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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 26 October 1895

& SIL&J /!» J9« PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. OFFICE Rooms 39 A- 30 Block.. HSf Advertisements to appear in this paper must be handed in not lator than Thursday 4 p. m., to insure publication. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Kllens mirs:h Post-Oliice, Kittitas Countv, Wash ington, November sth, 1504.1 It is class laws, not the rights of men under the laws that we fight. JUDICIOUS AD VER TISLYG Has cheated many a new business; HAS ENLARGED MANY AN OLD BUSINESS; Has REVIVED MANY A DULL BUSINESS; JJa- "ESCUED many a lost business; :H>- • WED MANY A FAILING BUSINESS? HA I'UESERVED MANY A LARGE BUSINESS; ANI SECURES SUCCESS IN ANY BUSINESS. S< k of mir Populist friends say that the INmijtip's party made a great mistake la.*'* year in not nominating Patrick Henry Winston for Con gress. We do not agree with such Id' ?. Winston was never a sound Pi yiilist. Only two weeks prior to our state convention did he an aounce that he had severed his con nection with the re...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 26 October 1895

NEWS FROM AL: SECTIONS. general local news. —# I.i cann ot tell h"W the truth inav bo, I tell the tale 'iwas t«>ld to ine." Look out for a, change. Becker ran him up » tree. The nights are growing colder. Bring us some wood and read the Dawn a year. F. M. Standley will move into tbecitj shortly. P. fl. W. Ross inteuds moving into town Monday. Onr streets were filled with far mers last Saturday. Henry Grissom moved to Yaki ma county Thursday. One bushel of wheat will pay for the Dawn one year- Rev. Evaus, of North Yakima, was in the city this week. D. W. Morgan is visiting at his old home in South Carolina. Geo. B. Heuton is building a nice family residence on Bth street. C. H. Thomas has opened up a first elasshotel in the Klmira block. State Auditor Grimes and son of Olympia, were on our street hand shaking this week. fi. W. Eldred and Leslie are in the fountains laying in a supply of wood for th«- winter. Chas. Reed and Geo. FarwelL, two Wenatcheeites. were in the city on busin...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 26 October 1895

I GOT 'EM AT J. P. FLYNN'3! KITTITJS CREAMERIES. |" Tho are do ing business in ICittittis county. Nati!". Proprietor. P. O. J Bourbon. .T. I>. Shultz, Ellensburg - Sring - Civok. J. P. Sharp. Kittitas. Olinstead Pros. Kami in, M. Gibson Sebnebly, < has Sellnebly Cloverdale, J tC. Goodwin, Tliorp GRDER OE THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR. Hie lvimrhts of Labor ha* an individual member-hip card for ihe localities where; there are no Assemble- in order, i We ties«ir<' to have nn ti and women, wiio Believe in the ureat principles of the Ord<>r, Stationed in every town and hamlet through out the country ready at all times to cover with the shield of Knighthood at! those who may be found worthy of admission, and can be trusted with the secret wor.; of our Order. If you are one of tho-" you can re ceive full information and the necessary in structions to enable you to beirin work im- ; mediately by addre.-sinu the General Secrc- ! tary, Joitx W. llayks, I.'! 15. street, N. »V., Citv, I&...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 2 November 1895

UK of Fhmcial Dtath. # 1. Tie law putting two exception" nn tbe GREENBACKS passed Feb. 'tti* 2. The National Bank Law, passed Mar 25,1803. 3. T* e Contraction Ac', puset-d March tiib, 18fcN. 14. Credit strength ening act, | Missed March 18, 1800. o. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1974. {j, Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12tb, 1873. 7. The resumption aet, passed Jan. 14, 1874. Warn/is VOL. 2. MIGRAW'S SCHOOL BOOKS.! FALSE STATEMENTS. MONSTBOUS LIES TO MIS LEAD THE PEOPLE. "A NIGGER IJV THE WOOD PILE." GOLDB UG IS. 1/ IJV THE NEW SCHOOL BOOK'S. BY AN OLD SCHOOL TEACH KB. It is fresh in the minds of some people that our last legislature pass ed a law to permit the state to pub j lish school books for the benefit of ; of parent and pupil. It is also J fresh in our minds that our great and good ''constitootional" govern- : or vetoed the bill. It is also a fresh ; circumstance that he, the aforesaid governor, with his obesquious com mittee, afterward met and adopted ...

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

VM3S PXWtt. PUBLISHED" WKEAIY. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. • FI'ICE Kooms 29 A .10 Ge<l«Hs Block ipg"*Advertisements to appear in tbi paper must be Lauded in ii"t later ttian Thursday 4 p, m., to injure publication. {Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the hileiis- r«jst-Ollice, Kiitita-Countv, Wash ington, November Oth, j»'j4. | It is class laics, not the rights oj men under the lav:* that ice fight. J I'1)1 CI OUSJD \ Eli TISL\ G Has ckea 1 hi; many a new business; Has ENLAkoaii many an <>ll> business; Has KEWVfci* MANY A ULLL BLSLNEsS; Has i.h.-tiKD Many a lo»i business; Ha- wel> many a failing business; Ha , ui-.behvel» many a lakue business; AM -ECLKES SJLCCKBS IN ANY BL SIN ESS. D.\> you ever hear it charge'' ir.at laboi had purchased the deci.-. ju of a Judge? Why is it that labor is always wi when contesting with capital in 'he courts? The People's party is the only party that declares for an independ ent American financial system. You have made that pernicious which wa...

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

KEffS FROM ALL SECTIONS. QOER.iI LOCAL XF, II 'S. «i cannot tell how the truth mav be, I tell the tele as ' lwas to,d to nie *" « w jj t McKee has disposed of his f * fish market. Bring us some wood and read the Dawn a year. Coal is selling at North Yakima f0r52.50 per ton. Joe Lorance made a flying visit to Olynipia this w«>ek. Wood, hay or grain taken 011 subscription to Dawx. C. H. Stewart now has money 011 band*to make farm loans. L. A. Vincent sp< n a few days days in Olynipia this week. H. W. Hdred wilt please accept our thanks for a line male pig. X B. Nelson, one of our esteem ed readers, made us a pleasant call on last Saturday. The drug stores m Yakima will remain closed between 12 and 1 p. ra., every Sunday. J. B. Davidson spent a part of this week in Olympia attending the Supreme court. One bushel of wheat will pay for the Dawn one yea r. A 12 pound potato is on exhibi tion in a North Yakima window. —Washington Farmer. We will give you the Dawn one year for 60 lbs....

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 2 November 1895

I GOT 'EM AT J. P. FLYW.N'S! j\' it rr r. / s c re. lvfr / es. Tlif I'ullowinj.- nreainorifts are <lo ing ldisini'ss in Kittitas eounty. Naui<\ Pi ojn i(;tor. I > . <>• Boinltoii. ,1. 11. Shultz, KUensbttrji Srin> r ,<.l. I*. Sharp. KiUihts. Olnistead liros. Kanum. ..'-M. Gibson Sehnebly, < has Sehnebly u CJovt'nlale, ,1 r t C. Goodwin, Thorj) r VRDEU OF THE KMCIITS OF LABOII. The Ki lights of Labor has an individual membership card for the localities where there are m> Assemblies in working order. We desire to have men and women, who believe in the great, principles of the Ordor, stationed in every town and hamlet through out the country ready at all times to cover With the >-liield of Knighthood all those who may be found worthy of admission, and can be trusted with! the secret work of our Order. If you are one of tlncc you can re ceive full information and the necessary in structions to enable von to begin work im mediately by addressing the (icneral...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 9 November 1895

OUR MOTTO: 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 ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 9 November 1895

Tifss 50 CENTS PUR YEAR. ROUT. A. T rjiM:fi, J.I)!TOIi. OFI'H E ItfMims -i'.i «t {0 Jilc'-i; il- AL>\ KJ'.'IIKEMKM S x>. ; } r ::j tlji- \j<-r i/ju-t fjauded i'j i ■' 11* " iban 1 JiCBSDAY 4p. «j., xij ir.--.r- i • ttion. [I. u-rMI a« lio'l. Cia-« Matl'-r ut th' il oi rKti Pu«t>OSce, Kittitas County, Waub* li .'ton. Novf-rnb* r -"itl), 1 ~t'4. // I . lav:-. ii'it tlti' /' ■ ' f'J wen under th». loo:-: that ><:■ ji■■'■l. ./ / I)i C/ () <'S - lIJ I 'l.lt 11SI. \ O Has ' RKATKI -i'NV A m:W Bt'SISEM; J.M.Al'.O'.il> MAM' AN <>U> JM -IM.-- ." KKVIVKJi Man V A \>\ I I ill -INK--: I J.-< t KJ' MAM ].<).- I 1.1 -lM —; J. MASY A I il US I • I'.i 'M iS, Ji I'kKfjKI'SVKJ' M.WVA f.Aj'.'O fi' -INK- 1 -: A: u SECUBX9 M ' I.N ANY 111 ftINKSS. r,p 1-• v. r>y to t eform the re pui iit iir } I'y is to bury it. ihe to ru-r t < < ' r i'r r tl.»- country. — Chi h«.iis <'<i' cote. Yes. ai d t uiy . f- < e downward j- *I.'* harder it seiat hes the...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 9 November 1895

NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. QE.NERAL LOCAL AE (J s. —M — .n nf tell how the truth mav l>e, I tellTe tale as 'twas told to me." pretty cool thank you. Lard pails 61 to Sic The Cyclone. Bring us some wood and road the Dawn a year. Large stock best mucilage ami inks sc. The Cyclone. Kirk Whited. of Wenatchee, is i u the city attending court. Remember the meeting of the central committee on the 111. Money on hand for farm loans. ('. j H.Stewart, No. 5S (ioddis Block. DIF.D: —lii Ellensburg, Nov. sth Mrs.Sarah F. Evans, aged 7"> years, and 7 months. Court conveiued Monday mor ning and at linon adjourned until Thursday morning. lOets. whips coining to The Cy clone. Wanted —500 bushels of wheat at the Dawn* office and 500 subseri bers. One imshel pays for the paper one year W.F.Patterson, Mike McOarty and Ed. Lake, all of Blewett. were in the city this week. The Epworth League Conven tion will meet at the Si. E. Cliurch in this city. Nov. 27. and continue over Sunday. See the call for a ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 9 November 1895

yg* fC- its Tk J I ardware, Stoves and Tinware. Plur.f/in;/ Pi])e Work and General Jobbing. Satisfaction vSKCf : i-HAXU GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD Money in Farming: I' .- 'i <■ fact th'it all farrriinir tntf-r* ii;: rove where it Is potiMble to uttliase the v. that thf wt-1.- on th'r farm v.ill drod'i • How few people th'nk of the val ue ■ f ■■'■v for irritation, and what couid lx pif<t'.! -.J a ri:inimiitu c » t if it wf-re use»l. Th<- •< - ,/j ha- tif-f-n he. etofore how to t.'M the v.at 1 1 " the -urface '•conomically, aiid tbi- h - I" '-ii aecompli-hf-d t»'. the u-e of Ga-oliii<- Kerfi.«f*ne Oil Oa-. Ensiijf. tnanu factur' '! I>* I'ainu-r I'ey T' pe Foundr>, 4 f .C> Sni -'.me -treet, -:iii I-'ranci-co, < al. Do Vou Want to >fsik«* Mouc.v? We r.an vou honest ernpluy rnent ai your o vi. home.-. !jv can eari, from ten tu twenty-five fiol lars a week. Send three cents to pay posta." and ve will send you particu lar;;, also the latest song (sheet music, regul...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 16 November 1895

OUR MOTTO: Keep in the Middle of the Road. No fusion with any political party on earth. VOL. 2. hear and HEED DFPtW. BE TELLS WHA T FIFTY MEN IN THE VM TED STATES C.LV DO. Ed. Dawn : Truth sometimes comes from un expected sources. Mr. Chauncy M. DePew, on a recent occasion, made an utterance well worth attention. It embodies a great truth, one of immense weight in the present pos ture of public affairs. For thirty three years, the money power, un der republican and democratic rule, has attained gigantic proportions, and under the nursing of our serv ants at Washington, threatens to become huger still, more than u giant. Mr. Dej>ew the pos sibilities incident 10 concentrated wealth: "Fifty men in these United States have it in their power, by reason of the wealth which they control, t"» come together within twenty-four hours and arrive at an understand ing, by which every wheel of trade and commerce may l>e stopped from revolving, every avenue of trade blocked, and every electr...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 16 November 1895

p, -■ , -—'• •• • Vv Wf; \ / .... y '~ J &-JT r ,. - / re 1 :: (.' *, • ... • £A». f*t " " ■/ .- - ■ - iC&r--'- /.•' cl. - .. ' fit Of /. ' - 4. • .••H 1 , r t i !;fr Daun OfFlCfr, njlfii-tnirz Hash fS. t# -i.A £ JJ rw M -1 % K -/j CLNTS PER YEAR. yo/;'/ 'J r !:.'.'L!' hblT f )lt. Ol i i< I. li<»<iliis iU.A {O [ilof k Vapf-r mu.*t be banOed if. not later than Tih;k day • p, • i., to ins ire publi« it ion. iurS'i-',co a untv'; wL nb ir.;' 1. // , r!/iln u. . />o/ '/<<? -'//- ' r/.«r. • /Ifl- Jil) / CIOU, S* -1 L>r. H'//V/. \ Y r BAH CREATKD MANV A SK\ BL'SINES-H: Jl a-i KM.AHOHD MAN) \S (tIM -:NK.--' HAS RK'. 4'Kl> MANY A I/I.'U HL'SI.S'K : Ha HKftCVV.ii MAXV A I.OS'I Ji r JiA --. Eh MA.. /A ; MI.INO 11- 0A i I'IIKSKRVRD MANY A I.AROK JiCSI.NESS? ■ it:< l - ANV J:' -ink--. Special Notice. ■ Y ' . •r: ■ ■ ' ' ■ Ii you wlli end to the Secretary of Sf.at'-. W;j:-hii ,ton. !>. with hirnple le-piest ior ( oi.-alar Report Ino. I'l--, you will find an 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. — 16 November 1895

NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. general local xe us. "I cannot toll how the truth nisiy hp, I tell the tale as 'twas tolil to me." Lard pailsol to B,'c The Cyclone. Harley Brown left for Waterville ou Monday. D. G. C. Baker of this city lias moved over to Olympia. The first snow fall of the season came down on us Tuesday morning. D. W. Morgan returned from the east Saturday. We are glad to see Mr. Morgan back at his post. ! hoi nas Mc' 'austland litis started a small city on his ranch this fall, two new houses are being built. James Conarty and Mrs. J. M. Montgomery contributed 50 cents each to our exchequer this week. Bring its some wood and read the Dawn a year. The County Commissioners ap pointed 8. C. Davidson Justice of the Peace to succeed Mr. Crazier Died—Mrs. David Wheat on, on Wednesday. Xov. 13. at !' p. m. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family. The Epwortlx League Conven tion will meet at the M. E. Church in this city. Xov. 27. and continue over Sunday. Pearl buttons sc. ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 16 November 1895

if* t'i ; 'if *l h *4* ' *>*? Jf i-. ■ /M *3 *■*. «r I *ytv • / o.'re, Stoves and Tinware, T.ti. ;> • \\".>rk tnd C/on Satista- tion r;ooi>s W)'.(\\vr soUj. I.I o.iy in Fnrin in g: • !.•» • n-t tli.it all faimiii!.' iritf-i - f Mi] '• - rif --iMf: • , utili*.- tii 1 'i ihit the U'-li- '• n the f j-:n will clr< '!' ll'>' i .v people think of ihe vil ne f'.i irrigation, •«»»'! *,vhnt ; o i'l !»'■ pi '! I -i| .i li.i:iil<iu?ii <o t if it u t'(' Tl.' >1 1 "M In- li'en he:etofore Ik- • rog'i tli> , • , th< -.i i-f:i<■.<■ < -'inorniiMlly, and thl- lii- 'ph u :if* , ' , iiiiplif>}i'''i t>y the u-''of o IC' i ',-' n' Oil <, i- Kni'iiif', ni.'iii'i faehi re I ii' ftimer A. ll'-' I v\i< lilidi'., 40.", ■ -•■in'' rr-r t, -in (• r-Irifri-<■ ( il. 110 Von Want to Make Honey I VV( ( i.n you honest employ ment t ).r your own home:-, by whir h you car: ( 1 :ti from ten to twenty five r!ol (ar. a week. Send three cents to pay po and we will se...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 23 November 1895

OUR MOTTO: Keep in the Middle oi tin 1 Road. No fusion with any political part 3 on earth. VOL. 2. FRANK CHAVE'B VIEWS. Mr. Braves Ha Bee l iHton Reou- Hcan auc Is Itiorouehi Acouaintei Witti Then lactic en: Beinr a Republican, He Cap Be Quotec a Auttiont. v Tin- Bpoke*ma • 'Review sent n re porter around to get the view- of prominent r-jiokani men on th< r» cent Eastern elections. Her i ffhut Attorney Frank Graves, Baid: '•When Ceasar was in the Neither iands he fought a battl with the Germans it; which he wa rietori ous. He said . 'One more Ruch vit tory and the power of th rep ibli is broker in Germany Bi sa il to the resull c vesterct i • ele< tions. I consider it the mosl .naa trou? blow that wa eve ■ struc : this republic and to the liberties of this people :...a : • because th»- republican part stand for gold monometaliisr. ic • hig tarifi : i the taxation (• th man poor to the exemptio i th tei ■ ric . the yet furtne ' elevo ion ( iurisdh tion and ut in a ion oi powe ■...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 23 November 1895

7- ♦ -IpMto - - •• ii a* • teVMi «■c • - :x •.>••- v ;* r. . t C. hm ■m ' j get C. .3 ' Ci.'t"V !J 9W *. fl 1 It*. C@n ; . . - , '.rr ■ ™- i H nt Of I OBi E '.'- s ■ J ■ I t.- rfjOMX* I w '--.-.«•. 7 ... * t ;»I/t'V.. •. r -V. • V 1 . i « i: * /. ••■ -- I Wirt c2efcn I \v.«- -.; 7 . cm. • ti- . Warm 1 * . ■ • I salt *t 7ii* ott'»*. 50 r .ESTS PEW rEAfI /r r/T IVBSKH EDITOR. i i« l- Kwmi» *'- a ';■• [»)«<* .'. ;. 'Xl ". ". ->. ■■' I FT* • » t»» <;j ' - mi .. • • 1 •.- r. JVDIC/0 " tItVERTIh LVG Bj • : kj. • kt * l>s U. If' SJ *«•»: tft£Ttll€ ' : THE Co**fT7lC, r>- • ' v* . • V:*.V V it Special Votiee . ■ ■■ ■j'. . Jatstrt v. ■ '.' y. _•..». M L,. Vv'.^ ! ■ The Georgia Popuiiata hold thtii ttate convention Dec. 18th. creased it • vote 500 percent. 1 ;tl next r - H. h<-r;ait-; will stand 42 rep . licans, 37 democrats and 6 I .« "" '- i.' 1 ' TT. t'- -' - * •: - • %' "- I I :. " V "..I . ~ .'.».» *0. " ' '■' ' ' •| I' - : '.5 -' '■ ..." 1 •-- - • • i - ' •" •'. ." *...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 23 November 1895

N EWS FROM AL! SECTIONS GENERAL LOCAL A'EU'S. «i cannot tell how the troth may be, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." City election, Dec. 3rd. Saturday was a lovely day. Aheavy fog Wednesday morning. Luen Abrains, of Portland, is in the city this week- j M. Ready was in the city tliis week ou business. One bushel of wheat will pay for the Dawn one year. Grand Master Jerry Fortain, I 0. 0. F. was in the city this week. We will give you the Dawn one year for 60 lbs/ of wheat, sacked and delivered at our ofUce. Giis Hogon, of Orondo, remits 50c for Dawn and wishes the same long life, peace and prosperity. C. H. Stewart now has money on fand to make farm loans. Uncle John McDowell has beet) very poorly for the past few weeks, tontis able to be Bp and around. Eeavy lamp Fines 5 and 1© ctS. At The Cyelose. John A. Shoudy. Sr., was down from Peshastiu the latter part of last week, returning on Sunday. Mosey on hand for farm loan.';. C. H. Stewart, No. 58 Geddis Block. W. J. Vizey, one o...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 23 November 1895

w 0% -t' »•> F #^. v r* 5 V'' •■' — ." *«■ * 1*:- l - ".' kV# Jri.» I Stoves and Tix p/are. Piumbing, Pipe Work and General Jobbing. Satisfaction SKCOND-HAXD GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD. Money is Farming: I a notable fad tli it dl farming niter* Mt> Improve where it is possible to utilize tbc water that the wHi» on the firm will irodarx How; •.. •...'.;.,<• ih'nk ol ■;• Val» •ac oi h i • fori:. ..• • v, and wbal could be pro'lucetl ai i minimus. ••» t :fil were used, fte questi i • been beietofore how to %e\ tlie water to •.-.» uriati < eonoinieally, and this has b< •- . >••• injJ • ;.• -i tbe use of Ga-oli: .-- or K--o>»-n«- «>•• «••>• i. / ne, manu* fcctur* (1 !'.. iner & It* ,Ti • J uudry, MS Hum me -•;•••<•:, San I'r um-Im: >, < al. tA (hi *'.v had o>en '. 5uH«r»T 'torn rtttuT'ttictro«4»l« (■•• 7 or 8 j-srs until r.e rr.ii-. the discoven which cured h n 'ntAei',)- tojlf hours, will assist ftthert smilcrly etfV ■*a Iree v price. Acl-'.ts, Lock...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 30 November 1895

OUR MOTTO: Keep in the Middle of the Ed. No fusion with any Weal party on earth. VOL. 2- ABRAHAN LINCOLN SPEAKS Rl IMs of Warning to The Amsrican Peo j'e He could Plainly see Where We were Drifting Thirty Year's Ago, But We Heeded Not Abraham Lincoln was a man was profound, pos ting that mental make-up which rendered him highly intentional. Hi? vision was clear, taking in cau se? and sequences so thoroughly thai he war! in the relm of prophe cy. A few days before his assasin ation, the heavy load of the war lifted frorfi his shoulders, he clearly discerned the trend of things on monetary lines, and uttered in his sententious way his warning words as follows: '•I gee in the near future, a crisis «pproaching that unerves me ami <auses me to tremble for the safety of my country. As a result of the war, corporations have been en throned, and an era of corruption will follow, and the money power of the country will endeavor m pro long its reign by working upon the prejudices of the pe...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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