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FRIDAY, JUNK 4. 188G.
Stmr Jas Mak'co from ICntmt
Stmr Dowsctt from Pnla
Sclir Llhollho from Walmcn
Sclir Mary Foster froin Wnlinca
Sclir Kuulkcaotill from Kolmlii
Sclir Wnlninlit from Pnla.
Sclir Wnlehu from I'ala
Stmr Jas Mnkce for Wnlanno nt 11 A.
Stmr Dowsctt for Pnla tills v, m.
Stmr Lchun for Hnmakun at 12 noon
Sclir Ncttln Merrill for Lahalnn
Sclir Itawntlanl for Koolaii
Sclir Halnbow for Koolmt
Sclir Ehttkal for I'ala
Sclir Waloll for Pankna
Sclir Litka for Kobolulcle
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
BkUio Ettrckn for San Frnnclsco
Sclir Walchu for I'ala
Sclir Katilkcaoull for Kobala.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Star of Devon, Moekets
IlKtue Morning Star, Turner
liktnc Geo C Perkins, Ackeriunu
Ship ICiitu Davenport, Ilowlaud
Ship Richard 111
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas Makce 2,5S1 bags sugar.
Stmr Dovsctt 1,100 bags sugar.
Sclir Mary Foster 1 fi'.Vj bags sugar.
Sclir Llholllio 1,800 bags sugar.
Sclir Walnialti 1,000 bags sugar.
Sclir Kuuikcaoull 2,150 bags sugar.
Sclir Eliukal 800 bags sugar.
The steamer Jas Makco arrived this
morning from Kauai, and after dis
charging her 2,531 bags of sugar, slio
sailed for Wulaune to get more.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thk "Daily Press" has suspended
TunitE will bo music at the skating
Independent Firemen are going to
reconsider tickets this evening.
The bnrkentino Euiekii sails to
morrow morning for San Francisco.
The steamer Dowbott has made
two trips to Pain this week, and sails
to-night on the third.
Plug hats, not long since a novelty
in Honolulu, arc becoming quite
numerous on our streets.
The Y. P. C. T. U. will moot at tho
residence of Mrs. Dr. Gray, Hotel
street, this evening, at 7 :30.
The Itoyal school boys and tho
Punahou boys play a match gamo of
baseball nt Makiki to-monow morn
ing. The slight drizzle of to-day cooled
the atmosphere, but did -not interfere
with the loading and discharging of
The Independent firemen at their
meeting last night changed their
rtickot to Nott, Monsarrat and Uus-
The tug EIcu is being put inicndi
iicss to take a committee of five tp
the leper settlement on Molnkai to
morrow. The fire nlarm last 0-cning brought
a largo crowd to tho aerial boats.
Many rodo in thom and they say it is
The Bishop of Honolulu will con
duct tho usual Friday evening service
at St. Andrew's Cathedial, this oven-
ing at 7 o'clock.
The examination of tho North
Pacific Missionary Institute will tuko
place at Kawaiahao church, to-morrow
morning, at 0 o'clock.
. . ,
0,700 bags of sugar worn brought
hero from Paia last week and 0,000
this week. 1,500 moro are expected
from thero by Saturday evening.
An extremely ngrcenblo rounion of
young ladies occurred at the resi
dence of tho Attorney-General, yes
terday afternoon, in honuf of Miss
This afternoon at 3 o'clock tho
Xegislaturo will pay a friendly visit
to tho Lunalilo Home, ctmiages to
lcavo Aliiolani Halo with the burden
of wisdom at that hour.
The progrnmmo for tho Lcncioni
Joran concert noxt Thursday, the
10th of June, is arranged. Tho piimn
donna will arrive on tho Bteamer a
day or two bofore that dato.
On the fourth page of this issuo is
an interesting nnd instructive his
torical article on the rise uud decline
of the wlmlo Jisliory, wiitten by a
gentleman thoroughly convei stint
with the subject.
By order of tho nesigneo of tho
bankrupt estato of Quong Yuen York
Keo, Mr. L. J. Levey will boll ut his
snloBioom tho whole stock of lnor
chnndiso of tho said estuto', to-morrow
morning ut 10 o'clock.
The Morning Star will tail for tho
South Sea Iblunds in two or threo
weeks. Sho icceived 100 tons of coal
to-day, nnd is having four now spars
put up, a gallant yard, upper-topsnil
yard, fore-snil ytud, nnd spanker
Pofkssok En. Williams' dancing
school opened last evening at the
Yosomito rink with ubout twenty
momhers. It was for gentlemen only
last evening, to that tho bashful boys
might learn to dunce before tho
ladies -were invited.
..'... . ..
Tun Hpubdlot Aim iinwnll. play a
game of baseball to-morrow aftei
noon. Mr. Huleniiuto, lirst baseman
of tho lluwuiis, hurt his hand whilo
playing .ball on tho Esplanade yester
day, mid will ho nblo to take pint in
the gamo to-morrow.
.AimsTB1 Materials, riaqitcs, Panels,
Stretchout, UnnvaH, etc., etc., ntKing
Cool oil' wlion it's hot. There is
no bettor icmedy than thoso delicious
Creams, Icon, nml Dunks served at
tho Elito Ice Ciciiin Parlors. -10.
LEGISLATURE THIS AFTERNOON.
Tho Legislature obtained a quo
rum without dilllculty this afternoon.
Hop. Dole presented a petition from
105 Chinese icsidents, against tho
hill to tax that nationality for n
relief nnd hospital fund. Tho siuno
member pitched into standing com
mittees, for returning petitions re
fened to them, without making any
recommendations thereupon. The
remaining business, up to our going
to press, wns of a routine character.
A GREAT SENSATION.
Messrs. Htnitict and Hrnuscomhc
nro lik'dy to produce a sensation by
their ontuitaiumont on Saturday
next, Juno 5th. Aa tho programme
proves, wo nro to witness nu entirely
novel stylo of amusement. Their
oxperienco ns general entertainers
has been eulogized everywhere, and
judging by tho way tho box plan is
lilting up, Honolulu has determined
to.aecord its meed of prniso to these
talented artists. Amongst tho
novelties produced will be a patriotic
song, specially written by Mr. Bians
coinuc, entitled "The blag of
Hawaii", and a comical burlesque
ballad, which Mr. Emmet has writ
ten, nnd will sing, partly in English
and partly in the Hawaiian language.
AN INCIPIENT FIRE.
Shortly hoforo 8 o'clock last even
ing, one of tho chandelier lamps of
tho Yoscmite rink wns sending out a
huge 11 in IK; from tho burner, which
was inci easing in height, when Mr.
W. Wall took it down. While e;o
ing toward tho door a tongue of firo
issued f i om tho bnso of the lamp,
burning iiis Ijands nnd compelling
him to drop everything. Tho burn
ing of the oil then became greater
and a cry of firo was sounded by
some outsiders. People rushed in
to the rink and with canvas and
brooms subdued the flames. Some
dody said tho thing would explode
nnd there wns a grand rush for tho
door. Some persons were squeezed
nnd others knocked down. A big
German woman becamo pintied in a
comer nenr tho door and her breath
pressed out of her. By this time
tho cngiuo companies arrived, but
were not needed. Tho alarm should
hot have been given, mid no one
seems to know who garo it.
.A SLIP OF NATURE.
Yesterday morning, at .the stables
.of lion'. J. E. Bush, there came into
existence a colt with a remarkably
deformed head. So phenomenal
was tho head if it was seen by itself
one would never have supposed
what it was intended for. The
shape of the head is something like
that of a gooso. One of the ears is
nearly on top of the round knob,
and the other low down on one side.
It has no eyes, but on pressing a
linger about the head, two hollow,
soft places could be felt below the
skin where the eyes should have
becu. It has no nose, and its mouth
is enormous, the jaws being twisted
like a wrung cloth. The tongue
piotrudcd several inches and the
windpipe nnd gullet could bo plainly
seen. The rest of tho animal was
naturally formed, except one of the
fore feet being crooked. The beast
was alive last night and was able to
walk. Mr. Bush intends to kill the
animal, but auybody who wants the
head to preserve may have it.
Two Chinese business men called
at the Bulletin otllco this forenoon,
to take exception to the statements
made in this paper, on the authority
of "leading Chinese residents," to
the effect that the proposal to tax
Chinese was received with favor
among them. These gentlemen
cal'cd attention to tho fact that the
Chinese Benevolent Society got a
charter fiom the Hawaiian Govern
ment, also a ccitiflcato from tho
Chinese Ambassador at Washington,
in the way of ofllcinl authorization.
Besides Hint the society obtained a
large nmount of money by subscrip
tion from Chincso residents, and
our friends think that there ought to
be money enough left In tho funds
to build a new club house or a hos
pital. They cvinplain that the soci
,cty lias nover. rendered, or pub
lished any account of Its receipts or
expenditures, as should be expected
by those who subscribed to Its
As to tho proposed law, they are
of opinion that it would be un
constitutional to tax Chinese and
not other nationalities, and agice
with an article in this paper a few
days ago, advocating a poll tax all
round, on all who now pay no other
taxes, for the purpose of relieving
severe distress and providing hos
pital service for all without distinc
tion of race. Thoso 'leading Chi
nese," they asseit, constitute only
five or six persons, and have no
right to speak for tho 18,000 Chinese
in tho kingdom. There ought to
have been a meeting of Chinese liv
ing iu Honolulu, to ascertain their
.'..-.. . .
leiuimolitii, liefoPo piiuIUluin tato
ments committing them to suoli a
ltiw. As a matter of fact, n peti
tion ngainst the law bad been signed
by a large number ami presented to
the Legislature, nml a similar one
numerously signed wns to bo pre
sented to-day. Tho first the great
body of Chinese knew of a move
ment in favor of the measure nmong
their countrymen, wns the statement
referred to, purporting to come from
their lending men.
The Chinese had novel- asked the
Government for relief for their indi
gent and sick people. In a case of
extreme poverty and distress, a
subscription is taken up among all
the Chinese merchants, and tho
"burden" complained of is not con
fined to a few, as would appear
from tho statement in question.
The two Chinamen, who authorize
the above sentiments, stato that they
arc naturalized Hawaiian subjects.
BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY ANNUAL
Tho British Benevolent Society
held its annual meeting at the Brit
ish Club last evening, Major Wodo
liouso presiding. After the reading
and adoption of tho minutes of the
previous meeting, the treasurer sub
mitted his annual report, showing
the receipts nnd expenditures for
the year as follows:
Balance on baud, 1885 8714 87
Amount luturncd .1.1). Murphy 144 f0
Estato of II. McDouna, by A. J.
Cnitwrlglit COO 00
Trustees of Queen's Hospital.. COO 00
Sundry Donations :!'.) f0
llSSubsoilbcrs 708 00
10 Men and Women Assisted.. 1,747 7fi
Advertising " 00
Balance on hand 854 12
Total aa.COO 87
Of the 10 persons who have re
ceived relief, 8 arc still being as
sisted, 2 were cared for till death,
and were buried at tho expense of
the Society, 3 were returned to their
friends, and 3 arc off the Society's
The treasurer's report was ac
cepted, and the following- olllcers
duly elected for the ensuing year:
Rev. A. Mackintosh, Vice-President;
Hon. A. S. Clcghorn, Treasurer ; J.
On motion of Hon. A. S. Clcghorn,
seconded by Dr. McKibbin, the fol
lowing gentlemen were appointed
local treasurers to solicit subscrip
tions for the Society in their respec
tive districts: W. II. Rickard,
Honokaa, Hawaii; Rev. II. Whal
lcy, Kohala, Hawaii ; R. A. Macfle,
Kilauea, Kauai ; J. W. Girvin, Wai
On motion the Relief Committee
were re-elected for the ensuing year ;
viz-.-, Messrs. R. P. Bickerton, H.
"Waterhouse, A. Young, Geo. Lucas,
and W. Roe.
Mr. T. R. Walker, chairman of
the Ball Finance Committee, re
ported a balance in favor of tho
committee, amounting to 853. The
report was accepted and the com
mittee dischatged with a vote of
On motion of Mr. Walker, second
ed by Mr. Webb, a vote of thanks
was tendered to the ofllccrs and
members of the Relief Committee
for their services during the past
The meeting then adjourned.'
TiiunsiMY, Juno 3, 188C.
Kcola, drunkenness, 80.
Awana (ch), assault and battery;
committed to Insane Asylum on evi
dence of Dr. Webb. Soy Yong,
assault nnd battery, remanded and
discharged. Mary and A. Ahong,
assault and battery, reprimanded
John Nott vs. E. Lycan, assump
sit $130.81. Judgment for plaintiff
for 885.45, interest, commission and
costs, 815.65, totals, 8101.10. G.
J. Cavanagh vs. L. B. Kerr, as
sumpsit for 850. Judgment for
plaintiff for 810 and commission,
and costs, 88.50.
Fuiday, June 4th.
R. Kiratc, assault and battery,
Kaleakala, a Reformatory School
boy, sentenced during his minoiity,
on the statement of Capt. Jackson,
Superintendent, defendant is com
mitted to Oahu Prison nt hard
lubor for one year.
By order of Mr. M. Loulsson, Aesleneo
of tlio Bankrupt Kstnte of Quong Yuen
York Keo, I will sell at public auction,
at my Salesrooms,
On SATUKDAY, Juno 5th,
nt 10 a.m., tho whole of Hie
Stock of Merch andise
coiifUtlng of Clothing:, Shirts, Denims,
Boots and Shocr, a large ass'irlmcnt of
Hosiery, Undcishlrte, Brown and White
Cottons, Tobacco nnd Oignrp, Cutlery,
Pip a, Jewelry, Bedspread, Moquiio
Netting, Silk Handkerchiefs, Cussl.
meres, Show Cases, etc. Also,
5 Sewing Machines
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
44 at Auctioneer.
ADIVIDENDof JS0 a Shnro Is pay.
nblo at tho olllce of Mctsrs. II.
Hnckfuld & Co. to the Shareholders of
the IColoa Sugar Co.
J. !'. HAUKKEJiU, Treasurer,
Honolulu, Juno 1,' 1880.
WWWpWWWIWIHBWBpWi IKW J IMISBMBaKim KiftiftM-i JOHHOUUK WW
JSrr' f' ft W Til) CB?$f a1
Received cx'Auttra11n, a Large ami Elegant Stock of MIsac and Children's Spring
llccl Shoes of all sizes. Also, n Splendid Stock of
us Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes, cm
CHAS. HUSTACE. GROCER,
King Street, between Fort mid Alsikcn Streets,BlEa
HAS RECEIVED, PElt AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smnk,ed Hnlibut. Hums. Bacon, block CodlHh, Kits nml tins SnI.
mini lidliri. kegs Unttor, Cain Clivcc, kegs Pickle, kegs Pig Pork, Table Hal.
sin, Fig, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced Beef, Bnni'd Chicken, Liuuh Tongue, Chip,
ped tieuf, C'ikub Oyster, Sardine, Sea Fonin Crackers Flour, Bran, Wheat, O.iis,
White Castile Soap, Humiliated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, German,
Breakfast Oerni, Choice Ttas, French Pens, etc. Aio,
" Good Night " and Palaco Brands Eorosono Oil.
All nt Lowest market rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed. t2T P. O. Box 872;
1S42J Telephone 110.
Are now piepnrcd lo furnish In quantities to suit purchasers
Taro Flour, in bags of 5 lbs. each,
Packed in Bultablo containers for transhipment between tho Islands and for
foreign shipment. Special orders Hill bu recched and packed iu any style re
quited. The Agents have constantly on hand n STOCK of this CEI.EBHATED AUTI.
CLE, nnd will he pleased to furnish consumers with pamphlets containing direc
tions for use.
Oiders can be sent to
WM. G. IRWIN &; Co.,
Agents for tint Hawaiian I hinds.
New Goods, Just Received !
Shell' Hardware, Lock.s, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full Hue of Agate Ware, House Furnbhbic (loods, EddiB & Jewctt's Itefrlgcrn.
tors, Water KIHurs nml Coolers, Ieo Clici-tH, While Mountain Ice Cremn Freezers,
new pattern, Easy Lawn Mowers, Door Mats, Garden and Canal Barrows, Axe,
Hoe, Pick aud Folk Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Suporior Article,
Cut-dowu Muskets, Powder, Shot nnd Caps,
Fence Wiro nnd Maples, Manila nnd Slsnl Hope,
The latest nnyelties In Lamp goods, the very Best and fecond gindo Kcroscno Oils,
Berry Bros. Furniture Varnish. For bale at lowist market rales by
The Pacific Miare Comp'y, Limited,
Blacksmith Work ; ... - Cai'riago Building,
' Painting: and vzc?" v Trimming-,
79 & 81 flu Shut -
JEntrunee iVom Klnc unci Alorelmiit Stis.
Every description of work in the above
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
ZW Bell Telephone, 107. -
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Heal Estato Agent,
Eninlo tin-ul Agent,
Wil'lci's Steamship A;cnt,
urcl itiirllugton Itullioail Ai;cnt
Honolulu Fire Department
Annual Election of Engineers
ITOK 1 880.7.
rpHE Election of Engineers wl'l take
X paeo at the ENGINE BOOM of
Mechanic Kngluo Company No. !I,
On Monday (Eveninp;, June 7, 1880,
Polls open at 7 o'clock nnd cloo nt
t" The several Company Secretaries
are hereby requested to hand In thoir
llnth of members iu good standing be
fmo 12 o'clock noon of said day. Per
oidor, HENKY SMITH,
Chairman of Elccjlon.
JAmks F. Moikun, lM.cllerB .in ct
Laobhono, j-loners. I'dta
& TARO CO.
- Oil Rqsb Premises,
lines performed in n first-class manner.
13?- Bell Telephone, 167.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opoia House,
Firu and M To Insurance Agent,
All Special Orders
Mi, Bier or Cream
left at DAVIS .t WIIDEH'S (Tele,
plume 130) any nimulng
Before 11 O'clock
will he 111 led with reatonnble
promptness by lint
Woodlawn Dairy 4 Stock Comp'y,
11 A. L. SMITH, Beo'y. lni
A DIVIDEND of Five Dollars per
Share will limine nml pa) nolo to
tho Stockholders of tho Grove Itnncli
Pliintatlon on Juno M, at the olllce of
the Agents, CaMle it Cooke.
.1. II. ATHEHTON, Treasurer.
Honolulu, May 31, 188U. 42 lw
PJGS EOlt SALE.
A FEW CHOICE fmall
PICS, fit for roasting.
Also, a few choice Duroe
Pigs, for brecdliiK nur-
poiet. Apply at
40 lm LUNALILO HOME.
ALL persons nro hereby warned not
to give credit to nnybotly wlmt.
ever in my name without my written
permission. JOHN O. HiCE.
Honolulu, June 1, 1880. 4iMt
Wo should Blot Out DiscnBO
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
doraugement of the stomnch, but, If
neglected, It In time involves the whole
frame, embracing the kidneys, llxer,
pancreas, and in fact the entire gland,
ular system) and the nflllcted drags out
u miserable existence until duith gives
relief from suffering. 'Iho disease Is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if the reader will ask himself the
following questions lit will be able to
determine whether he himself is one of
the atllietcdi Have 1 dibits, piin, or
dinicully In breathing after eating? Is
tlirrn h dull. Iifuvv lYclliiL'. nttenuml liv
drowsiness? Have the eyes n jellow j
tinge? Does n tiitcK, siicuy mucous
gather about the gums and teeth in the
mornings, accompanied by a disagree,
nblc taste? Is the longiio coated? Is
there pain in the sides nnd back? Is
thero n tullncFs about the right side as
If tho liver weie enlarging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud
denly from nu hoi l.outal position? Arc
the secretions fiom the kidneys highly
colouicd, with n deposit ;ifter standing?
Does food ferment soon after eating,
accompanied by tlatiilencc or belching
of gns f i om the stomach? Is there fre
qiienl palpitation of the heart? These
various symptoms may not be present nt
one lime, but they' tuiincnt the sullen r
in Itiiu ns the dreadful disease pro.
grosses. If Iho case be one of long
standing, there Mill he a diy, hacking
cough, attended alter a time by expee.
tointion. In vciy ndvanced stages the
skin assumes a dirty brownish nppenr
mice, nnd the bnnds and feet are covered
by a cold sticky persphatlon. As the
liver ami Kidneys uccomo more aim
more dl-cased, lheumatic pains appear,
and the usual tieatmcnt proves entirely
unavailing against the luttcr agonising
disoider. The origin of this malndy is
Indigestion or dyspepsia, and a small
quantity of the proper medicine will
remove the disease if taken in its hielp
iency. It is most important that the
dlscim should be promptly and properly
treated iu its llrst stages, when a little
medicine will effect a cure, and even
when it has obtained a stlong hold the
correct remedy should he peiscveied In
until every vestige of the disease is
eradicated, uutt.l tho appetllehasretuim
cd, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. The suicst ami
most effectual remedy for this disltces
ing complaint is "Selgcl's dilutive
Syrup," a vegetable preparation sold by
all chemists and milicluc vendors
theoughoitt the world, nnd by the pro
prietor, A. J. White, Limited, London,
E. C. This Syrp strikes nt the very
foundation of the discate, and diUcs it,
loot and branch, out of the hvsteiii. Ask
your chemist for Seigcrs Curative
"Eust-sUcet Mills, Cambridge heath,
"London, E. C, July 24th. 1882
"Sir, It gives me great pleasure to be
nble to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Svrun as n curative nuent.
1 had suffered for bonie length of time
from a severe form of lndlgcttian, nnd
the long train of distressing symptoms
following that disease.- 1 had tried all
possible means to get relief, by seeking
the bcrt medical advice. I had swallow,
cd sufllcient of their stuff to lloat a man.
of-war, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on'the scene
in the midst of my sufferings, bi ought
with Jilm a bottle of your Selgel Syrup j
he advised me to try It, stating he felt
confident it would benefit me. Being
weary of trysng so many drugs, 1 con.
detuned It befoic tiial, thinking It could
not possibly do me any eood. but ultl.
mutely determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for n shoit time ltwork.
cd s'icli a change in me that 1 continued
taking it for nearly two months, nnd I
then felt thoroughly cured, lor 1 have
discontinued its ie for live weeks, and
feel In tho best of health, nml can par
take any kind of food with case aud
comfoit. I am therefore thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restored to
tho stato of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. Foustui.
"To Mr. A. J. White"
Thoso who nro in the "Asthma
Furnace" should loo no time in obtain
Ing relief by tho use of "Tliu Hosing
weed Tar Mixture;" but do not use the
medicine unless you will follow all tho
directions "to the letter."
Poor Asthma suffcicrs, who are
strangers to "tired Nature's sweet
rcstoier, balmy sleep," Should make use
of "The Itoslnweed Tar Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use
"Waterloo House, Loudon Stile, Chis
wick ' "February 17th. 1882.
"Messrs. Wnlto and Co., Loudon.
"Gentlemen, It Is with ttrent pleas
uro that I add my testimony to the
wonderful effects of Sclgol'n r-jrup. For
years I nail been suffeun-j from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mist would come before my eyes,
so that I should not be able lo lecognlse
any one or anything at (he distance of a
yard or two fioni my face. This would
be followed by excessive ticmbllngot
niv knees, so that I could riot stand
without support,; after which n severe
headache would occur, lasting often two
or tin co dags. I have tiled various
remedies for these dlsti esslng symptoms,
but until I tiied Selgcl's hyiup I bad no
relief, binte then I have had excellent
health In every respect, nnd If ever I
feel a headache coming on I take one
dose of the Kyi up, which arrests ir.
Hoping that this testimonial may bo the
mcuns of Inducing others (who suffer as
I used) to tiy tiicSyrup, as I feol sure
they will receive speedy benefit and
ultimately be cured, I beg to remain,
"A. II. HoiiTOjr."
Seigel's Operating Pills prevent 111
effects from excoss In eating or drink
ing. A good dose at bed-time renders
a person lit for biisludss in the morning.
If you havo Asthma use- 'The Hoslnweed
A Woman's Suite and
A. Voloo from .A.iHti-la.
Near the village of Zilllngdorf, In
Lower Austria, lives Marin Haas, nu In
telligent uud Industrious Womun, whose
Btory of physical suflerlng and flnal re
lief, as related by herself, is of interest
to English women. "I was employed,"
sho says, " in the work of a largo farm
house Ovcr.work brought on sick
headache, followed by n deathly faint.
Ing and sickness of the stomach, until I
wm unnblo to retain cither food or
drink. I was compelled to take to my
bed for several weeks. Getting a little
better from rest aud quiet, I sought tv
"'"i '" ":'".' i .ii ii i j
do aomo irork, but was soon taken wltti
n pain In my side, which in a llltla
while seemed to spread over my w hold .
body, and throbbed in my every limb.
This was followed by n .cough nnd
shortness of breath, until finally I could
not sew, nnd I took to my bed for tho
second, nnd, as 1 thought, for the Insc
time. My friends told c that my timo
hud nearly come, nnd t'nnl 1 could rot
live longer than when tho trees put oil
their green ncc more. Then I happen,
ed to get one of the Selgel pnniphlcU.
I read it, aud my dear mother bought:
me a bottle of Seigel's Syrup, which
took einctly accordlug to directions,
and I hud not taken the whole of it be.
fore I felt a great change for the better.
My lust illness began June , i$l, nnd
continued to Aueust 0th, when 1 begun
to take the Hyrup. Very soon 1 could
do n little 1 glit work. The cough left
me, nud 1 wns no moro troubled in
b entiling. Now I nm perfectly cured.
Ai.d oh, how hnppy I nm I I cannot ex.
picss gtntlttidc enough for Seigel's
Syrup. Now I must l-)l you that tho
doclo s In our district distributed hand,
bills cautioning people against the
medlrlne, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were thereby infiu.
enced to destroy the Selgel, pamphlets;
but now, whciuvcr one is to be found, it
is kept like a iclic. The few preserved
are borrowed to read, and I liuve lent
mine lor six miles around our district.
People have tome eighteen miles to get
me to buy th' medicine for them, knnn
ing that Itcured me, aud to '.e sure to
get tho right kind. 1 know n wom.tn
who was looking like de.ttl. nnd who
told them llieiu wat no heip for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
but none could helphei. . told her of
Seigel's Syrup, and wrote the uiiiiih
down for her thai she tuigiii innkc no
mistake. She took my ndvioi- and tho
Syrup, and now she is In perfect health,
and the people around us aie auinzed.
The medicine bus made such progress
iu our ueighboihnod dial people hny
they don't want the doctor any more,
but they tuko the Syr. p. Sulleieis liom
gout who weie confined lo.llic.-lr bed end
could baldly move u finger, have been
cuicd by it. 'llieto Is n girl iifourdls.
trlet who caught a cold by going
through some water, uud was in bed llvo
ycais with costicness nnd rheumatic
pain", nud hud lo have an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
in the surioundlng dUtrlcis to whom
hei mother had not applied to relievo
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llll Vllll'1, "Ml u.iij iuj .iw-:?..y. iiiviii-
selves nnd said they could nut help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which is
rung in our plate when, somebody is
dead, we thought solely it was for her,
bin Seigcrs Syiup and Pills saved her
life, and now- she Is as lualtliy us any.
body, goes to chinch, nnd can work
oven in tho tlclds. Everybody was ns.
tonlshcd when they saw her out, know
ing how many years she hud been In
bed. To-dnv thu adds her gratitude to
m'uc for 0 oil's inetcies aud Seigel's
byiup. Mauia Haas"
The people of England tpenk confirm,
ing tho above.
A-l'ltM Many Wiii-m.
"Whittlclo.Woods, near Oliorley,
"December 20, ;Sd.t.
" Dear Sli, Mother Seigel's medlcino
"ells c.Lccdlng well with us, nil that try
it speak highly lu its favor. Wo hnd a
cjo of ii young hidv thni bud been trou.
likil ini'iiy yens with pains nftereuilng.
She .tells us that the pains weie entirely
taken away after a few dotes ot your
medicine Youis tiuly, E Pi:i:i,."
A.rtor Hovui'iil Yfiirn.
"Stoke Feny, January 0th. 1881.
"Gentlemen, 1 hnvo used Slegcl's
Syiup for several years, and haie found
It n most cllkaclous lenudy for Liver
complaints nud encinl debllily, i.nd I
always keep some by me, nnd cannot
speak too highly in its praise I re
main, yours truly, Harnett King."
A-l'toi Hlxteon Y'iulH.
"05, NeA-gatu fciicet, Work-op, Notts,
"December 2(lth, ltSlt.
"Gentlemen, It Is with thuguatest
of pleasure I necord my testimony as to
thu ellleacy of Mother Seigel's r-yrup.
My wlfo, who lias suffered froni-acuto
Dyspepsia foi over t-i.Mctu ycnin, is uow
perfectly better through the sale help
of your Syiup. 1 have sent pounds in
medicines fiom doctors In fuel, I be
gan to think sho was Incurable, until
your marvellous medicine wns tried.
I remain, yours, thankfully.
rJL"litj JSllootM liuvo been
" IUord llo.nl Dispensary, Diiklnfield,
Min ii, 18SL
"Dear Sir, I am happy to Inform
you that tho sule of your byrup aud Pills
Increases here continually. Seernl of
my customers speak of having deilvcd
more benefit fiom the usu of these than
from any other medicine. Iu some in
stances thu effects havo been wonderful.
Yours verv respectfully,
It wly Pno. Edwin Eastwood, J. H."
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Livhiff Six Years Without
Going: to Bed.
Mn. Editor: While spending n few
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Abeiystwith, Ciirdigunshlie, Wales, I
heuril related what seemed to me either
a fabulous utory or a marvellous cine.
The story wa. that n poor sullVrir who
had not been nblu to lie down in led for
six long ycais, given up to die by i.l! the
Doctors, had been speedily cured by
borne Patent Medlrlne. It was itditcd
with the moro implicit confidence from
the circumstamt, n - wns said, that tho
Vicar of Llamyttyd was familiar with
thu facts, and could v uch for the truth
of the report.
Having n little curiosity to know bow
such btmies glow iu UtiU'lling, I took
tho liberty while at the village of Llau.
rystvd to call upon tho Vitnr, the Ilev.
T Evans, and to enquire u limit this
wonderful cure, 'lliniij.hu tmnl stran
ger to him, both ho nml his wlfo most
grnclomly entertained mo lu a half
hour's conversation, principally touching
tho euse of Mr, Pugh, in which they
seemed to tnkc a deep nnd sympathetic
interest, having beiu fumlliur with his
sufferings, nnd now rejoiced in what
seemed to them a moat remarkable cure.
Tho Vicar remarked that he presumed
his name had been connected with the
leport from his having mentioned the
case to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Llanon. lie said .Mr. Pugh was former
ly a resident of their pnilsh, but was now
living iu tho parish of Llanddoinol.
He strongly ouchcd Mr. Wm. Pugh's
character as a respectable farmer nud
worthy or credit. 1 leli tlio venerable
Vienr with a livelier tense of tl u happy
relation of a pastor nnd people, feeling
Hint, ho was one who truly sympathised
with all whoarunllllcUdlnmiud, body,
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