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Prdfits of Bands.
it t0 j|oo there liafl been sold the JoKok-
Jits of bonds-, payable it lawful money
!?. Bonds. CostlniGold.
TeW- t ,£flß2 450 *
is® $ iS£So
18® ggi 097 250 J.89,0117i5>6
2 S«s;iw 2»-:-m,«K)
ffi 421,409,550 -303,215,300
.Premium paid on bonds
Set pin on purchase 731
Interest Jto date > s^ r , 2fe,o4t
Total profits $3»2 « 4,705,565
We call your attention to .the
letter ofP.H. W. Hoss.
The Dawn proposes to keep up
Iheifcinning of two-ilqgged skunks.
Taxation without representation
36 tyranny. 'Give us equal suf
The Ellenstrarg W. C. T. TJ. will
give their third medal contest in
the M. E. church Monday evening,
Jan. 14th, 1895. Excellent speak
ers have been secured to contest
for the medal. Good music will be
furnished under the auspices of
Mrs. BHaßmerson. A cordial in
vitatioa is extended to all to come
<and and bring your friends.
Again we are led to ask
if file comity central commit
tee ever intend to meet and
settle up tshcrrr bills. We hold
accounts against parties that
the old committee of 1892
turned aver to us te the tune
of several doTlars that remain
unpaid. Its all bosh to talk
about waiting always to settle
®p such bills. We need wThat
is due us, and must have it.
It was understood that all
was cash jobs. Norton
can make all the excuses he
to, but excuses are not
e gal tenders. We dislike to
talk so plain, but duty de
We have been reliably in
formed that the committee do
®ot intend paying our bill.
Jf this matter it not settled
*tan early date, we propose
t° place the bills in the hands
at torcey for collection.
JYlonthly Conditions of the Weather for
the Year 1894, as taken at Sunny side
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: February 60'14'36.04 SI 815 8. E
March 6 j .96 78'20|42.2213; 99| N.W -
i April j .52 8222 47.2819 7>-'A\ N.W
May ! .50 9432 58.2517, 7 7 N.W ;
June I .75 92 74 63.1311512 i3j N.'W ;<
July I .076 75.19 25 6 06 N.W
Auguat ' .0100 72 77.03 28 328 7 "W.W
i .-Sept. j .0 9068 59.02 9 714 4 N.W
' October 1.02 78 20'42.0210 1"201 S&E ■
* -Nov, 4 1.75 :60|26 43.0014 31311 N. E
December. 12 i .76 40 1|&U917) E
R. P. EDGING TON, V. 0.
All of the students have returned
and report having had a good time
Four new students enrolled since
vacation, Mt. Powell of Cowlitz
couufcy, Miss. Casie Young of Yaki
ma county; Miss, 'Cora Havens and
Miss. Katie Murray of Kittitas
"We now have 104 students in the
regular Normal Course, exclusive
of those in special Music and Elo
l£ev. Ware addressed the students
Pr&icipal Getz addressed the
Idaho has 114 sawmHis.
Morrtana has 70 sawmills.
Thxr**e are sawmills in Ore.
Silver Medal Contest Jan. 14th.
There are 456 s&wtnii!s in Wash.
Washington lias 212shing"le mills;
Oregon 2»>; Idaho B,''Montana h.
Last .-year's militia •eacampnient
cost the State of Washington $55,
315 f t' <E«K'ampments corned high,
but it seems we must endure 'em.
KLLKNSIU'IH* liftnftf.. No. 5.1 I. C. G. T.
meets at 0!. A. K. llaH every Sat. evening.
S. «>. Salladay, W. A. StijinM an»
0« T. 6HC»
W. "C. T. V. ir.eots on *.st »V
--3rd Sittiii'riKi s in each month at Christian
chim*. at 5 »'• ««• Al! are cordially
to srtt<#f+ 'itoerracwlwrs or t'ot-
"I cannot tell how the truth may be,
I tell the tale.as 'twas told to mc."
Try aii 'ad' in the Dawn.
Ellensburg lias a cigar factory.
C. H. Stewart now ha* money ou
hand to nwiko form loons.
W. W. "Stone left for Yakima
•He gruntetli but speaketh net to
us. Who cares? —we don't-
Yakiraa county has an indebted
ness of $93,585,12.
Money on hand for farm loans. C.
H. Sto wait, No. 58 Gcddis Block.
There are'l49 men and 64 women
in the Asylum at Medical Lake.
If you don't get the Dawn, you
don't get the news.
When the republican party gives
us fi coinage Satan will be
an angel in Heaven.
Waktrb- -At this office. Wood,
hay, grain ami fruit ou subscrip
tions to Dawn.
We don't hear any complaint
from the bankers about hard times.
Our panic, is their picnic,
Mince pic*, 'like your (Irkndjather
used to make tor only hearty cents, at
*he BOSS BAKERY.
There is an extremely small ficcTt
et tfois ter-m of court—only four
cases to try.
The finest Toffees arc (frown in
Java and Arabiiv ~-B OSS 0N 0
hi ends these coffees \o :perfection.
Boss Bakery team took quite
a spin around town without a dri
i ver one'day this week.
■ Look o*©j m okt list of reform lit
erature and favor Us with your or
w>: W-V •(.-tlfluUg'
Ever vthi&g quiet.
;The-carts are fine,
Sleighing was never better.
The ice harvest is in full blast.
Scan our advertising columns,
.carefully and see who patronize us„
Our friends are your friends, treat
Hon. C. I. Helm* arid.wife left for
J3T Every person receiving- a copy of Tfik
Dawn will please consider it are I«r. itation.
to subscribe. Only 50c.t. yer.r.
Arc you making mince meal ? If
so, you will need absolutely pure ap
ple eider. BOSSONG has it!
•Several parties jfrcm the np;>er
country were [down this week,
among t-iiemwaw that'old democrat'
ic war horse, Geo. VS. Sexton,
Have you read the advertisement
of ''Breakers Ahead?" If not, read
it at once and then send for a copy.
Hon. \John Catlin left Thursday
for Clympia to attend the session of
We ara living in an age of prog
ress—Glass washboards arc the latest
—try one. sold by F. BOSSONG.
T-rv Tiif Da wn a year, -">() cents.
' - - - ■■ - r ..~ n - j- -- hita i,,,,
1 Republicans and democrats have
learned to "keep in the middle of
I the road." They could not walk
on the sidewalks yesterday nior"
ning—had to take tho street.
buy Hit can* aria jugglery
when gov can buy a starirfard gallo-k,
of Pure Maple Syrvp for one dollar
tit the BOSS BAKKn\\
There seems to tee *some appre
keftsiou fchat there will he an extra
session of Congress. -Is'there nt
affliction *this country can not es
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ily, without experience. Talking un
necossary. Nothing like "It for monef
makiitg ever offered b< /ore. Our workers
•alxVr.ys prosper. time wasted in
learning the business. YvV teach you in
ti tiigfrt how to succeed from the first,
hour. You can make a *iriiil without ex
pense to yourself. 'We start ytm, furnish
everything needed lo carry oh the busi
ness successfully, and guarantee you
against failure if you but follow our
simple, plain instructions. Render, it
you are in need of ready money, anq
want to know all about the best paying
business before the public,' send us your
address, and we will mall you a doeu*
Stent giving you all the particulars.
TRUE ft CO., Box 400.
j Augusta. Man**