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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 May 1895

NEWS FROM All SECTION'S. QEA 'ERd L L OC\ 1L XE ?I >S'. "I cannot Tell how the truth mav foe, 1 teli the tnle a* 'iwas told to me." Pine shower on Monday. liiuny and cool this week. Crops of all kinds look well. Corr-t convenes again on Monday 1 Worniug. The President has retired Admi ral Meade, 0. E. Stevens made lis a eal! on I Saturday last. The fine local showers are of eon- j siderable benefit. Chicago Socialists held a big May Day celebration. Lumber is legal tender—good as gold—at Chelan. Six new Populist papers were started last week. C. I. Hehn left Wednesday for the Sound country. Mrs. \V. B. Phelps has been on the sick list this week. Tiirney was inaugurated gover nor of Tennessee, May Bth. Kentucky Populists hold their state convention next week. The annual school election will be held on Monday, .Tune 10. Good sleighing was report'd at Negaunee, Mich., on last Sunday. The farmers are complaining of the squirrels destroying their grain. A. (>. Wishard sold a couple...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 May 1895

1,111 c. T. v. is xvi i, sho ,. t , y open up a first clavs :«>»ding room and lunch counter in this citv. I eter MeCallum, "the prince of good fellows" of MeCallum L\ (>.. was in town Tuesday. The residence of M. G. Wills, of North \ akima, was burned down lns( Sunday. Loss. $I,N<)O. Olarance C. steel was shot and seriously wounded at N. Yakima, ' on Saturday, by C. r H„n )eil< I lie price of wheat is gradually I Koingup. Why no( f It is all out of Hie producers hand, and is held by speculators. l'lsere is talk of starting a silver pa] rin this city. That's a good way : arting with the silver but a hard way of getting it . Senator C. T. Helm will pleas<- accept our thanks for a copy of the Legislative Manual for IS;]t is a valuable little book. K. T. Wilson, rep.; Will t\ Jon kins, pop.; and H. .J. dem.: are members of t he IV mebib iie party executive committee. The Supreme Court has decided the *acome tax law to be unconsti tn.tionai. Supreme .fustice Fuller lead th...

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

Superior CJQurt. tgular Sessions of Court, Ist Monday in i«, Mar., May, Sept., and Nov. Carroll Graves, -fudge; Martin Cameron, Clerk; i M. Stinson, Sheriff. Commissioners Court, Regular Sessions, Ist Monday in Jan. April, July and Oct. A'ex Pitcher, Chairman; J. P. Brown and J. C. Goodwin. J. M. Haird, Clerk. We will send YOU f&r THE DAWN THREE MONTHS FOR TEN CENTS!!! TXS SAWN. (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWN PUBUSHIN6 CO. (O) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. J3TE very person receiving a copy of The Dawn will please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only 60c. a year. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Ellens- Durgb Post-Office, Kittitas Countv, Wash ington, November sth, 1804. J Eixensbtjkg, June 1, 1895. "Remember this my toilinsr brother, One dollar Can't create another. No matter who they are who take it, All wealth belongs to those who make it." A Mailing Machine We have a White For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new, cost $38, will sell for 112 cash. At the Dawn Office. SPECIAL NOT...

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

cause we had not signed a "death- Warrant" with the ready print es tablishment. As there are a num ber of print houses in the country, W6 opened correspondence and ex io know the result in a few days. Until such time as we can get a living rate, we shall continue to is sue a half sheet. We have some rights that we do not propose to surrender, even to a soulless cor poration, and if our readers will be patient with us, we shall sooii be able to bring the I)awn out full size. tatty Tough, If you want to know where the following utterance came from, refer to us for proof that it the Boston Courier—which Certainly never has been, is not iibw and never will be a Populist j>aper^ "A* well might a blacksmith at tempt to mend a watch, as a farmer to legislate. What mischief is sure to be enacted, when a man, born to •hothing but the plow tail, takSs to 'egislating." ifi Old It seems that it is an bid custom of English bankers to ielid "circular?!" tc their American Constituents. In a cop...

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

NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. GE.YERAL LOCAL NEWS. "I cannot tell how the truth mav be, t tell the trtle as 'twas told to mc." Have you read the advertisement Of "Breakers Ahead?" If not, read it at once and then send for a copy. The new engine bouse is attout finished. About 4000 pounds of milk is sold daily at thecheese factory. The city council has re tired the liquor license to $750 a year. The Washington State F. A. & T. U. will meet in Seattle on June sth. Rex. S. D. Belt will stay with the Congre gational church another year. The lowa Populist State convention meet in Des Moines, June 11th. There are 29,615 subordinate Granges in the United States. A. J. Rader, a good Populist of Kittitas, was Land shaking on our streets Wednesday. The west bound passenger train was four hours late Wednesday morning. Secretary of State, Walter Q. Gresbam, died Mav 27, at 1:15 o'clock. He knew he was dying, and tried to comfort, the mourn ers. Peace to his ashes. The Union Memmorial Services at ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 1 June 1895

" Gucii a iiiHU will near it sui turtle us a pleasant eall Wednesday. Money talks in thunder tones at the Boss Baken/ where then sell BI'K.ID as CHE. IP as ever, notwithstand ing the advance in /four. Mr. K. P. Edgington's daughter, of Florence, Colo., arrived in the city on Tuesday, Born: On Wednesday, May ii!>, to Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Tate, a boy and a girl. The girl was buried on Thursday. I III'- IK4 H A—lh:rr iiion(lis lor TEN CENTS. COXEY IS ALL KIGHT, We are glad to see that Coxey is hot infaVor of the bimetallic party. We could not see for the life of us why he should want the Populist party to disband and join the silver party, as was reported in the asso ciated press dispatches, and that Is what caused us to say recently that we had no confidece in his hone>ry as a reformer. Now, that he has spoken squarely and to the point on that jssiie, we want to say utiy" credence *wliafrrei r to siidi 're ports as ewiuate from the associa ted press, and hasten to correct the fal...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 June 1895

Supeyiu* Court- Regular sessions of court, I*l Monday in •lan., Mar., May, anil Nov. Carroll R. Craves. indue; Martin Cameron, (.'lor 1 ;; \V. M. Sfinson; Sheriff. Commissioners Court. Secular Set's ions, Ist Monday ia Jan. April, »?;ilv and Oct. Alex. Pitcher, Chairman; 1. F. Brown and J. C. Goodwin. .1. M. liaird, Clerk. \n: if//./, sum) - THE DAWN THREE MOXTlfs EOIi TEX ('EXTSU! "s^jCdis —< * PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWN PUBLISHING CO. ((>) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. jt3T*Every person receiving a copy of Tub DaWX will please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only otic.; year. [Entered as I'lid. Class Matter at the Kllens mtrgh Post-Office, Kittit-is Count v, Wash ington, November .">th, 1S!?4.1 EiLENsiU Kf;, JrxK S. I«s9.'». "Hemember this my toilimr brother, One dollar Can't create another. No matter woo they are who take it, All wealth belongs to those who make i!." A Mailing Machine We have a white For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new, cost #88, will sell for $12 cash. At...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 June 1895

We are trying to make a Popu list paper for the benefit of the party, and us a false impression lms iteen created as to our position oil certain question, we desire that you report your grievance to us —not to others, and when that is done, we stand ready to make our fide of the question satisfactory. \\ e want your support and influ ence and you need the paper. ./ I MtO.YG IDE. J. Tiikhk are a few people in town who seem to take delight in throw ing into our face certain things thitt was said in the Dawn about the A, J\ A. some months ago. Tacitly, of course, we had to fath er everything liu'.t appeared in the I)AW> hp original matter, whiie as a matter of fact, many things were snid for which we are not responsi ble. Our burden* are enough, with out having t«» hear tliose of others. We are perfectly willing to an swer for our own writings, but not for others. Some tilings that j Were said, were said by request ot j A. I'. A. men IVut to make a lonerj story short, ami slop file ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 June 1895

jvjpWS MJGM ALL SECTIONS. - r > K- VK. B>. i L L UL\ it. *"E Tf *S. ,'i ca;:not toll Low the trutii may be, { tf'.l tr.lo :'.j> 'iwas ioki to rac." Have you read the advevtiseineut "Breakers Aheadf If not, read it at once and then send lor a poj>y. Mrs. O. Stevenson will leave in (qw days for a summer's visit with {lCi* mother at Omaha, Neb. Vote for good men to fill the of Jlee of scljool director and clerk. Mr. M. Linder ofEllensburgh is visiting with his sister Mrs. Jerry pattenaude.—Waterville Index. Miss, Pell Gleede, of Eatches, is visiting Mr. R. P. Edgiugton's iolks this week Mrs. O. D. Fisher leturued to batches the latter part of last week. It is reported that Cleveland has concluded to appoint Attorney General Olney to take Greshams plact If you want to buy iruit trees, iiull at the Dawn office. Rev. Kelt, in bis memorial ser mon, referred to some of the moral and social battles that demand the thought and action of the present generation. That is right. Never...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 June 1895

...We Poured a sample of : aiwiCiT man Vili near it sum ; some day "Inasmuch a* ye did it j unto the least of these my brethren I ye did unto me.' 7 * < SOMETHING OF INTEREST ABOUT TEA. I am introducing in Ellens burg, a superior quality of Ceylon Tea, which I wish to call your attention to. It is a brand of the pure tea grown in the Assam Valley and Dar jeeling in India and Kandy and lucorrin in Cej'lon, This tea comes direct fron* the plantation to the consu mers. It is grown and pack ed bj' white men. The onl}' process it undergoes is drying and rolling on steel tables. It is much stronger than Chi na and Japan tea and requires only about one-half the quant ity, which brings the cost down to what you pay for a good article of Cliina or Japan tea, but for a cup quality and flavor these teas do not com pare with my Ceylon. In making tea, if you desire the best result, first have your tea pot well warmed. Then when your water comes to a boiling point, it over the tea and allow it...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 June 1895

Uaurt. session? i-r o«urt, J»t Monday in £*n.. Mar-j Mav, He pi , and N<>v. Carroll £. iiraves, Judge; Martin Cameron, Clerk; V- 34- Stin«on, Sheriff. Commissiouttr* Court. Regular Sessions, Ist Monday tn Jan. April, J;ilv and Oct. Alex Pitcher, (Chairman; J. ~f. Br<»wp Htui J. C. Goodwin, J. M. Itnird, il't; WILL SEND --m YOI -*STr THE DAWN THREE MONTHS FOR TEN CENTS!!! TJCISS —9&1BHIIL PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWK PUBLISHING 88. (in " 50 CENTS PER YEAR. £ : Jf*Every person receiving a copy of The Pawn will please consider it an invitation *o subscribe. Only fiOe. a year. (Entered as -.'mi. Class Matter at the Ellens imrfrh Post-Otiice, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November 3th, 1804-1 ELLEXSBUBU, June 15, 1895. 4! Remember ihis my toilinir brother, One dollar Can't create another. No matter wtto they are who take it. All wealth Leloaga to those who make it." A Mailing Machine We have a White For Sale. Mailer, all com plete, new, cost $33, will sell for §12 cash, At the...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 June 1895

ty, aTtiie Dawn office, July o, at 1:30 sharp. It is necessa ry that all members of the committee be present. All Populists are requested to at tend. S. W, GREENE, Chm. Co.. Ceja. Com. Attend the meeting July Gth. Would it not be a good idea to settle up the campaign bills 9 Capital can furnish soup-houses at a smaller expense than it can maintain standing armies to quell hungry mobs. More soup! If we don't close up tlie ranks, fall in line and get a hustle on us. the gold bugs will soon land us all in jail as they Debs. The government can build three Pacific railroads for what the Un ion and Central Pacific companies owe it. Why not build 'em? Mb. Gkeene desires us to say that the object of the committee meeting 011 July 6, is to till all va cancies in the county central com mittee, make arrangements for a county central Populist club, ar range for a thorough organization of the party in each precinct and also to transact any other business that may come before the meeting. He says...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 June 1895

VUVVS W'M AU SECTIONS a/f.vr/r. / a a/ a .\7: if s. »'f .cauno* toll how the truth Hiav V»o, t, toll the u>; 'lwas told to me." Have, yon road Use advertisement i>f"Breakers if not. read it at once and then send for a copy. C. 11. Stewart now has money on to i«mke farm loans. Do you use cayds* Then call and examine our stock ami prices. Subscribe for the Pawn —only 50 cents a year, or M months for 10c. Mrs. Win. VonXeida has been quite sick this week. Walter J. Reed of Cle Eluin, was in the city Saturday. Uncle .Terry I-anion made us a pleasant call Tuesday. lusurauce agents have pretty thoroughly canvassed our city. Stafw Auditor Grimes, was in the city this week. A few cases of scarlet fever is re ported in town. J, C. Hubbel went to the Sound on business last week. Chicken pox is reported in one or two families in this city. Strawberries are plentiful in the market now at 10c per quart. Sheriff Stinson went to Eoslyn Monday and returned Tuesday. Rehnike Bros., received a go...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 June 1895

...We procured a sample of the cheese manufactured by the Cheese Factory of this city, and we tliiuk it a No. 1 cheese. J. P. Flynn l»as his large and ouimodious house in Sunnyside under headway. AY hen completed, it will be the largest and tinest residence in the addition. Plant fruit trees on every availa ble piece of ground you have. A big orchard can be set very cheap. Trees are cheap, but fruit, when we have it to buy, comes high but it liuds a ready sale and always will. If you want fruit trees of any age. size or variety, call at the Dawn cilice. We are taking or ders for the Jewett Nurseries of Klickitat county. Kev. S. M. Booth will hold com munion services at the M. E. church next Sunday morning. In the eve ning, the Sabbath school will hold Child reus' Day services, A speci ally prepared programme ' The Golden Gate" will be rendered. Rev. \V. A. Shankliu, D. I)., pastor of the First M. E. Church at Seattle, preached the Baccalau reate sermon at the Normal flail Sunday. Mr...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 29 June 1895

TUB 3>&W3£. (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. THE DAWN PIIBLISHINB CO. tO) —: " 50 CENTS PER YEAR. JSP'Every person receiving a copy of The Pawn will please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only 50c. a year. [Entered as 2nd. Class Mailer at the Ellens ourgh Post-Offlce, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November sth, 1504.1 Eixensburg, June 2ft, 1895. "Remember this my toilinsr brother, One dollar can't create another. No matter who they are who take it, All wealth belongs to those who make it." Attend the meeting July 6th, Would it not be a good idea to settle lip the campaign bills? Wf have received Irom R. A. Southworth, 429 Charles Building, Denver, Colo., a Labor Chart that is invaluable to every Populist edi tor and speaker. It is printed on muslin and sells for 50c. He also has a card board copy for 25c. The Dawn is small and to many »eems a insignificant affair, but we are greatly encouraged to have so jnany of our good staunch citizens call and express their regret of our sic...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 29 June 1895

down of the sun on election day, there was nothing but a fret and a stew in the Populist camps of this state. We hope the party will nev er pass through another such cam paign. There was some lessons learned by the political blather skites and shysters in that cam paign that will not soon be forgot ten, ami we believe it will be a long time before some of them will be so anxious to force their ideas on the party of this state. Fiike and unlimited coinage will at best give us only temporary re lief. .So long as we use a metallic currency in this country just so !o.- will we be divided into two ciasses—the extreme rich and the extreme poor. The People's party demand the free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver at the ratio of it> to 1, but individually, we shall rejoice to see the day when both metals are relegated and no longer used as money. Metallic money is only a relic of barbarism and the sooner this nation rejects their use as a circulating medium the better. Lkt every ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 July 1895

las •( Financial DM. 1. The law putting two Mjcppfions on 1 the GREENBACKS pawed Feb. i 6, '62. 1 The National Bunk Law. passed Mar 25v tSti). 3. The Contraction Act. puss* si March »b, \m. f Credit f»freti«th pnl»ir act, i':i»*»>t! larch X, 18b1>. 5. Funding Na tiooal deb', parsed July Hlb, 1874. 6. Demonetization of stiver,. pa»s*-d on March 12ih, 18 ;3. 7. The resumption act, passed Jan. 14, 1»74. THIRTY YEARS CONFLICT, The Dictation of 1850 Repeated in 1880! BY COL. JESSE HARPER. History Repeating Its "If-The Compromise with Slavery Mad,' Capita} Supreme—Tlie 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 the line of confirmation, we quote a secret correspondence to a New York paper, and the editorial on it: SILVER 6URRENCY IN FRANCE. An Allege! Combination of CapitaHtts to Enrich Themselves at the Expense of The People Through the Demonetization of Silver. The ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 July 1895

T3CB DAWN. (O) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. (0) 50 CENTS PER YEAR. (J3f Every person receiving a copy of Tiik Dawk wHi please consider it an invitation to subscribe. Only SOc. a year. [Entered as 2nd. Class Matter at the Ellens* nurgh Post-Office, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November sth, 1894.1 Bllensburg, July *>. 1895. "Remember mi* my toilintr brother, One dollar can't create another. No matter who they are who take It. Alt wealth i>< longs to those who make it.' It is class lavs, not the rights of wen under the din's thai we fight. A n kno the meeting July 6th. Mich matter prepared for this issue was crowded out. We have no apology to offer for returning to our former si;;c\ Don't forget your obligation or neglect your duty toward DAWN. .M ake the meeting today memor able for its size and enthusiasm. Good sound judgement is worth i.s much sonic times as backbone. We desire to call the attention of the republican press of this city and :he state at large to the letter in this is...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 July 1895

Our Forum. The editor of the Dawn is not responsible for any article or any sentiment expressed by our correspondents under this heading. THE TAYLOR AGREEMENT. Absconding State Treasurer Is to Surrender And Take a Sentence of two Years. Omaha, Neb., June 14—A special to the Bee from Sioux Fall, S. D., says that an a greement has been reached between the friends of absconding Treasurer Taylor and Attorney General Crawford, whereby Taylor will return at once. The agreement is that Taylor will return to Pierre on Tuesday next and surrender. He will pay over all the money he has on hand, amounting to $45,000 and also person al property, which is to be assessed at a lib eral valuation. Taylor will then plead guil ty and Judge Gaffy has agreed to call a special term of court and sentence him to the penitentiary for two years. It is furthet agreed that before the expiration of his sen tence, the Governor will pardon him out, and thus save bis citizenship. This item is taken from the St. Lo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 6 July 1895

NEWS FROM AL' SECTIONS. GENERAL LOCAL MEWS. * "I cauiuit tell how the truth may oe, I tell the tale a* 'twa* tohl to me." Hot! Hotter* The liotest! Is it hot enough? Mount Baker is spitting fire. Everybody seems to enjoy ;i oooi shade, Alfalfa cutting is the order of the day. A fire on Sunday und another on Monday. J. F. LeCTerc was in the city ou Tuesday. C. J. Tennaut made us a call on Tuesday, A fat-man's nine has been organ ized in this city. Sani Pressey of Cle El uin, was in town Saturday. Remember the meetiug Saturday at 1:30 p. m. sharp! C. H. Stewart now hm money <>v hand to make farm loans. The west-bound passenger train was ten hours late Monday. Do you use cards? Then call and examine our stock and prices. The democratic parly of Kittitas county is without a newspaper. Subscribe for the Dawk —only .50 a year, or 3 months for lOe. 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 fittin...

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