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HOLLISTER DRUO COMPANY.
One of the Oldest Establishments In
llolHutcr & Co. wiw the nnme of n firm
cstubllnlieu In 180'.. Its mime hiw des
cended to n new llrm that is described
clsowhero iu this paper. In February of
this year Qlb'Jij the old llrm bceiuue in
uorporitted under tliu inline of UollUter A:
Co., Limited. 11. U. llollistor is presi
dent of the corporation, but has retired
from actlvo participation iu the muUiiHO
incnt of the busitu-M.s. The concern is
now undor the immediate control of .
O. Lackland as manager. Willmm Woon,
tin experienced pharmacist, is treasurer,
nud J. W. Winter isnecretary. Tuouoin
pauy has by far the larexl sioekof ding
gist's good in the country, and makes a
fcpecialty of itlaud orders. It has ileal-
ings with nil the plantations iu llii'Kruiii
A force of ten men is kept eoustaiitly iu 1
work iu the stores of the corporation
Tho linu has the ageuciesof ugrcatmaii)
patent medicines. Ayer'sgootis alone are
worth tho contents of an ordinary drug
store. In n space that would hardly con
tain iho cubic iloublu of the Uui.t.uri.Ns
editorial dck, there are piled a value ot
SoOUU in Ayer's specillcs alone. Tuere is
a prodigious stock ot Mellin s Food for
babies. And l'erry lJ.nis" l'ain Killer
who hasn't used it tor surcease from rag
iug uchcsY in galore. Xtxtlo's Fool is
another bciiUou tor babies kept by the
hundredweight, and the "kids" fed on it
have to hare the hundred on the Fair
banks' long before I sung out ot their tieiis.
To thecasiial observer llollNters would
appear to b a two stoned concern. I
wouai you ik) surprised to learn that the
(.ouipnti) occupies four floors? And that
the third and fourth floors cover twice
the superficial una of the main drugstore,
with which tlie public is familiar? The
basement and store floors are '-Ilxi'i'J feet
each, nud the second floor aud attic lane
un urea of J-x(i-! feet each, extending over
tho well known grocer) of Lewis V Co.
Tho cotup.iuy has In:u feet of shelving,
which is only alwut lut janls short ot u
Tho Hollister Drug Company Is pre-
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It maintains u dark riM.m for the espe
cial convenience of amateur photogru
pliers. Tho coinpan) carries a lull Hue
or photographic giKnls. ll is the agent
of tho -M. A. Seed Dr 1'lute Compan ;
also of tho Eastman luxluk Co. mat tne
U. & 11. Autlim linu of New lork,
whoso name is a household uoil for
photographic and HcrcKcopIc supplies. )
Kodaks can lie olnahusl lu-iu at tiom c.1,
for children's u-s-, to sdisi, for the ex
pert. Tne corporation has u well-ispiiiped
lalstrator). Here it makes all sorts ot
pharmaceutical preparations. beidhtz
powders, tiolel )iovilers, etc., keep two
men at work all the time to keep up with
the patronage of the establishment.
There mic several men in the employ of
the corporation who hate Ix-vti with the
house Irom teu to twenty yeais. Mr.
Woon has Ui-n therefor twelve years,
iiinl, if ym have iiuthini; wrong will,
you short of smallpox or Asiatic clioli-m
- Indeed, mi) thing that doesn't need to
bo reported to tho Uoard of Health
Woon will give jou something that will
uiako you tit as a fiddle, with doctor's
prescription saved, when you state the
u)iuptom to him with tho same degree
of accuracy that ou employ when haul
ed up to statu all you kuow about UuMi's
designs to overthrow tho ltepubllc.
There is a digrcnlon in the foregoing
paragraph for which the note-taker ou
this occasion isalouo responsible. He,
however, can solemnly swear that he met
with no gun that nn)body didn't kuow
was loailisl, or cartridges that haven't
been reported to .Melivoy, iu u tour ot
the four floors. Hut ho did run across u
machine that turns out anti-bilious pills
or any kirn! of pills desjred nt the rate uf
UK) a minute. It is awfully mean to gle
away a bit of confidential information,
but business ih hiiniucsH, and Ills learned
on investigation that tho Tat man's guild
Is u lucrative patron of saccharine
pills, one of which is equal iu sweetening
power to several cubes of the sugur of
commerce, and tho Hollister Drug Com
pany makes them to order by tho thou
sand. People who think iiiitiino is the
only euro for malaria can get them hero
by tho pound or the hundredweight.
Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills for Palo People,
although lmving no reference to the dis
trict physician for tho Hilo district, is
IkhiiuI to cut an important figure iu the
preservation of tho public health. The
public p's requires it, aud the Hollister
Drug Company can supply it.
Tho company makes a specialty of toi
let articles. It sells it dozen of deliclously
flavored soap for only To cents. Thoie In
also u linoof surgical instruments, splints,
etc., kept iu stock. Tho company is
making u special feature of this branch.
For ChristmaH gift goods tho Hollister
Drug Co. is paramount in certain lines.
What has Just beeu mentioned amateur
photographic outfits uill decide many
minds on tho ipiestiou of the season.
Toilet requisites aro very recherche as
found at this stoio. Theioiue brushand
comb sets in real ivory, ull sorts of soaps,
and perfumes of nvorj standard brand
.Labia's, Colgate's, Lundlxirg's, etc. This
house always has an attractive arrange
ineut of Its goods, really having Christ
inas displays on tho Foiuth of July us
well as iu all December.
Lately tho corporation purchased tho
drugstore of Dr. MeKlbbln, which has
been established for a whole generation.
Tho doctor still attends at staled hours
for consultation, and the old stand is be
ing run separately, lloth of the drug
stores havo elegant soda water stands,
where tliu lcst fruit extracts, blended
with aerated waters, all the storllng min
eral waters, and varioiisiuediealesnences,
such as acid phosphates, are dlHpeiisisl.
Tho Longost Established furniture
Business in Honolulu
For tliirly-fiw years this IiiihIuush
house has braved the storms aud
weathered tho dangers of Honolulu
life. Originally stnrted by O. E.
Williams, tho father of the present
owners, it was at one time the sole
representative of its kind in Hono
lulu. Now his sous still hold out
the same flag to the breezoaud hope
to meet the same amouut of pros
purity meted out to their sire. For
years uo man iu Honolulu thought
he sat ou a chair, ate at a table, lay
proper style unless C. E. Williams And, not to mention omer coniinenun
took charge of the operation. His ' bio conceits Honolulu has nshoo'storo that
bous, the proseut pariuurs, grew up would adorn Market street in San Fran
with him and took gradual hold ci8Coor even Broadway in New York,
uutil now, reunited after (J. E. Wll- j riln j tho establishment of tho Mnmi
I liaius' absence for some vears. ther . -. . ni.... r-..... Ai,.i it i.
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agaiu appeal to tho Honofulu public
for a continuance of that ruliauce " , ., ,, ,, . i.,i.i.
which was theirs for so many years new men thai the Hawaiian Islands has
past, Here you will Qud the ouly awpilrcd in tho IIuu.ktin : h time. His
proper appltanco for the moving of , name Is I). 11. Smith. Ho came here
pianos iu the city. Hero you can about ten years ago, and, although mo
iiud evciylhiUL iu the furnishing i dnt nnd unlet in manners to a fault, he
lino from the cradle to the grave, j
Mirrors, cornice poles, window
shades, bedding aud spring mat
tresses ou hand aud made to order.
Tombstones aud monuments also
procured. But don't you forget that
both llenry aud Eddy are old kaina
niuas, and are prepared to treat you
iu tho best of style.
Tho Finest Gentlemen's Outfitting
Establishment in Honolulu.
Who doosu't kuow Mcluorny?
Who that is a mau that hasn't either
outlined himself there or wautud toT
From the old days of tho coral
building to the urusuut oalatial itrnu.
turo, whore is tho man who wanted
line clothitiir or uuderwuar aud didn't
go to Mcluerny'ttf For years whou
you met a mau with some style about
Uim aud askud him where he got it,
tho auswer invariably was Mcluor
ny 's. Aud tfiey still keep up the old
rutmtation. Itiu bovs run the store
but they are worthy chips of
the old block, aud tho one object is "Wuukcnphasl' shoes nro kept in stock. The Government band will give a
to keep up the business reputation , The store is tho Uncut of any kind in tho concert at Fiuma Square this after
their father attained. Evervthiuirin ritv. It Is ltuated otmoslto tho Hollister ' noon at 4:'M o'clock. Follnwini-Is
i i i w
mo lino oi men s lurnisuiug goous in
i a-t'st styles irom .Now orK,
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'.specialties iu those liues aro to be
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lltilir.il n. mill St..lil.' linla. A
uow aud sooarato establishment next
..MV..H -VUV. W .
door has been opened for foot wear
exclusively. Kvory purse can be
suited. Itichaiul poor u 111 find here
the best value for their money aud
styles to suit every extreme of pocket
book. Stispeudora aud gloves, bath
robes aud hemstitched handkerchiefs
, u'ofo iu ,,rofUglou nud 0f tUb JU.
est styles at the lowest prices iu
town. Valises and bags for travelers
are here in every style, suitable for
everyone, from the wayback hayseed
to the latest dudo iu town, lloth
lloor "upstairs aud downstairs" are
occupied with evuiy variety of stock,
aud if 3011 waut to make a Christmas
present, lho Mcluorny boys will sup
ply you. llusiness men aud those
nucleated iu recent Inventions will
want to see their sliding ladders lil
ted lo the shelves and couuters so
that without exertion assistants can
remove anything from the shelves,
from the lit) fool ceiling down to the
lloor, without keupiug customers
Art in tho Homo Llfo is Joy in the
For years King Ilros. h.is been the
"open mmiiiio" to Honolulu Art. F01
years no other name has touched the
urtUlic n iifibilities of out Honolulu
folk. Wherever a conversation on
art or kindled subjects would be
broached it always d iftcd into un in
.tilry as to whether you bud i-ecn
such and such a work of art in King
lire.' store. Always when the
stranger came and it was desired to
impiers him or her us to the artistic
capabilities of Sandwich Island folk
the invitation would be given, " Come
to King llros.' with mo to-morrow and
no our pictures." Here Tavernier
and Furncaiix exhibited. Here D.
11. Hitchcock llrslfhowedhik budding
genius toour Island art world. Here
Allen llulchiiiron tiist tlood his plas
tic images in " plain air" to a Hono
lulu audience. Here all that is good,
pure, beautiful and trui iu art of tin
islands has made its debut to the out
side Win Id. Yet King llros, are not
nutUlh-d. They wich to extend the
Hold anil see fresh competitors win
now laurels aud snatch fresh triumphs
from the brow of f.ime. lint apart
from all the art sense of original and
individual woik, King liros, supply
every kind of material for tho work
itself. They frame ami mount every
eicatinii of the aitist. And they sup
ply Hawaiian Christmas caids and
abjtli (It luxv for gifts for friends here
aud itbioad. Their collection of views
ill every stylo fiom photograph to oil
painting is unique and withal who to
coin Icons to ileal with as they? A
merry uiul piospcrous Chiistiuas to
iho Bust Lnathor aud Saddlo Work
in the City.
Tho subject of this sketch was
bom iu Norway aud emigrated to
the States iu lb.r, Ho learned his
trade in his own laud aud was iu
busiuess as a practical workman in
Wisconsin for eleven years aud iu
Illinois for seven years more. At
ono time, for four years, he was Chief
of Police of Madison, Wiseousiu. In
1876 he went to San Francisco.
There ho worked for Wayno Si Win
chester. He was sent hero by that
firm to work for Mr. Tripp. After
working for Tripp for uiglit months
ho bought Tripp out in 1878 aud has
boon in busiuufs for himself ever
sneo. Mr. Hammer has done all of
tho harness work for royalty since
his time here. He manufactures
every description of leather work,
huriioss, saddles, etc, etc. His
specialty is that it is nil hand work;
110 sewing mauhiuu being allowed iu
the establishment. His best set of
harness is valued at i'60(). Only tho
very best help in tho city Ib employ-
ed aud as n consequences Ids bust-
ness has steadily Increased since
THE GREAT SHOE STORE.
It Would Not Bo a Discredit
Broadway, New York.
Honolulu has many things of which
its citizens nro juntillably proud. It has
long had tho most extensive telephone
service In the world for Its population.
It has been nway ahead among tropical
cities in tho manufacture of artificial ice.
laciurern amw uyni"i;' .... ... ...
.. nnn . ,. m(Ht nctivo lms,.
Brred up the town with his enterprise
wonderfully. He started tho rollor skat
ing cnuo here, with n roller coaster at
tachment, which nearly turned tho head
of all young Honolulu. D. H. Smith
was the promoter of the olcctrlc light In
Honolulu, which transformed tho streets
nocturnally f aom Cimmerian gloom to tho
glamor of noonday.
Tho Manufacturers' Shoo Co. is the
only house In town which makes nn ex-
elusive business of tho hoot and shoo
ciusni uuniiiww ui I .
trade, importing directly from tho mnnu-
factories abroad. It lms been running
tlvo years. Its business was n fact from
tho start, and had not to be "built up."
Indeed, tho company has more capital
than it knows what to do with. Within
a few days past it has enriched sugar
stocks with n sixteen thousand dollar In.
crt",cnt' , ., , i i
The company carries all the standard
brands, from Antrln, Lngland. the Unl-
tisl States, iu fact everywhere that decent
understandings como from, lloth tho
ntut the genuine Knglish
Wuukcnphasl" shoes nro kept in stock,
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)rll(, c'o.'s store at ft I II Fort st., near Wa-1
terlmusoV No. 10, Sachs' millinery house
js .No. 10, Sachs millinery house
Hams' art gallery. It is going to
premiership for footwear in Ho-
, ami William.
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nun. .Ill- IlMimuininii ivu tuuinnii in iiw-
Severely practical though it Is, tho
Manufacturers' Shoo Store regards this,
the sweetest of all seasons. It has a
lieautiful Christmas design In Its mirror
ed windows. There Is a combination of
mirrors iu the windows which looked into
makes ono think thiro Is nothing In this
world but shoes. It cost about SoOtHI to
produce these window effects. Hesldes
every description of footwear, the house
keeps all sorts of shoo polish. There is
an elegant olllcu in the rear with a most
methiKlical arrangement. Tho cellar Is
jammed with goods for the extensive
wholesale trade the house enjoys. There
aro machines In tho store for cutting on"
buttons and putting 011 buttons while my
Indy waits. A corps of polite clerks at
tend customers, In short, the Manufac
turers' Shoe Store is a sight to tourists
and a Iwuison to thlscorn-strlckcn world.
TliOM AS O THRUM
Partner of Santa Olaus and tho Ha
Thrum Is u kaminiliia. His name is as
familiar us Diamond Head. Thomas G.
Thrum has lwcn twenty-four (ill) years
In tho book aud stationery business of
Honolulu. Ho was a Journalist once,
loo, having been publisher and proprietor
of the Saturday Press, a puper character
i7od by y.eal for tho right and dignity of
tono. Mr. Thrum has always lccn to
tho front in holiday business. His store
is appropriately named "Santa Clata.'
Hcadipiartors," nud for thirty days at
this season wears an Arctic sign that
cools 11 fellow to look at. Ills Christ
inns tnulo has I teen a prominent feature
of his business for twenty yeura lie
keeps tho standanl literary works, txith
jn plain and holiday binding. Also
maintains 11 first-class sulcription
branch and news stand. Mr. Thrum's
tojs, etc., are selected with great discri
mination, being of 11 durable type nud of
an educative uature. Toy bteamlsials,
railway trains, etc, that will really go,
musical Instruments for little folks, etc.,
are specialties. Thrum's Isiokstore is
ulways one of the holiday sights in Ho
nolulu. Tho "Hawaiian Annual," or, as It is
popularly called "Thrum's Almanac,"
will presorvo T. G. Thrum's name to
latest posterity. It is a credit to tliu is),
ands, and has never had a successful
rival. CoplcA go nil over tho world, dis
seminating more information aUiut Ha
waii In a year than any bureau
of information would do in a
decade. Tho writer has mint copies
to a piomlnout board of trade back
East, and received the thanks of its exe
cutive nfllcers therefor. Tho next issue
of tho Annual will bo lis iilst, so that it
attains its majority. Few more accept-
ablo presents to friends abroad could bo
selected than Thrum's Hawaiian Annual.
L. J LEVitY.
Auctioneer and Valuator and Hono
lulu's Amusement Director.
On tho first of Decomber, 18J17, the
subjoct of our sketch was burn iu
Manchester, Euglaud. A varied aud
adventurous career iu mauy lauds
brought him at last to Honolulu ou
the lllh of September, 1882. On the
Jitti of November of tho same year 1
he entered into business in the ami
tiouoeriug iu partnership with F. S.
Pratt, but aftor two mouths the
partnership was dissolved, and .Mr. 1
Lerey entered into partnership with
.1. Lyons in the same building as liu '
now occupies, at tho comer of Fort I
and Queen streets. After two years
the connection was dissolved ami Mr
Levey wont into business ou his own I
account, as auctioneer in tho build
iug uow occupied by McChesuev Si
Sons. After two years, through tho .
bankruptcy of Mr. Lyons, he was 1
enabled to move into tho old quarters 1
where he has since remained and
I carried ou his business successfully. '
Mr. Levey is married to a charming
wife and is the happy father of five
children. His brother in law, Hon. ;
A. Hoffnung of Loudon aud Sydney,
was for many jears the Hawaiian
representative at tho Euglish court.
Mr. Levey, in addition to his auction
eering business, has been for yoars
the responsible manager of the Opera
Houo for V. O. Irwin & Co., propri
etors. Up to his taking charge no
regular provisiou for atnusetneut for
Honolulu had been made, but ever
since Mr. Levey has seen that regular
seasons of amusement by imported
t roups of artists havo been held, aud
mativ local entertainments havo been
giveu to the great benefit of Hono
lulu's hard workers. Mr. Levey is
an honorary member of tho local
lodgo of the Sons of St. George, and
has boon a full Hedged brother of the
snuare since 18.18. All who know
him honor him aud his.
P. P. Oollaco'a is the Only Place '
for Japanese Ooods
tutt now Japan is
iu the ascond-
ant iu the Eist, and
proft,uts iu Honolulu .lapau is also
f ho ascendant. Nowhere can y ou '
Hud finer, prettier, bettor or cheaper
ones than at Dai Nippon ou Hotel
twl: and the charm is further
heightened by tho beauty of the
charming proprietress who adds to
tl(J o(r, f uof nMvo ,M( a nRvo
charm f m)r own aj (jofl)y (8lrU
bules to each buyer portions of the
finest Japanese stock iu the country.
Those who want something unique,
beautiful, and yet moderate in prico
' "hould visit l)ai Nippon. That is
' tiot llio rea Dal Nlppon-the land
.of Japan but Mr. Collaco's o.stab-
' lishmont of that, name on Hotel
,(r0((l Yo w ,w nmn thm gntg
u0,i nml 0 wi Santa CftU8 an(j
, your children.
I owlun Italian In Alglprs ...Ho.ilnl
Ulop Hl-wl Can. ,nlt
AlhH,.,.,.,.,. .. .Ko,,lnl
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l-'ai.tnsla Awsken nu of tin1 I.lon thy rr-
Msr.'h lilgli School CniWt (by npt-ilf
Suit for a I'yclo.
Goo. II. Paris has brought a civil
suit against 0. W. Mncfarlaiiu for tho
recovery of a two-wheeled Falcon
No. 2 bicycle. No. 012. valued at $103.
Plaint iff declares that delendaut
has had the bicycle during the past
eight mouths unlawfully. Tho case
will bo heard in the District Court
on Monday afternoon.
A. F. Kilpatrick, of Fillmore, Cat.,
had the misfortune to have his leg
caught Imtwoou a cart ami a stotio
and badly bruised. Ordinarily ho
would have been laid up for two or
three weeks, but says: "After using
ono bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain
Halm I Ix'gan to feel letter, and iu
three days was entirely well. Tho
peculiar soothing qualities which
Chamlwrlaiu's Pain IJalin possesses I
havo never noticed iu any other lini
ment. I take pleasure In recom
mending it." This liuiiueiit is also
of great value for rheumatism aud
lame back. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith .V Co., agents for tho
Four urivut riMniihitcH f
Men's Wi'iiiinjjr Apparel to
lie found in ull the Suits
tnnde ly Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some, yearn one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men iu town wear clothes
Juhn&ton & Storey,
4 13 Fort Streot
L. Ii. KKKIt'iN
I HAVR JU8T HKOKIVKI) A
bAUOK ABHOHTMKNTOK . .
iuh) Latest Styles.
THKHK UilOliH Wild. UK 801.1) IN
ANY IjllAMlTY KltOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Suit!!
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. Ii. KHItlt, - Imi'oiitku,
of the Very Finest
Quality put into otir
;; That you will do whon ;
you sec thi'in.
105 Fort Street
Christmas Cards !
Water Color Cards of
Italian Scenes Snbiecis
t t : AL80 t t 1
Bond SotnnthlnR Hawaiian to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
H. W. Schmidt & Sons.
HOMEalEAD FOIl 8AI.E.
AeOTTAOK AND LOT
tor nal. Ituinlro at
the ArlmKon linrlier Shop
Uoitl Htn-ut. lJiIMw
to it ut t-rmliuia ot
BOOMS AND BOARD.
OO.MB AM) 1IOAH1)
iui u law iKriruiin vail no ma.
ijuii ni iiiiiiiwui, uii iuo )ai-H,
klkl beuuli. Mi
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W. B. DAHTLKrT,
01TY PROPERTY FOB BALE.
Two Hoiuori, on tlm Htreut
ciir line, will lie hold low.
1'urt ol tliu iiii.noy imiv riniiulii on tiiort
Kajju Apply nt thlu Onivu. IVOI-ti
rpilKRB NIOR LOTH AT
1 Muklkl nt n llirunin.
COxISUruch. Will bull either
as a whole or bepurntrly
Cummiiib lllock, .Merchunt Btreet.
I70II TWO Oil THKEK ,
J Yearn, n Cotnige (con- f4
rally inruiudi 01 four
Itomiib wltn 1'iiutrv and
Klii'hon iitlniiliiil. iluthroom. Hcrvanl's
nml Cnrrlnue-roomit ami Hluliliw 1111 tliu
1'ruiiilkfn. Tliu IIiiiimi lb 1 1.1 III' HlNd un
lor lioiiHokfuiiliig, nnd the lot will liu
Ilvklwl olVfrt.iu (no main y.ir.l bv lemo.
(I.h.,1 re-ponsllilo teimntB nro wnifiwl. in-
.l.,lreuttli,ollo..,.KT.N Olllce. UH-it
Coiltcor aud fral K&tute Agent
Hollaed lluntnl, IIcii'm t'tilli-cled,
OllUei Ciimmlin.' ItliHik, Merclinnt Btrrrt.
n n cirini 0 ftAAhn
mmm wim g
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. John A. Hcolt, Mamigor of tho Hilo Sugar Company, gie the fnllow
ii'on . rccord of tlu5 w,,rk''ig of tho NATIONAL CANE SHKED
pfcll, which was erected by their works ul the commencement of the crop
"During tho past week tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing the 126 hours grinding with nn output of :MK)j
tons. This is fully 10 percent more than llio best work of former yo.irs.
" 'f ho three roller mill being 'JO In. by 64 in. mid tho two roller mill .') In.
by (.On. 'lho first mill doing this amount of work in an cllleient nmniier
and with great ease, com pared with work on whole cane, owing to thoiougli
preparation ot the cane by the National O.uie Shredder, iccently erected by
"And by Us uso tho extraction has boon increased from 3 percent to 6 per
cent on all kinds of cane, and iu somo cases 80 pcicent has been reached;
the average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I continue to Ibid the mcg.isH from shredded cane better fuel than from
"The shredder has been working day ami night for seven months and has
given mo entire satisfaction, having shredded during that time about seventy
thousand tons of cane, and a largo pari of It being hard raloons.
-11 ; " .(,isiu iiiuiiu i;ij lllbiu uiiru VT HIIUUIIOU.
m I'liiiu ittiil u.iim!iI....iImu. ..I ii... it.. ...
....... ...... s.;u.iii;iious 01 ineso
I. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
Offer for the Holiday Trade a Fu I Assortment 0
General Groceries. Families who wish to liny
whoksalc (by the case or oriyhml package) can
save money by calling on vs. 11V especially call
your attention to onr large stock of Extra Fine.
Granulated Sugars in Jlarrcls, Half Jhrrcls aud
Bags. Also a full aswrtmcnl of Cutting's Extra
Fine Tabic Fruits at low prices.
Ed. Hoifschlaeger & Co. :-:
"llotwbjld" SewlDg Machines,
UtDd Stwlag Machines, with ill the ut-si Improvements.
Wtsiermijer's CotUfte Planus.
Parlor O'gaos, Cult an, and otvr Instruments.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
tTTJIK A!JOUKNI'.l ANNUAL
A MuitthiKOf thiK CouiMtny lirlil .Nov.
Illtli, IbUl, too tollowli.K Ullleeri wtmi
vli'utttl for tliu uiiKiihig jeuri
Win. (1. Iiwin l'rexlilunt
Uicil llrovwi Vlvo-1'retltliiit
i) 1 11 Kin on.
James CniiiplKill, Uoulrey Drown, 11.
U'lilcuiuiiu, J, F. liruwn ttiiii W.
Al Uirvctork' inet-tlllK ot Nov. 5!0, IbOt,
in tier itiu lly-luws ol tho t.uii,.tiiy, fur
tliur t'Uutloiik woiu inudc ud follows 1
J. K llrown Heoretury
OtMtfrey llrown Tmwirer
U. O. ilcrKur Auditor
J V UISOWN,
lHO-lm beontu y Mntuul. Tel. Co.
M. T. DONJSELL,
PATENTEE 4NU SOLE tUNUKAUTUUEH
Ntw Paiemed Poi Strainer !
All OttlMPM HI I'jllti lilillilndliinia
I addressed to K O llll At. Bon, L'd.,
, iwiiu uuvo muni uii Bale;, or to a. I,
1 JJonnell, will receive prompt attention.
I IJtiO tl
fflopie'g Baggage Express
WILL UALL ANY 1'AHT OP THE
City for li.tUOA.aiC. All iugK6
received by un will be bundled with care
and dispatch. YYaugonti will be on the
Wlmrf 10 meet ull Foreign and Inter
Inland Bteamerd. Moving 1'iuii'ih and
Furniture a nulalty. Olllce United
Carriage Co. and Livery Btableu, corner ol
King aud Fort titreeis, next to K O. Hull
.thon. limb leleiihoneHO.
IM Sm M. T. MAHSHALL.
A. Family Hotel.
V r Day...
BftCIAl, MONTH LV KATKS.
The Utbt ot AtwiidNiiou, iheUetbituaiion
and the Finest Meala in the City.
T. KR0D8D, . . . JTopiletar.
BACK A0iiNT0 WORK.
1ST. F. BXJR.GI-B3SS
' H mruin , ,r,,,l in .i..ip n.r.i.
1 Unrnl l.l Taur Ta ..' et V
SW Hll kimi. o Iim.W .!'..,
o's'rZg" kViVm Vw'Sclilurl
1 .nl 11,1.
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'"i,iuh miivua nun ocibturbl IJtWII
Miier4Mivem t 1 HlkoUrtMng (libb; In
iaii ai Kiiidb ui j.iiiiiing, wort ua
.1:1..- iif"v : v-.'."'
... w m.i mi..b vi j'llflflll. TYIITft UUIIHll Ur
nil r. tuned King up 10J Mutiul Tel--ihonu
any lime lofor U a. m. I17Ul
1.1111 ir inn ru
A.T AnilP.N MiitHirr 0 Fancy
. OOUUba, Wrmighl Iron Fenc.
lur Jiurial ut, Healdvuci-N, llurdeiib, Hal.
Wll".?.' ',0, u'""" tfi-et, iivany opiMiHltu
oiiieuuerH may no seen nl tlicoiliceof
IRWIN A CO.. L'rl
Vt t ' rt i Um. r ft .
For Christmas and New Year!
LiYtiTu.kys, Grcse & Chicnens
Kahhi Poultry Ranch
fV All i'onltry fiom thunliove itnnrli
Htr l'l ami t-lriu Krl on drain unit Vr hIi
IW Sei d oMrra tor any ctea -rlt-tlbit or
i'liu-try Alhe, or Killed mM JiretbcU.
aijfornia Fruit Market,
Corner King and Alnkta 8m.
Mutual Tklkphoxk HIS.
HOP H1NG ik CO.,
MM HOTKL HTKKKT
Wholenale Dealeni In
LiQDors and Mania Cigars
General Chinese Hercnaodisu
- l)OH -
Mil 01U, Ulce, Matting
Dlilueie bllkb, Teab, Kit.
Buoliu ud American QrooeriM
Ity Kvery Coabt Htoamer.
MUTUAL TKLKl'HONK 147.
- WIIJ, ArrKNI) TO-
ftnaDH)iu aaa &tlt ol Propor.)
Collecting in all Its Braiches.
tirt i No, iv Merchant Htrnet
trT.r, vmuvn'-'rotrx ion,
Ceraent Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
KNtlmat given un all kllnlk ut
tfe- COHlfcblb A arkUALT -J
JOHN F. BOWLER,