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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly dawn. — 29 December 1894

MORE MONEY—LESS MISERY. "lirick" Pemeroy can't slai ii any long er to publish a monthly, and m order to say mom and say it oftf-arr, hardi i und hotter will with the New Year hi in;.' his papar out as an eijrbt pasre weekly, six columns to the page at one dollar a year. It will he a hot advocate of the free coinage of silver into full legal tender money for all debts. Will «jrge the entire ces.-ation> of oil Government tonds. It will he one of the liveliest and vxiost Interesting family newspapers in A- Tnjrlca. One dollar per year. Three copies •»aa year two dollars. Ten copies one year ■litten to one po»t ottice, $T>. If vou are for 3tiV«r and against a national debt, thi.sisa yo>i want for a fact and for its facts. Send at once to M. M. Pomeroy, Itoouis 43', World Building, New York City. The Missouri World .yuMbshed weekly at (.'billicothe, Mo., at 50 a year, is a good paper for general news, >ttiJcompromisingly Populist, it is not local c»at intended for and circula...

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. — 5 January 1895

kve are Fighting tor PRINCIPLE Not Rirfcy en - VOL i. OUR WASHINGTON CITY LETTER. FROM OVR Kkcwular C>*RRKSvonIXKN V. BE DEMOCRATS ARE EQUALLY DIVIDED ON THE CARLISLE BILL—OLD TACTICS TO BE ADOPTED IF NECESSARY TO PREVENT AN OUTRIGHT DEFEAT OF Tlili CARLISLE BILL—3fO IM PROVEMENT IN BTSIKESS— THE CANAL BILL. WASBf^GTON, to'. 2S, ISO 4. Sensational statements- concern ing what Cougress would do with the Currency ftiJ'l when it resumed business have followed each other thick and fast '*eek audi, al though mauy of them were so wild ly improbable that they are not worth mentioning, others had a ioundation based upon ihruth. Among the last was the statement that the democrats wore so equally divided on the bill that the repub licans of the House would have the power of deciding whether the bill ihould be passed or ftefeated. This sounded qnite improbable when it was first made, but when it was publicly reiterated by Judge Cul bortson, of a nseraber of the House committee on Banking an...

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. — 5 January 1895

WEEKLY DAWN. (O, K. A. TURNER. EDITOR. <). "Weekly Edition oOc Per Year. JJonthly Edition 10c Per Year. b l , y.EKL': it. MONTHLY BY THE DAWN PUBLISHIH6 CO. {Kinter»:fl a- i'n'l. Cla-« Matter at. thf; El tan-• r.ijrt'ti K.ittiu- County, W'a*h- November ."ith, 1 '-Mi. I ]■. P. Kdgingtou, President.. Win. VoaN'eida, Vice President, h. ('. L>a.vid&t>n. Treasurer. K. A. Turuor Secretary. •rriiK, KooniN 3 *:« In « A f»VTI>»: M. S.AIUJt-f>AV, .JA.v. STH, 1805. Ta • Tit tn u year. Let ivh man afraid to trust uh. li mki,r.lon to tyrants is obedi en w to Dod —F. Powderly. The mother's heart is more Ha tred than the brewer's cask. —Minx. Franc in K. Willard. Thk Monthly Daw:* is one fo the best educators published on the aoast. Only 1 Gets a year.. All thoughtful men agree that tile present aspect of society is por tentous of great changes. Does the "almighty" dollar sway the preachers? Are they preaching to please God or the congregation ? Prom it, united, decisive action ...

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. — 5 January 1895

pushed forward in this city by the railroads to the detriment of Catho lics, not to down Catholicity but to disrupt our brotherhoods of rail way employes. The Register knows that there are many of these people working themselves into the West Milwau kee car shops of the St Paul road. One man states that he went to work there recently, but was dis charged because he was a Catholic. The medical fraternity need a complete overhauling to couform to the civilization of the present age. The Dawn favors the pass age of an act requiring physicians to write all prescriptions plainly aud thai all words be spelled out in full. Away with hireoglyphics and signs that have placed many a victim in an early grave on account of the compounding pharmacist be ing unable to decipher the same. This matter should be urged in the interest of humanity in the saving of life. We hope the legislature will act promptly in this matter. Will you get up a club? A Populist U. S. Senator. One of the important acts ...

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. — 5 January 1895

MORE MONEY—LE'iS 3ISSERY. "Brick" Peineroy can't .ii«inl it any '.ong ar to publish a monthly, and in order to say imro !in-J sty it o'tene-"', ■mr.er :md hotter will will the New Year bring lii< papor out as an ei-dit page weekly, si': columns to Sb 9 page at uue doil. r :;-y«ir. It will !>e ;v hot advocate of the free coinaga of silver into full leg :i lender money for all debts. Will urge tin* entire cessations of oil (ioyernr.vent bonds. It will be one of tho liveliest and most interesting family newspapers in A -1 i-i-i vi, One dollar swr yoar. Ta'itj Ajn.ss one year two dollars. Ten copies one year a'l t-■ 'to one po«t odlce, So. If von are for «lverand against a national debt, this is a payer yv-i Mait f or fr.ct and *o'.' i::! *act:> Send at once to M. M. Pomeroy, Rooms y>,.World Buiiding, forS City. The Missouri World Pi:' iisued woe Sly at Chillicothe, >fo-, at "K) uts a vear, is a good paper for general news, is titieoraproniiainwsly Populist, il is not loc...

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. — 12 January 1895

ffe are Fighting tor PRINCIPLE Not Party Men * VOL- i. OUR WASHINGTON CITY LETTER. FUOM OUK REGULAR Cokkespondknt. CONGRESS IN SESSION—A NEW CURRENCY PROPOSED — CARLISLE LIKELY TO BE REMOVED—ALLISON _. , TALKED OF AS THE REPUBLICAN NOM INEE IN 1896—BOOMING THE STATE HOOD OF OKLAHOMA. Washington, Jan, 4, 1894. Congress is agaiu in session, al though there are many empty seats in both Hmtsfc and Senate. The debate on the currency bill has been resnmed in the Honse, bnt the majority do not seem to regard it with any more enthusiasm than they did before the recess. All sorts of propositions for changes in the bill and for entirely new bills are being privately discussed, but nothing has been decided upon and there is little in sight to indicate when anything will be decided up- The most important of the pro posed changes is one for a new bill, whidi is being engineered by a few iulmmistration men and tacitly, if not openly, endorsed* by many re publicans. It provides for the is -lue of ...

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. — 12 January 1895

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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. — 12 January 1895

Prdfits of Bands. it t0 j|oo there liafl been sold the JoKok- Jits of bonds-, payable it lawful money !?. Bonds. CostlniGold. TeW- t ,£flß2 450 * is® $ iS£So 18® ggi 097 250 J.89,0117i5>6 2 S«s;iw 2»-:-m,«K) 434,014,400 §8,801,(73 ffi 421,409,550 -303,215,300 g 312,»Mi,223 .Premium paid on bonds Jg Government Set pin on purchase 731 Interest Jto date > s^ r , 2fe,o4t Total profits $3»2 « 4,705,565 We call your attention to .the letter ofP.H. W. Hoss. The Dawn proposes to keep up Iheifcinning of two-ilqgged skunks. Taxation without representation 36 tyranny. 'Give us equal suf frage- The Ellenstrarg W. C. T. TJ. will give their third medal contest in the M. E. church Monday evening, Jan. 14th, 1895. Excellent speak ers have been secured to contest for the medal. Good music will be furnished under the auspices of Mrs. BHaßmerson. A cordial in vitatioa is extended to all to come <and and bring your friends. Again we are led to ask if file comity central commit tee ever intend ...

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. — 12 January 1895

MORE MONEY—LESS" riXSERY. "Brick" Pi'iMoroy can't si.turfit any !o»g --iv to publish a monthly, an« iu order to .-my more and say.S? oftener, harder and hotter Will with the New Year bring bis paper out) its au pssge weekly,, six columns io tho page life iu« dollar It wiH be a- hot advocate ot the free coinage of silver into full legw! tender money for all debts. Will urge thr! nnfrre of o'A Government bonds, U will !>e one of- th« liveliest and m »st in teres ting-family newspapers in A net ic». One dollar yaw. Three oopics one yi ar two dollars. Ten copies one year all ten to one post otlice, $0. If vou are &r silver and against a national debt, this is a ffjf er yon "v.i!it tor. a fact and'fonVt> fatten *»end at once to M. M. Pomeroy, Booms 4* ; . World' Building, New York City. Tfie Missouri World frul .'ished waekly at Chiliicothe, Mo., at 50 ets a-year,.is :v ;food- pap«r for general news, is ull 'Mmproiuiftingly Populist, il is not local but intended for and circula...

Publication Title: Weekly Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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