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MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1SHK.
Slmr I unl ml fiom ICititul
llrlt li ik Lady 1.1111111011, 1(1 days from
San l-'iaiiilscu ' .
SMir l.lll'lilltlii flitlli W'.itliim '
Si'h'r l.o.ihl fiom lltinulel
Bktue K Ikltut from Purr Tounsend
Ship Hlchnnl lit for S:m Francisco
Stllll'DllWMtt fill' I'lllll
Stinr Moki HI for Molokal und Olownlti
at fi p in
Stnir Kinau for tlio Volcano mul wind
ward port at 4 n in
Stnir Llkcllko fur Ktiliuhil and Ilutm ut
5 p in
Stmr Jus Mnkcc for Kaiinl "
Sclir Miinuokiiwnl for Kool'ti
Sclir Koulkuaoiill forlCnhuli
Sclii-WaUde for Ktuitit
Sclir Witlehu for ICaual
Sclir Ciniilo for llllo
Sclir Luka for Koholulelo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S ZcnlunilU for Sun l-'iauclsco at 12
Stmr Iwuluut for ICuuil
Stmr Lchua for nil ports In Hainakua at
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Star of Devon, Mnekets
Hktuo Morning Star, Turner
Ship Knto Davenport, llowiand
Ship Klchard 111
Bktno Amelia, Newhall
UkC H Kinney
Bktno AV II Dimond, Luco
Bktno Discovery. Meyer
Brit bark Lady Lampoon, Mar.-.ton
For windward ports, per steimer W
G Hull, June 12th II It II Filnccss
- Foomalkelani, Hon JUS Martin and
wife, 0 N Spencer, wife and fainllv, 1
0 Jones, Jr, and wife, M 0 ltos, J Ka
iaikl. Miss M Lalne, J G Ciiinpliell, Mrs
J A Jackson, Mm Sllva, T P Jloehfoit,
and 80 deek
From San Francisco, per barkentino
Discovery, Jnno 12th W Lans-on, I
Rungjn, Mrs X Schwartz and 2 chil
dren. From Kauai, per steamer Iwul.iul,
June 131)1 Colonel K V Purvis, Mrs h
Kahlliauiu, Sam M Decker, Mrs K T.
Kauai, and 03 dick.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwalanl 4,038 bag-t sugar, 12
horses, 7-1 bag pi.i uud 10 calves.
Tho bark Stir of Devon Is to be re
Tho Discovery brouglit four mules to
Davles & Co.
The ship Blcliaid III. was towed to
sea this iiioi nhig by the Kleti. She took
20 175 bays of sujiitr, weighing 3,31)8.
854 lbs, and valued at 9142,7S2.iu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Y. M. C. A. book-keeping cIueh' tints
Dk. Herbert, of ICnuai, mid Miss
Katie Mukeu were united in marriage
.The barkentino Amelia has been
chartered by Huckfeld & Co. to load
sugar for San Fruneieco.
Tun S. S. Zoal.ui.li.i broujlit for
tho Elito Ice Creuin pnlors uu tl. (bo
rate show cage with pyramids and
statues of artifclic design.
All tho volunteer military com
panies willuescmblcut Pal.iee Sqimru,
Wednesday evening, for a moonlight
parado (hill, under command of
The annual meeting of the
Women's Board of Missions will bo
held Tuesday evening, ut 7 :IS0 o'clock.
Gentlemen as well as ladies me in
vited to bo present.
Now that the new li.it h house, near
tho Marine ltnihvuy, is ready for
patronage, it is said that the Minister
of Interior will prohibit bathing ut
tho immigrant landing near the bath
Hon. S. G. Wilder, W. It. Sims,
Chas. Lux and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Sergeant and son, Mr. McChesney,
Prof. Hitchcock, Mr. Gulick and 1
L. Clarke leavo this evening for tho
Volcano by tho S. S. Kinau.
The American yacht Brunhilde is
expected hero shortly. Mr. John J.
Phelps, son of lion. Win. Wulter
Phelps, member of Congress j Mr. II.
H. Strong, Mr. Hillurd, Mr. Mitchell
and Symington ure passengers, on a
tour around the world.
Hon. J. I. Dowsott received by tho
barkentino Discovery last Saturday
four bulls and two cows of tho short
horn breed. They aro lino looking
animals and arrived in good condi-
tton. llie four bulls will bo sent to
Ulupolaku'a Ranch, Maui, next week.
The "Anglican Church Cbrohiclo"
says tho Royal school wub recently
visited by an Episcopal clergyman
from America who expressed him
self highly pleased with tho appear
unco of the' boys and said thu read
ing and intonation of tho higher
classes could loudly bo surpassed in
Mn. S. Mngnin, Mies M. Burba,nk,
G. Gordon and wife, Mrs. Dayton and
2 children, Capt. A. W. Peirce and
' wife, Rev. Lind und son, Mr. and
Frank Burr, W. P. Thomus, B. Gage
and wife, J. M. Lovcll, Robt. More
and 10 steeiago passengers, aro
booked to leave by tho S. S. Zeulan
dia to-morrow ut noon.
The German schooner Mary C.
Bohn, ufter being out about i0 days
from Waimea, ICtiuiii, bound for
Honolulu mid having uriived within
30 miles of Waiunuo, put about and
returned to Wuiinou, arriving there
last Saturday. Vltilu oil' Waiuuue,
tho steamer KitpioLmi went ufter her
but could not lind her.
i sgfctaj$i!i,iwiMW ij(NWft tltp jpiwawpw
A'ik' tt'Uinl iiufcitKiM in Willii'
i-iirgo . t'o liy tiiu ri. S. Mitiipoin
Satuiduy, came two boxes marked Sun
,Wo Kee. Suspicion being jiroueed
the Custom lloue ofllcera investi
gated mutters and found the boxes to
contnin HO tin of ni ium onch. Thoy
flliiliei iim rt'iini'l lrt lliedlllg Was
(.wned by a Cliimim.ni named Chung
Hoy wild was aricsted, but aftei wards
rtleiiEcd on $1,000 bail. Tho trial
takes place Wednesday morning.
Tun four-mili' t-kuling contut tit
tlii? Yosunitc link r-uluidtiy night
Wat' wi'iu-fsul by a l.irgu ciowil.
Lnllih Alltnlli , (UK' of I lli; ('(illtci-tillllt,
li ik Ilk- hud ul the htiirl and kept it
lhiiiU,.,lioui (he r.ici. Voting lilac
was dun,. Will but hud to quit Iho
Hour on ueeottut of his tktites being
out of order and continually throw
ing him down. Autonu won by two
laps making the distuiieu four miles
or 0 laps in 14 minutes and Jo
A voiwi liiiiii with a tender
imistuche und u (air of gidp-bouidH
was at tho link Sutiuduy night per
fotniing Mime wonderful tiickn on
Hkutcs". He would glide about tho
Iloor on one toe, gracefully waltz,
then l evolve like a top, in fact move
his feet in every iiilugiiluhlc way with
(lie agility of a ballet gill. This
skater chums to be the champion
fniiuy sjkutcr of Ameiica. Ho came
by tho Mariposa Saturday and being
a through passenger by her left Sun
Some excitement was created yes
terday by the sounding of the flro
alarm. A three roomed cottage, in
the reur of the residence of Mr. Z. K.
Myers, occupied by a Norwegian,
caught fire inside and tho fire also
got some hold on tho roof. Mr.
Myers stopped the flro in the room
with the hand grenudes, while Mr.
Selig and others applied water on tho
roof. Tho occupant of the house
says the fire was caused by his boil
ing milk over a tin containing Kero
sene oil. The damago amounted to
about $100. Mr. Bruce, n ship car
penter, owns tho house. Tho lire
men promptly responded to the cull,
but their services weie not needed.
Tun choicest fancy, plain, and fruit
cukes of supeiior quality always on
hand or made to order. At tho Elito
Ice Cream Parlors. 53
Autists' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. -1G Ot.
of the finest and richest FLAVORS
and ornamented from plain to the
highest STYLE OF ART which not
only cannot be imitated nor. much
less excelled, at the Pioneer Steam
Candy, lee Cream and Cake Factory,
Hotel street, between Fort and Nuii
unu btrcetr. 50 2w
The St. Louis College Band, by
order of His Lordship the Bishop of
Oltm, played at the Unman Catholic
Cathedral yesterday in celebration
f the lut of Wliil-Sundiiy. Fol
low ng i- ilii pruiu-umtnc: 1 Quiek--tip
In Sgut .Middling Ortor, by
II. P. Bioilieiw; 2 Remembrance of
Newpoit, arranged by A. ILiiicke;
I) Martyr's Dream, composed by
Chas. Miehiels; J Bugle Call, by
II. Berger; 5 (Julop, Boston Lite, by
C. A. Samuel.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Square,
beginning at 7 :i)U. Following is the
Oveiture Italian lu Alitor.
Finale ( aruieu
KuiuIiiIaCciicci of Doul.ettl
Kit Ipo l.iuiae.
Wcdley The Hugo in London. ..Riviere
Waltz Tliinu Alone (by request) ....
Polka Bel nun Faust
March Aid Wela Ilerger
THE HORSE RACES.
There was fine weather for Iho
second day's sport at Kapiolani
Park, on Saturday last, and the
attendance wns very fair. The King,
Princess Like! kc, Gov. Dominis,
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, and His Ex
cellency Paul Neumann wero ptes
ent. Following is a list of the
events and results :
1 Governor Dominis Gup, $50 added,
Running Race, mile dash, free fir
Major W. II. rornwell's b. in. May
D., 4 year, 113 pounds (Noble) .... 1
Mr. O. S. Klnncrsleys b. g. Idle Boy,
5 years' 117 puiuids (Fen is) 2
May D. took tho lead, was over
hauled by Idle Boy, but, regaining
the advantage, won by four lengths
2 Tho Hawaiian Plate, $150,
Trotting and pacing, tulle heats, best
two In three; all horses having a ro
cord of 2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
Dr. John Bnidio's b. g. Redwood,
to harness 11
Major A. B. Haylcy's Clementina, to
wagon 2 2
Time, 2:30, 2:40
Clementina guvo u good rear
chase, in the (lrt heat, but breaking
at the distance polo was eusily
beaten. Both hor.-es broke In tho
second heat, but Redwood keeping
always ahead wat awarded tho nice.
Time, llrst heat, 2:111); second,
1 3-Rostta Challenge Cup. $250 added,
i Running Race, mllo dash, frcu for
I all; winner to beat thu record of Ro
slta. 1 :47J. Cup to bo run for an
' nuallv and to bo held bv the winner
, lutll his time is bci'.ten'ut u regular
uiuctlug ot the AssocUitlou.
ilin. Ji Ai (liiiiiiuln hi in, Aiitfl" Ai-
A vi'iuw, 117 lioliilil4 (l.ooiliililj , ,
Major V 1 1. Coruwell f b. h. Han
cock, aged, 122 pounds (Appleby).. 2
Hon Sam Parker b. g. Col. Gilt, 4'
years, no poiinu3 udhm
!r. E. J. Appleby's b. n. Tatrol,
aged, 122 pounds (Howsoti) 4
Intense interest conti cil on tills,
tho gieut race of the day. After
three false starts, they got fait I'
away, Angic A. soon taking the
lead, followed, in lite order given,
by Patrol, IIuucou'c and Gift. At
the hulf-tuilu pole Uutieoek attained
second place. At throi-quarter
Ilutiei ek was even with Angle A.,
and on the ltnmctrct:li Col. Gift
passed l'utiol. Angle A. won by a
length, Hancock second ;. Col. Gi ft
was two lengths behind HutKMck,
und Patrol hair a length behind Col.
Gift. Time, 1 MoJ, beating Ro
sita's lime l;y 1JJ seconds. It was
one of the fastest mid fluent races
ever run on the course.
4 -Tho Queen's Plato, $100,
Running Race, mile da.h, freo for nit
Hawaiian bred horses.
Mr. II J. Agucw s eh. h. Jim Dodd. 3
years, 103 pounds (Leonard) 1
Hon. Cecil Brown's b g. O. II. 0
years, 110 pounds (llowsou) 2
O. II. was the lirst lo get ahead,
but was overtaken after a half-mile,
and beaten by a length. Time 1:51.
5-The King's Plate, $100,
.Trotting and pacing, mile heats, best
two In three; free for all horses not
having u record of 3 minutes or better;
to bo driven by members of the
Mnior V. II. Cornwcll's b. g. W II.
B 1 1
Hon. Cecil Brown's br. g. Johnny
Goldsmith li dh
Hon. Sam Parker's b. g. Waimea... dls
Hon. C. 11. Jttdd's b. m. Lcllehua. . ill
In the first heat Goldsmith took
the lead, but breaking at the quar
ter pole lost the race lo W. II. B.
Time 3:00. The other competitors
wero distanced, and the judges fined
Col. Judd $5 for running, and ruled
Waimea off tlio trade for pulling.
W. II. B. won the second hent like
wise, Goldsmith breaking twice and
being distanced. Timoll:07A. Mr.
Brown was lined $5 for pulling.
The sixth race, His Majesty's
Cup, was withdrawn.
At the Bethel Union Morning
Star MNsionay Concert, lust eve
ning, conducted by the Sunday
school, an address was given by Mr.
Kaure, a Gilbert islander, who, with
his family, is here engaged in assist
ing Rev. II. Bingham in the transla
tion of the Bible into the dialect of
the Gilbert islanders. The address
was interpreted by Mrs. Bingham.
Misses Esther und Miriam and
Muster Morning Star Kuure sung
No. 21) of the Gospel Hymns in
their native dialect. Rev. II. Bing
ham gave a biief account of pioneer
mission work in the. Gilbert Islands
and the progress of the misMou, ami
exhibited a number of books, reli
gious and secular, ready for circula
tion among the people, adding
that he cxpietsin the course of n
few ears to have the translation of
the Bible compled. Paul's farewell,
Acts xx, was recited by Mr. Locke
THE COURT IN A DILEMMA.
An embryo Justice of the Peace
in Missaukee county, Mich., ile
iiveied the following charge to the
jury in the trial of his first case:
"Gentlemen of the jury: Charging
a jury is u new business to me, as
this is my llrst case. You have
heard tdl the evidence as well as
myself, and you have also heard
what the counsel for thu plaintiff
has told you. If you believe it,
your verdict will be for the plain
tiff ; but if, on the other hand, you
believe what the counsel for the de
fendant has told you, your verdict
will be for the defendant. But if
you are like me, and don't believe
what either of them have said then
I'll be if I know what you will
do. Constable, take charge of the
THE NEW YORK CIRL.
The cool insolence of which a
Now York society woman is capa
ble, is thus set forth in a letter from
the metropolis to the St. Louis
No fun was in the repulse by a
bcllo at tho Orthopedic Hull this
week of a young man who there re
newed u slight acquaintance with
her. TIiIb was a charity tiiTair, and
it had a distinguishing eharactjr
tstic. Hitherto, on occasions of
festtvo philanthropy, thu Hues be
tween tho self-constituted aristocrats
and other respectable folks had been
relaxed for tho sake of tho cause,
and the proudest Astor mutioii or
maid condescended to mingle with
ordinary mortals; but this time it
had been ordered that tho nicest
ciicumspcctiou bo used to make an
exclusive assemblage, and each pur
chaser of a ticket had been critically
considered by a committee of society
dames. Somehow or other, however,
a rotail tradesman got in. He look
ed all right in his faultless evening
dress, his character was ubove re
proach, and he was a flguro of graeo
as ho leaned ono elbow duwdlingly
on a flower-stand uhilo he politely
said "Good evening!" to tho
daughter of a first family. She
identified him with an inward spasm
of horror, for she hud bought shoes
of him many a time titiii oft; but
outwurdly she was calm anil very
cool, while hu lost n little of his sell
possession us he fumbled with a
dancing curd nnd pencil. ''Ah!"
said tlio girl, with thu blighlest pos
sible elevation of bur eyebrows and
u steady gnzo. of mild impudence in
to his' flushing lace, have you
liiomtlit .youi'lilll lo in it IiumV 'I'linl
renlly seems lather utgmit, but If
you need tlio money 1 will have
,.., ,. it
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A CONCERT UNDER DIFFICULTIES.
The famous Polish violinist, M.
Henri Wioniuwskl, when "starring"
at St. Petorsbitig, was onlcied to
play before the Czur Alexander II.
In due time he appeared nt the
Winter Palace, was shown into a
State depaitinent where the Emperor
made his appearance, accompanied
byu laigo Newfoundland dog. When
the urtUt begun his perfonmince, the
dog, who was l.lng ut his master's
feet, got up ami slowly approached
Wicniunski, who began to feel some
what uncomfoi table, fearing that
the uuiuinl, according to thu manner
of his kind, might begin to accom
pany his play by a howl. Instead
of this, however, the dog came close
up to him and put his two forcpaus
on the atti-t's knees. It Is easy to
umlcistund that such n situation was
anything but advantageous to thu
musical performance. Nevertheless,
Wicuiawskl continued his concert,
tthllc the dog, not satisll.nl with his
demonstrations, c.une closer and
closer, following with his head every
movement of Ids arm. At the
thought that his art would be forc
ever ended if the gigantic mouth
should open to bite his right hand
off. the viol'tilst trembled inwardly
with fear, but dared not discontinue
his play. At last the Kmpcinr, who
had evidently enjoyed the situation,
inquired, "Wicniawski, does the dog
incommode you at all?" "Your
Majesty," replied the artist, "I
fear I incommode the dog." Alex
ander II. was much amused by the
answer, and called the dog back.
A MILLIONAIRE'S EXPERIENCE.
CONFINED MY HIS RELATIVES KOtt YEARS
IN A LUNATIC ASYLUM.
New Yokic, May 25. A London
cablegram says: Jean Mistral, the
supposed lunatic, who has been con
fined for years in the Moutpellicr
Asylum for the Insane, has been
liberated. His fortune, with accu
mulated interest, now amounts to
05,000,000 francs. His story is a
poculiaily sad one. Ho is now
searching for hiu wife, whoin U
relatives caused to be expelled from
France in 1837 because she refused,
in return for an annuity of 500
francs, to acknowledge herself n
woman of bad character. Jean Mis
tral is a cousin of Fredcrio Mistral,
the poet. He is now an old man
completely broken down. His expe
riences in the madhouse were dread
ful. He answered all the tests for
sanity satisfactorily, and demon
strated that there was no legitimate
ground for incarceration. He mar
ried when a .Noting man, without the
consent of his paients, an opera
singer named Doinbrowe-kn. The
rcltixal of his parents to recognize
the marriage was based on the ab
sence of u dot, as the htidc In ought
him nothing but bur vocal talent.
Mttral s parents declined to allow
him an income, and he and his wife
lived for a time on the proceeds of
her operatic engagements. After a
while Dombrowska's voice fulled
nnd they became itinerant musi
cians. The wife at Iti-L consented
to a temporary supination, in the
hope that her husband would become
reconciled to bis parents, but us
soon us Mitrul placed himself
within the reach of his relatives they
hud him arrested on a charge ol
lunacy. From that time to this he
has not seen his wife or heard any
thing of her. Now he has come into
his family fortune, and he will pro
bably spi nd the rest of his life try
ing to lind her, if she has not died
in thu meantime. This instance will
probably lead to the repeal of the
lunacy law us it now exists in France
and in remedial legislation.
' Dear sir," he said, "I'd like to ask,
Unless the ipiestion s rude,
Whit mean thoso .strange and mystia
'Innocuous desuetude?' "
"Of course the question is not rude,"
The other mail replies,
"They mean, you see, tho business man
Who does not advertise."
A bonus of ninety dollars is being
paid for sailors, who at every scarce,
and in commercial parlance are
"quoted firm with an upwartl tend
ency," by the boarding-house keep
ers who control the situation. All
t-orts of men nre taking to a seafar
ing life, and one ship has a German
artist and his ftiend aboard, who
were greatly astonished that a glass
of beer could not be hud for the
usking. A fresh Chicago youth
with a dude collar, fashionable
clothes and grip sack, is one of the
hame company. He invited tho cap
lain to .take a drink befote going
aboard, was considerably taken
aback when ho found that one of the
"boat" was sacred teirltory where
he could not go unbidden, and it is
beyond question that when he gets
to Europe ho will know several
thingi ho would never havu learned
in the Lako city. S. F. Chronicle
V fiks'c a s m:w UPHIOIIT
tx. PIaNU, ut 114 Niuiuiui rlnei.oii
account ol i-ldKhcti'. '10 fit
VIJI10I'H W. tS. CO.
yi King, Commander,
leaves Honolulu eaeli Tuesday ul
I p.m., tiiiohlr.g at Luhuliiu, Mau
lueu Hay, Miikunu, Muhtikoiia, Kit
walbtie, Lutipuhnohne and Kilo,
Ki'turiiiiig, will tutii'b ul all tin
il ovi miih, urilvlnu tt Honolulu
..milli Sill II' "i .lOttr!! ,
rOLE AGENTS FOR TII13 KINGDOM OP
The Celebrated Taro Flour
A o pr piiii-l lo . If r c(liil ludiircmffit lo t'liiit itlons nnd Shaping Agents.
Tnr Hour l puckc-l in iii nine eon itlnur- fur fan-lilpment between the
Ihlu uN iiinl for loiei -n -.iiui-nt fc- in I n dec "111 hu received and packed in
any tljlerui ilied. Tuli Ti.ro fc'i ur Is IWK slll'EHlOH to that manufactured
The new n e hod -f ni iklni; I'ol out of TAKO FI.OUH has reduced Iho 'line
from m to ONLY I llOl It 'I lie old iiii-lliod of cooking It In a bug Inn been ill
c.ikUiI. Then I- i.o uei d of I uliilliiu a Ibe i-poclully for the purpose, fur It can be
eookeil ut iIiomiiii. lime ihnt tlu-o iliiniry mull U being prepared.
Tuko mi aiiiiie Irnii or iioicu'jiIii llmd suticet an. nnd imur into It one nart of
Turn l-'iiuii lo two imitt of w.iter. Mix
.. .1 ' .. .- I .1 ... 1
it will hueoimt iim;i- and tut
Should tin I'ol fdiow a tendency to la come cloggy or lumpy, f train it through
a pleru of nulling into a pun in how I and Miiooth It il'owu w Ith a potato mahcr or
Ii-iiiii- 'H fcit In.; sweet I'ol will Und that by cooking the Hour ncenrdtne In
ilio aliove in i uiIoih while ho, hiIiu their evening meal, and letting It tt:ind
overnight, It Mill I e mi r-- oi ci ditioii lor use on the following morning. -i52
Fruit and AH Fancy Ices Cheaper
Thin any other Establishment on the MnndK, and which HE GUAItANTEES to
lie Hiipuilui lo uny other:
FIHSILY I'OllN bus the pri ciienl Experience him elf for 41 yea's In all known
Ol E.VM mul I'ANlY 101 S ami lor Ihnt leason in not obliged to pay extra,
vag.iui ungi-h f r iiuoiloji man t knowledge not worth L6 Lents lo him.
SECONDLY IK. UN lins i.o extia Expense such as Uent, Help, etc.
IIIlliDI Y-'lIDliN ha SIEAM FACILITIES, by which he can mak- in twenty
minutes "lut "III '::l;i- -l nun one hour lo do, and for lh.it leiiMin can execute
ordein In 1 n r Mioitcr time than uny otlur.
FOUlim IA OHM is the prnuiic.il MiMor over his journeymen. In in a y
oilier e tiil-llsiiinciiU of ihi kiml, I In- journeymen ure die musters, no mailer
how liule knnuleilgo ihc mo o K-s-cd o hecauro the employer knows no
thing about the inak ug ol the article he tells.
I'S. Although no1 liming nccKeri
irrlve Minn, I- III UN will exiiute Miiull
i cut on tible leius.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
CJ 1 uiul t$
We aie ple.ied to announce the ai rival of our immense huge Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Elon,
Clothing and G ent's Furnishing Goods,
mil aie unw itVeiii.' ui-l luidmtul ni d i.iiihnlledliurgulus in all ourdcpartm'ts
Letting Down the Price.
bin leciiviil, 100 pieem of uj 11 m Vlcloiln L-iwn at $2 opierc, 10 ya'dc; a very
Im'e iihM'iiiin.i.1 ol neu ."-pine, nj les. in l.aniiF, -t-4 DutlMc. SiUceii?. plain
llguiul nnd liiKiiiiul, wl.lii I'iqi.e lud a lull line ol Diets Und-,ll.e hit t stout.
I..ace USonolo, JLind-ie9 Tricot Olotli
in all the iiuwilindc; 40 dez Lndies Lisle Thread Ho.e at 0 cents,
the Icia Milne evir oir rid.
lust ikcIvuI, all ilie Inhi-iJ si.lis In Boy and Children's Siiin jOrcnt Nargtilns,
Buys IjIiiu I-IuiiuI Sullor Mills u )-. .fjO u Suit. Just received, direct finui
Lilies' lien's, Misses'
I, MIU) 1U.UUVU
which we oiler at
Receicd ex Amt u 1 1 a I.iru and Klcgunt Stock of Mlhi-cs nnd Childrcn'i Spring
lluil S.ioi-n of all mxim. Abo, a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys'
Ctaeliroili iaifactiiriis Company's
Vnnelino i'niiiiilior lee,
ViiMi'llun Colli Cream,
VaHt'llue llalr Oil,
VaNolliiu HewliiR aiaclilno Oil,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street. -
& Taro Go.,
well nnd be mru theru are no lumps.
...,...!... .1 1 ......... ...1.1. .. .. ....!....
ell Ice Cream,
the nice mry appliances yet which are to
unlets for Oriuuis from ill It. day on vciy
and Cliilfen's Shoes,
. v..uvu un
& CO., Proprietors.
Boots and Shoes.
l'JJH 1'OIt HAbti,
A II. ( H'iI'-U urn
H 11 i3, II' 1" 'i.u-l. .
A I.o, ii lew choice l)ur'a
PlgM, for beoilng pur-
D It ,V V MliJIV.
AI.IiOnlt-8 fot Citrtiiirc promptly at
timleii to. I'lirdcuhii intention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods In Uuult to the other 1-lmils.
Also, Black and White Sand
In ipuinlltle to tilt at lowest prl cs
Ollce.ailJoii.Iiig I-: P. AiLun-iCi's
M'i ly Mulii.il'1'i'li-plniiu' Nn 111.
A Woman's Mcriif and
A VoIcm) iVom -ViiMti-In.
Ncir Ilie vlllugu uf Zilllngilmf, In
li'iwer Au-tilu, lie Muiiu lli.i,an In.
iilligL-iii mil iiiiiii'iri-ni -lotuati, wi.o.-o
Htoiy of phxslutl -i.llc-f lug in d llmd re
lief, us ul. in il by lici-ill, 1. of ImeiL'-t
to Kngli-Ii woinou. "I wns employed,"
she hi, " In tlie'w-oiU of a larjje f.iriu
houe. Ou-iMiiik biouglit on M-k
lieiiibii lie, f.illuueil by a ueallily f'llnl
Ini,' ai.d -It line- of the Kio'ma li, until I
wa iiiialile to rein. u eliln-r looil or
drtik I mi e uiill (I i liilu-tn my
lud lor hUiuiul w.ik. QjiiIiij 'i Ihllu
better fiuin iel mul ipuu , I oiiglu t
do some work, liui win, m-ou lukeu wiili
a pain in iny hide, which lit a liille
while (eeincil to cprciiil i.ver my whole
body, and tluolilol lu my every limb.
Till was followed l.y cuiigh mil
horliie.- ot biiutli, mull ihuiily 1 could
not how, and I tool; lo my lud lor the
second, did. iis.l tlioonl, Uu lliu ;:ll
time Mi tileiid told u llml my ilmu
hud i eaily tome, uiid thai 1 cu. hi not
live longer il.au whin ili-uie pu on
their gr en mcmoit.. Tihii I lui pen.
ed to gel Oliu of the M-i(.vl illlihk-l-.
1 nail II. and my d-n in -her lioutjht
me a liotile of elgl I'a pyrup, whlen I
took cMictly aeeoidlug to iliricUi.n,
uud I lind not liikeu the whi-leol II lie-
fore I lelt a en in elm: ge t' r the butcr.
My lllne-, lietiin Jiinu IS.', mid
Loiillnued lo Atiiii i lit. i, wh.ii 1 li. .run
lo tiiku the --J 1 1 p. Vi-iy uu I in .Id
do a li lie I ghl -iK. Ihu ui-il-Ii left
me, and 1 u.i no tit iu 1 1 .. t.I, . in
li cubing. Nui- 1 mo -rlic ly Lined.
Ai d oh, how luippi I iiut I euiiiioi ex.
press gfiiiluiiu uiongti for Sil"el'
duiii. Xuw 1 ii.ii i i II you t toil the
ooelo in i. in ill-nut ilii.it iliiiiiil lut ml.
hill ciiuiioiiing piople iiguiii't tne
m- ill' bit, lellliip lluiii it wi mil doll iin
no good, iii.d iiiitny weie ihi-ie y ietbi
euciilin iM'-l I i lliu ici gi I iiiiilil t;
toil now, wheii'Vir oi.e Is lo be louiid, b
I kipt like a iclic 'Ihu lew pie-cMid
are inrouul lo rind, unit L huvu tent
mini tor lx inlli-!' mou'iul our lii-t'ici
People Ium: enine elgliriiu miles io get
me in tiny lli lueoi ii.e foi Ihiin.ki mv.
Ing linn il uud ni', nnd to it- mm to
gel I In; liiiiii kiiu'. I know a woui'iu
who win looking lll.e ili-ath uud ho
told tlieiu IheiL n,i no help for her,
thai tflut hud consnlled evr.il tli ctor.
but nniio e. n.U lolpliei. I told In. lot
SLigel'r, Syrup, und wrule Ilie ii-une
down fur her thai hc inlghl inake no
mistake, fchu took my mtvlee and ilie
byrup, and now i-hu is n puleot heullh,
and ihu eo k- uitiuud it mo uun.j-.id.
Tliu luidleliie Imb m me stu.li inoyiosh
in oiii iieighlioihi oil thai in'oplu -iiy
l hey don't wiiui the doe or iifty mole,
nut iln-y tuku il eSj i p. S JTvij-id limn
gout who i.elit iiii.iiiutl lo il.eir hid mul
euulil h.iidly in- ve a iingt-r, I uvu hem
tuied by i. I l.eie U a gill in ourills
liiel wlio Liiught a i old hi going
ill rough roiile wider, mid wih Hi lied live
yeiirn wiili i:iiivene!. and ihiuuiutic
palii'-, and hud to hale tin iit.eiiiliiiil to
milch by her. Theie wuk uul a detor
lu ihu Mini. milling tli-tiiu'ti to whom
her mi'tiii-r luiil mil upplinl to nlk-e
her ehild, l.uieii oiu e nt.-id iheiu
"tlio n lu I Mild ihey u nlil not help her.
Wheiievii the lit. le InM i.iiil- which hi
ling in our pluie whin koiik Itotiy Is
dead, we Ihoiigm hUielv il wa for lur,
but tie-igel'it syiup iiiiii" Pillh taviU her
life, ami now the I a Inultliy us any.
body, gou to chinch, and i:",n wolk
itveii lu Ilie Ik-Id-. ler body wiisiif.
luiiUI ed when thu miw heroin, Kuou
lug how iiiuiiy yen? lie lind l.t-i-u in
bed. To .it. y rhumliln her griitiiude lo
liiliiu lor UoiI'b n.eicii-'. nnd Sei gel's
Syrup. Mviiia IIaa.n."
The people of Juglunii ipeiik lu'lillrm.
ing thu above.
Al't or 31ini' AT'jii-h.
'MVlilttle.l W.iiis, mn U ni ley,
"llu-iiti ii 2''-, tit-:
' I)i i - : i S' -. ' u ii' iie
b.. i . ii
nu.i ii ii . "ui b ii f T h , ..r
nieilleiun n.w n,v, t.'i I'.Hi.,'-
AI'U-i- b'qvui'.il Ycui-H.
"Moke Ki'iri, JniliitiiyMilh, 181.
"Oi ml. no i. I loi'i i.m'l Sl 41-l't
mn fi- iV'. i liM, i i t d
li' i 1
I'Olll, -il' i . I
lc.ik i o
Hum, ' ii
A 1 1 I ?.
till 1 1.
.My wit.. im i. .. i ft. !-. i ii lu
l'jli.-pMit tin iit-i -Imiui )'inr. U ow
peileelly l.ellur through the rule In lp
of your -jriip. 1 Iiiimi m-iii potiiul u
meillili'C lium doetniK In laci, 1 be.
gnu tu think r-liu wns Itio. rihle, until
)otir m.irvelloiii. iiiiilleiuu wu ulid.
1 u-uiiilu, jouii', lliiiuklully,
.... ...- -. - .. .. . w .' .
Tlio .IOH'otiiM luivu l)uea
"lirnrd Head li.Mnji art', Dukbilleld,
.May U, 181
"Dear Sir, I inn liuppy lo Inform
you Ih it ilu me if yourSj nip uud 1'IIU
Tnvrcii-cs lit-ie emu mindly, fceveral of
my ciihtouii'rii speak ol having deilvcd
inoru heuelll lioin ihnUMjof these than
fiom any oilier niedlelue. In muiiu in.
still ee ilie i ft'cits, liiixu In en wonderful.
Your- en uv i-i llullv,
It wlj - Pun. Ktivi.N K rr.vi 011. -1 11 "
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