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WAS CHINA'S REAL RULER
noWAGKIt EMPnFAS ' TUB
VI.OWKUV KIXOIMKU KXl'IlltH.
.Hold Into nominee by Her Martini;
l'i.ronli, Sim lto to tlic lm--
Peking, Juno 21. The Dow
ager Empress of China, Tsi Tlisi,
tho adopted mother of the present
Emporor, died on Friday. Sho
was born in 1834.
ThoDowagor Empress of China,
who for years past has been tho
prncticul rulor of China, was
originally but a slavo. Sho was
tho daughter of a poor family
living on tho outskirts of Canton,
China. "Whoii she was about 15
years old tho groat Ming rebellion
during the timo of Emperor Iloin
Fung was at its height, and tho
rich were becoming wealthier and
tho poor being dragged down to
doopor distress and poverty.
Finally, when the family of tho
future Empress was on tho point
of starvation, it was decided to
Accordingly tho girl, Lin Ying
by name, was taken to Canton
and sold into tho richest family in
that city. Tho head of tho groat
household was tho Taitar Tidoo
General, who commanded tho
troop3 of tho province and who
was distantly related to tho Em
peror, Hein Fung.
Tho wife of tho Tidoo was de
' lighted with tho new addition to
hur household, and so pleased was
he with Lin Ying's appearance
and gontlo maimers that sho at
onco appointed her as favorite
maid, whoso only duty consisted
in serving tea in tiny cups and
bowls on trays worked with inge
nious designs in gold.
Liu Ying an as soon adopted by
tho General as a daughter. Sho
was placed under a tutor engaged
especially for hor and, although
much was expected on account of
her exceptional intelligence, her
rapid progress astonished every
member of tho family.
In tho fall of 1851 tho General
was highly honored by the Em
poror for his services in suppress
ing tho rebellion, and it was de
cided that Lin Ying should bo
inado a present to tho Emperor
upon receiving his new titles, for
no officer over receives honors at
tho hands of the Emporor without
presenting in turn somo rare gift.
Hein Fung was not merely charm
ed with his now brido; ho seemed
fascinated by her glowing eyes,
which sent messages of love from
beneath the silken cauopy of
sweeping fringe, her gentle man
ner and hor noble bearing, and
ero a mouth had sped she was
honored by tho title Quo Fay (ex
Tho imperial palace owoko one
morniug three years later, eaily
in 1851, and rejoiced at tho news
that spread even in tho courtyards
where tho gardeners were at work.
To tho heavenly Prince a child
had been born. It was his first
son, and Quo Fay was tho mother.
Ho was christened Thsi Ohuen,
and to his mother was given tho
titlo Tsi Thai, which conferred
upon hor tho rank of Empress,
second to that of Tsi An, the prin-
oipal and titular Empress.
In 18G1 the Emperor died, pro
claiming on his deathbed his son
Thai Chuen, as heir to tho throne.
Tho Dowager Empress, overturn
ing tho IJoard of llogonts, to
which tho Emporor had tempora
rily given control, with her son of
7 years virtually in her arms, as
cended tho throno, claiming for
him tho title of Tung Che, ltuler
of tho Celedtnil Kingdom. She at
onco placed herself at the holm of
tho ship of state and succeeded in
crushing out iho rebellion. Until
Tung Oheo attained his eighteenth
year tho joint regency of tho two
widows and Prince Kung con
tinued harmoniously und un
broken. Then, in 1873, came tho
crowning glory to Tsi Thai, when
hor bon ascended tho throne and
became in truth the Emperor of
tho kingdom. The temporary
withdrawal was ot short duration,
Tiln(Terlnr with Throat, T,uns or Waning Dlwawa
ftouiacli Catarrh, Scrofula, AHhma, or Nerwms Dcbll.
Ir, etc (ilvcn n nmlo Ijotflu of Hit. GOll.
JirN'S CIIOCOIjATh KMULHION for trial. Call al
rtnreof IloiMaTrii Drug Co .Honolulu, II. I. "it la
purautceJ o 1'alataUe aa Allllt or lioaoy.
30 Days Only
Wall, Nichols Go.
RiS?" Wo must make room for
NEW STOCK to arrivo.
BS3 When wo do a thing it's
suro to bo DONE WELL and
that's tho caso with OUll
OLEAEIIB UP SALE
PRICES THAT TALK:
W. & Ditson's Tounis Palls,
cut from S5.50 to $4.15 doz.
Spalding's Tenuis Palls, cut
from 85.00 to S3.90 doz.
Spalding's Official Leaguo Palls,
cut from $1 50 to 1.30 each.
Framed Pictures, choice sub
jects, cut from S2.10 to $1.00 each.
750 Poxes Extra Cream Wovo
Not6 Paper, cut from .50c to .25c
1000 White Envelopes, size G,
cut from $1.35 to $1.00 each.
This is No Fako Salo but a
Genuino Cut Prico Salo
B3t,Take Advantage Of lt)
30 DAYS ONLY
Wall Nichols Co
Clearance Sale !
ComniBncing Wednesday, July Jsl,
srKou . 2 WEEKS ONLY
To make room (or Now Gooda, all of my
Stock of Merchandise BELOW COST.
GENTLEMEN'S Suits. Shirts, Hats, 8Uoc,
NccMIca, "Untlcm cur, etc., at bar(,rnlus.
LADIES' Mutlln, Linen, Grass Clotli, 811k,
lliits, Slioca, Underwear, etc., in j;r.at
variety at prices that will astonish you.
CIULDUKNS' Complete Stilts, etc., almost
53T" Corao early and get 3 our choice.
KW0NG SING L0Y,
407-0 King St., near Castle & Cooke.
Notice of Copartnership.
Tho undersigned, oaoh residing in Hono
lulu, in tho Island of OaUu, of tho Repub
lic of Hawaii, hae formed a copartnership
with eaoh other in the business of buying
and Belling genorul inerchandisj nnd ns
commission merchants in, said Honolulu,
under tho firm uanio or btylo of ,TT Wutor
houso, being tho business heretofore car
ned on by J T Wntcrhouse, first, and his
successor, J T Waterhouse. second.
Dated Honolulu, Ju y 1, 180(1.
riiKiiHttric T 1 YVatlruoumI',
KllNESr Co.ni-.ton W'ATfciuiousr,
Geouoe 8 Watfkiiocse.
3 IS lm
I huvo made over all tho stnoU nud mer
chandise in tho business carried on by the
loto J. r. Waterhouse, and ulso tho good
will nnd nil ontstuudiug uccnunts thereof,
to my boiis, F. T. V , K C, John and G.S.
Wntcrhouse, who henceforth cairy ou said
business nnd' assume uli liabilities fioiu
July iBt. 1800.
nuzAHEiii HouitNB wvrnit-
riOUsli, Holo Liyiteo under the will (if
Jotin x. wutorlioiiho. 3-1.1 lm
the wnoLr. on paut or Tins
Upper Tloor over Tracy's. 314-lw
HrtV'K H .TAN m
81 2Zia.Gr Street.
Q. J. WALLxn
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
Naw Contractor s.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metoponi&n HB&i do.
The Very Kiuesfc
Bfnigeilated .-. Mea
Tender- .-! aaaaBs-
Como nud see our
NEW 0HI0A30 BBPBISBBATOBS.
Wesfbrook & Gares,
Tolephono - - - - 104.
JnsEph TinkBr, - - Prop,
Beof, T?7?JSb Mutton,
Of the Finest Vniietiei.
Milkers ortlio Celebrated Pork Sausage
Nuunnu streot, opp. Chaplain lane.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Borctonia 6ts.
L. H. Dee & Co.
Now Consignment of
Hay, Grain and Feed
Ver R. Q. Wdder. A Inrce coiibicnmcut
expected by ship titarbuck from Portland.
Flna Family Flour, Hoped Baled Hay,
Also, 2 Surreys and 1 Phaeton.
For tho Equine- Table in tho
way of nil IciiulB First Glass
HAY, GRAIN 0 PEED
Are on salo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED OOffi'Y
51 Fort St. Tol. 422.
of Groceries are moro palataulo as well
as healthier than the other kind.
V0ELLER & CO.
(Warln-t Block, llcretaula Street).
lluntllo nothing but the best. Liuhy fc
McNeill's Canned Meats. King-Morse
Table Fruits, Olilrardelll's Chocolate,
Milkmaid Draud M11U, Paragon l'uro Lard
BJS" Telephone G80 "a
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash. -:- Gfrocers
NOW OPEN .
Fart StrBBt & Chaplain Lane.
H- Wi k CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries,
98 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telephones 22 P.O. Box d70
WAIl!!JO BLOCK, - - - JIEKBTANIA ST.
Plumbine: ond Gas-
Sanitary Work a Specialty
lOBF" JohbinR promptly ntlcndod to.
Telophono 7J55. 285-tt
Importers nnd Dealors in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
130 tf King Street. J
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My S10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with bof.1
quality, No. 10 zinc, G in. I'ipo, Chain and
ring, with wood liin all complete. Othei
dealers aro dumfonndod, nud resort to all
manner of Tricks nnd Excuaoh.
Bo not deceived, theso Bath' Tubs have
been Bold for $14 until I roduced tho price.
I am prepared to do all work in my line
nnd guarantee satisfaction! Estimates fur
nishod. If yon want ft good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Tolephono 844, and I am your
Tinsmith & Plnnihei
For Family Use I
Just Received, ox "O. C. Funk," n cargo of
Wellington, Depakote Bai,doBl
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs", to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
HUSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at tho very lowest market
rates. Tolphone No. 414.
Is prepared to furnish
To order for 1800.
In Quantities to Suit.
fJtT Orders solicited for n future do
A. F COOKE, Manager.
At WAIKIK1 ou enr lino nnd on PA
LAMA KOAD near Fertilizing
These Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirnblo Acre Tracts uenr tho city nnd
othor Properties for sale. .
BRUCE, WARING- fc CO.,
Dealers in Lota nnd LiuhIh,
Fort Btieot, nenr Kiur.
Televuonk GOT. P. 0. Bos 321,
BO YOU LIKE COBBY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS GURRY
Curry Powder as mmlo by ub is prepared after tho OriginaL
Recipe from the Purest Ingredients.
ET TRY IT 03STO to
ETTERY i MAN i HIS i DWK i HDRSE I EDCTGR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE
HOBSSS, OATTIiB, SHSaP,
The marrelous hair ronicdy which provents
FOB SALE BY
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
13?" Neat pamphlet frco on application. P. O. Box VtO, Telephone "0.
is falling out, the use of Ml. .FOTTIE'Js ll till OIL. .My hair was ccmiug out at suoh.
a rato as led me to bolie o that I w ould soon become bald. After using tho oil for fivo wcok
this ceased entirely ; uono whatoer is now falling out. 1 consider it the host nnd only
worthy remedy for this trouble nnd also recommend it as a stimulant to new growth.
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ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. BT. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Bent
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Residence amlNight Tel. 815. 611
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H, HACKFELD & CO,
Eat BACON that was good as Turkey ? That's
tho kind we have. Also,
CHOICE HAMS, OREGON POTATOES,
Yellow Turnips, Smoked Beef,
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fresh Dates, Cereals,
And a General Assortment of Standard Goods at Lowest
CSi Tty Our Oyster Gem Crackers, Just the Thing for 8oup. -a
iiiu. aij ffn
-:- STOCK -:- KEM-EDIES
DQGS, SWIKS AHD FQULTEY
l.mijt, u, 1. Jfim.LJl.LiO.
KING STKEET, Tel. 179,
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