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THURSDAY MAT. 19 1887.
THCin SUCCCSSFUt, AFrl.ICATIOX AS A
HEDICINB ltf MANY CHiriCAt. A1TL1C-
At a roeonl meeting of the Societu
lie Biologic, 31M. Fontan ntid Se
garil read tin interesting paper on
the applications of suggestion to
therapeutics. The writers have
collected a hundred cases in which
they have availed themselves of the
possibility of putting their patients
into an hypnotic state, to suggest n
partial or entire cine. Their con
clusion is that suggestion may be of
great value in cases where disorders
of the motor or sensory powers exist
or even where there are anatomical
disorder affecting tho circulatory or
secretory systems, such as follow
upon traumatisms or upon general
diseases, such as rheumatic diathesis
and others. They have employed
hypnotic suggestion in cases of trau
matic artlirits, cerebral shock, ureth
litis, dyspepsia and acute rheuma
tism, with good results, in most
cases having been able to effect a
complete cure in from three to six
sittings. It may bo added that none
of the patients were at all hysterical.
From a perusal of the observations
(pioted by the gentlemen named, it
would seem that the influence of the
mind on the body is greater and
deeper than has hitheito been imag
ined. The way in which MM. Fon
tan and Scgnrd operate is very sim
ple. The subject is put into a hyp
notic trance (only three per cent,' of
the patients are refractory to this
part of the piocess), and is told,
for instance, that his knee (in a case
of hydarthrosis) will woik easily and
without pain, or that (in a cases of
dyspepsia) the most indigestible
foods will be easily digested. Gen
erally the cures have been effected
in a progressive manner, the disap
pearance of one symptom being
suggested at the iirst sitting, that of
some other at the next, and so on.
Paris Letter to Science.
just rim yi:ai:s aco sixer, sam
WT.U.Ki: Al'l'KAKUD UPON' 1IIIS
The publisher of
out, "on sale or return, "1,500
copies of each of the iirst fire num
bers to all paits of the provinces,
but the only result was an average
sale of fifty copies of each number.
The publication was practically a
failure, and it was seriously debated
whether it should be discontinued or
not. In the fourth number Sam
Wellcr had appeared on tho scene,
and fortunately at this juncture at
tracted great attention, calling forth
great adiuiialion by tho freshness
and originality of tho conception.
Sam was received with acclamation
by all, and roso to an unheard-of
popularity. The sale of the ensuing
numbers suddenly increased, and at
the completion of the work it had
attained to 40,000 copies I Messrs.
Chapman & Hall were naturally very
much gratillcd by this improved
state of affairs, for "Pickwick" was
saved from ruin, and when the
twelfth number was reached they
sent the author a check for 500 as
a. practical expression of their grati
flcntion. During the publication of
tho work Dickens received from tho
same source several checks amount
ing to ';i,000, in addition to tho llf
teen guineas per number which it
was agreed should be paid him. It
was understood at the time that
Messrs. Chapman & Hall made u
clear profit of 2,000 by the sale of
the "Pickwick Papers," after paying
Sam Wcller was obviously tbe
turning point in Dickens' fortune,
and probably such extraordinary
success strengthened tho author's
determination to live by his pen, a
course which has been more than
justified. His prospects having con
siderably improved, lie married, and
removed from Furnival's Inn to
more congenial quarters in Doughty
street, from whence is dated the
dedication of "Pickwick" to his
friend, Mr. Serjeant Talford, M. P.
-1 '.11 ! . U'.i
HOT ALL SATISFIED.
"And so your dear Uncle David
is dead. Was ho sick long?" "Not
u great whilo but ho was a great
sufferer. Everything however, was
done for him that was possible."
"Then, of course, yon are all satis
fied with his medical treatment':1"
"Oh, yes; that is to say, all of us
except Cousin John. Uncle David
didn't leave John anything but the
family BibJ,u." Boston Transcript.
A boycott has been declared
against the Ciitcrion Theatre,
Brooklyn, because an advunco in
wagcH was denied to tho orchestra.
Toivns along tho Canadian Pacilio,
at tho ba3o of tho ICooky Mountains,
Jiave been snowed up for soyoraj
days, with the thermometer iO0 be
Thero aro grave fears In Malno
that tuberculosis from an infected
herd of cattle of the Stato Collcgo
lias been spread through tho eastern
part of tho State.
Over thirty families whose heads
nro Knights of Labor have loft Chi
cago for a new cooperative town
established fifty miles from Memphis,
Tcim., called Tcnnesseo City.
iigcwwwwrj"tV j i
"Why am I so Miserable t
So W8i,k and 1 i jr il-l r Yrhr such
lenribitijt i.nJ Uu In the atom ieh,
such acidity, nml mich -i un, let cvnt
Ucto In tuumoiilli? V y u time -mh
H LMIIIWllllf l.PellC, II (1 lllltltl(!llll(Wlll
dl'iellsh fu uodt Wiy I-I'e mliul so
lr.'ciiiO'iily liiltilili, diRjonil ig mean.
CllOlj, Hint ill jCClt'llr Uljy UIC8 our
ollon fci 1 umler tuo ti p uliuiislim of
uiime Imaginary ilucgi-r, mUial tit mt
imoiK'tuu iioim, Inn, tniny nnutd s
tli Uli fOini g iiUnb.inil mulmi c,.U
hilt? Ulml i- tliu in- i,I n ill th"u
Utiil.ii.l; liecl:iel.(!; th g vtok'i t .
luta loin of ihu l.cui", hi f vemlir -lusne,
tlii'M) night sweaiiij ihii ilM
turlicd mid dreamy deep, ulildi brings
no refreshing lest, but only lmiuiiiujjs
nml multfiitigj, uinl the horrors of Hie
riionuiwcr Is: These aro the tyinp
totns ot Indigestion or Dygpepsln the
beginning ami the forerunner of i lmost
every other liuinim disease. Imllueitluu
Is n weakness or want of power "of the
digestive fluids of the siomnth lo con
veil the fond Into healthy mUlir for tin;
pn-per nourishment of tliu body. Jt j
caused most ircqucutly by tliu Iriegn.
lulty of diet, or lmniopcr iooiI. want of
healthy exciehunnd pure ouiiioor nir.
Iliunybo induced by mental dlstiejs
Ilia shuck rf some great calamity. It
may he, and often ls, aggravated and in.
teiiillli'd, It not originally brought on,
by cxlinuttion fiom Inlciise incrilul ap
plicalion. of physical overwork, domes
tic trou litis, anxkty in busine, or iltmn
clul emb.irrasuneiits, It tlm stomach
eoiild always lo kept in i rder, dcaih
would no longer be a subject of lc.ii fnl
nnxieiy to the young mid middle-aged,
but what would be contempluted by all
it u visit of un r.xpcelul Iileud at the
tloo of a peaceful and lrippy old age.
However, the first hcsillu Inv.nicr upon
the doniaiii of health and happiness li
Is tin re any iclltf, any remedy, nny
cine? Tlixt i thn question of tho slif
fuiiiigiuid unliap)i iljMpipilc. Miiit U
wanted Un modiuinc iliat will t'loiough.
ly Hiiovate the stomach, lowd, liver,
and kiduo8, and alfoid spetdy a n 1 of.
leciuiil assl'inncu to tliu Uif.-livi- oi'gam,
and rcIore lo tin: nui'voiu .ind musuulitr
s. stems tlii'it- nilginal energy.
Such a liirdicluu Is happily nt hand.
Novir in the hisinry of iuedlml dl-xov-eilec,
eiiileiKC I by a dozen years' thor
ough ti t, has thei e been found ft remedy
for Indigestion so tpecdy, so sre, and
so surprising In Us results as Siegel's
Curative Syrup, but to-day It is a standard
lomtdy for Unit utmost universal nfllic
(Ion in eveiy civilized country in Europe,
Asia, Alrict uud Amciica. Public tes
timonial and ;riv.tto lcllcis from mill
taiy ollleers, bankcrd, ineieliauts, ship
captains, mechanics, f.iunuis, and then
wives and daughter, alike conlirm its
Nearly Raised him from the
Swiss Cottage, 'Walton-oii.the-Niui',
August 27lh, 18SC.
A. .T. White, Limited.
Dear Sirs: If a tcstimnn'iil Is of any
use 'to you respecting tliu remaikablu
euro I have derived by taUlug your
"Siegel's Syrup," you are at liberty to
make any U3u of this you may deem
best. For upwards of twclo years I
aavo Bull'ercd from cxtremo Nervous De
bility mid Uattrlc Catarrh which re
duced inu so that I was totally unable to
do any business, and caused great pro.
ttnliim and weakness. About three
yeais ugo I had tho advice cf severs 1
members of the medical faculty, and
under their treatment derived little or
no good. Itciug in town some ten
inoiiihs ago, I was advised to try your
Curative by nip, and purchased a bottle.
I had not taken many doses before I be
gan to feel a fresh man. I could walk
with ease, while before I had haul work
to carry one leg beforo the other. My
slieugth gradually increased and my
evcslght got better, which before I fre
quently lost, owing to tho malady ails-
ing from a sluggish liver, often in bed
fir several dn.s with pile, and could
hardly move. lam thankful to you and
to God for nearly raising mo from the
grave, for it was nothing but your Bii
gel's Syrup that ha9 restored mo to io
bust health. Yours faithfully,
Kcvesby, near Boston,
A.J. While, Limited.
Dear Sir: Your Siegel's Syrup I find
has an incie.ising sale in this neighbor,
hood, and shall always do my best to
further tho sale of an article that us cry
one that puiclmtcs tpe.iks highly in its
fivor. 1 also have great satifiii'tIon In
saying th.it I qulto believe my wife was
permanently cured of Indigestion and
Wind on Die Stomach, from which she
had inhered snlcnsely some time prcvlou
to taking it. Faithfully yours,
Queen's County, Ireland,
December 21lh, 1880.
A. J. While, Limited.
Drnr bir: I hope that your Siegel's
Syiup ntid Tills may get the sale thuy so
well deserve. I hud a very dullcatu
child, a toy now over ninu years, hut
bring averse to eating any kind of xeg.
etnble or loed from his birth, I begau
giving him Mother Siegel's Cuintivo
Syrup, and slier a few wciks ho re cov
ered so as to ImahlctncnuMinidns much
food as oilier b.ijs of his age, and lo the
gicat astonishment ot liii neighbours, he
is lively, gutting into llish.junl ihrivipg
as well ii9 Imys of hl ago do. We give
nil the ciedlt of liii ri'f nveiy lo Siegel's
Syrup. Yoiim lullhfiilh,
100? 1 S. Maxwkm..
Tlio Inter-Ishuul Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for salo
Steam Family and Blackrmith Coa
and u general assortment of
no, ear Iron.
t. fti. fc. .
0. B. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrlva ai Honolulu Irom San Franclico.
Australia May 81
Zcalandlft i June 10
Australia.... , June 28
Alameda July 8
Australia July 26
Mariposa t August 5
Australia August 23
Zealandia September 'J
Australia September 20
Alameda September 30
Austiulln October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November 16
Zcalamlia November 25
Australia December IS
Alameda December 23
tcavo Honolulu lor San Francisco.
Alameda June 3
Australia June 7
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 6
Zcalandia , July 20
Australia August 2
Alameda August 2G
Australia ....'. August 30
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 27
Zealaudia .October 21
Australia October lb
Alameda November 18
Australia November 22
Mariposa , December 10
Australia December 20
Zcalamlia (1888) January 13
Uuicklr and L'armftneatlf
IACNETIC ELASTIO TRUSS
Orlirlnal nnd ONLT IIKimm
Ilbct lo ar, Instantly rellerei erorr
am, ilAAcuratrtboaiantls. tab.lS70.
Rand fnr Fraa llln.tr'rf Pamnhlat Nn L
lAONCTIO ELAHTIOTniiBR CO..
304 NORTH SIXTH STREET, BT. LOOI8, MO.
?Oa BAO'WFNTO HT . BtK FH ANCIBCO, PAL,
Feb. i.8, '87.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDINO
SHOP. Kuir of Luca' Mill.
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS
Horses and Cattle Treated for
ItcNiilcucc: .'11 Alnkca 8troot,
i. o. BOX t08.
Chas.T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Title
Furnished, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collection Agency. Mn. JOHN GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. Mr. F. MARCOS,
General Business Agency. No. IIS Mer
I!-!l Telephone .14 S.
I. O. ox 413.
of Standaid HraiidH to close out stock,
will be sold til Cost. Sizes as follows,
by (he piece:
Itlenclieil, O, ?-nutL8 iiiiartera.
ICrowu, it, 7, lO uuil 11 quarters.
CASTIiK & COOKE.
Having scouted Iho Service! of
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
wo nro prepared to executo all
I-IouHe or JSig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Continental and Colonial
36 Bug de Dunkerquo, -. - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
of l-'iench, llelglau,
Swl, Gernian, and English Goods, nt
tho best M.iinuf.u,turers' Lowest Price i.
(.'otmnisMon, Twu.iiiiil.it Half per cent.
All Tiade and (huh Ubeounts allowed
to ClU'iits. Origin tl Invoices forwarded
when icquchie I.
ItiVniliaiiici, Ihloiigh a London or
I'a 1 1 llanl.ur, jiiyallj on dellveiy of
Slilii)lng duciiuicula; or, direct to tho
Tim Agency H"irc,onM, JJtiys, and
Sulli, f ( Jli me a d Crloi.i il Fii'ins.
Plccotlo (li1, CiBluueios, Cnmbrics,
Silks, Voh i't,, Lawns, Chintzes,
Miihlinu, (' n pitM, Cloths,
Milliui'iN, I hui", i.'l ive,
Fringes, I'ainsols, Jlaberdashery,
UoUl and hilvcr Lare,
Flaiiiicb, 1'Vi tliots, 1'iMirl",
1J ! mid U o G iiih, n d
Ulihin.wuru, 0Ilc.s, Winches,
Juwollry, F.titrv Goods.
IJIcctio-plnte, Musleal Instriiincnts.
Fail', Kceji'slasilcal mid
Optical Qoo'ds, Mirrors, Tpy,j.
I'urfutnuty, Vlnbs, ka ,
Oilman's Stores, Hook', Aitiutio
CJiromos, Mnclilneiy, Ac,, &C.
1U0 ly S
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
JL ndvertiso in tho Daily Uullktin, '
1 r IBV'
New Goods !
Mr. L, B. KERR
Has received and opened up hit New
Comprising a largo and well selected
Trains, Coatiis, etc.
Suitdblo for tho Season.
Thco goods wcro teleclcd m England
by Mr. Kerr personally, nnd uro guaran
teed to bo of tho llncst quullty.
Mr. Kerr, baring secured the services
of n HKW CUTTUM, ho it pre
pared to l'ullll ordeia with the utmost
Tcretae Shaving Cream !
In lead tubrs is thcplcnsautcstyct inado
for the face, which with
Patent Terebene Soap
Is combined with erebone, the antisep
tic nnd purifying pioperties of which
uro wonderful. For snle by
'21 lw. CASTLE & C00KE.
J. PIOPP & CO.
74 King Street.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Jobb ig nmptly attended lo.
CHA.RS TO RENT
For Halls or Parties in small or large
891 quantities. ly.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it in the Daily'Uuixktin
LL orders for Cartage promptly nt
xX. tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Office, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
983 ly Mutual Telephone No. 19.
every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
grx-ioaxA-s id. waul,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel JL AInkcn Street.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists at the present
tiiiio of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Heading Hooin Is supplied with
about fifty of tliu lcadiug newspapers
uud pei Iodic jIs.
A Parlor Is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty cents a
aionth, payable quarterly In advance.
No formality required in joining oxcopt
signing tho roll,
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors from tho other islands are wel
como to thu rooms nt till times as guests.
This Association having no lcgulur
means of support except the dues of
members, it is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
sehes of Its privileges, and all who feel
an Interest In maintaining tut institution
of this kind, will put down their mimes
uud become regular contributors.
A. ,T. OAKTWHiailT. Pies.,
M. 31. SCOTT, Vlee-Pipsldent,
II. A. PAHMELEK, SccrTtury,
A. L.SMITH, Tieasutcr,
O. T. KODGKItS, M.D.,
Qhalriuan Hull and Library Committee.
JOB PRINTING ol all kinds oxc
cutcd at tho Dau.t Bulletin Oulco
Let ine have a mild
C 8 G A RF1-
THE AIH Vn REQUEST IS HKARD
tin. ly in clu'iir it re-, snlooi'S a d
ii h r pares uliiuo cigars are i old. fur
It Is un undisputed fAC thnt mesi t nnd er
iin ler a iniu cigar ami unit inoi-u wio
iinvo for a long tunc smoked stint g
clears, principally Importid Manila,
will, after having lliorniivhly lijured
the stntuiich nnd Impaired tho nirvana
y im sulci) wnnt u udld clgsr,lf they
oulii find the il lit k lid.
Ho a tit iuy tliiuiMiii in f fnudoiN vl o
sulle from 1 i ol a .petlie, huu ach ,
nervous irritability, nsthnin, etc., nnd
who hale tried nil posriblo remedies
without success, inlaht Lo cured If they
knuw that their sutlcilngs were caused
by the Intemperate Use or stioug clgais,
and that they should only smoke mild
nnd properly prepared ones.
Il is a fact that all mild cleats ngren
well with smokers, for In most cats
there is a lock of care in tho selection of
tho tobacco, and often tho niccssnry ix
porlcDce for it is wanting, jet tlure is
ono brand which suits the most fastidious
smoker, mid that is
Sampler" Heal Cigar
Which is made from mild, nromatlc nnd
particularly telertcd and prepared to
bacco, uud combines nil the qualities
which may bo expecttd from u health
cigar. It causes no bud ell'cctof any
kind, is ngretttblo to tho taste, hurt s
evenly to tho end and possesses a line
aroma. No smoker should fall to give
Engelhreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, and benefit himself at tho
hi me time.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.
21 First Street. 8. F, 8'J
For sale Everywhere.
Taliti Lamosafle Sept,
Telephone, aoo. P.O.Box 400.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly puro and made by steam, In
Hvlund's Antl-Atmosphurio Apparatus
with glass pumps. All copper dls.
pcrsed with. Tho newest putent in
Cryntil Valve Olottlcw
Only in uso for Tahiti Lcmonudde, Greu
odino and Perfect Ginger Ale, at 75 cents
per dozen, delivered to anv part of the
city. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for the celebrated plain dry a
So highly cfllcacious for dyspepsia, as
supplied to all the principal families in
Honolulu, nnd exclusively lo II. H. il.'s
vibsels of war.
Inland orders promptly attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1, 1857.
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal
Order left at Office, with N. F. Bur
gess, 64 King Street, will bo promptly
attended to. C91y
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders are hereby solicited and will
bo delivered nt any localily within the
3Vo. SS ICTNCJ STREET.
Ilotli Telephone, 1B7. Si
Health is Wealth .
Dr. E. O.
, wssrs NITK AXD Hbain Tju
MINT, a RusnuitMd Mmotta, for Hysteria, LMzil
nesj. CoiTuUioni. I'lts, Itarrous Nvaralitia.
Hl.n IUn...A...I... .1 .L .1
sanity and lfndip to misery, dacsy and ijootlit
Vromaturo Old Ako, llarronnosa, hot ot Vuwtr
In either nc. I nTolantary Loaacs and Bpnnator
rham, caaseU byoyer.enrtioii ot thohrain.ieU.
ahuso, or (iTr-inaulirenco. Each box eonUiin
SmoiI.MX1tn treatmont. 81.00 a box, or six Iroxoa
lor $5.00, uoot by mail prepaid on rocoipt of price.
WE GUAKAXTEE NIX llOXES
To cure nny case. 'With oooh order rceolvcit by ua
for six boxes. aocomiHinied with S5.U), wo will
sond Uio iurolnuwr our written Kuarantcotu ro
tand Uio money it tho trcntmont does uot effect
ucure. Uuurautees issued only by
JIOX.L1BTEK at CO.
rw-Ti1." RVu 't 't"?,'4 r aay cua af Uw Ckkt
J3TAk ii!rt!f",.,.,!?l,,,K" CuaillpaMaa ci Co.U..u,
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rtlUatS caata. Vaf U I.. .11 j iT.T
tOHnWrfttU ini imtijt,-. ti.. i...,w'B!T
Holllstor afc Co.,
80 Cm Wb. olcsile and Retail An,ent