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HONOLULU, II. I.
IVoveltiofsi ixi X-.tiuip O-oocls,
A new Invoiro of Limteins, Kuioscnu "il of the very
Ue&t Ontilitv, yiiiviF, Kmip's nnd Tinware.
lieeominenik'd In File LTndci writeis of San Fmncitco,
etc , etc. An iietu.il I'rotection ngaiiist Fire.
Harden land Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Cloo Coiisigiiineiit.
Full line's of Haidwaie, Agricultural Implements, etc.
x xt v v x in i .
LL oideis forCaitai,'o promptly at.
"V. tended to. I'urtlcular , attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in (iiiiuititica to bint lit lowest prices.
Ollloe, adjoining E. 1'. Adams & Co.'s
USaiy Mutual T.h'iihoue NTu. 10.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TIib Pacific Transfer Go.
Ollhe with O. K. Miller,
li Meiehanl Hlirct,
Boll Tel,, 377, Mutual Tel.,
I mil lully piepaied to do all ldndH of
dinyiigc, liauling or mrivint; work, all of
whieli I will giiariinleo to execute faith
S. F. GRAHAM. Prop'r.
.T- I-X. SOPER,
(.Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co,)
Dealers in nil kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand ut the Gazette Mock, Jleiehant
ES'-Tho English Admiinity Ohaits
always on hand. 1 by
'OYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
J't SHOP. Jlrnrof Lucab'Mlll.
EUSTACE & ROBERTSON
A Woman's Siiliigs
V.'toi' n-oiii A.UMtrtu.
Ne-ir the vilhigu of .tilingdorf, In
Lower AiKttla, livci Mm la lliui, tin in
tcllluent and ilidntilnim woiiinn, whovo
slmj of ph ileal Millet lug and ilinilie
Her, as related by heiself, Is of inlereit
to English women. "1 was employed,"
she say?, " in the woik of a largo lmm
liottse. Ovei-woilc biotight on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint,
lug and sickiH'si of tho stomach, until I
wu unable to letaln either lood or
drink. I was I'Hiipclhd to tnkn to my
bed loi !-eeial week-.. Getting a little
lietler fiuni lest, and (pile!, I sought I
do Minit wmk, bill was kioii taken willi
u pain in my side, whith in u little
while seemed tospieml oei my whole
body, and tliiolibud in my eveiy limb.
This was followed by a cough and
i-hoitness of breath, until tlnnlly 1 could
not sew, and 1 took to my bed fot the
second, and, as 1 thought, for the last
lime My ft lends told me that my time
had neai'ly eoine, and that I could not
livelongei than when tbetiees put tin
their gnen neomoie. Then 1 happen
ed to get one ol the Seigel pamphlets.
I lend it. and mv dear mot her bouirht
me it bottle ol bei gel's Syrup, which I
took esaetly according to directions,
and I had not taken the whole ot it be
fine I felt a gieat change for the better.
My last illness began June ', lbS2, and
iuntiHicd In AiiuuM Dili, wcn 1 began
to tnj.t! the Sjrup. Veiy soon 1 could
do ti lilllu light woik. The couch left
me, and I nj no imue tumbled hi
b ealhing. Now 1 am peifeotly cuied.
And oh, how happy I am! I cannot e..
piess giiititude enough lor Seigel's
Syiup. Now i iiui-l tell joulhul the
doctois in ourdistiiit dlslilhntpl hand,
bills eaulionlns neonlc uuaiiibL tlie
medicine, telling lliem it would do Ilium
no good, and man- weiethcioby Inllii.
eneed to destioy tho Seigel pamphlets;
but now, wheiever one Is to bo found, it
s kept like a relic. The few pic-ciM.il
aie Iioirowet) to le.ul, and Ihae lent
mini lor six miles mound pur dislijct.
People have come eighteen miles to get
me to buy th medicine for them, know
ing thai it euied me, and to be sure to
gel the light kind. I know a woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them ihpio tyns no help for her,
that, she had consulted soveial doctors,
hut none could belli her. I told her of
Seigel's 8 I up, and wiote the name
down foi her thru s)ie might inakc no
mistake. She look my nth ice and tho
Sviup, anil now she is in polled health,
and tho people mound lis aio auiacd.
The medicine lias made such progiess
in our neighboihood that people say
they don't want the doctor any mote,
lmt they take the Syrap. Siifloreis fiom
gopt wiio wero cGiiiinul to their bed and
could baldly juove n linger, lmvo been
euied liv it. Tbeio is a gill in ourdis
tiict who caught u cold by going
thiough some water, and was in bed five
yours Willi costiveness and rheumatic
pains, and had to luie an attendant to
watch byhei. Theie was not u doctor
in the suirounding distiicls to whom
her mother had not applied to lelievc
her child, but every one crossed them
selves and .said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell l.ing which is
mug in our place when somebody is
dead, we thought suiely it was for her,
but Seigel's Syiup and Pills saved her
lite, and now she is as healthy as any.
body, goes to chinch, and can woik
even in Hie Holds. Evoiybody was as.
touisbed when lliey saw her out, know
ing how many ye.us she had been in
bed. To day she adds her gratitude to
mine for God's mcicies anil Seigel's
Sjmp. Maui a Haas."
The people of England speak confirm
ing the above.
V.i'ti'1- Hcvcnil Yeai'h,
"Stoke Ferry, .laimaiy ilth. 18S1.
"Gtnlkmen, 1 lmvo used Siegel's
by up forscoial ye.us, and lmvo found
it a most elheacious rtmedy foi Liver
complaints and gcneial debiliiy, and I
always keep some by me, and cannot
speak too highly in its praise. 1 re
main, jours tiuly, Harnett King."
Vrtoj1 Hlxitoen VenvH.
"Whittle-lo.Woods, near Ohoiley,
" December 20,188:).
"Pear Sir, Mother fjoigel's niedicino
sells exceeding well with us, all that tiy
it speak highly in its favor. Wc had a
case of i young lady that had been tiou.
bled many yen s with pains after eating.
She tells us that llie pains wero entirely
taken away alter u low doses ol your
niedicinc Youis truly, , E. Peel."
The asilWtih. lmvo looix
"93, Ncvgate Stieet, Worksop, Notts,
"Decunbei 20th, 188(5.
"Gentlemen, It is with the gi eat est
of plensuio I accord my testimony as to
the etllcacy of Mother Seigel's byrup.
My wife, who lias sulVeied from acute
Dyspepsia foi over sixteen years, is now
perfectly better thiough the sole help
of vour Syrup. 1 have sent pounds in
niediunes fiom doctoi.s in laet, I be
gau to think she was incurable, until
jour nuuvellous medicine was tiitd.
I remain, yours, thankfully,
Al'lcr Bliuiy Yt'iii-M.
"t'llloid Road DispeiiFiuy, Duklnflcld,
May !3, 1884.
" )car Sir, I am happy to inform
you that the fiiIo of yoiirbyrup and IMIU
Increases Jieie conliuuallj'. Several of
my eustoiueis speak of having deilved
more benellt lioin the uso of these than
fiom any other riKdieine. In some in
stances the c fleets have been wonderful.
Yours eiv lespoftfully,
It wly Pun. l'uwii. Eas'ivvood, J.1J."
Sloum lloileis, FiirnaeiH and Ranges
Set. liiick nnd Slonowoilc done on
Ahipal St., Second door from Ilcretanin.
P. O. Box 457.
Ordeisfroni the olher Islands punc
ttinlly intended to, liily
u gnna 8nii.
F15IDAY. KOV. 20, 188G.
WICKED GREAT BRITAIN.
A singular and sigiiillutuit exhibit
of lite mart'li of iininonillly in tho
I'liitt'd Kingdom of (irent llritaiii is
iniuU1 In n vct'unl mitiihet' of the
J'all SWull O'azittc liy incatia of :i
scries of diagrams, hi whk'lt the ic
cord of twenty odd years 19 placed
before the eye" at ohm ghuiec, nnd it
is not a record which can be contem
plated by churchmen or philanthro
pists without &adnehs. Since 18(51
the nppielieiisjons for drunkenness,
and on charges of "drunk and dis
orduily," which were ri'pmtcd in
Jlialyetirat 82,10(5 in Kngland and
WnluB, liayp steadily increased unlil
in 1881 they miinhurpd 108,271.
llad tlie increase only kept pace
with the growth of the population
tho figures for 188) should have
been about 105,000, so that the va
pid btridu made by this kind of
offenses against law and decency is
palpably due to a loweiing of "the
mot til character of the community.
As bearing on the same general sub
ject, nnd as presenting tin astound
ing condition of affairs, the figures
of the nation's think bill are even
more significant. In 1801 the cit
izens pf the United Kingdom paid
for drinks nearly i'ilfi.OOO.OOO, tv
8175,000,000. fr'i'hoy bhould have
paid in 1870, according to Hie ratio
of the ini'icasc of population, about
107,000,000 but tlmy did pay the
astonishing sum of neaily 1 18,
000,000, Some hope for the tempe
rance people may be gathered from
tho fact that the bill since 187(5 has
decreased to 125,000,000, in
ISS.'i, but thib wil bp re
garded as cohl pomloit when it ia
consnlcied that the natural increase
according to population .should have
made the sum paitl for liquors in
that year bnt about 107,000,000.
The record of the diyoice courts
shows also the steady demoralization
of ier Majesty's subjects. In 1S01
but 203 petitions for divoice were
iilcd m Kngland and Wales. In
Ln lbSI tho number had risen to
703, 'though the normal increase,
according to population, should have
brought it up to only3fl. With
lie growth ot immorality the pas
sion for sell-destruction has also
grown naturally, anil while but
1.533 attempts at suicide, success
ful or unsuccessful, were repoi ted
in 1801, the number had swollen to
3,212 in 188J. Tlie census ot idiots,
lunatics and persons of unsound
mind showed 7G,705 such unfortu
nates in 1S83, against 39, 017 jn
In crimes of a repulsive natiuc,
it Inch shows their perpetrators to
be wholly devoid of moral principle,
the increase in the last twenty years,
especially in London and the larger
cities, lias been startling in the ex
treme, hut it is not necessary to
specify these classes of offenses
piore particularly. Tho drunken
ness, pauperism and idiocy to be
found in the United Kingdom are
indications that the morality of the
people is d eclining rapidly. The
church and the philanthropists may
wisely ask themselves whether it is
not expedient to begin mission work
at home, and spend some of the
money which is now used for Christ
ianizing the heathen in reforming
tlie outcasts of society who pass
under their own eyes daily. S. F.
THE HUMBUG OF TAKINC "BITTERS."
The mode of life of tlie average
American is of such a character that
he is constantly in need of a tonic.
He is rushed at his business, swal
lows his meals hastily and without
any thought as to the capacity of
his stomach for digestion, takes lit
tle rest, is subject to headache, and
often takes ti gloomy view of things
generally. In such cases ho resorts
to bitters, under the delusion that
they will act on the secretions of the
stomach, and give the system new
strength and energy. Men with
active biains, whpse professions
compel them to lead sedentary lives,
also long for u tonic. They may be
opposed to the use of what are popu
larly called stimulants, meaning fer
mented liquors, and so they lay the
Ihittering unction to their souls that
u wine-glassful of some bitter de
coction will steady their nerves,
supply their brains with giay mat
ter, and exhilarate them without
A little thought woud show them
under what u fallacy they are labor
ing. The writer recently purchnsed
samples of four of tlio most widely
advertised bitters in the market, and
the .simple chemical analysis to
which they weiu subjected showed
that they contained about thirty per
cent (the amount the Government
allows) of tlie most poisonous and
adulterated alcohol, and that thu
residuum consisted of various for
eign substances, which were simply
added as flavoring extracts, to dis
guise tho taste of the original com
pound. The poorer tho grade of tho
alcohol, the more vicious is tlie com
pound. The value which such so
called bitters are supposed to havo
is of a purely fictitious character.
Jn fact, in time- they irritate and in
jure the indicate membrane of tho
stomiu h, and so vitate tho taste that
the palate cannot boon distinguish
between good and bad. It is neither
a natural nor a healthy excitement
which is pioduced by these so-called
aids to digestion, and tlie wonder is
that sensible peoplo, who know n
little nt least of the operation of
natural laws, should nllow them
selves to bo so misled ns to what tho
system really needs. These decoc
tions are consumed principally by
tho debilitated, tlie convalescent, the
depicsscd, and pailicularly by aged
people and weak women and' others
to whom a stimulant is intlispen.s'
able. Medical Ihilletin.
THE TS1 AHOFliRinSEY.
On the map of Iceland may be
seen a speck of an island called
Grinisey. It is the most northern,
and consequently the coldest, of thu
Iceland group. ' Eighty-eight people
no more live on it. They have
tried to keep a few cows, but the
winters are too hard for them. Two
horses and a few sheep with very
coarse fleeces are tho only animal's
of the kind on the island. A good
minister, relet' (loodnianson, lives
in this i emote place, lie is a poet
apd ap astronomer, and is employed
to take observations for the Meteoro
logical Institute at Copenhagen.
Onco or twice a year some of tlie
islanders visit the mainland, but the
stouny seas, covered with icebcigs,
make the passage always dangerous.
On one side of the island, which is
a high precipice, cottntloss birds
build their nests, and the collecting
of eggs is one chief means of living
for the little settlement. Men are
let down over the face of (he rock
by ropes, They wear suits thickly
wadded wit.li feathers to save them
selves from being hurt on tho sharp
rocks. Each mini carries a pole to
belli himself witli and a ladle for
scooping up nests that he cannot
reach with his hands. There is in
his fiock a great pocket in which he
can put 150 eggs. There he works
with the sea roaring beneath him.
Many accidents pepr and many
liyes. aio lout In this business. St.
ALAKEA & KING STREET
nnd &U! the
l Cutaway Carriages
5? Phsetons, &c,
He has lor
sale cheap, bcfoie purchas
I. (I SC1IUMAN.
Sec'y ife Tiens.
Haw'aB. Carriage MT Go.
( Limited I
Iron, Cumberland Coal, Hard
: And all kinds of :
Carriage and Wagon Materials.
Having now passed into the hands
of responsible parties is jncpaied at
short notice to do all Washing in a Su
perior Manner. A considerable
DR, DE X XT O rV I O IV
lias been matte fiom the scale of
former rales, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
"Who will favor the Establishment
with nttinl. 50
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Snrsnparllla
Fruit Syrups and Essences and
made fiom the piuo Applo, all of which
wo guaiantco lo bo the best.
I" Wo also invito parties intending
stinting Mores for the sale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to. call on ua before going elsewhere.
Tim Crystal Soda Works,
P.O. Rox :t:i7, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mulual " : : : 330
Lawn and Satin Ties,
Black Silk Socks,
Patent Leather Pumps
. . '-'.?.' ." fr.
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