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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 July 1900

m The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VII NO. 8 TWICE TOLD TALES Drawing the Color lime on Afro- Americans Becoming Epidemi cal in the I,arger Cities of this State, and Damage and Crimi nal Suits Being Instituted By the Attorneys of the Insulted Guests—Dawson City an Invit ing Field for Colored Folk and Many Flocking There. Another outbreak of color line "drawing" in restaurants in the larg er cities of this state is noted by The Republican here of late. There is both a criminal and a civil law in this state against any such public dis criminations, and it is hoped that some of those colored persons who • have been refused accommodations in cheap eating joints over which "poor white trash" preside, will give such proprietors the full benefit of both laws in our courts of justice, and thereby put an everlasting quietus on such unnecessary race discrimination. Pscrimination like this is always un reasonable and very, very humiliat ing, and it does not meet the ap proval of any part of the gue...

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. — 13 July 1900

The Seattle Republican *i 1 * i), Main 30 5, The Ftpnbliean Pub. Co., Publis hers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cay ton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On V r 2..00 Six eaths 1-00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Kntered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. A new hat that neither Bryan nor Stevenson will carry their own states next fall. Webster Davis is already some thing of a Boer to Democrats having common sense. St. Louis' street car strikers are striking again—a striking example of ''too much strike.*' How it does worry some men to see other men live and get along without their aid! "Hello girl," how is your hello? Is Guie an ex-Humer? is the ques tion of the hour. If reports be true, Humes' guber natorial launch is sadly in need of Wooding up again. Japan's mikado rules 46,000,000 subjects, and with these he proposes to take China under his own protect ing care. William MeKinley is doing presi dential...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 July 1900

, Political Pot-Pie. j JjL^ Ty-fi Now that the two big national pow-wows have both been pulled off - and the candidates of their make are in the hands of the voters' and the newspapers, the public pulse as to the advisability of their, respective nominations has to some extent been ' felt. Since the nominations have been made the Pie-maker has gotten about over Seattle quite considerable and during all of his perambulations but one picture of William Jennings - Bryan, the Democratic nominee for president, has been seen in the win dows of the citizens' residences or business places, while, on the other hand, hundreds of McKinley's pic tures are to be seen on every street in the city in the windows. Four years ago in this city, when the state went to Bryanism like wildfire, Bryan's pictures were just as numer ous in the windows of the people as is President McKinley's at the pres ent. The above therefore is a very good indication as to the feelings of the people over the two candidate...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 July 1900

| ifOcal and Personal, f i Mr. G. H. Walker was sick the most of the past week. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Holmes re turned home last Saturday evening. Tom Kandolph, an old-timer in Seattle, has returned from Alaska after a four-years' absence. Miss Pearl Johnson, who has been seriously sick for the past five weeks, is reported able to be about again. Mrs. 1. I. Walker has returned from Alaska after a sojourn of two years and a half. She is quite sick. Miss Cousins, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Washington, is now vis iting with them and may remain in definitely. Mr. Gilclirist Stewart lectured in the First Presbyterian church last Sunday evening in behalf of Tuske gee Institute. W. H. Henderson will be pleased to have you visit his tonsorial parlors, corner Yesler way and ltalroad ave nue, Union Depot shop. Mr. John P. Cragwell has returned from Nome and has had all of the experience in the North that he wants. He will not return with the Ohio. Unusual preparations are being made by the mem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 July 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VII N0.9 MR, SMITH TALKS He Chats About Eastern Politics- Is Convinced That Seattle is More in Need of a Congress man than a Governor—Thinks Democrats Should Cut I^oose from The Fusion Fungus- Wraps Tha School Text Book Hard Over The Head—lncor rect, Ind finite and Mis'ading in Every Particular—High handed Public Outrage. Air. C. J. Smith, the well known Seattle business man, has recently re -11.11.l 1. inied from an extended trip through the East, and during his visit there he tried to some extent to feel of the public pulse as to the nominees of the two great parties and their probable success or defeat. On the situation he spoke as follows: "Bryan, in my opinion, will not carry a single Eastern state. The Republicans are more united now than four years ago, and the leading Democrats have decided to tix Mr. Bryan good and plenty that they may not in future be bothered w rith hi* idiosyncracies. "1 talked to men from Georgia, who have vast business enter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 July 1900

The Seattle Republican i (i i 305, The Republican Put). Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate '__ - . >-. ■ -.- _ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Yr 2..00 Sixeaths ....1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. : Aberdeen's long expected daily pa per is to make its appearance Aug ust Ist next. It is rather remarkable how many different News there are to be found throughout this state, and yet what a little news they really give to their readers. ■ Damage suits growing out of the recent horror will doubtless bank rupt Tacoma's entire street railway system. The way of the transgressor is hard. . "~* The chances of sixteen to one, Of winning. I ween, Are about, when all's said and done, As one to sixteen. —Chicago Tribune. , Broken bits of China may event ually be found scattered throughout the European nations and even the United States, but the hor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 July 1900

m >t *. „, ,-^^_^£^._ -^~— -£•--—"a^- si*- I—^ ']T Political Pot-Pie. J A-3-T-T.- T- T-«-----T-T-T~y "*""*■ Oregon's blackmailers, who are trying to run the poltics of the state of Washington, are not making much headway at present, as they get hedg ed on every poltical trick they try to turn. For some time past they have endeavored to hoodoo the King county Republican voters into the belief that Senator Frink was a po litical stool pigeon for Hon. John L. Wilson, and was thereby in a similar position to one Ankeny stalking horse, who also lives in King county, ■which prompted Hon. R. C. Wilson of this city to pointedly ask Mr. Frink was he tied up with any one on the coming senatorial embroglio, to which Mr. Frink replied: Seattle. Wash., July 13, 1900. Hon. R. ('. Wilson. Safe Deposit Building, City. My Dear Sir: lam in receipt of your favor of the 11th instant. I note what you say regarding machine or professional politicians, and particu larly of those who would dominate the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 July 1900

I Local and Personal. V Mrs. Matthew Brown, of Newcas tle, is visiting in the city this week. - A marriage at the Jones street A. j M. E. church last Tuesday evening j attracted quite a crowd thither. Mrs. I. I. Walker is slowly but surely regaining her former good health. Mrs. Con. A. Eideout has moved to her new home on Tenth avenue south. W. H. Henderson's tonsorial par lors are located at the corner of Railroad avenue and Yesler w*iy. You are invited. Go to Spinning, 1206 Second ave nue, for bike repairs. Your work will be done right ,and youh trade appreciated. Mr. John N. Conna writes the Ta coma News to the effect that though the camp is greatly overdone, he in tends to stay with it, and believes tht it wil] yet prove a winner. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gayton, Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson, Miss Bar bara Davis and Mr. John F. Crag well, visited in Everett last Sunday and were the guests of Mrs. George A. Meadows. Mr. Maurice O'Brien, who went to Nome, has returned. He reports Mr. Gros...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 July 1900

1 Local and Personal. V Mrs. Matthew Brown, of Newcas tle, is visiting in the city this week. - A marriage at the Jones street A. M. E. church last Tuesday evening attracted quite a crowd thither. Mrs. I. I. Walker is slowly but surely regaining her former good! health. Mrs. Con. A. Eideout has moved to her new home on Tenth avenue south. W. H. Henderson's tonsorial par lors are located at the corner of Railroad avenue and Yesler w-iy. You are invited. Go to Spinning, 1206 Second ave nue, for bike repairs. Your work will be done right ,and youh trade appreciated. Mr. John N. Conna rites the Ta coma News to the effect that though the camp' is greatly overdone, he in tends to stay with it, and believes tht it will yet prove a winner. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gayton, Mr. * and Mrs. John Robinson, Miss Bar bara Davis and Mr. John F. Crag well visited in Everett last Sunday and ere the guests of Mrs. George A. Meadows. Mr. Maurice O'Brien, who went to Nome, has returned. He reports Mr. Grose d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 July 1900

TheSEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VII NO. 10 V-"— **•"'" "*• ""A -'i£- ■-'■*- r- -■ <>---»---^-- --J- - ■*• ■? I Political Pot-Pie. J It is at the primaries that candi dates are really nominated and by no means at the conventions. Un less you go out to the primary elec tions and there vote for delegates who will to some extent represent your ideas of candidates for office, you will see men nominated for of fice in many instances who would make a much more befitting candi date for some state prison than they would for a county or state office. There is as much depending on vot ing at the respective primary election as at the general election, and espec ially to those citizens who are anxi ous to see good governments in both county and state carried on. The "vicious" are always on hand at every election, and the minute you weaken they snatch the reins out of your hands and drive off with the air of a royal prince. You can al ways depend on it that "de gang"' will be ever on hand to get...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 July 1900

1 J^ocal and Personal. - | . Morgan's for a clean shave. Hawks' picnic. Bellevue, Wed-1 nesday, August Ist. "Z .M- Picnic at Newcastle, Saturday, | August 4tli. All are invited. Two colored women were reported ; as holding up a Mr. Isaacs last Sun-! OX j . day evening. J & v:, Notice to Creditors. In the Superior Court of King County Washington. In the matter of "the estate of Andrew C. Freeborn, deceased. No. -. Notice to Creditors. All persons having claims against the estate of Andrew (J. Freebom, deceased, are hereby notified and required to present such claims, with the necessary vouchers, within one year after the date of this notice to Albert Mills administrator of said estate, at the place of hit transaction of business as such administrator; to wit: at the office of Fred H. Peterson, atto.f ney for said administrator, 411 Mutual Lier Building, Seattle, Washington, or failing to present such claims within said time that Jhe same be hereafter forever barred. - Dated June ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 July 1900

UNCLE SAM'S IN That Could Be Sent to the Front In Case of a General Euro pean War—A Strong Organized Militia in Every State With Fifty Times as Many More Un-organ ized No Other Nation Could Put n the Field So S rong an Army. In case there is a general Euro pean war, in which the United State is actively engaged, the annua statement of the adjutant general's office of the organized force of the United States, as well as the men available for military duty, is as fol lows: The grand total of organized mili tiamen in the several states and ter ritories at last report was 106,339. Those unorganized, but available for military duty, aggregated 10,343, --152. The organized strength of the mi litia and the number of men liable for service by states are as follows, the first figures given being the or ganized strength and the second the unorganized: Alabama 2,471 163,000 Arkansas 1,903 Not given California 4,202 211.901 Colorado Not given 60,000 Connecticut 2,774 106,498 Delaware 521 L'S.OS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 July 1900

The Seattle Republican TeSepbone, Main -it. Ths Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 012 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION KAi": One Year ,2 -! Six months • •■ I* Three Months '*> Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the PostoHice at Seattle us Second Class Mail Matter. China Is still there and he* Boxers are doing business at the old stand. Court News. r. disreputable publi cation in this city, it is reported, will be a Humes organ in its Saturday is sue. Uncle Sam is shifting his seats of war rather rapidly these later years. From Cuba to China his soldiers are rapidly rushed. If the "superior race" has been looking for trouble, it has finally succeeded in finding what it was looking for in China. AVho dares dispute but there is a nigger in the wood pile in the Chi nese embroglio, and he is sawing wood at that. Silver Republicans may have flour ished in some age, but they are quite defunct at present, and only the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 August 1900

"heSEATTLE REPUBLICAN vol. vii no; 10 '96-'flO STATISTICS Interstate Commerce—A Foreign Trade of Two and a Quarter Bilion Doilars—Exports - Imports —Money in Circulation - Increase of Railroad Employese— Other Items of Interest. (Special Correspondence.) The statistical report of the in terstate commerce commission shows for the year ending June 30, 1899, the total single track mileage in the United States was 189,294, an in crease for the year of 2,898. This increase is greater than for any year since 1893. The aggregate length of mileage, including tracks of all sorts, was 252,301. There were 36, --703 locomotives in service at the end of the year, of 469 more than for the year ended June 30, 1898. The to tal number of cars of all classes in the service was 1,375,916, an in crease of 49,742. The number of persons employed on railroads was 928,924. and increase for the year of 54,366. All these improvements are a part of the existing prosperity under this administration. On June 1,...

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

The Seattle Republican Teleo>ione, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ...2eO Six months 100 Three Months 60- Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoflice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter.^ According to reports Western Washington is a bit wormy these days. The Seattle Republican feels that it has personal reasons to rejoice over primaries in this city. Know all men by these presents that the Piper-Humes-Ankeny nightmare in King county has been completely broken. Murdering European royalty by anarchists is still a pastime in that country, King Humbert of Italy be ing the latest victim. In our opinion the number of Re publicans in .Nebraska that will vote for William Jennings Bryan is so small that it will not aif ect the result in a single particular. Oom Paul's soldiers, beaten and disheartened, are rapidly surrender ing to the .Britis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 August 1900

I Political Pot-Pie. | p—^- -W —"<r- '*» ■w w -y-.y—T-~*£—.y -ly \ The late primary election in this city put quite a few ambitious politi cians on the shelf for some time to come. It sounded the death knell of both Humes and Guie first of all. - Next on the list who was put to sleep was State Senator Wilshire, of the First of the Seventh. Once and twice has he been turned down by Hon. E. B. Palmer since the two were in the last legislature and took different views of the United States senatorial question. Seattle people evidently do not approve of the course Senator Wilshire took and do approve of the course pursued by Mr. Palmer, as the latter has been twice indorsed at the polls. Now, either Mr. Palmer or some friend of his will be a candidate two years from now for the place Mr.. Wilshire now holds. it looks as if Frank P. Mullen will not be more than a mere bubble on the water from now on in the Fifth ward. He and his friends had proclaimed before the primary con test came o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 August 1900

Go to Spinning, 1206 Second avenue, for bike repairs. Your work will be right, and your trade appreciated. ■ W. H. Henderson's tonsorial parlors are located at the corner of -Railroad avenue and Yesler Way. You are invited. CALL FOR REPUBLICAN STATE Convention. — The Republican state convention for Washington is hereby . called to meet at the city of Tacoma, on loth August; 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominating two can didates for congress and a full state ticket, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before said state convention in connec tion therewith. The basis of repre sentation will be two delegates at large from each county, and one delegate for each 100 votes or major fraction thereof cast in each county for Hon. W. L. Jones, Republican candidate for con gress at the general election of 1898, the apportionment of each county being as follows: Jones' Dele- County— vote, IS9B. gates. Adams 281 5 Asotin 243 4 Chehalis 1,164 14 Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 August 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VII NO. ii POINTED PARAGRAPHS Touching the Present National Campaign by an Observer. MR. BRYAN IS SCORED For His Inconsistencies and Fal lacious Statements. McKINLEY IS THE MAN That Has Given the Entire Land General Prosperity. (Special Correspondence.) The small boy whose representa tions concerning the jam closet have been discredited naturally wants to paramount some other question. The protection of American life and American honor without the consent or advice of yawping politi cians is tiie duty of the administra tion. The MeKinley administration iias a pleasing way of performing its duties without pandering to the cheap element in politics. The lion. Adlai Stevenson pos sesses a keen faculty for adapting himself to changed conditions. lie now refers to Democrats as "Bryan men." Mr. Croker declares that the peo ple are ignorant, lie might submit the Tammany control of A"e\v York as exhibit A in support of his decla ration. Mr. Altgeld has pronounced...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 August 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: One Year ...2 cO Six months ... 100 Three Months 60 Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. The coming state convention be gins to look Frink-like. Li Hung will get his Chang hung if he keeps hanging about Pekin. Republican state convention next Wednesday, at which time Ankeny ism is to be buried. It is remarkable that not a single man who was in the legislature two years ago from this county was given a renominatioh. Sic transit gloria mundi. Bryan, a protege of Southern Democracy, may be dead anxious to "save the country," but if he does he differs most widely from the men who are boosting him. It was an error on the part of last week's Republican to say J. H. Shive ry did not win v out in his precinct. He not only won out, but was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 August 1900

Political Pot-Pie. "All's well that ends well," is an old but wise saw. The King county Republican convention may have started out very stormy, and wholly <>ii the wrong foot, but before it had proceeded very far it fell into the right groove and did a most charm ing piece of work. Few persons i.v King county would have thought that I. 15. Knickerbocker would have ever permitted himself to become a party to the slick piece of political boulddugery that was attempted by the Humes men to capture the chair manship of the convention, and none ever thought that Frank P. Lewis, who has stood so fair in this city in e\ery particular, would have even desired to have carried out a scul dugery scheme so well planned, but from the Pie-maker"s way of think ing each of those men did so, and did so knowingly, and further dis cussion of-it but adds insult to in jury. It was a stormy convention, anci* one tiiat will be remembered for many years to come. The Frink men lead by zin-h intrepid wo...

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