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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 15 September 1894

Itoslyn (o try mid in«i!ie« biw to K»- ■catf In thi'ir Whst did Knslyn get <■< tV ;• -nventjon? jfcVhy she irot a delegate t<> Uw Slate eonven «|-etuiou. Did Ell«nshurK get anything? Yes, we guest! bo. Lets see. She pot the auditor, school mupt., treasurer, sheriff, at torney, coroner and one representative, and -*our delegates to the State convention and two more reside near here. There are no •gristles on Ellensburg. He back ie as smooth as the top of Doc Hinmans bead. LOCAL NEWS. * ••I cannot tell how the truth may be, J tell the tale as 'twas told to me." H. J. Snively was on the streets -this week. A. L. Slemmons of Yakima was «in the city Saturday. Ed Whitson of N. Yakima, was -on our streets this week. Robt. Gaines of Orondo, made us pleasant call on Monday. Sam C. Miller, one of the oldest settlers of Wenatchie, was in the ■ city this week. Dr. J. W. Bean is attending the -Grand Chapter R A.*. M.'. at Col -fax this week. Merell and Green Stepp, brothers in-law oi...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 15 September 1894

GENERAL NEWS. Millionaire Harter.fof New York, trade. Mmtana republicans have put ap a State ticket. Sruth Dakota democrats rejected She fusion proposition. Sie wind has fanned the fires iito jgain in Minnesota. The sugar planters of La., threat en to j Jin the republican party, Fhe iurfmen of Ky., and Ohio, «ri organized to defeat Breckenridge. Souvern, of the K. of L., says he is o jposed to strikes—they are too ox pensive. ? .r«wj Hampshire democrats have geminated |Col. Henry O. Kent for Governor. Colorado* Populist have pit *ip h -strongj ticket which will be id by SOjOOO. majority. The Populists of New York held &rir ;>tate convention Monday of t&i? week in New York City. !>:;?;* Heath, charged with the jc -m.tr of L. B. McWhirter, the i" California lawyer, is to be Bountiful rains in lowa the other &y has revived the crops and made *sie farmers as happy as the circum stances would permit. Lincoln county republican con vention the other day voted down a iiv t...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 22 September 1894

We are Fighting lor PRINCIPLE Not Party Meu. VOL. i. OUR NEXT CONGRESSMAN. A Sketch of His Life and His Letter of Acceptance. Read If* William Penn Charles Adams, the People's party candidate for the Fifty-fifth Congress of the United States is a resident of Whatcom' county, Washington, and was born July 23, 1849, at St. Francisville, Missouri. Soon after his birth his parents returned to lowa, where he grew to manhood, obtaining his ed ucation at the public schools of that State. His life has been the un eveutful one of the average Ameri can mechanic and workman. He is of Scotch and English de scent. His father's people settled in the Colonies of Massachusetts and Connecticut early in the sev- 1 enteenth century. His mother was i a Chalfont. Her people were Qua kers who came from Chalfont street, Giles, England, and settled in the Quaker Colonies, some in Pennsyl vania and some in Virginia. He was formerly a republican, j and believing as Lincoln did that it i . I was better to pro...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 22 September 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. (0) R. A. TURNER. EDITOR. (0) Weekly Edition■ oOc Per Tear. Monthly Edition lOc Par Tear. PUBLISHED WEEKLY 4 MONTHLY BY tHE DAWM PUBLISHIN6 CO. 5. P. Edgingtoc, President. Wm. VonNeida r Vice President. S. C. Davidson f Treasurer. 3. A. Turner, Secretary. itrriCE, Booai S*«ln CADWDELL SLOCK. PEOPLE'S PARTY STATE TICKET. 3or. Congress: W. P. C. ADAMS. oi Whatcom County. J. C. VAN PATTEN, of Columbia County. tM.rj>ren.* Judges: 11. L. FORREST, of Thurston County. Count! Ticket. JfrpreseuUtivtr*: Jubn Catlln and J. J. Lewl». Auditor: **. T. sterling. County v l>*rk . 11. W. Eldrod. Jfreaaurpr: John C. Ellison. BbtTiff: William M. Stineoc, J County Attorney: L. A. Vincent. Snpt. Scboola: Mrs. S. F. Montgomery. Assesser: I. E. Curtis. ®ornjN?r: Theron Stafford. Surveyor: Lewis F. Ellison. Commissioner, Dist. 2: J. F. Brown. "■ 44 3: 3. T. Pacltwood. • Tuv The Daws a year. The Dawn can be had at Wheel ed newi stand. Wasted- -At this office. Wood, Say, grain and fruit on...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 22 September 1894

WHY A NEW PARTY? Honest and patriotic men are asking: What need is there of a new party! Why not stick to the old party and fight out the great questions of the day under the same old banner? Let us see. The labor question is as pregnant with revolution as the slave ques tion ever was, and with this ques tion, the politicians of the old par ties are temporizing, and perhaps will continue to temporize until the 6oldier is again called upon to set tle it. Invention is every year giving capital greater power" to oppress {manual labor in the field of production. Every year, through the agency of improved machinery, the labor field is sarrowed and the competi tion between those whose only capi tal is their hands, is growing sharp er and sharper. It is true there is a vikst increase af product, but capital is gathering in all this increase. From this increase, millionaires are multiplying on every hand, while labor is perishing of want and destitution. A f*w great monopolists 'who have ne...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 22 September 1894

SENEKAL NEWS. Breckinridge wa» defeated. The Labor Unions condemn the JL. P. A. Senator Jones has joined the Populist. C. H. Stewart now has money on &nd to make farm loans. Geo,. F. Green, a Portland real •state dealer, has assigned. Two more Populist dailies were barn ia Colorado last week. Say, that sacred gold reserve is "gttin" mighty low, aint it? Money on hand for farm loans. C. 3. Stewart, No. 58 Geddis Block. Carlisle declines to pay sugar Itounties since the new tariff act. Geo. Ha/.;::ud has pulled out and T*iU 'j-.rf. hr, a the eongressiwial aace Populist candidates in Califor nia are stumping the districts in wagons. Labor Unions and Populists of Worcester, Mass., have nominated * ticket The PopulTkrs of Minnesota hare 101 leagues and new ones are form 9d daily. We denounce trusts—that is to jay. some tvasts. —The Democrat ic part y. LaCross, Wis., lays claim to the Sauiier Populist club, having 3,100 members; Hie Prohibitionists of North Da kota have ?»een taken in...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 29 September 1894

We are Fighting lor PRINCIPLE Not Party Meu. VOL. i. IS THIS ANARCHY? Is it anarchy to demand the free coinage of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1? Is it anarchy to ask for an in crease in the circulation medium? Is it anarchy to aslc for a gradu ated income tax ? Is it anarchy to advocate the es tablishment of government banks? Is it anarchy to say that the wealth belongs to the man who creates it? is it anarchy to &uy the govern ment should own and operate the railroads, telegraph and telephones? •Is it anarchy to say: "If any will not work, neither shall ha eat?" Is it anarchy to sympathize with organized and unorganized labor? Is it anarchy to say that the memberi ot corporations should be made to obey the law as the poor laboring man? Is it anarchy to say the sugar trust and railroad corporations should not over-ride the law? Is it anai'chy to protest against the practice of confining men in prisons at the request of corpora tion attorneys? Is it anarchy to say it is not right ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 29 September 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. (O) fc. A. TURNER. EDITOR. (0) Weekly Edition oOc Per Year. Monthly Edition 10c Per Year. PUBLISHED WEEKLY & MONTHLY BY IHE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. S. P. Edgington, Prepident. Wm. YonNeida, Vico President. S. C. Davidson, Treasurer. 2. A Turner. Secretary. #FFICEi Room* HSt* In CADWDKLL JLOCK. PEOPLE'S PARTY STATE TICKET, Tor Congress: W. P. C. ADAMS. of Whatcom County. .1. C. VAN PATTEN, -if Columbia County. JPor SupreitK -fudges: H. J- FORK EST, of Thurston County. Bounty Ticket, iepreienfßtives: .)oLi!! Catlin and J. J. Lewis. Auditor: v T. Sterling. County iii : ii. JV. Eldred^ Treasurer: Jnhn C. Ellison. SberifJ: William M. Stinson. County Attorney: L. A. Vincent. Stipt. Schools: Mrs. S. F. MontKoraery. Assefn-r: I. E. Curtis. Coroner: Taeron Stafford. Surveyor: Lewis F. Ellison. Commissioner, I>ist. 2: J. F. Brown. " u 3: S. T. Tackwood. Eli.e?sbx:kg, Seps. 220 th, 1894. Tin: The Dawn* a year. Tub Dawn can bt had at Wheel •rs news stand. The Populists have nomi...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 29 September 1894

CONVENTION NOTES. Ring Day at Republican Convention—One Ring Downs the other—Sad day for The Old Ring —Altnough they had the Soda, the leaven would not rise—With the Power and the Helm, they COULD NOT STEER THEIR BOAT CLEAR OE THE TREA CHERO US MIRES AND SHARP FROST WHERE IT LIES BESIDE THEIR • GRA VES. Republican primaries lield on Monday and the county convention held on Thursday of same week, when the country people were busj' with their work and could not take the time to attend conventions. As a result, a majority of the country delegations represented by proxies except Colockem, N. Kittitas and Tunnel, not represent ed at all. The town people can turn out one day as well as another. Just note the final outcome, Tunnel, Easton, Mountain, Swauk, Culver, Peshastiu, Mission, Co lockem, E. Kittitas, N. Kittitas, and South Ellensburg precincts, which cast as the last general elec tion in 1892, au aggregate vote of about 850, with no representation on either the delegation to the Sta...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 29 September 1894

DEMOCRAT CONVENTION! ¥nterrified Clans Gather And Put up a Ticket. At 10:20' a. m. the democratic aounty convention of Kittitas coun ty was called to order by J. W. 3ogan, Chairman of the County aentral who said they were called to do a work that would be for the benefit or detri ment; to the people. He counseled i&trmony in their proceedings. J. W. Ilogan was nominated for temporary chairman but declined. C. V. Warner, the gentleman of great political aspirations, was oiiosen chairman and L. F. McCon ailiie, secretary. On motion of A. A. Batterson, a committee of five each was appoint <atf by the Htair on credentials, or- Jer of business, permanent organi sation ami resolutions*. Adjourn - 30 t:3O p. iii. Convention re-assembled at 2 p. si. Committee on credentials re sortetf, that Mission, peshastin, East on and Tunnel precincts had aiade no returns. Liberty and Culver had sent proxies, which ■were held by delegates outside of >o£ those precincts, 03 present,. iu aluding...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 6 October 1894

We are Fighting lor PRINCIPLE Not Party Men. VOL. i. Populist Hot Shot. God loves the poor. The rich hate them. —Herald. The republicans abuse the Popu lists because they are not republi cans. The Populists abuse the re publicans because they have made silver worth (52 cents an ounce, wheat 85 cents a bushel, cotton 6 cents per pound, glutted the coffers of the Hothschilds, and made pau pers of 10.000,000 American people. —I'opal i#t. Kdu cat or. Thereupon, for telling tales out of school, the combine put on the Wall street screws and squeezed pdor Wanny for a cool million. What's the matter with the gov ernment putting the unemployed at work building a telegraph sys tem? Rates could be reduced 50 per cent and the line paid for in one year. —Citizen, Cleveland, Ohio. The only thing the people in this country want is more money, and they don't care whether it is on rags, paper, gold or silver. Tt is the stamp of the government that rhakes the value, notwithstanding the "intrinsic val...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 6 October 1894

WEEKLY PAWN. ——("/ X. A. TURNER. EDITOR. (O) Weekly Edition XOe Per J 'ear. Monthly Edition 10c Per I 'ear. SUBLIBHED WEEKLY & MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. &. P. Edgington, President. Win. VonNeida, Vice President. 3. C. Davidson. Treasurer. H. A Turner, Secretary. OFFICE, UooniN 5A 0 in CADWOELL fLOI'K. m—i.nHttin ri i'ir" i nit■—xnr PEOPLE S PARTY STATE TICKET. 2or Congress: W. P. C. ADAMS, of Whatcom County. -J. c. VAN PATTEN, of Columbia County. 3for Suprc-i i> .Judges: H. L. FOIUtKST, of Thurston County. County Ticket. jfcep.i'csentativi's: John Catlin and J. J. Lewis. Auditor: >. T. Sterling. <3our.t\ A'i'uK 11. VV. Eldrcd. Treasurer: J«>lni C. Ellison. Sheriff: Willhun M. Stinson. 3ounty Attorney: L. A. Vincent. 3»ipt. Schools: Mrs.. S. F. Montgomery. Assosser: I. E. Curtis. Qornner: TLeron Stafford. "snrvt'\or: Lewis F. Ellison. 'Commissioner, Dist. 2: J. F. Brown. " " 3: S. T. Pack wood. OCT. "<JTLI, 1894. Try Tup: Dawn a year. i'.'i-i Dawn can ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 6 October 1894

Banking Don't Pay. Of course banking don't pay. There is a bank in St. Louis. Mo., which has a capital of $500,000 and asuiplus of $1,500,000. Its stock is worth in the market $500 for $100 of stock. The First national bank is quoted at $2,000 for $100 of Stock. REPUBLICANISM. Homestead. Briceville. Rochester. lowa River. Keweali. Yakima Riot. Wyonii ng Massacre. DEMOCRACY. Kicks, Taft, Speer, Billings. There they are. You pay your Money and take your choice. Republican robbery, arson and murder; democratic roblx*ry, star vation and slavery. Oh, ye devo tees of either old robber party, don't your gorge rise at this? Where has your manhood gone that jon should vote yourselves the victims of barbarity like this? Where have you been led by blind and senseless zeal for partisan supremacy? Help us to right all these wrongs by supporting and voting for Populist principles. » Corporation Holdings. Who owns America? The rail road companies own 211,000,000 a cres, or enough to make six State...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 6 October 1894

$30,000 i WORTH i OF 1 GOODS FIRE AND SMOKE! LOCAL NEWS. "I miinot tell how the truth mav he, 1 tell the tale as 'twas told to me." C. W. .Tuul will move tp Seattle in a few days. " ' Commissioners court has been in session this week. We have htirt nearly all kinds of weather the past week. Remember the Dawn office when in seed of job printing. Judge Graves is holding court at Horth Yakima this week. A fine lot of job and display type las been added to the Dawn office. Post Master Peterson has spent about $100 in making much need ed improvements in the post office. Eld. J. A. Woodyard has just closed a protracted meeting at the Mills school house, which resulted jen three conversion. The prayer and sermon that will appear in next week's Dawn will 15a irortb the subscription price of fthe paper for a whole year. This office was the recipient of some fine apples from that staunch Populist Peter .\. Wold. Please accept our thanl* aid may your »«v«r guw* - DAMAGED * SMOKE * PRIGES.* On ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 13 October 1894

We are Fighting tor PRINCIPLE Not Party Men. VOL. x. Some of The Questions. Is the monarchial "British Sys tem vi Finance,'' (a huge interest bearing, non taxable, perpetual na tional debt, and banks of issue,) in harmony with the American Theo ry of Government? Can the national banking system be perpetuated without the nation al debt? Should the "dangerous power" to eoi>(rel the toiwemot money, mow possessed by the national banks, be taken from them? Can Congress constitutionally delegate bo individuals or corpora tions a power entrusted to it by the people? Should banks of issue be sup pressed, and the power to issue all money be restored to the general government, where it constitution ally belongs? Should S&e- Government control the railroad and telegraph lines? Should there be Governmental coiatrolt &f moaopod ies*' Should "watering railroad and other stocks be made illegal? Should there be Postal savings banks, and a cheap and conven ient Postal system of exchange? ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 13 October 1894

LOCAL .A 7: (7 ''I eanaot toll 11 Uutli may be, I JCtl Ike t-.tle a* 'pv:v- told to BM." Register! Have you registered? A Tabernacle Meeting will he held by the Free Methodist Society, beginning OeV 23rd and continu ing until Nov. 4th. A cordial in vitation extended to all. Suitable ground* for camping in East part jf the city. Register 1 If you want tUo W. L. Doagias .shoo, go to the Cyclone Store. Register' The Dawn has turned out a host if job work this week. ggT*Kr >;Ji*TER TO-DAY F Mrs. C. E. Helm returned last Saturday from her eastern visit. Register! Miss. Tear] Ffelna{returned home' Last, Monday from her visit on the Souna. flgF R IB»ISTER TO-DA V! The Populist Executixe Commit tee meet in the Daws office to iay at 1 p. m, sharp! Register £ It is Baid MoGFrath's hounds were Joocl for treeing chipmunks white Hunting for Jeffrey's murderer. M. M. Emerson is just in from the Methow country, were he has gut finished some government sur veying contracts. (pVREGfI&TEK TO-D...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 20 October 1894

We are Fighting tor PRINCIPLE Not Party Men. VOL. 1. Was It A Victory? Maine has gone republican! Vermont went republican! Rhode Island is solid republican f Pennsylvania is also republican! New York will go republican! The East if solid republican! Whoop! Well, who ever said' it wouldn't be? Now hurrah, you poor old' West em republican free silverites; tan't you see the calamity that is coming on to your republican party ? Your party has been captured, Mr. Republican Freesilver, by the Eastern gold-bugs, and you are a shouting "glory I" from every stump. What does it mean? Can't yom see? Why, the gold-bvg support has been transferred to the republican party. Are there any free silver republi cans in Maine? No. Are there any free silver republi cans in Vermont? No. Are there any free- silver republi cans in Rhode Island? No. Are there any free silver republi «ans in New York? Not in office. Are there any free silver republi cans in Pennsylvania? Very few. Then where is your victory ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 20 October 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. (O) R. A. TURNER. I-IDITOR. Weekly KiHtum oOc Per Tear. Monthly Edition 10c Per Year. THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO, [Entered a- 2nd. Cla** M »tt*r at ih« Ellen** fcurgti Po»t~Offiee, l»ec L2tb, ii. P. Bdjpngton, President. Wm. I'eaKeidft, Vice President. $. (J, EforidHon, Treasurer, jfe. . Pomcr Secretary, #*~*uy. Hwnu* li A«; In t\l»\\iu. M. ■MM K. PEOPLE'S PARTY STATE TICKET. 3.0r Congress: VV. P. C. ADA MS. of Whatcom County, i. < . \ a\ PATTEN, of Columbia County. 3or Suprfe! • Judges: 11 L. FORK EST, of Thurston County. Jaunty Ticket, 9fcpi rtK*lltfiti*i •••: John Catlin :tn<J J. J. Lewlis. A nJitoi; -. 'I . Stirling. i>> ;iit. <• |< rk • H W. Eldred. Treasurer: J<»hn C. Eliteeo. Iberifl: V. till ira M. Stin«oo. Count] Anorney: L, A. Vincent, ftupt. Schooln: Mr-. S. F. Mootgoou ry. A--«:-«< r. j. Cmii*. Co/mit'i : k Tberon Stafford purveyor: LewJn K. J.lli-on. Commissioner, Difct. 2: J. F. Brown. N 3: 8. T. Pack wood. Ki.ijonhm.kg, Oct. 20th, L 89...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 20 October 1894

Packwook was Sheriff, and Assessor j also. Let's just for argument sak«- look at the Assessors feas for same year: Salary of Assessor, clerks and de puties $2,551.55, making a total of $13,183.13. Taxpayers, how does this com pare for one year as against four years'-and four months. The present Board of county Commissioners tell you they have retrenched, that last year it only cost the normal sum of $38,000. to run the county; that the year be fore, it cost $»>O.OOO to run it They don't explain to you that the garment was cut out for them and they could not make it larger: that our county officials had al ready run the county over $80,000 in debt beyong the constitutional limit, for which an injunction suit is now pending in the Supreme Court of this State. They don't tell you that the as sessed valuation of our property is greater than our property could be sold for, and is out of all reason, They don't tell you that we had no courts the last year for want of funds to carry ou t...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 20 October 1894

"I tannot tell how tbw in 'li ma> ba, i tell the tulr- a- 'twit r. A me." Cool and tfoudy. Potat*' digging i- tile ortier of the day Hyde came to PJlitrmrWurg and she Barge sailed oov. L. R. Grime*, State Auditor, wm :n the city yesterday. It you want the \V. L. Douglas -h<tf ; « be The Cyclone Store. Walter J. Reed of t'i*'-l'riu y :i. wae jb. city on Thursday. W. \V. fetone return* I from the Ifethow country Tuesday. il now ha* meney en xku-. r < ruu'ke tana loan*. Mr. I. i: rayior brought to fhis ■jili';e some Jine samples of potatoes. Mr-. J. A. McCandless and ohil i>-' 'eft last Tuesday for Honolu lu. It'you want your shoes tapped, sew ?£. hi- patched, go to the Cyclone Store. Prof. Barge will not let his fence town again soon as he did- at the* Montgomery school home; &, T. Packwood*B startling state ments in this issue ougnt to make ah nd reds of Populists vote. j.'hw remains of R. X. Campbell. a brakeman on the N. P. R. R. who was killed at Hot Springs on Tue...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
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