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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

S7 i My -it . M.A J UJ y ti y i f f xcy -- " jr i vwwarss: ..h-m- "7 hYP sV7 Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL r. NO. a TOl'EKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 100. l(i PAGES. DECLIME OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC. All ISNIH' Ol' ItolldntO 'Tlltcll" tllH (jlCHlltUI'kH- HowtlKiCuititullHt rroliteil Hy the Sit uation How the Ikho f Howls IlK lt'llHIMl tllC ("out of Tlif War Some NtutlHllcH From Kmlnont Au thority -Amount of Money Ismled During the. War. M W. H. MOItOt.V. NO. 3. It is propor to state, in connection with tlio biuujoi-t troutod in the precodiug arti cle, that for every dollar of paper money Issued, there wan it bond issued to "catch" it. In other words tho bonda (bearing in terest) woro Bold, or exchanged for green backs or treasury notes, rind thcBO were again paid out and again exchanged for bonds, Tills operation could he, und wan, repented an indefinite number of times, and each tiino tho bond was ox ch...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

T2HI33 ADVOOAT, CALL rOK A MTATU CONVENTION. In jntnuani'flof a resolution adopted ly the iMme.nUon assembled at thniitAti) Iidhho In To lie.lcum'.lhui'Nday, thj LiU day of Jun, isoo, ulii UcutiwMUm wah rcmpOM'd of delcatea from tlm farmers' Alllati'" and Industrial Cnlon, the Farmer' Mutual r.viii'tt AuKoeliaton, tlm ration o( Himt.iindry, tli4 Knli;liU of lJUor and Mlm;to Tax Clutm, we heniby imm Mil mil nrH-.lci's convention to bftl.rld la tli city of'J'oiH-.kuoii VlClNtAY,TIXl.Trif DAY OK Al'UUNT, 1UD0, t') I'hU't! Ill iioiiilAutloiWAifJUlatcufor KUttl Offlee and to truiiHiu't any ami .tl luiHlnem that may be lei-lt.iinately brouiSit In tern th coiivrttMon, The following M M RH)rttoniuviit of ditto. Allen ft AlKliTMOII f AtelilKon U It.trber a r.iutou i Hourooii VI liown H 1'utl.T ciijiho a Cliaut tiiMiiil 4 Cherokee VI Cheyenne 'i (lay 0 (Lark 1 Cloud 7 CortVy (OIII.KH'IIH I Cowiey la Crawford 1 Hhvu a Decatur a Dlrkliimm 10 Doiilnhaa ft HimikIim 0 ft Lynn 7 l-ouan 1 Lvon S Mar...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

Tiro yixvoo-a.Tia. 3 AS IT H 10. K IN VICTORIA. A Ctmiiiiiinlly Where the People Control -Pnb II. Servian for th.i FuUlc (iood-All Kali way nml Telegraph Lines Owned !y the Ntute-A Pura-dine Imlnil-WliHt Ha Item Done ('mi pone, From Onee u Week. Wo u Kl not tho workingmen of till country believe themselves In dreamland if they waw aroimj them to-morrow n state of things dlsliugnishcd by the fol lowing features: All railways and tele graphs owned ami operated by the state not with a view of making money, but to render the cheapest and moat efficient service to the people; all street railroads owned and worked by the municipal governments for the Hnmo purpose; all land titlea registered and guaranteed by the state, ho that tho owner of a house and lot could Bell or mortgage it In flvo minutes by paying a foe of 5 or 10 cents In lieu of legal expenses; an eight houi labor day established for all trades with' out any resultant reduction of wages; an early-closing law enforced In the uho...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

rvx-m ADVOCATE. l ' '' Aim i umtumjLtixAitncx i:3 OKiiriAf. TArrii or tub Kanmah Statu lf A KM JUr.,1' Al.l.I A NCK A N l I NDUHTIUAL UMoN. rubllilied Every Wednesday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H. McI.ai.mn, I'reiildcnt, Hole .1. I'. I.I M KH(l KM Kit, Kll. Manager, V ., . , V. T. DuowM, Sce'y Treasurer, ) 1 n)l"" 1 H McUi.UK I F(llt()ri Mm An mix L. Dmkis j TKUMH OK HUl'lHCKIlTION Onrt Copy One Year Twelve coj!es one year $HMW Uubs of Twenty copies or over, .H0 each. A1vt1IhIh lUtm. Display Matter, 10 cents per line, Agate nicat ii n 'ine.m (M lines to tlio Inch) IU'4lng Notices, ) cunts per line. Address all communications to tlio ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topeka Kansas. TOlUiKA, KANSAS, JUNK 18, lflHl). ( Knterml as Hocomd claHU matter in the IYmt OflU'o at Tupelia, KunHUrt.) KI'I'XIAIiCLUIlUHr. Tiu Akvocatic A National Economist. .$1.75 " Chicago ExprcHH J.75 " Dottor Freo 1'renn 1.75 " Nonconformist 1.75 " Kanniui Commoner.... 1.75 " " Kansas Farinor 1.75 " " Toiler 1.85 Tmc ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

5 lien ill education, enlightenment and co-operation. All military tactics are out of order; all strafegorn, all trickery nro out of harmony with tho great Animating kpirit of tho movement. In Win very nature of Win case success depends 11 hii tho alignment wi(h tho better forces of our civilization. Tho outcome of tho course of action determined upon at this conference moans an entire right alMut-faco as to prevailing mot hods and practices in i)litics; it moans that- there must ho an end to corruption, fraud and deception; it moans that tho precepts nrul principles of tho decalogue and tho golden rule shall ho tho under lying principles of American politics. This declaration cf freedom ly the farmers and lalorors of Kansas nays to Wall street and tho money power: ''Thou shalt not steal;" it nays to tho old party tricksters who have ho often betrayed them: uThou shalt not lie;" it says to tho newspapers who are in tho service of tho tricksters: "Thou shalt mot hear false witness;" ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

0 TKit MNVKNTIOV OK INDUSTRIAL (HI OANIZATIO.NM. Pursuant to call of B. H. Clovor, pnv-i'dmt of tho stnto Farmers' Alli ance and Industrial Union, delegates nil tho several congressional dis tricts of tho state from tlio Farmers' Allianco and Industrial Union, tho Patrons of Husbandry, tho Farmers' ( Mutual Benefit Association, tho Knights of Labor and stnglo tax clubn assembled at representative hall in tit in city on Thursday, tho 12th inflt., to consider questions of vital intonvt to all industrial classes. Tho convention was called to order by J. F. Willetts, of Jefferson county, imd on his motion B. II. Clovor was eloctod temporary chairman. V. H. llanna, of Ottawa, was elected secre tary. Committees woro appointed on credentials, on order of business and on permanent organization. Pending tho investigation of credential sovoral qiiofllions woro informally discussed by tho delegates. By tho report of tho committeo tho sovoral organiza tions wero shown t bo represented by tho fo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

FOMTirAL (OWAKIUCK. The iJiwrence Journal-Tribune Meads Utility of Political Covtiirdlce nnd IIliiHtritti Id Theory by It Practice. There Is not a political j'urly lit Kaunas this year Imt Is afraid to make the Imwic and trust to htratald; work for success at tho polls. Tim Into conventions called prove thin fart conclusively. iAtiirrnre Junruul Trilmnf of Juno II. As this statement was mado leforo tho organization of the people's party, which took place on tho 12th, it wan, at tho time, undoubtedly true, al though it is n humiliating confession to ho mado hy ono of tho loading champions of tho g. o. p. Wo may add that tho courso of tlio Journal Tribune, as well as tho "lato conven tions calloil, provn tin's fact conclu sively." Tho entire outfit rely upon misrepresentation and falsification to insuro success. Thoro is not a repul lican paper in Kansas to-day that has tho courage to undertake a dofensoof tho financial policy of tho party dur ing tho hint thirty years, and confirm it...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

13 COUUESrONDKNCK. (Jlasco, Kan., Juno 10, lfiflO. Kdiioii ADVorATK:-Lant niht nt our regular meeting, Superior Alliance, after reading Konator Stanford's bill and i porch, voted unanimously In favr of it. Yours fraternally, H. T. Hlakk, .Serretary. (Iranada, Kan., Juno 5. Fditdii Advocatk: - Fneloso you hero report of Center Alliance, organized May III, 1B1H: Present, Fred Illskoy, (Vn tralla; Secretary, J. M. Talklngton, Ci tralla; Iocturcr, Jacob Poles, Centralia. Number of Initiated ten. This niakeH forty sub-Alliances in Nemaha county. J. R Rihlun, County Organizer. Hcandia, Man., June 3. Kditoh AiV() atk:- Republic County Alliance has adopted tho national plat form together with this resolution: Whereas tho farmer and laltfirors of the state of Kansas havo become, oppressed by iioffectual legislation, that our only per manent redress can como through legisla tion; therefor, be it Resolved, That it is tlio sentiment of Re public County Alliance, that wo out an alli ance liecket...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

0 Kfitoltitloiii I!kIiii AllliiiHf Adopt?! !' No. 'iOOJ. Ehion, Knn., June 7. We, the committee on resolutions, do hereby submit the following: Whereas, Hy tho opprcHhiou imponod on the laborers and ir iJuoor of thin country, mi J to defend ourselves niul families againwt (ho monopolies, combinations ami various tnints and speculators, therefore Im it Unsolved, Tliat in consideration of the aImvo grievances wo respectfully auk tho unty and stato alliances to givo tho fol lowing resolutions a fair and impartial con. Htui'utn, mibjoct to amendments by county .tiiii utaio alliances, tliat wo may thereby wii out ft portion of our burdens in a more jtfy manner than by lobulation. Slotulvcil, That we select our men to sell our stock and grain from the alliance, and ihey Khali be pliwod under siilllciont bond to ecuro tho fulllllment of the portion for which they aro chosen, and their Hillary shall l lined by the county and Htato alliances; nnd be it further Resolved, That we w ill not min...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

to SAM) TO UK NOT A TIU ST. The school Ux)k trust write ns tUt it ia not a truht, and nuVn in to :o -oiornlo in tho effort U disabuse iha minds of tho people urxm this lubjoct. If u comploto monopoly in tho publication and sulo of school lxx!:s, by which tho prion in kept at k.tnt HO per conk higher than it should h ifi not a trust wo aro at a Ions by what nnmo to designate it. "A rono by any other namo would smell just asHwrok" When thin school !ook concern goto ready in sell its publica tions at fair prices it will not need tho cooperation of anybody to re move suspicion from tho minds of tho pooplo. Tho people, aro not tiHually distrustful of a legitimate business; and tho most successful method of Kocuring and retaining confidence in by fair dealing. Thin in our first con tribution for the disabuse of tho minds of tho people on thin subject. If the tho aforesaid publishing house wants liny moro of thin disabusing matter it will bo freely contributed. Tine Meado Jicpiiblirnn unde...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

CORUKSroNDKXCR Manhattan, Kan., June It. Kwioit Adyocatk: -Tho iioxt regular meeting f I (Hoy County Fariiirrn' Alli ance will bo lioM at rMiinvHIo on Thurs day, July 1. K. McDon ai.p, t-W'y. Soi'Tii 1 1 vv i:n, K:in., Juno 11. KniToit Aimiocatk: --The Sumner founly Fanners' Alllanrrt and Industrial I'lilon inootH in the i'ity of Wellington on l Vty, Juno 27, at 10 o'clock a. in. Caiiky Tii.iuuv, County Ncc'y. Kditoii Advocatk: Tho Harvey County Alliance will hold u grand 1th of of July picnic at I5nthcr 1'roiity'n grove, live inllrH southwest and one mllo north of Newton, Kan. F.vorybody in invited to attend, (iood HpoukiTH will bo res ent, ami no pains will ho spared to make tWa picnic a grand hihtchh. I). Kiiomkh, County President. Mk.kidkn, Kan., Juno 10. Knrnut Advocatk: Th next meet ing of the Farmem' Alliance and Indus trial I'nlon of Jefferson county, KaiiHns, will ho held at OMkalooHii on July 1, com mencing nt 10 o'clock a. in. and contin uing in hchhIou at leant two dayn....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

12 KKXATK HI M NO. 2H0fl. "fotJii !!mi!iM l'vl I'. Morton, n htli'nt of tUt VuuM WiJiK'H urn.ile: D?:ak Hut: - Ah master workman of L.r.vreneo bcnl Assembly of the order Xr.i of Labor, of America, and by .tuihorliy of said Assembly, I ad drew you In behalf of senate hill No. The members of Lawrence Ijocal Ah iu?mbly, without distinction of s'x, color or condition of servitude, are ho1I1 for ia) bill, and every Knight of Lalr In honorably pledged to work patiently ami harmoniously to secure all the rightful advantages tiitm jlut'l by It. First, through tbo congress of tho people, If pos sible, or, second, after tho p'ojln faith in and prayori to their congress have wholly failed, through their own native talent and Indomitable epirit, tludr own organized window and elliciency, guided by patriotism In the use of that perfec tion of power, that unity which moved tho great grandfathers, and which ro quired equality of rights, privileges and opportunities to all, and stimulates to highes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

Tim jVD-yoaTix 13 OFFICIAL DIItfOTCKY. NATIONAL FAItMKtty ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. rre.ildent U I- folk, V.MMncton, D. C. Vln I'rciildent. ... It. 1 1. 1 lover. ( Umlil iii". K ri. HforrUry J. Jl. Tuner, tVanhtitRhiii, I. 0, Treasurer .....II. W, llhkman, l uxlt o, Mo. lecturer Itcn. Terrell, Washington, 1. C. txamtlvt LruiwUr 1'Uxwi yearn- JL i. 1 ally, Macon, Hiss. Two ycars-Iruuio MoL'iJhken, Ark. One yrnr Kvun Jone OuMIn, Tel. Jt,'rwvfle t'mUf.0. iw. McCujte, ,Wh limlou, D. C: Alono Wardall, Uuruu,bouhL J. F. Tllhuuii, J'ulfiieuo, lean. UAN3AS (TAIl'VimM' ALLIANCE AND INDUMTUIAL UNIO. l'reiddunt 11. If. Clover, CamhrlJje, Kan. Vice rrcNldeut...,.W. 11. lilddle, Auku.Oj, Kan. Mi-crrliiry J. II. French, 1 lute hi n ton, Kan. Treasurer II. ItauKhman. Iturrton, Kmi. Chaplain . I. WeKt, lalteriwun, Kan. lecturer A. V., 1 kliitvtn, Merldcn, Han. Awn't lecturer.... Van II. I'ruther, Neutral, Kan. doorkeeper J. K. Williams, lu-ntley, Kan. Asu't Doorkeeper.., A. W. Taylor, Newton, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

14 official. IMSovlog that in the education of the common people In the principle" of good L'ovornuwnt ami economic question", and n'n.I In all things pertaining U the well It injr af our people and our country, and to tho end that our children may not go out Into the world to make the iitfht lor tuUtowo single banded arid alone and ignorant of the true principle of co-operation and organization; hut that they may ho enabled to profit by our failure ad well ua by our miccemwB, and taught their dutlea an citizens and as free men and women, and that In united action alone can complete wicnun bo attained; there fore, lt ... , I have oHHumcd the reHiionalbllity or naming Sinter McLallln, of Meridon, Jef ferson county; Sinter Hattle V. lieMin, of DanvllK Harper county; Sinter Nich ols, of Klk Falls. KIk county; HlBter Florence 01msttaU, of Douglas, Uutlor county; and Water K. J. Wrljfht, of Con stant, Cowley county, Kansas, as a com mittee to bo wnferred with as to the beut means of brin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

15 For Handmado Farm Harness AIHIIFHH OSCAIfc KKAUSS, Jobbor and Manufacturer ol saddlory CooiU No. 224, Kanaat Avenue, Tapeka, Kansas. HtweLiI attention l'Iviti to mall order, lire or miuill, for anything Id thu line of Saddlery, leath er, Wax.'lhreitd, Needle. A win, etc. Ht:it what you want and I furnlili prh e. IMiitlUon ADVOCATK.J Jp"1 "" L1- Farmers' Alliance taraacc Comgany OF1 ILA.NOAO. Full Information on Application to Fred Jackson, Sec'y, MolMltM'MOIl, KllllM. 11. V.. Sim'.t. T. 1). Thaeher, K. M. iiiK, 1'H'bltUnt. Vl rrenltlent. Heeietary. Tlic Tojsia Comisrcial Security Co,, 807 Kantii Avenue, Topeka, in:ike liberal advimeeH, Hit month tooimyeur, ut reasonaliltt rati'H on unproved Nioek (tale note or other k'mm! collateral, and allow Intercut on tlnm deposit!. f .1 IXL WIND HILL OVER 20,000 IN USE Having ucsiienscu f :vttrrz"j' . .IH t r -k v it I I n ir IP" f - - fl 1 salesmen will point rclluMt) loeoT acots. 1 uhanlng agent of AMhnure pre Jtrtd. Send for Catalogue dlH...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 June 1890

ISO Txrn ADVOOATB. :::Iie ALLIANCE GALLERY ifAlrMmM- 1 .i!t Ivn in vonr I lit l- t. to i'ii to the MJ N D II K I. N I) ifiilli'ry. !K)5 'i .. ... . i.i.. i . .. . i.. .1. .. ... i. Mu i. . ii llio l..u I M u win li t hi Ill's! . I ' n, n ii mi n iium til ihuih'" 1"' J I" " " "" " "" . .... if i f .u i.l iL.T.I Hii-i.l. urr:(iiiriil i':illiTV III Hie fit V. illlil Willi HCVCIlleCIl Vl-urH VX Ml UNCI .' , I mix ready to I'liiniM'tii wlili Hiy ninl nil opposition. 1 Invito you Id compare our work i i i .1 i.i l.i.r !l,.rl..M l.i ih.i ili ii ill.l nli'liiri'M i'iii.IimI uihI I'lil.'iirL'i'il. J. C. SUNDERLAND, Photographer. Nortli IllVP In tlin Willi il H 11 EffllMIJ Mffl CO, V20 MAIN ST., KANHAH CITY. With hp, Jewelry, Clocks ami Mlverwiiro retailed lit wIioIonuIo prices. floods sent ('. O. D. with ivHk of examination. Correspondence solicited from tho Alliance member. THE R. N. HERSHFIELD JEWELRY CO. Jko. It. IHkhjc, 1ko. Ilti.MK.rt, (Iditu of White b Holme,) President. Vice he.ildent...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

if X 1 1 v ft M IF I ' u (ft Mi' H : y (( If V VP' r Jjt J - :J -1 L- i..a Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. I. NO. U. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, .JUNE 25, 11190. 10 PAGES. r DECLINE OF THE AMERICA REPUBLIC. Tin- Ureal t'oiiHIrary - Tln Huzzard Circular. The Hankers of Amorlcu Issue One. Tlie Passage of tl' Ntt tlonsl lltiuk Hill. How John Smith Profit By It-The HaiiUnir System In Hit1! World. ItV W. H. MOKUAN. NO. 4. Wo now come to Inquire into tho reason why the money ower ho persistently (ought tho passage of tha legal tender bill. While the nation was struggling on the buttle field to maintain Ita existence, there were gathered about tho natloual capital a horde of tho bane, venal and selfish, not to Bay unpatriotic capitalists of Kurojm and America, who Bought to make use of tho government's necessi ties In tho darkest period of Its life to on rich themselves. That thin spirit of selfishness ami greed wan...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

Original. THE STl'IUlY XiaOW.V HANI. II Y A IK IC IIAItR. HuggcNtnd by "Little Hrowu Hand. A poet renowned In my own mdi lariil Once sang you a song of Hut I.Itiln Hrown Html. he pictured It future In pulU-t ami n, In the el.hcl of sculpture ami fame of Rrrat men, I'cthap there are (tome whoso names are re- IlOWrtl'd - Put how many hands are now big and browned Yet know not tin glory of chisel or in n, Tut toll for their loved with Hut might of tnut men. There are hearts that art noble ami live that are gll'llt Who kiuvv naught ol fame or honor of state, For who It more noble tliun he that will give All Hut strength of hht yearn that hi loved ones may live? When you talk of the noble, the gHMl,aml the great Itate not the brave toller 'neath ruler of state; For what w:ih the power that developed our laiul? Wan It pallet unci chisel, or sturdy hrowu hand? Who built the proud vessels that nail on the Seas? Who leveled the forest? who felled the great treeH? Who drove back the savage? w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

wn.i coined and only a limited demand fur our silver wan created, the price of Hilvcr bullion continued to full; whereas if it hid hfirn placed upon nn equality with cold, no far an our laws could do mo, if it had been boeu itilrnitti'il to free and unlimited coin. hi of money, no surplus, of silver bullion would have accumulated, mid the price of Hilver would not have been depressed ly a supply exceeding the doinand. I'ndcr tho law of 1K78 every secretary of the treasury hurt continued to purchase tho minimum amount required by law, beinjfbut t'2,(W, UK) worth v-r month, thordy creating an littlo demand an possible for mlvr bullion, which ht-lH'd to diminish it value. 1 iimi.it that that wart not n fair andequita 1)11 execution of the law. It is very clear that if the secretary hnd purchased $1,XX, (XX) worth of bullion r month, or even three millioiiH, instead of two. thereby in creasing the une and demand for Hilvcr. ho would have increased tho valua of silver bul lion. There har...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

OrrifiAi, FArm ok this Kavwas Static lr a if..i Kitu' A i.i.i a ( ;ie ANilKiimritiAr.UNioi I'ubllwhed Kvcry Wednesday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H. HcLam.ik, rri'Klilf nt, ) , J. 1 I.iMKiniKNK.u, 1uh. Manager, . , W. T. lUtowN, Hec.'y Treasurer, ) 1 rol,r"'1 Mil. ANNIR L DltKIM j TKltMS OF HUIiHCKIITION One Copy Ona Year tl.00 Twelve copies one year $10.00 Clubs of Twenty copies or over I.ho nu ll. Advcrtltilux J late. Display Matter, 10 rents per line, Atfato meas urement (14 lines to the Inch) lic.'i(Hn Notices, 20 cents HT lino. Address nil communications to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topaki Ktnitt. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNK 2.r, PM). ( Entered as second claim matter itt the VimI Olllce at Topoka, KansaH.) sri:t'iiiCi,L'n list. Tyie Advocati & National Keouoinint, ,$1.75 " Chicago KxprewH 1.75 " Dexter Freo l'rens 1.75 " 1 Noncoufonnirtt 1.75 " Kaunmi Commoner..,. 1.75 " " Kunnas Farmer 1.75 " " Toiler 1,85 VAU. FOR A NTATK CONVENTION. In fiursuanee of a resolution adopted by...

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