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The Dawn and Seattle
Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4- NO. ii. amount That Hay be Save! Ever Year by Government Ownership of Railroads. »» abolishing 890 presidsats, with their itafto,(one would d«).< 2T>,000,009 Abolishing t!»' lii;.'" priced nanus*!* and (heir ..luff*. 4,000,000 abolishing attorneys and legal «peu»e». 13,000,000 Aboli»htni! merely competitive #fice», solicitors, ate., 18,000,000 AbeUsblnf ;V 7 of the advertising accoust, which i* incurred for aompeiitive purposes 3,000,000 Abeliiblng traaic associations, wbicb are employed to adjust Batters between competing- rds. 4,000.000 exclusive use of short routes 85,000*000 Consolidation <»f working de pot*, oiliceH and stall*, 20,000,000 IJalfermlty of rail*, cars, wa ehiuery, etc., cheapening their ■aaaufttc'.ure, avoiding freight blockade*, return of "empties'* belonging 10 oiher roads, clerk ags to keep seel, of cars and ad just (hvi'touff of earnings a mux <b« roads; by nutklns simple easily understood tariff, •avlug the tiiao and labor of •Jerks and tbe public, by aJI tbe uuml>erless liiila eoono aiesofa ?asl corporation un lata single management, K>ad aa competitive vrarefare te i waste it* energies, 10.000.000 By aveidiag strike* and develop lag a better feeling generally, 10,000,000 By abolishing tbe corruption fusd inert in legislatures, etc, 8d,000,0< v By abolishing tho pass evil, 80,000,000 By abell«bing unjust rebates etc. ftO.ooo.uOO By heviuc no rent or Interest, 283,000,01 By having ne d \ (deed* to pay, 55,009-,000 BypuUiog'surplus In tli« peo. pis'* treasury, 62,000,000 •w»«r»bijj M Mil ways, (001,000,000 , 18&UKS OF COIN. She following table, alto-wing tho number of coins of the vari ous denomination*, issued dur ing 102 years from 1792 to 1894 mil be of interest to our.readers. Piece*. Deuble tight, 60,030,3 tO Jagles, 25,2(50,290 Half ea gl est, 41,764.002 Thresdolkns, 439,792 Quarter eagles, 10,462,280 Dollars of gold, 10,499,337 Dollars of silver. 427.864.4 lC Trade dollars, 85,965,92 \ Half dollars, 861,024,767 Quarter dollars, 185,7t»2,176 Twenty cents, 1,355,000 Dimes, 284,801,172 Balf dimes, 97,604,388 Three cents,. 42,736,240 Five cents of nickel, 268,648,619 Three cents of nickel, 81,878,31 (5 Two cents of bronze, 45,601,000 One cent of copper, 10T>.288,711 One cent of nfckel, 2(X >,772,0U0 One cent of bronze, 733,178,335 Malf cent of copper, 7,983,222 The Little Statesman K. L ARMSTROM9 *f COMPLETE CYCLOPEDIA OF POLITICAL ECONOMY AND RE FORM POLITICS, designed to QUICKLY ANSWER QUESTIONS dND SETTLE ARGUMENTS.-: < Endorsed by People's Party Leaders and Press Every where as tbe Best of Refer ence Books and the Most Effective Vote-Maker srtr Priated llilt A Wbok Ufccsty in Ons Handy Volume • * fOn'BIITI: A Hew aißtorr of American Poll ± Stuj* in trie Urotrth of American Liberty: ■una Cbarta—The Meddcnburß Declaration— Sto Declaration of. Independtti™ jj. Tho Conatl- Jwlon of to* Oiiited Btatee £ Tho Hew Duclam •on of Indepom'enee : The Omaha IMutfonu In ■"14 ASiaw Study ot Political Kcouomy, b»s«U (BttaOaißiiapir.lCorm Afiactionvlliii! Ui Aroer!- t*B Politloa A xta Lava of Property i Inteiew SSdCaury X Del* and Slavery A The Land Ouos ■on AnTxpurilUtm of the CTuylo Tax A Co •peraHon £ Direct Legislation: Tba liiitT.tlv* sps fteforeoduui—Proportional liepresentation SkThaPhlloeonhy ef lla»ey X A BttdVz.ve VltrV Jf American financial liutory £. Tba Klffht ■onay Cnnaplraclea £ Tba Documentary Bvt- SSD.ce—Tim Bauard circular, AfflduTlis, ate.— Wbiufc- the Law-mrtere—Bribing ttie X'ieas, Uc, •**• 4 The TreniporULou Problem £ JJjiboTO I* only t partial tuuiirarT A Tba L!PU PjWlll cover* every el.iuiwnt of Uie fc'f'-:-t ■elonu mo»ement & 334 lurgro pagee in cloeo •at legible type JL It it a raodul of eorapaotneM end coiQpr#Um»iv(.r,i>r»—(bo eL*t>pe»t UkAi tcvar Vabuibed at the price & Price, postpaid, s$ e«nt« ♦ •address rum office BBTYAK NOTICE. One pale red heifer, I year old, a small under-ulit m the right ear, an iudestnable braod of some kind • the right hip. Owuer must jiruve property and •»»*0«. I, Y. I.YBN THE DAWN. ELLENSBURG, WASH., SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1897. PROFESSION AL CARDS —ATTOXKYs. I j CARROI. 8. UKAV!!S. IRA P. RNOIEHART. Graves & Englchart, ATTO RXI2 VS AT LAW. I Ofk-K i:s: KIIEKSBI RO AND North Yakima, j s. c. Davidson, Room 2 Davidson Block. ELLEN.SDL'RO, WASH, Mires & Warner, ElWoiH»iii at law, i Will practice in all the courts of the state. Office in Geddis Block. ELLENSBURO, WASH, j fjttiitivctj ot $?citi>, Will practice iv all tho courts of tbe state. i-LLENoBUHG, WASH. W. J. WELSH, Cltlo;iioij cit statu. Will practice in tho courts ofßotlynl aud Superior court of Kittitas county. RC3LY.*-. WASH, i ;L, A. Vincent, Ctttotttctj >.i! f-.nu, Will practice in all tlie Courts of tba State. Office in the Davidson Block. ELLENSBURG, WASH 0. If. LATIMER, Fire, [<ifk anh accidknt insurance. RENT COLLECTION AUISNT. Rooms bi .\ni> ;•."> Gkddis Block. . ellensburg, washington drug houses, P3RRY DRUG CO., Dealers in drugs, paints, oils brushes. Physicians pre scriptions carefully tilled. WOLVERTON Due.- all kinds <>f PAINTING, tfr PAPERHANGINO SHOP COB. i'tJl & MAIN svrs. Leave orders as Morgaus Book j Stove. m 6 H. SiL BILLUPSi CONSTABLE. S'd Str., at Moores Lodgro* House. Prompt attention given to collections. Business entrusted to my hands will re ceive prompt attention, ELLENSnURO, : BOYS : You can get the best five cent j cigar in the world —The Rail Splitter—at Deuel's Barber Shop, on Main Sir., in Shoudy Block. P. L. DEUEL. "voir trees? Were they killed by the severe cold wave in fall? If so, you may want to buy more tree-; and re-set your orchard. We are taking orders for spring delivery of nursery stock for the White Salmon Nursery. Call and see our sample book and see the low prices. All stock warranted true to name. Call at The Dawn office. COTTRELUS PROTECTIVE IKB DETECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. An Organized Agency of (he People for the Prevention of Crime and the . Detect inn of Criminals. (Incorporated.) W4 NTS' Public and private Rep reeentatives, Mob ami Female, at earL Post-oftec in Amenea. bend , stamp for'copy of Amencan Detect ive and jail particuhn free. Ad, ■dre„,J. W. CotlrelL O^HSu^t ©rjc gtcvtljtucot davttcultuviftt, Published in Tacoma, is an alarouud farm paper, one that every farmer, gardener fruit-grower and stockman should read regularly. It is published monthly at 50 cents per year. We can, for 75 cents, send you one year the the Horticulturist and Keeping the Promises Made the PEOPLE. Herewith is given the total amount expended by the McGraw administration, during 1895 and 1896, and for which warrants were drawn and the money paid. Total amount $2,859,767 Less sum paid Capitol Commission 81,420 Net amount expended $2,778,344 Total amount appropriated by the Legisla ture of 1897 $1,124,778 This will save the taxpayers of the state the splendid sum of. $1,653,679 —.Seattle Times. APPROPRIATION BILL. Carries Items Amounting tc $1,124,778.40, Olympia, March iß.—The follow ing is tlu> itemized appropriation bill as parsed by the legislature, • carrying a total of $1,124,778.40: l-'ou THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. , Salary oi tlie governor, at $4, ; 000 per year $ 8000 Private secretary, at $1200 j a year 2400 Stenographer, at $720 1440 : For postage, stationery, trav eling expenses and mci;- -; dentals 1000 For publishing thegovernor's : proclamation $00 | For extradition expenses. . . 2000 ; For rewards authorized to be paid by the governor in ; certain cases 1000 j For the suppression of riots, insurrections or invasions, to be used for this pur i pose only 5000 ; For deposit required for cost of survey of school or in demnity lands 17000 Total $38140 ] FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. j Salary of lieutenant governor j at $1000 per year 2000 FOR SECRETARY Ot-' STATE'S OFFICE. I Salary of secretary of state I at $2500 per 5000 ; Salary of chief clerk, at $1200 I per year 2400 j Salary of insurance clerks, at $1200 per year 2400 Salary of recording clerk, at $820 per year 1640 j For transcribing old indexes 500 ' Salary of recording clerk, at I $820 per year 1640 ; Salary of bookkeeper and stenographer, $720 1440 I For extra clerk hire 500 For traveling and incidental j expenses insurance depart j ment, $200 per year 400 For postage and incidentals. 1000 ; For distribution of session ! laws and journals 400 • For indexing session laws.. 200 ; For furniture for secretary of state's office 500 ; For indexing bouse journal. 200 ' For indexing senate journal. 200 For publishing constitution al amendments 1500 Total $19920 ' FOB STATE auditor's OFFICE. : Salary of state auditor, at $2, 000 per year 4000 Wash. -SElte awn. Salary of deputy slate audi tor, at $1200 j>er year. . . . 2400 1 Salary of bookkeeper, atsl, 000 per year 2000 ; For extra clerk bin*, at $500 per year 1000; Salary of stenographer, at $720 per year 1440 ; For postage 800: Telephoning and incedentals 300 For express^ge and express age and distributing reve nue forms 300 Total 11740; FOB STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE. For salary of state treasurer, at $2000 per year 4000 Salary of deputy state treas urer, at $1200 per year. . . 2100 ! For postage and incidentals. 300 For extra clerical help 600 Total $ 7300^ OFFICE OF SUIT. OF SCHOOLS. Salary of superintendent, at $2500 per year 5000' For clerk hire, at $500 per year 1000 j Salary of deputy superin tendent, $at 1000 per year. 2000 For postage, expressage and telegraphing 300 For traveling expenses 500 j Expenses of stato board of education 1000 Total $ 9800; FOB SUPREME COURT. Salary of supreme judges, at $4000 each per year 40000 Salary of clerk of supreme court, $2000 per year 4000 Salary of supremo court re porter 4195| Contingent expenses of su preme court 60001 Total 54195! SALARY AND EXPENSES OF SUPERIOR JUDGES. Salaries of superior judges 63000 For traveling expenses of superior judges when ju risdiction contains more than one county 1500 [ For payment of salary and expenses of superior judges pro tern 300' Total 64800! ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE. j Salary of attorney general, at $2000 per year 4000; Salary of assistant attorney general, as $1800 per year 3000 Stenographing and clerk hire at #500 per year 1000; For trawling expenses, at $750 per year 1500 1 The Dawn and Thrice 1 Weekly World for $1.15 PRICE 2 CENTS. ' For stationer}', postage and j incidentals 400 Total $10500 OFFICE 0!' COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS. ■ Salary of commissioner of , public lands, $'2000 a year 4000 : Salary of chief clerk, at $ 1200 per year 2400 ; Salary of chief engineer, at $1200 per year. 2400 Salary of stenographer, at \ 1720 per year 1440 Salary of bookkeeper, ab stractor and recorder, at 1000 per year 1800 For extra engineering help. . 500 For expenses of appraise ment, sale and ldeß3 of school, granted, tide and other lands 7500 For salary and fees of agents in selecting ytate lands.. 8000 For advertising .sale of state lands 500 For traveling expenses, com* ; missiouer of plblio lands and board ot slate land commissioners 1000 For postage and incidental expenses 300 For contingent fund for de fending state's title to school, granted and other lands, before the courts end the several U. 8. land offices of the state and tho secretary of the interior.. 3000 For procuring plats and ab stracts of entries from U. S. bind offices 300 Furniture and office mator'l 600 For expenses of having school and other lands of the Mate certified by tho secretary of the interior as non-mineral in character and advertising the same. 2000 j For fees due agents for select ing state lands 2300 Total $37940 OFFICE OF FISH COMMISHER. Salary of fish commissioner, | at $2000 per year 4000 ; Deputy iish commissioner at $750 per year 1500 : For traveling and incidental j expenses of fish commis'er 1500 Total 7000 OUT OF FISH HATCHERY FUND. ! For maintenance of fish i hatchet ies 20000 ' (If considered feasible by fish commissioner): ; For the construction of a lieh 1 way in Skokomish river. . 500 ! For the construction of a fish \ way in Dcs Chutes river. , 500 | For the construction of a fish ; way in Spokane river. ... 500 Total $21500 FOB STATIC LIBRARY. I Salary of state librarian, $1000 per year 2000 J Salary of assistant librarian 800 Total for library $ 2800 FOB LIBBAIJY FUND. Postage and incidental ex penses 400 For purchase of maps and ! books for state library... 2000 Total $ 2400 FOB COAI. MINI; INSPECTOR. 1 Salaries of coal mine inspec j tors 3000 I Traveling expenses of inspec tors 500 ; Coal mine examiner 400 Total $ 3900 ' WESTERN WASHINGTON HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. -Maintenance 115000 Furniture 1250 CONTINUED <>n SECOND PARK.