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NAPOLEOH DONAPARTE'S AUSVIIIAtl
On tlio morning following Napo
leon's arrival fiom Elba nt the Tul
lcrics tho sweet-scented violcls, tho
first flowers of tho spring, were
brought in by the pcoplo in such
quantities, as n symbol of their
fidelity to him, that the gardens
were covered with them, and .the
Palace itself filled with their fra
grant pei fume. Confidently expect
ing Maria Louisa would rejoin him,
every lady and elegante of the em
pire wore on her dress or carried in
her hand, as a token of welcome, a
bouquet of the large Parma violets.
But if her actions were ever given
to Napoleon, they were his no long
er. Count Neippcrg had stipplant
hiui. His Countess had obligingly
died some few months before, after
only two days' illness, leaving the
Count free to mingle gallantly with
his duties as counselor to tho young
Duchess. But the spring and its
fragrant flowers passed away, and
when tho summer sun shone on the
Tuilerics gardens their parteircs
were strewed with lilies, and the
ladies' faded violet bouquets had
given place to tho ilower that had
become the fashion of the day.
Waterloo decided the fate of Maria
Louisa as well as that of Napoleon ;
and while he was on his way to
perish at St. Helena, she was put in
possession of her duchies, Count
Neipperg being named her fust Min
ister, also Grand Master of her
household. Of the liaison that en
sued children were born before the
death of Napoleon. "When that
event occurred a morganatic mar
riage gave a tardy sanction to their
union. The Count was the absolute
ruler of tho duchies; but his ad
ministration is said to have been
marked by great ability, moderation
and tolerance, He died of a painful
disease in 1828, much regretted by
the people. lie was an irreparable
loss to the Duchess, who, as a testi
mony of her grief and affection,
erected a magnificent monument to
his memory. But she w as incapable
of taking up the reins of power after
him. The people revolted, and she
lied from Parma. Austrian tioops
escorted her back; but she was an
object of deep resentment to her
subjects, who, as she could not gov
ern them, fell under the oppressive
yoke of Austria. In 1832 the death
of the melancholy young Duke of
Heichstadt occurred at Sobcenbrunn
of consumption, in his twenty-fust
year. Maria Louisa died in 1817,
aged jC. As Duchess of Parma she
was merely an instrument of Aus
trian misiulo in Italy. The very
slight interest the French at any
time took in her ceased altogether
when, renouncing all claims on
France, she again became an Aus
trian Archduchess and her son was
made an Austrian Prince. She is
now well-nigh forgotten, while
Josephine's memory remains as im
perishable in France as Napoleon's.
"Catherine Charlotto Jackson, in
A PAUPER'S DYING REQUEST.
An amusing and yet pathetic in
cident in what the poet Gray called
" the short and simple annals of
the poor," is told by Mr. John J. R.
Micklejohn, one of the Inspectors
of the Poor, at Sherwick, Shetland
Islands. He says that some time
ago an old woman, named Barbara
Smith, came under the notice of the
Board. She was extremely ill, and
it did not look likely that she would
long need care of any kind. She
did not reside on the main land, bu1
on a small island a few miles distant
and there being no parochial institu
tions in that place, Barbara neces
sarily occupied the position of a
pauper living out. The trouble
from which she suffered dated back
many years. In better and moie
' prosperous days she had in some
way laid tho foundation for Chionic
Indigestion and Dyspepsia, and out
of this had sprung other complaints
as ago and bodily infirmities crept
apace upon her.
Barbara was not ignorant, albeit
she had fallen into poveity. In ear
lier life she somehow obtained the
advantago of a fair education, and
this, added to native shrewdness,
enabled her to uso good judgment in
respect to her own situation and
state of health. Although she had
long suffered from asthma and a
bronchial affection, Barbara was
wise enough to see that these ail
ments aroso from the disordered
stomach and digestion, and that if
the main trouble could be cured tho
othors would soon leave her. It is
probable that her disease began as
others do, with the usual symptoms :
headaches, bad breath, the rising of
tho sour fluids in throat, oppression
and famtne.Bs at the pit of the stom
ach, loss of sleep, coated tongue,
dull eyes, bad taste in the mouth,
&c, and finally becamo chronic and
hopeless through her not being able
to find any remedy. The Inspector
states that she had been under med
ical treatment for ycais, but to no
effect. In this strait she one day
inado the following touching appeal
to the Inspeotor: "I have been
jwallowipg medicines for months.
TTiMt"ffif rr; ; Tr;rnrqsar.Tfff',l i im ity t jm? r.vv
Thoy do nic no good. I am going
on from worse to w orsc. I can en
dure it no longer. I feel that in a
week or two I shall be dead. There
is one last request I would mako of
you: give mo a boltlo of Mother
Seigcl's Curative Syrup; it is my
only hope. If it proves a failure
and docs mo no good I will die in
peace, and make no more expense
to tho paiish."
It seems she had got hold of one
of Mother Seigel's Almanacks and
read of the great cvues wrought by
the Syrup in cases like hers.
Tho Board pitied the poor lone
woman and granted her petition, be
lieving, however, the syrup would
prove as useless as the other medi
cines she had already taken. "What
was their astonishment to find, in the
course of a few days, that she had
not only been able to get out of bed,
but to move about outside the house,
and had taken journeys to a consid
erable distance, and was actually en
joying better health than since she
was first taken ill. The asthma and
bionchitis, which weie no more than
symptoms of her true disease (indi
gestion and dyspepsia), mpidly
abated, and it now seems that Bar
baia will soon bo as hale and bcaity
as the Inspector himself, and be one
of the hosts of living witnesses to
the power of Mother Seigcl's Syrup
to save the thousands who were just
ready to perish.
Mother Seigcl's Curative Sryup is
for sale by all chemists and medi
cine vendois, and by the proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited, So Far
ringdon Road, London, E. C.
MR. J. F. NOBLE
WILL CEASE TO DELIVER
"The Daily Bulletin."
All complaints, &c, in future,
must bo made direct to tho Manager
of the Daily Bulletin ; and
Due up to this day, Dec. 3 I st, 1 887
will bo collected by J. E. Brown &
Co., whoso receipt for the same will
be recognized only.
Honolulu, Dec. 31, 1887.
The "Waikiki residence of Mr. Fred II
Hnjseldcn situated at Kapiolani Park
between iho lesidenecs of Hon. V. Q
Irwin, and Mr. Frank Brown, U olTcrcd
for rent, lease, or sale. For teims npply
to the undersigned.
02 tf FHED II. IIAYSKI.DEX.
I HAVE been in business at Kaliliiwai
for many yenia, and I have had no
tionble until now. Too many pertons
come lo my place, and I do not know
which of them aro bad and which are
good Some conic to my house to sleep
and steal. Now afier 8 o'clock at night
I will let no person come in my jiud.
If some one wants business with me, kt
him call fium without my premises. If
ho is all right I will let him come in,
but if I do not know him I will have
him auestcd. LAI fcANG
November 21. 1837. 87
IHKKHIVY forbid a'ljicri.onsfrom en
tcritig my premises nt Kall'dual,
except on businusB, aftei 8 o'clock in the
evening. Any nno haitig bnsinets with
me after that hour, must first rail me by
numo biforo entering the prcmlst s Any
one found licspassing i n my prcn.iscs oi
about tlieih itltir tint hour, vim lmc
no hiisimbs theie, will bu dtalt ulth ac
cording to Jaw.
OQ Kalihiwai, Kauai.
O LUSO HAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to nmuni
cate with tho l'oitucueso, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will find it
iho most profitable way to advertise in
tho I.uso HavJaiiano, the now organ of
tho Portuguese colony, which is pub.
lished on Merchant strtot, Gazette Huild.
inc. (Post-Onlce Letter Uox K.), and
only charges reasonable rates for adver
tChronle 1)1 a.
Kstab.1878. Send for
tv -iiKH wiui every lt wr y, rea famr hlet No V.
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7Q4 BAO MBNTO HT . BAN FB AWOrBCO, OATi.
Fob. 88, '87.
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General Business Agency.
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dom. Custom llouso brokerage Firo and Life
Insurance receive pionipt intuition.
ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED AND
MR. JOHN GOOD JR.
Skilled aid Unskilled Labor Furnished.
bought, sold anil rented.
Sovcial valuable properties in and
mound iho city now for salu on tasy
Convenicnl Cottages in desirable healthy
locutions In and uenr the city to let or
lease til reasonable rates.
Employment Wanted by several men nud
bo) s, wlio w ill mnko themsthes use
ful in performing the various ollicos
and ehoies lequiitd by pm.ite fami
lies. Pull p.uticulurs ghen on applii utlon
at tho iigLiicy.
Orduit) hom llie other Islands piompt.
ly attended to.
FOR SAM FRANCISCO,
The new and fine Al fctcol steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from Sjdney
and Auckland on m about
February 12, 1888.
And will leave for the above port with
mnlls and passcngeis on or about that
Kor height or passage, having SU
PEHIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WH. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
The new and lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
January (9, 1888,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for the above poi t3.
For freight or passage, having SU
PEKIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
LONG BRANCH BATHS,
rpHE LONGBKANCII HATH
1 House, at Waikikl, is a fuVorite
resort and should bo visited by all, es
pccially by those who have uotct seen
the place. The route Is picturesque all
A Japanese and wife arc now in at
tendance at tho Bath House. Tho
woman will attend to Ladies who may
favor us with a call
Uusses leave Hit- Pantheon Stables for
llie iinths four I iin-- daily.
II BAKUEH, Proprietor.
Let me have a mild
rpiIE ABOVE REQUEST IS HEARD
JL da ly in cigar stores, saloons and
other p aces where cigars are bold. fr
itisau undisputed fucuhaimosumokcrs
prefer a inild cigar and that those who
havo for u long tune smoked strong
cigars, principally imported Manilas,
will, after having thoroughly injured
the stomach and impaired the uirvous
system, Bin oly wanm mild clgar.it they
cuijio iiiiu inu ngni Kiiiu,
How many thousauds nf smokers who
butler from lots of appetite, liemiac he,
iienous irritability, asthma, etc, jnd
who huvo tried all posalblu renicdUn
without buccohs, might lie cured if they
kuow that their Buftetingh were caused
by the intemperate use of strong cigars,
and that they should only smoke mild
and properly prepared ones.
It is a fact that all mild oigars agree
well with smokers, for in most cases
there is a lack of caro in tho selection of
tho tobacco, uml often tho nicessnry ex.
perlenco for it 'is wanting, jet there is
one brand which suits tho most fastidious
smoker, and that is
" Sampler" iallli Cigar
Which is made from mild, aromatic and
particularly selected and prepared to
bacco, and (ombinc3 all the qualities
which may bo expected from u health
cigar. It causes no bad cilect of any
kind, is agreeable to tho tasto, burns
evenly to tho end and possesses n fine
aroma, No smoker should fall to givo
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, nnd benefit himself at the
For sale Everywhere.
Australian Hail Surrlco
"liM.Ti'a,iraTv;i;gi;mm'AraBaBnffwi i ; ii iimmMtpiq
Now is Urn Tin to Plant
FIELDS AND PADDOCKS
WITH FINE GRASSES.
The undersigned havo just received,
fresh, from tho Colonic.',
Pasture Grass Seeds
Iu great aricty, and which
In Lots to Suit,
As tho rainy season is now com.
ing on, l'lantera and Glaziers
aro particularly called on to "
Give ita Grasses a trial
WHI. G, IRWIN & Co,
Late Fariicr toll. R H. Vrinco of
Wales' 12th Royal Lancers. .
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
Residence: :tl Alakca Street,
3?. O. BOX 408. 20K
Have just received nnd placed on salo
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY
These goods were selected spr.
cinlly tor this market at tho
Messrs. Reed & Barton,
And comprl; o a great variety of
nohr mottt in Qtjimi
Uoth Ornamental and Useful.
Thcso beautiful presents huvo como
Many of the articles are partlcu.
lurJy appropriatd for
Wedding Presents !
and cau bo had at prices vary,
$i.oo to $50.00.
tSTComo and gee them for youriclf.
D. MCEEIIE k CO.
lU'icka, Tjlino & Cement.
Families and Ships supplied on most
JJ55- ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
Mutual Tele, 292. P. O. Uox, 470.
No..20 Foit St., op. O. S. S. Co's Wharf.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of Fino
WHISKIES, WINES AND LIQUORS.
Ko. 15 Xuunim St., Honolulu.
CS TKLnrnc-NB I'OS. I3m.-rs
NEATLY DONE nnd with despatch
at the HAWAIIAN HOTEL STA
BLES. Hand Clippers. 82lf
Boned Chickeu & Turkey
Citron, Lemon & Orange Peel
Gala Prunes, Dates,
Cape Cod Cranberries
French Peas, Rolled Oats
Germea, Ci ackers,
Jfcrsey Blue Potatoes
Kegs Family Beef
And a general assortment
Olias, Mustace, -
Telephone Both Companies 240.
ofi A complete line of TBflo
STAPLE AND FANCY GBOCEIHES,
Fresh Goods on Iccby each arrival of the O. S. S. Co's Steamers. Goods delivered
to all parts of Honolulu.
Island oulersolicitcd and packed with care, and shipped to any part of the Kingdom
IMPORTERS ANB DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions andFe,ed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe
Fresh California Produce by every Steamer, All ordeis faithfully attended to.
and Goodj delivered to any part or the city free of charge. Island orders soli
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Oflloo Box 145. Tolenhonft No. 02. 108 ly
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Every Description of
Executed with neatness and dispatch.
Al J. J. I i
For Sale! To Let! For Lease!
FOR SALE 1 Lo't of Land. 17Bxl08 ft.
Healthy Location Good view, $9G0.
t Lot of Land, ir.n108 ft. Healthy Lo
cation, etc., $850.
TO LET 1 Dwelling House, 4 rooms,
$15 per month.
1 House with Store, $40 per month.
Rooms, en Milte or single, from $2 to $5
FOR LEASE 1 Lots, each G0x70 foM,
loi building. Good Location; water
laid on j teims easy and tho right pal.
tics assisted in Imlktlhg.
Copjint miit ;cutu1 IttiMinuss Agent
No. 84 lung Si i tot.
P O.Uoxli.S. liuigiat1 Expiess OBlcc.
Mince Meat, in 5 lb tubs
Onions, Wheat, Corn,
Plum Pudding '
Saloon & Medium Biead
Salt Pork, 5 11) tins
World's Breakfast Food
of Groceries, for sale by
P. O. Box 297.
A HEMARKABLE CASE.
Uudcr the above licatling llie
Doncastcr Reporter of July Gth,
1887, publishes the following in its
editorial columns -
Our readers may recall tho cir
cumstance of n young clerk, named
Arthur Ricliold, falling insensible
on tho Wcatloy Lane in this town
some time ago, and being picked
up, as lie continued perfectly help
less, and taken in a cab by two
gentlemen to the oilleo of F. "V.
Fisher, Esq; the solicitor who em
ployed him. On restoiing him to
consciousness it was ascertained '
that lie was aflicted with what
seemed to be an incurable disease.
When he was nblo to speak ho
said he had been to his dinner and
nnd was on his way back lo his
work, when suddenly his head was
in a whirl and he fell in tho street
like a man who is knocked down.
On coming to his senses in tho soli
citor's oilleo he thought what this
might mean, and feared he was
going to havo a fit of illness, which
we all know is a veiy dreadful
thing for a poor man with a family
to caro for.
With this in his mind he at once
sought the best medical advice,
telling tho doctors how he had been
attacked. They questioned him
anil found that his piesent malady
was exhaustion of tho nervous sys
tem resulting from general debility,
indigestion, and dyspepsia- of a
chronic nature. This in turn had
been caused by confinement to his
desk and grief at the loss of dear
friends by death. Tho coming on
of this strange disease, as desciibcd
by Mr. Eichold, must "bo of inter
est both to sick and well. He had
'noticed for several ycais previously,
in fact, that his eyes and face be
gan to have a yellow look; theto '
was a sticky and unpleasant slimo
on the gum's and teeth in the
morning; the tongue coated; and
the bowels so bound a,nd costive
that it induced that most painful
and tioublesome ailment the piles.
He says there was some pain in
the 6ides and back and a sense of
fulness on the right side, as though
the liver weie enlarging, which
proved to be the terrible fact.
The secretions fiom the kidneys
would be scanty and high-coloured,
with a kind of gritty or sandy
deposit after standing.
These things had troubled Mr.
Richolfl a long time, and after his
fall in the street ho clearly perceived
that the fit of giddinessvas nothing
more than a sign of 'tlio steadly
and deadly advance of the complaint,
which began in digestion and dys
pepsia. His story of how he went
from one physician to another in
seatch of a cure that his wife and
little ones might not come to want is
very pathetic and touching. Finally
he became too ill lo keep bis situa
tion and had to give it up. This
was a sad calamity. He was appall
ed to think how he should be able to
live. But God raised up friends
who helped to keep the wolf from
the door. He then went' to the sea
side at Walton-on-the-Naze, but
neither the change, nor the phy
sicians who treated him there, did
any good. All being without avail
he visited London, with a sort of
vague hope that some advantage
might happen to him in the metro
polis. This was in October, 1885.
How wonderful, indeed, aro the
ways of Providence, which dashes
down our highest hopes and then
helps us when we least expect it.
i While in London he stated his con.
dilion to a 'friend, who stibngly ad
vised him to try a medicine which ho
called Mother Scifel's Curative
Syrup, saying it was genuine and
honest, and often cured when every
thing else had failed. He bought
a bottle of a chemist in Pimlico, and
began using it according to the di
rections, lie did this without faith
or hope, and the public, may there
fore judge of his surpiiso and plea-,
sine when after taking a few doses
ho felt great relief. He could eat
better ; his food distressed him less ;
tho symptoms we have named abated ;
tho dark spots which had floated
before his eyes like smuts of soot,
gradually disappcaied, and his
strength increased. Before this
time Ills knees would knock together
whenever ho tried to walk. $o en
couraged A'as he now that he kept
on using Mother tieiyel's Curative
Syrup until it ended in completely
In speaking of his wonderful re
covery Mr. Richold says it made
him think of poor Robinson Crusoo,
and his deliverance fiom captivity
on his island in the Bca; and added,
"But for Mother Seigcl's Curative
Syiup the grass would now bo
giowing over my grave,"
Our readers cau rest assured of
of tho strict tnith of all the state
ments in this most lemnrkable case,
as Mr. Richold (now residing at
Swiss Cottage, Walton-on-the-Nazo)
belongs to one of tho oldest and
most respected families in tho beau
tiful village of Long Melford,
Suffolk, and his personal character
is attested by so high an authority
ns tho Rev. C. J. Martyn, rector
of that paiish, besides other excel
lent names. We havo deemed tlio
case of such inportanco to the pub
lic a.H to justify us in giving this
short account of it in our columns,
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