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A SKILFUL SURGICAL OPERATION.
The Amorlr au Amlmtuuli r n' Vicuna,
Mr. K as sun, hut lately oimirde I to Ills
uovorninrni nit inieremtng account or a
rcmnrkahlo suraipiil fiperallnn lately
porfoimed by ProtcMnr lllllrolh, of
Vienna, which, wonderful to tell, con
shied in the removal oT a portion
ot thn human stomach, Imohitii;
neatly ouclhlril df the org in and.
strange to sny, tho patient r covered
thu only successful operation oT the
kind ever pcrfumied. Tho ilUi'imc for
bleh tills operation was prrformed
was cancer of the tstonmi'h, nttt mlcd v.'Itli
tho following symptom The appetite
is quite poor. Their ira perttlini imU
crluiiblo distress in tho stomach, a feel
iug Unit has been described as n faint
"all gone" sensation; a sticky slime col
lecta about the teeth, especially in tho
morning, accompanied by an unpleasant
taste. Food falls to satisfy this peculiar
faint fcens.itloa; but, on the contrary, It
appears to aegravatu the feclln?. The
eyes aro sunfcui, tinged with yellow; the
hands and feet become cold and sticky
a cold perspiration. Tho sufferers leel
tired alt the time, and sleep docs not
seem to glvoicst. After a time the pa.
lient becomes nervous and irritable,
gloomy, liis mind tilled with evil fore
bodings. 'When Using .suddenly fiom
a recumbent position there is a dizziness,
a whistling sensation, and ho is obliged
to grasp something llrm to keep from
falling. Tho bowels costive, the skin
dry and hot at times; the blood becom.
lug thick niul stagnant, and does not
cliculate properly. After a time the
patient spits up food iboon after eating,
sometimes in a sour nud fermented con.
Ullion, sometimes sweetish to tho taste.
Oftentimes there is a palpitation of the
heuit, and the patient feais lie mny havo
hcail disease. Towauls tho lust the
patient i.s unable to retain any food
whatever, as the opening in tho intes
tines becomes closed; or neatly so. Al
though this disease is indeed alauning,
sufferers with the above named symp.
toms should not feel ncivous, lor nine
hundred and ninety-nine cases out of a
thousand havo no cancer, but simply
dyspepsia, a disease easily lemovcd ii
tfcaicd in u proper manner. The safest
and best remedy for the disease is
Seigcl's Curative Syrup, a vegetable pre
paration sold by all chemists nud mull
cine vcndoib thioughout the woild, and
by the piopiielors, A. .T. "White (Limit
ed), 17, Fnrringdou.ioad, Loudon, E. C.
This Syinp strikes at the very founda
tion of the disease, and diivcb it, loot
and branch, out of the bystcm
St. Maiy-strccl, Peterborough,
November, 2!)lh, 1SS1.
Sir, It gives me great pleasure to in
form you ot tho benefit I have received
from Seigcl's Syrup. I have been troub
led for years with dyspepsia; but after
a low doses of the syrup, I found relief,
and after taking two bottles of it I feel
1 am, Sir, yours liuly,
Mr. A. J. White. "William Brent.
September Stli, 1883.
Dear Sir, I find tho sale of Seigcl's
Syrup steadily ineicasing. All who have
tried it speak veiy highly of its medi.
rinal virtues: one customer describes it
as a "God-send to dyspeptic people." I
always recommend it with confluence.
(Signed) Vincent A. Wills,
Chemist-dentist, Merlhyr Tydvll
To Mr. A. J. White,
Seigcl's Operating Pills aro the best
family physic that has over 'jeen dis
covered. 'They cleanse the bovAds from
all irritating subalanccs, and lcvc them
in a healthy condition. They jurc co--tivencss.
Spanish Town, Jamaica, West Indiesi
Oct. 24, 1SS2.
Dear Sir, 1 wiito to iuform you that
'I Have derived uieat benefit from
"Seigcl's Syrup." Forborne years I have
suffered from livct complaint, with its
many and v.uied concomitant evils, so
that my life was u perpetual misery.
Twelve months ago I was induced to try
Seigcl's Sjiup, and although latlier
sceptical, haviii" tiicd so many leputed
infallible lemedlcj, 1 determined to give
it at least a fair Uial. In two or thiee
days I felt consideiably belter, and now
at tho end ot twelve months (having
continued taking il) I am glad to pay
that I am a dillcrent being altogether.
It is said of certain pens Hi it they "come
as a boon and a blessing to men" and I
havo uo reason to doubt the tiuthfulness
of the statement. 1 can truly say, how
ever, that Seigel'a Symp has come as a.
"boon and a blessing" to inc. I have re
commended it to sevcial fcilow-sufferer.s
from this distiessing complaint, and
their testimony is quite in nccoidauco
with my own. Oiatitudo for tho benefit
I have derived lrom the excellent pre
paration, prompts mo to furnish you
with this unsolicited testimonial.
I am dear Sir,
Yours ever gratefully,
(Signed) C'uioy 11. Jierrv.
A. Jv White, Esq. Baptist Missionary,
,-t- lrcstou, sept, .'jst, lm.i.
MrDcar Sir. Your Svrun and Pills
are still very popular with my customers,
many saying they arc the best family
Tho other day a customer came for
two bottles of Syrup and said "Mother
Seigol" had saved the life of his wife,
and ho added, "one of these bottles 1
am sending fifteen miles awny to afiiend
who is very 111. I have much fnth in it."
The sale keeps up wonderfully, In fact,
one would fancy almost that thu people
wcro beginning to breakfast, dine, and
sup on Mother Seigel's Syrup, tho de
mand is so constant and thu satisfaction
so great. .
1 am, dear Sir, youia faithfully,
(Signed) W. Bowkcr.
To A. J. Whilo, Esq.,
HeiiBinghnm, Whitehaven, Oct. 10. 1882.
Mr. A. J. White Dear Sir, I was
for.somo timQ j.Hlictcd with piles, ond
was ndvisgii to "give Mother Seigcl's
gHtVU'l-Vr trial, which" IJifd. I r.m now
noliiwyto state that it has VCStOrjd'mo
1 complete hoalth. I reniniuryoura
- (Signed) John II. LIghtfoot.
THE HOUSE and premises! situated
in Nuuanii Vnllcy, opposite thu
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to ud
leeontly occupied by Samuel Nott. For
particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
38 Merchaut St.
Honolulu, March 31, 1835. 083 tf
PUKE, WHOLESOME, RE-
Accoiding to the highest and host medi
Manufactory, : ; t No. 18 Lllllia St
P. O. Box, 1179. Tel cphone, 23 1.
Icy-All orders rcccivo prompt nttcntion.
Pioneer St'm Candy Factory & Bakery,
Manufactures all and cveiy article in
Confectionciy and Pastry and Bread
Bakery from tho best and purest male
ll.ils, guaranteed free fiom all
Has always on hand nil si.csof his Bich
and Unsurpassed Quality of
Enjoying a rich reputation of many
'jears, aud arc ornamented in any
style desired, and aicsold at the
Lowest Possible Prices
Unequalled facilities and steam enables
me to sell all articles manufactured at
my Establishment Cheaper than any
other in this Line of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Cocoauul, hand made and
Mould Creams of nil flavors at 00 cents
RICH PUFF CREAIY! CAKES,
at 8 cents each. Mince and Fruit
Pics always on hand.
Pure and Wholesome Bread !
Vienna Bolls, Family & Graham Bicad
delivered to any part of the city. The
laigcst and most various Stork of Con.
fcetioncry can bo found at
3Ef . HORN'S
Sicam Candy Factory and Bakery.
No. 71 Hotel St., between Nuuanu and
P. O. Box No. 75. Telephone No. 74.
Notice to tie Pule.
Wc take pleasure in announcing to the
public that, in addition to our.
Pastry and Confectionery Business,
Wo will open our
Ice Cream Parlors !
Which have been fitted up elegantly ac
cording to our trade, on
BATUKDAY, AJPKXX SOtli.
Our Cream will bo only of superior
quality, inndo of genuine cream. As
wc have mndo arrangements with tho
Woodlawn Dairy to supply us only with
a lhst-chiss article from samples wo
have had of tho same, wo aro nblo to
guarantee satisfaction. The following
assortments of Ice Cicams and Sherbets
wo will keep atom- opening, anil many
more kinds if trade will justify It:
VANILLA, LEMON, CHOCOLATE, COFFEE,
STRAWBERRY, PINEAPPLE and
H1XJ3XS JJJBirH J
. 0RANQE AND STRAWBERRY.
Parties supplied any day except Sun
days. Thoso wishing lco Cream for
Sunday must leavo their orders on Sa
turday bcfoio !) p. m., which will bo
dclheied before 10 a. m. Sunday. Tho
creams will bo packed so that they will
keep eight hours in a first-class corn! I.
lion. Hoping to get a share of public
patronage, and thanking tho public for
their liberal past favors, wo remain, res.
HELIOSIS & HALBE,
1003 !y King, aear Alakea St.
TUKSDAY, .NTNK X, 1835.
Is It parlinj; with tho roundness
Of tho smoothly molded cheek?
Is It losing from tho dimples
Halt the Hashing joy they speak?
Is it fading of the iusiic
From the wavy, golden bnlr?
Is It flndliif on thu forehead
Graven lines of thought and caic?
Is it diopplug as tho rose leave
Drop their sweetness, over-blown
Household names that unco were demer,
Moic familiar limn our own?
Is it meeting on the pathway
Faee3 Rtrnnjro and glances cold.
While tho soul with moan and shiver
Whispers sadly, "Growing oldJ"
On the grndunl (doping pathway,
As the passing years decline.
Gleams a golden lovc-llght falling
Far from upper heights divine;
And the shadows from that bilghtncss
Wrap them softly in their fold,
Who unto celestial whiteness
AValk, by way of "growing old.''
THE CRADLE OF MORMONISM.
A correspondent, of the Concord
Monitor thus describes the place
where Mormonism had it a birth:
Finding myself at the village of
Willoughby, in Lake county, Ohio,
only Ave miles distant from Kirt
laud, I took the stage for that his
torical little town. In half an hour
wc surmounted a slight eminence,
aud tho village of Kirtland stood
revealed as distinctly and cnlitcly
as Jerusalem is seen from the Blount
of Olives. Indeed, I should not he
fur astray if I called it the Jerusalem
The birthplace of Mormonism has
now reverted to the decent branch
of the church, whereas Jerusalem is
the property of Moslems, Jews,
Latins, Greeks, Armenians and a
host of religious fanatics. .So 15c-narcs-on-the-Gangcs,
the cradle in
which orthodox Buddhism was
rocked, has now reverted to that
royal race of idolaters, tho Hindoos.
In the very centre of the town
rose tho conspicuous square walls of
the original "Temple," with its six
gable windows jutting out on either
side of tho vaulted roof, and its
woo'den cupola whitened and con
siderably remodeled in view of the
ravages of time. One does not ap
preciate the magnitude and severe
simplicity of the structure until it is
been in a distant view of the town.
Crossing the deep valley which
still intervenes between us and the
town, I paused presently in front of
the old Kirtland Hotel. Alas,"Icha
bod" should be written on the very
portal ot temple, town and hotel.
The hotel itself is only a name,
for the present impoitancc of Kirt
land docs not warrant the keeping
of a hotel, and thejrooms arc occu
pied by private families. In re
sponse to my knock at the south end
door, Mrs. Elder Kelley came to the
door, and invited me into the plain
"My husband is at present in
New York, I believe, engaged in
evangelistic work. You know our
churches arc not supplied with regu
lar pastors, but our clergy who are
self-supporting, by the way preach
in circuits. lie has been visiting
churches in the vicinity of Philadel
phia, Boston and Providence for the
last few weeks."
"Are the Mormons your branch
of them prospering?"
"In tho liret place do not call us
Mormons or Kelleyites or Srai
thites, or any name that implies a
human leader. Call us Latter-Day
Saints or simply Christians. If
you wish to imply the religion which
wc follow, refer to us as the Re
organized Church of the Latter-Day
Saints. Our order is growing slowly,
I understand. We are strongest in
Iowa, perhaps, whero our denomi
national paper is published."
"Arc meetings held in the Temple
"Not now. The building is so
large that wc cannot heat it sulfl
cicntly. It is also in need of repairs,
for the repairs that were made in tho
interest of the reunion a year ago
last spring were not suflicicnt to pre
serve so old a building. The walls
are still mighty, but tho plasteiing i3
weak. We held meetings for a time
in the meetinghouses of some of the
orthodox denominations in town, for
you must know that the Methodists
and Baptists hereabouts do not con
sider its eo heretical, but that they
will lend us their churches some
times, and sometimes we IciicVtliem
our Temple. Last summer we held
revival meetings in several counties
fa this State, but at present nothing
From conversation with Elder
Kelley in the past, and with other
leaders of tho Reorganized Church,
I could understand that the worst
thing about this Kirtland Mormon
ism is the fact that if must endure
the obloquy implied in that odious
woid Mormonism all the odium of
which belongs to a sect whom these
people rcpudiato. Polygamy is the
chief plank it.l tho Utah religion
which is not found in the Reorgan
ized Church ciccd; but that plank
separates the two bodies a woild
apart. Stripped of polygamy Mor
monism would scarcely belong in tho
category of peculiar religions.
Before visiting tho Temple wc
walked down the road a few rods,
an! J was afforded n glimpse at a
venerable rcllo in tho Bhnpc of n
T-ohnpcd house, the front part of
which, patallcl with tho street, had
onco formed the home of Joseph
Retracing our steps, we entered
the Templo by one of its latge fiont
doors, first surveying the lofty in
scription on tho front, "Tho House
of the Lord," with the dale of tho
building a election, 180IJ. Beyond
the vestibule lay the main auditorium
on the ground Hoor, a lnigo lofty
room almost wholly without decora
tion. At cither end were elevated,
conspicuous seats for the occupation
of tho ciders, prophets, and pa
triarchs of the church.
The pulpit) were massive and
antique in the extreme, while one of
them boasted an additional attraction
in tho sliapo of a register, in which I
va3 invited to sign my name in
proximity to thoso of various great
men and women who have had the
cm iosity to pilgrimage thither. On
the second" floor were lecturo halls,
where the faithful were wont to
gather in the eatly days to listen to
inspired discourses on faith and
kindred topics, and to take notc3.
In the very roof, lighted by the gable
windows, wcie quite a number of
small rooms, designed and originally
used as school-ioonis, not only by
the church but by the municipal
body. ) t ha3 been proposed by tho
modern church to establish a Re
organized Mormon College in these
halls, but lack of funds forbids the
which ooks into
Most of the Houses
EASY RATES !
it.u 10 100 1000
18 to 24 inches.. COc ftf.OO 20.00
2 to 3 feet 90c fl.00 IJS.OO
3 to 4 feet S1.25 S.50 05.00
pjtn 10 100 1000
1 to C inches... $2.00 iJIO.OO
C to 12 inches.. COc 2.00 10.00
12 to 18 " .. COc 3.00 i'0.00
18 to 21 .. 70c 0.00 SO.OO
2toyfeet 1.00 7.00 -10.00
3 to 4 " 1.25 0.00
4 to 5 ' 1.75 12.00
CtoL " 2.C0 10.00
Cuttings, per 100, 1.00; per 1,000, ?0.C0.
While Mulbciry Seed, per ounce, !!0
cents; per pound, 3.00.
Russian Mulberry Seed, per ounce, CO
cents; per pound, 7.00.
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter
Is Agent for tho following papers:
South and West, semi-monthly, 00c a
Fanner's Call, weekly, 00c per year;
Farmer's Homo, monthly, 00c per year;
Homo and School Visitor, monthly,
70c per yenr.
As au inducement to parties to older
'hplr (Silk Worm Egss (hiring the" sum.
mcr, tcf-ho fonwirded in the fall, I oll'er
premiums, fiom April 1st, ns follows:
Forsjl, 2,000 cgirs, and a hook of in
struction. For 2,5,000 eggs, hook of liiMiuctlou
and any ono paper.
Vor 3, Hoz- eSS3! and any two papers.
Vor 0, 1 oi. eggs, two papeis anil book.
For 'J.G0, 2 o. eggs, and three papers.
For 14, 3 o.. eggh, 3 papers and book.
For 17, 4 oz, eggs, aud four papers.
For 'J1, 5 o.. egg, 4 papers and book
.The nbovo charges "aro tho leguinr
libt prices for eggb," aud tho papers will
bo bent as liuiu stated for one ear.
Thoso sending ordcis thiougV tho sum.
mer, acconipinied by the cash amount,
(I'ost.Qflleo ordcis puyablu to me, on
l'oft Office, I'cniborloii, New Jersey, U.
S. A.) will rceoivo tho picmluius to
which their oider entitles them, com.
inenelng at once, and tho eggs will bo
sunt about Xovember 1st.
xni-iai: m.vcoi.x itosHUTi:i:,
Practical Bilk Ciilturist,
New Lisbon, Jtiirlintou Co.,
077 NEW JERSEY.
i age an
Repairing, Blncksmitblng and every description in the Carriage and 'Wagon
lino manufactured. Estimates and drawing furnished for all Car
ringc and "Wagon building. 1 have also got up a new kind of Buggy
Call, which for cheapness and practicability exceeds any caitcvor
brought to this country,
"WITH Oil WITHOUT FOliDIKCJ TOP.
!)7l) 3m King Street, adjoining Geo.
Has received by late steaiuets a splendid line of
BOOTS, SHOES A3TO SUPPERS,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
S3T Don't Pass tlxc Door. 2J5i
(17 nutl OO 31otl fcStx-ecl,
NEW GOODS JUST JtEUEIVED, FEU 3IAIUPOSA. Cibel's LMiact llr ef, Lie:
big's Extract Beef, Day fc Mailin's Shoe Blacking, Kingsford Washing
Starch. Baimlc's Umsiiberrv Svrun. Crvsnlo Drln. 1 millon tin: do i trulfon
tins; JUackcrcl boiled in "Tomaloc Sauce, Batty N'lbob Sauce, do Pickles, . v,
Jais Spiced Lambs' Tongues, Cases Fickle Itoll.'Kcgs Holland Hoi rings, An- i
chovies in Oil, Cicam Chee-c, Cases Silnou Pilot Bicad, do Medium Bread,
Biid Seed, Kens Family Butter. Dutch Sausa!ro9.-Eoliasco Sauce. Pine Table
Haisins, Bottled Lemon Syrups, Cunied Oyhteis, Jars Soused Pigs' Feet,
Kegs Soii'-ed Pics' Feel, do German Pickles, do Anchovies, Swiss Cheese,
Gcimca, Hemp Seed, llnpo Seed, Bbls Salmon, Apples, Cala Dried Figs, do
SOMETHING NEW. Oxford Brawn, do Pigs' J?ect, Chcrric3, Fresh Currants, do
Gooseberries, Pie Plant, Horse lladish Boots, Eastern Apples in Tins, Jum
and Shells, aud a full lino of btaple and fancy groceiics.
PKICES LOW. Goods guaranteed and dclivcicd to all parts of the city. Frisk
Island Butter always on hand.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Box 207. (702
lUSlgk The Corner Harness Store
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having been leceived by ine.lhoy
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the samo ipudily of Good3 can bo purchnsed elsewhere in Honolulu, and
satisfaction suarantecd. 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 Kickel and Silver Platen.
The reputation of my HOME-MADE HABNESS for superiority ot workmanship
and matcihil lomains unchallenged during my six years' lesidcncc hcie.
Thankful tor tho generous pntronngo of the past, its continuance and increase in-
the futuio is letpecllully solicited at the old stand.
Eiery Descriptioii of Job Prating
Executed with neatness, and dispatch,
AT Til 13
Daily Bulletin Steam Printing Office,
Bills of Lading
Conceit Pi ogr'mi
1 would beg to notify the public in general that
1 have opened a Carriage and "Wagon shop on
tvinc Street, at the old stand of M. J. Rose,
and lately occupied by Messrs. Whitman &
Wright, "where 1 am prepared to do any kind
of Carriage and "Wagon work, in a Hist class,
durable and practical manner. By close aud
i prompt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable charges, I hope to
merit some of the public patronage.
- , SOJECXTDSkt-AJN",
W. Lincoln, Contractor and Buildor.
103 Fort Street,
Still to the Front !
of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, H. I y
S "A fl 1 Klnliunniitc
iS&sSS' visiting cards
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