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A SKILFUL SURGICAL OPERATION.
'Hie Aiiionuin Amlu-Mulur ni Vienna,
Mr. ICinsdii, li.i Lilly foi-Atinlcl tolas
Gov trium nt aa tuli renting in count of n
ruimtrknhlu MUiiicd operation lulclj
performed liv I'lofeMor BillioUi, (if
Vienna, which, womlrrful tn tell, eon
listed In tin' removal of u portion
Of the human stomach, imohln"
nearly one-third of the organ and.
Strange to ny, the patient icrovrrril
the only su'cccsMul operation of the
kind ever performed. The dleie for
which tills opciatlon win pi rjorwied
wis uaneerof UicMomnch, aitendid villi
the lollowlng symptoms - Tin appetite
is quite poor. There is a peculiar hulls
crumble dlsticss In the Blunrich. n Topi
hi; that has been described as a faint
"nil iroiic" sensation, a btlcky dime col
lects n bout tho teeth, especially in the
morning, accompanied liv an unpleasant
taste. Food falls to satisfy this peculiar
faint sensation i hnl, on tlie contrary, It
appears to ncgiavatc the feeling. The
eyes arc sunken, tinged with yellow; the
hands and feet become cold and .sticky
a cold perspiration. The suu'crcrs ieol
tired all the lime, and sleep docs not
seem to give 1 est. After a time the pa.
llent bei'oiuo nervous and liritahle,
gloomy, his mind tilled with evil foie
bodlngs. When rising suddenly from
u recumbent position llieic is n dizziness,
a whistling seii'-al'ion, mid he Is obliged
to grasp something Hun to keep fiom
falling. The bowels costive, the skln
dry and hot at times; the blood becom.
lug thick and stagnant, and does not
ciiculate piopeily. After a time the
patient spits up food soon after eating,
sometimes In a sour and fermented eon.
dition, sometimes sweetish to the taste.
Oftentimes thcio is a palpitation of the
hcait, and the patient fcais he may have
heart disease. To winds the hist the
patient is unable lo lulain any food
whatever, as the opening in the intes
tines becomes closed, or neaily so. Al
though this disease is indeed alarming,
sull'ercrs with the above named symp
toms should not feel nervous lor nine
hundred and ninety-nine cases out of a
thousand have no cancer, but simply
dyspepsia, a disease easily lemoved li
treated in a proper manner. The safest
and best remedy for the disease is
Seigel's Curative Syrup, a vegetable pie.
partition sold by ail chemists and medi
cine vendors throughout the world, and
by the proprietors, A. .(."White (Limit
ed), 17, Karringdon.ioad, London, L C
ThisSymp strikes at the veiy founila
tiou of the disease, and drives it, loot
and blanch, out of the system.
St. Maty-sticct, 1'cterboiough,
November, 2!Hh, 1881.
Sir, It gives me great pleasure to in
form you of the benefit J have received
from ScigclS Syrup. I have been troub
led for years with dyspepsia; but alter
a few doses of the syrup, 1 found lclief,
and after taking two bottles of it I feel
1 nm, Sir, yours truly,
Mr. A. J. While. William Brent.
September 8th, lt3u.
Uaar Sir, 1 llnd the sale of Seigel's
Syrup steadily increasing. All who have
Hied it speak very highly of its medi.
final virtues: one customer describes it
as a "God-scnd to dyspeptic people." I
always recommend it with confidence.
(Signed) Vincent A. Wills,
Chemist-dentist, Morthyr Tydvll
To Mr. A. J. While,
Seigel's Operating Pills aio the best
family physic that has ever been dis
covered. They cleanse the bowels from
all irritating substances, and leave them
in n healthy condition. They cure cos
tiveness. Spmish Town, Jamaica, West Indies,
Pear Sir, I write to Inform you that
1 have derived great bcnetlt from
"Seigel's Syrup." For sonic years 1 have
suffered from liver complaint, with its
many and vtuicd concomitant evils, so
that my life was a perpetual iniseiy.
Twelve months ago I was induced to try
Seigel's Syrup,, and although rather
sceptical, having tiicd so many reputed
infallible lemedies, 1 determined to give
it at least a fair trial. In two or tiiiee
days I felt considciably belter, and now
al the end of twelve months (having
continued taking it) I am glad lo say
that I am a dillercnt being altogether.
It is said of certain pens that they "come
as a boon and a blessing to men" and 1
have no reason lo doubt the truthfulness
of the statement. 1 can truly say, how
ever, that Seigel's Syrup has" conic as a
."boon and a blessing" to me. 1 have te
commended it to bcvcral fellow-sufferers
from this distressing complaint, and
their testimony is quite in accordance
with my own. Oialitude for the benefit
1 have derived from the excellent pre.
puiation, prompts mo to furnish you
with this unsolicited testimonial.
I am dear Sir,
Yours ever gratefully,
(Signed) Carey 13. Berry,
A. .1. White, Esq. Baptist Missionary.
Preston, Sept. L'lst, 188:1.
My Dear Sit, Your Syiuu. and Pills
are still very popular with my customers,
many saying they are the best family
The other dny a customer came for
two bottles of Syrup and said "Mother
Keigel" had saved the life of his wife,
and he added, "one of these bottles I
am sending fifteen miles away to a friend
who is very ill. 1 have much fath in it."
The sale keeps un wonderfully, In fact,
one would fancy almost that the people
were hoglnnlns to breakfast, dine, and
sup on Mother Seigel's Syrup, lite de.
mand is so constant and the satisfaction
1 am, dear Sir, youis faithfully,
(Signed) W. Bowkcr.
To A. J. White, Esq.,
lleusingham, Whilehavcn, Out. 10, 18dli.
Mr. A. J. White. Dear Sir, I was
. for soiuo time alllictcd with tiles, and
"- was advised to give Mother Seigel's
Byrup n trial, which I did. I am now
happy to stnto that it has restored me
to comnleto health. J remain, yours
(Signed) John JI. Llghlfoot.
701 ly tl
HpiIE IIOUSK nml premises? situated
.L in Nuuanu Vnlloy, opposite llio
Koynl Mausoleum, belonging to and
leceritly occupied by Samuel Nott. For
particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
8 Merchant St.
Honolulu, March ai, 1835. 083 tf
n si usu's
K PUKE, WHOLESOME, 11 E
A. FRESHING, HEALTHFUL
Accoidlug lo the highest and best medi
Manufai'toiy, : : : No. in Llllha St
P. O. Box, 379. Telephone, 284.
JqT'AU mil era receive prompt attention.
Pioneer St'm Canity Factory & Bakery,
Manufactines all and eveiy .illicit; In
Confectionery and Pastry and Bread
llakery from the best and purest male,
llnls, guaiantecd free from all
lias always on hand all sizes of his Rich
and Unsurpassed Quality of
Enjoying a lich lepulntion of many
years, and are ornamented in any
style desired, and arc sold at the
Lowest Possible Prices
Unequalled facilities and steam enables
mo to sell all articles manufactured nt
my Establishment Cheaper than any
other in this Line of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Cncoanut, hand made and
Mould Creams of all llavors at 50 cents
RICH PUFF CREAM CAKES,
nt !i cents each. Mince and Fmlt
Pies always on hand.
Pure and Wholesome Bread !
Vienna Bolls, Family & Graham Bread
delivered to any part of the city. The
largest and most amiIous Stock of Con
fcctlonery can be found at
DP . HORN'S
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery.
No. 71 Hotel St., between Nuuanu ami
1. O. llo. No. 75. Telephone No. 74.
Notice io the Pilic.
We take pleasure In announcing to the
public that, in addition to our
Pastry and Confeotionery Business,
Wo will open our
Ice Cream Parlors !
Which have been lilted up elegantly ac
cording to our trade, on
S.VTUJIWAY, .A.XIt LIL, S.-Illi.
Our Cream will bo only of superior
quality, made of genuine cream. As
wc have made arrangements with tho
Woodlawn Dairy to supply us only with
a llrst-class milclu from samples wo
havo bad of the banie, wu aro able to
gunranteo satisfaction. The following
assortments of luo Creams and Sherbets
we will keep nt our opening, and many
more kinds if trade will justify It:
VANILLA, LEMON, CHOCOLATE. COFFEE,
STRAWBERRY. PINEAPPLE and
ORANGE AND STRAWBERRY.
Parlies supplied any day except Stui
dnye. Thosu wishing Ice Cream for
Sunday must leave their orders on Sa
turday before 0 p. m., which will bo.
delivered before 10 u. m. Sunday. Tho
creams will be packed so that they will
keep cluiit hours In a llrst-class rondi.
lion. Hoping to get a bharc of public
pationage.and thanking the public for
their libeial past fnvois, wo remain, res.
MELLEIl & HALBE,
1003 ly King, near Alaken St.
Eli SJ1u 8 Mil din.
WEDNESDAY, dlNK JI, lSb".
OIL ON THE TROUDLED WATERS.
Washington, May 2.- The Hydro
graphic Olllce of the Xnvy Depart
ment lias for several months been
engaged in collecting data to deter
mine tinder what circiinistnncc the
life of oil is most olllcacious in
diminishing the danger of breaking
sens during gales of wind. When
Bttllleiont data have been collected it
is proposed to issue a pamphlet
giving such directions in regard to
the use of oil as common experience
of seamen may determine to bo best.
The following are among the most
striking of the accounts recently re
In November, 1881, the steam
ship Venice, from .Savannah to
Kurope, with cotton, while running
before a heavy northwest gale, was
boarded by a tremendous sea. The
captain determined to heave to, and
men were .stationed to pour oil
down the closet chutes forward and
to throw waste soaked in oil to wind
ward. The vessel came round with
out shipping any water. As she
kept falling off, it was concluded to
put her again before the sea, which
was done without trouble, and it
was found that she kept perfectly
dry as long as the oil was used.
Again, in January, 1881, while
crossing the Atlantic to New York,
after running before a northwest
gale for some time, she was laid to
without dilllculty or danger by using
oil in the manner already stated.
Capt. Ritchie of the English
steamer Fern Holme, while on his
last voyage from Baltimore to
Shields, used oil bags while running
before a west southwest gale, lie
hung one over each side just for
ward of the bridge, and they effectu
ally prevented the ship from taking
water on deck. First Olllccr W.
AValtjcn of the German steamer
Colon, in December, 1881, used 6il
bags with remarkable effect. Two
bags filled with boiled oil were hung
over the bow. The oil spreading
over the surface prevented tho
waves from breaking and the ship
rode quite easily during tho con
tinuance of the gale.
Capt. Jones of the British steam
ship Chicago, while rescuing the
crew of the brigantinc Fcdorc, used
oil with the best results. It was1
blowing a heavy gale, with very high
seas. The Chicago ran to windward
of the Fcdore, and during a lull, oil
having been poured on the water,
the port lifeboat was successfully
launched and started. A can of oil
was taken in the boat, and by using
this the seas were kept down in the
immediate vicinity, though they
broke in masses of foam a short dis
tance away. As the boat approached
the Fcdorc the crew of that vessel
poured oil on -the water, which so
calmed the sea that the boat got
alongside and rescued tho ship
wrecked crew without sustaining any
injury. About half a gallon of paint
oil was used by the boat duringtrjicr
The steamship Menzalch in March,
1885, from Italy to Philadelphia, en
countered a severe southwest gale.
While running before the sea the
vessel was pooped and the main
hatches stove in. It was determined
to heave to, aifU the men were sta
tioned lo drip oil down the forward
chutes. The vessel came around
without shipping any water, and kept
perfectly dry while lying to.
The brig P. M. Tinker, Capt.
Charles Barnard, New York to Cuba
in 1872, encountered a northeast
gale when four days out. Several
heavy seas came on board, doing
great damage. A small bag, with
holes punched in tho bottom, was
filled with oil and hung over tho
stern. The oil prevented the seas
from combing, and the vessel ran
for several hours with d.iy decks.
Capt. Amlot of the British steamer
Barrowmore reports that, on ap
proaching the ship Kirkwood on
January 25 in N. lat. 50 -11, "W.
long, 21 , the sea was very heavy,
but he noticed that around the wreck
tho sea was much smoother, and dis
covered that the crew of the Kirk
wood, to prevent the waves from
breaking over- them, had broken out
Uiocargo ,pf canned salmon, and
were pouring tho oil from the cans
into the sea. Capt. Amlot steered
to the windward of the wreck in the
oil water, lowered his lifeboat, then
ran lo leeward, bringing off the crew
of 2C men. Capt. Amlot says he
has ordered to have two bags ready
for use at all times. In running
before a heavy sea, lie has lowered
the. bags over the stern and imme
diately the sea became much smooth
er, and he could run without danger
of being pooped.
REVERSAL OF DISTRAINT.
An action of trover was heard
before Police Justice Bickerton on
Monday, in which tho.plaintiff, J.
Brown, sought to recover from the
defendant, James Morgan, tho sum
of $185, being the value of certain
goods and chattels alleged to have
been wrongfully sold by Mr. Morgan
on the first of May last. This case
arose out of it distraint niade by
Henry J. Hurt and his assistant)
.Ins. Stcincr, during tho
March last. Both the
named parties being nt the time not
subject, on account of bankruptcy,
lo civil process, there was no imme
diate redu'ss In be had from them
by complainant. On the seized
goods being placed in the auction
room, the auctioneer was induced
to sell them, In spile of n protest
made by the plaintiff. Judgment
was rendered in favbr of plaintiff
witlucosts, making n total of SM0.
His Honor pointed out to the defen
dant tluil before selling the goods
ho ought to havo been indemnified
by Hart or his deputy, Stcincr. Mr.
Morgan still has his redress by
taking the proper legal measures.
Mr. Preston appeared for the plain
tiff and Mr. II. E. Avery for the
I" SIR I"
At one of the theatres the other
evening n man who had a scat be
tween his wife and daughter left it
at the close of an act for a trip down
stairs. When he returned he found
a vacant seat two rows back between
two women, and dropped into it with
the remark :
"As I was saying when I went
out, it's none of your pudding what
other women wear. Because some
one else makes a fool of herself by
wearing cotton stockings in the win
ter, it doesn't follow that you must
do the same."
"Sir!" came from both sides of
him at once, and the way he vacated
that seat made the soles of his hoots
red-hot. J)etroit Jree J'rcss.
wmcir OOI'.S INTO
Most of the Houses
EASY RATES I
rtro.vni i.y ki:tti.i:m i:xtm.
id numu ii. Hum
III U I I I U I K VV U
vmcu LIST OF
l-Kil 10 100 1000
18 to 24 inches.. COc 1.00 $20.00
2 to 3 feet 00c 0.00 35.00
!3to-lfeet Sl.'JS 8.00 55.00
l'EU 10 10O
4 to Cinches... 2.00 $10.00
0 to 12 inches.. COc 2.50 1C.00
12 to 18 "
18lo 24 "
2 to ii feet..
3 to 4 " ..
4 tofi " ..
0 to U " . .
.. COc 3.fi0 20.00
.. tco o.oo ::o.oo
..$1.00 7.00 40.00
. . 1.25 9.00
Cuttings, per 100, $1.00; per 1,000, $0.CO.
White Jlulherry Seed, per ounce, 30
cents; per pound, $3.00.
Russian Mulberry Seed, per ounce, CO
cents; per pound, $7.00.
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter
Is Agent for the following papers:
South, and "West, semi.monthly, 00c a
Farmer's Call, weekly, 00c per year;
Farmer's Home, monthly, 00c per year;
Home and School Visitor, monthly,
75c per year.
As an inducement to parties to older
their Silk Worm Eggs during the bum.
mer, to ho forwarde'il In the full, I oiler
premiums, from April 1st, as follows:
Kor$l, 2,000 cges, and n book of in
For $2, 5,000 eggs, hook of instruction
and any ono paper.
1'or $3, 14"7- SKi un(l H,ly two Pipers,
For $5, l'oz. eggs, two papers nml book.
For $0.50, 2 oz. eggs, and threo papers.
For $14, 3 oz. eggs, 3 papers and hook.
For $17, 4 oz. eggs, and four papers.
For $21, fi o. eggs, 4 papers and hook
The above charges "aro tho regular
libt prices for eggs," nml tho papers will
ho bent as heiu btaled for one year,
Those holding orders through the Mini,
mer, accompanied by lliu cash uuiouut,
(Post-Onieo orders payable to me, on
Post Ofllcc, I'cmuurton, Xew Jersey, U,
8. A.) will receive the premiums to
which their oidcr entitles them, com.
meuciug al once, and tho egg will he
aent about November 1st.
i:i.Tiii: laxcoiiX jiokkitj:h,
Practical Bilk Cultuiist,
New Lisbon, Burlington Co.,
077 HEW JERSEY.
Kcpnlriuir, lllaeksinitlilii!' and every de .eiipllon in the Carriage and Wagon
llnc""inaniifnetured.' Fslimntes and drawings furnished for all Car
riage and Wagon building. I have also got up a now kind of lMiggy
Cat t, which for cheapness and practicability exceeds any cart ever
brought to this country,
"WITH Oil WITHOUT rouniKG TO!
Ersa 3EJ- -
07!) ;im King .Street, adjoining Geo.
V MummM, boots and shoesJI iHf
Has received by late stcameis a splendid line of
BOOTS, SHOES ATO SIIPPEES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
gCSr Don't UPslss tlio Boor. ,i3I
970 li m
T nml Of) XTotel Street,
NEW GOODS JUST ItEOElVED, WAX MAIUPOSA.-Cibel's Extract Ueef, Lie.
big's Extract Beef, Day &: Maitin's Shoe Blacking, Kingsford "Washing
Starch, Unpple's Unpberry Syrup, Crysplc Drip, 1 gallon tin; do y, gallon
tins; Mackerel boiled in Tomatoc Sauce, Batty X'lhob Sauce, do Pickles,
Jars Spiced Lambs' Tongues, Cases Pickle RollKegs Holland llcrrincs, An
chovies in Oil, Cicam Cheese, Cases Saloon Tilot Brciul, do Medium Bread,
Bird Seed, Kegs Family Butter, Dutch Sausages, Pohasco Sauce, Fine Table
Raisins, Bottled Lemon Syrup?, Curried Oysters, Jars Soused Pigs' Feet,
Kegs Soused Pis' Feet, do German Pickles, do Anchovies, Swiss Cheese,
Gcrmea, Hemp Seed, Bape Seed, Bbls Salmon, Apples, Cala Dried Figs, do
SOMETHING NEW Oxford Brawn, do Pigs' Feet, Cherries, Fresh Currants, do
Gooseberries, Pio Plant, Horse Radish Hoots, Eastern Apples in Tim, Jars
and Shells, and a full lino of 'staple and fancy groceries.
PRICES LOW. Goods guaranteed and delivered to all parts of the city. Fresh
Island Butter always on hand.
Island Orders solicited. ' Telephone No. 210. 'P. O. Uox 207'. (7C2
lilfts The Corner Harness Store
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having been lcceived by me .they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same quality of (Goods can be purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, 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 workmanship
and material lemnins unchallenged rttmS my six years' residence here.
Thankful for the geneious patronage of "vrP Jiast, its continuance and increase In
the future is respectfully solfehcd at the old btnnd.
880 :iin Corner of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, II. I
Every Descriptioii of Joli Printing
Executed with neatness and dispatch,
Daily Bulletin Steam Printing" Office,
Bills of Lading
JK3Btv.-, AiS1!HfA :.,sv
r would beg to notify the public in general that
1 have opened a Carriage and Wagon shop on
King Street, at tho old stand of M. .1. losc,
nml lately occupied by Messrs. Whitman &
Wright, where 1 am prepared to do any kind
of Carriage and Wagon work, in a llrst class,
. durable and practical manner. 11 v close and
Ipiotnpt attention to business, satisfactory
work, low and reasonable charges, 1 hope to
some of the public patronage.
W. Lincoln, Contractor and Builder.
103 Fort Street,
Still to the Front !
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