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PRINCIPLE Not Party Men. VOL. x. Some of The Questions. Is the monarchial "British Sys tem vi Finance,'' (a huge interest bearing, non taxable, perpetual na tional debt, and banks of issue,) in harmony with the American Theo ry of Government? Can the national banking system be perpetuated without the nation al debt? Should the "dangerous power" to eoi>(rel the toiwemot money, mow possessed by the national banks, be taken from them? Can Congress constitutionally delegate bo individuals or corpora tions a power entrusted to it by the people? Should banks of issue be sup pressed, and the power to issue all money be restored to the general government, where it constitution ally belongs? Should S&e- Government control the railroad and telegraph lines? Should there be Governmental coiatrolt &f moaopod ies*' Should "watering railroad and other stocks be made illegal? Should there be Postal savings banks, and a cheap and conven ient Postal system of exchange? Shonld the arbitrary holding of laud by individuals, corporations and aliens be restricted by law? Should h*nd grants to corpora fcions, forfeited by non-fulfillment of contract, be reclaimed? Oaghtt we to have a graduated income tax? Should "the American House of Lords, (the United; States Senate,) the President, and all public offi cials, be elected by a direct vote of She people? Should the President possess the "Veto Power"? Is the "Elective Franchise" a Eight, a Privilege, or a Trust? Should all enactments of State and National Legislative bodies be referred back to the people for their approval by a direct vote, be fore having force as laws? Should a copy of the Congress ional Record be kept on file in ev ery Post office in the U. St Should we have industrial Co-op eration instead of the Competitive system? Should business be done with CASH instead of ou credit and "Confidence l^ OUR MOTTO: KEEP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD. ELLENSBURG, WASH., OCTOBER 13, 1894. Is the present depression in trade and' paralysis of Sndktstry due to NATURAL CAUSES or to LEG ISLATION? Republican Authority. Wa clip the following question and Answer from the P-I: LaC'ONNKR, Oct. 2, 1894* Flange irlre the Dumber of times uutl when the Republicans have been in control of both house** of eongresa since 1860. C. A. I>. [The Uepubllca-ns controlled the senate in It6t-6&-f9*64-6l^(k*-67-08-69-70-71-72-73-74- --76»7fr77-88-85-86-87 • 88 • 89 -90 • Ot • 92- 93. In MBOI-1877-TB-79-80-81-82 and 1894, the democrats controlled the senate; in 187tt-7«- --77-78-79-80'-BS-84-85-8(J-87-8« and 1891-92-98 'M the democrats controlled the house. Inlß6l-62-i 8-04-65-66-«7-68-O9;7O-71-72-73 74 and tbs republicans controlled both houses; in 1877-78-79-80 lUc democrats con trolled both houses.] The vote of the lower house in the Fifty-third Congress on free coinage of silver at 16 to 1 was: Yeas; republican 12. Democrat 100. Populists 11. Nays; Republicans 114. Democrats 113. Populist o. The per cent of the vote was as follows: For gold-standard: Republicans 91 per cent. Democrats 45 per cent. Populists o per cent. For free silver coinage at 16 to 1: Republicans 9 per cent Democrats 45 perxent Populists 100 per cent. Honest reader, will you please ask yourself what par ty is it that now supports free silver coinage, good prices and good times, and what par ties are for the single gold standard, five cent cotton, thirty-five cent wheat and the misery such conditions always entail?— Mercury. Pv Siting Press For Sale. We have :t soeond hand Golden Gate Joblx i prints 7xll inches that we wish to sell cheap for cash. Johk Ellison, Thorp, Wash. The Vote. The Book For You! The Pullman Strike, byßevWm. H. Csrwardine, a plain facts and figures by nn impartial observe, the minister of the M. K. Church at Pullman. The Kail way Times says: "That the book will create a sensation, and will be one of the most valuable contributions to labor lit erature ever written, can safely be ad mit ted." Price 25c. For sale at the Dawn office. Dt;i?inc the past few weeks we have received many very encour ageing letter form prominent Popu lists throughout the Slate, all of the same tenor —endorsing the course of the Daws toward J. M. Ready— and wishing us complete success. Register! (Jet up jv big club for the Dawn in your neighborhood. Register! Why Is It Thus? Here are five questions propound ed the I fnion of Minneapolis, Minn: Why is it that those who product' food are hungry? Why is it that those who make clothing are ragged? Why is it that those who build houses are homeless? Why is it that those who build carriages go un foot? Why is it that those who produco wealth have none qfitt If you want your .shoes tapped, sew ed, or patched, go to Ihe Cyclone Store. Register! Our Apology. In last week's Dawn we referred to one of the candidates on the Populist State ticket as "the Irish Monkey." Whenever we do a wrong, as we believe we did in that case, we are ready to make due apology for the same. We do not wish to injure auy person or thing by placing it in a false light before the community, bat believing that we have done so in the time referred to, we here by offer our humble apology to the whole monkey tribe for in auy way connecting their name with the candidacy. ! '\;.tsc Fraud aud CORRUPTION Wherever Found; Election Officers. Ellenaburg, Ist ward: Thos. Q. McDowell, T. VV. Perrell and S. C. Davidson. Elleneburg, 2nd ward: V. D, Schnebly, Chaa. Cain and P. P. dray, M. D. South Ellensburgh: J. Snlladay, J. E. McDowell and Chas. Stein. South Kittitas: Wm. McEweu, T. T. Wilson and Phil 01 instead. Fast Kittitas: Tom Haley, J. W. McDonald,and F. S. McDonald. North Kittitas: .J. .J. Jones, Jno Green, and Howard Ebert. West Kittitas: John Newman, Perry Cleman and Martin Fredrick, Colockera: Burn** Yocum, T. G. King and W. A. Haley, Wenatchee: Gr. W. Klein, Kirk Whited and L. M. Hull. .Mission: D. Treadweli, J. F. Woodring and G. W. Parriah. Peshaatin: Chaa. Gibbg, N. P. Cad and P. J. Supen. Culver: W. F. Patterson, Mike McCarty and E. J. King. Liberty: C. F. Louderdale, Au gust Sasse and Gustal Nelson. Swauk: B. K. May, A. Wright, and R. F. Noble. Cle Elum: Wm. Branam, E. C. Hartle and Herman Spexharth. Koslyn, Ist ward: Fred Genas ci and John Lower. Koslyn, 2nd ward: Isaac Bon set and John Richmond. Ronald: D. Smith, J. C. Myers. Easton: W. L. McGinnis, C. H. Bartlett and T. I. Harrison. Tunnel: M. P. Kay, D. McNeil. Manashtash: B. F. Reed, M. M Dammon and Jesse Gregory. first person named on each board is the Inspector, the others are the Judges. Register I C. 11. Stewart now has money on hand to make farm loan*. Register! M BURK'S EXPRESS M I desire to say to one and all that I am ready and willing to do all kinds of work in my line in and around town. Tj l. p. burk. NO. xx.