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Embroidered White Handkerchiefs, that soil 2 for 2f)c.
Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs, -10c. per dozen.
Ladies' Linen Honutitchcd Handkerchiefs at $l.7f, $2.00, $2.25, .$2.50 and 8.00 per dozen.
Gentlemen's Linon Homslitched Handkerchiefs at 82.75, $a.2fl, $4.00 and 5.00 per dozen.
Per German Bark "Marie Hackfeld" a New Lot of
English RllgS, in All Sizes and New Designs at' LOW Prices
Plain White Swisses.
3Gin. Eiderdown of cream, pink, blue and grey.
Corduroy in cream color suitable for Opera Capes.
Assorted Corduroy in black, navy blue and green.
DO YOU LIKE CUEEY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder as made by us is prepared after the Origina
Recipe from the Purest Ingredients.
ar TJRY IT ONO-ft "&
BEM, SMITH &
527 Fort Street,
Prime. Pat and Juicy.
Cold Storage Turkeys,
Freshly Killed Turkeys
C. W. MACFARLANE,
TELS., 326 and 192. 21 KAAHtFMANU SH.
Our 36 inch PEECALES are
Amos Ambit r wns n poor but fashion
aljlo youiiK man. Ills clothes wore mndo
tvlthout n wrlnl'lo by n fashionable tailor.
IIo woro n fashionable AIuhIcu diamond
pin, n mnsslvo J lated clmln.anil tho wrist
tuindsof hlsim imculnto shirt were secured
hy n pair of bionzo bIcovo buttotiH repro
pcntlDK n skill, nnd n pnlr of crossbonoa
mid bolnj? noarl r of tho slo of life. Ills
faco wuh fiilr. b it sorrowful In ItR cxproi-
lion, niiri not without mison for bin heart
tvns haunted wl'li tho melancholy rocolloc
tlons of (i lost U a.
Tho object of Ms supposed misplaced nf
frctlons was ft c tnln Miss Mlnorvn Mud
dlcton, who raided wltli hor Indulgent
paroutH In nn ilegitnt houso on Indiana
luonuo. Thoy had mot ntnohurch soclablo
during tho previous winter. Sho had in
ltnd him to call at hor houso. Ho hod no-
-coptutl tho Invitation, and an Intimacy had
nrlFon botween them that afforded him
many bright pronlsea of futuro happiness,
but, alas for h' n, nil human hope aro
aln, and tho brightest dreams of earthly
llfo aro but fleeting. Old Muddloton, as
Amos somotlims called hU prospeotlvo
fathor-ln-law, bad higher alms for Ills
(laughter. Whon tio saw how matter wens
going, ho suddenly, as ho subsequently m
marked to ono of his neighbors, "put Ills
foot down" and forbado Amos tho hospi
talities of his hoi so. Tho lovers wero there
foro separated. 1 heir interchanges of affec
tion wero interrupted for a season, but not
Immediately adjoining tho Muddleton
mansion was n largo boarding Iioiimv ono
of thoso vulgar Institutions that will thrust
itsolf into select and arlhtocratlo nclglinor-
hoods. At tills habitation Amos lnimedl-1
ntoly scoured nn apartment, from tho win-'
down of which lw could obtain iv frequent
gl!mp.so of tho fair Minerva as she lllttud
from room to room about hor father's
houso engaged in her various household
duties. Komct lines sho would appear nt
hor window, nnd they ungago In wiulnl con
vciso by means of arlous signs and sig
nals. Yet they itlll hoomnd ory far from
cadi other. lJeddos, thoy were- in con
Htnnt fear of bolug seen.
Ono day, whllo Amos was walking along
tho street rellocting upon his mcl.incholy
situation, Ills uttontlon was attracted by a
crowd who were closely pressing upon a
seedy looking individual who was engaged
In soiling a now and wonderful Invention,
which ho railed a "lovers' telegraph."
Near at hand stood a couplo of wen,
about UO feet apart, with a long string in
u stnto of tension between them, to each
endnf which was attached a tin cjllndor
about VA Inches in diameter, with a ploco
of bladder skin tightly drawn and fastened
ovor ono ond, tho other ond being opon,
tho ond of tho string being made fast by
means of n knot and tho string being
drawn through mnall hole puncture
In tho lontur of tho bladder s;ln, tho uso
of tho coiitrlvan io being to emit lo peit-ons
to converse In Jiw whthpers while ht.uid
Ing at n consldiirablo distance Irom oaeh
other, tho open end of tho cylinder being
held to tho ear of ono party wl.llo tho other
party whispered In tho open ond of tho oth
er cylinder tho words ho wished to niy, thu
sound being distinctly transmitted along
DHGUMMSn 23, IfUUJ.
still selling at
Anina saw at a glanco that tl'o Inven
tion was n practical ono. IIo bought ono
at onco and went houioward.
Upon tli i following cvonlng, when Ml
norva appeared nt tho window, ho exhibited
tho Invent! m to her anil explained its uso
by moans oT various signs and signals. It
was soon Jn active operation, and both
pronounced it n most wonderful meres.
Night nf t night was tho experiment
resumed; tn old story of their lovo was
told over a J ovor again, nnd thoy con
gratulated tliemsclvcs upon having out
witted tho rucl parent who had nought to
divldo tholr hearts forever.
liut Mlnorvn had a inischlovous brother,
who was net at all frloudly to Amos. Ono
evening ho discovered tholr moans of se
cret communication, nnd ho determined to
bring tholr Intercourse through that me
dium to a close.
Accordingly ono night when, unknown
to Amos, Minerva was absent from homo,
her brother substituted himself at her
window. It was too dark for Amos to
rccogulzo him; ho bad not tho remotest
thought but that it waH Minerva. After
sovcral lnolToctual efforts ho succccdod in
tossing ono ond of tho telegraph in nt
her window. Tho cylinder wus soUcd
with nvldlty, nnd tho following converta
tlon was carried on:
"Do you still lovo mo us truly us over?"
"Yes, of coureo. I hhall loo you al
ways." "How hard it is for us to bo so cruelly
separated! Oh, that I could look Into your
eyes and sec uy Imago reflected there f"
To his glad surprise, tho voico replied:
"I will meet you In tun minutes in tho
nlloy by tho barn. Father Is nway. No
body would t,uspect our meeting there."
"A strange plaeo," muttered Amos to
himself, "ilut pcrlrips sho Is right. No
ono would think of looking for us there.
Oh, If I was only lloli, wu would fly from
this spot former! Hut, no; It is impossi
ble. Wlmt a terrible thing It hi to bo
IIo put nn his hat nml lcawngtiio Ikiumi
walked around tho block In oidcr to iiMild
suspicion. Then ho entered tho mysterl
ons alley and groped his way silently along
until ho caum to tho plnco appointed for
Suddenly his feet beenmo entangled in a
cord that somebody had nt ret chid r.enm
his way, and ho fell to tho ground. Then,
from above, tho door of Muddletou's burn
was thrown oikjii and a tuli of cold water
was duahed upon him. As ho scrambled
to his feet n bucketful of ashes descended
upon his head, followed by loud shouts of
derisive lnuqhtor, nnd, choking with dust,
nigo and mortification, ho hurried from the
plato as fast as his feet could carry him
without waiting for any explanation,
Ho changed ills boarding plaeo on tho
following morning. Ho has not yet learn
ed tho manlier In which ho was deceived,
lie yot believes Minerva ful.-o to hlni, and
they now wjot no more, while tho brother
thinks that ho will hardly bo able to keep
tho secret ti himself much longer. New
Wntor colors nnd Oil colors in
pnta Buitftblo for Xmiis presents.
King Bros., llotol Blrout.
10 Cents a
W. C. ACHI & CO., I
Brokers & Dealers
tT We w ill Ituy or Soil Heal Estate in
all pnrts of ilio group.
Itf Wo will Sell 1'iopoitics on Reason
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
Piiimui Tract !
S 1 50 OO
A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet
On the Instalment l'lnn and 10 Percent
Discount for Cam.
gjBT Apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or V. C. ACHI, Heal Ebtato llroker.
September 21, 18110. 412-U
At WAIKIK1 ou car lino nad on PA
LAMA UOAD near Fertilizing
The3o Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Dotrirnblo Aero Tracts near tho city and
other PinperltcH for sulo.
imUOK, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in lxta and Lands,
:112 Fort Street, nenr King.
Tai.RrnoNK bllV P. O. Box 82L
For Sale or To Let.
Throe Ilouses near I'uuahou Colbge,
contuiniiin from Koven to uino rooms, lmth
room, lmll'i, closets, oto. Now, modern
and conenient Good view, healthy looa
lity. Apply t)
J. A. 11UTTEUFIELD,
J. A BUTTERFIELD,
Coritrnctor Ss 33nildei'
r.Htinmti's u'ien, Itepnirs and altera
tions made. Wo ilc glveu prompt uttoution.
iy 'rclephonu 851. 434-3m
A. V. GEAR.
No. 310 King Bt.
Dr. W.L. Moore
Special attention j;h cu to diseases of the
eye and car.
Waiannenuo Ato. near Court House. iC3-t
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... BEMOVKU TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Oillco Hours: 8 to 10 a. in., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. in. Telephone 7f2. 407-2m
DR. BERT. F. BDRGESS,
JPliysician. and Surgeon
Ilours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:S0 to
4 p. m,, and 7 to 8 p. m, . .
440 Punchbowl street or 148 Miller street,
nonolulu, Oahu. 400-tf
G-eo. EC. I-Iuclclv,
D. D. B.,
G32 Fort Street, flours from 0 n. m. to ,
4 p. tn. 407-tf
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,'
Hotel Street, Arlington Cottago. .
TELEPHONE J.T4. '
II. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Cor. Fort and Quoen Streets, Honolnltu
M. PHILLIPS & CO,,
Wholesale Importers nnd Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queon Streets.
Evening BuUeti" 75c per month.
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