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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 2 May 1896

|I$ this wbat ails you JIM /1» V ,nR of we, B ht i° Bloating after Yf fvJ \v* eating — Belcb- *■» of Wind -" i t\wr.)/<vs. VoriiitlngofFood I -Watcrbrash— s- Hear ibdra ~Bad Taste id ike Mouth f i* the Morning--Palpitation ef the J Heart, due te Mstension of Stomach \ -Cankered MsUk-Gas ia the Revels f - loss of Flesh—Fickle Appetite— S Depressed, Irritable Condition of the S Mind — Dizziness — Headache —Con- / stipatien or Dlarrhtea? Then you have \ DYSPEPSIA Cln !>ne of IU many form*. Tht »ne positive J cur? far this distressing complaint Is (Acker's Dyspepsia Cablets C b? mail, prepaid, on receipt of 35 cents. \ Chablu Rahsrv, Hotel Imperial, K<*w r York taya: "1 innered horribly from dys y.,v.,.a, f,ut Acker's Tablet*, takou after / vs. have cured me." \ Acker Medicine Co , «6-i8 Chambers St., H. T. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. \ s Pullman Sleeping Cars. Elegant Dining Cars. Tourist Sleeping Cars. (ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, FAR GO. TO ' GRAND PORKS, I CROOKSTON, WINNIPEG...

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 January 1897

Read Our Club Offers j In this issue, Friends, j VOL. 4. NO. 1. VK( >!•' ESS ION At. CAB Hi* ATTONIYI. L, A. Vincent, UrtctMctf iii' Salt*, Will practice in all the Court* of the SHatc. Office in the Davidson Klock. BtLENSBWRC, wash KIRK WHIT-ED, £Ulc; >»»' if «t If Aiu, Will practice in »\\ the eonrti of the utmte. w dn atckb c. was h . Mires k Warner, Qrt*tH»ij» at £a»0, Will praetieo In nil the courts of the #tate. Office in Oettiis lllook. KLLINSBUnO. WA3H. W. J. V.'ELSK, Will preerioe iv tltc suurts of Kodys and Bup?rier court ef Kittitas cwiiuty. HO3tY N, WASH. f. M. LATIMER, a VIKK, LI»H AN l> A(VII>KNT IXSt lIANCB. . Uknt am> coi.ua noN .kiknt. ; Bet>M* W *> i> Mr«Kin»is ISi.ock. j ■LLKaEBCRO, WABHINOTON ; WtV« j:of -ts. : FIRRY DRUG CO., Dealers in drugs, paint*} oils brushes. Physicians pre scriptlone carefully filled. FIN BERG DRUG CO.. We carry a complete assort moot of tint elate drugs. Your patronage solicited. STEVENS & ELWOOD., Prescriptio...

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 January 1897

Tile IDeSa/^VI^L PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS' OP SUBSCRIPTION: Each waeh Two < tents One year, if \ iM in advance Fifty Cent* Enicn-il Nov. Cth, 1804, at tbe poatolfiee, Bllentburir, Kittitas county, Was-bln ;tnn, a« entitled to second-elaa.3 postal rate it. Office soutli -1.1.; of Fourth Mrcot, between l'eari and Mahi streets, rear "f (■••il<ii bloc-k, up RtairH. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Has the republicans jumbo been giving further advii c? Did Dan Tbiery answer Pat Kelan's question the other night? Thkre seems to be si mething very rotten not in Denmark — nearer home than that. '•fcvfcuv }:<>.;; rej übiican in the county rhat'd taking the Dawn ought to stop it at once." Yes. Ii very many ti them should stop your sheet, you would have to suspend publication. Then i: dozen would stop it you would sec prosperity with her head up. THE LOUD POSTAL BILL. This infamous bill that has been recommended for passage by the committee on postoffice, provides virtually for turning over...

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 January 1897

MATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. '1 cannot tell how the truth may be, I tell tbe tale M 'twas told to MM." Additional locale on 4th page. Roy. N. Evans, of North Yakima, was iv town this week. Come out and hear Rev, Marvin to-night at the M. E. Church. Go to Willis' Bazaar forchildrens rocking chairs doll cabs and toys. Prof. Bruton was in the city this wick. lie is one of the teachers in Roslyn. The N. P. Coal Co., have purchas ed the property of Fred Leonhard near Roslyn. Harry Taylor, whose wife eloped last week, came in from Portland Tuesday morning. Remember Elder Walden preach* <>s at the Chris tain Church tomor row at 11 and 7;80 Home made pure and delicious, —taffy, taffy, taffy,-at the Oasis. C. W. Young state Treasurer elect, passed through the city on bis way to Olunpia. Arthur Dammon clerked for O. L. Collins a few days while Fred Wolf way too nick for duly- J. A. Piland and Theodore Coop er, two good Populists of Swauk Prairie, were in town thi...

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 January 1897

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Rips OS Tabntae: M 1 rot Slats. Aoot noon Monday. Fred Becker drove up to Creamery and a-ked Frank Speer, who had I aded h - cans bnt left n;s team standing at the platf >rm, to drive up so that he could load up. Speer a* once be came enraged and commenced to ftbttss Becker and at the siuie time toads for Becker with a rock in each hand, o-.e of which he threw and bit Becker, striking him just be* hind ;he left ear making s small tu* ugly cash. Beeker soon to him »nd .the.- knocking him every way from Sonday, went on about his business and the crowd that had gathered to see the spat dis persed. Pretty good for Monday. Say! Do you like Oyster-co '.- t<nl? .11 the ! J "get Sound r'islt Market ; x ih* p tv tto ;.ct them. WANTED—persons to accept, gra tis, in view of futoreordera: rubber stamps of their own nan c n.ark- Jug clothing, books', etc Write phi inly and end se four r stags stamps t" defray mailing, . ticking, etc. H. P. Mayjtabd of IG Arcade. Cincinna...

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 January 1897

Read Our Club Offers In this issue, Friends. VOL. 4. NO. 2. S >JIII»IO BJLwirn tliu tact* yom-feif. 3 ~ Do your own tliinklnit. * OCCASIONS, 9 _ ~ . yhlch *lye» the S latest facto and ideas In ■octal reform, will hero c after be pnbllshed at only .to els. a year. To lntrn- S dueelt without delay to ninny tlioueand new read- S mn weimdmltho tPRUI BOOK. OFFCRi X MAN OK HOLLAR, WHICH I x nuvrl I 8« pp. 7 MMII n I'OI N, • nutil »Un.t»rii luxik 121 pp X PEOPLE «• tMILII-HI US « «llwr b<>uk HI PU 3 A IIISTOHV Or THE AMERICA. 1 ! T.Hill I' . 1(10 pp | MEW OCCASIONS, »1k bobOu ....SNI pp 3 Total HHtNpp | 1008 PACES MAIL ED FOR SO CENTS. Z Bend no SOr. and we will nend you l>v return mail 5 these Tour books worth 2V. eai-h.nmt will put you mi 2 ourltatrorßVwOatuionnGmontliK, or for SIM. we will 2 send Sew Oeauloa. 1 year and two sets of tho hooku, I ota book*, all different. Two cmt xtamps taken. I MM. H. KM A CO., PUIS., 66 6TH AYE., CHICAOO. lIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI...

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 January 1897

PUBLISHED Y/EEKLY. FOR THF. PEOPLE NOW o.Y EARTH. TSBMS Oh" BUBSCRIPTIOX: fc-u-h week. Two Genu frae year, if i>nul iv kdvance, — Fifty Cents ttttered Nov. Stb, K'4, fit the po-tofllce, EllenxliUiv, county, WMBinglon, ai entitled to *ec »nd-elaM p«<,tui rat*--. OirTi " -r.uth -Me of Fourth ■tr'-d, between Poari rod Main htreefe, rear <>t GeddSi iiloel;, up mjli -. ROBERT A. Tl RNER, EDITI >R. : Principles are eternal. The battle of humanity goes steadily on. Empty stomachs cannot be de pended upon to preserve a nation'n honor. Bay, boys, please step aside one moment ana let the "advance a gent" of "prosperity" pass on. \ The flag and the pulpit are being prostituted to the end of sustaining the plutocrats in their position. Why don't postage stamps fluctuate in value the same as moneydoes? What did you say? Tins country was more properous under an evclusive paper currency than at any other time in it- history. We are now enjoying a ''govern ment of tbe people," by Cle...

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 January 1897

MATCHED, HATCHED AHD DISPATCHED. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. 'I cannot toll how the truth may be, I tell the tale as 'twas told to inc." Additional locals on 4th page. The Commissioners couat has been in session this week. Baled hay for sale in any amount from a bale up. —Enquire at this office. H. W. Eldred and wife of McCal lum, were visiting in town this week. It might be a good idea for the city Council to send out a swelling committee. The new city council adjourned Tuesday night without electing a city Marshal. Rumor has it that Mr. Frost has purchased Dave Kinkade's ranch about 4 miles east of this city. Purdy Flint, of Parker Bottom, Yakima county lost 25,000 trees on account of the severe cold weather ia november. Rev. C A. Saylor, of Yakima, will occupy the pulpit of the Bap tist Church to-morrow at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. It's reported that CouneMmen Hart, Wright and Schnebly took in the prize fight Tuesday night after adjournment of the Council. The city council passed a resolu...

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 January 1897

ADDITIONAL LOCALS.. Tabuteß: at * The show that was to show failed to show. •» Superior ooart convened Monday morning. J. I). Gass, of Seattle, is in the city this week. If. .1. Snively, of Yakima, i« in the city attending court this week. Wonder if the autl orilies have looked after the old house near the depot yet? Rev. R. \V. King i? holding revi val services in Yakima. He says lie will remain there two weeks. Sher'.ff Stinson too!* one of the inmates of the poor house over to the Asylum at medical lake Tues day. Elder Clay Bufr h<»r will" preach at the Christian Church Sunday at Ll a. m. Ev ryb dy invited toat tend. Say! Do you like Oyst'er-ooch" '.ail! At tfiA Page I Sound Fish Market is the placy to get them. \ W ANTED—perrons to accept,.gra tis, in view of future orders: rubber stamps of their own Bams for mark ing clothing, b ;okV, etc. Write plainly and' enclose four j ostage ate. H. P. &AY.VAj;n v of lG.Arcade! Cincinnati, Ohio. Amenta waaitcdj for rubber stamps rub...

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 January 1897

Read Our Club Offers In this issue, Friends. VOL. 4. NO. 3,. Hon. W.J. Bryan's Book AH *ha aia> iatcmutcrf In furthsriiiK tiio «:<!• at Ami. IT. J. Bryum't nrm ituitu J court«(x>u<l •••AQEHTB WAN TED «»• ' Mr. U*j*n liaa in ■owaaaS Mfttauntion- ot dayou'iir; nne.helf of all •MUlte a» fMthariaa tha uau.it of bimcUttlani. tfara ara already indication, of an auormouatitla. mn*m W. B. CONKCV COMPANY, Publithara MMSaltewbora 61...CM1CA6Q PHOt'aWSIOtfAL CAKOS —\TTOM;vs. It, A. Vincent, tlttotltcij At SfvtH), Will practice in »U the Courts of the State. Office in the Davidson Block. ellsn euu RO. WASH KIRJf WHITBXJj tll't'iSntvij »t !?c»tw, I Will pnetloe in »U the counts of the > •Ute. WMtATCHE.tr, WASH, j Mirks £ Warner, at l?Xlt*, Wtll practice- in all tho eoutta of tho state. Office in Gaddis Bl«ek. ELLENSBURG. WASH. ] W. J. WELSH, ytttoi »tc tj. at Sour. Willi pntotrae it> the courts of Roslyn and Superior court of Kittitas comity. RO3LYN, WASH. 0. M. LATIMER., Finn,...

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 January 1897

Dawn PUBLISHED WEEKLY. < fOR THE PEOPLE XOW O.Y EARTH. TKKX9 or SUBSCRIPTION . |l ■teli wi ff. Two Centi 1 Our year, if ;" it In nil vain i..... J- Uty Cents t Entered S«v. &ih, 1894, «l ibe piiotolßee, Bllefintiura, KhMhm iummy, lY'a*»lnxt»n, M MiUtit'd to Mvnd•*]»»« i-.»'ai rata*. Oiflvu aoutb rt»te ol Kourlh »treef, between : J*«-»ri Mid Ma! i »tr*«t*, re«r <:t Ueddia , block, U|i »tali ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. CHAS. it. Cn.Ni: was elected speaker of the house Tuesday. Ot v iigitdative news from Olympia crowded out of this issue, very much to our regret. Lua:..\o i s '.'tj there werelTo 1 coin asercial failures reported in the State of Washington, with liabilities of 12,100.875, and assets amounting to 11,604,315. 'Int. ittrag* wages of coal miners in the Hiking Valley. Ohio, *il- trie: is TWENTY-SEVEN CENTS PER DAY! This is a statement not <>f the calamity howlers- hut of m eommi**k*i composed of Marry Shipley,chairman Cincinnati cham ber of commerce; W. Akcrs, ...

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 January 1897

MATCHED. HATCHED AMD DUTCHES. QE.YEJI.IL LOCAL NEWS. •I eanimt tell how the truth may be, 1 tell the tale as 'iwa« told to me." Additional locals on 4th page. Baled hay for t ale in any amount from a bale np.—Enquire at this ( office. P. G. MeGrath, of Rowland", 8.1 C, is in the city. N. N. Brown, of North Yakima, WM in the city this week. W. J. Reed, the genial proprftor of the Cle-Elnm House, was in the , in the city this week on buisness. E. G. Grindrod, will please ac cept our thanks for a nice lot of; good eating apples. Mr. G. thor- i ohngeley undestandes how to appeal the appetite of the poor enters. Tho Womans Christrian Temper ance Union of Ellensburg, a ill meet with Mrs, R. W. King on Fri day Jan. 22 at 2:3t> p. m. Every one cordially invited. Ella Emerson, Cor. See. That staunch old Pop. J. F. Lc- Clerc. kindley remembered The Dawk, with a nice lot of apples this week. You see Mr. L. is an old ty po'and understands bow to please the printers and make the editors eyes ...

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 January 1897

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. -■ n ■ ■ The weed haulers arc hwuing in a nice lot ol wood now. Thk D.w. n has turned (»ul a Lol of nice job work this woek All the uew officers look their places Monday except Treasurer ! Fluniincrfelr.. W K. Patterson, of Mewert, i flown thin week attending court. He i- a witness in the Johnson case. We have adde'l several new face* of job type to our office the past month. Remember this wneu you w;in i work. WANTED- i eison? to accept, gra tis, in view oi future orders: rubber ■tamps of their own name for mark ing clothing, books, el • \» ni plainly and cneloue fuiir postage Stamps to defray mailing, packing, trie. 11. I". M \v.n m:o. of X! Arcade. Cincinnati, Ohio. Agents wanted fur rubber tamps, i obi er type, pads daiers, white fetter signs, •'B*.ft I«.-i Kbrtricity," for catarrh and pawi, slvetrb* I ehs, etc Write for agents" iero;.-. ]an $ BURR'S EXPRESS & -1 desire tn say t«>«»»" and all dial I am neurit and willing i" riu till kinds "t work in my ...

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 January 1897

Read Our Club Offers In this issue, Friends. VOL. 4. NO. 4. Amount That May be Saved Bfer Year by Government Ownership of Railroads. By iibolisliin<r f>!M) president*, with their itofl«,(ooe would dols 25,000,000 Abolishing the high priced managers and their staffs. 4,lH)o,(ioti Abolishing attorneys and legal expenses, 12,000,*t0t) Abolishing merely competitive offices, .solicitors, etc., 12,000,000 Abolishing ."> 7 •>! the advertising account, which i* incurred for competitive purpose*. 5,000,000 Abolish! ar traffic sssnolgttnns, which arc employed to adjust maltcrs between competing rdl. 4,000.000 Exclusive use of short routes, 25,000,000 Consolidation oi working de pots, offices and starts, 20,000,000 t'nif irinily of rails, airs, ma chinery, etc., cheapening their manufacture,, avoiding freight blockades, return of "■e-wpties" belonging to other mink*, clerk age tokeepaeei. of ears ami ad lust divisions of earnings »- mong the roads; hv making simple easily understoo...

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 January 1897

PUBLISHED WEIIItLY. won Tin: people .row rX V EARTH. TKM MS OF (rtril L'UIPTION; Kiel) vv. i l, Two (.'eiils One year, if Jiuld Insuvanct* Ktt'ly Cent* festered Nov. Sib, IBWI, id Ibe pimtoftlac, Klleuaburir, Kttiiia* eoteiiy, Wa»blnjfton, | as untitled to Nccoml-ebtMi i»i>tal rates. Uftb-r Honth t»tr|« "f Kuurtb iilreet, between Pearl and Main >iref«.-, ri'ar of Oeddit i block, up Kialin. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR. Rkj i j>f ation is mt.re honorable than extortion. Now let us uce bow fast the trusts are "busted. 1 ' Oca civilization is only refined aud gilded barbarism. This civilisation of the world it in the throes of a new birth. , i Go right on with the work of ed- . Bcation; it is now well begun. Dkut is one form of slavery ---"tbe borrower is servant to tbe lender.'' Washington is redeemed. The republican barnacles have pried loose. The new -tate administration went into power Monday. Thing arc popping. The men who denounced the Dred Scott decision were pronounc ed an...

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 January 1897

MATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. v * *I cannot tell how tin- truth rnav be, f tell tbe talc at* 'twas- told to air." Poor ignorant(?) Missourane. Additional locals on 4th page. A nice t&ow Wednesday night' Rev. R. W. King left for Spo kane ftSuaday night. The Frawley Co., played to a good house Wednesday evening. There will be oo preaching at 4he Baptist church tomorrow. Baled hay for sale in any amount from a bale up.—Enquire at this •office. H. T. Rwsesiburg of Seattle, late of Blewitt, died Thuesday Jan. 21, .at his home in Seattle. Tbe old miners and prospectors ♦report less snow in the "mountains .at this season Ihe year than for ! many years. Miss Winehell, of Yakima, is transcribing the testimony in the! testimony in the case of the state ' vs.Hhoe. .1m ha son. Mrs. T. J. Newland left Tuesday morning for California, in which etate she will visit relatives and friends for several months. Duputy Sheriff Palmer went to •Spokane Thursday after Jennings, 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. — 23 January 1897

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Sheriff Stinson was laid uy for repaint (he forepart of the wee!. - . The Xew Year edition of tiie West Coast Trade of Tacoma was dandy and Mr. Strrnitr is entitled to great credit in getting out such valuable and interesting edition of hi- useful journal. (>LD PEOPLE. old people who eeuuire medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys till find the true remedy in Elec *i ie Hitter-.. This medicine does not stimulate and contains n<> whiskey or other intoxicant, but -icts. AS a tonic end alterative. 1' tcts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone ;o the organs, thereby aiding \*ature in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids diges tion. Old people find it exactly What they neea. Price fifty cents and 11.00 a bottle, at Persy Drug go. DON'T READ THTS. Subscribers of country papers oft en allow their subscription te be some delinquent though careless ness and yet feel insulted if their ...

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 January 1897

Read Our Club Offers In this issue, Friends. VOL. 4- NO. 5. Amount That Kay be Saved Ever Year by Government Ownership of Railroads* By abohVhing ft!*) president*, wkh their Btaffn,(one would dofcp 26,000,000 Abolishing; the high priced niansgeys and their Htafls. 4,000,000 Abolishing attorneys and legal expenses, 12,000,00* Abolishing merely eon^pctUlve offices, solicitor*, etc.. 12,000,000 AbolUbing 3>7 of tlve ad vertisi n»f account, which* is iii«»rrcd> for competitive purposes i%U00,000 Aboiinhl.'ig trutSia uK*»ehttion», which are employed to adjust matters between competing rds. 4,000,000 Exuluklvc use of short routes, 25,000,000 Consolidation of working; de pots, otSces and staus, 20,000,000 Uniformity of rails, e:irn, ma» ehiucry, etc., cheapening their manufsc'.urc, avoiding freight bloekndcs, return of "empties" belonging to other roads, clerk age to keep accl. of cars and ad- Just divisions of earnings a mong the road*; by making; tlmple ea*Hy understood tariff. Sav...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 30 January 1897

. fUBHSHED Y/EEKLY. roil THJS PEOPLM XQW -AY earth. W..M* O" Br/BSCntI'TIOM. ir,j«h wet '-, .. Two Cents Cm yosr, if in f.ttvr.in:s,.... Fifty Contl Intend Nov. 6th, 131)1, r.t ll>c poslorflco, ■HMi#b.irjr, Kinit*.-> county, Washington, m cniitU). to H*)o4ntl*olnu postal nttes. #0M ■mutlH -hie i.f Foarth itrect, between 2*«j»rl fend Main ktracts, res* oJ Qouillb fc.oek, I'D alalri, ROBERT A. tURNER, EDITOR. liad UcKlnler stud; to silver ho would hs * happier m:»t>. today. I) is now in ordor to raise tho black frag of iwjchy oyM Yale oolleg.'. If ths banks were allowed to coin the sil\*c- they would content toj free coinage. The honest man fears the tfago of the common people. They do uot bo eome enraged except r.t dishonesty, ■as-- am 5 We are glad to s»« silver men organized, but the next issue will be tho money questions ami a few others. i (.-treat industries are the resnit of the intelligence ami enterpriee of the many, and the profits should bo equitably dlctributed, 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. — 30 January 1897

MATCHED, HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. : —— ! GENERAL LOCAL .YEWS. # '1 cannot tell how the truth may be, I tell Vbe tale t»s 'iwas told to me." Poor ignorant(?) Missourans. Additional locals on 4th page. C. I. Helm left for Olympia yes terday. Twas 6 helow zero Tuesdiiv morning. W. T. Brashear is laid up for re pairs this week. Try The Dawn and tbe Seattle Weekly Times for #1. j The passenger train going west; was 12 hours late Wednesday. WANTRDt—IOO conhof wooil. Enquire o W. liornbevk. Ueclttls block. D. M. Latimer was sworn in os; office deputy under Sheriff Stinson Monday. The jury in the case of Washing ton vs Levi Delany, brought in a verdict of acquitai. ' Come to the Midwinter Picnic to be held at the Presbyteran Church Saturday evening Jan. 30th. Ad mission 15 cents. Wanted—A good small safe, Mos lo? or McNeil & Urban. Muot be cheap for cash. Apply at ¥, A. Home's Jewelry store. The Fllensburg women's Christ ian Union, will meet at Mrs. Lar son's Home, near the public School...

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