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KVKNINO IIUIiliETIN, MAY 24, 1895.
Haven INuiiuIh lit One "Woolf
Not every man who in thin would
tlmnk you for fattening him. Ho
doesn't want to bo fntniul for every
good reasons. Unnecessary fat is a
load to carry about; it interferes
with n man's power to work, short
ens his wind, and dulls his wits.
Yet, on the- other hand, a certain
amount of flesh is needed for health
and comfort. For example, A
man five feet high should weigh
about 1201bs.; and man five feet
six incheB, 1451bs.; n man six feet,
178 lbs. It is a regular ascending
scale. The insurance companies
allow n variation of 7 percent above
or below it, and beyond those limits
charge an extra premium. One
shouldn't bo much over or under
his proper weight if ho wants to bo
sound and hearty and we all do
Now we will tell you how Mr.
Thomas Crosby, being under weight,
gained seven pounds in a week. He
had lost 1-J stone, which is too
much off for u man who was never
lleshier than ho naturally ought to
It was this way. He was right
enough up to May, 1891. At that
time he began to feel ill and out of
sorts. He had a nasty tasto in his
mouth like rotten eggs, he says
and a thick, slimy stuff came on
his gums and teeth. His appetite
failed, and what ho did eat was, as
you might say under compulsion ;
and right afterwards ho would have
great pain in his stomach and
chest. Plainly, something was amiss
witlvhimin that region. Ho was
often dizzy, and cold chills ran
over him as though ho were threat
ened with fever. Of course wc
should expect a man who is handled
in this way to lose strength. Mr.
Crosby lost strength. In fact, he
he got so" weak and nervous that he
shook all over, and his hands trem
bled as if a current of electricity
were running through him.
A Cure Seldom Equalled in Med
Long Beach, Gal,
Over all discuses' caused by or arising
from impure- blood, Ilood's Sarsapa
rilla seoins to have almost magical con
trol. Even whero all kinds of treat
ment utterly fail, Ilood's Sarsaparilla
accomplishes tho most remarkable
cures. In illustration of this, please
read tho following frank letter of Mr.
,Frccby, voluntarily endorsed by the
PoBtmastcr and Druggist of tho town :
",My wlfo apraincd her onklo ten years
ago. It apparently got well to all outwnrd
appearance, it being a littlo larger thnn
tho other nnklo, but in a low months
Hood's paruta Cures
three sores broke out on her knee, her
ankle, and foot. They becamo
Largo Running Ulcers
and tho doctor could not do anything to
help. I then took my wife to tho hospital
and tho surgoonB scraped all tho flesh
round tho sores, and said they would get
well. They almost healed up, but soon
two littlo specks camo, ono on each oldo of
To uo his own word: "1 rapidly
lost flesh, was 1 .J stono lighter, and
could hardly walk about. Once
my parents thought 1 was dying,
and sent in hasto for the doctor. I
saw two doctors in Epworth and
ono at Haxcy, but . they wero not
able to help 'me. Our vicar, Row
Mr. Overton, recommended mo to
the Lincoln Infirmary, where I at
tended for eight weeks as an out
door patient, without benefit.
"Soon afterwards Mr. Sharp, u
chemist, at Kpworth, spoke to mo
of the virtues of a medicino known
as Mother Siegel's Curative Syrup.
Being interested in what ho said, I
left off trying other things and be
gan taking this Syrup. In a few
days 1 felt better, and presently I
gained seven pounds in a week.
At that rato I soon got back to my
work, and have had the best of
health ever since. 1 tell these facts
to everybody, and am perfectly
willing they should bo published.
Yours truly (Signed), Tom CitosnY,
Ferry Road, Epworth, via Don
caster, December 23rd, 1892."
After reading Mr. Crosby's story
we scarcely need to ask why he lost
flesh. The minute ho stopped eat
ing and digesting his usual allow
ance of food ho began to fall away.
Trees, thoy say, grow as much from
tho air by means of their leaves, as
they do from the soil. But men
don't. They've got to be built up
through their stomachs. Indiges
tion and dypepsia (Mr. Crosby's
complaint) stops this process and
poisons those who have it, besides.
That accounts for all the painful
and dangerous symptoms our friend
speaks of. The doctors do what
they can, but, unluckily, they don't
possess tho medicino that goes to
J the bottom of this disease and cures
it. The remedy is Mother Seigol's
Curative Syrup, and nothing else,
so far as wo know, it restores
digestion, and digestion covers the
bones with fat enough for health
and good looks.
tho flrBt sore. Tho doctors said thoy
would not amount to anything, but in a
few days thoy turnedout to bo moro ulcers,
and in a short tlmo they had eaten Into
tho original ooro and mado a largo wound.
Tho surgeon next decided that an
Operation Must Bo Performed.
My wifo would not consent to this. I was
about discouraged and decided to lmvo her
try a bottle of Ilood's Sarsaparilla. Besides
giving her this inedcino wo bandaged her
foot In steeped leaves and roots and con
tinued this treatment for flvo months. At
tho end of that tlmo sho bad taken oleven
bottles of Ilood's Barsaparllla, the sores
! wero ail healed and sho is perfectly well.
My wifo is 52 years old and is In the best
of health." Joseph 0. FitnnnY, Long
of Long Beach, Cal., says ho knows Mr.
Free by to bo a man of his word, and ho
believes his statement to bo strictly true.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, and
carefully prepared from tho host ingredient).
Till: VOhWK (JOUItT.
Iti(l;i: Puny Mulct's HiihIiichm
Lively hh Umiul.
According to the statement of
tho l'olicc Court records as shown
on pages (iO, Gl and 02, of volumo
20 of tho I'olico Court reports, W.
Fernandez, accused of wrongfully
appropriating the largo amount of
threo dollars, gets until May 29th
to dertcrmino the matter between
him and tho government.
Fernandez is accused by his
brother-in-law with having kept
the threo dollars that had been
handed him to pay for repairs done
to a watch. Tho accused denies
that he ever received the money and
says tho charge is brought against
him through spite. Tho evidence
will no doubt tell whether or not
ho is guilty.
C. Alapai is a truant who evi
dently does not know whether
school keeps or not. To punish
him for his gross ignorance Judge
Perry quietly awarded him two
years in tho Reformatory school
and never "smole a smile" while
Ah Sang is a hard case accord-'
ing to his own testimony. Ho is,
or rather was, accused by the Re
public of Hawaii of having opium
in his possession. His testimony
in his own behalf was somewhat
remarkable. In Judge Perry's
handwriting it reads thusly: "I
am in tho habit of smoking opium I
all along. I could not do without ,
it. Pol (meaning police) opened
tho door and robbed me of $20 and
returned tho small change."
On cross-examination Mr. Sang
admitted that the uinsec he ate on
the occasion was of the third quality
and that ho had been convicted be
fore for opium smoking.
Judge Perry could not seo whero
tho extenuation of his offense como
in, however, and gave him two
months at hard labor, with a dol
lar and forty cents thrown in for
"Mendoza" is an awful man ac
cording to the Attorney-General's
sido of tho case. A mounted
policeman actually found him on
Tuesday last, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
asleep on Wilder avenue. Tho
aforosaid policeman woke him up
and the poor innocent said he was
not drunk but only momentarily
affected with a slight sickness. Ho
also worked on the policeman's
feelings by stating that ho needed
a rest and so forth to tho extent
that tho marshal's representative
let him lio until about 4 o'clock.
Returning at that time and finding
Mr. Mendoza still dozing his case
was brought to tho attention of tho
court and was convicted.
A native lady and gentleman
whoso names are too long to pub
lish, severally individually and
collectively "plead" guilty to sell
ing liquor without a license, away
up in Nuuanu Valley, not many
days since. At tho request of tho
prosecution sentence was suspended
until moved on; probably with tho
idea of catching somo other offen
ders in tho same locality, whose
whereabouts might bo ascertained
by a littlo quiet investigating by
Fbidat, May 2t.
Bktno rinnter, Dow, for Port Townsend
Stmr Kinau, Olarko, for Mnui anil Ha-
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Stmr Kenuhou, Thompson, for Knuai, at
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nd Vancouver. B. O.:
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land on or about
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Cor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolnln
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer
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