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it gjjmaj & ukiiu,
TUESDAY, OCT. 20, 1880.
Sehr I.cahl f i din Ilnimlcl
Slim Jas Makcu fiom Kauai
Stinr Iwiilnn! for Lalinlim. Mnalnca,
Koim mill Kim lit 10 a. ji.
Stinr Klnnu for Windwaid Port
Stinr .In Makeo for Kauai at 5 i si.
Sehr Kaiilkcnoull for Koliala
Sehr Lcnhl for llaimlcl
The steamer .las Makee Is receiving n
new inain!ill, her old one having split
while In the channel lnt night.
The steamer .las Makee balls at 5
o'clock to-moirow afternoon on her
own and the Iwalanl's route. Pursers
JJoss and Footer go on her and she is
expected back .Sunday morning.
Captain Bates and Captain Freeman
left by the steamer Iwalani this morn
ing Thobaikcntlne Ella sailed yestei day
for San FraneUeo with 0,":i;i bags of
sugar, valued at $in,iiw.24:
For Maul and Hawaii, per Iwalani,
October 20 D Holt and wile, Hon J II
Nahale, Judge Jones and daughter, I)r
Craddoek, 11 Uiltto, J Soua and 75
For San FrnucNco, per 1211a. October
2.") Airs A Pfcrdner, Mrs MoCaitney.
For Maul, per TJkelikc, October'25
Brother Bertram, Bev Father A Young,
ltev J Paaluhi and wife, Mrs Torbcit.
AV T Hhoads, 13 Hoffmann. O Wilder,
Hon A P Paehaolc, and -10 deck.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Hope, Pcnhallow
Bk Star of Devon, Lovcll
Bk Caibaiien, Peikins
31gtne Clans Sprcckcls, Drew
Bktne G C Perkins, Ackeriiian
5er bark Pacillc, Oltinan
Urit bk Ironcrag, Jones
American bark Saranae, from New
York, fcailedJuly 13th, dueh'eieXov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooko.
Brit baikWIl Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, due here Octobei
20th-Nov 1st, to Schnefer & Co.
Am bk Maltha Davis, F M. Benson,
bailed, from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer it Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, IJollcston, from
Liverpool, due hcie, Jan 15-31, to
Davics fc Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakcly, due hero Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am baik Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aiig 28, due lere Jan 15-30,
to Schacfer & Co.
' Brit bark Lady Lampoon, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub Hansaiii) will be ready to-
morrow, at 0 o'clock.
A HimfcESQUE tioup, selected by
Mr. Eddie Williams at San Francisco,
is expected here by the next steamer.
, Captain Cluney is again owner of
Joe Dakc, having bought the horse
from Captain llobion, for racing pur
poses. , m
The stockholders of the People's
Ice and Refrigerating Company will
be entitled to another dividend to
morrow. Nathaniel Kaiaikawaha, who
bought tho buildings of the Sailors'
Homo foif 105, being unable to pay,
transferred the sale to Mr. Allen
Herbert at the tame liguie.
A diij.iaud match, between Mr.
Saylor and Mr. MeClecry, has been
.arranged for Friday night, at tho
Hawaiian Hotel. Five hundred points
will be played for $100 aside. Balk
Two paintings, one of Abraham
Lincoln and tho other of Chief
Justice Leo, are on view at the Hono
lulu Libiary and Reading Rooms.
The paintings belong to the Makee
. , .-.
Keawe, one of tho Hawaiian Band
boys, stations himself on Saturday
nights at the Innnigiant Depot, and
with the assistance of three pleasant
looking native gills, sells peanuts,
oranges, lemonade, ginger ale etc. to
night bathers, who visit Kapiolani
Hariiv McChesney and McGillin,
iveio charged in tho Police Court
this morning with larceny of about
i800, tho property of MeChcbney &
Son, on 22 inst. Harry McChesney
pleaded guilty and was committed
to Supremo Court. McGifllnwas re
manded until 28th hist., by request
of Mr. Neumann, his attorney.
It was whispered this inorningthat
Mr. Wm. l'Jluger, who left by the
Mariposa Saturday, had been called
to Germany for military purposes,
and that other Get man lesidents at
Honolulu would nloo ho called homo.
On enquiring of leading Germans, it
was ascertained that the rumors wcie
founded on fiction.
Thkki: canio near being a
accident, Sunday morning,
tho iiio on tho Hall. Tho
Hobo Go.'h reel, diawn by a man on
hort.0 back, came thundering down
tho street, and when near thowhuif
was let go. It ran with gieut violence
into tho loel of Engine Co. No. 2,
knocking tilings tip feiilo down.
SECOND MfiAMf MATCH.
The second match game of bil
liards, between Mr. McGleery and
Mr. Saylor, was played last night, at
the Hawaiian Hotel, and was more
largely attended, and more eargerly
watched, than the former game,
Great 'onrne&tness and enthusiasm
were exhibited by the spectators
throughout the play, the respective
'd iiiWf ,,
players bclhgeiiei'gellcitlly applauded
whenever superior play wns shown.
The match was for S250 n side, the
game being fiOO points. Mr. Mc
Clcery won by 101 points. Follow
ing is the scoic:
Mr. Saylor 1, C, 0, 1, 1G, 3G,
233, 10, 2, 20, 71300.
Mr. MeClecry 0, 28, 70, 0, 0,
Ml, 0, 0, 10, 13, 81, lift f.00.
A chance to take up half a million
dollars of the New Government
Loan is offered by the Minister of
Mr. C. N. Arnold lias been ap
pointed lload Supervisor-in-Cliief for
the Island of Hawaii. His Deputies
are W. II. Kailitnai, North Koliala;
S. Kunaliaku, South Koliala; M.
Luinaheiliei, Haniakua; I). Knmai,
North IIilo,and J. Moore, Eastllilo.
Hon. C4. II. Talohau has been ap
pointed Road Supervisor-in-Chicf
for the Island of Kauai.
CRAND CLOSING SALE.
The Temple of Fashion S. Colin
& Co. is about to have a great
"clearing out" sale, to commence
on November the 1st. An auction
sale will be held every Saturday
night, up to the 31st of December,
on which date the clearing out sale
will terminate. Particulars of the
goods to be sold will be found in an
advertisement in to-day's Bui.i.kmin.
PICTURES BY FURNEAUX.
Three paintings of the Volcano,
by Furneatix, are on view at Mr. J.
Williams' photographic parlors.
The principal picture is about two
and a half feet high by about four
and a half feet wide. When looking
at this painting, a sea of dark
rocks, with fierce fitful fire spouting
up through crevices, is seen. Adja
cent mounds arc all aglow with the
reflection of molten lava, while the
space away from the glare of
nature's furnace is veiled in sub
lime darkness. A young moon
hangs low ; the playful yet treach
erous burning lava seems to increase
and subside, by turns; phantom
shadows appear, and the gazer's
mind is lured away to the utter
awfulness of hell on earth.
DEATH OF BROTHER LAMBERT.
We regret to announce the death
of brother Lambert, one of the staff
of teachers of St. Louis College,
which took place at the Malulani
Hospital, Wailuku, Maui, last Tues
day from consumption. The de
ceased was born at Cleveland, Ohio,
in I85G, and graduated at St. Mary's
Seminary, Dayton, Ohio, in 187G.
Brother Lambert came to the Islands
in 1881 as instructor of music at St.
Louis, College, but principally on
account of his health, which was
never very good. Since January of
this 3'car he had been getting worse,
but kept at his work until July, when
he was compelled to give up and
went to Wailuku. Deceased was an
accomplished musician and made
many friends by his kind and affable
manners. Brother Albert succeeded
him as instructor of music at St.
Louis College. The funeral of the
deceased took place at Wailuku last
Wednesday. P. C. Advertiser.
Last number of O Litso Ha
waiian o comes out with an engrav
ing of the Chinese Church, and
article thereon, in which highly
complimentary reference is made to
Mr. F. W. Damon, Superintendent
of the Chinese Mission, with his
accomplished lady and fellowworker
in the mission. The Luso thus
shows a laudable disposition to
educate its readers in the mainten
ance of friendly relations with other
nationalities on the Islands, as well
as to take an intelligent interest in
what is transpiring about them, and
will certainly do good work in these
ways: for people who know each
other will soon learn tp interest
themselves in each other's welfare.
The general tone of this paper
bping of a high character, it is
growing in popularity and useful
ness, and the more so, as it is now
published weekly. The two last
numbers contain interesting articles
on tho new agricultural society for
buying, leasing and mortgaging
lands. The Portuguese Commis
sioner is an active promoter of this
society, and it seems to have met
with an enthusiastic reception among
the Portuguese. Numerous corre
spondents from the other Islands as
well as in IIouolulu, also show-that
the people take well to the paper,
making it not only a good news
paper, but also a very useful adver
Uefore 1'reston, J. The court
was occupied to-day in the hearing
of divorce suits. The application
of Nordberg (w) for a divorce from
Nordberg (It) W113 granted. Kinney
& Peterson for Plaintiff.
The next case was that of Ilila
hila (w) vs. Kananm (It) for di
vorce, llosa for plaintiff. The
case was in progress during tho
THE SUPREME COURT AT CHAMBERS.
hkfoiii: JUI1I1, C. J.
Tho suit of the Pacilio Navigation
Company vs. Allen and Robinson,
commenced yestotday, is still in
progress. Tho suit arises out of the
pollision resulting in the sinking of
the steamer Jas. J. Dowsett, in Juno
last, by collision wjth the echooner
jnkl, , i-tli . ..,. -vsJ
The defendants also
bring a cross suit for damages to the
Messrs. Neumann, Whiting,
Creighton and Thurston for libel
lant, and Messrs. Dole, Kinney &
Peterson and Bickcrton for lespon
dents. PUCET SOUND NEWS.
Captain Pcnhallow, master of the
bark Hope, reports business boom
ing at Pugct Sound. Mills are
rulTning at full time, and the Sound
is crowded with shipping. The
Port Hadlock Mill, formerly owned
by Messrs. Kennedy, Turner, and
Shaw, and known as the Noith
Western Co., has been sold to a
Mr. Adams, formerly owner of
Washington Mill, at Seabeck, for
about 5130,000. Master Ernest
Wodchouse is still employed at
Port Gamble Mill. He has proved
himself such an elllcicnt worker that
he is to be promoted to a store dur
ing holidays. Walter McBryde was
still at Little Stookum, when the
Hope left. Walter is running a
store, acting postmaster and con
stable for the Little Stookum village.
A WONDERFUL CLIMB.
A Styrian steeple jack performed
an extraordinary feat at midnight
on August 17th in honor of the
birthday of the Emperor of Austria,
says the European Mail. "At an
early hour next morning the report
spread through Vienna that a large
Hag was to be seen floating from the
topmost extremity of the gilt cross
that surmounts the steeple of St.
Stephen's Cathedral. The steeple,
which rises to a height of -150 feet,
culminates in a point, on which a
gilt cross, measuring, with the globe
beneath it, about 14 feet. 'It is
quite inaccessible, excepting by
means of special scaffolding, which
would have to be erected from at
least 100 feet below. At first the
report was discredited, but the
whole town soon turned out to
verify it. It was found to be cor
rect. At 12 o'clock on the previous
night a Styrian, named Pirchcr, and
by trade a repairer of church
steeples, arrived at St. Stephen's
place with a large parcel containing
a black and yellow flag, with the
inscription 'Long live Kaiser Franz
Joseph.' Taking off his shoes, he
began to climb the lightning con
ductor which rises from the ground
to the summit of the gilt cross. It
was a moonlight night, and he was
soon discovered from the street be
low. The awe-stricken spectators
imagined they were in presence of
a somnambulist, and did not venture
to call out to him, but fetched the
police and a small detachment of
the fire brigade with canvas sheets
and fire escapes complete. It was
impossible to reach him with the
latter, so the sheets were spread out
in case he should fall. But on he
climbed, resting now and then upon
the iron bars that fix the lightning
donductor to the masonry of the
steeple. About half way up there
is a watchman, who is in telegraphic
communication with the central fire
brigade, and reports to them any
outbreak within sight of his post of
observation. He was terrified on
August 17th on seeing a human
figure pass his wiudow in silence and
continue his way aloft. He not un
naturally inquired of Pirchcr what
his business was, to which the latter
replied, 'Don'fmake a fuss. I am
only going to put a flag in the
Kaiser's honor. I shall be do,wn
again directly.' He accomplished
his perilous undertaking without
accident, and thus performed one of
the most astounding gymnastip feats
on record. There have been one or
two similar instances befpre, but in
none of them has the descent been
effected in the same way, the others
having alighted on the square tower
level with the roof, coming down
thence by the stone staircase. A
telegram was despatched to the
Emperor, informing His Majcsty'tof
Pircher's intrepid feat. Pircher is
a cripple, having broken his left
foot by a fall while engaged in re
pairing a church roof some years
ago. He is saia to have climbed
at reahonnhlo prices
ICE CREAM of tho Purest and Hich
eet quality fiom ono quart to any
quuntity upwards are delivered packed
in ice, from 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
x- m., freu of charge to any part in Hono.
lulu and suburbs by tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Hukeiy
5,00 ONLY i tho prleo charged
for Two Gallons of liny flavored
rich and always fresh niiulo Steam Ice
Cream, guaranteed to he absolutely pure
ornopiyat tho Pioneer Steuni Candy
Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream Itooins.
Practical Coul'eclloner and Onift.
inenter, Hotel St., Ilet. Fort & Nuuauu
M. Hawaiian and Bell Telephones,
No. 14, 4U tf
PiCTtntK Frames and Cornices
made to older, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc? King Bros'. Art Store.
Pathonizk Homo Industry by buy
ing "cigars of J. W. Hinglcy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho 'Crystal Soda
"Works, Svbere io js prepared tp till all
orders at tho lovcst possible whole
sale prices. Iblaud onions solicited
and promptly Tilled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these, cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel btreet,
m,, .aSyfo. 'Hfcjjfcftft tVm
Mer-MaM S. I. Co.,
The Best l:onte
to tho World Kcnownud
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and nuuueh
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
FBI DAY, November 8th.
The steamer pasos along tho cnttic
coast of the IcewnrJ side of Haw ill, af.
fording tourists u pnnoramii of charm
ing scenery, and will slop at Keiiluke.
ktta Bay, whore sulllcleiit time is allow
ed to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by ihls'routc rench Punnluu
at fi o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one nlghi on the
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punnluu tlieie Is the
HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from theru tourists will be convoyed
by railroad to Pnhalii, thence ly ttttgc
coach to Half-way Home, whcio horses
and guides will be in attendance to con
vey them to the Vol' uno.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volenim House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expence3.
Apply to HAHKY AKM1TAQE,
Agent, at Williams' Photogiapli Gallery,
Fort stri et, or at the office of the 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. fltfOGm
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Snrtnpiirllla
Fruit Snip and Ktsencc;- and
mudejfnnn the jmit; Apple, all of which
we guarantee tn he the best.
8" We iiUo invito parties intendlnc
stalling ttoios fin tho sido of iced
drinks and wishing lountain supplies,
to call ou us hefon- going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Sola Worts,
P.O. Box Hf)7, llnnidulu.
H. IIACKFELTJ & Co.
Having fecuied the Serviiei of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we arc prepared to execute all
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MJ.LT.S.
The White House,
NollS Nuiiiuni Htriicr,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family lloicl; Terms Reason
able; First-class Accommodations.
W. N'.FANDKHS, Proprietor.
STEAM CM FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel St. IBttSr Telephone 74
No. CO Nuuanu Street.
WENNER & CO.
NO. OS XOllT HTItJiJaO".
Constantly ou hand a large assortment
of every description of Jewelry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware. &o,
0!) Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and T7alking-Sticks,
Madu of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
mado ot tbe latest designs.
- fai yirjftfo ,t ,
SPECIAL NOTICE !
Our Entil-i! Sloek nuisf, lm sold out by Incumber let, 1886.
Goods will bo marked down at Cost.
The Sale wiil commence Monday Nov. 1st
: ; Mil!
Gent's, Boys', Youths and
Gent's Furnishing- Goods and
Dry Goods, Dry Goods, Dry Goods, at Cost.
Fancy Goods, Fancy Goods, Fancy Goods, at Cost.
Ladies', Misses', Children's and Infants' Underwear at Cost.
Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, at Cost.
Trunks, Valises, Satchels, etc., at Cost.
We also heg- to state, that in connection with our Clos
ing Out Sale, we shall have AUCTION SALES EVERY
SATURDAY STIGHT, up to the 31st of December. We
invite the general public to note the GREAT BARGAIN'S
we guarantee. Goods Sold for Cash Only.
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, -
HERE WE COME
JJliiewt; Custom. HMCacle
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Ever brought to the-e Islands and which we will s-ell ut the following
lf.O Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, per suit
Men'd Fine Husiness Suits, per suit
" ' All Wool ' Kur.i v.ihie.pirsuit
" Ex Fine Hlack Dress " " " " "
' Working Pauls, per piir
Also an F.x'ra Fine Line of Men's and Boys'
rJ?lic OlMMipeNt and lioKt in tlie IMjivkot.
100 Dozen Unlniiudrii'd Shuts, pt-r piece $ .10 upwaids
10') " Men's Fine Undershirts, per piece 50 '
100 ' " A Idle Drc-nSllhtS pur piicu 115
100 " " AIlAVool Working Shins, ' ' 150
50 " " Straw Hats, per pitci! ",o "
75 ' Boys' " " " " 50 "
W are confident Hint thee prices will satisfy thu mutt iwactiig.
We only udvorliNe wlmt we mean !
Any uiiHuiifuctory article may be returned and the money
will be cheerfully refunded.
Remember the Blue Front, Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
Mm. EGAN AND CO.
Corner of Eort & Merchant Streets,
.1UST RUOinVED, THE FJNKST LINES OP
Custom-Hie Cloii, Cits' Fui'iiisliiu'i Goofls,
HATH, CAPS, ETO, KTO.
Ijiitost SlylcH ami Novelties in Neukwnre.
Also, hy ii-pcali'd and t-peclnl riqtHS', a Hindi
79 & 81 Kii Street
J2ntriiiie:H Irom ICinj uul 31;ieliunt Hw.
Kvery description of work in the ahoo lines performed in a tirst. clues inminer.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
HT Bell Teltphone, 107. tW G'W . (3T Hell Telephone, 107.
FASHION ! !
Hats, tit Cost.
- Opposite Irwin & Co'b
TO THE FRONT !
2 fO upwards,
ii 50 "
f. 00 "
y on "
18 00 '
1 00 "
imoico of the finest huml.inade,
the Eastern markets.
Old Rose Premises,
Hftw'iiOauiogcMdnf'gCo., 00 100
E. O. Hall & Sou,mw issue) 100 100
nell Telephone, 3tf 10
O mower As Co., 101 100
WoodlKWii Daily, 00 100
Wailuku Sugar Co., 07 100
Wulinannlo, 155 100
Star Mill, Ur, GOO
Reciprocity Sugar Co., &0 IOC
Ice Company, 87 100
Inter.Iflniul S. N. C , 103
L A TlllMWTuN, stork Utokui
3 y.i'if.luini -iii'i'i Iit ly
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
I'lfiy Ceiitp a Month.
28 DANIEL LOGAN, Propilnor. ly
A Woman's Mcriif and
A. Volou from -ViiHtrln.
Neir the village of Zinlngdorf, in
Lower Aulr!n, lives Mnrln Ilna, an in
telligent and Imlus-trloiH woman, whose
story of pin skill sullcriiig and final re
lief, an lelaled hy herolf, Is of interest
to English women. "1 was employed,"
she s'axs-, " lu the woik of a large fnrm-hou.-e."
Ovei-woik litoughl on sick
headache, followed hy n deathly faint,
ing and -ickue o the stomach, until I
mi unable to retain either food or
drink I was criupclled to take to my
bed for several wu-ks. Getting a little
better from rcit and quiui, I wuight t
do some work, hut was soon taken wilh
a pain In my M(!u, which in a little
while seemed lospiend over my whole
body, and throbhc I in my every linili.
This was. followed hy a cough and
shortness of breath, until finally"! could
not sew, and 1 took to my bid for the
sicoud, and, as. 1 thought, for the last
time My fi lends told e thai my time
had i mi ly i omu, and Unit I could not
live longer than when thetiecs put on
their gn en ucuinoir. Then I happen
ed to get one of the deiel pamphlet".
I lead It, and my dear niolher bought
me a linitlu ot fcelgol's nyrup, which I
took exactly accoiding to directions.,
ami 1 had not taken the whole of it be
fore I felt a grtai change tor I he belter.
ty lu-t illness becan .June ,.. lfcS2, and
continued to Auuu-t Uih, when 1 liug.iu
to take the .rup. Very soon 1 could
do a little 1 ghl work. The cough left
me, and I was no more tionblcd in
b c.ithing No 1 am purlcc.ly cuied.
And oh, how hupp I ami 1 cannot ex
piess gitniiuile enough for Seigel's
Syrup. Xow 1 mu-.t i-ll you thai the
doelo s in inn distnrt diiillmlcd hand
hills ciuilionilii; people agiiii'-l the
midii hie, telling them il would do them
no good, and man were tln-iuliy inlhi
euceil 10 dcMrn.i the acigel p.implik'ts;
but now, whcievei ono is to lie luund, il
is kept like a relic. '1 he few pie.-ervid
are bonowed to read, and (have lent
mini lor six miles around our distiicl.
People have come eighteen miles to get
me to buy th mcdiriuc for them, know,
ing thai il cured me, and to he sure to
gel the liuhtkind. 1 know a woman
who was looking like death, and who
lold them theic was no help fur her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
but none ci uld help her. I told her of
Seigel's Srup, and wrote the name
down foi her thai hc might make no
mislaku. She took my advice aud the
Syrup, anil now she is "in pel feet health,
aud the people around iii aie umazed.
The medicine has made such progress
in our neighboihnod that people stiy
they don't want the doctor any more,
but they lake the Syr. .p. Stilt'cieis, fmni
trout who were toulhied to their bed and
could hardly move u linger, have beea
cured bv it. Thete is a girl in our dis
trict wlio caught u eold by going
through some water, aud was m bed live
yeurs with Ciblivencss and rheumatic
pains, and had to lnie an attendant to
watch by her. There was nut a doctor
in the surrounding district to whom
tier mother had not applied to relieve
her child, hut ever' one crossed them.
selves and said they could nut help her.
Whenever the little hell rang which is
rung in our pluce when homebody is
dead, we thought surely It was for her,
but Seigel's Syrup ami Pills saved her
life, aud now she is as healthy as any.
body, goes to chinch, and can work
even in the fields. Everybody was as.
tnnisl ed when lhe buw her out, know
ing how muny years she had been in
bed. To-day she adds her gratitude to
mine for God's mercies and Seigel's
Syrup. Maiua Haas"
The people of England tpcak contlrm.
ing the above.
A.l'tor Hevcrol Years.
"Stoke Ferry, January 0th, 1884.
"Gentlemen, I have used Siegel's
Syrup for several years, and have found
It a most efllcacious rcmidy for Liver
complaints and general debility, and I
always keep some by m,c, aud cannot
speak too highly in its praise 1 re.
main, ours truly, Harriett King,"
A-ftor teilxteon YeurH.
"05, NcAgate Stiect, Workbop, Notts,
"December 20th, 168:1.
"Gentlemen, It is with tho greatest
of pleasure 1 accord my testimony as to
the elllcacy of Mother Seigel's tyrup.
My wife, who hus suffered from acute
Dyspepsia for over sixteen years, is now
perfectly belter thiough the i-lu help
of your Syrup. I have sent pounds In
medicines fiom doctors In fuct, 1 be.
gait to think die was Incurable, until
your marvellous medicine wn tried.
1 rcmr.iu, yours, thankfully.
Ji.ttvr Muny Voniii.
'" Whlltlc-le-Woods, near Chorley,
"December 20. 1883.
"Dear Sir, .Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, all thai try,
il speak highly in its favor. We had it
ciifie of a young bulv that had been trou
bled many c.us with pains after eating.
She tells u lluil the pains were entirely
taken away after a few doses of jour
mcdicinr. Vonrs truly, E. Pekl.
Tlie X3llcJtM liiivu le:ii
11 Ilfoid llond Dltpcufiiry, Duklnflcld,
May 3, 18S4.
"Dear Sir, I nu happy to inform
you that the mlu of yourhyrup and Plllt
increases here continually.. Several of
my customers apeak of huvlng derived"
more benefit from the use of these thunr'
from any oilier medicine. In mii)o iq. .
stances tho-etlects have been wonderful.
Your vty respectfully,
11 wly Tho. Edwin Eastwood, JJU