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IOP & Co., BANKERS I
Honolulu, lluwniinn Islands
Draw Exolmngo on tho
Bank ot'CalUbruia, .S. X".
Anil their agents In
NEW YORK. BOSTON, MONO KONO.
Messrs. N. M. HothschiM & Bon, London
Tho Commcrclnl Hnuk Co, of Sjdnuy,
Tho Commercial Hank Co, of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zcnlniid: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and "Wellington,
The Hank of British Coluniuln, Vic
toria, B. 0., nnd Portland, Or.
Transact n General Banking liuMiies.
Fledged to nettber Beet nor Tatt;.
Bat estibllshod for tho benefit of all.
THURSDAY. SHIT. !l, 1880.
Although we conscientiously be
liec in pensioning public servants,
civil as well ns military, within pio
per limitations and lcstiictionb, we
no more endotse the piomiscuous
and indiscrimii'Mlc method of con
ferring permanent, settlements torn
ing into practice here, than do any
of those members of the House who
opposed the pensioning bills ycstci
day. It is admitted that a stionr
argument against pensioning any
public suirnnls whatever, and under
any ordinal 3' ciicuins!inces, is
offetcd in the statement that a pub
lic servant, who has been well and
sufllciently paid for his sen ices,
during his teim of &civitude, cannot
be justly entitled to a continuance
of pay when his sei vices cease.
But, on the other hand, it is con
tended that a system of pensioning,
propeily hedged mound 1)3 neces
sary restrictions, adds so much to
the purity of the public s-ciice thpt
the slight addition. 1 bin den imposed
therein is 11101 e than compensated
for. Taking this lattei ic of tho
subject, and having seen Hie practical
woiLings and good reiulis of a
judicious S3,slein of pensioning else
where, we hae endoi&ed the princi
ple involved in Mr. Dole's bill of
giving pensions to public tervnnts
after lengthened and laithful sci
vice. But the h regular and indis
criminate voting of peimanent icttlc
mcnls being icso ted to b3' the
present legislature is in the (irst
degree ccnsniablc, and should be
stopped at once for the sake of com
mon sense and the common good.
COMPLIMENTARY TO i!DN. W. 0.
In the discussion of the bill bcfoic
the House, yesterda3' afternoon, to
confer a permanent settlement on
the Hon. W. C. Paikc, that gentle
man was refened to ly all the
sperkets in highly complimentai3'
teirns, even 03- those who, on princi
ple, opposed the granting of the
pension. No highei compliment
could be paid a letiied public sei
vant than that conve3'cd 1)3' the
Hon. C. IJ. Bishop, a gentleman
unaccustomed to saylinr what he
does not know and feel when he
said that "he had listened with
pleasure to all that had licvn said in
Mr. Pnike's fa0i. He believed it
to be true. He had known Mr.
Parke very well within n few days
of forty 3'eai's. Thioughout this
whole incumbency of oillee he had
never heatd his faithfulness or
honesty questioned. He was always
ready in times of "sickness, dnngci ,
or trouble." A eulogy of this
natuie cannot be otherwise than gia
tifying to a man who has sen oil his
country continuously for tliirty-iour
j'ears, especially coming fiom one
who, in his public capacity as a
.member of the House, feels it his
'duty to vote against the gianting of
a pension to the eteran. There aie
but few, if any, in this community
or on these islands who arc not
ready to endoise Mr. Wallop's
panegyric. During Mi. l'aike's
long term of seivice he was espe
cially the true a id trusted fiiend of
the native Hawaiian. Keaicely a
man lives to-day with to huge a
share in tho native ailection and
confidence as the man who was
thirty-four yenid Marshal of the
Kingdom. Among the foieign
element, all who know anything of
the mau or his public caicer, in
cluding those who may not at all
times have endorsed his olllcial
acts, cheerfully concede that ho was
an honest, uptight, conscientious,
faithful public servant.
AN EFFECTIVE WEAPON.
Lieutenant Clragdon, the inventor
of the new mode of discharging
dynamite piojccticles In biich a
manner thntgilioy explodo only on
contact with the object aimed at, is
tho nephew of Mrs. W, J. Aiexau-
tier, ono of the few remaining mis-
oiouaiics of lltcso Islands.
A successful liinl of liis
., juuuu 111 oaii x- lunuiseu
flinflrt III Wn 17t.fiftti.iAnn
order of President Cleveland,
and under the supervision of n
commission of nuuy olllcers.
The invention will pio'oably le
olutioni".0vthc modes of wntfnrc of
the woild, and in Iho end put a
slop to var Itself. If every ball
thnt sttikes, blows the person or ob
ject stt nek to pieces, there will be
no wounded, no suigeons or ambu
lances inecessaiy, and no ciippled
etuinns to take caie of after the
war is tner.
It will in fact become so unsafe
to go to war that nations will settle
disputes in 11 sensible manner by
Continued fvo.n page 4.
s i;i'i-si..:mii ai.
TuiiibD.u, September Dili.
The house met, and was opened
with pi.iyer by the Chaplain. l'ie
scnt : Ministcis Gibson, Cicighlon,
Kanoa and Date; gobies Cleghoin,
Kuihelaui, 'Vi'l'ioi (Piesident),
Maitiu, S. I'm ken,; Hups. Baker,
Kauhi, nini.i, Blown, Ivaulia,
Kauiukou, Kaunamauo, Wight, N
lmle, Nahiiiu,tKauliauc, Kalua, Kau
kau, Hichaidsnn, Castle, Kaai,
Thin ston. I'nclniole, Dole, Kauai,
Palohau. Minutes load in both
languages and conliimed.
Hep. Blown picscnied the lciiort
of the committee on tho bill to
authoii'c and legulaie special part
nei ships, jntioduced 1)3" the Hon. L.
A. Thuiston, lccommendiug the
same to pass. Adopted.
x he bill passed to
and was set for third leading on
Pep. Ilnyselileii, on suspension of
the lilies, pi cocnti'd n lepoit of the
commute.: on accounts. The com
mittee find that the cxpendituies
fiom the appioi liation of $".', 000
lor the pieent session have amount
ed to C!l'',S11.7j lc:iing a balance
on hand at $1$G.-!j. The cpendi
tuiea weie: Vny of membcis in
cluuin' mileage ?1J, 102. ,)0; V.y of
olliccis $ ,'.')2.S0; Expense Ac
coun , & .vUG.oj; Pihiting, AcUer
t sing and 2Cespapeis, 81 1,451.25 ;
iigics i'lg Accoiuns, SSIII.'IO;
TianslsMog Accounts, Sl,800.27.
The lop it has a schedule of items
Iep. Ki't'iiaiii"no moved the ac
count be mac e t,!ie older of the da3'
to-d.13. Cv lied.
I?e.). ItK'j.ndcon leported sundry
bills eiir,K 3 ed.
On motion of Pep. Kat'namano,
amende 1 by Pep. Kalua, the two
bills xehning to the lighting of the
cit of Honolulu and icpurls of com
mittee I'icicoii, weie taken fiom the
table and made the oicler of the d.i3'
Pep. Thurston moved the bill for
the lelicf of cenain owneis of pio
pei y in Mnkiki be lead ascend
limo by title ami lcfeiied to the
Jiidiciaiy Committee. Caiiied.
Pep. Kaunnirnno ii'0cd a sus
pension uf the niles to lake fiom
the uble ihe bill lelating t' the
ccluca'iugof Hawaiian y nth abroad.
Jnsed. bill refened to Education
The same meinbei piesented a
resolution icquiiii'g the Secretar3'
to p'acc on t'10 .nillctin board, lists
of bills and lepoits of committees
iheieo' , bil's passed thiid leading,
also IjO icgiu.ir uder of tle day
and iL'iitiis'ncd buniness. Passed.
Pop. Ke.111 piesemcd a petition
fr 111 the Muinuluhoa Guaids that
815,000 be appiopiiated for that
eoinpai)3' . nl that the inoiiC3r be
not applic'i fcr any other purpose.
Pep. T!i 1 ston moved the bill to
amend section 108, Civil Code, be
taken 'loin tho t.ible and referred
to the Judicinry Committee. Can ied.
The same membei called the
attention of the Minister of the In
fer or to a quest! hi lie had asked
some day s-go for information if
any and v 'iut public lands had been
sold to meet deJicits in the lcvcnues.
Minister Gibson, read memo
rnii'io fiom the records legarding
tilts sale of ceitain lands in J874,
and that the sales had been made to
meet cm 1 cut expenses of Govern
ment. Pep. Tluustou said the Minister
had not answeicd his question.
Minister Gibson said he thought
Po . Thuiston asl ed further,
"IIaeany public lauds been sold
dining hist biennial period Avithout
being adveitised accouling to law?"
Minister Gibson said theie had
not, so far as ho Know,
Hop. Blown rcfeircd to an en
f 1 1 1 i 1 3 ho had made some time ago
leapccting tho Japanese store on
Minister Gibson 6nid ho had to
confess that he had been negligent
in the mutter, but would attend to it.
Pep. Dolo diiected tho following
question to tho Minister of Finance:
Please stato the quantity of spi
rituous liquors that have' been re
moved fiom bond without tho pay
incut of duties thereon during the
last biennial peiiod, and the names
of tho p'ai ties to whom such liquors
weie delivered or 011 whose account
they were withdrawn and tho quan
tity withdiuwn by each individual
Ren. Brown moved tlio order of
.Second rendlnc of nn net
permanent settlement 011
I. M. Kapcna.
Pep. Keati said that ho had intro
duced this bill and now, with leave
of the house, would withdinw It.
Leave giantcd, and tho bill was
Second reading of a bill to provide
a permanent settlement of 1,000
per annum, on Hon. A. Fornnbdor.
Pep. lvaulukou moved to amend
byinseitingSl,200 instead of 81,000.
Hep. Dickey moved the indellnite
postponement of the bill, and 011
the same grounds as he had made a
similar motion yesterday, in the case
of T. V. Kveiett.
Pep. Thurston said if the same
sphit prevails to-divy as did yester
day, the passing of this bill is a
foregone conclusion, but he should
put himself on recoid as opposed to
it. He belicxed the icnl meaning
of the bill was that the judge was to
be shelved to make 100111 for some
favoiite; and the Ministers did not
want to incur the odium of turning
a w 01 thy public ollicer adrift un
Pep. Kauiiainano was in favor of
the settlement. The judge is en
gaged in writing a book on the Ha
waiian Islands, and if this hill
passes, he may icfcr in coinpliiuen
tai3'and giateful terms to the pres
ent Legislathe Asseinbl3'. He may
insert tho biographies and photc
giaphs of the mcinbeis of this As
semhly in his book.
Pep. Ilayscldeii mocd to amend
by making the settlement $2,000.
The i3,es and noes were taken on
the motion to indefinitely postpone
For: Bishop, Lilikalani, Brown,
Wight, Kauhanc, Kalua, Pichaid
son, Castle, Dickc3, Thurston, Pae
haole, Dole' Palohau i;l.
Against. Gibson, Daic, Cleghotn,
Kuilielani, Bush, Iyselclen, Keau,
B.ikci. Aniara, Ivaulia, lvaulukou,
P.ihia, lvaunamano, Nahale, Nahinu,
Ivaukau, Kauai 17.
The settlement passed at SI, 200.
Pep. Biowu inoed an amendment
to section 2, to the effect that no
pirtot the pension shall be payable
so long as the said Hon. A. Fornan
der shall hold a sahuied oillee under
The bill as amended, passed to
engiossmcnt, to be lead a thiid time
House took lecess till 1:IJ0.
AQLU KTEItbY M ciiii of Iho Boaid
of Ciu-iti'is of 1 lie Queen's Ho-pi-t.il
will lie huld nt thu kidiii nf Hie
Chain ber ol Commerce on SATURDAY,
Ihe llth insl., at 1 !i0 I'M. JJubiness of
impoit nice Pel oulci,
K A SOU AJJFm?, Sicielmr
Ilonohilii, Scon mlici !), 1880. 27 2i
MEMOHANUU.U BOOIv, containing
J.40 In bill-.. Tho llnilei will lie hiiitiilih
rewaided b Icimiij; panic at
20 TUlb OFFICE
AN ENEIUJOTIO IJUY lor nn oillee.
Must liMdewith hia pucnts and
(oniuwell rccoiiiniLiuUd. Apply to
G lu Gineial 15ui-iuecJ Auenl.
oidcr ol .Mcs-rs. C Brewer & Co.,
we will sell nt I'lildic Auction,
On MONDAY, Sept. 13th,
nt 11 o'i'o k a.m., at Ui en ci s wharf,
Gases Kerosene Oil,
Water lite Electric Oil,
Just landed in good condition ex bark
Terms LUiur.i nn approved Paper.
isS irii)s in euie
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
2(i 4t Auctioneers
2 IIouso in School street, 1
Coiiago in Adiini's, bnno. For
1 P'irlluilairi npiilv to
J. T. WATERIIOUSE'S
2) lw (juocn street atorc.
At Reduced Prices.
Water White & Standard
J. T. WATEIUIOUSE.
t "AOMK" I1IOYCLK in perfect order.
1 Annlv to (14 lw) J. L. McLEAJJ.
H003IS TO LET.
2NIOI': KOOMS tolet.Biiiiahlo foru
ludv oi uenllLiuiiu. Apply nt No. 4
Storo for Kent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
rpiIAT iliBiraliht Stoie now orcuplod
JL hy Iho LAD IBS' HAZAAIt, 88 Fort
street, und nil tho Flxtuiei, Olasa Cases,
(S,c., for sulo. Kor further jiarticulurs,
cuijuire ou the Premises. 410
ust be Soid
Within the Mext 3 Days I
Having ditcrmincil to glvcjup ImibIii s. t
ig ditcrmincil to glvcjup liunin s-,
aPOUKOFGOUUSntH Olti: T
B ff&g 15s1 n (ffe n n
s mm r. m mi MreeT
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Bouncts, Feathero,
Plumes, Flowers, Velvets, Hibbons, Plush, Ornaments
and other Millinory Goods,
Aho, choice teleetloii of Corsct, I.ndlcs', Mlfscs' nnd Ohlldrcii's Holi ry, Under,
wciir of nil kinds, nnd many other goods too numerous to name.
I mean flit I say, come nil See for Yourselves !
tar M.K9. E. T. SKIDMOHE, Jtnnnger of ihc Mllllnurv Di-piirtnient, will he
leaving for Sun Finnchco In 11 pIioiI 111110, thcrcfoic hulks wishing hei to do any
millinery woik, would do well to call earlj'.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor. 107
1 i Hi
eli' , U .
S rull litie-i of liaidwiirc, Agriuilllliial Impltliielits, ct'.
f;-v OoocIk l'
J"t n t.clvcd, c I,ip 1iil;
Hollister & Co.,
P. 0. BOX 315.
Re it Estate Agent,
Wiliki's Steiiinship Agent,
Gn.it lliirliugton Kuihoul Ajr ni
in America .
Blacksmith Work :
79 k 81 Kii Street, -
JEn i riuiccs i.iont ICinf
Kvciy deseiiptionof woik in thriilum lines pel formed iu a 111 st-clasb manner,
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
Z3T Bi-11 Tc-li phoni-, 107 -Tfe (iT
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, Til, PPEE AFD
SHEET IRON WORK.
Bwwrnoueiiiiiinii n I I Mritfnmvw-rrvniieij-vrxrT.-vrr.TxrrTv,iv
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
42 Mercian! S! Hoiolim.
My most milium aiteu ion -will ho
given for tho
Purchase ot Morchandise
in Honolulu for ilio resldenla of 11
7(1 1 sfivi-ral Tnlniidi of h! Kr ' riv
The White House,
No, X1S Numimi Htruot,
Honolulu, II, I.
Private Family Hold; TcrniR ltcason.
ahle; rirsurluss Accnininoiiatlnns.
MRS. J. VIKRUA, Pioprlotress.
t 1him 1 (included In pi 11 oh" my MNT
SAC I II'ICE. Kow U jour 1 linnco
Hugn n In
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd,
HONOLULU, II. I.
IVoveltiew iu Lainx G oods,
Anew luvnlio of Lmloins. Keio'-uni' nil of Ihe mjij
1JlI Qunlit, hlnvis, Hiinpcs and T innare.
ltiTtumiK iiiU-il b Tiie Umli rwilleis of "-'an Francisco.
An 111 tu il I'rolcrtioii iienintt Fire
Lot, to Close CoiiHlunincnt.
Mvcry SLciimcr. t7
:v 1 nu coiiigiimunl of
109 Fort Street.
Ool a II 111 J2UllO?
.1oiiiui M. 11 ia Fai mi.
Jiliclis-Plalz Colepe, Germany.
IJonolnln, II. I.
Ciiioiii Ilnu ,e Jiiokei,
Jim tgei llmwiii inOpcm Hon-e,
I'uc .mil Llli Im-umnoi' Agent,
- Old lose Premises,
intl JVJtevclisiiit 1k.
Ij) 2r l'ell Toc)hone, 107
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Hi ciiwd ix Ze.ilandia,
70 1 Qiipi n & F"rt Street Kiorcs.. it
V1JL.1J2 1 C'H
9 Rf V?0f
SS King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lulmlnu, Maufl
lueii Iiuy, Mukcnu, Maliukona, Ka
wulhao, Laupiiliochoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alovo ports, ai living at Honolulu
eui'li Batunlav uftoruoon,
By order of Iho Trustees of tho Hcthcl
Oliim-h, t nill hell at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, in llniiolulu, on
SATURDAY, Sept. 35, '86,
nt 1& o'clock, noon,
Hint cry nlunhlo and de'linhlo pro
perly owned liytlio Uctlicl Church
AFOCialion, nnd known ns tho
Bethel Church Lot
situate nt the corner of King nnd Bethel
Tho dimensions of tho whole lot Is as
follows, viz: On King street 00.G fcit
(S 2?o 40' E) on licthcl street. 124.0
feet (S 03 V!5' W) ndjoiniiii; Snllois'
Home, Ji7 5 reel (N 17 00W) nn tho
Emi side, hack part, 112.75 feet (N 02
20" E) to tho initial point. The pro
perty Is laid out In four magnificent
building lots, ns follows, viz:
1 Lot facing on King St.,
1 Lot corner King & Bethel
2 Lots facing Bethel St.
Bethel street Is to he widened to CO
foot, making this n very valuable build,
ing site for business houses.
A plan of tills piopcrty can he seen nt
my ( fllce.
EST Terms nro 4 Cash, the bilanco
to be ultl iu equal installments, in I, 2
nnd lijcni", secured by lirst mortgage
upon the promises sold, nnd improve
ments lieieifter placed thereon. Interest
at tin intonf Spi'i cent per nnnum, pay.
able aeml annually, fice of taxes. Prln.
cipal and inleie.it payable in U. S. Gold
Deeds nt the expense of purchaser.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOR BOYS AT
Tlie Course of Instruction embraces
all the blanches of a good Christian
nnd Ciimmcrci il Educati'in. A Special
Class has been formed this year for ad.
aiicid M'hulais. Lntin. Greek, French
and German are optional.
Fot Day Scholars, fiOc, 7fic, 1,
The Boarding Department consists of
lw dlstint I classes of pupils.
Board null Tuition, 1st Class, per .
Board and Tuilion, 2nd Class, per
Instrumental Music, per month.. 4
Vocal Music tSc Drawing free of charge.
Laundry Epcnses, per month.... 2
Medical attendance forms extia
chaifiu. also, repairs of all kinds.
Books and Staiionery at current rates.
Payments must he made quarterly
(evcij 2J months) and in advance.
Every Boarder must be provided with
bed clothes, mattrasses, two night
gowns, seeral suits of clothing for Sun
days nnd week days, six shiits, six
pocket handkerchiefs, three pairs of
stockings, collars and ties, three pairs
of thocs all marked. Also, toilet arti
cles, bueh as hair brush, tooth, nail nnd
shou brushes, combs, Boap and blacking.
Fot admission as Boaiders certificates
ot good moral chaiacter und of health
Uni tonus vi ill be obligatory for
Boaiders may spend the first Siturday
of eveiy month villi tiieir narents or
A quarti rly repoTt of the health , con
duct and improvement of every boarder
will lie sent to hie parents or guaidinns.
'I he Session commences this year on
MONDAY, September 13, 1880.
B8r For further particulars apply to
20 Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
The Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for bale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
a"bd a general assortment of
Bar Iron. iy
B 00 100
Haw'n Carriage Manf 'g Co.,
C. Browcr & Co.,
Wniluku Sugar Co.,
Hi ciprocity Sugar Co.,
Inter.Island S. N. Co.,
L. A. THURBTON. Stock Brokei
3K Merchant Street lfii ly
rpiIB undersigned is prepared to fur
X nisli specimens of nil tho
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
nt reasonable- rates.
Complete Collections embrnc
ing 141) varieties represcnting20 families
prepured to order only. These collections
display entire fronds of each fern with
roots and other important parts of each
plant. Collections embracing from 5!0
to 80 varieties elegantly mounted and
decorated with mosses, lichens and t,ea.
weeds peculiar to tho Islands always ou
hand at Mus&id. King Bros.' Ait Store,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Packages of the spores of all varieties
of ferns found in tho group for sale.
These packages ai o guaranteed to contain
fresh spores and are securely put up und
accurately named. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet containing particulars lu
reference to living plants, with a catu.
loguo of the ferns mailed to nnyuddress
within tho Postul Union upon iccelpt of
Q cent Btump. Address,
8T Honolulu, OnUu, H. I.
kHSIltlNU to iIiko nut our snip
Chaydkrv and Coiniiii-Moii niiii.
lie-", wc sunn fen in 111.1i.vi.i.
l'HlCns and MillcliH'o out oui entire
Stocll, gooil.wlll anil leuteof picui i,
it a fair valiintlou, lo u re ponil)lu
A. W. I'lJiHUK cs yy.
O LTJSO IIAWA1IANO.
ALL-peiMius who vmiiiI to eoinniillil.
cato ilth the Poitucucjo, either
tor business, or foi piocuilng win Union,
senants or any other helps, will find It
the most proillnhle way to mheiilM In
the Luio Jfanaiiauo, liv new organ of
iho Poi million- i loin, uliirh is uh.
llshed on Meicliatil st i c Gazette Iti.lld.
ing, (Posl.Ollico Letter Ho B.), and
only ehaiges leasonahli' rates for ndver.
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living- Six Years Without
Going to Bed.
Mn. JSunim: While spending n few
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Aberystwilh, Cardiganshire, Wnlcs, I
heaui related vthat seemid to me cither
a fabulous ntory or a miiivclloiis cute.
The story was thai a poor sullerer who
had not been able to lie down in bed for
six long ycais, given up to die b) nil the
Doctois, had been speedily cured by
borne Patent Medicine. It was iclated
with the more Implicit confidence from
the circumstance, us was said, thnt the
Vicar of Llatnystyd was familiar with
tho facts, and could vouch for the truth
of the report.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such stories grow in trn oiling, I look
the liberty lille at the Milage of Linn,
rystyd to" cnll upon the Vicar, the Rev.
T. Evans, nnd to enquiie about this
wonderful cure. 'I hough a total stran
ger to him, both ho and his wile most
graciously enteituimd me In a half
hour'sconvcrsation, principally touching
the ease of Mr. Pugh, iu 'which they
seemed to take a deep and sympathetic
interest, having been familiar with bib
sufferings, and now rejoiced iu what
sccmed.to them u most lemniUable cine.
The Vicar remarked that he presumol
his name had bceu connected with tho
report fiom his having mentioned the
cuse to Mi. John Thomas, a chemibt of
Llanon. He said Mr. Pugh was lormer
ly a resident of their paiisli,but was now
living in the pnribh of Llauddcinol.
He strongly ouchcd Mr. Win. Pugh's
character as a lcspectable fanner and
worthy of credit. I left the venerable
Vicar with a liveliei seiibe of tl e happy
relation of a pistor and people, feeling
that he was one who tiuly sjinpathiseU
with all who aie aillicted minimi, body,
On my icturn to Abcrjstwith, I was
impressed with a desire to see Mr. Pugh,
whose reputation stood so high. His
farm is called Paneom.Mawr, signifying
"above the dingle," situated near the
summit of a smooth lound hill, over
looking a beautilui valley in which is.
situated the lovely iv mantled Ulnnch
of Llauddcinol. I lound Mi. Puglu
apparently about 40 yeais old, of medium,
height, lather slight, wilhapleatniitantl
intelligent face. I told him I hud heard
of his in eat uilliction and oi his remark.
lilile and almost miraculous relief, and
that I had como to learn from his own
lips, what there was of truth in tho re
Mr. Pugh remarked that his neigh
bors had taken u kindly and symp
athetic intciesl in his ense lor many
ycaiv, but of late theii interest had been -greatly
awakene'd by a happy change lu
his condition. What you lepoit nb linv
ing heard abroad, said he, is substant
ially true, with ono exception. I necr
understood that mj case was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician. I
have been treated by sevcia! Doctors
hereabouts, as good us any in AVales, but
unfortunately no prcscuption of theirs
ever biought tho dcsiicd relief.
Fifteen jears ago, he said, I first be
came conscious ol a sour and deranged
stomach and loss of appetite, which the
Doctors told mu w us Dyspepsia What
food I could hold in my btomnch seenu
ed to do me no good and was often
thrown up with painful retchings. This,
was followed aftei a time with a hoarse
ness and a raw soicness of the throat
which the Doctors, called bionchitis,.
and I was Heated for that, but with
little success Then came shoitncss ot
breath and a sense of sullocation, espe.
cially night?, with clammy sweat, and I
would have to get out of bed and some
times open a door or window in winter
weather to fill my lungs with the cold
About six jeais ago I became so bad
that I could not sleep iu bed, but had to
take my unquiet rest and dreamy sleep
sitting in an aimchuii. My uilliction
seemed lo bo 'working down waul into
my bowels as well -is upwuids into my
lungs and throat. In tho violent cough,
lug tpawns which grew more frequent,
my abdomen would expand and collapse
und at times it would seem that I should
Millncute. All this time I was reduced
in strength mi that I could perform no
haul luboi and my spitlts wer conse
quenlly much dtpiessiii.
Early in this last sniinc I had a still
more severe spasmodic attack, and my
family und neighbors hi came alarmed,,
belioving that certainly I would not sur.
vlve, when a neighbor, who had some
knowledge, or had heard of the medl.
cine, sent to Aberystwitli by tho driver
of the Omnibus Post, some seven miles
distant, und felchcd u bottle of Mother;
Bclgel's Curative Syrup.
This medicine they dministerer' lr
mo accoidlng to the directions, when to
their biirprise and delight no less than,
my own, the spasm ceased. I became at
ease, and my siomach was calmed. My
bowelb weie moved us by a gentle
cathartic, und I felt h sense of timet
comfort ull Ihumgh such ns I had not
bcfoio realifd in many years. I could
walk mound the hntms nnd brentho
comfortably in n few hours after I had
taken tho medicine. Ihao continued
lo tuko tho medicine dally now for
something tnei two months, und I enn
He down und sleep sweetly ut nighta
and have not bint e had a reciirienee of
those terribla hpabins and sweatings. I
havo been so long broken down and re.
duced in my whole bjHemthnt I havo
not tried to perform any very hard out
door labor, deeming it hot to bo pm.
dent lest by ovei.exeitlon I may do my.
bdf injuiy before my strength is fully
restoied. I feol that my stomach and
bowels have been and are being tlior.
oughly renovated und renewed by tho
medicine. Iu fact 1 feel like u new.,
I have been much congratulated by
mv neighbors, cBpeciolly by tho good
Vicar of Llunrystyd, who with his sjm.
pathetic wife have come three miles to
shed tears of 1oy on my iccovery.
I bade Mr. Pugh good-bye, happy that
even one at least among thousands had
found a remedy for an aggravating dls.
Believing this rcmuikuble enso of
Dyspeptic Asthma should ho known to
tho public, I beg to submit the above
facts us thoy mo roluted to me.
iiOOKwly F. T. W.
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