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MONDAY. OCT. !. 188C.
That speech of Colonel Claus
Sprockets on economy, delivered
several months ago, at a dinner on
board of one of the Oceanic Steam
ship Company's steamers in the
port of Honolulu, seems to be for
gotten by those most immediately
concerned. It is a pity that it is so.
The Bulletin spoke approvingly of
the speech and its subject matter at
the time. The Colonel said that it
vras the second speech of his life,
the first having been delivered some
time pievious in the V. M. C. A.
Hall on the currency question.
"Whatever may have been the merits
of the first speech, of which we are
not iu a position to speak, not hav
ing heard it, the Becond was a mas
terpiece of outspoken common sense,
in which the speaker said more in a
few minutes, than some gentlemen
regularly accustomed to public
speaking say in years. Instances of
the latter class are not far to seek.
In our Legislative Assembly there
are some gifted talkers who pile up
words like a haystack and blow oif
gas enough to light the city of Lon
don, without a single idea or a par
ticle of sense. We haven't the
capacity to appreciate the latter de
scription of oratory. Owr education
has been sadly neglected in this im
portant branch. AVords without
ense or meaning have no charm lor
our ears. Being of the matter-of-fact,
unsentimental division of hu
manity, the Colonel's oratory,
which is short, practical, and to the
point, is more in the line of our
taste. Says he, "You have been
very extravagant; you should
practise economy." Perfectly true.
"Vc have been very extravagant
the people in general and the gov
ernment in particular. The people
are the-first to be convinced of their
folly, and have commenced the
practiso or economy, lne govern
ment, strange to say, are becoming
more extravagant than ever. Econo
my is apparently the last thing they
ever dream of. In fact, it looks as
if they never dream of it at all.
They did for a while talk about re
trenchment, cutting down expenses,
economising, and so on ; but it was
only talk. Simply a bubble full of
wind. But the talk and the bubble
and the wind all disappeared a
few days ago, when the third read
ing of the Appropriation Bill began,
and tho government and their sup
porters in tho House opened their
mouths and raised (heir hands for
all kinds of increases and additions,
as if an inexhaustible gold mine had
been suddenly unearthed at Aliiola
ui Hale. Really, it is time to put
on the break, and slacken speed a
little. The present position :ind
future prospects of the country do
not warrant so lavish a voting of
funds not yet in hand. EconomyMs
always in order. It is particulaily
ho just now. A continuance of the
extravagance which has distinguish
ed the proceedings of the House
during the past two weeks, will cer
tainly land the country in the insol
vency court, and that in a very short
An attempt was made in the
House this morning to iutioducu a
bill for tho increase of taxation,
from three-qiinrteis of one per cent
to one per cent. The attempt was
temporarily frustrated, but it will
probably he renewed further on in a
different form. We doubt if tho
community is in tho humor to ap
prove of any increasu whatever at
the present time, under existing cir
cumstance, Tho existing circum
stances referred to arc the reckless
appropriations of the past few days.
The public need no additional en
lightenment on this matter, They
arc fully informed of the way in
which tho taxes are being voted
nway, largely for unnecessary and
,iivolbus purposes. If the Assem-
bly fully realized the condition of
deep discontent among nil elnssus
and natlonnlitics of the community,
resulting from tho recklessness
'alluded to, they would probably
ihesitnle before placing increased
'burdens on the people. - It cannot
be truly e-aid that taxation in this
khigdom is heavy, and icasonable
people could not reasonably object
to a inodetale increase, if the needs
of the country called for il. Hut to
put on taxes that are not necessary,
merely to procure money for pur
pose that arc no kind of bcnellt to
the country or the people, is
decidedly objected to and pro
tested against by the tax payors
GLADSTONE AND IRELAND.
The earnest and political move
ment in behalf of England's duty
and Ireland's lights, so auspiciously
inaugurated by Mr. Gladstone, has
been temporarily Interrupted. Tho
suspension cannot be of long dura
tion, The public sentiment of the
world demands justice for Ireland.
A largo proportion of the people of
England are to-day in favor of some
kind of self-government for Ireland.
The paitics who condemn Mr.
Gladstone have nothing to offer that
commands public approval. The
Tory method of continued coercion
is a conspicuous failure, for under it
Iieland's condition has all the time
been growing worse. Tho Whig
Liberals, ropiescntod by Lord Ilart
ington, have no special plan to pro
pose for the treatment of a oae which
loudly calls for a speed' remedy.
The Radicals, led by Mr. Chamber
lain, have nothing better to offer
than disappioval of the details of
Mr. Gladstone's plan, but present
no intelligent method of their own
to batisfy the just claims of Ireland.
AVith complete loyalty to the cause
Mr. Gladstone recognizes that there
has been talk enough and that the
time has come for action. In August
he left London for a short season of
rest on the Continent, but he left
behind a pamphlet ou the Irish
question which is an appeal to the
intelligence, common sense, and
conscience of the people of England.
In this 'pamphlet Mr. Gladstone
speaks of Ireland's grievances which
call for redress ; of home-rule for
that long down-tiodden land, which
he claims has been ripening, so that
it is now the important and urgent
question of tho day. Referring to
the election in which his administra
tion was voted down he says, " It is
not leully a refusal, but only a
slower acknowledgment. All the
currents of the political atmosphere
as between the two islands have
been cleansed and sweetened. For
Ireland knows what she has never
known before, that even under her
defeat a deep rift of division 1 tins
all through the English nation in
her favor; that there is not through
out tho land a parish or village
where tfiere are not hearts beating
in unison with hearts, where there
arc not minds bent m the acknow
ledgment and peiiuaiieut establish
ment of her claim1- to national exis
tence." The raiiM of Ireland lives
and moves and the justice of her claims
for distinct govw iinioul and a separ
ate Parliament arc recognized more
widely eveiy day, It is a cause
which can no jongcr be successfully
opposed. As' Mr. Gladstone puts
tho case: "Oncis ilpe, the time for
action has come. .Just as if It were
a cornfield we are not lo wait till it
is over-ripe. It cannot, be crushed.
It will arise a,s a wounded warrior
sometimes arises on the field of bat
tlo and stabs lo tho heart, home
soldier of the victoiious army who
has been exulting over him." Thus
speaks the man who is the champion
of this movement Gladstone), of
whom Gun. Jladeait says in the
JVur't Aiurrivdii Ji'eriuw, "lie is, at
the.closo of lijs caieer, the most
important and imposing figure in
English politics; tho leader in tho
army of progress; the champion of the
people in a land where they still
need one; the ally of a down-trodden
sister countiy to whom he holds
out a hand to assist her to rise.
High-minded and high-purposed;
with Ids faults, like all that aro
human, but battling always against
wrong or in favor of the wank, be is
indeed the model knight-errant.
This veteran of nearly seventy-seven
dashing against his enemies with tho
vigor of youth, leading the common
people of England whom he has
raised to a position and power they
have never known till now ; urging
them to make the first use of that
power to undo tho wrongs of centu
ries in Ireland this man may not
extort from the aristocrats of Kuropo
the nppiobatlon ho deserves, but
Americans and democrats, believers
in the people and friends of tho
people everywhere, cannot but wish
him well in his encounter with
vested wrong." And this man,
who, whether in olllce or out of il,
wields power always, and who is as
serene in seeming defeat as he is in
victory is confident ever of the
triumphant outcome of the cause
which ho so worthily represents the
emancipation of Ireland.
About two weeks ago, we adverted
to tho prompt action of Commander
IL W. Laiuo in raising funds to re
lieve a brother soldier whom he
deemed worthy of iccognition and
support. To-day we publish a let
ter f i oin Commander Laine, which
throws a different light on the whole
business. Though Com. Laine was
fooled in a certain measuie, his
action in the mat let is none the less
woi thy of praise. It is painful to
have to record such cases, but, we
trust another of a similar nature
may not occur during the present
llnckmcn, as a rule, are not a
polite set of men. Some of them are
eivil, and some of them are not.
The latter class claim the majority,
and they are entitled to il. Now if
everyone would spot the hnckmen
who exloits, or tiies to do so, and
never patronize him again, these
hack sharps would soon clear out.
Some ol them cannot earn an honest
livelihood. They aro too tricky.
Their familiarity is disgusting. As
a rule the native Hawaiian haek
diiver knows his position and keeps
it, whereas, a white or liaole hack
driver soon otitgiows his box. He
ought to be driven and not to drive.
Of course, there are exceptions,
which fact is noted with thanks.
Monday, October -lth.
House metat'JiM. Prayer by the
A quorum was had at JO:). Pre
sent: Ministers Gibson, Creighton,
Kanoa, Dare ; Nobles Bishop, Cleg
horn, Bush, Walker (President),
Parker; Heps. Hayselden. Keau,
Baker, Kauhi, Amara, Xaulia, Pa
llia. Kaunainano, Wight, Nahalc,
Kalua, Aholo, Kaukau, Richardson,
Kaai, Kauai, Palohau. Minutes
read and approved.
Hep. Wight ie,id a petition from
the Revs. Messrs. Willis, Cruzan,
Oggel, Hyde, Parker, Mackintosh,
Wallace, YVaiamau, Merritt, Forbes
and Mr. F. W, Damon, against the
passage of the opium hilj.
Hep. Keau moved the petition be
laid on the table to he considered
with the bill.
Hep. Kalua moved the petition be
leferred to tho Sanitary Committee.
Laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Noble Bishop, from the commit
tee to whom was referred the-lthand
5th sections of the currency bill,
reported, recommending that the
sections read as follows :
Section 4. All outstanding silver
certificates and all certificates to be
issued under this act except the ten
dollar certificates whether they con
tain the words "silver coin" or not,
shall be redeemed at their nominal
value on demand in United States
Gold coin, and all certificates sp re
deemed shall be forthwith withdrawn
and cancelled by the registrar of
public accounts. And It shall be
lawful for the Minister of Finonce
to issue or cause to be issued from
the treasury from lime to time, cer
tificates of deposit of the denomina
tion of ten, twenty, fifty and one
hundred dollars respectively upon
transfciring from tho general fund
and betting apart as a special de
posit an equal amount of lawful
coin of the kingdom as security for
tho redemption of such certificates,
the whole amount of such outstand
ing and new issue of certificates as
ifuresaid not to exceed in the aggre
gate fit any one time the sum of three
minuted auu iwoniy-iye ioisami
dollars, of which, not exceeding
thirty thousand dollars shall bo in
certificates of the denomination of
Section fi. The certificates pro
vided for iu sections '1 and o of this
act shall be signed by tho Minister
of Financo and countersigned by the
Registrar of Public Accounts, and
tho special deposit of coin in I he
treasiuy for their redemption shall
be used only for tho payment and
t)ie redemption of such certificates
ami shall be. kept as a specjul de
posit for such purpose and none
other, 0. H. Bishop,
S, B. Doi.u,
It, J, CumoiuoK.
A further recommendation, signed
by Messrs. Bishop and Dole, and
which the chairman stated would
have been signed by Mr. Castle, had
ho been present, was "the addition
of a new section, to be numbered
section (, and to read as follows ;
and that tho former section 5 bo
made section C.
Section 5. ThcMinisterof Finance
may receive deposits of tho silver
coin of tho Hawaliau Kingdom to an
amount not less than one hundred
dollars, and issue therefor certifi
cates of deposit of the denomination
of ten dollars payable to bearer on
demand without interest in silver
coin of the Hawaiian Kingdom, such
deposits, and certificates to be in
addition to those provided for in
section l of this act.
Rep. Keau moved the report be
laid on the table to be considered
with the bill. Carried.
Rep. Richardson repotted a num
ber of bills engrossed.
Rep. Dole read a repoit of the
commlttoo on election laws, on the
bill lo regulate voting at elections,
appioving of the bill and recom
mending that the bill be referred to
tho commission on revision of elec
tion laws already provided for.
Rep. Pachaole moved the repoit
be adopted. Cariied.
Rep. Hayselden asked permission
of the house to give notice of a new
Rep. Dickey objected to the in
troduction of a new bill.
Rep. Hayselden moved to sus
pend the rules to allow his notice to
Rep. Brown said the motion wns
out of order. There was only one
way by which the matter could be
Rep. Lilikalaui addressed the
house in Hawaiian, without inter
pretation. Hep. Brown said there was nothing
before the house.
The President asked Rep. Brown
what' was the "one way" lo which
Rej). Brown said be had no bill to
The Piesidcnt said it was a ques
tion if the resolution of the
can be departed fiom.
Rep. Brown said the only way by
which the lion, member for Hono
lulu could bring the matter lorward,
was by the unanimous consent of
the house, which was the course
taken the other day when the
amendment to the Loan Act was
Minister Gibson did not think the
resolution was any more unchange
able than a rule of the house. lie
did not know what was the nature
of the proposed bil).
Rep. Hayselden said he wished to
amend sections 13 and 16 of the Tax
Law, which amendment ought to be
in inserted in the tax bill before it
goes to engrossment.
Tho President asked, "Does the
Rep. Dole What is the proposed
Rep. Hayselden said he proposed
to laise the tax on real estate and
personal property from three-quarters
to one per cent.
Rep. Dole Then I object, and
my constituents would blame me if
I did not.
Hep. Keau moved to inseit in the
Appropriation Bill, SC08 balanco
due Kaelemakule as tax assessor.
Rep. Pachaole moved the resolu
tion be referred to the Finance Com
Reps. Brown and Kalua asked
leave of absence for the rest of the
Rep. Dole rose to a question of
privilege. A member had referred
to his absence, a few days ago, as
being without leave of the house.
He meant no disrespect to the house.
When he went away, the house was
not in session, ami he had left a
written excuse with tho member tor
Molokai to present for him which
tho member must have forgotten.
oitor.u or Tnu way.
Third reading of the bill to pre
vent collisions at sea.
Minister Creighton moved the two
reports of the committee on com
merce on this bill, be read. Cat ned.
Rep. Dickey moved the house
proceed, while the reports were being
found, to tllp next business. Car
ried, Third reading of tho Appioprla
tion bill (continued).
The amendment introduced by
Rep. Thurston, Hawaiian Ramie
Company, for the cultivation and
manufacture of ramie, S2,500,
Minister Gibson moved the ' item,
Janitor Aliiolani Hale, 81,000, be
Rep. Brown moved the item,
"Mrs. Antoinett Swan for her un
divided niteiest in certain lauds iu
Ulakoheo, Oahu, 85,000," be struck'
out. Mrs. Swan has no undivided
interest in those lands aud never
had. No Jand had ever lipcn granted
to any member of tho family. Tho
claim arose solely on the family
having squalled on the land.
Tho item was struck out.
Rep, Dole moved re-consideration.
Rep. Keau moved an amendment
to the item. Road Damages to Kai
napau by the opening of the Knme
hamelui road, on condition that ho
convey alibis title in the said load
to tho Hawaiian Government, 8500,
to add the woids, "deeds to bo at
tho expense of the government.
The item purchase of new books,
Honolulu Library, 81,200, was read
and put, and there not being u
majority vote for the item, it vsa
Rep, Richardson moved the item,
expense of lighting streets, Hono
lulu, 8 IT), 000, be amended to rend
expense of lighting streets tluough
out the Kingdom, 817,500. Carried.
The same member moved to strike
!& 4iK '"'
out the item, lighting streets of Hilo,
SI, 000. Cairied.
Minister Gibson said the Item,
Honolulu Fire Depailmcnt, 25,
000, had originally been inserted
&f0,000: but on the recommend
ation of his predecessor in
ollicc, it was reduced one-half. He
did no.t think $25,000 would bo
sufficient for the requirements of
the company. A schedule of which
he lead, and moved the item be in
Hep. Dole moved the item, with
the schedule read by the Minister,
be lelcrred to a committee, with in
structions to repoit on Wednesday
Coininilltee appointed: Messrs.
Gibson, Cleghorn, Keau and Baker.
A discussion look place between
Dole and Ministers Gibson and
Dare, relative to the propriety of
the item "payment of bills incurred
by Cabinet relief committee to re
lieve sufferers by the great fire,
(April 18)," appealing iu the Ap
pioprialion Bill. The item passed
as iu the bill.
House look recess to 1 :U0 r. si.
Ediioii Bui.i.uiix: Thos. AVelsh
appealed to me some days ago for
aid, showing an honorable discharge
from the U. S. service. He was
unable to woik.. he said, and without
means. I told him 1 could ariange
for his admittance lo the Soldiers'
Home at Napa, Cal., for which he
thanked me, saying lie would go.
Through the kindness of several
charitable . people, including Mis.
Damon, the President of the.
Strangers' Friend Society, I suc
ceeded in procuring sutlleient money
to procure a ticket on the steamer
to San Fianeisco for Welsh, I met
him, told him to get his passport
and bring it to me and 1 would give
him bis ticket. This he has not done.
Htul 1 have leturued the money
donated, and under the circum
stances, fimn facts coming to my
knowledge since his application, I
do not consider him as deseiving
the charity of any of the benevolent
societies, or in fact of any one. I
was induced to assist him, first as
he holds an honorable dischaige,
and was poor ; second to prevent
his becoming a biiiden to the com
munity, or the societies. I Like
this occasion to thank those who so
fiecly gave to the above object.
H. W. Laixi:.
A big gun The can(uJon of the
The Great Free Exhibition !
TClio Lifjlitiiiiijar XeiixiNt.
Go and see tho
J. E. WISEMAN, Agonl.
DTJItlNG ray mIhchcu from (he King,
dom Mr. A. Giirlenberg will act
for mo under I'owei ol ttuiiicy.
IS lit OIIAS.J. FISIiEL.
MR. MAX EC K ART has removed
his Jiiwehy Munuf.ioloiy lo Fort
Slreit, jiitt uljove the SliO'Ub'i; Gallery,
win re he will carry on his lcgulur busi
ness. 4$ im
COTTAGE TO L,ET.
ACottngd oiiLiimilllo uml Pilkol
Btieeis, furnished complete fir House,
keeping. Uho of hoixe and carriage j
largo gulden. Apply to
CJIAti. .1. EISHEb,
43 tfJ Cor. Foi t & Hotel.Sts.
TlJ ISS TUCK being no longer em
XTX ninytil tit Mrs. I.itk't, Ait Rooms,
Mis Nlchnl Mil nvume clnnge ai.d at
tend lo a'l mdeit foi Stumping and Em
broiilurj. Enilnoidery l.i'b-unf; (Unre
duced into for ihn 'Holiday Beiou.
Miiturhils tor laney woik on hand; full
blinding iu Silks,' Ari.in'ne.-, Clanilles,
etc , etc.
Thanking our customers for pr.st pa.
tioimga wtitisk foracmiil unnee of fho
snnio. Oidi'is fiom the oilier Inlands
piomptly iiltenilid lo. 48 t'
NOTJOE TO CREDITORS.
ALbPEIISONS having claims ngiiltn-t
the Sienin Schooner Snipii.-o, aie
teipicsicu to present tho mine nt ihu of.
lice of Me.-sih. Then. II. D.ivles & Co ,
on or bcfoio WEDNESDAY, th.i nih
duy of October. JOHN ROHKRTS,
Aeeat of the B, S. Buiprlse.
Honolulu, Oct !, 18S0. ) 2t
Now Photograph Rooms.
OVBR'Nichol's Mom, Port fctrcct,
next ihu Sliootinc Galleiv. Pie.
tuns, I'oitraits and vluws. Khstcluss
J, A. GOXSALVES.
Tho lnicr-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hiunl for frtdo
Eteam Family and Black.mith Coal
and a giucrul iibsmliiieiil of
'lis Bar Iron. Hy
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
(ff?i rr. W. IEAWIiINS,
I&OS'ifil Soap Manufacturer,
The highest Cas,n valuo for any quau.
tity of Tallow.
(Zoiiolulu Honp WorltH, I.yleo
Hell Telephone ai. V. O, Uox 4.
Wn Imv" received Instructions from SIB
L. B. KERB, to sell ul Public Auction, 1
At 10 o'clock a, in., at our Sidfsrnoin,
Quern S'uit, (UN A OltKDIT
'lOTtltt 'l MADE), Ins
entire Stock of
Coin-l-llng In part of
Suitings, Diagonals, Serges,
Flannels and Trimmings,
Of all desciiptlons; being the Largest
Assortment of Tailors' Goods evei
offered at Auction here.
The above uicull new and Fashionable
Goods selected lor tlio present season.
Among lliu Slock tire u large number of
Single Suit pieces, nnd a quantity of
Short Lengths suitable for Family use.
Also a few Full Pieces, suitable for
Also, Two Sowing Machines,
1 Oillee Desk, I Clock,
1 Chcval Gloss,
Also at 12 o'clock noon will be sold
Lease of the Store & Fittings,
Foi B wars ami 3 months from October
1-t lSt?5, witli privilege of r, years ex-
J3T TERMS LIBEHAL-approved
ADAMS & Co.
YOUXG WIDOW LADY desires
i. a iviici! in a liiimly in light house
keeping and tilting cue cf bnby; is
willing lo make huelf genoially useful.
A YOUNG WOMAN, ducnted, do
tires a po-itum n Gnvermai in a
family, or as Companion toaLidy, has
iio object i hi lo lijdit liout-e work. 11a
licen oa the Islands some yeaih, and can
Apply to or address
.1. E. WISEMAN,
Gdiural Business Agent,
45 lw Campbell's Block.
jJl&Jb House imd Lot off the Puiioa
Bwf&KM Valley Hoiid. near the new
CaiisSS Punchbowl Stieet Bridge.
IIoupo contains 5 joom-, Bathroom,
Kitchen aud Pantty. Outhoute consist
ing of Stable, Caniage House and Har
ness room. The grounds are planted
Willi choice trees. To he sold for $1,700
cash. Apply to
.! M. MONSARRAT,
in tf No. 27 Merchant Htreel
No. CO Nuuanu fctrect. ly
The Splendid Al lion Steam Ship
Vi ill tall for Yokohama and Hong Kong
ou or about
OCTOBER 8th, '86.
For freight anil passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CQ, Agents.
vij-,rj3xt'!j n. a. co..
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Labalna, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mabukona, Ks,
walbae, Laupaboehoe and Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all the
,alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
4iic.li Hlitili'lii' Hllcriioon
New York Line !
MESSRS. W. II. GROSSMAN & RRO.
will have an Al vessel loading in
ihin Lino to leiivn iu nil N' vemb'r. Or.
deis should go foi ward by "Wilmington"
to ensilio hlilpnicnt,
The grnw r purl of orders sent f iiward
by Mail of Ooiobcr 23rd, will probably
abo lie in bunson,
45 'AnT,K & COOKE, AgonU.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Hivo just received a few more
Put en t
O LUSO IIAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to ronununi.
ctito with the Poitupuese, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
nervnuts or any other helps, will find It
the most prolltablo way to advertise in
tho Luso Ilawqifanf, tho new organ of
the PortUUlieso eolnnv. wlnrOi In mil,.
lislicd on Merchant sti tot, Gazette Build,
inp, (Post-Olllco Letter llox IU, and
oiuy cnarges icasonable rates for advertisements,
Tuesday, Oct. 5th
Foi' Yok ohama & Hong Kong
ajiitA- f -A?p ''&. Wi A
Great Excitement in Wales
about a hlarvolious (Jure.
Living Six Years Without
Going" to Bed.
Mil. EoiToii: bile sn tiding u fou
days at tlio pleiiMint seaside lown of
Abcrjstwlth, (.'ttidi.iiiii.hhc, Wnlr, I
heard related whui neinul to in- either
a fabulous titorj urn nmivilhni.i cine,
TheMoiy vn that a pour MihVur tlio
hud not bteii able to lk-doun in Led for,
nix hunt yenis., glvi u up iu die b.v i II the'
Docioin, hud been iptedll) eurul by
some Patent Medicine 1 1 mis lelntul
with tlio more Implicit loi.fldencu lroni
the cilcUuiBlunce, as wiim miiI, that tlio
Vlcnrof LlauryMjd liiinllhir with
the facts, and could vuiich for the linlli
of the lepoit.
Having n little cuilolty to bnim how
Biich stoilos grow in tunelllrig, 1 look
the liherly while at tho village ol I Ian.
i.ntyil to call upon the Vltui, tin In v.
T. Jivans, nnd to cmudic iboul this
wonderful cure. Though a total strati.
ger (0 lilin, both ho and his wife most
graciously eiiteittiinid me In a half
hoiir'sconvorsntlon, principally touching
the onto of Mr. l'ugh, iu Nvliieh Ihuy
seemed to take a deep and sympathetic
interest, having bcui fuinlllur with his
sufferings, and' now lejoiced in whut
seemed 10 them a most lemarkabte cuic.
Tlio Vicnr unlinked that hopiostnncd
his name hud been counecRil with Hie
report fiom lib having mentioned the
cuo to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Llanon. lie said Mr. Pugh was former,
ly a residentof their pailsh, butwus now
living in the paibh of Lhuiddeinol.
Ho strongly vouched Mr. Win. Pugli's
chaiaclcr as a respectable fanner and
woithy of credit. I lett the venerable
Vicar with a livelier sense of tbo huppy
relation of a pastor and people, fecllnjj
that he was one 'who truly s-ymp uhiseu
with till who ato alllicted minimi, body,
On niv reluiii lo Abensiwitli. I was
impressed with a desbutosec Mr. Pitch,
whoso reputation stood so high. His
farm is called Panooni.Muw r, signifying
"above tho dingle," situated near the
summit ot a smooth lound hill, over.
looUiug a beautiful valley in which is
situated the lovely ivy mantled Chuich
of Llnnildcinol. I lound Mr. Pngh,
apparently about -tOycan old, of medium
height, raihcr slight, with a plcaMiittand
intelligent face. I told ltlin 1 had hclird
of his great iilUietion nnd ot his icinark.
atilc and altno-t miiiiculous lellcf, and
that I had come to learn from his. own
lips, what there wiih of tiulb in the ie
ports, Mr. Pugh remaiked Unit his neigh
hois had taken a kindly and symp
athetic inteicst iu his case lor man'
yenrc, but of late theit intcre-l had beiu
gieatly awakened by a happy change in
his condition. What you tepoil as liuw
ing heard abroad, Miiit he, is substant
ially true, with one exception. I never
undei stood that my case was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician. I
have bbeu treated by seveinl Duelers,
hereabouts, as good as any in "Wales, bat
unfortunately no prc-cupiion of thuirs
ever brought the desiied relief.
Piftccn years ago, he paid, I tlrtt be
came conscious ol a sour anil deranged
stomach aud loss ot appetite, which the
Doctors told mo was Dyspepsia. What
food I could hold in my stomach seem
ed to do me no good and was often
tlnown up with painful rttUiing!-. This
was followed after a time with a hoarse
ness and a raw soieness of the throat
which the Doctois called bronchitis,
and I was tieated for that, but with
little success Then came shoitncss of
breath nnd a sense of suubcaliou, cspc.
ciully nights, with clummysweat, and I
would have to get out of lied and some
times open a door or wiudow in winter
weather lo fill my lungs with tho cold
About six ycius ago I became to bad
that I could not sleep in bed, but hud to
take my 'unquiet rest and drcamj sleep
sitting in an armchair. My allliction
seemed to be working downwind into
my bowels as well as upwards into my
lungs and throat. In the violent cough,
ing spasms which grew more frequent,
my abdomen would expand and collapse
and at times it would seem thai I should
suffocate. All this time 1 was reduced
in strength so that I could perform no
hard labor null my spiiits w.cm conse
quently much depiessui.
Early in this last spring I had n still '
moro seveie spasmodic attack, and my
fumity nnd neighbors became alarmed,
believing that certainly I would not sur
vive, when a neighbor, who had some
knowledge, or hud heard 01 the mull,
cine, sent lo Aberystwiih by the driver
of the Omnibus Post, some seven miles
dlslunt, and fetched a bottle ot Mother
Selgel'o Curative Syrup.
This medicine they dininisterec lo
me according to the directions, when to.
thoir suiprtse and delight no less than
my own, the spasm ceased. I beenmo at
ease, and my stomach was calmed. My
bowels weie moved as by a gentlo
catharlic, aud 1 felt a sense of quiet
comfori all ihiough such as I had not
beforo realized in many years. I could
walk around the house and bieathe:
comfortably iu i few hours after 1 liudl
taken the medicine. Ihae continued:
to take tlie medicine dully now loiv
something over two moutliB, and I can-,
lie dowii and sleep sweetly at nighti
and have not since hud a iccuricncuof
thosu terrible Kpasms and sweatings. I
have been so long bioken down and re.
duced in my whole system that I have
not tried to pet form any very hind nut.,
door labor, deeming il be-t to bo pnu
dent lest by ovei.e.erlion I may do m
self Injuiy betoro my strength is fully
restored. I feel that my stomach anil
bowels have been and nro being thoi
oughly renovated and renewed by tho
medicine. In fnct I feel like a new
1 have been niiioh congratulated by
my neighbors, especially by tho good
Vicar ot Lhmrytiyii, who with his sm.
pitthello wife hao conio three miles to
shed teais of joy on my tocovery.
I bado Mr. Pugh good.hye, happy lhat
even one at leusi among thousands had
found a remedy lor an ugginuitlngdis.
believing lids lcmuiknblo case of
Dyspeptic Asthma should bo known to
tho public, I bug to submit tho above
fuels as they aro iclaietl to inn
gram wiyT f. t. vr
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E. O. Hall & Bon, (iu w 'lsuo)"(J0
Dell Telephone, a;t
G. Brewer & Co..
Walluku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
Inter-Ieland S. N. Co.,
L. A. THimSTOtfKlnnli ltrnl.,..
38 Merchant Street 151 ly
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