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TUESDAY, JULY G, .1880.
, , ARRIVALS.
S S Alnincda from the Colonics
Sclir Hawaiian! from Koolnu
Belir ICttlniuniiu from Hawaii
Schr Lcnhl from Ilanalcl
Stmr Iwnliinl from ICnunl
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Stmr Wnlmanalo from Waiinnnalo
Sclir Knulkenoull from Kohala
Sclir Nettle Merrill from Lalialna
Sclir Iluleaka a from Pcpcekco
Sclir Wniclm from Kuan
Sclir ICo An Uou from Hawaii
Sclir .Mile Morris from Ewa
Sclir Kob ltdy from Koolau
S S Alameda for San Francisco
Stmr Klnau for Windward Torts
Stmr Llkcllko for Knhuliil
Stmr Lehun for Windward Porta
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Sclir ICiilamanii for Kohala
Sclir ICawallanl for Koulau
Sclir Ehuknl for Walalua
Schr Wiilelm for Pala
Sclir Haleakala for Popcekco
Sclir Kaulkuiiouli for Kohala
VESSELS LEAVING ON TO-MORROW.
Sclir ICo An Hon forWninmio andKoloa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk 0 0 Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Rlgl, Zoptl
Bk Star of Devon, Mockcts
Bkliic Morning Star, Turner
Kr sccr llauimoiila, Arnard
Brit Bk Lapwing, Do Gruchy
Haw sehr Jennie Walker, Anderson
Am bk Hope, Priihnllow
Qcr schr Mary 0 Uob.ni, Moberg
German bark Furst Bismarck, from
Bremen; duo June 1-20.
Brit bk Birmab, Jcuns,. from Glas
gow, diu June 23-'J0.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due Julv 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Jobnson, from
Boston, duo August 20-31.
H I GM S Bismarck, from Auckland,
N Z, via Samoa, due April 20-30
II I G M S Gnclsenau, from Auck
land, N Z, via Samoa, due April 20-30.
HIGMS Olga, from Auckland, X 55,
s via Samua, due April 20-30.
Brit ship Annum, from Liverpool, due
Haw brig Allle Rowe, J Philips, from
Hongkong, due June 10-30.
S S City of'Rlo de Janeiro, from San
Fanclsco, en route to Yokohama and
Hongkong, due July 8.
Am bark Aurora, from Newcastle, N
S W, due July 1-10
Am bk F O Slebcn, from Newcastle,
NSW, due July 20-31.
Am bk Holdcn, from Newcastle, N S
W, due July 15-20.
Am brig Salina, Blake, from San
Francisco, due at Kahului, June 20-26.
Bol bark Don Nicolas Boss, from
Port Townsend, W T, due July 20-31.
R M S S Mararoa (Brit), James Edie,
from San FranciscOj en route to the
Colonies, July 10.
Am schr Ida Schnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, duo at Kahului, July 20-30.
Am bark Forest Queen, J C M Wind
ing, from San Francisco, due July 4-10.
Nio bk Klmijio, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B O, due June 25-30.
Am schr Dora Bluhni, Bluhm, from
Port Townsend, due at Kahului, July
Am schr John G North, Moore, from
Port Townsend, due at-Mahukoiia, July
From the Colonies for Honolulu, per
SS Alameda, July 3 Mrs Gray, child
, and maid, Mr and Mrs Haye, A Harri
son and wife, Hon Mr Lawler, Air
Cootes and 110 in transit.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, July
4 A S Wilcox, D Noonan and wife,
Ralph Hargraves, Bliss Dora Hahn,
Miss Mary Green, C E Foster, 5 Chinese
and CO deck.
For San Francisco, per S S Alamcrta,
July 4 -A G Ellis, Mrs G D Freeh,
Miss Hawes, Mrs A G Hawes, Capt Jas
Mockett, Jas Dodd and wife, Miss G
Lemon, L Nathan, J E Miles, G W
Gardner, J Olesou, W Mackintosh and
From IIilo? Hawaii, for San Fran
cisco, per brig Hazard, June 30 Miss
Kate Wilhelm and Mrs O S Kittredge
and 2 daughters.
From San Francisco, per bark Forest
Queen, July 0-Jolin Burke, II V Fos
ter, Capt E M Howe, H O Sykes, John
Slatteny and Albert lleyllk.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr Iwalani C157 bags of sugar, 20
head of 'cattle,. 133 hides, 02 bags
pla and 22 bags rice.
Tho Haw. brig Hazzard sailed from
Ililo, Hawaii, for San Francisco, last
week with a o rgo of Migur from Waia
kca and Papatkou plantations.
The Am schooner Jas G North, Cant
Moore, arrived at Muhukona, Hawaii,
last week, 20 days from Port Townsend
with 480.000 feet of lumber.
Tho bark Stir of Devon will go on the
Marine Railway this uflcruoon for a
Kapiolani Bath Houso, tho only
report in tho city. All kinds of bath
ing apparatus. lw
Saukh-Kkaut and Fhankkuuteu
Sausaoi: at tho Coiumorcinl Billiard
Parlors oa Saturday ovoning. (51) 2t
. -. .
Pict.um: Frames' and Cornices
nuulo to order, old Frames repaired,
rogilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store,
Hit. KhlNT'H HlIAHT JtliMUUY is a
Specifio for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidnoys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with ovory bottle. Benson Smith &.
Co., Agents. 351
Patiio.nizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of. I. W. Jlingloy, Cigar
Manufactuier, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowesfpotsiblo whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled, Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
fcoll these eigars. Do not forgot the
name J, W. ilingloy, nor the plaeo
Crystal Soda' Works, Hotel street,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tt.va lints, black and grey, wore
nil the rnge yesterday,
Iinvi.v & Co. shipped over 8,000
bags of sugar by tho Alameda Sun
flay. SoJinnoiiY broke Mrs. Singer's
bakery window with a bomb-shell lust
The Bel Tclopliono Co. havo ibsu
ed their new qunrterly curd, with
M5 nnmes on it.
Humous of impending changes in
tho l'ostoffleo and the polico depart
ment aro Moating around.
Uai'TAIN Jns. Mockett, lately master
of tho bark Star of Devon, departed
by the S. S. Alameda Sunday.
O.vn of tlio men employed at
Lucas's mill had onu of his hands
badly cut by a buzz-saw this morn
ing. -- .
Tim mail by the S. S. Alameda
Saturday evening was promptly as
sorted and delivered, but somu of it
was wet and had to bo dried before
Captain E. jr. Howe, formerly
master of the barkentino Ella, arriv
ed this morning by the bark Forest
Queen, to attend to certain business
Tun last, and so far as variety is
concerned, probably the best of Mr.
Locke Richardson's entertainments,
will be offered this evening, at the Y.
M. C. A. Hall.
A house for II. J. Agnew, one for
J. F. Colburn, and 2 for T. II. Davies
arrived by the Forest Queen this
morning. .Mr. John Burke brought
347 hogs by tho same vessel. He
left the coast with 3G0, but 13 died
during tho passage.
The working of the dredge was
stopped this' morning and tho pris
oners employed on that machine and
at tho dumps were returned to tho
Prison, because, it is said, that the
money appropriated for dredging the
bay has been entirely expended.
The Alameda bungs intelligence
of the arrival of Mujor W. F. O'Connor
at Brisbane, Queensland. Tho Major
is well, and delighted with the colony.
He speaks in high terms of the Cap
tain nnd officers of the Mararoa, the
Eteamer by which ho left heio.
The Alameda arrived from the
colonies a little before 7 o'clock
Saturday evening. She brought 8
passengers for Honolulu, and had 110
in transit. She sailed for San Fran
cisco at nearly noon on Sunday, tak
ing from here 15 passengers, the
legular mails, and a cargo of sugar.
A passenger by tho S. S. Alameda
had a row at Lam Kow's Parisian
restaurant Saturday night. The dis
pute was about $G in gold. Lam
Kow cried "haul in." A crowd and
a policeman responded to the call.
Tho officer assuming a dignified air
said to tho Chinaman, did ho (the
passenger) strike you? No. To the
passenger, did ho (Lam Kow) strike
you? No. Then its a civil case, and
I have nothing to do with it.
The Tost Office Savings Bank is
open daily, Sundays and public holi
days excepted, between' tho hours of
9 a. m. te i p. jr., and until G i. m. on
-Saturdays, for the receipt and pay
ment of money. Deposits from 25
cents up to $1,000 will bo received.
Interest at the rate of 5 per cent, per
annum will be allowed on all depo
sits of $5 and upwards. Printed
rules and all information can be, ob
tained at the Goneral Post Office.
Mn. C. J. Lyons, of the Survey De
partment, kindly informs us" that
thero is to bo a conjunction of Jupiter
and the Moon this evening. Ho has
not had time to mako precise calcu
lations, but the approximate time for
the occultation is about 8 o'clock.
Students of astronomy should havo
their telescopes out before that hour
to observe the interesting phenome
non. According to astro-meteorological
theories this event may causo
some important development in tho
A i'AUtv consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
L. Way and two daughters, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Rowe, Mr. C. Carter, Mrs.
Reynolds and three children, Mrs.
Pomroy, Mrs. Weight, Mr. S. P.
Simons, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. La
Pierre, and several others, took a
tramp up Manoa Valley yesterday,
and had a jolly time. Tho road was
very slippery with mud, which in
creased tho fun. Mr. La Pierre was
tho doctor of tho party. Ho treated
baulky horses and boosted tho girls
up tliu banks.
The races at Kapiolani Park on
Saturday afternoon, under the aus
pices of the Hawaiian Jockoy Club,
comprised two events. Tho first was
a running race, ono mile dash, for a
purse of ijSCOO, between Angio A and
Hancock. Tho former was eutcied
by Hon, J. A. Cummins and tho
latter by Major W. II. Conwell. Angio
A won by about two and a half
lengths. Time, 1 ;17. Tho second
was a trotting and pacing race, three
heats o ono milo each, best two in
three, between Johnny Goldsmith,
entered by Hon. C. Brown, and W.
II, B entered by Major W. II. Corn
well. Won by Goldsmith.
Mkshhb. E. P. Adams fc Co.'s
auction sale this morning was well
attended by tho capitalists. Tho salo
of tho Ahupuaa of Lawai, situated
in the dist ict of Kona, Kauai, and
containing about 3,000 acres of land,
wan piuehtiK'd by Mr. Mark Robin
son, for the estate of Duncan Mc
Brydo for $ 15,500. Tho upsot piico
was $22,000. A pieco of property at
North Kohala, Hawaii, was sold to
Mr. W. C. Aehi for $125. A house
and lot at Pololu, North Kohala, Ha
waii, was sold to Mr. II. E. Avery for
$140, A painting of tho' "Lava
Plow" by Mr. Tuverntcr wab bought
by Mr. F. A. Schacfcr for $155, A
painting'by Mr. Strong of Wnikiki
beach nnd Dimond Head wns pur
chased by Mr. A. J, Cartwright for
One of the events of yesterday
was the reception accorded Dr.
Lceklcr at tho Chinese Church. Dr.
Leeklcr arrived by the Hydra, and
has just been released from quaran
tine. He has been fort' years en
gaged in missionary operations in
China, under the auspices of the
Basel Mission, and comes here to
visit the Chinese Mission in charge
of Mr. F. W. Damon. He wns
received by a Marge audience of Chi
nese, consisting of men, women and
children. The exercises wero con
ducted by the Chinese pastor, as
sisted by Mr. Damon. A reception
of a more elaborate character will
he given him this evening, at tho
In the Legislature this forenoon,
Hon. Dr. Wight, member for Ko
hala, resigned his position on the
Finance Committee, on the ground
of discourteous treatment by the
house in rejecting the minority re
port presented by him on Saturday.
Hon. L. Aholo moved that the lesig
nation be not accepted, and Hon.
C. Drown in amendment that it
should be. After discussion tho
amendment carried, lion. C. 11.
Bishop presented a report of the
Education Committee on matters of
importance referred to them. Tho
Ministers presented returns, in ac
cordance with Hon. L. A. Thurs
ton's resolution, showing the in
debtedness of each Department.
That of the Minister of Interior was
not complete, but a supplementary
return was promised by Saturday
next. So far as it went it showed
the Interior Department to owe
S104.818 including the months of
April, May and June this year.,
The Foreign Department owes 12,
353. G9, in debts dating back to
Dec. 21, 1882. The Finance De
partment owes 1,218,541.55. The
debt of the Attorney-General's De
partment, including 8577.45 in the
Marshal's ofllcc, was 1,483.50 on
the 31st of March last, and 8539.23
had been incurred since. The re
turns were accepted and ordered to
be printed. Hon. J. M. Kapena,
ex-Minister of Finance, occupied his
seat among the Nobles at the morn
ing session and voted with the Oppo
sition in accepting the resignation of
NEWS BY THE ALAMEDA.
New Zealand papers, by the Ala
meda, aro largely occupied with
accounts of volearfic outbursts in the
Lake District, about 150 miles from
the' city of Auckland, commencing a
little past midnight of Juno 9th. The
printed accounts and illustrations
impress one with the awful grandeur
of the eruption. About 100 lives
were lost, a Mr. Bainbridge, an Eng
lish tourist, being one of the number.
Tho loss of life was caused by
falling lava, stones, and mud, com
pletely crushing houses and killing
Sir Alexander Stuart, who passed
through here a few months ago, died
in London of tvphoid fever on Juno
Gladstone's seat will bo contested
at tho general elections by Colonel
The Popo has counselled the Irish
bishops to keep themselves out of
tho coining elections strifo.
Tn Sligo, Ireland, serious rioting
has ocuurcd between 'Catholics
and Protestants. Tho military was
A joint committco is to investigate
tho siezure of the American fishing
smacks by Canada.
Tlio Nova Scotian general elec
tions have been won by tho seecs
sionits that is, those who favor tlio
separation of Nova Scotia from
For the month of June', 188G
The total number ot deaths repo
for the month of June win U, li'i
buied as follow:
Under 1 year... .
Fiom 1 to 5
Fiom 5 to 10....
From 10 to 20...
From t;0 to 40...
Fiom 40 to 50...
Fiom 50 to (JO. . .
Fiom CO to 70...
Males, 22 Femnlo, 22
cause ok death:
Consumption, ... k,
Convulsion ..., . 2
DIs. of Brain.... 1
DH. o? Heart.... 1
Fever Typhoid.. 2
N inn her unattended Kl
COMPA11ATIVE MONTHLY MOKTAMTY:
June, 1BS2 IIS June, 1835 17
June, IBS: 1 14 June, 1SSU II
June, 1BSI ISO
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
HlOKNKsS IN Till: SCHOOLS,
School, Scholars. Hick.
Fort Street School !!0 0
I toy til School :;() 0
Poliukalna School 101 0
St. Albun's College 50 1
St. Louis' College no report.
Preparatory Seluiol In vacation,
J. 11. Ilnow.s,
Agent Board of Health,
1 . 1
Monday, July Gtli.
Tlio Assembly was opened at 10
A. m., with prayer by Kev. J. Waia
mau, Chaplain. Present: Noble J.
S. Walker, President, in the chair;
Ministers Creighton, Knnoa, and
Dare ; Nobles Kapena, Kaae, Dush
and Martin; Reps. Dakcr, Kcau,
Kauhl, Brown, Ainara, Kattlia, Pa
llia, Kaunnmano, Wight, Nahale,
Nahluu, Kekoa, Aholo, Kaukau,
Dickey, Kani, l'achaole, Kauai and
Palohau. The minutes of previous
session wero read in both languages
Dep. Nahinu presented a petition
from Kona, that whether cither hus
band or wife contracts leprosy, tha
remaining party to the marriage
shall bo allowed to marry again
without further proceedings. Re
ferred to tho Judiciary Committee.
Also, a petition for an appropriation
of SI 500 for repairing and renovat
.ing the English school at Hookena.
Deferred to the Education Com
mittee. Dep. Pachaolc, a petition from
Lanai, that a postmaster be appoint
ed for that Island, to he a Hawaiian,
who should go over to Lahaina and
get the mails ; that a Hawaiian be
road supervisor, so that there shall
be no partiality ; that the tax appeal
board hold one sittiug on Lanai, and
that llawaiians living on Govern
ment lands be allowed the privilege
of purchasing them. Deferred to
Committee on Public Lands.
Dep. Wight, a petition from Ko
hola, that 810,000 bo appropriated
for roads and bridges of the Dis
trict; that the place of holding the
Circuit Court be changed from Wai
mea to Kohala; that 85,000 be ap
propriated for repairs to Kohala
courthouse; that no debt can be
collected after 13 months by the
Government; that no motion of
810,000,000 or 850,000,000 bo
made ; that no law authorizing the
sale or importation of opium be
made ; that no subsidy be granted
to any line of steamers ; that the
distillation of okolchao be licensed
to natives only on payment of 825 ;
that no appropriation be made for
Hawaiian men-of-war ; that no ap
propriation be made for crowning
His Majesty Emperor of "the Pacific;
that tho appropriation for the mili
tary be reduced, and that 83,000 be
appropriated iov the female semi
nary at Kohala. On motion of Rep.
Aholo the petition was laid on the
Rep. Kaunauiano, a petition from
Ilamaktia, that the law providing
for the appointment of Road Super-visors-in-Chief
be repealed ; that a
Board of Doard Commissioners be
appointed in each District, and that
the road tax bo paid to the Road
Commissioners. Laid on the table
to be considered with bills on the
Rep. Kekoa, a petition from Puna,
that four extra constables be ap
pointed in that District, and that the
Government supply Deputy Sheriffs
with postage 6tamps for sale. Re
ferred to Committee on Public
Rep. Thurston, a petition from
Kaanapali, that no settlement be
made on Government ofllcers, who
have been paid good salaries. Laid
on the table for consideration with
bills. Also, one from the same
place, that a school policeman be
appointed ;-that the indemnity bill
be indefinitely postponed', and that
the Ministers be ordered to refund
that money. Referred to Finance
Rep. Aholo, a petition from Laha
ina, that people engaged in the
cultivation of sugar be compelled to
fence their plantations in. Referred
to Committee on Public Lauds.
July 2, 1880.
John Ilaycton, assault and bat
tery on his wife ; 88-80.
Knliula 85.00; Ilolokahiki, Ping
Chong and Antone, $G each; drunk
enness. civn. CASES.
July 2nd, 188C.
I. I. S. N. Co. vs. Kaaikalauaand
Puahi, deserting contract service;
ordered to return ; costs 83.
REFORMATION OFCRIMINALSIN SWITZ
ERLAND. Hero is a description of what they
do with the prisoners in tlio Canton
of Neuehatel. A good handicraft
is taught to every prisoner, and all
who are well behaved are, after a
period, placed with a master of tho
trade which they havo severally
learned, under the oversight of tho
police and of a member of a volun
tary committee. This committee is
composed of 1,400 nctivo members,
out of a total population of 102,000.
Tlio prisoner, when "piovisioimlly
liberated," has to present himself
every week to his patron who re
ceives the reports of his master and
the police. The patron sends an
abstiact of these leports to tho gov
ernor of tho piison, and in this way,
if his conduct remains good, tho
man's liberty is gradually restored,
and ho gains his position in society
with the additional advantages of
experience of discipline and knowl
edge of a trade. M. do LavelcyiS,
in describing this system, says that
a Swiss canton is in some things a
century in advuncoof tho'restoMhc
sr timtmt 1 mttn
rpHE GYMNASIUM P11EMI8E9 on
X Foit Hrect, lot 68 feet by 105 feet,
Building 10 feet by 81 feet. This Is a
very deslrahlu plnie for n private test,
detico or Lodging House, nnd will bo
sold at a reasonable llgurc. Inquiro of
Treasurer Honolulu Athletic Assoiia.
tlon. CO lm
By ordor of J. F. Hnckfchl, Adminis
trator of the Eiatc of Conrad Mcnkc,
deceased, wo have been directed to sell
at public miction, at our Salesroom, in
On MONDAY, July 12th,
at la o'clock, noon, of that day,
If not previously disposed ol,
400 Shares in the
UikJUVV 7 KJUU1UU VUlj
of llumuula. Hawaii,
The total Capital Stock of the llumuula
Sheep Station Co. amounts to 1,000
Shares at the
Par Value of $ I OO each.
The Company owns the valuable sheep
ranch situate on the tlopes of Maunc
kca and Maunnloa, known as the Humu.
ula Sheep Station; the total area of land,
held under a lease from the Crown Com
missloncis for an unexpired term of
about 23 years, is 100,000 acrci, more or
less, a largo paitof whlrh is beautiful
pasture land; there arc
About 20,000 Sheep
more or less, also a largo number of
lloiscs and wild Cattle on the lands.
The Sharcx will be sold with privilege
to take GO to 40(1 Shaies.
The above sale h made for the pur
pose of settling the estate of said C.
Mcnkc, deceastd, and will bo without
Bffi" The tonus of the sale are Cash.
For timber particulars, apply to J. F.
Hackfcld, at the ofllcc of Hackfcltl &
Co., Honolulu, or
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
57 cod Auctioneers
Ever issued in the Hawaiian
A Complete Record
with verbatim Kcports of Speeches
will be issued from the
At the close of the Session, and will
consist of the reports published
from day to day in the Bulletin-,
with corrections, where neces
sary. The Bullhtin' Reports aro
STRICTLY IMPARTIAL and are
THE ONLY PHONOGRAPHIC
which have been taken.
5T- Tho Edition will be limited,
and orders should be sent to the
Bulletin- Olllco wUliout delay. All
orders received in time will be filled
as soon as the book is published.
A Woman's Suli aud
A. VoUio from -.Vuntrlu.
Noir the village of Zilliiigdorf, In
Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas, an in.
tulligent and industrious woman, whoae
story of physical siilleiing and final ro
lief, as related by licit elf, is of interest
to Etiglhh women. "I was employe:!,"
she nays, " in the work of a largo farm
house. Over.woik brought on sick
lieiulncbe. followed by a deathly faint,
lug nun Hickiictti of the stomach, until I
wa unable to letaln either focd or
drink. I was c mpclled to take to my
bed lor several weeks. Getting a little
better fiom upland quiut, I sought t,
do some work, but was booh taken with
a pain In my side, which In a littlo
while teemed to spread over my whole
body, and throbbed in my every limb.
This was followed by a cough and
hliortncty of biealh. until finally I could
not sew, and 1 look to my bed for tho
fcccoml, and, as I thought, for the last
llnio. My fi lends told no that my time
had ncaily come, and that I could not
live longer tlmn when the trees put on
their green nco nioie. Then I happen,
ed to get onu of the Helgel patnphleU.
I read II, and my dear mother bought
mo a bottle of beigel's Syrup, which I
look exactly iiccoidlng to directions,
and I had not taken the whole of it be.
foro l Mt a great change for tho better.
My hint illiifoH began Juno ,1882, and
coin imieil to Auuuat Utli, when I began
to lake the Hyrup. Very soon 1 could
do a Imlo light work. The cough left
me, and 1 was no inoro troubled in
b eathlng. Now I am perfectly cured.
And oh, bow happy I ain I cannot ex-
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Ol una o:$ Xox-t Street.
Wo are pleased to announco tho arrival of our immense laige Invoicejof
Dry Goods, Fancy Goofis, Laces, Rlon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing G-oods,
and are now otl'ciing uupiocedentcd and unrivnllill)argalns In all (lurdepurtm'ti
Letting Down the Price..
Just received, 100 pieces of very flno Victoria Lawn nt $2 apiece, 10 yards; a very
largo assortment of new Spring fit) lea in Lawn?, 4-4 Batiste, Sateens, plain
figured and brocaded, white I'hpie and a full line of Dress Goods, the latest out.
Lace DSonole, 3Liad.is' Tricot Olotli
in nil tho new shades; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 40 cents,
the best value ever offered.
Just received, all the latest atylesjin Boys and Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
Boys Bluo Flancl Sailor Suits at $2.50 a Suit. Just received, direct from
Ladies', Men's, Misses' ail Cifa's Shoes,
which we ofl'cr at
press gratitude enough for Seigel's
Syrup. Now I must tell you that tho
doctois hi our district distributed hand
bills cautioning people against tho
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were thereby inilu.
enced to destroy tho Seigcl pamphlets;
but now. wherover one is to be found, it
is kept like a relic. The fow preserved
are borrowed to read, and have lent
mine for six miles around our dis'.ricU
People havo come eighteen miles o get
mo to buy the medicine for them, know
Ing that it cured mo, and to bo sure to
get tho right kind. I know a woman
who was looking like death, nnd who
told them there was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
hut none could help her. I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, nnd wrote tho name
down for her that she might make no
mistake. She took my ailvlco and the
Syrup, and now sho is iu perfect health,
and the peoplo around us are amazed.
The medicine has made such progress
In our neighborhood that people say
they don't want the doctor any more,
but they take the Syr,ip. Sufferers from
gout who wero confined to their bed and
could hardly move a finger, have been
cured by it. Thero Is a girl lu our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through some water, and was in bed five
yearH with costiveness nnd rheumatic
pains, and had to have an attendant to
watch by her. Thero wt s not a doctor
in tho surrounding districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relievo
her child, but every ono orossed them,
selves aud said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which is
rung in our place when somebody Is
dead, we thought surely it was for her,
but Seigel's Syrup and Pills saved her
life, and now she is as health as any
body,, goes to church, and can work
even in the fields. Everybody was as.
tonisbed when they saw her out, know
ing how many years she had been in
bed. To-day she adds her gratitude to
mine for God's mercies and Seigel's
oyrup. MMIIA UAAS."
Tho people of England bpeak contlrm.
ing tho above.
A.l'ter Minvy YearH.
"Whlttle-le-Woods, near Chorley,
"December 20, 1883.
" Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's tnedicino
sells exceeding well with us, all that try
it speak highly in its favor. Wo had a
case of a young lady that had been trou
bled many years with pains after eating.
Sho tells us that the pains were entirely
taken away after a few doses of your
medicine. Yours truly, E. Peel."
A.ftor Hovornt Yearn.
"Stoke Ferry, January 0th, 1684.
"Gentlemen, I have used Sicgel's
Syrup for several years, and have found
It a most elllcacious remedy for Liver
complaints and general debility, and I
alwayB keep some by me, and emmot
speak' too highly in its praise. I re
main, yours truly, Harriett King."
jVl'ter Hlrctoon Years.
"05, Newgate Street, Worksop, Notts,
December 20th, 1883.
"Gentlemen, It is with the gicatcst
of pleasure I accord my testimony as to
tho efficacy of Mother Seigel's Syrup.
My wife, who has suffered from asuto
Dyspepsia for over Bixtccn years, is now
pcifcctly better through tho sale help
of your Syiup. I havo sent pounds In
medicines fiom doctors In fuel, I be
gun to think she was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried.
I remain, yours, thankfully,
Tlio lEll'eolH linve lcen
" Ilford Itoad Dispensary, Dukinfleld,
May 3, 1B84.
" Dear Sir, I nm happy to inform
you the t the salo of your Syrup and Pills
Increases here continually. Several of
my customcis speak of having derived
more beucllt from thu use of these than
fiom any other medicine. Iu some in.
stances the effects havo been wonderful.
Yours very respectfully,
It wly I'r.o. Edwin Eastwood, J.B."
Wo should Blot Out DiseaBO
in Its Early Stages.
Tho disease commences with a Ellght
deruugemont of tho stomach, but, If
neglected, It In time involves tho whole
frame, embracing the kidneys, liver,
pancreas, and in fact the entire gland,
ulur syBtcm; and the afflicted drags out
a mUcrable exlstcnco until death gives
relief fmin suffering. The disease Is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if tho reader will ask himself the
following qui'bllons ho will be ublo to
determine whether ho himself is one. of
the iitllictcd: Have I distress, pain, or
dilllculty in breathing ufto-eutingr Is
thero a dull, heavy feeling, attended by
drowsiness? Have the eyes a yellow
tinge? Does a thick, sticky mucous
gather about tho gums and teeth in tho
mornings, accompanied by disagree
able taste V Is the tonguo coaled r It
thero pain iu tho sides mid back J Is
there a fullness about the right sltlu as
If tho liver were enlarging li there
bed - rock prices.
& CO., Proprietors.
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud
denly from an horizontal position? Are
the secretions from the kidneys highly
coloured, with n depolt after standing"?
Docs food fciment soon after eating,
accompanied by flatulence or belching
of gas from the stomach? Is there fre
quent palpitation of the heart? The.e
various symptoms may not be present at
oue time, but they lormcHt the sufferer
In turn ns the dreadful disease pro
gresses. If the case be one of long
standing, there will be a dry, hacking
cough, attended after a time by expec
toration. Iu very advanced stages the
skin nssumes a dirty brownish appear
ance, and the hnnds ;'ad feet are covered
by a cold sticky peisplratlon. As the
liver and kidneys become more and
more diseased, rheumatic pains appear,
aud the usUnl treatment proves entirely
unavailing against the latter agonising
di"ordei. The origin of this malady is
indigestion or dyspepsia, and u siiiab
quantity of the 'proper medicine will
remove the disease if taken in its incip
iency. It is most important that the
disease should be promptly and properly
treated in its llr.-t stages, when a little
medicine will effect a cure, and even
when it has obtained a stlong hold the
correct lemcdy thould be persevered In
until every vestige of the disease is
eradicated, until tho appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. The surest and
most effectual remedy for this distress
ing complaint is "Seigel's Curative
Syrup;'.' a vegetable preparation told by
all chemists and milicinc vendors
theoughout the world, and by the pi o
prictors, A. J. White, Limited, Lonuon,
E. C. This Syrvp strikes at the very
foundation of the disease, and drives it,
root nnd branch, out of tho system. Ask
your chemist for Seigers Curative
"East-street Mills, Canibridge-lie.ith,
"London, E. C. Julv 24th. 1882
"Sir, It gives me great pleasure to bo
able to udd my testimony in favour ot
your vnluable Syrup as a curntivo agent.
1 had suffered for boiiic length of time
from a severe form of indigestion, and
the long train of difitie.s,lu'g symptoms
following that disease. I had tried all
possible mesns to get relief, by seeking
tho best medical advice. I had swallow,
ed sutllcient of their stuff to lloat a man.
of-war, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the H'cne
in tho midst of my suffeilugs, brought
with him a bottle of your Sclgcl Syrup;
he advised me to try it, stating he felt
confident it would benefit me. Being
weary of trysng so many drugs, I con
detuned It befoiu tiial, thinking it could
not possibly jo me any good, but ulti
mately determined to lake the Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it work,
cd such a change In me that I continued
taking it for nearly two months, and I
then felt thoroughly cured, for I have
discontinued its use for live weeks, iind
feel In the best of health, and can par
tr.ko any kind of food with e.iso ami
comfort. I am thercfoie thankful to
you that, through tho instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restoied to
the btale of health I now enjov. Yours
truly, W, S. FonsTKii.
"To Mr. A. J. White."
Tho3C who aro In the "Asthma
Furmce" should loso no lime in ohluin.
ing relief by the use of "Tha Hoslnu
weed Tar Mixture;" but do not use tho
medicine uuli'38 you will follow nil the
directions "to tho letter."
Poor Asthma blifferers, who nro
stiaugeis to "tired Nature's sweet
icsloier, balmy sleep," should mske ute
of "The ltoslnweed Tnr Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use.
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Olds
wick, "Fcbrunry 17th, 1882.
"Mcssis. Wnlle niuf Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It Is with meat pleas,
tuo that I add my testlmonv to tho
woudeiful effects of Seigel's Sj'rup. For
years I nad been suffeilug from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mUt would come before my eves,
so that I should not bo able to recognise
any ono or anything at tho dUtaucu otu
yard or two fiom my face. Thifc.wolTld
bo followed by excessive trembling of
my knees, so that I eould not stand
without support; after which a suvero
headache would occur, lasting often two
or throe dags, I have tried various
remedies for these distressing symptoms,
but until I tiied Seigel's Syrup 1 had no
relief. Slucu then I have had excellent
health In every respect, and If over I
feel u headache coming ou I taku ono
doBO of the Syrup, which urreMs It.
Hoping that this testimonial may be thu
meuus of Inducing others (who mffer us
I used) to try tho Syrup, as I feel sure
they will receive speedy benetlt and
ultimately bo cured, I lbcg to remain,
"A. II. Hokto.n."
Seigel's Operatlug Pills pruveut 111
effects from exeoss lu eating or drhik"
lug. A good dose at bed-tlmo renders
a person lit for busluds.s lu the morujng.
It you have Asthma use 'The Itoehiweed
Tar Mixture." "" ' ' .