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EVENING BULLETIN, APIUL 15, 1890.
"T" ;i1fliBtHtf. I ' rTWCTrapjfr's" tw
I that try mon's souls," provo onr
K Into. England may bo slow and
W a triflo heavy, but sho ia Bitro to
& v bo quite sure before going ahead
I with any war game. And, Turkoy
I is almost a full meal, at any hour
r of tho day.
I lie IH'Klnley l'rnlrlo Fire.
The shroud Republican Prosi-
f-' dontial caudiilntcs who have been
' lying low and permitting McKin-
ley to concontrato tho opposition
t-. of tho fiold upon himsolf havo
W rather overdone tho trick. A can
f didato who is only modoratoly in
V, ' tho load may bo ata disadvantage
k by reason of combinations against
lam, but one who has gono bo far
, ahead that all his rivals combined
f cannot match his strength finds
no clangor hi tho leading position.
Tltrk ATrtir J-1rtr 1 rvn tr linu linnn
allowed to roach Bitch proportions
I now that to all appoaranco noth-
v, ing can btoj) it. It is a prairie
P lire, thnt licks up everything in
W its way. Tho Now York "World"
fhfis received roports of tho condi
tion of Republican sontimont in.
twenty nine States from tho ofli
coi s of tho rcspectivo Stato Con
tral Committees. In Now Eng
I', land every voto as far as hoard
& from is for Rood, but outside of
t- that McKinloy has ovorything ox-
copt Mmiiosotn, which is for
Davis; South Dakota, which is for
' Allison; Montana, which is for
Cameron, and Colorado, which is
f dissatisfied with ovorybody.
I Among tho States not included
K in these reports aro Maino and
& Now Hampshire, which of course'
K will voto for Rood, and lowa,
W Now York and Ohio, which aro
certain for Allison, Morton and
If we foot up tho votes ropro-
. sonted by tho published rosponses
b wo find that MoKinloy has 1G8,
Reed 52, Allison 8, Davis 18 and
r, Camoron (5. In that list alone
.1 thoro aro enough votos to give
:T McKinloy tho nomiuotion, tliore
r being (.)0i votes iu tho convention,
m . of which -153 aro necessary to a
fy choice. Rut when wo utld Ohio,
Iowa, Maino, Now Hampshiro and
i Now York tho McKinloy strength
I runs up to 51-1, against 72 for
Reed, 81 for Allison, 72 for Mor
,f ton. 18 for Davis and (i for Game
s' ron. It is hard to see what a
1 combination of tho field againBt
' tho loader could accomplish horo.
Tho weak point in this calcula
tion is Pennsylvania, whoso 6i
votes aro counted for McKinloy
I . on tho authority of Chris Mageo,
r although as a matter of fact they
i will bo in tho market, with Quay
j as thoir nominal choice. If they
' 1 bo deducted MoKinloy is loft with
f 450 votos, or throe loss than a
',H majority of the convention. Rut
' as California, Delaware, Idaho,
n Kentucky, Michigan, Nobmska,
, Nevada, Now Jersey, South (.'aro
, lina, Utah, Washington, Vo
' mine and all tho Territories hao
U been left out of account, the author
h of tho Tariff of Auominations
h haB no causn to worry about that
p trifling deficioncy. Unless the
f, situation change to An extraordi-
l nary degree within tho next three
lv months tho voto for McKinloy at
St. Louis will bo bo nearly unani-
nious that most of tho other can-
fe didates may think it thoir best
tm ., policy to refuse to allow thoir
K names to go before tho convention.
K;; The Democrats could wibIi for
'fa nothing bettor. The very things
; that malco Mr. McKinloy strong
i- ns n candidato for a nomination
t, ' make him weak as a candidato for
,i ' election. Asido from tho uso of
,' inouoy in tho soloction of dolegates
r las Jioiu upon tuo j.vopuoiican
party is due to his identification
L'' with the most extreme Republican
J views on tho tariff. ' This natural-
' ly creates groat onthuBiasm''among
t ' thoso who think tho Bamo way.
It makes Mr. MoKinley appear
, to them tho ideal candidate. But
the samo qualitios that attract
, radical Republicans repel tho con-
p Borvativo Republican minority,
nil tho indopondonts and all the
' i Democrats. Although tho radical
Republicans may control tho Re-
publican machinery and oven
L constitute a largo majority of tho
' party, thoy aro in a minority in
' the country; and honco tho can-
I didato that suitB is by that very
71 fact a weak candidato before the
tw. noonlo at larco. Honrv Olav was
tho idol of tho Whig mssses, but
v they could not elect him lJres
ident, although they elected
' emaller candidates without any
m trouble. In ordinary times no
m party can elect a President by its
f( r own regular voto. To win, a
i? party must put up a man who can
, draw votos from tho indopondonts,
if not from tho other side. Among
. tho reputable Eopublican caudi-
t elates iB none less likely to do that
p than William MoKinley. S. F,
f '. Examiner,
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O. Box 292, Ttlcphotie 20. 100-tf
Ex S. S. "Bclgic."
City Meat Market
VOELLER & CO.,
Head List of Specialties:
Fata da Fain Bras, ilncliavlea,
Mushrooms, Metwurst, Llmburjer,
Young America Cheese.
And a Full Lino of Groceries of Every
Waring Block, Ilcrotania strcot, Ilonolulu.
O. KLEMME & CO.,
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Fort Strost &. Chaplain Lane,
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is acknowledged by every
body to bo the finest on the
Ilonolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
aro moderate. Jewelry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEK & PFEIFFER.
T. O. Hot 287
oui'eiiii' V Spoons I
A Novel nud Uniquo Design. Also, a
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FJET" l'uio Wuttli Ilepairing executed in
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WASHINGTON FEED C0;
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Curry Powder as made by us is prepared after tho Original
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JIuLers ofllio Celebrated Pork Sausage.
Nnunnu strcot, opp. Chaplain lnuo.
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ron sAiiE in nuLK.
Ameihcan Bockiion WmsKiia in Bond por
baud containing about 40 gallons each
nt various prices according to ago nnd
OALiroKNiA Grai-k BnjfDY in Bond per
barrol of nboiit -10 to 50 gallons.
Also the ctlehrnted Case WhiiUes:
"Extra Pony" 13ourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
3 gallons per caso.
"BearprasH" liourbon Wliisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-5 gallons per enso.
"Old I ioneer" liourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per cr.so.
"Tcuuehseo White Itjo" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2 5 gallons icr caso.
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