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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 April 1895

IF YOU WANT A NICE SILVER TEA SET FREE GRENNASM & BECKER'S IE UIMIG XATKK.4L BAM BmtUND SETMOrn, President. J. C. Hj BBELL, v ice President. J. T. M.Stoxeroad, Cashier. DIRECrOftJ Edmund Sevntonr, Jos R. Paull, Eliensburg, Wash. P. H. vV. Ross, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Hubbell, Ellensburg, Wash. J- T. M. Stoneroad, Ellensburg, Wash. &T. Packwood, Ellensburg, Wash. J. B. Shultz. Ellensburg, Wash. «T. C. Goodwin, Eftensburg, Wasl. Jacob Farm. Seattle Wash. A general Banking business transacted. Deposits received subjeel U zheck. In terest paid on time deposits. Exchange on New York. Chieac . Sau Francisco, Portland, and all the principal cities of Europe. Fain tor Sale; a farm. r>;: : _ - all under aood fence um< In cultivation, (food pasture, lot* of small fruit,3'i mile* >. £. ot Ellensburg, price $35 acre. For furtber particulars enquire at office. COUNTY NEWS MISSION ZEVIJYRS. Sam Wyekoff is tow running a hotel at Mission. H. G. Bills is going to enlarge his store ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 April 1895

FOR SALE AT DAWN OFFICE. Money Four;.], by Thos. K. Hill 28 Poeple'a Party Hand-Book, Waton— 50 Breakers Abead, by Edward 1rving....26 Tbe Pullman .-trik<-, by Carwardine...*23 People* Party Shot >v rjbell, Bland 10 J'artv Platforms, contains all th'- National platform* ever adopted in the United States, Frederick....2B Quadrangular Debate, bj Gen. Wea ver, Col. Watterson, '.'tn. Wood ford and Rev. Ruasell H. C0nwe11....2S 'I ii" populist ( ompendiurn, by 81t55....10 Hon. -John I. Jonen Le ter to tbe Chairman of 11. *- 'Republican State Central Committee, tell why be left tbe Republican party "> Sbylock as i>:irik<:r, oondbelder, cor ruptiomst and conspirator, C1ark....28 Our Money War-, by Sam'l Levitt 80 FINBERQ I/R T J r J CO., L/EALER.'i IN Jrugs, Druggists Sundries, Paints, I'A TEA"! MEDICINES kIW ;WALLSFAPER. - ♦ ♦♦♦ _—^rWggg>» RLP ANS REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. ItlPANfi TARI'I.EH arc the best Medf •ln* known |fop Indirection...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 April 1895

Laws of Financial Death, 1. The law putting; two except inns on ! tbe GREENBACKS passed Feb. 25, '02. 2. The National Bunk Law, passed Mar. 28,15U3. 3. Tbe Contraction Act, passed March 6i b, 18W). 4. Credit strength ening act, passed Jlarch 18, 1 Stilt. 5. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. 8, Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12tb, IST'J. : 7. Tile resumption act, pnssed Jan. 14, 1574. IRREDEEMABLE MONEY. An Eminent French Wit ness Gives Testamony. Milwaukee, Wis.—S. F. Norton: Can you give us an example or in stance where paper money, without a coin basis, has ever been used? There are so many people that can not comprehend the idea of a paper money without a metallic base. An swer and oblige, A. 8. Wallingford. ANSWER. Right here in the United States there is a case exactly in point. From Feb. 25, 1862, to Jan. 1, 1879, there was a paper money that had not even the pretense of a spe cie basis. That money fed, clothed and e quipped the army, and carried on th...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 April 1895

T3C2B DJIWIV< (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. (0) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. JQ"? "Every person receiving a copy of The Dawn will please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only .jOo. v year. [Entered as 2nd. Class Mutter at the Ellens 9Urgn Pust-OlOce, Kittit.ts County, Wash ington, November sth, 1894 I Ellensburg, April. 27. "i ;inember this my toiling brother, ©l tiollar Can't create another. No Matter wno they are who take it, All wealth belongs'to those who make it." A Mailing Machine We have a white For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new, cost $33, will sell for |12 cash- At the Dawn Office. SPECIAL NOTICE! We have reached a point in the history of the Dawn where we must lave money. It is impossible to conduct a paper, however small, without borne money. We have de prived ourself and family of the necessaries of life in order to accom modate delinquent subscribers, and sow, that we are needing money so badly to meet our obligations, can't you accommodate us by payin...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 April 1895

IF YOU WANT A NICE SILVER TEA SET FREE, IIELLEXSBURG XATIOXAL BANK, Capital, $50,000. Edmund Seymour, President. J. C. Hubbell, vice President. J. T. M.Stoneroad, Cashier. DIRECTORS Edmund Seymour, Jos R. Paull, Ellensburg, Wash. P. H. \V. Ross, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Hubbell, Ellensburg, Wash. J. T. M. Stoneroad, Ellensburg, Wash. S. T. Packwood, Ellensburg, Wash. J. B. Shultz, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Goodwin, Ellensburg, Wash. Jacob Furth, Seattle. Wash. A general Banking business transacted. Deposits received subject to check. In terest paid on time deposits. Exchange on New York. Chicago, San Francisco, Portland, and all the principal cities of Europe. Farm for Sale: A farm consisting of 240 acres all under good fence and In cultivation, good pastuit, lots of small fruit, 3>« miles S. E. of Ellcnsburfj, price $35 per acre. For further particulars enquire at this office. COUNTY NEWS GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. # "I -annot tell how the truth may be, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 April 1895

FOR SALE AT DAWN OFFICE. Money Pound, b> Thos. E. Hill 25 Poeple's Party Hand-Book, Wat0n....50 Breakers Ahead, by Edward 1rving....25 The Pullman Strike, In C'arwardine...«2s People's Party Sbol & Shell, Bland M Party Platforms, contains all the National platforms ever adopted in the Uuited States, Frederick....2s Quadr ingular Debate, by Gen. \\ oa« ver, Col. Wattorson, Gen. Wood ford and Rev. Russell 11. Conwell — :!."> The Populist Compendium, i>v 81i55....10 Hon. John P. Joues Letter to 11 •«- Chairman of the Kepublican State Central Committee, tell why be left the Republican party ."• Sbylock as banker, hondhclder, cor* ruptiomst and conspirator, C1ark....25 Our Money Wars, by Sum'] Levitt....so PiNBERQ Drug Co., DEALERS IN Drugs, Druggists Sundries, Paints, / J r W'T MEDICINES / • " . / ALL PAPER. £££ FINBRFG DRUG CO. j&fc RIPANS REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. RIPANS TABILK.9 nrc the beat McdL 4-tne known for liidlircfttlou, UIHo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 May 1895

His of Financial; Death, L The law ptittmg two exceptions on tbe OBKE»SACK» passed Feb. •-«>, '02. 2. The National Bunk Law, passed Mar 25, 1863. 3. T>e Contraction Act, passed March bib, 1889. 4. Credit strength ening act, passed March IS, 1809. 5. Funding Nat ional debt, passed' July 14th, 1874. ! 6. Demonetization of sliver, panned on March 12th, 1873. ; 7. The resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1*74. COUNTY NEWS GE.YEH.4I LOCAL NEWS. •'I cannot tell how the truth may be, I tell tbe tale as 'twas told to me." . G. P. German was in tbe city Tuesday. We are constantly adding new material to our office and getting in business chape. C. H. Stewart now lias money on j hand to make farm loans. Wm. Morton expect* to leave this week for California. We regret his leaving us. j Cbas. Dibble and C. A. Charltum called on us Monday. We appreciate the friend- , ship of such men. Rev s Evans and Koontz left Monday for | Sprague to attend the district conference of IheM. B. Church. Coin's Fin...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 May 1895

T3C3S Mlffff. (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. (O) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. SSfEvery person receiving a copy of Tuk Pawn will please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only 50c. a year. [Entered us 2nd. Class Matter at the Kllens nurgh Post-Office, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November oth, IM»4. | Ellensburg, May. 4, 1895, • Keuiember this my toilintr brother, {).■■■• dollar can't create another. N». matter wiio they are who take it, All wealth belongs to tho«e who make it." I Mailing Machine We have a White For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new. cost $38, will sell for $12 cash. At the Dawn Office. SPECIAL NOTICE! Wk have reached a point in the history of the Dawn where we must have money. It is impossible to conduct a paper, however small, without some money. We have de prived ourself and family of the necessaries of life in order to accom modate delinquent subscribers, and now, that we are needing money so badly to meet our obligations, can't jou accommodate us by pa...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 May 1895

IF YOU WANT A NICE SILVER TEA SET FREE, O-RENMAM & BECKER'S. THE ELLEXSBLRG MAI BAM. Capital, $50,000. Edmcnk Seymour, President. J. C. Hubbell, vice President. J. T. M.Stoneroad. Cashier. niRKCTORS Edmund Seymour, ftp R. Paull, Ellensburg. Wash. Pi 11. vV. Ross, Ellensburg, Wash. J. 0. Hubbell, Ellensburg, Wash. J.T. M. Stoneroad, Ellensburg. Wash. S. T. Packwood. Ellensburg. Wash. J. B. Shultz, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Goodwin, Ellensburg, Wash. Jacob Furth. Seattle. Wash. A general Banking business transacted. Deposits received subject to check. In terest paid on tune deposits. Exchange on New York. Chicago, San Francisco, Portland, and all the principalities of Europe. alone." It is easy to assert a thing, but mere assertions are of little val ue when the mots in the ease are so entirety different. At the German Medical Association held in Berliu the latter part of Nov. 1894, the fol lowing: statements were; made by Dr.Hansemann, himself a vivisec tor, therefore not liable to...

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

Superior Court. Regular Sessions of Court, M 'ondayln Jan., Mar., May/Sept., and N -n\. Carroll .}!. Graves, ludae; Martin (Jamer >n, < 'lerk: W. M. Stlnson, sheriff. Commissioners Court, Itegular Sessions, Ist Monda« In Jan. April, Jalv and Oct. Alex 'itcher, Chairman; J. T. Brown and J. «'. > lodwln. J. M. Baird, Clerk. FariTl fOr Sale; A farm conslsttnjrof 240 acres nil under good fence antl In cullivution, good p:i>tm i . lots ol hiuall fruit, !l. l « miles S. E. of Ellensi ire;, price .*Bft pet acre. For further particulars c?u.;iiii• • at thin office. FTa oyoui id (he advertisement of "Bi ;ak< i .-Vheadf' If not, rend it al once and il 1 !"! send for a copy. A COLLAR! ;( i; : ■ho that you don't wear it, but your Siors (doe*, ■<'' • ■ *boubl have a collar that lelthet cramp, or ninehes his neck. 1 have ;bc c illnr thai .vlll iit your horse to a —ty. I Can Sell You Harness •That will lit and at prices to suit your Harry a Stock of Horse Blankets, Whips, Rotas &...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 11 May 1895

ins of Financial Death. 1. The law putting two exceptions on tbe greenbacks passed Feb. lift, '02. 8. The National Bank Law, pushed Mir- 26,1803. 3. The Contraction Act, passed March (fib, 18bl». 4. Credit strength ening net, T»asf>ed March 18, 1809. 5. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. 6. Demonetization of silver, passed on | March 12th, 1873. 7. Tte resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1874 THY COMBINE. The Two old Parties Are Combining for Gold And Guns. A Decisive Step Is at Last Taken. Tuesday morning, April 23,1895, the Philadelphia Times, the nation al mouthpiece of the Cleveland- Carlisle-Morgan Kothchild wing of the democratic party gave out the following official editorial notice that the goldbug gatling-gnn forces of the two old parties have decided to cross the Rubicon of nominal party division that has existed in the past and come together. They propose to marshal their combined forces of money bags and military, slippery politicians and subservi ent, purcha...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 11 May 1895

tii mm. (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. (0) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. ■E3J"Every person receiving a copy of The Daws will please consider it uu invitation to subscribe. Only 50c. a year. (Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Ellens ourgb Post-Office, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November sth, 1594.1 El LRNSBUKG, MAY. 11, 1895. ""■'member this my toiling brother, W; •• dollar Can't create another. Ni< <iiatter wbo they are who take it, All svealtb belongs to those wbo make it." A Mailing Machine We have a White For Sale, Mailer, all com plete, new, <<>st 'IB:-}, will sell for $12 rash. At the Dawn Office. SPECIAL NOTICE! We have reached a point in the History of the Dawn where we must have money. It is impossible to conduct a paper, however small, without some money. We have de prived ourself and family of the -necessaries of life in order to accom modate delinquent subscribers, and now, that we are needing money so badly to meet our obligations, can't £ou accom...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 11 May 1895

IF YOU WANT A NICE SILVER TEA SET FREE, fcRENNAH & BECKER'S. THE ELLEXSBLRG XATIOXAt BANK. Capital, $50,000. Edmttnd Seymour, President. J. C. Hubbell, vice President. J. T. M.Stoneroad, Cashier. DIRECTORS—— Edmund Seyiuour, Jos R. Paull, Ellensburg, Wash. P. H. vV. Ross, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Hubbell, Ellensburg, Wash. J. T. M. Stoneroad, Ellensburg, Wash. S. T. Packwood, Ellensburg, Wash. J. B. Shultz, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Goodwin, Ellensburg, Wash. Jacob Furth, Seattle, Wash. A general Banking business transacted. Deposits received subject to check. In terest paid on time deposits. Exchange on New York. Chicago, San Francisco, Portland, and all the principal cities of Europe. COUNTY NEWS GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. "I cannot tell how tbe truth mav be, I tell the tale an 'twas told to me." Runaway team Monday. Court conveined Monday. Ramsey will put up a good brick birilding this season. W. S. Smith, a Seattle attoi ney, is in town this week. A. L. Slemons, of North Yakima, was i...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 11 May 1895

Superior Court. allegular ; ions of C'nurt, Ui Monday in Jan., Mar., May, Sept., anil Nov. i a Toll jB. Graves, Judge; Martin (.'uuifVOH, Clerk; "W. M. Stiuson, Sheriff. Commissioners Court. Jlejfular Sessions, Ist Monday in Jan. April, July and Oct. Alox. Pitcher, Chairman; J. J\ Browu and J. C. Goodwin. .J. M. Haird, Clerk. Farm for Sale: A farm consisting of 240 acres all under good fence ami In cultivation, good sast litr , lots of small fruit, 3>* miles S. E. of Ellen*l)Urg, price per acre. For further particulars enquire at tills otlice. Have you wad the advertisement t&f "Breakers Ahead?" If not, read it at once and then send for a ropy. A. COLL A. R! Jl may be that you don't wear It, but your iorse dopy, and it should have a collar that jjelliirr eraujps or pinches his neck. I have TShf collar that will lit your horse to a — ty. I Can Sell You Harness ttiiat will lit and at prices to suit your PURSE! scarry a Stock of Horse Blankets, Whips, Robes & Etc. W. FARRELL...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 18 May 1895

U«t of Financial Death. V 1. The law puttinj? two exception# on tbe gkkknbacks pits&ed Feb. i 5, '62. 2. The National B»nk Law, passed Mar. 25,1863. 3. T>e Contraction Act. piissed Ma rib t»;b, ISOH. 4. Credit strength ening act, passed March 18, 1868. 5. Funding Na tional deb', passed July 14th, 1874. 6. Demonetization nf silver, paved on March 12th, 1813. 7. The resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1874. TIE MTIOiiL BONDS They Were Nearly All Issued After the War. Our Republican Read ers Can Read and Think it Over. It is surprising that so many in telligent people have never found out that the bonded debt of the country was nearly alLcreated after the war was over. In fact it was on April 12, 1866, one year after Lee's surrender and the assassina tion of Lincoln, that the infamous scheme was consumated to destroy the greenback, (which represented the national debt but bore no inter est) by accepting a bond bearing high rate of interest in place of it. On that memorable day the f...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 18 May 1895

TTE Mm (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. IHE DAWN PUBLISHING GO. (0, 50 CENTS 'PERVEAR. jJ3PEverv person receiving a copy of Thk Jsaw.n will please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only 50c. a year. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at tb»* Ellen*- ©urgh Post-Office, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November fata, 1804. | Ei.lexsbukg, May. 18, 1895. '• itemember Ibis my toilinir brother, \>np dollar can't create another. JSi matter wno they are who take It, Ail wonlth belongs to thosc who innke it." I Mailing Machine We have a White For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new. cost will sell for cash. At the Dawn Office. SPECIAL NOTICE! SVk have reached a point in the history of the. Oawn where we must 3»ave money. It is impossible to (jondnct. a paper, however small, "without some money. We have de prived our self and family of the accessaries of life in order to accom modate delinquent subscribers, and siow, that we are needing money so badly to meet our obligations, can't ;?ou accommodate us by ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 18 May 1895

©REliiltiilAßl a BECKER, DEALERS IN f G R O C E R I E vS AND CROCKERY. THE EILEMIII WTIOWL BANK. Capital, $50,000. Edmund Seymour, President. J. C. Hubbell, vice President. J. T. M.Stoneroad, Cashier. DIRECTORS Edmund Seymour, Jos R. Paull, Ellensburg. Wash. P. H. \V. Ross, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Hubbell, Ellensburg, Wash. J. T. M. Stoneroad, Ellensburg, Wash. S. T. Packwood, Ellensburg, Wash. J. B. Shultz, Ellensburg, Wash. J. C. Goodwin, Ellensburg, Wasb. Jacob Furth, Seattle. Wash. A general Banking business transacted. Deposits received subject to check. In terest paid on tune deposits. Exchange on New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Portland, and all the principal cities of Europe. COUNTY NEWS GENERAL LOCAL XE U'S. * • "I cannot tell how the truth may he, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." "Mothe, may I go out to wheel ?" "Yes my darling daughter: I suppose, of course, you won't wear skirt«« Although I think you'd o'igbter." The Court mill still grinds. The wind ' 4 blewed n ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 18 May 1895

Superior Courl jß.fcuU.i ~?t--dons of Court, Monday In Jan., Mar., Mav, Sept., and \'«u Ch'toll 3J. Graves, .ludge; Martin < uucroH, Clerk; TT. M. Stinson, Sheriff. Commissioners Court. .Ttesfiilar Sessions, Ist Momlav In Jan. April, Julv and U<it. Alex Pitcher, Chairman; J. ..F. Brown and J. C. Goodwin. .1. M. Baird, Vierk. SPFCIA L XO TICE. At the Baptist Church Pastor Moore will use the following a* tonics for Sun day evening sermor; on the dates men tioned unless spec in ly announced to the contrary. May 19, Grace in Salvation. 44 *26, The Christian and the Law. June 1 Final perseverance of Saints. •' 9, Sanctitication. 44 16, Baptism. 4< 23, The Lord's Supper. '• 30. Intermediate statu of the dead. J :i,j. 2. Kt filial Life. 44 9, K\ ulasting Punishment. ALL who aro interested in these Bi ile doctrines are especially invited to :he.->e evening services. flfcaT'Str angers -*»lcome Have you road the advertisement of "Breakers Ahead?" If not, read :/t nt once and then ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 May 1895

Superior Court. iiegaiar Stations of Court, Ist Monday in dam, Mar., May, Sept., and Nov. Carroll 3. Graves, Judge; Martin Cameron, Clerk { IV. M. Stinson, Sheriff. Commissioner* Court, Jie&rular Sessions, Ist Monday in Jan. April, July and Oct. Alex. Pitcher, Chairman; J. F. Brown and J. C. Gooshvin. J. M. Baird, Clerk, WE Will Si Sh > H>? X-*- THK DAWN TUUUK MONTHS FOi: TEM CENTS!!! TJCB &&WH. L (0) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. (O) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. J3?*Ev»;ry person receiving a copy of The Pawn will please consider it au invitation to subscribe. Onlj 50c. :i year. [Entered as 2ml. Class Matter at the £S)lens uurgh Post-Office, Kittitas Countv, Wash ington, November sth, 1894. } Ellekbbuko, MAY. 25, 1895. "Remember this my toiling brother, One dollar can't create another. No matter wno they are who tuke it, AH wealth belongs to those who make it." A Mailing Machine We have a white For Sals. Mailer, all com plete, new, cost $33, will sell for $12 cas...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 May 1895

Jas. G. Blaine declared in a speech that "God Almighty made gold and silver money. 1 ' If the national republican con vention declares for free silver at 16 to 1 I shall leave the party. —Gov. McKinley. If the democratic national con vention declares for free silver at 16 to 1 I don't see what I can do but vote the republican ticket.— J. G. Carlisle We acknowledge the receipt of a bundle of Sound Currency, a semi monthly magazine published by the Sound Currency Committee, No. 52 William Street, N. Y. We find many things of interest in this iittie paper and have salted it down for use in the next campaign. We want to thank our readers for the many favors they have so Wittily done for u«, and we venture to beg them to continue to do what they can without any inconvenience to themselves, in the way of send ing in subscribers. We are doing all this work on the Dawn, for the good \ve hope it will do; but it can only benefit those who read it. SPECIAL NOTICE. llev. A. M. Allyu, of Spokane...

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