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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS '
Honolulu, Hawaiian lslnjiih
Draw Exchange, on the
Bnnlc ol'CnMI'ornln, H. I
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild iV. Bon, London
The Couinioielnl UnuU ( o , of faduey,
Tho Conmieiclnl liunk Co, of Sulney,
The Bank of Now Kcalnud: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, mid Wellington,
Tito Bunk of Ilritlsh Columliin, Vic
toria, R. 0., nnd Vortlnnd, Or.
Transact a General Hanking BuMniw.
FledgA to neither Soot nor 1'artj,
Bat eitabllilieA for the benefit of nil,
THE MONGOOSE, A NUISANCE.
Many years ago sonic gentleinun
took several couples of rabbits to u
certain disttiet in Southern Aus
tralia, nml'sot them loose, with the
idea of their breeding, becoming
numerous, and furnishing game for
spoilsmen. A law was enacted for
their protection foi a limited pcnod
of time, to give them a chance to
breed and spread. They did bleed,
and multiply, and become a des
tructive nuisance. Young wheat,
barley, vegetables, and everything
green were attacked and destroyed
by them. Protection was with
drawn, and a rewaid offered for
their extermination. But it is found
a much more dilllcult and pio
tracted undeitaking to get rid of
the pests, than to produce them.
It looks very much as if a similar
experience will happen on these
islands in rcgaid to the mongoose.
This little creature has been brought
here by planters for dostioying rats,
which do so much damage to cane.
"We believe where tried, they have
been found useful for the purpose
intended. Hut on the other hand
they arc reported to have already
become a nuisance in sonic locali
ties. Complaints come from Ililo
of their killing and eating chickens
and ducks by wholesale. One poor
man who kept a chicken ranch as a
means of livelihood has had all his
fowls dcstioyed by these little pests,
and others have lost nioio or less in
the same way. Whatever planters
may think of the mongoose, other
people who hae had any experience
of his depredations legard him as a
nuisance to be got out of the way.
He bids fair to become a greater
cuise than blessing to the country,
and his coming which via applauded
is now being execiated.
FOREIGN DIPLOMATS AT WASH
The foreign diplomats at "Wash
ington are, however, better paid
than our Ministers. The British
Minister, occupies one of the biggest
bouses at our National Capital, and
onejw hich has moi c t ooms, 1 eiitu i e,
than the White House. He has, I
think, an allowance for entertaining,
and ho receives a salary ot Sy0,0lJ0
a year. The German nation owns a
house hcte, and its Minister gets
810,000 a year. The Japanene Minis
ter receives 820,000 ycaily, and he is
one of the most valuable men in the
diplomatic circles. The wealthiest
Foreign Minister is the icpresenln
tive of China, who always goes
about in Chinese costume, and who
has the reputation of being a gieat
(statesman at home. This man's
name is Chang Yin Iluan, and his
father was, when lit; died, one of the
richest man in China. Mr. Iluan
has a half-score oi almoned-eyed
celestials to help him, and he pays
$11,000 a year for house rent. The
Tuiki&h Minister wears English
clothes and a xed fe cap when he
appenr& on state occasions. He is a
dark-haired, daik-skiiiiied man, with
Orionlal features. lie lives much of
the time at New York, nnd his sal
ary is $10,000 yearly, lla'ron tie
Struve, the Itussian Minister, is put
down as getting S!i'),000 yearly, lie
is a very able man, and Senator
Blaine spoke of his wife as being
the cleverest woman in Washington.
One of the biightest of the chief
of the foieign legations is Col. Emil
Frcy, who is veiy popular here. lie
was a soldier in the Union Army
during the late war mid returned to
his home in Switzerland after it wa
oyer, and now icpresentH that coun
try here, lie wanted to lesign not
long ago, but his government would
not accept his resignation.
M. Jcoustun, the French Minister,
gets 50,000 a year. Ho is now the
subject of a great scandal in regard
to some of his alleged doings while
he represented his government at
Each ol tho foreign Ministers at
Washington has a crowd of attaches,
secretaries and clerks around him.
These aie generally young men, and
quite a number of them
are fast. Tho laws piotect
them to a gi eater extent
than they do oidiuary Auioiiciin
citizens, and they cannot bo arrest
ed in many cases wheie the oidiuary
transgressor would have to go to
jail. Instances occur now and then
ill which some of thcau men come
bcfoio tho Polico Court for drunk
enness, as was tho case of a young
South Ameiican this last winter, and
there are other instances where they
should come, but, they do not.
The majority of the attaches nic,
however, bright, respectable fellows.
Most of them are of good families,
and many of them are uudcigoing
the'eiltication which Mill make them
Ministers later on. They do not, as
a uile. receive high sahuics, and
mnn of them boaul cheaply. They
make close contracts in getting their
living, and I know of one young
limon who has a sky parlor and
takes his breakfast of rolls and
coffee in his room and saves half of
his dinner bills by accepting all so
These attaches aic meat cards
jocially. They aic invited every
where at Washington, and, indeed,
paying attention to the young ladies
seems to he their chief business. The
United States is looked upon by the
European countiies as the land of
licit esses, and not a few of their
diplomatic attaches colne here boil
ing to many a foitunc. In some
cases they succeed, but as a rule
sensible mothers with lich daughters
keep them away fiom such in
tluenccs. The diplomats aic, as a
rule, very attractive to the other
sex. Many of them are fine look
ing. They aio all well educated,
and on the giounds of international
etiquette they arc permitted to do
and say many things which would not
be tolerated if they were Americans.
One or two of them have been mix
ed up in Scandals betoicthoy came
to America, and one Foieign Minis
ter, a man who gets, it is said, as
big a salaiy as the Picsident of the
United States, had, it is charged, a
mistress' at the diplomatic point
wheie he was stationed bcfoio he
came to 'Washington. This mistress,
so the story goes, sold his favors to
outside paities lor money, and the
claimant who wanted to gctanything
from his legation had to Hist pay the
madamc of ill-fame very handsome
ly. Another Foreign Minister of one
of the great Euiopean nations, who
has since been recalled, was mixed
up in a whispered scandal about the
daughter of one or our great states
men bofoie he left. f Washington
Con. Cleveland Leader.
THE COURAGEOUS DAUCHTER OF CEN.
Miss Mary Ikale, daughter of
Gen. Grant's old fiicnd, seyeial
years ago mat tied a distinguished
Itussian" and they icsidcd in Paiis.
T. C. Ciawfoul' relates in the Now
Yoik World that Gen. IJcale',
daughter had a slag hound of un
usual ie and puiity of bleed. One
day he disappeared. She lccoveied
him by advei Using, but the dog re
fused to ieoognie his mistiess.
Suddenly, without even a b.irk'of
warning, lie spiang and bit his mis
tiess light thioiigh her upper lip
and then on her check before her
husband could icach the stout collar
which still encircled the dog's neck.
The Russian succeeded in dragging
the dog into a bath-iooin and lock
ing him up, but not until his right
ni in was bitten and torn fiom
shoulder to wrist. Tho Russian ic-
turned with a strange look in his
eyes. lie glanced quickly atthel'ue- '
place, where -he saw the poker was
imbedded in tho coals, and wa foi
tunately neatly at a white heat, lie
,diuw it at once from its bed and
aid to his wife: "The dog is mad.
Tlii is our only one chance to es
cape a nnrriDio dealt). 1 nee wounas
must bo cauteiied at once." The
brave Ameiican wife never tlinched.
She submitted to have the flaming
iron bum most ciueliy the flesh of
her iace. The moment after cauter
i.ing her wounds the Itussian tinned
to his own aim and thoioiighly
burned every bieak make in his
iler-h by the dog. After this they
sent for the suigeon of the Itussian
Legation. He said after lie came
that he had nothing to do. The
young Kussinn diplomate had per
formed the woik as well as if he had
been a skillful surgeon. The dog
toie. cveiything to pieces in the room
where he was confined and died in
horrible agony. It was undoubtedly
A TORrTcHECK swindle.
A now and ingenious swindle has
been detected, as follows: A
check, say for S10, is obtained from
a depositor at a bank and a blank
cheek exactly like tho filled-in
check is seemed. The two checks
aio laid one upon the other, so that
the edges ate exactly even. Both
checks ate then torn iriegulnrly
act oss and in such a way that tho
signature on the filled check appears
on one piece and the amount and
the name of the payee on the othei.
The checks having been held to
gether while being totn, of course
one piece of the blank check will
exactly fit tho other piece of tho
filled check. The swindler then
tills in one piece of the blank check
with tho nnnie of tho payee and the
amount to suit himself, say &o,000,
j takes it with tho piece of genuino
check- containing the signature of
i tho bank, and explains that tin;
check was accidentally torn. Thu
teller can put the pieces together,
and us they lit exactly the chances
are that ho will think that thu pieces
ate parts of lhe same check and be
come a victim ot tlio swindle. Hie
1 ttick, of course, suggests its own
lemedy. Tho teller should leftiso
I to pay any check that is mutilated.
Mayan 111 list who ketches cdis
bles bu said to bo "drawing rations j"'
St. Paul Jlcrnld-Journal.
A Large and influential family.
A ccttain distinguished United
States Senator on one occasion was
in Calcutta on a tour niound tho
woild, nnd among the places visited
was tho English cemetery. There
weio ninny noted Englishmen bmicd
thcio, and such unities as George
Gordon, Unit., Homy Trevelyn,
Bart., were so numerous as to ut
tiact the Senatot 's attention. Finally
he said: "My, my; this Bart family
must be a large and inlluential one.
1 remember to have 'seen the namo
in London, but I had no idea they
were such prominent people.
Kcally, when I go back to England
1 must look them up nnd get better
acquainted." Washington Clitic.
AN Order on Mosif. Sclmefcr it Co.
for 5000, dinwii by 0. Melnecko
hi favor of C Heluchfrgoi. All persons
nre h rebv warned against negotiating
the siime. C. HLlNKRHliGER.
An Knulish ru nou.
fiom tlio Plains, Answers
to the nnme of "Sliii. A
vk suitable icwnitl will bu
paid on irliunlng tlii'smiu; to
Regular Cash Sale.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 3rd,
At 10 a xi, nt my S-ak'sriioin, I will olTcr
nl Public Auction a complete lluu of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Ciockciy, Oils-ware, I.nmp Chimneys,
Giocoiic, Cmncd Corned Beef, with n
General Assortment of Merchandise,
100 pkgs New C.ileh Codfish,
2."i bills. No. 1 Flour,
25 bs Ft cab App is,
2."5 hags Fresh Onion-t,
2.- lngs Maul Com?
Hcdionm Set, Mattrnsse,
Wire Meat Safe,
2 Fine Gtittui,
I New Side-Bar Top Buggy.
.7. LYONS, Auctioneer.
I .mi instructed hj Mi.E. It. Hendry
to s(. at Public Auction, nt IiIr ltei
denee, Km ill Mieet,
On Wednesday, Sept. Stli,
nl 10 a m, the whole of his Household
Furniture and F.llect, comprising
IiW Intension Dining Table it Clmir,
HVSide Ho'iid nnd Chilloiikr,
2 Lounges, Cml-iin Fob, Ficiuic,
Suptiloi Lot nt Hid nnd T.ihlc Linen,
1 Splendid l'rimcvcin Ikdronm t-rt,
1 Splendid Oak Bedroom Set,
1 onico I)ek, Lelti r Pi ess & Stand,
Lnigu & Small Hugs, Mosquito Kuts,
Who unci Cuikd Hair MuUuisses,
Feathei Pillow-, Chumlclicii & Lamps,
Ctiekeij, I'lntid and Ulnssvv.ur,
kilcbun'btovp -ind Utensil,
Refilgeiatoi, Stent Safe.
Gulden '1 ools anil Ilnsc,
A No, .1 choice lot of Fowl :'Iuikcyc,
1 lino Cniriagc Horse,
PllllUtOII it lllllllOs-,,
npHi: Cottage now occupied bv MH.
J i: II. HLXDKY. coiitainiiig (i
Kooms, JJ.itliioom, F.uitiy. Vcianilah
Icoom, etc. Thcio me nIo Stables.
Can Inge Houe, Scnaiit'u Koom, niul
Chicken House, all in good older. Ap
il 011 thopieiuises or to
A. J. OAimVIHGHT,
20 tf Kaahtimanu Htieet.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOH HOYS AT
'I lie Course of Insirnctiou embrnces
nil llic brunches ot 11 Rood Christian
mid Cotnincicial FduratiMi. A Special
Oliif-s has been foinxd thin jLiir forad
vnnctd scholurs. Lntin. GrLck, French
mill Ucrmau nro oplionul.
For Day Scholais fiOc, 7fic, $1, 81.C0
Tho Bom ding Dcpiiiliurnt coiiRittsof
tw dlutinct classes of pupils.
Hoiml mid Tuition, let Clano, per
rBo.iui mid Tuition, 'Jnd Class, por
Instrumental Muic, per month.. 4
Vocal .Miiklu ii Drawing free ( f charge.
Laundry ExpuiiRcs, por month. ... 3
Medical attendance foiins extra
cluirgu. uUo. leptiiru of nl kiudx.
IJoulv.s ami .Stationery nt cm rent rules.
Payments must, bo umdo quaite'ly
(cvoiy 'iy, nionthi-) mid In advance.
Every Boarder must bo provided with
bed clothes mulliUfescH, iwo night
gowns, btverul units of clothing for Hun.
ilnys nnd wroU 'dayu, fcix shiils, fix
pock a hmidlu-ichlufti, tlueo pdie of
blockings collars and tle.s, thicu palrn
of shoc nil markul. Aho, toilet arti
i.les, biicli tiH luiii lui'ibh, tooth, nail and
hliou binshes tomb, boan and blacking.
For iiibniitdnu as liomders Certitlcnies
of good moral character mid of health
Uiiitoims wii oi! nuijgntpry lor
ISo.uderb may tpcrid thu flrtl S'lturday
ot cveiy uionili with their iiurcuts or
A (pinrluily icpoit of tho heultii, con
duct and linproveintnt of every boarder
will bu bent to hit) parents 01 guurdluns.
Tho rio.sloii coiuinetices this )car on
MONDAY, bepttmbtr 18, 1B80.
EST For f urlhei p irliculnrs upply to
20 Father Sylvester, S.S., CO.
By order of the Trusted of the Uothcl
Church, I will sell nt Public Auction, nt
my Saleroom, In Honolulu, on
SATURDAY, Sept. 25, '8(5,
, nt I a oYltioli, 110011,
that very valuable mid do-liable pro
perty owned by the Helhtl Clnirch
Association, and known us the
Bethel Church Lot
situnte nt the corner ot Kim; and Babel
Tho dimensions of tho whole lot is n
follow, vi.! On King street" 0U.5 foil
(S ST 40' E) on Bethel street, 124.0
lect (S 03 SSiV W) iidjolnlni; Sn0rs'
Home, ri7 5 feet (N 17 00 W) on tho
Kwa side, buck 1 nrt, ll2.7ri feet (N C!
20" E) 10 tho initial point. Tlio pio.
pertj is laid out In four iiingnlfkcnt
building bit, iw follows, viz:
1 Lot racing on Kingr St.,
1 Lot corner King & Bethel
S2 Lots lacing Bethel SI.
Iletliul street. Is to be widened to 50
feet, innUhic this a very vnlunhle build,
inp site for business houses.
A pbin of thid ptopcity cm bo jesn
EST Tonus nrc fj Cash, die bthuico
to bo pilil in c.puvl Installments, In 1, 2
and it years secure il by lirst inoilnijc
upon the premises sold, and linpiove
meuts lieiuiilter placed thereon Inte.iet
nt the rnlu of S per cent per minimi, p ly
able scinbiiniiiinlly, fieu of tn.cs Priii.
eipnl and Intel est pav able in U. S. Gold
Deeds nl the expense of purduis-ci.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
9 Per.Cent. InvestniBUt Net.
rpHE l'AUKAA MJGAlc CO. 1ms
X issi.co FIUST MOhTGAfii:
BOXDS, in nil lor $:!(tC0o, n- ined by
nil the piopciiy of the Company 111 1I1V
(list 1 ic t of llilo, Hawaii.
Tlu-su Hoods me In Unco Serb", A H
anil C, each sciies for ,12,000, pa) able
in I, 2 and II )ears.
Each Bond is for S500,
interest nt !J pel cent, pel an.
Coupons pny.ible semi
Pree of Government Tax to tho Holder.
Priics desiring to invest iiioiil) in
slims of 500 nnd upvv.udH, em lio'fiii
nislic 1 h limited number oi tliese Bonds
by applying to
gUlw C. BRIiWBKACO.
Jfew Photograph Kooms.
OYEH Nichol's Moie, Foil Mnet,
nc.M the Shooting Gullciy, Fic
liucs, Port rails mid viewb. Fiiil c a-s
woik. batisfnclion guaiantetd.
.1. A. GdXSAbVFS.
Will open on MO?. DAY in 1. ftO ly
rpilE iindei signed having been ap
JL pointed Assignees of the IM.ile of
J. 11. G.ip.tr of llilo, Hawaii. .1 b.ink
nipt, all persons indebted to sub Estate
aio lieieby notilied lo ji.iy the s.une ini
niediatelv to tlio uudeisigiied.
E. IIUTC1IIXSOX, Assignees.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 18S0. 20 4t
THE uiidei signed having been ap
pointed mi nssignee of the Estate
of L. Kaltofcn, of Wiiimen, Kauai, a
batikiupt, all pel sous indebted to f:ud
estate me lieieby notilied to ji.iy the
same iininedi.itelv to the mulct signed.
W. C. PAItKE, Assignee.
Honolulu. Sept. 1, ItfcU. 20 2t
Xf H. H. IlACKFi:LIJ has this day re
ojl tiiKi iroiii out nrm anil iviu
GLADF has uill.dianii
f 1 0111
aj geucnil paitiai
H. IIAOKFEIJ) & CO.
Honolulu, !) I i-t August. 18S(i.
AfH- E MULLEIt has Ihi.day been
J.TX ntlmiittd us a gciieinip'irtncr of
0111 fli in, and Mil. J. C. iiLADH will be
uhucial paituei of our mm fiom and
after ibis dnto.
MR. II. LOSE Is authorized to sign
0111 Hi in name bv piocuiatinu.
II IIACKFKLD &CO
Honolulu, Ibt Snptcnibei, 1830. (L'O Ct
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Fall Term Opens September 13, 1886.
The Faculty of the past year will bo
iiicreiisul bv the addition of Sir. C. W.
Sevcrcnco, A. 1J., who comes to us from
the Manchester bihool, SlnnchcMer, Vt.
Mr. Seven nee has mndo a special study
of the French Language in Euiniie, nnd
will take that luaiich In tlio College
work together with Elocution nnd kind,
led subjtcts The Hoarding Dcpaitineul
will bu under the mine iiimiugmmul us
lari year, mid olllis a pleasant school
home to all who may deiie to live nt
Those planning to join the school for
thu coining year mu requested lo com.
muiilcalc at 1111 earlv d.itn wlih the Pros
dent, HEV.'W. CMmilUTr.
Punahou Preparatory School,
7il llcrctnnm street, Honolulu, II. I.,
MISS E. V. HALL, Principal.
Tim Trustees huvu nddtd a year to the
former course, mnkiug it lo correspond
with tho best Grammar t-chuol cciiiiju-.
of lhe 1 ltlcs in thu Uuifd States They
aro happy to announce that they hay
secured a corps of u.vpciicuced Instruc
tors to ussiht the 1'iincipal, consisting 1 f
llm following ladles:
Miss Agnes Jloour of Oakland, Oal,,
takei the Fifth and Sixth Grades.
Sliss Ella R. Snow of VTnre, Muts,
takes thu Third mid Foiuth Grades.
Mips Mary Btuott of Oakland, Cul.,
takes tho Primary Grades.
Thu Bcliool opens nt U o clock MOX
1)AY, September 111, 16SU.
tT For nddltloiuil luformntion ad.
drew (W lw) KEY. W. O. SIEURITT.
Must be Sold
Within the R3ext SO Days
Having determined to give up hiHiKB-. I have concluded to null off my ENT1HE
STOCK OF GOODS nt n GREAT1 SACHIFIOi:. Xovv is your clmncs
1 1 secure Uargnins in
Trimmed and TJnlrimmcd Hats and Boiinots, Feathoi'B,
Plumes, Iflowers, Velvets, Hibhons, Plush, Ornaments
and other Millinery Goods,
A1o, choico selection of (Wets, Ladies', JUstcs' and Chlltlreii's Hosiery, Under
wem of nil kinds, mid many other goods too mimcious to name.
I min f kit I say, c in! See for Yourselves !
t3T MRS. E. T. isKlDMORE, SInnnger of the Mlllincrv Dconrlmctit, will bo
leaving ioi Sun Fimiohoo In a hlunt time, tliereioie Indies wishing her to do any
millinery woik, would do well to cull early.
RjIRS. J. LYONS, Proprietor.
Just recclvrd, e L-ipwing,
Prepared bv .loliiim Mm in Fauna.
Gegemiuer ta JuilcIis-PIatz
Hollister & Co.,
P 0. BOX 315.
It'll Estate Agent.
Wiblei's Stcimsliip Agent,
Jienl liuillliulon ICiilioad
in Anu'rif h.
79 k El Kiiii Sircel
X2iii"auJO from Kiiigj nnd jVIeirelmiit Sis.
Every deseiiption of vml. in the nbove linis jierformcd in n first-claBS manner.
Also, Horse Shoeins: a Specialty.
1ST Ill Teli phone, 1G7. -ju
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
. Oliandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE, and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
093 SHEET IRON
Ci JL MILLERp
General Business & Purchasing A'jcnt.
42 lorcliait St., Honolulu.
My most fiiiihtui mtLii ion will bo
given for the
Purchase ot Moroliandisc
in Honolulu lor tin; rcsldtiitH of
7'l mivimhI Ubiid ( 'Id r''i
The White House,
Ifo. 13 B Js'iulllVl Htroot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Prlvnlp Fiiinlly Hotel; Terms Rcnson.
nlilu; First-clnkS Accommodations.
MRB, J. YIERRA, FroprletrcH').
Hardware Go., L'd,
HONOLULU, II. I.
Anew Invoiio of Lnnterns, Kerosene n( of the very
Rest Quulilv, Siiivei, Ranges and Tlnwnre.
I'lKE-PUOOr yillKGLK PAINT,
Recommended by File Undi 1 writers of Han Francisco,
etc , etc. An iictunl Pi election against Fire
harden Hand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Close Consignment.
Full lines of Hardware, Agricultural implements, etc.
GoodN Ly Every H4iimci. "7
u bu go consignment of
109 Fort Street. -
XIoiiolnlii, IX. I.
Custom House Broker,
Slunager Hawnlinn Opcin House,
File nnd Lifelu'urnnce Agent,
ISf" Hell Telephone, 107. -8
TIH, UPPER AND
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock, of Goods
J, T. Waterhouse's
7 Quern & Frt Street BtorcB, flf
WIXJOIQXVS . . CO.,
Leuve Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p. touclilmj ut Lalmiim, ifau
loeu Bay, Makona, Maliukona, Ka
wnlhae, Luunahoelioe and HUo.
Retuniliif, will touoh at all tha
alovo porta, arriving at Honolulu
eaou Satu rdav af tomoon,
DURING mv nli-cnce fiom the King,
dom MR". C. IIUSTAOF. holds my
power of nttoinev l" net tot me, nnd
SlR. W. 11. HUDbY nuiliorl7ul lo io
coivo moneys nnd sign rcceliits lor me.
Soap Works, Loloo, Honolulu, Aug,
28, lbSO. 17 tf
Clias. Iirewor & Co.'s Bos
Lint' of rackets.
Shlppeis will pleii-o tnko no
tlcc Unit a ilMt.olnts vessel
will be In llm berth loading
for this port In November, to
Bill I December 1st. Oidita should leave
here by steamer ot Ootobut 1st to have
Another Hi st clnss vessel will suit for
this port on or about the Ut dny of
Jliirch. 1887, of vvhlcli fuithir notice
will bo given.
For particulars, apply to
C. RRBWKU ift CO., AkciiIs. ,
Honoliilil, Aui; 24,1880 Rl
1AOME" U10YCL1J In perfect older.
Apply to (14 lw) .1. L. Mi LEAN.
Wo should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early StageB.
The disease coiiiurulis with u slight
derangement of the tomnch, but, if
neglected, It in Hum involve the whole
tratnc, emnrnemg ine kiuiuvs, nver,
pnncicns, and in fact the entile glutid.
ular syttcm; nnil thu nilllclcd drugs out
a in ise ruble cxis-lenio until denth gives
relief from sullellng. Tho dlsiiiie is
often mistaken lor othei coinplnluts;
but if tho render will ns-k himself the
following questions ho will be able to
dctcitninu whether lie liimstlf is one of
thu nfllictcd: Huvu I distress, pnin, or
dllllculty in brenthing nf tei uuinjr? Is
there n dull, heavy tooling, intended by
drovvsinessV Have thu tjos a jollovv
tinge? Does a thick, Micky mucous
gather about the gums nnd teeth in the
mornings, accomuanlcd by a disagree
able tastuV Is tho tongiioeonudr Is
thero pniu in thu cidos nnd back? Is
there a fullness about the light side as
If the ilver vvete cnluigingr Is there
vertigo or dizlncn when lising Mid.
dculi from an horizontal posdlluur Are
the Bccretions Irom the kidnijs highly
colouied, with a deposit after stauding?
Does food feimcnt soon after eating,
accompanied by llatulcncc or belching
of g.is from the stomach? I there fie
quenl palpitation of the heaitr These
various bymptoins may not be piesent nt
one time, but they torment the sutlortr
in turn as the dieadful dibciuu pro.
grosses. If the ease bo one ot long
standing, there will bo a diy, hacking
cough, attended afttr a time by expec
toration. In veiy advanced stages the
skin assumes a dirty brownish appeal,
unce, and the hands and feel.uccoveicd
by a cold bticky peipiiation. As the
liver and kidneys become moie and
more diseased, lheumaiic pains appear,
and the usual lieatmcnt piovcs cntnely
unavaillng against the latter agonisiug.
disoider. Tho origin of this malady is.
indigestion or dypipi.i, and a small
quantity of the piopcr medicine will,
remove the disease It taken tu tts incip
lency. It is most impoitimt that tho
disease bhould be promptly and piopeily
treated in its lirst s-tages, when a littlo
medicine will etlcct a cuic, nnd even,
when it has obtained nstionghold the
correct remedy should be pciaevcied in
until cveiy vestige of tke disease is
eradicated, until the appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs rcstoicd to
a healthy condition. The suicst and
jnost effectual remedy loi this distress
ing complaint is "Selgel's Cuiativc
Svrup," a vegetable picpaiation sold by
all chemists and mdicine vendors
theougliout the world, and by the pro
prietor, A. J. White, Limited, Louuon,
K. C. This Svivp sti ikes nt the very
ioundatiou of the disease, and diives it,,
loot and branch, out ot tho system. Ask
your chemist for Scigcl'b Curative
"East-sticct Mills, Cambridge-heath,
"London, E. 0., July 24th. 1882
"Sir, It gives nic great pleasure to bo
able to add my testimony in favom of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
I hud buffered for borne length of time
from a severe foim of indigestion, and
the long train of distressing sjmptoms
following that disease. I had tried all
possible means to get iclief, by seeking
the best niediciil adv ice. I had swallow
cd BUtlicient of their bluff to tlont a man.
ol-war,- so to speak, hut all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midst of my sulleiings, brought
with him a bottle of join Scigcl Sviup;
he ndvised mu to try it, stating lie felt
confident it would Lcneiltuie. Reine;
weary of tiysng eo many, dings, 1 con
demned it belorc tiial, thinking it could
not possibly do mo any (jood, but ulti.
mutely determined to take the Syiup.
After doing so foi a shoit time it work,
cd s'ich n change in mo that I continued
taking it for nearly two months, und I
then felt tlroroughly cured, lor I have
discontinued its ibu lor live weeks, and
feci in tho best ot health, and can par
take any kind oi food with ca.so and
comfort." I inn theictoio thankful to
you that, through tho instiumentality of
your valuable medicine, 1 am lestoicd to
tlio state ol health 1 now enjoy. Yours,
tiuly, W. S. Foiistlh.
"To Mr. A. .1. White "
Those who are in thu "Asthinw
Furnace" should Uk-o no time to obtain,
ing relief .by tho use ot "The Rosing,
weed Tar Mixtuie;" but do not use tho
mciliclno unless jou will lollow all the
dirci tlons "to the letter."
Poor Asthma biiilerers, who are
Btiangcrs to "tiitd Nntuie's sweet
rcstoier, balmy sleep," bhould make uso
of "Tho Rosiuwced Ti.r MiMure." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its me
"Wateiloo House, London Slllc, Chis
wlck, "February 17th, 1882.
"Messrs. Wnito and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, H Is with i;i cat pleas,
tire that I add my testimony to the
vvoudeifiil effects of Selgel'.s . ) i up. For
years I und been suffei lug fioin billon
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mist would come bcfoio my oyes,
so that 1 should not bu able to iceoguiso
any ono or anj thing at thu dNtiuuu of n
yaid or two fiom my face. This would
he followed hy excchSlvo ticmbling of
inv kucen, so that I could not standi
without suppoif, after which a severe
headache, would occur, lasting often two
or tlueo' dugH. 1 have tiled vniloiis
l emedies for these (list I csslug s mptoms,
but until I tued fceigol'o ylllp 1 had no
relief. Plnco then I have had excellent
health In cveiy icepeet, and if over I
feel a headache coming on I take ono
dose of the Syrup, which arrests it.
Hoping that this testimonial may he tho
meuiis of inducing othei s t,v ho suffer as
1 used) to tiy theSyiup, as I fuel sure
they will rcVeiu speedy benellt and
ultimately ho cured, 1 beg to leuiain,
"A. II. Hum o.v."
Helgel's Operating Fills pi event 111
effects fiom excoss In ontlng or drlnk
lnjr, A good dose nt betl-tlmo lenders
a person lit for buslndss in the morning.
It you havo Asthma use 'The Rosluwecil