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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 24 November 1894

CONSULT xxn Birtr wjcsas roy gak »© tjcb best. 35 Pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00 26 Pounds U C" Sugax 1.00 Blankets, Furnishing Goods, E. F. FOGARTY. -HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR PRICES: Everything AT BED ROOK PRICES! SPACE EACH WEEK jfc Interests Else In Proportion. YOUR 20 Pounds Rolled Oats $1.00 to Cans of Tomatoes i.oo- Rubber Goods. Boots and Shoes. ELLENSBURG, WASH. OWN r.

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. — 1 December 1894

We are Fighting tor PRINCIPLE Not tuvty Men. VOL. i. COUNTYNEWS. •'Fmmnflt toll h«»w the truth may he, I tel! the tale as »twa* told to me." Walter Reed of Cle Elum, was in the city Monday. Tf you want the W. T;. Douglas shoo, go to the Cyclone Store. m C. 11. Stewart now Ims money oft band to make farm loam. A. L. Slemrnons of North Yaki ma, was in town Monday. Money on hand for farm loans. H.Stewart, No. 58 Geddifl Block. \Vaxtf.!>- -At this office 1 . Wood, hay, grain and fruit on subscrip tions to DAWN. Mince pi**, like your Grandfather iwl tn make for only twenty esnts, of the BOSS BAKERY. Geo. Horn heck has ahout recov ered, and is expected home in ahout one month, so we are informed. The finest coffees arc grown in Java ami Arabia—B OSS 0N G hlenrl* Wjpe coffers to perfection. If you want your shoes tappVi. sow ed, or patched, go to Ihe Cyclone Store. Look over our list of reform lit erature and favor us with your or ders. We can help you Along! Arc yon making mince meat? ...

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. — 1 December 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. R. A. TWRNEK. EDITOR. (O) Week/ if Edition oOe Per Year. Monthly* Edition l&e Ber Year. P'JBLrsH ED <VEfeKLY & MONTHLY BY THE DAWK FUBirSKIN& C 6. IKnterMl a* Sn'K &laM Matter r*t th* BWen*- lurirb rn-t.-Ortiw, Kittit:i« Ootintv, W:»-h --irii<t'>n, Movenber 3tb, 181*4. J 8.. i. E4gington t President. Win. VonNeida, Vice PreeWientt I. C. Davidson, Treasurer. K. A. Tanter Secretary. +» > X E, Rim*luh .UHib * *I>\VI»KI.I. ILtCK. , Satukdav, Dec. Ist, L 894. I; v»»U want facts, you mast rend Tif I. |) . • QiiJr every man you win to sub m>t'no i if r Mm Daw.x alonenv. MiU.luxs of people will not he n bh; to p;vy. tfaeijr taxes this winter or •ext. JjtE Populist iKtrtjr graws-strong & aUUbail as the people grow weak in finance. Wk are buyiag tJritisa ; gold with nur wheat instead of foreign nations toying oar wheat with their gold. SUBSCMB) for the ElAwa*> tfieon ly thoroughly. Populist paper that figita for principle published in 5 i ...

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. — 1 December 1894

Our Washington Letter: BROM Oun RSdUliAtt COHKMSro\I»KNi\ Washington-, Nov. 23>. 11894; Tilere are the most'radical differ ences of opinion as to what should be done to improve onr financial system, but public opinion* as rep resented in Washington, is practi cally unanimous as to the necessity for some change that will free the U. 8.. Treasnry from the domina tion of the class known best as "Wall street bankers*" although all its members are not Wall street men. This domination was never more manifest than during, the present areek, in connection with Hie $50,000,000 bond issue. Al though Cleveland was assured by these bankers before the bond issue was announced that they would furnish the gold for the purchase of the bonds from their own sup ply,.they have broken their words and liave drawn the gold from the Treasury which will lie reqnired to make the first payment of 20 per cent on the bonds, and there is ev eiy reason.to believe that the other 80 per cenfa will, also come ou...

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. — 1 December 1894

GEM: AL NT. VS. The Populistf fleeted 1 •■ members t>i the N. 1)., legislature. The denmcrats of Mo., lost 11, 683 votes in the lasl two years. Japan is still squeezing poor <>!<1 heathan China, Chi.na is squealing and is willing to give up Corea and pay a good war indemnity it only little Japan will let up. The Silver Congress is in session in $t Louis thisweek. On the 28th, It indorsed ""honest" money and the Jree and unlimited coinage <'f silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. The Wash ington delegates, except Spokane, voted against both propositions. Tin- ■■■■■ .•'- I'art) administration In Kan sas (luring |msl two \c:il- lias HIVPd Ibf t»xpav< is r>? thai 5tat«'5i,412,030.2:5 This Bift-t df. < r. •! I destroys the. lie tin- "I'opu ii i'.u has rained Kansas." On the Btti of this month the citi zens of this tonn% will be called opou in vote on the validating of aome ijw 1,000 of outstanding count y warrants. I think it very unwise •nth part of ?he Commissioners f...

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. — 8 December 1894

We are Fighting tor PRINCIPLE Sot Party Men. VOL. 1. COUNTY NEWS. M I cannot tell how the truth may be, I tell the tale as 'twas told to vie." W. W. Stone left for Yakima on Monday. If you want the W. L. Douglas .shoe, go to the Cyclone Store. There is considerable sickuess .v town at present. Another snow fall of nearly three inches on Tuesday night. C. H. Stewart now has mouey on band to make form loans. When you come to town, drop in and see us and get a few papers. Money on hand for farm loam. C. H. Stewart, No. 58 Geddis Block. If you don't get the Dawn, you don't get the new?. Wanted- -At this office. Wood, hay, grain and fruit ou subscrip tions to Dawn. The chicken thieves are getting in their work. They will get treat ed to a dose of cold lead some of these nights. Mince pies, Wee your Grandfather toed to make for only twenty cents, at the BOSS BAKERY. The finest coffees are grown in fova and Arabia—B OSS 0N G blends these coffees to perfection. If you want your shoes tapped...

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. — 8 December 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. (o) R. A. TURNER, EDITOR. (O) Weekly Edition 50c Per Year. Monthly Edition, lOe Per Year, PUBLISHED WEEKLY & MONTHLY BY THE DAVM PUBLISHING CO. {Entered as 2nd. Class Mutter at the Kllens fturgn I'oM-Office, Kittitas Cotintv, Wash ington, November . r )th, liS'M.) 31. P. Edgington, President. \Vm. VonXeida, Vice President. S. C. Davidson, Treasurer. K. A. Turner. Secretary. OFFICE, Rooms 5 A|o 111 ( ADMDF.M. JBLOCK. Saturday. Dec. Bth, LBO4. THE editor of this paper desires fo infwvuv wveral gentlemen that give us the cordial hand shake when they meet us, and stab us in the back vnencver they have a chance, that we propose in a short time to jive some interesting read ing matter in regard to some of their past political deals. One man in particular that came here not long since and poses as a lead er in the Populist party will get it from us shortly where the bottle received the cork. The Dawn was started for the purpose of publish ing articles pertaining to the Peo...

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. — 8 December 1894

Our Washington Letter: From OUR Skgl'i.ar Cokrespoxihsnt. Washington, Nov. 30, 1894. The attempted war scare this week was a decided "fluke" aud if it be char gable, as many believe, to the Nicaragua canal loby, it was a "bad break" ou the part of the lobby. The finger of suspicion certainly points that way. It was not until the committee representing the bankrupt Micara gua canal company went to London, ostensibly iv search of British capi tal, but really to "bluff' Congress, that England stirred up things by announcing a sudden change of policy, which was followed by Ja visit from the Nicaraguan minister to Sec. Gresham and a frantic ap peal for help to keep John Bull from swallowing Nicaragua, canal aud all. Of coiu-se Nicaragua wants the canal built, and the lob by has impressed its officials with the idea that the best way to get it done by this government is to put out the impression that England is after it. There is no more danger of a war with England, except of words, than...

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. — 8 December 1894

Some Figure?.. Some time ago n writer in the North American Review made the statement that the United States is the largest tenant farmer nation in the world. Here is a list of the tenant fanners in some of the States as given by the writer: Missouri 39,872 Pennsylvania 45,825 Maryland 13,898 Virginia 34,537 Korth Corolina 52,728 Cieorgia (12,175 West Virginia 12.000 Ohio 48,283 Indiana 40.050 Illinois 85,244 Michigan 15,411 lowa 45,174 MiffoiS'i 58,862 Jfebnuuv. U,491 Kejuw&y 44,027 Kansas 22,951 Imiw"(* 57,296 MiwUMftri 41,558 Arkansas 21i,130 Texas 55,465 TM 808,072 Hem art- 21 of our leading States with more tenant farmers than ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOT HAND AND WALES. The ttissouri World. Published weekly at Cbillieothe, Mo., at »0 «rts a } ear, is a good paper for general news, is uncompromisingly Populist, it is not local But Intruded for and circulates in all the Stales. Sample copy free. \U\ YAF want sample copies of 50 of the DU IWU best Populist, papers published? If so,...

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. — 15 December 1894

We are lighting tor PRINCIPLE Not Party M * n - VOL x. COUNTY mws. "I cann*l tell how the truth may be, 1 tell Ibe tale ■» twns told to me." If you want the W. li. DougTa* shoe, go to the Cyclone Store. fj.. H' Stewart now Las money on &»d to make farm loans. When you come to town, drop in and see us and get a few papers. Money on hand for farm C. H.Stewart, No. 58 Ge«kU#-Block. If yon don't get the-Dawn t you don't get the newF. How. L. K. Grimes ami wife are in the city tJus-week. Wanted- -At this office. Wood, hay, grain and fruit on subsctfip lions to Dawx. Borx.— To Mr. Mid Mrs, A. C. Norcrossv Ml Dee. 10th. a 10 pound Mince piex r Tiße ypttr Gromifather i*sd U) mrke for only f ire nty cents, at the BOSS BAKERY. Tlie fine*t coffees arc gvown in Java and A rahia—B O8S(> N G Uetvh these coffees U> perfection. Itfyon want joxcr .4ioes tapped. se\v •d, or patched, go to the Cyclone Store. Look oyer our list of reform lit erature aud faror us with your or ders. We can help...

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. — 15 December 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. (O) R. A. TURNER. EDITOR. (0) Weekly Edition 60c, Per Tear. Monthly Edition 10c Per Year. PUBLISHED WEEKLY & MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Ellens burgh Post-Ofßee, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November sth, 18«4. J It. P. Edgington, President. Wm. VonNeida, Vice President, fi. C. Davidson, Treasurer. It. A. Turner. Secretary. OFFICE, Rooium. 5Aj6 In C'ADWDEI.I, BLOCK. . Saturday, Dec. 15th, 1804. • Wo4JL4> you make Populist votes if you eotdd? You can make them by getting people to subscribe for the Dawk. Only oOctß a year. Thk people are eternally kicking •bout high taxes and yet they con tinue to vote to keep the old frauds m office who are determined to per petuate high taxes and employ a louse full of deputies to do the work of one man. Thk freight on wheat from Chi cago to Liverpool is 7 cents per Bushet, while from Ellensburg to Tacoma, a distance of 120 miles, it is 12 cents per bushel. From Chi cago to Liverpool ...

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. — 15 December 1894

Our Washington Letter: Fbom Our Rboular OoKiassrwNiMiw Washington, Dbq.4, W4. The so-called Carlisie currency plan fell very flat ou Congress. Something new was from the advance talk, but there is nothing new in the plan presented. The portion which refers to the enlargement of tne cirenlation of national bank currency is practi cally the «awe as that which may be round in a bill introduced iv the, House several years ago by Kepre ientativeWalker, a republican from Massachusetts, 'and which wm fa vorably eojisideredjby the commit tee on Banking and Currency, but was never actedjipon by the House. The same idea was" presented to a convention of Bankers which met at Baltimore during the present year, and was eadosed by that con vention; benee Its designation as the "Baltimore Plan." That por tion which recomaends an exemp tion from taxation of the jeureeuey | of such State hanks a* may choose j to comply with certain .regulat ions is believed to have been intended to weaken the silver...

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 December 1894

A DiabolicaF Fraud. It has light through Gordon Clark of Washing ton, D. C, who is in close touch witb friendsjliving in England,.and who has lived there himself, that certain London banking houses in that old metropolis, are engaged in STAMPING AMERICAN AKB MEXICAN SILVER DOLItAS COINS, and spending them abroad; the Mexican dollars go cfltefly to Asia, whilejthe Ameri can, or U. 8., dollars go to the In dies, and fioin there the U. 8«. coins are sent to the U. S. in place of gold in settlement of any balance of trale in favor of Americans (which ihff no dovbt take special care to ice largely exists.) As they can pure fete the silver at ahout (Ui.i cent per nnce, by this nefarious i|*t*»n) i ■• >an forfeiting, turn every 371 -4 grains of the ISO in the ounce wJ'cii cos I 68-£ cents into 100 cents, by which trick they make clear tffSH' 01: each 1000 ounces which tout them $635* Using grains /nrre si-ivsv to coin (alloy included) a dollar or 100 cents. Thus the foreigner grows- ric...

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 December 1894

We are Fighting 'fdr principle jot Party Men. VOL i. OUR WASHINGTON CITY LETTER. From Oitr Regular Corresmwdint. V C FINANCIERS BOTH GREAT AND SMALL OBJECT TO THE CARLISLE PLAN—NO CURRENCY LEGISLATION IS LOOKED FOR FROM THE PRESENT CONGRESS—THE CANAL BILL— SHREVE WRITES TO CARLISLE—FREIGHT POOLING BILL »\ ' < BEETS ITS DOOM BY A VOTE OF 166 TO 110. Washington, Dec. 14, 1894. The financier, public and pri ▼ate. has Been very much in evi dence this week in Washington,, •wing fco the hearings given by the House committee on Banking and Currency. Every man who has appeared before the committee did ■ot have a currency plan of his own to propose, althongli new plans kave been plentiful, but every man lad some objection to Secretary Carlisle's plan, either as a whole or to some of its details. It is doubtful whether the hearings, which will probably not be extend ed beyond ibis week, have strengthened or weakened Carlisle's plan in congress. It is taken for granted, from the talk of mem...

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 December 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. . (O) r. a. Turner, kditor. (Of- Weekly Edition 50c Per Year. Monthly Edition 10c Per Year. PUBLISHED WEEKLY & MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBHSHIH6 CO. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Ellens hurpb l'ost-Oltke, Kittitas (Jountv, Wash ington, November sth, 18f»4. ] R. P. Edgington, President. Win. VonNeida, Vice President. S. C. Davidson, Treasurer. K. A. Turner, Secretary. OFFICE, Rooiiim ii A|« in CADWDKLL BLOCK. Saturday, Dec. 22nd, 1894. A HAPi'Y Christmas and a Mer ry New Year to YOU ALL. A certain A. P. A. man has re peatedl)' warned us to be careful a feout. what we have to say concern ing ttV& order. Perhaps the Council con tern ])lates sending us a card I>earing the cross-bones and skull, sb it did in Spokane, to the Journal, and as moral cowards always do. If they cannot face the music and aaeefc the facte, would it not be well to ''fiesa""like men? Our doors are wide to all and we invite them to sm-open free and fair discussion of grievances, but threa...

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 December 1894

A hundred drops of blood for each gem that flashes on the necks of the rich and pampered women, and ten drops of blood for each tear that has washed the face of the poor. Every election is carried by fraud and boodle. Politics is so rotten that it stinks. Everybody knows it and noljody cares. America is no longer a republic. It is a plutocracy. The President is merely the crea tion of the banks, or bank directors, rarlroad kings and coal barons, anil it is the same with the governors of the States. The poor whine about their pov erty and gnaw their crust of bread, but can always be counted 011 to vote for the rich and shoulder their muskets and lay down their lives in defence of the right of the rich to rob them. A nation such as this, in which one million plutocrats tyrannize over sixty millions of slaves, will either be overthrown by a foreign power or drowned in its own blood or die of gangrene. The various labor organizations neither think together, vote togeth er, nor work toge...

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 December 1894

KOBE MONEY—LESS MISORY. > ♦•Brick" Pemeroy can't stand it any long- Mr to publish a monthly, and in order to »ay more and say it oftcner, harder and hotter will with the New Year bring his p»p»r out as an eight pa«e weekly, six columns to the page at oae- dollar a year. It will be a hot advocate 0/ the free coinage of silver into Sill le»»T tender tnouey for ail debts. Will •arge the entire cessations of oil Goveraiaent Ik»Us. It will be one o£ th* liveliest and s»ont Interesting famtfy newspapers in A mr-riea. One dollar per ye»r. Three copies year two d»li*r*. Ten copies one year vtt to otM yo»t office, $5. If vo& are lor tilv-. a national debt,. this i»a patj»r-ywj WHiit for a fact and for it* fast*, at once to 3S. M. Pomem?,. pSoowm m*. World iiuildsiis, New York City. The Miss on ri World weekly at Chillleot.be, Jfu., ato© ets iic.year, ia-a good .p&jMsP fe-r {eenerai new#, .HioemfHfomisingly Populist, it fs Rt»fl toeal 3«t iuteadt J. and cii in all' Sie ,3»mplB sopy...

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 December 1894

We are Fighting 'lor PRINCIPLE Hot Party M en - VOL. i. OUR WASHINGTON CITY LETTER. From Our Regular Correspondent. 'POPULISTS AND REPUBLICANS OPPOSED TO THE CARLISLE BILL—LOOKING OUT FOR NUMBER ONE—FREE SPEECH SUPPRESSED— A WARM TIME IN GENERAL. Washington, D*x\ 21, 1894. The administration is finding that the task of forcing the so call ed Carlisle currency bill through the House is one of gigantic pro portions. The debate had scarcely began before the administration . plan of having the bill voted on •i this week had to be abandoned, be cause of the fear, that if a vote was had this week a majority would be against the bill. The republicans and the Populists of the House are to a man opposed to the bill, and not enough democrats have declar ed in its favor to make its passage certain. That is why the debate is to be extended over the Christinas recess, which will be from Satur day afternoon to Wednesday, Jan. 3rd. How long the debate will continue in January will depend, if prese...

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 December 1894

WEEKLY DAWN. (O)- R. A. TURNER, EDITOR. (()) IVeckly Edition £0v Per Year. Monthly Edition 10c Per Year. PUBLISHED WEEKLY & MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. (Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Ellens- Post-OHice, Kittitas County, Wasb jbSton, November sth, 1804. ] I*. Edgington, President. XVnsi,. YonNeida, Vice President. 0. Davidson, Treasurer. ]&,: A. Turner. Secretary. «m('E, Rooiiin 5 «Kin C.iDU DKI.L ILOiK. Saturday, Dec. 29th, 1894. A HAi'i'Y Christmas and a Mer ly New Year to YOU ALL* Whilk the question of validating ttiie illegal Issue of county warrants was under discussion, the idea was advanced by some of the papers Ant it was necessary to validate the warrants iu order to maintain our credit and induce foreign capi tal to come here for investment. We stated at the time our reason supporting the measure were tftafc the services had been rendered and the county had had the benefit of the same, whatever they were, and should pay the debt. We thought then, and st...

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. — 29 December 1894

tion never to vote for one of these men and swear to never employ one? Any old soldier who has joined the A. P. A. and refuses sever the connection after learning the obligation, would be inconsist ent to a comrade by the hand or button. Spokane Council Xo. 13, A. P. A. of this city, was used in the last election, as the order has been throughout the country universally, in the interest of the republican party. You were not satisfied with keeping a man from voting for a Catholic, but a committee was ap pointed to fix up a ticket and sub mit it to the Council. The whole republican ticket would have been endorsed had it not been for a few Populists. Rather than have a split you allowed three Populists and two democrats on the ticket, so that it would be non-partisan. Those men were knifed. Some of you had other tickets printed substituting the name of a republi can for a Populist or a democrat who was not A. P. A., and inform ing the A. P. A. voters at the polls that it was the ticket...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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