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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 30 November 1895

gjSm WUimftfllKlKTJt h>uLTßYforPßOPff.^ff^ By » FANNY FIELD.*' Tfiomor,'profit- '■■ wltrj Hais9r in Americn WRITTfKX< !'.! S ,i v r'OR THOSR WHO AKi: I? lERKRVEU i •. POULTRY ANI> WISH To MAKK IT PROFITABLE* CONTENTSt Ct.- \ks $~.)0 ON l -wo COWL. Cost or keeping an i • vvls PR yeak. Cost raising Cm id six months os . .:. . Si ring management. { ',;' (' EGGS PROM 100 HENS A YEAR. >v to Feed For Egos in winter. 1. ■ • mtng housi s. Clbanliwßss. i s AMONG fHK FOWLS. i. .... . » Pahmr , Farmers' Wives* M Ri-i'oijlnv a cletir profit of •51,500 a year. [Bator, h't oe ioo eggs with i.mi • r Heoilers. Food fok Chicks. Teh Raising. Keeping Eggs. The. use of Death of young Turkeys Keep 1 1 Poultry on a Village lot. AM i anic's Wife clears $300 annuullf on <ilcrs. FEED IN WINTER. Ap al Raising ou Chicks. [ncubators. Brooders. Adfr J t '•• ; \i'o>;s. Caponizing. wKm ;. i EIT.S Everything auoi i Bffjgg 9 rint Poultry business. S U Write 39S Ctntn, jw»t paid. 1: ale at The Dawn...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 30 November 1895

KEWS FROM All SECTIONS CKXKR./L LOCAL NEWS. M cannot tell how the truth nmv Wo, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." W. S. Smith was in the city on Tuesday. Auiasa Randall is papa now, and it is a boy. Ltien iYbrams returned to Pert laud Wednesday. J. A. McClellan, of the P.-1, was in town this week. Dexter Shoudy was in Seattle on business this week. J. A. Kellogg, of Dayton, was on our streets Sunday. €oal Hods, 2o and :?0 cents. At The Cyclone. Labor Exchange meeting to-day at 2 p. ni., at the Nash hall. Money on hand for farm loans. C. E. Stewart, No. 58 Oeddis Block. Ernest Southern, of Yakima, has returned to this city to winter. Mr. Grunden fell from his wagon and was seriously hurt Tuesday. J. M. T. Stoneroad left Saturday for his old home in Pennsylvania Bring us some wood and read the Dawx a year. John Gilmour has lost a fine lot of fat bogs this week with cholera. Johu Xash leaves next week for Seattle, where he expects to winter. "Cold Facts" i> one of the host littl...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 30 November 1895

rSr ' • '' w ■ '•">. 2 hv&wiir , Stoves aaid Tinware, Pipe Work and General Jobbing. Satisfaction k> W'TKKI). SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD. Money in Fa aiiag: i Is a notable fatrt thai all farming inter est- Improve when i! |. |>o.v.ili c :<< utilize th* -ti : >v tiir.t the wells iui the farm will droduee, How few pet-pie tli'nk <«f 'lie ■: - ne of water for in icntton, atd »• ! > >' i-miltl •»< Mod need a i i minimum e-i i ii n* used. The question has been lit' etfl'- ••■ huu lo jfot the water I • tin sin fait ■■■■ i,ouii»:illy, and tbh* 'ths been iceempttsli.-d lo the use of Qfegoline or K» i o-ei't I »ii ( ias Kniriiu', nianu fact ii it 11 lo Palmer & • T\pe Foundry, 195 Sansonn street, San Xi v else », ('ill. trtMttflmtfc trouble '<;•• 7 . • fi iear* t 'itti h« ' mads the discovery whichct>" 1: i m . tntily • afi .-ctcU frt.-e n" nri- .. !>o You Wtv.ii (o MA ' We i . ment at y u;r own home* l>v which yon j can e?r 'roni len ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 December 1895

OUR MOTTO: jeep in 4he Middle °* t^ie Road. No fusion with any political party on earth. VOL. 2. OUR WASTEFUL SYSTEM. in Enormous Sum That the People Are Haled on to Pay regularly Every Year. There is a Safe Remedy Ami it Shiuid Be Applied. The industrial system under which we live at present is a most wasteful one. I believe that nine tenths of the energy now exerted is a total waste. In fact a thorough investigation will more than likely ghow that we waste more in one week than would sulrice to feed and clothe all the people a whole year. At present there are in this country 300,000 commercial travelers. Their railroad fares, expenses for freight, baggage, hotel bills and ■other expenses average at least $6 a -day. Salaries range from $900 up to $15,000 per yeer. Now $1,800 a year is a fair average. The total •expenses for 300,000 being $1,800, •000 per day or $657,000,000 per year. The total salaries will ag gregate $540,000,000 yearly. This is not all it costs, as every traveler...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 December 1895

. J POULTRY!orMARXET f£ #11 POULTRY for PROPIT.^^r ;;y "FANNY FIELD.*' ffte/not/ otofitable Poultry Raittr in Anuria AY > INTERESTED IN rOt"LTRY AM) WISH V7"£ '•'7 V. Cli IM *t.40 ON EACH POWL. C•1 '~ I ' 1 ' -I:KS TO SI % *10 VlJ l n OF QE. SPI IV(j MVVAOEMEM. 1.. .■■>, \ <><.-■ PROM 100 HENS A YEAR. J " • . TO pEEM i EC!«* IN V.INTF.H. U CIO HOUSES. CLEANLINESS. 15.,.-.: ! am'-'.', niF. fowi $I, 500 a year. [ BAI oh. . - <>\ i OF 100 EGOS WITH Incc« X , BROILERS. Food fok Chicks. T>.. » Raising. Keeping too-. The >cop Death oi vocng Turkeyi K.f Xl - POULTRY ON A VILLAGE LOT. ionic's Wipe de»xßs3ooannuallf on vi:crs. Feed in Winuk. Ar : lAL RAISING OP &HCKS. Brooders. A « . price 25 Cent*, pout pai*. It Sale at The l>a\m Ollicf, i;j|fii-t>iirjf Mash PUBLISHED* WEEKLY. SCENTS PER YEAR. tfO/rr ... TERSER. EDITOR. ft 1 1 n L itootijw iU A. in GtMldJa|Rloel< CP Ai».'Ki'.M.v ■ •lo appear in thk* pui/ r nun»t 1 ' ■1 I •'» •* t * r ,;; " r ' Tji t• ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 December 1895

pFROM ALL SECTIONS. MXMAL LOCAL NEWS. ...nt tell how the truth may'he, JyrSe tSe m Hwai told to me." One bushel of wheat will pay for the Dawn one year. The city of North Yakima is Money on band for torn lorn*. C. H.Stewart, No. 58 (Jeddis Block. Kow is the time to plant your Christinas advt, in The Dawn. Mrs. M. D. Wood and children will return to Centralia ou the train in the morning. The Washington Meat Market was opened in the Club Block on Fifth street ou last Saturday. We will give you the Dawn one year for 60 lbs. of wheat, sacked and delivered at our oMce. Mr. Wilson, lather of Eugene T. Wilson and Mrs. Fred Agatz, died Saturday eveuiug and was buried Mondaj morning. Peter Mct'allum. of McCallum, was hi the city Saturday and Sun day. He says everything is lively iutheSwauk district. From May, 1893, to May, 1894, it cost the city North Yakima— ' little more than a village- - $25,000 to maintain its city council. Big drive in toilet and laundy soap At The Cyclone. Plant your a...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 7 December 1895

JCORNBSCM & BMIGK $ I irdware, Stoves and Tinware. Plumbing, Pipe Work and General Jobbing. Satisfaction SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD. Honey in Farming: it i- % notable fact thai all farming inter est Improve where ii is possible to utilize the water that the wells on the farm will itoduce How few people think of the val -2t ol witter for irrigation, and what couid be .produced vi ;i minimum co t if ii were used. The <iuestio;i has been heretofore how to get She water to the surface economically, and ibis has been accomplished >>> the nse of ■Qayolino or Kerosene Oil Gas Engine, manu factured by Palmer Roy rype Foundry, 40"» Bansomc street, San Francisco, Cal. t.-t man who had been a sufferer from rheumatic trouble for 7 or 8 years, until he made I' discovery which cured him in twenty four " ura, will assist others similarly ■Iwctei free if price. Address, Lock Box 724, Chicago, I'l. Do You Want to Hake XoiM»yf We can give yo*.i honest employ ment at youi own ho...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 14 December 1895

OUR MOTTO: fcep in the Middle of the Q No fusion with any pelitical party on earth. VOL. 2. IDE LABOR EXCHANGE. A rrtctical Demonstration of How The julkss is Conducted and How Our firwrs can do Business Oo Their Own Little Paper. Two neighbors, Jones and Brown, met in a friendly conversation one <laylaet week which was as fol low* Jose* "Good morning Brown. This is a nice fall? How are the folks?" Brows "Quite well, thank you. How are the sick ones?'' Jones ''Getting along nicely, thank you. How did jour wheat tarn out?" 8. '<Quite poorly. The squir nls took nearly every thing. Won't have more than enough to winter us over. How were your crops?" J. "They were fine, wheat, oats, barley, bay and all, but the troub le is I have so many horses on hand they will eat the whole thing before another crop is raised. In feet, I have more horses than have use for," B. "Hew nioe to be blessed so bountifully." J, "By the way Brown, how is that horse getting along that was kit? B. "Itdied ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 14 December 1895

Book qf books, civilized * MONEY. THC WAY TO Prosperity. Happiness, 1 GlVi LIGATION.I For >a!e at The Itawu Oilier, Klleii-liurtr Hash. T2CS to&WS. Pi BUSHED WEEKLY. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. ROUT. A. TURNER. EDITOR. «*■*- << % Kemn* >*& 3tt til teelie fplwell f£ \ i.. o: rifIF.vfFVTS to ippcnr in this pa, iiiu.it. \>ft banded in not later tbtm Th nday I p.m., to Insure publication. Uttered m 2tJ<f. Class Matter at tho Ellens* 1} :r'.'h r'o-t.-Olfif:**, Kitfitn- f'oilTltV. Wa»B lnf»tMii, Kownbarstb, 1804.] /' •'»; C&BLB9 fawi, tint the right* of fnen under the lawn that we fight. Turin v new Populist paper? were Mi nched during the month of No vember ITcw we die, <>. my! A PopUOST club h.'is been organ ized in New V'ork city—tight down then* near that suburb <>f bell call ed Wall Street. Labor is now between the devil an<l ;t deep sea with the devil run nine down the beach and the tide flowing in.—•/. R. Sorereiy*. The Topeka Capital, n howling ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 14 December 1895

jfEWS FROM All SECTIONS. MEBAL LOCAL NEWS. — m — m cftHDOt tell how the truth may be, f tell tbe tale as 'twas told to roe," Xmas candy 10c a lb. The Oasis. Yakima county has 3086 acres in hops- Geo. Hinten has moved into his sew house. One bushel of wheat will pay for the Dawn one year. Don't forget the exhibition at the Packwood school house. Toys and dolls in great variety at Morgan's Book Store. Judge Graves is holding court in florth Yakima this week. Frank McCandless is over ie east part of the state on business. Xmas candies and nuts at The Oasis, ia stone bank building. Get one of those Onix stand ban qaet lamps, at Willis' Bazaar. Morgan's Book Store has a very large stock of Holiday goods this year and will not be undersold. The State Dairy Association will meet in this city Jan. 17 & 18. Monet on hand for farm' loan*. C. He Stewart, No. 58 Geddis Block. Get a fine singing bird and cage tt Willis' Bazaar. Utf Go to Willis' Bazaar ami get a pair of steel runners for you...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 14 December 1895

DOCTOR jeer's ENGLISH Remedy will stop a cough in a night, check a cold in k day, and cure consumption if takrn in tin- : If the little ones have Croup or Whooping Cough, us* it promftly. Croup is a" very fatal disease. C « *^ s *t*ss* "*j2tf those ut j: L. V Jft' flw tacked die. The disease progresses so rapidly that the loss of a tew hours in treatment >s often fatal. Acker's English Rkmb - oy wi'l cure Croup, mnd it abonld ml wmym be kept in the house for ev.rrgencica. A as cent bottle may t- • your child's life. 'ft-.-mm sixes: 95c, SOc, Si. ah Ui ugeist» CKER MEDICINE CO. 16 Jt 18 Chmmbera St., New York. Money in Farming: It i- a notable fact thai nil farming inter* efts improve where it is possible to utilize Hie water that the wells on the farm will Jroduoe, How few people think of the val ue f water for irrigation, and what eoiiid be pi * :ed &i a minimum cost if it were used. Tin lestioo has been heretofore how to gel the iter to the surface economically, and ahis ha...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 21 December 1895

OUR MOTTO: ' geep ia *be Middle of the Road. No fusion with airy poliiical party on earth. VOL. 2. POPULIST CONVENTION. Bi National Committee to Meet at St. Louis, fl>„ J* 17, JB9B, To Fix Tin and Place for Holding Nut Natonal Conveittitn. Tebre Haiti:. Ind., Dec. 14— The national executive committee of the People's party has issued a all for a meeting of the national committee at the Liudell house. St. Louis, Jan. 17, 1890, to fix the time and place for holding a na tional invention and transact oth «r business. TWO POPULIST DEAD. Judge Thomas L. Nugent, a very prominent Populist of Texas, died at Fort Worth. Saturday morning. Omaha, Neb. 14.—William Mc Keighan died at an early hour this morning at Hastings. Neb. William McKeignan was born of Irish parents in Cumberland coun ty, N. J., January 19, 1842. and re moved with his paients to Fulton •county, 111., in 1848. where he lived on a farm and attended the com mon schools. He enlisted in the Eleventh regiment, Illinois cavalry,...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 21 December 1895

■ BoSKSiMOKS., s mpmrn v ;HAI>PINESS, : fi&W I ILI iATiQN.j For Sale at The Dawn oilier, Kllensburg, wash. TUB JM.HTW. published' weekly. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. ROUT. A. TURNER. EDITOR. tt* j'l< X RooniN 29 A so Oeddta '.Itlork l£i 'AIAEKTIBKMKNTS to appear in this pa 1• • must be handed in not later than Tni'USDAY 1 p. m>, to insure publication. [Entered a« iind. Class Matter at the Ellens* Durgn Post-Otfice, Kittitas County, Wash ington, November sth, 15!<4.1l s !<4.l ft %s ctasg laws, not the rights of "•inn. under the laws that we fight. The farmers panic- is the bankers picnic. The national banks are contract ing their currency. Great is that wave of prosperity. No LESS than twenty of the best citizens of this city have made it a point to express their admiration of Dr. Dowdy's article in the Dawn of the 7th, both the language and sen timent being approved. We have been asked who were county commissioners when the illegal warrants were issued, in reply, will say....

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 21 December 1895

JEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. mtfMEAL LOCAL NEWS. «»I cannot tell now the truth may op, 1 tell the tale as 'twas told to me." The Wenatchee merchants are paying 42 cents for wheat. Snow came down slow but sure searly all day Wednesday. Mosey on hand for farm loans. C. ■fl. Stewart, Xo. 58 Geddis Block. Geo. W. Weaver called and en rolled on the Dawn list this week. Don't fail to see the new goods At The Cyclone. Wm VouNeida is acting as night policeman during tbe illness of Chas. Frazier. Get a fine singing bird and cage *t Willis' Bazaar. 14tl W. E. Lothridge made us a call Tuesday and enrolled his name on Dawns subscription list. Morgan's Book Store has a very large stock of Holiday goods this year and will not be undersold. Chas. Frazier, the night police man, is laying very sick at his room in the Durgan house. G«t one of those Oni.v stand ban quet lamps, at Willis' Bazaar. Last call, fair warning, Xmas candies hard times prices, at The Oasis. Stone bank building. Toys and dolls in gr...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 21 December 1895

itostpr Signals More lian bzlf the victims of consump tion do not know they have it. Here is a list of symptoms by which consumption can certainly be detected:-— Congb, one or two slight efforts on rising, occurring during the day and fre quently during the ni jht. short breathing after exertion. Tightness of tbe chest, Quick pulse, especially noticeable in the .even' ig md after a full meal. Chilliness in the evening, followed by Slighi fever. Perspiration toward morning and P.i!. face and languid in the morning. Loss of vitality. if you have these symptoms, or any of them, do not delay. There are many preparations which claim to be cures, but Dr. HcKfr'i 6»fllUb RewMytor Consumption has the highest endorsements, and has stood the test of years. It will arrest con sur in its earlier stages, and drive ay the symptoms named. It is manu fac ed by the Acker Medicine Co., 16 anc, i S Chambers St., New York, and sold by ill reputable druggists. Money in Farming: Jt i~ a notable fact thai...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 21 December 1895

DAWN-SUPPLEMENT. VOL. 2. > ELLENSBURG, WASH. DEC. 21, 1895. The Labor Exchange. The following business men have offered to take Labor cheeks for work: M. D. Wood, harness ma ker: A. Woods, barber; Geo. Horn beck, tinware and plumber; It. A. Turner, publisher of Thk Dawn: \V. A. Thomas, publisher of the Utopian; Vizey & Greene, millers. Those parties who wanted to de posit products can do so now. All kinds of harness work ex changed for hides at the Labor Kxchange. The Exchange has now on hand flour, mill feed, barley chop and potatoes for sale. The branch at Marysville. Wash., have a shingle mill which is cut ting 65,000 shingles a day. Their pay roll is $1,200 per month, paid in labor checks. We have failed to find but oue man to say that it is not practi cable, while all the rest that it was a good thing, while a great many says it solves the money question and that they are will ing to help it along There were a number who wanted to go beyond their present condition and as...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 21 December 1895

The following L«t)c>D Itachattges! have been organized in t.his state past year and the most ol them are getting in to -shape to crschnitfce products: Auacortes, Seattle, Pfc. Stanley' Buckley,. Vt. Angles, Whatconi, Clinton, Marysville, Colvilhs Lo pez and Blame, all oi which arc in need of our feed hay. ftour and meats. The Buckley branch will take a oar load, of flour and feed a aeek. Anacortes is about starting ■\ knitting and clothing factory Out peoph fin continually right bg orchard pestsaud yet they per sist in buying trees from eastern Qiirseries that ait; said to be infect cd and diseased generally. Every tree in the White Salmon nursery is guaranteed to be absolutely free from disease and pest ol 'all kinds, if you want to buy fruit trees and desire to know more of I his nursery rail on S. W, Maxey, the fruit tree Inspector of this district, and get his opinion ot th;' stock of tin trees trom this nursery, A Do I DLE UE, 11) E li. REPUBLICAN DEMOCRATS ISTe" 1898 Two ac...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 December 1895

OUR MOTTO: Keep in the Middle of the Road. No fusion with an}' political party'on earth. VOL. 2. POPULIST CONVENTION. 11l National Committee to Meet at St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 17, 1896. To Fti Time ami Place for Holding Next National Gooventiin. Terre Haute, Ind., Dec 14, '95. At the direction of the Executive Committee of the National Commit tee of the People's party we hereby call a meeting of the National Com mittee, to be held at the Lirrdell Hotel in St. Louis Jan. 17, 1896, at 10 o'clock a. m., to fix the time and place for holding the National Con vention and transact other business. It is desirable that we have a full representation, and kindly request all to be present. No one will be permitted to act as proxy without propei credentials in writing. [Signed.] H. E. Tauheneck, Chm. J. H. Turner, Secretary. M. C. Rankin, Treas. At present the cities which have asked for the convention are: Mil waukee, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Dallas and Atlanta. The Commit mitteemen are understood...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 December 1895

Ww \ LIZ'ATION. For sale at 1 lie Dawn OUice, Ellensfearg, Hash. DAWH. nr /i-j i . bushed" weekly. 0 CENTS PER YEAR. ROUT. A. TURNER, EDITOR. HFt'l4 X Ifoomn 2?A:io fleMla IBloek I*- ivsjrnißMKMTS to appear in this l must be banded iv not later than 'i ij 3D ax p, m., to insnre publication. 11 utere » as- ZQ 1. Glass Hatter at. the Ellens rntrgh Post-Bfiee, Kittitas CountVi Wash ington, No member ">th, 1894.; /' is class laws, not if" rights of men *jmdei the laws that we fight. I'm; Kentucky Bankers' Associa- \ tiu-A unanimously demanded a sin gle _.jid standard and the retire-1 ment of greenbacks, .\ patent was filed in the Audi tor's office at Chehalis, Lewis Co., last week, hy the X. P. I!. 11.. for 9*72,075 acres of land, and contain ed 140 pages. .1 bn Sjiei m \> has introduced a bill to retire the greenbacks and is- j tue bonds to replace them. There you have it-—the republicans com-1 ing to the rescue of the democrats. Now thai the republicans' have won the election, w...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 December 1895

HAD AND REFLECT, jtount of Greenbacks issued %r the War closed, and transferred into interest bear ut bonds.' JS $ 32,689,827.14 S5 79,896,803.66 2 33,529,643/20 {[J 67,945,850.00 177,173,520.00 Sn 130,502,311.00 $0 68,099,804.00 L 66,019,066.00 }« 74 94,403,889.00 U 110,136,376.00 m 97,177,054.00 [A 7 83,448,851.00 jTg 80,359,2(17.00 10 64,104,833.00 m 81.302,673.00 I Total $1,255,879,767.79 fit people wonder why financial panics occur so itptDtly. I can tell them why. It is to the interest rftkitillkersand brokers that they should occur. kiione of the specious methods by which these tQcticand utterly useless knaves rob the producing Hiflffliring and mercantile classes of their honest Wjm It bone of the chief plans by which this ■BBous ring is riveting the chains of slavery upon ■tlhmbsof l»bor. It is one of the chief means adopt- SwbuiMipa money aristocracy that shall live in It luxury and ape the paetentiou* airS of nobility. — Dunn. Wibstm. HHMTIK llirin B y Edward Irving, HUIAD...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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