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JHh$ Editor lli'u.r.nx: Lei nic now a' "
flRra proceed to show my lotulers r t
9Rf briefly and ns plainly as possible. ' Third Annual
Editor lli'u.r.nx: Lei me now
proceed to show my leaders r
briefly and as plainly as possible.
what hydropathy will do for tills
diseased anil dying person towards
sating liis life, and restoring him
again to vigorous heallh, simply by
purifying every organ of the body.
When nny diseased person enters
upon the hydropathic treatment, the
first effect produced is to relieve the
most prominent symptoms of the
disease, such as pain, inflammatory
action, morbid heat, irritability,
fever, restlessness and oppression.
But the reader may wish to know
how these things are accomplished, or
'how does hydropathy act, and Ill's
is exactly what my mission is to
show you. These arc accomplished
by the operation of a certain un
changeable natural law which h:is
been implanted within us by the
Creator, for the preservation of his
handy work, and is inherent in all
animals, and this law is named in
science "The Law of Kndosmo-.cs
and Exosmoses," which was origin
ally discovered by Prof. Dutiochut,
and demonstrated by 1'rof. Liebig,
certain facts in relation to the inter
change of dissimilar fluids in dif
ferent parts of any animal stiue
tures. According to the active piin
ciple of these laws whenever any
animal membrane lias one of its sur
faces brought in contact with u
different fluid an intei changing cur
rent takes place between the fluid
within the animal membrane and
the fluid without, and each fluid
passes and commingles with the
other by a continuous interchange
until each fluid is exactly similai.
The term Eudosmose means inhi
bition, and is applied to the current
passing from without to within, and
Exosmosc means tiansudation and
is applied to the current parsing
from within to without. Let it be
remembered as I have pteviously
intimated that in all cases of posi
tive disease the blood held in the
capillary vessels is highly charged
with elfete, foreign and pononous
matters, all of which are held in
solution by the predominance of
water in the blood. Now, when
pure water in proper quant'ty, tem
perature and condition!) is held in
contact with the surface of the skin
of a diseased human body, it meets
the water which is within that holds
in solution the gross numerous mat
ters in the blood, and the action of
the pathes of hydro stimulated by
animal heat, combined wltii the
action of the laws of Endosmose and
Exosmose, immediatly commence?
and continues to operate by inler
, changing, until the pure water with
out and the impure water coyUiir.d
in the cupillarvvijsbals within are
porfp.ctly asslimlated, and thee pio
cesses arc repeated by hydropathic
appliances until all the gioss dis
eased matters in the blood and body
are absorbed outwardly and sup
planted by pure water.
I trust, I have now succeeded in
showing my readers at least one out
of many principles upon which the
hydropathic science of alllnity puri
fies all diseases from the human
body. And providing these prin
ciples arc true, and 1 know they
are, and I challenge the scientific
world to confute them, it may lie
asked why is theie so much disease
and suffering. It is because the
people are ignorant, piejudiccd and
unbelieving, and will not think for
themselves, and to sum up the mat
ter, 1 answer, because they will not
be made clean. And heic in these
beautiful Islands, where a'l the con
ditions of temperature and salubrity
are so favorable to the full enjoy
ment of all animal life and health,
it is sad to know of a thousand or
more of this noble people, languish
ing out their life in hopeless misery.
In conclusion I may now predict
that as soon as the principles which
I advocate, together with the prac
tice of hygiene, are established and
properly conducted at the leper hos
pitals upon these Islands such re
sults will follow in a period of six
or nine months that many of the cases
may bo discuaiged as cured, and
those who now oppose its adoption
will stand ashamed of what they are
J. IlKnnr.itT Rehvi:, F. II. S.
Professor of Hydropathy.
CIiuh. Crewer Ss Co.V
Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Shippers will plcinw tako notice that the
Uensou, master, will load In Uoslon for
thib poit in JULY new I.
iQr For fm liter particulurn apply lo
C. BREWER & Co.,
Honolulu, 51ny 15, 1880.
HA.VINU been appointed by tlio an.
preinu Court the pinnliiiu of the
person and estato of J011X HO HELLO,
found by the Court to bo incapable, of
taking care of himself, nil pcrnous mo
liBroby warned against having any deal
ings with the bdld John Itobcllo, and all
parlies having any claims, against him
are hereby notified to present the same
to J. Ilyman, and all patties owing tlio
said John Hobello tire requested to
settle with J. Hynuin alorcwiid.
Honolulu, April 0, 1850. 812 lm
Swab- snTinir Ins life, and lestorinir hi in ITS 11 ft i '
WW-. airaii to vcoroits health, siiinv iv RIU ! PMT 1 ' wnmiiimio, 1..., ion ll' I i,n A i.
sjfc itiaf. nil uni. nrni in nni i ia i tn inrn tun i 1 1. 'in i. . Ba.iimiai'a
Rt'j most prominent symptoms of the rn A 1)1)1171?! Jjjl W lU OS UUii IJJKjUUib
Hawaiian Jockor Cliili
TO III! 11KL1) AT
June U and 12, 1886.
First Day, Juno Ll, 1SS(.
1 Honolulu Plate,
Kittmlng Itucc. half-mile dnli, open
2 Kapioltuii Park Plate,
Killiiilip; Hare. 3, -mile dash, open lo
all hoi'-t'o liicil In the Kingdom that
have never run at any meeting ot tit
3 King'n Plate,
Tio ling and paring, mile heal;, be-t
two in ilnee: five tor nil hoi-e not
having a leeoul of tlnve minute- or
lieller: lo lie owned and driven by
member of the .loekey C lub.
4 Hawaiian Joekoy Club Cup,
Iliiuiiiii;; Itnee. n -wcepsl.ike of $50
added; eup lo he won by the -nine
lier-on twice, the m'cuiuI Iniiliii; lo
lie at any Inline auuiiiil meeting: one
mile d.i-h. open lo till lluee-year-nhN;
mmIciI iioinln.illon-. itirhi-ing a
fee of SKI. to he -ent lo Hie Secietary
of I he Hawaiian .loel.ey Chili on or
boioie l' l'.M. on the llli dav of .lime.
Kimil iicceptiinee- a- lo the balance of
sw eei 1. 1 ,l,e mi or liefoie U I'M. on
the lOili of .lime. Second iilal Cup
i mi for Ki-l yeai.
5 Oceanic Plate,
Kc'iiimi'; I! ee. one mile claMi. free
lo'-e'l liaw.'Uim bied hoi':e. Maid
en" allowed ne pounds.
G Wnikapu Cup,
I.iiinii'i'; Kaee. a sweepstake of 62.")
added. -, mile da-li opci to o'l two-ye-ii-old
Hawaiian bied lioi'jo-. Cup
lo be won by Iioim1 heating thu two-,e.n-old
i ('colli. 1 :l'.!.
7 Kanichameha Plate,
Kiniiiiiig J.'ivee. 1 .j mile da.-li, open to
all. . "
S Tony Eace,
I.'iiiiniii Itnee. mile du0i, open lo all
poiiic- of A IiiiihI" or under.
Second Day, .Tunc 12,1880.
1 Goverjor Domiuh Plate,
ltiiniiiui: Hace, 5. mile dah. free for
2 Ltinrniakaainpna Plate,
Timi 'ii'; and pacln;;. mile heats bet
two In llnee; open to all Hawaiian
3 Eosita Challenge Cun, $-added,
I'liuuiti'; I'ace. mile da-h. free for
all; winiier to "icat I be record of l!o-i-lla.
1:17' j. Cup to be run for an
niiiillv and to be beld by the winner
nit. II hi lime N lie.ileif ut u regular
nici'ilii!; of Hie A--oe!.ilion.
4-The fiueen's Plate,
liumibig I'ace. mile dah, free for all
Hawaiian bred hore.
5 The Hawaiian Plato,
Tml ting and pacing, mile heats, best
two hi ibiee; all hordes having a re
cord of L'ir.O or lieher lo go to wagon.
6 Hb Majesty's Cup,
Running Itace. a sweep-lake of $.10
added, I1, mile da-h, fiee for all
Hnee-yeai-oliN owned by membeis
of the Club. Thu cup lo"be run for
c. o. iji:rer,
Sec'y Hawaiian Jockey Club.
FiWE COLUMBIA RIVER
Just ncelved, pir Zculim
din, and lor salo by
AXXAMS As CO.,
Ouecn Mrrei. rim
IS conscipience of having keen burned
out I beg to notify my trlouiU and
tlin public in general, that I lnie re
moved to 10(1 Niiuann street, next to the
Commercial Hotel. Coffee and Lunch
at all hour, as before.
:iaa iin tho.mas .mtldoon.
''PIIK umleifigned 1ms moved Into tlio
X olllco ol Mr. J. 10. Wibcmati, whuie
he will be picparcd to futuisb bouse,
hold crvanty, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese inturpieting, and a general
hindni'). (.1!) lliu) SOYOXG.
Queen St., next llulletln Oll'ce
IIomch broken to Hud
dle nnd Harness
Horses boaidcd by tlio
day, week, or mouth,
Horses Clipped. tr" Telephone lHi.
K 0. II ill it Mm,
Inter.llaml t, M. Co.,
lluw'n Aiairtiltuiul Co,
WIliloiV Steamship Co.,
('. Iltcwci ifcf'o,
W u 11 u I. u Sugar Co.,
lleclprocity Sugar Co ,
L.A T11UHST0N, Slock Ilrokei.
:W Merchant Stteet 151 ly
pv brig Consurln.
20 Tons Bran
I1W Heilroom Sets, Marble top,
G Piano box Buggies, Full Leather Top,,
5 Piano box Sldo bar, Leather Top, Quaker
2 Lrallrtp Buggies,
a I'liaetons, Leather-top, Quaker City.
To be sold immediately a arrival
Aurtii necr nnd Coin. Mcirliant.
a m:w 'Nvoit-'. op
Me Md Claret
(sffl.UIOU (Jl AL1T1),
In Hair Casks of 30 Gallons each.
For sale injlond or Only paid by
M.S. GKIX11AUM &Co.,
01 Queen Slice!. Honolulu. Sin
St'in Candy Factory
F. HOE If , : : Proprietor
No. 71 1IOTKL ST., between
Niiu.niu and Koit ht.-.
lias ulwiiVH on band tl,e largest Stock
of Ctui(lIe,bolh Plain and Kancy, guar,
aiilcid to be STltlCTLY 1'UhK
"WliolcHJilc mill I'S.eLuil.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of n Twenty Years' neputniion, all
Si'es always on bund, oiimmcntul
in any Sljle.
Pastries of All Dcseription Made to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh overy Day.
Hull and Mutual Telephone, No. 14.
I O .llox No. 7f. Ifl"
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lcivoniule, Aeiated Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Srj-iupv. and lseuees.
Wg Use Patent Stoppers
in all ourllottlcs.
Wo invite particular utti ntion to our
Patent Filler, tecenlly Introduced, by
which all waters titcd in our inaiiufac.
lures is absolutely freed fiom all iin
liurilies. We deliver our Goods ftcc of charge
loallpaitsof theeity. Wo guaianlce
our Goods to be the betl in llie market.
Caicful attention paid to Island Oideis.
The Crystal Soda Works,
I'. O Ilo.x !i07, Honolulu.
Still Tt!liiiliut( : : i8
Hint mil 'BVh'itliono : .'SIIO
- Oideis left with llciison, Smith &
Co., No. 11 Foil
Stteel, will iccche
We, iiIfo, are Agents for the
of J. W. llingley'h
188 of liir. umii inai.iifiKluro. fim
AVIJlJlK'S S. S. CO.
5fe$j; IClng, Coniinander,
LeaveH Honolulu each Tuesday ut
4 p.m., touching at Lahulna, Muu
Itieii Hay, Makenn, Mnhulionn, Ku
waihno, Jiuupiihoohoo and Hllo.
Iteturning, will touch at all the
alove portn, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon.
IMI OUTKTW AN'I)
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
I'.UST COHXFlt FOIll AND KING SI'HKHTS.
New GooiIk n eel veil by every I'nekct from Ihu Eai tern .Stales mid Kurope.
KiimIi Ciilllnriil.i 1'iodiieu ) every Hieanier All oiders falibfully iitteiidcd to.
and Ooo I- dcltvciui lu tiny mrt of l - eiiy 'free of clia-'ue. Il'iuil OMler "nil.
eltul. S.iikfiiillon guiiraiiU'eil. l'ost OlIU-u llnx M5. Telephone No. !)i. KiS ly
rn I ii
P. 0. llox 'J07.
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on thu way. Jur-t leoeivul Keu Sauei Kriut, kegs Hol
land Herring-, Kegs Tiipc, k'egs Oeruuti Pickles, keus ,Mi.ul l'lfcMcs, kill
Salmon lK-llle, kiK Maekeiol, l.egs Family l'-irk, k"gH CoiihmI lleef. For
llteakfas'- While Oitf, Geiinea; Hiuiiuriisi Gem umi Sbreilcd Mal.e. Ai'o, .,
lluu lot of New Zealand alio Punlaad l'eaehblov l'omiu 1 1 w !i vs on hand.
Tlio vei v ltei of ISLAND hill TKK, pk-nis foi crvlnidy.
I'ricL'.H low mid SniiMtiu'tidii iiuiii'iiii(vMl.
(Formeily with Sjiimh i ' .
Iitioi'(3' anil Bl.'uh-i- :n
STOVES, CHAMDLilEK&, UkWiPS,
OllOCKr.HY, GI.AShANAHJ., 11 'L'sh MltNIHING ll.MtDWAKi;,
AGATl'. IHON AND I1NWAIM
Agent Hall's Sa.te and Lock Company.
Beaver Eiock, - Fort Street.
t3T Ploiu foitnerly neLiiple 1 liv fc. N TI , jn o.s te S iccKd- S. Co.'s ll.uilt "GU
wMwwyifMiitwft'MHrfjiiiniVB XfWJr&xxmrAxiaatJwTnfrjr irmprttvittvsa
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a I. in o and catefuliy sflc-ird Mori, oJ
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Cu.siom-Mailu Clothing, and Hat and Cap
11 all lie Latest Myloi and Pattens.
ZSf" J'mtlnulnr attention isrnlhd to an elegant lino of Gent''! Neckwear.
- i'i:?M." - ' - tijrp - W'
JOHN I0W. 1.
GO i . 'Vj'iij' ' ' .. ? "')
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House ECeepin&f Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, CCPPEE AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
cINTYRE & BRO.,
WjUJjfcH -W-mi MJttl U-Wr rj.lX..tWirM&KTAm
- 'r - '.?t'y - - j - ' - - FTr!" ).w.,w .jT.t -m-
April 5th, 1886,
8 KaalniMi Street.
A GOOD, sober, lcllable, iteadv mini,
one iim'iI lo the countiy. To lake
eaie of hordes, milk a few i own, and at
lend to grounds at a prlvalo rcsldenen
on Maul. None need appl) iiiiIckh fully
able In tin ct the above leipilietneniH,
Wilirort, .'5 ti inonlli, boiiid nnd leiliiliig
Apply in JK W1SIMAN,
lien i iiuDiiieMi .gciu.
Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Wash Doe Jersey Gloves,
Kluuled I'll ilic-",
Sash and other Ribbons
HIS latest ulylc.
HAVING been obliged (on short
notice by the above element) to
iiiuvu to soinn other quarters, we would
therefotu notlly our palions, and all
tho-e that wish us well, that we me now
67 and 69 Hotel Street,
where we shall be prc arcd lo 1111
abn, in the Feed line, as
Hay and Grain.
Oi.lers olleltrd, prompt attention and
tail iiii'c giiiiiMiiiced.
eiir licit IVlcplune 2-11), Mutual Tele
p'llUll' ID I.
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
'Sole Importers of
S. lachman & Co.'s California "Wines,
John Exchaw's No. 1 Hiandy,
J. Pcllison's ond 10 year-old Brandy,
J. J. Mclcher's " Elephant" Gin,
ii. w. smith & co.'s
" Thistle Dew" WMiiy,
Coalcs & Co.'s 'Plymouth "Gin, etc.
A rULIi i.inu or tiik
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
si'iiuts, i.iqunuite, rrc,
cmistanlly on hand aud for sale at the
Oiders filled promplly and all Goods
P. 0. Eox 3G2.
"Will ho open every afieinoon and even
ing as follows:
iluy umi Nutui'ilny r.vciitiicN.
To the public in geneial.
For ladles and gentlemen.
For Indict, gentlemen and chlldicn.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
W1LLLUI WALL, Manager.
FOU SALE JiY
;J. I, uAllilillulMj, at
loseito Skating Kink,
Great Excitomont in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Yenvrt "Without
(joiiig to Jcd.
Mil. Kmit.it: M Iillu r-iuticiiii a few
tlnj m at the pUiiant n'lislilu town uf
Alieiystwlth, CaiuLanhlie, 'Wales, 1
hearn related what i-ecinid lo nu' eiiher
a faliulousiiiuii or a iimivulluus euie.
Tiiu lory was that a poor Millerir ho
had nut lx.cn ahlu to lludiiMi in led for
hi loiiK yeuiH, kIwii up lo die liy i ll the
Dnctoie, had been sptcdlly eilrtd liy
miiiiu I'nti'iit Medli'iiiu. It ',ti lelalul
with the mure implicit eunlldenci! fnun
the elieuiustatui', as wan mid, that the
Vlearuf I.laniyi-td was lamiliar wlili
llie laelH, and could vouch for the truth
of the report .
Having ii llltlu curiosity to know how
such s-toile.H grow In travelling, I took
the lilieiiy while at thu village ol Lluu.
r.ttvd to call upon the Vicar, the llev.
T Evan?, and to enquire about this
woudeifiil euro. 'Ihoii)ha total slran.
gcr to It t in, lioth lie and Ids wife most
graciously eiitcitalnid mu In a half
liuur'MMmvcrHitlon, principally touching
Die ea-e of .Mr. 1'ugli, In which llicy
(eiincd to lake a deep and sympathetic
intcieot, having lieeu lamiliar with his
sullerings, ami now icjoieed In what
.seemed lu thoni a mon leiiuukalileeun1.
The Vicar icmaiked that he picsuincil
his name had liccn ciiiiihcIiiI with tlic
leport fiom hlb having incntlonid the
cave to .Mr. .li.lm TliomaH, a elieuiibt of
1. latum, lie i-uiil Mr. I'ugli was former,
ly a lesidcntof their pailsti, but was now
liv lug in llie paihll of Lhiuddeinol.
lie siiongiy Noucncii ,ur. im. rugirs
ehauicter ih ii upeetatle farmer and
worthy of eredil. I lelt lite venerable
Vienr'wllh a livelier souse of ll o happy
lulu. Ion of a pastor and people, feclh.g
that he was one who duly syipp.iiliiica
with all who are alllicud in mind, body,
Oa my icluin lo AbeiHtwith, 1 was
inipies-ed with a delic lo sec Mr. I'uuh,
whox; icpulalloii stood o high. His
fai in is called I'ancnm-M ur,s gnifyltig
"above the dingle," situated near the
summit of a smooth loutnl hill, over,
looking a beautiful valley in which is
situated the lovely ivj itnuiilcil Chinch
uf l.laiuldeiuul. 'I louud Mr. Pugh,
appaienlly iilioul -lOyear.sold.of niidliiin
height, lallier slinlil, vviiliu plua-anland
iiiHlligeul face. I told him 1 had heard
ol hit gieat alllicliou and ot hlMcmail;.
utile umi aliuo't iniiiiculous iclhf, at.d
that 1 hud tome to lonrn from lilsovvn
lips what theie was ot tiulli in the ie.
Mr. l'ugh remarked Unit Ills ueigli.
Lor. had taken u kindly and symp
athetic Intctcsl in Ids case tor many
.vear', but uf late their Inurer-t had betli
gieatly awakened by a happy change in
li is condition. What you lejioil as luiv.
log hiaid ahioad, said he, is sublimit,
hilly title, with one exception. 1 never
uiulcrstood that nij case was ever given
up as liopuless by any Pliytiiciiiii. I
have been tieated by sevenil Doctors
licteaboiits, as good as any in Wales, but
itiitoittmately no prc?ci ipiion tf theirs
ever brought the debited relief.
Fifteen years ago, lie said, I first be.
canio coiiicious ol a tour ami derangal
stomach aud loss ot a petite, which thu
Doelois told me was Dyspepsia. What
lood I could hold in my stomach scent
ed to do ine no goon and was often
tin own it) uitli painful nulling". This
vas followed altera liino wlih a hoarse
ness and a raw soreness of tliu tin oat
which the Doctors called bronchitis,
and I was Healed fur that, but with
little success. Then came shoitucss of
liicath and a sense of sull'ocalion, e) e.
chilly nluhts, with clammy sweat, and I
would have lo get out of bed and some
times open a door or window in winter
weather to till my lungs with the cold
About six yeais ngo 1 became- so bad
thai 1 could not sleep in bed, but had to
take my unquiet rest and dicanii bleep
silling in tin atmeliair. My atlllcilrm
seemed to bo wot king downwind into
mi' bow els as well as upwards into my
lungs and thioai. lu the violent cough,
ing spasms which grew more ficqueht,
my abdomen would expand and collupvo
aud at times it would seem thai 1 should
sutloc.itc. All this lime I was leduced
lu stiength so that 1 could perform no
haul labor and my spiiiis were conse
quently much dcpicssul.
Kiiilyin this last spring 1 had a still
moio severe spasmodic attack, and my
lamily aud ncighhois. became alarmed,
believing that eeilainly I would uolsur.
vivo, when a neighbor, who h.ul some
knowledge, or had luard ol the mull
clue, sent lo Aberystvvith by the driver
of the Omnibus l'ost, some seven miles
distant, mid fetched a bottle of Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup.
This medicine thny administered to
me according to the directions, when to
their suiprise aud delight no less than
my own, the spasm ceased. I became at
ease, and my stomach was calmed. My
bowels weie moved as by a genllo
cathartic, and 1 felt a sense of quiet
com I on, all through such as I had not
before realized in many years. 1 could
walk around the house and breathe
comfortably in n few hours after I had
taken the medicine. I have continued
lo take the medicine daily now for
something over two months, ami I can
liu down and sleep sweetly at nights
and have not since had a iecunci.ee of
lliose terrible spasms and sweatings. I
have been so long broken down and re
duced in my whole system that I have
not tried lo perfonu any very hard out
door labor, deeming it liet lo be pru
dent lest by over-exertion 1 may do my.
self Itijuty before my strength is fully
lestnred. I feel that my stomach and
bowels have been ami are being thor
oughly renovated and renewed by thu
medicine. In tact 1 feel like a new
man. 1 have been much congratulated by
my neighbors, especially liy the good
Vicar of Llanrystjd, who with his siin.
pathetic wife have come three miles to
bhed tears of oy on my lecovery.
I bade .Mr. l'ugh good-bye, happy that
even one til least among thousands had
tumid a lemedy lor an agguiUting ills
ease. llelkviug this lcuuirkahlu case of
Dyspeptic AMlnmi should be known to
the public, 1 beg to submit thu ubovo
facts ab ihoy aie lehned to mu
.'till It vvlj V. T. W.
ALL oideis for Cartage promptly at
tended to. Particular nttentlon
paid to tlio
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices
Olllcc, ndjoining E. I. Adams & Co.'s
983 ly Mutual Tclepliono No. 10,
EUSTACE k ROBERTSON
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