THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1904,
A Summer Prooositlon.
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When tho blood is puro and tho
howols aro regular, thoro nood bo but
littlo fear of slcknoss. Koop two grand
medicines in tho house; and uso thorn
when you llrst begin to fool poorly.
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Mr. Fred rierco, who resides at South Ter
race, Adelaide, So. Australia, scuds this lot.
tor with ills photograph !
" For somo years I have been a boundary
rider on somo of tho far northern sheep and
cattle stations. I liad sevcro attacks of In
digestion, and my blood would often get very
impure My skin would bo covered with
blotches, and my general health greatly af
fected. Whenever these attacks would como
I would procure Ayer's Sarsaparilla and
Ayer's Pills. I always found that tho Sarsr
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strengthen my digestion ; while tho pills
would correct my constipation and bilious
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now They are the best sugar
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every second dny, which gives
them a much liner flavor than
when the meat is smoked in the
xtntes and shipped here. They
are full weight and not dried out
like Eastern hams often are.
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e recommend it-
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and Chinese Laborers Etc., Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken, Corner Emma and Beretanla
Sreets. Telephone Blue 21S1.
The "Doric" arrived from the Orient
just in the nick of time to add more
handsome natterns to our run sale. '
We really didn't expect them until
next steamer, but now that they are
here, we have included them with the
others so as to make the last week of
our sale unusually strong.
The same liberal discount will be
given on the new rugs as on tne
If you want new rugs for your
floors you will never have a better
chance than this to buy.
Many new patterns are in the new
The sale includes beautiful blue and
white Japanese Cotton Rugs; Chinese
Twisted Matting Rugs, plain also, and
Matting of every good kind.
177 S. King St.
'A Chicago preacher says the hand of
Providence Is guiding America's des
xing. ia mis to ue construed as a
direct slap at D, B. H1U? The Chicago
Record-Herald. . ,
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FIGURES OUT HOW HARD IT WILL
BE FOR DEMOCRATS TO WIN IN
EDITOR STAR: I rend with great in.
terest tho art cle in your Saturday's
Issue, analyzing the electoral vote, and
showing that the chances tire greatly
in favor of the election of President
The reasoning and eoncluMon are I
sustnineu ny tacts as wen as figures. In
order to win, the Democrats must carry
New York. The odds are ngnlnst them
doing it. The Democratic party is not
united In the state of New York, and
they nre not likely to get together there
Tnmmnny does not nlwnys play fair.
The fight between Hill and McCarren
against Tnmmnny for a Parker delega
tion exceeded in -bitterness nnd political
controversy anything that has occurred
between the r irnl nnd city democracy
within a quarter of a century; and It
has left a vicious feeling in the Tam
many rands. Senator McCnrren, whom
the Pnrker-HIll convention of last June
made chairman of the State Executive
committe, is not on speaking terms with
Murphy, the lender of Tammany. There
can be no "cordial relations" between
them. A late New York World (sup
porting Parker) says:
"Senator McCarren's present attitude
is that he is entirely willing to keep
out of the campaign If his a'bsence or
quiescence would promote harmony and
victory. If Charles F. Murphy has any
grievance at Senator McCarren Ibelng
active In the campaign Senator McCar
ren Is willing to oblige and will bottle
his political activities until next year,
when there is to be a local election In
New Ycrk City In which Senator Mc
Carren proposes to have something to
It has l'een announced from Tam
many, that the weather would be too
hot for a ratlHcatlon meeting till after
the nomination of the State ticket In
September nnd Tamnniiy men are mut
tering that their chief, Mr. Murphy Is
not being treated with proper courtesy
by Parker m that he has not been in
vited to mil. Tnmmnny Is sulking.
If given the governorship, it will go In
and work. If not, it may shy at the
HIlI-Belmont-McCarren ticket just as
it -did in 1SSS, when it carried the state
for Hill for governor, but left Cleveland
on "thp outside of the breastworks,"
giving New York to Harrison.
Again, nc tt- Ibis paragraph from the
World' "Th. outcome I likely to be a
rntlficntiun meeting o-i the return of
Mr. Muiphy In a few days, or a pro
nouncement ftom Mr. Murphy making
11 clmr that Tammanv is heartily for
the ticket. But no overtures or re
quests have been made by Judge Par
ker for such action on Mr. Murphy's
part. If Mr. Murphy prefers to sulk,
Judge Parker will not have Mr. Shee
han offer him a 'stick of candy to be
good. Senator McCarren would 'lie
pleased to have another course follow
ed, but neither will Judge Parker do
Other facts could foe dug up. but they
would make this article too lengthy.
'Suffice it to say, New York State looks
like Roosevelt's, and the Democrats do
not have a ghost of a show without
The republicans will eventually have
one electoral ticket in Wisconsin.
Everywhere else, the party Is united
and confident, while the democrats are
divided and uncertain whether to talk
tariff or to mention gold; -whether to
curb Bryan, or to turn him loose.
The New York World further isays.
Senator 'Charles A. Culberson, of Texas,
came to town yesterday and gave out
"In my opinion the criticisms which
the Democrats press of the Iast are
heaping upon Mr. Bryan and his friends
for their part in the St. Louis conven
tion are not conducive to that perfect
and complete harmony Which should
prevail in the party If we are to make
sure of success. Perhaps if they more
thoroughly understood the situation
which prevailed at St. Louis previous to
the nomination of Judge Parker they
might be more considerate of those
whom they are now uennuncing us
traitors t6 the party.
"I do not hesitate to say that In my
judgment It wtts at no time possible to
have adopted' a gold standard platform
at St. Louis. I will go further and say
that if such a platform had been adopt-
! ed the delegates from several 'Southern
and Western States who were Instruct
ed for Judge Parker would 'by such ac
tion on the part of the convention have
considered themselves absolved from
There has been no single Instance of
any prominent Republican bolting
Roosevelt. But see, A. W. Maxwell
chairman of the Democratic State Com.
mlttee of Iowa, resigning his position
nnd repudiating Parker on the ground
that he is the candidate of Wall Street
and the trusts.
iATtv Editor. Abraham Lincoln's say
ing will pan out this election, namely:
"You can fool all of the people eome
of the tlmt. and you can fool some of
the people all of the time; but you can't
fool all of the people all of the time."
"The plain people," as Lincoln called
us, will pass by even such a good man
as Parker because they see a better one
T. MCXNT8 'STEWART.
MAUI'S BIG SOCIAL EVENT.
PUUNENE, August 8. Invitations
have been sent out by the General Man
aeer and the employes of the Hawaiian
Commercial nnd Sugar Company for
their annual Harvest Home dance to be
held on the evening of August 11 at the
Puunene Mill. All preparation has
been made for the affair ar.d most of
the people on Maul have been invited to
attend. Seven- stringed orchestras
will furnish tho music for the occasion-
Tho dance will bo held In the filter
press room of the mill. Preparations
Jinvn Tvepn tnndo for the reception O
nearly four hundred Invited guests.
Twenty-five cents paya for a Want
d In the fctar. A.Dargain.
THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT STILL
YOUTHFUL AT 82.
NEW YORK, July 26. While in this
city en route to Esopus, Hon. Henry
G. Davis told why at the age of 82 he
has the strength and nppnrent health
of a man of 50. Summed up his reasons
"I never allow anything to worry me.
"My conscience Is always reasonably
"Plenty of hard work has never hurt
"I sleep eight hours a day.
"I eat three square meals In 24 hours,
"I drink a little wine at times, but
that Is all.
"I do not use tobacco In any form.
"i take u good, long walk every day."
Six feet tall, form erect, eyes clear,
cheeks ruddy, the vlce-prqsldentlal can
didate does not look a dny over 55 nnd
anyone guessing as to his age would
take five years off that estimate after a
15-mlnute conversation with him.
A reporter asked him to tell of his
life. "There Isn't very much to say,"
he replied. "I am a railroad man. I
started on a farm, and a very poor one
at that. I became a freight brakeman
when I was 18. I have been In the rail
road business ever since. I guess that
is the whole story."
"But," insisted the reporter, "you are
building a railroad across West Virgi
nia, 200 miles long and with your own
capital, you have 100,000 acres of coal
lands In your state and you were not
born with a silver spoon, were you?"
"No," said the West Virginian. "No,
my folks were very poor. 1 have been
fortunate. My father was a farmer
and he died early, leaving Ave children
to be cared for by my poor mother. She
kept us together by teaching school. I
got out to work as early as I could, and
I felt mighty big, I can tell you, when
1 got my llrst job as brakeman."
"Why are you a Democrat?" was the
"I was elected to the legislature in
IS$G, and we separated Into the radical
and conservative parties. I was a con
servative and naturally drifted into
Democracy. I am not an extremist. I
supported Mr. Bryan twice and I guess
I was the only railroad president in the
country to do this. I did not believe in
everything Mr. Bryan did, but there
was a good deal that I did believe In."
"How do you keer so young?"
"That Is easy. I live In the country
where the air is pure. I eat three meals
a day and have a good appetite. I work
and play in moderation. Perhaps the
fact that I do not use tobacco has
something to do with it. I am not a
prohibitionist, but I never felt the need
of liquors. I get out of bed at 7 a. m.
and I retire at 11. After breakfast I
work until 1 o'clock. Following lunch I
take my exercise usually a run with
my horse. I take a long walk every
day. My evenings are with my friends."
The estimated wealth of the candi
date is J8.000.0o0 or $10,000,000. How
ever, those about him declare his llfj
Is simple and wholesome, and his views
as unspoiled .is those of the poorest
9E HASJ HEART
TOUCHING SCENE WHEN HE
GREETS HIS DAUGHTER LENA
AT WORLD'S FAIR.
The meeting between Geronlmo and
his daughter, Lena, was a touching
h'cene, enacted in the Indian School in
the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at
St. Louis not long since. Quite early
the old chieftain was seen arranging
his toilet with unusual care. Until
the arrival of his daughter la' the
building, the old warrior appeared rest
less and uneasy. Owing to a delay to
the train ,the party did not reach the
Indian School until nearly noon.
Geronlmo was pacing the hallway
when his daughter entered and wns led
up to nil. Not having seen her since
tfhe was iv babe In arms, he failed to
recognize her. When asked by Mr
Pierce. "Geronimo, do you know who
this is?" the old man leaned forward,
gazed closely at the maid, then took
both her hands 'n his. As he did this
his own eves filled with tears, and he
was seen swallowing the lump that
rose In his throat. With the back
of his hand he brushed tway tears that
would not stay back, thus showing that
In spite of the past and his many cruel
ties, there was at least one tender spot
In the old man's nature.
The Forest City series of World's
Fair Art 'Portfolios, which we are now
distributing among our readers, con
tains a most st-lklng picture of Ger
onlmo, (Portfolio No. 12), who Is per
haps, the most noted Indian this side of
the Happy Hunting Grounds. All of
the most famous chiefs and members
of the many different rlbes now en
camped on the Exposition grounds,
are shown In this superb series; as
well "as the best features of the Ex
pDsltlon In every departments It forms
a complet record and reflex of this
greatest of all World's Fairs.
Readers can't afford to miss a sin
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There Is a isubstantlal saving, too,
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WHEAT'S RAPID RISE.
CHICAGO. August 9. Wheat has
madg a sensational advance to 101 7-8.
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