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PUBLISHEI WEEKLY. Ft/R TBE PEOPLE XOW O.V EARTH Kwch MM " •• o < fenU •at >'tar,.' pal I 1 tft) •»U tutored No*. Mb, 16*4, M tbi p ••• •.- oe, Bteasburg, KltHUt c mty, Wash >n, SS> aelllled to -• •■ • postal rates. •ffi< c toulb ►! It oi ',' ■. ,'j iti eat, ••■ll n Ptari and tfaia tl •, r«.»r of Qeddis Meek, ital) i. EGBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR Ie in evidence. i\ • sounding to my akri ing extent. ,\. lons as !orp r itions a ned. Thk transportation quest ion ent er* into every little transaction of thi ; r...... , iv n evidcntl v coi aiders it his duty to-it on the safety valve of this Cul an war excitement. If ought to bo apparent now to everybody that confidence alone will not restore prosperity. Tin ,'business interests" voted for the gold standard and now they ire getting it in the neck. been failing ently they will soon settle that question themselves. people than a nrrowone;a single sue platform i- a misti ke. Whks the little bugs bear from tbe big bugs they will tell you why prosperity has not arrived yet. Thk people might easily declare that on the Cuban question Mr. Cleveland is In a state of bell igerent y. present wave of pros] erity is likely to sweep the Republican party off its feet. Even if tho money question i = not tho Most important '-in- to be ■Olved it is the one that is now Up for immediate solution. UwnjCß our present system one of the firs' thingsa man thinks of aft er being elected to offce is how to secure his re-election. The most good the silver issue has done is to open up the discuss ion of the whole money question. Now let tbe good work be followed up. Explain the theory of direct leg islation to your Republican and Democratic neighbors and tell them to look for it in theirold party plat forms. If some one would volunteer to go to Cuba asGrover's substitute in case nre had war with Spain old "Fatty" might consent to acknow ledge Cuban independence. An 0 now the Commercial agncies are admitting that trade is dull" and businessmen are disappointed But we've got the gold standard,so «-b»i 't lite use to ki< k" INEQUITABLE DISI RIBUTION THE RESULT OF CLASS LEGISLATION. The machinery <■•: society is nec •esarily Imperttpt because every thing human ta imperfect. The following list will show how the wealth created by man's industry, is sifted into the coffers of the few. Tlie legislative remedy for the evil is an income tax that will carry back a large per cent of this wealth I i the treasury of the people who create it. How rd Irving Smith has made the following estimate of vast in* Tear $9,135,00000 Hour. . 1'0420l Ye 4,040,1 77,092 [I . I Min«te 7 00 Hour. .... . " ' . . ... Week 77,:>!r.00 Hour 46210 Minute 7 70 Tear 3,036,00000 Month 253,000 00 Week 58,885 00 Day 3,31 i Minute 5 78 John L. Blair— Year 3,045,00000 Month 253,750 00 Week 58,536 00 Day 5,342 Hour 347 66 Minute 578 Russell Sage- Year '. 3,045,000 00 Month 258,750 00 Week 58,55600 Day 8,34200 Hour 317 00 Minute 5 79 C. P, Huntington— Year 1,510,00000 Month 135,83309 Week 29,032 00 Day 4,187 09 Hour 172 00 Minute 2 S7 It is inconceivable that these and other enormous incomes which might be cited art- the result of un aided personal efforts and it io con sequently everywhere conceded that in a large degree they are attribut able to class legislation and unequ al laws. S< >ME QUESTIONS. Ist. Are government bonds [.'tint ed on gold or paper? 2nd. What makes them Bell for a premium in gold? 3rd. Is it not law that makes it possible to collect either interest or principal? •Ith. Is anyone asking for a thousand dollars' worth of paper in the- bond? sth. If it is possible for the law Ito make a piece of paper in the form of a bond so very valuable that the man who has gold will give it up and pay a premium to get the paper, is it not possible for the law to make a piece of paper in the form of a dollar equal in value with gold? LIST OF STATE SALARIED P OSITH 'N -'. Olympia Feb. 22.—Special.—-The state auditor's office has compiled for the use oi th< legislature list of all the salared positions in the service »f the state, together with the Ittti i I Ilnva TKntA i,, <t a ] * Governor '.84000 Five judges Sup. Court each. 4000 President Agi ie ultural College 4 XX) He; orter supreme court. . . 0000 •Superintendent hosij ital insane Fort Steilacoora and Medical Like, each 220 C Secretary of state. . 2500 Bpu't., pul lie instruction. .. . 2500 Pr State University 2500 ney and Ellensburg, each . 2160 St tte Auditor. 2000 State treasury 2000 - preme < ourt, each 2000 cram inspe* tor e<'ch. 1800 •Wardon stat penitentiary . 1800 commissioner, chief clerk land commissioner, state libr'ian, engineer, corumis* sioner public lands, pro fessor Agricultural ('•''!!e?e. mal school, each 1500 , j, . coomasvium curecto school for defective yontb, each... 1500 ii.'cc* professors Ellensburg normal school, each 1440 mal school, each 1200 si'>ner-, adjutant general sors State University, four deputy grain inspectors, each 1200 •Bookkeeper Fort Steilcooin, Medical Luke, Second ast physician, duputy warden, penitentiary, clerk and en gineer of penitentiary, each 1200 Professor Ellensburg nomal school 1100 Two professors Ellensburg normal school' each 1080 Two deputy grain inspectors, each 1020 Bookkeeper state auditor elork suae auditor, record ing clerk secretary of state, bookkeeper secretary ol state, one professor State University, lieutenant gov ernor, each 1000 •Commandant State Soldiers' Home, steward state peni tentiary, engineer Medical hake and Fort Steilacootn each 1000 Lit--' TITAN $1000. Three teachers Ellensburg normal school each 060 One teacher Cheney normal • ; " Two pr> lesson State Univer« sity, stenographer supreme court, stenographer audi tor's office, two clerks adjut ant general's office, two teachers school for defectevs tentiary, secretary board of •Cook Eastern Washington hospital for insane 840 Assistant state librarian.... 800 •Turnkeystate penitentiary.. SOO •Two engineers Fort .SteiJa coom, c! . h 800 •( >ne teacher school for defect : Stenograj her governors office. 720 * U'arden' clerk penitentiary storekeeper penitentiary. each < 20 SUPREME COURT DEDISIOiNc Kittitas Cocx-ly Wixa tug Strr Agaixst Tkeah ebb's Boxmsmax. Olympia, Mcrch 1. —Special.— The supreme court today handed lants—Affirmed. failure nf a 1 ank in which the treas (. mmiisstoners. The supreme judge do not think this fact make any dif ference, a- the treasurer, and not the commissioners of n county, is responsible for the public money. It ii farther contended that the three appellant* who signed bond r s sureties were married women at the tates would he liable, and tiiat in tention to do so must he declared obtained for the I<enefit of tlie e-tate this instance. It is contended that their j( ining in the contract did no more titan to subject the community real estate to liability for the judg ment obtained upon the bond. unlimited right to contract with reference to community property, she has that right withreference t<> her seperate estate, and that tlie ef fect of this contract ia to subject the entire property, community and seperate, to the satisfaction of a judgment They are so small that the most sensitive persons take them, they are so effective that the most obsti nate cases of con-tii':-tion. headache and torpid liver yield to them. That is why DeWitt's Little Early Risers are known as the famous little pills. Stephens & Elwood. The Eellensburg W. <'. t. L. will line', with Mrs. Bostock Friday .March 12th at 2;80 p. do A good program will be prepared. All are invited—On Much "Oth <Jiir Union will celebrate t' c 93 Anniversary of the birth of our great Prohibtion leader Gen. Neal Daw. The program will he given next week. (Mrs.) J. A. Steix, Secy. Bound as the ring tbat has no end and fortunate is the ring that remains unbroken. There are rings and rings, and rings within rings. There are ring's, in the starry heavens. There are society rings and rings of friendship. There i» the wedding ring, the diamond ring, the golden ring and rings of sil ver. Brass rings, political rings and near the last but not least, court house rings. Rings with sets and rings witb heads that need rings, rings that need head - . Oh Lord deliver us from Tnr. rinff » * LOPPING OFF EXPENSES. No Moks Fen to witksbh Fob DcnXDAJfT TO rk Allowed. From now on the numerous witnesses who generally ap pear for the defendant on pre liminary hearings before the -.. rviuiess .C-S. ssi stfint Prosecuting Attorney Farley, under a ruling of the supreme court oi the state, has conclu ded to disallow all such fees in the future. His decision has been approved by Judge Kean, and as these are the two officials whose indorse ment and allowance of cost warrant the auditor issuing warrants tor the same, their refusal to approve will prevent payment Another item of costs : ; now under considera tion, which, on account of its exteu.. is of considerable im wttnesses in criminal cases • a recog* nizance for their appearance a: the trial, have been allowed witness fees at 52 per day for all the time confined. These fee.-, often run from 550 to 5:5 c. It is claimed there is no authority in the statute for v_ n:on. Cine"? dispensary bill is u-ad. McKinleyi B.V. irent in Thurs day. The city dads met Wednesday evening. M. M. Cahoon has sold his hotel a-; Meaghersville to Geo. Hampton. Ejc-Goy. McGraw has retired from the pesidency of the First National bank of Seattle. Lauderdale Bros, contemplate building a large commadious store at .Meaghersville in the spring. Gov. Rogers has commissioned F. C, Tech' editor of the Whatcom Bh de, I i second lieutenant of Co m t any F. First regment. Meaghersville consists of twe store, three hotels, one saloon, a blacksmithshop, livery stable, a butcher shop and eight or ten * private residences. •!. J. Miller, of Wenas, is in the •ity this week attending curt as a witness in the case of State of Wash., vs. Thomas Johnson. Mr. Miller at one time lived near Cle-Elum. To (.'tire a" CoM ia on* Day.. Tate Laxative i'ro:no Quinine Table!*. All druggists refund tbe money II it fail* to eats 15c-. Tor m 1« by Stephen* vV El»-ood. Mining location notices for sale at this office. HOLD! HOLD! HOLD! TOUR ORDER* FOR HORSE FURNITURE UNUIL YOU SEH T. W. FERHELL : THE BOSS HARNESS MAKER. [ His stock is large and cum- ' plete in every department. 1 Our motto is a nimble pen- , ny, cash, rather than p. slow six pence. T. FERRELL. Ripans Tabules cure d}>pe pel*. Ripan> Tabule* cure jauadJe*.