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PJllUAY. SLMtCII 0, 1885.
MEDICINE AND SURGERY IN INDIA.
A correspondent thus writes : "Re
Rnrcliug the native treatment of
disease in India, one of the most
ciuious things 1 ever witnessed was
ft half-clad native shouting through
the streets of a country town ; 'Docs
any one want back his sight? one
rupee only 1' as if he were hawking
fruits or sweetmeats ; and, to my
astonishment, a patient soon pie
scnted himself to be operated on for
cataract. There and then standing
in the bazaar, the itinerant oculist
took out his penknife and performed
tho operatiou in a few minutes,
bound up the man's eyes, and lolling
him to keep in tho dark for a fort
night, received his fei of one vnr.ee.
fe' and shouted his war-cry for more
patients. The operation was almost
unvaryingly successful ; one instance
amonff niv servants boinsr si woman
k of eighty, who had charge of my
P fowl-house, and had for many a day
m been sinrhtlcss. excent to distinguish
light from darkness, and who in this
way was successfully operated upon.
l jueniucs mis operator inure are none-
j' setters, and medical rubbers, male
E' ami female, especially represented
uy the hereditary Iowcastc uccoucte
use of each village, whose skill in
shampooing is such au aid in her
lowly calling as the native regard
it as to supplant much of the use
less medicine and enforced rest of
more civilized countries, and save
endleps mischief and suffering to her
sex. What skill they have is of
course almost purely traditional.
' None of the science of the woild or
British usage has yet altered in the
slightest degree either the customs
of tho native or his horror at tbc idea
of male physicians for womau es
pecially in certain ailments and
their wonder at our obtusencss and
disregard of propriety on so delicate
a point. To supply a vacancy so
long unfilled, lady-doctors have now
appeared on the scene, who, it is
hoped by reaching the zenanas, may
reach the real source through which
a higher enlightenment in India is
possible. An immense field is open
to them along with every encourage
ment; and were but some of the
many young ladies at homo who are
straining licalih for a futura pittance
iu one or other of the spheres of
teaching, to turn their attention in
this direction, they would find an
opening of wider and greater utility
before them, and a prospect of large
and rapid emolument. Chumbtr's
A CONSCIENTIOUS JURYMAN. .
In anti-slavery days in the United
States a man was charged with hav
ing aided in the escape of a runaway
negro. The negro had been carried
into Canada by means of a horse and
waggon, and the connection between
the defendant and the escape was
distinctly proved. The case was in
the United States' Court; the judge
was, to say the least, not impressed
C with the strength of the defence, and
'' everything seemed to be going fatally
against the accused.
At length the judge charged the
jury, and they retired to consider
their verdict. Greatly to the sur
prise of Mr. Dana, who was engaged
in the case, they did not come back
: at once with a verdict, but remained
out a long time.' The day went on,
and the judge sent them a message
asking' whether they wished any
further instructions, but they did
not think instructions necessary.
The delay irritated the judge, and
he sent them word again that if
they did not agree they would be
locked up for the night. They were
locked up for tho night, but in the
morning they were as far from agreo-
ment as ever, and at last, a verdict
being evidently out of the question,
they were discharged. No explana
tion was given bj' anybody of the
cause of the disagreement, ana the
whole case died out of the public
Years afterwards Mr. Dana was
trying a case in some out-of-the-way
place, and, as ho was walking down
the steps of the court-house, he was
accosted by a man who looked like
the ordinary New England free
holder. He inquired whether Mr.
Dana remembered him. Mr. Dana
did not. lie then asked whether Mr.
Dana recollected the fugitive blavo
case. Of course Mr.'Dana had no
dilllcnlty in lecalling the circum
stances. "Well," said the maij, "I was on
the jury in that caso."
Mr. Dana's curiosity was now
aroused, and he asked the man
whether he could tell him why the
jury found it impossible to agree.
The man gave a peculiar smile.
"Well," he said, "I'll tell you.
I was the man that disagreed. Thu
rest of the jury wanted to bring in u
verdict of guilty, but I couldn't do
it. 1 stuck it out. It was hard
work all that night; but I couldn't
"Why," .said Mr. Dana, "what
was the difllculty? Didn't the evi
dence satisfy you?"
"Well," the man said, "the fact
was, I was tho man that drove them
ftf - across tho border."
wmmiamMtttwmrV' ' .U W'MH.''.iWMWPy
rlMIK I'mlcMenctl Proprietor nf tho
' PIONEER STEAK CAM FACIORY
desires to inform his patrons ami (lie pub
lie generally tlmt notultliMnnillng tho
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, lias erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
Ou u much more Extensive Scale which
is now la Fuu. Oi'Miatiox, aud which
will be in complete working order by un
Early Arrival of new Muchlnery and
Tools: and Is now again prepared to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and'wlll alwnys have on hauil Ida deli,
clous Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUGAT IN'DAR3,
SUGAtt ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great vailUy OKT
Gmn Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all dcciipllbns. All thos-o Home
Made Fresh nnd Pure Confections, 1 jell
at 50 cents PEll POUND.
RICK WEDDING CAKE
Of the Fincl Flavor, in all sizes always
on hand nnd rrnamented in the
most artistio style.
MXTVOJE 3?Z3E: !
always fresh, us also
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at CO cents per pound.
Will receive per Consuelo the balance
of my new macli'.ncty of tho newest de
signs for manufacturing all descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking the public
for previous liberal patronage and so.
liclting a continuance of same.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
TJIR OLD STAND. 71 lldtcl Street
P. O. Box No. 75;. . . ..Telephone No. 74
' . My Bcolc of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Give nil necessary iufoimatinn.
Price, Twenty-Five C'cntH icr copy.
Silk Worm Eggs, llech, Trees, Cut
lings, Seeds, &c7, for sale at thoery
lowest market latcs.
Thcrmoniolcr and Barometer Combined
For use of Silk Kaisers, free by mail
only 75 cents.
I will he iIeacd to give infounation
to correspondents who apply by letter,
inclosing two-cent stamp lor reply.
Spi'ClitK'n HSnvci or Cocoons SL Heel
ed Villi. XX Cents.;
None hut ailichsof the flrstqualily sold
Address all communications to
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossifer,
Practical Silk Cultuii&t,
New Li-1 on. Eutlington Co.
AIo ucent for the " Kaleidoscope,"
only R0 cts per year in advance. !l 14
BEOS to inform hln numerous custo.
. mcrs and the public that ho is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In thu store
Risen from the Aslies !
LOVE'S MEW BAKERY !
MRS. LOVE desires to intimate to
her numcioiih old' customers ami
the public generally, Unit her bakery,
IcMtro.ycl ly ITlre,
Has been lcstorcd In handsome, sub
stantial and convenient form. She Is
thcieloro prepaicil to Mipply the largest
custom wltli ,
Plain and Fancy Bread
of the best quality, aud manufactured
by tho most approved methods.
Everything In the lino of a first-class
bakery will no carried on with greater
facility than before the lire.
Tho Lunch & Coffee Room
is also i cstorc.il in moro elegant style
than ever, aud at uitcs that cannot bo
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Strcoi.
Honolulu, Dec. 12, 1881. 802
AN ALARMING DISEASE AFFLICTIHC
A NUMEflOUS GLASS.
The disease loinmciu-c ,vilh a slltht
derangement ot Uir stomach, hut, if
neglected, It Iu time Imolvei the whole
frame, cmbraiitig the kidneys, llur,
paneienx, and, in tact, the cntlioglandu.
iar syMini, aid tho nlllictcd din us out a
inlsciablu csUlctico until death gives
roilcf from suffering. Tiio disease is
often mUtaUcM lor other compliiuisi
hut if tho reader will asked himself the
following questions, he Mill bo ahlo to
determine whether he himself is one of
ullllcted: Ilavo 1 distress, palu, or diffi
culty iu breathing after eating? 1 there
n dull, heavy feeling attended by drow
siness? Have tho eyes a yellow tinget
Does a thick, stleliy, mucous gather
about the gums aud teeth In the mom
lugs, aicomp.iiiied by a dlsagioeable
taste? Is thu tongue coaled? Is tht-ie
pains iu the tide and back Istlwrcii
luliH'S') about the right Mile as II Hie
liver were enlarging I UieiucoMlu
niss? Isthereo)tlgoor dlr.r.ltie.'s when
lislnii sudiiinly iioni a huriziutitl po--i
lion? A'c the secretions from thu kid
neys scanty and highly culuiucd. with a
deposit nllir standing? Dues food for
incut, soon after eating, accompmled by
flatulence or a belching of gas from the
-tumacli? Is Iheio frequent palpitation
of tbu heart? Then) various symptoms,
may not be ptcsent at one time, butihcy
toiuipui the sufferer In turn as the dread
ful disease progio-sc. if the cite be
one of long Handing, thcic will be a dry,
backing coach, attended niter a time by
expectoration. In very advanced stages
the skin assumes ri. diity brownish up.
pcArnnce, and tbu hands and feet, aie
covirvd by a cold, Micky peispliatlon.
As the liver and kidneys Income ir.tre
uii.1 moro dU-cascd, rheumatic pains up.
pear, nmUhe usual iLatineiit iocs en
tiiuly unavailing against this latter ngo
ntztng disorder. Tneorig'n of this mala,
-ly is indigestion ordysptpsia, aud a small
quaniilv of the pi'opcr medicine will
remove" the disease it taken in its inci.
plcncv. U is mot Important that tho
disease should be promptly aud pioperly
treated In its flrs,i stages, when a little
medicine will effect a cure and even
when it has obtained a strong hold the
uoirect remedy should bo peiseived hi
until every vcligo of the disea-o is
ciudicated, until the appetite has re.
turned, and the digestive orgiuii restored
to a healthy condition. Thu mu est nnd
mo.-t effectual remedy for ihisdhlic-siug
complaints is "ScigePo Curative Syrup,"
a vegetable prepaintion sold by all
C'henustsand Medicine VendoisUnough
outtlio wo Id, and by the pioprietors, A.
.1. While Limited, 17, Faringdon Koad,
London, E. U. This Syrup sliikes at the
very foundation of the disease, and
drives it, root and branch, out of the
Market Place, Pocklington, York,
October 2nd, 1882.
Sir, Ueing a suffcicr for years with
dyspepsia in all its worst inrms, and
after, spending pounds in medicines, I
was at last persuaded to try Mother
Seigcl's Curative Syrup, aud am thank
ful to say have derived moie benefit from
it than any other medicine 1 ever took,
and would advise any one suffering from
the same complaint to givo it a tiial, the
results they would soon lind out for
themselves. If you like lo make utc of
this testimonial you are quite ai liberty
to do so.
(Signed) II. Tunxnn.
Seigcl's Operating Pills arc the best
family physic that has ever been dis.
covered. "Tlicy cleanse the bowels
from all iriitaling substances, aud leave
them m a healthy condition. They euro
Ilcnsingham, Whitehaven, Out. Kith, 'S3.
Mr. A. .1. White. Dear Sir, 1 was
for some lime afllicted with piles, mid
was advised to give Mo. her Seigel's
Syrup a trial, v.-lueh I did. 1 nm now
happy to slate that it has icstomt me to
complete health. I lunula, yours re.
John II. Liainroor.
15ih August, 1883.
St. Miiry-streui, Peiei borough,
.November li'Jth, 1881. )
Sir, It pives me gieat plcasuiuto in
form you of ihe benefit I have icccivid
fiom Sulgel's Syrup. 1 have I ecu
Doubled lor yems v.iili ly pupi-ia; but
after a few do?e, of the Syiup, I found
relief, and after taking two buttles of
It I fell quite cured.
Iain, Sir, vours truly,
Mr. A. .T. While. Wim.iam Hiikst.
Dear Sir, i write to t-ll you 'hat Mr.
Henry llillier, of Yate-burg, Wilis, in
foruts me tint ho sull'ircd I una a severe
foun of indigestion lor up'.uiids of four
yuais, and took no end of doctor's medi
lino without ihe sligbteil benellt, and
dcclaies .Mother Scigol' Syiup wiiichlie
got from me lias saved bis life.
(Signed; N. Wkuis,
Mr. White. ChcmM, (Julne.
Dear Sir, I find the sale of Seigel's
Syrup steading increasing. All who have
tried it speak very highly of its medi.
ciimi viituesjono customer describes it
as a "Godsend to dyspeptic people." I
always recommend it with confidence.
(Signed) Yi.scr.NT A. Wim.h,
To. Mr. A. J. W.hite. Merlhyr Tydvil-
Preston. Sept. 21st ISS'l.
My Wear Sir, Your tiyiiipnnd I'llls
are still veiy popular with my customers,
many siying they are the 'best family
Tho other day u customer came for two
bottles of Syiup ami said "Mother
Ecigcl" had saved the life of his wife,
anil he added, "one of thceo bottles I am
heading fifteen miles away to a friend
who is cry ill. I have much faith in
The sale keeps up wonderfully, iu fact,
oiiu would fancy almost that the people
were beginning to hicakfast, dine, and
sup ou Mother boigeiySyrup,thii demand
is so constant and tho batisfactiou so
great,-1 nm dear Sir, vours faithfully,
To A. J. AYbilu. Esq. fi(17 ly
Cleopatra's Needle, in 'Central
J'aric, is grnduully crumbling away.
Can't stand the climate.
An apple most people can't get
along very well without and yet
can't cat, js the apple of their eye.
There are 7f2 miles ofstieetear
lines tramways tlioy are called over
there in Englaud,
mm nm iw i mtm
lluhcti, Jit'ar itf.'!!! Ml.
C. .1. H Annul:, Propiicjor.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings and F nlsh always on hand.
E3j Oidois promptly attended to. "CJa
Bffnrd and SSt.ft Store Wood,
03t Cut ami Split 1y
TTAV1KG EKEAHGED THESE
Central & Commodious Stablos
wo tiro prcp-tred to furnish flnt-cliifs
tuiiiuls with rciKle kor.'O, with or
wiihnnl chlvprs, A lino wagonette in
day inci night. Horses taken to board
by day, wiek. or mouth, on reasonable
te'rms." Saddle horses to let,
Horners Botagvlii tiucl Sold,
Satisfaction g ar.mtccd.
0 W. MCFAKEAXE, ) Pr,
E. It. MILE-. ' Props
,PS 'J'cleplif'r.e JNn. 3'J.
ft KM fl
H II P
Cornel' ot I'oi't nnd Hotel Win.
ilor.-o Shoeing a specialty
A first-class man being specially engaged
for thai work.
Skip and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on the Esplanade, op. IIoppcr's.20-1
Tin, CopDor and Sheet Iron "Worker
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &o.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
. House Furnihliing Goods,
77 Chaniloliers, Lamps, &o.
WILDJSlt'S S. S. CO.
aSc; King, Commander,
Ixiaveri Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at I.uliaiiia, Mua
laua Bay, Makena, Maliukonn, Ka
wailiae, i.aiipalioeliou mid Hilo.
Hetiirnlng, will touch at all the
alove portu, arriving at Honolulu
each Fatunlay iifii'iiioim.
jfat FOIt KOI.OA & WAI.MEA,1
The Clipper Schooner
J?. Kibhlln.-r, .... Master,
Will run regularly to thu polls of
KOIOA, IIANAPl:PE WAIMEA,
KAUAI. For fi eight or paspago apply
lo tho Captain on board, or to thu
Pacii'ic Navigation Co,,
8C0 llm Cor, yuutuiu & Queen MR.
TJIU VAST HAIMKa
will inn leguiarly
TO WAIALU.V EVEEY MONDAY,
Hemming on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain ou hoard, or to
l1'acivio Navigation Co.,
-e . 7
BBEWEH & CO,
Oiloi' X'oi fertile
un nn TiitUDfinaTTiTtii
Light E.iprciM Wagons,
Es Top Carriage.
STE AEV2 O AL
Com. Wood Chair,
Fine MnlaMCi Hho ilis,
, kc Chcst;, Koi, '.',", and fl,
i Lob.slers, lib Ins; Eoan,nlb tns
Hay Cutters. Hos. 1. 2, & 3.
' Fail-bank's Scale, No?. T,S,10& 11'
Centrifugal Lining, 1'. Inch;
Comp. Nnilr,, 1'jj, L1J Inch.
Manila Cordage, Assorted;
Galvanized Fence Staples,
FARMERS 10ILSES 28 m 25 BALLS,',
Sipal Koj o, Assoitcd,
. Dump Enrrows,
Y. METAL SHEATHING
111, 18, 'CO, L'2, 24 and 20 oz'.;
Hair Mattresses !
Grindtone-!, Rubber lloc,
Hide Poison. Barbed
Wire, llelined Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Galvanized Screws aud AVashers.
E. P. Adam Queen st
Lyous & Levey, Queen st
Alvin 11. Iiascmunu.... Gazette Uuilding
Bishop & Co., Merchant st
W. McCandlcss, Fish Market
Boot uml Hlioes.
L, Adlcr, Nuuanu st
Clir. Geitz, Koit st
Temple of Fashion Foit st
Nol I c Fort st
McCaithy '.".... Uoul st
Gonsalvc.4 & Co Hotel st
Touijdu of Kiliion toil st
W. .Miller Hotel M
Lycan k Co, V ji 1 1
VT.n. Page,----..: Foil si
Iliwailau C.nri.itc Co., Queen si
Uicui'H mill Toljni'co.
0 McCinliy Asior Billiard 3 aloon
Xolies Eeaer fcaloon Fort st
Fisher's Champagne Cider Lililia st
Caitdy Factory and lialtcry.
F. Hoin, .' Hotel st
Ciii'iiciitcrs anil Itnllilern.
P. Wilhulm King si
G. Luea,..t Fmt si
VT llhiaiU Queen M
Dry anil fancy oortn.
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I. T. Wiiteiluiiiie, Queen si
J.T. W..t l'hiius , Kingbt
I. T. i .'iteihnuii Foil st
15. F. EhleiM; Co Foitst
M. A. Uen-nho & Co Hotel M
Temple of Fathion Foi t nt
Exeeiitctl with neatness and dispatch,
Daily Bulletin. Steam Printing Office,
Bills of Lading
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Holli-urA. Co.. 1-iilnl
OrnjnKO ami t'nrtnse.
Frank IluMnie .Queen st
Q. Hubliisoii Queen st
Fire tntiiiiuni'e A;inl!i.
H. Ilieinciischncidcr,..at lit er vV Co'e.
C. 0. liurgcr, Men h utst
Jent'n FimiNlilun triooitn.
Ehlcis V Co,, I'oit st
N. S. Sachs Fun st
(injalvcH A Co., Motel st
HSTicgloan FurtA. llmcl tls
Urucerlev and t'rovlstouu,
A. S. Clugliiirit &, Co Queen st
Wolfed Liluar la,. ..Foil eo Nuuanu sit
Lewis & Co, Hotel st
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Wilson In o-., Fort st
Hih-hc. Trainers, it c.
11 Rcilh l.Mdulaiii P.uk
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Levy Jc Wii.uiu.iin.uiilera ut H U. nun's
Hay mill Feed tstoi-ce.
Wolfe & Li(imls....Kii:g it Nuuanu ets
Union Feed Cj, Quiun t
Lalnc AiCo, .., foil H
G. E. irhe.iinau. Kiug (t
Jim it ware.
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