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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 January 1901

I POLITICAL POT-PIE I Regardless of the fact that a num ber of members of the present legis lature of this state of ridiculing Gov. Rogers' idea of having a third institution erected in this state for the care of the insane, which insti tution, if favorably acted upon by the legislature, is to be located in the Yakima valley, surrounded by a large farm and stocked with cattle, hogs and horses, and which lands and stock are to be cared for by such patients confined therein as are able to work, if such there be, and ther always are; nevertheless, the propo sition is meeting with much favor among the voters and business men of the state. There are always a number of persons in an asylum who are not in so bad a condition but, that they are able to do light work, and the doing of which would be far more beneficial for their healths than being confined in the grounds or in the wards of the asylum. And for that reason, men with an eye single to business believe the state would make money b...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 January 1901

PlMlpplnes Possessions [Continued from First Page.] tented, and this can hardly he d in to blood alone, since thousands of natives from the north have been captured, enslaved and incorporated into the Mohammedan communities. The Visayan is more docile, less ex citable and more trutsworthy. The Togalo, whose arrogant opinions and over self-confidence have made him disliked by his neighbor. All thai can he said of the Ygrote is. "he ex ists." (live him his '"g" string, a loin cloth and a bolo (large knife). and he is satisfied. In habits they resemble the ancient American In dian, never stay in one place any length of time. Wherever his som brero is, that is his home. The Moros are by far the most warlike of the Filipinos, probably because the "Koran" is the gospel of war. ' E. T. IK Mi AX. Manila, Philippine Islands. SALOOXS IX SEATTLE. On every prominent business street of this city the bu>iness men are complaining of high rents being forced upon them by saloons desir ing to occu...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 February 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO. H SPOKANE'S CITIZENS Will Protect the Civil Rights of the Negro The True Status of the Holmes Damage Ca3e for Having Been Refused Accommocation in a Cafe Discussed and Brought Out SPOKANK. " At the dawn of the twentieth cen tury the Xegroes of Spokane are placed in an unenviable light on account of a misleading report sent out relative to the Holmes civil rights ease. Spokane holds the rights of her Negro citizens as >ac red now as she did prior to that action, the adverse report to the contrary notwithstanding. Emmet Holmes, in his action against the Washington Water lower Co.. claimed damages in the sum of $5, --000 for having been refused service in their cafe at the Natatoriuxn park last summer. The supreme court lias held in a number of eases that "No vindictive damages can be allowed," and as neither Mr. Holmes nor his wife suffered any visible marks of vio lence or injury on account of said refusal, the jury could not do other than find...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 February 1901

The Seattle Republican he Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE ___ I H. R. Cay ton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATEB. One Year $> 00 Six months $1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application F.ntered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. A girl, a boy, and girl and "Xation 1' is the woman watch word in Kansas. Meredith's mansion ie now in or der. An unkind newspaper paragrapher has substituted ''burning Kansas" for "bleeding Kansas." Crazy Kan sas might be truthfully applied. Death got a thirty year sentence over in New Jersey this week for causing death, and it is rather re grettable that he did not get death. Mayor Humes has named W. L. Meredith for chief of the police. Tt won't be long now before W. L. can grasp the mayor by the hand and exclaim, "We have seen wusser days." A Manila editor has said more edi torially than he could substantiate. and, as a result, he is now headed for America. His...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 February 1901

| POLITICAL POT-PIE 1 *"""' •""" 11 iiiiiiiiiiiiumnur The proposition before the legis lature at present to re-apportion the number of representatives to legislature of this state, which if done will last for the next ten years, is causing quite a bit of comment in King county, as well as outside of King county, and this comment, as well as criti cism, is to the effect that King coun ty is to be the loser from such a re apportionment She will not lose any from her present number, but she will not be allowed her pro rate in proportion to her gain of the pop ulation of the state, as other coun ties of the state is to be allowed. As an example, the present representa tion is. based on one member to the legislature for every 5,000 voters. If this rule were followed out, King county would be given twenty-five members in the next legislature, which would give it quite a voting advantage over any other county of the state. Pierce county, ever jeal ous of King county's prosperity, has hatch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 February 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST Culled and Collected from Reliable Sources, Pacts and Figures Concerning Gov ernments and Their Progress— Last Year's Gold Output—Rural Mail Delivery Experiment a Great Success. According to a report recently is sued by Wells, Fargo & Co., the to tal results of the gold output in the states and territories west of the Mis souri river, including British Colum bia and the Yukon district, for the year 1900, was $229,315,427, of which gold contributed $99,100,733, copper $09,752,284, silver $42,402, --502. This was the greatest optput of the metals combined in the his tory of the world. The world's pro duction of gold at $230,000,000 shows a decrease of $08,000,000 as compared with 1899. Australian mine* produced $(5,000,000 leas, while the production in South Af rica fell off on account of the war. The production in British North American possessions increased $<>, -000,000, and the total for Xorth America about $3,000,000. Mon tana leads with an aggregate p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 February 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO. 34 BROTHER II BLACK Under Most Critical Obser vation. Ex-United States Senator Revels Dead — Dr. Thorn on Sandy Springs—To Prevent Lynching— A Negro Inventor—Against Negro Education in the South. The Xegro race of the United States has lost a very able and learn ed friend and co-worker in the up building of the race in the United States, as a man and citizen, in the death of Hon. Hiram K. Revels, ex- United States senator from Missis sippi. Dr. Revels died January 16, while preaching to his congregation in one of the annual conferences in the state of Mississippi. His life has been a long and useful one, both to himself and his race. He reared a large and interesting family, and all of his daughters ripened into womanhood and became useful wom en quite a number of years before he himself passed away. Whether as a preacher in Maryland or as a co worker of the anti-slavery league, or as a chaplain in the war, or as a preacher and teacher in Mississ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 February 1901

The Seattle Republican The P°,publiean Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $'00 Six months $1 00 , Three Months bOc ' _ I Advertising rates Furnished upon application j Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter "Joint smasher" is a new crime in Kansas, for which Mrs. Nation i solely responsible. | What on earth does Eugene J. Cowell want to palm himself off as the long-lost Charlie Boss? Even though he were, wro gives a hill of beans? Xow that Andrew Carnegie has sold a controling interest in his great iron and steel works, perhaps some other city will soon get a new library hall as a donation. "Deadlock" is the name of a number of new would-be senators that are being voted for by the vari ous legislatures that are still to elect United States senators, and he seems to be getting all there is in sight. The Utah legislature is the last to declare in favor of electing Unite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 February 1901

I POLITICAL POT-PIE 1 *tfirrwtTWtiii<ir«jn)gfwimiffwumfmmunr j "When Senator Cushman K. Davis died. Senator Foster lost his brains," said a prominent politician who knows the St. Paul and Taeoma mill man pretty well, to the Pie-Maker this week. "In the mill company Foster is practically a cipher," he continued, "and his real value has not been his business ability, for he possesses very little of that. He has 'been a good man for the company, because of his tact in making friends with his jolly 'ha-ha.' That is why he has been one of the head men in the mill company. The other mem bers of the firm, in transacting their business, have necessarily made en emies, and Foster has been used to 'jolly up' these men and regain their friendship. In the United States senate Foster amounts to just as lit tle. He has not original ideas and is of no force whatever except for his vote, and that is not now needed, as it would be if the senate were close. The administration has very little ' use...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 February 1901

[Continued from First Page] BrotheMn Black A XEGRO'S WORK. The posioffice in Seattle, and many of the postoffices of the lead ing cities of the United States, has a most excellent letter stamp cancel ing machine manufactured by a firm in New York. The machine is run by electricity and will cancel 1.000 letters per minute, and is being adopted by most every postoffiee of any size in the United States, and efforts are being made to introduce it into many of the postoffices in foreign countries. This canceling machine was patented by Mr. J. J. Burnell, a Negro, and a Negro in every sense, as he is coal black. He has made a tour of inspection of those postoffiees that are using his machine, and is well pleased with their work, and he is now headed for Europe, hoping to place the cancel ing machine in the postoffiee of even large city in the old world. XO XEGRO EDIiCATIOX. The true animus of the South ern white folk to disgranchise the Negro does not lay wholly in the fact that he is too...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 February 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO. J* ITEMS OF INTEREST Culled and Collected from Reliable Sources, World Notes Condensed to Readable Form—ltems Concerning Various Congressional Doings—Deep Sea Pish Carry Searchlights. There are 5,400 square miles of coal fields in Great Britain. Italian macaroni is now made by machinery instead o* by hand. Exports from the United States to Denmark have trebled since 1896. One year's sweepings of the Brit ish mint, yields about $5,000 in gold and silver. In Alaska a serviceable waterproof leather has been made from salmon and cod skins. One of the British cruisers ii nod 2,200 tons of coal going from Eng land to Australia. Minnesota produces about 80,000, --000 bushels of wheat annually md exports about two-thirds. The United States spends more than $10,000,000 a year to maintain the Indian wards of the nation. The utmost speed thus far attain ed on the Atlantic cable for trans mission of dispatches is forty-five words a minute. The Inter Ocean re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 February 1901

The Seattle Republican The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year f • 00 Six months . ..SI.OO Three Jdonths t>oc Advertising rates Furnished upon application F.ntered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter The sugar cane grows from six to twenty feet high. Senator Smith has made an excel lent record so far in the state senate. The cost of the American com mission at the Paris exposition was nearly $1,000,000. The British are buying horses and mules in large numbers for mounts in South Africa. Cape Colony Dutch are likely to revolt, as they claim they owe no al legiance to King Edward. The steepest railways in the Uni ted States are at Mount Washington, N. H., and Pike's Peak, Colo. Emperor William has been severe ly criticised by the German newspa pers for his pro-British sympathies. Nicola Tesla, the famous electri cian, claims to have discovered a wireless light, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 February 1901

| POLITICAL POT-PIE ) niiimuifHmmtif ttf wiiiwtMtntaittoMjaxiJ* The push has decided that W. V. Rinehart shall stand for the next Re publican nomination for mayor of Seattle. Hi.- past record will be thoroughly scrutinized by the voters of this municipality and his past acts will be weighed in the balance. Certain corporations will of course work for his advancement, because they are not dissatisfied with his past record. The telephone war has elim inated party line- in a great measure and there is no telling where the af fair will end before the matter is settled. It is safe to say that the major has not lost any money since he obtained his position on the coun cil. It is currently reported that A. T. Van De Vanter has announced his candidacy for sheriff of King county two years hence. It would appear to the average voter that the recep tion he received last November would preclude the very idea of his submitting himself to the tender mercies of King county suffragists. Much has be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 February 1901

AMUSEMENTS The Third Avenue. Murray and Mack in "Shooting the Chutes" come to the Third Ave nue theater next week, opening with a matinee Sunday. These clever comedians hold first rank in their profession, and they have wisely pro vided themselves with a good en-j semble for this kind of an entertain ment. "Shooting the Chutes" is one of the 'best of its innocently nonsen sical class. Kitty Beck, who heads the ladies of the company, is an ex ceedingly clever soubrette with an inexhaustable wardrobe. There are many other members of the com pany who have a national reputation in this particular line of comedy. People who visit the Third Avenue theater next week will find that Mur ray and Mack will remove that tired feeling and send them home happy. Seabrooke in "The Ruunderx." The attraction at the Seattle the ater next Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 17, 18, 1!) and 20, will be Thomas Q. Seabrooke in the ISiew York Casino's latest and greatest success, "The Rounders."...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 February 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO. J6 BROTHER II BLACK Congressman Geo. E. White Speaks. Our Young Men and Women Should Learn Trades—Advantages of Ed ucating Self-Reliance — Critical Observations. The speech recently delivered in the house by the Hon. George H. White, of North Carolina, the only x\fro-American representative now iii congress, is full of valuable infor mation and well worth perusal. The following excerpts therefrom will no doubt be read with much interest: . "I would like to advance the state ment that the rusty records of 18G8, filed away in the archives of South ern capitols, as to what the Negro Was thirty-two years ago, is not a proper standard by which the Negro living on the threshold of the twen tieth century should be measured. Since that time we have reduced the illiteracy of the race at least 45 per cent. We have written and publish ed nearly 500 books. We have near ly 300 newspapers, three of which are dailies. We have now in practice over 2,000 lawyers ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 February 1901

The Seattle Republican The fMpubliean Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $> 00 Six months . ..SI.OO Three Months tiOc Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postofliee at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Hobson, one of the heroes of the South Atlantic squadron, has almost dropped out of sight. His work ha* not obtained recognition on account of the Schley shouters. Mrs. Nation has again been mak ing it extremely lively for the Kan sas saloon keepers. Whatever may be thought of the wisdom of her cru sade, it has certainly had the effect of wiping out most of the joints. H. R. Cayton is basking in the sunshine of Holly Springs, Miss., and perhaps wondering how those slow, easy-going people manage to secure a competence at the gait they travel at. Holly Springs is a famous resort and one of the prettiest towns in the South, and was famous long before the war as a healt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 February 1901

I POLITICAL POT-PIE I Dr. Criehton has been so long in the council that he is regarded as a permanent fixture. The doctor is an earnest worker and the working peo ple have absolute confidence in his loyalty to their just interests. Some years ago he was regarded with sus picion by some of the business men on account of his "isms," but at pres ent he is regarded as a man who can be depended upon to use his whole influence for good government and enforcement of law. Blake has already made quite a stir, and the saloon interests are not particularly stuck on his presence in the .council, but his straightforward and fearless course has made him a host of friends outside of the crowd above referred to, and he will per haps become one of the old standbys for law and order. Byers and Murphy have not as yet made much noise, as they have been less than a year in their present posi tions not much has been expected of them, and will not be until they be come better acquainted with the in ner wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 February 1901

AMUSEMENTS Mrs. Fiske's production of "Becky Sharp" was the most widely-discuss ed stage feature of last season. The appearance here this season of this actress in this play will afford theater patrons an opportunity to witness an event which for interest based on the art of Mrs. Fiske and for magnifi- 1 cencc of presentation has seldom if ever been surpassed in this city. From the time of the first announce ment of Mrs. Fiske's purpose to play Becky Sharp everybody interested in literature and the drama was curious as to the result. As to Mrs. Fiske, nothing but the artistic was expected and she amazed her warmest admir ers as Becky She is an actress, a pleased study of whose work in fa miliar roles in which she always may have been seen is always possible. That is to say, unlike many other actors, to see whom once is to meas ure their breadths and fathom their depths, she on repeated observation suggests always new shades of art and newly interests. In this wonder ful character fr...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 March 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VoL VII., NO. 27 ITEMS OF INTEREST Culled and Collected from Reliable Sources, World Notes Condensed to Readable Form—ltems Concerning Various Congressional Doings—Scientific Matters Brought Out Briefly. The king of Spain gets a couple of million a year. The president of France gets $240,000 a year salaray. Russian gold mines give an annual yield of 86,668 pounds. The legal rate of interest in Can ada is only 5 per cent. The czar of Russia manages to ex ist on $12,000,000 a year. The emperor of Austria, being a widower, live* on $12,000 a day. Alabama and Virginia will both try for new constitutions this year. The electrical works of Germany represent an investment of $300, --000,000. Queon Victoria had seventy-three children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Spokane promises to have three tickets in the field at her coming municipal election. Kansas City will build a large ba nana warehouse capable of holding twenty-five carloads. The penitentiary board...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 1 March 1901

The Seattle Republican T c Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $> 00 Six months . .SI.OO Three Mouths tsic Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Poetoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Politics makes strange bedfellows, and there is but little honesty in the whole business, but such actions as we have enumerated, puts into the background even the schemes of Boss Croker and Matt Quay. Consisting of Prof. Seligman and others, a self-constituted committee has undertaken the task of driving Stanford university out of business. Prof. Jordan has given an answer which should shut the mouths of am bitious professors. Only one day more of Pettigrew and Lentz, and then the people could well afford to offer praises for being rid of two out of three of the biggest nuisances in congress. Sulzer is the other member of the trio that could well be spared. Democrat...

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