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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. !., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I, iro
N. S. SACHS DRY
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There is only one place in town to
buy DRY GOODS, that is, IF YOU
WANT TO BUY THEM RIGHT,
We haye Just received,
Ex S. S. "Queen s
One Hundred and Ninety Six
Calicos' Ginghams, Per-
T cales, Dimities.Organdies,
Sateens, Ready - made
Sheets and Pillow Slips,
Towels, Sheetings, Pillow
Casings, Ribbons, Laces,
WE DEFY (Mill,
fl SlNCiLE YARD OR ARTICLE AT IESS THAW WH01ESALE.
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Leather Goods ! !
A fine Sarhple line
NEWS CO., LTD.
The World Register
Heaps the Cosh while yon are busy,
Try one o
On Marble and Granite
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Baw'n Iroo Fence and Monumental Co.
Ml Klnnr Street
P, O. Bo tjt Island Corretpondtnca Solicited.
FINRE & ASBAHR,
Cut and Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou
quets. Decorators for Weddings and Recep-
Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
V W. THRUM
ROOM NO. 10, 6PRK0KELS BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty,
iti Hotel Street, H. I.
Kapa. CalibitlMi, Uli, Natlvt lliti, Mule Skirts,
Mihau Melt, hen', Shells, Seeis, Etc , Homemiaa
Pol, constantly on nana. lEwrnunc ej?
GOODS CO., Ltd
Oi SIKK IS C01HPIETE.
CROWD8 GREET RO08BVBLT.
Akron, Ohio, Oct. 18. Governor
Roosevelt's train left Cleveland at 1
a. m. reached this place soon after 4
and was held on a siding. Before 6
o'clock a crowd began to gather and at
7 a band came alongside the Governor's
car giving a serenade. When the Gov
ernor appeared on the platform ot his
car, he was given a rousing chorus of
cheers and was introduced while DC
many trains were passing that for five
minutes he could not speak. Ho ap
pealed. to the voters of Akron on 'the
grounds of prosperity, and patriotism.
The noise frequently Interrupted htm
and tho Governor said "This speech
will read like a serial story.
Canton, Ohio, Oct. 18. Governor
Roosevelt's train reached this place,
the homo of the President at 8 a, m.
The Governor was welcomed by tho
organized Republicans and escorted' to
tho Tabernacle, the place "to f speaking.
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 164 Fort street, from f 1.00
per week up.
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS:
(Unexpired Term, BCth Congress.)
(Full 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' H. Wise, '
Hon' John E. Bush, :
Hon. S. M. Damon,
H. J. Mossman,
Hon. Frank Brown,
R. W. Holt,
Jesse P. Makalnal.
Wants Her Hubby
To Be An Author
New Haven, Conn., Oct 17. Hit
honeymoon over Captain Francis Bur
ton Harrison, whose bride was Miss
Mary Crocker, has entered Yale (or a
post-graduate course In English, Ho
wants to write a book.
Miss Crocker had a great admiration
(or the genius ot Mrs. Barton Harri
son, the talented mother of the youns
man. She believes Mrs. Harrison's son
has also a good share of the divine Are
burning In his veins, and that all he
needs Is a bit of encouragement, nnd
he, too, will turn out book and arti
cles which the world will long to
Mrs. Harrison has money enough to
bo her husband's publisher, so that he
will bo Independent
Mr. Harrlspn Is a lawyer. It Is ru
mored that ho will -wrlto a history ol
the Civil War from the point of vlcv
of the Confederacy, and the fact that
his father was confidential secretary of
Jefferson Davis makes it posslblo that
ho Is In possession of much valuable
NO BRYAN MONBY BBT.
New York, Oct. 17. The election
betting odds In Wall street today rule.!
at S to 1 on McKlnley for small
amounts, whllcjlargo amounts weia
again offered at 4'to'l. The big Biy
nn blow -out had no effect. Ilrynn tat
ting money was out of sight, except for
a few scattered little bets, that were
quickly snapped up.. One such'lot was
reportedby'rone of the Wall street
news' agencies, which stated that Ai-tlitir'M.-Wllson
hnd-bet.wlth S. Moriti
$300 to I00 that McKlnley will be elec
ted. Tho big offer of Edwer-I Wasner
man to bet any part of $100."00 at to
1 on McKlnley was renew' v:lthcjr
uncovering any Tliynn money On tno
curb market J. J. .lnl,?o repented his
offer to bet $1000 o $251 on McKlnley,
and an offer to bet a similar amount
at the samo odds was mudc by i re,)ie
scntatlvo of Fcuschtwangct & Co.
An offer of rather nn unusual sott
was repotted to bnvc been ma Jo by one
of tho members of the Now York
Stock Exchange. This was $1000
against 1 cent on each vote of MeICI--ley's
plurality In New York Stnti over
100.000. That Is, If the pturnllt) is
only 100.000 ho loses his $1000, If 1'. Is
200,000 ho comes out even. If it is 160,
000 he loses $400, If It Is 250,000 he
wins $500. At least that Is the way the
terms were explained. An offer of
$500 even was reported that Bryan
does not get as many elecoal r tc
this year as he did In ISM.
About the only large u'nmint of Ilry
nn money snld to be In Wall street wai
$30,000, whlc'h.'lf was said, had been
placed with P. K. Hudson to be ba In
blocks of $1000 even money that Bry-
ian,wjll carry M
Mlseouri. . '
Vote the straight Republican ticket.
Sound money and prosperity.
PETTIGREW TRAILS HANNA.
Huron, ,0.,DJqct 17. Senator Pet
tlgrew wilt follow' 'Senator Hanna's
train through South Dakota a day. be
hind the Republican manager. He b
Ban tonight at Watertown, Senator
Hanna having talked there last night,
and will speak tomorrow at this place.
In his recent speeches Scnatot-tPet-
tlgrew has made personal attacks on
Senator Hanna. In some of the towns
visited by tho Republican train today
evidences ot a personal campaign were
seen. At Rcdfleld men distributed a
circular containing an nttnek mude on
Hanna by Pettigrew In the Senate, In
which he charged that tho Cramps
Shipbuilding Company contributed
1400,000 to tho Republican campaign
fund four years ago. It also charges
that Senator Hanna bought his way
Into tho Senate and offers proofs of tho
Senator Hanna has studiously avoid
ed referring to Senator Pettlgrow In
any way, as tho State and national
leaders have told him ho might ovei-
reaeh his purpose by attacking his fo3
THREE 8QUARE RACES.
London, Oct. 18. Misapprehension
having arisen oer the wording of tilr
Thomas Upton's challenge, Sir Thorn-,
as asks the Associated Press to say tho
challenge provides for three completed
races, and not three as might bo lu-ferred-ffom
tho wording. In fact It U
exactly the same as the conditions of
last year, unless as was the case last
year, 'the result can bo achieved in
Commenting on the chances ot Sham
rock II, the Yachting World says:
"At least we have the satisfaction or
knowing that those who will control
tho boat have had more cxperlenco
than was available lust time."
The paper believes Watson will build
tho boat with Clyde workmanship and
that th easslstance of W, 11. Jamcaou
proves nothing will be left undone tn
improve her chances.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Horse Tamer Who
Would Save Souls
Chicago, Oct. 17. Evangelist Wil
liam Mullen, an old-time California
horse trainer, today secured a permit
from Mayor Harrison for the unique
experiment of horse taming and
preaching tho gospel in combination.
He says he is convinced that hta
scheme will draw a largo throng to
hear his evangelistic nppcnl. He In
tends, be says, to exploit himself some
what al a dashing toreador, using
horses Instead of bulls, attract throng)
of spectators and when ho has tamtd
tho spirit ot one or tno wild steeds
turn squarely about and assume tho at-
tludo ot a clergyman. The power he
has shown to control horses will then
be turnod to the task of saving souls.
Mullen was formerly a student In tho
Moody Illble Institute. Ho declares
that ho has toured the West as nn
evangelist and horse tamer, and hta
method of attracting notice has been
highly succcsssful on the plains.
Cowboys from all directions have
flocked to sec him give them pointers
In subduing the steeds of wild lands, he
says, Suddenly there would be a re
versal a 'shift from stampede to still
ness. The' whip of the tamer would
be flung away, his hand uplifted, and
ho would mako the announcement that
ho was there to preach the gospel.
Mullen declares that he worked for
years on (he ranches of J. H. Haggln,
near S.icrnmento'nnd Ilakcrsfleld, Cal.,
where, till recently, It was his business
to tamo wild horses, Ho soys ho train
ed some famous race horses for Mr.
Hngglm , ,
ELIOT AGAINST BRYAN
New York, Oct. 17. President Bitot
ot Harvard will have In tho Outlook on
Saturday an article entitled "Political
Principles and Tendencies," In which
ho gives It as his opinion that this
election Is not a supreme crisis.
Other things he Bays nrc: That at
this moment the great caimc of sound
currency Is practically defended by the
Republican party alone: that neither
party Is as yet to bo trusted with tho
merit system In tho public sen Ice, but
that ou this question the candidates ot
the Republican party are to bo prefer
red to those of the Democratic party.
one of whom Is a notorious spoilsman
and the other a civilian who, without
military experience, accepted a Colon
elcy In time of war, an act that "speaks
louder than an oration"; that the reci
procity doctrine of the Republican par
ty seems to afford the best Immediate
opportunity for liberal tariff legisla
tion; that frequent outbreaks of popu
lar disorder and violence not only In
the country, but In large cities, are
portentous and that in this state of
affairs any such attacks on the Inde
pendence, ot the Judiciary as Is mado
for-thE-second'tlme In the platform of
the Democratic-Populist party'ls much
toibedeprecated. EIloL says In tho
co'irse.of the. article, that fie .can dls
?Y.?"" no. nraiablo.-.advntagoln the
exchange of McKlnley for Uryan.
PR0GRE88 OF 1JRYAN TRAIN.
Little Falls, N. Y., Oct. 18. Tho
Dryan train stopped only Ave mlnutc-i
at Fort I'lj'r, but Mr. Uryai was
will nil elected them hv n lure rrnwil
lie sAld that the Republicans must aib
hilt that It. (vlw of their rcco 1! upon
ine trust question tnai ti.ey either no
not want to destroy them or that llicy
do not know how. If tho piopl.i want
ed to get rid of tho trusts, thel.- only
remedy, ho said, was to voto ai;alnst
the Republican party, which wus fos
tering them. This was also tho remedy,
according to his view, for a lar(.o
standing army and for the colonial po
At most of his stopping places today
Mr. llryan was confronted by large an
conspicuously posted bills warning ho
people ugalnst him. These bills an-noi-jic.ed
111 Urge rod letters -"Ilrj an Is
here," anil gave extracts from h.s
speeches made at Knoxvlllc, Tenn., !it
lbOti and at Zanesvlllc, Ohio, last Sep
tember, then adding: "This means
national dishonor and Industrial col
lapse." "A vote for llryan Is a vote for
low wages or no wages. "Ilrcud riots
and soup houses." "Hard Times."
Filipino Lender Captured.
Manila, Oct. 17. Under cover of the
stormy night Captain Elliott of tho
40th Infantry nurprluell the rebel head
quiitcrs near Oroquota, Island ot Min
danao, and captured without lighting
General Alvarez, with his staff and
The capture Is important and will ten!
to pa'clfy tho district. Alvarez had
been torn long time provoking hosltll
itlos In Mindanao. It was ho who ef
fected the disastrous attack on Oro
quota some time ago and ho was pre
paring another when ho was captured,
Detachments of the 22d and lSlli
Regiments engaged tho rebels near Tit-
liuagun In Southern Panay, routing
them, killing twenty und wounding
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. O, Acht President A Manager
M. K. Nakulns. Vice President
J. Mskslnal. ....... .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also hs houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
w. c. achi & cc;
Brokers & Dealers
OT We wilt Bo or Utll Btal Estate It
11 parts 01 ids group
tr Wewill Bell
tr We-will Bell FropsrttM on Reason.
tbls Commissions 1
)FFICfe. 10 West Kiwo Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ot Titles
Visitors are cordially invited ts
.call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameht
I. to date.
1 At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTB
Star Oyster House
COHNLR FOUT AND HOTEL STS.
Steaks and Chops,
OjsUrs any Style,
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
H. Klemmej -
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEED
Union St. nearHotel 1500
Young St bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnished rooms with board.
Also table board. Telephone 1171 Blue.
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Lessons In ART ICMIinOIDEHY will
bo given by .Mrs. II. II. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Kurt street
I'lrst Class stamping dont
MRS. II. II. WILLIAMS
AKaah. Brokers and Jobbtrb.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE...- 1st Vice-President
W. M. ALEXANDL-R...-inl Vice-President
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltet
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Ol.ia Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. C.
W. 6. Irwin & 60.
western Sugar Refinery Co., ot lex
Baldwin Locomotive Works,
Philadelphia, Penn., U. B. A.
Newell UnUcrsal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N. Uftlundt & Co.'b Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Far.
tlllzers for Cnno and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFKH FOR SALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & D. Palata
and Papers: Lucol and Llnsee
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), w
whlto and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lima
CASTLE & COOKE
Tte twt PlinUtl'B C.
T W.Llua AtTlcvltnal C... L I,:
T. Kohali Sojar C.
Tk. W.ui Sugar till C.
Tli Kol.a AtrlcuTtuial Ca.
Tb. Fulton Iran Works. St. t.Ha, M.
Tla SluSaid Oil Ca.
Tta Gao. F, Blak. Siaaa Poaaa.
Waatoo'a Cmtrihif ala.
Tha Naw England Lift lauruca Ca, al Im
TkaAna Fir. laa. C. at Hartfafl, tm
Ta Alllawa Attoraaca Ca al Uaiiae.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and ManaflU
Claus 8preckels Vice Presides!
W. M. Qiffard ..Second Vice President,
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Be.
Geo. J. Rosa AudlUn
aanrra or na
I0IANI0 STEAMSHIP C0MPA.O
OF BAM FRANOIBOO. OAT
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb na, Hta
BEWEl 06., ItfD.p
CMan atiaat. Hooolulo H.I
Hawaiian Art Icultural Coptn,, Amarlcaa laeaa
Company, Ookkla Sugar Plant. Co , Oaoaaa aiM
Co., Hnnoom Sugar (.0 , Walluku Sugar Co.. atMM
Sugar Co , Haltaaala Hanch Co., MoTokal Raaakl
Planttr'a Llna Sin Ft llico PacM kaa. Ut ml
k Co.'a Llna ot Boaon Packaia
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, President) Oeorn l.
Robertsou, Manager) E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. ,
Alien, Auuitir; 1: v. Jones, a. water-
nouno, ueo. it. carter, mroctors.
(j.nsnl Ifuxsgar ot
Tb IqojUblt Lift Asaoiinc 8ociitf
Of tb United BUtes for th Hawaii
Orrui Mrehaot street. Ho
M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
WhoUsal Importers and Jobber!
hropHn and imtrican D7 loot
Vo t and Queen BtresU.
H. HAOKFELD h CO., Ltd
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