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The weekly dawn. [volume] (Ellensburg, Wash.) 1894-1895, November 10, 1894, Image 3

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THE POPULISTS ARE
p HOP KltJ< V I N ]T. TWO
YEARS MORE THEY WILL
SWEEP THE PLATTER.
DEMOCRACY is DEAD.
The election passed off very quietly
over the county, although the in
terest was intense. The vote was
heavy and never in the history of the
county has there been so much
scratching. All the party workers
labored diligently, and very few voters
failed to vote.
The work of collecting the returns
has been very slow and difficult, as
a number of messengers failed to
bring a memorandum of the vote of
their precinct and the ballots being
locked up pending the official can
vass. there has been a most annoying
delay.
The returns show that the Repub
licans elected one legislator (Barge),
the auditor, clerk, treasurer, assessor
surveyor, coroner and county super
intendent.
The Populists elect one legislator,
(Catlin). the sheriff and two commis
sioners.
The Democrats elect E. E. Wager
prosecuting attorney, by a very nar
row margin, and that is all that party
got.
Below will be found the official vote
of the county on all the offices:
CONGRESSMEN.
DooHttte r 351
Hyde r
Houston d 394
Caton it 387
Adams p 794
Van Patten p 790
SUPREME JUDGES.
Dunbar r 859
Gordon r 317
Allen d 136
Sharpsteind 102
Forrest p 715
Ready p TO7
LEGISLATURE.
Barge r 884
Schebler 801
Jones d 404
Warner d 492
Catlin p 820
Lewis p ti5G
SHERIFF.
MeGralh r 687
Palmer d 70(5
Stiusou p 6i 1
AUDITOR.
Baird r 908
Suverd 479
Sterling p 736
TH EASURKR.
Shoudy r 893
Liuder d 629
Allison p 655
CLERK.
Cameron i* 821
McConilic (1 255
Kldred p 777
ATTORNEY.
Pruyn r 665
Wager <l 7(H)
Vincent p 721
SUPBIUNT K.NUKN T.
.Jenkins r 977
Montgomery p 909
ASSESSOR.
Stevens r
Kenneth il 111
Curtis p 776
SUttV EYOR.
York r 872
Flodin d 387
Ellison p 701
CORONER.
Power i 777
Finberg d 159
Stafford p 780
S. C. Packwood defeated J. C.
Goodwin for commissioner in the 3d
district, and J. F. Brown defeated J.
W. Kribs in the 2d.
J. (i. Boyle and F. A. Frazier arc.
elected justices of the peace in Ellens
burg and J. L. Brown and <!. F. Da
vis constables, the vote standing
Brown r 140. Davis r 125, Bouton d
123. Billup p 115.
Tlie constitutional amendment car
ried by 639 to 157.
Since the above was in type we
learn S. T. Packwood has been de
lea te. —Ed.
LOCAL NEWS.
"I cannot tell how the truth may be,
1 tell the tale as 'twas told to me."
Charley Keed of Wenatchie is in
town this week.
if you don't get the Dawn, you
don't get the news.
If you want your shoes tapped, sew
ed, or patched, go to the Cyclone Store.
C. If. Stewart now has money on
hand to make farm loans.
Frank Bossong feels jubilant over
the result of the county election.
If you want the W. L. Douglas shoe,
go to the Cyclone Store.
Look over our list of reform lit
erature and favor us nth your or
ders. We can help you along!
Wanted- -At this office. Wood,
hay, grain and fruit on subscrip
tions to Dawn.
Eld. J. A. Woodyard will please
accept our thanks for a half bushel
of very fine potatoes.
Have you read the advertisement
of "Breakers Ahead?" If not, read
it at once and then send for a copy.
Money on hand for farm loans. C.
H.Stewart, No. 58 Gcddis Block.
Every Lady interested in fancy
work should know how to do pat
tern work. <';ill at Mrs. Ellis Dress
making Parlors, Room Ll Cadwell
Block. [ xv ]
Married: In Ellensburg, Nov.
ith 181U, by Rev. Albert U. Craw
ford, Mr. Clarence Poland and
.Miss. Annie Sayles, all of this city.
Mr. Cox of tfewberg, Ore., arrived
m the city yesterday morning. He
will local." with us and probably go
into business within a short
time. Tbe Dawn extends to him a
hearty welcome and wishes him
a successful business in our city.
L, A. VINCENT,
Ci i tot l!C 1 j i: t' v ».HI,
Will practice in all the Courts of the
State. Office in the Davidson Bock.
ELLEN SBUBG, WASH-
Money To Loan
ON FARMS.
F. Lsonhard, wash.
UUI!, t MONEY ; WARfI
BY SAMUEL LEVITT.
This is one of the finest works
out on the subject we have
examined. It is closely con
densed into chronological or
der from an unpublished "Cy
clopaedia of Money and Fi
nance." Contains 16 chapters.
Covers the ground from 16-
--oo to 1893, and is thoroughly
reliable in every particular,
Price t,oc postpaid. For sale
AT THE DAWN OFFICE.
SoKjc 3)k'ectoru.
KLLENSBUKG LODGK. No. f>3 I. I. <«. T.
meets at (;. A. 11. Hall every Sat. evening.
S. v. Sazjladay, W. A. Steinman,
c. t. Sec.
Ellknsburg W. : '• T. 1 . meets on ist -\
Etrd Saturdays En each month at Christian
church, nl 2p. m. A.II arc cordially invited
to attend whether member* or noti
** AH£A2-»
By Edward Irving, of Farniington, Caliroraia.
"Dedicated to the toilers of tbe World, by a Felrow Slave."
Press notices; Etc: "Full of good material and ■> ;» striking pre
sentation of facts."— -Paul VanDkrvort.
"Killed with icem* of economic thought and research * ' a most
valuable addition to our literature."— Chicago Express.
"I have read it with a great deal of pleasure an 3 proHt.' n —
It.NATIOUS I hi X NKI.LT.
"A very good document."'-- -John W. I?keii>km ii.u.i ■
PRICK ?»a
For Hale at The Dawn Ofliee, Elleusburfi.
POULTRI for MARKET
fey-, »* •* rt ;, rir: v;. -ft ;>At7IT IdS^
v rtiuUiinOmlUnl.
i- v «p \ FIELD."
The most profitable Poultry Raiser in America
Written expressly f,or those who
are ixtf! est bo in poultry and wis*
to make it Profitable.
v (Mi AjV'y o.*
Clears $4.49 ox EACH FOWL*
COS! OF KEEPING AIM LT FOWLS PR YEAR.
Cost of raising Chicks to six month*
OF AGE. SPRING MANAGEMENT.
12,480 EGGS FROM ICO HEXS A YEAR.
I low to Feed for Eggs in winter,
Hatching houses. Cleanliness.
No Sickness among the fowls.
A word to Farmers, Farmers 1 Wive*,
.o'- A Sons, Daughters, and others in-
in Pouiii jr -^^fj^A
O I- arm that
J,*-* a clear profit of
$ i ,s<io a year. [bat<>r.
Si Chicks out of ioo eggs with Ixcu-
Raisinc; Urohjers. IVu> for Chicks
kkf.v Raising. Keeping Eggs.
The cause cf Death of young Turkeys
Keeping Poultry ox a Village lot.
A M ichanic's Wife clearss3ooannually
on Broilers. Feed in Winter.
Artificial Raising of Chick:-;.
. . [ncubatobs. Brooders, aA>
'r V Capons. Capoxizixg. flSawl
r iin.,'.v t'!;u> Everything A, *°'-'''«ffir
the Poultry business. J^Bf
jig. I'r.ti .y." Cents, im*t jwid. ' ' .4k.
For sale at the Dawn oiiice
A LEADER.
GAMES MEANS' SHOES are loaders.
Why ? Because they have an established reputa
tion, and never fail to give satisfaction. Perfect
in style, quality, ami tit. Buy JAMES MEANS'
93.00, 152.50, $3.00, 5i3.50, $4.00, an*
$5.00 Shoe, accordiug to your needs. Wheu
you are passing our store call in and try on a>
rmir. Wo waul your custom. We want your
friendship. Wo snail have both if you will once
test a pair of JAMES MEANS' SHOES.
FOR SALE AT THE
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