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EVENING BULLETIN DECEMBER 9, 1890.
E. W. JORDAN'S
. 10 Store,
. , v GLOVES . . .
Kid Gloves, White, Cream and
-:- Tan -:-
Evoning Gloves. 8 to 1G Button Longth.
Blnck Gloves with whito stitching.
Colored Gloves with colorod Btitoliiug.
Real Boindoer and Kiinbcrly Driving Glovos.
HANDKERCHIEFS . . .
Tho lnrgost assortment of Ladies' Whito Linen Em
Tho largest and best assortment wo havo evor shown.
LAGES . . . .
"White and Butter Valonoioniios Laces with insertions to
Heal Maltese Laco with insertions to match.
filL BjQQK Of
f. D. Gosifsl
-:- MULLS -:-
Whito, Colored and Cream Mulls. Something Now 1
w i ,m 'ill 1 1 '
Plain and Figured nil Colors.
EST" A lull nssorlnii ut ff Stumped Goods for oinbrod-
THE ROMANCE OF CHOLLY.
One Day It Came to a Strange, Sutl End
Cholly Addlcpato had boon In lovo
with Ohlara i'irouctti, tho musio hall
queen, for two weeks. Ho had sent hor
flowers, diamonds, lovor's notes and tho
rest, and nt last camo tho happy hour
when sho received hhn in hor luxurious
As ho bohold her in her pink evening
dress alio lookod even moro girlish and
lovely than on tho stage, and boforo a
half hour had passod Cholly was pour
ing out his lovo with an eloquence that
surprised oven hlinsolf.
"I weally ah lovo yon by Jovo,
I dol" he cried. "I'vo got lots of cash,
and iny family's all right. Tha guv'
nor's banker, you know, nnd my
mothor was n Uoffeustoin, and"
"What I" oxclaimcd Ohlara, trem
bling with oxoltemont. "A Hoffonstoiul
Ilcr Christian namo? Toll mo. Quick 1
"Hor namo wai Caroliuo," ropliod
Cholly, groatly surprised.
"Caroliuo Hoffonstoiul" shrioked
Chiara, now as palo as doath. "Caro
liuo Uoffeustoin your mothorl Let mo
look nt you."
alio scanned the young man's ioatures
for n full niinuto without paying a
word. Then, with a ory of snpromo joy,
she threw her arms around his nock and
diow him to her brenst.
'My dear, dear Charles," sho said.
"I cannot bo mistaken. You havo her
eyes, her hair, hor nose. Prom tho way
you spoko of her I know, alas, sho has
gono from thin world, but I havo yon,
Oharllo, anyhow, havon't I, doar?" -
"Seems fo," said tho bewildorcd
"Oh, you do not understand, of
course," interrupted Chiara. "I was so
overjoyod at discovering who you nro
that I took you to my heart before ex
plaining that Caroline Hoffcnstoin wni
my daughter, tho child that was taken
away from mo when I was divorced
from your grandfather. I novor hoard
hor namo again till you mentioned it
tonight. I missed her dreadfully for
years, but now yon will make up for
her loss, won't you, dear boy? You will
lovo your grandmother just a littlo!
Say you will, dear."
But Cholly had swooned nway. Now
York Evening Journal.
Couldn't llcljove It.
"I think your daughter intends to
Tho old mon looked at tho noighbor
who was always interfering in matters
that did not concern him and Ehook his
"I can hardly bolicvo it," ho said.
"I havo ovory reason to bollevo"
"But that won't do," interrupted tho
old man. "you forget that this is a so
rious matter thot ought not to bo allow
od to rest upon hearsay evidence When
ono man comes to another and tolls him
that his daughter is about to forsako
tho parental roof under cover of tho
night, ho should bo absolutely suro of
what ho says. Havo yon incoutrovortl
bio ovidonco that what you say is truo?"
"Well, no, I can't say that I havo,"
replied thoolllcloua neighbor, beginning
to feel that porhaps ho hud gouo too far.
"Just as I feared," roturuod tho old
man. "Thii is tho third timo I'vo had
my hopefi needlessly raided by reports of
this Mrt, and it is giowiug monoto
nous." Ohic.igo Tost.
Ex Barkentine Castle
IISOO :FLOl5LtgrOSl Of-
Furniture! -:- Furniture!
Ordway & Porter.
Largest Shipment Ever Brought to Honolulu.
FINEST FINISH !
BEST QUilLITY I
A luge nd vniiod stock f European und Japanese
Bngf. Stair and Gani. go Carpels. All sizes and
HAS TOYS . . .
Rocking horse, swinging horses, police patrol wagons,
;ig rockers, uuxtors, suoo ny veiuoipouea, pwu bihw,
oil carrinROs.wagons.whcolbarrows, stick horse chimes,
or.iquet sots nil sizes, swings, airguns, school drill
guns, ningio lanterns, a complete assortment of games,
ineohunicil toys, Christinas tree, ornaments of all kinds,
cossaquos and bon-bons,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Small toys of every kind.
LEATHER GOODS . . .
Ladies' purses, storling silver mounts, ladies Morocco
nnd calf handkorohiof bags, ladies' lambskin and felt
E. W. JORDAN'S
No. 10 Store,
Ko Ijicl: of Kiht Mutcrlal.
"Fawther," said Dickey, Boizing tho
guinea hen firmly by tho bill and hold
ing hor head down on tho block,
"what'H tho leason I'vo always got to
do tills when you cut off guinea's
"BeoaiiBO n fowl of this kind always
humps her neck up eo it'd haid to got nt
it with tho hatchet."
"But supposoyou nuulo n mislickand
chopped off n lot of my fingers?"
Mr. MeCorkle, father of 14 children,
mostly boy, looked fitullynt hitiyouug
est. "In that rase, Dickey," ho naid, "I
should simply call nuother boy and try
it again. " Chicago Tribune.
Sinking u l'njmcut.
renniman Do I owe you anything,
Stocks Yes, bir. You owe mo $10
and an apology for not having paid it
- Ponuimnn Ah, well, in these times
a man has to be cautious iu making
paymonts, eo I'll just pay you tho apol
ogy and let tho rout stand. Boston
"Doos your wifo tako any interest in
current politics?" nsked tho earnest
"Naw," roplicd Mr. Sodfann, "sho
dnn't. But if it's currant jell or our
rant pie, why, I allow sho could toll
you moro tilings about 'cm 'n over you
itemp of. "Cincinnati Kuquirer.
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days. . .
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Hotel and Bethel Streets.
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