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TTIK DAIIY HULLET 3. APRIL 17. 189G.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.
Write Brothers Cement, .
Corrugated Iron Roojiing,
Galvanized Water Pipe,
Paints and Oils,
Roche Harbor Lime,
C. & C. Fine Flour,
Ray, Grain and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
411 NUUAND STREET.
(nprier nuH Dealer in Eoropau ilry ui Fancy Ms
Ladles' Ware of every description. AIo, Imh line ( Chinese Goods
Pongee Sc W"liite Silk iPajELmets.
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings!
BeBt Black and Green ChinuHu Tea. (Jrupe Shuwln, HJtp
WFH Oaarantced. Prices Moderate -mi
xmr MirfuaJ. Telephone 642-,w
(UPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
PrU California Roll Butter and Island Bnttei
S0T ALWAYS ON HAND Jgt
" Goods HeuiiiKl by Every Steamer Irom San Pmncisn.
W Alt Order (Mttilullv hII.tvI 0 IxllnfortW, t)Miii Kuanc Mr,
i4n't(" 'iin! packed flth oire
iuNoorj BrxxiK, Kino Stiim-i. Hc. font unu Aun. Maim
WITH rWiitVHONJM MO I ' HOX i7
LEWIS & m.
Ill tfORT STKKKT
Importers. Wholesale 4 iktil lirorm
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Presb Good by Erory California Steamer.
ICHJ - HOUSE - GOODS . A - SPECIAln
lnuM)- Ordcri Solioitkd. ,J0 iW SATiHrAOTJdN Gdahmi-vci
FL E. MolNTYRE & BRO..
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed
New Good Received by Kvery Jacket from the Kamrn etHt. inl Kurtij
fRKSB CALIFORNIA PRODUCE- BY RVKRT WKAUKD
VII unlin fNitufnlly attended to and Good Dsllwr.rt to am
Pari of ibr tllv VHKK.
Isi.amp OencR Soucrrso .SATwrAOTion Uruun-mcj.
AHT OOUNKU StJKI afti IUMU eVTKKhrrh.
-P ) BOX 372
-f. O BOX If
JOHNSON WAS DRUK.
Condition ot Lincoln's Vice-President
at tha Inauguration
Noah Brooks tells the following
story iu bin personal reminiscences
of Lincoln iu the April number of
All eyes wero turned to thn main
entrance, whore, prccisoly on tho
stroke of 12, appeared Andrew John
son. Vico-PrcBiuent-olcet,aitn iu arm
with Uaunibal Hamlin, whoso term
of oQico wan now expiring. They
took peats together ou thu dais of
tho presiding ofticer, and Hamliu
tuado a brief aud s-msiblo speech,
and Audrew Johnson, wboo face
was extraordinary red, was present
ed to take the oath. It is tjeedle
I to si j here that the unfortunate
1 gentleman, nho had bteu very ill,
i was not altogether sober at thin im
I portan t uioment of bis life. Iu order
to strengthen himself for tho physi
cal aud menial ordeal through which
he was about to pars be had taken
a stiff drink of whisky iu the room
of the Vice-President, aud thu
warm h of thseuato chamber, with
possibly other physical condition,
bad sent the fiery liquor to his braiu.
lie was evidently intoxicated.
As be weut ou with his speech ho
turned upon the cabinet ollicera and
addressed thm as "Mr. Stanton,"
"Mr. Seward," eta, without the olli
cial handles to their namus. For
getting Mr. Welles' name, bo said
"and you, to , Mr." . Then lean
ing over to Cnluuel Foruey ho said,
"What is the unmo of the secretary
of tho nnvyt" and then continued as
tli"ueh nolhlntr bad happened
Once iu u while, from the reporters'
gallery, I could observe llnmliu
nudging Jolitifon frotu bohind, re
uimdint him that the hour for the
inauguration ceiemony bad pnd.
The speaker kfpi on, altl oujfh Proci
denl Lincoln s.it before him, pa
tiently uniting for bis extraordinary
h;ir,it):iK (o be over.
Tho aluily of tho faces below was
interesting. Seward wan as bland
and serene nt a summer duy; Stan
ton appeared lo be jn-triCed;" Welles'
face was usually void of any expres
sion; Speed sat with bis ees
closed; Dennlsou was red aud
whito by turns. Among the union
senators Ilunry Wilson's face was
flushed; Sumner woro a saturnine
aud sarcastic smilr, and most of thu
others turned and twisted in their
senatorial chairs as if iu long drawn
agouy. Of thu supreme bench, Judgu
Nelson only was apparently moved,
Ids lower jaw beiup dropped clean
down in blank horror. Cbao was
marble, adamant, granite in immo
bility until Johnson turned his back
upon the senate to take thu oath,
wbeu he exuhaui'ed ulancus with
Nelson, who then cloced up bis
When Johnson liiul repeated in
audibly the oath of otlice, his hand
upon tho book, ho turned and took
the Diblu iu liN hand, and facing
the audience, said, with a loud, thea
trical voice aud getture, 'I kiss this
book in tho face of my nation of tho
Persons who are subject to attacks
of bilious cobo will he pleased to
, kuow l bat prompt relief may be bad
by taking Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
acts quickly aud can always bo de
pended upon. In many cases tho
attack may bo prevented by taking
this remedy as soon as the tirst indi,
cation ot the diVeao appears. 25
aud 5Uceut bottles, for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for thu Hawaiian Islandr-.
Deep Freah Wntir in tho C'coan
Hero is au oxlrael from a Si.
Auguittiuo letter iu the- Floiida Citi
zen: "About fifty people braved tho
I chilly WHst wind ve-.terday aftornoou
and went ou tbu steamer Uoveruor
SalTord to eo the f.imous Poneu de
Leon spring in tho ocean. On thu
last trip two soundings were mad
It was discovered that the water is
only T)0 feet deep by tho sides of the
spriug aud 175 foot deep iu tho
spring. A buoy was taken out yes
terday and anchored by the side of
the spriug, so that it eau be mora
easily found by vessoU in search of
m m i i i
Now that thu war of thu revolu
tion is over, it i the duty of ovury
man to aupj-ort thu existing form of
, government. Although I lungs may
j not move with that cordiality thai
would ensuro an everlasting peace,
' still they may bo allowed to subside
into that iudilTerenco without animo
i sity that would allow either party
I to work out their host interests. All
things considered it may be for tho
I best, but time, the only nrbitrivtor in
Mich ca'Pf-, innsl fdoiiw cb-eidu that
1 ,1'iiiuH T. M i' art Nti I'lumbiT aud
1 will do y ur work in gool shape
ami ft' figure thai will give you
I sfttWtHi t ion.
.lAMKS T. STKWAhT
lf lthel Mreel. Uono'ulu.
1 Tli Dally IfulUtin, M ' r
I 'ixtmlli iU'lii"ifil hv ni""
National Cane Shredder
I'ATENTED UNDEU THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND8.
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of tho Hilo Hujjar Company, gics tho follow
, ing wonderful record of the working of the NATIONAL OANE SHRED
DER, which was ciected by their works nt the commencement of tho crop
i " During tho post week the Hilo HuBur CompHiiy's mill excotdtd any of
its former records by closing the 125 hours grinding with en output of 300J
tons. This is fully 10 percent more than the bet work of former years.
"The thnn) roller mill being 20 in. by 6-1 in i.n.l the two roller mill 30 in.
by CO in. '1 he first null doing this amount of work in an, efficient manner
and with great ease, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of tho enno by the National Cune Shredder, iccently erected by
"And by its ute tho extraction has betn increased from 3 percent to 5 per-.
cent on all kinds of cune, and in come cuses 0 percent bus been reached;
the average being 70 to 78 percent, according lo quality.
"I continue to fiud the megase from shredded cane belli r fuel than from
'"I ho shredder huh been working dny and niulit for seven mouths and has
given mo entire satisfaction, having shredded during that time ubout seventy
Uiourauu Ioim ol cane, and a large part of it In nig hard ralrons.
"The shredder and enirino rcauiro very littlo care or attention "
gjffVi iiml specifications of these
The underiiKUtHl having be-cn apolnted
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Isl.mds
rOR TUK OltLIDRATlin
FROM TilK WOUKB OK
Burham, Williams &c Co.
Are now prepared to give Estimator noil
receive Orders (or these Knglneu,
of any size nnd style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW MANUKACTU1UNU A
8TYI.K OK LOCOMOT1VK
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received at theso Islunds, and we will have
pleasure In furnishing plnutntlon ageiit
and umnatjers with jmrtiuularxof same.
The Superiority of the-e lxKomotlves
i over all other makes Is known not only
i here but is acknowledged throughout the
j WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sols Agents for tha Qivitian tilandx.
r. 0. JONES.
K. A. JONEH.
Have for sale a fuw Klmren (
PAIA HUUAIt 8TOPK
HAWAIIAN SUOAIt CO. STOUK.
Aloo, HAWAIIAN aOVERNMr.NTnnd
Ift Morlgase RDOAU IM.AN'I A
07 Tor partlculari "ppl) to
The Hawaiian Siti Depodt and Invest
NO. m FOKT 8T11K1IT.
California and Hawaiian Fruit
AND I'KOnUCr. COMPANY.
Opp. 0. R. & L. Depr, en King S'ne!
I Hnx'tTles. 1'r.vle'nnn and lee Houo
I (loods, KIhIi, ViKtahles, Frozen 0Mprs,
Kte received by evtry s'esnur from Hail
i Krano't-co and Vancouver.
I tir Ti e Chipping Trade siiipllrd
' Geo Cavanaeh, - Manager
TRLKi'HONK No. TM .&
Shu dd rsmiiy he seen at the office ol
IKWITM .v CO.. Lrty
i ti 4n ' itrtt
J IDS.,' p$ Vour doctor
vlll tell yon
it la the
FOK BALE BY THK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
ARents for Hie Hawaiian Islands.
Wall Paper !
We liBvo Jut Itecelvcd direct f rora
New York thu
Kver brought here at one time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
We KXl'OUT General Family and Planta
tion Hupplles In uy quantity. Bend for
otir Yearly, Month y and Dally Price List.
414-418 Front Street,
.Sun Francisco, California,
W P OHAJ,T.,AT!ON,
Carpenter and Builder
- KSHMAThH OIVKN ON -
Bcick, Stalin & Vondnu BuUdtngB.
.IdbbliiK promptly at'endeil to.
73 KIuq Hr.nl, Reward's Old Stand.
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