DAILY 1'ACITIC COMMERCIAL ADVKHT1SEK, A Pit I L 20, 1885).
THC3TC:iY THAT VMS TOLD
tly t ! rjori.l-I . . I Man AVifh ( Iorr-f"nt
IV;nr-t hikI In ii..),.,, t-r,....k In- i:v-4.
V,,r' Trih'Ku. '
A nru with a ; i r i I faro nv.d , !ear-rut
feature-., ul.u-ccyrs had u p i!i arly in
liorent io .Jv in U, .m,' g,,l oil an c.'e ' .at. d
rH.lro.nl car tin- o:h.. r d iy L, ,i.w down
toWM lit; I it i ;t i i;' absolved in lh.-to;i
tints of a now-p.ip.T. an. I apparency did
Hot liot'n- ji iiuiiir n.aii silting m-ar idin,
w iiO-c eyes ) ined nv-t'-.I uj.ua h:. heavy
gold watrh f iia.ri. After several stops at
tliO .stations the ar Leeaiae nearlv iupty
'1 he young man ' Middenly r se, and.
iT..-.in' over to ih..- old ontleiiiaii, re'
II ; t ( I.e. I
"I I yovcr j. an!. hi. sir. but i, not. this
your purse? I found it in the .-. it In
3 out -id- "
"I he o'lh r man lo-k d at the pur-earie
tf e;i at the .unLr ma t fur full a minute,
'linn he fHie ui!y it moved J;.'s :'';irs.
Wiped theni wph h s l.ai;.iU r hi- f, sniied
lo bini-elf, a;;.! i ai::i!v .ut r e l
C JiJJKWEIi & COMPANY,
.knj:i:. l .mekcantili-:
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m m i
I LIST OF Of FICEItS:
'' Ir President and Manager
i , Y," ,r , Treasurer and Secrtry
! Uou. tt.t.Ail..a Auditor
; H",:- r- I:- iJiI:ox. Hon. H. Watertuusa
L ;:i.ne what Kou!J
.V.1U it t.)
a ,d i. t tell
souie hat fi.e;i
A t:d .1 ii u a
you .lo w i'jj it
" Whv f enurv. " :
lo'.v, i i ' : 1 1 1 t i,l ji in
li e ti lie!'. "
h, yi ' -. 1 sec. i h;
lie "A il If ! for li Hill.!.!
it - elie that i en. e up
I lie iMl I! Ji: '
cetteil. in. ehanie til y o!,.-ytd, and a. lowed
ti.e fitter elie to J.reei -d
'Mine dt iii Apiii. Mnie thr' vertrs
h'o, 1 n-as J a-di.g through ( lriii:lT.s
?! on a hu. n. s. ctraii. I. -when I
a air fit laiiy's hii -I.jvi s lyiuj up-n the
hilc:iik. 1 liuriietl f, iwar'i i.jiirj; thrm
uji luit was ut t.-o la e. as arn.tii r per
sod a .-Iiort disia.H c ale ail of tnc s. eiirf l
th in. lie li.ok. ii at me in a j '.i u al
luaiii r, atnl vn tun I ak. il him to I; me
them, he poiitviy ft-st-u ' e. I. J!ut us if
fearful of linui; seen In: nu.ietl nif; tu
ome into an open doorway wLcre we
could look at our pn" e with omprati vo
saletv. Ah I took the gloves frori his
hand and pulled .hem a?virt, so
ri" to ea!iii:ic their wortl!, 1 va4
iurprisi-d to lind a lixviru, Jiravy
lump of somotli'mir 1 io. 1 up in one
of the tinkers. Wdtii greedy ha.-.te I com
munieated to him my diseoverv, u h( n ho
snatched tlie ;;loves from my hand and
Cemnu'tieed working the urti le out of the
hiifer hole. In a fev momenls he held
up to my n-to:ii!,ed view a hands-. me
jeweled rinir, which at the lowest ouhi
to have In c.i worth s.'m. I expressed ?ny
surprise in a very open uav. ar al asked
him to let me see it. This l.odid, and at
the same time linked what I thought it
was worth. J unhcsitatmgly ave' liitu
my opini-.n. Then what had we better
do with if.' lie asked 'Why, advert'. it
in the papers,' I sutrested, 'and the
owner will probably -ive us a hainhjomo
price for returning it.' This be
thought was a very irood plan. M1i 1U
was then on L is way to the train
to go uut. of the city for a month or two,
ami consequently he would n, t he nV.e to
rec eive any of the moi.ev. 1 li ull y,.u '
)ic tinally said, 'the owner will at'least
give ou slO tor retuniing ji and ;f rmi
win gie me no now stirrer.diT the
gtows ana ring to you. Mow des th;
suit? It s lair, isn t it . !
'll. f; 1 mil To -i!;tic.iv Jl
"Wat, und so without niurniiin'rig I h.ui ie j
rum and walked awav witL Kim rin.'
The next two days I ude:tisei in the
papers for the ,wner of the ring; but no
vuv rauie io ciaim tt. n the tourth day
1 Concluded I had acted 1
mutter, and was now justilied in selliatr
vi.. i iook ii to a prominent jeweler's
where I knew its true value would be
piven, and what do you think it wa
The young man shifted uneasily in his
r-eat, aim uuuea iuo suuiing eyes of the
"Why, it was a brass ring worth about
ueuis. ana put in the glove bv that ras
cal of a swindler. ow ih,n " ..M,t;'..
. t vuiitiu
nod the gentleman, in a severe tone.
what would you do if you diseocred
mat same fellow up to Lis old trick
oguin t '
o.i ii.:. .
mo i.i ill hiailOIi: i must rrn
(.ood morning." Ami the young man
Willi the purse sad gently along the cir.
h::u o.iappeareC in the crowd on the plat
form. The old
reading, ami chucUcd to himself every
4iun una men.
iiiE' H'o Chan & Co,
Nt'LAXi: ST HE KT,
Hfive Jusit Received by Late Arrivals
A large and well assorted Stock of
Dinner and Tea Sets
To which the attention of intending mir
elia-ers is direct -d. as no l'oodi of mia
i".ality have ever been imjiorted into
mi- niaiKer. all varieties and
Of Chinese and Japanese make. Also,
TO A KKIVE by bark "VELOCITY,"
now due, an assortment of
Paving and Curb Stones
and a few
CLINKEIi KUILT BOATS.
! ' tr .... v' ; ...
Has KeiaoveJ His Manufictnrin)? j
! Jewelrv Establishment i
troiii 'iiuniiii Street to
TJiomas Block, Kins: Street.
Particular attention r aid to repairing.
OTrnnffHIIlirOOK LUX & CO.
LEAVrlS & CO.;
Itopoitor., U'hole.ale ADd Retail
Groceries and Provisions.
4-tFlre IKojise (ioods a Specialty
(Successor to Win: McCandlesa.)
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At Urt'Hlly liluvoa Vrlceti.
HAS JUST RECEIVED PER STjIE. UjIATILLA,
Lare Stock of
Ladies; Miss. Gtiits' and Children's
BOOTS ACT SHOES
Heats by every steamer.
POST OFFICE BOX NO. 255.
II HackfeM, from London
Latest Style and Best Quality
EVER IMPORTED INTO TIIF KINGDOM.
Best Coir Mat tins:,
STor Sale at Lowest Price byTS
0. W. Mncfnrlane & Co.
e a cling Da ily Neiirsjp-ajper
holccst Ikcf, Mutton, For, Fish 011111112 StaDllSHHient
Always Kept on Hand.
Family and Shipping orders Carefully
Live Stock Furnished to Vessels at short
I'AArHAt: Plantation', )
Hawaii. March V, 1SR. J
Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, Saa Eran
cinco. Gentlemen We bave used two of your 30
rliaiuberel Filter i'resnes this season. They
are convenient, easily handled and are working
entirely to our satisfaction. I can recommend
no improvement on them.
Very respectfully yours.
(signed)" A. Moore,
Manager I'aauhau Plantation.
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ancient Koine were its puMie h.iiUs. Their
reniHi.TS ire to -day the wo;ider of all who
Vint the imperial city. It is eidcnt that
IU l.oir-.ns under the emperors were
n ore c. e.ui.'y pe pie than the onliearv
'tweller in our modi'in larire cities. It i";
notie able that m ad capitals of the world
lo tlay ttiere is a (I.spo.sition to imitate the
jxouiiins. j mine iiat lis are recognized
lem as f.:-ential 11s I'lMinium v. l,
J'ubiie health can he pre-erscd in no het
fcr way than in providing rm aris f(.r
Kcepmi; tlie mass of the popiratio i clean
e me rcdiscovi rin x a. so a tart we'd
known to the Koman., that hot air
v;ipor l aths have a therapeutic value.
iney cure iliscases ot various kinds.
The public baths of ienna almost v
im nome or ine in man bitlm, and
Ihe finest lti the worl I. The bui'din
.nuaiea m uie luart of the citv, is
leet in length and i;t in widtli, and has
ttccommoilations for l.oOO in rsons at o::e
time, ihere are also accommodations
for women. In New York and other of
cur larirc citie-; free haths ia summer wer
lir&t lootvt'd upon us an experiment, but
fire now re-a idol as a necessity, and
Their popularity early increases. Otlur
larpe capitals, such as London aid ! aria
are hindered in providing b.iOiin.' fn.-Jii
ties, because of the tliJicuItv of procurirT
uiit.eni wilier; out irom the tendencies
of the aie, it is very clear that before the,
twentieth century has far advanced, tho
ruhlic baths of the modern w orld will vie
with those of ancient Home, not cnlv in
general utility but in splendor.
Iltiquettn for the Se.sl'..
A s?asonab:e bit of gallant etiquette ii
oileriu'r to empty a lady's slip; er of the
sand gathered i.irini; a stroll on'tho beaclu
The iiidj- Imp.', on one foot while her
cavalier. cr) much in the same wuv lie
would pit k a .bt"iie from a Lor e's 'hoof,
defily extracts tho gritty part it h rvhieb
liavo mad' the l"a:r one "ai ha me "
fashionable slippers v. ere i o. m-ide fot
count! y walking, but !hev are a " !..(.on. "
as Artemus Ward ..;:co said of the t..wtr
Tolepliones 3STo. 12
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