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HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1896.
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'TWAS A GREAT YEDDING
a, c o. vit.jn:tt a?iu nnv i:. at.
a. aiuixnox i,Niri;i.
IiiilMtkliifr UrrvNiiiii.v In tin) Clmrcli
klitlltnul Kecoivllnii nt"i:ik
bunk" 11m lieiil.
Thero wna nn immonao con
courao iu and ubout St. Amlrow's
Cntheilral last night, to witneta
ilio Holmnniution o the marringo
o Mr. Sumusl Gardnur Wiloer
and Slitsq Ethel JMury Alutnti 'At
kinson. Every pew iu tho church
wnB filled, and tho pathways lead
ing totlio doors were lined with
Tho interior of tho church was
decorated in lovely stylo with
flowers, ferns, vines, etc. Deep
banks of greenery studded with
ilowcrs covered tho desks of tho
front pews reserved for tho rela
tives of tho couplo. Largo can
dolabra in tho chancel added to
tho brilliancy of tho eoeue.
The ushers woro A. St. M.
Mackintosh, Major Potter, Walter
I Dillingham, Hobert Atkinson
and Marshal A. M. Brown. They
were, well up to thoir duties, con
ducting guests and othor specta
tors to seats with courtly grace
and precision. Tho aisles -were
fenced with whito satin ribbon
from end to end. Presidont and
Mrs. Dole, Hon. Godfrey Rhodes
and -wifo, Col. W. F. Allen and
wife and Itov. 1). P. Birnio and
wife were among many prominent
people noticed in tho church.
Por half an hour or so prior to
tho ceremony a program of music
was played by Wray Tiiyjor,
organist. At a quarter to eight tho
entrance of Mrs. Wilder, ldbther
oE tho groom, and Mrs. Atkinson,
mother of tho bride, mado overy
eyo alert for tho arrival of the
Tho bridegroom was conducted
to tho front by II. M. Whitney,
Jr., best man. In a few minutes
tho bridal party entered, tho brido
loaning on tho arm of hor fathor,
Alatau T. Atkinson, preceded by
Mies Zoo Atkinson, maid of hon
or, and Misses May Atkinson and
Nollio Kitchen, bridesmaids. Tho
bride's dress was of white
(luchessc satin, with corsage trim
mod with Brussels roso point,
full elbow sleeves and opaulettos,
court train and tullo veil fustened
with a diamond crescent, this or
nament boing tho gift of Mrs.
Wilder. Miss Atkinson woro a
dress of on do Nil satin, covered
with confection of tho samo slmdo
and silk chiffon fichu ornaments
of Siberian aqua marines. Her
bouquet was of lilies of the valley.
Miss Nollio Kitchen was attired
in cameo pink sutin covered with
confection to match and Bilk chiff
on fichu. Sho carried a bouquet
of pink roses to match her dress.
Miss Mary Atkinson woro sky-
blue satin with over dross of
confection to match and silk
As the procession came up tho
main aislo tho choir of tho Second
Congregation, of which tho brido
is a mombor, sang "How welcome
was tho call." Rev. Alex. Mack
intosh celebrated tho Anglican
mairiago service with oven more
than his usual impressivoness on
such occasions. Thero seemed to
boa touo of deep porsoual friend
ship for the parties to tho contract
in his voico. Soft music was
played on tho organ while tho
tatoful formula was being uttored
by tho celobrant and tho parties
to tho holy compact. While tho
couple was being led to tho altar
for tho final blesoiug, tho choir
sang tho hundred and twenty
eighth psalm to a doublo chant.
The procession to tho voslry for
tho signing of tho registry was
greeted with tho ohoral rondoring
of tho hymn, "Tho voico that
breathed o'or Edon." Ab tho par
ty roturnod and marched down
tho aislo to dopart Meudolssohn's
wedding march was' played on tho
After tho marriago thoro was a
genoral flight of guests to "Esk
bank," tho groom's parental
abode on Judrt ifroet, where a
splendid rocoplion was held.
Tho front of tho building
ou tho two stories was
n magnificent picturo of color and
light. Along both sides of the
driveway lines of Japaueso lan
terns lighted with incandescent
electric lamps mado an avenuo of
chromatic glory. Tho band sta
tion on tho lawn was under the
glare of an arc lamp. Hawai.an,
American, British and othor flags
wore draped ovorhendr uud at the
huh'3 ou tin' wido front vcri'nl.i,
and formed nrphs in graceful
festoons over "the too of the stuiis
and the front door. Within tho
elegant mansion, almost entirely
thrown open for tho festivities,
had rare decorations in ovory
apartment tho guests oulored.
Tho front parlor whoro tho young
aud handsome couplo recoivod tho
folicitations of tho (juostB was
transformed into a vontablo gar
don of tropical groon and bloom.
Thoro was o reception pavilion ot
mailo vinesjhuug with maiden hair
ferns, within which tho happily
matod pair stood. Fronds of
palms, clusters of Ohiuese bam
boo, bunches of asparagus, of um
brella grass and of royal ferns
Hanked tho doorways and filled iu
tho corners. Tho hallway was fair
and fragrant with an indoscriba
blo wealth of folingo and flowers,
while tho banisters of tho main
stairway were entwined with the
During tho reception tho Gov
ernment baud played select airs
on tho lawn, and oftorward tho
string musicians outtred tho
houso and furnished timo and
harmony for tho tripping of tho
light fantastic toe. Delicious re
freshments, including an unli
mited supply of peerless chicken
salad, woro served from the very
beginning of the reception to tho
end of tho outortaiuinont. Tho
caterer was Mrs. D'Arcy, hostess
of tho Club Hotel, who guvo per
sonal supervision to tho cxcollont
An upper chamber was almost
fiacked, only walking space being
oft between tho articles, with
costly presents of household
utility as woll as ornament.
Among a number of fino
paintings in tho list wero two oils
by D. Howard Hitchcock, tho Ha
waiian nrtiBt. Ono represented
tho Pacific Tennis Club's court,
with a corner of tho capitol
grounds and the turrets of tho re
sidence opposite, rising abovo tho
foliage, showing out beautifully.
By tho way it is whispered that
on this court Cupid shot tho dart
that led to tho happy
denouement horoin described.
Tho othor painting is a fine repre
sentation of Manoa valloy, in
which tho soft colors of tho moun
tain sides are admirably por
trayed. " Everybody is here," was tho
answer to tho chronicler when ho
sought tho two invitation lists,
with a request to have tho names
of tho multitudo who attended tho
recoption checked off. And tho
answer was not far from correct.
President aud Mrs. Dole, Chief
Jubuco and Mrs. .lucid, Minister
King, Justice and Mrs. Frour, Mr.
and Mrs.AV. G. Irwin, many mem
bers of tho diplomatic and consu
lar corps, professional business
men, with their wives, sisters and
daughters, and the budding man
hood of tho community's gayest
circles, mado up tho company that
thronged tho hospitable mansion.
Tho bridegroom is a son of tho
lato Hon. b. G. Wilder, whoso
career as a business man and
Minister of Interior formB an im
portant part of tho history of this
country. Ho is secretary of tho
S. G. Wilder estate, and an oflicor
in different corporations connect
ed therewith. As a gontloman
and a Bolid young man of af
fairs ho is hold in tho highest
estimation by tho commuiity.
Tho bride baB boon, up to tho
oloso of last Bohool term, for some
years one of tho most valued
toaohors in tho city public schools.
Continued on Jflh Payc,
FIRST LADY IN THE LAND
a CAr.troiiMA tJiitr. may mo
ve:vi m us. c.:vr:i,ANi.
H'.ip I. tin- riHiiKlitrr nrii,l Hi-Kin.
Uj, formerly A merle. m C.umtil In
If William MoKinley is olect
od President of the United States
next November, it is more than
likely thot tho successor of Mis.
Cii'VMi.u.l, as mistress of tho
I White Houso at Washington, may
bo a California girl. Mrs. Mc
Kinley, who is physically unable
to prosido over tho multiplicity of
Whito Houso affairs herself, may
elect her husband's oldest and
favorite niece, who is nlso her
namesake, to act in hor stead.
This young woman, who has
visited the family of Ohio's chief
executive several tiun-h, was born
and raised aud educated in San
Francisco. Sho is cultured and
fond of society and not unused to
officialdom, for her father was
American Consul to Hawaii, and
lator Hawaiian Consul-General
ot tho Pacific Const.
This nativo daughter of Cali
fornia, who is so closely allied
with tho man who hopuB to bo
Presidont, is Mrs. George E.
Morse of 1530 Grovo street. Her
fathor was tho lato David Mclvin
ley, tho oldost brother of the
apostlo of high tariff, aud hor
husband is Georgo E. Morso of
tho Western Sugar Refining Com
pany. It was in 1852 that David Mc
Kinloy and his younger brother
James came to California. For a
timo thoy woro in Placer ville and
then engaged in tho coal business
in San Francisco. Thoy woro
located at the corner of Geary and
Mason streets and their business
prospered until an injudiciously
largo number of siguatures on
othor poople'sbonds drovo them
through bankruptcy. Then David
McKinley wont to Arizona and
for a timo afterward was in tho
coal business iu Oakland. Ho
was a presidential olector for
Hayes, who afterward mado him
Consul to tho Hawaiian islands.
When Jio was removed by Clovo
landKiugKalakaua appointed him
Consul-Ganoial from Hawaii for
tho Pacific Coast. Thin nrmitinn
he hold from 18S5 until his sud
den death at tho Palaco Hotel in
David McKinley wont East to
marry, and his wifo was u Penn
sylvania girl. Thoy roturnod to
California, where their children
wero born, Ida, tho oldest daugh
ter and second child, being born
in an old houso near tho corner of
Geary and Leavouworth streets,
ono of u block of houses owned at
that timo by David McKinley aud
Tho little girl was named after
William McKinley'a fiancee, to
whom ho was married a fow
months later. Hor middle name,
Helen, was a remembrance of ono
of Mr. McKiuloy'a sisters. Willi
am McKinley was embarrassed
ami pleased when ho hoard ot tho
christening of his oldest nieco;
embarrassed whon ho told his
sweetheart about it, aud pleased
that thoy should havo called tho
baby after tho girl ho was soon to
make his wife, and ho has always
been specially fond of hor for this
roasou. All tho other children of
David MoKiuley, as well as his
wifo, are dead.
Mrs. Morse, on whom tho man
tle of tho President's wifo is like
ly topfull, is a very pretty woman.
Sho is 25 years old, has boou mar
ried four years and has a little
daughter, Marjorio McKiuloy
Morso, who is tho only groat
grand-child "Grandma" McKinley
has. Mrs. Morso is a blonde with
bluooyos and abundant lightbrowii
hair. Sho has tho McKinley fea
tures, minus tho sternness. Sho
Bmilos a groat deal and hor smilo
is vory charming. Sho is of me
dium hoight, plump, with pleas
ing manners and lots of porsoual
magnotiBin. Sho is genuiiioly
Californian, too, with an enthusi
asm that is freih and delightful,
and a fino soprano voico, well cultivated.
TILI.Ii: MAIlllltCK IHtSEIirUIIX.
Mnko Lola of Trnuuln fur the Pulltn
Threo desertors from tho Tillio
Starbuck havo boon confined iu
tho police Btation for bouio days
past awaiting the departure of
their vessol, which was to sail at 2
o'clock this afternoon. About an
hour before tho departure of the
vessel tho jailor at tho police sta
tion Btarted to handcuff thorn pre
vious to sending thorn on board.
Two of them objected to tho pro
cess and tho sorvicos of a couple
of burly native ollicors had to bo
callod in boforo tho job was finally
After boing formally turned
ovor to Captain Harry Evans,
who was to escort them
to the ship, thoy started
aloug Merchant streot. Thoy had
no soonor got as far ns Bruco
Cartwright's ollico when ono of
them, named O'Noil, mado
a break from tho oflicor and tried
to smash a window with his hand
cuffs. Officer Evans was too quick
for him, howover, and aftor a
short struggle effectually quioted
his man. O'Noil said ho hoped
by breaking a window to bo Bout
back to jail and thus escapo the
voyago round to Now York.
Captain Evans says ho has had
ii heap of trouble with tho Tillio
Starbuck's men and ho is vory
glad to sec tho last of tho vessol.
disci i'i.i.vj: at whst ioi.r.
Ouptulii ol CmlflH lleilnceil to tliu
tiiiiliH for riirlilliii:.
A West Point dispatch of July
10 says: Cadet Piorco Murphy of
tho State of Washington is the
first cadot at tho United States
military acadoniy in many years
to bo punished for fighting. Ca
det Murphy had a ton - round
fight with Edwin G. Davis of Ida
ho, a "plebe," Woduosday after
noon. Tho battle wus fought in Dialo
tie Hall in tho presence of several
cadets. Davis was knocked out iu
tho tenth round, aud is now in
tho cadet hospital as tho result of
his injuries. Murphy is a mom
bor of a first-class family and
until aftor tho battlo was captain
of Cadot Company B. Ho fought
Davis because tho latter rof used to
obey the command of somo cadot
to "stand at attention," until per
mission was given to him to
change his position.
Colonel Ernst, suporintondont
of tho military academy, said to
night: "I havo today revoked tho
appohitniont of Cadot Murphy as
captuinof Company B, nud ord
ered him reduced to tho rauks.
No appointment has yet been
mado m his place."
Thoro was nothing unmanly
about tho affair on tho part of
Murphy, as Davis is twolve
pounds heavior than ho. It was a
Bquaro stand-up fight between
I'nllce. Court IIoiiin.
Thoro was vory littlo business
iu tho District Court this morn
ing, tho session only lasting a fow
Kumakii, arrested for non pay
ment of porsoual taxes, paid up in
full and 82 extra for costs and was
allowed to go.
Tho case of M. Mondouca,
charged with battering Maria
Mondouca, was set for trial on
M. KaramatBU, accused of as
saulting and battoring Maki Iwa
ta, a Jnpaneso femalo, pleaded
not guilty and had his trial sot
for tho 25th.
Tho case of Kamaukoli, accused
of soiling Bpirituous liquors with
out a license, which first enmo up
on July (ith and has boon con
tinued from timo to time since,
was again postponed, owing to tho
illness of tho principal witness
for the prosecution.
THE SPREAD OF LEPROSY
irs i.ih:asi: ix kuhuim:
MIUUOI! or A I, AIUI.
Penreil Tlntt It May Heroine ni Com
mon nt In tlic.lllilillo Ace Iso
lillon Hie Only llniirily.
A Fronch nowspnpor gives some
curious information regarding tho
leprosy, a disease which 'it is gen
erally thought has almost disap
peared from civili.e.l countries
and only exists iu the Hawaiian
islands and in semi-barbarous ro
gioiiB, like cortnin localities iu
India and China. Not only, it
appears, is tho malady in ques
tion not disappearing, but it is
everywhere so gonoral that emi
nent specialists in Paris seom to
fear that it may again become as
common as in certain parts of
Europo during tho Middle Ages.
It sooms that Paris nuinbors
amoug its population at least 150
lopors, who aro under no restraint
whatever. Of these thoro are
twelvo in tt sin.'-'lu linsnilnl in.
di8criminafely mingled with tho
othor patients or employed in
tho hospital sorvico. Physicians
aro divided aB ro3pccta tho
contagious.uuturo of tho disoase,
aud as no caso of infection Iiob
occurred, tho lepers havo not been
isolated, though a part of tho
medical staff havo desired it. Tho
loprosy oxists olsewhoro in France,
notably in tho south in tho neigh
borhood of Nico and Marseilles.
Not a Binglo country in Europo
is froo from it. It is found in
Spain and Portugal. In Italy tho
cases aro bo numerous that a hos
pital for lepers Iuvs boon estab
lished atSan Romo. on tho Rivi
era. It is oxtroini'ly common in
Turkey and in most of tho Greok
islands, whero its increase is
alarming. In Creto alono thoro
aro 500 lepers. Norway, howovor,
sooms tho most seriously alllicted,
thoro being 800 lepers among its
robust population. Ab tho
pationta aro isolated it
is thought that tho ovil
has reached its maximum. In
Swoden tho malady appears to
bo spreading, and thoro is groat
alarm, thero having boon 402 now
cases during tho past year. In
Asia tho countries iufectod arc
Hindoostan, Farther India, nnd
especially China and Japan. Tho
lopors of Hindoostan alono nro
estimated at 100,000; statistics aro
wanting for tho other countries.
Tho Western Continent has its
share of tho torriblo scourge,
which oxists in several of tho
West India islands, in Mexico, in
Guiana, Venezuela, Brazil and
Paraguay, according to statistics
collected by tho Paris physicians,
who fear that tho great number of
lopors who cauio to Franco from
all parts of tho world to bo cured
will bring back tho state of things
that oxistod somo 400 or 500 years
ngo, when tho Department of
Brittany was oiio vast hospital for
lepers. Tho ouly remedy for
tho ovil is the isolation of tho
pationts, which, if it can do no
good, can certainly do no harm.
As for tho microbo of tho leprosy,
it remains to bo discovered. S.F.
At i:iiiimi Si(iiuro.
The Hawaiian band will play
at Emma Square this evening,
commencing at 7:30, with tho fol
Overture "Beinlrainlde" Hocslnl
I'm Alirno "Ben Holt" Hrtulo
Selection "Rna of Castillo" Halfc
Hone Ao Nel. Holo Walinea. Auta Oc.
Fantasia "A limit In tlie Witck Foret,"
Waltz 'Loin du Mil' (llllet
Fantaita "AwukentnoftUe Llon"..Koiukl
March "Minstrel No. a" Beigcr
J. W. Borgstrom is nont for
tho colobrated Kroeger pianos, of
Now York. Ho builds organs.
Second-hand piauos taken as part
paymout. Pianos sold on instal
ments. Tuning aud ropairiug.
P.O. Box 387. Tolo.817.
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