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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, the man who is supposed to have xobbed Mr. Wescott. He ianded ips man in this city Wednesday SDOBKMUtg. The Johnson eascwa* pat off on Thursday morning until March 2nd, on account of the sickness oi Mr. Snodgrass. The court considered the new bond of Johnson on Friday moftiing. We call the attention of our readers to the law card of S. C. Davidson's on first page. Sam has not practiced law since the fire but has recently concluded to again en ter the arena of legal lights. The Athtentlst will begin a series •of meetings Thursday night Jan. 28, in the Barns hall under the insur ance office of Same and McKanless, in the Honolulu Block. All are -cordially invited to attend this se ries of meetings. L. If. LaPointe,a3ermei Ellens hurger, passed westward through the city on Thursday morning's passenger. Mr. LaPointe is still •engaged in the dressed meat trade .at Vancouver. B. C, and is enjoy ing a large and increasing patron age. Frank /Speer desires tut to say to the public that in the racket at the •Creamery recently, he had only ■driven up to load his cans and had not time to get them into his wag before Sir. Becker drove up, that he <did not keep his team standing at the platfasna in order to dely any one. ISSUES OF COIN. The following table, showing , the number of coins of the vari- \ iOus denominations, issued dur ing 102 years from 1792 to 180. t j Mill be of interest to our.readers. \ Pieces. J Double eagles, 60,030,349 Eagles, 25,266,296 Half eagles, $1,764,062 Three dollars, 439,792 Quarter-eagles, 10,462,280 Dollars of gold, 10,499,337 Dollars of 6ilver, 427,364,44r> Trade dollars, 35,965,924 Half dollars, 261,024,767 dollars, 188,792,176 Twenty cents, 1,355,000 Dimes, 284,801,172 Half dimes, 97*604,388 Three cents, 42,736,240 Five cents of nickel, 568,648,619 Three cents of nickel, 31,378,316 Two cents of bronze, 45*601,000 One cent of copper, 156,288,744 One cent of nfckeL 200,772,000 j >i>ne cent of bronze, 733,178,3351 Half eenf of copper, 7,983.228' La Grippe If you have had the Grippe, you know its aches and pains, the fever, the chit's, the cough, the depression —you know thrrn a h The Grippe exhausts the nervous system quickly, lower*; Ike vitality. Two thin?: should he done at once: —the bony most he strength ened, &~d force must be given to the n.'rvoui system* Cod liver Oil wi'J do the first j Hy pophosph' tcs the second. These are permanently and pleasantly combined in Scott's Emulsion. It lifts the despondency and heals the inflamed membranes of the throat and lungs. But you need not nave LA GRIPPE. You can put your system in a condition unfavorable to it. You can have rich, red blood ? resistive strength ; steady brain and nerves. Scott's Emulsion prevents as well as cures. And whether you send or go for Scott's Emulsion, bz sure you get the genuine* BCOTT * BOWNE, New Votfc. MORE FUSION. Last Monday evening, Jan. 11 iv this city Clay Smith made pub lic desertion of bis benedictide pos ition, taking unto himself in mar rage Miss Mamie Banister. We ex tend our oongratulaitons and rec ommend as an indispensable com panion to weded bliss Thk Dawx. WESTCOTT iuCfclJEI). I). H. Westcott was robbed Sai urday night of 1*515,00. He had been at work cleaning up a room in the Shoudy block, getting it in shape to -opec up a first class gro cery. He bad a man helping him by the name, of Jennings, who he thinks got his money, Mr. Westcott placed his purse between the two beds on which be and his hired 'man were sleeping, and sometime during the night, his man skipped Iby tbe light of our electicity, and |AT.r. Wescott clrims by the use of ; his money. Monday morning Mar , shal Freyberger received a dispatch I from Spokane saying that officers there hod Jennings in custody and also >r470,000f the $51500. We give all this as street rummor, uot claiming to know anything what ever as to facts. Jennings .was arraigned before j Justice Boyle Friday and tor want lof evidence was released. STAY AWAY. F. E. Bartlett, of Tacoma, writes from Rossland, B. C, to tbe Union as follows. "There are at least 2,000 idle men in Rotsland and Trail, with a train load pouring in each day. There will be considerable demand for common labor in the spring, bnt as wages are only $2 to $2.25 per day, and:boards6 to $7 a week, it is easy to see how the laborer will wind up. Clothing and provisions of all kinds are from 50 to 100 per cent higher than in Tacoma;" A NEW BOOK. "The Money Question" is the title of a new book by Mr. George H. Shibley, Chicago, 744 pages, price $1.50 in cloth binding, 50 cents in paper covers. It treats of "the 50 per cent, fall in general prices and the evil effects. The remedy of bimetallism at 16 to I and governmental control of paper money in order to secure stability in the gen eral prices of commodities —stable money." Abo "Monetary History 1850-1896." Each point is established by histori cal data. The defense of the opposition is also given, thus.presenting both sides of the case, point by point. On the points considered, the data is the most complete of anything we have seen and is quoted verbatim in most instances. Thrs makes the work especially valua ble for the campaign, as the issue is made up of facts, and it is by establish- In.-; thsrn by conclusive evidence that converts are made. Over 80 pages of illustration! and 10 charts help the reader to grasp the idea* intended to be ' BM.vev.fd, Bucklin's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world lor Cuts, Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Halt j Rheum, Fever Sores., Tetter, Chap ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns., and all Skin Eruption*-, and positively cures Piles, or no pay reqtired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction or money refunded. Price 2- r > cents per box. For sale by Perry Drug Co. Laxative Broma Quinine Ta blots do not a (feet tbe bead or produce nervoimness'UUe sulphate nt Quinine, ilessri. Stephens & Itlwood itro an . thoriised to refund Hie money in every case where it fuik>'.o cure soughs, eoloa and l.a(irippfl, The lingth of life may be increas- ; etl by lessening the dangers. The majority of people die fi;om lung j troubles. These may be averted by I promptly using Ono .Minute Cough Cure. Stephens tc Elwood. NOTICE! All person* indebted to the un dersigned are kindly requested to! call and settle their accounts im mediately. Those who have claims 1 against us will please present them for payment within thirty days. ! Klsinbeug .Clothing Co. j $100 RE WARD $100 \ The readers of this paper will he.pleased ; to learn that there is at least one dreaded I disease that science has.been able to uure in i all its stages, and that U Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive uure I Known to the medical fraternity. .Catarrh be.n|t a.constitutional disease, requires onn* stitutional treatment. Hall's CatovrbiCure.l is taken internally, acting directly upou the Mood and mucus surfaces of the system, thereby destroying tbe foundation of the disease, and ulviiigthe patient strength by | building;.up tbe constitution and assisting i nnture'tn doing Its work. The proprietors have an much faith in ita curative powers, i Hint they offer one hundred dollars for any ! vase that it-fails to cure. Venditor list of. testimonial*. Address, F. ,1. CHENEY Ifi CW„ Toledo, Ohio. Sold by DrnggNts, Tue. Hall's Family Fills arc tbe best. j EST HAY NOTICE. One sorrel horse, about *8 years old, 3 white legs., branded thus (L). j One black marc, white face and I snip nose, weight about 900 pounds —came to my place, the Becker, ranch 1-2 mile from Ellensbuig, j about Nov. IS. BICHT Mason. Ellensburg, Jan. 2, 1897. Money in Farming: 1 it is a notable foot that all farming (titer i psts improve where it is possible to utilize (be water that the wells on the farm will produce. How few people think of the. yaU 1 ue of water for irrigation, anil what couid be : produced at a minimum oo t if it were used. ! The question has been heretofore hoe.' i the water to the surface econoiuKially, and •ibis has been accomplished by the use of Qasoline.or erosene Oil Gas Engine, manu factured by Palmer <fc Key Type Foundry, 400 Sansome street'-riau .Francisco, Cal. If you have a legal publication of any kind that must appear in a weekly papeiyremember The Dawn can do the business for you and do it as nice as any of them. Representatives Scott and Staf•! | ford have been placed on some very Important committees by Speaker | Cline, as will be observed: Scott - Education, Forestry and Horticulture, Medicine and Sur gery, Revenue and Taxation, State ■ ; Norman Secools, Dentistry and | j Hygiene. j Stakfoku - A p:p rop ri a tion s, j , Mines and Mining, Railroad, Water, : water right- and Irrigation. MIDWINTER PICNIG. There will be a, midwinter picnic at the Presbyterian church, Satur day evening, Jan. 30. An interest ing programme given by the pho nograph. All are cordially invited. Admission 25 cents. Yakima parties ifcave made a contract, as a result of which the the cheese factory will soon resume operations. Ellensburg cheese, as well as Ellensburg creamery best, has heretofore commanded the en tire confidence and respect of the market, and the new management does not propose to allow its pre vious reputation to wane. CONGREGATION A L CHURCH. RKV. EDGARC. WHKELEB, PASTOB. Preaching services on Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Young people's meeting at'6:4s p. m. M. E. Church, M. H. Marvin, Pastor. Sunday services: Class meeting 10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Sunday school 12:10. Epworth League 6:3U p. m. Preaching 7:30. Subject Sunday Jan. 24, 11 a. n,\ "Digging Trenches." 7:30 "God's Mhiv,v" Anyrareapavitla is sarsaparilla. "True. So any tea is tea. So any .flour is flour. But grades differ. You want the best. It's so with sarsaparilla. There arc grades. ¥eu wa»t .the best. If yon .tinderstood sarsaparilla as well as you do tea and .flour it would be easy to determine-. But yo.u don't JrJow should you ? When yoa are going to buy a commodity whose value you don't know., you pick out an old established house to trade with, and trust their experience and reputation. Do so when buying sarsaparilla. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has been on the market fifty years. Your grandfather used Ayer's. It is a reputable medicine. There are many sarsaparillas. But only .one Ayer's. IT CURES. Read oa*r new and extraordinary offer of Thk Dawn and the Seattle Times one year for 91.0 Q. Absolutely pure, perfectly harm less, and invariably reliable are the qualities of One Minute .Cough Cure Ji novor fails in cobls. croup and lung trouble.-;. Children like it because it is pleasant to take and it helps thorn. Stephen* & Elwood. The 'mileage from Olympia to Washington for the messenger, J. E. Fenton, who carries tl;-:- -y of the electors, amounts to $1,00 It is the large st amonntsptfidtto any state representative. "BILL NYE" was not even a particular friend of "Bill "Heads, but w ßill's'' writings arc more iv demand than other bills unless it v? bank bills. The .Dawn is ..prepared to .print Bill Heads.. Note and' Letter Heads, Envelops and Cards on short notice and iv first-class manner. Call and see samples of our work. F. BOS SONG White Crofts, Schil ling's Best; j j Crown and Ceylon likes nice; toilet soap. We are making a special sale cf FINE 'TOILET SOAP, at 15 and 25c, per box for Call and get a box. Judge J. J). Davidson has ap p>i:nted W. C. Stay' court commis sioner for Yakima county J. E. Frost ex-state Audttor.-re turnefl to this city Sunday. lie ex pects toirenwiin there and practice his chosen profession-—lavv. \V. J. .Jenkins, late deputy cotin ty treasurer, has accepted a position under Manager Bush at tin.-' place- Will is possessed of all the good traits that arc required to make * perfect gentleman, and he and his estfrnftble wife will he most heartily welcome by the citizen of Miner. THE DAWN. A S S o R T M E N T OF TEAS IN j THE CITY, 1 3XEPHENSO& ELWOOP, The Druggist • Oolong, . Spider Japan and Basket FIRED