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TUESDAY, JUNK1. 188(5.
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal '
Stmr 0 It Bishop from llninakua
Sehr Loalil fiom KohaU
Sclir Mnna from Hnnomu
S S Australia for Sun Francisco sit t
Ilk Unlbarlon for San Francisco
Stmr Kllattea Hon for Windward I'orU
Stmr Jus Makcc for Walanae ic Iuipna
Stmr W Q Hall for Windward Ports
Uk Star of Devon, MookcH
Itktiic Morning .Star, Turner
Itktno Quo 0 Perkins, Ackcrman
Ship KM a Davenport, Howmnd
Ship Mellaril 111
vesselsTleav i NfTYo-Mo nnow.
Stmr Mokolll forMolokal
Sehr Lcahl for Kohola
Sehr Mann for Honomu
For Windward Ports, per Klnau, May
31 Ills Honor A V Judd, Hon J W
Kalna, lion Q E Itlebavdson. Major J D
Holt. Major Autoue Hosa, Mis Mario
vou ilolt, J 11 Jones and wife, Mrs J 11
Sueyd-Kyuucrsley, Mrs Wight, 11 Wal
lace uud bride, Prof 0 11 Hitchcock,
W A Kinney, W A Whiting, F J Testa.
J Stnpplchccn, Miss Wodeluuse, J X S
William, V L Adams, M .Monlson, .1
Mnguhe, J A Scott, U I) WelK J I S
More, Mrs Kcn'wuy, A X ICcpolkat and
wife. .Mrs Schull.cy, nnd 100 deck.
For Kiihitlul, per Ukcllke, May 31
Mr Lnx and wife. Mr Sergeant, Mrs
Sergeant, Sr, Ed Hore, Cr 0 Kcnyou,
and 70 deck.
For Kaunl, per Iwalanl. May 31 V
Kundseu, R W T Purvis, Capt J ltosis,
O W Spitz, 11 Gregory, Dr G Martin,
uud about 40 deck.
In Honolulu, Mayplst, to the wife of
J. E. Wiseman, a daughter. Car San
Frauclsco papers pleao copy.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
It was reported about town this
afternoon that tho Steam Laundry
had shut down for good. On making
enquiries at headquarters it was
ascertained that the Laundry was
running in bettor oner than ever;
shutting down for good was not even
Within a plats ease in one of tho
window of West, Dow &. Co.'s store,
a, very largo wedding cake, mado by
Mr. F. Horn, is on exhibition. It is
three feet high, and two feet and a
half in diameter at tho base. It has
6 stories, and is surmounted with a
basket of sugar and crystalized
llowers. It weighs about 150 pounds,
and is Ornamented with sugar roses
and delicate drapery. This cake is
for salo, and tho ediblo qualities of
Mr. Horn's wedding cakes are so well
known Unit it is not likely to wait
long for a purchaser.
Mn. Wr. M. Graham has resigned
his position as manager of the Ha
waiian Hotel, to accept a position in
the oillco of G. W. Macfarlano &. Co.,
filling the vacancy caused by tho
resignation of Mr. W. S. Hanks. Mr.
Graham will also assume the duties of
Wells, Fargo's express agency in the
office of Mucfarlane it Co. Mr. Bart
lctt, formerly chief steward of the
Occidental Hotel of San Francisco,
and lately jof the Hawaiian Hotel,
has been promoted to tho manage
ment of the last mentioned establish
ment, and assumed his duties as
such this morning.
Several mornings ago two men
stepped into tho Beaver Saloon while
n young German named Nelson was
attending bar and asked to see tho
pipes and cigar holders. Tho young
man complied with tho request and
piled some of valuable pipes on thu
counter. While one of tho men was
examining them tho other called the
bar-tender into tho kitchen thus,
giving the first man a chance to
sfcvff his pockets. Tho affair was
kept quiet until this afternoon, when
tho two men quanelcd, and ono told
on the other. Tho one who took tho
pipes was to leave by the steamer
this afternoon, but a warrant has
boon issued for his arrest.
A new lot of Boca draught beer at
tho Commercial, 12iccnts per glass.
Fictuhe Frames & Cornices mado
to order, old Frames repaired, regild
ed, etc. King Bros.' Art store.
Yum! Yum! Tho Choicest Cream
and Fancy Candies just opened at
tho Elito Ice Cream Parlors! Try
A Geiimak has a littlo girl, about
10 years old, speaks English, for
whom ho wishes a placo in a respect
ablo family, whero she can attend
bchool and ho helpful in tho family.
Answer "Girl," Bulletin ollico. -10
Just received per Australia a now
shipment of the celebrated Boca
draught beor, for salo at tho Com
mercial, 12 cents per glass. -12 St.
THE FIRE ELECTION.
A prominent member of Kngino
Co. No. 2 says that tho ticket likely
to carrv thu field at tho election of
engineers next Monday is O. li.
"WHmmi, Audio and Hustaco. Ano
thor flroman says tho old ticket
Nott, Monharrat and Aseho will
gain the day. It is further baid that
Co. No. 4 is in favor of the first
montioued ticket; also that Co. No.
2 may ohaiigo their candidates at.
tho mooting to-morrow evening, and
so might othor companies revise
their tickets at their meetings tills
week. Some firemen think that
making a ticket and holding it as a
company nilair is a mistake. Thoy
say that ft committee roj)reonting
every firo company In Honolulu
should be appointed with power to
nominate several persons for chief,
First nml Second Assistant, so that
every fireman could vote for the
candidates ho liked without nny
company feeling. Furthermore,
that engineers should bo elected for
two years, and not have two elec
tion of engineers for one appropriation.
A HANDSOME GAVEL.
An exquisitely wrought and
finished gavel was exhibited in the
Uvlletin ofllee this morning by Mr.
V. V. Asbford. The workmanship
and polishing of the article enlisted
the services of three first elas3 arti
ficers. It was out out and construc
ted by Mr. Green, turned by Her
rick and polished by O'Tremba.
The handle is composed of orange,
lemon, nlgaroba, and cocoauut
woods. The head consists of pubala,
kna, kott, sandal, inilo and kamvila,
so thai the whole implement con
tains ten varieties of native woods.
The handle is also finished at the
end with a neatly wrought piece of
walrus tusk from the late Queen
Emma's effects. All the islands in
the kingdom were laid under contri
bution to provide the several pieces.
One piece comes from near the site
of Captain Cook's monument, an
other from Kailua, tho first seat of
missionary operations, a third comes
from tho King's grove at Waikiki,
and the rest from other points of
historic interest. Tho gavel is in
tended by Mr. Ashford for presenta
tion to Occident Lodge of Free nnd
Accepted Masons, Toronto, Canada.
FR0FESS0R ANDERSON'S LAST SHOW.
Professor Anderson's performance
at the Opera House last evening was
before a very meagre audience.
After several minor tricks wero done
and some simple ones explained to
the audienco tho pie-eating contest
was announced. Two boys from
tho gallery went upon tho stage and
with their hands tied behind them
they knelt and devoured pic from
the seat of a chair. Tho spectators
laughed at this feat and applauded
loudly, when master Willio Horrick
was pronounced tho wipuer. Miss
Hose Makeo was awarded a pretty
dress pattern for being tho hand
somest lady present, and Mr. J. II.
Railway a picture and gilt fratno for
being the best looking gentleman
among the audience. Mr. Dan.
Logan, of tho liuu.uxix, then re
ceived an open face stem winding
watch as a prize for the best conun
drum, which was: "Why is tho
Hon. L. A. Thurston, member for
Molokai, like one of the cannon on
tho top of Punchbowl? Because ho
does not know what ho is charged
with." This conundrum received
loud applauso from tho audience,
and was sanctioned by them as be
in": the best.
A LEGISLATIVE EPISODE.
This forenoon Rep. Thurston, In
tho Legislative Assembly, undertook
his reply to tbe resolution ordering
him to apologize to the house for
alleged insulting words used, in de
bate on the liquor bill, on Tuesday
last, toward the Finance Minister.
In tho course of a lengthy speech, he
apologized to tho house for having
transgressed tho rules, and to the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, tho
Minister of Interior, and the Attorney-General,
for the language so far
as it might be construed to reflect
on them. But ho positively declined
to apologize to tho Minister of Fi
nance, and arraigned him before the
house as a minister of the crown
who bad disgraced himself and tho
nation by appearing iu the Assembly
I la. m M 111! nil4 Al AAllilirllll iVl
III Ull MILVAIUIUCU WUIIUIUUIJ. 1111.
Thurston was frequently interrupted
in his address, Ministers Gibson and
Neumann at one point strongly pro
testing against him being allowed to
proceed in 'the strain that lie was
following. At noon Rep. Keau was
speaking against a motion mado by
himself to accept tho apology, and
on his attention being called to that
peculiar course, moved for a recess
till half-past 1, which carried.
Among tho interesting parts of Mr.
Thurston's speech were caustic re
marks on Mr. Kaulukou's course in
the matter and on the attitude as
sumed toward him by tho J)uily
OPERA HOUSE BONBONS.
On Saturday night next our
amusctnent-loving publics aro pro
mised a treat in tho nppcaranco of
tho great versatile entertainers,
Messrs. Harry Kmmot and Arthur
Hranscombe. These gentlemen have
shown their talents iu almost every
quarter of the globo and both the
Knglish and Australian press highly
eulogise them. The Melbourne
ArrK8 says : "Mr. Emmet's won
derful voice nnd expressive features
always command attention. You
feel bis picsence, and aro pleased
that it is so." The Manchester
Guardian in describing a grand
fetoin that city, said: "But the
life and soul of tho nffair was Ar
thur Branscouibo. As an improvi
sator mimic, nnd vocal comedian
he is unrivalled." The Sydney
Morniny Jlcruld remarked that
"tho departure from Australia of
such artistio favorites a3 Mr. Harry
Emmet and Mr. Arthur Branscombo
is fraught with regret. Nature lias
gifted them with laughter provoking
powers, and their assiduous atten
tion to the talents grave and gay
lias made them bright Btars in the
theatrical firmament. Their suc
cess has been brilliant here, nnd we
envy America's gain in receiving
tlieia." They liavo engaged a full
orchestra and, as tb proRriinimo
shows n most attractive entoitaln
inent; and as they only appear on
three nights June oth, 7lh and
lith; nnd as the box plan is fast
Idling up, everybody is recommended
to book seats at Wiseman's at once.
PARTY ON THE AUSTRALIA.
A moro pleasant occasion or a
happier gathering than last night's
reception and reunion on board the
Oceanic Steamship Company's
steamer Australia could scarcely be
desired or imagined. Happy parties
ashore and on board ships In harbor
are no novelty to the people of
Honolulu, and when they charac
terize the last as ono of tho bust
as many were heard to do last night
they bestow praise of the highest
Tho light showers of tho afternoon
had dampened tho dust at the ap
proaches to tho wharf, and cooled
the evening atmosphere. Light and
ornamentation were supplied to tho
wharf and Company's shed near tho
steamer by Japanese lanterns. The
decks of the steamer were also
made pretty and pleasant by tho
By 7 :!i0 o'clock most of the in
vited guests had arrived, which in
cluded the President, Nobles, and
Representatives of the Legislative
Assembly and their families, nud
numerous other ladies and gentle
men. Among those present wero
His Majesty the King, and three of
His Majesty's Ministers Their Kx
ccllenciesMr. Gibson, Mr. Neumann,
and Mr. Kapena; His Excellency
Governor Doininis; His Excellency
Geo. W. Merrill, U. S. Minister
Resident, nnd Mrs. Men 111; U. S.
Consul-General Putnam and Miss
Putnam; Mr. F. P. Hastings, TJ. S.
Vicc-Consul; Mr. R. W. Laine,
Spanish Vice-Consul and Mrs. Laine ;
Mr. A. J. Cartwiight, Consul for
Peru; Hon. J. S. Walker, the
Misses Walker, Hon. John A. Cum
mins, Samuel Parker, S. G. Wilder
and V. C. Parko; Colonel Claus
Sprcckcls, Mrs. Sprockets and Miss
Emma Sprcckcls; Mr. Win. G.
Irwin, many of tho representatives,
and a large number of citizens.
The Royal Hawaiian Band plnyed
on the hurricano deck, and the
guests passed tho first part of the
evening in listening to the music,
promenading the decks, and inspec
ting the ship. Those who were
familiar with the Australia as she
was expressed surprised at the im
provements effected by the recent
repairs and refitting.
Shortly after 9 o'clock tho guests
were summoned to supper in the
largo Baloon below. Hero a magni
ficent spread was prepared that
could scarcely be excelled by tho
finest hotel in San Francisco. Cap
tain Webber presided, and when the
feasting was drawing to a close, pro
posed tho health of the King, which
was enthusiastically drunk, nnd
happily responded to by His Maj
esty. Other toasts included Captain
Webber, Colonel Spreckels, Hon. J.
S. Walker, tho Ladies, and the Ha
waiian Kingdom. The speeches
were both more interesting and more
instructive than speeches on similar
occasions usually arc, and would
have been reproduced in full were it
not for the pressure on our columns
of legislative matters.
Tho company dispersed soon after
1 1 o'c,ock, satisfied with tho even
ing's enjoyment, and thankful for
the month of May, 188C:
The total number of deaths reported
for thu month of May was 38, distri
buted as follows:
Under 1 year.... C
From 1 to S 2
From 5 to 10. . . . 0
From 10 to 20... U
From flO to -10..
From 40 to CO. .
Fiom CO to CO..
From CO to 70..
Males, 23 Females, lfi
8. Isles 0
Great Britain 0
Other nations... 1
causk ok death:
Consumption. ... 5
DIs. of Kindey.
Ols. of Heart...
Num ber unattended 14
COMl'AKATIVK MONTHLY MOIITALITV!
Annual death rato per 1000 for month
81CKNKSS IN TUB SCHOOLS.
Fort Street School...
St. Alhan's College...
St. Louis' College . . .
Audit Hoard of Health.
-A MtW INVOICE OK
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons eaoh.
For solo In Bond or Duty paid by
M. 8. GRINBAUM & Co,
02 Queen Street, Honolulu. 3m
(jen'ine Frencn Glare
per s.s. Au tralla, on the '-'"111,
In the Ice Room
Celery, Horseradish Knot, Sicily Ltm.
on?, Roll Butier. Also,
Smoked Salmon & Halibut,
Block CodrMi, New York Cheese,
and u large assortment of
Groceries and Provisions.
FOR SALE CHEAP BY
II. iMCA-Y" Ac CO.
rTUIE NEW METHOD of making Pol
JL out of Tnfo Ilour has minced
(he tlmo from $ hour to only 1
hour. The old method of cooking it
In a hag has been cllM'tircleil. There
Is no n cod of building; Hro
but It cull he cooked al tun sime time
that the ortlliuny m;ul is being
Take an ugato iron or porcelain lined
saucepan, and pnur Inio it one purl of
Tuio Flour to two parts of water. Mix
well and bu sure thrro aro no lumps.
Placo tho tauccpnn over a good fire and
s-tlr the Hour nnd water with a wooden
spoon or stick until it becomes thick,
which will take from U to 5 minutes,
according to heat employed. After It
is thick occasional thorough stirring it
necessary, adding a littlo wnrm water
from umu to lime to prevent us gelling
too think. Let It simmer foi nearly an
hour and be almost as stiff as palnl
that Is, epiite thick. Put it into a cala
bash or large bowl, and let it stand
from two to three days, when It will he
roine nice and tart.
Should the Pol show a tendency to
become cloiry or lumpy, it nan easily
bo remedied by unnothliig down with a
potato masher or wooden spoon.
Persons preferring sweet pol will find
that by cooking the Hour according to
the above instructions while preparing
their evening meal and letting it Mo ml
over night It will bu in proper condition
for un on tho following morning. iJi
Begs to inform the Public In general
that he bus received an
of Ladle', Gents' and Children's
Boots, Shoes &
nPIIE above Residence of Mr. Theo.
X II. Davies, comprising 4 acres
of land, and
2 Complete Houses,
which will ho let separately or together.
J2T Very liberal terms will ho oflcr.
cd to good icnanls. Apply to
m lm THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
Just received, per Zealan
dla, and for salo by
ADAMS to CO.,
Queen Street. lm
fj 00 100
(3 K'fl 500
" Ml 100
Haw'n Carriage Manf'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & Son,
Inter.lsland S. N. Co.,
Ilaw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wildei's Steamship Co.,
fl Urntvnr r fi
Woodlawn Dalr'v. 00 100
Walluku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Hioket.
38 Merchant Rtrni-I. 151 ly
1 Second-hand Billiard Tabic,
sizo 5x10, manufactured by P. Lie-
senfehl, S. F., cushions aro cpilck
and it is iu good ' rder. 1 havu also
5 Now Killlui'd Cloi.hw,
which will tit a largo table. ANo,
1 Set Ivory Billiard Balls, 2 3.8, new.
culm c .t. McCarthy.
QUONO YUEN YORK KEE of Ho.
noliilu, Oahu, having mado an
alignment of all tholr properly, etc., to
tho undersigned for tho bcuellt of their
creditors, notlco is hereby given to all
persons to present their claims against
tho said Ouontr Yneu York Kee within
ono month from date to M. Loulpson. at
tho ollico of M. S. Grlnbiium & Co.,
Honolulu, and all persons indebted to
said Quong Yuen York Keo are hereby
lecmcsted to mako immediate payment
to tho undersigned. M LOUISSON,
Assignee of Quong Yuen York liee,
Honolulu, May 24, 1880. 3(Jlw
CHAS. HUSTACE. GROCER,
King .Street, between Kort and Ala ken Streets,
HAS KKCHIVBI), PEIl AUBTKAL.IA,
Smoked Snhnon, Smoked Ilnllbul, Hums, Hacon, Illock CodlUh, Klls nnd tins Sal.
mon Hollies, kegs Uutlcr, Cala Checstc, kegs Pickles, kegs Pig Pork, Table Hal.
slus. Flirs. Almonds. Walnuts. Spiced llcef. Boned Chicken, Lunch Tongue". Chip
ped Heef, dim- Oysters, 8ardluos, Sea Foim Crackers, Flour, llran. Wheat, Onl,
white t'ustllo Soap, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Gennia, I
Breakfast Uerru, Choice Teas, French Pen, etc. Also,
"Good Night" and Falaco
market ratcj and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Are now prepared to furnish in ipmntltles tn suit purchasers
Taro Flour, in bags of 5 lbs. each,
Packed in suitable containers for transhipment between tho Islands and for
foreign shipment. Special orders will b? received and packed in any htyle re.
The Agents have constantly on hand a STOCK of this OEI.EIUtATED AllTI.
CLE, and will be pleased to furnish consumers with pamphlets containing direc
tions for ue.
Orders can he sent to
WM. G. IRWIN Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Mands.
New Goods, Just Received !
Shell' Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full lino of Agate Ware, House- Furnishing Ooods, Eddys & Jcwctt'a Bcfrlgera.
tors, Water Fillers and Coolers, Ice Chests, Whlto Mountain Ice Cream Freezers,
new pattern; Easy Lawn Mowers, Door Mats, Oardeu and Canal Barrows, Axe,
UoiS) I'ielc and Foik Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
CuUlown Muskets, Powder, Shot and Cups,
Fence Wiro and Maples, Manila and Sisal Rope,
Tho latest novelties in Lamp goods, the very Best and -ccoud grade Kcroaeno Oils,
Berry IJros. Furniture Varnish. For salo at lowest market rales by
Tile Pacific Hardware Court Limited,
A. MOBGAN, .
Blacksmith Work !
79 &81 Kii stmt - 01(1 Bosb FrBmlsBs,
JEutrimecM l'rom ICinjy nnd Morohaut Hm.
Every description of work in the above lines performed in a HrsUclass manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
EST Hell Telephouc, 1G7. "Wl
Heal Estate Agent,
Wllifot's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Kallroad Agent
The White House,
No.,118 Nuuauu street,
N'Iccly FurnlHliuil ItooniH,
with or without board.
iWlly MRS. JOS. VIERRA.
Base Ball Books, &c,
Hasu Ball Guides for 1880,
Playing Rules of the National League,
Art of Halting and Base Running,
Art or Pitching and Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For sale at T. O. THRUM'S.
Just rcLoivcd per recent arrivals, an ex.
cellent assoitmcnt of Mat Letter, Cap,
Oemy, Medium and Folio papers for
blank forms, or blank book work. Aim,
Perfection Liucn and Marcus Ward's
plato llnlsh folio. Also,
Japaneso Vegotablo Parchment,
superior to animal parchment for pen
voik or printing, and tough as leather.
B- Stationery and Bindery orders
faithfully attended to nt
100 Fort street.
C. K. MILLER,
Gonoral Business & Purchasing Aflenb
My most faithful attention will bo
given for tho
Purchase of Merchandise
In Honolulu for tho residents of tho
UO sovoral Islands of (hi. group, (ly
Brands Kerosene Oil.
t& P. O. Uox f)72;
& TARO CO.
n Carriage Building,
tST Hell Telephone, 167.
I-Xounlulu, IT. I.
Custom House Hrokcr,
Manager Hawaiian Opeia llou-o(
Fire and Life Insur.mco Agent,
ex brig Consuelo.
20 Tons Bran
BW Bedroom Sets, Marble top,
6 Piano box Buggies, Full Leather Tops,
5 Piano box Side bar, Leather Top, Quaker
2 Lcatlicr-top Buggies,
3 FbaclODS, Lcather-top, Quaker Cily.
To bo sold immediately after arrival
820 Auctioneer and Com. Merchant.
- Hawaiian Ferns.
rpHE undersigned is prepared to fur.
X nun specimens ot all tue
Ferns or tho Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rates.
Complete Collection embrac.
ing HU varieties representing 'JO families
prepared to order only. These collections
display entire fronds of each fern with
roots aud other important parts of cnrli
plant. Collections embracing from '.'0
to 60 varieties ulogantly mounted and
decorated with mosses, lichens and sea.
weeds peculiar to tho Islands always on
hand nt Menrs. King Hros.' Ait Store,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Packages of the spores of all varieties
of fenis found in tho group for sale.
These packages aro guaranteed to contain
fresh spores and aro securely put up and
accurately named. I'rlco per packet 10
Pamphlet containing particulars In
reference to living plants, with a onta.
loguo of tho ferns mailed to any nildreis
within tho Postal Union upon iccelpt of
0 ccut stamp. Address,
F. L. CLARKE,
87 Honolulu, Oahu, H.I.
IX conjfqnonco of hntlDgben burned
out I MX to notify my friend and
tbe public In general, that I have re
moved to lOfl Miunnii street, next to tho
Commercial 'Hotel. Coffee and Lunch
at all houre, as before.
3U2 lni THOMAS Mt'LHOON.
AT a special mcctlngof tho Hawaiian
Carriage Manulacitirlng Co. held
J';,:,'ot'" - .
this dav. E. 11. SC HUMAN' was elected
v and Treasurer In place ot
K. Q. SCHUM AN.
tVcr'y Haw,u Carriage MunPg Co.
Honolulu. May :ird. 18aG. nils
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going to Bed.
Mh. Eijitoji: While spending a'fow
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Abcrystwlth, CArdlganshiie, Wale. I
heard related what seemed to me cither
n fabulous story or a marvellous cute.
The story was that a poor sutltrcr who
had not been able to lie down in bed for
six lonsj years, given up to die by all tbe
Doctors, had been speedily cured by
some Patent Medicine. It wiu relnteil
with the moro Implicit conlldence from
the circumstance, as wa said, that tho
Vicar of Ijlanrystvd va I'nmillar with
thu facts, and could vouch for the truth
of the report.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such stories grow In travelling, L took
tho liberty while at the village ol I.Ian.
ryMvd to call upon tho Vicar, tho Itev.
T. fcvans, and to cncpilic about this
wonderful cure. Though u total stran
ger to him, both ho and his wife most
graciously entertahud mu in a half
hour's convocation, principally touching;
tho case of Mr. Pugh, iu which they
seemed to take a deep and sympathetic
interest, having been familiar with his
sullcring, and' now rejoiced In what
seemed to them a most remarkable cure.
The Vicar remarked that heiuesuined
his name had been connected with tho
report from his having mentioned tho
case to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Llanon. Ho wild Mr. Pugh was former
ly a icsldenlol their pailsh, but wunow
ilvlng In the p.irlMi of Mauihleiiinl.
Ho strongly vouched Mr. m. PughV
character as a iecpcotallo farmer and
worthy of credit. I left the venerahlo
Vicar with n livelier sense of lac happy
rehuiuu of a pastor and people, feeling
that he was one who truly sytnpsithUi-U
with all who are alllicttd inmluil, body,
On my return to Abetjstwith, 1 wa
impressed wilh a dctire to see Mr. l'neli,
whoe reputation stood so high. Ills
fuiin is called Pancoin.Mawr, signifying
"nbovo the dingle," limited near tho
summit of a smooth round hill, over
looking a beautiful valley iu which is
situated the lovely ivyinantled Church
of Uauddeiuol. I louml Mr. Pugh,
apparently about 40 years old. of medium
height, iifther Might", with a ple.a-nina:,d
Intelligent face. I told him 1 had heard
of hi great alTlictiou nnd of his remark,
abln and almost miraculous relit f, at.d
that 1 had como to learn from bis own
lips, what thero was ot titith In there,
Mr. Pugh remarked that hi neigh
hor had taken a kindly aud symp
athetic interest iu his case tor many
years, but of late their Interett had been
frreatly awakened by a happy change. Iu
lis condition. What you teport us hav
ing heard abroad, said he, ii substaut-
ially tine, with one exception. 1 never
understood thai my case was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician. 1
have been treated by eveial Doctors
hereabouts, ns good as any In Wales, but
unfortunately no prescription of theirs
ever brought tho desired relief.
Fifteen years ago, he said, 1 llnt he.
came conscious of a sour nnd di ranged
stomach and loss of appetite', which tho
Doctors told me was Dyspepsia. What
fond I could hold in my btomach scitn
ed lo do me no gooil mid was often
thrown up with painful retUiings. This
was followed after a time with a lioar.o
nefs nml a raw sorcnei-s of tho throat
which tho Doctors called bronchitis,
and I was treated for that, hut wilh
littlo Mioccss. Then enmo shortness of
breath and a sciimj of suffocation, espi.
chilly nights, with clammy sweat, and t
would have to get out of bed and some,
times opeu a door or window In winter
weather to fill my lungB with the cold
About six ears ago I became mi had
that I could not sleep In hid, but had to
take my unquiet rest nnd dreamy sleep
sitting iu an aunchalr. My uliiicilrin.
bccuicd to he working downwind Into
my bowels as well as upwards Into my
lungs and throat. In the violent cough
ing spasms which grow moro frequent,
my abdomen would expand nnd ullapMi
and at times it would seem that 1 should
suflocate. All thU time I was reduced
in strength so that I could perform no
hard labor and my spblts were conse
quently much dcprcfaul.
Early in this last spring I had n. still
more severe bpamodic attack, and my
family and neighbors became alarmed,
believing that certainly I would not sur
vive, when a neighbor, whoh.td soino
knowledge, or had heard ol the nudi.
cine, sent to Aberystwllh bj the driver
of the Omnibus Post, some foveu iiiIIch
distant, and fetched a bottle of Mother
Boigel's Curative Syrup.
'litis medicine they administered lo
me according to tho directions, when to
their surprise and delight no less than
my own, the spasm ceased. I became at
case, and my stomach was calmed. My
bowels weie moved as b it gentlo
cathartic, and I fell a sense of quiet
comfort all through mch as 1 had not
before realized In many years. I could
walk around the houso and brentho
comfortably in a few hours after I had
taken tho medicine. I havo continued
to take tho medicine dally now for
something over two months, and I can
lie down and ideep t-w-iclly at nlgbta
and have not since had a tecuner.ee of
those terrible i-pasms and sweatings I
have been so long broken down huiI re
duced In my wholu system that I have
not tried to perform any very hard out
door labor, deeming it best to bo pru
dent lest by oer.uxurlloii 1 may do niv
st'lf Injury before my strength is fully
restored. I feel thai my btomach hud
bowels have been and tiro being thor
oughly renovated and renewed by the
mcdlciae. In fact 1 feel Jlko a new
I havo been much congratulated by
my neighbors, especially by tho good
Vicar of Uanryslyd, who with his sym.
pathetic wife have como three miles to
shed tears of Joy on my recovery.
I bade .Mr. Pugh good-bye, happy that
even one at least among thousands had
found a remedy for an aggravating dlu
caso. iJolliving this remarkable caso of
Dyspeptic Asthma should bu known to
the public, I beg to submit the above
facts as thoy are iclaicd to me.
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