The Illustrated American

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Nevertheless, why should we endeavor to make the public—the public who buys
our goods—adapt itself to us, rather than ... The second is the Society for the
Relief of Destitute Children of Seamen at New Brighton, Staten Island, where
both boys ... are here; the bookmakers do not have it all their own way; they are
content with a far smaller percentage of chances. .... States can admit the free
coinage of silver without losing its gold and ending by having only silver money,
like Mexico.

Collier S

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The dealer or the Kalamazoo experts who have made and sold them for years? ...
Rare chance to establish permanent agency. ... favorable press notices, and is
being talked about by the - public more than any other published within the last
twenty o years. ... Agents Make Big Money Selling Our Gold And silver letters for
Stores and Office windows, easily applied. ... “Why not?" “I'm sorry for her, sir.” - At
that he laughed outright. "You can keep your pity, my girl. She don t want it. I do.

Gleason S Pictorial Drawing Room Companion

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Scarcely had they finished their benevolent duty, when a gun was heard, and
then another, and then a third, at intervals ... “Without either sign or sound of their
shock, The waves plowed o'er the Inchcape rock; So little they rose, so little they
fell, ... out the smallest of the three bells, and the smallest weighed a good fifteen
hundred pounds, and having silver in its metal, ... The ease with which he could
in this way get money for his need, so emboldened the wicked baron that he
came the ...

American Architect And Architecture

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The cathedral is the centre of everything, with its big plaza in front, and in its
neighborhood most of the business is gathered. ... The Porto Ricanians, I imagine
, do not care to send any more of their money to Spain than they are compelled to
. ... The vibratory movement of the earth travelled with greater velocity than the air
-wave; so much so that the shock was felt in the ... men are coming to clcaily
comprehend the drift of things; the outflow of gold is no longer a source of
apprehensiou.

American Architect And Building News

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The cathedral is the centre of everything, with its big plaza in front, and in its
neighborhood most of the business is gathered. ... The Porto Ricanians, I i|nagine
,do not care to send any more of their money to ... The vibratory movement of the
earth travelled with greater velocity than the air-wave; so much so that the shock
was felt in the city and the suburbs ... business men are coming to clearly
comprehend the drift of things; the ontflow of gold is no longer a source of
apprehension.

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Business Week

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THIS GOLD MINER GOES DIGGING FOR A MOTHER LODE Vancouver's Royal
Oak makes a hostile bid for an outfit four times its size NOW, THE WHITEWATER
HEARINGS HAVE BOTH PARTIES NERVOUS GONZALEZ WILL. WITTE: THI
LAC PIOHT LOOKS BRUTAL- ANALYSTS OIVI MR A SO-SO CHANCE A ?y l t?,
a ♢ V! ' hmm^-sPYD ESS ... Circus also was slow to expand to new locales, and it
was unable to keep competitors, such as the mgm Grand Hotel & Casino, from
luring ...

Congressional Record

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Our businessmen could keep right on expanding in France and other countries
while we were piling up dollar debts. ... France's grab for gold, then, was really
designed to damage the weakened dollar so badly it could not be used for
reserves. ... The proud old Bank of England was facing the second day of a huge
run. ... British collapse under pressure o: been considerably worse than a Shock *
d devaluation of the pound. coun Waves would have rolled through every *try
outside ...