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THIS PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOI-IJIiU, MARCH 7, 1895.
BEAUTY WEDS TITLE. AMERICAN WOMEN WHO HAVE MAR HIED ENGLISHMEN OF RANK. Ldj Randolph Churchill Ha lAng llcen Vender In Kngli-h Society. Where IjkIj Terence KLaekwood and L-Mly Grey-Eser-ton, A1jm Americans Are Brlcht Stars. For years Lady Randolph Churchill, born Jerome, has been ono of the most popular -women in English society, and it really seemed until a comparatively recent date that she was to be spared the heartrending experiences that hare fallen to the lot of most American wo men who marry titled foreigners. For years after her marriage her life was all brightness; for years both she and her husband met with nothing but suc cess. To him came the distinction of being the youngest man to attain the chancel lorship of the exchequer since "William pip it 'till: ijr - i n iu in I I ii V "4 LADT llAXPOLPH C1I CHOI ILL. Pitt, and so successful were all his po litical moves it was freely predicted that ho would shortly attain the high place of primo minister. To her came the most gratifying social triumphs, and besides she had the satisfaction of knowing that her husband owed much of his advancement in public life to her efforts. Notwithstanding her American birth she was an enthusiastic Tory after her marriage, and she threw herself into the political arena in. behalf of her hnsband and the Tory cause generally 'with a zest and vigor that demolished ' many obstacles with which he could not otherwise have successfully coped. Just when it seemed to every one that the Churchill star was surely and per manently ascendant it began to show signs of dimming. Then cf a sudden the brilliant young lord got out of Eng land and went to Africa to hunt lions. He agreed to write letters descriptive of his doings as a Nimrod to an English newspaper, and it was the nature of these letters, which were paltry, almost driveling, that led to the first suspicions of his friends that all was not well with him. There is a rather grewsomo but very vague story that just before ho went to Africa a most unpleasant thing happen ed at Windsor, the royal residence, whero the Churchills had been staying for a few days, and that it was this hap pening that drovo Lord .Randolph abroad. Just what it was bat never transpired, though sundry hints have been published by the scandal mongers from time to time which led to the in ference that his royal highness Albert Edward, the prince of Wales, had to do with it. At all events the course of Lord Randolph Churchill was steadily downward after that until his death a short time ago. In spito of her aristocratic notions ac quired along with her titlo by marriage ' Lady Randolph Churchill has in a way remained a pretty good American, and the late Larry Jerome, brother of her father, Leonard Jerome of New York, used to tell, with great glee, how she once abashed the servants in the lordly home she was called to preside over. It was not long after her marriage when Larry went to pay his niece a visit. Like most other Americans, he was a LADY TERENCE BLACKWOOD. little less careful in his dress than the average Englishman of rank and social standing. As soon as he lft the steam er he took train for the Churchill resi dence, and when he presented himself as it happened, earjy in the morning he was much travel stained, and the servant who answered the ring of the visitor was not inclined to allow him to enter. A wordy altercation followed, and it seemed at one time as if Mr. Jerome would be forcibly put off the premises. Just as a crisis appeared imminent the joxce of th9 mansion's mistress was heard at tho head of the stairs. .Thyf Uncl LunT." she criwL nth? 1 Bt,a thtTe at tbo door! Com "gnt up! After that, it is to bo presumed, th wmr . i iik fitr- v auj i ji tt it i l ii i if RiS&Vral servants or that hcvr-ehold were inclin ed to bo more circumspect in their treat ment of any travel stained man who presented himself and announced in American accents that he was a relative of Lady Randolph ChurchilL Lady Terenoe Blackwood, born Da vis, is an American woman wedded to a titled Englishman, who was not mar ried solely for her wealth, as so many others have been, although a goodly dower went with ner when she left these shores. Her father is John H. Da via, the New York banker and broker. and the marriage, which took place in the autumn of 1893, was a matter of great moment in society in Paris and London as well as New York, for her husband is the youngest 6on of the Mar quis of Dufferin and Ava, and the nup tial ceremony 4ook place at the English embassy in Paris, where the marquis is British embassador. It should be stat ed, however, that Lord Blackwood's family is not a wealthy one as wealth is counted in the exalted circles of Eu ropean aristocracy, and though the mar riage was surely a love match It Is doubtful if it could have taken place had tho bride been a poor girL As yet there have been no whisperings of dis cord or sorrow, so far as Lady Black wood is concerned. She is a petite per son, with clear complexion, rounded features and brown hair and is consid ered very pretty. Another very pretty American woman, whoso lifo abroad as the wife of a titled Englishman has been bright and happy, so far as the world knows, is Lady Grey-Egerton, born Cuyler. She was a Baltimore girl, the daughter of Dr. John Cuyler, and her blood may fairly be considered as bine as her husband's, for her family is descended from Mad Anthony Wayne of Revolutionary fame and Chief Justice Wayne, while her husband, Sir Philip Grey-Egerton, be ing only a baronet, though the twelfth in his line, is not a member of the no bility in spite of his tipie. Neither Lady Blackwood nor Lady Grey-Egerton has received a titho of the newspaper attention that h.s been bestowed upon Lady Randolph Church ill, who has been often mentioned of late on account of Lord Randolph's un timely death, but it is Lady Hope, erst while known a3 May Yohc, the bur lesquo actress, supposed to be the daugh ter of an iron molder of Bethlehem, Pa., to whom the bulk of the space ac corded to American wives of titled Eng lishmen is at present devoted. The ca reer of this voiuau has .so far been sen sational to the last degree. It began in Chicago, where, as the fairy prince of a spectacular show, she captivated all the "Johnnies" of the town, including a very foolish young married man, who LADT GIIEY-EGEETOJf. ran away with her to New York. In tho latter city fho "made things hum" for awhile, iu due time, of course, turn ing doWn her Chicago adorer. It was in New York that she met Sir Francis Hope, heir to ono of the greatest dnke doms of England that of Newcastle, one of the vastest fortunes in tho world. Before she met Lord Hopo sho was re puted to have married Jack Mason, the opera Einger, but later both repudiated the marriage. She broke her engage ment in New York to go to, London, as she had before broken her Chicago en gagement to go to New York, and after she reached the English capital she made quite as much stir there as she had in New York. The family of the man she has now married made every possiblo effort to prevent the match, but her charms were of greater influenco over him than tho ties of blood, consid erations of a social nature or the great sum of money said to have been offered to him if ho would cast her off. Less sensational, but surely more sur prising than thomarriago of May Yohe, who was at least young and beautiful, was that of Victoria Woodhull to Sir Francis Cook. The career of the "Wood hull woman that of her sister,. Tennie C. Claflin, now. Mrs. Biddulph Martin of London is familiar to all reading Americans. Both these women as well as May Yohe have 6urely not suffered by alliance with noblemen, and in that regard they have done much better than the majority of American women who have married abroad. M. I. Dexter. 'otcI Tomb Decoration. A Vienna sculptor, Edmund Helmer, has employed polychromy in the decora tion of tombs. He has executed a monu ment representing a young girl bring ing love gifts to those she is leaving be hind for a better world. The girl is stepping out of a gateway in the style of tho renaissance, and angels float around her. The background is a landscape, with a field of lilies in flower. China's New Stamp. A new set of postage stamps has been issued by the Chinese customs postofflce to commemorate the sixtieth birthday of the empress dowager. There are nine stamps, in place of the former three, and all bear tho customs water mark on the paper. Veterans of the War of 1812. Thero are 45 survivors of the war of 1 812 on tho roll of tbo pension office, of whom 15 are 100 or more years old. The Hawaiian Gazette Compact manufacture robber stamps f alJ 0kMh: wife. Ladies' Column. LOOK BEFOBE YOU LEAP. When yon go out shopping, consider; Ihink of the money in your pocket, and take account of the many stores whose various attractions are laid before you. ' Thero is X, with temptations in the form of a pretty show; there is Y, whose wiles are innumerable; and Z, who says he is the man for your money. PLEASE PAUSE I And remember your pocket is con cerned. . STOP AND THINK ! Would it not be well to go where for forty years HONEST GOODS and HONEST PRICES go hand in hand. Beauty and durability, instead of mere show and display, is the virtue of goods handled by us. To sell at a Fmnll Profit in every Department is the lundamental law of our house ; to carry the best and newest goods the markets of -the world afford is our constant aim. Among the many new things found on our counters this week, we wish to call your especial attention to what is generally known as TABLE FELT, TABLE FELT, TABLE FELT, though it is continually used for fancy work. We have an extra fine line of this cloth in all colors. EIDERDOWN, EIDERDOWN, EIDERDOWN. To look at it is to buy it, soft as velvet, just the thing for Capes or Children's Jackets. We have it in blue, pink, and cream. You will want it in all these colors after once looking at it. B. E. jSHLERS & CO. "The best Corset in the world for the money. JgPCome and LOOK AT THEM, TAKE THEM HOME, TRY THEM OX! And return them if they don't suit you. These Corsets are made in style to fit and suit every- body and their purses. They are in forty-seven dif ferent styles and range in price from SI to. $5 per pair. Ask to see the Extra Long- Waist Sonnette for 2.25. They can't be beaten. If you can't get Corsets long enough, remember you can get the "Sonnette" with six hooks. Should you want a Corset With REAL WHALE BONE, get the "SONNETTE." Anyway come in and see them. J. J. EGAS. Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands. 3819-tf - HDSTACE & CO., Dkalsbs i WOOD AND COAL Also White and Black Band which w will sell at the very lowest market rate. F"Bm.i. Txusrnowa No. 414. ffySMrrtL TXLBFHOKI No. 414. SOOTHE- JOHN ST0TT, IMPORTER ANV DEALER IN ft t 1 and Iron Raies STOVES AND FIXTURES. House Keeping Goods AND ' Kitchen Utensils, AGATE WARE, ROBBER ROSE PUMPS, ETC., ETC., Plumbing, Tin, Copper AND Sheet Iron Work. D1M0ND -:- BLOCK KING 8TREET. G. WEST, Commission -:- Merchant IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Carri a ?e Materials Of Every Description Iucluding OAK, ASH, HICKORY AND WHITE WOOD LUMBER, Spotes, all eizes ; Bavern Wheels, Wood Hub Wheels, Sawed Felloes, Bent Kims from 1 to V inches, Dump Cart SLmfrs, Wagon Poles, Double-trees, Fingle-trees, Wagon and Cart Hubs, all eizes ; AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Trimmers' Materials " - ' Carriage Hardware, Norway Iron, and Steel Tires. . gHaging,a long at wriepcaia-the Carnage Business, 1 am prepared to sup ply Carriage Builders, Plantations, etc., with first class materials, personally selected, at tbe very lowest cash prices. XT'A11 Island orders will receive prompt attention. masonic block, Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets. 3"Telephone No. 350. 3878-tf 811k Dress Goods, Cotton Dress Goods, Gent's Silk Shirts, Gent's Cotton Shirts, Gent's Fancy Crepe Shirts. Straw and Felt Hats, Umbrellas and Parasols, Fancy Screens, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and Neckties, For both ladies and gentlemen. Watch our advertisement for new goods arriving by every steamer. IWAKAM I, HOTEL STREET. Next to Peck's Coxxmission Kooms 3902-tf Nrstle's Milk Food for infants has, during 25 years, grown in favor with both doctors and mothers throughout the world, and is now nn qutstionably not only the best substitute for mothers' milt, bat the food which agrees with the largest percentage cf infants. It gives strength and stamina to resist the weakening effects of hot weather, and has saved the lives of thousar ds of infants. To any mother sending her address, and mentioning this paper, we will send samples and description of Kestle's Food. Thos. Leeminff & Co., Sole Agts, 29 Murray St., K. Y. The Agenoy for NESTIE'S MIL.K FOOD J 8 WITH THE Hollister Di . Company, Limited ?,J3 Fort street, Honolulu, H. I. A pi Stee Japanese Goods "WE'VE GOT THEM ! The Right Goods, Right Prices, Right Shades at the Right Time. NEW SPEIWG NOVELTIES IN WASH MATEEIALS. Printed Irish Lawn in new designs ; New Dimities in figured and solid ocloxs ; Plain and atin Striped Cotton Crapes in delicate shades and fancy figured. COTTON DUCK ! COTTON DUCK ! ! In solid colors, stripes and polka dots. Ginghams, Ginghams, Ginghams; an immense variety in Btripes and pl&ida ; New Percales, Hew Prints, New Mnalins; Latest designs in Flannelettes. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE New N. 520 Fort Street Golden Drap o- Give theBalby 00 FOR AND I N FANTSfsfe 3 NVAt! QS. BENSON, SMITH & CO., Sole . Ascents msiu OF LIVKRIOOL. " THE LARGEST IN THE WOEULD." Assets Jaiinary 1st, 1892, - $4232,174.00 esyjP ire riHeis on au tcinud of insurable property taKeu at Current r&tev by J. S. S. TAKEMTJRA 405 KING STKEBT, Commission Merchant, Wholesale and Eetail Silk Good. Cotton Crepes, Underwear, Towels, IJats and Caps : Fine JJne ol Japanese Metal consisting of Match Boxes, Decorated Japanese Hand isags, Just received by China and Bentala Soap, Cotton and Silk Goods, etc yam nles of ail kinds of Japanese uoods wmcn i can import on snore notice. X-Trry cur S. T. TEA8. Prices the lowest. WRINKLED BEAUTIES SHOULD UseIoLA Montez Cbeue. Skin Food and Tissue Bailder. Does not cover, but heals aDd cures blemishes of tbe skin. Makes the tissues firm and builds up tbe worn-out muscle fibers, and makea them plump . Lowest in price and best in value. 75 cehts labgs pot. Mbs Harbison's Face Bleach. Cures most aggravated cases of Freckles, Blackheads, Flesh Worms, Sunburn, Sallowness. and Moth Ptche8. Quick in action and permanent in effects. Pbics $L Mbs. Habbison's Face Powdkb.. Pure adhesive and positively invisible. Three shades white, flesh, biunette. Pbice 50 CENTS. Mbs. Harbison's Hair vigor. Stops Falling Hair in one or two applications. PreventB Gray Hair and causes rich and luxuriant growth of Hair to grow on bald heads. Cases of tears standing specially invited to & trial." Pbicx $1. Mrs Harbison's Hair Bestorxb. Only four to ten days required to rentore hair to its natural color Is not a dye or bieacb. No sediment or stickiness. Color is permanen' when once your bair is restored to its natiral shade. Hair becomes glossy and clean. Pbick $1. .Mbs. Harrison's .frizz, i; or Keeping ine nair in curia a wee.K as a time; not sticky; don't have a white deposit on tbe hair. Price 50 cents. MRS. NETTIE HARRISON, America's Beauty Doctor, 26 Geary Street San Francisco, CaX. T7"For sale by HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY, 523 Fort Street, Honolulu. ezy-AvY ladv call at HolliMer Drug Company will be given a Lady's Journal containing a Beauty Lecture wiittn by ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL PETEPi HIGH & CO., - - ' - Proprietor!. OFF! C-F: A.NJD MTJl AlLca and Richards rear Queon gtre&t, Soncinlrt fi i MOUL T Doors, Sash, Blinds, TURNED AMD f'Vromp' Attention to a'i irdw T K L . r vi grsy MTJrriAf fi.s Daily Advertiser," 75 eries ACH Honolulu A Perfect Nuiriment Ton GROWING CHILDREN. convalescents. consumptives, Dyspeptics, and the Aced,and la Acate IIIae and all Waatlac Diseases. THE Best Food for Hand-fed Infants. OUR BOOK for the Instruction of mothers, 'The Care aad Faed la of Infants," will be maJlea res to any address, upon request. DOLIDER-GOODALE CO Boston, Mass., u. c. a. for the Hawaiian Inlands. :ance WALKER, Agent for Hawaiian Island Safes, Ash Trays, Card Cases, Soap etc. from Japan, Provisions, Matting, Toilet Will not clog the pores, stays on all day. Mrs. Nettie Harrison. INGS, Si'ieens, Frames, Etc AWK1 WORK N o Cents per Month 3 Co