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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

Low branches, tempest fearing, Reach out toward nun and sea; The bud fhat keeps straight upward I< that which makes the tree. THE REFORMERS DAWN. Ellensburgh, Wash. Nov. 1893. Vol. 1. PUBLISHED MONTHLY. R. A. TURNER EDITOR. ECONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE* From Club-raisers 2 Cream—Not Skim Milk 2 A Political Blunder 8 Soul and Body For Sale 4 Consoling Remarks 4 We Have a Gold Standard. . 5 Senate Vote on Repeal Bill. . 5 Greeting 6 Editorial Notes 7 Dawn's News and Notes. ... 8 Home Doctor 8 Poetry—Twin Ballots 9 Advertisements 10- Foster's Weather Notes 11 Advertisements 12 "Get up a club for Dawn. Address all Communications to THE DAWN. Box 674. Ellensburgh, Wash. For the future in the distance, For the cause that, needs assist ance, For the wrongs that lacks resistance, And the good that we can do. 25 CENTS PER YEAR. MARY E. HOB ART will speak at the following towns on her return to the Sound: Pasco, Nov. 27th. North Yakima, Nov. 28th. Ellensburgh, at 7:30 Nov. 29th. Roslyn, Nov. 30...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

FROM OUR CLUB-RAISERS. Siuce our announcement in five of the leading Reform journals that we proposed starting a genuine Reform monthly maga zine In this city, the following named per sons have sent- in clubs of subscribers as follows: W. A. Bull, Ellensburgb, 20 G. B. Kent, Pres. Wash. State Union, 16 W. H. Beck, Ellensburgb, Wash, 10 Sarah McGonnell, Center Moreland, Pa, 10 Fred C. Burfield, Nowata, Ind. Ter., 8 G. A. Robinson, Sharon, Wash., 6 B. W. Whitehall, Scranton City, lowa, 4 G. W. Rlake, Center, Wash, 3 The following parties have sent two new subscriptions: J. W. Carpenter, Clover, Wash.; John M. Laßue, Lima, O.; Mrs. S. S. Long, Golden dale, Wash*; Robt. Brigham, Franklin, Pa; S. E. Jones, Bucoda, Wash. Single subscriptions were sent us by: W. H. Enos, Enos, Fla.; Jno. Ohmart, Terre Haute, Ind ; B. T. Allen, Coffeeville, Kan.; C. M. Coleman, Butte, Mont.; Col. E Colyer, Howard, Kan.; J. McMurdy, Allen town, N. Y.; Ed McCaffrey, Olneyville, li. I; W. G. Prewitt, Boilston,...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

T3CE R£FOR9933R'S MWN. VOL. 1. ELLENSBURGH, WASH., NOV. 1893. NO. 1. A Political Blunder. The Democratic party is in full control of every branch of the Govern ment and can therefore be justly held to a full and complete respon sibility for all national legislation. The leaders of that party know that the unconditional repeal of the Sherman law means the ut ter and complete ruin of their party in the South and West. Does any one think for a moment that the Democratic party is ready and anx ious to destroy itself? Are the leaders blind to the con dition with which they are con fronted ? Some in the East may be, but not those in the South and West. While the acquirers of wealth are making a great amount of noise, the producers of wealth are doing more thinking than ever before. The time is near at hand when the party that secures their vote will be obliged to do something more than to make promises. From the Populist point of veiw, the situation is an interesting one. If the Democrati...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

Soul and Body The New York World For Sale. of a recent date gives the following account of a young man who desired to sell himself for the support of his moth er: "I am a young man 27 years old, 5 feet and 9 inches in height, weigh 138 pounds, am sound in every re spect, and am for 6ale to the person who will agree to pay a reasonable sum to my mother, whom I have tried to support, but failed. The person purchasing me must agree to pay her a certain sum of money each week as long as she lives, in return for which the pur chaser can do with my body and soul as he or she may choose. I do this only to save a poor lame woman, 65 years old, who has prov ed my friend when all else had de serted me, and has shared my pov erty without grumbling, when she deserved better things. I have tried every honest means known to find employment, and now I make this last effort to do some good so that I may at least have some excuse for existing. I will make a willing and devo ted slave, and do not car...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

We have A gold Standard. THE UNITED STATES KICKS OVERBOAD THE ADVICE OF ITS FOUNDERS AND ADOPTS THE ENGLISH POLICY. THE -VEIL IS REMOVED—DEMOCRATS AND RE PUBLICANS JOIN HANDS TO REPEAL. Washington, D. C., Oct. bu. — The three months' campaign fur un conditional silver repeal is practi cally ended. A few minutes alter 7 o'clock this evening the Senate passed the Voorhees bill oy a vote oi 43 to 32, as follows: yeas. Aldricii, Hale, Plait, Brice, Hawley, Proctor, Caflery. Higgens, <4uay, Camden, Hill, Ransom, Carey, Hoar, Sherman, Cullom, Hun ton, ttmith, Davis, Lindsey, Squire, Dixon, Lodge, Stockbridge, Dolph, McMillan, Turpie, Faulkner, McPherson, Vilas, Frye, Manderson, Voorhees, GALLENGER, Mills, VV ASHBUK.N, Gibson, Mitchell (Wis) White, (La) Gorman, Morrill, Gray, Murphy. 43 NAVS. ALLEN. Goerge, Power, Bate, Harris, Pugh, Berry, iRBY, Roach, Blackburn, Jones,(Ark) Shoup, Butler, JONES, (Nev.) STEWART, Cameron, KYLE, Teller, Call, Martin, Vance, Cockrell, Pasco, Vest, Coke, P...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

THE REFORMER'S DAWN. PUBLISHED MONTHLY. R. A. TURNER. EDITOR. TERMS, 25 CENTS A YEAR. GREETING. Ever since the introduction of the newspaper system as a means of disseminating news and knowledge, those who have taken the editor ship of any journal have usually outlined, in the first issue, the prin ciples they expect to advocate and the policy they intend to pursue. Politically speaking, we shall ad vocate the principles of the Peoples' Party as promulgated at Omaha, Neb., July 4th, 1892; and shall champion the cause of Reform in general. We believe that only the Government should be allowed to issue money; that the Government should loan money direct to the people at a rate of interest not to exceed 3 per cent.; that all money money put in circulation should be absolute irredeemable money, and a full legal tender for all debts and dues to and from the Government and between man and man; that the volume of money should be in creased to at least .>6O. per capita, and that said vol...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

EDITORIAL NOTES. A word to the wise, investigate. Pardon us, who pays for the soap used in our public school for wash ing the childrens mouths? The Populists made heavy gains in Kansas. The indications are that we carried bo to 75 counties. Read the names of Dawn club raisers elsewhere in this issue, iou can get up a good club if you try. .Next month we will publish the full vote of the House on the un conditional repeal of the silver law. The merchant who sends east lor his butter and eggs can't blame the rancher for buying his groceries in the east. Our party made satisfactory gains in Kentucky. It is firmly believed that we carried seven or eight counties. Hit 'em again! The Congressional Campaign of 1894 has already commenced. Start a quiet, healthy growth of Reform sentiment by pushing the Dawn. Is Senator Squire to have control of the federal patronage in Wash., in return for his vote with Cleve land democracy on the repeal bill? 9 If you think we don't intend to "get there" r...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

■DAWN'S NEWS AND NOTES." W. W. Stone returned from the Methow country recently and says times are fearful hard in that part of the State. Quadrangular Debate and Dawm one year for 86 cents! Mrs. S. T." Sterling died Tuesday morning, Nov. 7th. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved husband and family. "The Sub-Treasury and Land- Loan System," price 25 cents, kept on sale at the Cyclone. The Courier, is a new Populist paper just launched on tne journal istic sea at Roslyn, by R. xi. Nor ton. It's a dandy and should be well supported. Don't forget the Cyclone or Cash Racket if yuu want tu reform. Most of the ranchers seem to be considerably behind with their fall work. Oil cloth 20 cents, buggy whip 10 cents, Alarm Clock $1., line heavy Merino and Camel hair underwear 11. per suit at the Cyclone. \Y. A. Bull has for some days past been engaged in collecting the road and poll tax. 5 and 10 Cent Counters at the Cyclone or Cash Racket. Ihe City dads are having some of the man-holes in the...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

THE TWIN BALLOTS. Along in November when chill was the weather, Two ballots were cast in a box together, They nestled up close like brother to brother, You couldn't tell one of the votes from the other. Chnrcs—They were both rum votes, And sanctioned the license plan, But one was cast by a jolly old brewer, And one by a Sunday-school man. The Sunday-school man —no man could be truer— Kept busy all summer denouncing the brewer; But his fevor cooled off with the change in the weather, And late in the autum they voted together. The Sunday-school man had always been noted, For fighting saloons except when he voted; He piled up his prayers with a holy perfection, Then knocked them all down on the day of election. The foxy old brewer was cheerful and mellow; Said he, "I admire that Sunday-school fellow; He's true to his church—to his pacty he's truer; He talks for the Lord, but he votes for the brewer." j Chicken % Hog Cholera Cure! Having secured the agency for sale of this valuable Reci...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

F. A. & I. U. STATE OFFICERS: President, G. B. Kent, PalouseCtty. Vice-Pres, R. J Chard, Quilcene. Sec-Treas, Samuel E. Jones, Bucoda. Lecturer, M. F. Knox, Seattle* Aa't Lecturer, L. E. Rader, Montesano. ( H. F. Uesse, Spokane. Ex.ComJ G. A. Robinson, Sharon John McDonald, Snohomish. Kittitas County Union Meet on Ist Saturday in cach at 1 p. m.,at their Hall in Ellensburgh. S. C. Davidson, President. Money To Loan ON FARMS. rT «V« MA ellensburgh, . Leonnara, wash. NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE WHEAT For sale. Call on P. H. W. ROSS, At the Office of the WASHINGTON FINANCE & TRUST CO. Storage, Insurance and LOANS. B°We call special attention to an adver lllph'o| D v Vk 18sue of the Alarm bv Mrs. Rachtl V. Ihomas, Cowarts, Ala., of a Host and Chicken Cholera Cure, which from what we can learn, is a sure cnrp \ reliable ChrtMta Cd"u,eW I wifp nf farn } e r and Aliianceman and the Send 50 e?s Tr ' neSB an(l p <>P«»*t. oena ou cts., for a recipe and family ri^hr It might s...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

The incorporation of the Washi ngton Aluminum Manufacturing eJo., of this city, will develop a new nd profitable industry for the tate. It will bring a million dol ' irs annually to this State. Twen y thousand shares of stock will be at $5 a share for immedi etely putting the works in opera tion, utilizing Hirch's electric pro jess. Prof. Briggs has succeeded in > etting a company formed and we Earnestly hope the works will be i»ushed to speedy completion ! WINTER STORMS. ! Comrade Foster of Mo., has this •o say concerning the winter storms ■n Washington: For the purpose of testing plane ,ary meteorology please publish the ollowing: More severe weather than usual rill occur from Nov. 22d to Dec. th, and immediately following this >eriod a severe cold wave may be ixpected. Winter storm waves will :ross the country about Nov. 23d i.nd 29th and Dec. sth. January veather will be of unusual interest md I will mail a chart giving a ;raphic forecast of temperature, •ainfall and force...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 November 1893

"Everybody's Law Book,'' Is the title of tbe new 764 pa>{e work prepar ed by J. Alexander koones, LL. 8., mem ber of the Few York Bar. It enables every man and woman to be their own lawjer. It teaches what are your rights and how to luaiutain them. W hen to betfin a law sun and when to sgun one. It coutains the sue ful information every business man ueeds in every State in the Union. It contains busi ness forms of every variety useful to tbe law yer as well as to ail who have lejcal business to transact. Inclose $2. for a copy, or two cent postage stamp for a table of contents and terms to atrents. Address, Bknj. W\ Hitchcock, I'ub., (6-6) 385 Sixib Ave., New York. Do You Read? If you do not, you are waist ing-your life. Reform literature is what you want and need! THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER. —KALKIGH, N. C.— I* organ of the North Carolina State Alii ance, and the leading Reform paper of the ooutLeaht. It combine* information with entertainment, making it a first-class fami ly newspa...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

Low braucbes, tempest fearing, lleaeh out toward sun and sea; '1 lie bud that keeps straight upward Is that which makes the tree. THE REFORMERS DAWN. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Ellensburgh Post-Office, Dec. 12th, 1893.] Vol. 1. Ellensburgh, Wash. Dec. 1893. No. 2. PUBLISHED MONTHLY. Jot 25 CENTS PER YEAR. R. A. TURNER EDITOR. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE,* The Populist Intact 14 The Record of a Renegade 15 The Gold Bugs Win 16 Vote on Repeal Bill 16 Democratic Prayer 17 Row in the \v hite Jiouse la Call lor Populist Conference. . .16 Notes of interest 18 Editorials: Silver Party Rot 19 That New Silver Party,. .20 News and notes zl Words of Warning 22 Our Book Table 22 Extraordinary Offer 23 Special Offer 23 Club Rates 23 Exchange Notices 23 Advertisements 24 Address all Communications to THE DAWN. Box 674. Ellensburgh, Wash. For the future in the distance, For the cause that needs assist ance, For the wrongs I hat lacks resistance, And the good that we can do. T. V. POWDERLY.

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

THE POPULIST INTACT, After all the lies that the Ore gonian has published regarding the disintegration of the People's par ty, claimed to be shown by the late election, that same gold bug sheet is now forced to acknowledge the error in the following article under the above headline: The hasty conclusions, announced by ma ny newspapers after the November elections, that tae Populist parly was destroyed, is not confirmed by full returns from the States. lu lowa ttie Populists pulled 23,511 voles, more tnan they ever did before in any elec tion. They show a slow but steady growth there since 1889, as the following figures from the State Register, demonstrates: Populist vote for governor in 1889, 2,579; in 1891, 12,203; in 1893, 23,511. In Nebraska the figures are given by the Omaha Bee, as follows: Republican caudidate, 72,579, Pop ulist, 65,307; Democratic, 37,654. The re publican average for State officers last year was 80,675; Populist 62,228, democrats, 48, 827. Comparisons are ufu...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

TJC3S REFORMER'S I>AW®. VOL. 1. ELLENSBURGH, WASH., DEC. 1893. NO. '2. THE RECORD OF A RENE6ADE. Sir, in the entire catalogue of crimes against human society, none can be found so awful in its conse quences, both immediate and re mote, as a government commits when it deliberately destroys the money of its own citizens. Wher ever in all the regions of time such measures have been accomplished, the horrors of history have taken place. No shrinkage in the amount of money, no contraction of the cur rency in the hands of the people was ever enforced by law to any considerable extent, except among broken lives, ruined hopes, dispair, lost honor, and all the vices spring ing from the lowest depths of pov erty and human misery. The worst ingredients of war, pestilence and famine, all flow from the act of gov ernment violently tearing from the hands of the laboring masses the money they so much need. Mur der, theft, robbery, prostitution, for gery, embezzlement and fraud of every hue and ...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

THE GOLD BUGS WIN IN THE HOUSE. THE VOORHEES REPEAL BILL PASSES IN THE HOUSE BY A VOTE OF 193 TO 94, ON THE FIRST DAY OF NOVEM BER 1893. AMERICA'S FRIEND CHOKED. YEAS. Aaams, Alderson, Aldrich, Apsley, Avery > Babcock, Baker (ft. H.), Baldwin, Banns. Bartlett, Barwig, Belden, Beruhoover, Ber ry, Bingham, Black (Ga.), Blacs Ci•'•)» Blair, Brawley, Breckeuridge (Ark.), Breiz Brickner, Brookshire, Brosius, Brown, Bunn, Bynum, Cabauius,Cadmus, Caldwell, Campbell, Caunon (Cal), Caruth, Catchiugs, Causey, Checkering, Clark (Mo), Cobb (Aio) Bockran, Cogswell, Comptou, Coombs, Cooper (Fla), Cooper (lud), Cooper (Wis), Cornish, Covert, Craiu, Cummings, Curtis (N. Y.), Daniels, Davery (La), DeForest, Dingly, Donovan, Draper, Dunn, Dunph), Durborrow, Edmunds, Euglish, Erdman, Everett, Fellows, Fielder, Fitch, Fldtcher, Formau, Gardner, Geary, Geissenhamer, Gillett (N. Y.), Goldizer, Gorman, Gresh am, Grout, Haines, Hammoud, Haruier, Barter, Hanger, Henderson (la), Heudrix, Hitt, Hines, Holm...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

THE DEMOCRATIC PRAYER. A recent copy of the Gunnison (Colo.) Tribune contained the fol lowing prayer. Previous to the close of the democratic county con vention last Tuesday, Ed. Croke, Mayor of Irwin, arose and all the delegates reverently bowed their heads while he offered prayer to Al mighty, Cleveland. The voice was tilled with emotion and the reporter found it difficult to get every word. But here it is: "To Almighty Cleveland: Oh, almighty and all-powerful Cleveland, wbo art iu Washington when not fishing; thou who art ihe lather of Kuth aud Kuth's sister aud Ma ria iJalpin's boy, Oscar, and the god-father of the democratic party, (its father wouldn't own it if he were here), we hail thy name as the gieat political prophet of the century. We bow down belore tne in humble politi cal obedience. When tliou sayestgo, we go: when thou say est couie, we come. We nave no desire but to serve ttiee. it lUou sayest black Is white we will swear to it anu lick the everlaslin' siufliu' out...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

thank thee for low prices. We thank Ihee for the banks, that have busted and the thousands of business failures since thou haatcome into power- We thank thee for the hard times. We thank thee for the rags our children wear. We thank thee for the clothes our wife needs and can't get. We thank thee for what thou hast done for the banker aud what thou hast not done for ttie people. We thank thee for all these things because it is our duty as a good democrat to ao so. It may be "against the grain," but we will take oar medicine. We will worn our wives to death, starve our children, sac rifice our homes, crucify our liberty and kill prosperity, but we will never go back on our dear old party, aud on the, our most adored Cleveland. Thou art more account than all of us put together. Thou knowest more than the South aud West. Call us fool; spit in our faces; wipe your feet on us; we love thee all the more. And now our great po litical father, we leave us in thy care. Do with us "as thou wil...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

TUB 3U3FOHM339TS VOL. 1. BLLENSBURGrH, WAS IT., DEC. 1893. NO. '2. THE REFORMER'S DAWN, —(o) PUBLISHED MONTHLY. R. A. TURNER, EDITOR. (0) TERMS, 25 CENTS A YEAR. up a club for Dawn. Arrangements are now being pefected by the Populist of this county to build a large Labor Hall in this city. Every Populist in the county can give something toward helping build a Hall W. A. Thomas is the happy father of a lit tle Populist. 50 Envelops for 5 cents at the Cyclone or Cash Racket. The Gospel Preacher, formerly published in this city as a monthly, is now to be pub lished weekly at Wellington, Kans. 5 and 10 Cent Counters at the Cyclone or Cash Racket. Can't you donate a cord of wood, or a ton of hay, or a, few bushels of wheat, oats, po tatoes, or a load of lumber toward building a Hall? If so, bring the same to the store of E. A. Willis, and'get a receipt for it. There is too much freedom in this country, rather than too little. —Indianapolis Journal. The business who refuses to patronize a...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

L. A. Vincent, Will practice in all the Courts of the State. Office over Suipes Bank. F.LLENSBUHGH, WASH. Money To Loan ON FARMS. _ ■ « 1 ELLENSBUR3H, F, Leonhard, wash. A Co-operative Village Send your name and address on a postal card for information regarding this enter prise. You may become a charter member and secure a home and permanent employ ment withut money. A start for a New and Nobler Civilization. Thk Coming Nation, [2—4] Greensburg, Indiana. Everybody ought to see at least one copy of the great popular Catholic publication that is Revolutionizing economic thought and wiping out religious bigotry. $2.00 A YEAR. Representatives wanted in every city, and village. We want ladies and gen tlemen, who can give satisfactory refer ences, and we will pay well for then services. Address, Subscription Dep't, 611 Washington St., Boston, Mass. The Western Photo Co., continue to lead in low prices and good pho tographs. Call and see them. Pictures made at hard times pri ces at the We...

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