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Till: PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVEKTISKU: UO.NOI-.UIjU, JANUARY 24. lSi)5.
.tV' V EGOTISTICAL. BUT ARTISTIC. rU Mtu of France Irut:M th Nrw tlury tu th Worltl. Th intMt N'autlful a wrll m tho rcotUtKAlMt of t:timry that lu . - I , .. 1 ..kti.tw U lift IT l J. " II- I.v-wxai u r n z t prouprcvllinl Tli lUpubho Tnont Injr, to the World the Nfvr Outu ry." Th rrpub llo I rvpisnU-U, usuul, by the of a woman, while tb new rnturjr U typified by the Infant In her anus. Both (g- urv are of bronze, anil the croup I 'about Ten fwt In hrlght. Tha Mtatun ttm recent ly unTUetl in the Frvijch town of and has at tracted a creat deal of attention among lorer of art. The statue 1 the work of M. 1'arU. a French TOE statue. cuIptorwho6e ex hibits occuplnl deservedly prominent poal t!on at tho World's fair In Chicago and were greatly admired by visitor to the French section or the ine Arts palace. After the close of tho fair they were gUen honored place In some of the leading art galleries of tho country. That France Is a creat country no ono dfiiT. but it rvuuirvs a stretch of tho Imagination to discover her right, or the right of any otht-r country, for that mat ter, to usurp tho functlonsof Father Time ren In a group of statuary. While the Idea is somewhat too fanciful and egotis tical to win tho favor of sculptors and art lovers of other countries. It will do very well for home exhibition. Divested of Its presumptuous Idea and viewed simply as a work of art, the statue cannot fall to add materially to tbo nlroudy high reputation of M. Pari. TH.1EE MISSOURI SURPRISES. Tb republican Saocor to SllTr" DIaoJ. liruirr Hatch and Champ Clark. Missouri furnished Its full quota of po litical surprises 0:1 that memorable tith of November, This Democratic state not only returned 10 Republican con gressmou out of a total of 15 member?, but defeated oil of its representatives who bad won national reputations, in cluding such well known men as Ilich ard P. Bland, the champion of the silver dollar, William 11. Hatch of antioptlon fame, and Champ Clark, whose oratorlcid jwers made him a conspicuous figure in Washington. The men who defeated theo threo Democratic leaders axe un known to famo and seem as much surpris ed as anybody else by their unexpected success. They are tbo more Interesting on this account to students of political phe nomena. Dr. Joel Douglas Hubbard, tho roan who beat Silver Dick Bland In the Eighth district, appears to 1x3 the most promising 43I the new members. He is a physician at SHE KILLED A CHARGING MOOSE. Tb Mrs Vr Tr-il, lut Slr. llrolUy rrtunptly VWd tire llrt.thtr Vlu het-r. Tho recent (o.it .f i plucky IT. I woman U tit tract Ijitf et.nldrrMe tttirn tlon In tbo World Pair City. It l ti.t the Hurt of fi rtlthal unn)ljr rntiMW com ment when a Ohlcngo.vtiiiiu U uirutloti ed, for It 1 a feat or ariuv The name of thohertilno In Mr. Kato llr.ndlry, and tin feat was tint claying of a manter iixxim' under very trylug and exciting clreum stances. Mrs. Itradley was a memlwr of a part ' hunters camped on the hank of the iSt, Maurice rlvrr In Canada, and although there were half a dozen good ahota present, including Ixrd Charles Berosiord, Sir Kdwln 1'auneefoU) and Ma jor (ieneral Drayner, she wus the only member of the party who succeeded in bagging a moose. Mrs. Bradley U so modet she oould with difficulty be persuaded to tell her version of the exciting adreuturo. ''You ee," tho admitted reluctantly, "we had oar camp In a pretty little clearing, and one morning two of the gentlemen went ont to look at some traps that we had set. I CIIAIUiES V. CLAUK. A'. M. 1 11ELOAU. J. IK HrBBARI. Versailles; but. not content with the or dinary round of n country doctor's life, he has found various other fields of useful -ncji. He is now serving his second term as county clerk, is president of a bank and has been editor of the local Republic an paper. Altogether he Is a prominent and progressive citizen. Dr. Hubbard was born near Longwood, fialine county. Mo., Nov. 6, 18C0, the day Lincoln was elected president, and be was elected to congress on his thirty-fourth birthday. He studied medicine with his father at Syracuse and worked as locomo tive fireman and engineer to pay for his education at Central college, Fayette, Mo., and St. Lou La Medical college. He was grad oated from the latter institution In 1863. Dr. Hubbard was married in February, 1687, to Miss Cora Lee Kenne dy of Syracuse, Mo., and the couple have four children. Mrs. Hubbard is of the brunette type, and, aa for the doctor him self well, he is redheaded. William H. Hatch's successful opponent in the First district Is Major Charles Nel son Clark of Hannibal. Ho was born on a farm In Cortland county, N. Y., and was educated at Hamilton college. He went west when a young man and mar ried Miss Lucia Huntington of Wauceon, O., who was a graduate of Euclid Female college. The only child born of this un ion died in IW). In 1859 Mr. Clark moved to Bllnols, and In 1861 he raised a company of L'nlon cavalry. He was In the battle of Pea Hidge and fcerved through the campaign In Missouri and Arkansas. He retired with the rank of major in 18C3, and in 1SG5 settled In Han nibal, where he has lived lnce, following the ocrnpatlon of contractor and farmer. Major Clark has been a Republican slno the party was organized. Professor Will! Am M. Treloarof Mexico has bern prntottI fmm a piano stool to the ti:t in rontrri- cupll by tho Hon. Champ Clatk. l'n-.'ifM Trtlnur Is a teach.-r In U -.'.rtinrnt of rutulo in JJar.':n? " .y fit Mr xl'-natal no U-nthes tnifu t: 1 pu';ll.j h.,U. !! vva Iorn In Ir. , i ty, V!s., In I.mJ .uid early d.-i t-i. f,,r lrnj.!f: lie taufd't lnif : 1 . r f. r M i.'i.'..,J ti at for. a Weh-.-,. -iivrlfy, ,V...;u Plinv;fif. la., ui.d hi ir.tUu;.tijt lericl.tn ami ctni.r I...; .uu.Ii: l.jvf! ln-4-n I.I4 priii'i;i.il trrru:itu ... If? t.;Jl Hf4tj Mexlrtt lnr 7. Prof-r Trelonr ha Uni twlc Mnrri.d and hn thni chlldn ti. His present wifo wa Ml Kllzaltli II. Rilvcr of Maryland. The Daily AdTertiaer 75 cenU a mouth io adraoce. ' MHS. HATE BILVPLET. mw sm mivwA rAinn nlont and treed . . i . . . - c . ).,, Vn T will nnt tell which of the party wero treed. After chasing two of tho gentlemen up mio mo uraucuw . x Ki i-fiiim oluvr?int down UDon OUT a ----- - - camp. Ono of tho voyageurs was at the I . a at thn plinriniT rtnwn 1)V tho river looking after kodic traps, and the moose struck at him and missed, but de molished a half hogshead used for a water barrel. My brother and I had been stand ing together a few minutes before, and ho had given me his Winchester to hold while ho went into tho tent to fill his ori,lmi ixMr When tho mooso struck 411Viuv - - - at the voyageur, he shambled along, and as ho advanceil r.ls leu ioro ioot i urew uu hul thf croud luck to hit ex actly in thu tight placo behind the left foro leg. Ilogavo the most piteous cry k.f t i-n i rrr hoard and tried to strug- llltlU i i.ia fot lint n vollev from flvo rifles in the bund of tho gentlemen finishod Mrs. Bradley is tho wifo of Dr. C. D. r.n.T- .. ! t i,i,ivn (!hlca;ro nhvsician. and she has leng been prominent as a champion or labor anu in uico work, oho was uorn in ianuua uu o- fUinrm in ifiS' Hho is a crad- U1U1CU - n.vf thn 1'NiiHnH rnnvent of Quebec, Uaiv vf a-s. - i,iwf nrnnt. in AmprirA. and has Ufj UiUvoH VVi v w m - - been a member of the visiting committee of the Woman's alliance of Chicago since 1889. THE AUTHOR OF "BEN BOLT." How TbomM Dnnn English Wrote th Famous Song That Trilby Sang. "That unfortunate early indiscretion of mine" is tho way Thomas Dunn English refers to bis famous song, 44 Ben Bolt," that was sung by Trilby in the popular novel of that namoand that has been sung th rnrld over for half a century. The verses were written at the request of N. P. Willis in 1843 and wero what Mr. Eng lish terms a catehwork" of two poems. Willis was then conducting Tho New Mirror In New York and asked Lngllsh to write a sea song for the periodical. English started a sea song, but could not finish it acceptably to himself, so he be gan work on another poem, which he nartlr oomrjleted also. In despair he com bined the two, signed his initials to the natchwork and sent tho poem to Willis, with instructions to burn the production If he did not desire to publish it. Willis was delighted with the verses and published them in The New Mirror Sept. 25, 1813, under the tltle"Bcn Bolt." Tho Enclisli Turners stolo tho poem and reprinted it, and It took England by storm. Oh, don't you remember swi-et Aliee, Ben Dolt, Sweet Alice, whose hair wn so brown f was on every tongue, and tho poem was narodied nnd replied to and generally con sidered an English production. Mr. Eng- r WRINKLI I) BEAUTIES SHOULD t neloLA 5Ji'K2 Ctzvr, fUn Iod and Tira Builder, Doea i . I cover, t'ttt jali 'U auttm f wht u ttn thin, Mikrj tJbe I -niea fin! vnd tndda up tb wcrnt UiUi c!r bbif, cod a ke li. em pluni. lot in prlo and N-mUo valr.t. 75 cri"r lasjix vxrx. Mrs. Habui' Facx )?iiAif. Cm e mct w atrtoiAe of riekleH. lJIackl,, KJrtb Wojcna, Hcnbnm, Haltoa&rff and QtiUk in ik n and iimanent in enrcia. I'wck 1. hjccH'a ack Powdkk. Pnr adtftiv and poitive1y ioviiibW. Mr THE NEW JAPANESE TilEATY, Unclf Saiu and Mr. Jai ainrf 44 ConundesM in chorus and remark to poor . Chiuu. "You're not civilized, Johu. ut off the earth." New Ycrk World. uotn ratciiea. Three ahadea-Thie, flwh, bianette. 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I I OIPIP & CO FUEN1TURE JUST EECEIYED! K --- - ' - A COHTLETB STOCK 0Y BEDROOM SUITS AT LO"W PKICK8; Wicker Ware, Rugs and Portiers of alJ $izes, Shaving Stands, Card Tables. A2?D ROCKERS In Oak or Cherry,and other goods too numerous to mention. Repairing of all kinds prompt ly attended to. Furniture packed for the other islands. Special care given to Piano moving. 74 KING STBKBT. AHEAD IN SHOES a (nr ht rPHonn. h rnblie of Honolulu have their feet in ours. The f!nH Tnv MTi't bA A i ql rH trpA from thfi table, and it is iust as certain that nothing can make us rehnquish our foothold. Our incomparable footwear makes it solid and perma Thnto nhn tiMVA nA tnr foot nrp t nlessed with a shoe bareain as they are witn a turkey on a Thanksgiving Day. A glance at our stock will show what a shoe bargain is in the highest sense ol the word, uur tootwear presents me Desi, me mwv "u D strongest points and, tnereiore.oners tneiaigesi vaiues. uvir uumy BuuH"vcfi onr snoes double wear ana maxe mem twice cxieap. 11 c usts A orfinf'.ci window hfiincr filled with Hevwood Shoes in all styles, shapes and colors for $4.50. Lodk at it and see what you paid $5 and $6.50 for. THE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK RICHARD A. HcOURDY President TBE MANDFACTDRERS SHOE COMPANY 516 FORT STREET, fl. E. McINTTEE & BRO., IMPORTERS AND IDKVLKIiS 1W Groceries, Provisions anc Fee EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS. New Goods received by eery packet from the Fa&tern r'tates and Europe. Fresh California Produce by eerv eteamer. All orders faithful!? attended to, and Goods delivered 1o any part of the city free of charge. Jelanu orders collated. Satisfaction jcoaranteed. FoetofSce Pox 145. T elephone Ho. 92. ! DELICIOUS ! ! DAINTY ! ! ! THOMAS VVSS ZXGLMU. IHh then wrote rnulc to ro with tb word, but bl veryion never achieved tha popularity o( thatadopUxl from a German ong by a Btrolllns lnferndiictorrjameU WlUon KneoAfl. The sons xnado an Immenw hit In tbla country and England, and an American pnbllaher vrbo ehanfred the line " Where children went In to wlm" to "Where wt fathered the Cowers aa they grew" be canae he thouht the former Immoral aold over 60,000 coplea. Dr. EnglUh waa bom In lhUadelphia Jane 29, 1819. ftnd renlde in Newark, f. J. lie hail won cniildcrable farae aa poet, r,orllt, dramatUt, phynlclan, lawyer and rolltlrlan and at present U one OX New .If-rMjy'ii rt pn-vntatlvea In congra . "WhiTi I w;h vhxtiA Ut thrc jeara ago," khjh Ilr.'EnglJ.ili, "the news paper mentioned the fort that I was tha anther of 'lien Ilolt, and tl nit wm revived In popularity. It then sank Into obscurity ajtnln, but nor a gentleman named Ou Maurler, whom I navrr harwM In my Ufn. revives It In Trllbr. " HIcIewalkB on lowf-r Fort etrcot are beinp curbr!. DELICATE Assets December 31st, 1893 : 188,707,680.14 o- - - A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. : o fi7"F0Kg PARTICULARS, APPLTJTO S B. ROSE, Geneml Agent for Hawaiian Islands PER BARK C. . BRYANT BABY CARRIAGES of all styles, , , A t 1A CARPETS, RUGS, and MATS m tho latest patterns, Houseliolci 93 Sewing: Machines Hand Sewing Machines, all with the latest improvements Also on hand Westermayer' Celebrated Cottage Pianos Parlor Orgau, Guitars and other Musical Instruments. BiT-For sale by El). H OFFSCHL AEGER & CO , KinK Street, opposite Casua s Coosc ASK YOUR GROCER FOR RED LABEL OYSTEES These are new pack Large, Fat, Extra selected. One trial will prove their merita. 2f. J3. The Cana of This Brand Contain a Greater Quantity Than Those of any Other ATTENTION A 8pecial Christmas Sale, commencing MONDAY, December 17. We will "cdnspeTto .tcofUoilday Oooda ; the LOWEST atiEEST. Frank B. 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