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Ono day ti boy camo running to liis fa
ther with a book "What docs this word
mean?" ho naked, for ho tailored that
his father know all tho world nud most
of tho things beyond. Tho parent ta
ilored that, too, and that is how tho I
child had como to inibibo tho idea. Tho ,
man looked and saw tho word "lore." i
"Do you know what that word means,
papa?" asked tho bey.
"Oh, yes," said tho father. And ho
began thinking. Ho thought for a long
timo, for thero wcro bo many things
loro is thnt ho hardly knew whero to be
gin defining And tho longer ho remain
ed silent tho harder it seemed to find n
beginning "It is dlflioult to answer,"
ho observed, and tho boy interrupted
"When wo find a difficult problem nt
school," ho mid, "wo go to tho rule.
What is tho rnlo about lovo?"
The father looked at him, but did not
answer lie thought. Then he gazed
anxiously about, mid out through tho
window ho haw a man passing.
"Ah," ho mid. "thero is Mr. Drown,
and 1 want to sco him. "
And ho hurried out to speak to the
Jiian, and tho boy never hoard what lovo
Is or what is its rule.
Ford, being qnito satisfied that tho
story was n ho from tho beginning nnd
that his search for tho wonderful lost
desert tribo would result in no benefit to
tho Smitliboniau institution, stoppid to
rest in tho t-hmlo of tho water wagon,
tho wheels of which wcio sunk 18 inch
es into tho roasting sand.
"Look out, " ho yelled to ono of tho
drivers, "or this Nevada ran will get
action on you and you will pop liko
cornl Lord, isn't it hotl" And ho looked
about nt the blistering whito and bluo
and cudgeled out of his memory certain
And when Rrlm spirits como to tlint cursM
. Ianl, '
To bo w huro wnnilvrcn fell,
They look In terror at tho burning sand
Ami lmrry back to hell
"And that's desert Nevada, nnd whero
wo nro driving nnd swearing nnd sweat
ing through it to find tho desert tribes
man, who is n lie,"
"Uy tho powers, it isn't nlio!" yelled
Craves, his m-sistunt "Look!"
"A Clnncho boy!" roared Ford. "And,
yo gods, n redheaded Chineso boy, nnd
on a camel, and in Nevada!"
Hong Foy was n dismal failure. Me
Goggm told him so d.nly lie could imt
tamp Soutlitrn Pacific ties half as well
as YoIIeavo, or whatever tho pockmark
ed Chinaman's namo was nnd Fon Keo
could almott carry a "(SO pound to tho
yard" rail liy hini'-olf, whilo Hong Foy,
being young and pale and calm, found
itdilllcult to lug even tho spikomnul or
tho pinch bar. Whcrcforo tho invest
ment of tho Southern Pacific Railroad
company in Hong Foy was denominated
by Miko McCiuggin, tho section foro
man, as n woird and wonderful failnro
only McGoggin used words of tho
samo import, but of different pronuncia
tion. Hong Tor, however, could cook,
and ho -.howed Slaggio .McGogpin how
to muko a soup out of potato sprouts
which McGoggin declared to bo tho tri
umphant work of tho dcviL Soup, by
the way, is a thing not to bo experi
mented on when tho section boa id in:;
bonso is at a place in Nad.i whero tho
water is lire ught 111 u tank fiom a sta
tion bO or 1U0 miles away MeUoggm
appreciated tho snip, ami because of it
refrained for two weeks from discharg
ing Hong Foy But on a batuiday night
ot tho mouth of June, in tho year 1881,
lie threw a bolt at Hong Foy, hit him
with crooked spiko and nniilo a ruu to
tho toolhoupo to get a wieneli to kill
him with. Ho had seen Mitggio when
she kissed tho young Chinaman in tho
In tho hIiiuIo of tho toolhouse, after
McGoggin hud retired, Hong Foy crept
liko a (log which had been whipped out
of its keimol but knowH not whero toga
Ho knew two lines of steel over which
Chinamen Inbored, whilo a redheaded
whito man sworo volubly ut them. Ho
knew a blno horizon, and tlicso things
were nil ho knew in that land except
ing tho sun Whero could ho go? As ho
leaned dejectedly against tho toolhouso
and thought of his lovo making, ho
wept, and weeping, Maggio found him.
Hong Foy had not dreamed of tho fu
ture, and had not expected tho coming of
tho girL Ho had expected to sloop in
tho toolhouso that night nud bo beaten
again in tho morning. But Maggio had
planned. Tho best part of hor plan was
that sho had brought a hugo bottle, and
it had water in it. "Wo will go that
wny, " sho said, pointing out into tho
it is not so bad to walk all night
through tho dchcrt if you uio suro you
nro going to havo shado in which to
rest iho nt t day But tho next day
came, nnd tw Maggio and Hong Foy
looked about them all they saw was
what a eouplti of nnts in a plusteier's
box ot limo hi a Far. far, far nwny,
round about and uear it was whiti
And it was o flat that they hociurd to
look up out of a liusin to u brim which
was whito and blue, and tho ulkah and
tho sky nestled socloso to each other imd
the sky an lied over us though It were
tho roof of tho plain in Mich wise that
Maggio thought they might as well
have lieeu imprisoned in the shell of a
monster egg milv it would havo to be
roolUiilTiTlni! with Throat, Lung or Valine IiaMk
Hoiuaili Ctrrh, Scrofula, AHIiino, or Mmnia lunl
If. (., will I pi n a wimple In 111" of Ml. I "I!
I'l . -. I'll .' I.ATI- IWIMM'N ( r trial ( ' ul
Hnle itt II hi in I r.r(x I i.JIowiIii , jl, I, ti I
KUi"itcil in 1'iOatabW at I'AX ut lionet.
Fort Street, opposite llncUfcld's.
Made and Merit Maintains the confldenco
of tho peoplo in Hood's Snrsnparllln. If n
medicine cures you when you ore slckj if
it cures your neighbors nnd your friends
when they nro ailing j if it makes wonder
ful cures of many diseases everywhere,
then beyond any question that mcdlclno
possesses merit. That is just tho truth
about Hood's Snrsoparllln. Prepared by
ncomblnntion, proportion nnd processun
known to other medicines, it has curatlvo
powers peculiar to itself. Wo know it
possesses great merit because it has
Cures, not onco or twlco or n hundred
times, but in thouennds and thousands
ot cases. Wo know it cures, absolutely,
permanently cures, when all others fail to
do any good whatever.
Hood's Sarsaparllln is known to possess
merit or tho power to euro disease; it is
known to be the best bulldlng-up mcdlclno
on earth ; it Is known to bo honestly adver
tised, nnd for these reasons tbo peoplo
buy and tako Hood's Sarsaparllln almost
to the exclusion of other preparations.
In fact, Merit Mado nnd Merit Maintains
tho confidence of tho peoplo in
liuJ IF I i i
HI iri jt
J A SUIT
A Now Lot of Xico Goods Just
Eocoivecl. Cleaning and lie
The Ono Truo lllooil Vurlflcr. All druggists. $1.
u i r--ii cllr0 1,cr "ls cas' t0
nOOCl S FlIlS take.easj to operate. 25.
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
' "- ir Jt .u i f
W 1nn ' I
r i 41111 1 1
Sitnnted on n Beautiful Hillside Overlook
ing tho Ocenu, nnd l.TOO feet
Only 21 honrV sail from Honolulu.
CliiiiMo mild, c'e.ir dry nttnospbere, frco
faun fogs nnd mnlniin, especial provision
for quiet nud rust ns well ns for minute
iiient and outdoor life.
Dlt. II. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii.
A Short Uistan from tbo Undue.
Tourists and otbei-s will find it to their
ndvnutnuo to visit tbo nlxno resort, ns
the) will meetvith ociy nccouiiiiudntion
that comfort reciuirtH
illtS. THOS. WllIOHT,
.12.'i tf Proprietrehs.
G. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner,
Can Furnish fha Best
Office, Foil street, opposite Catholic School.
Telephone 2:14, 412 nud J 00.
B53" Orders promptly nttoudod to.
IZT My Hnek does not tip in this man-
nor, no matter how weighty the loud.
Hack No. 14
W5T TELEPHONE 176J(
Stnmdi Cnthol nud K.ng strcots.
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Honolulu, II. I.
SuM.mu & Bncnr,r.Y, Mnn'g'ru
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent nnd Care
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Hnw'n Hotel Stables, 82.
Pantheon Stables, 8-1,
Fnshion Stables. 148.
BAGGAGE delivered nnd chock
ed to nny Stenmor. Furniture)
and Pianos carefully moved at
Satisfactitm Guar ant aad.
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Residence Tel. (543.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Men limit nud lEIclmnla Sts.
LIVERY AMD BOmKDING STABLES.
p7 Cnrrlntes, Surre mitl llncks at all
Louis. TlM.l'.PHONK 40(1.
J. M. DOVSETT .
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Assets, $0,220,213.09. liuomo, $7,0G0,1G3 03.
London 6- Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
'Branch), Liverpool, England. i
Assets, 2,700,670. Income, ?1,850,000.
Talatine Insurance Company, (U. S. ISranch), Manches
AhectH, SS.S.IO.GSO.cai lucerne, S:j,WMiM.00.
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BOARDING, -:- SAXE -:- AND -:- LIVERY.
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llEHLiN Drceclncr Hnnk.
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Nr.w Zi:ai,am)AM)Austiiai,ia llnnkof New
Victohia and Vancouveii Hank of Mont-
Transact a General Banilng and Eichaiige Bnslness
Term nnd Orilh.nrj I)epolts liecclved.
Lnnns inndu on Apprmed bccuiftj. Corn
tnorclnl nnd Tinxckr Cicdlt iHsticd. bills
if Kxclmnpo bought nud fold.
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Tho btst of nttodtlen iiivcn tn nnltnnls lift with ns. Cnrcfnl drhcrs, rcspectfn.
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1'. a. JONI.H.
e. a. Jo.vra
11AVE roil SALE
A Few Shnrcs of
Pain Siitfnr Stock,
Ilnwiiiiaii Sugar Co. Stock.'
flaxvailau Qovcriiiucnt and 1st
lHortgaKu Sugar Planta
t" For pnrtioulnra apply to
Tup.- Ir. DVies Qtf
Commission .. Agents I
"Ono of the diviiicst bemfitF thnt h'ns ever como to the
human race." Tliomas Carlylc.
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 Fort Street
BISHOP dC Co.
Transact a General Bankinj.
nnd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler'
Letters of Credit issued, aval'
able in all tho principal citie
of tho world.
Cigars . and
Wo import fiom the Princi
pal Factories of the World.
jjj 1 Fine Cigars a Specialty
HOLLISTER & CO.,
jomnr Fort nnd Morclmnt Sts.
"Wholusiilo nud Retail.
Bulletin, 75c. Per Month
2. ' .
c stw,- W'
MRS. L. A. BRENTNER.
Crazed witla Paim.
Mrs, Brentner Completely Prostrated
Every Month with Nervous
nny permanent relief until I ued Paine' s Celery
Compound which complete))' Clll'Cd lllC.
Heart-felt Praise forthe Htedicine
That Cured Her.
Thousands o women are toduy blessing
Paine' s Ccleiy Compound for the gteat good it
has done tlicin, and hcoich have written letters
similar to that of Mrs. L. A. Brentner.
San Jacinto, Cal.
Dear Sirs: I have suffered severely with
nervous sick headaches, with which I was
troubled every month. The pain was so severe
that it completely prostrated me and it
seemed to me that I should go crazy. I had
tried all kinds of remedies without obtaining
J. M. BUCHNER.
The Micine That
lakes People fell!
Why Miffrr longer with liver and stomach
tionlilei1 1 iu'1'' Lclwjy Con.po'und will make
you well. Read how it cured Mr. J. M.
Krtti.k Falls, Wash., Dec. g, 1S94.
Gentlemen : I have taken only two bottles
of Paine's Celery Compound for rheumatism,
and liver and stomach tinuhles, and will be
frank in saying that I am well pleated with the
results. I used one bottle and was so much
better that I abandoned its use for a
time, but my old stomach trouble made its ap
pearance again. I procured another bottle in
September and after using that I felt well.
HOLLISTER DRUG Co.
"Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
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