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THE, EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1900,
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CEO. A. DAVIS
GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
ttlorneys and Counsellors al Law
Rooms joj, 203, 502. JuJJ HullJinR.
Cor. Fort ami Merchant Sto. Honolulu
CHARLES F. PETERSON
4Lttornoy at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor it
Me: In the Occidental Hotel,
rmr of King and Alakea Streets,
ft?, B. Aehl. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
8Kle No. 10 West King Street
Snrnwiis, Physicians mi-Dentists.
Drs. Cooper & McDonald.
Dr Conftt 8 jo to 10 a m.. itoi ni ?to8p n.
Cr. WcDor.ilJ 10 a m. toip m., ?tor "
Pr Cooper 8 t to 10 a m.
Ir .M(Ina1J-i to p. m.
It4 TE1 EI'HONC Hi '
OR. J. Y. WAY80N,
Hasremoedto his new office and resi
dence, Neretanla St., nearly opposite Me
office hours J?30ap;l0'7:,0P;m:
16)) TIL. Main 6
DR. W. H. MAYS
has opened an oflice for the practice of
Medlclre aifd Surgery, at itg Betetanla
Street.-net house levond Central Union
Church. HOURS.: io to 12, 2 to 4 and
7 to 3; SunJays, 9 to 11. I LLLI'IIONE
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-opened his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
f o-l I A.M.)
I- 4 I'M.
1 7- P.M. J
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Reldence: Corner
Beretanla and Mll'sr streets.
Oprici Houbs 8 ID II A.M.
t to I P. M.
1 lose m.
Sundays 1 10 10 11 a. m,
TELEPHONE ),)' WHITE. . w
Or. W. J.
and Residence: Deretanla and
DB Hcurs: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 4
x .; 7 to 8 p. m.
IR, WALTER HOFFMANN.
JBMTANIA BTREET, (opposite the
vtihon 110. P. O. Box 501.
OHee hours, 8 to 10 a. n.; 1 to I
B. el; 7 to I p. m. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR"
treet, between Emma and Fort.
start: I to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. c
la v. .: Bundays. 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
ID e 3TL t i s t.
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Oflice Hours 8:,oto4
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Dttee: 222 Hotel Street
OBct Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E.-WALL, D. D. S.,
UTl Building, Fort Street
Vtomn: I to 4. Telephone 414.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
if U velry.
EX. GK BIA.Ra,
401W FORT STREET.
Office with H. F. Bertleman, Contractor,
King St. opposite Wall, Nichols & Co.
DO ALL kinds of Stone and Concrete
Work at CALIFORNIA PRICES.
WE make a specialty of constructing
Cement Side Walks at very reasonable
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS:
(Unexpired Term, SGtli Congress.)
(Kill I Term, 57th Congress.)
SENATORS, ISLAND OF 0AHU:
Hon. D. P. R. Isenberg, Jr.,
Col. John D. Holt, Jr.,
Hon. E. K. Llllkalanl,
Hon. J. 0. Carter,
Charles W. Booth,
Major J, M. Camara,
S. W. Spencer,
Hon. E. C. Macfarlane,
John II. Wise,
Hon' John E. Bush,
Hon. S. M. Damon,
H. J, Mossman,
Hon. Frank Brown,
R. W. Holt,
Jesse P. Makalnal.
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Done in Crayon or Oil
Pictures Framed In any style
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mouldings for Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards
!43 TELEPHONE 86o
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. Maaacar.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Tenporary Office: Rooa
r npttalrt Srrtck.li bulla
Ini r.l. 5,4.
LADIES SKIRTS CLEANO
Clnit!l!,jrCI.n.4. DjeJanl Repaired
-SUITS MAl)8 TO OliDER
"Fit guaranteed. 49Low.tt PrUe.
Fort Street, near Kukul, inj near Orfheum Thftr.
Price Cleantnj; on suit, ft; t))tlng suit $ y.
Wong Sai Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A PiRFiCT Fit Guaiaittiid
404 r-ort it., near King St.
Honolulu, h. I.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing a Specialty
Y. MAN SING
Hat Rtmoved From Fort Street to
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Klm'i,
Dresses Made Te Order.
A FlXI Amortmmt or Ammican. Esouih and
Scotch CLoth on Hard
No. 319 Nuuaau ftreet, Honolulu, H.1I.
Good work ana flrtt-clati flt guaranteed.
Clothee Cleaned and Rapalnd
Irchltects, Contractors and Builders
fobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Store and OSIce Flttlnc.
Plant and Eetlmalte Furnlnd.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
:: PROGRESS BLOCK
Oeo.W. Pate Tel. tM
P. W. Beardtlte P. O. Boa til
BBARDSLHE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms 3-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, rt. 1.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
)ealers in Lnmbor and Goal
Queen street. Honolnln
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
ro rr of old stand. Entrancs pn Klnf
L'tet, Otn left at either shop, or offki,
it John Nott'f torj, KJn street, will n
a.iva protap kttitfloo. UJl'tf
Shows How Democrats Have
Robbed Citizens of the Rijjht to
VoteParty Mas Broken Every
Promise- What the Republican
Stands for and Mas Upheld.
What tho Democrats hne done to rob
the people of their right of franchise
Is told as follows by Senator J. C.
l'rltchanl of North Carolina:
The adoption of the amendment to
our State constitution which has for
Its object the restriction of the right of
suffrage marks another step on the
part of the Democracy of the South
In Its efforts to nullify the fourteenth
nml (lftecnth amendments to the Con
stitution of the United Stntes.
Whnt When the Southern
Liiw States were readmitted
Demanded into tho Union nfter ths
late Civil War It wos expressly provid
ed as n fundamental condition prece
dent to their right to representation In
Congress nnd In the electoral college.
that neither of the said States should
ever amend Its constitution so as to
nbrldge the right of any voter residing
therein. The net In question was pam-
ed on the 28th day of July, UCS, and
reads as follows: !
"That each of the States of North
Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana,
Georgia, Alabama and Dorlda, ilnill
be entitled nnd admitted to representa
tion In Congress as a State of the Union
when the legislature of such Stntc shall
have duly rntlllcd tho amendment to
the Constitution of the United State b
proposed by the 39th Congress, known
as Article 14, upon the following fund 1
mentnl conditions: Thnt the constitu
tion of neither or said States shall be
so amended or changed as to deprive
any citizen or class of citizens of the
United Stntes of the right to wito In
said State, who are entitled to vote by
the constitution thereof, herein lecorj
nlzed, except as n punishment for Biich
crimes ns nro now felonies at common
law, whereof they shall have been con
victed under laws equally applicable to '
the Inhabitants of oil the States." j
The foregoing leaves no doubt bb to
the condition upon which the Southern
States were re-admlttcd to the Union.
While It Is a contract that Is not bind
ing In a Btrlctly legal sense. In so far
as the States ore concerned, at the same
time It Is on agreement on the part
of the citizens of those States that thev
will observe In good falh the prlncl-
I pies enunciated In the fifteenth amend
ment. It Is an obligation which tnoso
of us who live south or .Mason nnti
Dixon's line cannot afford to Ignore: j
rne u e m o c r aiic
Democrat! party of the Nation, In
Promised 1872, nfter the amend
ment In question had been ratified, dc
elared In their party platform that they
would oppose oil efforts to re-oepn th3
questions growing out of the adoption
of the thirteenth, fourteenth and fif
teenth amendments. They declared as
"1. We recognize the equality of all ;
men before the law, and hold that It in
the duty of the government In Its deal
ings with the people to mete out equal
and exact JtiBtlce to all, of whatever
nathlty, rate, color, persuasion, reli
gious or political.
"2. We pledge ourselves to maintain
the Union of these Stntes, emancipa
tion nnd enfranchisement, nnd to op
pose and reopening of the questions set-
Itled by the thltteenth, fourteenth nnd
fifteenth amendments to the Constltul
In addition to making the foregoing
declaration, they named Mr. Greeley as
their standard bearer, and. In his let
ter of acceptance, among other things,
"AH the political rights which hava
been acquired through our late bloody
convulsion must and shall he guaran
teed, maintained, enjoyed, respected
What Since' 1876 there has
Democrats been a growing tendency
Did. on the part of many
of the Democratic leaders of the South
with the acquiescence of their party
In tho North, to disregard the provi
sions of the fourteenth nnd fifteenth
amendments. Ily one means or an
other, they have deprived thonsands ot
white nnd colored Republicans of the
rlghtB thnt nro guaranteed them by the
constitution of the United States. Tho
process has been gradual, but' at the,
same time It has been certain and ef- and colored voters of the rights guaran
fectual. At first their erforts were con- teed them by the constitution,
fined to States like South Carolina and m that section we are confronted
Louisiana, but when they realized that with the rankest kind of Imperialism,
they could with Impunity deprive the Bnd tho wonder is that Mr. Bryan doe
people of their rights they became em- lnot take time to condemn thoso within
boldened, and now tbe hydra-headed
monster of violence and fraud Is pro
jecting Itself Into States wherein' herr-
tofore, we have had reasonably fair under the constitution which he has
election laws. Tho last election, In so taken an oath time and again to main
far as Eastern North Carolina Is con-. tain.
cernetl was a "r string farce," and no jt a now in oraer or Mr Dryan t0
Democrat cm, be inund who has tho inform tbe people of the United States
hardihood to say that It was a fair j ng to whether he Is In favor of tho en
expression of the will of the majority or forcement of tho fourteenth and flf-
the voters of North Carolina.
uaViViViYiViViViViT E"Z to carry
:s MAGIC si E-Zwayo
: HEADACHE:: cure a head-
I WAFERS I'SShe
W.'.'.W.M.'.'.Wm 1 "' " Jrngalata.
of North Carolina
Fifty counties, contain
ing considerably lcs?
than half the white pop
ulation of the State, nnd four-fifths of
the negroes, gave n majority of 61,140
for the amendment, while ,forty-alght
counties, containing mote than half if
the white population nnd only one-llftli
of the negroes, cave 3,180 mnjorlt
against the amendment.
Thus It will be so.i that the Demo
cratic party ot North Carolina has not
only deprived the colored man of tin
nht to have his voti cnun'td as cajt
hut they have used the lote of the
colored man to nulllf; th 'ott of the
white man who Is In favor of free In
stitutions. These flgu-s show that
the cry ol negro domination n j sn.ivc
and a delusion, and that It Is resorted
to for the express purpose o .jnnbllr?:
the Democratic party In the South tu
prcent nn thing like a fair consider:!
Hon of V pnot econuu-,c nnd 111 in
rial nuositj.ii tin: uie nnv li.'lnr dlv
cussed Ov .ho A t.c l r 1 pcop'e.
It Is one of the mnny Instances -n
which they hao raised a false cry to
becloud the situation, and thereby ob
scure the real questions at Issue.
Dcni"cpntH A" an evidence of their
Wci-c In Inconsistency, I call nt
Control tcntlon to tho fact tin!
the Democratic party obtained exclit'
slve control of affairs In North Carolina
In 1870, and continued In power until
1895, during which tlmo there was no
effort mnilo by them to deprive any of
our citizens of the rights guaranteed
them by the constitution of the United
Stntes, but nfter tho campaign of 1S9C
It became evident to the leaders of the
Democratic party that thousands of
business men, ns well as farmers and
laborers, were beginning to realize that
the principles of Republicanism were
best calculated to promote the real
welfare of the country, nnd then It
was that the leaders ot the Democratic
party rolsed the cry of negro domina
tion. Ily use of force nnd fraudulent
methods they succeeded In obtaining
control ot our affairs, ami securing the
ndoptlon of an amendment to our con
stitution which Is In flagrant violation
of the fifteenth nmendment to the con
stitution of the United Stntes. The sit
uation Is one that demands the earn-
est. attention of every one who Is In
fnvor 0, n rel)l,bllcan form ot govcrn-
Afraid to TI American peorlo
Advocate are confronted with the
Opinions proposition as to wheth
er or not It Is our duty as a nation to
enforce the flftenth iTendment to the
constitution of tho United Stntes. If
we aro not to enforce the amendment
in question It should bo nbrogntcd it
once. It would 1)3 ttnwibe and ttnjups;
t0 abrogate 'he flftcer'h nmendment
nnd while tho Democrats r.wor Its re
peal, they are afraid to say so In thilr
platform. The Issue Is ulsed, nnd can
not be repressed or evaded, but de
mands an Immediate settlement at the
hands of tho American people T'io
welfare of the people of the South U
Involved In Its consideration and there
can bo no settled condition of nffalrs In
that section of the country until the
,nuestlon hns been settled one way or
The Democratic party of tho South
wields a wonderful Influenco In tho
electoral college ns well as In tho Houko
of Representatives, by vlrtuo of the
fact thnt our numerical strength Is
augmented by counting the negro as a
citizen In the Federal enumeration. It
s unfair to coun( the negro in the Fed
eral enumeration, and thereby Increase
our representation In Congress and In
the electoral 'college, and then rerttse
to count his ballot. Tho proposition is
illogical, and Is In conflict with the
fourteenth nnd fifteenth amendments,
and Bhould not be tolerated for a mo
ment. Democrats II ls amusing to hear
Are Not our Democratic friends
Honest talk about tho ."consent
of the governed," In view of their con
duct in North Carolina, South Caro
lina, and other Southern States, whore
In, by resorting to unlawful metbodj,
they have denied tbouhands of white
our borders who deny the citizens of
the United States the privileges) and
Immunities to which they are entitled
teenth amendments to the Constitution
of the United States.
Republicans Wnen tho Republican
Protect party was organized Its
Ballot mission was to free tbe
slave, uplift' the down-trodden and
preserve the Union, and today It stunt" .
for tho enforcements of tho rights of
every American citizen In accordance
with tho provisions ot the organic
law of our land.
In Its treatment of those who lniva
li4como our wards a 8 a result of tho
wnr with Spain It has hcen nctuated
by the same spirit which Inspired Its
itoiifliirt at the time when It struck
from tho limits of four and n half mil-
I Hon human beings the Bharkles of ula
cry. It stands for human liberty, and
where'er the Stars and Stripes ore tin-
I furled I believe It has the courage to
secure the enforcement of oil the rights
that arc guaranteed to an American
Real Estate and Insurance.
LIFE and FIRE
AGENTS FOB ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire insurance Company
HENRY ST. faOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
INVESTMENT SECURITIES .......
Particular attention glroa to parcbae. and aala ai
Hawaiian Surer Stock
Loana Noiotlatod. fatten aad rVw.Irn Stock.
408 California St.,
San Francisco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
Mrnbar of Hawaiian Stock Eichanie.
Mclnerny Block, Fort Street.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brobei.
Member ol tbe Honolulu Stock Eicbaag a.
Office Queen street, opposite. Union
r.l.rbAn eofi POJRtlt..
Baer and Wine Dealers.
Importers, and Wbolisah
fm ana Lipr Dealers.
Af eatt tor tbe Bottled Rainier Beer ol Seattle
No. 19 Ncuano Street
Fetter Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Isubds.
P. O. Boiiit. Mutual Telephone 10S.
30NSALVE8 & CO., Ltd
i'lB Queen street. Honolnln, H
nnsolidatetl Soda Water Co., L'c
crn.r Atlea k Fort St., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
In It? New Quarters on Hotel St.
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT
Late of the criterion
Enterpr ise Beer on Draught
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Floctro-Hydraullc Power Transmlaaloi
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office next to Poc.fflee. li'
J A MES T. TAYLOR,
806 Judd Block. Tele. 681.
Honolulu Iron Works Ct
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CH1NERY ot every capacity and d
scriptlon made to order. Boiler worl
and RIVETED PIPES (or Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.
HAWAII SHIMPO 8HA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,"
the only dally Japanese paper published
In the Territory ol Hawaii
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
ISr Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. P O. Box 007.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
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pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe 'Bust
ness Office, Telephone 156,
Judd Uulldlng, Fort street
Incorporated under the Laws of ths
Territory of Hawaii.
Paid Cnpltnl $000,000
Undivided Profits..... 108,000
'OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charges M, Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice President
C. If. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Athcrton .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, Tom May, F. W.
Macfarlane, E. D, Tenney, J, A. Mo
Candless. Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
promptly and carefully attend to atl
business connected with banking en
trusted to IL Sell and Purchase For
elgn'Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
passbooks, copies of which may be bad
Wat, 0. lawn
HONOtULl Hi 1
finn ryanet'ico foetid Tub Nevada
NATIOHAt. BANK Of SAN FrANOKOO.
Sam Fbanoisoo -The Nevada Natlona
Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank of London
Nkw Yore American Exchange Na
CnioAoo Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Bkrli.n Dreadner Bank.
IIoxkomo) and Yokohama Honk.ng
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank o
British North America.
Transact 1 General Eauiii nl EMuie Bunts
DepoUtt Received. Loans made on Ap-
6 roved Security. Commercial and Traveler!
rodlta IttneJ. Bull of Exchange totutbl
ComcTiom Paoiim,T Acooqetid roa.
Transact a General Bankirg
aad Exchange Business. .
Commercial and Traveler's
Latters of Credit issued, avail
aole in all tho principal cities
Interest allowed after July
1. 1898, on fixed dopoBita 7
day notice 2 per cent., (this
form will nt,t bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for one month), 3
montliB 3 per cent., 6 months
3 per cent., 12 months 4.
Pioneer Building and
A8SETS, DEO. 11, 1881, HU.ITTA
Money loaned on approved aecnrltn,
A Savings Bank for monthly deposit
House built on the monthly install
Twentieth Berl . ot Stock la lira
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pre.
denK S. B. Rose, Vice President; G. .
Gray; Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Becretarr.
DIREOTORS-T. P. LatuUng, 8. .
Rose, A. V. Dear, A. W. Keech, Henri
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, 0. M.
Gray, W. L. Howard, t
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Oflice Hours: 12:101:80 p. m.
EIC3QF at O,
Savings Depoedta will be
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application,
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP ct CO. '
Tge Yokohama Specie Bank;
Subscribe! Capital ...Yen ti ,000,000
Pali Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserve! hinJ r? , Yen 8,110,000
Ilea! Office, Yokohama.
The Bank bnya and receive for WaV
lection BUI ot Exchange, larae Ortttt
and Letters ot Credit, and tr.aH
a general banking builnen.
On Fliea Deaoelt lor ta aioatat, 4 Mr aatl , a.
Oe Flue Depoalt lor 6 moatal, il "
Ot Flat Dopoalt lor 1 moe, 1
Branch ol the Yokohama Specie Bank,
Hew ReDuMie BUlUif, 111 Ilii 81, Hoiollli
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with from
live to six lists per week, giving arj ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attorney,
etc., etc., which are placed on record,'
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 82.00 PER
A. V. GBAR. '
JutM Building, Honolulu