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SAVE YOUR MONEY.
HE l'M)ERlGNED If AH ON IIAM
EXTRA No. I,
a l.ta. Mills, 2U I.fcu Kill
Full weight, iborouglly paci-.ed, warranted to keep
weet sdJ gooJ. PRICES FAR BELOW ANY-i
TniXG OF TOE KIND IX TIIE CITY.
BBIS. (OIUIBIA RII'EII SAIM0. !
SEASON 1876, No. I,
00 LBS. F4irh, al Esjaally M)W PKK'KI.
A UNO. A FEW B4RRKM
C. R. SALMON BACKS I
Na. I Extra, Seasaa 1815,
Twa Haaalresl PaaaaU Rarb al IH.OO.
ALSO ' '
A Few Bbls. C. R Salmon !
Na. 1,200 La, eaeh, Seaaaai IS? 4, a I
ihf Lar Price af .
OT Bayers are respectfully requested to r&ll and
examine for themselves. T
XT Order from the Trade, City, and Islands mnllr
respeetfolly llritHl aod promptly tilled.
E. C. r.VCANDLESS,
FISH MARKET STALLS A. 3. Jy 31
WORTH HAV1TJC ! !
A THING Of BKALTV. IT IS SAID, IS
a joy Uttft, and it fitness is the essential Mi uf
beauty, we maintain it is, the ERWINU MACHINE
.Mb ocr of the
PATH WATER WHEE
(a oo of the aaoat beautiful thiols io th world ; nothing
tit the whole rang of taodera invent km being- belter adapted
la rlT human drudgery or Utter (or the purposes intended.
Tba Caste raigaest arc Hprelal A (rats far
woicii IS THE
BEST SEWING MACHINE III USE!
jU HOI NTH OP H PERIOBITV I
For Particulars are Circular.
WE ARB PREPARED TO IXHSI8H THE
to any of lh machines now io oae, which will ran them perfect
ly wit boat the ktM exertion on the part of the operator. These
VTLaela are made hers at the BRASS FOUXDRV. are
superior to thoae Imported, and sold for ksa money.
ELY 0E 1D YOr WILL BE COXYIXCED !
It U a well known fact Chat the ill health of thousands of
women and itirtn, can be traced to the exertion required to
ran Sewing Machines by toot power. A word to the wise ia
96 DILLINGHAM aV CO.
CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
POKES, I TO 3 12 INCHES, I1ICKOKV
RIM3 Ash and Hickory, t to 2 inches;
BURS All aixsa. ' fc y
FELLOES For Ox Carta, aorted aixes, Oak and Ash;
SHAFTS Wajoa and Carriage. finUhed and rough-,
POLES Wagon and Carriage, finished and rough;
Craw Btn, Yokes, Seat RalN,
Wag. ai4 Baggy Bawi !
Always Kitssa IJaad a ad iaa.de la Order,
Ot Cart Wheels and Carts,
IVhirk 1 am prepared to SELL CHEAP.
.rVIWO. ON HAND,
A Large Lot of Ash Lumber I
Hat Leg purchased the entire stock of carriage material from Dil
itsghaa at Co., I to prepared to Sit City and Country Orders
promptly aod at Reasonable Prices.
DIFFERENT STYLES OF
of my awa manufacture, constantly on hand, and
74 and 78 King Street, Honolulu.
A FEW BASKETS
OP TIIE CELEBRATED
Pip ci? Beidsieclz
QUART AND PINTS,
Just weired per D. C. Murray, and for sale ly
tag 28 H. IIACFKEIJ) A CO.
FLOUR AND BREAD,
HEMP AND MANILA CORDAGE !
AT LOWEST RATES DY
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Brand's Bomb Lances, -
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
INVOICE OF AMERICAN CLOCKS !
R SALE al SAN FRANCISCO PRICES,
SALLIDBJ BELLIES !
84j o H- HACB.M v a w.
C. BREWER & CO,
JUST ARRIVED from BOSTON
ASKS f t .MBKRLANU COAL.
NFH' BEDFORD OIL 5tlOOKf.
RI.ACK PAINT, BARREL ROHIN,
lil'BBS AND 8P0KM.
SWEDISH IRON, REFINED IRON
Rnund anl Flat.
N. B. PILOT BREAD in casks.
Parker House Soaps, Hunt's Axes.
Iron Hubb Wheetharrowa,
Lieatlior X3 oltlug,
Rivets, amorted sites.
Fence Wire, Nos. 6 & C !
Rubber Hose Hose, 1 inch, Braaa Wire Beirea,
Cedar Boat Boards, Best Caustic Soda,
Cases Downer's Kerosene Oil, Pine Shooks
Columbia River Salmon !
JL'ST RECEIVK1) PER J. A. FALKIN
BCRO in barrels and half barrels. For sale by
salt C. BRKWKR A CO.
Knowles' Patent Steam Pomp? !
C. Brewer & Co.,
SOLE AUKVIS FOR TIIE IIUVAHA ISLANDS,
Receive per Syren from oston,
OF TtlE ABOVE
Celebrated Pumps, from No. 2 to 0,
ANI ARE READY TO RECEIVE OR.
OER3 lor ajy of (he pomps of this make to be forwarded
overland if neceacary,
BOILER PEED PUMPS.
SI RIP PIMPS,
Pumps for Hot or Cold Water, Salt Water
Prices and other information given by
auU C. BREWER A CO., Agents.
AT THE OLD STAID
FORT & QUEEN STS.
WE ARK PREPARED TO OFFER AT
LOW RATES FOR CASH I
and on Liberal Terms for Approved
Ea U ES 23 3 2HL
MILMJ& MATERIALS 1
: . f
a-a an i j
Pickets and Laths.
- Posts, sawed and rough
Surfaced Boards and Flank, '
Rustic Siding, Clapboards,
Eastern Clear White Pine!
I io. 1) in. 1 in. and 2 in.
EASTERN DOORS--RaieJ. Panel,
1 mo. 2 mo. and Saab.
Eastern Uopainted Blinds,
Eastern Glaied 8aan.
CALIFORNIA DOORS-Raised. Panel. 1 mo.
2 mo. and Sasb.
California Painted Blinds. Cala. Glazed Saab.
Hubbuck's Zinc and Lead I
Scotch Zinc and Lead.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL !
Turpentine and Patty, Varnish, Paint and White
GLASS, all Sizes!
Locks, Baits, Hinges, Bolts, Window Springs,
Hooks and Eyes.
English, German and American,-io great variety,
At Low Rates.
Salt at marlxet rates
WILDER & CO.
McE WAN'S PORTER !
JUST ARRIVED. IN STONE JUGS, Qls.
anJ pints. 7) For Pale by CHAS. LONG. 1
(Koimnc rcial SVbbrrtiscr:
SATVRDA 1'. OCTOBER 10.
- The Science of Storms.
- The science of storms is bat imperfectly under
stood. A disagreement exists between the closest
students cf meteorology on the subject. RedScld
Irads a strong following la the Advocacy of the
theory that " a storm consists of a column of air of
uokaowo height, aui varying in diameter from a
few hundred feet to one or two thousand miles, re
volving around an axis perpendicular or somewhat
incline-, and moving onward, its base being the
surface of the earth." This has bees designated
the rotary or cyclone theory. Espy, Peltier, Brmndes
and others advocate the centripetal or inblowing
theory, which sets forth that " the air in every
storm blows from all quarters toward a common
centre, if the s'orm is round, and toward a common
line if the storm is oblong. This motion is attri
buted " to the rushing op ward of corrent above
this centre or line on the surface." Espy attributes
this upward air current to beat, while Peltier and
others ascribe it to a " eonvective discharge of elec
tricity." It is unnecessary to explain these two
theories in detail. The adherents of both have ex
patiated on the phenomena of the same tornadoes,
claiming that they proved conclusively the correct
ness of their respective deductions. Professor Wil
liam BLaaius is the promulgator of a new theory,
embracing some of the principles embodied in the
cyclone and the centripetal theories, and which now
appears in the form of a book, entitled Storms :
thtir Mature, Classification and Laws. He attri
butes all storms to a disturbance in the equilibrium
of the atmosphere, produced by the. effects of the
sun's heat " a difference in temperature at different
points the main cause of motion in the air." But
the currents producing this disturbance are always
in opposite directions.' If the disturbance Is of a
perpendicular nature, the w&rm current ascends
and the cold one descends; if horizontal, the warm
current flows above the cold current in one direction,
while the latter flows in the other. He classifies
storms and their characteristic clouds as follows :
- 1. Local or Vertical Stormt. Stationary. Cen
tripetal. Produced by a tendency of the atmosphere
to re-establish in a vertical direction an equilibrium
that has been disturbed. Characteristic clouds
2: Progressive or Lateral Storms. '. . Traveling.
Produced by a tendency of the atmosphere to re
establish in a lateral direction an equilibrium that
has been disturbed. There are two kinds : (a) Equa
torial or Nbrtheatt Stormt. Winter storms. Pro
duced by a warm current displacing a cool one to
supply a deficiency toward the poles. .Temperature
changing from cool to warm. Direction to the north
eastern quadrant. Characteristic clouds stratus,
(b) Polar or Southeast and Southwest Storm.
Summer storms produced by a cool current displa
cing a warm one to supply a deficiency toward the
equator. Temperature changing from warm to cool.
Direction to the southern semi-circle. Characteris
tic clouds comulo-stratus.
3. Loco-Progressive or Diagonal Storms. Trav
eling locally. Rotary (tornadoes, hail-storms, sand
storms, water-spouts, etc.), produced by a tendency
of the atmosphere to re-establish the equilibrium of
a polar storm which has been disturbed in the plane
of meeting by a peculiar configuration of the ground.
Direction, the diagonal of the forces of the two
opposing currents transversely through the polar
storms. Characteristic clouds conns.
Professor Agassis was very much interested in
Blasius' investigations, which commenced with the
destructive tornado that swept over West Cambridge,
Mass., in August, 1851, and aided him in every pos
sible way. In gratitude he has in part dedicated
the result of his labors to the memory of his de
parted friend. But Professor Henry and Lieutenant
Maury bad but little faith in the new storm theory
of Blasius, if we judge it by the measure of the en
couragement they were willing to give him. Neither
of these two scientists would invite him to address
the Smithsonian Institute on the subject, although
given very distinctly to understand that such an in
vitation would be acceptable. Blasius now intimates
that Maury has been trying to steal some of his
thunder by tactily indorsing the statement that he is
the author of Blasiaa' explanations of the tropical
calms, and he quotes a paragraph from one of
Maury's letters, which completely upsets that gen
tleman's claims, from whatever source they may
have emanated. A colored map of the West Cam
bridge tornado, plates representing the various
cloud-forms, and diagrams illustrating the theories
promulgated, are profusely scattered through the
book. . Original articles from the New York press,
and communications published in the Signal Service
reports on the phenomena of storms, form the ap
'pendicea. The United States Minister at Stockholm states
that 30,000 pupils study horticulture or forest cul
ture in the common schools of Sweden.
DICKSON, 61 FORT ST.,
AS TIIE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT"
Kou Calabashes. Kapas, Mais,
Native Dresses, Shell Necklaces, fcc, to be foucd In Ho.
Ddalu, and for sale at LOW PRICES t
PICTURE FRAMES !
In Great Number and Variety.
PIIOTOGIlAPII-A Urge Stock of Hawai
ian Views and Portraits
llwaj9 Band, Uleaoted en Cards er Is moan ted,
092 FOR MAILING. or
P I LOT BREAD!
Good for Chicken Feed, Ac ' '
KAKAAK0 SALT, per Bag or Ton,
Of ike Beat Qaallir Cat ua If Repaired.
JAS. I. BOWSETT,
970 3m Corner Queen A Fort 8ts.
SOLID METAL WORK.
IS ORDER TO CLOSE OUT TIIE BUSI
NESS EGKART WILL SELL AT COST !
FOR THB NEXT THREE MONTHS,
1 HE FINE STOCK OF SOLID
GOLD AM) SILVER JEWELRY"
TABLE WARE !
CANES, SHELL WORK,
AND OTHER FANCT ARTICLE..
Call Soon and Secure Great Bargains
AT THE FORT STREET STORE.
' English arid Saam English' '
Mr. H A. Freeman has bea dViivfring a course
of aix lctnrt-at the London Iutiio Hon on "The
Vae or lb.' relish Language," in t! last f
which niitd irttt otae -.;iiim 4 for'igQ
words which had iri.lantd good .f!r!gi:.o! word,
and til words which had 5irf?d into UUy ur iu
a snse very different from their real moaning.
Neatly all writers, and frequently those who write
hurriedly for daily paper, and whose knowledge
of the English language is gained r freshened by
the reading of papers, occasionally u.e tte? un
necessary or incorrect ,rds mentioned by
Mr. Freeman. Some of thrt? are wirii . rum
beriog. One that is iu common use ia r ovation."
which a witness ia the Tichboro trial described a
'yelling and hooting." It wa a term applied to
a Roman celebration, at which a victorious gen
eral walked to the place wrwre a beep (ovr) tn
sacrificed iu hw honor, a ad it. was inferior to a
triumph,"' at which the victorious geiwal rode
in a chariot to the place where a bull was cri
ficed. "Traaiiire"'.oiite nwanl t i euui(-ttt jc'l
tally, but now an event -transpirt-s' wfc-!i.-v-r
anvtxing bapi-us. Men "'allude to" each other
by name. heu Uiy actually jak" uf each
other. Waiters Hie not Kent to -'find uut" any
thing l auytl.iMif they Are j.old to ascer-
! Ui' ir loluqiire"' Tiadcsinni d nvt '-send
in their bills, but - rentier ibeir account. ana
singers do not " sing pstlui," but the. psalm are
beautifully "rendered." Things dJ not "begin"
nowadays, but are "inaugurated.'" and statiies
re" also a "Inaugurated,"- nor "uncovered " or ua
veiled.' Tfl coricludin-'his interesting lecture;
Mr. Freeman said that the great use, of lecture is
to set people thinking for themselves." and if each
one would think what he could do lor the English
language, a reform would rohmi be: wrought.: One
great use . of speaking in plain .Engtudt ! is that
every one must ihen know what it is he means to
say. and that if the speaker means nothing at all.
this is at once found out; while, if he ue high
flown foreign words, people are not sure what it
is tbey mean, or whether they really have any
JUST RECEIVED FROM TAHITI, EX
, brig W. II. ALLr.N,
Supe r, i b t I ro 11 Wo o d ,
XT Will burn loogfr and give greater hut IhaP aur olhr
kind of wood. Nothing; in town a patch upull it is is the
kind. For Sale at KeaaoiiaMe Kat by
an" - S. C. ALLKN.
BEEF & PORK. ;
Oregon Mess Beef
Eastern Prime Pork,.
Eastern Mess Pork,
frUJH SALE BY
' wl8 2m- , -
- AW! HCIKCK A Ci.',
GO TO THE FOUNTAIN SALOON,
FORT fcTRKRT. ' i
R. C KIBBV, ------ - PROPRIETOR.
i' ii it. no i u n. as . it it !.
atraaar av- a, ' mm mm m s awv sw m a
1 :sa. STT E?acr . a.i & a t a. f S aii-t:v3 a
r.r.i. .vi t ra a j i.b. wrt iriitxi u
oVIork a. m. U9i p. m. Suutlajrt rlost mt 1 p. u
ICE CEEA3I, KKI) SODA, (sIXGF.R POP, He,
and all gocx! things Chut the Market furnishes, in aason.
LUMBER, JUIBER !
LEAVERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
HAVE ON HANI) A NO FOR SALE.
Boards, Flanks and Battens,
- iror West Tongned and Grooved Boards,
Nor -West Surfaced Planed Boards
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tcngued and Grooved Boards,
DOORS, MOWS Al BUMS!
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws.
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c, &c.
FOR PLANTATION TSE.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WHEELWRIGHT AND PLANTATION VSE. r
WHITE EASTERN PINE
; ; . '-i BOARDS AND PLANKS.
WALL PAPER !
All OTHER "BUG MATERIALS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
o,o o o
FOR SALE LOW BY
C. BREWER &m
CHINESE TILES !
A FEW THOUSAND OF GOOD QUAL
ITY, 1 6 x 16. w.ll be -K-.K1 chrai, by
9s BOLLIS CO
IVTEW GOODS !
OTcw Goods !
------ " -. TiwT ;...
FROM CHINA DIRECT,
Per Brig HAZARD,
;VOV OPF.MNO AND FOR SALE BY
VtJ TIIK LNDkRiilNKD,
JKWFLRV IN Sirrs.of finri sjiiMlitj, foM
nn.l ertrl, coral liger claws, tr., Ac.
- : SII.K DRES5U-J ol sliflfereal fwilrrna. aird :
PINA Suiptsl Gail. c ,
I. A DUX' Sl.trrKKS 4 f-ncr sljls.
('rape SIihwIh. lirajw Clttiti, Silk NVoU 1V.
Toi"iH-Mr, Fr4jLr nnljiiV Fitn-, T
Sanl:il Wooil.- Irrj. ToiitHsLHI. al I-ac
! "queml Ware ol all lcrii)liaaV. . i. ;
. Flowcml VnrHi'of all siz and liv .
Silver Ware. Very fine.
While Mailing nf Terr finest quulilv,"
White Contract MtUlin Sim. I and 2.
' Assorti'il C'olor'l Mjlliiijf No. 1 and 2.
')tin(ihir Wmm1 Trunks in Nenls Lnl intlily.
' .ijtiiapljiir WimmI Tunk in Ni-ih Si?-""' 'j
('nmidiur WoihI Trunks in NVcl N. 2,
, . ' l 1 ' ..)!. t " i '
Manila Rope l-nl qualily and of all sie.
KASKCTS OK VKIiY. FJNK 1JHKAKFAST 1 FA !
. ' SUAU MATS. .1N(JI.E AND DOFHIJl, ".
TEAS, all ofthe new season!
Huui'lti.ug in Cliests, jlb.'piu-kages,
- Hjmin, iu Lib boxes, .
OoloDg vf verjr superior qoalily.'
PRESERVED j I NGER AND CHOW r CHOW.
Cignr.-!. . Cigars ! Cigars !
Genuine Manilas and Imitations.
FIRE IKUKKRS 4. FIREWORKS, all drrta!Uas
FULL LINES OF STAPLE GOODS TOO NUMER
OUS TO MENTION. ' -
AFONC & ACHUCK,
18 Mis... S(rl.
: n t i . . St Til ;..".;.- i r . . , 'i ,
BY THE UNDERSIGNED!
' ' '
rflONS BEST SMITH'S COAL,
1 Tons hntl GiaKfrow Bplinl 8team Coal.
' bar Iron, io Assorted Piimi,
LIME JUICE CORDIALS !
v. - ,
" In I Jw. es. of Ibe Celebrated Manufactttre of JohB s
Ibe Celebrated Manuf
Gilloo A Co., tilasf",
ALSO, A. FEW OF
Smith & Wellstood's Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES!
Highly Recommended by those who have tried theai, still
on hand and will be disposed of at Low Ram to Puit the Titor.
FOLLOWING MACHINERY I
ON K SUGAR MILL. COMPLETE?
THREE WESTON'S CENTRIFL'GA L
MACHINES I v
FIVESTEAM CLA RIFIERS. 400
v- aad ado GALLONS.: !
DRY GOODS !
Various Desioriptionsi X
PER BARK D. C. MURRAY.
Cases Ileidseick's Champagne,
Caam Assorted Brands Champagne, . . j
Cases Hennessy's 1, 2 and 3 Star Brandy,
Case Assorted Brands Brandy, Cases b?t Claret,
Cases Best Scotch Wbisk'y, Cases Best Holland Oio,
. Bankrts Bt Holland Qto, stone jugs
Casrs Best Old Tom Gin, Cases Assorted Clarets.
BEST AMERICAN W II I S K I E S t
Occidental, Hermitage and O. f. C.
Cases Best Pale Sherry, Cases Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Hennessy's Pale Brandy,
Quarter Caeks Pale Bherry,
Quarter Cask. Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rani,
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE,
Pints and Quarts.
Blood, Wolfe A Co. s India Pale Ale, pints and quarts .
' Bass A Co.'s India Pale Ale, pints and qaarts;
... Orange Bitters,
. , , ALSO
nST RElEIVED PER "0,11!"
llEWAN'S XXX STOl'T. IN STONE Jl'U,
ilM. PISTS AND WUART8. i
Port Wise, Ib i in, c.; Sherry Wise, Is 3 o. t.
Or 8UPKR10R QrAI.ITY.
961 F. T. LENEHAN A. CO.
FROM CrTTINO A CO.'S CELEBRATED KACTUKV,
C-SASES MOCK Tl'HTLK Mill'!'. ISJIM I
J ROAST Beef. CaMS Boiled beef. Cases Roast Matloa. i
Cases Boiled Mot too, Caes Roat Vejtl, "s Turkey, Cases I
Chicken, Cases Soups. 4 ., sr. I
For .cale by BuI.tt'S A CO.
CLARA BELL,' STEAHERS, AflD CEYLOIJ !
. 2 . ; i - , - i .!;?
EIGHT-CARD BOOT bOT; MATCHES ! !
KEROSENE OIL. DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY;)
IN iat:m M Ntt..I.K N.
Dairy Salt,5 IO lb. Bags, Boston mikci ! ? iWlk l,i!'j!!;Vi
A Fino Assortment of Stationery, Ox Bows,
Shovels, Spades, &c, &c.,
Axo, Oo, Hoc, Adz and Slodgo Handles,
TC i Mi HntiJil Vnrnishj Atsortcd PAinta in. OIL? iH
A Good Assortment
F6 Arrive' per Steamer,
A FINE ASST. OF, BEST. ENGLISH PRINTS !
- . i Cloths, Cassimores, Watorproois, &c.
Chromo .Picture for Scrap Booki. . ,
:?l!iUCP FOODrATJmv KATKS AT
..... V' " -d- '' - i - - t
B XJ r, m?
- CS 4 C r
THIS HEALTH-OIVINO, LIFE-SAVIXO MEDIOINE, IS A PlSlTlVE '
. " ' ERADICATOK OFii !: j ?:? r? n
... ..... .
fi ft ?y O. ' (i :-.
' sT . -e
And Disorder of ilic
i ' -
If aflbrJs immeJiale relief; and from one to t LolJlcn (ocording to the. evrrity of tU
rase,) will effect a cure. It is of the utmost importance to maintain the human
frame in a state of healihfulncs by assisting tlie power 'of dietion, and by 4
- tjrging the absorbents into a healthy, action, by which means all impurities
t j. ): . U '; t J f , ?.: ' ; i ' Ot. Wit , i I idf.i'U
are expelled' from the Bystem without the aid of mineral poisons. This.
can be accomplished if you will partake of that r-trength-giving
-.- It! -
and invigorating (tttrictlt veyttahle) Medicine .: !''('. I .
Onrfs Dyspepsia CJiire' antl IA vcr Invioral or I
By iu potent and speeJj action upon the Digestive Organs, and its toning aul aireug tbenjug tUa
stomach and buoying up tbe system, at the same) time Inciting the llrer from its utortltl state, aod tjr
gently relaxing lit bowels, tbe Intestines and tbelr Immediate function are rliere-d from uttbealUit
secretions. Tbere is no raediclne-ao safe, sure and efficacious, as
Burt's. Dyspepsia Cure xuid -fAyer Iiivl;oralor,
wblcb i at once combaU with and conouers DVSt'ErSlA, CONSTII'ATION and WLI2J, aad
tbeir attendant eyils , . . .
As many are not aware) from what Dyspepsia arises, it la tbmigbt adrUabl to rueolioa (Lst iu noiua
ins lances it will" affect the patient with a pain at Ibe pit of tbe stomaeh, caused b audlgeeimt food (
sort of pulp in a state of fermentation), Hick Headache, lleartbarn. Waterbraaa. I'ala In tba K44e sod
Breast, Bad Taste in tbe Mouth. Foul Tongue, Acidity of Hie Stomach. Loas cf SUp and AppeUie.
Weariness, Faintneas, Vertigo, Huddert Flnsbea, CbilU, aod tbe Net ye Fabrlo beooraes shattered, la
fact eery Oriran aymDatblzes to some exU nt with a disordered Stomach, and DrtebU relma rasa-
pant. Many there are wbo imagine tbey are in consumption, who bare a backing cough, are to Ian
s i a a . f . k . . s . ... ...
cboly, bordering on hypochondria, bare beetle flnftb,
are supposed to oe tne premonitory sympiou oj
evidences tnat you are araiciea wun dyspepsia. .
Burt's Dyspepsia Cure and Liver I tivirrorafor
ia tbe antidote; H fipeedlly counteracts and remotes this diseaae, and if you will persevere In Ink dig It
for a abort time, a permanent cure will be tbe result I'ersous sutfering from CUNH1 IJ'ATJO.N will
experience relief by occasionally taking a dose of this Vegetable Medicine. It imparls a healthy con
dition to tbe bowels And Intestines, eradicate corruption and impurities f Uj seau-ni, and fteaiaUe it
with new life. Tbe most aggravated cases of TILKS also readily ancctunb to ltn curatira pr open tea
of this medicine, i
Many living wilnessea are willing Io be referred to. wbo bad drawn on a miserable eiialeuee lor
years, who have been entirely cured by Ibis extraordinary Medicine. In a word,
Burt's Dyspepsia Cure and .Liver Tnviorator
places all the avnues W health
iTlioi,oiig,lily IPiivifyiiigr Ui Blood !
Hence it i that all cutaneous eruptions and disease of tbe skin, Tetter. Salt Kbeuin, Kitigworu, and
tbeir kindred complaints, are eradicated by its hse. It renders tbe kln clear, soil and traiisparent,
transforming tbe sallow complexion into one of freshness and juvenile bloom. It being m mild cathar
tic, elderly people will find . comfort by lis occasional use. as it is ruild iu it. operation, and t not
unpleasant to take.' In conclusion, ; , , -s , . , ; ,
Burt's Dyspepsia Cure aiid Liver Iiiviffbriitoi is
not .. Nostrum,
but is prepared from a formula of a regularly educated a ltd diHUugninbed I'liyttrt inn, wbo coimlsnily
prescribed It in bis family pracllce wilh the happiest refill!. In placing Ibis inedW'ine before the
public the proprietors do mi with Ibe utmost cotiOdence that Ms-use will be attended with success even
in the most severe can. Its nnvarvinz success among their friends, and tbe favorable teatimoiiy tbey
daily receive from tboee wbo have bees benefited
. m . : irAj:.t w, r I r . 1 i ...i I .. - A
That Burt a Dyspepnla Cure and l.lver Invlgoraior
testimony of those who have used it.
LET THOSE WHO, ARE
uch will he their testimony. fr tbey will be cured. Fare your doctor's bill ; use H'WltT.-jp;" tM
and I.iver Invlgorator and you will be happy. IU at 4!W
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of Shelf Hardware !
CASTLE & COOKE'S.
DISEASES of the LIVER,
BIi IvSTIVi: OUCiAIYS I
mental and, physical debility, At all of wblcb
consnmpuon. woen mey are reany ana truly
in a sanitary condition, by
by its use. cause thetn td believe Ibat they are
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is ine rei ieicUM ia me woriti. is tarn uaiver-ai ,
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