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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 June 1901

POLITICAL POT-PIE I rS- «■£■■«* S- $■ S- *•««««««* fc€* *«£ «* £«&&£& c- g- &*•5- £ t *i- ir %■ fe* There is no truth in the Oregon ian's political story to the effect that Congressman Jones will be a candi date for the United States senate be fore the sixth legislature of this state, and all talk along that line is but wasting wind. Mr. Jones w rill be re-elected to congress in 1902, just as he was in 1900. He seems to fit the place most admirably, and the place appears to fit him equally as well. Mr. Jones has too much good horse sense not to let well enough alone. When the legislature refused to district the state it was done, per haps, for no other reason than to protect Congressman Jones' political interests for re-election. Had East ern Washington been placed in a district to itself it would have given Mr. Jones a hard fight to succeed himself in 1902, but now the state at large will have another say in the matter, and he will be re-elected by a larger majority...

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. — 21 June 1901

BROTHER IN BLACK [Continued from Page One] wiiite man, which thing cannot be said of very many other states in this "land of the free and home of the brave." NEGRO HOSPITALITY. (Communicated.) A charming Negro woman whom 1 know is a member of a church in a neighborhood where many law, med ical and other Negro students reside, and she gives a coffee party one even ing every week to which she invites these colored young men. The entertainment is of the sim plest and most home-like character, but no one who has been there can doubt the real happiness and enjoy ment of the visitors. That Negro woman's house is a center of untold blessing and good to those Negro youths. She wins their confidence and becomes their friend, to whom they go in difficulty and trouble. The mere fact that a colored young man is a welcome visitor in a Chris tian Xegro household is a wonderful source of help and strength to him in the face of temptations which he must inevitably meet in his daily life. Of colored...

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. — 28 June 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Vol. VIII., No. 5 BROTHER IN BLACK Under Critical Eye of Ob- serving Men. BORROWED THOUGHTS Colored Population of St. Louis given no Commercial Recog nition in the Stores in which They Spend Their Money — Other Facts and Figures about the American Negro—Big Con gress for 1902 on Tap. ST. LOUIS AFRO-AMERICANS. Over 65,000 Negroes in St. Louis, and yet the white man don't allow the colored man a dog's show. Not one store will employ a colored girl as clerk. Not one store in St. Louis that will employ a Negro only as porter. Not one bank will employ a Negro only as janitor. Not one foundry, cooper shop or carpenter shop will give our boys a show to learn a trade. No factory of any kind will employ our young people. The Transit Company employ no conductor or motorman from among our people. Not one place of busi ness of any kind will employ a Negro man or woman. Then they say: "The Negro ought to work and our young girls be upright and honest." Do the white men and...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 June 1901

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Caytor* Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear $2.60 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Only Paper in the Northwest Success fully Edited by a Negro. A Whole Page of Legal Notices. Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republican. Advertising Rates Furnished upon Appli cation. It Carries No Saloon Advertisements. Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. If honesty is the best policy, why is it that so many rascals feast and flourish on the fat of the land while good men go hungry? Nordstrom may be hung in Au gust, but neither Nordstrom nor any one else hereabouts believes that he will be. Virginia has the disfranehisement fever at present, which is a result of an over-dose of "nigger dominancy"' fear. The business directory of The Se attle Republican herewith presented is not quite complete, but it is get ting there in good shape. Tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 June 1901

POLITICAL POT-PIE 1 ?mm tfct&s-.e- frtfrfrfr tfrfr t tt* tfrt. *■•«■ 111111 efr 11 rt tt 111 Public opinion, as has been said ;n another column of this paper, de mands the resignation of Thomas Humes as mayor of this coty. Whether the developments and mis haps of the past week can be charg ed up personally to Mr. Humes or not is a question that only the fu ture can decide, but they are of such a nature that it seems to the Pie maker to warrant the resignation of Mr. Humes, for there is no doubt that public confidence in the man has been badly shaken on account of these developments. It is claim ed by some who talked personally to the late W. L. Meredith on the day that lie met his fate that he made no bones in saying Mr. Humes had made a scapegrace of him and had deserted him when he needed him the worst. It is also said that Mere dith declared that he had stood by each and every ambition of Mr. Humes, and now when he needed his aid he (Humes) had deliberately thrown him overboa...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 June 1901

AFTER THOUGHTS Concerning the Meredith - Consi dine Murder Tragedy. Warrants charging the Considines with murder in the first degree have been eerved upon them. Sunday afternoon has been fixed as the time for holding the funeral rites over Mr. Meredith's body. The father of the late W. L. Meredith telegraphed to bury his son in Seattle, for which he was a martyr. James Hamilton Lewis has been re tained by the Considines as one of the defending attorneys. Wednesday, July 3rd next, has been fixed as the day for the Considines' pre liminary hearing. It is currently reported that one of the Jurymen at the coroner's inquest was among the advocates the day before of lynching the Considines. Chief Sullivan has suspended Officer Mefford for neglect of duty. It is charg ed that had he used due diligence he could have prevented the Meredith trag edy. Street comment on the death of W. X Meredith seems? to be of the opinion that had not Meredith been under the influ ence of Wappenstein he would...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 July 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Vol. VIII., No. 6 BROTHER IN BLACK Under Critical Eye of Ob- serving Men. BORROWED THOUGHTS Negro Business League to Meet in Chicago — Colored Girl Wins Highest Honors in Denver—Col ored Soldiers Have Heturned From Philippines-In Splendid Condition— Hon. H. C. Smith is Defeated for Re-nomination. BUSINESS LBAGVE. The National Negro Business League, which is headed by Booker T. Washington as president, has been called to meet in Chicago Au gust 21, 22 and 23, inclusive, and as in the past it is hoped that this meet ing will prove a splendid success and will do much toward harmonizing the differences that exist between the white and the black folk of this country. The citizens of Chicago are reported enthusiastic over the . prospects of the League holding its next session there, and everything possible will be done by them to make the delegates comfortable while attending its session. The call says any person engaged in commer cial enterprises or properly delega...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 July 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Vol. Vlil., No. 6 BROTHER IN BLACK Under Critical Eye of Ob- serving Men. BORROWED THOUGHTS Negro Business League to Meet in Chicago — Colored Girl Wins Highest Honors in Denver— Col ored Soldiers Have Returned From Philippines-In Splendid Condition— Hon. H. C. Smith is Defeat,ed for Be-nominatlon. HTSIXKSS LEAGUE. The National Negro Business League, which is headed by Booker T. Washington as president, has been called to meet in Chicago Au gust 81, 22 and 23, inclusive, and us in the past it is hoped that this meet ing will prove a splendid success and will do much toward harmonizing the differences that exist between the white and the black folk of this country. The citizens of Chicago are reported enthusiastic over the . prospects of the League holding its next session there, and everything possible will be done by them to make the delegates comfortable while attending its session. The call says any person engaged in commer cial enterprises or properly dele...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 July 1901

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1594. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.W Six Months 1.00 Three Months SO Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Only Paper in the Northwest Success fully Edited by a Negro. A Whole Page of Legal Notices. Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republicau. Advertising Rates Furnished upon Appli cation. It Carriea No Saloon. Advertisement*. Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Our business directory. Summer vacation is in order. The mills of the gods grind slow, but they grind exceeding fine. Judge George has turned the legis lature down by knocking out the slot machines law. It would appear that The Seattle Times has at last found the long lost mare's nest. The Review, of Seattle, the only Democratic paper of King county, is a journalistic corpse. Editor Church i snow "it" on the Weekly Times. An exchange asks what is a Demo crat? While we do not pride our s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 July 1901

I POLITICAL POT-PIE 1 Him iwr Mit f rtmmtmt ctf i %t win ■ mmifn ttmmtta ■ r The Fourth of July coming in the week just past and the Pie-maker not feeling like drawing on his political imagination, and believing the read ers would as soon listen to another on this occasion, cheerfully gives way to the Spokane Outburst, whose kst week's article is herewith copied in full. The politicians and newspapers of this great and good State of Wash ington have been having a most in teresting time among themselves for the last three weeks; all because Senator Foster announced his inten tion of appointing Charlie Hopkins United States marshal for this com monwealth, and Charlie says that he intends to take the place and \a pre paring to remove his family to Ta coma. In all the discussion of this sub ject there is but one thing upon which all are united—the appoint ment of Charlie Hopkins means something. What that something is there are as many opinions as there are parties to the discussion. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 July 1901

MISCEGNATION IN NEW YORK. Increasing Number of Unions Be tween Whites and Negroes. During the past five years there has been a decided increase in the number of marriages in New York between white and colored people. In 1895 there were 729 such marriages, 369 Negroes hav ing married white women and 360 colored women having been married to white men. Last year there' were 1,846, in which 920 Negro women were married to white men and 926 Negroes mar ried white women. One man whose position has enabled him to make continued and thorough observations of conditions in the lives of the other half of New York's population, has this to say on the subject: "I have met scores of these mixed couples and so far as the principles are concerned I do not believe that they are as a rule either more happy or more miser able than their neighbors who have wedded like with like. They have as few squabbles and as few divorces proportionately as cou ples that are wholly white or wholly black. "The childr...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 July 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Vol. VIII., No. 7 BROTHER IN BLACK Under Critical Eye of Ob- serving Men. BORROWED THOUGHTS Taylor Won a Fortune in France— Roosevelt Looking for Southern Delegates—Skin and b~.il* Adver tisements Should Not Be Publish ed—Southern Negro Congress in JnrkKon Did Good Work — Race Gleanings in General—NoteN, Etc. Major Taylor ,the American crack bicyclist, now known in France as "the black wonder from the United States/ is said to have won a for tune while in France riding against the champion Jackquelin. In the first race Taylor permitted himself to be beaten, but when a second race was matched, he bet every cent that he could rake and scrape on himself and easily won the race. He sailed for New York the same night many hundreds of dollars richer from his experience. ROOSEVELT'S ROOTERS. The friends of Vice President Roosevelt according to the Washing ton Post, are already making strenu ous efforts to capture Southern dele gates for the next national Republi can ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 July 1901

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1884. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear $2.«0 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Bona»Fide Circulation 2,500 Only Paper in the Northwest Success fully Edited by a Negro. A Whole Page of Legal Notices. Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republican. Advertising Rates Furnished upon Appli cation. It Carries No Saloon Advertisements. Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. ■ Mefl'ord seems to have been about during the shooting. We suspect the defense in the Considine case is loaded for bear. This ma}- be summer weather, but somehow we do not seem to recog nize its familiar touch. Morbid humanity has been as much in evidence at the Considine trial as it was at the Meredith fu neral. Washington state promises the largest wheat yield this season than for a number of years past, which is paying a good deal. Gambling is again running in full blast in this cit...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 July 1901

| POLITICAL POT-PIE 1 Quite a few persons who know ex- Senator Squire best have probably concluded no doubt that quite a po litical change of heart has come over him, but they were not prepared, perhaps, to hear him come out as flat-footedly on the subject as he has. In an interview which recently ap peared in a Chicago paper. Senator Squire is credited with having said: "Silver is a dead issue; the militar ism howl is defunct; trusts have not been proven to be bad for the coun try; if combination of capital in manufacturing circles is necessary for successful competition abroad, then we must permit combinations; it is essential not only to capital, but to the welfare of labor." The voters of this state will remember that it was on these very issues that Sena tor Squire made his last fight for re election to the United States senate and was turned down by the party that won on those very issues. The Pie-maker at that time charged Sen ator Squire with political infidelity; the friend...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 July 1901

PERSONAL. Al Phoenix and G. L. Johnson, from Newcastle, were looking over business affairs in the city this week. Carefully look over The Republi can's business directory before you go shopping and trade with its ad vertisers. Mr. C. A. Lucas, of Portland, has been a visitor to the city for the past week. He has recently return ed from California, whither he went in quest of health, and which he found after a two-months' stay at one of the hot springs of that state. While there he met Miss Cora Oli ver, who left Seattle some three months ago on account of poor health, and he reports her much im proved. v Mrs. P. Deboe entertained Mrs. F. M. Harris, Mrs. Walter Washing ton, Mrs. J. T. Gayton and Mrs. Dayton with a most charming yachting party on Lake Washington last Tuesday afternoon. The occa sion was in honor of Mrs. Duncan's birthday, Mrs. Deboe's mother. Some four hours were spent" cruis ing about the lake by the party and luncheon was served on. board. Those present were delight...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 July 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VIII., NO. 8 PASSING EVENTS Of Men and Things in the Public Mind. THE WEEKLY REVIEW Cole and Bob Younger Released from Prison—Mark Hiimui It* . Talked of for the Presidency— Snothern Papers are Politi cal Trouble In Pennsylvania—ln dustrial Wheels All Over the Country Paralysed on Account of Labor Troubles. YOUNGERS PAROLLED. The conclusion of the authorities of the state of Minnesota to the ef fect that Cole and Bob Younger should be released from the state penitentiary after having served a twenty-five year term, will put Young America to brushing up his dime novels and his wild west pe riodicals to see after all these years just what part the Younger boys played in the many train and bank robberies that were committed after the close of the great Civil war by the daring desperadoes, the James- Younger gang. The crimes that were laid at the doors of these men would seem to have warranted burn ing them at the stake if ever taken prisoners; but not so, fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 July 1901

BUSINESS DIRECTORY REPUBLICAN READERS TELEPHONE MAIN 305 FOR A CARD IN THIS DIRECTORY ■ Diamond Ice is the best—lasts the IX THE SUPERIOR rrirrßT r\v< tut? m. ■ «< „,*,',. ■—— ~~~ ~ ~ ■ ! ; ■ '-_ - • ' Ice, 'zrAJiT£^^£ %?£hTSM°' ™°c°™™°® ■Rue noccr'rK: Mocjtc S^rrr^- fishing -~—;—v^^^^w^. K»*«»w^M«asß^.^m^ ltd „„„_«,,,„ MJ'SSiffi-i^s : DUSineSSjKaa&s» MBflbS &— *«= tackle ,fl < WhprtriSmT Smith. , No. 349°- Notice of Settlement • [ SPORTING > aI I ill I S I TV __l_.i "^?f||V -111 I Dry wood and kindling dcliv- ot Final Account. - "-•■---. £ fill ? M T IP«mririßl **„<** l\o%. l/l//\/\H ered to your house. Lloyd & ~ Notice is hereby given that Winfield R. A I ± I Osborn, Tremper &■ Q/-)l/Ar51I Sanford & Webb, succes- GOODS } ■ . ' IWUIU II >H "" JOT? / lk\ Wflflfl Phillips,l3o7 Seventh avenue. .-mlth- ancillary administrator with the A nOTTCI PTC g?-.,Mu«ual **! f • KHIikPII so to Meydenbauer. 308 VJ"-"~'1-'0 C ->J. S H WON DIPLOMA OF Wjfy/3>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 July 1901

POLITICAL POT-PIE \ Inasmuch as the Considine-Mere dith case has absorbed the political thoughts of the leading politicians of this city for the past three weeks or more the Pie-maker is of the opin ion that it would not be out of place to repeat a. few stray thoughts that he has heard during the street dis cussion of the ease, and while he does not intend to in any way try the case in the columns of The Repub lican, nevertheless he considers it by no means out of place to give a few brief sketches of random opinions heard upon the streets since the Con sidines have been released on bail. The Considines were released on bail last Friday night, and it is quite remarkable how quickly they made so large a bail after Judge George had decided to admit them to bail. Though the two men were required to only give $22,500, they readily raised $100,000, and could have dou bled and trebled that amount if it had been required. All of this is a swift indication, to my mind, said a gentleman, tha...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 July 1901

PERSONAL. Mr. J. EL Evan of Spokane, who took an active part in the politics of that city, and who, from time to time, has held various positions of honor and trust in Spokane, has de cided to cast his lot in Seattle and hopes to do equally as well here as there. A good word to the merchant with whom you trade in behalf of The Seattle Republican would bring good advertising results to its columns, suhc words would do you no harm and do the paper a whole lot of good. Why not lend that much aid to it? Mrs. Bertha Washington ente rtained Mr. and Mrs. Goldborough of Tacoma last Monday at a special dinner party. Covers were laid for twelve, and those present were: Mrs. Washington, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Per kins, Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Anderson, Mrs. M. Duncan, of California, Mrs. George Lyon, Mrs. William Gross, Miss Carris Dikson and Miss Bertha Jones. A recent letter from Dawson City reports the death of Eoy Agee, May 16th last. Young Agee was quite well known in this city and the fam ily, as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 July 1901

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Vol. VIII., No. 9 PASSING EVENTS . Of Men and Things in the Public Mind. THE WEEKLY REVIEW \\ ant the John Brown Homeatead for Preservation—Thomas to Con vert Loneoln's Homestead Into a "Home" for Ex-Slaves—The Okla homa, Mad Rush for Claims—L'jrd KiiMMell'M Royal Trial — Monkey and a Parrot Time Before Ilia Peers—Plead Guilty. JOHN BROWN'S HOME. That the Torrington, Connecticut, homestead of the famous John Brown might be kept intact and become an historic relic, a move ment, headed by Dwight C. Kil bourne of Litehfield, is endeavoring to raise sufficient money to purchase the property and preserve it in its original state in remembrance of the man who was more responsible for the late Civil War than any other human being. While the farm only consists of an old log cabin and some live or six acres of land wholly un tenantable, yet the owners ask $3,500 for it, and it is the intention of the John Brown association to raise funds to not only liquidate that debt...

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