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THE * ELLENSBURG * DAWN.
One year, if paid in advance, $1«M Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at tbe postoffice, KlJensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, M entitled to second-class postal rates. Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Qeddil flock. ROBERT A. TURNER, "Strong as a Sampson, Schley as a fox. What more Dewey want?' - Wk hope to see a good attend ance of the yeomanry of the three parties at the meeting called for the 25th, I p. in. in this city. Last week the type made us say that the three committees —Popu- list, democrat and free silver re publicans would meet in conference in this city on the loth of June, when they should have -aid the 25th. Thk laboring people of this country have not been able in years to get any measure of relief through legislature, without hav ing it declared unconstitutional. The last law given to the people was the homestead law, and then the people got the law and the rail roads got the land. Local conferences with the rank and file of the voters of the fusion forces show a unanimity of opinion that all reformers should be merged together in a new party as by so doing an invincible force can be brought against the party to which can he rightfully charged the huge state debt which ha- so nearly wrecked the credit of the grandest state in the union. To he progressive and yet mod erate, to be earnest but sensible, to be firm but reasonable, to be ex acting hut fair, to be aggressive but just, to cheerfully grant every body their rights but to corageously demand your own —that is true populism. Our first Pepping stone is equality, giving equal rights to all, which alone can bring liberty to the citizen and promote fratern ity among all mankind. Thekk is no use for any apathy in determining whether or not the reform forces of the state are going to pull together as one party or a half dozen this year. If we are to fight through this campaign in de tachments and little squads it is high time we all knew it and if we are to be cemented together in one strong party, it is also well for us to know so that we may become the better acquainted with each other, thus enabling us to make a perfect organization. While talking about candidates for the various county officers to he nominated this summer on a Union ticket, the name of W. S. Rogers, of East Kittitas, has been mentioned for auditor. There can he no doubt whatever as to his ability and general qualifications and he would make an excellent official, his education being such aB to qualify him in every way to fill a position of that kind. He is a practical bookkeeper and account ant and writes a good hand. An honest, straightforward ad ministration of affairs of the state along the lines of careful economy has brought its results. State war rants are at a premium over gold coin and everybody has confidence in the ability of the populist ad ministration. Even the Tacoma Ledger, which was predicting all sorts of calamities in the event of populist success in this state, is now hilarious over the prospect. The voters of Washington made no mistake when they voted for a change in 1800. —Vancouver Reg ister. The state of Washington and the city of Ellensburg in particular, is soon to he blessed with a first class educational journal to be called The Northwest School Journal. The new journal is backed by all the leading educators of the state and will receive their utmost co-operation. The editorial man agement of the new journal will be exclusively in the hands of Prof. F. M. McCully, whose experience in the newspaper business is no new thing. He is a man of wide experience in the school room as a teacher and in the office as a Professor and editor. He is well known in this county and has the respect of all who know him. The Dawn wishes the new venture un bounded success and may it spread and grow until every teacher in the great northwest shall be lost with out itß visits. State Treasurer Young has call ed two more $5000 bond-, aggrega ting $10,000, thus making $60,000 paid on the $300,000 of the old territorial debts by this adminis tration. A LITTLE extra precaution ought to be exercised this year by the re form forces in selecting candidates fur the legislature. Let us have men of broad, liberal views, men who feel and know the necessity of laws in the interest of the whole people and men who are not too smart to learn a thing or two from the people who elect them; men that the office will not swell their heads to such proportions that they will think they know it all and should be consulted on everything and yet hold them.-elves so high as to not he reached by the common class —the very class which elects men to office. The county officials are now. j and have been for some time past, exceedingly busy. We notice par ticularly in the county clerk's of j fice that Mr. Evens is rushed with work, in fact he is doing the work : usually performed by two men and lat the same time an inspection of ! his books and papers show that everything is being kept in good condition, and the office conducted in a very economical way. Mr. Even, attends strictly to hi* own business, and as one of the county officials remarked this week, "you would not know that Evens wae a county official or that he was in the court house building unless you should go into the clerk's of fice, though you might he around ' the court house a month. Three of a Kind. Sheriff L. C. Wynegar, of Kitti tas county, who was in town .Sat urday, is a strapping, big, good natured fellow, standing 6 feet 2 A inches and weighing 2"j7 pounds. When he and Sheriff Mover of King county, who weighes 270, and the Sheriff of Spokane county, weighing 200 pounds, get together there are three sheriffs of a kind and no mistake. Sheriff Wynegar reports excel lent crops in Kitttitas county, where irrigation is king, and says everything is flourishing over there, except politics, and he suggests that it is time the forces began skirmishing.—Seattle Times. See that Smile? What is the cause? Why he has just had some of tin finest pictures taken at Pautske's you ever saw. Country Picnic. A regular old fashioned country school picnic will be held at the Thomas school house on Tuesday June 21. A good program has been arranged and everything will done to make a pleasant time for both old and young. All schools in the valley and the people generally, are invited to come out. Two or three schools have made arrange ments to attend in a body. Good music, speaking and entertain ments galore. Bring your baskets filled with the necessaries of life. Weak Lungs If you have coughed and coughed until the lining mem brane of your throat and lungs is inflamed, Scott's Emulsion of God-liver Oil will soothe, strengthen and probably cure. The cod-liver oil feeds and strengthens the weakened tis sues. The glycerine soothes and heals them. The hypo phosphites of lime and soda impart tone and vigor. Don't neglect these coughs* One bottle of the Emulsion may do more for you now than ten can do later on. Be sure you get SCOTT'S Emulsion. All druggists ; joe. and $:.00. SCOTT & BOWME, Chemists, New York. Roslyn Rolls. Andy Jensen our popular baker, has sold out to S. A. Morasky, who is moving out of the building for merly occupied by Andy and into the building that was vacated by Dan Hannah. Mr. Morasky is putting in a brick oven, and will be able to turn out 500 loaves of bread daily if necessary Miss Martha Heinsleit of the Swauk, was up visiting her sister — Mrs. Chas. Durwackter Saturday. Col. E. E. Wager was here Mon day visiting old time friend,. Mr. and Mr-. Dr. Sloan were down through the Sunnyside county to look after their farming interests located near Yakima, Zil-| lab, Kennewick and Prosser. The doctor says that country is in a thriving condition, and fruit is be* Ing grown in abundance. Frank Marion had three lingers cut off at the saw mill Tuesday. He went to the sound the ame evening to have his hand treated [by the doctors at the Fidelity hos pital. Chas. SmallWOOd got his hack hurt Tuesday by falling rock. The miners worked ~>\ day- last week. Omand Mohr, L. J. Lunde, J. Entison, A. Richards and Simon Justham visited Ellensburg Sun day. Joe Corollo had a very lucky runaway Monday. The horses were hitched up and Mr. C( rollo's two children climbed into the vehicle, causing them to start. No one was near except Fred Ge nasci, who tried to stop them, re ceiving a kick on the leg, but failed to stop them. They kept running and the hoy fell out over the end of the wagon with the girl still in the seat. Finally one of the wheel, struck a stump throwing the girl out, hut not hurting her. Mayor Sides was coming Up from his slaughter house stopped the horses and brought them back to town. No damage was done except the serious kick received by Fred. Parties subpeenied on the Jack son vs Booth case were Dr. Sloan, Judge Smith, Marshal Mundell, John Montigue, Mr-. Reuttounge. They went down Tuesday night. Alfred Johnson i- wearing the star of obedience in the absence of Marshal Mundell. Mr. McGinnii, of Enston, was in town Tuesday. Harry Edwards had his finger badly bruised Saturday, and Billy Edwards is now twisting brakes, while Harry is nursing his hand. EDITOR. West Side Items. KIN K. Is it possible? We havn't had a real Kittitas zephyr for almost a week. Kink for one feels relieved that she is able to have her eye clear of dust once more so that she can see —the bycycles pass. West Kittitas is improving rap idly. Men have begun work on the new M. E. church which is be ing put up in this vicinity near Philip Fredrick's. A new barn is rapidly going tip on Oloff Hanson's place. A number of our West Side friends attended the base ball game at Ellensburg Saturday and were delighted to see our boys do so well. Who say-mil' Ellensburg boys are not all right.' Mrs. Gardenier, from the east, arrived here Saturday morning and is visiting with her son—Leslie (iardenier. Charlie Coleman's sister-in-law and niece are here visiting him. His sister-in-law expects to return to her home in a few week-, hut the niece will probably remain here during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Frederick entertained a number of relatives and friends at their home last Sun day. A delicious dinner was served after which the guests partook freely of ice cream and cake. Mr. Fredrick well remembers the occa sion for while getting ice to make the ice cream he came in contact with a bee which vehemently kicked him mi the face and made one side very prominent. H. B. Gregory and family at tended services at Keecer Creek Sunday, and with many friends enjoyed a delicious dinner at Mr. Bower's. Rev. Woodyard preaches at the Packwood school house next Sun day. Children's day exercises at the Cove school house have been post poned* on account of a number desiring to attend the Baccalaure ate sermon next Sunday. Edgar Sowers has been absent from school this week on account of a sore throat. The road supervisor should I c careful on what part of the road he Bend- his son, C. C, to work as there is danger of hurting himself at work, w here ''Daisies'' are to be I Anybody wishing to taice lessons in typewriting or bycycle riding— TBILBY. .Mi-- Lavilla McDonald and Miss ■ Bessie Cooper, who havel>een visit ling friends in this part, were in in company with Miss Mary Hanna u« visitors al the school lasl Fri day. Will Hues was appointed clerk of the district last week. Will is a competent man and the people should be wise in choosing officers ; i for the ensuing year. Sheep shearing will be finished Several of our rancher- were in town attending court last week. Work on the road continue, and by the time they are worked those who wish to go to Wenatchee, can can find a good road to travel. J. A. Monahan contemplates going to the sound country in a few da vs. Parents should he careful and try to uphold the authority of the teacher and not the child, then the controlling of the children will be very easy. When Spain observes that she is not the only nation, and that her loss will he equal to the demand, perhaps she will close her wings The pupils are looking ahead for Ia picnic, witb great anticipation. Report of school for the month Total no. enrolled. 53 ; Days attendance, 890 Daysabrence, -17 • ■ Ay. no. belonging. 46.8 I Ay. daily attendance. 4 1.5 | Casei tardiness, 9 | No. visitors, 9 A Roll of Honok. Oscar Hu.-s, Lizzie Barnhart ' Bird Hu.-s Jean Schnebly Tony Hubs Edith Schneblv i Dorse Schnhbly, Jr. Emma Peffers Jeff Jones Hilda Schnebly J Henry Schnebly, Vadie Goodwin I Frank Schnebly, Gertie Nesalhouse I Charlie Cooke, Oliver Dennis I Frankie Cooke, Stella Fulton (Grover German, Jackie Fulton Gracie Fulton, bailies' and children's underwear, hose and dress-linings and trimmings at Mrs, M. J, Jenkins*. Kittitas County Wash. Fob Dibectob C. H. STEWART. Fob Clerk — J. Q. BOYLE. ' The man is consid- JM I ered tin- nu.vt n- kl- - .: •: R / \ Wis . ri-k- ::|. •• ' & ' his head into the mouth of a savage lion. The men win. perform tlii<= foolhardy act are few and far between, j There are tens of thousands of men who i daily do a much more rash and dangerous ; deed. They are the men who overwork ! and neglect their health. No man can do I this with impunity. The inevitable result is serious illness and premature death One of the most common results of care lessness in regard to health is consumption There is one, and only oue. unfailing rem edy for this dread disease. It is Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery. It has a record of thirty years, during which time it has t cured 98 per cent, of all cases of bronchial throat and lung affections, it acts directly on the digestive and nutritive organism ft creates a healthy appetite fur food, facili tates the flow of digestive juices and Tiro motes the assimilation of the life-giving eh ments of the food. It is the great blood-mak er, Bean-builder and nerve-tonic. In cases of nervous prostration it build.-, up the nerve fibres aud gives sound, refreshing sleep. '• I took a severe cold with sore throat," writes Mrs. AS. Everhart. of Oard Spring. Sot Co lud. "Soou I began to cough. My right vide became sore so that when I coughed it seemed la though my llide would bunt The I had pleurisy. I took his medicine for gome 225 mV,„f°rS' ! ' J i Ur ' A Y thro «Kb the spring. tVr Ii I 1 , m,,st:tr " Piasters and fly blii teach" i 1 . Uv .' .' .' ! \,., smothered. My breath was so shotl Hu< j ! Scarcely talk. Several of my near rel iti v i ' died of Consumption I tl'-ijii'h- t Vi '!' ; Ds- Fierce sf ..; ':! sjs f ■■'.-■<' ascvi -■'< i • any money for the'heu^nrrcceived"'' l " 0t Fairview i. X. L. School District Ticket. No. 3. NEW ©TORE!! We are conducting a first-class Grocery on Pearl Street. We will be First in Xew Goods, First in Low Prices, First in Quality And Greatest in Quantity. Cash Grocers. From Blackweil, Ok a. - Ii you arc in need of « 1 Inder » n belp and v reminder ; am -i.lllthe kinder Thai to the n-tt Is a blinder. And sure a* large thunder Bhe leagreat, L'reat wonder, And ii" half made weak blundei Thai like others lias gone under. sh( li painted > lit; brightest. Kuni the easiest ana lightest, tier makers are the whitest. rhc man who KM BUd bUJS tier. Mul takes tier home and tries her, W in >• i become a rlaei Aud make hii neighbor! Winer, •i be Ji nes Binder mid lever, Are improvement* to clever, . Thi j bare caused other- to sever From llieir good trade forever. N. L. GOODWUf, AO!.N T -. M. Geary, Plerson, Mich . irritet:—"De Witt's Witch Basel Salve is curing more pile* beret -day than all other remedies combined, [ti ■•• eczema aud all other Mv dis-ease* " Bold by Btephens .v. Blwood. Be sure and call at Scott iV. Latimer's and get their prices before buying. Tallies wishing to pick strawberries should call on J, L. McDowell. JonelO Household gi ods for sale cheap —En* quire at Mrs. Seat on's on Crnigs lull. The Cap of Liberty. From very early times one of the dis- i tinguishiDg marks of a slave, both in | | Greece and oriental countries generally, I was the lack of any covering for thin bead. Accordingly the. cap came to be! considered the insignia of liberty, and when slaves were given their freedom they were presented with a cap at an emblem of it. In .Sparta the helots wore a cap of dogskin aud this was reckoned [ a badge of servitude, but upon gaining | their freedom this was replaced by a I cap cf a different material, of another | shape and ornamented with flowers. A similar ooftom was observed iv Rome, I where the presentation of the pi lens or ! cap was always a part of the ceremony of manumitting a slave; hence arose tho proverb, "Servos ad pileum vo- Bare. Also on medals the cap is the Symbol of liberty and is usually repre sented as being held in the right hand by tire point. When a cap was exposed to the people's view ou the top of a j spear, as in the case of the conspiracy I against Ceesar, it was intended as a I public invitation to them to embrace the liberty that was offered them. The Goddess of Liberty on Mount Aventine was represented as holding a cap in he» hand as a symbol cf freedom. The Jac- Obins wore a red cap during the French I I revolution, and in England a blue cap ! with a white border is used as a symbol iof liberty. The custom which prevails j among university students of wearing a cap is said to have had its origin in a [ wish to signify that the wearers had ao quired full liberty and were no longer subject to the rod of their superiors.— Brooklyn Eagle. Indian Blankets. Blanket collrrting is one of the diver sions of the officers' wives who follow their husbands' fortunes to western forts. In New Mexico among the Nava joes these blankets are curious products. The designs are- original with each worker and are interesting imprints ot individual impressions. One displayed by an army woman, lately returned from a considerable stay at a fort near Santa Fe, has black trains of cars wanderine over its red ground. Tiie Indian who made it evidently admired the sweep of a railroad train and reproduced it so far as possible in the blanket. Another in tho same collection has a queer mixed border of scrolls and figures without ap parent relation and still jumbled to gether in a sort of harmony. This, the present owner relates, was aumired by a friend of hers, and in consequence a request to duplicate it was made of it* maker. But the old squaw promptly re fused. A papoose of hers had died while the hlauket was being wrought, and in her simple reasoning the two facts were effect and cause. The pattern had be witched the baby, and no inducement could coax a repetition of the work.— New York Post. Ordeals of the T>ark Age*. j One common method of ascertaining the j euilt or innocence of a person among the | Wbarians was by what were called ordeals |or trials. Of these there were man; forms, I but the chief were the ordeal by "lire, the j ordeal by water and the ordeal by battle, i In the ordeal by lire the accused earned • a piece of redbot iron iv his hand for some distance or passed through blazing lire wan nothing hut a thin shirt covering hid body, or walked over live brands; hence the expression, "to haul over the coals." If unhurt, he was declared innocent. aliieh more common was the trial by wa ter, hot or cold. The accused thrust his OOinng water to take out some rfn ati placed therein. After a lapse | i tnree aays the arm was examined, and i nun was visible the person was pro nouncea guiltless. The expression beiug ; m n«»t. v. ..-.vi bad its origin in this ordeal. I Dometimes a person tor friendship or for UK would undertake the ordeal in plaoo another, and this gave rise to the ex pression "tv go through lire and water" for another. PROFESSIONAL CARDS — ATTOXEYB CARROL B. BRAVES. IliA P. ENGLEH«t Graves & Englehart, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offices: Ellensburg axd North Yakima. Mires 'i Warner, GLttotn«A*i at £ciiu Will practice in all the courts of the •tote. Office in Geddia Block. ELLENSBURG, WASH. 'L. A. Vincent, dtt Will practice in all the Courts of the State, office in the Davidson Block. ' ELLENSBURG. WABH E. E. Wai-tr. Martin Cimeroi, Wager & Cazzeron, Attorneys at Law. Sto c Bank Building, Ellensburg. Kirk Whited, clttor ncij at £aiu, Will practice in all the coord of the state. ELLENSBURG, WASH. W. J. WELSH, Clttor.wt, at gftttj Will practice in the courts of Roslyn and Superior court of Kittitas county. : >SLYN WASH. T.J. NEWLAND, M. D. L( >CAL SURGEON N. P. Office in Cadwell Block. Office hours i to 5 p. m. Leave orders at St- phens & El« - I Drug Store. J. B. PRICE, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ()CULIST and ACCOUCHEUR. A Graduate ol Philadelphia Class .'842. 1>: 1 ;cf. aad Residence: —Ow Lilly Price's New Gem Restaurant. Refers by permission to Drs. Bean, I New land and Power. ttution, If you want to keep your goods, D 0 N ' T adver tise in VTlie Dawn, A Wise Suggestion. Ed. Dawn —A- other cities and •. 'An- throughout our union are raising funds liberally for their soldier boys, is it md about time that Ellensburg was following suit? We are aware that the na tion provides bountifully for her soldiers, but to boys leaving their homes for the first time, where every luxury was provided, both in health and sickness, soldiers' grub is very tame: and then how happy it would make them feel to think that they were so kindly remem bered at home. Let some one be appointed to receive the money, and on the glorious 4th let everyone go prepared to contribute liberally according to their means. C. H. King. The political bee has begun to buzz around the bonnets of the lo cal politicians of all parties. County division seems to be the principal issue here, as we have no aspirants for county offices to stir things up and demand a share of the spoils. This ride of the mountains will have a commissioner to appoint, and contrary to previous customs will go into the conventions and ask for a representative from We natchee district. Our demands over this way arc very modest and our south side friends are always ready to concede to its anything within reason. Wenatchee Ad vance. "One Minute Cough on re i> the best prepsM tion I have sold or used and i can't sa/ *M lunch in Its prui»e L. M. Kennon, Merchant odell, lis. s.ild by Stephens & Elwood. If you like hot bread for your siipi>er goto the Boss Bakery for it every after noon at 4 o'clock. bulies' and Children's fuinishiaf 'goods. No charge for trimming hats at j Mrs. M..!. Jenkins, New dressmaking parlors opened l>y Mrs. Scott at .Mis. M. .1. Jenkins' milli nery .store.