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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 27 October 1894

We are Fighting tor PRINCIPLE Not Party Men. VOL. i. God created. man, man created Congress, and Congress created mo nopolies; monopolies control Con gress, Congress defies man, and man is crucified between the two. Remember that when you vote the democratic or republican ticket you vote with and for the trusts, corporations and plutocratic mil ionaires. You vote just as they want you to vote. William Pitt, said in the Brit ish Parliament, in 1701: ''Let the American adopt the funding sys tem and go into tneir banking in stitutions, and their boasted inde pendence will be a mere phantom.' "The overshadowing curse of A merica to-day is the monopolist. He puts his hand on every bushel of wheat, every sack of flour and every ton of coal, and not a man, Woman or child but feels the touch of this money despotism. He con trols nominations and elections. He has the democratic party in one pocket and republican in the other." —Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage. A False Statement. It is rumored by some...

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. — 27 October 1894

WEEKLY DAWK (O) R. A. TURNER, EDITOR. (0) Weekly Edition 50c Per Year. Monthly Edition 10c Per rear. V.'EEXLY 6-. MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. IKnt«r*d ah 'Jrui. '.'la--- Mutter at the Ellens* Ikirfrh Port-Office.] S.. P. Edgiogton, President. Vim. VonNeida, Vice President. Di C. D*vidson, Treasurer. BC A. Turner. Secretary. OTICI, IMMM > A ft in ( ADWOEMi PEOPLE S PARTY STATE TICKET. 3or Congress: W. P. C. ADAMS. of Whatcom County. J. C. VAX PATTEN, of Columbia County. 3fcr Hupren c Judges: H. L. FORREST, of Thurston County. Dounty Ticket. flfepreftentativeH: John (,'atlin and J. J. Lewi.-. Auditor: K. T. Sterling. County Clerk: H. U. Eldred. Treasurer: John C. Ellison. Sheriff: William M. Htinson. County Attorney: I- a. Vincent. Sfeipt. .Schools: Mrs. S. F. Montgomery. Aiwe After: I. E. Curtis. Goroner:.Theron Stafford. Surveyor: Lewis F. Ellison. <s>)rni]ii>-sioner, Dist. ii: J. F. Brown. M S. T. Packwood. Ellensbttrg, Oct. 27th, 1804. Try The Dawn a year. ll yo...

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. — 27 October 1894

labor, amounting all tfae way fpvm fifty -dollar* up to two hundred -dol lars kaid earned money tor the dif ferent men, according to their <em l&oyiaent and time .employed. When, if the matter {had ibeen properly managed, everyone would •have received every dollar due him. Again in the Ackley-Burch ard case, Pruyn & Ready were the attorney's for Mrs. Burehard, (now Mrs. AiCkley) in her suit for divorce, in wMc she was anoeessfnl in securing lier divorce and tl»e custody el* her children. Afterwards, when Stu chard wanted to gain the custody of the same children, Pruyn & Beady act ed as his attorney's, receiving a fee from him, they having already re ceived a fee from Mrs. Burehard in the idivoaiee suit, virtually, receiv ing a fee ion tooth sides of the case. Here is what the attorney's for respondent in the case of Ackley vs. Burehard (the case above refer red to) now pending in the Su preme Court, say in their brief: "The reprehensible and negligent "conduct of Pruy...

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. — 27 October 1894

LOCAL NEWS. # cannot tell how the truth may be, I tell the tale as »twa- told !<• inc." Vau Bitten Monday evening. Good rains o*ll Monday, Tuesday find Wednesday. ~ If you want tlie W. L. Douglas shoe, go to the Cyclone Store. Get up a big club for the Dawn in your neighborhood. C. 11. Stewart now has money on laud to make farm loans. Born—On Oct. 23rd 1894, to the wife of M. A. Colo, a daughter. If you want your shoes tapped, sew ed, or patched, go to ihe Cyclone Store. Col. Will Vischerhas left the re publican patty. Harley Brown leaves on Monday fbv Salt Lake, Utah. Judge L\ man Trumbull has join ad the Populist party. Last Saturday night the foothills put on a white mantle Come out and hear J. C. Van Patten Monday, Oct. 29th. Frank Head rick of Easton, made us a pleasant call yesterday. S*m Pres. 1 ey of Cle Elum, was a moug the callers at the Dawn of fice yesterday. The demo-i epi blican party has become a robber party in theory and anarchist in practice. The Free Methodist ...

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. — 3 November 1894

Wo are Fighting lor PRINCIPLE Not Party Men. VOL. 1. HOUSE COMMITTEES. As Taken From the Official Directory 53d Con gress. li £ COMMITTEES. j*| • ■5c ! ' & * Com. on Accounts —!> 3 '<> " on Agriculture—aß j; n " on Liquor Trafic —11 2 0 " on appropriations, 171 710 " on Banking and cur rency. Hi H 10 " on claims <> 9 4i Coinage, Weights &i Measures, 18 7 ill 4i on Ele' on, 15 7 [6 * 4 on Expenditure in j the Treas. Dept., 7 7 on Foreign Affairs, 13 6 .7 " on Interstate and For eign Affairs, 17 (J 11 Pensions, 15 2 |13 " on Irrigation and Arid Lands, 11 2 9 * on Judiciary, 17 7 10 44 Mines and Mining, 14 2 12 " Pacific railroads. 15 5 i(J 44 Patents, 13 5 S *' Postoftices & roads, 16 7 !> 4< Public buildings and grounds, 15 <> 9 v Public lands, 16' <> |9 i{ Rail ways <& canals, lo 4 S> v Reform and civil sei-i vice, 13 14 <> " Ruie*. 5 2 3 *' War claims, 13 5 8 4< Ways and means, 17 '6 111 This is the last issue of the D...

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. — 3 November 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. (0, R. A. TURNER. EDITOR. i j | Weekly Edition oOc Per Year, Monthly Edition 10c Per Year. FV3LJSHED WEEKLY k M'NTHLY EV THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. [Entered a» 2nd. Class Matter :it tho Elk-n.»- t>ur£rh Post« Office. ] WL P. Edgington, President. Wm. VonNeida, Vice President. 3. C. Davidson, Treasurer. B. -5.. Turner Secretary. OFFICE. Rooms SAIII ( ADWDKM, ■LOCK. PEOPLFS PARTY STATE TICKET. Isor Congress: \V. V. C. ADAM-. ■! Whatcom County. J. • **AN PATTEN, of Columbia County. Wot Supreme Judges: H. L. FORREST, County Ticket. Sfcpresentative?: JOHN CAT LIN. J. J. LEWIS. 3. T. STERLING, County Clerk: H. W. ELDRED. Treasurer: J. C. ELLISON. Sheriff: W. M. .-TINSON. County Attorney: L. A. VINCENT, Supt. Schools: MRS. s. F. MONTGOMERY. A.*«e*«or: I. E. CURTIS. Gforoner: THERON STAFFORD. Inn '-vor: L. F. ELLISON. Commissioner, _': J. F. Bit OWN. Commissioneri Dist '■>'■ S. T. PACK WOOD. Ellensbukg, Nov. 3ed, IM>4. Tby The Dawn a year. Ii you want facts, you must read...

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. — 3 November 1894

Misstatements Corrected. I have no doubt but what most of the tax-payers of Kittitas county have seen the comment made by the editor of the Register in its is sue of Oct. 27, attacking my letter of the previous week, published in the Dawn and Register. Don't you think the editor was very generous and the democratic leaders not very consistent in their argument? For instance, two years ago, you are aware I happened to be the nominee of the democratic par ty for representative. You will remember how well my administration showed up then and you well know I have not had any thing to do as a county otHcial since. What has brought about this change? Tax-payers, look here, this Mr. A. M. Stevens is an educated man, a great financier aud a statesman, according to the Register and his statement published showing his statesmanship. Now can you tell me why this being the case, he had to call on Balaam's Beast for a mouthpiece to help him out, unless he and the beast both are afraid the vaults...

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. — 3 November 1894

(Continued from third page.) How docs that compare with your champions. Yes, why didn't you tell the people thai the legislature had cut down the time, or in other words the terms of county connnis sioners courts to not to exceed ten days. No wonder they don't hold j long terms. They are like the fel-1 low that had tits for whiskey. No more whiskey, no more tits. No more money uo'more commission* ers court. Last of all you wanted j t ) know whj either of the present j incumbents ought to he retired. For this very reason, it' they are the statesmen you would have us believe they could champion their j ovn cause without your making i their light for them. Isn't that ' sound logic Mr. man. Now .Mr. when you eonsumate fehis deal of nil my property in a lump lor iis assessed valuation of 1893 I will forgive you your polit-1 ioal lies md misrepresentations, There is levied for the year of urn $ 6i,000 I Cash in the treasury exclu sive of other available funds 22,710 j TaA un collected on ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 10 November 1894

We are Fighting tor PRINCIPLE Not Party Men. VOL. 1. Who Control the Money? Wni. Windom, late Secretary of the United States Treasury, in 1886 said: "There are in this country four men who, in the matter of taxation, possess, and frequently exercise, powers which neither Congress nor any of the State Legislatures would dare to exert —powers which, if ex ercised in Great Britain, would shake the throne to its foundation." Church Notice. Ellknsburg, Wash.. Nov. 5, '04. All persons whose names ap pear on the records of the Christian Churh in Ellensburg, are requested to- be present at a meeting to be held on 11th day of Nov. at 11 &. m. sharp. Business of impor tance demands your attendance. By Order of Com. What Grant Said: While republican papers are criticising Wm. L. Wilson's Lon don speech none of them has yet printed the following extract from a speech made by Clen. Grant while he wa* being entertained in England: "I believe that we shall become one of the greatest free trade...

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. — 10 November 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. R. A. TURNER. KDITOR. (< |j \yeekfij Edition :•<<<■ Per Year. Jfont/il'ij Edition lOe Per Year . J L'BLrS).'i-D WEkKLY & MONTHL/ Bf ME. 3AWN PUBLISHING CO. [Entered a; -.'nil. Class Matter at the Kllens >W%h Po>t-otiiec, Kittitas «:<»untv, W-asb n; r j>u, November sth, 1891.] ii- £?. Edgingto-n, President. v V.'u. V-onNeida, rice President. j\ Davidson, Treasurer. it. A Earner Secretary. HPFIC'K, Knoui* 14.01 m i aum dkm, To Our Readers. »v?.i ev buy bread or tobaeec, oils, )jftOn.«, dr. goods or pen knives, it is your cijrty to see ;;>;it your money falls into the tln>st« who uppreciata your trade .n/» w ■!<> n,v ..;atri'.-ut.tiK 30 largely to the ' tttppoil of j our paper by in.the ■ jo.uui>n> of the T'.K I)a.vN> T.o Our Advertisers. wo are acting an honest business and Jo not intei; to secure your patronage by false statements, Our napes is not read by C7££ybody, bul it is read by a great man> of OtW.VG*t.bu*?.a(s3B...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 10 November 1894

THE POPULISTS ARE p HOP KltJ< V I N ]T. TWO YEARS MORE THEY WILL SWEEP THE PLATTER. DEMOCRACY is DEAD. The election passed off very quietly over the county, although the in terest was intense. The vote was heavy and never in the history of the county has there been so much scratching. All the party workers labored diligently, and very few voters failed to vote. The work of collecting the returns has been very slow and difficult, as a number of messengers failed to bring a memorandum of the vote of their precinct and the ballots being locked up pending the official can vass. there has been a most annoying delay. The returns show that the Repub licans elected one legislator (Barge), the auditor, clerk, treasurer, assessor surveyor, coroner and county super intendent. The Populists elect one legislator, (Catlin). the sheriff and two commis sioners. The Democrats elect E. E. Wager prosecuting attorney, by a very nar row margin, and that is all that party got. Below will be found the ...

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. — 10 November 1894

WASHINGTON DATES. SOME FACTS ABOUT THE STATE OF WASHINGTON THAT MAKE INTERESTING HEADING FOB US ALL. At a meeting of the Haller Law Club in Spokane, a few years ago, Joseph Shippen presented an inter esting and valuable table of the leading dates in the history of the Territory. He used those dates as a basis for a short talk on Territori al history. The table, which will be useful for reference, is as follows: 1592 —Discovery by Joan de Fu ea, a Greek in a Spanish ship. 1792 —Discovery by English ship Discoverer, Peter Paget being one of the officers. 1792 —Discovery of Columbia river by United States ship Colum bia. 1803 — Cession of Louisiana by France, Napoleon first consul. 1804- 6—Exploration by Clark and Lewis under Jefferson. 1811 —Settlement of Astoria by J. J. Astor. 1813 —Surrender of Astora (Fort €reerge) to the British. 1818, Oct. 20—Treaty with Great Britain for joint occupancy from Stony mountains to Pacific ocean. U. S. St. 249.) , .1819 r Feb.22.—Treaty with Spain c...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 10 November 1894

CONSULT your OW AND SlT** HTJCSJIS YOV ga** b© tscssibssst. .5 Pounds Granulated Sll gar $1,00 :6 Pounds "C" coo Blankets, Furnishing Goods. E. F. FOGARTY. ARE A FEW OF OUR PRICES: Everything Else In Proportion* AT BED ROCK PRICES! Interests WATCH THIS SPACE EACH WEEK.. 20 Pounds Rol ed Oats „ $IM in Cans of Tomatoes i.oo Rubber Goods, Boots and Shoes. EILENSBUS WASH.

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. — 17 November 1894

We are Fighting tor PRINCIPLE Not Party Men. VOL. i. GENERAL NEWS. Populists carried N. C. California went democratic. Gov. Pock of Wis., is defeated. Mo. elected the republican ticket. Gov. Waite, of Colo., is defeated. The Populists made]? large gains ia every State. The republicans claim lowa by 70,000 plurality. The total Populist vote this year is about 2,000,000. Morton beat Hill in New York by over 100,000. Wok jli. Springer of Illinois, is defeated for congress. Republicans elected eight con gressmen in New Jersey. Everything iv Nevada has been tarried by the Populists. Torn Johnsou, the Ohio Congress wan, is surely defeated. Arkansas elects a full democrat ic congressional delegation. Michigan elected the republican ticket by a large plurality. The Ga., Populists will contest for two members in congress. John Jacob Astor is building a #2,500,000 hotel in New York. Wilson, of tariff bill fame, was defeated for congress in W. Va. North Dakota goes to the republi cans, so does...

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. — 17 November 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. (O) R. A. TURNER. KDITOR. (0) Weekly Edition .")()(■ Per Year. Jlanthly Edition 10c Per Year. PUBLfSHKD WEEKLY & MONTHLY BY flf DAWN PUBLISHING CO. {"Entered as 2nd. Class Mutter at the Ellens, targb. Post-Office, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November stb, lH'.ii.] R. P. Edgingtoa, President. Win. VonNeida, Vice President. 8« C. Davidson, Treasurer. B. A. Turner. Secretary. WFIC'E, Rooms Jd ttin I'ABWDELL U4IK. To Our Readers. Wttether you buy oread or tobacco r olls> llanos, dry fronds or penknives, it is your attitv to sue. thai your money falls into tbe handslbi.se who appreciate your trade and ah" are contributing so largely to tbe support "t your paper by. advertising in tbe columns of the THX Dawn. To Our Advertisers. \\'< urn oonduetiagan honest business and <&n nol ialend to secure your patronage by false statements, Our paper is not read by •verybody, but it la read by a great many of our best business men, farmers and labor ers, and \vc belie...

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. — 17 November 1894

place on the county ticket, there is no one connected with the Dawn that asked for such a thing, never theless, four of them were solicited and offered nominations on the Popidist ticket, but all their offers were spurned. Any one, we care pot who, that says that we de manded or asked for nomination, is telling something he cannot prove, and we defy him to prove it. THE WAY IT IS DONE. RECKLESS EXTRAVAGANCE OF THE REPUBLICAN PAR TY IN WASHINGTON. The first State legislature, com vened in . 1889, cost the taxpayers $136,800.15 for actual expenses, which was at the rate of $956,69* per day' The session of 1891 lasted 60 days and cost $1,079.69* per day! The last session was almost en tirely wasted in the fruitless tempt to elect & United States Senator, but time was found just before the close of the session to pass bills appropriating State mon ey to the enormous amount of $2,320,683.19 for the two years begining April 1, 1893, and ending March 33 , 1895. The estimated income of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 17 November 1894

CONSULT J&»3> BVr IffXSSniQ WIT GAJB S>o TJC3S bssst. 35 Pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00 36 Pounds "C rt Sugar 1.00 Blankets, E. F. FOGARTY. -4=3*HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR PRICES: Everything Else In Proportion. Furnishing Goods, AT BED ROCK PRICES! Interests WATCH THIS SPACE EACH WEEK.. YOUR 2o Pounds Rolled Oats $1,00 io Cans of Tomatoes i.oo Rubber Goods, Boots and Shoes, ELLENSBURG, WASfI OWN

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. — 24 November 1894

We are Fighting 'tor PRINCIPLE Sot Party Men. VOL. 1. COUNTY NEWS. •'I cannot tell h<«w the truth ntav he, I tell the tnle as 'twas told to me." Snow! FbtTK inches deep. Mrs. Ralph Kauffman w still very sick. Geo. Klliott has his black horse at home againv. Joliu Black, of Swank, was in the city this week. Win. Tate had a nice lot of fat hens stolen recently. If you want the W. L. Douglas shoe, go to the Cyclone Store. C. H. Stewart now has money on band to make farm, loans*. The Democrats are blaming the President for their defeat. E. C. Hartle, of Cle Flum, made 18 a pleasant call on Tuesday. Money on hand for farm loam*. C. H. Stewart, No. 58 Geddb Block. First snow fall of the season put in appearance Thursday night. Regular services at the Chueh of Christ every Sunday at 11 and 7. "Wanted- -At this* office*. Wood, hay, grairr and fruit on subscrip fcions to Dawn. 11F you want your shoes tapped, sew ed, or patched, go to the Cyclone Store. Saw Pressey and jred Taylor, of €le ...

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. — 24 November 1894

WEEK LV U U\\\ V A. TURNER EDITOR Monthly Kdition I'M f'm ) <.>>. V. ■•.:.r.:•.}.:. *ik.kYJL.t * t-r.i>-: By THE IAWI PUILISNIIi C r j. h. C. J>v.:o-.v. : Treawer. *. A Tarwri Hecretarj »* »I« . 4 '> in « \l>VWir i f. Ki'i :",!.'.> Iy. Nov 1V:;\. \*?.)\. Our Washington Letter: J. '>> 'U MeoCMtt '.ot-.fei.-W;.-i,k . ; V, asmixoto*, Nov. 10, 1894. The 11 w bond issue, which was • if.' i at i ounced within 24 hours a? •' retary Carlisle's positi re -.'ate !/.<-;.that o immediate issue of bond* aas contemplated, hah sue* seeded the <-.«:'.oris as a con versa tiosa] topi< o'Jri Washington, Hec •etary Carlisle ban a reputation for truthfulness that is no', excelled by any man in public life. For lhat reason it inferred by many ftai these is truth in the talk about Cl* .< fand having mad ithe ■tents fc>r the bond issue with Wall itreet bankers without consulting Secretary Carlisle, Although the President himself has denied that he did. i puzxlin...

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. — 24 November 1894

Profits of Bonds. Up to 1880 there had been sold the Mlow iiniounts of bouds- payable in lawful monej: Year. Bond". Cost in Gold. 1802 * 80,982,450 $ 44,080,640 1908 100,987,550 101,890,850 1884 381,29g,2M IN!»,«Bi7,«i;XJ jßo."> 279,640,15(1 308,214,090 ISOO 124,914,400 85,.-i01,77:J 1867 421,4(i0,600 308,215,800 18U8 425,443,800 312,826,223 Total $1,854,780,159 £119,400.024 Net prolit of $606,269,526 PreP'imn paid on bonds bought by Government to date 62,800,000 >*et gain on purchase 731,069,526 Interest to date 2,548,726,049 Total profits $8,274,795,565 All This Since: 1873. The loss to our people by falling prices has l>een as follows: Loss on wheat since the demonetization of silver $4,000,000,000 Loss on corn 8,000,000.000 Loss on stock 2,000.000,000 Loss on cotton 2,oo;»,ooo.ooo Loss on Hay, Oats. Bye, and Barley, Loss on Fruit, Garden products. silver and lead bullion, 1j000,000,000 Total in 20 years. $ 15,000,000,000 This loss alone from wheat, corn, cotton, stock, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
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