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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 10 August 1895

(O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. (0) — 50 CENTS PER YEAR. Every parson receiving a copy of The Dawn will please consider it an invitation lo subscribe. Only SQc. -i year. [Entered as 2nd. ( lass Matter at the Ellens* anrgb Post-Office, Kittitas County, Wasb- V ;ton, November .">th, ISS»4. | iiLLBNSBITRG, AUGUST 10. 1895, It is clan* laws, /*"' the rights of <mn under 'he laws that we fight. 1. C Wifuegar is our traveling *.{>e?it and solicitor and is duly authorized to receive and receipt for subscriptions and adverti sing. Any favors shown him is appreciated by us. Hoot. .1. Turner, Editor. We do not like to keep asking tiwse in arrears on subscription io pay up, but ire must have a little money to meet our hills tvery month. Come in and pay Tip w.d pay a year in advance II 'c have earned the money, its jpstUf due us and we need it! Thkkk was an increase of $38, 135,938 of national debt for July. _T is tVie wounded buzzard that iutters and the cur that is hit that jrelps, as is evinc...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 10 August 1895

NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. ft "1 cannot tell how the truth may l»e, I tell the tale as 'twas told to inc." It has been very smoky nearly all week. Commissioners court is in session this week. The teachers institute has been in session this week. R. B. Wilson received a line lot of new goods this week. R. P. Edgington and Floyd have been batching it this week. J. 0. Ellison says he will have at least 500 tons of hay to sell. Money on baud for farm loans. C. 11. Stewart, No. 58 Greddis Block. A. C. Xorcross and Riggs had a spat at Dau's saloon Wednesday. O. Hinman has sold three bind ers and twelve mowers this season. Ward Dawson was thrown from a horse Sunday evening and pretty badly bruised up. Peter McCalluui, the prince of McCallum P. 0.. was in town this week on business. For ammunition, powder and shot, go to Emigh & Hornbeck - -in Geddis block. j^-tT Uncle Jerry Damon lias return fed trout Swaak, looks much better for his ten days outing. L. C. Wynegar lias...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 10 August 1895

V ork Wanted. 1 ■>■ ire work of any ; ; kind [unskil!< ij with team &r single hand. Will t-ain passengers So Swauk or to any poini v iho mining segions. "Will answer nil calls on short notice. Leave order.-; at Flynn's Shoe Store. W. •'• Dawson. POPULAR APPROVAL goes far toward establishing the standing of a business house in the community, and the good-will and favor we have been shown indicate that those who have dealt with us have been eminently satisfied with their I ransactions. F. BOSSONG. VISITINtt or call cards printed ! tin- Da\v> office al living prices. / :\ ■ w. us. si/.i- and colors. • •/,/ ti . ufiEiu *" l-..i ». " mnber at hi drock prlccf, go t ; '■. I .. .. Street Lumber Yard. So. I, !•< nnnon, at **! Xo. 2, atiftl, for rash or exchange, ■'horiiig, Celling, Mustic, Finishing, I lints, Lath and Shingles tit propor tionate prices. i ALL AXI) SKK IS! L /'. L VNDBERG & C<>. Satisfied at Last. ii is at) "Id saying that the farmer is a li n i mvii...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 August 1895

Laws ef Financial Death. 1. The law putting two exceptions on the GKKKNBACKS passed Feb. L's, '62. 2. The National Bank Law. passed Mar- 25, 18ti3. 8. T"e Contraction Act, passed Maseh ti.h, LSoH. 4. Credit strength ening act, paused March 18, 1809. 6. Funding Na tional deb', passed July 14th, 1874. 6. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 1873. 7. The resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1874. COUNTY W. C. T. U. ITS SECOND ANNUAL MEET ING HELD IN ROSLYN MUCH ENTHUSIASM SHOWN BY THE WORKERS. The second annual convention ef the KiHitas County W, C. T. U. was held in Roslyn on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 7th and Bth. Mrs. Cox, State President for E. Washington, gave an address to the peopte of Roslyn Tuesday evening and the regular ordei of the con vention was taken up at 9 o'clock the following day. The services were held in the Baptist church, which was beauti fully decorated with an archway of green flower;', mottoes & etc. Devotional services preceeded business at each s...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 August 1895

THIS RRfflti* (Q) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. (0) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. 2k3T > Kvcry person receiving a copy of Thr SAWN will please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only 60c. a year. [Sintered as 2nd. Class Matter at tin- Kllcns wrgh Post-Office, Kittitas County, Wash ngton, November 9th, 1894.1 EI.LENSP.URG, A.UOUST 17. 1895. ], is laws, not tht righth of men wider -he laws that we fight. L. C. Wynegar is our traveling tgent and solicitor and is duly authorized to receive and receipt for subscriptions and adverti sing. Any favors shown him is appreciated by us. Hold. A. Turner. Editor II 'c do not like to Weep asking titose in arrears on subscription to pay up. but we must hare a little money to meet our bills every month. Come in and pay a.p itriid pay a, year in advance 11 'c have earned, the money. its Lustht due ms and we need- it! The interest on the county war rants amount to $38,908 23. or 48.6 per cent, of the principal. The face of the warrants is $80,05664, ma king a total ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 August 1895

SHOT AND LYNCHED. FOUR SOULS WHIRLED INTO ETERNITY. ONE MAN IS SHOT, ONE STABBED AND TWO HUNG. Last Sunday evening about 7 o' clock Chas. Vinson and his father who had been drinking and making considerable disturbance all day, entered the Teutonia saloon on 3rd street and picked a quarrel with Mike Kohlopp, one of the proprie tors, and shot him. The ball en tered the right breast and the un fortunate virtim died about one hour later. After Vinson shot him, ; Kohlopp rushed forward and with ! a club struck Vinson, knocking him down. The police disarmed him and stopped his work, but not before, however, old man Vinson had stabbed John Buerglin, who had went to Kohloppte defense. Buerglin was stabbed in the right side just below the ribs, from the effects of which he died Tuesday evening about 3:30. Tuesday night about 12 o'clock about 100 armed men marched to tire court house and demaned an entrance to the jail. Sheriff Stin son refused to give up the keys and as a result, the door op...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 17 August 1895

W msk Wanted* i desire work of Ml} and all kiud [unskilled J with team or. single hand. Will c: rry passengers iv Swank or to any poiu i;i the mining regions. Will answer all .'alls on short notice. Leave orders at Flynn'a Shoe itoro. W. J. Dawson. POPULAR APPROVAL goes far toward establishing the standing of a business house in the community, and the good-will and favor we have been shown indicate that those who have dealt with us have been eminently satisfied vith their transactions. F. BOSSONG. VISITING or call cards primed it the Dawn office at living prices. .Assorted designs, size and (.'(dors. | LUMBER! LUMBER! j ,Kor ;:<>. d Lumber rt bedrook prices, go 1 to the F'>wi ih Strei i FjtimberYard. [ No I, C' tiiraon, at No. l', at for' ea»h or exchange. flooring, Ceiling, Riisflo, Flushing, Mouldings, Lat x i and Shingles at propor tionate prices. CALI. AND SEE ITS! P. L UNDBERG & CO Satisfied at last. It i tin old raying thai the farmer is a bard man to please and s...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 August 1895

Laws of Financial Death. 1. The law putting two exceptions on tbe GREENBACKS passed: Feb. -ft, 't>2. a The National Bunk Law, passed Mar 25, ISCUi. 3. Contraction Ad , passed Marub *b, 18tt». 4. Credit strenirth ptd"lf net, ousted. | March 18, 1801 V. 5. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14tb, 1874. G. Demonetisation of silver, passed on March 12th, 187;$; 7. 'tfhe resumption aat,.pasted Jan. 14, 1874.. FOOD FOR REFLECTION. THE RELATION OF TEM PERANCE TO LABOR AND CAPITAL. T MRS. MAMIE F. EDG INGTON, STATE SUPT. OF TEAT DEPART MENT. READ IT. It has been mid by our National •Snpt. of this department—Mrs. S. E. V. Emery—that uever in the [history of the Woman's Christian [Temperance Union* has the impor tance of this department been so thoroughly emphasized as during ihe past eigthteeu months. The hostilities between capital iand labor which culminated in the [strike at Pullman, and'was folfow |ed by a general uprising of labor [throughout the country, marks a critical period in ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 August 1895

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 1 (); 50 CENTS PER YEAR. flpyErary person receiving o copy of Thk Dawn will please consider it an invitation io lUbwrlbfi. Only 500. a year. ET*ADVERTIBKMENTB to appear in this paper must be handed in not later than Thursday t p, in., to insure publication. Entered as 2nd. Glass Matter at the Ellens uiii'gh Post-Office, KHtltas County, Wasb- November "<th, 18!>4.: Hi i rjcs ! \ ug, August 24, 1895. Ci is elat-t Imp*, mt the right* of men imder the la .c* that we fight. L. C. Wynegur is our traveling agent and solicitor and is duly authorized to receive and receipt for subscriptions and. adverti' sing. Any favors shown him is mppreciated by us ifobt A Turner, Editor. II c do not like to keep asking those in arrears on subscription to pay up, but we mast have vlittle money to meet our bills wvry month. Come in and pay wp and pay a year in advance We have earned the money, its jjis*iti due is and wei need it! WhaiX is a dollar? Thk gold reserve Aug. 20, stood xt...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 August 1895

EWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. 67 EX ERA L L OCA L A'E If ff. "r cannot tell now the truth may i>c, I.tell Ihe tale at 'twas told to me." Smoky weather hangs on well. The Yakima fair is to be held Oct. 7 to 12 inclusive. If you want a good bed to sleep in, go to the Albany. Several threshers started in this week to hull the gold grains. MoNKY on hand for farm loans. C. H. Stewart, No. 58 Oeddis Block. If you owe us anything on sub scription, please try and pay up. The militia was called out Tues day evening to protect the county property. D. J. Schnebly, editor of the Lo calizer, has returned from his visit down in Oregon. For ammunition, powder and shot, go to Emigh & Hornbeck - -in Geddis block. Thos. Bums, a bridge-watcher at Trinidad, on the Great. Northern, was killed by the cars Monday, near Wenatchee. A reward of $100 is offered for the body of Win. Smith, who was drowned in the Columbia river at Northport, August 1. Rumor has it that the Northern Pacific railroad is not payin...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 24 August 1895

»i] ✓ ofpori in v M| gjl CI -< -'..'' "'' «4 wejj ,* wbea! ju< below lb* •■•VII, > kcfM uad*r food ?< *'.'-, i f*-v.' turret In i ilvatioo, good tprltta I floor, ■■.<,•■ i »bed md cellar, mm plow •.i < barrow nod pi »> tartulue iifi* ;,.<;.•.< A ?• •■■ good log building*. Iwtu*- bed - « lulUst above Mr. M»v'» oa tbe up if»'t eotictj road i »i»kH *fi 10 Pf»ba*tiii. A ,'nir r;.couv cedent ;',,.<- »toek re Me ibd da.ij fwni J''/ it man •••)'.• Utile Dee*)* %n itaprnn l I beafi foi ea*h For for- 1 Urn ; rtlei : •<?■- '/, -i 1 at M" •.dum J. 0. POPULAR APPROVAL got far tow rd establishing tne stan< mcj 01 a Dusmess bott.se .3, tin community, and the good-will and favor xc have been shown indicate that fV ios< who have dealt with us ye been < minently satisfied ith their transactions F. COSSONG. 1 i ?' /cmah ir I I' ..'1...', I ' llifi,', ifUati FlbikbiSfi boi ilina k i Lath ami at propor i AM. AM* BKK 1*8! j /. /'. tJJXbIiEhO A CO. Satisfied at L...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 31 August 1895

kaws of Financial Death, 1. The law putting two exceptions on tbe oh kenbacks passed Fib. ".ft, '62. 2. The National B n»k Law. passed Mar 25.1303. li. T» c C"nt mcl lon Aci. pMsm .1 March B.h, 1800. 4. Credit strenath- Cllti _ MCt, ousted March IS, 18(19. 5. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14tb, 1871. (5. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 1573. 7. The resumption a pa -sod Jan. 14, IM4. ill UTHUHCiI fflEUi OF TBS ADMINISTRATION OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND. THINGS FORETOLD THAT IRE ENOUGH TO MAKE THE CONTINENT TREMBLE. (This paper was submitted ex actly as hero published, tbe third week in March. 1893, a duplicate copy being Mcd with the librarian at Washington at 'he same time. See note by editor at close of arti Cle.—Ed. Arena. Boston. Mas*.) "At the moment when Grover I Cleveland took the oath of office, ■ th*» celestial solstitial sign ' 'Can \ cer," whirl; the Moon rules, was I rising on the eastern horizon; I hence, the Moon, which denotes \ the public and in this ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 31 August 1895

Tins js&wm. (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. (0) 50CEiNTS PER YEAR, JSTEver? vzTioa rr-eeivtnr a cop? of Thk 9aWN wiu p;.' an consider it au invitation 2d sub-cribe. only 60c. a year. BF*AD\'BRTIt£MR2TTg tn ;ppe;«r in ti>t>i Daper rau't be Landed h" B"t liter ti>an TatTBSDAT ip, m., to insure p«iV>ik;ation iDterecl as 2nd. Class Matter at the r.flen-- -irgh Bott«Offl«e, Kittitas Count?, Wash aiton, sovfeni!jfri - "ill, I*o4. ELlJSXfcßiritft, August 31, 1895. I* i? cla** Utw9, not the right* oi zhfn vender the lav:* o<a: m fight. L. C. Wynegar is our traveling agent and solicitor and is duly ■authorized to receive and receipt fpr vabscripti yn j and mdverti" wing. Any favors shown him is appreciated by us liobi. A\ Turner. Editor. We do not like to keep asking Those in arrears on subscription zo pay up. but ice must have ■» Tittle money to meet our bills fveiij month Come in and pay Wp and pay a year m advance W& ha'je earned the money, its due ns and we need it! The gold...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 31 August 1895

NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS- GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. •*I cannot tell how tbe truth may be, I tell the tale as» 'twas told to me." Scarlet fever in town. State Normal opens* the 9th. Public school opens Monday. Sheriff Stinson is-a busy man. Superior court convenes Monday. The road supervisor election will take place at 2 p. m., Sept. 7th. Herbert Williams, of this city, has been appointed grain inspector for Seattle. C. H. Stewart now has money on band to make farm loans. Sheriff Stinson arrested Silas Bond on charge of seduction, late Wednesday evening. All the adopted school books are on sal* Morgan's Book Store.«£»fl Chas. Schroder has lost about 40 head of hogs. He thinks they had cholera or something of the kind. Money on hand for farm loans. C. 21. Stewart, No. 58 Geddis Block. The Yakima Argus says that the following persons were in that city last week to organize an A. P. A. council, but failed to accomplish it: G. W. Tan Fossen, Fred T. Taylor, S. T. Packwood and Chas. Van Bus kirk....

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 31 August 1895

MONDAY'S FIRE. Aboui noon on Monday the fire bnll p~ vn > the alarm o: fire, and when located, it proved to be the large barn of D. H. Westcott, in the S. E. part of town, which was totally destroyed, together with 15 tons of hay, a $35 set of new har ness, one horse nod lot r f grain Everything destroyed except the barn, belonged to Mr. Crooks, a renter. Loss, about $600, only partly insured. TOUR OPPORTUNITY! *fifl Akl FJ 100 acres of cood land \•II w•• ■i in ji ' l 60 acres of (rood wheal 15 al t>eiow the water, 40 acres under fi ■ I fence, a few acres In cultivation, good si.. ••: at io>.r, wood >' ed and cellar, u»\\ pi- > and barrow and piei ty of farthing lm« .yk me nts. A few icood log buildings. Situa ted 1' miles above Mr. May's—on the up ptt nnnty road l untiltid Into Peshastln. A ftd? market convenient. Fine utook range and dairy farm for - man 'vith little means to improve it. Cheap for cash For fur* ther )• irti 'ularr en i«ure at McCalluzn V. 0. POPULAR...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 September 1895

Laws of Financial Death. V 1. The law putting two exceptions on the UItHKNBACKS pushed Feb. '02. 2. The National Bank Law, passed Mar. 2 », 1803. 3. The Contraction Act, passed March (It b, 18W». 4. Credit strength ening act, passed March 18, 1%!). 5. Funding Na tional debt, passed Julv 14th, 1874. 0. Demonetization of silver, pa*««>f) on March 12th, 1873. 7. The resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1874. IK IITUIHU FORECAST OF T! ADMINISTRATION OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND. THINGS FORETOLD THAT ARE ENOUGH TO iMAKE THE CONTINENT TREMBLE. COMMEXTS BY B. O. FLOWER, EDITOR OF THE ARENA. Three weeks after the inaugura tion of-President Cleveland 1 re wivec the foregoing paper, with the accompanying map of the heavens at the time *he president took the oath of office. In submit ting this paper, Mr. Erickson stated that he had already sent copies to Washington, where they had been copyrighted. This he did in order to have a historical record of the prediction made at the opening of an administrat...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 September 1895

TICS BJtWfi. (()) PUBLISHED 7/2EKLY, 0 50 CENTS PER YEAR. JSfFlvry p«»rwn receiving a *}p? of T.tt; 3a'-vv -v'.H pi«2«s :onsi<l«r it an invitation a f >017 VOc. a year. JSTAdvertmrmknts to appear in tills paper muxt -0 nanded in not .ater tban Tivcrsday p, m., to injure p«hlication. if'.ntcrf>'l 3» ?ml. < v- Matter at the Ellens- Po«t-Otfi<:«, Kittitas Count?, Waab h|lM, ti, 18N< [f /'-t riot* l.i >r < tit)' h- ri/fhU of n,i ' )l ."-'lf • <\;f Ifltf y. 'h 'y* KH jiqh >. h f flo h'.l Like to keep asking i- o.te 'n. '// < earn on, xnbscri/jtwn > (>'*■> l '/>. i'<»t it:e m nt-t h'li.'R n little tiioin if to nieel our hi 11$ fx nl»> <- 'Ji C ( >~m>■ in find fifty oft 'tn'l /n*y >t near tn fntv(tn?e If > hnr< turner! the money, it.- ±u% -t l '/ d't-f us and u f need it' ATTENTION POPULIST! The County Central Com mittee of the People's Party of Kittitas county will meet at the Dawn office, Oct. 5, at 1 1. m., sharp, to t...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 September 1895

NEWS FROM AL' SECTIONS- GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. M I cannot tell how the truth mav be, I tell the tale as 'iwas told to me." Pretty cool. Look out frost. Sheriff Stinson went to Roslyn Wednesday. All the newly adopted school books are on sal a at Morgan's Book Sfcore. Kirk Whited, a prominent attor ney of Wenatchee, attended court this week. Thosv Grennan left Wednesday for a month's visit in San Francis co and Los A ngeles Calif. C. H. Stewart now has money on Baud to make farm loans. Bonn. —Friday morning, Aug. 30, to Mr. & Mrs. Wm. VonNeida, a daughter. All parties doing well except Van, he acts' kinder "funny. M. R. Newberry, of Blewett, will please accept our thanks for $1, by W. F. Patterson. Such friendship on the part of our readers is highly appreciated. Rev. War ran, of North Yakima, has been stationed at Ellensburg, by the M. E. State Conference. He bears a good reputation and comes well recommended. MoiiEV* on hand for. farm loans. C. H.. Stewart,. No. 5& Geddis Block...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 September 1895

V/, r :, r i *• jr. 1- of "re-h ir.d -i/. : -s, ->>. % o :**. Main •:f.-b M VOI.I-. OPPOHTTMi \ 1 •m SALE! : ' J " : u it >'■ ot' the v.iter, z 1 ) aci"e» it. y.vi f'-rr.-e, » f«n i«rei Ir. %t>od »p>' dood -hed I.') • ar, r.ev. p. • ir •'< j-.'l [>'■*• r '- '' ' <rr/i:i.L- ,r;.- Hi sn*n»«». K few rood I»»k hulldlnff*. gitua* J (■•i i , rr». t-- ■■<, ;(: Mr. >!-»> '-—on tbe up ,ej . - . ij r-jofiir-• ir.to J*e-b *«»in A :*,? if.arlre? i. F:ne-t/.ck r ir'.'e •4>o 1 .1 ' ••• ' ra. v :*h • e rm-'»r.- V$ \vtpT* ve . . Cbnp for a»b! for fur •fc' p...*'. *J ; . ■ ll.'. ../■• I? M'/. Vi O 111 I'. O. I-i)i -sti'? or trmU% —A <!<>')<\ w.i^- m. )i;ii jtr.«l a >h<\ stout .-]> un '>} i.. fr;tv<-ici Apply to \\ . A. City, 'I be ju tri'-1 pri'.-e paid for ehif k •fi- ai 1 <■.' !■ Mtin -'re'-? i-'i-L M'i.rKe*.• W tßfv vVa.NTKJ). 1 'le-irc- worK of ins ail kind [uri-klliedj with team n- -iridic hiiijd. \\'iil carry j f> .-".Jink or...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 September 1895

lilt if ftacW Mfe. V 1. Tbe law putting two exceptions on itie GREENBACKS |»med Feb. 25, '62. 2. The National Sank Law, passed Mar. 55,1868. 8. Tbe Contraction Act, passed March Itb, 1869. 4. Credit strength ening act, passed March 18,1868. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. 8. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12tb, 1838. 7. The resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1874. PUBLIC HIGHWAYS Should be Owned by the Government. PRACTICAL THOUGHTS ON THE NATIONALIZATION OF RAILROADS-FACTS AND FIGURES ON THE SAVING TO THE PEOPLE THEREBY\ If the people owned the railways, they could save more than half the present cost of transportation. Here axe the figures: By abolishing 590 presidents, with their Btaffs,(one would do)s 25,000,000' Abolishing the high priced managers and their staffs. 4,000,000 Abolishing attorneys and legal expenses, 12,000,000 Abolishing merely competitive offices,, solicitors, etc.* 42,000,600 Abolishing 8-7 of the advertising account, -which is incurred...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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