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geep in the Middle of the Road. No fusion with any' political party on earth. VOL. 2. MORE MONEY CAN'T SAVE. xo SOLUTION ()F THE. IKW fiY OVEST lOX U 7 /-L AVAIL CXLESS IX TEIIEST IS DE STOVED. Hit takes tweuty pounds of cotton to get a dollar, isn't there something the matter with the dollar? If you have to work ten hours to get »dollar, when you used to get two for ten hoars, what's the matter? Isn't the matter in the dollar? If it takes two bushels of wheat to get % dollar, isn't there something wrong with the dollar, when you used to get a dollar for one bushel? If you have to sell twice as many goods to get dollars enough to pa-y itore rent as you once did, is the trouble in your goods or the dollars? If the trouble is not in the dollar where is it? Wouldn't it be a good thing to locate the trouble, v/herevo it is, and then cure it? Or, do y think "good times" will cure it? li yon do, what do you say to this fact : With the same kind of "good times" n -: we have had in the past, and the same concentration of wealth in the haiidu of the people who don't create it, all the wealth in fourteen years will be owned by a few monopolists. Wl will own you theb? Who will ou u your children? Can you think? Don't flatter yourself that more money will settle the labor problem. It will bring relief, but this is an a-re of machinery and the machines that make shoes, clothing, coats, hats, wagons, plows, that bale hay, harvest, plant and stack wheat, set type, cut and fold newspapers, pull stumps, plow corn and work roads and in fact do ali kinds of labor so much better, cheaper quicker than you can, will fln;l employment while you are idle, no ®atter how plentiful money may be. Nine million producers now supply the wants of our sixty or seventy millions « people. A few more inventions *° setting machines, hay naiers ®nd stump pullers and that number will be reduced one hall You *• the laboring man will soon be *ply like a worn out suit of clothes. -Coming Nation. -Awording- to the news sent out ® York 5,000 bankers are pre paring to enter into a formidable or jfWization for the protection of bank '"terests in this country. The ma j k*' already been set in motion perfection of the organization F or to the meeting of the next session nu!— B^rCSS ' com^Qe propose to — control the volume of than they now do. A man who had been a suf ferer from rheumatic trouble for 7 or 8 years, until he made the discovery which cured him in twenty-four hours, will assist others eimilarly affected free of price. 25ci, Toilet soap 10c; 10c. toilet The Cyclone! THE DAWN. ELLENSBURG, WASH., SATURDAY, NOV. 9, 1895. \ A/ HEAT! VV HEAT! for 500 new new subscriptions. Or, we will give the Dawjj one year for two bushels of Oats or Barley. HOW THE POPULISTS DIE. i 1894 Black over Watson, according to returns, 7,373. IN 1895 Black over Watson, according to returns, 1,601. Watsons gain in one year 5,772 ANOTHER WAY OF PUTTING THE QUESTION. Tlie lowa Tribune publishes tlie following novel advertise ment of a new brand of democracy prevalent in that State— j the man, Richmond, doing his own billing: POLITICAL SPEAKING. j Iu the Peoples' Court of the United States, in and for MOll - roe county. Gold, Plaintiff, ) Motion to vs. \ Vacate Silver, Defendant, j Judgment. The above entitled coause will come 011 for hearing at — 1 township, Monroe county, lowa, e\ cuing, October. — , at 7:30 p. m,, L. T. Richmond, of Albia, lowa,, 'appearing for the defendant, and Cleveland Democracy and ! Johu Sherman Republicanism appearing for the plaintiff. The cause will be will be tried .to a jury of voters, verdict •to be rendered Nov. 5, 1895. Trial will be open to tlie pub ilic and the friends of the Plaintiff are especially invited to at -1 tend. By Order Committee. The Tax Levy. The county Commissioners at the last meeting made the following tax levy: General county purposes, $32,34(1 Road and bridges, 8,080 Relief of indigent soldiers and sailors, 404 Court house and jail, 2,022 Interest on funding bonds, 8,490 MILLS State school, " general, 3.2 Military, " Interest, General county, Road and bridge, 2-0 Relief of soldiers and sailors, .1 Interest, Court house and jail, -5 19.3 Farmer'*, laboring nv*ii, merchant*, <1"U tors aud lawv rs, atlci'ii .n ! Have y«>« we eurcd one of the Sail ti Accident Socie ty's DOPU 'i'- $12,000 c.innh: nation accident policies, $20 !' e,v 1 get fine Al f Agent, r>y, GeUdis lliuelt. Wanted, sacked and delivered at the DAWN office, to pay 500 Direct Legislation Issue: The Tacoma Sun will soon issue a special number devoted exclusive ly to the subject of Direct Legisla tion and Proportional Representa tion. These questions are but little understood, and yet they are most important in the reform curriculum. Populist speakers can make more votes by an intelligent and earnest discussion of the Initiative and Ref erendum than in any other way. Post yourself on these issues by or dering this number of the Pacific Coast Populist paper. Single copy 5c., per hundred $2. Orders must be received at once. Address: The Sun, Tacoma, Wash. "( 'old Facts" is one of tlie best little pamphlets on the market.—Chicago Seutiuel Our people are continually fight iug orchard pests and yet they per sist in buying trees from eastern nurseries that are said to be infect ed and diseased generally. Every tree in the White Salmon nursery is guaranteed to be absolutely free from disease and post of all kinds. If you want, to buy fruit trees and desire to know i or*} of this uursery call on 8. W. Maxey, the fruit tree inspector of this district, and get his, opinion ot tlie stock ol the trees Uoiu .Lhis jitwjsory- controls the volume v.of money in any country is ab solute master of industry and —-Jas. A. Garfield. Expeses of Kittitas County. | July 1, '89 to July 1, '90 =$58,467.03 90 " '91 69,207.32 91 " '9.2 43,923.85 " 92 " '93 66,210.83 93 " '94 37,999.99 <XJMMISSIQNMRS' BALA*IK* j July 1, 1889— j Gamble $504.66 ! Hatfield 439.50 i McDonald 319.60 *1,298.?* July 1, 1890— Gamble $588.31 Hatfield 493.75 McDonald 461.20 $1,543.2k _ $2,837.01 July 1. 1891— ! Goodman -1526.69 ! Richards 420.51 Horan 314.00 Incidental. 97.51 *1,358.71 July j, JB92— ! G,« iman .... *404.85 Richards 410.40 i Horan 415.35 *1,230.60 $2,589.31 July l, 1893-'94 Stevens; } | McCallum, > *1,789.1$ Pitcher, ) Those Bonds. Kitiitas -county, with a bonded ' debt of *70*000, has just taken an i other load in the modest sum $11 ! 000, making a total of $194,000. At 6 per cent interest, the taxpayer of Kittitas county will be required to pay an annual interest debt ol $11,640, or nearly $1,000 per month ! How is that for high? The popu lation of Kittitas county is estima ted at only 8,000, and Ellensburg is the coi-nty seat and principal town, with about 2,500 population, With wheat at 35 cents a bushej, oats at 15 cents., silver ueinonetizeclj the greenbacks to be retired, and the single gold standard firmly fastened upon the people, how many thousand years will it require to get Kittitas county out of debt, —Vancouver, \Vash. ; Register. No man is so possessed of such a superfluity of wisdom that he car rise above his party and demand ite humble adoration, and whether it be the president of the United States or a county commissioner ■ who attempts it, sooner or later he will l>e called down with a thuti}, and sj •' J the rest of his days won dering where he.i« at. —JP* NO. 13.