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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 9 February 1895

juri sworn in a-aeowding !"• L i?t< gumoned and fta- K«n Trial ended at 4 O iv M . Verdict of the Juri The dtf* r*tt irftl^'ndant.&&<«£- (dand give judgment against *.V Johnston for willful *iw»l awalicius Prosecution, to jwy the oofck-. To myself jfof taking ■affidavit of if. Johnston -% -•> For issuing warrant £.00 For subpoena for 9 nanjes in 6«bp UO For venire of Juri 1-00 Forswearing Jurors 00 Jior sweiuing 5 witness 1.15 For adjourning 2 tkace Com 1 t I.VO For subpoena Wheeler Ar . Omsted 35 For entering judment.oE Trial 50 Foriseiung ilTiiii; of attachment 1.00 For filing papers on Docket 1.35 Constable Th Haley $10.15 For serving warant to De fendant 1 .09 Mileage {30 M) .6.00 For returia of warrant 1.00 Forauqaorang Juri 1.50 Mileage 4.50 For sumoning witness 5.00 MUeqge 10.40 for 3 Days attendance upon Court 9.00 ■For servicg execution goods 1.00 .Mileage (5) LOO Fitness $50.55 AWhitson jZ QjJayu beside Mileage .5.00 John Brush oo .5.00 W Bull oo -5.00 Tay...

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 February 1895

L.J, Yince:Vl; C: it toti: c.t J : a! £'C.i a; Will: practice in all! (he (Courts- of the itata; in the Davidson liloek. BLL E.y S B L £ €•, WASH ffibiei To L^an an farms. Ej* 1 I 3LLENSBURGH, .. jjKmhara,, wash. EXPRESS g LiYaeare to xiy to oo# and ali'tiiu-t I am rciuH' and billing to do :vll toinds oi .Mods.'tt !uy line iu and arouni towa. ■■£ H- 813RK,. §g ETIcISL O.n DIiETARER *fisTOfttHEß. <lnb Blork. Has a- Xow Full Stock. iV.ll Grades. HAS A FINE' HEARSE. K WAfM) sasSLStt! '*! •'(! cat♦ d fit the toilsrs of ihe WorW> Uv a y«'i:ou Slave." Frass notice*; Eto: "Full at «<>od'»w»er!irf and if a striking present u tt. !i o<!«3det.V—Favl, **'17iP<l with t!wu«ht and ( search * * tvnwst 1 valuable addftloiT-M) our i i* eratuw." -Ohi'jasro Errpres*. t *1 have it'nri it witH a ureat, deal ofpleasure S :id p IX) titi' r —\' IfN ATI Ol>» DoNWKIiLV. -?¥vy dbouiueut."—to'**?* W. [ ifßKirnrsniALn. PRICK _ 25 C. Kor Sale at TH» l?2iwn Officf, ; tilleusbiir?. Wash, j ! r...

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 February 1895

Laws of Mar Death, # 1. The law pattwiff two exceptions on tbe 41RKKX»A„'KS passed Feb. »5, 2. The National Bunk Law, Mar. 2«», 180:?. 3. The Contraction Act. passed March 6t!i, IBW>. I Credit strength cn act, passed on i March 18,18(10. "a. Fund the Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 15*74. 0, Demonetization of silver, passed oh March 12th, 187; i. 7. Him; resumption passed Jan. 14, 1*74. GENERAL NEWS. The last Marshal of Franee, Caunbert, is dead. The strike in the Haverhill shoe factories is still on. Ex-Queen Liloukalani has been arrested for conspiracy in Hawaii. The Treasury Department is«pay ing «f(>00,000 interest this month on the $50,000,000 bomfe issued last fall. A 40 per cent, reduction in the Bellaire, Ohio, nail works on April 1, is cheering news for the workers there. The long over-due French pass enger steamer, La Gascoigue, reach ed New York on the 10th, much to the relief of the passengers and their friends. The National Board of Trade op poses arbitration an...

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 February 1895

T3CB SWlim (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. rHE DAWN PUBLISHING CO, t )i 50 CENTS PER YEAR. Jiluteml a-? 'Jnu. Mutlur at the Kllcn>- atirgii JVist-Uilicc, hitUia* < ountv, AVasb inytoii, Novein'jtr-jtLi, lel»l. I Sati kdav. Ki:ii. I.e.hi, !.*!»•>. C'omj: Mr. Barge, tell u- how a christian can endorse robbery! '•Ail what a tangled web we weave when id -t we practice t<> deceive. Kj;j • tj the people: they are always right, and never deceive. —A. Lincoln. Evkuy republican paper in the Stat: del lie:; or defends railroad and "bank robbery. "W'k fought to free the nigger ' — vi»ie to en-lave our children —we's jjupublican, we is' Tin; American eagle raises its wing* in holy horror at the audaci ty o; the old british Lion. .'i'KKN VicToaiA would not dare veto an act of Parliament. It would cost her the throne. WiiiLb the democrats are taking time to undo(?) the wo.' k of the re publicans, the country is being plunged into everlasting ruination. T:n; Dawn of Ellensburg, Wash., oomes t...

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 February 1895

Oue legislators wi 11 find tlie peo- : |)le ever ready to approve any good deed they may do and condetm say j bad act. The people are looking auxiously for relief from useless ex penditures. There are a great many W ays and places where economy might be practiced. "While we are curtailing expenses, we should not strike at anything that would impair or check the de velopment of our resources. We notice some of the papers are advocating the abolition of the State Boards of Horticulture and j Agriculture. If either of those two ! institutions are too expensive for ! the amount of good they do—and j most people are satisfied they are— j let the law be so amended as to con- | form to the needs of the times. With the Agricultural and Horti- j cultural resources of the State un-! developed as they are, we cannot af~ j ford to dispense with either of said ! Boards. But there is surely one thing, we can dispense'with with out injury to the State, or anybody except a few politicians, and that...

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 February 1895

L. A. Yincent. C.l Wozne i} at Xa l l', Will practice in all tlie Courts of" the State. Office in the J>aviuson J>loek. .ELLEN cbL* :.'G V/A a i I Money To Loan ON FARMS. P. Leoahard, roh ' H BURK T aBXPRESS H I dc.-ire to say to one and all that 1 am read> and willing to do all kind.- of work in .ny ii.u, in and around town. F: L. p. BURK. ~a.~ c. cox" U.NUERTAKt" &EMBAI.MER flub lllorli. Has a Xc\r full Stock All tirades, HAS A- FINE HEARSE. V ■■4V*//S.V / C* ':y f'-jii. Th<>- !•' «tT V7l fl ?fsZ / : Hill, author ' ' Hill's Manual, j 4ir. 'a- whi jh arovornmr-nt may «-wn oiidop*r«it'- Confidence n stored, banks b«v<nie lui; of itfi- v. No more bin!: fr.ilures, nor financial ponic.\ cl' .iiku business r«<»i throwing | eop'.e u'lt ofv irli. J»>ntai.re a glossary, answering hundred* of «|U» stii»n Wjoul moritry. bankir.tr •v. Kvejy v<«t» r •tf.v.K it. Gnat bo*«k for events. Cidtb.77A*ath fiLAH*. postpaid. Address: The Dawn. H-x f574. lvllcnsbuiv.» I'iio...

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 February 1895

Lin of Financial Death. # ), Tie Hiw putting two exceptions on the SRKKNBACKS! passed Feb. 25, '02. 2. The National Bank Law, passed Mar. 25,1^- 3. The Contraction Act, passed March titb, 18W>. 4. CTedit strength en act, passed on March 18, 5. Fund the Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. 0. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 7. Tie rdsiunplion :iaWashed Jan. 14, 1874. Radical Reformers. Some of the most radical reform ers the world ever produced were Jews, speaking of that kind of Jews, the Kentucky Populist says-: Some unknown individual has been looking up the records relative to Jews as agitators, and finds that the first strike on record was led by a Jewish walking delegate named Moses, which took place in Egypt 8,000 years ago. It is suggested as st singular fact that his race has tarnished all the great Socialists. Karl Marx, Lasalle, Krapolkin r and Bankunih were all Jews;, so was Jesus, who was so radical a So eialist that He whipped the Na tional bankers...

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 February 1895

T3GB M¥l. (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. (O) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. [Entered as 2nd. (.'laws Matter at the Kllens- Durgh Post-Ollice, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November ">tb, 18HI.1 Saturday, Fed. 23rd, 1895. With this issue of the paper, I sever all connection with the Dawn and the D\wn Pun. Co. }■>. C. Davidson. Bond. Oitk gold bonds! T"r rlv, this is a bond-age. Boni>9 means liberty strangled. ft fa i) the new advertisements in this issue. What is the real name of the A. P A ? Have you forgot? Xikkrty once lost cannot be re except by the shedding of blnn.7 As a nation, we are dying gradu ily. with a remedy ior the malady in plain view. The unborn generation will pay off our county gold bonds if they are ever paid. History shows that religious strife always preceedes anarchy. Reformers beware of the A. P, A. Have nothing to do with it. When the President's message tv.'is rend in the house, the republi can side, headed by Tom Reed, led off in the cheers and ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 23 February 1895

How Strikes Originate. "Well, gentlemen," said the president of the board of directors, "something must be none at once. Prices are very low and the strictest econemy is needed. Expenses must be cut down." "Suppose," remarked Mr. Blun der, "that we make a general reduc tion in salaries, commencing with ourselves?" "Well, that may do in a general way," said the president, a little stiffly, but as for me, I cannot con sent to any reduction. You know I only get $10,000 a year from this corporation, and it requires nearly half my time. Of course, if you de sire my resignation, it is at your service." "Oh, 1 beg pardon; I'm sure we didn't think of such a thing," said Mr. Blunder, "but perhaps the rest —" "Stuff and nonsense, Blunder," spoke up Mr. Blunt, "you know we only get $5,000 a piece besides our dividends, and how are we going to jet along on any less ?" "Mr. Secretary, how many men are there on the pay roll?" "Fifteen hundred, sir." "What do they average a day?" "About $2, sir." ...

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 February 1895

Ia &. Vincent. £ll"tcr£HetJ U f itaU', Will practice in al! the Courts ot the State. Office in the Davidson. Block. ELLEN So DBG, WASII Money To I<oan ON FARMS. F. Leonhard, TS W Ei BURK'S EXPRESS gj I do- uxj to s;vy to one ;uid all that I am ready and willing to do all kinds of work in my line in and around town. n L. P. DURK. a. o. cox, tI"'.DERTAKI:R & EMBAI.MER Club Block.. Has a. New Full Stcv;k. All trades. HAS A PINE HEARSE. Hu/.^'auThor - of Jr / "Si*' Hill'» Manual. Uvea ylan hy which government may own a nd operate 'Jaaks. Confidence restored, banks l>rG»iii« full oi Mei.oy. No more bank failures, cor financial panic s butunesx and throwing people out of work, .knfcuns a glossary, answering hundred* of question* ib.>v,t money, gold. Bilrer, banking, etc. Every vote;- rants it. Great hook for agents! Cloth,7r»cta. Leather, postpaid. Address: The Dawn. Bo* 674, U'asb. : The Missouri World I'UMli. lu\l weekly at Chillicothe, Mo., at ."»() at* a year, i a goo...

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 March 1895

Laws of Financial Death. L The law putting two exceptions on tbe GRKKNBACKS passed Feb. :'">, '62. i The Rational Bank Law, passed Mar. ft. W» .» The Contraction Act, passed March Utb, IMB. 4. Credit strength ening act, passed | March 18,1869. 5. funding Na tional debt, passed Jul? 14th, 1874. ts Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 187:5. 7. The resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1874. GROVER CLEVELANDS BOND WAGON STUCK. Cleveland sold the gold bonds but he could not deliver the goods. His former law-partner will not finger the Twenty-five millions for negotiating the sale and Grover is a wiser man. . "I don't know when my democracy has been more completely outraged than by the last INSOLENT DEMAND of the GOLDITES that the Government shall issue $500,000,000 in GOLD BONDS and RETIRE the TREASURY NOTES. Ex-Gov. Proctor Knott. What Becomes of It. An English writer says that svery day that the sun rises on the American people it sees an addition of $2,300,000 to the wealth ...

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 March 1895

DAWK. (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. mi DAWN PUBLISHING CO, 50 CENTS PER YEAR. JJ33P*Every person receiving a copy of The Dawn will please consider it an Invitation to subscribe. Only 50c. n year. 'Entered as 2nd. Class Mailer .'.t the BHens- Mirgn rost-O'liee, Kit fit as County, Wash ington, November sth, 1894.1 S atcill >a v. Mar 2ffD, I s!>s. MDg Machine We have a White Fo* Salfi. Mailer, all com plete, new, cost $33, will sell for 112 cash. At the Dawn Office. Hovt many "Amorean" 'Tal acnaK* are there in Ellensburg? Tv« tela it or the Post Office De- Kvrtment this year will exceed $18. BOH OOS. Clkvelands financially policy gas soundly rorjsted in the Senate W-l House Feb. i6th. A'« cording to the Chicago Times, fit least 50,000 people in Chicago «se on the brink of starvation. The Populists in Congress voted solidly against the issue of gold jonds, while nearly half of the democrats and one-third of the re ft-.vhlicans voted for it. So Mi-: one, we know not who, will please accept...

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 March 1895

The Legislature. The following bills have ;passed both Houses aud been approved by the Governor: H. R Kb. 318, by Shively—Pro yiding title to certain school lands jnCbehalis county by John Brady. Approved. 8. B. No. 1, by Brown—Appro priating (NO,OOO for tlie expenses of tbe Fourth Washington State legislature; approved Jan. 25, '<>">. S. B. No. 00, by memorial com mittee—-Declaring Feb. 12, the an niversary 0! the birthday of Abra ham Lincoln, a legal holiday; ap proved Feb. 12, '05. S. B. No. |92, by Range—To au thorize county commissioners to condemn property for public pur poses and levy a tax ito pay for the same; approved Feb. 12, '95. H.B. No. 90, by Scoby- -Amend ing the school law regarding studies and requiring that not less than 10 Minutes each week must be devoted to systematic teaching of kindness to not only our domestic animals bnt to all living creatures; approv ed Feb. 15, '05. H. B. No. 6, by Bush—Appro priating $20,000 for the establish ment and maintenan...

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 March 1895

L. &. VINCENT, £lttorvi»tj ci I£a .., Will practice in all tbe Courts of the State. Office in the Davidson Block. ELLENSBUBO, WASH Money To Loan ON FARMS. P. Leonaard, I BURK'S EXPRESS ' I desire t<> say to one and all that I ani ready and billing to do all kinds of ■rork in mv line in and around town. V; L. P. BURK. A. C. COX. UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER. Vlish 8104 k. Has .. Vrw \:vt\\ Stedt All Grades.. HAS A FINE HEARSE. j ian t>v which government v.ay >wn and operate atnkK. Confidence restored, bank» becomo full «s HQBer. Nomore banis failures, nor financial panic* »-i ting business and throwing people out of work. ' s!i»ain»a*lo»Bary, ar*werintr hundreds of questiona money, gold, silver, banking, etc. Every voter ■suits it. Great book for agents! Cloth,7scts. Leather, ■.00. postpaid. Address: The Dawn. Box 074, Ellensburg, Wash. The Missouri "World PablUb«d. weekly at Chiillcothe, Mo., al 50 tt year, i.->a xotnl papi pfor general n< ws, .s uneompßomislnfrlv...

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 March 1895

His of Financial Death. 1 TV law potting mo exceptions <>i> tie ounnucKß JtMdFeb.A '62. «, The National Bank Law, passed Mar. 2.'.. JB6t. 3. Tte Contraction 4et, passed March Mb, m. 4. Credit strength cninp act, pawed | March IS, 1880. j. Funding Na tional debt, passed July 14th, 1874. 6. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 18tb, is;:i. 7. Tbe resumption! lit, passed Jan. 14,! 1874. 1H CONTMCT. The Most Infamous Bar- gain Ever Made by The United States with The Gold Kings, is The ROTHSCHILDS — MORGAN Contract for the New Issue of Bondsl! We think the most infamous bar gain ever made by the United States with the gold power, is the Kothschilds-Morgan contract for the new issue of bonds. That each may be his own judge, we publish ih» contract in fm.lL Some points: are worthy of nate. The gold is bought by veiyht, not Vy dollars* It is Ibowglbt as a com modity, not as money—there is no roch thing as world money. Half of it must come from Eu rope, which compels our bonds ...

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 March 1895

(O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. PUBLISHING CO, THE DAWN O) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. |3f Every person receiving a copy of The Day. n will please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only 50c. a year. Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at tbe Ellens ourgb Post-Office, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November sth, 1&94.1 Saturday, Mac. 9th, 1895. i Mailing Machine We have a white For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new. cost $33, will sell for $12 cash At the Dawn <>nj< c. Thkhk fire a few, and very few too. who are constantly trying to find typographical errors in our pa ner and enlarge upon them to the fullest extent. Other papers may ■lake much worse blunders and yet nothing is said aboutit,but because of our political faith, they seek to oast reflection and odium on us and our paper. We are always glad to Deceive friendly criticism, face to ibce, but such unprincipled criti cism as they make is passed by with •entempt. They cannot meet our arguments neither can they success fully refute our c...

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 March 1895

IF YOU WANT A NICEc SILVER TEA SET FREE, G-RENNAN & BECKER, GENHKAL NEWS. The 53d Congress died Monday Jfor. 4, at noon. Thank God! Soft coal was sold iv car load lots at ft. 10 per ton in Chicago last week, the lowest price ever reach ed. Jacksonville, Fla., is construct iqg its own electric-light plant without the aid of a private corpo ration. The expenditures for deputy marshals during the Commonweal troubles and the strike aggregated, in tiiis State $60,000. It is reported that H. C. Frick of infamous memory is about to re tire from the active management of the Carnegie Co., at Homestead. I W. Maple, who was elected to the office of county treasurer of King county, has at last been al lowed to qualify and take posses sion of the office. Judge Orosseup has exonerated George M. Pallman for his nou ap pearance in response to subpoena to Certify before the Court iv the Gwwpijjacy case. *he Mo., legislature has memor <*»gress to foreclose the f**ntteutfs mortgage on the Tu fa...

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 March 1895

L. ft. Vincent Will fracti. em all the ourts t-l State. Ofri iv Lii Da\ idson B ek. SLLE':'-;->'S:<.. "'• iH Money To ILoHtii ON FARMS I f BURK'S EXPRESS t desire to ay !•» one and all thai I v.v • rev v and willing to do all kinds of w< rk iv Hi 1 lino in and aroun 1 town* A. C. COX, BNDERTAKIiR & EMBALMEK < Itiii in.):... Has n Km. Full Ftoek. All Grades. H ' FINE KEARSE. *> --w /////»i V<- ... ll Ibn by which (fovernment may own and operate .ark* "onftdenco restored, banks become f.iil ot nor.ey, No more bank failure*, norftnanelal panics, b1 .stag business and throwing people out of work, nfcins a glossary, answering hundreds of questions <;iit money, noi'i. silver, banking, eti . Every voter •.a/its it. Great book for agents! Cloth,7scts. Leatha , H.OU, postpaid. Address: The Dawn, Box 874, F.llensburgj Wash. The :£issot;ri World ?j!i»is>ii«.J Chilllcothe, Mo., at 50 s inlenmprotniftii !'»>| .distil i»nut local '»nr Intended for Ind circulates In ...

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 March 1895

Laws of Financial Death. l The law putting two exceptions on tbe GREENBACKS passed Feb. 26, '»»-'• 2. The National Biiuk Law, passed Mar. i*>, 1863. & The Contraction Act, passed March 6th, HW°. 4. Credit strength- Slliog act, passed j March 18,1880. ii. Fund lilt; Na tional debt, passed July ttthf 1874. v. Demonetization of silver, passed on March 12th, 1873. 7. The resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1*74. DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH IN THE UNITED STATES Rich 9 Per Cent Middle Classs 39 per Cent [Showing the distribution of Population into 'three Classes, the Poor, the Middle Class und the Rich. Poor 3 per Ct. Middle Class Wealth 26 per Bent. Showing the distribution of National Wealth Showing the dirtribution of National Wealth among the three classes of the population, the among the Non-millioiaairesjaiad the Million- Poor, the Middle Class and the Rich. ■ aires. A Difference. Attorney Burleigh, of the Northern Pacific stated before the legislature that his road was doing business...

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 March 1895

(O) PUBLiSHSC Y/EEKLY. THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. 0) 50 CENTS FEB YEAR. JSpKvi ry person receiving :> copy of The Pawn will plesse consider Ft an invitation to subscribe. «inly 50c. a year. [J2nter' <l u> 2nd. < !lass Matter at the Ellens uurffh PoM-OlHce, Kittitas County, Wash* inyton, November i>th, | Bati:kday, Mar. IGth, 1895. A Mailing Machine We have a white For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new. cost #33, will sell i*<>:' $12 cash. At the Dawn Office. We r.».ed the aid and hearty co operation good people. Th>: legislature of this State has mad- a Populist victory in 1896 a ku v thing. Kkkp it before the people that every vole in the legislature against the Helm railroad bill was cast by republicans. Ouk old friend, Lyman Wood, of geatl le, has been chosen as a deputy by county treasure'- Maple of King county An excellent choice. The Klickitat Leader lias sus pended publication. We are sorry to see such brave and fearless pa pers as the Leader stop its good...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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