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THURSDAY. OCT. 7. 188G.
WHAT CANDOR WOULD DO.
"We looked for u correction in this
morning's Afircrtiwr of its yester
day' error respecting the percentage
of increase in the proposed addi
tional taxation ; but could not iind
it. Every innii and every paper is
liable to make mistake1?. Rig mis
takca,like the one referred to. should
bu corrected. The paper falling into
the error, should make the correc
tion, for its own sake and the sake
of its readers. The only manly
course, in this instance, is to confess
the wrong. Mr. Thurston was ac
cused of impudently attempting to
impose upon the native members of
the Legislature by misrepresenting
the percentage of increase pro
nosed. "Whereas he did nothing of
tue kind, lie stated that an addi
tion of 25 cents to the present figure
of 75 cents, on the hundred dollars,
meant an increase of 33ft per cent.
And so it does. The honorable
member has been done a very serious
injustice, which candor would rectify
at the lirst opportunity.
The vote in the Legislative
Assembly this morning, on the mo
tion to print the amended opium bill,
does not really show what members
are respectively for and against the
bill. Several votes will probably
change sides when the vote on the
main question, license or no license,
is taken. The members who arc
desirous of being recorded on the
side of this bill, will be cata
logued in due time.
120th hay. Continued.
THE AI'l'HOr-MATJON DILL.
Ren. Kaulukou moved to take up
certain items in the Interior Depart
ment. Minister Gibson moved to insert
an item, to provide for the celebra
tion of His Majesty's birthday,
$10,000 A committee of the house
had recommended this amount, and
the report was adopted.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the item
Rep. Dole moved the item be in
definitely postponed. The item, in
the present circumstances of the
country was a foolish one. If the
people, out of loyalty to His Ma
jesty spontaneously tendered His
Majesty a celebration, there might
be some sense in it. If there is
anything more melancholy than a
funeral, it is an ofllcial celebration
of this kind. This is nothing but a
move ot the officials in this house.
The Government have already sent
directions to sheriffs and other
ofliccrs to come, with their gifts,
and celebrate the day.
Rep. Kaulukou said the member
for Lihue and Kolon would like to
celebrate liis own birthday or that
of members of his family, and tho
Hawaiian people are similarly (lis
disposed towards their sovereign.
The honorable member for Lihue
and Koloa beems to have a marble
Minister Gibson said he could not
but regard what is done in foreign
countries as concessions to national
sentiment, lie had seen a grand
celebration in New Yoik, at the
time of the laying of the Atlantic
cable. When, subsequently, the
Prince of Wales visited the city, a
similar pageant was ordered by the
city authorities, at the city's ex
pense. If this Assembly, having
tho contiol of the finances of the
country and representing the people,
see lit to order a pageant on the
occasion of His Majesty's flltieth
birthday, , there can be no just
grounds of complaint.
Rep. Dickey moved the ayes and
noes he called on the motion for
The ayes and noes were taken,
when there appeared,
For the motion Gibson, Kanoa,
Creighton, Dare, Kiiihelani, Hush,
Kaae, Hayselden, Liljkalani, Baker,
Araara, Kaulukou, Pahia, Kauna
inano, Nahale, Nahinu, Aholo, Kau
kuti, Kaai, Kauai, Palohau 21. .
. Against Bishop, Kauhi, Wight,
Jickoy, Dole 5,
Tho item passed at 515,000.
Hop. Kaulukou moved the item,
Honolulu Fire Department, 825,000,
Minister Gibson f.nid that the Fire
Department bad dispensed with the
use of horses, and instead of three
engine houses, intended to use but.
two. The charges for these, on
being struck out of the schedule
read the other day, would reduce
tho sum estimated previously to
S37,000, which he thought would be
sulllcient, and moved to insert that
The President said it would not be
treating the committee appointed to
consider the item with respect to
pass tlm item without hearing their
Rep. Pachaolo moved tho report
be read. Carried.
Rop. Dole read tho report of the
committee, recommending the sum
of 837,880 for tho Honolulu Fire
. Rep. Kaulukou said the building
occupied by Company No. 4 is out
of order, and the company need a
new building. The Assembly ought
to see that the Fire Department is
etllciently maintained. He thought
that each company ought to have
horses available for use in case of
lire, especially in the suburbs.
Noble Cleghom said the commit
tee had gone to a good deal of
trouble to enquire into the wants of
the department. The ollicers said
that anymore than two horses would
be superfluous. If the house will
turn to the Minister of Interior's
report they will see what is required
for the period.
Rep. Kaulukou asked if the Chief
Engineer had told the honorable
noble that Company No. ! needed a
Noble Cleghom He said the
building needed some repairs.
Rep. Kaulukou said the Chief
Engineer had told him the company
needed a new bjiilding. If the
ollicers tell one member one thing
and another, something else, it will
be hard to decide what is wanted,
lie would sitppoit the recommend
ation of the committee, and if the
Chief Engineer is not suited, he will
have only himself to blame for it.
Noble Ck'ghorn thought the Gov
ernment ought to be on the look out
for a suitable site for a bell-tower,
etc. The building of the Fire De
partment ought to be on Government
Rep. Kaulukou moved the item
pass at $10,000. Carried.
Minister Gibson moved an item,
for perfecting the Government title
to the ground at Fish Market and
adjoining lots, 5,000. Carried.
Rep. Dole moved to re-insert the
item purchase of new books for the
Honolulu Library, SI, 200. Carried.
Rep. Kauuamano moved to insert,
for purchasing the published and
unpublished works of the honorable
A. Fornauder, $5,000. Mr. For
nander is in possession of many
valuable manuscripts, and it is pro
posed to purchase them from him,
and to publish those he has not
published himself, and afterwards
have the same translated into Ha
waiian. Minister Gibson would support
the motion, but with an amendment.
The sum of S2,500 has already been
voted for tho Judge's book, and as
ho had offered his book and manu
scripts for 5,000, an additional
$2,500 will be sulllcient, He moved
to amend by inserting purchase of
manuscripts of Hawaiian and Poly
nesian literature from the honorable
.Judge Fornauder, $2,500.
Noble Bishop said Judge Fornan
dor had intimated to him his inten
tion of publishing a book from the
manuscripts referred to. and it would
be better to leave the matter in the
judge's own hand. If he should
not live to carry out his purpose, the
manuscripts will be part of his
estate, and can In- purchased then.
Rep. Kauiiainano accepted the
The item passed, $2,500.
Rep. Kaulukou mined to insert,
in the Department of Foreign Affairs,
military engineer, $2,000. Carried.
Rep. Palohau moved to insert an
item, for completing Hie bridge at
Waipolu, Kauai, $500. Carried,
Sections 2, !), -I, and 5, passed.
, Rep. Dickey moved to add to
section fi, "lenders to be opened in
presence of lliono tendering." Lost.
Till! section passed as in the bill.
The enacting clause passed.
Rep. Itichaidsou moved the bill
bo refencd to the revision commit
tee with instruction to report to
House adjourned at 3:39 to 10
o'clock Thursday morning.
Tiiuiimjay, Oct. 7th..
House met at 10 o'clock. Prayer
by the Chaplain. A , quorum was
had at U:lfi. Present: Ministers
Gibson, Creighton, Daro; Nobles
Bishop, Cleghoin, Kiiihelani, Bush,
Walker (President), S. Pmker;
Reps. Hayselden, Lilikalani, Kaulil,
Amarn, Kaulia, Kaulukou, Pahia,
Knunaiaaiio, Wight, Nahale, Aholo,
Kaukau, Richardson, Dickey, Kaai,
Thurston, I'mdiucle, Dole, Kauai,
Minute read and approved.
Minister Gibson announced the
following bills signed by His Majes
An act to amend section 191 of
tho Civil Code, and regulating tho
government water supply,
An act to license pawnbrokers.
An act to amend section 021 of
the Civil Codo relating to licenses.
An act authorizing the Collector
General of Customs to permit'tho
withdrawal of. alcohol in certain
An act to relieve certain articles
of import of customs duty,
An act to continue the subsidy
hitherto granted in aid of mail com
munication between the Hawaiian
Islands and the United States.
An act to amend chapter 20 laws
of 1870, relating to the satisfaction
of Hues and coats In Penal judg
ments. An act to regulate a Hawaiian
Board of Health.
An act to amend chapter -10, ses
sion laws of 1880 for the protection
of parties to contracts.
An act to amend chapter 80 of
the Penal Code, relating to agents.
Beit. Dickey said one of tho bills,
that l elating to withdrawal of alco
hol from the Custom House had not
passed .the Assembly. A motion
was carried to re-consider the vote
by which the bill had pnssed the
third reading. Ho moved the re
consideration of the bill be placed
on the speeial order to-day.
Noble Bush leported back the
Appropriation Bill from the Revision
Rep. Kauiiamaiio lead a report of
the Sanitary Committee on the bill
to regulate the impoitatiou and sale
of opium, recommending certain
amendments, and that the bill pass
with these amendments.
The main amendment proposed is
that instead of two licenses at $40,
000 each, one license be granted at
Rep. Thurston moved the amended
bill be printed.
After a lengthened debate on the
motion and on points of order, in
which Reps. Thurston, Kaulukou,
Dole, Kaunamano and Aholo took
part, the motion to have the bill
printed was put and lost on tho
For--Bishop, Clcghorn, Bush,
Kauhi, Pahia, Wight, Nahale,
Diekev, Kaai, Thurston, Paehaole,
Against Gibson, Kanoa, Dare,
Kaae, Hayselden, Lilikalani, Amara,
Kaulia, Kaulukou, Kaunamano, Na
hinu, Aholo, Kaukau, Riciiaidson,
Kauai, Palohau l(i.
Minister Dare moved the bill be
made special order for Satur
Hep. Wight moved an amendment
that it be special order for Monday.
Minister Dare accepted the amend
ment. Rep. Hayselden moved it be
special order on Friday.
Noble Clcghorn moved it be a
special order on Saturday. Carried.
Re). Richardson reported several
Rep. Thurston moved the Molokai
Committee report on Friday. He
did not think the house was doing
its duty to the lepers. Several
petitions had been received, and
after several weeks delay, the mem
bers had visited the settlement.
Tho chairman of the committee
seems to he devoting all his time to
the opium bill. The lepers have
soino rights as well as opium
smokers. There is money in opium,
but no money in lepers, which prob
ably accounts for the backwardness
of the chairman of the Sanitary
Committee on this report.
It being reported that there was
not a quorum present, the house ad
journed at 11:40 to 1 :30 v. m.
St. Louis, Sept. 28. Advices
from the southwestern coast of
Texas, particularly in the region
about the mouth of the Rio Grande,
and from interior points, give ac
counts of a great rainstorm and
much destruction of property during
the past week.
mspoypjty or a comkt.
Boston, Sept. 20. A cable dis
patch from the Cape of Good Hope,
through Dr. Kruger at Kiel, Ger
many, announces the discovery of a
comet at the Cape on the 2(lth inst.,
by Professor Finley,
Charleston (S. C), September
28. At 1 :02 o'clock this afternoon
there was a sharp shock of earth
quake, .accompanied by detonation
and a very perceptible vibration.
No injury was done. The direction
of the wave was from north to south.
Its duration was about h seconds.
Leipsic, September 28. Fnf
hundred socialists to-day made a
demonstration by marching through
the streets with the expelled socia
list leader Schumann at their head,
waving red Hags and denouncing the
Government. Tho police attacked
the procession and attempted to
capture the red Hags. The socia
lists beat the ollicers back and after
a stubborn light, in which many on
both sides were wounded, the police
got re-enforced and returned. This
timo they succeeded in dispersing
the socialists, capturing spyen,
Paris, September 28. A riot took
place to-day during the unveiling
and dedication of the statuo of
Arniand Barhcs, the ox-Republican
colleague of Blauqul, at Carcas
sonne, in the Department of Aude.
London, Sept. 28 Tho steamer
Suffolk, from Baltimore, went ashore
in a fog off Lizard point to-day.
She has broke;) up somewhat and
part of the cattle on board have
been floated out. She is expected
to he a total wreck. If tho weather
continues favorable a portion of the
cattle may bo saved. Tho crew left
tho stranded steamer in three boats,
and were in a perilous position till
they met lifeboats from shore, to
which they were transferred and
landed in safety.
CONFESSION OF A MURDERER;
St. Lous, Sept. 14. Arthur
Arbiilhnol, alias Al ViUman, nlias
Charles Walker, alias Parsous, re
cently arrested at Covington, Tenn.,
has confessed to the Sheriff of that
country of having murdered the late
Mayor Bowman of East St. Louis on
the 20th of last November. The
Sheriff has sent the confession to
the St. Louis authorities. It reads
as follows: "During tho early pari
of November, 1885, 1 was visiting
in East St. Louis, and while walking
in the outskirts of the town about
dusk one evening 1 was approached
by a well-dressed man of pleasing
manner, who stopped and conversed
witli mo. After awhile he asked me
if 1 wanted to make some money.
I told him yes. 1 was pretty hard
up and so I was ready to do most
anything. He said there was a man
in East St. Louis whom he wanted
put out of the way. I told him 1
was his man and could make ar
rangements to kidnap his victim.
He said he did not want him kid
napped, but put out of the way.
I said 1 would murder the man lor
S3,000. If I was to bo hanged at
all I wanted to sell myself ior a
decent amount. I didn't intend to
commit murder, however. I meant
to kidnap the man and keep him in
an asylum. By this means could
extort money from my captive and
my principal at the same time.
"I made an appointment to meet
him again, ami at this second inter
view I learned that my employer
was a Vice-President of a railroad
company, and also discovered his
place of residence. Final arrange
ments were made and I then agreed
to do the job for 82,500. 1 started
immediately for New York, and
while there made arrangements with
'Dandy Jim' and 'Striped Charley'
Blake to assist me. Qn tlte 19th ot
November I went back to East St.
Louis anil there completed Hie
details of my scheme, I bought a
bulldog revolver, a 5-shooter of 44
caliber, and two long hunting
knives. I didn't intend, 1 want it
understood, to murder Bowman,
but only bought tho weapon to
defend myself if ho should resist
my attempt to kidnap him. That
evening 1 met the railroad Vice
President by appointment, and while
we were talking together Mr. Bow
man passed by. 'There is the
man,' said my companion, 'that I
want you to put out of the way.'
He gave me his photograph so that
I could make no mistake.
"On tho next night my plans were
complete, except that 1113 accom
plices had not arrived. I stationed
a hack near Bowman's house, in
which it was my intention to drive
him to an asylum, where I had
made arrangements for his confine
ment. I then concealed myself near
a lumber pile in front of Air. Bow
man's house and waited. I soon
perceived the gentleman walking in
1113' direction, and when he came
opposite I sprang out in front of
him and presented my pistol in
front of his faco and commanded
Hi in to halt. He seized my hand
and I told him to let go, that I was
not going to kill him nor take his
money. He dropped my hand and
stepped away ' a foot or two and
called for the police. In order to
quiet him I raised my revolver and
fired. He fell face downward and
I then knew that I had hurt him
worse than I had intended. I did
not even then comprehend that I
had killed him. I only intended to
disable him, place him in. the car
riage and take him to an asylum.
I walked up to his body and found
that he was dead. I then started
to escape and had gonp but a short;
distance when I met my employer.
He then paid ine niy money and we
went to his house in St. Louis and
spent the remainder of tho night.
Early in the morning, disguised as
a woman, I took the first train for
The confession then details his
travels through the South and his
final arrival at Covington, Tenn.,
and his subsequent arrest. He
states that he makes the confession
voluntarily, simply because of a
guilty conscience, ile knows his
employer and his piaco of residence,
and could easily identify him if ho
should ,over sec him again, Ho
refuses to disclose the Vice-President's
name, but promises to do so
when the proper time shall arrive.
S. V. Bulletin.
A NOVEL CASE.
Bordeaux has been in a state of
excitement about the trial before
the Assize Court thero of a Domini
can named Pierre Brochard, a Doc
tor of Theology, and a remarkably
fine-looking nmn pf thirty-live, wili
a long brown beard of exceptional
luxuriance. The indictment sols
forth that the a 1st of March last a
malefactor entered tho Dominican
Monastery at Lille and with tho aid
of false koya succeeded in opening
the safo, in which money, Stock Kx
cliango securities and other property
were kept. He carried off twelve
debentures of Austrian Rente worth
80,000 francs, and upward of !),000
francs in bank i)qtes and gold. This
robbery must have been committed
by a person familiar with the mon
astery, as no window was broken,
nor was any noise heard by any one
belonging to tho house. Pierre
Brochard, it was further set forth,
lef tho building tho evo of the
robbery, and the 13th of May
assumed the name of Berthier, went
to the olllco of M. Molina, a money
changer ot Bordeaux, and sought to I
get several Russian debentures cash
ed. As notice had been received by
the money-changers of Bordeaux not
to pay the stolen bonds, M. Molina
finding the numbers were the same as
those on the list sent by the Domini
cans of Lille, caused Pierre Broohard
to Co arrested. The monk, on being
iuierrogatcd, owned that he had
been enabled by false keys, which a
Lille locksmith manufactured for
him on tho model of the reaones, to
open the iron safe of the order. He
committed the robbery the night
after ho left the monastery, when
all the inmates were in bed, simply
by unlocking every door that caino
in his way. On quilling Lille he
decided to renounce an ecclesiastical
life. He simulated suicide by leav
ing Ins monastic suit on the bank of
a river, where it was found. He
swam to the other side, and, as he
had prepared the brotherhood for
suicide, they concluded, when his
frock and undo clothing were found,
that he had drowned himself. Then,
under the name of Berthier, he pro
ceeded to Bordeaux, and told every
one he met about the suicide of the
monk Brochaid, so that he was
never suspected of the robbery, and
would not. have been detected but
for the money-changer noticing the
numbers of the Austrian debentures.
Nothing could he more full than
tho avowal. On the Judge asking
whether he had anthing to add in
extenuation of his offense, he said
that ho had a grave malady which
science was powerless to cure, and
that owing to its effects on his brain
he was unable to pi each. It was
under the influence of this derange
ment thai he planned and executed
tho robbery which he owned, ho
went about in a cool and cautions
manner that seemed incompatible
with the menial state he described.
His crime was abominable, and his
repentance was deep and bitter. A
Dominican biothor was called by
Brochard's counsel as a witness of
the circumstances of the robbery,
lie knew nothing beyond what had
been confessed, but he informed
the jur- that according to ihe civil
law there had been no robbery, all
things being in common in a monas
tery. Brochard had perhaps taken
more than his share, and premature
ly, out ol a fund of which he was
a co-proprietor, for under tho decree
for the expulsion of the religious
orders this money was divided
equally among the brethren, who
weic to be regarded as a religious
family. The presiding Judge indig
nantly protested against this theory,
but it went hoinp to the jurors, who
returned a unanimous verdict of
acquittal. London News.
Executor's anil Trustee's
By ( r.lor of A .1. OAKT WRIGHT, Sn.,
Ihe executor iindTnutn- of the lusl will
nml testament 1 1 EMMA KALKLEONA
TAM, d.:oeaei, we will set1 nt Public
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13th,
At. 10 o'clock a. in.
Al the late residence, corner Nuuanu and
Beretania Sis., the following
4 Memo Feather Leis
3 E E Feather Lois,
9 Puo Feather Leis,
21 Pauku Feather Lois,
6 Wlli Feather Leis,
1 Elegant Etagerc.
1 Bust, "Queen Victoria,"
An assortment of
JEW B3 J, JX. Y !
Consisting of Gold Lnckfa,
Gold Kings, 1 Pool IHiil'.
I Ktnomld Bin-.', Gold Watcher,
Bangle-", (Jhuihs, Eic, uho,
Oil Lurco Slate Garriap
53?" Tho articles will ho on view on
TUESDAY, October lith.from 10 o'clock
a ni. to :1 p. in.
Having now pwnl Into Bio linnils
of ii'spoiihil.le paiiies is picpuidl al
t-liou notice in do nil Washing in 11 Su
perior Manner. A coini Icralilo
has been mi do from t'm j-eulc
former rules, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor tlio Ks'alillsliniunt
with n trial. notf
rJ?G jbOEZTZXTJS !
Kx Hklao W. H.PImond, consisting
of a Imo lot of
Now Stylo?, Several Sols of Now
Harney, and Lot of Whips.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
By or.lor ot the Sillors' Homo Society,
1 will sell lit Public Auction
Wodnosday, October 13th,
At 10 o'clock 11. in., al t lie building
known as ihii ballots' Home,.JloiohaiH
Street, the wliol of the
li1 TJ .Efc IV I rJT TCJ K. OE
Contained hi mid building, con.
l ting of
HeiUtuiid', MiiitrciM", Feather Pil
lows Sheets nml Quill, Toilet Sets,
Chair., Tables, Minors, Matting,
MoMiiito Nut, l.aiiit, Stove ami
Kltciiua Uli-11 lis.
And at 12 o'clock noon, all ol t lie
(Hxcopt the Foundations of Stone)
Roofed With Slate.
TlieTcnnof Hie stdo aio Oiili, nul
Hiilliliug' in lie vniircly icinoved within
Ifi tliiys nlt't sale, mid possession will bo
ASSIGN IfiK'S NOTICE.
riAHK UNDB. MONKI) having beer.
JL. ai pointed Assignee of the o3tato of
Leo Vhi Kee, ut Knu, Hawaii, a bink.
nipt, all persons Indebted to said is.
title tiro hereby notified lo pay the same
immediately to the umlcMlcrieil.
W. O PAltKE, Asdgnec.
Honolulu, Oct. it, 1S81S. 50 4l
New Photograph Iiooms.
OVRH Nlehol's store, Fort strict,
next, ihti Shooting Gallery, Pic
lures, Pom rults and views. Fiist-elass
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
0 1j .J. A. OONSALVES.
MR. MAX ECKART lmsi
Ills .luWl'll V jMllllllfilCtOIV
Slit'it, just 'ibovu the Shooting Gallery,
where he will curry on his regular busi-
lll!. 48 1111
ISS TUCK being no longer em-
ploynl ut Jits. Luck s Art Iiooms.
.Mis Nichol will us-umc clinige unci at.
lend to a I otdcis for Stamping anuEm.
brolilen. Kmbioidcry Lessons ut a re
duced lale for the Holiday Season.
Mnteiiiilb for fancy wot k on hand; full
shadings ia Silks, Aii'ii-ciios, Chtnillcs,
etc . etc.
riuinklng ii'ir cast' mvrt for pnst pa.
tinuagu wo i.sk for a coali nance of the
3:11110. Ordeis In 111 thu other Islands
promptly attended to. 48 tf
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNISHED Oil UNFURNISHED.
A. Cottng.j on Lanalilo and Pllkoi
.Stieds, lurnislied complete for House
keeping. Vao of horse and carriage;
large garden. Apply to
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
48 tf -Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT COKNER OF FORT AND
School slreuis, belonging to Mr.
. Loulsson. Enquire at tho oftlee of
M. S. GUINBAUM & CO.,
28 Im Queen Sticets.
The Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on bund for sale
Steam FaniUy and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
415 Bar Iron. fly
Fop Yokoli ama & floug Kon
The Spleniljil Al lion Strain Ship
Will rail for Yokohama nml Hong Kong
ou or about
OCTOBER 7th, '86.
A. fi O'olootc i. m.
For freight nnd passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO, Agents.
AVIXJDISIfc'ss fJ. a. CO.,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday ut
4 p.m., touching ut Labaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makcna, Mabukona, Ku
walbae, Laupabooboe and Uilo. .
Returning, will touch at all the
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
fHtb RhIuh'H' .Hl'Mi'.mi
New York Line !
MTSSRS. W. II. GROSSMAN & BltO.
will lmvu an Al vmaal loading in
this Liiio to lenvo in all N vemb'r.
Tho greater part of orders sent f invard
by Mail of October Sard, will probibly
be i i sei sou,
45 CASTLE & COOKE, AgeaU.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Hivo just received a few more
The White Mouse,
3Vo,;il8 Nmumii Htveot,
Honolulu, II. I,
Private Family Hotel; Terms lleason
able; First-class Accommodations.
M. W. SANDERS, Proprietor,
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Great ExuitcniGiit in Wales
about a IVlarvellous Cure.
Living Six Yunru Without
Going to Bcl,
Mil. Editoh: While spending a few
days at thu plenum! M-asldr lowu uf
Aberystwilh, Ciimluiiiirhiii-,. Wales, 1
heard riliiliil what tieimil to me cither
a fabulous mon 01 u miiicllmis cute.
The story was I tint u poor tiillVrrr who
hail not liLcn able in lie down In Led lor
six long ycais, given ii. .o ilio by i,l 1(.
Doctois, had been spu-tlily enrol bv
home I'ateni Icillelne. It n iclntell
with tho uioro Implicit coiilklciiec fioni
the circumstance, as wax suiil, iliut tbu
Vicar of Llanrynjd iw Inmllbir with
the tacts, ami could vouch ut Ihe truth
of tho report.
Having a little curlnt.lt to know how
such stories grow in triuelling, 1 look
the liberty while at the village m 1 1 m.
ryttyd to call upon the Vkiu, the 1U.
T. Evans, and to cmiulic ulmi I this
wonderful cure, 'llinuuliu teal ttian.
ger lo hliu, both ho nml his witu most
graciously enteitibud me In a half
hour's con verMiiiuii, pi Ineipally touching
the eiii-o of Mr. Piigh, in which thuy
seemed to lake a deep ami sympathetic
uituiRSt, having belli fiiuillltir with hU
Buildings, and now rcjoicetl In what
seemed to ihcin a niol leuiaikablu cute.
The Vlour umtiikcil thai hepiesimied
his nninu had been eunncelul with the
report fiom his having mentioned the
case to Mr. John Thoiiuis, ii (liemisi of
Llanou. Ho t-alil .Mr. 1'iigh was former
ly a leshleaiof theli palish, but was now
living in the pails-b of l.lauililclnol.
Ho strongly vouched Mr. Win. l'ugh's
character n- a npi-ctal lu fanner and
woithy of credit. I loll thu venerable
Vicar with a livelier s-eusu of lliu happy
relation of u pastor and people, feeling
thai he was iiuu who truly sympiithbeit
with all who aiu allllcttd minimi, body,
On my return lo Abcrjstwltli, 1 was
impre.snd with a dcMiu tot.ee Mr. Pimh,
whose reputation stood v0 high. His
faun is called Piuicoiii.Miiw r, signifying
"above" the. dingle," situated near the
summit of a smooth lotind hill, over,
looking a beautiful valley in which is
situated the lovely ivyniiintled Chinch
of l.ltimkluinol. I louiul Sir. Piigh,.
apparently about 'lOyears old, of uiuVium,
height, lather slight, with a pleiitantanil
intelligent face. 1 lold him 1 hud heard
of his gieat affliction and of his icmark-.
able and almost, iniiaculous icllef, anil
that I had come to learn from his own.
lip, what there was of iiuth in the re
Mr. Piigh remarked that his neigh,
bors had taken a kindly and symp
athetic interest in his case lor many
years, but of late their interest hail been
greatly awakened by a happy change in.
bis condition. What you rcpott as hav.
ing heard abroad, s,ni! he, is substiuit.
hilly title, wiih one exception. 1 never
understood that my case was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician. I
have been treated by seveinl Doctors
hereabouts, as good as any In "Wale, but
unfoitunately no proscription of tbcirs
ever brought the desired relief.
Fifteen years ago, lie said, I ilrbt be
came conscious ot a sour and deranged
stomach and loss ol appetite, which tho
Doctors told mo was Dyspepsia. What
food I could hold in iny'stoniach seem
cd to do me no good and was often
thrown up with painful retchings. This
was followed after a time with a hoarse
ness and a raw soreness of the tin oat
which tho Doclois called bronchitis,
and I was treated for that, but with,
little success Then came shortness of
breath and a sense of suffocation, espe
cially night's, with clammy sweat, and X
would have to get out of bed and some,
times open a door or window hi winter
weather to till my lungs with the cold
About six yents ago I becamo so bad
that I could not sleep in bed, but had to.
take my unquiet rest and dreamy sleep
sitting in an aimchair. My alHiction,
seemed lo he winking downward into,
my bowels as well as upwards into my
lungs and throat. In the violent cough
ing spasms which grow more frequent,
my abdomen would expand and collapse
and nt. times it Would seem that 1 should
suffocate. All this lime 1 win, n-dticeit
in strength bo that 1 could perform nu
hard labor and niy spiiits ivtm conse.
quontly much depies-n-d.
Early in this lust spring I hud a still
more severe spasmodic attack, and my
family and neighbois becainu alarmed,
believing that ceitainly I would not sur.
vivo, when u neighbor, who bad soma
knowledge, or had heard of the medK
cine, sent to Aberystwilh by thu driver
of thi) Omnibus Post, somo seven miles
distant, and fetched u bottle of Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup. .,
This medicine they dinbnsterec lo
me according to the directions, when to
their surprise and deljght no less than
my own, the spasm cc'iiscd. I became al
case, and my stomach was calmed. My
bowels wuie moved as by a gentle
cathartic, and 1 felt a scneo of quiet
comfort all through such as I had not
beforo realized in many years. I could
walk around the houso and breathe
comfoilahly in n few houis after 1 had.
taken the medicine. Ihnwi continjicd
to laku the medicine daily now for
something over two mouths, and'I can,
lie down and bleep sweetly at njghts,,
and have not since had a u-currencu of'
those terrible spasms and sweatings. I.
have been bo long biokcn down and re.
duced in my whole system that I liava,
not tried lo perform any vciy hard out
door labor, deeming it biM to bo pru
dent lest by overexertion I may do my
self liijiiiy before niy btrenglh is fully?
restoicil. 1 feel that my stomach and;
bowels have been and are being thor
oughly renovated and icnewcd by tho
medicine. In fact I feel like a new
I havo boon much congratulated by
my neiyhbors, especially by tho gooU
Vicar of Llanryslyd, who with his sym.
pathetic wife hau comii three miles to
shed tears of joy on my recovery.
I b tdo Mr. Piigh good.byc, happy that
oven one at least among thousands hud
found a icmedy for an aggiavating dis.
llullcvlng this remarkable case of
Dyspcpilo Asthma should bo known to
tho public, I beg to submit tho above
facts as they aiu totaled to me
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Wailuku Sugar Co., 1)7 100
Wainianalo, 170 100
Star Mill. J-'fi fiOO
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Ico Company, Q 87 100
Inter.Ieland S. N, Co., 105
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