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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

4Mm j advooat: Tin National Economist announces a change in ita clubbing ratt in con eoquonco of which the price of Tit Advocatis and Economint will here after bo Sl.'JO. Tui National Citizens' Alliance was organized in Topcka last wook. The convention wan largely attended, ant the eouaiona occupied four days. The general purpose of the organization i political education and to further re form along the lino of the People'i party movement. Further particu lara will be given next week. The free coinage bill again pafwo the Senate on the 14th by a vote o 10 to 27. It now remains to be ween whothor the autocrat of the Houoo can again defeat tho measure bo uni vorsally demanded by tho people, Farmor Funston's constituents are anxious to hear from him upon this Bubject We have rocoived from a corres pondont a Bet of blanks sent out to Alliances by Itobert P. Porter, asking information concerning the strongtl of the organization, "puroly in tho in tercet of the organization itflelf." Our ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

0 THE ADVOCATE. THE PROPOSED TWKN'TV-FIVK JUDICIAL DISTRICTS. Tho Senate revision committee have proponed "iin net restricting tho strio for judicial purposes and fixing tho terms of court in tho sever al districts." Tho bill ia not very equitable in ita fcriuros, but, if properly revised, it may provo to bo a fair foundation for one that will eliminate from tho nurnbor of thirty-nix judges, eleven who each draw from tho fctato treas ury ?2,50() per annum. There ore now thirty-fivo judicial districts, and Sedgwick county has an additional judge, croatod by tho Legislature of 1880. Below will bo found tho proponed twenty-fivo districts aa reported by tha Senate revision committee: Vote of DUt. Cowdif.n. iw. 1. Atchison, Prowu, Doniphan I'i.W 2. Douglas, Jackson, Jefferson, Lcavcn- worth lfl,Wi'. 3. Wyandotte 7,l'-"- i. Anderson, Fnmklln, Johnson, Mtiiinl Kt.orj 5. Uotirbon, Crawford, Mnri 15,!;h 0. Cherokee, Labette, Montnomeiy 10,:i'.rJ 7, Allen, Neonho, Wilson, Woodson l'.tiI5 B. C...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. 7 Dooolittle, of Chase, Webb, of Shawnee, and G able, of leaven wort h, were appol n t ed the committee. Oo'.Motion of Mr. Douglass, of Bodtf wlck, a committee on rules was selected, which confuted of the speaker, Douglas, Noeley, Doollttle, Campbell, of Mtafford, and Newman. On motion of Mr. Sunn, of Dickinson, a committee of throe was appointed to wait on the Governor and Inform him that they were in readiness to receive any message from him. The committee consisted of Messrs. Ronn, King, of Tre and Alexander, of Anderson. Mr. Hico, of Ilourbon, offered a resolu tlon promotive of economy in space on Journal records, reports of standing com mittees, etc., which wan reform! to com mittee on rules. The Houho adjourned to meet at 1) o'clock a. m. on Wednesday. Aa nn observation let it be noted that on August 13, lS'JO, P. P. KWor wan chairman of the People's state convention and that Pen. C. HlcU was secretary; and that live months later, to a day, theme gentlemen were m...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. 8 ulid in excoisof tho maximum capacity, stated to b 1,200. During tho two y'iir, tui itnted by Superintendent JJnlmnn,'T.!5 1 plioutinns for admission have teiv.'i Lhx rejected for wont of room, aoooj U'A upon removal of other patieuts, or iuhJmuhI. Hundreds of insane nro biiux kept jn coun ty j.uls mill poor houses for lnofc of roora lu the asylums. Though the J,unamLi woro then urgent, the lati Legislature maJ'no provision for additional buiUHnfM forth insane. Tho iioodj In thin direction Lave grown with ti mci. and thero should to no further delay in tho discharge of our winni ti'Kt duty to then unfortunate people, , t , Tho board recommends additional ett tajr',1 At Osnwatomio, and an exocuthe building at Topeka. Tho additional, rt tj;f at Ounwatomio would give more im mediate relief at lens cost than tho executive building nuggestod for tho ottlcors at Toro ka; but, in any event, I heartily indorse the recommendations of tho board thai A third asylum for the insa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

THE ADVOCATH 0 matters horoin prwentad, touching the in terontJi of the nt.it, will recI ooufUJcrale attention at your handa, aaJ elncera! truift in that your labor during th ion ruy ba both plermant and proluUa, thia com munication is ronperifully Bnbmi'Atvt Lyman IT, JIcmi'iisxt. KxeoutiveOttloe, Topeka, Kanmui, January 12, im. A very large numbor o( LIlli (soventy one) were Introduced; Mr. Douglas, of Sedgwick, having oorae to the front with a large number (fifteen) at the start Mr. Brown, of H&rvejr; Mr. Rice, of Bourbon; Mr. Webb, of Shawnee; Mr. Showaltor, of Sumner, and other gentleman introduced bills, and, Judging by their titled, some cf the bills were quite radical in their nature. 8KNATK, Thla body convened at 12 o'clock, m., on Tuesday, Lieutenant Governor Felt In the chair. Senator Mohlor, of Salim, was elected temporary Secretary, and lu reading the roll call, all of the forty members being preoent, except Senator Berry, of Marshall county. There are three new Sen...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

10 THE ADVOCATZ orneiAi Dtntorony. W ATI ONAILFAKMU HH' A t LI A X'C RARI) INJJCUnilAL lMOJf. fM-ttent I I VnVt, Yr.-.fir'on, FX C. ti:ivl'rei.ldout....ii. Il.CUwor, CruiiiiM (o, Kan. r'ocniUry J. 11. Turner, Watlilruttu, l. 0. Lecturer J. Y. WilJlta, McUutii, Kan. KANSAS FAIOUIW ALLIAfCOlC AND IJiDlSTUIAL UNIOtt, Ir:riV1',nt VlcfrPrcKlderil.... Hi:rciry TreMuirer Lecturer . Wninlf Mc.flrath. TlidolL .Mra. K. It. Vlekery, frn porta. Ml Fraeh, Tnpfka. A. ('. Faster, Hurllmame , ..Van H. Fruitier. (Hunthiit. Assistant Lecturer H. M. rkott, Mcpherson. ClTIZEiN'S' ALLIANCK OF KAN J AS. Frw.Ment.. P. C. Zcrcher, Olathe, Kan. Vic President. .Ira I). KclJogrr, Cohunlnis, Kan. Pc.'y..W. F. Jthjhtmlre, Cottonwood Falls, Kan. Tnwmufer V. II. Porter, Oswego, Kan. Lm-turer H. K. Hnyter, Kingman, Kan. Lriumlivi OmmUfre.-Ul dlntrtct, John Htod dni; dtatrlrt, It. U. Foy; 3d district, . 4 Hi district, (l. W. Marsh, Chairman, To reitn, Kansas: IHh district, A. IIirjquorua: Oth hsttkt, W. M. Taylor; ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

:E ABVCCATIl II MEMBERS or THE- Farmers Allianee You are invited to mil, examino and get pricurt of our Clothing, Hats, Cap AND ,J J mm rDaiiiSDiiio gooes. -Wo have an- All Worsted Prince Alter! S:!t fur $12.75 Tli largoiit Block of OVERCOATS in the City, GREENWALD & CO., 507 Kansas Avenuo, TOPEKA. PiftMA mention Tn Advocate. It. E. HIGG3 & CO., Receivers and Shirks of Grain Only Authorized Alliance Aoenth. 324 Exchange Building, Kansas City, Mo. MArkot reports furnished free. Oorrennon deneo promptly attended to. Consignments so- uciumi aim uoorai advances maun. WA1JTUD MARIENTHAL & CO., DEAIJIB IK Hiics, Tallow.Wool, Fnrs and ShscusMns LlllEUAL ADVANCKH OX CONfltONMENTH. No. 36 Main Streol, . CINCINNATI, 0 n7-HarneBS Hides a apoelAlty.-fl References, Kuhn A Sow, Uanhcr$, A. I). JOHNSON, Freuldrnt. Q.L.RRINKMAN. Vice President. lOHHSOII-DBIHKn&n COMMISSION CO. ml HILL PRODUCTS, ETC". ""iSSSis" ism City. a. rioase mention Tii Advocate. F. JELKE. JOHN T. JEI.KB, F. JE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

THR APVO0A.TH 1 ICAM.1AS I.KOIhLATUJiK. (OWl-mI fnm idrtJth juiqa.) FnrAlla; Tucker, of Men; Vail, of TV :; TiM and Kesvaon, of Alien. ,t Jtcuraaco Jackoon, of tIcIV.?:on; LVKjsne, of rottavatomJo; Donovan, of IMrarcV, Templeton, of Geary; Iirov;a, cf.Wr.aon; Lovltt, of ItuBh an J Douglas, cf r.rdgwictc Labor Wagoner, of Phillips; Jackson, cf llcPLorson; Jonco, of Cherokeo; Tnn lir, of Labetto; Lowla, of Ouage; Hand, cf Crawford; Ilehrlgof Walaunuce; Staa K y, of Ellsworth and Clover, of Neoaho. Illlitii Mitchell, of Bono; Bhowalter, c5 flumnor; McConkoy,of Ottawa; Camp IIU, of Stafford; Nixon, of Cowley; Coona, of Miami and Bryden, of Grufln- 4 Minos and Mining Dolan, of Ballna; Ifardaabower, of Butler; FlaKer, of AV-lson; Steele, of Cloud; Jono3, of Cherokee; Donovan, of Edwards; Lowia, cf, Oaage; Morrla, of Clark; forty, of Cnvord; Center, of Decatur; HiahoiT, cJ IJougha; WHlard,of Leavenworth and 11 -pa, cf Sheridan. Pecsl IcBtltutlonBDunCB.nt cf La betto; Gable, of Leavenworth;...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

Jl. HP- ADVCQATIl 3 coNC.itraiioNAi, ( Cmifinurd from fifth pag.) done J the bettor for the country. I am for undoing the wrongful dooin we nate aono. i am lor removing ino let5" ditwriminationii which have been made iwainrt nilver in favor of col J. and I am for the United State loading oil In thin ail wo led off m the othor direction. Ihe 1iutej Ntatea has cauMod the demonetization of sil ver. Our acts and onr olllcera havcaufd it. Senator Evarta of New York, said: To-morrow will be nit months exactly from the date when thin Senate and the Con irroHn came to a dooiniou unon the currency of the country in reference to the metalio bartirv In my juJjjruiut nothing whatever has intertened iu the a If aim of the country, or in the RtTaTrt of commercial oountriwi with which we have relation that should re new thin agitation or should have brought ua to a new determination at leant on the subject an it wna then nettled. The cold nation and the votariea of that ntandard abroad have for fo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE,,, Full laforrAttion on Application to Fred hticccn, MoXhfon, llftnJB. 13. IIUIVAHE. EUffi & HULVAI, , V VOSE & SONS ft HiAMtfWJ AND M ARLINGTON. STOHY & CLAF.K Mil. VflB W? 'I Bold on easy imymonin or for Cahh at Lowo.it l'rlowt. Kfory inatruraont warranted. Writo fof caialoji'uwi. TOPEKA Helical nl Unta HARWOOD 8KMD F OH CATAMXJUK3I 'I UK WO ELD I GUITARS Violins. Banjo. Acoordionn, to.' iixoTiTirra, Mvlto a a Twdalty of all Chnmlo and Buralr al IMa ciwxvi. W liave prattled medicine and auwiry hfire fur itruwn years, and lurUi that Uma have L'i ..(.wNtiuliT hundreds of chronic caa which bad leblaUxlllte aWIl of local physleiAnB. I TT ATIFtAfl CITY. WE CURE ALL F0M3 CF OHK0HI0 ljZJ' ni'qFA'ii'H- i i'"""-'" J.W. JENKINS & SON, 015 Main Street, - no, r.lx:culo or : lr,t.jrt'nt to 1 :STEtLi.iA ruk of Toxica: John D. Knot & Co., hikers, ToMka (Mens Bank, World Topnka; American Bank, North Topuka. Bond for pnraea imi 01 tym . MS. JaULVAWK. PUINK ft MULVA...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. 15 TECH Kl Ml) l .11 1!) iiSllillt lid Tho Kwhm Alliance Exchmgo Company is now locatod in Ktmpxn City, Konejia, in tho Hunted Uaildmg, Minnofiota Avenna The Secretary of iho company, II. VV. Sandusky, has moved hia ofiico from Topeka to the B.unio plaoa Tho bnainonH management; U now Li tho hcaito of tho executive commit too, which is conipofieil of thrw lucmbora oi tho benrd of directors. Last year tho hnninwiH was done with tho fctockholdrs only. Tho county trustee Htockholdors at thoir annual mooting in October instroctod tho board to adopt tho co-oporative plan of hu?.iaw.L Ta compliance with eaid matruo tiona the board has respired to do this at cnoo, and will in tho fnttire do bumnenn with all cI&bkoh of poopla, whether they are stockholders or not. Tho company will Boon be prepared to take care of all f,ho business in every lino intrusted to them. At tho clcno of tho buflinews year tha not proJita of tho bmsinora will bo divided aa follows: Forty per cent, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

'.3 Li !1 hxvAi co., Criai. FliU, Cutis ft nA Tm 5odi, Cnlaii 8os, tic. tU'idforCi Uloruo. Milled Free. 11. M il '.J U. LflUi AVO., KANMA.1 CITT, MO. ATTSTM &r0BAY fry Emporia, Kansas, -iMX'Cr.Txrj." ,'.':.: nri 3 Off- Pnnnh Elli Sic, WssiMs, FBBtato ('niirill Tlnnnh flrnnnh m um hum. riuuuu uui USD STOABD E8H) STfiUIOIIS MID CARES. i ntt t t Uflb'itat Kwat Miiy-uni verenotobtiirod to take tbe rofuae from dealers at exor E It? fl,Si in ordS to ob&n mult, thereby mabW ui to ill better animals at bettor prices, I Jz .:: i . i,ir.K tiun thnnKt. mn v t.htir Ann In America. WaavaaUothamort aupetlor sjt'riai opnlJn companies and stock ayndicatflaln this eountr and lanur Batluf.uWn. We c .1 wprtrtaf VMatim to cur referencei. Hi Atm it will be .n tAit we are not handilnsr cn tat. ..i,-.; jji u-e roiurw nun oi uciwi m r.uuin. ; u ret a i.i'inre transaction, a pd antaaJ, a valid guarantee, and will compete with any Ann In Ainor Ica Ofi r e and twins lerSio. .., Wr'f.e im for dewripuve...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

eme -ir"" Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 23. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 211, 1891, 10 PAGED.- AN ADDRESS. "Truo Exr'll'i:tt vs. Kl)i'ir noo." brothers, Bisters, friends and neigh bora, think not for one moment that I come before you elmply to display my power of eloquence. I Book other and higher fields in which to lend a hand to elevate mankind. Should I dealre to grow eloquent, I would moet cortalnly (aa I shall have occasion to do) borrow my worda from our distinguished states man, Daniel Webetor. I do not potjuoiio the adequate ability to do justice, even in the sllghteat degree, to the all important questions which are now pressing upon the people and claiming their clooe and candid consideration. They are ques tions of vital conaequence in which every true American citizen la, or at lead; should be fully Interested. And why? Because, my brethron and friends, on your action now, in the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. A KOLUTION OF THE IlAlLItOAI) PR0I5LEM, To tli IMltor of Tint Aivx:atk. When railroads were Introduced Into I against tho people, the result might the United States the eroat influence they were capable of extrtingon the pros perity of a nation was but slightly un derstood. Their colossal power tia a fac tor in the business prosperity or adversi ty of a people wan unknown; and tho only way to uncertain the true principle, which should control their manngoment, waa by experiment. When wo lu char tering our Unit railroads gavo the company tho exclusive right to operate tho road, we gavo them a power, the tremendous Inlluonco of which on tho welfare of our people no man or body of men could foresee, and made a prece dent which hnH since boon followed greatly to the public detriment. Unscru pulous men like the buccaneers of a hun dred yeara ago speedily discerning the opportunity thus made for preying on the commerce of the country speedily so cured, In a large degree, con...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

THi: AD1700ATR 3 pniwonger and freight rates, and may call to their aid all sheriff, coroner and constables. They may prosecute In any court in any county In tho state of Kaniuw for uny infringement of their rules, orders and regulations not strictly oomplied with by any railroad or any railroad cor poration in the fitato and shall have power to end for wltneuoens, contract and papers they may desire In their In vesications. Ri-solred, That for the purport of mak ing our state printing permanent and In the near future a saving to the tax payer ami the hoada of families, we erect a building aa a state printing watabllnh ment, and therein pi int, free of coat, all echool books for use In our public school throughout the state, said booka to bo considered state property, subject to such rules and regulations aa may be recommended by the Btate superinten dent of public Instruction. We favor a Btate Buperlndendent of printing to be electod by joint committee of the Btate Senate and House...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. t n Ml N. R. P. A. Publlafcod Kery Wedneudiy by the ADVOCATE PIMIGIIIL'G CO. 8. MgLalmw, rret.ti'Bt, . ) u, I. r. mmkihihni.ii, ru. HAnaij'ir, , . W. T. iuwjww, hWy Treasurer, J Proprttor n. ftiuiiALi.Jn. editor, J.U. lUnunu . Diauii, J XModate Editors. ' Ono Copy On Year 11.00 Twilva vuU on year 10.W) Liuas oi l wenty coxitis or over,..,. .8() m, Dlnplay Matter, !W cents per line, Agate moos- erf inotn (i i unos m me inv.nj liii4Jii( Notlotvi, 40 cents per lino. AUlronj nil communications to tni :V3CATE PUSLTCHiXa CO. Tepek Kifltai TOPIEKA, KAN., JANUARY 28, 1831. (Entered an second claws matter in th Port WJiCIAL CLUB Liar. Ti Adyocati Jb National TCoonomiut. . " " Cuiofifo Eajrw 1.76 " " Doiter Frea Prena 1.75 " ' Noaoonforxaif t 1.75 " Kannaa Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toiler 1.85 " " Kaunas Fanner 1.75 " " Weekly Ns.tionaliut....l.EO " 14 Our Own Opinion 1.50 SENATOR INQALLH' SUCCESSOR. t ( r ,1 . ' . . i ... v.. Judgo Peffer,of the .Kansas Farm er, was eoloctod on Mon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

THE ABROGATE. 5 CONOKEMSIONAL. Monday, January 19. Senator Harris, ofTenne'eee, addressed the Senate on the matter of Its rules from time lmrae morlal, 80 to epealc, as follows: Under the constitution tho two Houses of Congrws, with the approval of the Presi dent, can not abridge tho right of free speech or of the pris. The rule throughout all ofjthiii broadband of ours in universal an to the absolutd freedom of speech and free dom of the prws; and tho Senate could not abridgo the right of free speech upon any nueHtion but for the clause of the oonstitu tion that I have read, which given to each Hotme tho right to make its own rules regu lating its proceeding. TtiA Kniififn is r continuing body, and when a new Congress meet it has Us code of rules in existence, and they are tne su preme law of the Senate in the regulation of the business of the Senate, Hubject of course to any change that the Senate may make from time to tune. Senators Cullom of Illinois, Rutler of Bouth Carolina, 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. — 28 January 1891

0 THE ADVOCATE. IS it Tunc? WltMa our owa border A funeral condition of flrofipcrlty iTnvnUH.Hurrtntm'n Mmtiye, viol. This in tho tcit from which every Republican journal in tho land has been preaching, tmdovory person who, from a juut conception of tho doplor- ablo condition of tho country ban dared to question tho ntatoment has boon designated as a "calamity howler." Still the wreck of homos and of fortunes goes od, and while noting the daily failures in buainesa and the foreclosures of mortgages upon tho homos of tho pooplo, thoso blind loaders of tho blind aro por foctly oblivious of tho causes which aro constantly producing thoso effects On Monday tho lttth innt., tho news flashed ovor tho wires of the failure of tho American National bank at Kansas City. Tho amo day one of the largest tradosmon in tins city railed. On tho 20th we lind in the morning Capital the following upcciala: HTATK II AN KM AHHIOV. Hpeclal to tho Capital. Downh, Kan., January W. An a result of tho fAlhirc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. 7 hlJ over unIer the rules. Tuesday, January 20. Tho Speaker reported tho following etindlng com mittees: Printlng-Willard, Bamett, Campbell, Doubleday, Rice of Bourbon, Williamson, Jouea of Butler, Maddox, McClirnan, Morris, Vanderveuter, Pool and Reed. Manufactures Hollenbock, Steward, Everly, Senn, Cory, Coona and Howard. Cities of the Second Claas Hardy, Duncan, Warren, Dolan, Stanley, Jack eon and Dickinson. Cities of the Third Class-BarnoU, Bayer, Coulaon, Crumley, Steele, Drake and Pierson of Alien. Mileage Brown of Wilson, Pavkluon, Haidy, 1 lamer, Atherton, Hollenback and Ix)vitt Immigration-Hlckox, Ingram, Mad dox, Reckarda, Vanderventor, Day and Hart. Private Corporations Drake, Fortney, Freeman, Hardlck, Jonea of Cherokee, Lovltt and Alexander. Federal Relations-Cobun, Smith of Neosho, Davidson, Steele, Tucker, Doo llttlo and Atherton. State Library Templeton, Hardick, Rogers, of Marlon, Scott, Smith of Smith Gilmore, ond Duncan of Labetto. Interstate Comme...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. upon t!u return of any writ of elocu tion, tot the satisfaction of which any lands or t .at'iiH hate twin sold, bIib.11, after liivicg cruefully examined the proceedings of tho oKIoor, be BiiUrtHtxl that the Bale ban, In ail respects, bivon made in conformity to U.e -roviflwini of thiA article, and that hu ;2 Iwidi end toRomeutfl have boon moM for a f Air and adequate price, the court shall dl rot the cleric to inaka an entry on tho jour nal that the oourt in aatisHed of the legality of such aula, and of thi fairness and ado- Juacy and prhie for which so'd, aad au or it that the officer inaxe to the purchaser a (J.h1 for nuch lands and tenements; and tho officer, on making suoh sale, may rwtain tho purchine money in his hands until the oourt nh&U hrtve examined his proceedings, an aforesaid, when he rhnll pay tho sarao to the poruoa entitled thereto, agreeable to the order of the oourt; provided, that the Judg ment debtor or creditor, or any other per son intereste...

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