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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

SILVER PARTY ROT. The following is the first sentence | of Mr. Thurman's speech on accept ing the chairmanship of the Chica go Silver Convention: 5 "The fight between those who be lieve that the circulating medium of this country should be hard mon ey —that is, real money, gold and silver, and paper redeemable in the same —and those who believe in the use of soft money —that is paper promises to pay money, redeemable in other promises to pay —is on." This one sentence brings a blush of shame to every honest Populist. Thurman further said: "I am against an irredeemable currency in every way. There is, no need of fiat money, for while it is true that there is enough real money, gold and silver, upon which our curren cy can rest, and if the poopleof this country are only true to tne princi ples hard money which was taught them by their fathers, those who seek to issue fiat money will be doomed to disappointment, for when the people of this country come to fully realize the full im port...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

THAT MRTY. The gold bug press is rushing in a peli-mell manner to inform the dear people of the death and burial of the People's Party and the for mation of a new silver party. They know the whole thing is a base and wilful lie; yet, they doubtless wish it was true, as it would afford some of the fawing scoundrels and hypo crites an opportunity to crawl into it, that cannot face the Populist music and join in with it, with any hope of ever getting an office. That is all in the world that caused hun dreds of little spouters all over the the country to jump into the recent siver circus and yell for silver. The majority of the croakers who croaked so loud in those silver meeting were men who had just vo ted the gold-god ticket and who would not touch the Populist plat form with a ten-foot pole, and yet, the Populist party was the only one in the recent campaign that stood boldly and fearlessly pledged to free silver coinage 16 to 1. Oh, ye fawning scoundrels, that would, if you could, ...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

CREAM—NOT SKIM-MILK. Every farmer ahd villager, their wiver and boys and girls, will be interested in the big-little, Farm Journal, of Philadelphia. Its 200, 000 subscribers are scattered from Maine to Washington, and from Michigan to Texas. Its breezy, crisp, boiled-down pages contain <ts much information in the course of the year as many of the high-priced weeklies; while its earnest, manly tone and its bright and common sense way of treating farm matters leaves a good and lasting taste in one's mouth. The subscription price is 50 cents a year. We have made arrangements with the pub lisher by which we can give it and The Dawn one year for t>s cents. Sample copies will be sent free by addressing a postal request to Earm Journal, Philadelphia, Pa. Though political or fiuaucial legislation in Congress hus put the silver mining industry oX tne country to steep for a lime, and tho' there has been a panic stalking over tile laud to the ruiuiutf ol tens ol thousauds of men and corp...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

WORDS OF WARNING FROM THE SOUTH. The South sounds a warning to the ways and means committee. The manufacturing interests of Alabama and Tennessee by their representatives, made an informal argument before the democratic members of committee. As the dele gation present were also democratic in politics, the conference was ami cable until near the close when the chief spokesman of the Southerners F. <i. Bush, president of the Mobile and Birmingham railroad, and also of the Clifton Iron Co., protested against the injustice of placing iron ore or coal on the free list in a very emplatic manner. He said: "11 this committee, as reported, is to put lumber, ri«e, sugar, coal and irou ore on the free list, theu ilie South might as well give up; It will be a death blow to southern prosperity. We aie democrats lrom princi ple, aud do not expect to suffer iu the house of our menus, il we do the natural quei>- tiou to ask is how loug win we continue to KISS THE HAND THAT SMITES CB." Its use...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

EXTRAORDINARY!!! We have made arrangements with Gen. Weaver whereby we can now offer you THE DAWN one year; THE FARMERS TRIBUNE one year and a copy of the great Quadrangular Debate all for $i. This is indeed an extraor dinary offer and he or she that passes it by will sooner or later regret it. Send all orders to this office. Vol. 1 No. 1, of The Dawn, a monthly reform publication at El lenesburgh, Wash., comes to our table full of good Populist doctrine. It is in pamphlet form of 12 pages. It ought to have every Populist in Washington on its list. —Farmer's Tribune, Des Moines, lowa. "We are in receipt of friend Tur ner's new paper, The Dawn. It is about the brightest dawn we have ever seen, and the good things we may expect when we receive the full break ol day, or high noontime can be but dimly conceived. Success to the Ellensburgh Dawn." —The Sun, Tacoma, Wash. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE DAWN, SPECIAL—ONLY TEN CENTS 2 3 SPECIAL OFFER! In order to reach as many peo ple as possible, we hav...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 December 1893

Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life away. Is the truthful, startling title of a little bouK that tells all about NO-TO- Bac, the wonderful, harmless guhkantjskd tobacco habit care, f'ne cost is trifling, and the man who wauls to quit and can't runs no physical or financial risk in using "N'o to-bac." Sold by all druggists. Book at store, or by mail free. Address, Thk Stickling Kjsmbdy Co., Indiana Mineral Springs, Indiana. ~WATT'S Family Healing Ointment. The Great Antiseptic and Disinfect ant Remedy. own healer for all diseases of the skin and mucous membranes. Cures Ca tarrh of the head and throat, piles, (itching, bleeding, etc.,) female Complaints, Ulcers, Old aores, Kezetna, letter, Salt Kheum, Cracked flands, Chilblains, Burns, and all itching of the skin. t'rice io cents. TRY MY VEIKKINAKY OINTMENT, TONIC CONDITION PoWDiSKet, COLIC OuKK, NJh.KVHi AND BONK JLINIMKNT. J. E. WATTS, 1020 N. Kansas Ave, lopeka, Kan. Each week an able reform speech, live editorials, ine cream of ...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

Low branches, tempest fearing, lieach out toward sun and sea; The bud that keeps straight upward Is that which makes the tree. THE REFORMERS DAWN, [Entered as 2ud. Class Matter at the Eliensburgh Post-Office, Dec. 12th, 1893.] Vol. 1. Eliensburgh, Wash. Jan. 1894. No. 3. R. A. TURNER, EDITOR $ PUBLISHER' ATTENTION! For a short time we will offer The Dawn for TEN CENTS A YEAR. We make this offer in hope of securing at least 5, 000 new subscribers. In order to get them we must ask your help in the cause. You, my dear reader, can secure 10 to 50 subscribers in your neighborhood. Will you do it? That's the Question! For a club of 10 will send you a copy of Fanny Fields Poultry book or our book on the "Money Question." For 50 subscribers will send you one of famous ''triumph watches," a first-class time keeper, and a watch that is highly recommened by the leading Reform newspapers. (CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE! Editorials: Sugar Beets 30 More of it 30 County Expenses 34 K. of L. to Enjoin Car...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

prppvnzTTJRFS OF KITTITAS COUNTY FROM JULY Ist, %% =-11 8 Salary Sheriff, Clerks and Deputies VB2 «o Salary Assessor, Clerks and Deputies AO6I f>o Salary Treasurer, Clerks and Deputies ,<x2 68 Salary County Surveyor Salary County Attorney, Clerks and Deputies 89 Salary, mileage, etc., County School Superintendent 1,058 77 Salary County Commissioners 20 Salary Water Commissioner 489 00 Salary Sheep Commissioner 192 50 Salary Superior Judge &00 84 Expenses Superior Judges from other counties <0 65 Jurors fees and mileage Superior Court 3,932 36 Witness fees and mileage Superior Court 3,228 14 Bailiff's fees Superior Court 288 00 Coroners fees and expenses of holding inquests 1,627 34 Justice fees Justice Courts 1,017 10 Constable fees Justice Court 936 35 Witness fees Justice Courts 1,219 40 Jurors fees in Justice Courts 91 20 Books and .Stationery 2,429 14 Printing and advertising including delinquent tax notices. . . . 0,290 50 Fuel, Light, Water, Janitors Salery, etc 1...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

A RICH ADDRESS. The American Federation of La bor that recently met in Chicago has caused considerable squirming among the g. o. p. animals. The address of welcome by W. C. Pome roy, is so rich and full of food for reflection that we reproduce it: "In the name of a hundred thou sand idle men I bid you welcom. In the name of toil I welcome you within the gates of the mistress of the inland seas, where the palace shines bright in the anti-Christmas tide and the hovel holds not a fagot to warm its freezing tenants, in the name of those edifices erected to the glory of God, but whose doors at night are tightly closed to the freezing poor. In the name of those ministers who fatten from the vine 3'ards of God, meanwhile forgetting that God's children are hungry and have no place to lay their heads. In the name of the fashionable congregation of the fashionable church in the fashionable suburb, where the palace, filled with warmth within, drops from the eaves the melting snows upon the fro...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

INDEBTEDNESS OE KITTI TAS COUNTY. The bonded indebtedness of Kit titas county June 30th, 1893 was reported by J. E. Frost, County Audtor, as follows: Seventy-eight $1,000.00 funding bonds issued and dated March Ist, 1892, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum, interest pay able annually, due 20 years from date of issue with option of redemp tion after 10 years. $78,000 00 WARRANT INDEBTEDNESS. General county fund warrants outstanding, No. 120 to No. 3814, State series "A," issued from Feb. 25th, 1890 to Dec. 7th, 1891, $81,063 25 General county fund warrants issued prior to Feb. 25th, 1890 and for which a call has been made by the county Treasurer that have not beeL presented for payment, $3,613 10 Court house and jail war rants outstanding, $3,750 00 Currant fund warrants outstanding, $6,498 57 Total indebtedness, $172,925 92 Or a standing debt of about $20 per capita. What is there to show for this vast indebtedness? It is time to call a halt. The people are greatl...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

FOR THE SCRAP BOOK. The following example may serve to awaken an interest in the discus sion of the present distressing hard times among producers: Mr. Brown loaned Mr. Green in 1868 $1,000 at 10 per cent, interest. Each year Mr. Brown received from Mr. Green i}TOO as interest money. In order to buy the $100 Mr. (jrreen sold from the products of his farm at the market price at that date — 50 bushels of wheat. 165 " " oats. 125 " " corn. 230 paunds of butter. 500 " " pork. 250 " " wool. 500 " cotton. 11l 1893 the mortgage wa3 renew ed at 7 per cent, interest. Now in order to buy the $70 interest trib ute Mr. Green must sell— 135 bushels of wheat. 300 " " oats. 265 " " corn. 535 pounds of butter. 1100 " " pork. 450 " " wool. 1000 " " cotton. Let every farmer study out the above proposition and ascertain if possible wny it is that a lower rate of interest demands a greater a mount of the products of labor in payment. Do you want this con dition to become a fixture in this country? If s...

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

THE REFORMER'S DAWN. PUBLISHED MONTHLY. R. A. TURNER, EDITOR. TEEMS, 25 CENTS A YEAE. Have you read our Special Ujfer —THE D.l W "A 'one year for Wc? There are 25,000 children under 12 years of age employed in the Pennsylvania coal mines. It is not enough to stand by your guns—there must be plenty of am munition kept near at hand. Read our offer on first page! The business man that presumes on the ignorance of tne Alliance man, is apt to be caught napping. Read our offer on first page! "Four hours' daily work is suffi cient to support any person if social conditions are just. —.Benjamin Franklin. Read our offer on first pa^ie! It must be about time to turn the democratic tariff-reform-yueen-Lil siapjack. Smells like something s a burning, doesn't it? Read our offer on first pace! It is necessary to chalk a repub lican to tell him from a democrat but either can be recognized at a glance by the snot on his sleeves. Read our offer on first page! "When old men go to the poor house and y...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

ENJOIN CARLISLE. Philadelphia, Jan. 19. —The fol lowing was sent out last night from the Knights of Labor headquarters: J. R. Soveriign, G. M. W., K. of L., Des Moines, Iowa: Secure council and go before the U. S. Supreme immediately, enter injunction proceedings against Car liise restraining him from issuing $50,000,000 of bonds. The interests of the people, upon whom the bur den of all taxation to pay interest and principal of these bonds fall, re quire that you should immediately take this step against the Secretary of the Treasury, enjoining him from incurring* a further debt while the resources of the government, if properly applied, are sufficient to meet all lawful demands. (Signed) John W. Hays, Gen'l Sec-Treasurer. REPLY. Des Moines, lowa, Jan. 19 —John W.Hays, 814 N. Broad St. Case submitted to council. If there are reasonable grounds on which to force a standing in court, injunc tion proceedings will begin at once. (Signed) J. R. Sovereign, Gen'l. Master Workman. Accordin...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

CALLED TO HIS REWARD. DIED. —Near Waterville, on Thurs day, L>ee. 21st, 1893, about 4 o'clock p. m., John J. Brownfield. On Sunday morning he went out to feed the hogs and fell on the ice hurting his back, but did not com plain much, seemed drowsy and slept most of the day. He ate hear ty Monday but was up only about two hours and on Tuesday had a paralytic stroke, from which he nev er recovered, never speaking again, or even conscious of his surround ings. He was about 75 years old. He came to Washington o years ago, having lived in 13ates county Mo., for 27 years, where he was be loved and esteemed by all who knew him. He was a staunch Greenback er and labor reformer, doing all in his power at all times to educate the people. He was near and dear to us —the father of Mrs. Turner. May his soul rest in peace ai.d enjoy the fruits of the good seed sown while on earth. R. T. TOO MUCH MONEY. John G. Carlisle in his annual report says: "The amount of money in the country outside of t...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

TO U SHO ULDIJYS URE TO UR HOMES IN A GOOD CO. There is 110 other way in which you can make yourself safe against loss or damage by fire. It is a duly you owe to yourself and family to seperate your home from all hazards and place the insurance upon It wnere no sweeping lire can disturb it. No one who values the hard earnings of the better portions of his life, will question the wisdom of insuring his property against loss or damage by tire. Tne question to be settled is simply this: It is better to let a reliable insurance company carry the risk thau to'carry it yourself. You cannot afford to carry your neighbor's risk, therefore you cannot afford to carry your own. Is not the protection offered worth more thau it costs? As every man is liable to accident, either by his own uiisfurtune, or the carelessness of others, is it not a duty you owe to your self aud lamily to provide agaiust them? After having decided to insure, the ques tion arises, wbat coinpauy shall we iu»ure in? The p...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

COUNTY EXPENDITURES. Our readers will find a statement of the expenditures of Kittitas coun ty for one year, on page 26, pre pared by County Auditor Frost. This statement was published in the Register last June, and it is of ficial work, the county of course is taxed to pay for its publication in a paper that is in harmony with the extravagant county administration. The Dawn has no personal griev ance against any county officer, but it will not tamely submit to what seems to us, official plundering of the people's treasury without a pro test. According to the statement the salary, clerk and deputies of the County Attorney cost $2,324.89 for one year. There being 365 days in a year, it is seen at aglance that he received nearly $6.35 for every day in the year. It seems to us that an overtaxed people can ill afford to pay extravagant deputy and clerk hires. The County Attorney has, we presume, done his duty, but it seems that clerks and deputies are rather expensive luxuries, and the....

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

GREAT QUADRANGULAR EBATE. Question: "Which Offers the Best Practical Political Means for the Benefit of the Workmen of this Country, The Democratic Party, the s Party, the* Republi can Party or the Uiiurch. The greatest debate of modern times, was held at Philadelphia, Pa., un der auspices of the Chatham Litera ry Union by the following speakers: Democratic Party —Col. Henry Wat terson oi Jventucky. The Church —liev. R. H. Connell of Pennsylvania. People's Party—Gen. Jas. B. Wea ver u) JLovva. Republican Party —Col. s. l. Woi fora oi i.\ew lork. The four speeches complete are printed in pamphlet form and will be sent to any address on receipt of 25 cents, or The Dawn one year and the pamphlet for 35 cents. Tllf WOAI-UAT th '° wooliest paper 111 L lIUUL Iliil published in Georgia. 11 i» euneii ana primed l>y wool-bat t>orp, iu Gracewood, Richmond county Ga., in the heart of l oin Watson's district. Subscribe for it if you want to bear the truth from Ga. Terms $1. per year, t>...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

EXTRAORDINARY!!! We have madej arrangements with Gen. Weaver whereby we can now offer you THE DAWN one year; THE FARMERS TRIBUNE one year and a copy of the great Quadrangular Debate all for $i. This is indeed an extraor dinary offer and he or she that passes it by will sooner or later regret it. Send all orders to this office. lilt JATJ.VALJIEW. J. H. Turneh, Ex-Sec-Treas. of the National Farmers' Alliance aud Industrial Union is now ASSOCIATE £DiI'OH AND BUSINESS .Manager of The National View. The View is now iu its liHh year, which matds it oue ol LUe oldes it uot the oldest REFORM —o— PAPER in the United States. Having the great advantage of beiDK uub lisned at the National Capitol, the present management propose to maKe it the Fkievd AND Companion of tkuk Hbfom- EK. The Omaha Platform is our UreeU. Send for samp lecopies. Address, J. H. TURNER, Bus. Mang., 1202 Penn. Ave,, Washington, D. C. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE DAWN, SPECIAL—ON LY TEN CENTS 3 6 Club Rates FOR ONE DOLLAR we will sen...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

T3C3B HJSFORMSSH'S VOL. 1. ELLENSBURGH. WASH., JAN. 189-i. NO. 3. YOUR KIND ATTENTION FOB A MOMENT PLEASE: — We presume you know we are do ing a "Cash Business,'' and that you are well aware of the fact that we can therefore sell you good Goods Cheaper than a Credit House possibly can. You pay Cash for your Goods instead of buying on Credit and you will save yourself a great many dollars. Here are a few of our prices: Fine Granulated Sugar, $5.60 per 100 pounds. Fine Granulated Sugar, 17 lbs. for $1.00. Small white Beans, 36 lbs. for $1. Rolled' Oats, 20 lbs. for $1. Rice, 14 lbs. for $1. H. H. Savon Soap, 60c. per Box. Savon Soap, full weight, $1. per Box. Liverpool Salt in 50 lb. bags, 60c. " " 5 " " 10c. Bring in your Butter and Eggs, we will pay you the highest market price. J. B. FOGARTY, The Leader and Originator of Low Prices. Ellensburgh, Wash. The Informer, at Salem, Arkan ■ Bas, says that in the absence of the chrysanthemum, the farmers of Arkanaas can wear a bunch of cole...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The reformer's dawn. — 1 January 1894

THE REFORMER'S DAWN. PUBLISHED MONTHLY. R. A. TURNER. EDITOR. (0) TERMS, 25 CENTS A YEAR. LOCAL NEWS. Our readers will please note the prices in Mr. Fogarty's advt. Head our offer on first page! The City Council is in a fret and stew, don't know just what to do. Read our offer on first page! A long pull, a strong pull, and a pull-altogether, and the sugar beet factory is an assured thing. Read our offer on first page! Have you seen Mr. Elliott's su gar beet proposition yet? If not, why not? See him at once. Read our offer on first page! Nothing succeeds like success and the sugar factory and aluminum works must be made a success. Read our offer on first page! Get a good picture of the baby at the Western Photo Gallery. 1 hey employ the instantainous process. * Have you read our Special Offer — THE DA If W one year for 10 c? Mr. J. B. Fogartv informs us that he and one of his brothers will plant 200 acres in sugar beets this year. That's the way to do it! Raise your own coffee one ce...

Publication Title: Reformer's Dawn, The
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