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The Dawn and Seattle Weekly Times $1.00 VOL. 4. NO. 30. Low Prices do Tell!! We are not in the habit of blowing about our pricrs but we »re prepared to meet all competition. We are here to stay! [jgrwE give exact change.js^ Arbuckles and Lyon Coffee He Savon Soap, full weight, per bar 04c LuckePs Borax Soap, v' : 06c 31b cartoon Crackers 20c Sugar, Am. Gran. 171b?. for fl.oo " '* " per sack 15.70 Sugar subject to market changes. Comb Honey, frame P_Mc Lemons, dcr dozen 18e to 20c Lard, olbs local 45c Gold I>us-t,:Ut> package 20c Sea Foam Washing Powders 05c Lamp Chimney, No. 2 10c Lantern Globes 10c Hominy, 10ft sack 30c Cod Fish, 21b brick 16c Starch, Alabaster Gloss 4c Starch, Corn, 2 cans for 15c Standard brands of tobacco 40c ELLENSBURO AND 00!¥i.V!t3SsON CO,, D. H. Westcott, Manager. i MOO.rS ' feOBAIHO- : HOUSE * THIRD STREET ELLENSBURO, WASH Good Airy Rooms and ft ice Clean Beds for All. Come and enjoy the hospitality of this house. Good quiet place to rest and enjoy yourself. FREE FREE FREE Come iv and hear and seethe latest talking machine, its gweet 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. F- Bossong Sl Co. MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT, This restaurant baa bee:, moved into the rooms formerly occupied by the New York Restaurant. The rooms have been rearranged and overhauled generally. We put up better grub and more oi it than any restaurant iv EUensburg. G iye usa eah ano in ua on. MASON'DORE RESTAURANT. THE NEW GEM EASTERN AND OLYMPIA OYSTERS SERVED AT ANY TIME. Oct. 2. * C ft. W. Eornbeck ' HARDWARE, STOVES, AND TINWARE, ••SATISFACTION CMBARAHTESB.* Ralston Holth Club Foot/. Club No. 00.705,57. ELLENSBURG, X" . — =rr..-.~- - '■ " 1 \o- !'4'-Hac for i'ifty Ccntfl. To Core Con*ttpatlon Forever. _ rnnrinieort nbaeco Uoblt cnre.makee weak . Tftke Caecnret a Candy Cathartic, top orss* ■ ■■ i, soo,«, AUdrucf!*! if C C.O. ftttltocure.aruitiflKifli refund. 0>«i« ' TH 111 D\ W N ELLENSBURG, WASH., SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1897. Raisins, good per lb. 08c j Evaporated Apples per ft 08c Peaches " " 080 Pickles in bulk, per Quart 10c Whole Spices per ft 20c ' Ground Spici a per pound 24c Dixon's Stove Polish OSc Cider Ninegar, good per gal 20c Beans, large white 02^ Royal Baking Powder, 12oz 38c Gillet's Pepper Box Bluing OSc Griffin's Bluing 07c Liquid Tints 08c Creamery Duller 80c j Ranch " 25c Canned Peaches 15c Hill's Maple Syrup, per gal $1.05 Table Salt, oft" " 08c Strawberries, A boxes for 25c W. B. PRICE, Proprietor. PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOB WORK. PEOFEBBIONAL CARDS —ATTONEYB. Carrol b. graves. ipa i*. bnolehart. Graves & Eaglehart, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offices: Ellenbburg and North Yakima. ,s. c. Davidson, £aojij«r, Room :l Davidson Block. ELLENSBURO, WASH, Mires & Warner, •fiUtomeu.*. at Will practice in all the courts of the state. Office in Geddia Block. i ELLENSBURO, WASH. L, A. YINCBNT, Clttotiteu lit saw, Will practice in all the Courts of the State. Office in tht; Davidson Block. ELLENSBURO, WASH E. F. Wager, Martin Cameron, Attorneys at Law. Stone Bank Building, EUensburg. Kirk Whited, Will praetlee in all tho courts of the ELLENSBUKO, WASH. Will practice in tbe courts ofßoslyn and Superior oourt <v' Kittitas county. ROSLYN, wash. 0. M. LATIMER, FIRIS, I.IIT ANII kCCIOKNT IMSITHAXCR. Hknt ash collection aoknt. Rwoms rit ami .V) Geddis Block. pituti houses, PERRY DRUG CO.. Dealers in drugs,paints, oils brush.,'.--. Physicians pre scriptions carefully filled. WOLVERTON Dee-' all kinds of ■ PA INTING, A PA PERHA NO ING SHOP < «>!«. A HAIJj ST*. Leave orders as MorgatW Book Store. mil A Special 0::cr. Pen and Pencil Stamp, complete with any Name, for marking your linen marker, Price complete postpaid by mail, 15 cenrs. Address: H. E. Sharp, Box :;i">. EUensburg, Wash. E. 3ft. BILLOTS, COIiSTABLL 7 . ••d Str., at Moore.'; Lodging House. Prompt attention given to collections. Business entrusted to my hands will re ceive prompt attention. ELLENSBURO, Wa.>h. COTTREWS i PROTECTIVE AND DETECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, An Organized Agency of the People for the Prevention of Crime and the Detectinn of Criminals. ; (Incorporated.) WANTS: Public and private Rep resentatives, Mole (on! Female, tit end' Post-office in America. Send [stamp for copy of American Detect ire rtml full particulsrs free. Ad dress; J. W. (Jottrell, Gen f l Supt. Au:-tin, Texas. If you want a good fresh stock of groceries from which to select your stock, call on D. IL \\ escott. "They are dandies, 1 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 and ; liver. Stephens & Elwood, WASH BENJ. BUTTERWORTH. TOBACCO AS MONEY. (.ion. lien Butterworth who sump ed Orogon for McKinley last Kali and is now Commissioner of pat ents, made a remarkable speech at Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadel phia. Among other things he said: "The Republic is in more danger to-day than when Sumter was, tired upon. We have plenty of education; but education, unless leavened with morality, simply (its the man to be an expert scoundrel. Our country is in danger because Corrupting in (Mir politics is as coin moil as election; and corruption in our municipal and State Legislat ure is as common as luncheon at noon. In almtnost every municip al ami State Legislature there is an organized banditti 11:-*t demands tribute and sells legislation. We know this to be so. We do not guess at it, We all know it. You know it in Philadelphia, ami you know it in Pennyslvann. And it must stop, or it will stop the wheels of this Republic. * * ''There are too many men who ''Do not forget that the humblest would scorn dishonesty in private affairs who encourage it in politics* | Half of the world i- going to the devil becouse no one will shout aloud. The time has come, if the Republic is to he preserved, when we will have to rebuke men out loud. Men sneer a', morality iv politics, but God knows there is hardly enough left of ii in politics to sneer at. Many «gh and pray and many work themselves into a belief that prosperity is speedily coming to bless our homes. But, my countrymen do uot he misled hut think and reason and judge for yourselves. And so thinking and judging don't you see thai before we can bring back prosperity to re main the cause that drove and keeps il in exile? ••Do not forgit that the humblest man whose lingers drop a ballot helps to guide the pen that writes the law that makes right or promo tes the wrong. If liberty fails, if the wrong prevail, we, the people are to blame for we write the law. What hope have I for the future? Much hope, but no confident expec tation, because ! find Bo "many purer and better. I find so many who are willing to buy corn or, w h eat. I prefer I y ran ny to an ar - chy. There can be no true liberty without law, any more than there ran he older in chaos, or health saturated with disease. I have confidence in men, i. have less confidence in some who appreciate the oppurtunity our fres institutions i Beeure but fail utterly to appreciate the responsibility that freedom im- ' poses. | To Our Ftiends If you have Notice i»f Publication, Sherifl's Tale, Administrators Notice or Final Settlement, or any lo«al publica tions': of any kind, remember that you have the n<ltt to dictate where they shall be published, and their publication in The Dawn is perfectly legal. When you have such publi rations uotify youi attorney that you desire thoir publication j in Tbe Daws. POST OFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 1) a. in. to 7 p. m. Snndaj s and holidays !) am. to 10 a. tn. Money order and reg ster department open from il a. m, to !'_' in., and from 1 p, ny to 4:30 p.m. No business transact ed on Sunday or holidays all mails closed at 7p. iii. Sundays at | »:-> | > p. m. w. 11. PsTsasos Read our new and extraordinary offer of The Dawn and the Seattle The Dawn and Thrice I Weekly World for $1.16 j PRICE 5 CENTS. Mb. L. D. Ras olds—Dear Hir- Bee* ing in tl»e Express that many independ ent or private mints are springing up over the country; these enteiprises not only being profitable to themselves, but of public bonetit by increasing the cur rency, I c innot see why there should be so much objection to them when we c on sider that pi ior to the Revolutionary war tobacco was currency in the Colony of Virginia. Tobacco was ma le currency and a legal tender by the House of Uur ■ .- as with the concurrence of the gov ernor who was appointed by the crown of England. Yes, tobacco wasa legal tender for all debts both public and private. The planter paid his merchant's bills with it. faxes were paid with it. The sheriff*! fees and the mini tvr's salary wete all (>.ii 1 in tobacci . Hie planters were both the mi lersand coiners of money, and & plantation was then better than a silver rail a is now, for he had not only the ii ci ly of mining Vint also the liberty of coining il into money, and any man who hud huiiicient muscle and eiiergv to feindio ti...' plow and the hoe could be the pro lucer oi legal tender money. And during tb« time tobacco was currency the citizens of the Colony of Virginia grew in wealth ; in intelligence, and in influence, moro rapidly than any other people ever did iv tie same time; they outstripping all other colonies in wealth aud influence. Even at tho present day her descendants now residing in the far west are continually writing back tracing thsir ancestors into Virginia, looking back with pride and honor to those great grandparent* who used tobacco as cur tency. Nov, Mr. Raynolds, how is this? We had privileges then even under the British crown that we do not have now i: liie miner has not the right to com his sil\er iain money. What was the Revolutionary war fought lor? Was the privations and hardship* endured by the continental soldiei for the purpose of replacing tbe il sp itism oi t'.u crown of England, with n worse and mora oppressive one, the despot: 'ii of land sharks and usurers? ii is said the continental soldiers could Ira lie 1 by the blood from their bare feel upon th. j frozen ground orsnowt en during hardships that no other soldier ever <li<l, thinking no doubt that the pr ci us bloo ! thus spent would one day be repaid by the blessed freedom SB joyed by [heir descendants. Now must we admit that this was ail a farce auda fraud.-a. Isaac Hollingsworth, Win chester, Va., in Chicago lis. The Dawn will here after be found at i'erry Drug Go's news stand $500 Reward. }" r fin) i use ol rheumatism which cannot be eared'.villi De. > •runintnnd's Lightning Keniidii's, [u'.ernat ami external; relieves a, once; euro guaranteed. Iteatores stilf joint*, liruwn ouril*, and b'trdended muscles If your diuiiifii"! has noi potii, do not take aujtbiug 11-.'. Send deocriytlon at your ease, taku ibe aji.muv and neeure treatment tree. Uruinnioiid Medicine Co., M Nassau Street, New York, -. —■*•>- <«► •—•■«■ — (.;»•.:.n MiNKKs Attention: You can get all necessary blanks you need at Tub Dawn office: Location Notices, XoTK E OF Mil L SlI'l", Mihiku Deeds, Watek Eight Koticjs, Mrs. C. I. Myres owns the largest hay ranch in Lincoln county, six or seven thousand acre:, on Crab creek nearly all of which is improved hay land. She anticipates that the hay ing this season will last about six weeks as the yield is c: ceptionaly heavy and there zrf several thousand acres to cut. An important prosposition was submitted to the business men of Port Angeles Saturday evening by parties from Pittsburg, I'a.. they pro pose erecting a machine shop, found ry and a tin plate rolling mills here, employing 400 to 600 men. A bon us of $50,000 in real estate and a building site are asked fo*, the com pany putting up a certified check of $2,000 to insure good ,'aith. 1 ipa id Tahidcs: see ndvei jsemeob Ripans Tacui'e cure torpid liver.