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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 August 1894

THE VOL. i. DOES FARMING PAY? It pays the road that handles the grain. It pays the store that keeps from rain. It pays the agents when they sell, It pays insurance very well, It pays the banks that make the loans, It pays the man the mortgage owns, It pays the shops that makes machines, It pays the merchants all his liens, It pays the tax, federal and States. It pays the trusts to keep up rates, It pay everybody so grand, Except the man who forms the land. Does farming pay and people bless?— Of course it does. Now all say yes' JOHN SHER.MAX SAT'S I have often been asked not only in .this chamber, but outside, how it comes that the silver dollar was dropped from among the coins of this country. The answer is lhat in 1873 when these statutes were so carefully revised, the silver dollar as provided in the then ex isting law was worth more than a dollar in gold, more in the money market of the world. There was no use then is suing the dollar, because it would go in to the melting pot, b...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 August 1894

THE KEFIII!.MEirS DAWN. ;(>) R. A. TURN ICR, KIM TOR. W'fek'/// Eilitinn :>()<■ /'>'/■ )'enr. Monthly Edition H>c /Vr )'<'ar. | tlnli'i'cil as 2ml. Class Matlcr sil I In- 101 l«M»s - Dec. J'Jilt, IMKI. J M'BLISI I I'D WKhKLV A MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. R.P. Edgington, PRESIDENTT. WM. VonNeida, VICE '• S. C. Davidson, TREASURER. R. A. TURNER, SECRETARY. Board of Directors: T.J. RAndall, Phil Olmstead, G.C. Charltonn, W. H. McKee, A 1.. Flint, T. C. Shull, Orsen Steveason, B.P. Sheftlette. J,i.' TATI:oM, K I llo.si-: w Ho I\\T«»>XIZK I'S- oi l: Al>\ i:i: 11 Kits. Wax i'ku: liK.vi r.its ot |»awn to J'AlituM/K llf It Vi>\ KKI ISKKS. T Kksoi.x ki>. That kacii i>kuc<.atk Uom vi i'. Ai.i.ianck) kk ixstim c it:i> to HUIXtJ 111 KoIJK KNI'.HV AI.I.IAXCK THAT vt: i ijk mk.whkks to makh . iJK U . I K» II ASKS Ol M Klti' HAX I'M WHO .■ i i:i:ttsi: in ot'u Ukvokm NKW.siwrKKs. i' .vu years ago we were fed on the ambrosia of democratic expecta tions. ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 August 1894

HOW CONGRESS SPENDS YOUR MONEY. BY Mo.N. TIM)s. !•; WATSON, v i f-A;. i t, \. A« »i'» ti.ii.* .-hu:.' tin- i •••< ;•.ii \V«r have "tls«> p<t*>V . f lliis counin !•'•! i) ill a better {* nine of mind to examine into the conduct <>l iheir rulers. Party tyranny has been rudely shaken by it* own errors. Tarty bosses have'presiinu'd too far, and the people who were blinded by dassion In 1802, *:ow realixe that the keeping of a eer taia set of professional politicians in office is :>ot uecessarialy synonyinus with the salva tion of the Republic. Believing that f.the lime has couie when the honest citi/un, whether idemoer.it or not, would like to know his taxes are being speni, I have been ook'ng iiituj the otlieial reports of the dis bursing officers of the House and Senate, Willi .ii view to tclliug the t.ix-payer eouie things which his party bosses and their hireling newspapers never toll hhn. These reports give an itemized account of the moneys spent by Congress in...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 August 1894

loan jvkws: find hoter. A «if« bree/.e uould feel good. Stf. Fogarty has returned from bis siu-t --wr vacation. 8. W. Barnes and family arc in. the moun fe»ns rusticating. 3. W. Maxey and wife drove down to on Tuesday of thin week. <t>ur fellow townsmen A. h. Flint, went to 'gH.kinia on Wednesday August Ist. Conductor Perry and wife went to Yaki um on Tuenday by private conveyance. «T. C. Hubbell and family nnd Mrs. Dr. jf*sry are camping on the Nanum. fitiy boys, what was the (runs aud watch j»rtb that Bairdw engine mashed'/ The ladies oI the Episcopal Church gave a jjlauj-an 4 lawn party at J. B. Davidsons on Wtesday evening. War. VonNeida and family and O. Steven* ®r>n ard family left on Thursday of tbis week Wkx a law days outing in the Nanum canyon. Sports when sroirrg tishlng during the eloee game «esison should not take shot guns and a£9ci» along for passenger trains to smash C'. V. TTni-m r, (our Clyde), with all of the ■Blanco of th«i Warners, left Thursday for a w...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 19 January 1895

CFOMdat mm , v 1 The law U exceptions ou the ««w passed - J » °- < The National Bank Law, P«« setl )J«. 2», IS*"- j. The Contrition Acf, pawd jfurcn Bfl r W® 4 credit strength en act. on , March I<S l# s ** j, Fund the Sa tional debt, passeil July Htb, lffM- | #, Demonetization of silver, passnl on March 12th, 18?». , 7. The reswrntflon a*,passed Jam-14, 1874. | OUR WASHINGTON CITY LETT Ell. From orn Ukuciak Cokkk»i*oxi>kn r. Washington, Jan. 11, a This has been a fateful week in v Cwgress. The House deliberately 1 crushed the administration eurren- a ey bill and gave its czars—the e« mi mittee on Rules—a black eye. by ■ t rotiug down the ovder reported * from that committee, fixing a time j tovote on the currency bill, by a < vote of 129 to 122. There is still I i talk of a new currency bill that will , • get the snppovt of the silver men j s I>y providing for an extended use ; ' of silver money, but the general i impression is that no financial leg- I islation will ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 19 January 1895

WE EK f. V _l).\ V -V N R. A. TCRNKR. EDITOR. JVnaklu Edition, '>')■■ I'fir Ytar. Monthly Edition, lOn I'nr }w. \ fX;BUSHES LV */. MONTHLY BY T»E DAWK PUBLISHIM6 CO, (Entire's *•» ind. '."»»» VfiV-fcr at tbft KifMr j- f -'> . lr«r f on, oth, J. P. P. Kington, , Urn. VonNfti'Ja, Vice Pr^i'iftn'.. fc. C. Davidson, Treasurer. K. A Trirrror .Secretary. Ot't'ff R«HiTfi* ■» *f> in < Al»\% RMKK. HATr.*kr>Av. JA.V. 10TH. 1805. TR v Tin. I).\w.N a year. \\'HKfcK?ir. the man in Ellensburg that refuse* to work for a dollar a day .' Lv ho umwers,'where. Tirk Monthly Dawn ia one fo the bent, 1 -dufatora published on the c»as.t. Only lOcta a year. .-11mh people efarm t.o have suf fered a j/reat deal for Christ's sake. when[„the fact in the casts is, fill their Buffering comes of their dense ignorane. <>.»N'.nK-rMAN SiMLEV of Pa., in a tpeeeh iri the House recently said'. "If ever a rebuke was needed to one who h»s attempted to trample d«w« ttie prerogatives of the people it i...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 19 January 1895

WEEKLY DAWN. R. A. TURNER. EDITOR. (O >T Weekly Edition o()e Per J ear. Monthly Edition 10e Per Tear. PUBLISHED WEEKLY & MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBLISHING GO. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Ellens- Durgh Post-UlHee, Kittitas County, Wash ington, N-ovetaber sth, 1804. ] K. P. Edgington, President. VYm. VonNeida, Vice President. S. 0. Davidson, Treasurer. 11. A Turner. Secretary. OFFICE,; Room* 5 *;« in t'ADWDEIJ. BLOCK. Saturday, Jan. 19th, 1895. Try Tin: Dawn a year. Whkrk'; is the man in Ellensburg that refuses to work for a dollar a day? Echo answers,"where. The Monthly Dawn is one fo the best educators published on the coast. Only lOcts a year. ■come people claim to have suf fered a great deal for Christ's sake, fact in the case is, all their suffering comes of their dense ignorane. Congressman Sibley of Pa., in a ipeech in the House recently said: "If ever a rebuke was needed to one who has attempted to trample dawn the prerogatives of the people it is needed for him w...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 19 January 1895

sinking fund, of $7,4 find in a later bulletin 19, 1892; therefore \ does not give one-hal pal debt of Minnesota true of this State is ti Still we use the low fi Census Bulletin X< debt of the various $145,698,850, Abstract of the 11th 199, gives the debt c school districts as $#(: Poor's Manual for 1 debt of the railroads a 802. In the insurance j (printed by the Spec Y.) for 1884, we find gurauce companies, capital, (which is a < 557,865. This does nc life insurance compatii In the investors' Vol. 6, pages 138 to the debt of 141 miscell panies to be $1,547,815 On pages 155 to 158 debt of 26 trust compa 485,632. There are various otl which we must omit. M7MMAKY. Private $ IT.l T . Telegraph Co., N. Y. Mutual Tel. Co., Am. Hapid Tel- Co., Poetal Telegraph Co., Am. Bell & g u i, Telephone Instance Tel. Co., National Batik*, S»vlnjrs Hanks, Twenty- two States, B*B Municipalities The Wral Counties N»t. Bonded fc Floating, School districts Hailroads J! Fire Insurance C'oV.. Hi...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 19 January 1895

sinking fund, of $7,420,769, as we find inalater bulletin issued March 19, 189-; therefore we can sec it does not give one-half the munici pal debt of Minnesota, and what is true of this State is true of other*?. Still we use the low figures- Census Bulletin No. <i gives the debt of the various counties a.s $145,693,#50, Abstract of the 11th Census, page 199, gives the debt of the several school districts as $3G,701.948. Poor's Manual for 1893 gives the debt of the railroads as $11,443,888, 802. In the insurance pocket index (printed by the Spectator Co., X. Y.) for 1884, we find 167 (ire in surance companies, with a cash capital, (which is a debt) of $71, 557,865. This does not include the life insurance companies. In the investors' supplement, Vol. 6, pages 138 to 152, we find the debt of 141 miscellaneous com panies to be $1,547,813,957. On pages 155 to 158, we find the debt of 26 trust companies :is $333, ■485,632. There are various other combines which we must omit. 8(7 MM-A...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 19 January 1895

-Mfff rsrzi: on our aealcrs c»n sell nra .trachlues ek«ap«r than joxx can. txt The HKW HOME I* * ii r best, ft at we make cheaper klad«* r.xch. as tlte CKI9IAX, IDBAI» uiMr Ulsh Arm Pall Nl«k«l Plated S»**lag SSacUnei for $15.00 and up m<! ant eur aftator write as. We era nt your trade, and f*lp»lees® terms and sqnare dealing*will wf»r we will lave It. We ehalleaee the world to yrodnrce aw BETTER $60.00 Sewlne: Blaehine i'ot iMOi W*®' * fcetter $20* :fs>ich»nefor99o.ootban can ii -.jy sr>>xai at, or onr Jj^atsr THS S3S ?'3?H SEWIS6 MACHMCOL * 3A.sJ)'aiiSciaco, CAU ATi.A»rA, Ua. EOR SALE at Uia Kig«nri War id v yeW'*at hilik*ot-ie, >fo., at ;»0 pis a vpar'. i- rod pirperfor general news, v-- une»>!«p!« , .n''Hhgly Populist, it N m>t local l ' ut intei '.< V \;.t and '.»irwiata» ?u'ill the *tnl>s*. «opv f?ea; RIOH2 &mtY—Lr«* MTSERY. "Hrieif" ;«•«»«• ;t>j» «tn»'S .$ it ivtr» h'M.jf ?r to puMI.-A a moniftly, and in order to say more and ay it ofti ner, ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 26 January 1895

Laws«! Financial Death. 1. The law putting two exceptions 011 tfae OUKKNMACKM passed Feb. "25, '02. 2. The National Bnnk Law, pa*s«d Mur. 25, 18(*f. 3. The Contraction Act, passed March <&b, UW>. 4. Credit strength en act, passed on March 18,18(59. j 5. Fund the Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1*74. C, Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 1873. 7. The resumption act, pa-ssed J?n. 14, 1874. OUR WASHINGTON CITY LETTER. FuOM Our I" C«RRi:flr(>NI»KNy . Washington, Jan. IS, IS9.>. The silver men in Congress are masters of the financial situation to the extent of being able to prevent legislation they do not want, but there is little probability tb»*ir power extending any further; hence , the certainty that there will be no financial legislation at this session. There is a scheme on foot to let j the whole question rest uirtil a few days before the close of the session and then to attempt to rush a bill through the House and the Senate authorizing the issue of...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 26 January 1895

WEEKLY DAWN. j(H R. A. TURNER. EDITOR. ten Weekh•/ Edition &Qc Per 1 "ear. Monthly Edition lib Per hear. PUBLISHED WErKLY & MONTHLY BY IKE SAWR PUBLISHING: CO. iJß'ni vr<'4 us 2nd. Chit's Mutter :vt the Kllenw auryti L'ost-Otiiico, Kiititivs Cotvntvv Wash- November "nil, 18J)4.1 iiTCK'DAV, JXS. 2HTH,. 1895. The wheat crop of Kittitas cottn i\r last year, was estimated at 1,000, DOO- bushels. When silver wa»» on the same footing, with gold r . the far mers of this county would have re eeived a round' million dollars* for theii whar.t;. They are now selling on a I>asis, and get about one third the -value of their eropv This is the nyesent difference between bimetallism, and rnonometal 1 i sm.; it is the difference between a true A merican standard and the standard of England,, adopted and enforced by l&e Cleveland administration.- — f'tpital. The farmers,, like the editor of the Capital,.are gstting what they voted for. Yon. turned up your probossis two years ago and...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 26 January 1895

c ..r cannot tell how the 1 ruth mav bo, j tell tbe tale as 'twas told to mc.» Try an 'ad' i" the Dawn. David Morton is quite sick. If you don't get (he Dawn, you don't get the newe. p. H. W. Ross returned from I Portland on Tuesday. C. H. Stewart now has money on laud to wake farm loans. Money on hand for farm loans. C. fl, Stewart, No. 58 Geddis Block. What is going to happen ? Win dy Greene told the truth this week. Wanted- -At this office. Wood, lay, grain and fruit on subscrip tiousto Dawn. Notwithstanding the hard times »nd general depression in business, Ihe Dawn subscription list grows. Mince pic*, like your Uramlfather Mil to male for only twenty cents, at the BOSS BAKERY. The A. P. A. has established headquarters at Olympia during the session of the Legislature. Look over our Mat of reform lit erature and favor us with your or ders. We can help yon along! Ephraim Allen of the Wenatehee Valley, has been experimenting with tobacco growing for some years with gratifying resul...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 26 January 1895

iilw ANC absolutely savflllE®* The Best sSavTmli sewing MONEY- mmfl MACHINE MADE 'TE OR OUS DEALERS can sell y«u machines cheaper than yon can got cise where. ¥he NEW BOMB Is nur best, bat we make cheaper kinds, »uck as the CLIRIAX, IDEAL and c'jor High Arm Full Nickel Plated f-awlng machines for $15.00 and up* «3all on onr agent or write ns. We Trant your trade, and If prices, terma and square dealing will win, we will have it* We challenge the world to produce a. BETTER $50.00 Sewing Eachlna fc>r $50.00, or a better $20. Se wing fflfrchlne for $20.00 than you Ci'-« buy fi~ors» u»j or our Agents. !iI2H3W EOSS SEWIIiG HACHIHSCO. Oeakot;. M*s«. MASS. 29 Ukioh Square, N. Y. CiiiCAGo, Til.. St. Lons, Mo. Dallas, Texas. S—V I'fiiMClSCO, Cal. ATLANTA, UA. FOR SALE BY The I'iissouri World Puhii.--h« .i iMi kh at (.'iiillittothc, Mo., atso cts •• ».♦ .1 |M|»*r for frrmral news, i? 111>i*<>in}'i 1 u.i-Populist, it i* not local but intern!- f"( - and circulate* in :«iI thr Hates....

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 2 February 1895

mi <1 HwiM ML # 1. The law putting two exceptions on tbe «RKf** A< * 8 passed Feb. b— 2. The National Bunk Law, passed Mar. 25, 186:5. 3. Tbe Contraction Act, passed March (itl), 18ft'. 4. Credit strength en act, passed on March 18, 1800. 5. Fund the Na tional debt,, passed July 14th, 1874. /), Demonetization of silver, passed or. March 12th, 1878. 7. The resumption act, passed Jau. 14, 1874. OUR WASHINGTON CITY LETTER. From Ouk lltxii't.Ait CoußßftroxnioNr. Washington, Jan. 25, 1595, Justice Harlan this week &olk eredan opinion giving his reasons for dissenting from, the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in favor ot the sugar trust, in the case brought against that trust under j the Sherman anti-trust law, that I may make him President of United . States. At any rate, it would eer- j tainly be desirable to have a Presi dent who would hold the views ex pressed in this opinion by Justice Harlan. He believes with thou sands, nay millions, of patriotic citizens that the unch...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 2 February 1895

WEEKLY DAWN. (O) A. TURNER. EDITOR. • (O) Weekly Edition 000 Per Tear. Monthly Edition lOc Per Year. ?USLISHED WEEKLY & MONTHLY BY ME. um PUBLISH INB GO. filtered as 2ud. Class Matter at the Ellens litirgb Post-Ollice, Kittitas County, Wash ington, Ilovember atb, 1834.1 Saturday,. Feb. 2nd, 1895. Xin<; county grants aid to 4,G80 persons Levi Ankjkny is abfe to hold his boodlers in line. Money has a pow erful inrtuence over some men. Ths Clallam county treasurer is $2,030 short" in Hi's accounts. An otder ma gone republi J&n' The responeibiiitj of eleeting or failing to elect a U. S. Senator from ~Jhis State, rests with the repub licans. The Eliensburg Monthly Dawn Bas a d&ndy iiaro heading now and is continually improved in appear ance. Its subscription price is only 10 cents per ye&r.—Leader r Har rington, Wash- CoN «£uca- for a :»oment the ab surd claims of the A. P. A. They appeal to the prejudices of the ig norant by assuming .that* the Catho lics aare working...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 2 February 1895

Buzz Saw Dust. - ! Ifell is a dangerous lighthoua* Wellftow about that prosperity? It is raspicioned! that the Single fax m«n want the earth. Vote r er straight? Don't think jwirhea& was only made to hang jo«r hat ob. It looks a little like foreign coun tries were dumping, our gold on their shores,, hey? The old parties stand on fcheir flatforoacr before erection and bit km on them afterwards. It seems as though Grover Cleve knd has dug up more snakes than the democratic party can kill. Being hugged by a bear is fun (empared? with passing through an in of democratic prosperity. The]sfewe& aoHeges- are arming ind drilling the students in* the art •f war—by ordei of the DeviLJ There is an over-production (?) of otton and wool r yet we know of lots of people who have not clothes enough to keep* fchemwarm.. The devil don't always occupy thepulpit, but he has a front seat in a-great many hearts. The bankers who are looting the public treasury are wosse- enemies to the government ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 2 February 1895

01» OCR EHEAIiERS can sell jron macblncs cheaper than yoa cast gcS oßsewhero. Tli© NEW HOMB fis anr best; l»ul we make cheaper Echid*, auete as the CLI9IAX) IDEAL and other Arm Full N««kel Plated Seivingt Machines for $15.00 and op« Call ©a our agent or write ua, We want your trade, and If prices, t®rm» and wquare de&Un.? will wiß, we will have it* We challenge the world to produce a B£'l'l£R $50.00 Sewing Wfaelilne for $60.00, or a better $20. Sowing Maebinefor $20.00 than you can buy Ceotn U(? 9 or ©Hir AscciiiSe. THE HEW HOSE SEWING MACHIIIE CO. W>.rn. rOSTOS.MASS. :?8 UVtOK SQV7Aie3, if. 'S-, C'ucago, Itr-r. T.otas, Ho. Dai.las. Xuxta. KAN i'lii-'trisi'jo, CAT,. ATUitira, UA. FOR SALS BV The Missouri World- I'ublisheil weekly at ( liillicothe, Mo., at TiO i.'ts a year, i- a good paper for general news, uncoiiHit'onii-biitly Populist, it is not local but intended for and circulates in all the States. >ample copy free. MORE MISERY, "Brick" IVmuroy can't stand it any long...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 9 February 1895

Lift * HMkU Diltb. $ 1. The tew puttwe two exceptions on; (be UKBKKBACKSi passed F«U» -5i 2. The sahi(.)NaiJ Bank Law, pas-eil Mar 2MIK3. t T ie C<>iitP!U!taitii I Act, p:»st»*<B Siarub j *b, ««>!♦; 4. credit strpnirth-! mi act, paswod 1 on March 18,1809. 5. Fund the Xa-' tional debt, passed j Ju* Htm VKA i, Demonetization ; of silver, passed on March 12tb, 1813. : ! 7. tie- sewuastion' act, passed Jan. 14, 1874. | OUR WASHINGTON CITY LETTER. FKOSC OVK RKWCLAR OfcKKSVUNIvKNk. Washington', Fer. l r 1895. Tie statement has been made ly joar corresponded that the «lver men were masters of the sit lation for as the Senate was con cerned. That statement has been confirmed ou the floor of the Sen ate bjr two members of the Fiuance committee—Sherman l and Vest— loth whom staffed io the most positive terms that the silver men made it impossible for the Finance committee to report any sort of a $nan<jjal bill DftaA does m>& irwrilnde free coinage. These statements are a...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 9 February 1895

"WEEKLY DAWN. (d) R. A. TURNER. EDITOR. (di 11 *eclcl// Edition .7Or Per 1 'ear. Monthly Edition lOc Per ) 'ear. PUBLISHED WEfcKLV & MONTHLY BY IHE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. :is iSnd. < 'lass Mutter at the Ellens mtrgU Post-Otfiee, Kittitas Countv, Wash ington, November sth, 1N!>4.1 Saturday, Feb. JVnr, 1895. Mat Quay is said to be one of the prime originators of the A. P. A. That is enough to keep all good citizens out of it. G. A. Huky, a fromer resident of this city, but now of Oneonta, Cali fornia, sends us a club of 8 subscri bers for the L/au x. In speaking of the money lords, Lincoln said: '"Those fellows down on Wall Street ought to have their devilish heads shot off." Hon. L, E. R vdkr will please ac eept our thanks for a copy of the Governors Message. Bro. Rader is an indefatigable Populist worker. The Denver, Colo., republicans have split into two factions over the A. P. A. A man who does not profess undying hatred for a Catho lic cannot be a good republican. a few da...

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