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The Seattle Republican
Established May, 1894.
OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE.
H. R. Cayton Editor
Susie Revels Cayton Associate
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One Year $2.00
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 Postoffice at Seattle as
Second-class Mail Matter.
Oil may not be king, but from its
gushes it takes on a high air.
Low, Seth the Lord, for two years
1 will be with you.
Every vestige of Democracy has
been swept away, save in rebeldom.
Let Tom Humes take timely
warning at the defeat of Tammany.
McKinleyism has been sustained,
and Teddyism has been well receiv
ed.
If public notoriety is the real an
imus of anarchism, then Czolgosz got
what he was looking for.
If Lipton waits until he wins the
cup before he gets married matri
money is dead off with him.
Mississippi, Kentucky, Virginia
Democratic! When will strange
things cease to happen?
Deputy Sheriff Whitford is well
aware of the fact now that he has
seen better days.
Minister Wu —all samee Melican
man, talkee too much; got to go
homee.
Johnny Bull still has reason to re
member that General Botha is run
ning at large in South Africa.
Is it. significant that the head of
the plow trust is Deere? —Wen-
atehee Advance.
'Socialistic renegades are not want
ed in the school affairs of this city
if last Saturday's vote can be taken
as a criterion.
President Roosevelt still finds
plenty of Southern gentlemen who
are willing to forego their feelings
for him dining a "nigger" in order
to get one of his official plums.
Only on rent days are the commo
dious quarters now occupied by the
Seattle Standard to be sneezed at.
Dealing to grafters is always a
dirty deal.
Tom Humes carried the first ward
for mayor and Dr. Titus carried it
for school director. It would thus
seem that birds of a feather flock to
gether.
Electrician Stoll, who is now
serving a year's sentence for using
coarse and vulgar language about
President McKinley shortly after he
was shot, stole a dose that has proved
to be an elephant on his hands.
Notwithstanding the much-boast
ed civilization of the South, North
ern governors do not think it suffi
ciently civilized to give a white man
a Christian trial in the courts of jus
tice as yet.
It's noted that that contemplated
suit against the Sunset Telephone
Company on account of the Nugent
fire has never materialized. Evi
dently that "prize box pin" must
have been found.
The sick man of Turkey is in a
fair way of becoming dangerously ill
unless he settles that French ac
count that is of long standing.
French men-of-war are already
watching over his sick bed with
blood in their eyes.
Hon. Miles C. Moore has been
mentioned in connection with the
next Republican gubernatorial nom
ination, but such nomination is a
good many miles more than the av
erage politician can look over at a
glance. It might be well for it to
rest a while.
Evereit papers are mistaken. The
Seattle papers are not damning Ev
erett. They think Everett quite a
nice little suburb and that some day
quite a number of our business men
will have homes in Everett, as there
will be an electric car line connect
ing the two places.
Within the past ten years the state
of Maine has had twice as many
more divorce suits than it had the
previous ten years. If prohibition
"saves the home/ it seems to be :
working poorly in the state of Maine, i
as that state has had prohibition for
a good many years.
Instead of the lowest bidder get
ting the contract for the county
printing in Lewis county the highest
bidder received the same, all because
the lowest bidder's bid was not '"in
form,'" so said the judge before
whom the case waa, tried. Judges
render some queer decisions some
times.
With the bare exception of the
crazy anarchist who runs the Pasco
News the state press has been unani
mous in its approval of President
Roosevelt dining Booker Washing
ton or anybody else that he might
choose to dine. It's a matter that
concerns him and no one else.
The Pan-American exposition, like
most American expositions of this
country, closed its gates last week,
owing in the neighborhood of $4,
--000,000, and yet some enthusiasts
are reporting it a success. It's suc
cess must lie in its indebtedness, i
which it will never be able to liqui-1
date.
Seattle, unless we fail to correctly
read the signs of the times, will have
one of the three nominations for ,
members of the lower house of con
gress from this state next year
whether she gets a senator or not.
She proposes first to get a congress
man and then fight for the senator;
that is what the other fellow did and
succeeded pretty well at it.
Every man, woman and child in
the United States can give thanks
with a fervency that knows no
bounds the 28th of this month, for
the Lord has abundantly blessed
them, though they cannot forget
the fact that one of their most noble
brethren was most cowardly slain
since the last annual Thanksgiving
day.
For once the White River Journal
hit the nail on the head when it said:
"The Republican party has more to
fear from a few fomenters of discord
than it has from the Democratic
party." Quite right yon are, and
from just such fomenters as bolted
the Republican party last year—not
exactly bolted it. but stabbed it in
the back.
By a vote of thirty-seven to seven
teen the Virginia constitutional con
vention reconsidered the free speech
clause and now its citizens can shoot
off their mouths and talk through
their hats as much as they ever did. j
If it be true that Miss Stone be j
dead, then the Turkish government
should be held to a strict account
for the dastardly outrage.
When W\ J. Bryan advises Presi
dent Roosevelt to not accept the
next presidential nomination at the
hands of the Republican party, he
has a personal reason for so doing, as
he expects to be the Democratic
nominee, and should Roosevelt be
the Republican nominee there
would be no more show of Bryan be
ing elected than there would be for
a ten-pound lump of ice to pass
through Hades.
No one doubts of Admiral
Schley's personal bravery, but it's
his personal ego that is so objection
able. He seems to have flagrantly
disobeyed the orders of his superior
officer, all because he was not pleas
ed with the way that they were pro
moting the men in the service.
Whether he or they were right it
was his duty to do as commanded,
and in his failure so to do he merited
a severe reprimand.
The coming congress is said to
not favor the admissiion of Okla-!
homa, Xew Mexico and Arizona
territories as states, and some corre
spondent from Washington City
puts a political phase on the ques
tion by saying, "Congress will op
pose the proposition, because those
territories if admitted as states
would likely go Democratic and
thereby jeopardize the success of the
Republican candidate for president
in 1904." Regardless of what the
politics of those states might be we
believe that neither congress nor
President Roosevelt would stop to
consider that for a minute, but if
they had a sufficient number of per
sons to warrant their admission as
states they would be admitted post
haste whether they be Democratic or
Republican in the future.
NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL LAND
Notice is hereby given that on the 14th
day of December, 1901, at the hour of 2
o'clock in the afternoon, on said day, at
the door of the Court House in King
County, Washington, the following de
scribed school land will be sold at public
auction to the highest bidder therefor,
to-wit:
N. E. 14 of N. W. i/i. Sec. 16, Twp. 26,
R. 5 E., 40 acres, appraised at $120. ou.
Timber appraised at $7. r)2.00.
S. E. % of N. \V. J4, same section, 40
acres, appraised at $120.00. Timber ap
praised at $692.00.
Separate bids received for land and
timber.
Said school land will be sold for not
less than the appraised value and subject j
to the improvements situated thereon,
and as appraised by the Board of State
I^and Commissioners in the manner pro
vided by law, a statement of hwich is
now an file in the office of the Auditor
of said County.
Terms of sale are: Under contract, j
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
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at any time and obtain a deed.
The purchaser of such land will be re
quired to pay at the time of_ sale not
less than the appraised value of any Im
provements or valuable material on such
land in full, in addition to the one-te,nth
of the sale price.
The above described school lands are
offered for sale by virtue of an order of I
the Board of State Land Commissioners, |
made on the 30th day of October. 190],
duly certified and on file in office of said
County Auditor.
GEO. B. LAMPING.
County Auditor.
Per J. P. AGNEW, Deputy.
Dated at Seattle, Wash., this 7th day
of November, 1901.
Seattle Republican, iw.
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! 1. B. HUTGHiNSON CO. j
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
SEATTLE, WASH.
Paid up capital $150,000
JAMES D. HOGE. Jr., President.
LESTER TURNER. CashW.
MAURICE M'MICKEN, Vice Presic nt
R. F. PARKHURST, Asst. Cashier.
A general banking business transacted.
Letters of credit sold on all principal
cities of the world. Special facilities for
collecting on British Columbia, Alaska
and all Pacific Northwest points.
We have a bank at Cape Nome.
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I McLaren & Thomson |
* Cor. and Aye. and Pike, Seattle, Wash. J
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Fancy Millinery, Ladies' Tailor
made Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Fancy
French Flannel and Silk Waists,
Fur Jackets, Capes and Collarettes.
We always sell the best goods at
the lowest prices.
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M. D. P&fISE-JOftNSON GO.
1109 SeGond Aye., Seattle
I Diamond Ice is tne oest—lasts the
lf\f\ longest. Telephone Main 1059. Dia
-11 ,r, mond Ice and Storage Co. Corner
■W/ Western avenue and Union street.
\kl I Dry wood and kindling dcliv-
Wlf A A ered to your house. Lloyd &
WIII II I Phillips. 1307 Seventh avenue.
I f \J\J \A Telephone Green 1340.
"1" I For the community. Awnings
I AM TA in abundance. Canvas goods
I 111 IN of all kinds. Felitz &Co., 117
I VlllU YeslerWay. Phone Main
W\ "~ "~ I ■ "H. H7l)earborn & Co. Tide
|< ITW Land Kings. Real Estate
1 Ir/rl I I V tight and sold. Haller bldg.
■I \J I IJf Tel. Blue 871. P.O. box 412.
Ox I ■ Crayon and Pastelle work
\TllnlA one and taught. John No-
111111 l eleDerg. 1327 Second avenue
WIUUIV Picture frames made.
f\ 1 Help furnished for din
■ OIOPQP ncr Pities and public
\jfl Itl I 111 receptions. JohnT. Gay-
VMIVI VI ton.stewart Rainier club
1/ I I Of the latest and best
X AnOI/P makes. Photogarphsup
fXULltlKS plies- WashingtonDen
llVUUlXU tal Co., Seattle? Wash.
F" Walker Portrait and
I" Pd IT! Picture Co. 1424 Third
1 I til Ili^ aye FraDQes made to
1 "^^IIIV/VJ suit you. Agts. wanted.
THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN.
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Wm§ STOVES and RANGES
A^*pi^|§|i^£ Have arrived. The Garland Range has no equal on the
>^^^^^^^* market. We have handled this celebrated range exclusively
~^" ior years and we know, and our patrons know the merits of ;
the Garland made by the Michigan Stove Co. Come in and inspect our new stock. I
GEO. H. WOODHOUSE CO.
PHONE MAIN 944 1409 SECOND AYE.
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TT I Flour and feed bought
Inn /4 W\f\ and sold. Try them for
1 IrilliilS ood oods- A. Dillon
I lUUVIU & Co., Seattle, Wash.
f\ 111 Shoes half soled while
I "/\ |-\ r\ I f\ m you wait. Golden rule
IllllllllKl observed. G. H. Craw.
\J\JK/KJt\Jl ford. 1412 Third avenue
r\ I for inv'stm't and im
l<l IOIIIAOO provement. Ger. Am.
nilSllllfSS Inv'stm'nt Co. 813 3d
WUOII IvOO aye. Phone Main 1000.
IB II Wheeler & Wilson
11/ l OOninAO and Domestic. H.
11l ri I . I fiN Hansen. 215Colum-
I f I \A\J 1 I I I I \J O bia, phone Bl'k 1621
fill Root, Palmer and
#9 TT A I* n /O Brownlawyersand
Ml I II IfiVS Practitioners Pio-
II K\J I llVjfO neer Block.
r\ ■ I That will last a
I 1 I O ITT! f\ nrl O lifetime. Jewelry
UI Q I IUI IU O r all Una*. W.H.
fc# IUI I I VI IMU w inC k,Bl62dave.
f"\ | | I Stylish station
\TlTlAnAr\/ ery,fine printing.
LjlrilKfllrii V Denny- corryell
WlUllV/IIVI W Co. 716-lst Aye.
II /\s\4> r\ Fresh and cured as good as
HA P/l] the market affords. Gem
IVI r \( l \\*S Market, 62ft Pike St. Phone
IIIUUUC/ Main
/^ /\ rv /\ r\ Teas-Spices, Baking Pow-
IvfITTPPv ders, Butter. Eggs and
UUIIuUd Cheese. 603 Pike, Phone
V/\/lIUUC/ Red 3851.
1 ■■ m Ka« Stetson Post Mill Co. Es
I BilTiriPP tablished in 1875. All ma
blllllUul S 3 dl eed - Phone
n /\/vI/]/\M<fi Get a $10,000 accident
Tll\lvlflPll insurance policy for
lllunlinilll $25.00 per year. J. A.
1 lUUIUUIIU Keilog, 219 Bailey bldg
/^tarwrk/^rvwl* Bakln Powders, pur
|<PPVivPnT est and best. Your
111 n All mll h Grocer has them. Se-
V/l UC/UUIIU attle product.
ll'trarliir'^Kin Pritchard Hardware
ri/IPfIU//IPP Co-417 Pike St. Me-
I 111 llWfl T\ chanics' Tools and
I IUI UllUl U Sporting Goods.
Port Orchard
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DAILY SERVICES
Bremerton, (U. S. Navy Yard and Dry Dock)
Charleston and Sidney
STEAMERS
HTHLON, DHUNTLESS
INLHND FLY6R
From Columbia Dock. Foot of Columbia Street
Leaves Seattle—6.4o, t9.30, 10.30 a. m. tl. 15, 2.15
*6.30 p. m.
Leaves Bremerton—B.oo, 9.00 and 11.00 a. m..
1.00, 3.30, *5.30 p. m.
Leaves Sidney-7.30, 8.:», a. m., 12.30,5.00 p. m.
Leaves Charleston—B.4s a. m,, i>.4r..r..ir,p. m
FOR PLEASANT BEACH
Take steamers leaving Seattle at Mi a. m., 2.15
and 6.30 p. m.
Leave Pleasant Beach and Beans Point for
Seattle 8.15 a. m., 5.45 p. m.
tTo Bremerton only, (U. S. Dry Dock).
♦Saturday only—Steamers will leave Bremer
ton on extra trip at 6.15 p. m. Leave Seattle at
5.00 and 11.30 p. m. No trip at 6.30.
Sunday only, extra trip-Leaves Seattle at
10 p. m. for Bremerton, Sidney and Charleston.
Fare 50 Cents, Round Trip.
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o Buy at PEARSOLL \\ I
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-11l |f\ pounded at PIKE
L/IVUUCJ STREET PHAR
MACY, 419 Pike. Tel. Main 933
ROSLYN COAL
i TIME TRIED
AND
* FIRE TESTED
After two years use in Seattle I
it stands alone the favorite
Domestic Coal
Phone Union 24 Phone Main 588
Deliveries North ol Pike Deliveries South of Pike
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AS YOU LIKE IT, STYLISH
AND UP TO DATE.
Frank's Place | 807 a Rail-
Seattle GlotHes Pressing 60.
Ladies' and gents' clothing
cleaned, dyed and repaired
We call lor and deliver promptly.
Phone Buff 10W 1007 Third Avenue
FOR
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CLOAKS, MILLINERY
AND MENS rURMISHINGS
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WILSON'S!
Second Avenue and University Street J
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,
981 Second Aye., - SEATTLE, WASH.
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TWO TRAINS DAILY
To the East, Leaving Seattle at 7.45
a. m. and 7.50 p. m.
PULLMAN, TOURIST,
DINING AND
OBSERVATION CARS
No Train Compares With the
NORTH COAST LIMITED \
The Short Line to Kansas City and
All Southern Points, with
Through Car Service.
For information, maps and tickets, call on or
write to
I. A. NADEAU, General Agt. Seattle, Wash, j
C. HARLTON. A. G. P. A. Portland, Or !
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| PAGIFIG GOA3T CO. |
' < Phone Main 92 jj
STOCK
FISH.
We are just in receipt of an invoice of
very fine "genuine imported" Stock Fish. j
This fish belongs to the cod family, and !
is fonnd in its most perfect state in the
waters off the coast of Norway 'and Swe-!
den. It is highly prized for its delicate j
flavor, rich, white meat, and superior
nutritive qualities. If you want some
thing out of the ordinary, and an agree- j
able change, try these.
Louch, Augustine & Co.
Bis. 817 First Arenue
Phone. Main 148.
riCE^CREAjini
0 And ices for Sunday. Order $\
J| from us and get the purest \
% and best made in Seattle. J
J All flavors. Free delivery, f
I I.X.LCREAMERY \
d 811 3rd Aye. Tel. Main 948 |
Hf I ivFvrPSni t The imnant science j
11.1/LAI LTtn3ULL of optics is not a side I
A|V f?T\ issue with us. We j
vt^i Bf^-'-'-^ have most complete !
•7SJ HwlmlFv^ I °Ptica establishment
PWjX "USffil^l in the state, and do •
"j '&s*--J!?*BKKMf™ ' work luicker and bet- '•
Xi..vSSsm^ ter here than an ■
wncrc else *
OPTICIAN, 708 SECOND AYE.
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BONNEY & STEWART M
UNDERTAKERS
THIRD and COLUMBIA ]
Preparing bodies <or shipping a specialty. \
orders telephone or telegraph promptU" i
attended to. Telephone Main 13. |
D. B. SPELLMHN
Pracrical Plnrober and Gasfltter. Sanitary
Plumbing a specialty.
2i2 Columbia St.
BANKS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
COMMERCE
H. C. Henry, Pres. R. R. Spencer, Cashier
PEOPLE'S SAVING BANK
Second an<l Pike.
Capital - - . . fioo.oon
E. C. Neufelder, President
.Tamesl B. Hayden, Manager.
.1. T. Greenleaf, Ass't Cafthie
Deposits received from $1 to $10,1)00 ; 4 per
ent interest allowed on vjugs dej osits
THE PUGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK
OFSKATTLK
Capital Stock paid in - - - *s<>B 000
Surplus 35.'000
Jacob Furth, President; J S. Goldsmith, Vice-
President; R. V. Ankeny, Cashier
Correspondence in all the principal cities of the
United States and Europe
THE SCANDINAVIAN RMERIGfIN BfINK
OF SEATTLE, WASH.
CAPUA! .SIOO,OOO
Deposits 11,509,000
A. Chilberg, Pres.: E. L. Grondahl. Ist Vice-
Prts.; o. O. Starle,2nU Vice-Pres.; A. H.
Soelberg, Cashier.
Transacts a general banking busines- .iter
est paid on time and savings deposits. Drafts
mouey orders issued on all parts i f «he world.
ABBO
(THE WOXDKR DOCTOR)
MAKESTHEBLIMO SEE.THE DEAFHEAB
The Lame Walk, and Cures the Weak, Nervous
speptlc, Rheumatic ami Paral.vtic in a most re
markable manner by a new system of iMeclicine
from Europe.
FREE! FREE!
A BBC'S Extraordinary Oiler to sick People.
Free for 15 Days Only
All who visit Ablio belore Bept 14iu will receive
FR K TuNTIt ttCDREDr Ud T"»taM»«
No Charge Except
Necessary Medicines
The Deaf, Lame, Blind and Rheumatic are cured
without cost and without price by a new system ot
Medicine trom Europe. No laying on haud or faith
ABBO cures have puzzled the whole medical fra
ternity and astonished the world. He uses a cer
tain secret preparations and imported trom .Europe.
His treatment ie (UlCi£. permanent, aud he protects
bis patients by taklliS°uly those that can be cured.
.no living man has made the record that ABBO
has in eight years' time in America. Jle has re
ceived more testimonials and sworn atlidavits than
any living physician.
A 880 treats no acute deseases, but makes an en
tire specialty of chronic diseases. Long standing
cases given up by doctors and pronuwDced Incura
ble he most desires to see.
ALL SUFFERERS
From Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Liver, Kidney,
htoniach and Biood Disorders, Piles. Catarrh and
Bladder Troubles, Rheumatism, Paralysis Neural
gia or Sciatica and Kpilepsy
SHOULD CALL AT ONCE
Special Quick Treatment for All Dis
eases of Women and Diseases
Peculiar to Men.
Special attention is given to diseases of the Eye,
n..«'i Now and Throal ABBO will introduce nis
painless and wonderful method of straighUMHas
cross-Eyes, removing Cataracts and all other sur
gical deseases of the eyes.
Office Hours, 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
ABBO MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
INSTITUTE
Permanently Located. Entire Building.
1119 First Avenue Seattle
THE
NORTHWESTERN'S
FAST MAIX
THE
NORTHWESTERN
I/INE
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
Tins assures passengers from the
west making connections.
The 20th Century train, "the finest
in thenvorld," leaves St. Paul every
'lay 111 the year at 8.10 p. m.
F. W. PARKEU.
151 Yesler General Atent
151 Tester Way. Seattle Waah.
Moran Bros. Company
Manufacture and Sell
LUMBER
For All Purposes
SEATTLE - - - WASH.
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o Teiephond Main 1191 |
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jl GENERAL ENGINEERS 3E
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f 110 Railroad Avenue ii
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