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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The republican. — 22 August 1896
VOL. 11l NO 14. PIIIEI, PROTECTION AID [ Is What the Brand Old Party Stood Pat for at the ; % ' St. Louis Convention MM WASHINBTON REPUBLICANS SHOULD FOLLOW SUIT In- The Platform and Principles that Will Open the II; American Mills to American Labor kj^ROTECTION, PROSPERITY AND PLENTY HNo .Populism—Democracy Denounced—The Tariff the Issue—Reci ' ■prosity f° be Encouraged Again— Sugar Producers Mistreated—Our ■ Wool Industry to be Protected— Merchant Marine—Pensions *Jb for Old Soldiers-Foreign Relations—Monroe Doctrine Still Right— sS Want a Free Ballot— Lynching—To Help Cuba— The Repttbllcaus of the United States, ■assembled by their representatives in Fnational convention,, appealing for the ' popular and historical justification of their claims to the matchless athieve- Ments of thirty jears of Republican f rule, earnestly and confidently address themselves to the awakened intelli ; gence, experience and conscience of their countrymen in the following dec .- laration of facts and...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The republican. — 22 August 1896
THE REPUBLICAN. HR-CAYTON - Editor and Proprietor Office in Rotom "B" Burke Block, on First Floor Entrance on Marion Street. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Year 8200 Six Months J.JJ.V .. .l'«> 0 Three Months ■ -. .1 . ft Advertising Rates Furnisher! on Application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. SEATTLE, WASH., AUGUST 22, 1896 FOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM McKINLEY Nuts for Laboring Men. While the products of the mints are always desirable, there can be no de nying the fact that its mills and not mints that will place the United States in a prosperous condition again, reason from whatever standpoint you will. If the laboring men of this country have any idea of supporting the Demo cratic party because it has a popular drawing card in which there is not a scintilla of reality, but a mere snare and delusion, the following figures ta ken from a report from a union trade journal as to the number of idle men now in this country, and especially the larger cities, may...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The republican. — 22 August 1896
W POLITICAL POT-PIE. ;■■ -' _ ■ 4 V / ' ■■ ■ 1 As " was *j?redicted by the Pie-maker i some time' ago, and in . fact all along, \ L Pierce county has endorsed P. C. Sulli- i van for governor. When Mr. Sullivan « ■icceeded in carrying the county. as he ■ted in the last spring contest, there ■as not much doubt that he would do jPrhe same thing when it came to a con r test this time. Inasmuch as Mr. Sulli- < , van and the King county men and also | the Spokane county politicians are I working together, it now looks as ■ though he would go to the state con vention with Pierce, Spokane and King counties solid for him, with many other smaller counties very favorable to him. There is no longer any doubt in the minds of those that can see anything in the political ball but that Charlie Sullivan will be named by the Republi can convention next Wednesday for governor. • The contest for state auditor has also '-■ been practically settled in favor of J. B. Frost, the present incumbent, inas ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The republican. — 22 August 1896
Receivers Sale of rvMBBIM They Must be Sold cS^Rumli^W? Ger,uine Bargains Here. Zf 1 MTT PQ PH Yesler Way bet. First Z_/. v-" i.*l±J__,VLQ V-AJ.j and Western Avenues SOCIAL-PERSONAL. — Mrs. William Thomas, of Everett, was in the city Monday. George Johnson, of Franklin, was in the city this week. Mrs. R. Davis, of this city, is visiting friends at Everett. Mr. C. Sanders, of Tacoma, spent Sunday in this city visiting friends. Mrs. R. C. Donaldson, of Everett, was in the city on business this week. S. A. Franklin and George. Johnson, of Newcastle, were delegates to the con- j vention this week. Spencer Smith, of Tacoma, was shak ing hands with friends in this city this week. Fred Jinkins and three other miners spent two days in this city and then went to Beaver Hill. Samuel Burdett, J. E. Hawkins, M. Dorsey and H. R. Cayton were dele gates to the convention this week. The Puget Sound Conference of the A. M. E. church will meet in this city on September 16. Bishop W. J. Gains will pre...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The republican. — 17 June 1898
NEGROES HAVB/il Champion in THE REPUBLICAN VOL. V* NO. 4 CULLINGS OF PRESS Discussing the Many State Candidates. PIERCE IS LOOKING FOR The Fat Places With Many Applicants. NEWSPAPER CHIT-CHAT White I,abor Only— Four Candi dates for Congress—Postal Sav ings Banks—Senator Turner and Free Silver-No Interest in the School Elections—Denies That Southwest Combination Is Push ing Hon. Allen Weir. < The Aberdeen Packing company of Fair haven is to make an innovation in canning salmon this year, by employing nothing but white labor, if it can be procured. The company is advertising for 210 white em ployes.—Aberdeen Bulletin. Permit us to suggest to both the company and yourself that you had better advertise for 210 American employes instead of that many white ones. In this country a man should be given work who is willing to work, regardless of the color of his skin. Some of the blackest rascals that are hung wear the whitest skins and some of the whitest men that ever walked wear the bla...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The republican. — 17 June 1898
THE REPUBLOAN TeleDhone, Main 305. OFFICE 612 THIKI) AVENUE H. R. Cayton (Residence) Pike 131. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year .. .$ 2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Mon bs 60 Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. i . That Populi?t howl against an other bond issue has suddenly lost its volume and pitch. Senator Wilson's Wing has sailed into port without a scratch and all is well. Congratulations, Fred A., for you know your biz. Our Masonic friends that vis ited Seattle this week did not give us the grip, but they did give us the slip, which we hardly ex pected. Compliments of the season to the Snohomish County Tribune for taking The Republican as a pattern. We lead, others follow. Leiter, the Chicago wheat king, struck an awful snag one day this week and now he too is ready to admit that, "uneasy lies the head that wears the crown," There is really no doubt but that Cervera's fleet is unseaworthy at present and we trust...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The republican. — 17 June 1898
Political Pot-Pie. As was predicted by the Pie maker in last Friday's paper, Hon. Fred A. Wing was appointed as sayer of the new assay office lo cated in Seattle on that day and has been receiving congratulations of his many friends for the past week. There will be a number of appointees under him and appli cations for each of them have be gun to flow in thick and fast. The appointing of Mr. Wing to the above mentioned place was, as said before, a happy solution of the postoffice contest, which had begun to wax warm in this city and now Senator Wilson can appoint the man who can demonstrate to him that he can bring about the most party harmony regardless of whom that man may be, but, it is gener ally conceded at this writing, that George M. Stewart has a walk away for the appointment. If there is one thing that Senator Wilson can be commended for it is for staying by his friends. During the last campaign it is said that the senator was often thrown in close political relations with ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The republican. — 17 June 1898
; IKEMINM Iscts. i Condensed Milk f IT IS MADE AT HOME—IS PURE. UGOMA OBSERVATIONS. Cream of Local News Re ported ly Windy City Correspondent. [Special to the Republican.] Mrs. S. J. Collins is very sick with la grippe. Miss Lulu Conna is very sick with the la grippe. Mrs. Frank Dishmore's health continues very poor. Joe McCloud, of Seattle, visited friends in the city Monday. Master Brother Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, is very sick with a fever. Mrs. Mary Jenkins left Sunday for New Whatcom where she has secured work. Mrs. Watson, of California, arrived in the city Monday with her two grand children to visit their father, William Heyston. The city council has passed an ordinance punishing by fines the spitting on the floors of public places and on the streets of the city. At a meeting of the committee of the Washington State Omaha exposition it was decided not to have a state building at the Omaha exposition. Tacoma has a number of pretty young ladies of marriageable age an...