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A Largo anil Elegant Stock of Misses and Children's Spring Hcol Shoes of nil
size?. AIM), a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
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Oliandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
(Formcily with Samuel Nott).
Inrporlei svntl XJesilei' in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CHOCKEKY, GLASSWAHE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
ACS ATE IKON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
Store formally occupied 1V b. N"uTP, oprosito Sprockets & Co.'s Bnnlc. "a
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A LARGE & ELEGANT
StocK of Goods
Kccuiveri ex Zcalamlla,
J. T. Waterhouse's
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Dit, E. C. West's "Nbuvr and lln.vis Tiipat
SlET.n (juiirnntcod jocilio fur lljatcrin, i).d
nosi. Convulsions. JfiU, Nervous !VuniU:ii,
fit nlruliul ir to!iac(', WnkofulncBH, Mental )c
imwaion, HoftonliiHoE tlioHrnlii.ri8Hltiniiiti in.
Bimily nml Ioniums to misery, ilocuy anil ilralli;
l'rviimluru OIl A llnrionncHH, Low, of l'cmvr
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rlicca, CJiUBiil by nver-uxortlun ut tliobrulu.holf
nljuio, or ovPi-lnilulKouco. Uiicli box contiiira
lino niontli'H tmitmorit, .Sl.CHJii bos, orsist Iioxim
for S5.U0, eon t by mull propnid un rucoijit of prii u.
wis uaiiaxti:ij mix jioxkn
To euro nny com, Withcachonlorrecoivnl by iih
(or six Imjios, ucconiiuiniod with $5.00, mi will
6oiul tho imrchattor our writton Kiuirautro lu ru.
fund tho money if tliotrimtmontdouH nut pffuct
a euro, (iuurantooa iesucd only by
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Pi pil, blck HnAttU, lDlliilloii, Ccnll."lloo or CoiIIviiiiii,
u uirnot cui HUb Wait'l VrtULI Uitr lllli, wLea ttit dine
Uonltr iblclly complUJ wllii. Tbir' purely vt(UiH,iiii4
ctvtrljUl to Klv itlllfMnloa Suear Costed. Lirgi Uie,,rou
lllobj SO pllli, !3 coll, Kr nil l JI drcjst-K. llriri cf
luuoUrMla aad UulUUu&i. Tli pciiuliif ujiufcturil bbly 1
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Iim UU1 pcis2 MOl ! ni&ll pr faW 60 rwilj'lof 8 lc( lU'f e
, UO Cm Wholcsnlo and lk'tall Agents.
and Tin Ware
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
HONOLULU, U. I.
Novelties ixi DLiEuxvp Croods,
A new Invoice of Lanterns, Kerosene Oil of the very
Best Qualitv, Stoves, llanges and Tinware.
FIRE-PROOF SIIIjNGL.13 PAINT,
Recommended bt Firo Underwriters of San Francisco,
etc , etc. An actual Protection ngainst Fire.
harden Hand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Close Consignment.
Full lines of Hnidwnrc, Agricultural implements, etc.
LL orders for Cartage promptly at
jTX tended to. Purticulnr attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit nt lowest prices.
Oluce, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
Ui2 ly Mutual Ti lephono No. 10.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Ollifu with C. K. Miller,
I 'J Mciclnmt r'litcl,
Boll To., 377, JffntUR. Tel., 391.
I inn fully piepsucd to do all Ulnda of
drayage, liiiullng or moving umk.all of
whirli I will giiiiiiiulvo to cM-nutu faith,
21fiyT S. F. GRAHAM. Prop'r.
-T. DBC. tS3P3E3Ifc,
(Successor lo J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co,)
Dealers In nil kinds of
The Latest Foreign Pupers alwtiys oi,
lund at Hid Qatctle UocX; Merchant
EST Tim Kngllrh Admiralty Olmils
always on hand. i by
EYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas,' Mill,
Groat Excltoment in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years AVilhout
Going1 to 3ed.
Mn. KoiTon: While spending n fow
days nt tho pleasant seaside town of
Aburystwiih, Cardiganshire, Wules. I
heard related what seemed to mu either
a fnbulous stoiy or a marvellous cure.
Tho story was Hint n poor sufferer who
had not be'en nhlo to Ho down lu bed for
six long years, given up lo dlo by all tho
Doctors, had been speedily cured by
Bomu Patent Medicine. It was related
with the more Implicit confidence from
tho circumstance, as was said, that the
Vicar of LlanryMyd vwh lamlllnr with
the facts, mid could vouch for the truth
of the report.
Having n lllllo cuilosity to know how
Hiioh stories grow in travelling, I took
tho liberty while nl tho village of Linn.
r.vMvd to' call upon tho Vicar, the lluv.
T. F.vans, and to enquire about this
wonderful cure. Though a totnl stian
grr to him, both he nnd his wife most
graciously enteitalmd me in n half
hour's conversation, principally touching
tho ease of Mr. Pugh, In which they
heemed to tnkc n deep mid sympathetic
interest, having been familiar with his
sullerlngs, and now rejoiced in what
seemed lo them a most remarkable cine.
The Vicar remarked that hepiusutned
lil-i mime had been connected with tho
icport f i om his having mentioned the
case to Mr. .lohn Thomas, a chemist of
Llamtii. He said Mr. Pugh was former
ly a lesidenlol their parish, but win non
living in the parish of Llamhlelnol.
He stiongly vouched Mr. Win. Pugh's
chaiaeter us a respectable fanner and
woithy of credit. 1 left tho venerablo
Vicar with a livelier &onsc of tho happy
relation of a pastor mid people, feeling
that ho was one who truly sympathised
with all who mo allllcted in mind, body,
On my lelurn lo Abcrjstwith, I was
impressed wilh a desire to see Mr. Pugh,
whose lepulalion stood so high. Ills
fm m is called l'.ineoni.Mawr, signifying
"above the dingle," situated near the
summit of a smooth lound hill, over,
looking a beautiful valley in which Is
situated tho lovely ivyinantlcd Chinch
of Llauddeinol. I found Mr. Pugh,
appaieutly about 40 year old. of muliuni
height, rather slight, with a pleasant and
intelligent face. 1 told him I had heard
of his gieat allllction and of his lemark.
able and almost miraculous lelief, and
that I had come to learn from his own
lips, what there was of trulli in the re
ports. Mr. Pugh remarked that his neigh
bors had taken a kindly and symp
athetic iuteiest in his case for many
years, but of late their interest had been
greatly awakened by a happy change in
his condition. What you report as hav.
ing heard abroad, said he, is substant
ially true, iih one exception. I never
unedrstood that my case was over given
up as hopeless by any Physician. I
have been treated by scvcial Doctors
heicabouts, us good us any in Wales, but
unfortunately no prescription of theirs
ever brought the desired relief.
Fifteen years ago, he said, I first be
came conscious ol a sour and deranged
stomach and loss of appetite, which the
Doctors told me was Dyspepsia. What
lood I could hold in my stomach seem.
ed to do me no good and was often
thrown up with painful retchings. This
wns followed after a time with a hoarse
ness and a raw soreness of the throat
which the Doctors called bronchitis,
and I wus treated for that, but with
little success. Then came shortness of
breath and n sense of suflbcallon, espe
cially nights, with clammy sweat, and I
would have lo get out of bpd and some
times open ii door or window In winter
weather to till my lungs with the cold
About six yoais ago I becamo so bad
that I could not sleep in bed, but had to
take my unquiet rest and dieano bleep
sitting in an armchair. My ulllicUnn
seemed to be working downward into
my bowels as well us upwards into my
lungs and tin oat. In the violent cough
ing spasms which grew more frequent,
my abdomen would expand and collapse
nnd nt times it would seem that 1 should
Biiflbcale. All this time I was reduced
in strength so that I could perform no
hard labor and niy spiiits weri conse
quently much depressed.
This medicine thoy i.dministered. (o
mc nccording to the directions, when to
their surprise nnd delight no Ie6s than
my own, tho spasm ceased, I became at
case, and my btomach wns calmed, My
bowels wcie moved us by a gentle
cathartic, nnd I felt a sense of quiet
comfort all through such as I had not
heforo realized in many years. I could
walk around tho house nnd breathe
comfortably in a few hours after I had
taken the medicine. I have continued
to take the medicine dnily now for
something over two months, nnd I can
lie down and sleep sweetly at- nights
and have not since had u recurrence of
those terrible spasms nnd sweatings. I
have been so long broken down nnd re.
duced In my whole system Hint I have
not tried to perform any very hard out
door labor, deeming it best to bo pru
dent lest by ovcr.exertion I may do my.
self injury before my strength is fully
restored. I feel that my stomach and
bowels have been and uro holng thor.
oughly renovated and renewed by the
medicine. In fact I feel like a new
Early in this last spring I had a still
more severe spasmodic attack, and my
family and neighbors became alarmed,
believing that certainly I would not sur
vive, when a neighbor, who had some
knowledge, or had heard of tho liicdl
cine, sent to Aberystwith by the driver
of the Omni bus Post, some seven miles
distant, and fetched a bottle of Mother
Seigcl's Curative Syrup.
I have been much congratulated by
my uclehhors, especially by tho good
Vicar of Llauiyslyd, who with his sym
pathetic wifu have come three miles to
shed tears of joy on my recovery.
I bado Mr. Pugh good-bye, happy that
even one nt least among thousands had
found a remedy for au aggravating dis.
Believing this remarkable ense of
Dyspeptic Asthma should bo known lo
tho phblic, I beg to submit tho nbovo
facts as they aro related to me.
200 It wly V. T. W.
$lt gnUy gaUlrJtn,
TUESDAY. NOV. SO, 188G.
WHAT TO EAT AND WHEN TO EAT.
It is provoking to sco nconlo
swallowing somo expensive nnd riill-
culotts compound just before break
fast, for the purpose of purifying
their blood. Then tlicy will sit
down and 1111 themselves wilh ham
nnd eggs, buckwheat cakes, syrup,
nnd two or three cups of coffee.
And then ngni nat noon before the
stomach has fairly digested the pre
vious meal, and rested, it is agnin
filled with roasted meats, rich
gravies, pastries, and often tea or
bottled beer or ale.
- 'lho first thing to do to puiify the
blood is not to put anything into the
month that will make the blood im
pure. All fried meats, rich gravies,
puddings, pastries, and cakes should
bo avoided ; but plain, well-cooked,
nutritious food at regular meals,
and never between meals, with an
abundance of fruit in the diet, will
insure good, pure blood and n clear
complexion, thai is, if proper at
tention is given to exercise and pure
air. Young women must remember
that air and exercise arc as essen
tial as food in producing a good
complexion and good health. A
number of deep inspirations of pure
air every morning, .with the exer
cise of expanding the chest, and no
tight lacing after, will do more for
the color of your checks than all the
compounds the drug store contains.
Let the air nnd sunshine into your
rooms, especially your sleeping
rooms ; you might better fade your
carpet than destroy the roses on
your cheeks. Tea and coffee will
makes some complexions opaque or
pallid and sallow.
The good temperance people warn
your father and brother of tho ter
rible enemy to be found in the dram
shop; but they never say a word
about the danger that is lurking
right in your own home, in that
deadly tea-pot, which stands on the
stove all da', forming a tannic acid
which turns the lining of your sto
mach into leather. It is no wonder
that j'ouiig women lose their goodL
complexions, and become sallow and
nervous and arc called old maids at
twenty-four. They seldom consi
der how much harm is being done
by that cup of strong tea at each
meal, and too often a cup or two be
"We can lind hundreds of women,
young girls, and even men and chil
dren, whose nervous system is com
pletely ruined by this unwise and
unnatural habit of drinking two or
three cups of strong tea or coffee
each day of their lives. Even if
there was no harmful qualities in the
tea itself, the habit of taking a li
quid when you are masticating food
is contrary to the laws of health':
for it prevents digestion and brings
on headaches, neuralgia, dyspepsia,
and their kindred diseases.
An Italian philosopher once said,
"Eat only when you need and re
lish food. Chow thoroughly, that it
may do you good. Have it well
cooked and unspiced. He who
takes medicine is ill advised. A.
B. Jewett, in Temperance Reformer.
A HUNCARIAN HERO.
si:i:ing jus aiOTHEit, sistt.k and
FIANCKK ShOT ItATIIKK TJIAJf
ih:tkay jiis gopjfrrtY,
A Paris correspondent of the New
York Graphic writes: Thore has
just died in- an insane asylum at
Buda-Pcsth a man whose story re
calls one of the most terrible' epi
sodes of the struggles for Hungarian
independence in 1848.
Fercncz Renyi was a schoolmaster,
and at that time about twenty-seven
years of age. He wns high-spirited,
lively, kind-hearted and the idol of
his pupils. Ho was quite expert at
playing the fiddle, and his services
very much sought after by the young
people of his native village to en
liven their fetes. He could also
sing, and many of his songs were of
a 'highly patriotic character.
Tho young man lived with his
mother and sister, but was engaged
to a charming young girl, and soon
exppetpd to be inarrietj. Just then
the Hungarian Government, having
proclaimed its independence, called
for volunteers. Uenyi offered him
self nnd was accepted.
One day, after having fought liko
a lion at the head of a detachment
ho was made prisoner by tho Aus
IrifiiiB. Led before tho notorious
Gen. Ilaynan, ltcnyl refused to dis
closo the position of tho main body
of the Hungarian Army. Haynan,
however, was not to be foiled in his
quest for information, and to ac
complish his end resortcjl to one of
tho most barbarous acts that has
sullied the records of moilern war
fare. Finding, on inquiry, that his
prisoner was a nativo of a neighbor
ing villago and that o htid, a mother
and sister, ho ordered the latter to
bo arrested and brought to his head
quarters. They wero then con
fronted with tho unfortunate young
"If you want tho lives of these
women spared," Ilaynan then said
to him, "you will give mo the in
formation I have asked for."
lloiiyi made no reply, lie trem
bled violently, however, and his eyes
lllled with tears, but he djd, not
"Don't speak, my 6on," cried his
aged mother; "do your duty witli
referenco to mo; I have at most
but a short time to live."
And tho young girl added;
"If you botray your country your
name will bo tarnished, and what
should I do without my honor 1
Don't speak, Fercncz. Bo calm; I
shall die brnvcly."
Renyi continued silent. In a few
moments the two heroic women wero
shot dead by order of the brute in a
Still nnother test remained, and
Hynan did not hesitate to apply it.
He had Renyi's fiancee brought be
fore him and threatened her with a
similar fate. The latter was afraid
to die. On hearing what would
happen to-her if her lover did not
yield, she threw herself on her knees
and besought him to save her.
"Speak, Fercncz," she cried.
"See, I am young, I lovo you don't
let them kill inc. By speaking, you
will save yourself as'wcll as me, and
when we arc free we shall go far
away and be happy. Speak, my
beloved, and save thy wife."
And she seized Renyi's hands and
wrung them with the energy of a
drowning man grasping at a straw.
Renyi was convulsed by his over
powering emotion. Suddenly he
shoved his llancec from htm and
turned away. Again the wretched
girl pleaded with him, but the lover
was silent. Then the soldiers seized
"Accursed one!" she exclaimed,
"my curses rest upon thee. Thou
art my murderer!"
"When the horrible scene was
ended Renyi was taken back to the
apartment where lie was confined,
but as it was discovered that the
poor fellow had lost his reason in
undergoing the terrible oideal to
which ho had been subjected, his
savage captors allowed him to live
after they had robbed him of all
that made life tolerable. Over his
grave Hungary should erect its
grandest monument, though, doubt
less he has already found an im
perishable one in the hearts of his
JT. H03PJP 4Sc oo.
74 King Street.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Balls or Patties in small or largo
801 quantities. ly.
ALAKEA & KING STREET
nnd see the
ttWi Cutaway Carriages
Ho hns for sale (heap, bcfoio purchas
74 ing elsewhere.
K. O BCHUMAN.
Sec'y ifc Treas.
Eaw'ai. Carriage IT Co.
Iron, Cumberland Coal, Hard
: And nil kinds of :
Carriage and Wagon Materials.
Having now passed into the hands
of luspnuslble partlcj is prepared at
shoit notice to do all Washing in u Su
perior Manner. A conti lerable
bus been mado from the scalo of
former ralep, and
Satisfaction Is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor tho Establishment
with a trial. SO
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Boda, Lemonade, Rmnpaillla
Fruit Byrups and Essences and
mnde from the pure Apple, all of which
wo guarumco to bo lho best,
16?" We also invito parties intending
tinning notes lor tho i-alo of iced
drinks nnd wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going clsowhere.
Tki Crystal Sola Works,
P.O.Box M7, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
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THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
APRIL 30th-OCTOBER 16, 1886.
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