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THURSDAY, JULY 22, 188G.
' July 22
S S Australia from San Francisco
Stmr Lehua from Wlndwaid Ports
Stmr Jus Mnkco for Klhiucn, Hanalcl,
Kapau and Ilanatnaiilu at C p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr V G Hnll for the Volcano and
, VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Star of Devon, Lmell
Bktne Horning Star, Turner
Fr sccr llaninionla, Ainard
Gcr schr Mary 0 Uohiii,
Qcr bk Furst IHsmarck Vandcr Vlng
Bgtnc W G Irwin, McColloch
Sehr W S Uowno. Paul
Norwegian baik Auiora, Sultcrlaud
Gor lik F 0 Siebcn, Bruliti
Bk Blriuali, O II Jonas
Am bktuu Eureka, Lee
Bk Holdcn, Joycuson
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-81.
Am bk Edward Slay, Johnson, from
Boston, due Augtist.20-31.
Brit ship Amana, from Liverpool, due
Haw brig Alllo Kowe, J Philips, from
Hongkong, due June 10-:!0.
Am brig Sallna, Blake, from San
Francisco, due at Kahulul, June 20-20.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Boss, from
Port Townsend, WT, due July 20-31.
Am schr Ida Schuancr, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahulul, July 20-30.
Nic bk Bimljlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B O, due Juno 25-30.
From San Francisco, per S S Austra
lia, July 22: Cabin Mrs A E Dickey,
L A Dickey. Cha3 W Booth. SEphralm,
H N McChesucy, "Vltnr Wo Foy, Uro
M. Newell, Kcv J A Lohn, AV A Mc
Neill, (apt W Matson. Stekkage
S Canflelil, Miss Myutt. A Jenks, H
Bergerson, J McNiff, W Heep and wife,
E Marchan, O S Foster, Geo Baker, Mrs
E Story and 3 sons, J Osterrich, Mrs E
B Dyer, M Bobello and wife, R Bmser.
J Brown, 2 Hawaiiaus before the mast,
10 Portuguese and several Chinese.
GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lehua 2,945 sugar, 25 cattle and
The Lehua will lay up to receive her
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music at the rink to-morrow night.
Williams' dancing school this
Hurdle race at the Yosemite rink
on Friday night.
The expected dramatic company
did not come by. the Australia this
-morning. ' -
. . . o
Sally Black is up for sale and will
bo knocked down on Thilrsday the
29th instant. &
A special meeting Qf Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, F. & A M.. will be
held this evening.
A meeting of theV. C. T. U. will
he held at the Y. M. C. A. Hall to
morrow afternoon, at-2:30.
The center of H. E. Mclntyre &
Brother's store is. ''prettily decorated
with lino plumspears and grapes.
Mn. L. J. Levey ""will hold a special
sale of onions, potatoes, and apples,
at his salesroom, to-morrow at noon.
Surveys are being made and work
men are making ready to lay the new
lino of pipes along Nuuanu Avenue.
The regular monthly dividend of
the People's Ice and Refrigerator Co.
will bo payable at the company's
Messrs. Schacfcr it Co. are now
landing from tho Birmah material for
restoring tho town within iiie limits,
viz., bricks and cement, besides a
variety. of liquid importations.
Mr. Nolto received a large and
handsome portrait of his wife and
daughter, by tho steamer this morn
ing. Miss Nolto has grown consider
ably, and possesses a womanly look.
. . -
Anyone omitting to read Mr.
Lyon's notice of auction sale for to
morrow, at 10 o'clock a. m., may miss
an opportunity to purchaso at a
moderate price an article or articles
that he or she may bo badly in need
Mn. W. L. Wilcox, Interpreter of
tho Legislature, is suffering from a
severe cold to-day, which renders him
hoarse. It is a wonder that all tho
talking he has to do for tho assem
bled wisdom has not worn his thorax
out' long ago.
News was telegraphed to San
Francisco beforo tho leaving of tho
steamer of tho death of Dr. Hille
brand, a gentleman well known
throughout these islands. Tho Doctor
died in Heidelberg, Germany, on tho
There was a narrow escapo from a
serious collision between a grocer's
wagon and a hack at tho corner of
Queen and Richards streets, at noon
to-day. Tho wagon caino down the
latter street and turned the corner
at a dangerous speed.
The public are invited to the lite
rary exercises of tho Royal Scltool
boys, at tho Y. M. C. A. Hall this
evening, at 7 :30 o'clock. Tho annual
oral examinations of tho school will
bo held in tho schoolroom to-morrow,
to which tho public are ulbo invited.
A gentleman doing business iu
Honolulu and advertising in the
" w'u'J'Etin received- a lettr from
lulu gentleman to send him a collec
tion of Hawaiian stamps, and stating
that ho had been induced to write by
seeing an advertisement in the Daily
While caulkers were working near
the stern post of the barkentino
Morning Star this afternoon giving
her a few finishing touches of the
hammer, preparatory to sailing, some
defective planks wcro discovered. It
was nothing serious, only a little
dry rot above the water line. Tho
sailing of the vessel has been post
poned for a day or two.
A new boiler for China Engine
No. 5 has been ordered from the
Eastern States. It would cost be
tween ten and twelve hundred dollars
to have tho boiler made here, but
bonding abroad for it soveral huudicd
dollars will bo saved. It was during
the late conilagration that the boiler
was ruined. Tho, engineer had about
60 pounds of steam on but little or
no water in the boiler.
Messrs. Lewis & Co., grocers, will
keep open their store a little later
than usual this evening, for tho ac
commodation of their customers, who
are making a heavy run on fruit,
fish and vegetables by the Australia
to-day. Everything has come in
good condition, and is of excellent
quality! In tho line of fruit may bo
specially mentioned plums, peaches,
pears, nectarines, and grapes. At 3
o'clock the show windows looked
magnificent, but tho beauty is being
A grand excursion to the Volcano
is on foot. Influential parties arc
about to have pamphlets printed,
describing tho late actions of the
Volcano, and forwarded to Mr. It.
W. Laine, at San Francisco, for cir
culation. The Oceanic S. S. Co. are
willing to reduce their rates to $100
for the round trip for the members of
tho G. A. II., and it is believed that
if tho scheme is properly managed,
several hundred members of the G.
A. R. will gladly embrace the opportunity-of
seeing the Crater of Kilauca
in all its grandeur.
To-day Mr. F. Horn adds an ice
cream parlor to his confectionery
establishment, on Hotel street. A
prettily decorated and comfortably
furnished room has been set apart
for that purpose. In response to an
invitation, members of tho press in
spected the premises and tested the
cream and cake last evening, and
were unanimous in their verdict of
approval. Not only can persons pro
cure a dish of delicious ice cream, to
consume on the premises, any hour
of the day and evening; but orders
for any quantity will be supplied at
short notice to people at their homes.
Picture Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. Kiij Jlrosl. Art Store.
i m i
The most popular resort in the
city are tho Elite Ice Cream Parlors
Delicious Ice Creams, Ices, Cakes
and Candies always on hand. 73
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
West, Dow & Co. have received ox
Australia, Oak Bedroom sets, Walnut
and Ash Extension Chairs, Folding
Carpet Chairs, Nurse Rockers, Cor
nice poles, Mirror Plates, Baby Car
riages, Croquet Sets, Music Folios,
Mubic Books, Sheet Music, etc., etc.
By the steamer Zcalandia the Lead
ing Millinery House of Clias. J.
Fishel has received a fine line of
Gent's Neckwear, Unlaundrcd Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers tho
genuine article, Swiss Edgings, all
over Laces. Full line of Ladies,
Misses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
spect his stock. 74
-ii i i i i ...
Patronize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possiblo whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealors is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
San Francipco, Cal., July 8, 1880.
Hon. S. G. Wilder, Honolulu, II. I.
Dear Sir: Herowith please find
company's O.K. A.V. 15,701 First
National Bank, New York, to order
of John II. Faty, for amount of
$0,557,01, matured value of polioy
Pleaso acknowledge receipt.
, A. B. FoRiir.s, G. A.
Received the above O.K. 15,701 for
$0,557.01 in full for matured vuluo
policy 124,011 Mutual Life Insurance
Co,, of New York.
Bishop &, Co.,
for J. II. Pnty.
Honolulu, July 22, 1880. 85
Tho oloctrio light, tho assembly
of military companies, and tho toa
party last night drew a tremendous
crowd. From Richard street to tho
entranco of tho Government build
ing was a doiibo throng of spectators,
numbering in all fully 5,000. Tho
electric lights, of which there wero
5, at various points Hooded the
neighborhood with soft but brilliant
light. Society people in evening
costume's promenaded Palace Squu.ro
and listened to the music of the
Hawaiian Buml. The native mii
firy, companies, commanded by His
MVnty tue iving, who was assisted
by Major Baker Adjutant Boker
and Col. Iauk?a, on horseback, rc
viowed tho troops and marched
them iulo tho yard of the Govern
inont Building, where anus with
stacked and ranks broken for tho tea
patty. A number of tents wero
erected in tho yard, where coflce, tea
and ice-cream was served to tho
soldiers. At 10 o'clock the specta
tors began to disperse, and at 11
o'clock tho soldiers returned to their
quarters. Mr. Bcrgor is to bo con
gratulated upon the success of tho
POHUKAINA GIRLS' SCHOOL.
The public exercises, at tho close
of this sehtwl. prior to the vacation,
took plnco yesterday. An immense
crowd of spectators was present.
Not only were tho two huge school
rooms densely packed, but every
square foot of space on the veran
dahs was occupied. The spectators,
many of whom were parents' of the
pupils, gave close attention to the
exercises. With very few excep
tions, tho spectators were native Ila
waiians. It was evident throughout
the progress of the examination that
the native element is possessed of a
laudable ambition to keep pace with
the foreigner iu the pursuit of liter
ary wealth. The parents and friends
of the Pohukaina girls are fortunate
in the teaching ability of the accom
Dlished ladies in charge of the
school. Mr. and Mrs. Lcchlcr were
present among others, and seemed
to be deeply interested in what they
saw here of the success of educa
tional work among the Hawaiians.
The singing and marches had good
organ accompaniments from an in
strument in Miss Comuy's room,
played by a young lady friend, to
gether with choice violin music fur
nished by bandmaster Berger. The
school is organized in tin cc grades,
and is carried on in two separate
buildings. The first (primary)
grade is in charge of Mrs. M. A.
Wood in one building. The school
in this building, as was stated in the
Bulletin about a year ago, is almost
exactly twice too large for any one
teacher. It is utteily impossible
that school work, either in quantity
or quality, can be done satisfactorily
in this grade until another loom and
an additional teacher are provided.
The teacher is probably the only
line of work in which it is impossible
for one person to perform the work
of two. Two newspaper aiUt-fes may
be compressed into one, and in the
fc.'SSufftffe Ailvirtitcr, for example,
such a feat would be to the mani
fest advantage of the few people
studying political economy under
the editorial guidance of that paper.
But it is a fact, as well established
as the law of gravitation, that, iu
the school room, the call to over
take the woik of two, renders it im
possible for any teacher to perforin
more than half the work of one.
Mrs. Wood's exhibit of work among
the little folks in her chaige, is very
creditable to her skill and persever
ance in the face of extreme diffi
Here is a splendid opportunity for
the Hawaiian legislators to confer a
gift of inestimable value upon the
native population of this city. An
appropriation of say S2,0l)0 for the
biennial period will probably settle
the matter. Tho improvement need
not entail a cent of additional taxa
tion. It will only be necessan to
divert a couple of thousands from
the Board of Gencalogj' fund or
from some of those wild cat expedi
tions to foreign countries for which
the Assembly is asked to lay out a
matter of $.30,000. The second and
third grades aie in charge of Miss
V. V. Luce whoso department is
connected, as a class room, with
that of the Piincipul, Miss S. F.
Corney whose special division com
prises the fourth, fifth and sixth
The programme of the day was
very elaborate and comprised an ex
haustive examination of the whole
six grades. Classes were examined
in every biauch of school work from
A B C to Astronomy. The quality
of the exercises was such as to fully
sustain the high reputation of the
school. Tho gills showed that readi
ness and deliberation in their ans
wers which, to connoisseurs is ac
cepted as a fair test of caieful aud
thoioiigh training. It is often
charged that the performances at
exhibitions of this kind arc too good
to bo bona Jlde hut on this occa
sion, if any suspicions of the kind
existed, the immense three-page
printed programme was, without
any further evidence, sufficient to
dissipate any such notion. The
calistlicnio exercises, bich are a
special feature of this school, were,
if not perfect, as near to it as need
be. These exercises affoided no
little amusement to tho spectators.
Somo very lino specimens of draw
ing by tho pupils, wero exhibited.
The penmanship is of a very high
order of excellence. The practical
results of the calisthenics are patent
to observation iu tho lino physiques
and healthful appearance ot all the
pupils. All concerned in the suc
cess of the Poliukainu Girls' School
nro to bo specially congratulated on
the exhibit of yesterday, and no
doubt many went away with vain
though pardonable l egrets that tho
educational piivileges of the parents
hud been so meagre iu comparison
with lhos.0 enjoyed by the juvenile
portion of tho present generation.
(Dates to the loth inst. ex . ,S.
Tho election returns up to tho
14th report total votes polled Uni
onists 1,309,023, Glnilstoiiiiina
1,320,04S. At midnight tho totals
are: Conservatives and Uniouibts,
380; Gludstouians, 252. Conserva
tives and Unionists estimate lliu
final result as follows: Conserva
tives, 323; Liberal-Unionists, 73;
Gladstouiaus, 188; I'aruellites, 80.
The result of the elections is re
storing commercial confidence iu
Dublin. Markets at o buoyant. Umk
of Ireland and Irish Hallway shares
An Orange lodge in CoalisUm, a
small village in County Tyrone,
Ireland, was attacked by a number
of men belonging to the National
League. The attacking party were
armed with lilies, mid kept up :i lire
for two hours on the lodge, the
police being powerless to interfere.
Armed moonlighters attacked aud
took rossession of two houses in
Freeniount and Kantuik, Coik
Count3', where they entered and
severely beat the inmates.
Serious rioting broke out at Bel
fast between the Catholics and Pio
testants. Many stones uere thrown
and revolvers were freely used. The
military was called out to restore
order, and many persons were in
jured and sent to hospitals.
An extradition treaty between
England and the United States has
been signed. In addition to the
customary clauses, the treaty pro
vides for tho surrender of dynamite
Milwaukee (Wis.), eleven dwelling-houses,
one boarding house, two
large barns, two waichouses, the
sawmill and planing mill, two car
loads of Hour, 8,000,000 feet of
lumber and 5,000,000 shingles weie
burned. The loss will bo 6130,000 ;
iusutuncc,S50,000. Sixty men are
thrown out of employment and
twenty-seven families are left des
titute. The origin of the lire is un
known, but it i s supposed to have
caught from a freight-train engine.
The woods south of Romeo ate all
on lire, and the men and women are
out fighting it as best they can.
Van Hoscar's mill and buildings are
totally destioyed. His losses , .-
gregatc about S 100,000.
The suffering from the long
drought in Western Texas is unpre
cedented, rain to any extent not
having fallen in some localities for
fourteen months. The cattle are
starving. In many localities the set
ters are selling their farms for mere
trifles, and leaving for the East in
Paul II. Ilayne, the poet is dead.
Captain Ackerly, of the British
steamship Kenilworth, which arrived
at Baltimore from port Antonio, Ja
maica, reports that oil June 27th
the island was swept by a tornado,
which created havoc with the pi opcrty
of the natives and caused a loss es
timated at 500,000. .The low lands
were inundated and gieat fields of
banana trees were destroyed. Many
vessels were torn from their moor
ings, but as far as could be learned
no lives were lost.
At Oakland (Md.) a terrible
calamity occurred at a private resi
dence where Cardinal Gibbons of
Baltimore and the Papal Nuncio
were holding a reception. The
house was filled with people, while
about two hundred others ciowdod
upon the large porch outside await
ing an opportunity to enter. Sud
denly tho porch gave way and the
crowd fell in a mass among the
broken timbers and debris. A scene
of great dismay at once ensued.
Women fainted, while the air was
filled with the cries of those who
were on the porch and exclamations
of horror from others outside. It
was first feared that many had been
killed, but foi innately no lives
were lost. About a dozen, however,
were more or less sciinusly bruUcd
mid cut, but none fatally.
At Astoria, Oregon, on the 10th,
n lire broke out near the Columbia
Canning Company's establishment,
at the upper end of the town, which
but for strong efforts of the Hie
companies would have been a disas
trous conilagration. Five buildings
were destroyed ; Matlson's saloon,
John Oslrom's boarding-house, two
buildings owned by A. II. Ander
son, and C. J. John's boarding
house. The total loss was S10.000 ;
A despatch from Yokohama an
nounces the sailing on the 10th of
the second of the tea-laden ships
whose cargo is to bo transferred to
the Canadian Pacific Railroad for
conveyance across tho Ametican
M. DoLesscps bus issued spirited
circulars to shareholders in tho Pa
nama Canal Company. In tho docu
ment he declares: "Despite all ob
stacles, we shall march on. Appa
ratus anil machinery all ready. Wo
only require $120,000,000 to com
plete the canal in 1H8U. Wo shall
issuo debentures foilhwith to enable
Franco to complete her peaceful
conquest of tho Isthmus of Pa
nama." The Directors of tho Panama
Canal Company havo approved Do
Lesseps' circular. Tho Company
will issue a ficsh loan to thu amount
of 000,000,000 fiauca, with huge
premiums and frequent drawing.
Tho Government has withdrawn tho
Panama Canal Lottery Loan bill
from the Chamber of Deputies.
Offiiial organs, at Berlin, deny
the report that the Govt riiinent in
tends to convoke tho Reichstag in
September in older to icnew the
spirit tax ptoposnls. They say the
Reichstag will not meet until De
cember. The Government has decided to
restore the. Strasburg Municipal
Council, with an administrative
autonomy, which was suspended in
1872, and tho German Commission
at Stiasburg has been abolished.
Emperor William's sojourn at
Ems is notable inasmuch that he
improves in health and aspect. He
is nblo to lake lunger walks than
foimeily, and has an clastic step and
An inventory is being taken of
the jewels left by thu late King
Louis of Hnvaria. In his chntteau
at Berg there were found coffers
Illicit with diamonds, liibies and
pearls, wulihes and chains amount
ing to a fortune.'
A despatch doin Rome of the
10th, gives the ehnleia lcluriis for
tho day: Brindlsi, 135 new cases
and 40 deaths; Latriann, 32 new
cases and 15 deaths; Fonlbonn, 59
new cases mid 21 deaths; Sanvita,
12 new cases aud 3 deaths; Venice,
1 new case and 2 deaths: Codegra,
8 now cases and 1 death.
A 0(U). RELIABLE, MAN, past
mtdcli age, wants a poiitiou as
night walclun in. Apply lo
.1. AL. lUiDMUSOOV,
71) 41 Merchants!., Honolulu.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Hcciivid ex Kealtuulln,
. T. Waterhouse's
70 n n A- l' u.Stic I Slore. if
Biinil Out but Not Dead !
Is now adjoining tho rroi of
Crystal Soda forte
Ginger Ala, Cream Soda,
L'liion Hodn, Lemonade, taitaparilla,
lfmit suupsanil Ktsunc.cs mid
mado frmn the pure Apple, all of which
wo gu.muuu 1" be thu beat.
USf W aUo 'in vile nrtics intending
t-taiili'j; clous Inr the (-ulc ul iceil
drinks and wlMihig fnunl'iin pupplies,
to call on ub before going elsewhere.
Tbi Crystal Soia WorKs,
P. O. liov :,J7, Honolulu.
jSJ5J.f, Al ICui'Ioluii I'aik.foru term
fi.5ii of hix ""th3, the Cottage
tt&uA Srta mid prcinifCK now occupied
by th uiuluibi'iiea, and containing
Pirlnr, Dlnlni; ami 2 llcilrnoins. Also,
Pithroom, Pantry ami Kitchen. Tho
I'oitagn i' nicely furnished in every
pniliculiir for hmiwikcicpliiLr, A Jersey
(JO'V on the pri'inlfc fiunlhhcH quail.
lilies (if milk, cieain ami butter; also, a
nice coll ciion ot good laying hens. To
a desirable party good tcrim will he
olVctcd. Apply lo
1(i II. J. AONEUt
IVo. 118 INuuuiiu tetroot,
Private Family Hotel,
Terms BciiTinahUt. First-Class
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
Hnw'nO.urineMniif'cCo., il 00 100
i:.0. Hill As Mm, " 75 100
Inii r.lrlamt .S. N. Co., (Vj 100 100
Kill Telephone, (A 'M 111
Huw'n AjtiicuituralOo., (glco loo
WlldoiV LlttMitithlp Co., 100 100
C Utewtr & Po., li.O 100
Wfimllnwii Daily, im J0H
vViilluUu Biigur Co., lift 100
Waliiinuiilo, 155 100
Hlir Mill. Ql.'.T 500
UucipriKlty Sugar Co., 0 100
L. A, TJIUIUiTQN, Stock UioUei.
Us Jiuoluuit Street. 101 ly
The White House,
rpilE umlcrMimcd, luwlng tlili dav
X leased tu U"Eni'OE I'.WAXAOlt,
of Honolulu, die Huiiu'ulu cM.-nm Laim.
dry, police liuohy pivin Hint the Mild
George Cnviliagh nioiiu Is le'i'unMh'o
fur nil delitsi c nlrai.ied lv 'ho entd
George Uavanah for thotahl I.uindry
from and after this date.
W. O. TAKKK,
Assignee of .1 1 McLaughlin.
Honolulu, Juno 17, 1880. 50
TOTlCE is hereby given, thut I hAvo
JLN thi day i evoked in) power of At
torney to Apiil, dated S7lli day of Do.
eember, 18S0, rrcordid liber 07, pa go
'Ji:i, in Hughter Olliee, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, lHf0. 81 1m
TO BUTCHERS, GEAZIERS
Tho highest Casii valuo for any quan.
tity of Tallow.
Honolulu Sor.v WorltH, Lclco
Urll Telephone V0. P. . llox 4
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
S. Lachman & Co.'s California "WinEs,
John Exchaw's No. 1 lliuudy,
J. Pelllsou's i and 10 year-old l!randy,3
J. J. Mclcher's " Elephant" Gin,
ii. w. sunn & co.'s
"TMstle Dew" WMsKey,
Coatcs & Co.'a ' I'lymouiJi " Gin, etc.
A l'CI.I. Lixr. ok the
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, "W hies,
Sl'lKITS, MQUHimS, ETC.,
constantly on hand and for bale at tho
Orders filled promptly and all Goods
P. 0. Box 362. Eotb. Tel., No. 46.
A Woman's Sulfcriiigs and
A Volco from A.iih1i-u.
Near the village of Zillingdorf, In
Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas, an in
tdligenl ami Industrious woman, whoso
story of physical hiillcring and final ro
lief, as related by huiself, is of Interest
to English women. "I was employed,"
she sayB, " in the work of a huge farm
house Ovur-woik brought on sick
headache, followed by n deathly faint,
lug and sickness of the stomach, until I
wa unable to retain cither food or
drink. 1 was c nipcllul to take to my
lied for several WLdks. Getting it little
better from real and quiet, I bought t
do uomo ivorl;, but wiib toon taken with
a pain in my hide, which in n little
while hceiiud to spread over my whole
body, and throbbed in my every limb.
This wan followed by a eouli and
chorines of breath, mull dually I could
uoi new, and I look lo my bed for the
Bcuoncl, and, as I thojght, for thu last
lime. My friends lolil e that my time
had nearly come, and that I could not
live longer than when thu trees pill on
their green nco more. Then I happen,
ed to gut one of the Bcigul pamphlets.
1 read it, and my dear mother bought
mo a bottle of buigul's Byrup, which I
took exactly accenting to directions,
mid I had nut taken the whole of it be.
fore I felt a great change for tho better
My laot illni'hs began Juno ,1682, aud
continued lo Auetist Utli, when 1 began
lo tako the Syrup. Very soon 1 could
do a little 1 ghl work. The couph left
me, aud 1 was no more troubled in
b cathing. Now 1 am p'irfec ly cured.
And oh, how happy I am 1 I cannot ex.
piejs grailtudu enough for Suigul'a
Syrup. Xuw I must t-11 ) on Unit thu
iloeto s in our district disliibutut hand,
hills cautioning people iigalm.1 the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many wcrethcichy lntlu
eneed to destroy the Seigel pa m phi els;
but now, whciuvcr onu is to be found, It
is Kept lllcu n relic. Thu few preserved
are borrow til to read, and lhau lent
mine for six miles auninil our district.
People have come eighteen miles lo get
mu to buy th iiicdluiau for Ilium, know,
ing that it on nil mo, and to be sure to
get thu rlfht Mud. I ,kuow a woman
whu M.b IdOl.tng like de.'.th, aui who
told them there vua no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctor,
bnt none could help her. I told her of
Selgcl's Syrup, and wri.vc me lnme
ilnti for Iter that I.e. ji.lylrl irntlco n.n
mistake, bhe tok my ws? and tl
Syrup, and now sJip , r. perlici ir-hIii
mid the people mound u ate aini..etl.
Tho midlelne has lu.ulu stich prosre
In our neighborhood thai people mv
they don't want the doctor any more,
hut they take the Syr,.p. Sefl'rrcrs fiom
gout who weto ruiiilncd to fielr bed and
eotihl hardly nuwe a linger, havi' been
cuted by u. There 1 it .,lrl in our di
trict Uio caught t cold by Ming
through so.ne -ftiilcr, nnd x la beii five
years with ooetlveuM m.cl rhfummio
palno, and had m have nn nl'otidunt to
watch by her. 'iVte v ai nut a docf r
In the surrounding iJi-mcs to whom
bet mother had not appl id to r';Heo
her child, but uv.r nun c .'b-ed tber.i.
selves aud cald they could , (4 hi lp bur.
Whenever the little bell r..ne which Is
rung In our plare when mji,hI"Mv Ii
dead, wo thought Mitch It ,i, for "in .,
but Selgcl's Syrup i.iul l'ii. nved imr
life, and now she is ns huil'.b) nr, m-y.
body, goes to chinch, and c in work
even In tho llelds. "Eciybo.'lJ was us.
tmilsl'cd when they nw heir out, know
Ing how many years she had been in
bed. To dav i-he adds her gratitude to
mine for Cod's mcrclo nnd Soig. l's
Syrup. 31aiiia IIa.Vr"
Thu people of England tpcak confirm,
ing thu above.
.A-fter Slimy "STuui'-t.
"Whlttlclc. Woods, near Choilcy,
" Decern birO, 3S-3U.
" Dear Sir, Mothrr SuigelV mctllritio
sells exceeding well with us, alt that ny
it speak highly Iu its luvnr. A o had a
easy of a young lidy that had Iwen ttou.
bled many yeais with piilusufiurcatiuir.
Shu tells us th.it thu pniiis were cntirolv
taken away after n few dnes of jour
medicliip. Yours tiu'y, E.'l'ni:r.." -
A-l'tor teUsVontl "Vou rrf.
"Stoke Fdry, January ,9th. ISS1.
"Gentlemen, 1 have used Slfgel'rt
Symp for several years, and havo foui.d
it a most eillcachms remedy for Id, or
complaints and general debility, uiirt I
ahwi)s keep somu by me, and cai.ii it
speak too highly lti'its pruite I r.
main, yours u uly, ILinleU Ring."
A-rtor Hlxtisen "XTeuri-..
"9o, Netvgatu Street, Workiop, iSotti ,
"December lifiih, lfSJ.
"Gentlemen, It is with the ji eats-it
of pleasure I aucord my testimony in to
the ellleacy of Mother Slgel's syr .p.
My wife, who hi-eull'er.d in iu net 'u
Dyspepsia loi over sixteen year-, is ', y
perfectly belle- through the solo h ip
of your Syrup. I have e:it pout! la n
medicines from doctor' iu fiict, I i J
gau to think Miu wna inn.r-.thli, ni.,11
your marvellous medicine wa trie-d.
I remain, yours, Uuttikriilly,
1"lie 3311'octH Jmvo li;oiv
"(Ilford Ko.ul DL-pcuMiiy, Diikinne J,
Mcy I), 183-1.
"Dear Sir, I am happy to irfoun
you tin' t the Mile of your Syrup iitid'Ppls
Increases here continually, oeverm of
my customers speak ot baviag di)iltl
more benefit fiom the ue of the-o tu in
from any other medicine. In kQaiv n
stances flic eifeots have been wonder; d.
Yourr, very it-c,e.eettuliv,
It wly Pito. Edwin K-t,srv.,on, J. IV
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