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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

T1-XX3 ADVOCATE! KENATOIt IICFFKIIS MAIDEN srCLCII. Tho Capital in jrnt now eorcly troublod about Senator Peffor'a maidon fljvoocli in tho United States Bormto. It says: Tho keenest, Uie most aecute Bad searching aniily&ls will be iiuido of his nnnnclal propohl tlons. If thia (shall bo tho caHO it will bo something now in the manner of treat ment of tho Senator's views. The cuNtom in Kansas has boon to treat them only with ridicule. No Kansas politician has yet boon found to atand op before Senator Toiler and under tako any "accurate and searching analysis of his financial propositions." Nor has any Kansas editor boon found who has felt equal to the tawk. Tho Capital continues: He will bo Interrupted with pertinent iuo ttonH. His asuertlons will bo pierced with tho keen point of Henutorlul lnmlMltlveness, Senator Toiler will be delighted to gratify this Senatorial inquisitivenoBS to tho fullofit eitont; and if wo mis tako not ho will likowiao avail him eolf of the privilege of t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

G TimJ ADVOOATOS, KNKiim of lisciruourry. Va t poi'iibiliticj aro op-n a to thiii tciv organization. NGlwitLskmling accrot politics iro an abomination in tho night of tho politicians of tho grand cM party, yet this now K:vcrot poli tied organization will undonbtodly rocoivo thoir hearty sapport in view of tho groat benefits to tho American pooplo that aro expected to result from Sir. Blaine's policy of recipro city of trado wi4,h tho American na tions. Hon. Samuel It. Tutors, lato CcogroMsman from the Sovonth Con gronnional district of Kansas, says that tho ordor is extending very j-cpidly, and that applications for charters have bion received at hoad qnarter3 in Gardon City from every state and torntory in tho Union. Ho eays, "tho now order is taking prodig ious strides" When a new ordor thus springs suddenly into prominonco and prom ises to bocomo bo important a factor in tho politics of tho country, tho pooplo at onco bocomo interested in its principles und purponcs and natunlly ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

TIIIS -AJDVOOATEl 7 HANDS ELKOW DIJ.V IN THE BTATZ TREASURY. Five members of tho KansJiS State Senate may her eafter bo known to the people of this commonwealth as ruod crn adapts in tho commercial end mathematical elements of addition, division and silence. In tho mani festo issued by tht Representatives of the People's House they aro espec ially mentioned, nnd their names and residences are as follows: F. P. Harkness, of Clay county; C. H. Kim ball, of Labetto county; II. C. Kelley, of Crawford county; Joel Moody, of Linn county; T. U. Murdock, of But ler county. This body of patriotic Senators most felicitously fityled themselves n Senate revision committee, appointed under Senato rosolution No. 1)1, which was offered in the Senato on the afternoon of March 2, 1889 after stato legislation had ceased by Sen ator Kimball. Senator Kimball movod tho adoption of his resolution, which motion prevailod, and Lieuten ant Governor Andrew Jackson Felt appointed tho committee undor tho rosol...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

0 wirnixfi'XN Kwro-uiL common- T.'ir, jfAnnif.na' xltkiiu:tion tohatiojt- AL1HM. l)j;-n.iIngN"itkm&l'flm according to that vVi"h will doubtlesn be the outcome of tlo vjitoca socialistic, educational ton (!,T.:!ea cf the present time, we nmy Btijr that it will be a condition la which the teduetr5s and activities upon which large numbers of paople depend will be conducted on a large and Byttcraatlo real?, with the bowjflta, the proiiia and tliii Ubor distributed among the workers acd consumer In a Juat and equitable proportion. It ia not pretended that thla definition includes all the thoorles or alma of per O'jr.s calling thomaelves Nationalists. Bat the definition will bo accepted as a par tial statement, and If It be regarded 03 uuflmuhed or Juvenile Nationalism, It liEU at least the merit of powiibllltlea for oxt3niiIcn. Claiming merely thla much for Na tioaalism It will seem clear to moHt peo- plo that it U the Inevitable or ine not hopeless future. Of the large enterprise al...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

A FEW COMMON BE.N3S QITJ,TI0."3. To the KiilL w of Tu K AJDVOCATE. J. V. Farwell, retired Chicago m?- chant, writes to the Independent that 75 per conk of the Kansas mortgai are nujita payable in gold; that free coinage of silver will not help them; that in cane the measure should become a law, gold would retire, Oliver and silver certificates circulate at discount and mix up things generally. Ho write an If the eame party waa to continue m power. We propoue to him the following: Suppose that when the new party comes into power la "J2 they find 8,000 tons of gold and 300,000 tons of nilver lying more than useless In vaults under the capital, that they conclude to deface the coin and sell it at auction to the hlgheut bidder for papor money and conclude to coin no mora Bllver or gold; what would their gold mortgagee bo worth? They had bettor look a little out; It Is dangerous to be Bafe, sometimes. The next Congress will be composed largely of members that have been schooled in econom...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

10 AJDVOOilTIU OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. RATIONAL FAltSl ftRS ALLIAIIC" AND INDXJHTitlAL UNIOIf, TV, J !mt I. f Polk, Wiuif.lwton, 1). 0, vi tt-rrMliIt)rit....l. m.Ciovit, ;miiriij(r,, Kan Mocn tn.ry J. If. Turner, WanhUiiston, I. (', Lcctun r J. K. WWUtji, MoLouitt, Km KANSAS FAKM Kits' ALLIAWC25 AND INDUMTItlAL UNION. lroMttTnt , ..I'rank Mrflrallt, Ilnlolt. Vkw-rrrwlrtmit Mri, K.K. Vl'-Jitvry, Km porta. HT(tary I. H Fneni-n, Topka. Tmiurr A. (J. KiulrT, llurllrutame lym-tarwr Van H. rrattior, (''Viimmiii, Aiii)lnUtiit UicUitvr H, M Kcott, Mcriierton CITIZENS' ALMA NCI? Off KANSAS. Tw.niU:nt I). 0. Zurdwr. Otathri. Kan Vino rr'Hlilntif ..Ira l. KiMhw, Columbus, Kan. fl'j'y..W. K. Iilj.;hUrilr, Cottonwood 1'allH, Kan. Trntriurer VV. II. Toiler, Oswego, Kan. Lecturer H. II, rinyder, Ktniman, Kan. Kxrsniiiv (:ommuitn,l dMrVT, Joint KU)tl .,,! ,M.,f... If II If,. u. 1,1 1futr1t II li;U;V.h dlfitrlft, (f. W. Manih,' Chairman, 'To! tf,k. Ka turns; bmi dlHincr,, A. llemiuonist: cm ainmcl, w. m...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

Tim abvcoati; ; : 0fe Eotik-kwLiliKr, fttiorttiand, TKvtpblnrr, Fcn- manKidp, lypewriUnff, ami nil other buuum:i branches thoroughly lrt.iiL'hL OmiliiHti seeur rood portions. baUJ, ijtl.SO Ptil WIZVL, bond lor circular. it itrj? iff ffnnfit ff.ni fiiTi muiu iiua:.ii iiy'jn rOUT SCOTT, KANSAS, Is the school for the maws, tltudontg can enter at any time and Arid climes to suit them. Total expenses for board, room and tulUon art) omy f .a to t& per tenn of 10 weeks. Chinnes are ar- ranneq w alt an wbo come, touiy young men aiul women wlio have attended school bm a short time enter every year. If you cannot attend but a abort time, enter the K. N. 0. Coma and sven teu weeks with ua this year. Hundreds will do no. vmie ror 'trcuiars ana caiaioj'iie. mrorma Uon freely given. I). K. BANlliw, Preuldcnt. II a thorough and practical Institution. Com merclal Shoi thand and Telograph Departments, mouern bumnon like methods, itxperiencea in solictors. Unccua!ed facilities. Hoard ll.GO per we...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

12 TX-XXS A2?VOO-fc.TEl C03:iiC3FOITl)ENCI Do Not If ant 8-h1. ULVHHErt, March 11, 1801. Kmtoji Ad vooatec (Jratit county uaJou jracd the following roaol Atloa in regard t3 thi act lato! panned by our Legialatura to furnish seed grain to the southwestern farmcra aad ordered it to be published la the UIyana Tribune,, Kama Farmer, e,r?,d Tast Advocate. Itc.iolved, That w, (Jraat County Alii u:?.o0, do net care to hare anything to ilo wiih the matter of carrying out the pro tlaioaa of tbe act pai-eed by our jremint tfljiislature, furnihinj seed grain to west ern fannrn, for the to won that we believe that the ect bj amended by the Senate wan never intended to bo of any benefit to the farenrs. , Fraternally yours, W. L. Heaiidhlky, Bocret&ry. Emroa Advocate. At a recent rnoct lug of tho Atoh!non county Y. A. & I. U. the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That it is Me sense of the At dih jo County P. A. A I. U. thai railroads be aaccwd per mile on the earns bunia aa o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

OFFICIAL. Toi'KKA, Kan., March 21, 1S3L We are receiving bo tunny letters from di.Tsrfint purta of tha atuto lantltj our t.Ute lecturer, Van H. Pratliar, that itli tank to anawr thm, and would aay f cr ia formation of all that Brother 1'rather la doiotf all he can. We will and are ar ranging hid dates forhlin whtrewe think ho cau do the moat good. We will bm you datoH and hope you will bo tatlafod with them, aa it will bo ImpouolMa to have thera changed. Umo your utmost to have pood audiences to hear him. All meetlngH ndvortiHtxl by ui aroopen meet Injf, and all are invited to attend. Come one, come all, and bring your famillon with you. After open mwtlijyou can have cloaed doore If dcclred to oxerapllfy the oecrot work or tnj other matters that belong to the Alliance only. We want Drothor Prather to attend an many county Alll&ncos ui he can through the month of April. We request all county eecrotariea to lot ua know the date of their meetings. Frank M(5riATir,Prcaident J. 11. F...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

14 ;- (.i!.Si mi 44.UTi..t a I tiwl nf -.! nli'l! I III f '(iKIIllty. U Ol 'il i. A'l l' -j. Jt vU ,4 i.,JL kWl.iM-H.l! wit:!.' II IT. HIGC3 s CO., E-tifers a:id S!ii?::rs cl Groin O.NLY AUTlKVMZttD AlXIANCiB AOtmrS. E24 Ciichattgs BuECtXEn J, lUniai C"f, ?.'. Jurt reports furntttfio4 fr- Corrrtrpun- pnmttiUy atleruisd to. Conolfnmenr, so- tcum ai:d l. ijr.ru auvaacas maoo. A. D. JOHNSON. O. L. iraNITMAN. President. ' Vice PraAlttnt. COMMISSION CO. OH, KILL r;.323STS, ETC. lfc' nwue mention Tin Advocatb. r. JKI.KE. JOHN r, JBI.KX. F. JELKE & SON, COMMISSION MARTS and dealer. In - CrccLti Corn, Kroori wilts, TwIiet, Wire, Brcom Tccli tnd Broom Machinery. 47 Wilis! Stmt, CIXCIiaiTI, 0. COnttKHl'ONDKNOn SOLICITED. Jtoferonce National IaFayette Hank, Clncla naxl. Mention Hits paper. l rt,.r.,., ..j;- .... " . i i . KeilUOO TUB ADVOCATK, i " Tho O. It. OTKAM FEED COOK k EH ban mure square feet of beating surface than any other boiler of tho same capacity. It will hold J gallons inJ I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

.EEE23 imVOOATZl 15 H. PATTERSON &. CO.. WHOLESALE BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. Turin-" NVt Caah, DO Piiya" 419-421 Kaln t., Kami Ctty, tta. ALLIAIIGE VnOLESALE II ICffl USE. THORNTON BARNES, 241 North Water Street, - Philadelphia, Pcnn. WHOLESALE RHGES Our HoiiHrt WMionwof lh K1r WIm!mJ Grocery Iloiiff In th country to com out xM?y and wnl.yl.l)KAfil)IKK:T WITH UIKKAKMKKS ALMANCK AT THIC I-OW1C.1T WIKH.lt HAl.K ric'ICKM, All Uu khxW w tmndto wo jmrcliawj direct from tha lMuMiig Injiiortcn and &Un ufacturers In hire amount. Wo curry a Largo and Complete Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Sugars, Syrups, Molasses, Teas, Coffees, Spices, Ac. Wo would be pUuuuvd to rwilva A tki al order, and compare tlio o-uiNty of our Grocorlna with what you havn own UKlnji. Wo Kuaranteo to pleeio you, and you will obtain lure Good and Full WcUtnt. la dealing with our House you Buy Direct at Wholeaalo Pricco and Savo tho Middleman's Exorbitant Prollta. Wo obtain Through Frpftfht UU which you wi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1891

10 irj,!1 lie, LI yidLj Trtv'r-'sxLi., ?Tnr..?( & allt.i ii'--4 CO., tract, yield, Cjtdfii a .id Tr thc's, 0fl': fJo, fc'.fl. fv (ii I for CAt.Vin'u. ' LL'-Ut'd Fro. M.'J 11.: at. IuU Am, KAitNArt Cit, llO. SEED to cnrrcionK & imumjc:, f.rnis, Fluid tntf i-f if v tucvii. tune Scud and Cntoit tMs. Jtn Smith 4th lit, - tit. Jtmtjtli, Mo. CorroHpondcneo Noddled. SEEDS A3!l YOUH DEM.OZ FO wvptii run tn r;: m r. COG AND CANADIAN BF.GT IfJTOE -W s (J L ...J""- WORLD. llVE-lOT LmtKhhUhtU, U. SMOR NWOOD V. A. EAEEIS, Proprietor. LIirvVCOD, Lcnavonworth Co., ICAlTOilH. RulMUneo, nh, early maturity and (pood fellir quality the Objects BOUffht. The larg. nt xbtlrm herd of M-iotHi Khort Horn, ronoUtlnn of CnUluttumk VUUrrii, lAivmdtr, VbiU-u, titcrrt. llrawiih lhnU. Kdiuthir OnLU-.n Drm, tin. Imp. Crn Kni ght (WI3I) at head of herd. rX'UnwiMMl i on K annni MvUlon Union Taclflo It. 1L Farm Joins station. Inspection In vited. CattfoKuo on application. Mention Aovooatk. IIP 1TOU SHOULD W-A...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

, . . ; ' f ... I J S ' ( , j ( ! A :' A At Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 33. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL a, 1891. $1.00 PER YEAR. vu TllK EARLY HISTORY OY THE FARXZI ALLIANCE. Kansas Still In the Lead-Tho Order Orxsn Ized In Thin State -The Rebel Urljcadler Scare Exploded. II V Q, CAM I'll EI.U The following circular was kept stand log la United Tibor, and of course visited each poutofflco in the United States, and produced an effect which wail magicul: ' 'HIE NEW OOSPKL. HUMCII'LJtS ABO DKCLAUATION8 Of Till VAKM Ills' AHnUUIOHKtlH'oO-OI'EnATIVB UNION. None: Cankers hare thoir atiflociations to inoroano thoir powers; railroad com pa nics oornbl.ee to opprotw tho people; me diation, manufacturers and nearly all othor clartsoa of nooiety except tho farmers hard thoir unions for tho protection of their par tioular craft or business. The farmers con stitute the largest clans of society, as well ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

l.t to convert It from ti noble purpfxe, conceived by I:a founders, into a tax jtherln;5 machine, to enrich th few, fi.-ul hnpoverbh tho ra.vjy, Betting at cmght tho divine lav, "That In th sweat of the face (halt thou eat bread," and substituting, "That in th Bwcat cf other men's facet we nhall be filled, with the choicest product ond the fatness of the land." Fourth To enable tho few to live In the greatoot splendor and tmaoa vaat for tune, at the expense of the public, Con gress and the legislative halls of state have been appealed to, and the throe great forces in commerce, which, la juf tlcrt, can only bo exercised by ft govern ment la the lntoreat of the whole people, namely, currency, transportation and tr&iiismhmion of intelligence, have been ruthlensiy turned over by the govern ment to corporations, who are thereby enabled to lay and collect tribute from the people, the same as the kings of the old world; governed, ia their lay ing of tribute, only by the law of uwhal t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

Tim ADVOOAE per and criminal labor of Europe; that none such miy In future be landed upon our shores (bo they Chinamen or any other nationality), and that Congress ahall adopt ouch meoaurea an shall to neces Hiry to expel such foreigners as aro al ready hero who are conulderod aa Inlml cal to our American Institutes of govern ment To bo conUiui"d.) MKTHODS AM) COST OF IRRIGATION. To til K.iltor of Tnc Advocatk: The Kansas State Legislature and the national CongroHB have both adjourned without doing anything looking towards the Inauguration of anything In the way of Irrigating northwestern Kansas. The bill for the Irrigation of that region by means of welln and pump, Introduced by Mr. Hicks, of Norton county, would have enabled the homesteader to do something. Its merits, however, failed of recognition, and It did not become a law. Tho total lack of Interest la any at tempted solution of the problem of Irri gation, bo far as the homesteader In con cerned, shows conclualvely that the ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

' ,-v ,y,7 av N. R. P. A. ruhlhhed Evory WednnudAj by th ADVOCATE PUCLISIllHG CO. A Mff.if.f.mr. PrunMiMif J. 1'. l.tMCiiuiiMX'it, I'm. &ann v. r. liuowK, tvv.'i treasurer, ft. IVUJLAM.IN. FiHtof. J.C.IIciiiuhi, Associate IWUrs. irk Koto 'roprtetars Timia of HUiuicaiiTiofi Or.rt Copy Ono Yeur , fl.Cfl Twelfo copies one year tiO.fW iuj) 01 1 wenry copies or over i.ao eocn. Alcrtlilj;j lUtm. DJopffiy Mutter, a) cents pr Use, A .gale moa- uriaera (M unns w uio Men) J'oii.t::i,'( N')Ui;f, 40 criif.l per llfiflt. Alircis ail cuniruunicaUous to tlio ASVCCATE PUBLISMIJCfJ CO. Ti?ili Unset TOPKKA, KANSAS, AVIUL 8, 1301. (Eutml MBooflnd ckmi matter La the Tout G;.!oa Rt 1 opal' a, Khtuwi.) BIMJCIAL CLU11 Liar. Tai Auvocati A Chicago Hiprcm 1.75 " " DcxtorFrei Trow 1.75 " 4 Nouooaformirst 1.75 " Koric.M Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toiler 1.85 " " Kawiaa Farmer 1.75 " " Weekly Nationally.... 1.E0 " " Our Own Opinion 1.50 " " National Reformer.... 1.10 Habucriptions under this offer will bo credi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

IJy eonsoiit of the Hou&o it tbat time an appro rilAttjn of l,i)0 was made to pay the expenses of the same. This Home refumid to paf lite ex penses of that commlttoo exceeding the til JjW, un less Itemized statements were filed w'th tho audi tor of statu. After atrugxle lusting nearly a wvk, tho Home forced the rev lalon comnilUoe to HI their MIL That till U herewith Included, Ue m ly hem. Tlif to Itf tun, It will be understood, were In ctufl of a fix hI appropriation and made In viola tion of the Liw ly Houatori of the slate of Kan sas, which law provided tor their Imprisonment la the penitentiary la c ase they r- xceoded the ap proprlatlon. The House Anally paod the bill which left thes3 gentlemen fret. "Thin Henate revision committee did next;to no work at all until they discovered that the Kepub llcaii p:irty had gone to lu K ansas, at gathered from the election returns of November 4, liWO." Thus did a prominent Republican at tho state houso doclare. And yet, in tho face of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

TCUI ADVCOATI1 t:i imwnmw tin. HO. IV. Ia previous nurabors of Tim Advo cats wo have publiubed tho text of tl czb-trofwary bill, together with each ether matter aa Boomed nocemury to a fj,ir undon.tandiBg of thin proposed nunasuro for tho relief of thedoprerflci; condition of Auioricaa agriculture It will bo our purpose in & few sac coodiog numbers to present Biich ar guments as wo doom best suit! to illustrato its importance, its necessity. and ita remedial value, and to answer ouch objections an have been and may hereafter bo urged against it. We Biibmit in tho outset that tho ridicule to which it has been subject, and which ban been tho chief argument (?) aimed Bainnt it by both tho Demo cratic and ltepublican preen, will not bo regrirdod or treatod as an objoc tioa. It id a very easy matter to pass a proposed reform lightly by with a simple wavo of tho hand and tho re mark that it is chimerical, visionary Utopian, and entirely wonting in good eonfcc. It is very easy to prono...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

7 BENJAMIN IlAnRISON A YEIIDANT SOPH. 1ST ON FINANCE, JUttUPttl'DENCB AND JUSTICE. Seventeen years ago a Yolo college professor declared: The time must come when the people will loam that to rule ty the hiiihII men U the iwMt expen sive mill ruinous of all methods of government. On August '.), 1878, Donjamin Har rison, in a speech at Richmond, Indiann, thus spoko of tho tre&Hury noto: It li undoubtedly trim that the legal tender ima'lty and the uuullty of ln-injt receivable for customs ami Internal taxes would give some value to anything, however worthies In Itself, but not a ccrUln or fixed value. Tho quality of being legal tender, ald-d by tho promise on IU face to piy, could not keep the greenback at pur. Nothing but convertibility into coin can do that for any paper money. Mr. Harrison wont boforo the Americnn people in 1888, as the Re publican candidate for President, and he was elected, having had 2213 of the 491 presidential electors. Tho following table of states shows t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

3 :ii';.;t iuvmwxx nwzEWD go cn Tho followicg is froci tha JLtrpr (Ircyhic, which paper has a forrj?.! i.i:t)r: The mbiJtute mortt'V Lvtf, wtotca Benatar I (:;( offered lu tit Hnwito l;u;t ww.U, j .autn! by tho tio!i.it,d but Ji'foawJ ly tho Alllunt Il j'ist). The text of tlm ttll reals at follow! : "No execution nhnll Imme on any Judgment fo foreclosure Until the expiration of two yuan from tltim of the rendition of Judgment, la aH cmei wherein the coats of inch action shall be paid within nIx mouth And tee Intercut on tti jMil.rMK'iit nhull Lo p:U'l Kern! annually and alx thelaxrit, NotltltiK la thin act shall apply to prociwllntfj la foreclosure of EDorf.tcrt whero the property h;ii twa abandoned nor to mort Suites heretofore executed." Thin U especially what the farmers of this coun'y wanted livnt fall. They were piuslng .round petitions laut full nuking for a redump tion luw, but when they socurej control of tha Ktritt) BfjvrroniMiit thoy left It for a Jlcpubllcan Hflnator to I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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