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PUBLISHED WEEKLY. rsttMS or Sf}*ci:iFTlos: lacb to< it, Two ( enta #M year, if j»aiU In advance...... Kit!.. •. DU Xutt i'-iJ So\. itb, 1 >'••», at th" po^trriicf- Ellentburtr, Kirtltai county, Waebingtou. as eniiileil lo leeond-etaat postal rate*- Vfikc- loath '4 Fourtb itreet, I etween Ftsrl and Main ttree'.., rear "t biovk, up itatrfn ROBERT A. TURNER. EDII •>R Self seekino among reformers leads to discord aad defeat. Y'jc cannot awaken patriotism in the breasts of hungry men. over the "old flag." Mek who never read anything bttt gold standard paper- are apt to be gold standard me: ; . N\. education U need to make us true to our government which proves itself true to us. Wbkh yon find a man who aaually,himself, the crankiest kind ©f o crank. Jolumy Armstrong, of tbe Bos lyn Miner. i:» town Monday and took in the d.jg show. Col. Effinger, a very prominent attorney of Portland, was in town this week on business. W. 11. Miller, representing the Richmond Paper Co., of Tacoma and taking orders. Fred W. Becker has secured a Ln Franeheo cud orders Thk Dawn to follow him. We hope Fret! may do well as he is a bright energetic man and has a h-t friends in this city. Oo Saturday evening July IT. at S o'clock in the Methodist Church theie will be a Mu*i< al and Literary intertainment, given by the Puget Bound University C lef Club, c meist ingot fouryoungladbs, and Mi- Harriet Caugban, the Elocutionist. Admission: i snts. Children 15c. For big shots, little shots; light shoes, heavy shoes, hard shoes miners shoes, ranch, shoes, soft shoes, or any other kind of shoes-call on A. C. Cox A Co.. and and if you buy of them, you will get thou r;h S# your money and feel happy. We ran please the m<>st fastndious in miners-shoes and don't yon dobbt it. L G. O. F. 6.; Mrs. Emma K. Stevens, V.G.; Henry Keightahn, R. S.; Mr,. Asenath Smith, Treasurer, There will l c a social and refreshments and a large attendance oi 'lie members is anticipated. Swauk Flashes. SiXAOHSR»VILLE, Wash.. July 9. Editor Dawn: Prosperity struck the Swank district July Ist. bit in Meaghers- Tille ana the boys are living high eating chicken. A stauding reward of 110 for the arrest and conviction oi the parties robbing the hen roost of Mr. Law rence is now offered. Several of our boys went down to end their surplus cash not needed to buy chickens. L. H. Jensen has * compauy of men bydraulican on the Green Tree mines. The only trouble is hot it was impossible to take \>:\xi in ■ ft *»w • We Plead Not Guilty. SIXCX the charge ol being a tool in the hand- of Warner. Davidson, Batterson, Edgington, et. ah. has been made before the jury of man kind, we desire to plead our own ease and beg to herewith make our statement to the same jury. We have been thinking the matter over of our forlorn condition and our future prospects, and can plainly r.e* where others have risen to; now why can't we do the same. Why there was Gen. Grant, #ho rose from the shoe*n>akers bench and tan vat, to be president; and Abe Lincoln, who burned up bis gluts, gave away hie wedges and threw his maul in the lake near by. and tvt to ait in the presidential chair; and J-'rry Simpson, who began life without a Btitch of clothing; and our own Dude Lewis, who came into the world with more brains than Speaker Heed: and Gets, who began public life with his ?-hirt on feet: and our big governor, who de lights in thwarting the expressed will ut the party who made him governor, (but will sv t do it again) and gives us what he calls a busi nessman's government, who is lots lugger than the party but is not a senator yet —no, not by a jug full; and the Normal board—-well, we are by them as the boy was by his a very long steep hill and the end Katfl gave way, and the bystander all these thing.- these great men a chance i"r us t<> be a rood old sbould'nt Te. when we find our* selves the possessor of the charac teristics of the tir?t two named, and "hurrah for us" hut ble«s your big hearts we are "sorter" timid in company —unless its «'ur kind, 'cause why—l lame it all -we're a Miesourian. Say, sing psalms to tiit- dead mules. The New Time. The lirst number of this t.tw magazine, the legal successor o! New Occasions, is pronounced the best specimen of a reform magazine ick V. Adams, have supplied just what thousands of people have been looking Cor, viz: a high grade magazine devoted to such propoa d •T1 a year. The i est reform writers tiirim :-. 00"Tui:Daw.n and New Time one year for $1.10 City Council Proceeding. committee on the ; reliminary sur vey for water ditch for the Electric J. H. Sniitl son, together with all its contents was burned down Tue sday night. The shed was in bis riding plow, two bay rake?, two a nee. a:i dm stria ts guarantee Dr M :.•. Pais Pills lostop Headache Om cen: a <• w •• Committee Report. RECEIPTS: Cash, by D. F. Dau, 1667.50 •' Privileges, etc.. 62.50 « * Entrance fees, 19.00 v « Dances, 168.00 '• •• Decorations sold, 5.o0; Total cash receipts, 1922.00 DISBURSEMENTS: W. H. Faunce, ground rent, * 25.00 Rent of Armory Hall, 10.00 Clearing grounds, 30.00 Cleaning out Armory Hall, 2.00 WORK ON GROUNDS. Scraping track, McDowell, 4.00 1.50 Scraping traca, 2 days Crane. 8.00 Scraping " 1 Dougty 2.00 Wallace, Hardwick, bide 4.0H W. H. Tate, carpenter work 4.00 Hobson, 1 k days labor, 2.00 J. P. Giln our, 1 day. 1.50 jrornbeck, repairing pump, 3.25 Cheek stand clerks, 8.00 Nails, cut-, etc 1.45 j Lumber and work on same. 40.15 Decorations, 32.20 TeletnWn to Sheriff, 2.30 Ire "». I arrels 2, 7." 0 Total, 1115.85 Dravaee etc. 29 50 Marshal. 9 00 Dance expenses, 12.50 Printing: TheDawx, 6.50 Localizer, 6.50 Capital, 20.20 Yakima Herald. 2.00; Republic. 2.00 Roslyn News, 2.00 Fire "work,, 59.40 PRIZE.-: Horse race 14.<X> Gents driving race, Ist 23.00 * « -2nd, 9J50 Sack r:.ce. 2.50 Three-legged race, 2.50 Half-mile horse nee. 14.00 Ino yard loot race, 10.00 50 « 41 " 2.50 Baseball, 50.00 Gunshoot, 20.00 5-mile bicrcle, Ist prize, 2* «.o.> M •• 'Jnd " 7.50: I** •• Ist v 10.00 I•• - 2nd " :■.' ■> Ladles prise 5.00 Gents " 5.00' Most comical, 2.50 Be*t dressed g'*t»:. 2..">0 Bands: Roslyn. 116.00 Yakima, 62.25 Total 171470 RECAPITULATION, rash receij ts, W22.00 Cash disbursed, 1714.70 Cash on hand, 1207.30 The Committee of Arrangements TRIBTTORtf to the Fourth of July Celebration, at Council rooms July 18, 8:20 p. m., for the pur* I■ -c of making some disposition !•? balance of funds now in the trea?- urers hand*. C'<">MM os Abkangemexts. Deafness Cannot tie Cared. tit d(MMed portion of in>- ear. rtaere is ■•uly one way to cure deafbtM. and that t« lining of the *Km -t aehta iiTu ' -c" WhYa tbia lube ii inflamed >»»! have a rubling - Hind »i Imperfect hearing, and wban it i* entirely closed, deafnea* i» ttw mult, and tif.iti** tbe lufiamatiiM] can be taken «••:; and tbis tube restored to it* normvl condition, bearing will be deatroted forever, nine ca»*s outoftcnara sauced i>v Cstarrb, wbich i» We will give One Hundred Dollar* «• r any cum ol iieafu-»« Icauten by catarrh that cannot be cared by Halt*! Cata.ru. ?::id tor circular*; fr*e. r, ( SEN EV .v- CO.. Tofi do, <>. Special Meeting. S'exc Sunday Morning the Con (jregi tional i<ut\ Methodist Church- Church, Rev. M. H. Marvin preaching. Th? Subject will I c odist Church. The topic will it A man of labor. a clerkship iv the assessor* (pop ulist) office, much to the surprise of many vi our people. Greatest on Earth. James. M. Brooks. Washington Aye., Lo da, Mo.. tuaken affidavit tbat be auftere I iron rheumatism for several years, until lurtaded try Druuimoud'* Lightning Rnuedy, and that hyiuusthe ba< been (ttlly reaiored. He say* tbe Remedy i» t L on eaytb. Thi* is bins pratte, but ; illy warranted by other miraculous cure*. If you want to t«e cured, send to ibe Drutnmond Medioine Co., New York, and tUey win »ecd to your expreaa address two lartrt '.itties of tbeir remedy, Tbk treat* meul last* one mouth, and will cur* mv or dinary ease. Agents V.*aat< '. SEE OUR SHOES^^^ OX THE BARGAIN COUNTER. In Colored Congress and Button, Black Dongolia, Plain teos, all sizes and widths, with unform prices at $2. per Pair FORMER PRICES FROM $3. TO 56. You miss a bargain if you don't call and see them today. At F. Ac Home's, Agt (AT FLYNX'S OLD STAND) O I L Gi- A. S m^r Is Produced by Vaporizing or Concern:-, into Fuel Gas any of the Re finedPi ducts of Petroleum, luclnding KerotENE Coal Oil. Benzine, Naphtha or Gasolene. Tbe demand fur our IMPROVED OILGAS VAPORIZING KERO SENE OIL COOK SEO\ E has been far in advance of our expectation the past reason. The public appreciate a strictly first class V.spor Stove that vaporizesand burns common kerosene coal oil, without the slightest d mger ro lite or property. TH IS STOVE HAS NO WICK. IT COSTS ONE THIRD LESS TO OPERATE THAN ANY GASOLENE VAPOR STOVE AND PRODUCES MORE HEAT. READ WHAT THE INSURANCE AUTHORITIES SAY: Edward M. teal, President, Rr N. Trimingham. Secretary, Clarence S. Pellet, Vice Pres. H. H. Gildden, Manager, Edward B. Case, Treasurer, S. A. Bowdek, Sunt 01* Ratings. The Chicago Underwriters Association, COP)' Chicago L'KDERWRrrtu Assn.. Chicago:— The Committee to whom was referred the matter of the Central Oilgas Stove, beg to report that they have given the stove a careful exanination in all its parts, and ftnd it to be in their opinion equally as safe as any of the oil stoves now in use and to be a great improvement over ihe gas zhr.e stoves so far a salety is concerned; and they would recommend U the Association that permission is given to use the same wherever desired without extra charge. All of which is respectfully submitted. For Sale By Gr. W. HORN BECK STEPHENS & ELWOOD, -3Drug'§;ists^r Physicians Prescriptions Carefully Com pounded Day or Sight. On Pearl street. ELLENSBURG, - - - WASHINGTON. FUNITURBI -£L lia.vsc Xjj.-eL3> of Cobler seats. Mahogany, Birch, Eye Maple, Oak, Etc., Etc., AT THE LOW PRICE OF 3.25, 3.50, 3.75—UP 5^8.00! Oiler tols li Like Fnrti Call and see them at VanDyke & Hart's, *rd Street. Goods sold on the Installment Plan. See us before buying! /57-/J0 LaSc.il Street. Chicago, April 25th. 1895. R. \V. HOSMER, E. \V. LYMAN. 11. DARLINGTON Rockers, lii all Colors, Committte.