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NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS.
general local xe us. "I cannot toll how the truth nisiy hp, I tell the tale as 'twas tolil to me." Lard pailsol to B,'c The Cyclone. Harley Brown left for Waterville ou Monday. D. G. C. Baker of this city lias moved over to Olympia. The first snow fall of the season came down on us Tuesday morning. D. W. Morgan returned from the east Saturday. We are glad to see Mr. Morgan back at his post. ! hoi nas Mc' 'austland litis started a small city on his ranch this fall, two new houses are being built. James Conarty and Mrs. J. M. Montgomery contributed 50 cents each to our exchequer this week. Bring its some wood and read the Dawn a year. The County Commissioners ap pointed 8. C. Davidson Justice of the Peace to succeed Mr. Crazier Died—Mrs. David Wheat on, on Wednesday. Xov. 13. at !' p. m. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family. The Epwortlx League Conven tion will meet at the M. E. Church in this city. Xov. 27. and continue over Sunday. Pearl buttons sc. per dozen, at The Cyclone. L. R. Grimes, State Auditor, came over from Olympia Sunday. He is very poorly and unable to at tend to business. For Exchange: Hardware or tinware, for 25 bushels of milling wheat and two cords of 24 inch dry wood. Hornbeck & Eniigh, Ged dis Block. Wood, hay or grain taken on subscription to Dawn. The retiring councilmen are: Dr. Powers, C. V. Warner, J. B. Shultz and Wm. Preyberger. The hold overs are: McCauley, Carter and Sclmebly. One bushel of wheat will pay for the Dawn one year. Waterville"'s tax levy is 10 mills and a special school tax of 8 mills was voted. This added to the sounty and state tax makes a 391 mill levy for Waterville. We will giv-e you the Dawn one year for 00 lbs. of wheat, sacked and delivered at our office. G. h. Campbell, of this city, will please accept our thanks for the initial number of the Pacific Coast Dairyman, published ai Tacoma. it is neatly gotten up, well filled with valuable information to all dairymen. To Delinquents We do not lifoc to Are/) ashing those in arrears on, sahseri/tliou to pay up, but ivc must have, a tittle money to meet oar hills every mouth. Come in anil pay up and pay a, year in advance II e have earned, the money, it.- justly due as and tee n.eett it! W. C. T. U. DEPARTMENT. This Department of Tim Dawn i» edite,! i.v the I Kilensbttr; Women's Chri tian Temperance I «• NKW MKK< N I..VA I lIKUATUKi:. Twelve I.csson.s in K. liHi Humane i.. .if lets. Geo. I Angel!, 1 'lil .->ll <:l, 1! >ton. Dovot rut's Way, A Wi*o ■ 1 Cat, A l!i, h I'uor Hom and a Poor Rich Horse, Alt Appeal to F.very Woman. An Ap|e il 11 ii • r-< 1.1 their Owi>- ers am! tlteir Driver - *, K■.t ■ ■ 11i >• (Yiminit'.Ce, 6: Westminister Stre<;. ! . 1' • !t. I file above list may In: had ti >nt Km nut K. Page, Olympia, Wash..f r 1 1 it-. Hlock Heart y. Si rik«- at ShanoV 11 • .ly:.«r-t, t\.ur Months in New Ham; «hire, Autobiography ~t UeoT. I it*' 's each, t' 1 Mill. Sire.it, i».>st» i , Anna M.il;«n, M .llie Cottontail. «> cts. each,- 1 11- nectirut Hurt.me Society, U;irtf >'l, t >pn. These make most valuacle supplementary readings fur the scho ■!>. Wo understand that the Capital man quii his former vocation week before last and thought oi running a dray, but his first experience rather dampened his uspcrat ion ami he has returned to his first love, a sadder 1 nit wis;-i man, fur no soon- J ur had he seatutlhis heav> weight, felt the ribbons than hU steeds started down Pearl sireet "in the middle of the road. 1 iiiv was more of a conspicuous a position that his charaetei would adniii and he imagined tlr.it the air was Jilie : with the following issues of the Ca>j»il;il which weic printed in bold relief: 4, 1M»2 fiohl standard." "IS!).') Demonet i/at ion of silver." "ISJM Fr«e Silver." "ISDS (iold standard." "ISOO Anything < Jene sti\ s." and the whole of Pearl street on both sides was packed with persons who wore pointing them out lo him. This ws is more than he could stand for he gave his horse such a jerk as he was turning the corner to go down Third street that it brought his whole rig a great dead thug a gainst the elect ric pole. This made Wolf exclaim: "Charley was that an earth quake?" and they, on looking out through the window saw, lo! and behold! there was the Capital man, he and dray all twist ed up around a telegraph pole. WANI'KD: —Several trustworthy gentlt'iner. or la dies to travel in Washington fo; e. tabli hed reliable homi. Salary and expenses Steady position. Unclose reference and self addiessed st;iin|) ep envelop. The Dominion Company, I'hiid Floor. Omaha, lilcl.z., Chicago, 111. (i;) 25ct. Toilet soap 10c; 10c. toilet soap sc. The Cyclone. MuNKV on hand for farm loans. C. 11. Stewart, No. 58 Goddis Block. A man who had been u suf ferer from rheumatic trouble for 7 or 8 years, until he made tlie discovery which cured him in twenty-four hours, will assist others similarly affected free of price DOCTOR will stop a cough it l a night, check a cold in a day, and cure consumption if taken in time It thi; little ones have Croup or Whaopinft Cough, me /' promptly. v" Croup is a very _ fatal disease. Q . FI,!K ; on f- I _-i ■. »«> "yM those ai jf\ ■■ ffiL tacked die. X -iThe great ' V—r- , f danger is " 1 * ' 111 <1 e 1 ay. Th.' disease progresses so rapidly that the loss of a few hours in treatment is often fatal. Ackf.h's Enoi.ish Kkmk i)V will cure Croup, unit it should nl mmj'.s he kept iti the house for e:i:ersseiicies. A 25 cent bottle may save your child's life. Tiiri't ,ii.t »: 'A~*v, 50« , 81. Ail Drugcistn. A CKi:R MEDICINE CO. i(> it- 1S Chambers St., Sew York. Large slock best mucilage and inks se. The ('yclone. FUO.U Ml SSI OA i ri.ti, '1 !.e Advai. <..) M. (ireen has gone to the Sound with ;t car of corn. !. W. Sherman dried about 3.000 pounds of pi tines this fall. >lr. ii lias been making M>!:.ltiin.' moh>:-ses during the ptust month. i; '/:.v. trcuEt: 's. (i'rom The Adva; ■ ) Wm. Turner will ship three cars of sweet potatoes to the Montana market next week, Mr. Phillips plac3d a watermel on on exhibition at the postoftiee Sat urday which weighed 50 pounds. Wm. Turner lost about JOO bush els of sweet potatoes by freezing this week. After being dug they were left outside without proper covering. F. M. Bird left some line samples of potatoes and onions at this office Saturday. The largest of the po tatoes weighed 5 pounds and the largest onion I pounds. Wantkd —500 bushels of wheat at the Dawn office and 500 subscri bers. One bushel pays for file paper one year. Farmer's, inoti, liierehtuits, dot:, tors and invvvers, attention! Have you se cured one o| the National Accident Socie ty's popular si - J,ooo combination accident policies, costing only •t-'O per year:' If not, getene .it once from from (). M. I atimer, Agent; Itoom *>">, (ietldis lJloek. i 7tf. lOcts, whips coming to The Cy clone. Louisville, Nov. 11.--Tlie'fate of the candidates for the seat of Unit ed States Senator Blackman, fo Ken tucky. will rest in the hands of two i'opulists elected to the house, Com dele returns shows: House, Demo era ts 10. Republic ins 52. Popuvists ■_>; . enate, Democrats 22. Republi <mu 10; .joint '»»I lot. Democrats 08, Bepublmau PopuUsts 2. 50cts. for heavy lined call-skit mitts or gloves. The Cyclone. Last week's election sounded the the death knell of Populism in al' the states where votes were cast. The people know that relief can only come through the republican party and they want no more of that howl ism.—Capital. As soon as our freight train ar rives bearing the facts in regard to the election, we will giv:o you the figures showing how Populism is dying. Would it not be a good plan, Bro. Stullauth, for you to go and dig its grave while waiting,-for we know no better person than you. Tf the people of Washington want to see their state its rightful place in the front rank, they should next year stamp out the curse ol Popu iism effeeually. It done more w 1 old back the state and keep out capital than till other causes com bined. and. a half should be called, "on it." —Capital Xo better answer can be given to the above lalsefication than quoting another brilliant thought from so eininant r. mind ''The fact that the \ underbill > are putting more money into their Tacoma bank, the metropolitan, is a silver lining ina darkly clouded sky. Good man agement tells, however: their inter jesis thcr :i;tvc been in excellent 'hi?: !-. and tin result is legitimate j expansion vln n illegitimate con traction is .anipaut on all sides." How can there be illegitiinalive contraction in Tacoma whets it \£ in the hands of the g. o. p.' L A. yi^CENT dUotuci| al i'aiv, Will practice in all the Courts ot the State. OHii.e in the Pavidsnn Block. cile::sb'Jß« wash 0. M. I.A'l I.MI-.K. -fv »- Fun:, I.it k A\i> acoidkni lxsi ttANCt-;-. lit'.NT ANl> COI.I.KCTION AOEN'T. ItOOMS 54 AND •>•"> (il'.l»l>lS Ttl.OClv» ELLENSBURC. WASHINCiTON. R i P ft N S One Gives Relief. J BURK'S EXPRESS ® I desire to say to one and all that 1 am ready and willing to do all kinds of work in my line in and around town. £ L. P. BURK. J CORNER^ NE>V STORE' New goods! 1 FARMERS! Bring your Produce to Me. t iviH pa'/ the jii'jhest I'rive Trv RAD E . ASK. DR HORSE-SHOE SOAP! Pish received daily.^^ NEW PRICES!