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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 14 September 1900

anusEriENTS Hoyt's "A Texas Steer," which ; appears at the Seattle theater next Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, 17th, 18th and 19th, tei Investigating Commitee. promises to be more attractive and amusing than on former occasions,! if such a thing be possible. James B. McCann, the originator, is with the company, and is opening his sea son's work in the pink of condition. The scenes of the play are taken from the cattle ranges of Texas and the •"'round up," which is elegantly brought out, is B very interesting Maverick Brander, which, when translated, simply means the man of the ranch who brands the strays found among the owner's herds, is a most entertaining character, and enlivens the entertainment during the entire performance. COMING ATTRACTIONS. Following are the attractions booked for Seattle theater during the present month: Sept. 16-19—Hoyfs "A Texas Steer." Sept. 20, 21, 22—Palmer Cox's Brownies. Sept. 23-26—Hoye's "A Black Sheep." Sept. 27, 28, 29— F. C. Whitney's g...

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. — 21 September 1900

VOL. VII NO. 16 TEDDY ACCEPTS Nomination for Vice-Presi dency. THE ROUGH RIDER Goes at Bryanism With Hammer and Tongs. A STATEMENT OF FACTS Of the Issues of the Present National Cam paign—lmperialism a Snire and a Delusion. Irrespective of wiiat one may think of Theodore Koosevelt, vice presidential candidate on the Repub lican ticket, from a persona] stand point, the following extracts from his letter of acceptance on the "ex pansion" situation, so far as the Uni ted States is concerned, is a most able and scholarly review of the his toric acquisition of territory on the part of the United States officials from time to time .since there has been any United States. If imper ialism, as it is being interpreted in the present campaign of education is a dangerous proposition so far as the citizens of this country are con cerned, it is certainly a proposition that has been adhered to so closely by all the leading statesmen of this country in the past that it has 'be come one of the gover...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 September 1900

VOL. VII NO. 16 TEDDY ACCEPTS Nomination for Vice-Presi dency. THE ROUGH RIDER Goes at Bryanism With Hammer and Tongs. A STATEMENT OF FACTS Of the Issues of the Present National Cam paign—lmperialism a Snare and a Delusion. Irrespective of wiiat one may think of Theodore Roosevelt, vice presidential candidate on the Repub lican ticket, from a personal stand point, the following extracts from his letter of acceptance on the "ex pansion" situation, so far as the Uni ted States is concerned, is a most able and scholarly review of the his toric acquisition of territory on the part of the United States officials from time to time there has been any United States. If imper ialism, as it is being interpreted in the present campaign of education is a dangerous proposition so far as the citizens of this country are con cerned, it is certainly a proposition that has been adhered to so closely by all the leading statesmen of this country in the past that it has 'be come one of the government's...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 September 1900

The Seattle Republican Teieohone. Wain 305, The P^putiiican Pub. Co.. Publishers ■ umCI 612 THIRD AVENoE H R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RAIKS- One Year 2'o Six monihs . .. 100 Three Mouths W) Advertising rates Furnished upon application Kntered at the l'ostortioe at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter For President: WILLIAM McKINLEY. For Vice President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. iM TICKET THETieKET For Congress: P. W. Cushmant Pierce W. L Jones Yakima For Governor: J. M. Frink Kmg For L:e>iten<int-GoV' rnor: H. G. McBBIDE Skayit Fur Sacr/tary of Stute: S. H. Nichols Smokomith For Auditor: J. D. Atkinson Clielan For Treasurer: C. H Maynard Lemia For Attonieii-Generul: \V. B Stratton Pacific For Lund Commissioner: Stephe.v A. Callyert.. WhiUcom For Superintendent <•/ 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. ttUYD (Jktinogan Fkank G ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 September 1900

® POLITICAL POT=PIE ® ■ Though the fnsionists have nom inated a full county ticket, there is a move on foot among the conglom eration to concentrate all of their efforts to elect Walter Fulton prose cuting attorney, Ed Cudihee sheriff, and either Judge Benson or Mr. Strudwick superior judge, and there by get the control of the court ma chinery in their hands. The Demo crats want the Pope to concentrate on Strudwiek for judge and throw overboard the other two, while the Pops and single taxers want the gang to concentrate on Benson and throw the other two overboard. That at present is the bone of con tention and it is a question as to ■which faction will win in the vile plot. The The Democrats believe that the Republicans will desert their candidates for those places on their ticket and support the Democratic candidates providing they can get strength for the Republican state ticket. Nothing more wrong ever entered their minds, for Billy White will get every Republican vote. What has ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 September 1900

Much preparation is being made for a "40(1" Afro-American ball next Thanksgiving evening. Mrs. Lucy Clark and her daughter, Miss Mabel Walker, were in the city seeing the sights one day this week. Mrs. Grose heard from George 11. Grose, her son, who is now in Nome, and >he hardly expects to Bee him return this season. Quite a number of colored miners left on the Queen last Sunday for Alameda county, California, where they have been promised good wages at a mining camp there. Mrs. Mary Moore and her three children, Mrs. Mathew Brown, Mas ter Benjamin 11. and Miss Kulaliah. left for California last Sunday. See Graham's opening ad. The M. D. Pease Company is hav ing its tall opening. Others may have some of the things that you want, hut Alexander Wilson has all of the things you want. THKY »O SAY. That the "official organ" is slow about officiating. That Hussell, the Third Avenue theater prince, i> a failure at telling "coon" stories. That the News-Letter is trying to be styled a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 September 1900

CHANGE OF HEART Experienced by Right Rev erened H. M. Turner. THE BRYAN SALVATION To Be Administered to Northern Colored Voters. BYTHEVENERABLEBISHOP As a 'Panacea for Their Aches and Paines Superinduced by Democratic Doctors. Bishop Henry McNeil Turner, of the African Methodist Episcopal church, has decided to support Bryan in the present presidential contest. Bishop Turner hails from Atlanta Georgia, where he and the other colored voters of that state have been practically disfranchised for the past twenty years or more by the Democratic party, hence he has good and sufficient reasons for want ing to see a Democrat elected presi dent of the United States. The good bishop assigns as a reason for his supporting the Bryan Demo cratic ticket is that the McKinley administration has not been out spoken enough on the lynching question, and that he is opposed to the holding of the Philippine isl ands. Bishop Turner admits that all that has ever been done for the Negro in this country in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 September 1900

The Seattle Republican! Telephone, Main 305, ; The F^pnbliean Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES' One Year 2rO Six months . lOU 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. illlil THE TicKET For Congress: F. W. Cushman Pierce W. L. Jones Yakinut For Governor: J. M. Prink King For Lieutenant-Governor: H. G. Mcßride Ska<jit For Secretary'of State: S. H. Nichols Snohomish For Auditor: J. D. Atkinson Chelan For Treasurer: C. H. Maynard Lewis For Attorney-General: \V. B. Stratton Pacific For Land Commissioner: Stephen A. Callvert. . }Vhutcom For Siqjeriniendent of Schools: R. B. Bryan ChehaUs For Judges of Supreme Court: Wallace Mount Spokane li. O. DUNBAB ThursUm For Presidential Electors: Charles Sweeney Spokane J. M. Boyd Okc.nogan Frank G. Hasti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 September 1900

® POT-PIE ® To September 22d not a single political speech, according to the Elma Chronicle, had been made in Chehalis county, and not a single heated political discussion between individuals had been heard on the streets of Elma, which the Chroni cle declares "to be a funny cam paign." Oh, that can all be fully accounted for. It lies in the fact that the men who were arguing poli tics from a Bryan standpoint four years ago have on an average of 16 to 1 found good jobs at paying salaries under the MeKinley admin istration, and they do not have time to discuss "politics; and even if they should take time, they are perfectly willing to let well enough alone. That spirit of contentment is to be found not only in Chehalis county, but in every other county in this state, yea, every other county in the United States, not even excepting the South. * * * It is reported that owing to the exceeding friendliness that the Re publican party of this county has shown to certain "Smiths" that they ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 September 1900

® POT=PIE ® To September 22d not a single political speech, according to the El ma Chronicle, had been made in Chehalis county, and not a single heated political discussion between individuals had been heard on the streets of Elma, which the Chroni cle declares "to be a funny cam paign." Oh, that can all be fully accounted for. It lies in the fact that the men who were arguing poli tics from a Bryan standpoint four years ago have on an average of 16 to 1 found good jobs at paying salaries under the McKinley admin istration, and they do not have time to discuss politics; and even if they should take time, they are perfectly willing to let well enough alone. That spirit of contentment is to be found not only in Chehalis county, but in every other county in this state, yea, every other county in the United States, not even excepting the South. * * * It is reported that owing to the exceeding friendliness that the Re publican party of this county has shown to certain "Smiths" that they ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 September 1900

SEATTLE THEATEK. The repertoire for the Xeil Com pany at the Seattle theater during the eight nights' engagement is as" follows: Sunday evening. September 30th, Xat Godwin's besl comedy success, ''An American Citizen." Monday evening, "A Parisian Romance." Tuesday evening and Saturday mati nee, "Aristocracy," by Bronson How ard. Thursday evening, "A Bache lor's Romance." Friday evening, UA Parisian Romance." Saturday evening, "Kiobe." The Neil Com pany is drawing larger houses at present than any other company playing in the West, simply because it has the best line of high-class plays. It's Sunday evening opening promises to lie witnessed by a greai outpouring of Seattle's theater-goers, which will he foUewed with every evening's performance during the entire week. Mr. A. Hall, having successfully passed the civil service examination for a position in the Seattle postof fiee, has been put to work. This is the second young colored man thai has been put on duty in the Seattle postoff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 October 1900

VOL. VII NO. 17 [ "HANDY ANDY" ) B<l SUSIE REVELS CAYTON % A steamer which lay at the wharf of Xew Orleans en route for St. Louis, one hot summer day in July, was a little late in leaving the port, and on her ample deck all was busy bustle. John Watson, the mate, was just about to give the signal that the stage-plank be drawn up, when a man stepped before him and asked, "Could you use another deckhand, sir?" He did not reply at once, as was his wont, lint stood silently sur veying his man. "How far are you going?" he finally asked, when the surveying process had exceeded all bounds of endurance. "To St. Louis," was the answer. "You don't look much like a rouster," said the mate, a d for John Watson this was an . msual admission, for, to him, "a nigger's a nigger always." His remark had been prompted, however, by tw oreasons: first, his nature was such that he wanted to see all wages well earned, if not over earned, and the stranger did not seem adequately strong; and, sec ondly, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 October 1900

The Seattle Republican Teleohone, Main 305, i The F'spnblican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RA'IES- One Year 2 f0 Six months 161 Three Months 60. Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoftiee at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. For President: WILLIAM McKINLEY. For Vice-President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. ißlMlll THE TICKET For Congress: F. W. Cushma n Pferee W. L. Jones Yakima For Governor: J. M. Prink King For Lieutenant-Governor: H. G. Mcßride Skaijit 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 Setiools: R. B, Bryan Chehalis For Judges of Supreme Court: Wallace Mount Spokane R. O. Dunbar Thurston For Presidential Electors: Charles Sweeney' Spokane J. If. Boyd Obanogan Frank G. Hastings ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 October 1900

® POLITICAL POT=PIE ® Does candidate Bryan think that the Northern people or the South .,- crn people are darn fools? is a ques tion this paper would like to have sonic Bryan worshipper explain, for, judging from the kind of presiden tial campaign he made in 1896 and the kind he is making at present, in his mind the citizens of one of these great localities are cussed fools, and if they are not, then he himself is wrong in the upper story of his thinking anatomy. During all of Mr. Bryan's spasmodic efforts to be president he has never for once given one bit of his time to the South, from whence he at least ex pects three-fourths of his electoral „ vote will come. Does Mr. Bryan think that the Southern folk are such unchangeable fools that they will vote for his idiosyncracies every time he calls upon them? If he does not think that, then he would seem to imply as much. Now, if the above is not true, then Mr. Bryan must go on the theory that the citizens of the North are complete ign...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 October 1900

MRS. AMANDA SMITH Mrs. Amanda Smith, the noted evangelist, is again in Seattle, and holding a series of meetings at the First Methodist Episcopal church. Mrs. Smith is one of the most suc cessful evangelists in this or any other country. She has recently built a home near Chicago for home less colored children. Bessie, the younger daughter of Mrs. I). A. .Johnson, continues in very bad health. Rev. <i. A. Bailey, ol Tacoma, was in the city one day this week. Minstrelsy, as presented by the West Company, can always be relied upon as being a high-class, dignified entertainment, it is therefore agree able news to Seattle theater-goers to chronicle the advent of this organiza tion, which will appear at the Seattle theater for four nights and a Wed nesday matinee, commencing Sun day evening next. It has not been bo very long since Mr. West and his incomparable organization last ap peared in this city, hut in the mean time he has equipped and organized an entirely new organization of s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 October 1900

VOL VII NO. 18 fc€fr*t>****6***«-«*«•* «•€■*«•*«■«■ e-e-f ttf-.»feg-e-e-S'S-g-e-e--tfrt-c.<^ I I MCKINLEY vs. NEGRO I $ .By BEY. ARNETT $ - Those who run to Democracy or| sulk in their tents "because the Mc- Kinley administration has not ap pointed coloised men to the number of offices due them" must return to the Republican ranks and gird on their armors of war when their mem ories have been refreshed and their ignorance dispelled by the presenta tion of the record of this administra tion, "which shows the Afro-Ameri cans of this republic draw annually $7,000,000 salary— the four years |of the administration $28,000,000! -Reflect. upon the benefits accrued to the race by such an enormous . sum! During the two years just ended this administration has, by ap pointment, reinstatement and pro motion increased the annual salary of colored men in office $l,000,000! Are there -living rational men who believe that a "Bryan, Tillman and Money" administration would leave undisturbed or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 October 1900

The Seattle Republican! Teieohone. Main 305. The Eipnbllean Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICK 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate ■ ; SUBSCRIPTION RATE&* One Year ...2 fO Sixmonths 100 Three Months 60. Advertising rates Furnished upon application Kntered at the Postoffiee at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. For President: WILLIAM McKINLEY. For V*ice-President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. THE TICKET For Congress: F. W. Cv shman Pierce J?. 7 . i.,. Jones Yakima For Governor: J. M. Frink .... King For Lieutenant-Governor: H. G. Mcßride Skagit For Secretary of Stale: 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. Call 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....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 October 1900

JOHNEL wf° D : #BLAINE ## BLAINE* General ♦ Merchandise _ J^g __ _-—L_^- _..«-. FLOUR. FEED. &MOCXRIHS. MABDWARE. J BLAINB, - - WASHINGTON 1 JTI JtV lIN 1 H^rvlN/V 1 IwlN.-A.jL/ Lll i 1 Situated in the Northwest corner of the United States on the boundary line. The finest harbor on the coast— deep, landlocked. The Great Northern Railroad ends*here; the ocean liners terminate here; population 1000; a rich agricultural region; COAL, GREAT FORESTS OF FIR AND CEDAR, SIX SHINGLE MILLS, TWO EXPORT SAW MILLS The finest fisheries in the world; huge salmon canneries; schools; churches. THE POINT ROBERTS FISHERIES and CANNERIES Within sight of, and tributary to, the city. Point Roberts is the Greatest Salmon Fishing Grounds in the World Production during the run of 1893, 300 tons per day— loo,ooo fish, averaging 6 pounds. 1©! -&»aa,3r TTifoxxoua^tion. «A.pply to ©^—^® -. ® ® ® ® @ ® ® ■ . v^v- ■ ; . ■ , „ — . -JOHN ELWOOD, GENERAL MERCHANT, w - -^BLAINE, + WHATCOM f COUNTY, •»• WASHIN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 October 1900

GREAT COAL iINE Its History Graphically Por trayed. go:t GF g?eoc a COAL mine Early Days of the Blue Canyon Property—After Three Attempts a Mine is Opened Which Pro duces A a Article Uuequaled for Ueat, Steam, or Gas—The Com* parative Amount of Fixed Car b9n— The Coal as a Gas Producer Drives Out Australian Coal— What the Tests Show as Lo Steam- Producing Qualities. In.frtesnmmeTof IS7G, the BeTTTns ham liay Coal Co. did coußiderablt work on a coal discovery lying on nn ■urvrjeJ lands on the northeaet shore of Ia ke Wbatoom. The outcrop of a promising vein had been traced for sev eral miles on the surface; and with a vie* to working it from its lowest point of v_r.t a tunnel vats started from the fchore line of the lake. The projec tors of this tunnel eiiher had a miscon ceptioh ot the location ot the vein above, or were prepare 1 to spend a large cum of money. For with the dip of the vein an average of 30 degrees north, aad the direction of the tunnel to the northward, it is eviden...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 October 1900

(§) POLITICAL POT=PIE ® The political campfires have been • burning with a perfect regularity during the past week, so far as the Republicans of King county are con cerned, and much good work is re ported as having been done by the campaigners who have been building •the campfires. Many large and en thusiastic meetings have been held, ! and at every place where such meet ings have been held the voters seem just as enthusiastic over the political situation as the- candidates and their speakers. The Democrats may be doing very effective work, but there is one thing certainit is very silent work. The indications, so far as King county is concerned, point to the Republicans carrying the county by at least 3,000 majority for the national ticket, and by at least 2,000 majority for the local and state ticket. The indications also point to ,; the election of every man on the King county Republican ticket by overwhelming majorities. '* * * The Pie-maker has run onto one man in Seattle that s...

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