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ship Tho young lirothci anil Btstor
leaving liom'o ami friends for Micro
nesia's far-off shores, iliil not how
ever jjo alone (toiup in obedience
to Christ's command, and carrying
the tidings of His redeeming love,
they might expect to enjoy the pro
mise of'l lis presence in the fullness
of its meaning, "I am with you."
Always may they lie blessed with
conscious nearness to (he Lord Je
sus. Even to the end of the world
will lie give this joy to all of us
consecrated to His service, and call
us to ' higher joy in the glories of
His finished redemption in the world
of blessedness nboye.
After prapers by iiiv. Dr. llydc
and Kcv. J. Wnininnu, tho doxology
was Biing, and tho benediction pro
nounced by Kcv. h-. lleckwitli, and
lluv. J. lliekncll, Acting .Secretary
of the Hawaiian Hoard.
The awning was lowered, the last
farewells said in tender tones with
a lingering clasping of hands, the
vessel watched with hush of breath
ns the lines were cast oif. Silently,
save with one parting whistle, the
Morning Star steamed from the
dock around tho wharves. As she
glided away she dipped her Hag in
aalutes to' the waving of handker
chiefs and other tokens of friendly
recognition. The voyage is planned
for 291 days, tha vessel stopping at
Kusaio first, there Miss Little will
enter on her work. Thence to Kuk,
where the Star will leave Mr. Sncl
liDg, who joins the Mission there.
His wife, detained by illness in San
Francisco, will follow next year.
The work in the Marshall Jlslauds
will be done this year before the
usual annual visit to the Gilbert Isl
ands, in order to secure expected
freedom from storms in the one
group and more favoring winds in
the other. The prayers of many
friends go before her with the lov
ing hope of a safe return bringing
glad tidings of good work done.
THE U S. S. OMAHA".
The U. S. S. Omaha arrived this
morning from Panama. The Omaha
is a wooden vessel of 2,-100 tons.
She is 200 feet in length, 3G feet
beam and 17 feet G inches draft.
Sho has old fashioned engines with
four boilers and two smoke stacks,
and her best speed is about 12 knots
per hour. She has 12 guns 10
J) inch, 1 8-inch, and 1 u'0-pounder,
and has also a secondary battery
of -1 IJotsehkiss machine gnus, 1
3-inch rifle and 1 gattling gun. Be
sides a complete electric outfit, the
Omaha has torpedo arrangements lor
both ship and launch. The vessel
is furnished with improved ventilat
ing apparatus She has one steam
and one sailing launch.
The Omaha left Panama on May.
5th and called at nearly all the ports
of Central America, thence went to
Acapulco, sailing from there for
Honolulu on June loth. At Panama
the Omaha's officers were entirely
changed excepting the Captain,
Chief and Assistant Engineers, the
former officers going home.
On arrival off port this morning
the Omaha saluted the American
Admiral, and on entering the har
bor saluted the Hawaiian flag. The
salutes were answered.
It is not known how long the
Omaha will remain here. Her next
port will be Yokohama, to which
station she belongs. She has be
sides a full list of olllcers, 250 men.
Following is the list of olllcers:
Captain F. V. McNair.
Lieut. Comdr. W. C. Reisingcr.
J. 13. Murdock.
Clins. A. Foster.
J. M. Bowyer.
Ensign Simon Cook.
M. L. Read.
" A. C. Dieffenbach.
Cadet 13. W. Stearns.
" C. E, Iladson.
Surgeon George It. Bush.
Paymaster C. A. McDanicl.
Chief Engineer Edwin Wells.
Asset. Surgeon V. C. 13. Means.
Lieut. TV. C. Tamer, U. S. M. C.
1 A. Engineer A. V. Jane.
Asst. Engineer C. A. Carr.
Pay Clerk John Trat.
Boatswain Win. Manning.
Carpenter John G. Tihlen.
NEWS FROM HAWAII.
J1Y Till'. KIXAU.
Heavy winds and boisterous sens
prevailed all along Hilo and llamu
kua coasts this week.
The brig Lurline arrived at Hilo
last Tuesday, 10 days from San
jaucisco. The gentleman who is
to sucecd Hon. II. S. Townscnd at
Hilo Boarding School was a passen
ger. Mr. Jules Tavermcr, who has
been very seriously ill at Uilo, Wns
slightly better when the steamer
The steamer Iwalani was at llacno,
near Mahukona, for U days this
week, taking shelter from the bad
weather. She left Ilacne for Hama
kua, yesterday morning.
The schooner Golden ricecc was
still at Papaikou when the steamer
Kinnu left, unablo to load on ac
count of the roughlcss of tho sea
The Crater of Kilauen lias been
quite active ; three flows were seen
from the Volcano House.
At 3 o'clock on the morning of
the 8th inst. a Swede, John Ander
son, who worked on Waikca planta
tion, was murdered. John Ander
son has been on Waikea plantation
for tho past 8J years and was not
kiiown to have hud any enemies. On
.tiie evening of tuo 7th he was seen
mitfftgisg.'.awmiaMi-.1 . uuwiunMgt.im manga
nt Hilo and at about S o'cldcU thill
evening he went to his house, where
his wife and two children lived. Ho
remained with his fuinih utitil about
11 o'clock p. m., when he left for a
Japanese and Chinese camp two
miles awav. lie is said to havo ar
rived at the camp and had akcd for
some Japs, who were not then there.
At a o'clock in the morning of Ihu
8th three pistol shots were heard,
and a little later John Anderson was
found lying on his face on tho
groundwith three bullet holes in
hiin. lie was dead. No weapon
was found near the body of Ander
son. Sheriff Hitchcock is working
up the case and several parties arc
suspected. A reward of S100 is
offered for evidence that will lead to
the arrest and conviction of the
narlv or narties who committed tho 1
LEGISLATURE OF 188B. "Tho Dally
and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
only correct nnd reliable reports of tho
proceedings of the picsont l.eglslatuic.
Monday, July i).
Ski.i:ct paitics of Sunday bathers
at Waikiki are becoming numinous.
riiAcocii it Co. have lunted tho
store next to Mr. M. Mclnerny's, on
Snvint.vt. cars for the Hawaiian
Tramways Co., came by the S. S.
" Miss Mary Lee, daughter of Cap
tain John Lee, had a birthday party
on board the bark C. 1). Bryant this
A suiun.Y of Clarke's Hawaiian
Guide Book has been received at Mr.
(iraeuhalgh'b, rort sheet, and copies
may lie piocurcd thore.
Mil. 11. J. Agnew has sold bis
3-year old black inaie to a Colonial
horse fancier for $1,000, and yestoi
day the was shipped by the S. S.
Tmtnn wagonettes loaded with
"jolly jack tars" from tho British
hbip of war, Cormorant, sailed about
town to-day. The British colors weie
(lying and all hands were hinging to
the euphonious accompaniment of
Among the passengers by the Maii
po'.a, yesterday, going through to the
Colonies, weic Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Milner, Shakespearean leaders, sevc
lal ?tatu Commissioners for the Mel
bourne Exhibition, and Billy Boyd,
the "notorious passport crook," ilce
ing from Justice.
Mis. A. M. IfeWL'tt icteived by the
Mariposa, and lias for sale, photo
graphs of the late Emperor William,
the late rh'deiiek 111., the present
Knjpcior of Geimany, 1'iince Henry,
Prince Bismarck, and Yon Molkc.
The photographs represent each of
those distinguished personages in
Wnr.x the U. S. S. Mohican was
leaving the harbor yestinday morn
ing, homeward bound, her pennant,
fully l.TO feet long, trailing in the
water astern, cheer after cheer was
exchanged between her and the Yan
dalia; and so jubilant were the Mohi
can boys that many of them tlnew
their hats overboard.
Tuesday, July 10.
II. B. M. S. Coiimohaxt departed
at 11 o'clock this morning,
A nivinnxn of $20 per share is now
payablo to tho stockholders of Grove
liimch Plantation Co., at Castle &
Sixch the Mohican's return heic
from her visit South, Siimoan fans
have become tho rage, though they
are inferior to Hawaiian fans.
Miss. Piescott's residence, School
fell eel, was burglarized early yester
day morning. The culprit has not
yot been caught.
A caiiu:oua.m from Sydney (New
South Wales), dated Juno 20th, says:
The Maritime Labor Union has le
solvcd that tho Cbineso bands on
board the steamer Alameda must be
replaced by Europeans, otherwise tho
steamer will not bo allowed to load.
Tin: Mariposa dining her slay in
port in San Krancisco, was thorough'
ly renovated and painted, and the
saloons and staterooms have been
newly upholstered and carpeted. Sho
almost presented the appearance of
a now vessel.
Tiik last m nil biought tidings of
tho deatli of Hon. William Hyde, of
Ware, Mats. Ho will bo remembeied
by many who met him when ho vib
ited tho islands in 1878. Ho was a
member of tho A. B. C. P. M and
was a generous contributor to its
treasury. Itov. Dr. Hyde of (his city
is hih nephew,
A oi.ay pigeon tournament will bo
bold at Jvnpiohuii Pail; on Saturday,
July 2,')rd, which bills fair to bo a
success, as already 20 gentlemen
have entered for tho match ; each
contestant will shoot at 10 pigeons,
18 or 20 yaids rise. Anyone who
wishes to enter, can do so, at tho gnu
store of Mis. Lack, on Port stieot. A
valuable piizo will bo given to tho
Wednesday, July 11.
AVaiamu mill has suspended gi hid
ing for awhile : Waianao is through
for the fcuboii.
Tin: steamor Montaguo brought
I ,.'00 watei melons from Makua,
Wnmnno, loi 3ohn ICaulabcii, this
Siir.Aiin am being proparcd to take
out tho steamer hvalani's boilor on
hor loluni fiom Hawaii, and to put
iu a new one,
Cai'TAIN Freeman was sumeioiilly
leeovcied fiom bib lalo illness Inst
ovening, to resumed command of tho
Tun ceutor-board, sloop rigged suif
boat that caino by the Maiiposa for
tho Morning Star has boon put on
hoard tho Jailer vessel.
By tho latest news from Mr. John
Balicoek, ho bail gouo into tho coun
try, of Washington Territory, and
was well, happy and fa I,
Mit. J, A. McCaiidlcsB has given a
full power of attorney to Mr, J. fj.
McCaiidlotB to act for tho former dur
ing bib absence from tho kingdom,
aha nbbimm wiamiktf mmiA Honolulu, n u mi-v m, i8
Thursday, July 12.
Mn. Lope?, is having a now home
put up at the corner of King and
Mil. Jas. Williams lias been ter
iously ill for the past several days
with inllamation of bowels.
Tim bill to abolish the office of
Governor pasrod its Ibiid leading in
the House lo-dav by a vote of III! lo
Tiik keystone of the new l'eiry
block, corner of Nliuauu nnd Hotel
streets, contains the coal-of-arnis of
Ik the case of the King vs. V. Y.
Asliford and Mrs. Ehuira Kabana-
nui, in the Police Court this morn
ing, a plea of guilty was entered and
the usual fine imposed.
l'oi.in: Olllcers diseoveied a fire in
a room whine Chinese live, on Chap
lain street, at about U :15 o'clock Ibis
morning. Though the room was all
ablaxo when tho lire was discovered,
the (lames weie exlinguisbod by tho
police without the aid of the lire de
partment. Two persons, without permission,
look Messrs. Baird and Whitney's
yacht Nellie for a sail at dusk last
evening, and got onto the reef on the
Waikiki side of the harbor. Tho
yacht is there yet and stands evciy
show of becoming a total wreck.
Tin: taking of the names and ad
dresses for tho Honolulu Business
Directory is now well advanced. A
valuable feature in the arrangement
of Ibis work, will be a street directory
showing the street intersections and
all the names of occupants in rota
tion, so that the exact place of busi
ness or residence or every icsident
can be known by reference to tho
book. Independently of the street
directory, there will also bo an alpha
betical arrangement of all (ho names,
callings, and residences of tho Hono
Vridny, July VS.
Tin: pccond organ recital at Kau
makapili church will bo given Satur
day ovening, July 21st.
Mil. J. C. Lane is making rapid
progress on his Hawaiian directory.
He is at present engaged in taking
names and addresses of Honolulu
residents, and is pretty well advanced
with that department. The space
alottcd for advertisements u nearly
Tin: Hawaiian Hotel and the hotel
grounds woie prettily decorated and
lighted last night, the occasion being
a public Band conceit. At the close
of the concert, the largo pallor was
cleared, and an hour or two spent in
dancing. Tin's was the inauguration
of what is intended to bo a lcgular
Saturday, July II.
Tin: U. S. S. Omaha, which ar
rived this morning, brought a num
ber of men for the Flagship Van
To-day being the anniversary of
the fall of the Bastile, the Hawaiian
Band played at the residence of the
Mas. Floience William's lecture on
Marcus Aurelius, at Harmony Hall,
on Thursday evening, was not so well
attended as her previous lectures
have been. Mrs. Williams tlnew her
whole soul into tho lecture and re
lated with manifest pleasure tho
eaily training of this notable Em
peror and dwelt with admiration on
the teachings of his mother and un
cle. Mrs. Florence Williams lec
ture on the Bepublie .of Venice will
be delivered next Tuesday evening,
at 7 :-15 o'clock.
Stnir Mariposa from Saa Francisco
StnirMikaliala from Kauai
Hcbr iuilnmami from Hawaii
Sebr Eva from Euieka via Mahukona
Stmr Kaala from AVaialua and Wai-
Stinr .las Makcc from Kapaa
Fchr lhilckalii from I'epeckco
Stmr Waimanalo from Ewa
Stmr .7 A Cummins from (Cool an
Stmr C J BHiop from a circuit around
July 1 2-Foiir-maMcd
bark Omen, Capt YV An
thony, 12 days from Newcastle, N
Stmr Y G Hall from Luhaina, Manlaea,
Kona and Kau
Sebr Kaiikcaoull from Hawaii
Sehr C'artei'Ina from llanalel
StinrLikcliko from ICaliultii
HtmrKiiiau from Muni and Hawaii
StmrMokolll from Molokal
USS Omaha from Panama
Sclir Mary from liaualei
Stmr Mariposii for th Colonies
IT a S Mohican for S.m Francisco
Stinr Iwalani for Lahahiaaud llamakua
at H a m
Stmr Kluau for IIIlo and way ports, at
1 p ni
Stmr Llkellke for Kahului and liana at
fi p in
Slmr I oliiia for Iliunakua at fi p m
Stmr Mokolli for Molokal at G p m
Stmr Mikabala for Kauai at 5 p in
Pchr Ivaalokai for IColoa
Sebr Llhollho for Wahnca
JJktno Morning Star for tho South Sea
Stmr Jas Malice for Kapaa at 0 p m
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Waianac, Wniulun
and Koolnu at !J a m
Bk Pak Wnu for Port Blnkely
Sehr Eva for liuruka
Hktuo Discovery for San Francisco
I?. , c ..
j iuiii.-5.ui iruueisco, per
S S Mari-
poia, July 8lJr ,1 Iliodlu, W )V Camp
bo anil wife, JMUJ,soii Bov I Gooil
'lc'll'I'1ur ,Vi," Tu"i..a 'blldreu and
nurse, W U Hanls, MUs
llcrlnir, Mrs A l' HUdulirnnii. itn..n
Hildcbrand, James T HoiUdon, Wm
Laoy, Mrs W II Bloc, Mrs .1 M Smith,
A K Ifcoht, Musters J K and I Ucubt,
Key A hJuelling, U HiitiiorJanii, a oun
,ir. iso 7 in iriuisuior
(JO Xor Syduey,
From Kauai, por steamer Mrkahala.
July 8-0 Chilstlan, wife and family, F
Conradt, C Koelllng, G L IIMk p, I. W
Tonls, O Xeiliiianii, lieu J IS Hnuaild,
Mrs Kala. Miss M Mahoc. S Chinese
and tS deck.
For Maul and Molokal. per slcamer
Likinike. July d Mls M Klla Sponncr,
Dr.N II Emerson, Dr V. 1) Swift, llev
John Monl', wife and child. . I G Mor
ri, Mrs Sharrat and on, Miss M A
Shamir, TXnpolcon.lUV Meyer, A II
Landgiaf, W Burlowltz, II Law", and
For Kauai, per stmr Wnlaleale, Julv
It Mr Glade, wife and family, Hun F
Gay, Mr Evans and son, ami about 10
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Khiau, July l)-Rev W 0 Merrltt. W J
Forbes, V A Baldwin, O W Baldwin,
Misses Ellen and Annie Bieknell, D
Porter, Mrs Turton, Ml Edith Turtou,
W O Uockland, D II llllchcoek, W II
Ciitlibcrt. Mrs Wodehoii'-c, lion .1 Ma-
gulrc, W II Cuminliigs TK Key worth,
nnd 00 others.
For Kauai, pur s-tmr Mikabala, July
10 Mr. BIcoand family. Mr Goodell,
Mrs Hopkins, G SulluMlantl, O Neu
mann, J hovel). Jr, and 'M deck.
From a circuit of Oalm, per steamer
CK Bishop, July 11 A Hastings, 11
Brae, and ! deck.
For South Sea llatul, per barkeii'.inc
Morning Star, July 12-Mts3 Alice Lit
tle, Albert Siiclllng, W and Mrs Mahoc,
Mr and Mrs- Wilson, T Nakookoo and
For Eureka, per sehr Evn, July Ki
lt C Clark.
From Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
W G Hall Her Majesty the (Juecii, 2
I'rlnees, Hon A F.Iudd. I C Jones, K
K Lilikalanl. Mrs T C Mills and child.
Mrs YV L Wilcox, Mrs A Ulukou, Airs
Kahalowal, J Jones, M : Foryth, Mrs
H Fisher, A MeDade, 2 Chinese and fill
From Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
Klnau, July Kl V O Lackland. Prof
O F CiMiml. N O Wilfoug, .1 A Beek
with, Miss I, Kimball, D E Williams. J
N Wight, T K Walker. Jas Brig t, Hon
J Mngbiic, Mls Alice Hughes. ,j I,
lllaisdell. wife and 2 children, Mi-s M
Brown, Hon E II Bailey, I) l)avl. E A
Blelcnlitrg, T Llsbmaii, .1 A Mooio. W
II Cimiiiiiiig, J D CoeUo I and :)L de k.
From Kahuliu and way ports, per
steai'ncr Llkellke, July 14 Lau Cheng.
Mr Perlowitz. Nairn, fing Yow, A Fef
nanduz, Jlis,l W l!e.t. Mi Itodgcr-,
MKs Sheldon, Mr llcidcmnuti, T 11 (jay,
Hal Chung, MrB N Pcriy and daughter,
O Leonard, Mr Simpson, l)r Kniersonl
Dr Swift, Mr Canavarro, Mr Parnel.
and 01 deck.
Cargoes from Jsluml Ports.
StnirMikaliala 1,30!) bags sugar and
lo bags rice
Makee 1,100 bags sugar.
St July 11
Stmr' Kuala :i00 bags paddy and 32
bales of hay.
Stmr C B Bishop 1,400 bags paddy, 200
Stmr W G llall-2.7:!0 bags sugar, 80
bags awa, 52 bags coffee, 211 hides,
10 calves, :) hoics and 21 hogs.
Stmr Llkellke 200 bags sugar.
Stmr Kinau ISO baga sug.ir. 150 bags
spuda, 7:1 bides, 2 horses, 1 cow and
calf, and i:t0 pkgs sundries.
AIlllIVALS AT SAN FIIANCISCO.
June 10, bark Saranae 20 days from
June 21, bark Thomas Bell, 20 days
June. 28, bark Forest Queen, 20 days
June2S, Brig W G Irwin, 10 days
June 20, lirig J D Spreckels. 10 days
Juno 110, bktuo Wrcitler, 10i days
June HO, Brig Lurline from San Fran-ei'-eo.
rnoji:cTKi) jjr.i'Aiirinii-.s rou Hono
1, Brig Consiiclo from San Fran-
July 17," S S Aiitr.ilia from San Fran
cisco, Uktnc Planter, brig W G Irwin and
sehr W S IJowne from San Franci-co.
June 27, bark Ivy Green, from Hall
fax, to load for Honolulu.
May 27, bark II Prit.cubcrger, for
June 21, bark J C Pfelfer, for Ilono
liilu. July 11
Two bow port, holes have been cut in
the bail; Godfrey.
The four-masted bark Omea, Captain
Anthony, which arrived this forenoon,
12 days from Newcastle, N S W, brought
1007 tons of coal for Allen & Boblnson,
The steamers Kaala and J A Cum
mins were to have been lowered from
the Murine Ball way this forenoon.
On Juno 13, at Palace Hotel, San
Francisco, by Itcv. O. B. 1'ltlado, Harry
"".. Eraser mid. Miss 13. Monroe, both of
In this city, Juno 21, of apoplexy,
John Soverln Gulllxsoii, dciuly beloved
brother of Juliana Isaksen, ami uncle of
Claus Isaksen. Mis, James Nelson and
Mis. T. F. Luiislugof Honolulu, Ilaus,
Emll, y., Louis A., and H. F. Gulllxson
tf San I'rancleco, for 22 years master
mechanic of l'aellle Polling Mills, a
native of Norway, aged 03 years, fi
months and 1 day. ti. F. paper.
WE, tho undersigned, give notice
that all persons having animal
or animals going astruy on l'apa nnd
Alika Lauds, nt South Kona, Hawaii,
nio hereby informed to hunt them imme
diately. Handled and sixty one and
half acres planted wlib Awa, has been
our labor for twelvo years, hut during
our absence at Maui for another cm nloy.
incur hundred and tliirty-sevcn of them
Jinvo Mifl'ercd tho damages done, either
by horses or cattle. Theroforo wo will
in tho future impound horee?, cattle,
etc, etc, that u find wanderings or
doiiiL' damliges on the above mentioned
u. ., ,r Headmen of the Firm.
South Kona, July 11, ie88. 44 w2t
Ie.w Goods ! Lowest Prices !
Brewer Block, IOC Vort
The Largest Stock and the Lowest Prices in the Kingdom.
San Francisco Prices The
Kept on hand and delivered to any part on
arrival of the steamer.
Laiest Line of Paper
Fancy Goods, Toys,
Artistic Stationery, Art Goods,
And ARTISTS' MATERIALS !
EJcsrCall and inspect our Stock and learn our priccsESSI
We wish you to call whether you wish to purchase or not.
PRINTING ant BOOKBINDING pigly atteihM to,
"W. H. GEAENHALG-H,
fiC5r5Slore open every ovening after July 1st,
o'clock. Saturdays till 9 p. m.
t. g. xurch.
St. near Hotel, Honolulu.
News Department. All the
and Novels in town.
106 Fort St., Honolulu, H. I.
i n. , i ,n .. ,
fJloam Works, Sunny South,
Tolo.: Boll 106, Mutual 24S.
Dcpol, 28 Merchant Slrool,
Tolo.: Bell 172, Mutual 3G0.
rntcnt Glass Valve Mottles
CAPACITY 1,000 DOZEN PER DAY.
Tjie only English Apparatus making
And Pure, Strong Effervescing
J6fOrdcrs delivered lo any pin of
thocitj. Island ordeu Milicitod. !)8 tf
HO V PILLS ARE HADE.
ripiIK custom tif taking medicine
X in the form of pills dates far
back in history. The object is to
enable ns to swallow easily in a, con
densed form disagreeable and nau
seous, but very useful, drugs. To
what vast dimensions pill-taking
has grown may be imagined when
we say that in England alone about
2,000,000,000 (two thousand mil
lion) pills arc consumed every yeaiv
In early days pills were made slowly
by hand, as the demand was com
paratively small. To-day they are
produced with infinitely greater
rapidity by machines especially con
trived for the purpose, and with.
greater accuracy, loo, in the pro
portions of the various ingredients
employed. iSTo form of medication can be
better than a pill, provided only it
is intelligently prepared. But right
hero occurs Hie difficulty. Easy as
it may seem to make a pill, or a
million of them, there are really very
few pills that call be honestly com
mended for popular use. Most of
them either undershoot or overshoot
the mark. As everybody takes pills
of some kind, it may be well to men
tion what a good, safe, and reliable
pill should be. Now, when one feels
dull and sleepy, and has more or
less pain in the head, sides, and
back, he may be sure his bowels are
constipated, and his liver sluggish.
To remedy this unhappy state of
things there is nothing like a good
cathartic pill. It mil act like a
charm by stimulating the liver into
doing its duty, and ridding the
digestive organs of the accumulated
But the good pill does not gripe
and pain us, neither does it make us
sick and miserable for a few hours
or a whole day. It acts on the.
entire glandular system at the same
time, else the after-effects of the
pill will be worse than the disease
itself. The griping caused by most
pills is the result of irritating drugs
which they contain. Such pilb are
harmful, and should never be used.
They sometimes even produce
hemorrhoids. Without having any
particular desire to praise one pill
bove another, wo may, neverthe
less, name Mothor Seigel's Pills,
manufactured by the well-kuown
house of A. J. White, Limited, 35,
Farringdon Road, London, and now
sold by all chemists and medicine
vendors, as the only one we know
of that actually possesses every
desirable quality. They remove tho
pressure upon the brain, correct the
liver, and cause the bowels to act
with ease and regularity. They
never gripe or produce the slightest
sickness of the stomach, or any
other unpleasant feeling or symp
tom. Neither do they induce fur
ther constipation, as nearly all other
pills do. As a further and crown
ing merit, Mother Seigel's Pills are
covered with a tasteless and harm
less coating, which causes them to
resemble pearls, thus rendering
llioin as pleasant to the palate as
they are effective in curing disease.
If you havo a severe cold nnd are
threatened with a fever, with paina
in the head, back, and limbs, one
or two doses will break up tho cold,
and prevent the fever. A coatei
tongue, with a brackish taste in the.
mouth is caused by foul matter in.
the stomach. A dose of Seigel's
Pills will effect a speedy cure,
Often-timc3 partially decayed food
in tho stomach and bowels produces
sickness, nausea,. &c. Cleanse the
bowels witli a dose of these pill,
and good health will follow.
Unlike many kinds of pills, they
do not make you feel worse before
you are better. They are, without
doubt, the best family physio ever
discovered. They romove all ob
structions to the natural functions
in either sex without any unpleasant