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Tl*e Dawn find New Time For 81.10.
The Dawn and Seattle
Weekly Times $1.00
VOL. 4- NO. 29.
Low Prices clo Tell!!
We aw not in the habit of blowing about our pricrs but we
are prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay:
QSTWE GIVE EXACT CHANGE..JQ]
Arbuekles and Lyon Coffee 14e
Savon Soap, full weight, per bar 04c
Luckel*s Borax Soap, - M 06c
Sfb cartoon Crackers 20c
Sugar, Am. Gran. I7lhs. for 11.00
" " v per sack $5.70
Sugar subject to market change.-.
Comb Honey, frame 124 c
Lemons, dcr dozen 18c to 20c
Lard, Sfts I sal 45c
Gold Dust,3fc package 20c
Sea Foam Washing Powders 05c
Lamp Chimney, No. 2 10c
Lantern Clol t - 10c
Hominy, 101b sack 30c
Cod Fish, 2ft brick 16c
Starch, Alabaster Gloss 4c
Starch. Corn, 2 cans for loc
Standard brands of tobacco 10c
ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CC.
D. H. WESTCOTT, Manager.
* MOOR'S * LOiD&IKG- * HOUSE *
—> mtmm —
THIRD STREET, ELLENSBURG, WASH
■MMIfJHaamiMiMIHMMMIMIMIM
Good Airy Rooms and Nice Clean Beds for All.
Come and enjoy the hospitality of this house. Good
quiet place to res: and enjoy yourself.
FREE FREE FREE
Come in and hear and see the latest talking machine, its
sweet sounds of melody will charm your ear and gladden
your heart.
OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES
Are strictly high grade in every particular and we are selling
them at popular prices, prices that wont turn your pocket
book inside out.
P- Bossong & Co.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT.
*MAISON'B®RK RESTAURAKIT. *
This restaurant Las been moved into the rooms formerly occupied
by the New York RestaWrant. The rooms have been rearranged
and overhauled generally. We put u P better grub and more oi it
than any restaurant In EUensburg. Give us a call and_ on.
MASON'DORE RESTAURANT.
THE NEW GEM
EASTERN AND OLYMPIA OYSTERS SERVED AT
ANY TIME.
Oct. 2. W. B. PRICE, Proprietor.
* &. ¥. Hornbeck *
HARDWARE,
STOVES,
AND TINWARE,
*«Afl«FA©fl©H GCIARABITEED.*
MaMon Ilalth Club Food. Club Mo. 95.708,57.
ELLENSBURG,
_ — _ h'o-To-HM for Fifty Cent*
To Cure Constipation Forever. „t««l tdhaccohabit cure, make* weak
.Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. lYe or 2%. _^ v*u*™ n v, mA™OtOMitt -
XI C. c. C. fall to oure. dnitHW rettn* mowr men .-roue, blood pare.
THE DAWN.
ELLENSBURG, WASH.. SATURDAY, JULY 17. 1897.
Raisin? good jer fk 08e
Evaporated Apples per lb OSc
Peaches v M 08c
Pickles in bulk, jer Quart 10c
Whole apices per fb 20c
Ground Spices per pound -4c
Dixon's Btove Polish 05c
Cider Kinegar, good per gal 20c
Beans, large white ' 02*
Royal Baking Powder. l2oz 38c
Gillet's Pepper Box Bluing OSc
Griffin's Bluing 07c
Liquid Pints ~ 08c
Creamery Butte: 30c
Ranch " •• 25c
Canned Peaches 15c
Hill's Ma] le Syrup, per sal $1. >5
Table Salt, sft>* " OSc
Strawberries, 4 boxes h: 25c
PLUMBING AND
GENERAL JOB
WORK.
FKOFKSSIONAL CAR! I —.".TTON'EYS.
ÜB2OI B. CRO E5. iU ? BNLEBASX
Graves & Englehari,
ATTORN EV 8 A T LA W.
Offices: Ellexkbcbq aim
Nokih Yakima.
Room 3 Bavidsou Block.
cim-:»<-.o a: fetv,
Will practice in all the courti of the
state. Office in Gc-ddis Bl< :k.
L. A. YiNCIHT,
Will rraetiee in all tbe Courts of the
State.' Office in the Pavidsva Block.
E. t. Wafar, ftania Caacrea,
Attorneys at Law.
Stone Bank Building. EUensburg.
KIRK xx. r.'.Z'LZ.
clrrt-tucvf at s?a»-.-,
Will practice in all 'the courts of ihs
state.
Will practice i:i the courts of Roslyo
and Surerk-r court of Kittitas county.
sosL-:N. wash.
0. M. LATIMER, |
>"IRK. LIFK ANl' ACCIDBXI IXSCRAjiCK.
ItSS T AND COLLSCTIOH AG EXT.
IJuoms 5! AKD i$ (SSDDIS BLOCK.
PERRY DRUG CO.,
Dealers in drags, paint*, oil?-
--brushes. Physicians pre
scriptions carefully tilled.
WOLVERTON
Does all hinds of
PAINTING, A PA PERM AKG ING
■HOP cob. Stfei A HAJSi Bits,
Leave orders as Morgans Book
Store. Mb
A Special Offer.
Pen and Pencil Stamp, complete
with any Xante, for marking your
books, papers, etc., also used as a
linen marker. Price complete
postpaid by mail, 15 cents.
Address: H. E. Shahf.
Box 315. EUensburg, Wash.
R. M. BILLUPS,
CONSTABLE.
rd Str.. at Moores Lodging House.
Prompt sttentioo given to collections.
Business entrusted to nvy bands will re
ceive prompt attention.
Ellensbubo, Wasu.
COTTRELL'S
PROTECTIVE AM) DETECTS
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA,
An Organized Agency of '.he PeopU
for the Prevention of Crime and the
Detect inn of Criminals,
(Incorpora ted.)
WANTS: Public and private Rep
■ rcsentatives, Male aud Female, at
I each Pout-office in America. Send
stamp for copy of American Detect-
I ire and full particulars free. Ad
■ drees, J. W. (fottrell, Gen'l Supt.
Austin , Texas.
If you want a good fresh stock of
■ £roceries from which to select your |
stock, call on D. 11. Wescott.
"They are dandies,'' said Thos.
Bowers, of the Crocket, Texas, En
terprise, while writing about De-
Witt's Little Early Risers, the fa
mous little pills for sick headache
and disorders of the stomach nd
ltv*r Stern*" - !• -v Elwood
fASfI
HEAR BOTH SIDES.
Bro Little Talks.
In a recent issue of The Daw*
Bro. Turner make* quite a savage
attack upon Baker and Togwell of
Taeoma, and alludes also to the
matter of union of forces in this
state in the coming campaign.
Now. I do not intend to take up
the (.udgel in defense these gen
tlemen, as that matter lies withir.
the jurisdiction of the parties in
terested. The i.it'urr part of the
article, however, touches a matter
in which the public, and especially
Populists, are much interested.
What kind of a union, if any. is
to be estat. itsne-d in tne coming
campaign, is an important ques
tion, as-.d should, in my opinion, be
thoroughly agitated, and that im
mediately. Certain causes nave
been in operation in this stale
which have thrown the Populist
party into a very unsatisfactory
condition. The democratic party.
ganized, so is silver republicans.
Conferences are being held, and the
work arranged in detail. But when
ws turn to the Poj ulist party, we
find it stumping around 0:1 crutch
es, trying to determine its relation
to the rest of the planet From
being the strongest and best organi
sed in the state, it has drifted into
a condition quite the reverse of
this. We will play an iusignifi
if this is not change.l. IJo not
It is the result of shrewed manipu
lations, tor the purpose of crippling
the influence of a radical party.
The manipulations, are both with
in and without our ranks. It is
time the Populist party knew its
strength in this state, and made its
plans for the future. It ;s not suf
ficient, thai the individual mem
bers should have a vague, or even a
clear idea of what he would do..
Such a course ends in confusion.
It is important that «. clean cut
method of party action should be
established.
Bro. Turner, evidently takes ex- •
ception to the "triune idea, and
favors a platform broad enough for •
all to stand upon. 1 ' This i take it.
means a mare convention of all the
forces. Marion Butler advocates a
seperate organization for each oi
the allies. The silver republicans
endorse the same plan. The demo
crats have never even hinted at 1
anything short of separate organi
sation, and if they were strong
enough, would advocate sa pa rats
action. This means what Brother
Turner would call a triune.
What about a broad platform*
The Omaha platform is the only
broad platform now promulgated,
and the only one that will I ring
permanent telief, I apprehend this
platform must be narrowed in ol
der to suit our allies. In this state
the union movement has been call
ed the People's party, but the demo
cratic ranks have never been bro
ken, and the silver republican
party came out of the contest
stronger than a; its beginning. J.
Hamilton Lewis r:-nks as a. demo
crat at Washington and Mr. Jones
ranks as a silver republican. Mr.
Turner came nearer to the Populist
idea, perhaps, but he is not an ad
vocate of the Omaha platform.
There was no real assimilation
of forces in '96, only an external
alliance. Alt the platforms and
resolutions that may be promulga-!
ted will not in reality unite eh-.
iTi !i r** i 'nSt 9FS 'Hot 'vi; tir : ,'! v in
The Dawn and Thrice
Weekly World for $1.15
PRICE 5 CENTS.
a mass convention and ore plat
form wauld mean the absorbing of
the Populist party and its final
dissolution, which ! know Brother
Turner does not desire. I deem it,
then, a reasonable conclusion that
if there is ; > be a union of forces, it
must be a triune, and n •: a unit.
On general principles, fusion ii
not d»s:le. Only under ex
treme pressure can fusion be made
to uphold vital principles. It
generally develops into a scramble
for office. Better results follow,
generally, by establisl i: g clearly
denned party lines. Had the Poptt*
lis; party gone straight ahead in
'96 it would have carried the state.
Responsibility for bad legislation,
or mis-conduct in office could have
been easily determined' The ref
erendum—-that corner-stone of
Populism would have been secured
and all the good results of the
-o. would have been obtained
and many ol its lad results
avoided.
In the coming campaign our na
tional committee should place us
a: the head of the column, and not
iv the rear as in *96. I believe
there-should bs a thorough organi
sation oi the People's party in this
state and uj v straight party lines,
rhen, if union is desirable, we can
compel soi_ j recognition of the
Omana platform. The greater re
form should absorb th? lessee We
canttot afiord to be absorl c 1 by the
democratic party or any other par
ty .-.ii*. i:i the rear in the proposed
reforms. To deviate from this
principle means weakr.e ; s and final
disaster. Tout* ior the right.
B. F. Little,
Read our new and extraordinary
offer of The Daw:; and the Seattle
Th>; Daw.* will here after be
found Perry Drug Co's news
stand.
post uFrFoi: hours
Genera! delivery oven from 0 a at. to
7 p. iv
Sundays and holidays 9 am. to 10 a. bs.
Money order and rvg.pter department
open from it a. at. to ti' :r. . and freis 1 p.
Ut' to 4:30 p. in. No 1 usines* transact
ed on Sunday o p 1: jlidavsall mails closed
at V p. ru, S-.ir.dsya at 0 :30 p. m.
'a' ii. PsTKkSOM
Do not fail to near the wonderful
London Bell Ringeis at the opera
house Wednesday, July 21.
i o Our Friends.
U you have Notice of Publication,
Siienfl'.-i IV.le. Administrator* Nude* or
Final Settlement, or any 'i,:.-.! publica
tions of any hiud, remember that you
nave tt-e ri-'-i to dictate where they
Mu.: be published, an i their publication
ia I'he Pawn -V perfectly legal. When
you have sin-:, publications notify your
a.: miev that you desire tbeir publication
iuTKu'D.ovs.
Bosch, known as the Golden
Vampire will appear in a standing
an 1 mysterious perfomance a: the
opera house, Wednesday evening,
July 21. There is nothing like him
in the whole world.
Say, you want some stock in the
Flodm Mines —see Mires & Warner
—a good investment.
Manager Finberg takes pleasure
iv announcing the coming of the
world renowned Faust musical
Comedy Company and Loudon Bell
Ringers. This grand combination
recently came from Australia where
they created a furoe for years and
a - their rirst appearance in this
Country at the Orpheun, San Fran
cisco, they made one of the biggest
'oils ever known. They played to
packed houses at Seattle and Tac
oma the past two weeks. They
appear next Wednesday and
Thursday night* luly 21-22.

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