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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 October 1900

- AMUSEMEXT.S. Eddie Foy and a fine company of , comedy players appear at the Seattle ■ theater October 11, 12,13 and 14, in , an entirely new comedy, entitled, "A Night in Town." : That is to say, entirely new to this country, for it has already ibeen produced in Lon don, under the title of "In Town," where it met with great success and ran for over a year. The piece is a translation of an Italian comedy and is strictly of the legitimate sort, de pending entirely for its success upon its lines and situations. It s a much more ambitious effort than in which Foy has been formerly engaged, and affords this comedian a particularly good chance to display his rather re markable talents. Of course every body remembers him in the old Am erican Extravaganza, and during the time this piece was in vogue no com edian that came to this city had a stronger hold upon the play-going population. In fact, the public went to see Foy and not the extravaganza. j All his admirers will be delighted to | ...

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. — 19 October 1900

VOL VII NO. i 9 ! POINTED PARAGRAPHS j Jt SCIENTIFIC AND OTHERWISE $ 4*4*M4444*§4**4** «4 **4 44* ***44***«a:«t ***»'? ;..-•-:■■; --„-■--. ■„-. ' ■ , • . W ■• -■-•■ . - ■*" There are 7,300,000 men in Prus ia earning leas than £21 a year. ■ . Out of 40,000 vessels entering Chi nese ports every year 20,000 are Brit ish. Dogwood is now used as a substi-' tnte for ebony in the making of the dark piano keys. An old jug fetched £135 at a Lon don auction. It was of mottled brown stoneware, and bore the date 156 G. Civility is i priceless possession, yet it costs nothing.—Chicago Daly News. A correspondent in Providence, R. 1., suggests that wireless or aerial telegraphy be called "airograph." A mahogany coffin, wth a gold monogram on the lid, is a pledge in the windows of a Cardiff (Wales) pawnbroker. . Greenland exports oil of seals and whales, oil, seal and reindeer skins, eiderdown; feathers and cryolite. . Its chief trade is with Denmark. A,froAmericans in the service of the United Sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 October 1900

The Seattle Republican! The Fipnblican Pub. Co., Publishers , OFFICE 6WTHIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Snaie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATE - One Year 2.c0 Six months I 00 Three Months 60. Adrertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. For President: WILLIAM McKINLEY. For Vice-President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. wiFiiii THE TicKET For Congress: F. W. Cushman Pierce W. L. Jones Yakima For Governor: J. If. Prink ESng For Lieutenant-Governor: H. G. Mcßride StagU For Secretary of Stale: S. H. Nichols Snolwmish For Auditor: J. D. Atkinson Chelan For Treasurer: C. H. Maynard Leuu For Attorney-General: W. B. Stratton Pacific For Land Commissioner: Stephen A. Callvert . .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. COSGROVE Garji...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 October 1900

* ® POLITIC^POT-PIE <§> '•The Republican Party is the Ship, all else the Sea."— Frederick Douglass. It is a mockery to talk about pro tection, in a government like ours, to any class in it, denied the elective franchise. The very denial of that right strips them of protection, and leave.- them at the mercy of all that's low, vulgar, cruel and base in the community. The ballot box and the jury both -stand closed against the man. of color, and open to every j other man. These are the acknowl edged safeguards of the people's lib erty. The white people of this coun try would wade knee deep in blood before they would be deprived of either of these means of protection . against power and oppression. How immeasurbaly hateful and mean to mock as with talk of protection, while endeavoring to continue our exclusion, and denying us equal ad mission to the ballot box! Once for all. we only ask fair play, and equal and exact justice in the matter of suffrage and all others. May the people ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 October 1900

ROOSEVELT AND THE NE.GRO (Joy. Theodore Rooaevelt has ex plained to a reporter his reported antipathy to the Afro-American sol dier. In Scrihner's Magazine for April, 18!M> ? there appeared an arti cle by Mr. Roosevelt, which the Democrats assert reflected upon the bravery of the Afro-American sol dier. This article has been used as a campaign document and has 'been widely circulated among the Afro-American people of the coun try. "The Democrats have attempt ed to make a mountain out of a mole hill," said (Joy. Roosevelt. "In the article referred to I made mention of an incident (use of a Captain* Order. "I had orders to hold a certain po sition and was supported by the Tenth cavalry (Afro-American). The position was uncertain and we needed every man available to make the stand. Two or three of the Afro-American soldiers started to rear in search of water, as ordered by their captain. I rebuked the cap tain for lessening our force, and commanded the men to remain. The statement 1...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 October 1900

VOL. VII NO. 20 THE_GObORED VOTERS fVRE STILL REPUBUGfINS "16 TO I" Having heard much of a disaffec tion among colored voters from the Republican ranks, the Pie-maker has looked into the matter to some extent and does not find anything ti warrant such statements. Below let ters from the leading colored men of. the state are published, showing very conclusively that there is absolutely nothing in the allegation. The Pie maker lias been very careful in get ting these letters to select colored men. who have in the past affiliated with each of the two great factions in the Republican party of this state; men who have in the past opposed even the wishes of The Seattle Re publican, and done so with a ven geance, and yet not one of them re ports anything but a clean sweep for; the Republican ticket among the col ored voters. Talk is cheap, but it takes money, and a good deal of it, to buy colored voters into the Demo cratic party and keep them bought. The Pie-maker does not believe that' &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 October 1900

The Seattle Republican ThelP^pnbllean Pub. Co.. Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE ■\ „ ■:■■ H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Caytoh, Associate . . SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One Year ...2fO Sixmonths ... 100 Three Months 60. Advertising rates Furnished upon application Kntered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. For President: WILLIAM McKINLEY. For Vice-President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. IPIH TICKET THETieKET For Congress:, F. W. Cushman Pierce W. L. Jones Yakima For Governor: J. M. Frink Kmg 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 Li wis For Attorney-General: W. B. Stkatton Pacific For Land Commissioner: Stephen A. Cvert.. Whatcom For Superintendent of Schools: R. B. Bryan Chehalis For Judye* of Supreme Court: Wallace Mount Spokane R. O. DUNBAR % Thurston For Presidential Electors: Charles Sweeney Spokane J. M. Boyd Okanogan Frank G . Hastings Jeffers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 October 1900

AGENTS PERSISTENCY I hi/ Susie lIPA-eh Cayton. "1 do not believe," -aid Mrs. Cros by, "that it is at all necessary to be so hard on agents. They have a liv ing to make, and one might give them a civil answer to a civil ques tion." "But, said Mrs. Blanton, who w;i> going through one of the most trying ordeals of the feminine world, paying her first call on a new neigh i)or, "you have just moved to this Western count rv. Mrs. Crosby. You cannot yet appreciate the difference between the Eastern and Western agent. Out here their persistence often runs into impertinence." Tin above remarks was the remnant of a conversation on "things in gen eral." and were uttered by the ladies as they stood in Mrs. Crosby's front door just prior to Mrs. Blanton's de parture. Then, in the way of a bit of friendly pleasantry, Mrs. Blanton ■ continued: "Take yourself, for in stance, Mrs. Crosby. You are a stranger here; the agents will find tdiat out and you will be besieged. -Now. it will be next to im...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 October 1900

I'KRSON A 1., Rev. (■. A. Bailey has been doing a bit of quiet Republican missionary work for the past ten days or more. Mr. Frank Abrahams is still very sick on account of the injuries he received in the street car wreck some ten days ago. The members of "The Hottest Coon in Dixie" have been well enter tained by their many friends in the city during the past week. Mr. I). \Y. Grffiri was doing Spo kane the first of the week. He went over to make a few Democratic votes, but found his task a very difficult one, and soon returned to Seattle. Thanksgiving day is slowly but surely coming this way, and the number of new dresses that's being made for the occasion among the Afro-American ladies of the city is something wonderful. Mr. Fritz Keeble, of Tacoma, lias opened a first-class barber shop, 293 Morrison street, corner Fifth. Mr. Keeble has for years past conducted one of the finest barber shops in Ta coma. On his arrival in our city ho saw a fine chance and has taken the advantage of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 November 1900

VOL VII NO. 21 thaxksgiyim; proci.amatiox. Washington. D. C Oct. 28.—The state department today issued the following: "By the President of the United Slates of America. "A proclamation: "It has pleased Almighty God to bring our nation in safety and honor through another year. The work of religinon and charity, have every where been manifest. Our country through all its extent, has been bless ed with abundant harvests. Laboi and the great industries of the peo ple have prospered beyond all prece dent. Our commerce has spread over the world. Our powei and influence in the cause oi freedom and enlightenment have ex tended over distant seas and lands. The lives of our official representa tive and many of our people in Chi na have been marvelously preserved. We have been generally kept from pestilence and ■other great calamities and even the tragic visitation which overwhelmed the city of (ialve.-ton made evident the sentiments of sympathy and Christian charity by virtue of which we are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 November 1900

The Seattle Republican The Pipubliean Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES- j 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. ■ ' iIH 1111 THE TICKET For Congress: F. W. Cushman Pierce W. L. Jones Yakima For Governor: J. M. Frink King For Lieutenant-Governor: H. G. Me Bride Skatjit For Secretary of State: S. H. Nichols Snokomish 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 I'nurston For Presidential Electors: Charles Sweeney .Spokane J. M. Boyd Okunogan Frank ci. Hastings Je...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 November 1900

I/ POLITICAL POT-PIE | '*♦ *«* tee****** **«£*£&*& ** t tec t c-t tteece fc The campaign closes next Mon day night with a grand rally at Ar mory hall, and in many other points in the county, and the most brilliant speakers that the committee can send out will go to the places designated by Chairman Morris in the county for the closing of the campaign in a flame of glory. The signal lights, as it were, will burn from every hill top in King county on Monday evening, ■c -aid above all over King county will be one grand rally night for Re publican success. It is predicted at this writing that King county will give the entire Republican ticket not less than V,*><><> majority, and the Re publican committee under the direc tion of Chairman Morris proposes to ratify that fact a day beforehand, so certain is it that it will have liberal cause for doing so after the vote.- will have all been counted Tuesday even ing. No Republican in Seattle can af ford to vote againsct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 November 1900

8(K and FliffpH Saying you i mill I saw this ad ijllllLJl vertisement l l __SfliJj! i n paper Eiggsfc^--. will give you I ('""Tr this Solid Oak jps|^g^_2?l chair, cane n '"^nfc^?l seat, you know sSS=sf"~"*H ** s a regular ! 1 $1.00 value. s! v FREE To out-of-town folks, our big catalogue, nearly 100 pages. Write for one right now. Standard Furniture Co. - 1012-14-16 First Aye. "Uncle Josh Siirueeby.'' The Reading Daily Review has the following to say about the "Uncle Josh Spruceby" Company, which conies to the Grand Opera house for a week, commencing Sun day afternoon: "A treat was in store for those who attended the performance of "Uncle Josh Spruceby" last night, for instead of seeing an old worn-out play "'Uncle Josh Spruceby" proved 10 be one of the most pleasing rural comedy-dramas that has visited Reading in many a day. Both the production and the company pre senting it are far above the average, and judging from the continued ap plause, the play certainly gave en tire satisfa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 November 1900

VOL VII NO. 22 VICTORY FOR REPUBLICMNISM Last Tuesday the voice of the American people was heard through the ballot box, and in that voice it was distinctly heard that an over whelming, majority of the voters of the United States favored the elec tion of William McKinlev and Theodore Roosevelt as the next presi dent and vice president. That voice came almost unanimously from every state in the Union, and it spoke in language of such a certain sound that the political leadership of demagogues will no longer be fol lowed by the voters of this country. William Jennings Bryan has been beaten as no other presidential nominee was ever before beaten in the history of the United States, and his visionary vagaries, political dogmas and paramount issues will be no longer considered by the voters of the various states of this Union. He, as President Cleveland said some years ago, will fall into ''innocu ous desuetude," and from now on will only be heard from a- a political demagogue and as a h...

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

The Seattle Republican The Ftpubllean Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One Year 2 cO Six months .100 Three Months 60. Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffiee at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. M"KTXLEY IS RE-ELECTED. The Xation is safe. Four years more of (ieneral Prosperity and the full dinner pail. "William MeKinley. the peer of Washington and Lincoln, has been completely vindicated, and has "been commissioned by the great American voters to direct the des tiny of the United States for four years more. This has been done a? a reward for his wise and judicious counsel on behalf of this govern ment for the past four years. Xo previous president of this republic was ever beset with as many trials and tribulations, both from without and within, one following fast on another, as has been President Me- Kinley, and despite all opposition. he has come out of them all wit...

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

I POLITICAL POT-PIE | The campaign of 1900 is now over, and King county, which has been a seething cauldron every day since the iirst of the year, can now take a long, long rest. The county ticket which was named by the Re publican convention was for the most part successful, but the Pie maker exceedingly regrets the de feat of two of the leading county candidates on the ticket, viz: Sher iff A. T. Van De Vanter, who was a candidate for re-election, and W. TI. White, candidate for prosecuting attorney. Both of these gentlemen are the most loyal of loyal Republi cans, and if any one on the ticker deserved success, it was certainly Mr. Van De Vanter and Mr. White. However, the fates of the god.- seem to have been against them from the very outset, and the concentrated efforts of the opposition party were thrown against them as soon as they had been declared the Republican nominees, and it was very apparent that they would go down to defeat, owing to the fact largely that both Mr. Van ...

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

Grand Oper House. There will be one week of repre toire at the Grand Opera House, be ginning nevt Sunday afternoon, No vember 11. The popular Bittner theater company will present an exceptionally strong company in new comedies and dramas, opening Sunday matinee and running until Tuesday evening in "My Uncle From Japan." The company intio dnces very clever specialties between acts, making a pleasing evening's entertainment. The play provides considerable fun without being vulgar, and is al together free from that suggestive ness which is fast becoming a salient feature of up-to-date comedies. AT THE THEATERS. "The Fast Mail." "The Fast Mail," which comes to the Third Avenue theater next Sun day evening, contains a number of surprises in scenic effects which have never before been produced on any stage, as well as the mechanical illusions which formerly were given in this, the greatest of all railroad plays. The complete freight train of fourteen cars, illuminated caboos? and practica...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 November 1900

VOL VII NO. 2? EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO Prof. Council Compares the Schooling ot Colored Chil dred With That of the Whites. (From an address by W. If. Council! The Southern States have raisei out of their poverty for the children since 1870 Ilie sum of $515,900,000 More than $100,000,000 of this n mount has gone to tire Xegro chil dren of the South whose foreparent? ciine up out of slavery. Every etai constitution and all of their statr tory laws make some provision for the children. They may not be very wise, nor munificent, but they were the best that the wisdom and wealth of the times justified. The stati have 70,000 school houses for th< children: 20,000 of them are fo] Xegro children. Whether thes school houses be stately mansions or log cabins, the Negro in them, in thirty-five years, with his 35,000 teachers. $100,000.0011 and the <rooc will of the South, has wiped out 4-' per cent of his illiteracy and inereas ed his wealth by one billion dollars Every church in the South...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 November 1900

The Seattle Republican The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES* One Year 2.c0 Six mouths 10 0 Three Months 60. Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. DFMOCHATIC REORGANIZA, TIOX. According to the Associated Press dispatches, many of the leading Democrats of the United States fa vor the reorganization of the Demo cratic party. There is always much room for reorganizing a party that has always been wrong on all politi cal questions. Talk al>out a party being conceived in sin and brought forth in iniquity, but the Demo cratic party is the very quintessence of such a condition! Jefferson and Jackson may have been true and loyal citizens to the best interests of this country, but followers of the po litical principles laid down by them have certainly digressed very widely from their principles. Since the days of Jackson the ...

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

{ POLITICAL POT-PIE I Xow that the late state election i ; over and the Republican ticket was for the most part successful, mueli speculation is being indulged in by the politicians as to the real cause of the defeat of Senator J. M. Frink for the governorship. For no other reason than because that Senator Frink is one of the best business men, one of the most noble hearted men, one of the most charit able men and one of the most Chris tianlike men in the state should he have been elected governor, and if it is such a man as this that politi cians and citizens in general desire to place at the head of their state government then they had no rea son for Senator Frink being defeated for the place which he sought. Street gossip is exceedingly plen tiful as to the real cause of his de feat, and the Pic-maker in this issue proposes to give his version of a few of the causes which led up to the de feat of Senator Frink. and the re election of Gov. Rogers at the late Xovember election. Fir...

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