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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 August 1900

Go to Spinning, 1206 Second i avenue, for bike repairs. Your \ work will be right, and your trade appreciated. \ I W. H. Henderson's tonsorial \ j parlors are located at the corner of j( -Railroad avenue and Yesler Way. You are 4 invited. I ■ . ___________ ' . CALL FOR REPUBLICAN. STATE Convention. — < The Republican state convention for Washington is hereby called to meet at the city of Tacoma, on 15th August, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominating two can didates for congress and a, full state ticket, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before said state convention in connec tion therewith. The basis of repre sentation will be two delegates at large from each county, and one delegate for each 100 votes or major fraction thereof cast in each county for Hon. IW. L. Jones, Republican candidate for con gress at the general election of 1898, the apportionment of each county being as follows: " ■ Jones' Dele- County— vote, 1898. gates...

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. — 17 August 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VII NO. 12 MR. FRINK ISJAMED For Governor by the Repub lican State Convention. HARMONY REIGNS Supreme and the Nomination Made by Acclamation. A RINGING PLATFORM " Is Addressed to the Many Voters of the Evergreen State. Believing that there was method in Ivmg county's political madness, the Kepublican state convention, winch assembled in Tacoma last \\ ednesday nominated the Hon. J. AL. lmnk tor governor, and thereby carried out the program mapped out by tiie King county Kepublican con vention, feo far as the convention proper was concerned, it was a love least pure and simple, and ail in at tendance heartily enjoyed the pro ceedings. Talk about your going througn with a whoop, but the con vention did send tilings through with the greatest whoop ever before witnessed in tins state. I'romptly at 10 o'clock Hon. J. H. Schively mounted the rostrum in the lacoma Auditorium and rapper for order, which was met with a rousing cheer, in a minute more Hon. (J. \\. ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 August 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone. Main 305, The Pipnblican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ...2cO Six months ... 100 Three Months ; 60. Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. MeElroy's Way was that devious and doubtful one that it soon swamped him. Anarchist Altgeld seems to be troubled with the same kind of snakes that wiggled in his boots four years ago. Wabbling Waburton wobbled into the district convention, and like his Walla Walla master, proceeded to buy his nomination for state senator. Jealousy among the "allied forces" in China is causing a good deal more delay than the opposition of the Boxers. It was Paul of Seattle instead of Paul of Tarsus that was the center of attraction during the sittings of the last Republican state convention. Now that "Weary Willie" has been told that he was nominated for presi dent ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 August 1900

Political Pot-Pie. Most of the local Republican poli ticians, including the Pie-maker, have been sojourning in the City of Destiny this week, attending the .-tale convention, and if you know anything about state conventions, it will not take much to convince you that the most of us are unfit for work the closing days of the week. Senator Billie Mason, of Illinois, is altogether too mouthy for his own good. To the average Westerner he is trying to blow hot and blow cold at the same time. If Mason is going to support McKinley he ouglit to quit talking through his hat to Pop papers, and if he is going to support jjryan he should come out like a man and say so. God hates a coward, and the man that blows hot and cold on political questions is a political cow ard. But a few days ago The Times, a Pop paper, published a long inter view trom Senator Mason, which in directly denounced the McKinley ad ministration; a few days later the Post-Intelligencer published an in terview from Senator Ma...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 August 1900

7 PERSONAL. - ' Mr. H. P. Lpwhorn, one of.. Ta coma's honored colored citizens, is at tending the conference this week. ■ Mr. J. E. Shepperson, one of Kit-' titas' Cracker-jack politicians, is vis iting in the city today on his return from the state conventon.- Mr. H. C. Rice, who has been bo- j journing in the mountains for the \ past year or more, was in the city one ' day this week. *. . Seattle folk in general are heartily glad to welcome the smiling counten- j ance of Rev. S. J. - Collins, who lived in this city for so long, back in their midst again. . . Rev. G. A. Bailey, who for some j years was pastor of . the A. M. E. | church of this city, has been shaking i hands with his many friends during' the most of the week. A baptizing at the lake last Sun day, in which one of the Miss Rich artisons was immersed, drew quite a crowd to the water's edge. ••:•■ J. Edward Hawkins, who has been conspicuous m tne political aitairs ol tins state lor a numoer ol years, was made a member o...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 August 1900

VOL. VII NO. 13 SEATTLE GOSSIP ■—■ ■ ■ ■ Which Was Heard and Caught . During the Past Week. "PICK-POCKET PROF." So Says a Visitor to One of the Parks. SUNDAY a WARM BABY I Robberies and Hold-Ups Came Thick * and Fast—Other Funny Things & . Are Reported. One day this week a policeman was : seen running at 'breakneck speed after a car that had already passed the street corner stopping point. He was something of a sprinter and succeeded in running the car down. Out of breath, he reached for the . handhold on the outside of the car ; and tried to jump on, but he lost I his balance and down he went. He lacked but. an inch, comparatively speaking, of rolling under the mov ing car and getting ground to pieces. i The car stopped for him and he pulled himself up and crawled on the car, much to the amusement of the hundreds of bystanders who stood watching the entire proceed ings. Just as the car moved off again he looked at the crowd and let loose a sickly grin, as much as to say, "See h...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 August 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305. The F*pnbllcan Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE I. R. Cayton, Editor ttsie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES >ne Year 2 cO ix months ... 100 hree Months 60. Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. REPUBLICAN TICKET THE TICKET For Congress: F. W. Cushman Pierce W. L. Jones Yakima For Governor: J. M. Frink King For Lieutenant-Governor: H. G. Mcßride. Skayit For Secretary of State: S. H. Nichols Snohomish For Auditor: J. D. Atkinson Chelau For Treasurer: C. H. Maynard Lewis For Attorney-General: W. B. Stratton Pacific For Land Commissioner: Stephen A. Call vert.. W hatcom For Superintendent of Selwols: R. B. Bryan Chehalis For Judges of Supreme Court: Wallace Mount Spokane R. O. Dunbar Thurston For Presidential Electors: Charles Sweeney Spokane J. M. Boyd Okanogan Frank G. Hastings Jefferson S. G. Cosgrove Garfield KING COUNTY TICKET For Sheriff A....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 August 1900

3 Political Pot-Pie. : / Political advertisement has alway ; been a hobby of James Hamiltoi Lewis, and his pink whiskers, per feet dress and suave manners an some of the specialties with which he has successfully advertised him self. "If you cannot say good of me say evil, but by all means say some thing of me," has been another way Mr. Lewis has kept himself before the newspaper reading public. All of these things Mr. Lewis has thrown to the winds for the present, and his once familiar face bowing and smil ing on the streets of Seattle has been conspicuous for its absence for the past ten days, and that, too, when he is in the city. It all came about by some of the Republicans picking up a second Mr. Lewis while at the re cent Republican state convention and the fertile imaginations of some of the Republican politicians con ceiving the idea that they could have a peck of fun at Mr. Lewis' ex pense, by having this second, when properly attired, appear in the same .role as did Lewis....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 August 1900

A. M. E. CONFERENCE owns its property at that point and Bey. Bailey, who did so much for the Seattle church, has improved it most wonderfully during his one year's stay there. Eev. X. D. Hartsfield, who has been given the Xewcastle circuit, is well and favorably known at both Xewcastle and Franklin, and, if any man can build up the work at those points at present, he can and will. The number of col ored folk at those points at present is rather small, and the number of colored folk who attend any kind of church at those places as a general thing is still smaller. However, a wonderful change has come over those at Newcastle within the past six months, and both the Methodist and Baptist churches have been doing a wonderful work in the way of accessions. Mr. Hartsfield took up the church work while he was working at Franklin, and being so well acquainted up there it is thought that he will be able to do much more among the miners in the way of leading them to Christ than a stranger ful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 31 August 1900

VOL. VII NO. 14 ; CURRENT COMMENTS In the Queen City of the ~.~:_ Northwest- .-, SEATTLE THE MECCA c? For Disables: Disqualified to Earn "• a Living. (or Disables Disqualified to Earn a Living. ;OUNC!LJ|M|£NES eggers" Harvest — Queer Charac r ters— Norfiers Rapidly Returning— Mr. Hawkins Comes Out Early. • " •' * '■_■'• ■,-■,= .' " ■ - • Most persons doing business in Se attle at present are reaping quite a financial harvest owing to the fact ' that the streets are crowded with .-.: customers, and, according to hotel rumors, there is not a vacant room to be found in the city. This great I. press of business has caused many | men seeking employment to come to ■; the city, and, tor the most part, all ?- who want work get it. It has not '{■ only attracted the laboring folk, but : it has likewise atracted the beggars, the poor, the sick, the halt and the j j blind, all of whom can be found on j our streets asking for alms from the passers-by. On this corner you will find the 'Aljlmd man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 31 August 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, ( The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE j H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One Year ...2 cO Six months I 00 Three Months 60. Advertising rates Furnished upon application F.ntered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. For President: WILLIAM McKINLEY. For Vice-President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. ttlllili THE TICKET For Congress: F. W. Cushman Pierce W. L. Jones Yakima For Governor: J. M. FRINK King For Lieutenant-Governor: H. G. Mcßride Skagit For Secretary of State: S. H. Nichols „ Snohomish For Auditor: J. D. Atkinson Chelan For Treasurer: C. H. Maynard Lewis For Attorney-General: W. B. Stratton Pacific \ For Land Commissioner: Stephen A. Callvert. . Whatcom For Superintendent of Sehooh: R. B. Bryan Chehalis For Judges of Supreme Court: Wallace Mount Spokane R. O. Dunbar Tnurston Fw Presidential Electors: Charles Sweeney Spokane J. M. Boyd Okanogan Frank G. Hasting...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 31 August 1900

m* Political Pot-Pie. . jf TheHjTstrgTTff7)f~the Republican campaign will be fired Saturday '.night at the Armory hall, when a joint ratification meeting of both the state and King county Republican - tickets will be endorsed. Chairman Schively in connection with Chair man Morris has arranged an elabo rate programme for the evening, and many notable speakers, as well as ;. candidates, will be heard, on that oc casion. This promises to be the larg est meeting that Armory hall has seen for the past four years, and every good and loyal citizen is in vited to be present. * * * It is all business and bustle about the Republican headquarters in the - Starr-Boyd building, where both the county, and state headquarters have ■been located. Chairman Schively has already begun to send out com munications to outlying lieutenants, and is receiving all visitors wth open ,v*ns. The campaign of education hasjilready begun, and many inter esting as well as valuable documents are being mailed out by S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 31 August 1900

AFRO-AMERICAN COUNCIL. The National Afro-American ; 'ouncil of the Negro race of the - nited States convened in Indianap-! lis last Tuesday with an unprece-1 dented number of delegates present. j : >ishop Alexander Walters called the : leeting to order promptly at 11 ' 'clock, and the picture presented to lie spectator was the most repre-: ■■ntative body of Negroes that had ' ver before assembled in this coun : iv. While politics will be a side is-' lie in its deliberations, yet it is ex-! ; eeted that such wll bob up here j nd there during the entire proceed-, ags. At the last meeting of the ; ouncil a move was made to censure .'resident MeKinley for remaining ilent on the lynchings in the South. That same feeling exists at present, ■>ut another trouble has arisen for he organization to discuss since the ast adjournment, and it is the dis 'ranchisement of the North Carolina Negroes. Both the Republican and he Democratic parties have their 'riends among the delegates who .vho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 7 September 1900

VOL. VII NO. 14 CENSUS REPORTS Have Begun to Come In and Given Out. THE WEST GROWS Her Cities Doubled in Population in a Decade. EXPORTS AND ELECTIONS The Former Has a Direct Influence Over the Latter as Here with Shown. Chicago doubled its population, and the Western cities grew like mushrooms. New states were ad mitted to the Union and new terri tories opened to settlement. But between 1890 and 1900 immigration has been discouraged, rather than encouraged. Some care is exercised in extending the welcoming hand to the incoming Europeans. Chinese immigration has been stopped. Most of the immigrants now go to the cities and stay there. The older farming communities being well set tled, the farmers' sons and daughters go to the cities, with the result that the urban population is swelled at the expense of the country districts. The list of the thirty largest cities and their population is as follows: Greater New York, includ ing X. Y. and iJr00k1yn.3,437,262 Chicago 1,698,575 Philadel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 7 September 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Rtpnbllean Fub. Co., Publisher* OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R- Cayton, Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES' One Year 2cO Six months ... 100 Three Months 60. Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. For President: WILLIAM McKINLEY. For Vice-President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. ptilli THE TICKET For Congress: F. W. CUSHMAN Pierce W. L. Jones Yakima For Governor: J. M. Frink King For Lieutenant-Governor: H. G. Mcßride Skagit For Secretary of State: S. H. Nichols Snohomish For Auditor: J. D. Atkinson Chelan For Treasurer: C. H. Maynard Lewis For Attorney-General: W. B. Stratton Pacific For Land Commissioner: Stephen A. C all vert.. Whatcom For Superintendent of Schools: R. B. Bryan Chehalis For Judges of Supreme Court: Wallace Mount Spokane R. O. Dunbar Thurston For Presidential Electors: Charles Sweeney Spokane J. M. Boyd Okanogan Frank G. Hastings Jefferson S. G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 7 September 1900

r I ® POLITICAL POT-PIE ® K;-Mayor J. P. De Mattos, of New Whatcom, who was a member of the legislature that elected George Turner to the United States senate, and who on that occasion bearded the lion in his lair, has renounced all allegiance to the three-ringed fungus which has ruled the politics of this state for the past four years, and will not only support Senator Frink, but will take the stump for his elec tion. The Pie-maker remembers quite well how earnestly Mr. De Mattos supported Governor Rogers four years ago for the United States senate and every other Populist in the party, and how he fought to pre vent the election of Judge Turner, i owing to the fact that he had pub licly declared before the election that he would not be a candidate for the United States senate in case of fusion success, but who changed his mind no sooner than was the vote made known; owing also to the fact that he had unmistakable evidence that the wonderful gold producing qualities of the Le Roi mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 7 September 1900

(Continued from first page.) are to be received into membership j of the body on perfect equality with v the white man. c Atlantic City, X. J., the famous g American summer resort, where the coolred waiters are supreme, is doing t a rushing business this season. It is j well known that Atlantic City, like . Boston, is a mecca for colored wait ers. It is a gratifying significance j that America's greatest summer re- , sort has chosen the colored waiters as the ones most fit to serve man's < inner man. In this beautiful report. , noted the world round for its surf , bathing, large scenic ocean front and spacious board walks, are located over 200 hotels and cottages, most < all of which employ colored waiters. A very few years ago John J. Xolan, who is said to own something ' like 60 per cent, of the Black Patti ' company, was the press agent at Hammerstein's Olympia, drawing a not very dazzling stipend, and sup posedly not a man of wealth. His friends insist that he is now worth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 September 1900

VOL. VII NO. 15 McKIILEY ACCEPTS Nomination for Presidency Tendered by Republicans. COUNTY PROSPEROUS During His Administration According to Official Figures. MANY FUSiONISTS FLOP In Wyoming and Montana on Account of Better limes Under Mc- K Believing Kmleyism. of The Re- Believing the readers of The Re tblican would be much interested in that part of President McKinley letter of acceptance which. refers to the prosperity the country has made under his administration, it is here-1 with quoted in full: , "Our foreign trade shows a satis , factory and interesting growth. The amount of our exports for the year 1900 over those ol the exceptionally prosperous year of 1899 was about nail a million dollars for every day oi the year, and these sums have gone into the homes and enterprises of the people. There has been an increase ot over $50,000,000 in the exports of agricultural products; $92,692,229 in manufactures and in the products of the mines over $10, --000,U00. Our trade balances c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 September 1900

The Seattle Republican Teieohone, Main 305, ; ' The Fipabliean Pub. Co., Publishers 1 OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate I SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One Year 2 cO Six months ■ I<W Three Months »• • 60 Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. For President: WILLIAM McKINLEY. For Vice-President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. ill II THE TicKET For Congress: F. W. Cushman Pierce j W. L. Jones Yakima For Governor: J. M. Frink King j For Lieutenant-Governor: H. G. Mcßride Skayit j For Secretary of State: S. H. Nichols Bnohomish For Auditor: J. D. Atkinson Ckelau For Treasurer: C. H. Maynard Lewte For Attorney-General: W. B. Stratton Pacific For Land Commissioner: Stephen A. Call vert .. Whatcom For Superintendent of Schools: R. B. Bryan Chehalis For Judges of Supreme Court: Wallace Mount Spokane R. O. DUNBAR ThursUm ■ For Presidential Electors: Charles Sweeney Spokane J. M. BOYD Okanogun Fran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 September 1900

*] ® POLITICAL POT-PIE ® HON. GEORGE M. STEWART, Postmaster, Seattle. . "1 leave tonight for the East to at tend" the Postmasters' convention/" said: lion. (i. M. Stewart, Seattle's etiicient postmaster, last Saturday. "1 have no idea just now how long 1 will be gone, but you can rest assur ed that i propose to get back as soon as 1 possibly can and help out the campaing all 1 know how. 1 have been in politics ever since 1 have been in mis city and county, and 1 want to tell you i never saw things look more favorable for a clean Re publican sweep than at present. Jsoth the county and state central committees are doing excellent work, ■ and it is the duty oi every Republi can in the state to render them all of the assistance that they can do to make success doubly certain."" * * * If there is a disgruntled .Republi can in all King county this year the Pie-niaker has not heard of such. There may be some .Republicans who do not feel as friendly toward the ticket as they otherwise would...

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