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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 February 1901

I THE SEATUE STAR fc-~" '--S. -i*_jiftA._-Et: kk *x*M ay-car ArricuNiHi** axcaiT bunuai. 'Phone Main IIMO. By Star Publishing Co. a infaißn wat J a - . - BSNaa l- r CHAaa • . nu.tn... Man.*.! On. cat pat e**o •'. **Nts r*.r *.*. at Kiwii nt cm. p*r t»,,-ttih _.11r.r.l l>» Ball as .att'.t. N. 'r-. «_>!** -110? TUrd «>l^ Avenue Vni#r».l »» lh. I**.!**"**. .1 l**«tlla Waal.. teat..* At «*_s__a_i-«lsss ma I fa* RCMCDT fOR DESERTION. What shall he said of a man who uihii and wins a woman, marries her, burden* her with a family, an 1 then >I***rls h*r* It doesn't speak well for manhood to **y that wive, and children ar* deserted, literally by hundreds, that on* of the moat common *. ell.* In Seattle Is a woman at the station, weeping, and asiklng th* potlc* to find •HIM." Chicago last year had to care for over 1.009 people who had been de* *rt*d by the family brrad-wlnnera and th.-re were other* who suffered hardship* rather than let their dm* Illation and humiliation be known...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 February 1901

imv wr.m.i'A«T M tact LAST EDITION. PRESIDENT FOR PEACE • instructions Glean to Com missioner Rockwell \O.mNOT<)N. D, C, Ftta. IS. •*-*,. river and harbor bill panned th* ____.tr at I SO p. in-. 1 * Th* president hope* that th* perl* pj of biiHutsheti in China U at an rsd, I* the key sentence tn hi* In .•faction* *ent to fpt* i-i»| Oommts (Hfflfr Itockhlll for hi* buldanr* tn Mfihci ••**»•' th* Chlneam negotiation*. '. >i a dl»p«tch from Berlin, evidently •jaapii'.*- **y* that Germany lndurs- I* lb* peat: a**UQi«d by Oreat aim i AmerU-a and other po_*r*. It I* I"--* upon her* it* a ruse to accnre th* chopping Off of more Burkman Is Out. '7*. g. A. Oardner, who operate* a de li .aetfre ag*ncy In th* Pioneer block. 4t*r*a to state through the column* ef the Star that Biehard Burkman I ** a* laager In hi* employ. NEWSBOYS' BENEFIT. ,-s indications point to larg* receipt* trim the benefit performance •of * —_*«** fn"-t tbe Sea." at the Third I Avtnu* theater tUturday ntght. The •....

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 28 February 1901

4 RUSSIAN EXPORT FIGURES Minister of Finance De Witto Explains Tariff Measures of Russia. WASHINGTON. D 0 Teh. tXr l.iporta ot manufactures from the t'nlted State* ('■ Itiisal* do not amount to > "900 per year, a* has l»* n asserted by thus* »ho oppit.i- (lag.** action tn levying a iMuntervnlling duty on liu**l*n sugar. * They hay* in*, i- r*a. li. I', one-fourth ot tbal sum. acrortHni; to th* bureau of atatlatte*. Tht* Hussion statement of total Importa of **■•■>!* of alt tliaa*** otlgliiallng In Ih* United -State* hay,- n.ai.r. sa«a In two exceptional year*, shown as much a* l-iti.**-' end hay* averaged sin*** IBM l- ■*•* j than IM.SSS.SSS, an.l of thl* sum mor* than tht*--^u*rt. represent* raw cotton, which I* not alt*.-!. I by the r*c*nt order of lb* Itu**l*n aov. tarnment In levying a retaliatory duty.* Of the total e*porta to Russia from fh* t'nilrrt »«*.t.-* In th* (W«*al year line, only IMI-.000 consist**! et Iron slut st.-. i manuf*i*iursa and ARMY RILL iIS PASSED WAn...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 March 1901

1 SIV CENTS A WEEK • |A Phone Main 1050 • j #it ,»eg«***o***ea****«« vol. 3. xo. •'>• IN HASTE TO FINISH Both Houses of Con gress Rush Through Important Bills. WASHIN •• s IX ■. March I.— •>,, seas* to* down to business >«• --„-*-» and adopted the conference —ports aa th« war t»Jt reduction, M-juni"-- appropriation* and i*-! j wi MIT- A* th* senate did the —a*, these measure* *r» practically -. tf the ■ ») . TV hill ft* the relief of revenue r»;w men encountered *Meh oppos l-jaa en tb* part of some Republic a*- that, after * sharp personal de- Vi* between '•""«• Ilepv.bltraa aaa-hm. th* committee of th* a hoi* ten* without taking action. This at* a tent Now t.. the friends of . I*. -.>»«•« euttar men. though : iw» hsv* not ttvMi up hop*. V TV conference report on th- war lit Mil was lii oaiaaawdail by Mr. pvrirtson, lha minority leader, aa EC teas last could be obtained from 10, RepafcUcans. 11* said It waa not mjajh. but It waa all ,hai cou'' !>* nSk for At present. ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 March 1901

a THE SEATTLE STAR. Br STAR ri'Bl.lsitlSrt I'O. - I, „ i ■■ ■ ■ * ■■■ ■■ ■ ■■"—■ ■"" ' " ■-■■■■"■- — -.- ' "— ' ' ■ livery afternojn except Sunday, elephon? Main ipso. »K. HASAnrv TCKU/i. TMHor - * - •-■. r. ilUBn. Hii.ls.ss ststisger Has cent per «>rri six e*nt. tve-r weak If t*»nt»-flir* rsnts |>sr month, .tellv.r.l :h> ntetl oe carrier*. N* rr*» •••"t'l^-^ te*^^S*ife?J '07Third Avenue ; ■■>*>■ 1107 Third Ivenue FIGHTING FIRE IN THE DEPTH OF WINTER. A Fireman's Life, at All Times Hazardous, Has Added Dangers in Cold Weather Ice and Flames Alike Are Braved. gI • ' A winter night. -Clans, clang." j got* the gong st the Are engine house, and a doaen sleepy men turn . out of, bed Instantly. At th* elite of /""each bed Is a [air of short boots. Over them are th- leg* of trousers. The men Bleep In their bine Banuel shirt*. it I* the work of an Instant F» a IP* lb* feet Into th* boots, pull tip the trousers, and lump while the horses are getting ready to go out. The Bremen...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 March 1901

rftIDAT. MARCH 1. IMI, LAST EDITION. (HECK STAMPS NOT NEEDED Those Remaining on Hand Will Be Redeemed, stamp* on bank checks will be a thing ot the past. Both seattH I of -egress have agreed on th* war tax reduction bill, and wlthtn a few daya ' i' will be a law, repeating the pres ent nuun em. Nt that all bank checks must bear a revenue atamp. asMM question has Ml IS* regard pig the stamp* now tn the hands of the public, and the unused bank -,-htck* that hava Ill* government sump printed on them. I ' |t can be said that all these will • ii redeemed by the government. It b customary tn revenue bills to pru xi.l* for th* redemption rrf units.-,I s'ltniv*. Doubtless th* reduction tin carries such a clausg, though l_* redemption is authorised by the jifrlsi war r«v*nue act. The abolishment of th* tax on Kink vheoks Is welcomed by the peo •:,.. Th. hare found It a nuis ance to hunt up n stamp and slick H ,-n a cheek. The bank* are also rather glad to see th* m.onver fan* *»*»' with. ■Th...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 March 1901

4 mm*.-,, - EDWARD IS UNWILLING Objects ta Giving Up Cigars as Ordered by Doctors. LONDON, Marsh I.—King Edward| ;e«im» time ago waa netlfled by his • rhy'lciana that he was affecisit with , "'Sin ikere' throat,' and that h* vimiM have to give up cigar* entire ly. F«r years he has used eight to 10 lln vanaa daily, besides £0 to JO ctxatetles. At tlrst he refused, but Inally he compromised, only "ing three gars a day and dispensing a* llh cigarette* altogether. Still hi* lhro.it continued m bother htm snd he haa een directed by the doctors that in view of th* fart that th* family ha* been troubled with can cer, he I ill have to give up tobacco entirely. B.> far, he ha* not con formed to their wishes. Many of the king * old cronies and liacc.it.it companions have been wett ing In vain to be summoned by th* king. Lord Marcu* Heresrord I* the only one who ha* thus far been hon ored. It* us*d to be "Merky. mv boy. how ars you" with th- Prince of Wales, tout tin the ©cession cf his rec...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 2 March 1901

- #ii MsaiSßsaaaeaaeaaeass j 01V ieMJJUL^KI • ,-■• UIA Hreiii Main 1050 « i a ..,,,i.,iti.t«.o«ii4i „,«e4a4.eo.e»aa»*««s.* VOL. 3. NO. 0. -DEWEY" SMITH LYNCHED BY MOB OF MISSOORIANS He Had Killed a Negro and the Law Was Not Allowed to Take Its Course. CAMDEN*. MO*, March 8 - iv.cv ' MSB. all** 808 N-'U. was hanged v, ._ cjderty crowd of several hun. *_*. ratwr*. shortly after midnight. v. .a* * negro miner, and In a ■sstrel yesterday aft*m,v.. killed a {*£*>* worker. i'ha* BUM with »•*£*. Smith was arrested at aun -4*l*. atv-1 »»Mle th* aherlft held him , -,-fc. gathered, demanding th* prls (_,,, • gfterltT Cromley taad. an *d mm iv-.trt: th* mob not to atte fTa-.e the fair aa—es of Missouri, jt*. ,-«l «-* cut short by a iuni THE SENATOR IS FINED $20 tslliras of Mississippi in Lots of Trouble. WASHINttTON. D. C March !.— ____Be of Mens Sullivan, ot Mia. u'*iyji- rhsree-t with assaulting JiVW Stay Lucy Let-etna by slapping far*, aas disposed of In th. po-. Si* earn** thi* morning ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 2 March 1901

I THE SEATTLE STAR L.|_lVT"_r^nNoi'iN'cxv-B-T BUM-AX Pb.vn* Main 10**. *.'« 8} Star Pukltshlng Co. R. )t.\y*nt> ixe - - -"'s la. P. IIASM • - »h.Sl.*»s Maaßs.r. lie* . „„, .a, .see .1* e*M* fee week cc t v.rir-Sv* ,-•!* *•» troetk 4*ll**r** »* * . 1 . r i-.u-H.r- M« rr*. *«-le*. ■HCZ 'oir-^^ Avenue Tn-ereJ at ID. -m*4Bm .1 kwattl*. Waa.. f**X**V as «*•_*.<). .teas —attar. INAUOURAL CEB-MOMICS, From VV .-lahlllgt. tl to McKlnlcy. F.-orn ITS* to 1901. EnfKttmerouß Interesting Inaugurn tlons have been held since Was' ton first look th* oath of -.-.-, but bane have equaled In splendor the urcmonlca which will mark the be* „ Ktunlng ot Wm. McKtnley'a aecond term .is president. ' Washington lodged en I'herrystreet New \ >rk. then th. capital of the republic, and under e*rort of ."Idler* and civilians. Including th* cabinet and the municipal officers of New York, the nr»t president was taken to Fed- hall, on Wall street, where. : in the- senate chamber. the oath of , office was ad...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 2 March 1901

f-^Js/rnPAT. MARCH I, Hall. CREDITABLE fEBRUARY i p gin .astern States Such a Month Would be a Delight. The following la a summary of • r bru*t y weaih.-r . .mdm-n*. n.« com. H r'jti tr the local United BUttM aMltsef buresu: Th* lowest temp . * !ur e waa reached on th. Ith, *J a U dcg. was -.corded, or four wist* beliiw freeslng, and th* high *,,»-** the day before yesler _!* when asiummer temperatun 3tsdeg*. »as enjoyed. The grrcsl m r»n**e occurred on the l.th Inst., ,».-, the thermometer Jumped up *„(.«. M ilebs. On the Slh, the fgi—tai'Ji. »a* aim-st even tor .1 heaviest wind occurred on the •i«v when a velocity of 88 miles per .'J*gr ■** reach**., from the south- Tk* latal rainfall waa 4.'4 inch** „_ th* rainiest day wss th. Uth, ».'•* l.« he* fell. tni'iag the month there were eight •altfe'y clear; 10 portly cKiuity. and j, tk«»dy days, Showers fell inter _-i!t -nt !y. tv--re waa a total snowfall *f two Bkß-S. CHOPP OFF V MORE HEADS -I LONDON. March I.—-A dispatch jr.—. iv*.!-...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 2 March 1901

4 NO EXTRA SESSION -Vction of House Makes kOno Entirely Un necessary, ___________ WASHINGTON. I>. C, March ..— !> will be no extra ereston ot , ' ess. When the tu>u*o adjourn nrtty after < o'clock, last night. I removed all ex cues for a spec ssivii by concurring In the sen amend—iertta to the *tniv ap latlon bill. Thea* ar* to pru ne he government of Cuba and hlltpplnta. Th. Snal wit* was IH iUi Four Republicans voted at th. measure. Er Hull's connection with a Phil ►a lumber and development i mtipany was brought up and ted to >t*d debate. Mr. Hue admitted -bat he wo* largely tntereated and ibs th. company had decided not o I'.i-m any money In the t'hlllp- If Bryan should b. elected, hot ! ut in all It had If McKlnley won. v aits chaltengtrd the right of Mr. , to vote on the bill, on the ■ und of th. law forbidding roetn >*iw iif noagisss to vol* eel • slsh»- In which they ar* Interested, speaker ruled that each mem must lee th* judge of that tor If. Mr. Hull vote...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 March 1901

: piv aii-AJ^f-l: • gIA pi one Main 1050 * .**a.#aeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ,l«**'" _________ VOL* 3- *°* 7- William Mckinley takes the oath for his second term Roosevelt Also Sworn in as Vice President— Ceremonies—McKinley's inaugural Address- Outlines Plans for Future of Philippines. K^NOTON. P. C„ March «.— 'vsaat McKlnley, et Ohio, today, ag ta* second tint. In hi* career. mi tM Mtk as president of the r_;^ Itatra. Not nine. tb. tlm. tPtt** Itepubllc endorsed th* war -,*_t9!. t'.rant. has a chief magi* jE-rr-v-d bttnaelf until tbe present -*i. Nor haa there ever been be* t-i'-v-S an Itnposlng tnauirural pro. __;«_ -o much enthusiasm display rt tr bs esany »p*ctaters. Tlvaasflraßia avenue, between tha t)X, and . Mar.h 4 inley. of i*>hlv\ teftßS, aataM of the -mc* th* time bile endorsed th* war It. ha* a chief magi* self until the present I ther* *ver been be* iposlng imu-vii h enthusiasm dti spec is tors. .*. between th* ling and tb* rapHnl »M » litriJ'wcoptc mass of cotor. jsiHi-joo lo...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 March 1901

"0 " THE SEATTLE STAR swear atrrssttoteN wxctrrt suhbat. Toons Main 1050. By Star Publishing Co. FA HABIrtP WKt__4~. • ______ I:, B*. CUABB « - Bmslbss* I**n*a*r. Cit* .at at **t>r *l« rent. _**'_•_? _• 1., ..eir-m. .-.ins r**" BiontH. deli****. By Mall oe .ner*. No res* en-la* 1107 llird <jg£s*- Avenue ratersvt at th* post***** -< P.stti.. W*_»-i l-*i.viv as bjbjb*__M .lasss me.llar IIS POISONED DARTS. The Seattle Time* continues to shoot poisoned dart* at the CM-BBS Of Truth. The venom on the tips Is extracted from M. J. Francisco-, subtile pamphlet on "Municipalities vs. Private Corporations." The statements mad.- la this pamphlet are misleading, being l-sed upon In accurate ngtu * complied by a paid toolof certain monopolies which have to d.. with the lighting and heating of cities. The object . I the T- ■■• - _ clearly apparent. It _> Ie help fasten th- |J gas rale permanently upon the peo ple of this city. It sees that there 1* danger that the community will seek t...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 March 1901

H 4 I*l. LAST EDITION. iLDN'T GET TELEPHONE And Two Houses Burn Down at Early Sunday Morning Fire. T».\f: '•■'■' tluelUliir* fitUßti i| nt Tl I ami !l' *-*J>' Ollv« i«»r«^"t, wcrv d> »t»,«\-»tl tiy ft"' <Mtrly Humlay morn Is* * Th* lorn will reach tl Wo. Th.» Vw* at "» *«* oceupi*<l by A. jrth^iWt*. atvi th^ other by * M". Laurvnc*. Th<* fir* <l«-imrtm> nt «n» l»t(« in re»poniUn« owliir to pro <r»»!ln«"' m «'*<"'vl»*<' 'f> »'-n.ltnu In ih» alarm. Mr«. Ijtwrrnc- nml h.r li'.tl* Jsujhtir Irft their homo by a T. J- iSirroli. rf J«I« lloylmton avf ru«s *!i<> »*" rr'^^nl during tho llrv, ttul to a S(*r rrp«>rt>T t'»l;>y: 'Tho *»» In »ht.-h tho## two hovimu \v.r* -alluvvj to burn down II a *h»m*. Tb* ftf* d*i<*rtm»nt l» not tr» blame, f ( >r th« "!rn rrajmndinl as »onn a* Ji," v i.- -i th* alarm. Th« r« ir«n»iti»'Hy fiw lh<" l>r»i>»rty lo»« ,».( ,>>.m!> ln»» of l!f# <"i»n t* rhari;. r! .(;-»> "lv to two ItlKtltU...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 March 1901

Mt.U 1.4 >v ,'» b« St** a.**" altf <n4 £**rma( *, r . Ilt-oadwi ifflONS I.NB. Iron. . I'rop. , 1811. I-*-**-*-*-.-*.--* 9 An- ——. ** l la of cli er^id houses, : llfv „ • . *pee our list ; ] e.TTLE STAR. - tt4t4t4^A*>*^A4yA4ta,4,', MS Trade Marks r.' *' Caveats v Best-, [ Sonrcha: .♦TaTaTaTaTaTe id Ship Builders * I and Wood * MILL __. a I AAAA A_.a.A A Aa.44_! _ tn., S4sk*s women happy, *" " OXTOENOn •!» Makes children happy. 1.l f I OXTOKNOIt Mattes everybody happy. WHT and HOW? Thla secret Is worth a 11000 to any family. I Th* Oxygenor Osßatts, a -4 cage J paper, will tell yen all about It. Mailed tr** to any sddr***. Writ* — for It to lay. »m - ! " j wastiaffton Oiyieno- Company 411 and 414 Pioneer Building. _ Seattle. Wash. a ***-"************** :♦ * With .vary purchase of gro. . ' 'I « oerles amounting to 81, you Z ; « are entitled to I dnj.rn * \ : fresh Ms at 10c J l - per Dozen S fa » .a — » I * MATH I.SON nROS. * t * GROCERS * I ( Csr. SlilhssSKlß] m, Mala 111 * _ ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 March 1901

## _,ig # aeeeseeeeeeeeeee..e { aly CENTS A KEEK l I OIA Phono Main 1050 5 \t)l.. 8. NO. 7. I CHINA IS I WARNED That Russia Alone Can not Get Exclusive Territory. * YIKNNA. March s.—Th* Abend -13 t-lt a**** '"*t It ofTlclally teams tat' leSgUvnii. Oermany SB- 'span .jit Wormed I.i Hung I'hing that I i'l'h'.r.s BUbWlt* to the demsnda ot "' K»*»ia far exclusive control in Man t atari*- •■*• evuu'.res named will de- I an—' tkat they shall be permitted t", sio.a'*'* equal lerrlt.-fl ii silvant • —ya at th* eapanse of t*hlna. - . Tse situation tn I'Am between I .'tt* ttrtl |o*vr( la becoming" more | BtraHSvsd. 11. THOMSON I FRONVALD-S HRPfi One Passenger, but No News From Nome. ■* tar tteel *SB_____B) Rlihu Thump *oa* '.'apt H. V. Jin**, arrived from F. •__•>* st 3 o'clock i his moraine. irt-srr C. v. ha, 1-rse <*' i today tut the ship had encountered no ■ ' rj_rti -_Sth*r m th* way down. A FARCE COMEDY. A Srag. fare* waa enacted la Jus i In ftwi court la the iloneer la*;* i_ts _vo...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 March 1901

m THE SEATTLE STAR tv.^TnitiiivWN i err sumdat. 'Pbon. Main 10M. By Star Paklliblng C*. I ■ i.'abi* W___S . - - aaitee. It *■ v ll.vss • - Ba***-** M 5..." ■ Or* cent see eepri ** sea*. *** **** •* nv.i-ii.nn wat* p.. s»*»ih. *v*ii.*s*a ** Sv.ll M r.rrl.l* Ma or*» •»»*•*. 1107 iHfd <*SB^ Avenue t*at*t-d ,1 th* ne*l*'*c* .1 .sett!*. W.*»- Issieti, a* *<*-**mi! tw.il.*. ' ■'" ' COOKIaQ AND MATRIMONY. Bo yon are gcang to h. married and seek for harplneas In .-■■•- corner of a cottage or a three-room flat? There NKVEH Wat aueta a love as j-ou feel and NEVER a man so good an.l kind an.l lender ** th. en,, to whom you have given your self. II all sounds good- CAN TOl* COOK? Are jmu read* for the practical end of mar ried tlf*? Has your mother done her duty by you? Can you make bread, put meat on the table In a condition to appeal to th* digestive organ*, frr potatoes; or do** your dome*'. *du cation begin and end with the prep aration of. lady fingers and •tufted eggs? gU ts all wor...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 March 1901

Te-STUT. M vsti-n I.IHL LAST EDITION. ttfUSES 10 STAY Rev. Hutchison Declines Pas torate of First Pres byterian Church. 15" a vote of « to 47, It wa* decid ti fty the i-.vngirsati-ti of th* First s*Miwt*ri*ii church last night, te keep l'r- A- I- Hutchinson a* pa.im. sgssas ** Mr. Hutchison saw that v wx* victorious, ha declared thai l_ao«|d decline another call to the ■alia i under any .-iroumstane**. (Mtrary to lb* wishes of hi* friend* -be were IB th' majortty. Dr. Hutch mam *_i sever hla connection with fjr, Fret Preabytertan church. tb, congregational meeting, which me % is th* ba*«m*nt of th* church list autbt. » _* called in response to , jes.iiv'n addressed to the congteg ,;wa to dealJe once for ail the <,_**- DM a* to the paslurship of the ci-riil. *.. .last December a number .-f th • j-e.rß.vr* at Dr. Mutehi_-.-a eon- Mg.ti.-n were needed with |_a sad wished for Ms removal Th* sitter was smoothed over at the sjse and aliowed to drop tint a tbe ■pratto- of lb* pastor's t...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 March 1901

4 BLACK "FREE MEN" HELD IN BONDAGE A Convict Wave Taking a tttoleti Peep Ov*r a Stockade. COLtTMRIA. 8. C, March B.— Par cm* are separated firm children . wiv«s from husbands and farolllci er* scattered under th. prevent *lav •ry *vstrm la this state, just ni they were before th. war. Free an, non-crlmlnal e-.tgroe* have been aim up m the stockade*. 1..1. by brutal overseer* and «*: 'bed by bloodhounds and armed su.rd* They tell many startling atsrtes oi cuirage*. .In Anderson county, wher* man >*.* been accomplished tn the way ot th, re-enslavement of th* blacks that tn possibly any oth.-r section oi the state, .nether Harriet ltee«hei . Rt.se mis-fit find id*, scenes for i s new ••Uncle Turn's Cabin." Thar* li bat .*«* feature lacking, and that ' Is the auction Metes' There Is added to th. story th horror of confining -n rtmlna negro.'*. m#n, women and children with convicts. V. ♦ - a> I . Planter* Favor Slavery. I *. e> -. *> Local public sentiment that la ll put a st...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 6 March 1901

e«eee*«*eseeeeeeeees«ie AIV CENTS A WEEK • 01A Phono Main 1050 . *„•*.«*.*.***«. ****** VOL. 3. M>. f*. SEATOK MURDER TRIAL DRAW 10 A (LOSE Rebuttal Testimony Being Heard Today—Final Arguments Will Probably Begin Late This Afternoon. :& ] The reatvHi murder trial Is pro rrtestng rapidly toward tb* final sr •sawoli Testcrday sft*rnvaoti ex ■art medical testimony was pro* j_-«d by tie* defense. Th* first wttseea waa Dr. Daniel D* He, •k. an er* special.**, who testified in the _wewe of eta-ton's eyes, and *x passed RSI hi* belief that th. de fsß-lant waa not clear In hla percep aym and faculties. Dr. C. W. tLtrple*. th. next witness celled, i tsstt&ed along th.' same line, thst I*4 previously been heard. Th* tartar astd that he believed Hew ton vs) sot sane at th. time he mad. _» brutal assault* upon hi. family. pr. Sharpie* arrived at hi* conclu 'warn sior* from Heat on* history than lime anything that had b**n rswal at to him through his perianal i-x --sminstlvin. THE DUK...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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