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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 July 1895

NKWS FROM Ay SECTIONS. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. 1 toll the tale a< twas told to ice " Hot! Hotter' The liotest! Is it Lot eaoqgh? Mount Pafcer in spitting fire. Everybody seems to enjoy 3 000 l tfhade Alfalfa cutting i. s 1i,.. order of the day. A lire on Sunday and another on Monday. •T. F. LeClerc was in the city ou Tuesday. O, J. Temiant made us a call on Tuesday. A fat-man's nine has been organ ized in this city. Sam Pressey of Cle Ej Ulh , vas ni town Saturday. Remember the meeting Saturday at 1:30 p. m. sharp! C. IF. Stewart now ha* money on i hand to make farm loans. The west-bound passenger train was ten hours late Monday. I>o you use cards:' The,, call and examine our stock and prices. The democratic parly of Kittitas county is without a newspaper. Subscribe lor the Dawn—only 50 cents a year, or 3 months for 10c. A large quantity of old baled hay was shipped from this city last week. J. H. Thomas has leased the old city hotel building and is fitting it up for a store rtHHi...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 July 1895

is reaii)' worm your attention, go and hear Mrs. Irons on Monday at the M. E. church, at 8 p. m. Mrs. O. Stevenson left Sunday night tor Papilliou, Neb. She has lived in this city for several years and has a host of friends who re gret her departure G. W. Brownfield and wile, of Watery ille, made as a pleasant visit Saturday evening and Sunday. They were on their way to North Yakima and will return soon. THE DAWN—three months for TEN CENTS. AIMING HIGH. is not always the right way to aim. Shooting to hit the .nark is better. We arc studying - continually how to hit the popular idea of quality, assortment and price, and it is this thoughtful care that ena bles us to MAKE A BULL'S EVE EVERY TIME. TO DESTROY FLIES. "I never use window-screens" said a wise housekeeper, the other day, "because T fan cy that they shut out all the air in hot weather, and, besides, they Bene to keep j the flies in the house equally as well as to | Keep them out." "But T never see a fly in your hou.-e," raid...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 July 1895

NEWS FROM A! 1 SECTIONS. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. M I cannot tell how the truth mar be, % tei! the tale as 'twas told to mi Nice little shower on Sunday. A. J. Hodges made as a pleasant tall on Monday. CoimmsMoners Court eonverned Monday morning. Chris Scow's fine horse and car riage cost him 28 cents. Ol instead Bros., started up their creamery plant Monday. The farmers out North- easr of town report the squirrels dying. Win. Dennis, one of our largest £rnitgrowers>, was in town Tuesday. Prof. Huxley, the greatest sci entes! ol I'.t- world, died i«i London last Saturday* Wni, Rader, a fjood substantial Populist of East Kittitas, was in Down shopping Tuesday. Chris. Scow won Black Prince and the Studebaker carriage at the raffle by Geo. Elliott Saturday. • r-n . \V. Beaton, a prominent rancher and citizen ol' Teanaway, -vas in the city this week. F. Uossong sola 175 sacks of su gar in two weeks. How is that lor nigh: Frank always "gets there." The Popuiisrs of Columbia coun ty have pu...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 July 1895

Laws 0/ Financial Death. X 1. The l*'w putting two exceptions on the GREENBACKS p&sseu Feb. 25, '62. •2. The National Bank Law, passed Mar. 25, 1868. 3. T>e Cot trnetton Act. passed March Uib, 1861. 4. Credit strength ening act, passed March I*. 1888 Funding Vi tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. <i. Demonetization of stiver. pu»>"'i OB March 12th, 1873. 7. The resumption ■if, passed Jan. 14, 1874. THIRTY YEARS CONFLICT. The Dictation of 1850 Repeated in 1880! By < •o'L -n-ssj-; /J. i rp£n. BUtory Repeating It*> lf-Th- Compromise tvith Slavery Made Capital Supreme--The Concessions totheMoney Power .Hakes Capital Absolute Ruler-Tlie Struggle that ended m The Great Compromise measure. Gave to Capitaljhe 'ghttoown Labor. Comments of the New York Graphic on Hippolite 6renni6t & Letter. ■•A short time since a letter was published in The Graphic from a person said to be employed in one of the greatest banking houses of Europe, in which it was alledged that within t...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 July 1895

(O) — PUBLISHED WEEKLY. K)| 50 CENTS PER YEAR, J2T*Every person receiving a copy of Thk Daw n will please consider it an invitation *o subscribe. <)i\ly 50c. :-■ year. [Entered a> 2nd. Class Matter al the Ellens- Durgh Post-Office, Kittitas €ountv, Wash ington, November fith, 1894. | Ei.i.F.Nsiu io;. July 111, 1895, "Remenilx r this my toilin i brother, one dollar < vn't create another. No m»ttfi' who they are who ti.ke it. Ml wi all I] lielotigß to those who make it." ft in class lairs, not tin rights of w,i under the laws that we fight. DEAL in facts. Principle beiore men. Keep a stiff upper lip. 3atans weapon is deceit. Be honest with yourself Don't misrepresent facts Support the reform press. Be patient and forbearing. The under dog needs help. Practice what you preach Honesty of purpose counts For variety, read almanac's. Be consistent in everything Every traitor gets a reward. Deal honestly with all men. "Keep your powder dry, boys. The Populists want no fatuity Dare ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 July 1895

NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. p »I cannot tell how the truth inav In*, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." Ex-Gov. Stevenson of Idaho is dead. Yakima county will have a fair this year. Oswego. X. V.. had a $100,000 fire Saturday. We notice quire a heavy honey dew this week. A good size tornado struck Chi eago last Sunday. We are having very heavy/lows •almost every night. Judge Gambol, of Cle-Elum, was in our city this week. Mike Lin del has returned from his visit to Waterville. Kentucky Populists nominated a full ticket last Friday. lowa Populists nominated Syl vester Crane for Governor. The Populist state convention of Xeb.. is called for Aug. L's. J. Q. Adams "got his foot in It" with his spread-eagle iiarrangue. Dan Libby of Ellensanrg was in the city on the Fourth. — Water ville Index. Dr. Xewland returned from his three month's visit in the ICast on Wednesday. President Cleveland is the father of an other daughter. Hard times inaj stop some things. A wind and ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 13 July 1895

SWIPES I V AIL. fjast Thursday Court Commis •iooer Cameron, under instructions $i Judge Graves, came here to take like testimony of Ben E. Snipes in alio Snipes bunk case. Mr. Snipes could not be caught in Kittitas Bounty so thai a subpoena miiu'lii be served on him, consequently die court commissioners had to come here, but Mr. Snipes refused to an swer questions until his attorney, Mr. Snively, could be present. The commissioner find him $25 and committed him to jail until he was ready toanswi r. He was i \ charge of the Sheriff tor two or three days out was allowed to give bonds up :m habeas corpus proceedings to appear lor trial next Friday after noon. - -Yakima A:rgus. - . WAXTK.D-/ ' MMHH» PEOPLE TO r? AVI D THE SUM /•///•: Populist Paper On The Coast 1 ,C ST BEE OUR OFFB3 R ! 15 CENTS I YEAH. &FF£'R (i< '< >l) TILL vl IST IST. NOW LS Vol j. CHANCE \[t) SECURE V CH BAP l' VPEK Tin.- .i alike to both uaw and old subscribers. Old sub scribers amply pay all arrear ag...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 July 1895

Laws of Financial Death. 1. The law putting two exceptions on the tSKKKN BACKS passed Feb. 25,62. 2. The National Bank Law. passed Mar. 81V 1303- --3. T c C'"o™<" , " > " Act, pHMf d SI a rub | & h, Mil. I 4. Credit strength eningl net. |*B«sed March 18, 1800. 6. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. 6. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 1873. 7. The resumption aat, passed Jan. 14, 1374. THIRTY YEARS CONFLICT, The Dictation of 1850 Repeated in 1880! BY COL. JESSE HARPER. History Repeating Itself—The Com promise with Slavery Made. Capital Supreme— The Concessions to the Money Power .Makes Capital Absolute Ruler—The Struggle that ended in The Great Compromise measure, Gave to Capital the Right to own Labor. In another paper, and with ne-1 eompanying proofs, we have shown that—Land Mom.poly, Money Mo- ! aopoly, Class Legislation, has been the bane of the world. Then we discussed the Capital and Labor question, showing that these huge monopolies —creatur...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 July 1895

TUB DAWN. (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. (O) 50 CENTS PER YEAR, IsJ~Every person receiving a copy of THU Dawn will please consider it an invitation 10 subscribe. Only "»Uc. a year. [Entered as 2nd-. Class Matter at the Ellens* uurgb Post-Otlice, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November uth, 18!)4.1 Ellensburg, July 20, 1895. "Rememlwr this my toiltnsr brother, (due dollar t'AN'T create another. No matter vrno they are who take it, All wealth belongs to thoso who make it." It is class laws, not the rights of men under the la ws that we fight. Sow the seed. Spread the light. Do your whole duty. The campaign of '9C> is on. The devil loves a cheerful liar. Unity of action is what counts. Two wrongs never make a right. Get out of way or show your tolore What was it they said about the iignity of the county 9 What is better than a Populist? Two Populists, of course. r J*HAT farce may prove an ele phant camping on the trail. '"To know what is just and not practice it is cowardice.'' — Confiici- Ge...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 July 1895

NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. GENERAL LOCAL .YEWS. "I cannot tell kow the truth tnav be, I tell the tide as 'twas told to me." See Bossoug-'s new ad. The hay crop is a big- one. The Sunday law is to bo tested in this city. Mission has a live and energetic 6. A. R. post. The Rosl'ynites voted down the bond proposition. Wm. VbnNeida is able to attend to business again. Geo. Hornbeck returaed from Swauk on Tuesday. Sheriff Stinson was laid up for repairs ou Tuesday. W. W. Stone and family moved down to Yakima this week. W. J. Robbins litis bought the milk route of A. B. Crooks. Thomas Bailey, a pioneer citi zen of Roslyn, died last week. The first train since the fire in the tunnel, passed through Tues day. An 8 year old son of R. H. Not ions, of Tacoina. was drowned last week. Why pay $1.50 for and Idaho pear tree when you can get one tor 20 or 25 cents. Iv school district No. 3. there arc 696 children, of school age. Males 342, females 354. The Germans of Rosfyn wiflgive a grand Dutch picn...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 20 July 1895

General News. the republican, oi' California and Kentucky have declared against free silver. The Milrbrd, >L X., hank busted Same old game. "We pay on de mand—but If too many of you le fusc lo leave your money for us to do business on. we close." Best system on earth. Hard cyclones did great damage in "Illinois, Kansas, Wisconsin, Missouri and Arkansas of late. We have no such death dealiag twist ers in this country for which we should be very thankful. H. Bryant, of Sbmerville, Mass., has been arrested and held in $500 bond in the United States ceurt for fcriticising the Supreme court*ln the income-tax ''decision." (>! we're getting Russiauized in A arnica, >idly kings and?, their nobility never permitted criticism. 10,000 PEOPLE TO READ THE^PN THE BEST Populist Paper . On The Coast': JU ST 8E E OU R OFF E X 15 CEITS 1 YEAR. OFFER CiOO!) TILL AUGUST IST. NOW IS YOUH CHANCE TO SECURE A Hi-.\i' 1 APE It This applies alike to both new and old subscribers. Old sub scribers sim...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 July 1895

Laws of Financial Death. 1. The law putting two exceptions on tbe GREENBACKS passed Feb. '62. 2. Tbe National Boik Law, passed Mar. 25,18t>3. 8. Tr-e Contraction Act. passed March tf.h, 18011. 4. Credit strenirth enins act, missed Murch 18, 1869. 5. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. 6. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 1873. 7. The resumption as», passed Jan. 14, 1874. THIRTY YEARS CONFLICT, The Dictation of 1850 Repeated in 1880! BY COL. JESSE HARPER. History Repeating Itself--The Compromise with Slavery Made Capital Supreme—The Concessions lathe Money Power Makes Capital Absolute Xwler~The Struggle that ended in The (treat Compromise measure. Gave to Capital the Right to own Labor. We travel the serpentine track of this wily feo of labor; this enemy of Christian civilization, from its Irst step of crime, in the seven laws it has secured, the passage of: infamously wicked financial laws. 1. The act of Congress of 1808, placing two exceptions on the gr...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 July 1895

T3C3S —(o) — PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. JTTTEvory person receiving a copy of Tun Dawn will* please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only 50c. n year. as 2nd. Class Matter al the Ellens nurgh Fost-Oliiae, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November fith, 1804.1 Ellens burg, Jri.v 20, 1895. "lie-member this my toilina brwtlier, tone dollar i iS*f create another. No matter « no they are who take if, Ml wealth belongs to those who make it. /(, is class laws, not th> rights oj ,ttea under the laws that we fight Washington has 20,366 factory hands and makes 11,768,022 worth at' int.ducts. The real estate and personal property of Washington is valued *t $23,810,693. There has been an increase in "Hir public debt since March Ist 5893 of $162,325,500. God made man, the tailors make nis clothes. Therefore, a man may Wear overalls, and yet pay the freight. All Populists do any how. Every dollar the government puts its stamp on is a "sound dol lar,'* an honest dollar," a "stand a...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 July 1895

NEWS FROM ALL SECTION'S. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. "I cannot fell bow the truth niav bo, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." Bell your cat. Remember the meeting at 1:30 this evening. A little bit tropical on the street coruers Saturday. Mr. Emerson is able to be up and around again. Where is the "dignity" of Kiiti tas couuty located? Geo. Hornbeck is rusticating in the Swank country. Walter Reed, of Cle Blum, was in the city this week. The mail train from the east was two hours late-Tuesday. J. C. Ellison, of Thorp, was in town Saturday on business. H. M. Baldwin, the ticket" agent starts on an eastern visit soon. 1 G. W. Seaton, was doing business in the city Monday. Joseph Lorance has gone on a three.month's visit to relatives ;md friends in fenn. Frank Parker, son in-law of R. P. Fdgingt.oii. arrived in our city on Saturday last. L. K. Freemrn, editor of the Washington Farmer, made us a nocial visit Saturday. The county commissioners can do as much in one day as they usually do in th...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 27 July 1895

MORE SLA TERT. For several years the ''calamity bowline; Populists" have been tell ing this nation that the legitimate result of our present private mono poly systems of land and transpor tation would be sIavery—SLA VERY. Now in confirmation of their predictions w© offer the sub joined associated press dispatch: SPRING Valley, ill., July 5, '95. —The community is excited by 300 miner* offering to go into vol ttntary •slavery if guaranteed for themselves and their families com fortable homes, plenty of fuel and food and serviceable clothing. They represent the best element among the miners, and arc willing to sen thus without a. cent of wages They say they will sign an ironclad on tract. The miners say that this attitude will prove that the present trouble which threatens to result in a strike is not of their seeking. During *he past three years they have suffered from the necessities of life, and that rather than see their families suffer any more, they will become serfs." 11 r . MB...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 3 August 1895

ins of Financial Death. 1, The-law puitinpr two exceptions on the GREENBACKS passed Feb. 25, 'G2. 2. The National Bank Law, passed .Mar. 2M863. '%. T^e'Contraction Act, passed March «H P lt*bl». I Credit strenfrth oninjr act, passed Mnrch 18,1869. 5. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 18*4. 6. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 1873. 7. The resumption MtrpMted Jau. 14, im. THIRTY YEARS CONFLICT. The Dictation of 1850 Repeated in 1880! BY COL. JESSE HARPER. I History Repeating Itself--The Compromise vrith Slavery Made \ 'Capital Supreme—The Coueessions to the Mmey Rower Makes Capital Absolute Ruler—The Struggle that ended in The Great Compromise measure. Care to Capital the Right to own Labor. Then shall onr enfranchised ■ wintry, the climax come: 1 America! the aegis of liberty;the I beacon light, of hope. Land of the I lree church; land of the free school: I land of free nam. The divinely i guidedMaji came from the east to I worship in the manger, the Omni- I ar...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 3 August 1895

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. flSTEvery person reoelrlng :\ copy of Tna Daws will please consider it an Invitation lo subscribe. Or.iy ">oe. a year. tJCntered as -'nil. Clwa Matter at the Ellens vnrab Ptort-Offlee, Kittitas Conntv. Warti liiuton, Novem'tor "»th, lwt. I JStLKWBuaG, AU&usnj & 1895. "Reroembor »hi* »>y toMlmsf brother, l»ne rtollar can't create another. n m Uler wi»o t iev are who hike It. an w'Sth b"lo«R»tO tbow who make it." It is class laws, nM iht rights of men mder the laws that we fight. THB Populist had a good meeting Saturday. ThkrS' a*3 360 national bankers m the ffew York state prison. The incarceration of Eugene V. .lebs is as infamous as was the 3u<2?tive Slave law It »s an uphill job to undertake 7* speak a newspaper into existence Bbt it :3 a very easy matter to talk Mie to death, See! It there is a Populist in Kittitas county too tight-listed to, give 50c. for a whole years subscription to Dawn we will send it to him free and give...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 3 August 1895

NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. GENERAL LOCAL NEKJZ. ft M I caiHiofc tell how the truth may be, ' I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." Go«xJ evening Capt. Frost. Good morning Capt. Armstrong. Will J. Boyd has charge of the court house. Miss, Nora Grieel returned to Roslyn last week. Miss. J. A. Ostliff came down from Roslyn Friday. F. O. Seaton, of Teanaway, was in the city Wednesday. Now you kill grouse, pheasants, prairie chickens and sage hens. Uncle Jerry Damon left Satur day for a two weeks outing on the Swauk. Three cars of beef cattle were shipped from Wenatchee to the Sound last week. J. H. Smithson and family went to Nanum canyon Thursday for a two weeks outing. Mose Emerson killed*; a large cin mamon bear near Fish Lake last week, says the Courier. Seven cars of hogs were shipped iiom Wenatchee to Seattle by Big Bend ranchers last week. . The Httle Maze, caused by the Hunting of a small shed, created a lurry on Monday evening. Prof. McCully will soon have the annual catalogue of ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 3 August 1895

General News. Have you read the a»T\ . nisenient af "Breakers Ahead!" if not. read :it at once and thou send Tor a copy. Ex-Governor Rice of Massachn- Jelts is dead. The work'on the Hennepin canal goes steadily forward. Nebraska has had mm h rain and the crop prospects a'-e good. Silver City, NT. M., was severely damaged by a flood of water. St. Clair, Mich., was devastated by a tempest Several lives last. b]>ain is about to send targe ar mies to Cuba fee crush the rebellion. New Sngtand wholesale grocers will boycott the American Tobacco Company. Ohas V. Webb declines theap pointment r<> the Bttp re me bench in Wisconsin. The Ucljrian government agrees U> allow an experimental shipment »l'Canadian cattle. VIBITING or call cards printed at the Dawn o'ttee at living prices. Assorted liesigns, size aud%colors. £V. V HER! L UMBER! For good Lumber at bedrock prices, go to Ihe Fourth Street Lumber Yard. No. 1, common, at 5"; No. 1, at $8, for c.tsh or exohanp^. , Blowing, ('e...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 10 August 1895

Laws of Financial Death. t. The law putting two except ions on tbu GJRBBNBACKB passed Feb. -;"), '62. t. The National Hunk Law, passed Mar 25, 1868. 3. T< c Contraction Act, passed March ti.h, ISOS*. 4. Credit strength ening act, pas*ed March 18, 180!). 5. Funding Na tional deb', paused July Hth, 1874. 6. Demonetization of silver, passer! on March 12th, 18 ill. T. The. resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1871 Populist Field Notes. Tacoma, Sun and, the Dawn j one year for $ 1.10. The Oregon Populist, of Albany, Ore., has suspended. The Ohio Populists have notnina ted «T. 8. Coxey for governoi. The Taeoraa Suu extends its of* fer of 75c. a year until Sept. 1. Massachusetts Populists nomina- i ted E. Gerry Brown for governor. The next Populist state conven- ' tion ought to be held in this city. The Leader, a staunch Populist paper of Portland, Ore., has suc eumed to the inevitable. Our Nations Crisis, Ex-Gov. Wait's paper, and ihe Dawn, j \oth one year for 7o cents. The TaeornaSun make ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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