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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 September 1895

Uws of Financial Death. # 1. Tlie law putting two exceptions on tfae Greenbacks passed Feb. 25, '62. 2. The National Bunk Law, passed Mar. 25,1863. 3. The Contraction Act, passed March 6th, 1801). 4. Credit strength ening net, passed March 18, 1869. 5. Funding Na tional debt, passed Julv 14th, 1874. 6. Demonetization of silver, pussed on March 12th, 1873. 7. The resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1874. PUBLIC HIGHWAYS Should be Owned by the Government. PRACTICAL THOUGHTS ON THE NA TIONALIZA TI ON 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 are the figures: By abolishing 590 presidents, with their staffs,(one woo Id do)s 25,000,000 Abolishing the high priced managers and their staffs. 4,000,000 Abolishing attorneys and legal expenses, 12,000,W0 Abolishing merely competitive offices, solicitors, etc., 12,000,000 Abolishing 6-7 of the advertising account, whic...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 September 1895

TMB. pjtWM. published' weekly. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. •FFICE Room* 29 ASO Oeddli Block.. to appear in this paper must be handed in not later than Thursday 4 p. m., to Insure publication. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Eiiens rnirgh Post-Offlce, Kittitas Count v, Wash ington, November sth, 189*.] It is class laws, not the rights of men under the laws that we fight. JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING Has created many a new business; . Has enlarged many an old business; Has revived many a dull business; Has rescued many a lost business; Has saved many a failing business; Ha- preserved many a large business; A* • SECURES SUCCESS IN ANY BUSINESS. Special Notiee. L. C. WyiK'garis our traveling agent arid solicitor and is duly authorized to receive ami receipt for subscrifttions and adverti" sing. Any favors shown him is appreciated by us. Robt. A. Turner, Editor. T* Delinquent*. We do not like to keep asking those in arrears on subscription to pay up, but we must have a little money to meet our bill...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 September 1895

W27 / 30C€NT§ P£R YEAR. •rrwi »mii ww ftixwi* m<vu &v*®T7«nr*srTT* w .n :>»u mn*t mrvl*A .n .Wt it?~ Man T.TCKiK>*T tp. .n.. .n«run f2ot*r*A if ZA>t. tf n* £i'en«r- Wrt J*■>**.'*jftr*. - 0»". V Joqf>", ;^»in r )»r I'.i, -*> §. ffi.x . . /i*» ' '.fit »v • ./ rhi CIO K.h AI j YEFi TJS LVC B»* ''.»2AT«D WX >•/ 4 XKW B 9. .-1./iW.U> '«f *.* Y A t r.z.i* ST?: Tjaa STT'T'ttt Amy a -..rT.L B-ITfKA* ft*' X9.*rs. to «( «/ a Uj«rr jr. ■«» - m vfAXr A ?»;r.fx/v A' J* W>vy4 I.aK(,K a «cftceeKAo {.* >«.*•/ Acsf «*s». Soee-.al / i r .tar -j T'jr trv> in,£ Ust'< to r><ol 'i tor or> 'I it du ' y 'f.y/r ,"/ O, /■//»/ rftrA'pt for iuK<cr ; ,f ior> i nr<d cviutrti' tin,C. Ar>y faxOT* <kovm, hirn, /•? »'■■prveinttA. Ky ijl* ftoht. . Turner, Editor To IMin^en*! e do nsft like to ktzp asking thorn in. arrt'im rm, rubzerifttion fc> pny up, hut v;t rnuxt. h,w:t mlitt/e TtxYn >j to our bill a entry ms/nth Cr/rr> t in and. poy mp and...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 September 1895

one all over the State, which is >n the increase. Election of Offltiers: President, Delle G. H. Cox, Jo£ Sec'y, M. F. Edgington, tec. Sec'y, Jennie Green, Treasurer, Lucy R. Berry. Delegate to National Convention, 5. C. Bodwell, of Dayton. We will send in, the resolutions for publications another time. The convention was invited to iold the next annual meeting at Gtarfield, which invitation was ac septed. We were assured of a learty welcome from' the citizens. [ BEPORTER. READ AND REFLECT Amount of Greenbacks issued after the War closed* and transferred into interest bear ing bonds.' 1866 $ 32,689,827.14 1862 79,896,803.65 1868 $3*529,643.20 L 869 67,945,850.00 1870 177,173,520.00 1871 130,502,311.00 1872 68,099,804.00 65,019,066.00 1874 $4,408,889.00 L 875 i 10,136,376.00 1876 97,177,054.00 1777 83,448,851.00 1878 80,359,267.00 1879 64,104,833.00 1880 81,302,673.00 Total $1,255,879,767.79 A DOUBLE HEADERL REPUBLICAN DEMOCRATIC 1873 1893 Tvft) acts of legislation that have caused...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 September 1895

done all over the State, which is on the increase. Election of Officers: President, Delle C. &. Cox, Cor. Sec'j> M. F. Edgington, Bee. Sec I y, Jennie Green, Treasurer, Lucy R. Berry. Delegate to National Convention, E. G. Bod well, of Dayton. We will send in the resolutions for publications another time. The convention was invited to hold the next annual meeting at Garfield, which invitation was ac cepted. We were assured of a hearty welcome*from the citizens. REPORTER. READ AND REFLECT. Amount of Greenbacks issued after the War closed, and transferred into interest bear ing bonds.' 1866 $ 32,689,827.14 1867 79,896,803.65 1868 33,529,643.20 1869 67,945,850.00 JB7Q 177,173,520.00 1871 r 130,502,311.00 18.72 68,099,804.00 1873 65,019,066.00 1874 94,403,889.00 1875 110,136,376.00 1876 97,177,054.00 1777 83,448,851.00 im $0,359,267.00 1879 64,104,833.00 1880 i81,302,€73.00 Total $1,255,879,737.79 .A DOUBLE READER. HE PUBLICAK DEMOCRATIC 1873 1898 . Two acts of legislation that h...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 September 1895

WENATCHEE NEWS. Rev. K. E. Dunlap, State Evan gelist of the Christian church, was in Wenatchee Tuesday. The Rochester Brokerage Co., of Seattle, is loading several cars with Wenatohee fruit at the depot. Jake Shotwell, who has been flick for several weeks, was in town Tuesday for the first time since his illness. There seems to be moie tiouble over Kittitas county's bond issue than there is over a baby with two grandmothers. T. Carstens, of Seattle, brought dor-n 500 head of cattle from the ©L.nogan country this week and shipped them to the Sound from this point. The evidences of prosperity wliich are manifest on every hand in the valle> are enough to drive a Populist to put on a clean shirt and comb his hair.—Advance. iSTToIIet eoav. cut prices at The Cyclone. THE FARM. Walla Walla county has 1,062 acres of orchards which last year produced 4,000,000, pounds of fruit. The car load of Bartlett pears •hipped from Portland to Grand Forks containded 316 boxes and •old fur $505.55. T...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 September 1895

WF V ITCHEF \ A :'*v hien H. £. Dunlap. Sr« Evan of the Christian char. h. was in Wenatchee Tnej^d^y. 1 Rochester Brokerage Co.. of is loading several ear- with Wenatchee fmit a« the depof. Jake Shot well, who hafl ? for several week-, w,*- .r» rown T for the first tsme -inr* his There seems to moie trouble o'.er Kittitas county's bond issue rhan there is over a baby with two grandmothers. - I, Carstfns. of Seattle, brought d' n 500 heiid of fettle from the r?>nntry this week and shaped them to the Sound from thi* oint. r ] e*. ;<i» c-s of wi icli a - on every hand in ti. ; \ enough to drive a Populist to put on a clean shirt and < "T. his hair.—Advance. f 'Toii'? tut pri%» at Cjclon^. THE FABH. Walla Walla county has 1,062 acm of orchards which last year produced 1.000.000, pounds of fruit. The ear load of Bartlett pears shipped from Portland to Grand Porks eontainded 316 boxes and iwld f r $505.55. The Rural Northwest, of Port land. Ore., says the prune crop of California...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 5 October 1895

m of Financial Death. & , The law putting wo exceptions on 16 GREENBACKS used Feb. 25, '62. The National ank Law, passed [ar. 25,1503. TLe Contraction ct, passed March b, 1800. Credit strength >lng act, passed iarcb 18,18(30. , Funding Na onal debt, passed ulv 14th, 1874. , Demonetization [ silver, passed on [arch 12th, 1878. , The'resumption et, passed Jan. 14, 874. P. A. IN NATIONAL >LI TICS. THE Y CL. lIM T O 3E ABLE TO DICTATE TO THE PARTIES. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 23. — H. Jackson, of Ft. Worth, Tex., ! tional president of the A. P. A. j itured at Turner hall to night, hen asked to-day about the con tion of the A. P. A., he said; "The order is growing rapidly in imbers. We bave in round num rs 3,500,000 members. In <Cali ■nia we have 200,000, and in the ier states farther East the num - rot members we have is enormous d growing daily." Continuing, r. Jackson said: "We are getting ady to surprise Missourians. issouri is well organized, but we ould rather show you 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. — 5 October 1895

TM'B ».i*?tt. VJ cents "per year. ttifie f: JK.«wiwiu ys i.'ii V3/~AS» • inc*t» famuli »..»Ctan K• ».•. *•.* ?. ■■■'■■*• {' f /!t. '.ft • 1 • /" • ~V "•• : f ■ a •. undi r tfu i thai km light. JVDICJOVS ADVERTISING !!.tt;xK W» " . ». " .i: »' >; • If « t .• If If 1 ••'Y 0:..V a' H >.- t•. >•• v •. a\a'. -: •r» H t>. MESCC j::- MAXX \ UWT a* [fix Mnb urn a s' .• ac#unuHi: **.•: a a«>* •»a vr •. •■ r a•.a . * a - - v') '. ■■ *' <s.» * ;r> «. .■ speti&L SV.lte /. C ' negar i# out tru '€ lin j a gen. t r ■ ■ folirttOT and is duly tt // f}i m f * / r'■ c. and r bt ft,r ••/.<> '/ 01 >> 1 a/ta «d. rerti' tin 6. Any favor* thown him is " [tfjiv: a'« d'j u ".; JUjbt. ■) larn*.r, Editor. To DelinqtieatH i', do not liki t'j a-J.ini ij fj. f- it 01 rt-.o.rz on ndj.cr'./j'i'ji'. tr> -i't.n tft. Kn.t t ti'."..t !>'/.:% «little mnneg to tneet our hill* '•rt-.ru 1. o'>//<. Corn.< in v.nd. jj'ty j fj 'it'd. fj'i'j 'J. in od .'/.n.rti > h <7. ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 5 October 1895

57OPEJWfCr OF SCHOOL. At a meeting of the directors last Tuesday evening, it was decided to reopen the public school next (onday, Oct. 7. subject to such egnlations as the board of health night prescribe. In order iliat the roblic may be informed, a synop isthe requirements is append ix 'All pupils who have beeu.il 1 with icarlet fever during the recent opi- Jeniic. or during this time have re sided in a house where the disease irevailed, or any pupil who has ieen recently exposed to the dis use, will be required to present a Brtificate from the attending phy ician, said certificate to be approv ed by the city health officer, to the effect that said pupil is entirely re covered from the disease, or not liable to communicate it to others. The Principal of the school has Dbtaiued a complete list of the faini lies afflicted with scarlet fever, and rill strictly enforce his orders. The parents should promptly co operate with the authorities, so that further danger may be averted so Su* ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 5 October 1895

I GOT 'EM AT J. P. FJLYJN.v SCHOOL HOOKS. Now that our public schools are again in session and all working harmoniously, there need be no excuse for any children ot school age to remain at home, but never theless. one occasionally find* children playing in the street, who, t when the question if they attend school, will reply that they do not: that their parents are too poor to buy books. Such an excuse as thus i< not acceptable from either parent or child, for according to a previ ous ruling of the school board, which is on record, the indigent parents will have books supplied their children for use during the school term by making the proper application to the teacher, who is supposed to be provided with the necessary blank certificates and who will gladly fill out one of these,, stating what books the child needs. All that is then necessary is for the child or parents to present this certificate to the secretary of the school board and get the books that the certificates menti...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 12 October 1895

His if Mil Death. r * 1. Ttoelaw putting two exceptions on tbe GREENBACKS passed Ftb. 23 t '&!. i. The National Bunk Law. passed Mar 25,1803. 4. T'«e Contraction ' A«', Pfss* d March titb, 1W». 4. Credit strengih pni»e act. i»as«ed J|-,rehJ*. 18tiih 5 Ml il Na inm.il <l' b'. passed Julv 14th, 1874. 8, Peoiotretteation of mtver, passed on March 12th, 1873. 17. The resumption sot,passed,Jan. 14, { m. j VOL. 2. BOOMING TIMES! fAXK AND INSURANCE STOCKS HIGH, FARM PRODUCTS LOW. The selling price of the stocks in ational banks and insurance Rom anies. These prices are for $100 of stock, inks are located in New York City: NAME. I'KK'E. ank of New York, N. B. A . . $ 232 [anhattan Company 180 lank of America 200 [ational City Bank 425 hemical National Bank .... 4450 rallatin National Bank 310 tationai B. & D. Bank 182 lechanics & Traders Bank . J75 treenwich Bank 180 rather Mfg's. National Bank 225 [ational Bank of Commerce 180 rational Broadway Bank.... 192 lercantile Nation...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 12 October 1895

PU2LISHzV WEEKLY. 50 CENTS 'PER YEAR. Ot'FH E J!t <*• t'» Blwh • krti-k •!f. vi i \f> ipiJ- 'f in 'hi paper niust tiun<lftfl in u>*r ti in Thr;R3DAV p. m.. »o .r.-i.r- p - '-ation- I as 2ll(t< CIMS XitUf '16 E ' f.ursrh P«*»t»Olflee, Kitrir< .an'v, ■ I.lb- Jn?ton, November .",th, ft !< r{n.« loir*. nn* *he rufhl* >f d I, DIC fOf S ■ /f) f 'ER Tf SI. V'G lIV CKR\TM> MA;. V * SIW BrSrNESd: PI X-1 KSI.AK'.-IU MANV \ ol.n 14! rl.VK—•' J[\S KKVIVKI) MANV \ ;>L"LI. UCalN'Kss: HAS UKCin MANY A COOT bcmmm : FfA/tIAVIO MA3IV V fAltWfi KCSINr.--: PKK3K. I' KO M.\ VV A T-ARf K B r llNKi" A VI, *KCr R» Arcf IN ANV !'•' T.VK«-». Special Notice. /. c R is oar traveling O' l'til and solicitor and is dah) auihOt. . to receive and receipt for -ah i /jlioix and adxerti' sin'j. An if fai'tn - ■ih on n him >s unnreeia.ted h'/ us. h'oht. •!. Turn.''!', Editor. To Delinquents [IV- do not Like to asking t/,,> r in << rears on. sribxori/J,ion to i>ai( atj. hut H...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 12 October 1895

. C. T. U. DEPARTMENT. City, Oct. 3d, 1895. foe Womans Christian Temper >e Union held their afternoon prayer as announced in the irehes on the preceeding Sun r. We regret tc say that so tew ifessing Christians were present, i those that were present, felt it be a season of communion to iher with God. We give a short »tch of the proceedings. The etiug opened by singing the ig of the Soul, followed by scrip e reading Ps. 08, and prayer by s. Hornbeck. Singing invoca n hymn. A few words of en gagement by Mrs. Hornbeck, o had just returned home from lummer trip, but full ofenthusi -11 to take up the work again. A. prayer of consecration was of ed by Mrs. Edgingtou, followed a brief address by Mr. Warner, ging a greater consecration and itoser communion with God by rnest prayer and more faith in s promises. A very earnest paper by Mrs. nrendeau, for anointing, that r bodies be anointed foV a living crifice to God and our fellowmen- Reading of Luke 7, 36 to 50. le woman a sinner, and c...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 12 October 1895

I GOT 'EM AT J. P. t'JLYJM. K1 rTIr. l. CIU- IM KM K.- 'i he following ereamer ie;- are t\'r irrj in Kitfita.- county. Nririie. I'ioprietor. I'. O. f'our h'>ri, J. fi .-hult/. 1..1'-n-h't; 'j Sri rig < 'reek. J. I'. Sharp. Kittita-. OlrnHtoHd f'no-. .V art urn, M. Gih-.on Sehrief)!; . ' ha- Selinel>|<, < loverdale, J *('. Goodwin. 'Ihorji h<t EH .YO T NH E b MO. A * A') '1 he editor of ,'i - party pa per in j/nu ran teed ;>;jir. hunger ii.d di.-eouragernent. If he v. :-n t.. he would he iri the graveyard al ready. lie deo-r.t] r.eed any ::>• try. What he needk i.- a 1i ■ «c-. i; weekly nupply of oeorifirnic e ty-. written with i lead perieil f.r i !- cap jiiijier rmd ;«I •- plenty • d goo<; advice ahout. tiow t<- run hi- J; p' <- l)u not for*;e,t tint; he ex pcf- it of you. lie d'j':-n t. e: per:f any mo.i ey. No. He will :.ot < veri move a murele or 1»:«t an eye when you xtandj-,up*' t iu his :-<)U;ili<l poverty ♦MirHed oflire and with your...

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 October 1895

His of Financial Death. V 1. The law putting two exceptions on tbe GRKKNBACKB passed Feb. i.5, 'U2. 2. The National Bank Law, passed Mar 25,15&J -3. T h e Ari, )'»>'" (I Ma Job ti.h, 4>. 4.V.flit stn-nirtb pniiji net. pi'f-ed Mufch I*. 6 Funding Ni ttonalUebi, passed July 14th, 1874. 6. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12tb, 1573. 7. The resumption act. passed Jan. 14, 1874 CANDIDATES IN 1896. — WHO SHALL THEY BE AND WHAT KIND OF A PLATFORM ML THE* STAND fill ffl 1696. i AN EXCHANGE OF IDEAS\ A GOOD THING. We clip the following from the National Watchman, and ask our readers to express their sentiments on this subject in short spicy letters Space for which we shall freely grant: "You have asked as to prefer ences for candidates for President and Vice President, also as to the j tenor of the platform to go before ! tbe people with at the election in 1896. We are fourteen months from that time, and during this pe riod the trend of events may be Mich, that opi n i on...

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 October 1895

TXT- p\WX. 50 CENTS J' PER YE.AR. »f F Kf. K'X>m« ili * W |ST an f.« ippea.* - i:.- r..'*, j<» ". 1.11-rU ". '• I"' 4 * "iHI rg»f»wH vkieA IbiUf kC tie E ew- yr-K • * '.e -J: i ' 1' vx '' ./ CDIC/O ID YERTIHiy} H.t» C.«K.ITxn tHA.-rr 1 .-tZ - «- .a v 2ss B».i c.t.«rr .!.• • r.z» 3Vi: tU* a n ED SAST 1 met D ma. a .-...5. rwsist ff. v Ttr.j vf A.'xr i i s s.'.-rs-- fi ■ '• 'HR« •s- '.ft', i a -: A. -".vaaa S' .ox%s :.•» ixv - N * >;.y *'• r.er cent * i American peo_ ' tenem-'t homes. A 'r • ' M". -no a«voo-*e . short cam pr -- ire ab-aid to meet tne i-s .ev E* r in always afraid to ductus. —.-1. -.^'Z' '0 1., : V<;ff York ii9.7bo fji" cere e eote'i trom tneir (rer.teu homes in 1 Vr2. for non payment : rent .4 ->.y -av.'- 5 /:- «/•'; rrA'' is ;; ; no cause for alarm in r 'r, 0r - - r j* ). 1 0 f '*» * » r » of in i -ing'e year r,v f.re.jn capitalists, and the shipping away annually in the shape of gold ou.hon the interests and profits to be -pent in a foreign land 1' .1...

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 October 1895

NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. GENERAL local news. ••I cunnot tell liow the truth mav be, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." Such lovely weather. We use white paper this week. Mrs. A. Durgen has again taken charge of Durgen House. The Dawn is growing in favor with our people every day. Mrs. A. H. Stulfauth is visiting friends in Seattle this week. The Yakima fair this year is pronounced a howling success. J. L. Banks of Ft. Simcoe, spent Saturday and Sunday in the city. Mrs. Fulton's team got frighten ed in town Tuesday aud ran away. N. N. Brown has leased for three years, the Hotel Yakima, of North Yakima. Will Carter had a set of double harness stolen fiom his stall Sun day night. Sheldon & Smith threshed 83,000 bushels of grain in Kittitas valley this season. "Cold Facts" is one of the best little pamphlets on the market.—Chicago Sentinel. Thomas & Busbee threshed 130, 000 bushels of grain iu Kittitas val ley this season. Money on hand for farm loaus. C. H. Stewart, No. 58 Ge...

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 October 1895

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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 October 1895

[lis of Financial Death. # 1 Tbe l»w putting two exceptions on tbe gukenbaCKS Feb. :5, '62. 2. The National Bank Law, passed Mar. 23,18ti3. 3. T e Contraction Ac', piiwd March tilb, 4. Credit .stiHnL'ih 4>nin)f act, I'fSM'd March IS, 18G!>. 5. Funilinfr Na tional debr, passed July 14th, W74. 6. Demonetization of silver, paused ou March 12tb, 1873. 7. The resumption act. passed Jan. 14, 1874. VOL. 2. THE OMAHA PLATFORM. BIG d.YD STRO.XG EXOUGII TO MAKE THE FIGHT OA' IX IS!)6. TWO YEARS* WORK. An Epitome of the Glorious K*tiulta of Two Yean of Fighting Upon the Omaha Plat form. Let us take a glance at what has been accomplished by the people's party in two years' work of education and organization. Let us compare the election returns of several states for 1892 and 1894, and note the gain of the populists and the loss, as a rule, of the old party vote The year 1894 was what was called an "off year," when there is no presi dential campaign. In such years it is arery aggressive par...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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