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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 $> oo
Six months $100
Three Months 60c
Advertising rates Furnished upon application
Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second
Class Mail Matter.
"'Too much water" seems to be the
drawing attraction at present over in
the Ohio valley.
The Cheney Sentinel has changed
hands and is now under the guiding
hand of A. W. Thornton.
Wars and rumors of war never were
more numerous throughout the world
than at the present time.
Sullivan claimants to the late John
Sullivan's estate continue to pour in.
and thus does the plot thicken.
Hot shots over in Kentucky seem
to be still the order of the day, which
is a gentle reminder to the unwary
that Kentucky's feudal fires still burn.
Sixto Lopez, at one time Aguinal
do's private secretary, writes enter
tainingly on the Philippine situation,
but reasons not only badly but quite
absurdly.
Apparently the Japanese govern
ment is spoiling for a fight, and if it
continues in such a condition, the first
thing it knows Russia will accommo
date her.
Any bank that fails in the pres
ent financial conditions of the country
does so because its officers are unex
ampled scoundrels and they them
selves make it fail.
He who thinks that Seattle is com
mercially quiet just at present is he
who is either hostile or ignorant of
the volume of business that is being
daily transacted herein.
Perhaps the chief reason Southern
white men object to saying "Mister"
to the colored men lies in the fact
that they have so many "uncles" and
"aunties" among the colored folk.
That brace of Vancouver bank offi
cials sinned together, suffered to
gether and likewise died together.
Damon and Phthias never showed
greater love or devotion for each
other.
Young Maceo, who was recently de
ported from the Philippine islands,
proved himself to be just as big a
nuisance over there as he did in this
state, where the public had a brief in
troduction to iim.
There are in the United States 16,
---000,000 pupils in the schools, as many
as Germany, Prance and Italy com
bined, three times the enrollment of
Great Britain and Ireland and five
times as many as Russia with its pop
ulation of 100,000,000.
The Massachusetts senate wants a
constitutional amendment submitted
to the voters of that state to make it
legal for three-fourths of a jury to
render a verdict in civil cases. Even
Massachusetts is showing signs of
progress under the McKinley adminis
tration.
Aguinaldo's peace proclamation has
finally been issued by him. Appar
ently he is one of those semi-human
curios that never does a thing until he
is forced to do it. He never surrender
ed until Fred Funston forced him to
do so, even when he knew that his
was a lost cause.
The bright editorial appearance of
last week's Blame Journal is very
very suggestive that new hands are at
its editorial wheel. Mr. E. E. Beard
has assumed editorial and business
management of the Journal and its
first appearance thereafter shows tnat
a master hand is now directing its
destinies.
There is a South Dakota woman,
who by the way, is a political stump
speaker, that has decided to marry
Senator Clark as soon as she can get
her hands on him. This seems to be
the most feasible plan that has yet
been proposed for the relegating of
the notorious Montana senatorial jug
gler into innocuous dessuetude.
At the rate the homeseekers are
coming west through St. Paul, it be
gins to look like before another dec
ade will have rolled around the effete
East will have reversed itself and its
foet will be found largely in the
"wild and woolly West," as 25,000
persons have passed through St. Paul
for the West since the 12th of Febru
ary.
After President Lincoln was assas-1
sinated Queen Victoria wrote the fol- j
lowing letter to Mrs. Lincoln: "I am
overwhelmed, Mrs. Lincoln. What
can any earthly being say to lessen
the terribe blow that has come upon i
you in the loss, and the loss in such a
way, of your great and noble hus- j
band? Accept this, my heartfelt sym-1
pathy in your affliction throughout."!
In the Chicago bricklayers refusing
to work on the Mississippi state house
because the contractor employed a >
couple of colored men, it looks as
*hough the union laborers propose to
carry the war into Africa, as to op-1
posing the Negro getting honest work. I
Who ever heard of any other kind of
a bricklayer except a colored brick
-1
layer in the state of Mississippi, or in
any other of the southern states for
that matter i
It might not be out of place to re
mind ox-Senator Towne and the Dem
ocratic party that Tennessee and
Virginia w.JI soon join that galaxy of
states lhat do business ''without the
consent of the governed." Just why
there is so much sympathy and soio
citude extended to the_ Filipino au-j
so little to the colored folk of the
South on the part of the Democratic
party is the conundrum of the a^e.
The editor of the Northwest Repub
lican, published at Whatcom, in his
language used in the criticism of H.
R. Cayton, the colored editor of The
Seattle Republican, who was arrested
on a charge of libel, sworn to by the
chief of police of Seattle, showed him
self to be a disgrace to the newspaper
fraternity of the state. If we were to
meet the gentleman (?) we would ex
pect to see a creature with a head
about the size of a lady's teacup.
Palouse Republic.
The Ishmian canal commission,
which for the past two years has been
selecting a route for a canal connect
ing the Pacific and Atlantic oceans in
Central America, is unanimously in
favor of the Nicaraguan route and is
likewise of the opinion that it will
cost over $50,000,000 for the construc
tion of the same. The people of
Washington state favor most any old
route for a canal, just so they get a
canal. It is a canal and not a route
that the Northwest is hoping to see
put through the isthmus of Darien.
Advertising fakirs have been get
ting in their work on the Seattle busi
ness folk in pretty good shape here of
late. How strange that men of such
varied business experience as those
to be found in Seattle should permit
themselves to be duped by smooth
talking advertising - fakirs, and pay
their money in advance over to them
for something that never was, and, if
they would stop a moment to consid
er, would be convinced that it never
would be. Legitimate advertising al
ways pays, and if the business men
would place their advertising with
legitimate concerns they would not
get done up by such advertising ven
dors.
(Application No. 103.)
NOTICE OF SALE OF SEATTLE TIDE
LANDS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
the 29th day of May, 1901, at the hour of
2 o'clock in the afternoon, on said day,
at the door of the court house in Kins
County. Washington, the following de
scribed tide land will be sold at public
auction to the highest bidder therefor,
to-wit:
Beginning at the northeast corner of lot
5, block 7; thence north 88 degrees 52 min
utes 20 seconds west, 78.025 feet; thence
southerly parallel with the line between
lots 5 and 6, 35 feet more or less, to the
meander line; thence southeasterly along
the last named line 86 feet, more or 'ess,
to the line between lots 5 and 6; thence
northerly along the last named line 71.17
feet to the place of beginning, the same
being 0.8636 of said lot 5. block 7,, appraised
at $55.28. . "
All of lot six (6), block seven (7), ap
-1 praised at $132.00. % .'.,
All of lot 7, block 7, appraised at $200.00.
All of lot 8, block 7, appraised at $220.00.
Also all that part of lot 9, block 7, de
scribed as follows: Beginning at the
northeast corner of said lot 9; thence
south 88 degrees 52 minutes 20 seconds
east, 75.025 feet; thence south 0 degrees
08 minutes 37 seconds east, 182 feet, more
or less, to the line of high tide; thence
northwesterly along the last named line 78
feet, more or less, to the line between
lots 8 and 9; thence northerly along the
last named line 155 feet to the place of
beginning, the same being 0.7371 of said
I lot 9, block 7, appraised at $229.98.
• All the foregoing tracts are as shown
on pages 3 and 4, Vol. I, Map of Seattle
Tide Lands, filed in the office of the Board
of State Land Commissioners at OlympJa,
Washington, on the 15th day of March.
1895.
I Said tide land will be sold for not less
I than the appraised value and subject to
the improvements situated thereon, and
as appraised by the Board of State Land
Commissioners in the manner provided by
law, a statement of which is now on file
in the office of the auditor of said county.
Terms of sale: Under contract, one
tenth to be paid on the day of sale, and
one-tenth annually thereafter on the first
day of March of each year, with accrued
interest on deferred balance at 6 per cent,
per annum: Provided, That any purchaser
may make full payment at any time and
obtain a deed.
The purchaser of such land will be re
quired to pay at the time of sale the ap
praised value of any improvements or
valuable material on such land in full in
addition to the one-tenth of the sale price.
The above described tide lands are of
fered for sale by virtue of an order of the
Board of State Land Commissioners made
on the 18th day of April, 1901, duly certified
and on file in office of said county auditor
GEO. B. LAMPING.
County Auditor.
_ Per J. P. AGNEW,
Deputy County Auditor. King County,
Washington.
Dated at Seattle, Wash., this 25th day
of April, A. D. 1901.
April 26. May 24.
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WON A DIPLOMA OF V/f/y^N
THE GRAND /s&&*£
finiV HIGHEST /If {$$& S' «
j*j([X POSSIBLE //jumik gj 7
1 The Paris Exposition.
0 This award was made by an inter-
I NATIONAL JURY OF TWENTY-FIVE MEM-
I BERS, AND IN COMPETITION WITH
1 TWENTY OTHER TYPEWRITERS.
H The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.,
H SYRACUSE, N. V., U. S. A.
E. H. HOOVER <& CO.
PHONE MAIN 566
114 JAMES STHEET 1 1 09 COMMERCE ST
SEATTLE TACOMA
_^_^ .-.-■■■*:
D. B. SPELLMAN
Pracrical Plnmber and Gasfltter. Sanitary
Plumbing a specialty.
2i2 Columbia St.
Moore Investment so.
CAPITAL 5700.000.00
112 COLUMBIA ST.
GILT EDGE PROPERTY
FOR SALE IN VARIOUS
PARTS OF THE CITY : :
: : : INVESTMENTS AND
MORTGAGES : : HOMES
BUILT ON EASY TERMS
1 nousEs "UrcL^KSI
ijP^|LAUN BLD.)
HOLMES' GOOD FURNITURE 1
ACORN*
Steel Ranges
USED BY
MILLIONS
nET OTHERS EXPERIMENT |
vv ith doubtful Ranges—The Acorn 1
Range never fails —you can't make it 1
work badly. For baking, cooking, boiling, |
frying or roasting it is the acme of per- 1
fection—saves enough fuel to pay for |
itself in one year. Heats all the water I
you want in a few minutes—burns wood S
or coal. If you pay more than the i
Acorn price you pay too much —if you |s
pay less you get an inferior quality, I]
Acorn Steel Ranges are priced just |
right. .::::::
(L L Bolmes furniture I
COttlpcilt^ ll0! to Second Hoe, |
HOLMES' GOOD FURNITURE
n J
I ACRE TRACTS I
1 $125 to $200 I
g 5
a Per Acre. Adjoining Car §
I « Line. Overlooking Lake S
s Washington. ®
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$ s
I Fiiueen Minutes From Pioneer Square 8
1 I
at McGRAW & KITTENGER §
I McGRAW & KITTENGER 8
®Room 6 Bailey Building £P
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* MONEY and LABOR
* by using *
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! Range |
f£ TET^MS easy enough *§?
*$* to suit anyone. *h
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«ff Seattle Gas & 4,
* Electric Co. ♦
4» 214-216 CHERRY ST, 4?
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MISCELLANEOUS ;
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r\DlirC Perfectly Com
-1 ll\l 1 lt\ pounded at PIKE
L/IVUUCJ STREET PHAR
MACY, 419 t Jike. Tel. Main 933
Osborne, Tremper & Co., Inc.
Abstract and Title Examiners
Basement Mutual Life Bldg. Phone Main 548
VESTIBULE BOOTBLACK PAR
LORS Marcel lus Thomas, Prop.
I Dexter Horton Bank Building.
Ring up Buff 1004
j Seattle Clothes Pressing Go.
Ladies' and gents' clothing
cleaned, dyed and repaired
We call for and deliver promptly. -
1007 Third Avenue
ALBERT HANSEN
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH
.. Dealer in.
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
•ware, Rich Cut Glass. Etc.
Buy a White and
Be Happy 1006 Second Aye.
DC nappy Phone Main 705
I _
rupture Doesyour
j IIU I UPIL truss hold you?
If not, call at Gujf'S DlUg StOK
Fine Fresh Fruit
Always on hand at the
SAN DIEGO FRUIT CO.,
415 Pike Street
BONNEY & STEWART
UNDERTAKERS
THIRD and COLUMBIA
Preparing bodies for shipping a specialty.
All orders by telephone or telegraph promptly
attended to. Telephone Main 13.
Hair Gut
AS YOU LIKE IT, STYLISH
AND UP TO DATE.
Prank's Plarc* I 807 a Rail'
I^railK S iriaCe ( road avenue
Brockman Bros.
Pike Street's Leading Grocer
Wants Your Trade
Gor. Sixth and Pike SEfITTLE
IriETCR
high I7HATAS
wffiir 11U 1 UJ
Colonial Block. Second Aye. and Columbia St.
FOR
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS,
CLOAKS, MILLINERY
AND MEN FURMISHINGS
......GO T0......
|WI L SON'S
Second Avenue and University Street
Moran Bros. Company
Manufacture and Sell
LUMBER
For All Purposes
SEATTLE - - - WASH.
DRESSY SHOES
At Prices that Appeal to Your
Pocketbook.
The Very latest Styles at the Popular
Prices of $2.50 to $5.00. See them.
RAYMOND & HOYT,
918 Second Aye., - SEATTLE, WASH.
Hats Cleaned, Dyed and Retrimmed
by Practical Hatters
SEATTLE
HAT FACTORY

A Full Line of New Hats at
Factory Prices.
I 1111 Second Aye. Phone Green iß2i
WASHINGTON
IRON WORK CO.
Founders, Machinists and
Boilermakers.
HOISTING AND LOGGING
ENGINES A SPECIALTY
J. M. FRINK, President.
SEATTLE, WASH.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
E. D. Benson George F. Aust
. Benson & Aust
Practice in all the courts. R. 22 Boston Bldg
James A. Kellogg
Legal Practitioner
219 Bailey Block, Seattle. Wash
J. P. BALL, Jr.
Practices in all State _nd U. S. Courts
Rooms 18, IT, 16 Roxwell Block, Seattle, Wash.
Morris & Southard
Successful Criminal and Civil Lawyers.
51 Haller Bldg.. Seattle, Wash. Phone Blue 541
Moron, Fenwick & Lawrence
PATENT LAWYERS 40 years' experience—
Washingtou, D. (J. Q. Ward Kemp, Local At
torney, 432 Burke Bldg., Seattle. Call or write
for f/eu book.
Root, Palmer & Brown
Have formed a law partnership.
533 Pioneer Bldg.. Seattle. Wn. Tel. Main 476
Z. B. Rawson,
Gives Prompt Attention to Court Cases
617 and 618 Pacific Block.
WM. H. FiNCK /:. .
Pioneer Jeweler, Established 1882. Watches
Jewelry, Silverware, Clo ks and Optiea
Goods, Scientiac Optician, Watch Repairs
816 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Washington Dental and
Photographic Supply Company
Kodaks and High Grade Cameras. 211
Columbia street, Seattle
BANKS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
COMMERCE
H. C. Henry, Pres. R. R. Spencer, Cashier
PEOPLE'S SflVlflG BUNK-
Second and Pike.
Capital -------- . f 100,000
James] R. Hayden, Manager.
.1. T. Greenleaf, Ass't Cashier
Deposits received from $1 to $10,000 ; 4 per
ent interest allowed on savings de. osits
THE PUGET SOUND flflTlOfliili BAfIK
OF SEATTLE
Capital Stock paid in - - - 528.000
Surplus --------- 85,000
Jacob Forth, President; i S. Goldsmith, Vice-
President; R. V. Ankeny. Cashier
Correspondence in all the principal cities of the
United States and Europe
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
SEATTLE.
PAID-UP CAPITAL $150,000
J-.1-12S D. HOGE, JR., President.
LESTER TURNER, Cashier.
A general banking business transacted.
Letters of credit sold on all principal
cities of the world. Special facilities for
collecting in British Columbia points.
TRANSPORTATION
I ( ____ i*) v
W^Rjo/ N
s
Two Overland Trains Daily
from Seattle to the
East with
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Dining Cars
Finest Tourist Sleeping Cars
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SPOKANE BUTTE
HELENA DULUTH
ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS •
THE SHORTEST LINE by twelve hours or
more to Omaha. Kansas City, St. Louis, etc.
Through tickets to all points East and South
east.
For information, maps and tickets, call on or
write to
I. A. NADEAU, General Agt. Seattle, Wash.
A. D. CHARLTON. A. G. P. A. Portland, Or
THE
NORTHWESTERN'S
FAST MAIL
THE
NORTHWESTERN
LINE
Have added two more trains (the
Fast Mail) to their St. Paul-Chi
; cago service, making eight trains
daily.
BETWEEN
MINNEAPOLIS
ST. PAUL and
CHICAGO
This assures passengers from the
west making connections.
' The 20th Century train, "the finest
in the.world," leaves St. Paul every
day in the year at 8.10 p. m.
F. W. PARKER,
General Agent,
151 Yesler Way. Seattle Wash.
E. R. Butterworth & Sons
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
Telephone Main 9.9
149«, 1483 Tbir« Avenue SEATTLE

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