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MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1880.
Haw sclir .Moi Wahluo, I'i days from
StmrKltiau fiom Wlndwaid Port's
St in r Iwalanl fiom Ktuuil
Am llkluu OC l-'imk from Xeweastlu
K S W
Gerschr Murv C Bolnu fiotu Wolmea,
Stmr Llkellke for Kiihulul
Stun- MoUulli for Molokul
Slim- Dowsctt for l'nla
Sclir Xcltlo Murrlll for Lalmhri
Sclir rCttlainamt for Hawaii
Sehr Khukiil for Waliilun
Sehr Itiilnbow for Koolau
Stmr Jas JInkeo for Kupaii via Walanac
Uktne Amull.i for Snn Francisco
Hklno V 11 Dlmoiul for S.in I'Vnnelsen
ltklnc DUcovcry for San t'runulH'u
Stmr KUiiuua lion for Windward Ports
at 5 p in
Stmr XV G Hall for -Maul ami Huwull at
S p ui
Stmr Klnau forW'ludwnid Ports at 1 p in
Stmr Iwalanl for Kauai at 5 p in
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Star of Pvon. Mnokcli
lUUnc Morning Star, Turner
Bktue Amelia. Xew hall
Hktnc XV II Uintond, Luce.
Jlkttie l)leovcry, Meyer
Jtrlt bark Lady Luiupsoii, Mar.-lon
Uktne Kllkltut, Cutler
Tern J C Ford, Orlffltlu
Fr seer lliiuunonlii, Arnni-d
Brit Jlk Lapwing, l)e (ii-itchy
Haw sclir .Jennie Walker, Anderson
Ger bk Hydra
Am bk Hope, Penliallow
Am bklneO C Funk, (llaser
Ger sclir Miuy 0 Bolim, Moberg
Bgtuc Irene, Serenden
IJ6C II-Kinney. Oulilur
Friiin Kanal, per stmr Iwnhitii, June
10 II F Glade. Capt L Ahlborn, .INS
William-, Francis Gay, Ills Kx Gov
ernor 1' 1 Kanoa and wife, K McCoy,
A Dunn. B IC Hull, W K flow ell. .Judge
.1 Kauai, seven Chinese, and 2 deck.
Krom Windward l'ort, )er stmr Kl
iiau, June 20 Hon S G Wilder, VII
Alms, J Odcrklrk, Mrs Sargoaut, J Jl
Atheiton, 0 I.ux and wife, (! Sarge.int,
J It .UeChesney, It Ilnrgravu, JI I) Mon
nnrrat, L Jl Tousalnt, Two Ando, Sea
Kind, Aku, Mrs A Sinclair, J Irs J
Wight. F I. Leslie, I N Makec, XV 11
Ouuiui!ng. XV A Balloy, Aki. Aehlii
find 1)2 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
StmrlCllnuea Hon a,B0O Migar.
Stmr Dowsctt 010 sugar.
Stmr lwaian 1-5,002 sugar, 150
20 rice and 2:t hides.
Stmr Kiuau :(,O0O sugar, fiOO feet koa
board, 105 sheep, 1 horse, 000 goat
xklns, 50 hides and 130 pkgs sundries.
The American bktne C O Funk, Cap
tain Glaur, anchored in the stream
early Juno 20tli, 47 davs from New
castle. New South Wales, with 820 tons
of coal to uhlp's account. The Nor
wegian bark Kljl had left Newcastle for
lids port with coal, eight days prior I o
her departure The ) C Funk is con
digued to II H Hackfeld & Co.
Tho Hawaiian brig Hazard, Captain
WG Goodman, arrived at Hllo, Ha
waii, June 11th, 23 days from San
Francisco, with a cargo of general mer
chandise., 4 cows, 2 horses, and 2 pigs.
Kuported very light winds tho entire
Tho stmr Iwalanl arrived Juno 20tli
from Kauai with the schooner Maty C
Bohm In tow. Tho Iwalanl mado an
Hvcrage of 0 knots while coming here
with the, schooner in tow.
The American bktno Ferris M
Thompson, Capt G C Porter, arrived at
Kalmlul, Maul, June 14lh", 12,' days
from San Franclsco. with a full cargo of
The stmr Dowsett, while on her last
trip, took 30 ton of merchandise from
ibc Hazard at llllo to Laupuhoehoe.
The brig Irene, Capt Scrondson, ar
rived this morning 02 days from Callao.
She has a (pianllty of old Iron, rope,
brass, copper, and type. Shu Is bound
for ban Francisco and came here for
The cargo of the Ger bk Hydra Is be
ing lauded by the steam scow.
The bk Lady Lampsoii denied at the
Custom House tills morning for San
Francisco with 11,32'J bags of sugar:
8,180 from CastleKfc Cooku; 1,070 from
UroweriS. Co and 2,070 fiom Davles &
Co. Yaluo $00,174.48.
The Moi Wahlno brouggt 401,500 RW
ehlugles and 25 ton3 of pig iron.
The schooner Mary C Itoluu, Captain
Moberg, brought a (puintitv of shark
and other fish tins, eomo seal skins and
50 pounds of shells,
Ox.vuknck MucfiuliiiHi lias tho latest
novelties in fuo works. Call nml seo
them. 5'J 2t
- - . .
Von Don't Bay Sol Yes, thuro is a
barber feliup, corner King and Alakcu
streets, But for Goodue-s' Kuko Don't
Say 1 Told You. f5 lw.
PicTum: Frames and C'irnicoH
madu to order, old Fiaiucs rcpnirt'd,
Higildcd, etc King llios'. Aitiitom.
Tin: choicest fancy, plain, and fruit
cakes of superior quality always on
hand or madu to ordci. At tho Klitu
Jcu Cruimi Parlors. fill
Tin: JtuAj, Manila, for tho Rrat
time, has niipoared in Honolulu. To
bu hnri at tho Central Cigar Stand
at WUenian's. Try it.' J. IIu.ukh,
Ianager. 355 tf
pit. Flint's IIjja'iit Hkmiidy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dia
easo anil also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Dcwiiptivo book
with every bottle, lloiison Smitli it
Co., Agents. Ml
of tho finest anil richest FLAVORS
anil orniinieiitr.d fiom plain to tho
highest STYLK OF ART wltioli not
only cannot bo iinitated 1ior inucli
less oxcullcil, tit tho Pioncur Steam
Caiply, leu Uicain nml (Jako Fuetory,
lote street, between roil anil jiin-
L30AL & wmk mm, r
Abukdakcr of vnin Is reported on
Hawaii and Maui.
A Jiouoii sea with squiilly tiado
' winds prevailed at Koolau last Week.
Tin: Hawaiian Kille Association's
new shooting range at Wnikiki is in
miiliness foi the. 4th of July conli'sl.
A iiiiANii painting of lliiinbow Falls,
by l'urneaux, was on iew in Tin inn's
window Sntuiday night, and was
admired by ninny.
AMEiucANS me reminded of the
meeting to-night at the Hawaiian
Hotel, to consider how the Fourth of
Jttlv shall be observed tliiri year.
Tin: I.aie Mill, sniokestnck blew
down last .Monday, dining a gale.
The mill has suspended work until
n new smokestack ai rives by tho
Tjii: foituimtu stockliolders of tlie
People's leo it Kefrigemtur Co. will
have tho pleasant occupation of
drawing n monthly dividend of ono
dollar per frhare, on Wednesday next.
Mns. II. Ileiger, while driving
along lk'M'tanin stieel, on Saturday
last, with a 'iiniage full of children,
had lather a nasty accident. The
hoi so suddenly shied at a lubbish
heap, and u small boy fell from thu
carriage, and was badly bruised about
Mn. Locko Richardson's recital of
"As You Like It," announced to bo
given at Mrs. Dickson's on TovMlay
evening, is postponed to Thursday
eeuiug. Mrs. Dieksuii icquests that
tickets he procured pioviously, for
liev better convenience in providing
the necessary teats.
Whim: talking of sharks this morn
ing, Captain Nelson, of the schooner
General Seigle, said that whilo on his
way hero fiom .Iiiluit ho harpooned a
shark 11 feet long, with 2-1 young
ones, each measuring fiom 21 to 22
inches in length, lit; said it was
common to catch a shark with 11
young ones, but 24 was oxtiaouli
nary. A oiiani) luau and birthday cele
bration in honor of Miss 11. Nowlein,
was held at tho lOsidence off Mr. Sant
Nowlein, l'nlainu, last Saturday after
noon. Among thu distinguished
guests present were His Majesty the
King, His Ex. Paul Neumann, Mr.
C. O. Horger, Major Baker and wife,
Mr. CluuC Arnold, Mr. Uertlenian,
Mr. J. Kaae, Hon. Kaulukou, Major
I.uuiuhcihei and wife, Mr. Hurry
Aimitiigo and many others. It was
a very pleasant all'air.
The Hoynl Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Square,
beginning at 7 :80. Following is the
March Parade, ,,....
Ka Hal Mai, (new)
Selection The Grand Mogul
Waltz Tho Flower Show.. .
. . Kappey
March Llpollpo ka Wal o Kldle.
THE NEW SCHOONER.
The now Ilawaiinn seliooner Moi
Wailiiuo (Queen) arrived ye&torday,
l.'l (lays, fiom San Francisco, in
cliurgo of Uaptain Staples, formerly
chief ollicer of the wrecked steamer
Planter. She left Sun Francisco
Sunday June Otli, and mado the first
500 miles with roefcil sails. The
-Moi Wailiiiie. is 85 leet over all, 21
feet beam, and 0 foot hold. She is
75 tons American register, was built
by Turner, and is a fast sailor. She
will bo nut on the In tor-island
trade, sailing for Kolmlu, Hawaii,
about Wednesday next.
A NOBLE WORK.
-Mrs. Judge McCully ably assisted
by . a number of other Christian
women has for somo timo been pro
secuting a noble woik in Fowler's
yard on Monday evenings. These
women, who leave elegant homes and
their own social amusements foi the
assistance and elevation of the less
favored, are surely not open to the
unkind .remarks of self-interest,
which are so frequently made of
those who arc laboring in the Chris
tian cause. While the main object
of these 'meetings is to advance
Christian work, they are so conducted
t)iat a pleasant hour is spent in song
and familiar talk, in which all take
part. Let tho young men and women
not foi get the prayer meeting in the
yard this evening, and encourage by
their presence and assistance this
good work. Exercises begin at 7 :U0
Satuiiuay, Juno ltHh.
Nakcu (k.) and Maknhiina (w.),
adultery; $32.50 and 817.25 respec
tively. Antone d'Neise, driviog an ox
press without lights; reprimanded
Monday, Juno y 1st.
.August Leonard, arson and mali
ciously burning tho house occupied
by him anil belonging to Mr. Uruce ;
committed for trial to Supreme
Jacob Sims, G. Fitzgerald, and
David, 80 each for drunkenness.
Wahineaua, disorderly conduct;
Uilama, assault and battery ; 87.
Ah Tin, opium in possession; $51
and hard labor 20 days.
Ah Chong, opium in. possession ;
$75 and hard labor 2 mouths.
Ah llimgi opium In possession;
$51,20 awl haul labor 20 days.
' PROM THS VOLOAHO, "I
CrtATEu or KitAuju,' Hawaii, I
.time 17, 1880. J
The party from Honolulu by the
Klnau last Monday reached heroin
line spirits on Wednesday, and found
the crater smoking and steaming' at
n great rate. The trip up from tho
beach was a delightful one, and was
thoroughly enjoyed. This morning
tho pnrty went into the crater and
visited (he great break down on' the
site of the great lava lakes. There
was a great deal of smoke and steam
to be seen and stiong indication of
the reappearance of tho liquid lava
in a ver- short time. Tho heat from
tho pit is very groat, and at night
tho reflection from the hidden tires is
quite bright. All are delighted with
tho Volcano House and the accom
modations, as well as with the routo
up from the beach. A flno rain has
made the house seem all tho more
comfortable, while the visit to tho
crater itself has been very satisfac
tory. 1 will write you further by
next mail of tho Volcano. C.
MURDER OH KAUAI.
Intelligence of a shocking murder
comes from Kauai. An old man,
named Nrilson, who was a Norwe
gian and n'laborcr atKeknha planta
tion, is the victim. It appears that
the deceased left Wnimea for Klo
elc on the evening of the 12th in
stant, and was found by some
natives on the following morning in
a dying condition, a short distance
from Gay's ranch. He was badly
smashed about tho head, his skull
fractured, three ribs broken, a stone
forced in between his jaws, and
unable to speak, lie died shortly
after being found. The sheriff of
the island empaneled a Jury and
held an inquest. The verdict was
one of murder by unknown persons.
Suspicion attaches to three Negroes
and a Tahitian, but no arrests had
been made up to the time of the
steamer's departure for Honolulu.
The murdered man was robbed of a
gold watch, $15 in cah, and his
boots. Ho was a married man, and
leaves a wife and four childrou.
A PIGEON THAT LOVES CUINEA PICS,
"A Hen Which Hovers Kittens,"
an account of which, taken from the
Los Angelei Times, appears in this
issue, is no more remarkable than a
mulo pigeon taking care of a "drove
of guinea pigs, and an instance of
this lattur kjw) can );e cited from
hero. A lady living at I,plep, near
the King's stable, keeps a half dozen
or so guinea pigs, in a small latticed
enclosure. Xcarly a year ago the
lady put a maimed male pigeon into
the same cnclosuro, for protection
from cats. The pigeon in the course
of timo recovered and was liberated.
But the bird had become so attached
to the guinea pigs that it refused to
be separated from them, and has re
mained with tlicm ever since. The
pigeon coos, over the pigs, takes
them under its wings, and shows
great concern when they givo signs
of distress. When the- are let out
on the lawn to cat grass the pigeon
goes along with them, watches them
carefully, and excites itself to the
utmost to protect them when danger
threatens. When they lcltirn to
their cuclosuio it returns behind
them, and becomes vciy much
troubled if not admitted at once.
THE BASEBALL MATCH.
On Saturday afternoon the Hono
lulu and Doneiiicit baseball olubs
met in a friendly tusslo on the Ma
kiki diamond. There was a smaller
concourse of spectators than usual,
althougn, excepting ono or two
slight sun showers, the weather was
pleasant. Honolulu had thu follow
ing team: Wodohousc c, Daldwin
p., Whitney 2nd fj., Low s. s.,
Thurston r. f., Mooro .'ltd I)., Mark
ham 1st b., Fisiier c. f., Casllc 1. f.
Fred. Oat took Low's place at tho
beginning of the foiuth inning.
Benedict's team was: Chas. Wilder
3rd b., Judd 2nd b., Kinney 1st .,
J. Winter c. f., Lisliman s. s.,
Chan. Wildur c, Lyons r. f., Dow
sett 1. f., Wall p. Fr. Winter acted
as sub. for Wall, who was late
coming, till the end of tlio third
innings. Mr. Geo. C. IJoardman
was umpire, and Mr. II. S. David
son scorer. Tho early part of the
match gave promise of the most
brilliant game of the season, but the
latter portion disappointed that ex
pectation. Wall's hand had lost its
cunning for want of practico, with
'the result that tho Honolulu not only
caught up with a big doficiotioy,
making even at the end of the sixth,
but overwhelmed the Benedict with
a score of ten in the seventh. Fol
lowing is Hie tally of runs and
Ituns. Time. Ituns. Time.
7 2 8
2 0 fi
14 0 2
4 4 12
10 10 II
i 'J 7
;i To spare
no 20 fii
By request, 1 Invito all American
citizens, residents in this vicinity,
to incut at tho Hawaiian Hotel on
Monday' ovoning, Juno 21st, at 8
o'clock, to consult in refureuco to
tho observance of July Fourth.
Gko. W. Mi:ukii.t..
Honolulu, II. 1., Juno 18, 1880.
Mr. ' Moody is raising 4200,000 to
atart a training sphoo at Chjcngo for
QViingoliziiig work among tho masses.
"HOVILTV IN HflTtLS. '
A hotol, twolvo utorloB high, with
accommodations for 500 guests, Is
to be erected in Minneapolis at a
cost of three-quarters of a million
dollars. It is tho intention to have
tho dining-room on the tenth floor,
the kitchen on the eleventh, and thu
laundry and servants' quarters on
A MAN OF PLUCK.
The courage of M. De Lesseps is
a thing to be admired, lie is repre
sented as being not in the least east '
down on account of thu damaging
report made by M. Rousseau In
reference to the Panama Canal. He
is confident he can get the motiuy to
complete tho enterprise whether the
French Government gives permis
sion to hold a lottery for that pur
pose or not. It is men of this
determined character that cause the
world to move ; and even thoo who
feel indifference as to tho Panama
Canal cannot but admire tho man
who Is so resolute in carrying out
his plans. S. F. Call.
ENCLISH COMMERCIAL HUMOR.
In a case of incrchaudise lately
loccited from England came a card
in deep mourning, with the follow
Sacred to the Memory of the Late
11HISK TItADE, Lq.,
WHO Sllt'ITI.KI) OFF THIS MOIITAI.COIl,
IN K.VIM.V AtlTl'MN, 1870.
The deceased Gentleman, who had been
giadually declining for four years,
was greatly beloved by all w ho
knew htm; ami hls'dcpar-
tule was widely and
Hi oh'efpiles were largely attended by
the general public, ami by his or-
i owing rcliillvca, 'tins
Ills End wa "Peace with Honor "
THE ROTHSCHILD LOAN.
The banking Qrm of Hothsuhild is
reported to have taken the greater
part of a $0,000,000 loan on the St.
Paul Itailroad. It is also said that
this is the first time in twenty-five
years the ItothschihU of London
have allowed their name to bo used
in connection with American rail
road securities. H Is now about
twenty-two years since tho Hoths
childs of London made one of those
colossal blunders which aro looked
back upon with wonder. Tho llrm
had an opportunity to buy American
national bonds at about -10 cents and
declined to do so. It invested largely
In Coufcdcrato bonds, which ceased
to lmyc valpo when, tlje Confederate
Govornmunt dissolved, ft is pot
known exactlj how many millions
this blunder cost the ltothschilds.
That linn has since been engaged in
a conspirao' to apprcolato tho value
of mopuy by tho domonctizatiou of
silver, and its profits at this stage in
the operation aro perhaps sullleicnt
to cover the loss in Confederate
bonds. fS. F. Call.
CR ANT XNDTHE PICKETS.
After we had soeured tho oponing
of a lino over which to bring our
supplies to the army 1 made a per
sonal inspection to see the situation
of tlie pickets of tho two armies. As
I have stated, Chattanooga Creek
comes down tlio centre of thp val
ley to within a mile of Chattanooga,
thou boars off westerly, then north
westerly, and enters tho Tennessee
Kivcr at tlio foot of Lookout Moun
tain. This creek, from its mouth
up to where it bears off west, la'
between the two lines of pickets,
and tlio guards of both armies drew
their water from tho samo stream.
As I would be under short-range
llro and in an open country, I took
nobody with mo, exocpt, I bolicvo,
a bugler, who stayed some distance
to tho rear. I rodo f-om our right
nround to our left. When I caino
to tho camp of the picket guaid of
our side I heard tho call, "Turn out
the guard for thp coinipaiuling gen
eral." I replied, "Never mind tho
guard," and they were dismissed
and went back to their tents. Just
hack of these, and about equally
.uaiuub iiuii i , cio .
guards of the Confederate pickets,
Tho suntiuol on their post, culled out
iu like manner, "Turn out the guard
for tho commanding general, and,
1 believe, added "General Grant,"
their line iu a moment front-faced
to the north, facing me, and gave a
salute, which I returned.
Thu most friendly reatipim scent
ed to .exist between, thu pickets of
tlio two armlos. At ono place thuro
was a tree which had fallen across
tho stream, and which was used by
tlio soldiers of both armies iu draw,
ing water for tholr camps. General
Longatrcot's corps was stationed
there at the lime, and wore blue of
a little different shade from our uni
form. Seeing a soldier iu liluu on
this log 1 rode up to him, com
menced converging with him and
asked whose corps he belonged to.
He was very polite, and touching
his hat to me, said lie belonged to
General Longstrcct's corps! I ask
ed him a few questions hut not
with a view to gaining any particu
lar information all of which he
answered, and I rodo off. Grunt's
'Why shouldn't spring come
now?" It Is generally understood,
though, that spring is waiting for
Secretary Lamar to get his hair cut,
while Lamar is postponing that
operation until spring shall ho here.
The daadloclc that tints ensues is
very discouraging. Buffalo F.x
Tho Steam JUuuulry
WAUONB will deliver ami collect
olnthes us usual.
57 It QKO. CAYKNAQH, Lessee.
W shouHl mot Out Dlsatice
in Its Early Stages. I
The illsriiM' rninmcuces with a slight
derangement of the stomach, hut, If
neglected, Ii la lime involves thu whole
ir.iinc, embracing the kidneys, liver,
puucicut, mill In fact the uiulie gland,
uliir system, mm the illll( ted dings out
a inihcialile ii ir-ncr lull II dentil uives
relief from stilb ring. Thu disease is I
often mistaken for other complaints; .
but if the lender will nnk himself the
following iurstion ho will bo able to
determine whether he hlmsdf is one of I
the ntllluted' -Have 1 Uiotress. pain, or I
In ljuittiiliit. alter eatluE Is
there it dull. Iichvv fei-'iuir. attcnucd bv
I diourliuv) Il.ue iho eves h yellow
tinye" Does i thick, Micky iniicom
gatiiur about the giiiix aid teeth In the
mornings, tieconipnnlcd by a disagree,
able taster Is the tongue coated V Is
there pain hi the Hik" and hack? Is
there a fulluis about tlto right side as
If the Iher wcii' tiihuglngv Is there
eillgo or di.zlucj when rlsLjig and.
dcnlj fiom mi horizontal petition? ,. Arc
llits ceciotloiis from tlio kidney. highly
coloured, with n depo.lt after Htanillngr
Docs foot' fcnneiii pooh after eating,
accompanied by llalilleneo or lielchllig
of gas f;om the s'oniach? Is there fie
queiit palpitation if Jhe heart? Thcsu
various M-umtonH iimv not bu present at
one time, but they toinietii the silflerer I
in mm us mi' uri'iiuiui uiM'uii' iirti.
gicuneH. If tin case be one ol
If tin case be one Ol lonj;
staudiiiir, there will be a div, hueklni'
cough, attended niter a lluicby expec
toration, In ei nthauud stages tlie
skin assumes a illrl luoiwiUh appear,
ancu, and the luim'.H .mil feel are covered
by a cold Ftleky piiopliiition. As tho
liver and killings hi-ioinc moiu mid
more Ubuascd, rlicuum'k pains appear,
and the ubiiuI ticitmciit piovcs entirely
unavailing against the latter agonising
dUordcr. The origin of this miilndy is
Indigestion or dpip la, and a kihuIi
inutility of the 'proper medicine will
iuui(ie thu disease If taken In Us inclp
Icney. It K mo-t important that the
ittaciibu should he promptly and properly
treated hi IN llr-t fi2c, when a little
medicine will ell'ect a etiic, and even
ulicn it has obtained u Mlong hold the
correct funnily t-hnuld lie persevered in
until every istlgi- of tlie disease is
eradicated, until the appetite hasictutn
ed, and the digesihe organs restored 10
a healthy condition. The surest and
most I'HVctutil remedy foi this dlstics.
ing complaint is "Hclgel's Curiitivu
Syrup,'" a vegetable picpiiratiop sold by
all client Uts ami tuillciuc vendors
theotighoiit tlio world, anil by the pro
prietor, A. .1, While, Limited, London,
E. (! This Svtxp itrlkej at the very
foundation of the disiwe, and drives it,
toot and branch, out of tho system. Ask
your cheinia lot .Vigors Uurntivu
"KusLstreet Mill-, tT.iinbiirtgcheiitli,
"London, K t!., July Ulth. 188i
"sir, li gives me girat pleasure to bo
able to add tin testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
1 had sulVered " for t-umu length of timo
from a evero form or iudlgetiou, and
the long train of dlPiresflng symptoms
following tlml dlveii'c I had tiled all
possible means to get ullef, by seeking
tlio best medical advice. I hail swallow,
ed Kiitllehint of their vtull'to lloat a ninii.
of-wnr, so to tpeak, but all to no avail.
A friend f mine, coining on tho scene
In the midst of my htill'crliigs, brought
with him a bottle of your Scigcl Syrup;
he advised uiu to liy it, slating hu felt
con I! dent it would icnetit me. llciug
weary of trying w many ilrugs, 1 con.
itciiiucd It before tii.i), thinking It could
not po.-slbly Jo mi any (,'ood, hut ulti
mately lUlermiucd nr take tho Syrup.
After doing ;o for a short time it work
ed such a change in mc that ( cotitlntied
taking It for uc.irl) two months, mid I
then "fell thoroughly cured, for I have,
discontinued it u-e fur live weeks, and
feel in the hi cl of health, and can par
lake any kind of food with case and
comfort. 1 am therefore thankful to
you tha't, through the iiitrunicntullty of
your valuable medicine, I am restored to
the slate of hri'lth I now enjov. Yours
truly. XV. b. I'oiisriui.
"To Mr. A. J. While"
TIumo who nro in the "Asthma
Fin mice" should lo-u no time in obtain,
ing relief by the use of "The Hosing,
weed Tar Mixture;" but do not use thu
medicine unless you wili follow fill thu
directions "to tho lcer."
Poor Asthuu sufferers, who nro
stiaugors to "lircd Nature's sweet
restorer, balmy sleep," should niske use
of "The Itojlnweed Tiir MlMuro." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow Us uso
11 Waterloo House, London Stile, Chis
wick, "February 17th. -18S3.
"Me.i-ri. Wnlto and Co., Loudon.
'Gentlemen, It N with great pleas,
uru that I mid my testimony (u tho
wondciful effects of Selgel's Syrup. For
years 1 nail been siiffei'iug from hlllous
attacks, which, began with giddiness;
then a iiiUc would come heforu inyoye-,
so that 1 should nut bt able to lucogulsc
any one ornuUhini: at the distance of a
yard or two fiom my face. This would
lie loiloweil by exccslvu tieiublltig of
iiiv Knees, so that I could not stand
W,10uc wipporu after which a severe
i hcadaelio would occur, lasting often two
or three dags I have tried various
remedies for ihco dlstrelng symptoms,
but until I tried t-elgd's tyiun I had no
relief, sluco then I have hail excellent
health In every rcpeet, and If ever I
feet ;i headache coining on I take one
do-to of the Syrup, whleli arrests It.
Hoping Unit, this te-ttliuonhil may hu the
menus of Inducing other, (.who suffer as
I used) to try thu Syrup, as I feel sure
they will receive ppueily bonellt anil
ultimately ho cuieil, 1 i,heg toioinaln,
'A. II. Hum on."
f-elgel's Opi rating Pills prevent 111
effects from ou.iss hi cntlng or drink
ing. A good dijt-e at hoil-tinte renders
a person lit for biilnd-s In thu morning.
If jou have Asthma n-c 'The Ito-dnwced
A lurao assortment of the
Very Latest Novelties
In this line, just received pur Marl.
posii. Island outers promptly
itttiti led to.
For Sale at Bargains.
Enquire of 0. XV. MAOFAHLAXK, 14
Kiiiiluinisuu street. M tf
rpili: GYMNASIUM PUKMISE8 on
-L Futt s.trout, lot r,a reel by luTi feet,
lluildiitgllQ feel by 81 feet. This Is u
very duaiinhh) plant for a prlvatu test,
denue or Lodging House, and will bo
sold at u reasonablu llguru. Inqitlro of
Treahiiier Houofulu Athletic Assoeln.
lion. fiO I m
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WM. 6. IHW
EOLE AOHNTS KOU
Ate prepured to otier (pedal Inducements j l'i..Ltj'i us jnJ
Taro Flour Is packed In suitable container fur uui-lipmcui. between tho
islands mid fur foreign bhitmieut Special niderB will be icreivn nml packed In
any style required
n... alln n.. .. I .ii. 'I'lili. 'Ifil,, 1.1.
fhls Taro Flour Is
The new method of making I'ol out of TAHO FLO UH has rcdueod Iho timo
from ?. to OXLY 1 HOUH. The old muthod of cooking it In a )ig Um been die
carded. There Is no netil of building a lire i-pn I illy fur tho purposa, far it ran be
cooked at tho same lime that the ordinary tin al is being i,icpred.
Take an agatu Iron or porcelain lined sauce an, null pour into it one part of
Taro Flour to two parts of water. Mix wdl and he sum there iiro no lumps.
Place tho saucepan over a good (lie and stir the tloi.r mid water with a wooden
mg to heat employed.
spoon or suck mini u iiecomes iiiick, which win take iroin a tor, minutes, accord
ug to heat employed. After ii is thick, occasional thorouirh Minim! Is necessary.
adding a little warm wuter fiom time to
it simmer for neuily un houi und he ulmost us still' in pl ii- Unit N, uultu thick.
I'm It into u calabash or large howl, ami let It ttatid fiom iwu t, three oays, when
it will become nice and turt.
Should thu Poi show a tendency to beeouiu cloggy or lumpy, itnuii it thioiigh
a piece of netting Into a pan or howl and "month it ilow a w llli a potato lmislier or
Persons preferring sweet I'ol will llud that bv cooking thu jlntir according to
the above distinctions whllu piepnring their evniug mull, nnd letting it stand
overnight, it will bu in proper condition for usu on the follow Ing morning. ."")-
Four Simple 'Rosjsojis IVJi
F. HORN Can
Fruit anP All Fancy Sees Cheaper
Than any other Establishment on thu Islands, nml which HE GUARANTEES to
bo Superior to any oilier:
FIRSTLY HORN has thu practical Expeiiemn hhtuclf for 15 veins In all known
OHKAMtand FANCY 10ES, and for that reii-oit Is not oh"llged to pay exit,
vngiint wages for another man's knowledge not wntilt S( i out lo him. "
SECONDLY HORN bus i o cMin Expense-, -nr h in Kt tit. Help, etc.
THIRDLY HORN has STEAM PACILniES by, which he can inakMn twrnU
minutes what will take 4 men one hour to do, and for that uaon can execul'n
orders Iu lar shorter lime than any otlur.
FOUIITIILY HORN Is the piaellcal Miu-te, .over his Journeymen. In mary
other establishments of this kind, the joatuevmeti mo 'lie (misters, no uiiitli r
how little knowledge they are po-FCs-cd of "liceaun' the employer knows in
thing about the milk ng of the article lie -ell-.
P.S. Although not liiulug icceised
arrive soon, F. HUHN will execute Miinll
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
B1 uml :j
Wc arc pleuscd'to announce the arrival of our immense l.uic Invoice of
Dry Ms, Fancy Goods, Laces, Biol:,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing G-oocls,
and are now ottering unprecedented ami uiiitwilM Ilurgnitis in all ourdi'pnitm'u
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 piecesjof very tluu Vieloila l.uwn at 5-2 opiicc, 10 janls; a vn v
largo assortment of iiuw (Spring styles In Lawns, !( lliitiMe, Sateens, phi
figured iuidbrociukd, white Piipie and a full line ol Dics (iociU, tho latest oi,..
Lnee JSoiacle. X-iSMlie"1 rB?ii ; OIotTi'
In all the new shades; -id do. Ladies Lisle Threat! Hoirgiit -tO'ccnts,
thu lict value our nil ml
Clothing Department, j
Just received, all the latest ulyles In Hoys and Children s SmiIIs; Great llarguii .,
Roys Blue Flancl Sailor t'uiis at S.50 a Mult, diibt ncdved direct fiom' .
. -' i
Ludies', Men's, Misses ami Children's Shoes,'
which we oiler nt hed.iof k prke.
'" " FRANK" GERTZ, ' . J
Kccoived ex Autttulln, a Large anil Kh'gtint bu ck of Mi-k's mid (. idldrcn's Spr ng "..'mSk
Heel Shoes of all sues. Also, i Splendid Mock of WSt
Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes. , l
NOTICE. HIUSIO LEHHONS. fH
' A GKH.MAN LADY, rvuoiiunenutxl 'H
C.,L -, .-. - -tV hy I'tok-isor H. llurger, deiru n ,JmM
rrGSll UTdDGS S lessons in l'mno ami Slngiui . ijB
" " "r1 "r i is young Ladles und Children. Apply m "SB
30 'cents per lb. ; ' - - gaJ?"' .'" . M
4-lb8.for$l. SW3CI.VL MEBTlxa. M
X HPKCIAL iMeellng or thu Stick. 'flfl
'l XX. holders ol tlio Inter.Island Sic m '.. Hj
.Navigation ,C'0, will hu held TUl-. - .v IKh
TT(T imn O nC ,)AY liusaiullnm., at 10 o'clock, am., '!
WULUiil OC UU. Uilr onicu.on Uw Bjpluimde. 1-. r H
a-J7tf M ' Uco'yi.K8.'N.Uo. ,flH
n 9 n Jw $kjfu
I'AH SL'I'KIHOn n tint manufactured
time lo prevent It- uctttug ion thick. Let
tho iuce-Mr ii) pliuitto jet uhie
otitett Inr On tuns frcm lids day
h ore t
y..yxf.. i m
& CO., Proprietors.
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