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EVENING BULLETIN, PEOEMBElt 81, 1890.
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DO T0U LIKE CIJE.EY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder as mndo by us io prepared after the Originu.
.Recipe from the Purest Ingredients.
G3?- TRY IT OISTCJil -ss
527 Fort Streot,
Prime, Pat and Juicy.
Cold Storage Turkeys,
IPreshlv Killed Tarkeys
Come and See Them
C. W. MACFARLANE,
TIM,, .'J2flnml 102. 21 KAAUUMANU ST,
Embroidered Whito Handkerchiefs!, that sell 2 for 25c.
Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs, 40c. per dozen.
Ladies' Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at 1.75, 32.00, $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00 per dozen.
Gentlemen's Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at $2.75, $3.25, $1.00 and $5.00 per dozen.
Bark " Marie Hackfeld," a lTow Lot of
Plain White Swisses.
3Gin. Eiderdown of cream, pink, blue
Corduroy in cream color
Assorted Corduroy in
Our 36 inch
in All Sizes and New
PERCALES are still selling at 10 Cents a
A LOST LETTER.
"I inn propnteil for mid expect tlio wortit,
o do not pity mo if your prldo nud judg
ment decide, that wo must ort. I Imvo
told you that I can bear It. My nrrnupo
incuts uro mado for leaving Hontoft tho
coming woek, und If I mvt5 Iouto you
ilso do not lot mo look upon you nuiiln.
It would not uo wUo. I know well what
rour position demands, niul I nocopt my
destiny. God bless you always. Adieu."
Thus ended my answer to David Wool
'y's proposals for my liund. Ho had novcr
iskod mo to toll hlij of my former llfo,
unci I might lmo coaled It with him hh I
had with other. Ilit I Miorncd to do
that, bo I pat down and coolly nnd deliber
ately told lilm nil. I told him Unit poverty
had followed mo with a rckntlcss hnnd
Hid forced mo into tho hot nnd stifling
factory when I wns hut 8 years old. Would
bis prldo cringo when ho read that? I
thought so. And two years inoro found
mo working nsn servant girl. And hi, Htep
hy step, I wrote down for him tho whole of
my strangely ohookorod llfo.
I wan not disappointed when tho week
went hy without 1i1h coming I should
certainly lmvo bcon lind It hcen otherwise,
und It wns with n steady nnd determined
hand that I finished my preparations for
leaving. I wns going to Hrhirwood Urr nt
ns govornesi. My prcbunt needs would be
supplied. That was tonio imtlsfactlon,
and If David Woolsey choio to toko anoth
er for his hrldn, ns I oxpi'itnl he would,
all 1 could ask of hint wus to keep nwny
from my eyes.
I stood out of doors tho night heforo I
loft, looking over tho dcr.r old hills which
had almost become a part of mytolf slnco
my stay In Uenton nnd was kidding oaoh
a sllont, tenrful farewell when 1 wvlln-
Id Woolfoy riding slowly hy. I did not
wait to think, but, raising my flnprr for
him to stop, ran down through tho yard
Into tho btrcct nnd reached up my hand In
"I go In tho morning, David. Goodhy."
"Ilnvo you nothing moro for nicl1"
Ills faco grow whiter than this paper I
mil writing on while- ho spoke, I haidly
uurtcrEtocd him, but answered:
"Nothing more, May God keep you,
Din hi Woolrey."
Ho bent down until his breath floated
ovor my faeo, looked full Into my oyiw, iih
though It vt uro tho liiht tlmo ns liulicd It
was for ninny u day thou, with a Id k of
htiuh superb scorn that It thrilled uvoilv
ncrvo In my limly ho turned Ills horni'ii
head nud gallopul nwny.
I found lirlnrwood 11 rent n quiet homo
It wns uijunlnt, curious pllo, with ItBwIdu
veranda, Its odd looking wings nnd Its
lilgh und thnrply pointed iirehcN. I had
two pupils, both llttla girls, daughters of
Mr. liutlirl, my employer, llutnlhi mo
tedious, and I will not dwell upon I hum,
1 lind licon thrro about six months whoii
cino ovunlnii tlmo i'uiiii) II call for n: It
wns an unusual thing, for it un,ii hi
luw miUuliituui on und fuuur filmnl hit
1 tlld nut Hip to ihlnU wlio It a. 'If 1
hud, I .IuhiIU, I mipptMU, ham e. n.ibl't il
I till I it VM WllllU UIIU to Ni'U n Oil Ullil-
in!, iMirlmiw tu lilm n ifnvcriuKi up miwi
tlilug of ttio Kirt, went illrootly to tho
parlor niul found u .Mr. Clayton wwro. I
suitable for Opera Capes.
black', navy blue and green.
. . WAVERLEY BLOCK. '
know lilm by reputation as an honorablo
and Inlltientlal mini, but nour spoko to
him. Mr 3. Ucthol mot mo at the door, In
troduced us nud loft us nlono. Ho com
meuccd tho conversation by mylng:
"Miss Hyde, do not bo htartlcd ut what
I ni going to say. I nm n mini of few
words, and I cmno horo tonight to n k you
to my wife. Your hi ml may net ho
freo to bestow upon uny one, but if it Is,
lmvo Inny hope?"
It was a romautlo courtihip, wasn't it,
reader? I did not soy n word lor lully Jlvo
minute?, nnd thon I said:
"I thunU you, Mr. Clayton, for honor
ing mo hy asking for my hand. It U cer
tainly unexpected, but I lmvo nn answer
for you. 1 will bo yours on ono condi
"Thiit you novor refer to or nsk about
my past. It him bocn very bitter, nud it
must slumber in its gravo now. iCuoiigh
that my character is unstained. "
"I um NitiMlexi. It shall be as you soy.
Tomorrow owning, with your consent, I
shall spend horo. Good night." Hu bowed
nud lctt tho room.
In six weeks I wns married. Now, to
night, ns I sit horo with tho moonlight
Hooding into my room and think over
thono yearn of my life, It seems llko t-omo
brilliant, troubled dream. My nmbltinii
was urouhcd. It had boon kept at, bay all
my llfo, but now it wus unloutrd, and in
lovo was nothing to mo, time ruled my
heart llko an evil spirit. Hut let mo tell
j ou how I met David WooUoy ngaln.
Wo, 1117 husband and I, had m-chral
cards for a magnificent ball, and, i.h iihiial,
wo attended. During tho uenliig, vnllo
I btood conversing with a group of guy
ones, I folt it hand laid lightly upon my
ehouldcr nnd turned to eonfiout tho light
ning glanco of David Woolsey. 1 know I
pnhd fearfully, hut I did not lo.su my self
command. He bent down to my car and
whlpcred, "Follow mo in a fow mui.11 tis
to tho conservatory. "
Thero was detenul nation in hiivulro
and hoiiiethlng lii hU oyu.s which nJil,
"Dlroboy if you darol" I had uo Inclina
tion to at all uveutx. I would ii.ivo n en
him there if it, had cost mo my life. While
tho rost were talking I glided Iiom tho
room and went whero ho directed. Ho was
waiting alone to rccolvo me.
"I teo tout I am not forgotten, A is.
Clayton. I am disappointed. How ir.my
hearts havo you held and throw 11 uv ay
bluco 111I110 lay upon your nltari' How
He camo closo to 1110 nnd fairly flung tho
woikIh Into my faco. What did ho mum?
Heforo I had tlmo to reply ho wont on:
"I too tlmt you lmvo grown restless sluco
wo parted. 1 11111 rostleMj, too, hut hutec,
I menu what I hij I will liaNoijiilctupoii
one subjeet ttnilgl.t. At jou hope for mer
cy horiuiftcr, tell 1110 truly, Helen Hydu,
wliethcr yen wero trilling with 1110 wltun
nii MHinicd to love muf No blirlitklug. I
will know, Itolltuul"
1 mihwoMd him hlowly and bittvrly:
"You dt'iimud to know perlmpM wlmt 1
lmvo no iltjht to lay, but liu iimluir. t
luutl you IU1.11, 1 In 11 you now, nnd 1 nh.ill
1-isu ytni nl u Uimr thou niililiiK l-
IIJIOI1 tvirtil, UmI I llioro linnulUil II all
limn, anil liu limy furulvu 1110 U HUn
In, I miiunl Imlp It. Hut, Dm id Wooln-y,
lnhNiiiw you uIiiihi lu hnerlflty my lieart 10
your nii.iiUion ir'
Ho Ht":ul me.
"IiBioriihodl I low?"
"Did jou not rotelo it letter from mo
four days bofoiu I left Denton containing
my llfo" '
It was explained now. Through somo
hody's carelessness It had hcon cither mis
laid or lost or found Its way to tho dond
letter ofllco. It mado littlo dtllercncu
wliieh. I told lilm what I had wrltuu
nud what 1 had of courh'.i thought of him.
And thus in parted forovennow. Kx
chuugti. Witter colorti and Oil colors in
Beta Bititnblo for Xinns presonta.
Kin,' Hrua., Hotel utrunt.
w, c. " AcrnlTca,
Brokers & Dealers
C3T Wo will Uuy or Sell Ileal Estnto in
nil parts of tho group,
11V Wo will Soil l'ropcttie on llcason
OFFICE, 10 WEST KING STREET
Fuiiniii Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet
On the Instalment l'lim and 10 Percent
Discount for Cash,
gig?" Apply to
.IAS. J MOKGAN,
Or W. V ACM, Heal Estnto llroker.
tvptcmlwr 21. 1S!IU. 412-tl
At WA1KIK1 on oar lino ami on PA-
IiAaMA KOAD ucnr FwtUisiuj
TJieto Lots arc Very Clioaji nnd Sold
on 13ny Terms.
Dasirnblo Aoro Tracta near tho city und
othor Properties fur halo.
IIKUCI3, AVAItlNO V. CO,,
UoalorM in UitH and LiuhIh,
TRLBi'it.ifc.t ml. l. 0. llos IW1,
A. V. GEAR.
Tulephumi )0 NQ.9I9 KhitfHI,
Dr. W. L. Moore
Bpceial attentiou given tu dlicas of tho
eye and car.
OUlcc hours 1 2 f
Waianuenuo Avo. near Gmrt Ho-.no. lO.'Mt
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... JIEUOVEb TO
No. 28 Emma Street,
OIHco Hours: 8 to 10 n. in., 2 to J nud
7 to 8 p. 111. Telephone 75:2. 407-L'm
DR. BEftT. F. BURGESS,
noun: 8:S0to 10 n. 111., 1:30 to
4 p. ia and 7 to 8 p. ra. . . .
Uf Punehbow t street or 113 ililler street,
Honolulu, Oabu. 4CU-U
Oreo. I-I. I-Iuddv, .
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532 Fort Ktreot. Ilount from 0 n. in. to
4 p. m. ,i07.tf
A. C. WALL, D. D. &,
Uotel 8tri-ut, Arliuntnii CittiiRo.
H. irACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort and Qtumn.Btretit, llouolnln,
m, vmuAPSk co
Wholivwlu Iniimitura uml Jublwr o(
European and AmoriMii Dry Mi
Foil uurt Qm on ritittU,
Evening llulleth 7iie per month.