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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 December 1889

Ijorron Advocate: While graduated or cumulative taxation operates to pro vent t!u growth of iudu.;fri;:l chlnb iUhments to pro j tortious me!.nr;,.bly (XVAi'dimj those of cotuph'h'iuvss or a 1 pi icy, it, il).s not. operate to pro vent th gro'Hhof t!i"iu iipti) the proportions of co jptetencM oi' hdeju::ey. Let us look into (kis mai ler siv why this is so. In a prior urf idol have prints! out 4!i;it tie.' productiveness of overgrown nnd unwieldy establisjinn'iits was, a compared with those which were just largo enough and no larger, against them that there existed a natural tendency , not, strong i nutih of itself but existing nevertheless, to keep in dustrial establishments down to the limits of completeness. Graduated taxation, as 11 discourager of over growths therefore, does not come in contact with ii colliding force that tends to limit or destroy its iullnence. On the contrary, tho cxistin;; or natur al inlhioncos are in line with it and combine with it, and aid in making it I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 December 1889

rrDHTANT NOTICJS SO OUH ' HCKIIlKItS. no ncit number of tho Advocati: W h bo innuod from Topeka. Tho ban incus has outgrown tho facilities of this oFuco, and this change ih made a necessity. Tho Advooatb w no Ion gor a inoro local paper. Its subscrip tion list has extended to nearly overy part of tho state, iiud to many parts ofothor states; and tho prospective incroaso in its circulation owing to ruoasures now being carried into effect, riocossitato oflico facilities that cannot bo obtained in Mori Jon. Tho paper will bo onlargod and othorwiso zra provod, and wo shall aim to mako it a necessity to overy Alliance honso hold. Wo aro also making arrange nxrrs to publish, soinotirno in Janua ry, a special edition of tho paper for general distribution to tho entiro membership of tho combined Order in thin Stato and o largo number will ( also bo sent to many parts of othor StooH.. This edition will probably 4 Mich ft hundred thousand copies. It will contain original contributions ,'rom n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 December 1889

The jrrat Auditorium building waH dedicated to LiUMC uiitltlii people on Nov. i), by speochorf from President Ilhrrison, Mayor Creier of Chicago and otherH, mid a Honj; by Adelinu l'atti. The Chicai pnperM calhnl it nu immense huccohs, and financially pcakin it was if you conu'dor how much money wuh paid for wonts- all the way from ?2.rj to ?2,(HH). In every reuse it was n 44woll affair." Tho Chi iiio Tribune nay very prophetically find almost dubiously: "Friends have wo hern the curt ain rise to-ni'ht on tho last act of that drama of humani ty of which Bishop Berkeley wrote? You remember tho lnwt lino, do you notf "Times noblest offering is the lru;t." Vo would say in reply, uo Mr Tribune. Time will make an olTer in not built of stone and mortar, but im enfranchised and wholly free hu , inanity. A $2,(KH lox for one even ing, holding tho richly clad upper crust of society, wearing fortunes on their backs and not a stone's throw away the starving, freezing, unem ployed iK)pulaco may...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 December 1889

BUS1N11SH 10CALX Faro rnnplo fiyrup nt Mouinr Good arriving il.'iiljr tit (lunlnwr'fl. Tnko a look at W. If. Wood' chwip fljmlinj; utovott. Go U) Moaior'rt and jot ihn Lighwt jirico for corn. Hell your corn to Garduor; will jmy you tho top pricn. Tnko your corn to MofiiW they nvj tho sumo iriw to all. Lnrgo Stock of Kolxw Rnd Blanket i;t the Now HarnwHii llouso. All Work and Stock Warrontod in ofoiy reHiK'ot. ItoHpt. Morritf. Friont IWh. want boiuo ono and tjvo-yvar-oldstt?orn. Don't forgot to ;otW. II. Wood'H .pfico on hatiiir aUnu All part it indebted to W. II. Wood will ploswo cull and nottlo. Partioti dwirinft mono on corn can jot it by calling on Prient Bron. A l)oar for salo. Inquire of W. W. l'HEBLEn. Cotno, fix up your accoontn with W. II, Wood mii.st havo th money. Warrantod pockot kuivw at W. II. Wood's. Coal at tho V. P. II. H. Nation 13 eta por bu-inch Delivered, $3.00 $i ton CmilSTMAB. ' Buy your ChristmaH preaontrt at Kondall's. Toil can buy a pockot knifo from wwity f...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

' ii Mi? C? r u i i , ; . UiJk. J:..L f).7(f M I Devoted to The Interests of The Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and other Kindred Organizations. VOL. I. TOI'KKA, KANSAS, JANUARY J), 1S)0. NO. 2J. Tlie Farmers' Alliance and In dustrial Union. KKl'OTtT OK Tllfc CO MMITr K K ON Til K MON K TAHY NYNTKM. AT THIS NT. l.Ol'I MKKT 1N(1. The financial policy of tho general Gov ernment seems to-day to bo peculiarly adapted to further tho lntreHti cf tlio sicculnting class, at the evponso and to the manifest detriment of the productive clai-'H, und while there arc many forms of relief offered, there has up to the present than been no true remedy presented which has Hccured a Hiipport universal o!ioup;li to render it adoption probable. Neither of the political partle offer a rem edy adequate to our necessities, and the two parties that have been in power since the war have pursued praeticlally ' the same financial policy. The nit nation in thin: The moat desirable and necessary reform i...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

TI-II3 ADVOCATE. 1 of all Mud of goods, and provided that tho westered Invoice of tin? goods ho de posited should bo made negotiable by In dorsement. 'I'Iim bunk of Franco din countod these receipts. In llano al'" eighteen million were thus advanced on colonial produce, and In I'lir! four teen million on merchandise; In all, Hlxty million were made uvallable for tho ptirpoHeH of trade. Thus, tho great IriHl I tut Ion had placed Itself an It wen In direct contact with every Interest of the community, from the ininiHtor of the Treasury downjt.o tho trader In u distant out port. Mko ahue liydraulic machine, it employed ltd eolonHal powers to pump a frehliHtream into the exhausted arteries of tnoh' to sustain credit, and preserve tho circulation from complete collapse." From the Hank Charter Act, and the Kate of Interest, London, 1H7U. This I proof positive, and a clear demonstration, in 1HH, what this system could accomplish when a necessity exist ed for resorting to it. Hut since that...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

TI-II2 ADVOCA.T2. Const It utlouofNutlon.il Fanner' Allbuicu ami IiuluMtrlal Union. AUTICLK 1. NAME AM) TO WICKS. Section 1. Thin organization shall 1o known as the National Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union. 8 EC 2. This organization possesses and shall exercise such powers tin aro delegat ed to It by charter from tho government of tho United States, and such further powers an are herein expressed. AUTICLK II. DIVISION OF rowEiw. Skction 1. The powers of thla organi zation uhall he divided into three branches, to wit: A legislative, an executive and a judicial department. Bice. 2. The, legislative department shall bo supremo in authority, and Its ses sions shall bo known as tho Supremo Council of tho order. Bice. 3. Tho executive and judicial de partment shall bo of equal power and au thority, ami uubordlnato only to tho legis lative. AUTICLK III. MEETINGS. Bkction 1. Tho regular annual moot ing of tho Supremo Council shall bo on tho flrat Tuesday of December of each year, and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

4 c;:d Indorsement of the nearest mb-unlon n:v.l hD controlled by an executive buiird of lub-unlonH. Farmers, in fact, whoaro I'cr-jtynally engaged in farming Hhoultl not U l:liurrol tniti membership, even though they nifiy own Mtork in a banking or other corporation as a means of Invent went, but in no wise devote their personal attention to the business of buch corpora Hon; provided that the bunk stock owno ahall not exceed one-fifth of agricultural Investment Persons selected to buy am tiiell as agents of tho order arc eligible, but f (Wions engaged in tho practice of law 'h l I I ..H-., ,.,!:., innmifup (turing, speculating, merchandising, bro ' kerage or commission are not eligible, ' Merchandizing under thin Bectlon Bhall mean such persons as give their whole at tentlon to mercantile pursuits afl a mean of profit and leading source of revenue kd distinguished from those who conduct stores on the farm for tin; benefit of those oln tho neighborhood, and controlled by a cioard of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

4Vo rerul cat n r . i . ,v''t of Allah dwells kjUlnpAO KjUlHi'n I ...... Vh , tw ,inlrf ,iri ju!nb, and blind? 1 It'll you by the splendor of (lodl that a tempest is brooding on his brow, there In lightning gathering In his hoiiI for you." Do men dream that be cause the (Jenlus of Justice has with drawn and no longer prehides in the councils of the nation, that therefore It has become deaf, and dumb, and blind? Lot thorn not deceive thfiiiMolvt'H with Huch del union. Wo are told that the tinj tint ami ruin ous exactions of capital and corporate power aro mado In conformity to law, I answer an an American citizen, as a North Carolinian, aye, an a descendant of our iWecklinburg fathers, that the tyran nical mandatoB of (Jcorge the Third, were accompanied by tho boastful declaration that he, too, wan the rightful heir to the Uritlsh throne. There Is no tyranny ho degrading an legalized tyrannythere In no Injustice ho ImprcHHlve an that which stands en trenched behind the forms of law. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

THE ADVOCATE. Published Evory Thursday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. TOPEKA, - KAN. TKKMS OF Ht'l'.SCIiM'TION Oitu Copy ()" Year " Twelve ennlen one year .fio.iio Clubs of Twenty copli'H or over,. . I.HI) I'llrll, Tlio -Jefferson County Farmers' Al lianco will moot lit Oskaloosa on Sat urday Jan. 11, lH'.K). Tho Shawnoo County Alliance hold a business mooting at tho hall of Lin coln Tout G. A. It. m Topoka on Fri day tho 3rd inst. Bro. T. J. McLain, Secretary of tin Northern Allinncn has entire charge of tho work of transferring tho nub alliancos of that division of tho order to tho Farmers' Allianco and' Indus trial Union, and giving them tho so crct work; and all communications re lating to this work should bo address ed to him at Poabody, Ivan. Bill. Hacknoy, of Cowloy Comity, has given tho people an essay on "Pol itics and Politicians." , Tho Capilal in referring to this effusion nays: 'We. have readearcfully Hon. W. V. Ilaekneyn Mniiy on 'Tolltles hiiiI I'olltlelan," iul)lllid...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

AVo wnd out a laro number of Bamplo Copies of tho Advocate this week, ami wo hope that Secretaries of alliances nnd other members of tho Order who receive, these papers, will tnko them to their meetings and show them to the brothers. Tho education al feature of our order in ono of tho Utmost imiwrtance, and one upon which tho final success of our wholo effort depends. To carry out tho pur poses of this provision it is absolutely essential that our members shall read Buch journals as are published in tho interest of tho Order and correctly represent itn principals, rather than those devoted to tho maintainanco of party and sectional prejudices. Tho policy of tho Advocate will always b in harmony with that indicated by tho National and Stato Organizations, aud it will at all times support such meas ures ns theso bodies shall adopt by which to accomplish tho grand pur ines of tho Order. Previous to tho meeting of tho St. Louis Convention. No absoluto settled policy had been declared. 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. — 9 January 1890

DUSTIKlAli UNION. IN Iltttt'lllttSOII KllllS. l'.uri tott Kans. rattcrsnn Kiiiih, Merldcn Kans. O P' IW.J I A Ij I ) 1 1 1 IiX JTC ) U V. National I-'ui-uhm-'h Alllainre ami IiuluHtrlul Union, rn-hhli'ht -I I" I'oi.k WiwIiliiKtoii, !.' Viee-I'irs.-1, Ci.ovk.u Cwuhrldtfe, Kim. Hcerctary-J. HI. Tuknkk, Washington, o. C. TiTa.Hiir.T-H. W. Hickman, mico.Mo. Lecturer -I!KN. Tk.HUKIJ., Washington ! ' KXK.l'LTIVK COINI'II. ' Tliwe years -K. A. I'attv, Mueoii. Miss. Twu yt'ai-IrtAAC M Chai kkv, Ark. OlIUyi'Hr-HVAN JONKM, Dllllllll, Tl'XiW. KXKCUTIVK COM.M ITTK.K C. W. McCcnm. Washington P.C Al.oN,o Wauoaix, Huron, South Dakota. J. I'.Tl I.I.MAN, ralia.llo, Tciiii. KANSAHrtTATKOI-TirltlW l-resldcnt-ll. II. C!i.oVicit Cninl.il.lKo Kans. Vlce-I'res.-W. II. Hwim.k, Aiiuimta, Kims. flccretary-J. H. Fkkm i, Treasurer-II. Hammiman, Chaplain-.!. 1'. Wkht, ii i lnn-r-A. K. IlICK I NMO.V, Anldstai.it l.cct.-VANll. I'ltATitKU, Neutral Ks. jhoorkeencr-J. H. Wli.UAMS, Itt-nt Ity Kiiiih. Ass'tDooskeeper-...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

m-ie advo c.a.t:c. WHY DONr I'AItMIXO PAY? J Vnnn U14 Journal of tho Knlclits of Lilior. what an ao this In for fool qucHtlonn, nnd the funny jnrt of It I tliiittliewe ho jink tin.' m do It with mich 1111 air of wiperl ority, an If their ankln a ejui8fnn mUlcd iho matter forever. I knew a le;irneil jtidje ojlco who Mettled the l;md que-Htlnn by nuking; "Hupjxmo you do awuy with private ownership of lund and thim stop buying and Helling land, won't you make It ImpoHnlMo to fix a valuation for pur 1)ohch of taxation?" lie dld'nt wait for an answer; them ankers of fool queHtlonn never do. They don't want anawern; they merely want to demonntrato thel r own cleverneHH by awklng them. They don't want them answered. The, wise fellows belong to tho clariH who lined to dlHpoHe of tho theory of tho diurnal motion of tho earth by anklng why tho water dld't pour out of tho welln and tho people, fall out of their bed when the earth turned 'tether Hide up. The ankers of fool rpiorttloiirt never d...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

V L".(y t Aor vwotli.ivei boon hHlgnittid ;: , ji; f tho Bupremt; Court of tho i iit.-i.tfi"!, eight of whom h.vo : . 1 u C'M?f J initio of the Court. TL w jiulgra havo Iwon dUtrlhutod In fun: ly-ouft of tho forty-two stated of tho A '.in ilc.'iu UlIom. Tha Euii.'lro HtiiUbaa had tho largcbt j.voVr, and KanaafMibout twenty-eight yt-.u'-i ft Ktato-li tho bust to bo honored In tho appointment of David Joahth Brewer. A brief analgia of tho dlntrlbution of tho ncmberu of tho Court In glvon In tho fallowing presentment: Nisw Youk. Thia Btato ban had bIx jnernfoe.ra. CMuf Justice John Jay served fora 1733 to 1795 and died In 1829. lirockhold Livingston nerved from 1800 to K'I-to tho tlmo of bin death. Smith Thomson, from 1823 to 18-W-to tho time cf hid donth. Bamuel Nolaon, from 1845 to 1872, died in 1873. Ward Hunt, from 1872 to 1382, died In 188)1. Samuel IJ'uiU'hford'waa appointed in 1882 by Pre il'.ient Arthur. VmoiN'iA. This etato has Jjad five mem Inn. John Blair nerved from 1789 to...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

TI-I33 DVOGyVT, ii i Ho Knights of Labor Department. rLATI'OKM OF lMtl.NC'irMIS. preamble. The nlurming development nnd ngri-H-Hivciu'i-H of tho power of great, ciipif.ali.trt ami corporations under tho preneiit indus trial Hyt.em will inevitably lend to tho pau perization and hopeW'Hs degradation of the toiling nififiHi'M. It in imperative, if we desire to t'lijoy the full bluings of lift, that unjust accumulation and thin power for evil of ag gregated wealth nhall bo prevented. Thin much desired objetrt can bo nmunplished only by tin united efforts of thoHo who obey tho dhinu injunction: "In thy sweat of thy fuco hhalt thou eat bread." Therefore wo have formed tho Order of tho Knights of Labor for tho purpimuof organizing, educat iny and directing tho power of tho industrial masses, It in not u political party, it is more for in it are crystallized sentiment sand measures for tho benelit of tho whole, people; but it should bo borno in mind, when exercising tho right of suffrage, t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 January 1890

i a TX-X33 , APQOAra;. 1 n a mi sm p'riRLUiiO . ! (HJCT DOOU NOHTII OF MBCOOK & PKATT&) K ANSA S A V E N U E, N 0 R T H T OP E K A A Comploto lino of Footwear, consisting of Mens?, Womens', Misses' and Childrens' Shoes. Also a Full Line of Men's Light and Heavy Boots. MEIl'3, - WOMEN'S, - AND - MISSES' - ARCTICS ALL KINDS OF FELT GOODS, These Goods are all New. Call and See the Goods and Examine our Men's One Dollar Brogan Shoes! Boots raado and repaired by tho bost of workmon. Wo arosolo agont3 for tho colobratod Xtockford mon's shoos; also Ladies' E. P. Rood Pino Shoos, Rochcstor, N. Y. It is a sin to cat bad broad when you. can got cheap, good LIGHTER PATENT HACKNEY PATEN J -or- NOEL'S PATENT FLOUR and have tho best bread on earth. TRY THIS FLOUR AND BELIEVE. Topcka Mill & Elevator Co. MRS. MARY MILLER. ' PHOTOGRAPHER One Dozen Fine Cabinet Pictures for $ I All klmls of nriiiH tak-n at a slight uM!tlm- il cost MEl'IDEN KAN. .REMpiyiBER THE PLACE G. . RETRO. THE 30 EXP...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

A ill 1 ft 11 1 VOCA1 J -I T"; 1 . L.1 I Devoted to The Interests of The Farmers1 Alliance and Industrial Union and other Kindred Organizations. VOL. I. TOIM'KA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1(1, IWM). NO. 22. Straight Talk to Farmers by a Private Citizen. Permit mo to cull the attention of your readers who fed Interested In the pros perity of Kansas furmerB and manual la bor of all kinds to the fact that the pres ent condition of farmers urines principally from five causes, all within their power to control us follows: 1. The effect of IntereHt lu transfer ring property from the ownership of ltd producers Into that of money lenders. Probably not one man in ilfty thousand ban any adequate conception of the tro mendious results of iutereHt upon the con ditions of all classes of people. Farmers and others who desire to underhand thin Bubjeet should procure and read and re read the book written and published 40 years ago by Edward Kellogg, of Con necticut, and now In print ad one of the L...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

llrportof the Oomptrollf r of the Cur rency. Thin report will Btund antho most ex haustive ami Ingenious plea for tho con tlnuuneoof tho national bunking HyHtm ever made. Nothing has been omitted Every point In itht favor hart been amplified, and many of Its bail features excused or de fended upon tho most plausible theory. Tho usefulness of tho banks, tho possibil ities of war, tho fear of bad national cred It, their uafety, honeHty, and even patriot Ism, bavo all been called Into argument. After all, stripped of Its deception und er roneous deduction, this report means, make banking moro profitable and tho pooplo can bavo moro money. It In In tended os a government Indorsement of tho National banking system, asking that ltd profits may bo Increased In order that tho system may bo perpetuated. A few points can only bo taken up at thin time. Ho says tho system was Inaugerated for tho patriotic purposo of furnishing a mar ket for tho bonds. Tho banking act wan passed In 18(13. During...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

Huntsville, Jan.lOth, 11)0. Koitoii Advocate. Pear Sir: Thr was a motion voted in (loud Will Union No, lO.'J Reno County Kansas, that tli following resolution, and argument, b published in the Advocate, and Kama Farmer, JirHolrrtf, That, we, tint people, choose our Senators in Congress directly (by vote of the people) and lolcel, That it be enacted by Congress, that a billion dollars of paper money can be converted into gold ami silver money In 35 yearn, and thereby save to tho debt ors of tho nation, one billion woven hun d red and fifty million of dollars during that time, and therefore would bo a reno vation of our financial condition. To convert paper money into jrold and silver money, we have, 1. To get tho paper money. For that ptirpoHO, Congress should pass a law, to issue ono billion of dollars In pa per money, which should bo loaned li rectly to tho people at 3 per cent per annum, and only on real ostato security, Tho property of tho debtor should secure the said money. 2. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

MVP 7 i, . ; ' .. '. h'i-'' - !: t ti r.f It'll, repeatedly, th:it )' i. r,( t'.f vV:rJ Iihtioi"l:Ui(,t)'t.li') I''i'ub i ,. ' I DtW-oi't'tlk: parties are, fe',td fr t. , , f,li't i.l ycus j-'ii St lia'ovbi'on.fcslmnly , , KtwrN-u made frojiajhe munodog..! , ; -vi the corrcf UK'iiH n linn iH't-j'uu " , submit tho utatcmnnta of the fee .. ; 4 cf tho Treasury, from , IH.y'J, .. .;'ve, oh th'WlviT Oolnago question. ;. 1 i.fniii from ci'Wimetit au mis tune, ,'.!' r HiIh: Html ran fully unil lr : nil) whether, you, could tdl . Demor r il- rcccmnieail.won irom a ncpuuiieiui . !ni Hiii lAtloa were it not labeled, and ( i whether all are not directly 1a oppOHl'- i ;,,'! to your intercuts.'-'" " .Jokn Sherman, (Republican) In his .He- ! ri f(;r i:tO, paw 19: "The Herniary ro- (.'. !.':.i!jy but earnestly recommends that d- further compulsory cylnago ouiieHi- r dulj.ir bo pu'spnded, (r, iih an alU-rna-,;v''y'th'At 'U' amount of silver In the dol lar be liu n bo an to make It equal In K-.lrik ...

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