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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1900

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL VI NO. 38 RELIGIOUS REALM Bishop Whitaker Talks About Christian Work in Cuba. i,> After three week's tour among X After in Cuba, Bishop among issions in Cuba, Bishop O. W. Whitaker, of the Episcopal Dio cese of Pennsylvania, returned to .his home and expressed himself as well pleased with opportunities for religious work in the island. The Bishop left Philadelphia on "January 12, at the request of Pre f siding Bishop Clark, of Khode Island, the Board of Managers and the Trustees of the American . Church Missionary Society. His j object was to inspect the work being done by the Episcopal Church in Cuba, to give such help and counsel as he could, and to report upon its needs. His report is already in preparation, and will be presented within ten days. In conversation with a "Ledger" reporter last evening upon the present condition of the mission field in Cuba, Bishop Whitaker said: "We have at present only four clergymen working in Cuba, but their work is of ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 2 .00 Six Months " " \qq Three Months ' 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoflice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Kentucky has seen bloody days. Mexico's sleep is still being disturbed by Yaquis' nightmares. Oom Paul is said to be among the "flying squadron" at this writ ing with Johnny Bull dead on his trail. Spokane county, Mr. Outburst, is a darn weak sister politically, without a King or a Pierce county to fall back on. "A man has found a woman's leg," was breathlessly told at the police headquarters last Saturday, as though that was anything un usual. Annual reports have been the order of the day for the past week or such a matter in Seattle and, we must admit, they read most con foundedly well. No, Seattleites do not want a "Sunday school town", as goes t...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1900

Political Pot-Pie. The battle at the Republican primaries and convention held in thii? city since the last issue of this paper raged with a fierceness that was unprecedented in the an nals of Seattle. It is useless to say at this";'timeJliat Tom;Humes won out, for that you know too well, but the methods he was com pelled to resort to in order to win d<? not reflect much credit on his winning. For the first time in the history of the Republican party in this city it was compelled to colonize voters from the "tender loin" district in the respectable and resident parts of the city to defeat the contentions of good gov ernment. It seems to the Pie maker that the Humes workers found out just how many Repub lican voters there would likely be in the resident portions of the city and then registered equally as 'many hobo voters to off-set their wishes and then waged the battle, with this host of colonized voters. The vote in every pre cinct in the city shows the closest and most hotly co...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 February 1900

They Do Say That P. D. Hughes was elected a delegate by using questionable political methods. That Joe Gregory was left out of the convention for the first time in many years. That James Alexander Wake field is a tireless worker on trades for various candidates. That the minstrel parades every day this week were the only things that broke the political monotony. That Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Howe and their little daughter are bask ing in the sunshine of Southern California. That Brer. Griffin would rather not be told about the number of prpe.'s he has had to die on his hards. That the Silver Republicans believe that they hold the key to the situation and therefore held their nomination until the last minute. That $5,000 per month have been contributed by the gamblers of this city for the past six months for the re-election of Tom Humes. That Bill Parry is out of politics and should stay out for all time to come as he is a ye y weak sister. That Hon. Edward B. Palmer and his friends rejoic...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 March 1900

VOL. VI NO. 39 111 IS IE. The Attempt to Blackmail Him Falls Plat—The Girl Sees Her Folly. As was predicted by his friends the charge of rape against ex- County Commissioner Heaton by Cora Farmer, alias Cora Johnson, was another effort upon the part of his enemies, made while in office, to disgrace him and his family. Miss Farmer, alias Mrs. Johnson, as soon as she saw she had been misled by B>aton's enemies and had sworn falsely, went to the prosecuting attorney by a friend and asked that the case be drop ped, which was done, he seeing at once that the case should never have been instituted; and now Miss Farmer's Monohon triends are weeping. The arrest of Heaton should never have been made. The jus tice of the peace, who issued the warrant was not justified in issuing it upon the story told him by the complaining witness. Had she gone to any old woman with the same story as told to the justice, she would have been laughed at, and told that that was not rape, but it appears that ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 March 1900

The Seattle Republican Teieohone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 2..00 Six Months ..1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Mayor Thomas Jefferson Humes. For Corporation Counsel Will F,. Humphrey. For City Comptroller Frank H. Paul. For City Treasurer Samuel F. Rathbun. For City Councilmen At-I,arge, Will Parry, John Taylor First Ward—James Weir. Second Ward—W. H. Vincent. Third Ward—Hiram C. Gill. Fourth Ward—J. A.James Fifth Ward-Scott Benjamin. Sixth Ward—W. V. Rinehart. Seventh Ward—Jed G. Blake. Eighth Ward—Dr. J. E. Chrichton. Ninth Ward—A. J Goddard. Political pass word in Walla Walla county, "Have you touched Levi's barrel yet?" Unlike Banquo's ghost John Collins prospects for being mayor of Seattle will down. As a diplomat Mareuin seems to ha...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 March 1900

I Political Pot-Pie. | jgyg--1 T--y -t--T-~t- -T -? -? y --rM. Fred H. Peterson, the well known attorney at law of this city, has been elected chairman of the Republican city central committee, '. and, 'according to reports, it was not a bad selection. Mr. Peter son has for a number of years aspired to this honored position, perhaps, solely for the glory that's in it, if victory should crown his labors, and, perhaps for the good of his party believing he could unite the jarring factions therein, but there are some, who declare that Peterson has been troubled for years with a supreme court bee buzzing in his bonnet, and he sought such an honor merely as an end which he hoped would prove a stepping stone to that of the goal of his political ambition. Whether it will or not will be seen in less than six months more. 0 0 0 The indications now are that the Republican ticket in this city will be elected by not less than 1,000 ; majority. Seattle is a Republican town under all ordinary cir...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 March 1900

NORTHWEST NOTES With Evergreen State Center of Attraction. ■in finis Weekly Digest Concerning Its Past Week's Doings. ITEMS OF STATE INTEREST University to Have a Spring Va cation — Many Able Lectures Being Delivered to the Stu dents—The School Doing the Best Work for Years—Presi dent Graves' Splendid State Work. The students of the State Uni versity are now ;to have a spring vacation. It will commence on Wednesday and extend to Monday. It is intended more as a breathing spell than a vacation and after it will come the long pull extending to the last of May. At which time school will close for the year. The vacation now is so short that very few of the students intend going home. Many of them will take the opportunity of doing special work in which they are in terested. Dr. Colgrove and Dr. Moench will each, as leaders of thought in their respective departments, soon be known as authors. Dr. Col grove has his work entitled "Memory" with his publishers, Henry Holt '& Co. While Dr...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 March 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VI NO. 40 CONGLOMERATE ODDS AND ENDS Some interesting Historic Items Concerning Births of Great Men Home and Abroad. Vice-Presidents Die in November-November Remark able for Birth Month of Great Men-February Famous for Washington, Lincoln, Ruskin, Darwin, Lowell, Verne, Mendelssohn-Battlefield Epigrams and Their Origin. In Abyssinia the coffee plant grows wild in great profusion and derives its name from Kaffa a district in that country. The phosphate output of the state of Florida last year amount ed to 425,000 tons, and of that total 300,000 tons was purchased by Germany. Recently the mining town of Mapimi, Durango, celebrated its three hundredth anniversary, hav ing been founded in 1598. In the time of Louis Quatorze in France food was placed upon the table in one huge dish and each helped himself with his naked hand. As late as the middle of the sixteenth century one glass or goblet did duty for the whole table. An unique will has just been discovered...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 March 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 2..00 Six Months ' „{,OO "''hree Months \\\ m \ m \\ .' gioc Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Republican again, by dads! Gen. Cronje would like to have used Cecil Rhodes' private baloon to get away from Gen. Roberts, but Cecil had some objections. When Utah Democracy endorses polygamy it simply endorses its own in that state. Polygamy has ever been fostered by Democratic nutriment. Permit us to say to those, "What Would Jesus Do" men, that He will do them brown for their sacri legiousness, providing they do not mend their ways. Easter has already begun to make pocket books shake in man, miserable man's pocket. Oh, for an opportunity to steal away for a rest from the bonnet question. Owing to too much politics this year Lent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 March 1900

1 Political Pot-Pie. \? r-T ~ y -T—-T—T- -T- -T- -"* ~-?-- T- - T-il The following is a brief sumary of the late election returns: For Mayor. Humes, Rep 5.244 Cotterill, Dem 3,643 Olcovich, S. L 133 Siebert. S. D 90 Hume's plurality 1,378 Comptroller. ■Paul, Rep 5,217 Hill, Dem 2,760 Bland, S. L L99 Knust, S. D '.... 244 Paul's plurality 2,114 Corporation Counsel. Humphrey, Rep 4,781 Emory, Dem 3,236 Daltcn. S. L 212 Phipps,S. D 133 Humphrey's plurality 1,200 Treasurer. Rathbun, Rep 4,810 Runkel, Dem 3,121 Dehly,S. L 172 Wood, S. D 204 Rathbun's plurality 1,313 Councilmen - at-I^arge. Parry, Rep 5,134 Taylor, Rep 4,109 • Chapman, Dem .2,676 Miller, Dem 2,734 Linscott, S. L 178 Walker, S. L. . 220 Moran, S. D 268 Parker, S. D 161 Councilmen. Thomas Navin, Dem. . ; W. H. Vincent, Rep. Alpheus Byers, Dem. J. A. James, Rep. Scott Benjamin, Rep. W. V. Rinehart, Rep. Jed G. Blake, Rep. Dr. J. E. Crichton, Rep. William H. Murphy, Dem. 8 8 8 Seattle has held another election and again the F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 March 1900

1 Local and Personal. ? Mr. D. W. Griffin is visiting Koslyn this week. Mr. Charles H. Graves, of Taco ina, visited the city one day this week. A nectie social will be given at the Mt. Zion Baptist church March, 14th, for the benefit of the pastor. The ladies having charge of the affair are determined to make it one of the most pleasant ones of the season. It will be at the Olympic Hall. Dr. Samuel Burdett seems to have been the only person in the city, white or black, that took the election returns to heart. From his appearance the day after the voting, it would seem that he must have gotten on the outside, of everything that was spent the day before. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Brown have moved back to Newcastle as have Mrs. Moore and her two children. Mr. It. W. Butler, the contractor and builder, is having a most ex cellent run of work this season, and the same is true of Mr. C. H. Harvey, the painter. Each of these gentlemen should feel proud of their business ventures. Mrs. J. B. Turn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 March 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VI NO. 41 news in i mm suit Items of Interest Concerning Current Events Taken From the Country Press. University of Washington's Stevens Debating Club vs. the Badger State Debating Club Contest for Superiority Won by the Latter—Some Horrible Accidents Reported Last Week. A large and enthusiastic audi ence appeared in Denny Hall at the University on last Friday evening and greeted the . rival debating teams of the Stevens and Badger debating clubs. Before the debate commenced the Stevens men entered provided with their colors and horns, which they often used, and took their seats on the left side of the hall. They were soon followed by the Badgers whose emblem was a red flag, and who sat together on the right of the hall. Each club was generous in its applause as its representa tives appeared. Prof. Priest was the presiding officer of the evening and H. L. Reese and James Kellogwere chosen as time keepers by the Stevens and Badger clubs respect ively. The ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 March 1900

The Seattle Republican telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cay ton, Editor Sasie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year .. .2..00 Six Months 1.00 Tliree Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Humes, holdup, hobos —the pass word. Debs for president is joke No. 1 for presidential year. There will be others, never fear. If Billy Mason does not rush his sympathy resolution bill there will be no Boers to extend it to. Senator Alabama Morgan must have gotten hold of another dose of "good whiskey," which has brought on his periodical negro phobia fits. Some one, who has been making a study of "red headed" women, declare that they are to be found in all nationalities. Evils are hard to be shaken. The Wolcott wreck is but another of the many Alaska disasters that have been .recorded since the wild rush began to that land of cold and gold. Miss P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 March 1900

! Political Pot-Pie. Chairman Knickerbocker of the Republican county central com mittee and his associates have fixed the date of the county con vention, which elects delegates to the state convention April sth, which elects delegates to the National convention at Philadel phia June 19th, April 2nd. The official call for the same will be found in another column of this issue. How many delegates to the National convention will King county get is being very generally discussed among the "push" in Seattle at present. The why this question is being asked is, because King county casts more votes than any other two counties in the state and is legally entitled to twice the representation of any other county, inasmuch as it has none at present in Congress. The most of the state is willing, the Pie-maker has been informed, to concede this boon to King, if King herself will only put up the proper kind of a fight for it. For the past four years King has never gone to the state convention in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 March 1900

I i/ocal and Personal. Mr. Susandt, a colored barbei at Ballard, died one day last week. Mrs. Susandt is quite well known in Seattle as a hairdresser. Mr. Milton Roy is spreading out in business most wonderfully. Milt is of the opinion that when you can not find business, jump in and make business, and he is doing so. Take your bicycle repair work to Spinning, 1206 Second Aye. He will appreciate it and do his best to keep your trade. The Bailey brothers, who have a shop at South Park, contem plate putting" another in at Georgetown. They think they can do much better in shops like these than were they in the city. Jour friends East would be glad to get some Seattle news, why not send them The Republican? They will be very grateful to you for the same after they once see it Christian Organizer is the name of a new religious paper that is being published in Lynchburg, Virginia. It also represents an Industrial school for Negroes that is located in that city. Mr. George H. Grose has fin...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 March 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VI NO. 42 HI IS TO ffli With Her Pull, Push, and Pluck. THINGS THAT HAPPENED During the Past Seven Days Within Her Gates. HER THRONGING MASSES Waiting to Sail for the Cape Nome Gold Fields, Where Fortune, Perhaps, Await Them —Sui- cides, Robberies and Mishaps Numerous—Municipal Changes at City Hall—Bad Streets Cause Much Discussion. James L. Clancy Jr., who was a member of one of the best known families in Seattle and perhaps the Northwest, died last Sunday at the Providence hospital. The name Clancy of the Seattle family of that name always makes the average citizen of this section say, "Oh!" regardless of what has hap pened to him and doubly so in the case of death. "Seattle! Seattle! Well Seattle is the popular craze throughout the East just now," said ex-Sena tor Watson C. Squire one day this week To hear of one's home spoken of in such glowing terms by every one and wherever you go. is a most pleasing sensation, and it could give me no more pleasure ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 March 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 2..00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Seattle's criminal feast is still without a paralel. Wait until the noon hour and cash your own check. Up-Against It Again Gene Allen has been heard from again. Easter Sunday, April 15th, is when your wife will tell you what she has done with your winter's wages. If Banker Hoge had have jump ed for his gun instead of the thief there would probably now be one thief less in the world. "Wide open" towns have their bad as well as good sides and in Seattle's case the former seems to out weigh the latter some two to one. __________ Mr. Suicide seems to have taken up his labors again in this part of the moral vineyard, and he is no slouch at the business when h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 March 1900

J~ Political Pot-Pie. jf "I appreciate the efforts The Republican is making toward high grade clean journalism, and I also appreciate, in the highest, the fight the paper made for the cause of morality in the late muni cipal campaign, and, in view of these things, I desire to have the paper sent to my address for ONE MONTH and I believe that will be twenty cents, here is your change. Such public institutions must be supported by the good people, or, Heaven knows what the end will be," is what was said to the Pie-maker on the streets one day this week. Well, money makes the mare run, it makes the newspapers go and it brings lux ury and ease to the editor. If the editor of this paper does not have all of those things from now on, it will be no fault of that One Month subscriber. BOS Who in future is to be Wash ington's National Democratic com mitteeman, is giving the local Democrats of this city much worry and vexation. There are two factions here and each of them is demanding it. War...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 March 1900

I/Ocal and Personal. Rent your bicycle of Spinning, 1206 Second avenue. Mrs. J. F. Crags well has re turned to Washington City and the divorce suit has been abandoned. Mrs. M. Moore thinks of going to Cape Nome with the rush. She was down from Newcastle Tues day. If you are interested in Cape Nome buy a claim from Monroe & Morgan, see their add in this paper. The Seattle Bee was out again last week. It looks as if Mr. Griffin really has a bee in his bonnet. Do you read The Republican? Then you see the merchants that advertise in its columns. When out shopping do not forget them. Attorney J. E. Hawkins suc ceeded in having the supreme court reverse the Joe Young ; jase who some time ago was sentenced to six years in the pen for cutting a man with a razor. Young will now no doubts plead guilty to an assault ami receive a jail sentence. He has been in prison pretty nearly one year. The ladies of the Francis Har per W. C. T. U. recently had a a photograph taken of their union so as ...

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