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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 September 1896

Dr. F. V. W'OODARD, DENTIST. Office and realdance In the McCurdy-Gillet BuilUincr Southwest corner of Main and Sber man, opposite Wilson block, iicaliknco on third fuor. LOCAL AND PEIIS05AL. Mr. and Mrs. from St. Louis. Eil Barton are back Mrs. M. T. Henderson is back from a visit to Chicago. Prof Hoaglaud leu for Missouri last -week on musical business W. R. Morrison has returned from iis visit to Jacksonville, 111. Mrs. B. I ilorton iseujoyinjra visit from her sister Mrs. Yenuowine of St Joe. Mrs. G. Easlev and mother Mrs. W, F. Mulkey returned from a trip to Do troit. Mrs. W. S. Thomson on A East an joyed a visit from her brother John McDonald of St. Louis. Mrs. P. J. Leimbacb and daugeters have returned from their trip to New York and other places in the east. We see that ex-Judge James Ray Chairman of silver state committee has been assigned a date at Arlington on October 5th. Edward Morgan plead guilty to strik ing Ward Harris, a colored boy with a buggy whip and Judge Campbel...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 September 1896

MINES BLOWN UP. LEADV1LLE STRIKERS USB DYNAMITE. Coronado Mil Other Propertied Attack Hundreds of 8hots Fired All the Militia Called Oat Climax of s Long Strike In the District Lii aovit.i.k, Col.. Sept. 2L At 1 o'clock this morning three heavy ex plosions aroused sleepers in the east" era part of the city for blocks around the Coronado mine, which is the one which first resumed operations and which was heavily barricaded and well stocked with provisions and arms. The explosions were followed by a fusilado of riflo shots, apparently from within the barricade, and rapid, but irregular, shots from the outside, apparently from a widely scattered attacking force who were ou hand to protect the retreat ot the dynamiters. The shooting lasted for ten minutes, and all was silent for five minutes, when desultory firing was renewed. At 1:10 it m. another explosion was heard, sounding liko dynamite. Ten miuutes after the first explos ions, a telephone message from the Coronado slated that nobo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 September 1896

SCIENTIFIC COMER. CURRENT NOTES OP SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. To Bleaoh Straw Hate Fly Extermi nator A Flehhoolc Which Shooti An Klootrlo Motor Notea of 8oleic and loilQitrj-. N a email scale, with such an arti cle 33 a straw hat, a bonnet, a basket, etc., the following method may be fol lowed: Well wash the straw with weak sodalye, rinse In clean water, then shake lightly; remove superfluous moisture, and place, supported on a stick, under a large glazed earthenware pan turned upside down. A Tery small pipkin, capable of holding about half a pint, la now put on the fire, and about half an ounce of roll brimstone placed In It. When the brimstone Is all melted, a light is applied to it, so as to cause it to catch fire. The pipkin with the inflamed sulphur, is now plac ed under the glazed pan in such a posi tion as not to scorch the article to be bleached. The spaces between the pan and the table and floor on which it rests must be carefully closed, with damp cloths placed around to preven...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 September 1896

FIFTY CENTS' WORTH DF SILVER. A. Conclusive. Answer to an Oft Itopeaiod Piece of Golilbue Claptrap. A common chargo cf the eastern money conibiimticii, and one boohed loi active servico in the coining caiupuu, nays The Rocky Mountain Newa, is that free coiuago neoplo want tho govrru- meut to take 50 cents' worth of silver uul issue it from tho mint as worth luu cents. This chargo was specifically made by tho last member of Mr. Ui ve land's cabinet who took Ins turn to plead for tho money changers of Wall street. The absurd charpo could not bo hon estly made by any ono acquainted with financial history. It entirely ignores (ho effect on the commercial value of !ver by tho adoption of bimetallism by tho greatest and weaiuuesi, uaium mi vu.m. Yet sojuo of tho highest financial au thorities, and European at that, havo declared their conviction that open mints for gold ami silver in tho United States would result in raising the com mercial price, of silver to its mmtago value. This view ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 October 1896

MidciticMirtcajBSf: THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PART? AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. . HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1896. VOL. 7. NO. 4. COLORED DRESS giaiwr.nfi'if 1 1 huh in i hi GOODS AT .... : We fear no competition; read the prices fcelow and you will understand why. Good buying, plose selling, energetic advertising and polite, honest treatment, will make and hold traae. Tnars wny we nave earned ana main tain our present position. Good News in Brief: 81c yd. 27 inch. Hamilton Cashmeres, all 3 colors and black. 10 yd Double Fold English Plaid. Icyd. 30 inch Mohair Novelties, dark 2 grounds. d. Double fold Dark Novelties, a bargain in fall dress goods. Icyd. 36 inch, Wool and Mohair Bro 2 cades. C yd. 36 inch, double warp English Cashmere, black and colors. c yd. All wool French Serge, all colors and black. OKc yd. 38 inches wide, all wool Fair Fax suitings; all colors. Q Kc yd. 36 inch Checked Suitings, bright 0 new, checks. C)Kc yd. 36 inch black Mohai...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 October 1896

THE GAZETTE. AO-HirrLnoaACo, X. O. 'HlTTLITOM, Zdltt HUTCHINSON, - KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF 'INTEREST. It costs $200 and costs to bo a bold bad man in Abilene. Tonne; Archie William Is digging lor gold in Colorado. How things have- changed In Atchi son. Newspaper men now pay poll tax Mr. Uolyflold of Elk county ought to feel at home ia a Methodist camp- meeting. Colonel F. M. Keith of Pueblo, CoL, formerly of Kansas, has become deaf and a helpless paralytic Diphtheria is somewhat prevalent in Leavenworth. Two deaths occurred there Tuesday as a result. " : Charley Scott's boy, only t years old. knows his letters and talks like a book. Be gets it from h is mother. The Kansas-Missouri Thanksgiving football game will take place at Exhi bition park in Kansas City as usual ! The net result of the criminal grist in the Cherokee county district court was five men sent to the penitentiary. ! There is talk of reviving the Atchi son patriot; The Patriot is like an an abandonded ore mine wheneve...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 October 1896

PRESIDENT DIAZ, PRESIDENT PORFIRtO DIAZ MEXICO ON FINANCE. OF B Write an Initrootlre totter on Con dition In Mexico. Bimetallism In tJ United States Would lojnre Mexico, J General Porfirio Diaz, pricsldent of Mexico, is known all over the civilized world as a man of sterling qualities and sound judgement. lie was born in Oaxaca September 15, 1830. He was educated in bis nativo city and studied law. He sorved in the army during the American invasion in 1847, but be coming discouraged afterward be withdrew from the National Guard and devoted bis time to the study of law. This, however, was too quiet a theme for the Uery spirit of the Gen eral. Failing of ro-clection for the presi dency of the Mexican Republic in 1807 against Juarez, he entered a conspir acy of revolt- The republic having just been established, the people were In an unsettled and excitable state and Diaz's scheme, though it fulled in its purpose, yet was not without its ef fect ' Diaz left Mexico, but returned lator an...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 October 1896

Tfoutcb.nson Qwtte. Satered t the poetoffloe in Hutchinson, Kansas, as second olaes matter. E. 6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. TJBM8 Of dUBSCBIPTIOH, . 11.00 PER YlAB C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie JDr-uggist . TiescrlptionB a Specialty. Bocth Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST TICKET. NATIONAL. President of the United States, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska Yke President, THOMAS WATSON, Of Georgia STATE. Chief Justice, FRANK DOSTER, Marlon County Sorernor J.W. LEEDY, Coffey County lieutenant Governor, A. M. IIABVEY, tthawnee County Secretary of State, Y7. B. BITSH. Jewell County Treasurer D. II. HEFFLEBOWEB, Miami County Attorney General I. C. BOYLE, Bourbon County Anditor W. H. MORRIS, Clierokoe Connty CONGRESSIONAL. Congressman-at-Large, REV. J. D. BOTK1N, Wilson Connty Congressman for Seventh District, JERRY SIMPSON. Barber Connty SENATORIAL. Senator SOtb Senatorial District, FRANK C. FIELD, Reno County COUNTY. Trotate Judge, CHARLES ARNOLr, Nlckeraon laperlntendont Public Inatructlon, G. M. WO...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 October 1896

Dr. F. V. WoodaRD, DENTIST. Office snd reliince In the McCurdy-Gllle Building Sontbweat corner of Main and Suer man, opposite Wllnou block, UeslUerico on 4blrd foor. LOCAL AND PEBSOXAL. D. J. Fair of Sterling, the city this week. . has been in H. M. Wisler started for bis home in Chicago Monday. J. J. Cox, of Stafford, was in town the last of the week. Hear Charlie Bucber at the court bouse Saturday night. F. B. Babbitt, formerly president of the Arlington Bank, has been here from his home in Detroit. We are bappy to note tbe receipt of Rome fine specimens of Missouri l'ipln apples from Mr. Coberly. J. W. Ansbro, formerly with T. Martin & Co., now of Newton, spent Sunday in tbe city with friends. Topeka must have bHd a big time at her fall festival aud reunion. About forty Hutchinson people have been in attendance this week. Dan Scbmitt of Pretty Prairie, re ports the addition of three republicans to their silver club since it was organ ized less than three weeks ago. Charlie Bu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 October 1896

DESTROYED BY FIRE. MISSOURI MILITARY ACAD EMY BURNED. Blneteon Studfmt Hurt, Several Scrlnmly Mud tu Jump for Their Llvei Flamoi Break Out While All Are Asleeu Origin of Fire Unknown. Mksico, Ma, Sept, 25. Tlio Mis souri military academy, situated about a mile south of here, was burned to thegroiiui1 yesterday morning, caus ing it loss of 873.000 to the building suit a considerable loss in personal property of ctuicls, with insurance of only JIW.OOO. . One hundred students were In the building when the fire broke out, and. while no lives were lost, many of them had narrow escapes and received injuries more or less serious. The fire started in the east wing of the building, which was a substantial three-story structure of DrlcK, ana De fore the boys could be alarmed, had destroved ail of the central corridors, cutting off the stairways from the cadets. Cadet Clopton. 'son of the United States district attorney at St Louis, was awakened bv the smoke and sounded the fire call on his bu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 October 1896

I I. it mm$mm WTERNIONAtWESS ASSOCIATION CHAPTER XIII. URIOUS ao It may seem, I pressed Grant no mora to make a premature revelation of the mystery. His warn ing word3, his sol emn assertion that I had nothing to hopo for, when joined to the re membrance of Vi ola's grief and persistency m seeKins to avoid me had exercised a great ef fect upon me, so groat that I began to dread the promised disclosure. Until It waa made, I could at least tell my self that some day matters would come right. The look I had seen the last in Viola's eyes haunted me day and night. The last words I heard her speak, "Julian, farewell!" rang In my ears. Both look and words told me tha she loved me, but told me that hopeless misery was to be our lot No wonder I began to wish to postpone the knowl edge of the worst! We went to a hotel in London. I was moody and miserable a cheerles3 companion to the man to whom I now clung as for support and strength. Somehow, Eustace Grant seemed to be the only creature to w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 October 1896

EQUAL DOLLARS. A. Tw fterllnent Question Asked of tlM Goldbag Presidential Candidate. Iu hi address to the "notification committee" Mr. McKinley said: "The money of tho United States and every kind or form of it, fiother of paper, silver or gold, must be as fjood us tho best iu the world. It must not only be current at its full facoyalne at home, bnt it mast be counted at par in any and every commercial center of the globe, Tho sagacious and rarseemg policy of tho great men who founded our government, tho teachings and acts of the wisest fluiuicicra at every stago in our histe'y, the steadfast faith and splendid achievements of tho great par ty to which we belong and the genius and integrity or onr people nave always demanded this and will ever maintain it Tho dollar paid to tho farmer, the wage earner and tho pensioner must continue forever equal in purchasing power to the dollar paid to any govern ment croditor. ' If under tho "existing gold stand ard" every dollar, "whether of pa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 October 1896

"44 n TT tr THE OFFICIAL OROAiV OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1896. NO. 5; " s ''1 I J., INTENSE CENTERS INTEREST E CLOAK T HE extreme low prices which have et Imvo i'1 -'lr'"'' ' -vibration ua t ver.v t .1 "Uow oou 3'(iti hull answer, viz: bujr. llal times, a pinched S2.98 Each. Heavy Black Cheviot Jackets, 4 button front, inlaid velvet collar, $2 08 Each. Ladies Jackets, fancy brown mixed cloth, inlaid velvet collar, large horn buttons. S3.G8 Each. Ladic's Jackets, heavy beaver 'tloth, set in velvet collar. $5.00 Each. Ladies' Jackets, beaver cloth, vel vet collar nnd peckcts, combination bone and pearl buttons, full sleeves, $7.50 Each. HrlTuve you received one of our jet? If not, send for one. Vs&. l! . iKXr, V X8 ARTIN & C MERCHANTS. HUTCHINSON, v r ! r.i FRANK COLLBDAY, tfo.jG isorth Mam street. A BAD CASE Of grccorl. a Is never wauled In Our atore. Wa Silsbee & Scott, Ko. 22 S mtQUaln S...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 October 1896

THE GAZETTE. 8. O. lfsTTLITOM CO. X. 0. NlTTLITO, XdltOt) HUTCHINSON, ' - KANSA3. KANSAS ITEMS OF 1NTKBE8T. NOTHING TO EQUAL IT. ' JUr, Richard Mansfield at Wichita October 13th- ! Barely has such a dramatic treat been offered to the people of Wichita as is promised in the coming1 visit of Mr. Eichard Mansfield and his Garrick Theatre Stock Company, who come for one night only to the opera house, on October 13th. Mr. Mansfield is noted for the -acuraoy' with which he pre Bents all hi performances, and noth ing has been omitted; as a consequence the oxpenso and, magnificence of all his productions are tremendous. His eompany, too. is larger than ever be fore, comprising sixty players. It be hooves our theatre-goers to under stand the great cost that- the local management has 1 sustained in bring ing such 'a distinguished actor and company to this city, and it is to be hoped that the attendance will be large. Parties living out of the city can order seats of Manager of Opera House and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 October 1896

J ffiEEDING SECTIONALISM (WHO ARE THE BREEDERS AND IN ' WHAT SECTIONS IS IT FOUND? ' A Potty Lawyer from a Vetty Town Id a Remote Granger State " ''' It is deplorable, of course, that the tendency to draw sectional lines in a presidential contest should manifest 'itself, but! that ihere is a tendency and that it asjserts itself with' increasing 'strength from campaign to campaign ndinits of (no question. The Republic is again dividing in interest and senti ment as ii was divided before the war of the rebellion, only now it is the west and south; against tho east, instead of the south;airalnst the north. The east Wonders it this hostility, complaint of It plaintively when it threatens sett ously to Hurt, and scoffs at it humor ously when nQ. immediate peril is ap- 'parent, lint in neither state of mind does it ocjeur to the east that it is in anv meusure to blame. Advanced as ' ftne people of the Atlantic are in civi lization, they are not yet sarf ad' anced as to bo able to see them...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 October 1896

TDutcbinson feettc. Intered t the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, m second olua matter. E. G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. I IBM 8 Or dtJBSCBlPTlON, 81.00 P YAB C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty. STorth Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST TICKET NATIONAL President of the United States, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. Of Nebraska. Tice President, THOMAS WATSON, Of Georgia. STATE- thief Justice, FRANK D03TEB, Marlon County Honraor J.W. LEEDV, Coffey County lieutenant GoTernor, A. M.HABVir, Shswnee County Secretary of State. W. S. BUSH, Jewell County Treasarer D. H.HKFFLKBOWBR. Miami County Attorney Generil L. C. BOTLH, , . Bonrbon County Auditor W. H. MORItl?, Cherokee Connty CONGRESSIONAL. , ecuireseman-at-Liu-ge, BBV. J. D. BOTKIN, Wlleon Connty Congressman for Seventh District, JERKY SIMPSON. Berber Conuty SENATORIAL. lenetor Soth Senatorial Dlatrlot. FRANK C. FIELD, Reno County COUNTY. Zrobate Judge, CHARLES ARNOLr, Niokereon Superintendent Public Instruction, 0. If. WOODSON, C...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 October 1896

Dk. F.Vr WoODaRD, DENTIST. Offlce and rosldance in tlie McOurdy-GMett Building Southwest corner of Main and 8ner mail. opposite Wllsuu block, aesldtmee ou nuira ioor. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Miss Lizzie Downs Is sick. Mrs. Joba Ilostutler is in Kansas City. - " Mrs. A7L. Forsha has been ill at her borne. Leedy and liutkin at Hutchinson, Octo ber 20th. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Uaker are visit ing in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kour are In Kansas City. Alice and Carl Plate are visiting in Kansas City, Mrs. Cbarles Mapes Mid children are visiting in Illinois. . Mrs. J. L. Fenny and daughter are visiting in Topeka. Mrs. Charles Meuke attended tbe Fall Festival at Topeka last week. M. II. Potter and J. T. Wallace of Turon, were in tbe ciiy on business Friday. Miss Helen Van Zandt left for Mound City this week to remain per- inantely. Mrs. Jobn Meece Is enjoying a visit . from her mother Mrs. Safford of Paris, Illinois. . Nickerson. bad some big races last week. They were attended by a num ber of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 October 1896

HUNDREDS PERISH. TERRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE IN FLORIDA. Awful Effect of the Went Indian Hur ricane Eighty Uonta, With From Four i to Ten Men Each. Undoubtedly Lot ! Cedar Keji Almost Wiped; Oat. Iii Florida At least 100 people killed, many of them children. Many Injured. Property loss Incalculable. In Stanton, Va. An unknown num ber of people drowned and great dam- up? done. At Savannah, Go. Eleven filled; nine injured. Losses S'i0,00" "'"In and about Washington, D. Eipht ; killed and ; many injured, Losses STSOOOtt ' . . . .At Miitalle, Pa. Six children burned to death in ruins. .,. At Alexandria, . Va. Four killed and many-injured.' Losses $250,000. Near Shamokin, Pa Two killed and many injured.' Losses 5500,01)0. About Lancaster,'1 Pa. Several in ' Jured and $1,000,000 damage done. Off Milwaukee, .Wis. Barge sunk and four sailors lost , : All along the Atlantic coast as far north as New York and far inland-r-fcicores of people Injured and-hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of pro...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 October 1896

11 . Lot CHAPTER XIV. (Costindkd.) The Blips of paper wore certificates one of the marriage of Julian Loralne and Margaret, the other of the birth of Viola. Now I knew all I rested still and pictured my poor girl's unspeakable horror when she read that fatal letter and learned that her husband was her father's son by what she supposed was a former wife. I seemed to see her struck down In the first flush of the wedded happiness, even as I had been struck down. I seemed to enter Into her thoughts, to feel that It was Impos sible she could meet me again. I could hear her agonized entreaties to Grant t bear her away and hide her from me. I could understand now why she took no steps to clear her name In my eyes. How she even wished me to think her perjured and faithless, so long as the secret could be kept from me so long as I did not suffer as she suffered. Yes! -1 could understand what, rightly or . wrongly, she and Grant had Btrlven to do for my sake! On what a chance life turns! Why ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 October 1896

STEWART FLAYS NEWMAN. Kttrmda Senator. Caoatlo Lottor the Philadelphia Bishop. Tho following caustio letter has bora addressed by Senator Steyart of Nevada to Bishop Newman, who recently gavo veut to a savago attack ou Mr. Eryau and hia platform : Washington, Aur. 6. 1896. Bishop John P. Newman, Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia: Dear fciiR I am paiued to seo in tho public press a statement to the effect that yon lsavo joined the enemies of your country to oppress and rob tho great mass of your fellow citizcus. If the published quotations from your ppeccb;Lare -correct, yon have indorsed the clandestine legislation of 1873, whereby one half of tho metallic money of the world was destroyed and tho value, of the other half doubled. Yon havo also indorsed the schemes of tho money powers of Loudon and Now York to control the gold of the world, ad vauce its purchasing power, reduco tho value of property and services, and thereby build up a money oligarchy on tho ruins of tho repub...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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