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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 June 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VII NO. 2 BARKER - GARFIELD Combination That Won the Presi dential Nomination In 1880— Wharton Barker Engineered the Scheme and Landed His Man Garfield Knew of the Plans Though He Was Sup porting John Sherman—Bark er's Father Makes Trouble By Innocently Telling Sherman of the Plans. If reports be true Wharton Barker is no novice at politics, in other words, vulgarly speaking, he knows his business. He has been nominated for the vice presidency on the Middle-of-the-road Popu list ticket and he says he is going to get a million and a half votes. He figured one time in Republican politics as may be seen from the following report of which Barker himself quite approves of: Wharton Barker of Pennsyl vania, the Presidential candidate of the middle-of-the-road Popu lists, claims to have been the organizer of the campaign which made General Garfield the Repub lican candidate for president in 1880, and he says that the cam paign began in 1879, a year the convention...

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. — 8 June 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cay ton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Year 2..00 SixM ntha 1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Governor Frink. The situation in China is rather serious. Oregon has glorious news for William Jennings Bryan. Oregon's congressional Tongue will wag right straight on. Piper-Humes combine is suffer ing from a bad Bee sting. There is no denying the fact but that the Bee was a bird. We beg to introduce Corpora tion Counsel Humphrey of Seattle, to Judge Gilbert F. Little of Hawaii. That Fifth ward Greenleaf sud denly changed to a very red leaf when things warmed up last Mon day evening. Get you ready, honey, for the Fourth of July parade, for it pro mises to be a warm, warm baby. Seattle knows how to do things bang up. Finding Aguinaldo's diary may to some ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 June 1900

I Political Pot-Pie. j "Say, landlord, what kind of game is that being played all over town, where one fellow hollos, -keno and the other fellows says, 'oh hell,' innocently asked an Eastern tenderfoot in a Montana town. The tenderfoot afterwards himself learned how to say "hell" just the same as the other fel ; ows, and in the very same spirit. Now there is a "thing" loose in this city, that is shouting on every street corner,, "Humes must be the next governor of this state," and, invariably, when he says it to a crowd, he gets, "oh, hell." nan "I am for some Olympia man for governor of this state. Ido not care who that man is just so he is a thorough Republican," came from Mr. Dexter Horton, the old millionaire pioneer of Seattle, •one day this week. "Seattle wants a member of congress, and, if she can not get that, she does not need anything. Had it not been for •'our present beloved mayor", Seattle would now have a United States senator, but his greed for office has caused Seatt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 8 June 1900

Izocaj and Personal. • f From the Bee it is learned that Mrs. Con A. Hideout had quite a time in her travels from South Africa. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sheets of Roslyn a boujicing ten pouiid boy. Mrs. Sheets is in Tacoma with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Gonna. Colored barbers are much in demand in the city at present. The scarcity in barbers arises from the fact that many of them have gone to Nome, Mrs. Jessie Moore Brown of Newcastle spent a few days in the city this week, returning home last Wednesday. She had her little sister with her. "This is the only Afro-American paper published on the Sound."— Seattle Bee. Is that true? Well, my dear sir, we labored under the opinion that you were publishing a newspaper. Mrs. Smith, the lady whom the daily papers had considerable tc say about last week, is much im proved in health and is now stay ing with a friend until she is abk to leave for the North. The Seattle Bee published a ful account of the forming of t Baptist associa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 June 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VII NO. 3 PERTI£ POINTS Concerning the Machanism of our General Government—Republi cans Take Democracy to Task about Much it Has Said and Done in the Recent Past—Some of the Good Results Brought About by Republicanism Hav ing Charge of the Govern ment—Bryanism Not Wanted. (Special Correspondence ) Tammany will probably be per mitted to furnish the ice for the Kansas City convention. The Democratic party has twice been tried and twice been found wanting by the present generation of voters of the country. It should hardly hope to be trusted again. The foreign vessels sailing from the ports of the United States for Europe during last year carried 98.70 per cent of the exports of the United States. The railroads oi the United States, the world's greatest com mercial arteries, are expanding in touch with public sentiment These great organizations do not respond to false alarms. A Democratic condidate for the presidency one time remarked that the tariff was a l...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 June 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Year 2..00 SixMn ths VS° Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoflice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Spokane spoke. In your mind, Seattle's Fourth of July. •■ . . . Seattle enjoys Dawson City gold in $500,000 lump lots. King county's Republican fac tions have refused to fuse. Congress has fallen by the way side and it is now all quiet along the Potomac. Gold bricks are no objects in Seattle at present, and especially in the assay office. Unless China does something radical instanter her Boxers will find that they are inter-nationally boxed. ' News in a nutshell is a charac teristic of The Seattle Republi can, which we know you greatly appreciate. New York witnessed a minature school race war not long since, which has been taken to the courts for adjudicati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 June 1900

jj Political Pot-Pie. §| jg-T—^-^- -T~T—T—T- -T---^—T—^- T"% There seems to be no doubt but that the Humes boom for the governorship has about spent its force and is on the verge of a terrible collapse. Ere the county central committee had decided to hold a late county convention the supporters of the Humes-Piper- Ankeny combination were rather inclined to exhibit the bragadocia spirit, so certain were they, that Humes had the county by the tail, politically speaking, but things have taken an awful slump on the market since the meeting of the central committee, and they now admit that J. M. Frink has a fight ing show for the King county endorsement. No sooner had the storm kicked up by the county central committee subsided then at once a "spirit" began to make its appearence above the political horizon, which had inscribed on it in large letters; "Consolidation of the various Republican clubs in King county into one organiza tion." The proposition at once met favor with the members ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 15 June 1900

Local and Personal. Mr. B. F. Bush, general mana ger of the Roslyn coal mines, was a visitor to the city last Tuesday and expected to be on the Sound the most of the week. "Our mines were never doing better," said he, "and the men never seem ed better pleased." Mr. S. P. Freeman, an old Northwest pioneer, died in this city last Friday. Mr. Freeman was one of the iirst colored men that ever settled in Seattle and he has done some kind of business the greater part of the time he has been living in the city. His only son, Al, was at one time quite prominent in political affairs* of the city, but lost his foothold and finally drifted away. He came up from Portland last Saturday to attend the funeral, which was held from the Episcopal church last Sunday, of which Mr. Free man and his entire family were members. Wanted: By a colored man and woman a place to do work in a private family. Woman good cook and man an all around handy man about the house. Apply at this office for further inform...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 June 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VII NO. 4 BROTHER IN BLACK As Found in Uncle Sam's Great Domain -Tuskegee Institute's Commencement Exercises — Much Money Raised and Dis bursed—Louisiana's Disfran chisement Law—Some Glitter ing Negro Success—South African Republics and the Black Man. The 31st of May last saw the commencement exercises of the Tuskegee Institute, at the head of which is the world wide educator Prof. Booker "T. Washington. The entire school presented a most cultured and refined lot of boys and girls, such as it would be hard to discount go where one would or might. The industrial part of the school attracted the attention of the most of the hun dreds of visitors, white and black, that were in attendance during the entire commencement week On dress parade 800 fine looking healthy young colored youths drilled on the campus grounds to the satisfaction of the admiring crowds. From the annual report, which is to soon be published in pamphlet form, the following financial facts h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 June 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE # - " ~ H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Year 2..00 Six Mnths ; 1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter.. Ankeny nervine does not prove a very strong bracer for the Taco ma Ledger. "Favorite Son" sandwitches were freely passed around in Phila delphia this week. Patent editorials continue to flourish on the editorial page of some of our most valued ex changes. China bumped up against the "allied forces" last Monday, and got a bad jar. Don't get foolish, little man. ... According to the Ballard News Miss Goose has been married. What a goose. Now look out for a flock of gooselings. Germany has a Chinese kick coming and we would not be sur prised if the Boxers did not get a beer box before many months. California was prepared to "wine and dine" the Nati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 June 1900

\=*= -^— -^-<fc—^ - 2.^^ ~-.fr—jft—fr- i Political Pot-Pie. | On the Republican side of the house this year there will be a startling array of candidates for state offices, more, perhaps, than ever before. This is accounted for owing to the fact that the nominees of the Republican party will be elected by not less than 10,000 majority, and there is no ring in the state which is able to dictate the nomination of any man for a state office. Its something of a free for all fight and every man that is a candidate feels that nomi nation lightning is just as liable to hit him as the other fellow. Of course there are many local combinations in various parts of the state that fare backing some favorite candidate for the nomina tion, and this local organization is spasmodically trying to get out side local organizations to take up their candidate, but up to the present writing no very formid able combinations have been made for the nomination of any number of state officers. Mr. Levi Anke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 22 June 1900

! v-fr- -«- a--fr~-fr- * - -a- ■ii~ --£-* *.~jf were multiplying. However, Con- Amusements. £ gressman Lacey, who visited the ]^y_y._ ? _^._ ?^. y ■** -^- -^-^-^,—^\ park last summer, states that there are only twenty-three buffaloes SEATTLE THEATER. Mt , £ g otne rs have strayed Beginning Sunday, June 2,4 th, away from the park and have been Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and killed by hunters. Wednesday, "A Southern Gentle- There is no parallel in the history man# of the animal kingdom to the Thursday, Friday, Saturday rapid destruction of the buffalo, matinee and Saturday evening 1,, Asiatic countries the buffalo superb production, "The Bells." has been utilized as a beast of In preparation an elaborate pro- burden. In Europe the bison or duction of Charlie Dickins and aurochs, which was a contemporary Wilkie Collin's romantic drama, o f the mammoth, has been pre "No Thoroughfare." served in tiie R uss i an government Clay Clement's comedy drama, forests. In the United States the "A Sou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 June 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL VII NO. 6 WIIi'MJCKIMH ' £oßt His First Law Suit, but Won a Wife, Which Has Ever Since Been His Strong Right Bower- Visited v Washington ; City on Her Bridal Trip and Predicted, "Some Day Her Husband Would Be President," and Has Ever Stuck to it- Happy Remi nicences of His ' Early Career as an Attorney at Canton. fk President McKinley, as > a young attorney, lost his first case in the Common court of Stark county, *j as shown by the records, but he ■ won a bride. He also was elected prosecuting attorney during the trial. ,•«This case was . first » heard before i Justice 'Philip Loew of Navarre, Stark county, in 1869 . Loew is a rock-ribbed Democrat, but has much love for McKinley. „ Loew, strange as it may seem, is v still a justice of the peace in the valley of Navarre, and has held the office in an unbroken line all these years. John JRostetter, a farmer of r> Bethlehem township, Stark county, $ brought action against Philip. Sheets, his tenant, to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 June 1900

The Seattle Republican , Telephone, Main 305, ;::*'. . The B*p«bl!ean Pub. Co., Publishers % OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE Vi ji - " • -''-'- --'■ H. R. Cayton, Editor /; Susie Revels Cayton, Associate V"- BtTBSCBIPTBON RATES: ,r ,r Ob,,Y ■'&*..:..':::.■£>. :-.V:':-i..:...^:..- • .2.-00 Six eatb* :.....:./..... -••••• • - .• - —IJ2 Three Months f.~... 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered- at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second .. Class Mail Matter. Hanna holds the helm. Seattle's 100,000 looms up. It was the banquet' of banquets. :: Fourth of July next Wednesday. Pinky Humes' base of supply | has been cut off. Uncle Sam's 1900 census has been taken. . v^~r3ti* Michigan Republicans have just had a gubernatorial Bliss. j T Dawson City's gold crop is due in Seattle early in July. ~^i*<, : Broken pieces of China will soon be found scattered all over Christ endom. . - John G. Wooley and Henry B. Metcal fare the cold water presiden tial creatures for slaughter. Cam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 June 1900

I Political Pot-Pie. £ Fair Play: heads a circular letter senf out by the Piper- Humes combine to the voters of this city and county for the ex press purpose of gaining sympa thy for Tom Humes' candidacy for the governorship nomination. Why, in Heaven's name, does Mr. Humes suppose the voters will be any more inclined to treat him un fairly now than they have for the past fifteen years? Has he not during all of that time fed at the public crib? Is he not at this very minute feeding on a $3,000 per year salary given to him by the voters of Seattle? Did he not publicly announce that, it was on account of the proposed increase of the mayor's salary why he wanted to be re-elected? Has not the increase been given? Why is he not then satisfied with the goods the gods have provided? Grant it that every newspaper in the city is opposing the nomi nation of Tom Humes for gover nor, then does not this fact lie in the very reason that, he is never satisfied with what he gets? Sup port the man f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 June 1900

1 Local and Personal. | <& ■ '\- -■ -■V: Mr. Sledge of Tacoma paid the city a short visit this week. : Ex-Senator Wilson spent, a few days in the city this week. Mrs. T. Gsyton has been quite sick the most of the week. • • * I .».i *•*, V- «m < Fourth of July next Wednesday • and you are expected to visit Seattle. Mrs. Hughes of Cripple Creek, Colorado, is in the city enroute to Nome. -■■/■ •'.:;; :>'..■ :■■ ,■_•■ ; „ Mrs. Jackson and daughter of Portland, Oregon, arrived here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs v Taylor have pur chased a very neat residence on 20th Aye. ' W. H. Henderson's tonsorial parlor scorner Railroad avenue and Yesler Way. i Union Depot shop. I. S. Blackshire has opened up a restaurant in the stand once owned by Mrs. Thome. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wells has been brightened by the presence of a happy, and healthy baby boy. Mrs. Will Johnson has returned from a four week's visit in Port land. : She reports a most pleasant stay, but glad to be home again. Her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 July 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL VII NO. 7 TWICE TOLD TALES That an Observant Person Will Hear as He Perambulates the Streets of the Great Queen City of the Northwest In Most Cases they are both I^aughable and Ludicrous and in Some Instances of a Rather Serious Turn —Many Morals to be Drawn from Them by the Street Philosopher. An observant person can see many things of general interest in as large a city as is Seattle, and there are always some people who take advantage of such fl,n oppor tunity. Things that one occa sionally sees often goes beyond the laughable point and verges very closely on to the ludicrous. For an instant, a few days ago the city patrol wagon, in which evil doers are hauled to the police headquarters, ran over a dog, crashed into a wagon, came very near running over a woman and little child and finally only lacked an inch of toppling over in the street as it turned a sharp corner, at such a rapid rate was the wreck less driver urging his fiery team through the crowde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 July 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, Th» 9«p«bliean Pub. Co., Publishers . OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Carton, Editor Susie Revels Carton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Yx................... 2-00 Six oaths ... 1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered the Postofflce at Seattle as Second Class Mall Matter. Braying Bryan, at the bat Missionaries in China are pretty nearly willing to give the cause of the "yellow man" up as a hopeless one. _______«_— Three million dollars worth of "dust" from the Klondike added very materially to the last Fourth's fun in this metropolis. If you will get The Seattle Republican just one subscriber its circulation will be doubled that very minute. Try it for luck. Should the National Negro ticket be pushed in doubtful Northern states it will play havoc with the Republican nominees in such states. ';: Uncle Sam's famous historic Ninth Infantry is to do the heather Chinese. "When Greek meets Greek then comes the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 July 1900

I Political Pot-Pie. | The Organ and the Pipers. SEQUEL. The old, old organ has been over hauled, And put in fairly good order; But the Pipers are drifting, drifting, drift ing, And will soon drift over the border. Oh! those pipety, piping Piper boys, Who are lost beyond redemption; Have already found themselves obliged To seek a new pre-emption. They stick to Tom and put him up, For everything in sight; But 'tis plain to be seen that Levi's purse Is not just now in sight.* Oh! those pipety, piping, Piper boys. Without organ, purse or sense; Are just beginning to realize, That time brings recompense. Sammy has picked up his musty old law books, And Frank has gone to Jersey or to h—l; But as to Scandinavian Johnny— The good Lord alone can tell. But the pipety, piping, Piper boys Are played completely out; The gang are clearly on the run, And the end will be a rout. Poor Tom! his occupation's gone, The game is clearly up; And hereafter as an honest man, He must work if he would sup. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 July 1900

Local and Personal, l Mr. George Moseby, of Royslyn, was visiting old friends here dur ;ng the week. Mr. H. B. Jones, of Franklin, •ok in the Fourth. Dr. J. J. Smith, of Franklin, enjoyed the Fourth in Seattle. Mr. Thorton H. Walker, of Ros lyn, jeaw the sights of the Queen City this week. Mother Braxton is expected up from California some time in this month. W. H. Henderson's tonsorial parlor scorner Railroad avenue and Yesler Way. Union Depot shop. Mrs. William Teamer is visiting in Claifornia, with her mother who is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Brown, of New Castle, have been visiting the city this week. The A. M. E. Sunday School had one of the prettiest floats in the Fourth of July parade. Mr. J. E. Shepperson, of Roslyn. spent a few days in this city and other Sound cities this week. He will return to Roslyn Saturday. Gus Dorbman was struck by a passing street car as he was get ting off of one car on the Madieon street line, and was so badly in jured that he died that night....

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