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FRIDAY, JUNE 2fi, 168G.
Stuif Jus Makeo from Kauai
Schr Kuulkcuoull from Koluila
.Stmt O It Bishop for Ilnnnkua ut 8 a in
Stmr Lehun for Windward Forts at 12 m
VESSOLS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
. Stnir .Tas Makeo for AVnlnliui
Schr Jennie Walker for Faiitilngs N
Sohr J C Foul for San Franolseo
VESSELS IN POnT.
Ilk Star of Devon, Mookcts
Hktuo Morning Slur. Tin nor
Uktiic Kllkltat, Cutler
Tern .1 0 Ford, Orlulths
Frscer llammnnla, Ainard
llrlt Bk Lapwing, Do Griichy
Haw sclir Jennie Walker, Andoi
uor uk nytir.t
Am bk Hope, Pcnhnllow
Am bktno 0 0 J'niik, OlaM-r
Our schr Mary C Bolun, Mobcrg
Rgtnc Iioiio, Screndscu
S S Australia, Webber
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
German baik Furst Bismarck, from
Bremen, due Juuo l-t-'O.
Hi it bk Itirmnh, Jeniw, fiom Glas
gow, duo .June 'J.VHO.
Brit bk Isle of Krln, XichoIou, from
LUerpool, duo July 15-:il.
Am bk Kdwnrd May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-111.
II KIMS lllxinarok, from- Auckland,
N '., vl.i Samoa, due April 20-liO.
II I O M S Onclenau, from Auck
land, X Z, via Samoa, duo April 20-ISO.
II I O M S Olga, from Auckland, XZ,
via Samoa, due Apt 11 20-110.
ltd bk Rljl, from Xeweastle, N S W,
due Juno lu-KO.
Brit ship Amatm, from Liverpool, duo
Haw brig Allle itowo, J Philip, from
Hongkong, duo Juuo 10-U0.
. S S City of Bio do Janeiro, from San
Faucisceyen route to Yokohama and
Hongkong, duo July 8.
Am baik Aurora, from Xeweastle, X
SW, due July 1-10.
Am bk F (J Slebcu, from Xeweastle,
NSW, due July 20-:il.
Am bk Holden, from Newcastle, X S
W, duo July l-20.
Am brig Sallua, Blake, from San
Francisco, duo at Kahulul, Juuo 20-20.
Bol baik Don Nicolas, Boss, from
Port Townseud. XV T. duo July 20-111.
It M S S Alameda (Am). II U Mor-e,
from tho Colonies, on route to Sail
Francisco, due July !!.
It M S S Mnrauu (llrlt), James Kdle,
from San Francisco, en route to iho
Colonies, July 10.
Am schr Ida Sehuaiicr, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahulul, July 20-'.!0.
Am bark Forest Queen, J CM Wind
ing, front San Franol'-co, duo July -1-10.
Xlo bk Blmljlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B C, duo Juno 23-yO.
Am sohr Dora Bluhin, Bliihni, from
Port Townsend, duo at Kahulul, July
Am sohr John G Xortb, Moore, from
Port Townsend, due at Muhtikoua, July
Am bk O O Whitinore, Thompson,
from Port Townsend, XV T, due June
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sohr Kaulkeaoull 2,350 sugar.
Stmr Jas Makee 2,572 do.
The Jennie Walker Is expected to sail
to-morrow for Faunlngs Island.
The sohr Gou Sclgle went oii-to the
Marine Hallway yesterday afternoon to
Tho Kiiuikcaoull sails for Kohala on
LOCAL & GENERAL
Do not foiget tho
Yosoinito rink this evening.
Tun band played at tho Queen's
Hospital yesteiday afternoon.
Thomah Anderson 1ms boon arrest
ed on tho oluugo of having opium in
Watkh is still being played on tho
smouldciing debris of the! Ryan
A cahi: of bigamy among natives
was disposed of in tho l'olico Court
Tun steamer Lchua took several
thousand foot of timber to Kahuhii
Them: will bo a, salo of tiro works
at auction to-morrow at 11 a. m. by
10. P. Adams & Co.
L. J. Levey will soil to-morrow at
12 noon, at his salesroom, California
hay, and a lot of fine fireworks.
Tin: dress parade to-morrow of Mr.
llassingor's juvonilo company is for
tho paronts of tho boys only.
Tub Bishop of Honolulu conducts
tho usual services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral this evening at 7 o'clock.
Tin: young people's piniso service,
that was to huvo taken place this
evening at tho Lyceum, has been
Satuiiday, July lid, at nino o'clock,
tho prize shooting at Fort-strcot gal
lory will close and prizes will ho
awarded. Tho three best scores mado
mi far are K. llingloy 25, Fibber 21,
Amono thu graduates of Boston
University, Juno 2d, was John S.
Bishop of Honolulu, fiom tho School
of Medicine (Hoiuieopiithic). Dr.
Bishop's addioss will bo Houghton,
Houghton Co., Michigan.
Kawaiahao church clock has for
some days abstained fiom striking,
although tho hands aro worked as
incessantly as over. Perhaps tho
church has adopted (Jrund Muster
Workman Powderly's views against
The coinniiltoo of arrangements
on tho -Itli of July colobration uio
making extensive preparations for a
grand lime. Tho subscription com
mittee nro doing handsomely, ono of
$250 n hli.Wt At
Tin: Central cigar stand will Hash
bofoiotho publiu gazo in a startling
announcement in tho Hui.i.kti.v to
morrow. Devotees of tho fragrant
wood may in the meantime have their
curiosity pnitly satislled by calling
for "Havana, Koywest, or Domestic."
Tin: departure of tho vessels
Hichoid III., Kate Davenport, V. II.
Dinioiid, Amelia, Discovery, Chan. B.
Kinney, Lady Lainpson and tho Ella
within tho last week or so hits Hindu a
largo holo in the shipping and lessened
liveliness about tho docks consider
ably. Aci'ouiiiNO to the "Advcitiser" u
mooting of about 200 natives was
hold ut Ilackfold's corner, when it
was resolved not to work for less
than ifll.OO a day. Consequently Mr.
S. Carter was compelled to engage
any labor ho could gel to unload tho
Mit. Lock Itichaidsou's leeital of
the comedy, "As you like it,"-at Mrs.
Dickson's last evening, was it splen
did success. Tho audience were en
thusiastic in cxpicssionsof delight nt
tho admirable manner in which tho
elivoito charaetois of tho play wore
Ai.tiiouoii the British Vice-Consul
had called for tondois to repair the
bark Star of Devon, it has boon de
cided to pell her ut auction. Sho will
bo niooi od ut the Fish-market where
on Juno 2'Jlh, with her sails, an
chors, chains, two boats, etc., she will
bo. knocked down to the highest
bidder. E. P. Adams A Co. will
wield tho hammer.
Handsome China teas sets com-,
plcto, magolica fruit stands, inlaid
Japanese vases of unique designs,
hand painted China plates, Chinese
fruit dishes, real bronze vases, elegant
glass-waio and garden pots, will bo
iiniong the things ollered at auction
by Mr. J. Lyons to-morrow ut 10 a.
si. Ladies are cordially invited to
attend this sale.
Mit. 'A. Y. Squires, of anti-Chinese
renown, has planted himself on a
tiack of land at Waialua, where ho
can expound his views to his heart's
delight. Ho was in Honolulu this
morning and remarked that ho was
fencing in his place at Waialua,
though nothing but grass is growing
thoie. Hi fuithor said that two
Chinese prospectors wero viewing his
domains the other day, and ho esti
mated that they might discover
some lino load.
Fum. particulars of Messrs. O. XV.
Mucfarluuo it Co.'s great sale, com
mencing at 10 o'clock A. m. on Tues
day next, will ho found in our adver
tising columns. Intending purchas
ers should read tho advertisement
through, to post themselves in readi
ness for tho salo. Those who havo
no intention of purchasing should do
tho same, or they may have occasion
to regret having missed an oppor
tunity to procure ut a bargain just
the very articles they discover when
toojato that they needed.
Kapioi.axi Bath House, tho only
rcbojt in tho city
All kinds of bath-
Aktists' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. U Ct.
Ciiahley dear! You don't forget
to bring me homo of those nice
French candies arrived per Australia,
for tho Elito Ieo Cream Parlors.
Tin: ItEAii Manila, for tho first
time, lias appeared in Honolulu. To
bo had at tho Central Cigar Stand
ut Wiseman's. Try it. J. Hilueii,
Manager. l5'r tf
)n. Flint's Heaut Uemedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
eiibo and also for Diseases bf Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
West, Dow & Co. havo received an
assortmontof bin cans, child's rockors,
picture moulding, artists canvas,
rustic frames, pioturo card, guitar
strings, leaguo balls, foot balls, build
ing blocks, American ilags, etc., etc.
Just received it now lino of Ladies'
Untriinnied Hats; ornuinonts, La
dies' Collars, Tricking; all over-om-broidery,
Ladies' Linen Pluin-Col-oiod
Laces; Nun's Veiling, nil wool, in
cream, while, pink and blue; all
wool Cashmeres in whito, cicani,
pink and blue, ut tho Loading Milli
nery llouso of Clius. .1. Fishol, cor
norof Fort and Hotel'stieots.
THE ELECTRIC LIGHT.
AN ELECTIUO ILLUMINATION' NEXT
It will have been seen by our leg
islative report, that a bill conferring
on Mr. C. O. Merger and associates
it franchise for lighting Honolulu by
electricity, has been rend u first
time. Mr. Hcrgor assures our rc
poiter that they mean business and
that preliminaries for launching tho
project are well advanced. They
arc not going to wait for improve
ments in the Water Works to afford
them water power, but will begin nt
once, on tho passage of the bill,
with steam power. Tho very latest
improvements will bo adopted, aro
lights to bo used for outdoor lamps
and incandescent for the interior of
houses. As to tho system of street
lighting, thcro is a variety to choose
from, and possibly moic than ouo
method may bo used according to
local conditions of aicas. Thero
aro the tower system, tho masthead,
anrt Umui pontlHnt from oUainn ck.
tondlng between otroot corners, ouo
of which may bo most suitable in a
certain locality anil another in tt
place differently circumstanced. At
first tho business quarter, tho
wharves, and tho lighthouse will bo
bathed in the effulgence of the elcc
tiio rays, afterward suburban loca
lities provided the Government nnd
piivatc owners of property avail
themselves thcro of tho improve
ment. Next week it is Mr. Ucr
gcr's purpose to give a grand exhi
bition of electric lighting along the
streets from the Post Olllco to the
Hotel, in order that members of the
Legislature and the unenlightened
public may seo for themselves tho
stipciioiity of electricity over all
other illuminants. With a hand
concert, that is hereby suggested, at
the Hotel on the evening of the elec
tric illumination, the occasion would
doubtless bo one of general plea
sure. It would be a grand wind-up
for the Fourth of July celebration,
peculiarly fitting in view of tho part
American genius has taken in pro
moting electrical science. The power
for the proposed exhibition is to be
furnished by the Honolulu Iron
Tiiuksiuy. Juno 2 till.
L'onoalccawc, drunkenness, for
feited SG bail.
Kamali, assault and battery on
Captain Ariwld of sohr. America,
pleaded not guilty and said ho was
too drunk to know what lie was
doing. Fined with co9ts SG.20.
John Lawsou, using threatening
language against C. Cliristcnscn,
bound in $25 with one surety to
commit no offense against the per
son or property of Cliristeiisen.
Chun Lung, stealing chickens,
hard labor six months, witli $1,150
costs. He stole the birds from an
Fkiday, Juno 2oth.
Thos. Anderson, opium in pos
session, fined $lflO and given two
months' hard labor, tho opium being
Joe Paul, assault anil battery on
his wife, pleaded guilty and wos
fined, including costs, $8.
Kalioha alias Pohili, polygamy by
marrying one lvcano while his wife
Kaaialii is still living, waives ex
amination and is committed for
trial to the Supremo Court.
HE HOPED FOR THE BEST.
Mrs. Jones hud joined a French
class and was
how well sho
tolling her husband
wns rottiujr ulonir.
"I'm airaul," he said, "that it is
nothing but a 'spasm.' I've known
pooplo beforo who would tacklo a
foreign language, expecting to know
all about it in a month, and by the
titno tlioy could translate, 'The son
of the baker lias tho loaf of broad of
tho daughter of tho gardoner,' or
some such rank nonsense as that,
and had bought a few pounds' worth
of foreign books, thoir enthusiasm
would die away like tho morning
mist." "But that's not tho case
with me," replied Mrs. Jones, con
fidently. "Iain piogrossing splend
idly. Prof. (Jrapaud bays that in a
short time I ought to begin to think
in French, and when' one can accom
plish that, progress is always rapid."
"Well," said Jones with a sigh, "1
don't want to interpose any objec
tions of course, and if you can learn
to think in French I shall bo glad of
it. It's something vou havo never
boon able to do m English."
-11ILJ I ,, J-IJ
THE AMERICA CUP..
THE NEW YACHT OUTSAILED UT THE
A Now York despatch of tho llth
tells of a fresh laurel won by the
winner of the America Cup last
year, as follows: From present in
dications, it looks as if we are going
to have a yachting cruise the greater
part of the ensuing week. For the
moment nothing else is talked about
at the hotels, tho .clubs and in Wall
street but the smart Eastern boats
that arc to try conclusions with our
own. The Boston sloop Puritan ar
rived in the lower bay Saturday in
fine trim, receiving salutes at Whito
Stone, Frog's Neck and various other
points along tho East ltlvcr. Every
steam vessel that passed her on the
way gave her three sonorous salutes,
which were responded to by tho
yacht dipping her pennant. On tho
Brooklyn bridgo an immense throng
was assembled to have a view of
her, and it was with tho utmost per
suasion tho policemen could induce
the sightseers to move on. Yester
day morning the now yacht Atlantic
mado sail early in the forenoon, nnd
started for handy Hook, lour cor
respondent was fortunate enough to
bo aboard of her. The yacht on
which the hopes of the New York
Yacht Club aro centered is some
what of a disappointment, though an
exceedingly fast boat. Tho prin
cipal defect is the extreme height of
the stern, which is sixteen and one
half inches higher than the scale of
the model sho was built fiom. Tho
main boom is too heavy by half a
ton, and sho docs not uiiiul her
helm as well as could bo wished.
In a brush with the Puritan yester
day, tho latter completely outsailed
tho Atlantic, which earned full sail,
while the Puritan carried a Jib and
mainsail, but no topsail. Tho yacht
Priscilla also tried conclusions with
tho Atlantic, but had all sho could
do to keep up with her during tho
short run. Tho Atlantic sails at her
best on tho wind. Jinny yachtsmen
think sho will defeat tho Puritan in
the trial races, but Captain Joo
Ell t worth i who inlUd the FurltMi
lust your, and who 1a to tall tho
Atlantic this year, says ho lias not it
chanco to win. lie believes the boat
is not built yet which can outsail the
mtosiT.CTs or the oalatea.
Tho prospects of the British gut
ter, Gulatea, which lias entered for
tho America Cup, was not impaired
by her recent defoot in the llfty
milc race from Southern,! to Har
wich for the Harwich Cup. The
race was sailed in a brisk wind, and
that tho Ircx, Galatea and Mu'r
joric, presumably in tho order
named, weio leading the fleet, and
that at the Middle Light, in Swiu
Channel, the Galatea carried away
her bobsta', and to save her bow
sprit gave up the race. It is worthy
of note that the accident happened
in the windward work. The latter
part of the race was sailed beforo
tho wind, nnd in this the Galatea,
being the largest of the three,
would, by reason of her superior
length, have had tho advantage of
the other two boats, and might,
thcrcforo, have won tho race.
The Dominion Parliament, at the
session which has recently closed,
passed a law prohibiting the manu
facture, importation and salo of
bogus butter. Tho bill was intro
duced by tho Government us being
demanded by tho public interest,
and coinpaiativoly littlo opposition
was offctcd to it. Ar. Y. Tribune.
Special Sale of
Japaness & Chinese
On SATURDAY, June 20,
at 10 o'clock, a.m., at my Snlrsrooms, I
ha'.c received Instructions to sell at pub.
He auction, for a Chinese (Inn a lion t
giving up business, a large lot of
JAPANESE AND CHINESE GOODS,
consisting in part of Elcgnnt Jarancso
Vatcs, Flower Pi ts, Fruit Dishes,
Chinese Chamber Sets,
Plates, Fancy Vases, Japanese Uoes,
A variety of Glassware,
Hion.o Vases, OatHiitnu Ware,
Howls, China Dinner Sets,
Fine Lot of Matting,
And various other goods. All will
bu ro.idy for inspection on Kill.
1ST Terms Cash.
J. LYONS, Auct'r.
The White House,
IS'o. US Nununn hUrcor,
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Iteiisonable. First-Class
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
30 cents pox' lb.;
4-lsq. for SI.
WOLFE & CO.
FIRE WORKS !
A lanjo assortment of the
Very Latest Novelties
in this line, just received per Mnri.
posa. Island orders promptly
For Sale at Bargains.
Knnulru of C. XV. MACFAltLAXE, U
Ktiahumaiiu Eliect fit If
Hugs to inform tho Public in general
that he hns received an
' of Ladles', Gents' and Children's
Boots, Shoes &
(2 75 100
qt :!;! in
a via ooo
Ilaw'n Carriage Manf 'g Co.,
K. O. Hall & Son,
Inter-Island S. N. Co.,
Ilaw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wilder's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co,,
Wailiiku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. TIIUHSTON, Stock Biokei.
39 Merchant Street. 151 ly
EXTENSIVE CREDIT SALE I
liy order of Mcsm (J. YV Macf.irlunc & Co., I w 111 oftcr for snle,
at my auction warorooms, on
Tuesday Next, the 29th day of June,
A line line of KnclMi and Frun h (foods, seleekd with eipcrial reference to the
requlii'inculs of Ihl tniilc These Goods arc just to hand ex Stirlingshire,
and c.piiiprlie Dry Goods, In variety and a snmll line of
unvcltlrs, together with a line lluo of
Hies, Wines and Liquors
nnd. General 3JCei'cliaiid.io
of tho very !ot and m&st favorably known biands In this market, thus oirordlng
dealers a rare opportunity of replenishing tliclr Stocks.
Dry Goods :
White Vlctoila Iiuii, O.tfoid Clucks,
Hleaehed DrlllH, Russia Draper, sain.,
Whllo Cotton 'I lek, 27, U'J and Ul Inches,
Hluek, Fier.ch Merino, Gent's hlf. Hose,
lialbrli'gan, I'eail Button-, all slos and
Irish Trimming, (Jiitcushuid Shawls,
Colored Denies. Sailor Hats, special,
Ladies' and Ciiildteii'd Hats, white and
Gold btamped Parasols, triuimid with
Urooks & Co.'h Cotton Thread, Nos. CO
Hooraekse, Miller & Co.'s Long Cloth;
Cryst.d bhlrtlii.', Turkish Towels, sup.
A unall Ilneof .1. &T. Mutton's celebrated goodi, coinprl'lng Jams, Jellies,
chovh'.J, Sardine", etc., etc , Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, Salad
Dicssing, fate do Fois Gras, etc.
Galvanized HtiokcU, improved hntdmis;
Cino Knive?, Galvanized Fine e Wire;
Karbvd Fence Wire, Hoc,
Coirugalcd Itoollng, wide and narrow
Whiskies, Scotch and Irish;
II rami lew, in cuyc4;
Gin, in baskets and case-;
Anil a Vsiriqd Assortment of Gonernl Merchandise,
Consisting of Breakfast, Dinner and Tea Sets, Glasswure, Wlllow.waro Baskets,
Tin U.islns, Toilet Set, Flower Pots, nnd other articles too numerous to
partlciilaiiic. Also, u few sample lots of
Gentlemen's Felt and Straw Hats,
Of Iho latest style for tho present London Season.
1ST Sile will commence nt 10 o'clock, a.m., shnrp, and Terms will bo uivcn on
day ot Sale.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
O t Jiiul t
Wo arc pleased to announce tho arrival of our immense Inigc Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Blon,
Clothing andG-e nt's Furnishing Goods,
and aro now olleiing unprecedented ami unrivalled Bargains in all ourdcpartm'ts
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very lino Victoria Lawn at $3 apiece, 10 yardB; a very
hirgo TiBtorlincni of now Spring M)lc in Lawn, 4-4 Batisto, Sateens, plain
II g u red nnd brocaded, white l'lqiiu nod a full lino of Drees Goods, the latcstout.
JLiixac: iOonelo, 3Uad.iei' Tricot Cloth
in all tho new sondes; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread IIoeo at 40 cents,
tho best value ever offered.
Just received, all the latest styles in Boys and Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
JSoy.n Hliio Manel Sullnr MtltH nt S'.'.iju
which wo ofl'cr at
mm ni ! i .
Received ev An. tiaMn. a Largo and Llcganl Stock of Misses and Children's Spring
Heel Shoe of all kils. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys'
Men's Merino UniUrshlrls;
Gentian lihiukets; Scarlet ditto;
Coats' Sewing Cotton, nil slzi;
White Frilling; Llsse do; Cream do;
I.udkV Ilalbriggati Undershirts.
Dr. Wardrup's IJInok and White;
Centurion do Ciuitr, assorted colors;
White and DIackCavc; Nursing Corsets;
Maids anil Girls' Corsets.
Fancy Crepe, All.Wool, Silk and J$
Silk, noucst styles nnd latest patterns.
Lulic.V and Girls' Half Hose;
Ladies' A. Gents All-Sllk Underwear;
Countcrpines (fancy i-tyles & colors) ;
Waterproof Lap Kobcs.
Nails, Spikes, etc., etc.
Vicuna Wood Chairs,
Stooli and Settees.
Ale and Porter, etc., etc.
J. LYONS, "Auctioneer.
a Hint, .lust rcceieil, direct irom
& CO., Proprietors.
10 Fort Street,
Boots and Shoes.
AT WITHER CAPTAIN MOOKETT,
LN Master'of the British bark Star ot
Devon, nor the Agents, Hackfeld Ss Co.,
will bo responsible for debts contracted
by the crew of mid vessel. 03 8t
AS complaints have roachod mo of
Into from nonte of my customers
that they can puinhaso Ilnwalinn.made
Soap cheaper than I have been selling
It, I beg to state lhat I havo always
transacted my bii'liiess In n fair and
ulralghtforuard way, chnrglug the same
price to nil alike, und selling at a
moderate rate; nnd at tho same tlmo 1
would inform my customers and llic
public that from und alter this dale in
price will bo f.7 per 100 lb.
Honolulu Sohp Works. Lcleo, Hone
lulu, June 21st. 51
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
LivinjTsix Years AVitliout
Cioiny; to leri.
Mu. Kditou: While t-pending a few
elnvs at the plcn-.uil t-easldo town of
Aucrystwlth, Cardignmhlie, Nales, 1
heard related .lmt seemrd to mo either
a fabulous story or n marvellous cure.
The story win that a poor sutlerer who
had not been able to Ul down in bed for
six long yeais, glveu up to dio by nil the
Doctors, had been tpeudlly cured bj
some Patent Medicine. IV was related
with the more Implicit confidence from
the circumstance, as was said, that the
Vicar of LianryMyd v,ns fnml'iar with
the facts, and could vouch for the truth
of the report.
Having n little curinxity to know how
such stories grow In travelling, I tool:
the liberty whllo at the village of Llan
nttvd to call upon the Vicar, the Rev.
T. l'.vaiiri, and to enquire about this
wonderful cure. Tli'oujji a total stran
ger to him, both he nnd hit wife most
graclomly entertained me in a hall
iiour'scoiiversatlon. principally touching
the case of .Mr. Pugli, in which the
teemed to take a deep and sympathetic
interest, havlnc been familiar with hl
sullerliigs, and now rejoiced in wlm'.
seemed to them n ino-t lcumrkuhlc cure
Tho Vicar lcmarke-d that he presumed
his name had be -n connected with the
report fiom hie lu . 'Ing mentioned tin
case lei Mr. John Thomas, a chemist ot
Llanon. Ho said Mr. Pugh was format
ly a resldcnlot their palish, but muo
living In the parMi of Llauilileinnl.
Ho strongly .ouo!ied Mr. Win. l'llgh't
character a a iwpcctuLli farmer ami
worthy of credit. I left the venerablo
Vicar with a livelier fence of tt o luippy
relatlou of a p.ibtor and people, feelli.g
lhat ho was one who truly sympathised
witli all who are allllctid in mind, hod,
On my leturn to Aboryotwitli, I .-.
impressed with a doMic toec .Mr. I'uirJ-,
whoso reputation stood -o high. H'
fann Is called Piuicm-Mwr,ij;iiiiylu,:
"above tho dingle," situated near Hie
summit of n smooth round hill, oe .
looking a beautiful valley in which i
situated the lovely ivyiimtitled Outre h
of Lhiiidduinol. I found Mr. Pngli,
apparently about 40 years old, of midium
height, rather slight, with a plcarnnt at d
Intelligent face. I told him I had hcuid
of his great alllietion and of his rcinar' .
able and alino-t miraculous relief, tu d
that 1 had come to burn from hlsov u
lips, what there was ot truth in then-. ,
Mr. Pugh lemarkcd that his neigh,
how had taken u kindly and symp
athetic interest In JiU case for mm.y
yeuri, but of late their Intel ot had hc n
greatly awakened by a happy change in
his condition. What you report ns hav.
ing heard abroad, said he, is siibstaut.
iully true, with one except Ion. I never
understood lhat my cavo was ever given
up as hopolefs by any Physician. I
havo been treated by several Doctors
hereabouts, as good as any In Wale, but
unfortunately no precntilon of their
ever brought the desired u''cf.
Pitied! yeais ago, ho Siild, I flrbt be.
came conscious ol a sour nuel dorangi I
stomach and loss of arpctiie, which tl i
Doctors lold mo was Dyspepsia. Wh.u
food I could hold in my tuomarh seem
ed to. do mo no good and wns oftiu
thrown up with painful relihingy. Th.s
was followed altera tlmo vih a hoarsi
nefs and a raw soreness of tho thrin.i
which the Doctors called brouehiti-,
and I was treated for that, hut with
little success. Then came shot tress '
breath and a sen-e of sultc-ailiou, espi.
clnllv nights, with clammy sweat, and I
would havo to get out of hod and eoiih.
time's open a door or window- in w intei
weather to till my lungs with tho cold
About six yeais ago I become to bid
that I could not sleep in bed, but had to
take my unquiet rest and dreanii sleep
silting in an aimehair. My alllictlen
seemed to ho working downward int-i
my bowels as well as upwards into my
lungs and lliio.it. In the violent cougl .
Ing spas'ns which grew inoro frequen.,
my abdomen would expand and eollap-'-and
nt times L would seem that 1 should
sullbcate. All this time I was reduced
in stienglh so that 1 could perform no
hard labor and my spit Its wori conse
quently mucn iiepressi-ii.
Knily in this last sprlug I had n still
more severe spaimicdlc attack, and my
family and nolglibois hronmo nlarinco,
believing that certainly 1 would not bur
vivc, when u neighbor, who had eoii u
knowledge, or hud heard of the inceil
clue, sent to AberyMwith by tho dilvn
of thu Omnibus l'ont, somo buven inlh
df stunt, nnd fetched a bottle of Mollm
Sclgel's Curative Syrup.
This medicine tliry ..dmlnistured io
me nccoiding to t' e dlieellons, when to
their suipiUc and e elilit no less thim
my own, iho spasm cosed. I became -t
eiii.c, and my btoimieh was calmed, lit
bowels weio moved as by a gcmle
cathartic, and I fen a sense of quiet,
comfort al thiougii Mich as I had not
beforo le-alized In many years. I could
walk iiMHiml tho house and breathe
comfoitahly in n few bonis after I had
taken tho medicine. I have continual
to take tho mcdtc'iiu dally now lor
something over two moiulis, and I c n
Ho down and sleep sweetly til nights
and have not since had a rccurience of
those terrible spasms and sweatings. I
havo been so long liiokuu down and H--duced
in my whole s. stein that I hio
not tried to peiform any very hard o il.
door labor, deeming It boat Io bo pio.
dent lt'bt by ovor.exerllon 1 may do n y.
self Injury befoto my strength is fully
restored. I feel that my stomach and
bowels have Jieeu and nro being Ihoi
otighly renovated and renewed uy tin
medicine. In fact I feel liko u new
I have been much congrntulateel by
my nelehhors, especially by tho geod
Vicar of Llaurystjd, who with his s m.
pathetic wife hao come three miles :i
shed tears of joy on my recovery.
I hado Mr. l'ugh good-bye, happy Ui it
oven one at least among thousands h id
found n remedy for an aggravating ells,
Believing this remarkable case -of
Dybpcptic Asthma should bo known to
tho public, I beg to submit the above
facts as they aro related tu me.
SOU It wly F. T, W.
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