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A SKILFUL SURGICAL
Th AiiiBrlonn Atulmwnilor ht Vliniin,
Sir Khiui, bus Inlclv f'HnnnlPil to his
Government nn Inti'icMing iieeoiint of i
ramnrhnblc fiiikUmI cipctnlloii Intr-lv
norfoiincd by Prori inor Illllioth, of
Vienna, which, wonderful to tell, ton
slstcd in tln icmovitl of u portion
of tho liuiunn slouniuli, Involving
neaily oucthlrd of the ui gin nnd.
strange to sny, the NtUnit roeoverid
tho 'only Miinwful 'opeVmloli of tlio
kind over performed. T'he dtsi'iso for
which thU operation wm performed
was cnuccr nt tlio stomach, uttended with
the following symptoms: The npnetitc
U qulto jiooi. Tlieio Is u peculiar union,
rrllmblo dislics in the stomach, a feci,
ing thnt has been dcs.ilbul in u fninl
"ailsouc" sensation , a sticky slime col.
lecls about tho IcpIIi, cipccfally in the
morning, accompanied bynn unpleasant
taste. Food fulls to satisfy this pcoullai
faint sensation, but, on tlie uontintv, it
appears to negrnvato the feeling. The
eves sue mnken, tinged with vellow; tho
handstand feel bciomorold nml stiekv
n'c-bld 'pcHplrnllou. Tlie sullcrcis lccl
tired nil the time, mid sleep does not
seem to give rest. After a time the pa.
tient becomes nervous and Irritable,
globmv, his mind filled with evil fore,
bodlngs. When rising suddenly from,
n recumbent position tbcic is a dlylncsv,
ti whistling saltation, iikul he Is obliged
to K'H1 -otm.'llilng llrm to keep fiom
falling .The bowpls eoulvc, the skin
dry and hoi at limes; Ibo bipod bccohi.
ing thick mid Miurinnt, iiiid dobs not
urctilmi inopcilr. After n time the
p.itient s-plt-i tip food boon' after c itiiij,
sometimes in iisoui md fcliHc-iilcd con.
ditlon, sometimes bwcclish to thelaMif.
Ofteiitimda'luoio Ua.p'.ilpit uion of ihu
heirl, and the patient fi.ijsjie may have
heart dise.tse. '1'oiv.mls, lliu lust the'
puient is unable to lelain miy ftod
vvlutuvui, .is tlie opening ,in tho intcs.
tines become-! closed, or nc.lily s.o. Al
though ltJis disenju Is imUedvihirniing,
tullcrci.) with the above jumed symp
toms shoulil not leel nnvpti-s. lor nine
iitncliy.iInc(c.Voi ,out,of a
uei', but slinnly
dl-pup-i i, a diverse tafclly tchvhvcd li
mate I m a piupci dntiiinoi. Thcs.ifisl
ami beit" iui'iedyvffli the dibcase is
SlIitcIN (JiuiUhe Sil nfCa u-el.ible pic
pi: Uioit "-Old by till clicliu Us and ni'.di.
clue endoiM thVonhnul IbiMVoild, aiid
by the piopiictors, Ai T. Wl'ute (Limit,
eil), IT, Fauinadou loul, London, 13. t".
This Sjrup' 4lflkeV.it lheci. loumla.
tiouio'f tho disease, and idiives it,T0ot
and bnuich, out of the fai stem.
St. ilarj .street, l'ctciboiough(
70 ember, iOth, 1SS1.
bn, It ives ine;gicit plctbiuu to hi.
foimyouof the-benefit 1 have leceh'cd
fiom Scigel's Syrup. '1 have becif troub
led for years with dyspepbla; but after
a few doses of the syrup, 1 found relief,
and nftcr talcing two bottles of it I feel
I am, Sh, joins truly,
3lr. A. J. White. William Uicnt.
Seplcmbci Sth, ISSo.
Dc.u Sii, I tiud tho sale of Scigol'S
Suup stc'idily iiiLicasing. Allwhohae
tfied it speak ciy highly of its inedi.
oiuil virtues: one customer describes it
as a "God send to dyspeptic people.'' I
always lccoinmend it with confidence.
(Signed) Vincent A. Wills,
Gheinibl deulist, 3Icrthyr Tjdvll
To Mi. A. J. White,
Seigcl's Operating Pills are the best
family physic that has ever been dis
rovcied. 'They cleanse the bowels fiom
all irritating substances, and leave them
in a healthy roiiditiori. They cm c coj
tivenesf. SpinlsH Town, Jamaica, West Indicsi
Oct. 21, 18S.
Dear Sir, I nrile to inform you thai
I hive derived gicat bcncilt from
"SeigelS Synip." Foi soincycnrs 1 hajvc
sufleied from livci complaint, with itj
in my and v.uied concomitant eviK, to
that my life was a perpetual misciy.
Twelve months ago 1 was induced to ti'y
Seigcl's Sjnij), and although lather
sceptical, having tued : o many reputed
infallible lcmcdies, 1 dclcimiuedto give
it at least a fail Ui.il. In two or tfifcu
days I felt considerably better, and now
at the end of 'twelve inonlhs (having
continued taking it) I am glad to tay
that Tama dillerent being altogether;
It is said of certain pens Hi itlhoy "come
as a boon and, a blessing to men" audi
have no reason to doubt the tuillifuJuesn
of the statement. 1 can truly say, how1
over, that bcigelM Bymp has comb as a
"boon and a blessing" to me. I Jjiivc je.
commended it to bcvcral Icllow-siiffcieis
fiom this dislicssing complaint, and
their toslimony is quiioin nccoidance
with my own. Uiatiludc foi the heno'lil
I have deiivcd iiom tlio excellent pre
piration, prompts mo to furnish' jpu
willrithis unojicilcd tcitirnonhiL
s ham dcnrSif,, ,if " ;
. , t ,Youj roveifciatf fully,
' (SiBiicd)-1 Caicy ! llcrry,
A. J. White, 13sq. llaptist Missionary.
1'icslon, Sept. Sli)t,186!l.
.My DcarSii, Youi Syrup and Pills
aicatilltvciy popiila-,vv ith mv customers,
many saying itllfy' mo',tlle,'bWt family
The othei day a customer came for
two bottles of byi up and bald "Mother
Seigel" had saved the life of his wife,
and he added, "one of theie bottles I
am bending fifteen miles away to a friend
who is very, ill. X have much f.itli in i."
The sulfa kecrWtipwondcrfully, liifupt,
one would fancy ttlmost that Ibo jiboplo
wero beginning to buakfast, tlhio, and
sup on Mothei Seigcl's Syiup, tho dc
mand is so constant and the satisfaction
sogreat. ,.) ,
1 tun, dear Sir, v ours faithfully.
(Signed) W. llowker.
To A. J. White, I3s( j
Ilensinghani, Whitehaven, Ofil, ID, lbSU.
Mr. A. .L White. Dear Sir, I wbh
for somu time alllictcd with )ilc3, and
was advbed to give Mother Seigcl's
Syrup a trials which I 1lld. 1 am now
happy to stato that it has restoicd me
to complete, hoilth. I iciniiin, yours
(Signed) 'John II. Lightfoot.
''null UOsJjJIJ and pitmhes situated
1. in Kuuanti Valley, opposito tho
lloyal Jlausrtleuui' bchmgiiuj ' to' and
lecently occupied by Samuel Nott. For
particulate, apply to
1 L. A. T11UKST0N,
38 Merchant Bt.
wHSKlHJSi.SW aii &wsx$mt
The Only Papor in California
that Advocates Hawaiian
A Splondld Advertising Medium
For Hawalhn lluslncss Men desirous of
fotmlug trade ronuectlono
on tho Ootst.
All Hawaiian pnpcis kcjil on file and
full Information given (bnecrnlng
Knli listed to the 1'ioprietor vyill be
promptly and carefully executed,
and no commission ciiXitnni).
TKltMS Three Dollars per annum;
$1.73 for lx inonlhs.
Charles It. Buoklaiul,
Editor nml Proprietor.
OFt'ltJE-aWl'ioiil b'tiecl. l'ost-Onico
llo, 2300, Ban Fiancitco, California.
WlllC'II OOLS IMO
'I ' I
Most of the Houses
EASY RATES !
SULK CULTURE i
My Hook of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Giyc3 all necessary information.
I'rlcc, Twentj-FIvo C'eiitH per copy.
Silk Worm Eggs, Keels, Trees, Cut
tings, Seeds, &c, for ale at the very
lowest mnrket rates.
Thermometer and Baromoler Combined
Tor use of Silk Italsers, free by mail
only 75 cents.
1 will bo pleased to give infounation
to coiicspondcnts Who apply by letter,
inclosing two-cent stamp for lcply.
Specimen Itoxt-it of Cnrpoim A lloel
'! fellk, M5 CvntM.j
None but articles of the fiistquality sold
Addicss all communications to
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiler,
riaclical Silk Culturist,
Now Lisbon, Burlington Co.
VU NEW JEHSEV.
Miss NelllG L. fiossiter's
XItXC33 IjIH-X" OP
1'itnlO ,lpO 1000
.18 io 2-1 inches.. 60c 84 00 $2000
'2to3feet 00c ' 0.00 WOO
8to4 1cet $1.25 'SIO 53 00
l-Eii 10 100 1000
1 o0 inches... -12,00 $10.00
! to 12 inches.. 50o 2.C0 15.00
?.2,tQflo "t :.. COc U.C0 20.00
3S to 21 " .. 75c 5.00 .10.00
atofeet 1,00 7.00 40.00
iito4 " ..... l,2j 0.00
tlo5 ..'.'.. 1.75 12.00
5,to L " ..... 2.C0 10.00 ,
Cuttings, per 100, $1.00; per l,0p0,'?C.CO.
White Mulberry Seed, per.,6unce, ,'10
cents: per pound, a 00.' , ,
Kii'-.ian Mulbeiry Seed, .rlcf" oimce, CO
cents; per pound, $7.00. . ,
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter
Is Agent for tho following papers:
South and West, bcmi.monthly, 50c i
Farmer"8 Call, weekly, 50o per yearj
Farmer's Home, monthly, 50c per year;.
Home and School Visitor, Jnpntlily,
75c per year,
'As nn inducement to pm tics to Order
flinil KllU Wnrill l!n,ra fliitlti,. tlin inn.
mrr, to ho fwiuded In the fa)lI oiler
' ptemiuinu, from Aiiiil 1st, iig'follbvvb:
Forlji 3,000 cgc's, and book of in-
.For. $8, 5,p00 oggs, book of iiibtiuctlon
and a(iy onejifipui. ,
for 50, Yi07. egg, and any two papers.
For $5, 1 oz. eggs, tw o papers and book.
1'or $0.50, 2 o.. egg, and three papers.
For $14, it o. oggs, a papers mid-book.
Vov $17, 4 o. eggs, and four papers.
For V-l, C oi. eggs, 4 papeis and book
The itbovo ehaigcs "nro tho icguliir
llet prices for eggs' nml tho papers will
ho bent as lieio btalcd for one year.
Thoho bending oidcib thiough thu sum.
iner, nccompiutcd by tho cash amount,
(Po3t.Ofllro ordeis jijiyable to mo, on
I'obt Olllce, I'wnboilou, Now Jerbcy, U,
S. A.) will receive tho premiums to
, wjiioii uicir ouici riiiiues mem, com.
, mencing at once, and the eggs will bo
peip: about November 1st.
MUililK I.l.COI,X ItOKMITlUt,
, Frncticnl Silk Culturist,
. i New Lisbon, Burlington Co..
077 NEW JERSEY, '
SATURDAY, MAY !10, 188f.
"Cnlifoiniti men in o not, bo nccom
niotlnting to the Imllos its thoy iisctl
to be," Bttiil nn old car conductor.
"Most of 'em vlll keep their scats
and let tho -women stand j Init, of
course, when n pretty girl comes in
there is a rush to bco who'll nnako
room for her."
")o you IIihI tho old men moi c
gallant than the young?" inquired
"All the time,'' said the con
ductor. "Why, bless j-ou, tho market-basket
woman has no sot t of a
chance with Uic dudes', but tho old
fellows will hop up and give her a
scat just its readily as if she was
young and good-looking. The dudes
look but of tho vindow when a lad'
comes in, and I suppose many of
'cm would soonfer stand than b6
smirked and grinned at by the mon
key hanging 'oil' to the strap, who
thinks he has n light to lccognition,
because he has given "cm his place.
I saw one of these1 fellows nicely
flxdd off last ttip. A mighty pretty
young, lady came in with a nurse,
and tho muse was holding a baliy.1
The' car was full, and a Undo hopped
up when he savy tlie sweet fnce of
the young mother, and let her take
his scat. Well, sir, he was grinning
and smiling at her alb tho time, and
she looked mad and indignant, for
whatever way she turned that
chump's eyes followed her. t At last
she istopped the car and got off.
Tbft' .diirln. smiiit.tnrl ilnwn mill w'ns1'
about to (give, her a 'parting mash
thiough the window, when he saw a
handkcichief oh the floor. He
picked it up quick ns lightning and
skipped -out 'after her. Why, I
laughed. fitllfc? iplitj'.and so did all
"Where did the laugh come in?'
'It 'was politeness on his part to .res
tore her property."
''Well, I guess you wouldn't caic
for the politeness pail of it if you
vyas 'him', and1, knew what you -was
fisting. 'Twas 'a sort oflhaiiilker'
chief, to be sine, but it belonged to
the baby oh, yes, there ,was no
mistake about that; it was the
baby's, and the dude knew, it, too,
.before he had touched the ground.
,Hb dropped it, siras if, it was a red
hot iron, and was about to come
back into the car when he saw 113 all
laughing, and then he shot iuto the
plaza as if 'the cops were 'after"him.
And the nurse most let the baby
fall, she was so tickled. I never see
a dude so flabbergasted. Denied if
I wouldn't'have carried 'them all to
the end of the road and back again
free, just'for the joy they gave me.
Fare, sir," and the conductor passed
off a bald quarter on an" old gentle
man who was tryiug to get'an inch
to windward of a stout lady with a
package oft .dry -goods. Mta Cali
fornia, i ' " 4 ,
SLICHTLY DIFFERIlic LIES.
"And this , prescription .that you
have wiitlcn is for an acid, (prepara
tion, is it not?" asked the editor of
the doctor who had just handed bira
a scrap of paper coycxed with un
decipherable 'hieroglyphics, with the
injunction to "take a teaspoorjful of
that before crery meal."
"No, sir," replied the man 'of
physic, i"it isi notf-an ,acid, but an
alkali." , . .
"Ah ! I may then consider this a3
one of thc'TiV of your profession','
eh?" ' ' ,
"Ccrtainiy,and materially differ
ing from the '(lies of, yours, my dear
sir," said the-doctor with a bow.
AFTER, A SENSATION.
Fiist Reporter ."Hist! Lay low!
This niust lie a meeting place of
anarchists. SeeL'.JChat mysterious
sign ontUo.dooj?jg vj,i
Second' Reporter '"3lay be they
'iirc laying plans tq blow' up the city
to-night. Wu'at' cibes it'-say? It is
in German." " ' "
'"I can't r6ad' German, "but 'most
likely it'says:'''Tp'afms!' or, 'Blood,'
or"Up, guards, "and1 nt,lthem,'' or
something like that;.'' " '
' '""Yes, ycs,Wdqubk 'but1 wc' must'
g'et the exact meaning1. , Ah I 'here
'comes a German citizen, we'll 'a9k
him."' ' ' ' ' iu'Jt"
sig'n? Oli! Yah. Dot sign 'it say
'Please shut 'dc door.' "--'hlla'del-pjda
SEriMoK'Tp'faV'BdY. , ' ,
iIy bpy, when yop dqsirq.t) com
mit any wrong in your )ia8era9nt!
have some one attra9L atten.ti9jt by
proclaiming j'our vJttnes?jfrom the
Wlicn you make up your,;u)nd to
call a man a Ijar, always pick put
some fpjlow yop can )ick.
yheii your pail of rajlk is, spilled,
dop't sit down nnd cry, m go fpr a
fresh cow an,d rc-fll yQtir. pail.
When you decide that the world
owes you a living, pull pff your coat
and take it out of t tho world's, 'hide..
When you tJiink; tho w.prU.1 cannot
get along without yoti, pull a, hair
from ybtir head and sea it, it makes,
youjjaldh.cadocl.n WMtalTt'rnes. ,
puun, wnoLKSoMn, ini-
According to the hlghchtnnd bcit modi,
Mtuiiifnutoiy, : : : No. 1U Llllha fit
P. O. Box, 870. Tolcphonc, 2&4
Br-All orders receive prompt attention.
i O ' 1 i '
Pioneer St' in Oauily Factory la Sakery,
Minufactuies all and t-v'cty aiticlb In
Confci-tloroTj nnd 'PaMiv 'and linad
HaKvrv fiom ihelc-i ami inn fit mate.
it lalh, ijjuiy nn I ei M i i'ci f om n)I
ll'is ahvuv. Oil. band nil i-ii'isof his Rich
u .umUnmji-ped (innlityjOf
Enjoying a rich 'reputation of many
jcni.s and are ornamented in any
style (tesiurt, and arpsold at tlio
Lowest Possible Prices
Unequalled facilities and steam enables
mc toBcll all articles manufactured' at
my Establishment Cheaper than any
other in this Line of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Cocoanut, hand made and
Mould Creams of all flavors at GO cents
RICH PUFF CREAM CAKES,
at 5 cents chcIi. Mince and Fruit
Pies'alwnys on hand.
Pure and.cWholesome Bread !
Vienna Rolls, Family &t Graham. Broad
delivered 'to anv part of the citv. The
largest, andriios,t various Stork of Cou.i
' 1 '. i
Steam Candy Fictoryand Bakery
r' r- i
No. 71, Hotel St., between Nuuanu and
P. O.Bo-s No 7ii. Telophoni' No. 74.
i j ... i ; ' 1-t .
j nt jn i .1 i
l ' I , !l I !
ice' tb tlie
711 i l j
"Vn take pleasure in nnncjunclng to tho
' pnblic'tliaf, in additlon'to our
Pastry; and Confeotionery. .Business,
i " '
We will 'open' pur' '
Ice Cream 'Parlors !
"yiiich have bqea. fluted up elegantly ac-
, "cording to our trade, on ' ,
j ) i . ji J i
SATURDAY, A.XR3 qfitji.
Our Cream will bo 'only of superior
quality, piadu oft genuine cream. As
wo hnvo madeairangemcnts with tho
WeodlawnjDairyo-supply us only with
a llrst-cls3MlrtlcleMom camples w'o
havoi'had of 'tho samb, 'wo am 'nbleito
guarantee Butisfaetlon. The following
assortments of lea Qreaips and,SherJjqt8
we vyill keep nt.our opening, nnd many
inoro kinds If Wlc will justlfy'ltV-
i VANILLA, LEMON, CHOCOLATE. COFFEE,
STRAWBERRY, PINEAPPLE and
ORANGE AND STRAWBERRY.
Pat tied supplied any day epept Sun
days. Thpso wishiug Ice Cream for
Sunday must leavo their orders on Sa
turday before 9 p. m,, which Will be
delivered before 10 a. n. Sunday, The
creams will be packed o thatthoy will
keep eight hours in a lln.t-elats tondi,
tioii. . llpphjg to get a shuro of public
pntronago, lind thanking tho public for
'their liberal past favorj wo remain, ics.
IELIiER H,AXBE, "
1003 ly King, near Alakeajt.
E. G. SCHUMAN.
King Street, neas ILincol's.
Hcptiirlng, lllacksmilhlng and every description in the Catiingt' and Wagon
line manufnctuied. lisliniatos and drawings ftnnished for all Car
riage and Wagon building. I hhve aUo got up a ntw kind of Huggy
JgCart, which for cheapness and practicability oxoeeds any call ever
tji brought to thin country,
WITH OK "WITHOUT FOLDING TOP.
Smj3ai?.s I have
J '"8 ,'lr(;cli at tuo '(1 stand of 3L. J. Hose,
. I lr (l mill lntnl nomminil l IVfooara. Wlillinnn it:
lVH E. 3
979 3m King Street, adjoining Geo.
m2t9ilT . n I m iTvifcldM
I S j&Bm V?- x i-4 r- tea Kritltig UtBiii
lias received by late steameis a splendid line of
BOOTS, SHOES AHB SLIPPERS,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
IKS Oon't Pass tlie Door.
" OT ana CO Hotel Street.
NEV'GOODS JUST PEOEIVED, PER.MAWPOSA. Cibol's EMiact
big's Extract Beef, Day & Jlaitin's Shoe Blackino;, Kinesford
Sljirnll. Knnnllt'c Ifnortlinrtr R..,,,
tins; Mackerel boiled in Tomntoe Sauce, Battv Nabob Sauce, do Pickles,
Jars Spiced Lambs' Tongues, Cases Pickle Itoll.'Kegs Ilollaiid lfcirinscs, An.
chovles In Oil, Cieam Cheese; tCases S-iloon Pilot Biead, do,Medium Bread,
Bird Seed, ICegs Family Buttor,"Dutch Sausages, Pohasco Sauce, Pine Table
Bnisins, Bottled Lemon Syrups, Curried Oysters, Jars Soused Pigs' 'ect,
Kegs Soused Pi js' Feet, do German Pickles, do Anchovies, SwissiCheese,
Gormen, Uemp Seed, Rape ScedBbls Salmon, Apples, Gala Dried Figs, do
SOMETHING NEW. Oiford Brawn, do Pigs' Feet, Cherries, Fresh Currants, do
Gdoseberrlcs, Pio Plant, Horse Radish Roots, Eastern Apples in Tins, Jais
and Shells, and'a full line of staple and fancy groceries.
PRICKS LOW. Goods guaranteed and delivered to all parts of the city. .Fresli
Island Butter always on hand.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Bos 2!7. (702
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having bccn,rcceived by liip.they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same quality of (Good? can be purchased elsewhere in TTonolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. My stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
'Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags,.&c,
, , Bits, Spurs and, Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Platen.
The reputation of my HOME-MADE HARNESS for superiority of" workmauship
ami material romains unchallenged during my six years' icfidenco here.
Thankful for the generous pitronnge of the past, its continuance nndiincrense in
, the iuturo is respectiully solicited at thoiold stand.
Every Description of Joli Printinfi
Executed with neatness and dispatch,
Daily Bulletin Steam Printing Office,
Ball Programs '
Bills of Lading
Concert Pi ogr'mS
ben to nollfv tho mtlilic in ircneinl that
opened a Carrinco and Wagon shop on
where 1 am prepared to do any kind
of Carriage and Wagon woik, in a flrot class,
, durable and practical manner. By close and
I prompt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable charges, I hope to
merit some of the public patronage.
W. Lincoln, Contractor and Builder.
103 Fort Street,
rttrc.ln Tl..:. 1 nll. .t. ,1- s Jz.
fe. The Corner Harness Store
Still to ,tlie Front !
Corner of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, H. I
-V Shipping Rece'u
m s P(?sBv 'n
jas mx' . . ...a v ( ,-j. t-fif m ajM.i,-.,,
'H U- - J.