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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2G, 18!)8.
Tbo story oE tho nttitudo of
American Ootnmisaiotiors townrdu
Cubnu sovereignty acta nuuoxa
tion probabilities at rest for the
timo being nuywny.
To Marelml Brown: While you
nro ovor Uhto don't lot tbo griuB
grow uuili-r tbo United States Mar
shal's billat. Tboro nro some hor
rid politicians hero who liko to aeo
you pet it.
are aaid to bo on their high
hirsea became Auiericnna will not
a'Buraf sovereignty over Cuba
Evidently tho Spnuiab are unable
to read the Congressional resolu
tion that brongl t on tho war.
If occasion rrquires volunteers
to "fight a atiuk with a ritlo" the
Atlvortmer can bo depended upon
to takt a po ilion iu tho front
rank. Popular sympathy ia ou tho
eiJo of llev. Ales. Mackiutoh, but
that dues not necessitate throwing
mud at tho Bishop.
Acting Att ruey G-noral Jimea
E. 13oydtpt'ftkinn unofliciiilly aaya:
"It tn ay t o .h-t iIih Ild.vniian L1
nud havl"CHl laws reminding tho
eatabliahnieut "f bunks." Well now
Friend Uoyd, what did you think
the Haw aii'in Loyislat'ires had boon
doing all tlM'r.oeiirr 'i
Althouiih the "big feed" ia drop
ped from tho pr g'nm of trauspoit
arrival, tho ii'idm expended (o the
boys on tho way to tho Ph liupinoa
... 1? 1 mi
13 none tin lesscomiai. .iuumuiubii
go to the front to do tho hardost
work, particularly of tho voluuteer
to guaid the national honor and
Tho way li'cnl ollic'ala aro Bend
ing in their farewell tra-la-Iaa to
hoadquarto.s is almost amusing.
It looks as if the impression woro
gettiim abroad tbrit publio ollice
may ho a punlm trust, but reap
poiutinput UMiler the i.ow regimo
"ia by no mount) a -tire thing.
Democratic organs aro making
a great kowtow. They any that
no Democratic Preaidoul ovor
toured the country nnd talked to
the people nbout tho prosperity of
tho nation. And this is a fact
too. No DMiiocratic President
has IiHtl the pood fortune to point
to any noticeable prosperity during
his term of ollice.
This grand sentiment spoken by
President McKinley to tho people
of St. Louia may woll recoivo tho
consideration of tho faint hoarted
" Let nothing distraot you; let no
discordant voice intrude to embar
rasa us in the solution of tho migh
ty problems which iuvolvo such
vast coiiHorjiienoHB to ourselves and
posterity. Lot us remember that
God bestowu upon no nation Mich
a Bupremo opportunity which ia
not roady to respond to tho call of
SecnUry Alger haa given
notit-o that he will protoat nny ono
in tho army, testifying boforo tho
invostiyntion board, against dis
nproeablo consequences. That is
what college f.ioultios toll tho mon
tostifying in hazing scrapes, but
comparatively fw men nccopt the
protection. It remains to ho seen
to what oxtoLt tho oflioera of the
army will give voico to harsh
criticism. Alger, howovor, has
done tho proper thing.
oun iiu:sii)i:.T'8 ivohuh.
"Tho duty of the hour" is tho
mainspring of tho seutiinonts ex
pressed by President McKinley
.!..! t 1 lt. !i!
uuriiig uib lour amoug tuo u
0f the Middlo West. In hia
speech at Omaha, after reviewing
tho honors duo tho army and navy
in tho war tho President aaid:
"Now, as then, wo will do our
duty. Tho problotns will not bo
solved in a day. l'atienco wiuoo
required, pationco combined with
sincerity of purposoand unshakou
resolution to do right, seeking
only the highest good oHho na
tion and recognizing no other ob
ligation, pursuing no other path
but that of duty. Bight notion
follows right purpose. Wo may
not at all times bo nblo to dofino
tho future, tho way may not al
ways seom clenr, but it our aims
are high and unsolfiah, somehow
nnd in sorao way tho right cud
will bo renched. Tho geniuB of
the nation, its freedom, its liumnn
ity, its courage, its justico, favored
by diviuo providence, will mnko it
equal to ovory task and tho mas
ter of every emergency."
Tho words of our President
may well renssuro if any roassur
anco is needed tbo peoplo thnt
tbo affairs of tho nation aro iu the
hands of ono who keeuly fools tho
high responsibilities placed upon
him, and that he is tho Prosideut
of a uation, not a party.
A particularly noticenblo feature
in bis addresses is tho freqtiout
refereuco to nn all powerful Pro
videncoas guiding tho destinios of
tho nation and it is not tho pnrt of
God fearing manhood to shirk tbo
opportunities of additional gov
ernmental responsibilities result
ing from tho wnr. Tho conflict
was opened in tho interests of
humanity and tho nngol of peace
demands that this principle shall
be maintained in tbo future dclib
raiions of the nation. IIoviLg put
iiio baud to tbo plough mm is no
lime to turn back with the trombliug
wail that Americans hud no idea
of what ndditioual problems tht-y
wore tackling, that they now see
a mountain in the pathway wbotc
governmental sides they claro not
attempt to renin.
Pr. sMt-nt McKinley does not
say "Wo will k-op tho I'liilip
piues. We will wipo Spaiu off
the mirth." But be does counsel
(ho united peoplo of his country
to time tho problems of the hour
with tho same patriotic cournpo
that tbo in 011 on tho battle fiold
display oil .
lohii Mlwi'a AnaMrr.
1 should liko to aty through th
columna of jour paper that, sinto
I can not find anyoue in tho whole
of Camp Otis who will race against
me, I am porfectly willing to tnko
up tho proposition of Ilarry E.
IticuaidHon etnl. of racing ugaibst
a time limit of twenty-five rain-
ulos for ton miles, unpaced, for a
consideration of S25 or more, if
necessary, providing I um allowed
to pick my own course.
lltisv to I'rrvvnt Croup.
Wo have two obildreu who nro
subject to attacks of croup. When
over au attack is coming ou my wife
gives thorn Chamberlain's Cough
Bemedy and it always provouts
the attack. It is a household ne
cessity in this county and no mat
ter what elso wo run out of, it
would not do to be without Cham
berlain's Cough Bomody. More of
it is sold bore than of all other
cough medicines combined. J. M.
Nickli:, of Nicklo Bros., mer
olianta, Nicklevillo,Pa. For aalo by
Benson, Smith & Co., Gon. Agents.
Tho uso of tho Singor in mil
lions of homes bIiowb tho unpre
cedented buccobb of tboao ideal
sowing machines. It is convinc
ing proof thnt tho Singer oxcols
in all kinds of family sewing and
art noedlo work. All our Bowing
machines nro of tho best construc
tion, boautifully decorated, and
nro mounted on eolecteu woods in
finely finished cabinets of artistic
designs. B. Borgorson, agent, 1GJ
If you want a nico llnbbnr tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stnblo Hack Stand Tnl. 31'.),
and wo gnnrautoo you will bo
TUTWKK-In Honolulu, October 2.",
to thu wife of Ralph Turner, a
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER
HOS. 4, 5 AND 6.
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
Pacific Ilanliwo Co,, Hi,
MADAMK I.i: VAN WAY, of S. F.
MRS. 1). i:. C1IAMIIKR3, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Carpentering, Oubin Making,
-: 722 Kort Ntreet.
tfB-AII klnJs ol Jolblng faithfully an4 promptly
Store Counters and Fixtures,
MiJe to orJer artistically.
SMITH, POWRM, ,t CO.,
721 Fort street.
Twenty ear$ experience. All work guaranteed.
II TVTTnTTcr n a
issi 1 I 'J W 3 rk
II In many Dosigns and Patterns. We can make any style
m vehicle that you want.
m Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
m W. W. WRIGHT, Pwp'r. ii
g 1034 V 1'OltT STHKirr, A1IOVE IIOTlUi.
We have a big lot of Handsome Pictures, including Water Colors,
Etchings and Photographs, Handsomely Framed, and for sale at
EXTREMELY REASONABLE PI-ICES.
' CITY FCEMTDEE STOBE.
H. H. "WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Block, B34-536 Fort Street.
Nono bottor. Endorsed by tho
First Edition now ready.
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111 I 111 J LV JL JrLLlkJ
Has just received a now lino
of TABLETS and PAPET
ERIES with tho Stars and
Stripes on each shoot of papor,
with Envelopes to mutch.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something now and at right
prices. Now foreign mail
stationery! Elogant tinted
Papotories at 25c a box !
Regular 50o Tablets at 35o
each! Regular 25c Tablots
at 20c each! A Special Tab
lot for tho Boys in Bluo at
a SPECIALLY LOW I'KIOn!
316 Fori Street.
RED.WHITE AND BLUE
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. i j
WE ARE OFFERING
Domestic Department This Week.
."Wo have jiiBt
Our Second Big Shipment
LINEN and COTTON TOWELS
Banging from 35c. to 7.50 per doz.
A Complete Assortment of 2
Honeycomb and Toilet Quilts 1
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. 3
lnipijiJrJ(ji)ftipirJ wiipjiifUrilrviwiNiwwwiriwlrJlrJlwwiiNNIIrJINIr'irrVloipiiviriWrJ 3I
Do not fail to examine this stock. 1
Some Men Refuse
To Believe It,
Hut wo nn hopeful of converting
them, nnd leading them to think
our wny In the mutter of correct
clothes. They lire told by tatloru
our clothes are ready inudo.
Suiioo they nre, Is n tailor's
word worth $25 more n suit?
You can see no illU'erenco between
his nnule-to order mid our
Wo aro showing this week In our
window a black fedoia hat which
wo will sell for ?1.50, to close out.
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmel'e Llnen-Mesb
Underwear. Bend for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
417 NUUANU ST.
Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
Doxes and Jewelry.
All work guaranteed. Thlrtyfivejcars experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from tho Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my etoro, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done repairing and new work
both. Pins, rl"E8 bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404i Fort St.
We will commence the dis
play of our New Goods on
MONDAY, October 31st.
We have wares from over
twenty-five factories in Eu
rope and the United States, and
there are more to follow.
We beg to state that between
the 1st and 3oth of November
we will display the best assort
ment of Holiday Wares ever
seen on these Islands. '
All goods are marked in plain
Come and inspect, whether
you wish to purchase or not.
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
The People's Store,
:':""- King Street.
FOR SALE, CHEAP,
fllotros, Switches, etc., In llrst-class riu
iilng order; same can be easily rim v
any servant in a very short time The
C0VorS bU,H10 r sl,ort cI,cl
H. WOOD HAS HKMOVED HIS
S" to Thuftton Avonue. The
OlUces on Iloretanln htreotaro retained.
Ofllra l.ou after October J6th wi be
n r.!1.' t'"'! 2,t0 4 ' '"! 7:ao to 8:30
1 n '.,. - ' V'T' "to 11 a.m. only.
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