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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 December 1889

r i I ill hi D V.UibA 1 YOU i, MERIDKN. . KAN.. FRIDAY, DliCKMBER 6, 1889. NO. 18 fiittfJUli I'lniiucfH Ilulo AiiktIi h1 1 In my last communication I assor ted tlmt European luanro led in by England prevails in Ameatra and in dictated by Change Alloy, London. Ami her,co it in ni'IroirinU'ly styled! fcho English system of finance, which name I shall adopt in this article for it. ltat porhapu it would bo well' to promise tho subject by a few reflec tions on tho motive that aristocratic England could lmvo in thrusting up dii republican America hor corrupt and debasing vystom. The first groat motive that suggests ilsrlf to our mind in un earnest desire on her part fo subvert popular government in America. Our free institutions are u constaut and dire menace to hor aris tijcrntic form of government. She would spend billions of troasur v and millions of men if she thought tliorohy she could successfully stamp out American institutions from tho histo ry of tho world, huh she knows that mhi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 December 1889

lUl.lWUol every I'lMay. Filrti'V, linen '. w. ti:ihih ok m r.st umtiom KAN ,.M.U Copy VC!ir (1.111 KATF.S. i:i,.kvu eoolonoue yitr.;.' "V1 'iacniy-tlirrn " " ' ( .-. Ii lu Alvnu o. kaimumu inn: taiim-; ' SANTA FK C.liiKllaH. r:Hit iwf No Utt M lot 4 l" M. " HID fl :'. A. M. inn 'j ::;(). r, )i. (nliii; Vi"l 1'iHMi'DgiT Nolo.'! lUtf, A. M lot llM. HIT. !:.". UNION PACIFIC ..jii.i LVal Ai'.nliKiill'tltlll H:I0, I'. M. A. M. A. M. Went ,v.r.n. r. m. DlllECTOllY. ( 'hmvli. l';ti:snVTr.ltl AN -Mm th;:t viry alternate K..i.iiv nl II oYloek.n, ni, Ul'.V, r.UI.Y, I'lintoi'. MinilolilsT-Hiiniliiy School eery Sunday i i iniliiit H), rrem hin;: every itlternuti Sun S,ij at II 11. iii. mill ut 7 ::m p. in. Prayer inert 4it: e'.ery Tliumlay nl'lil. lir.V, Otto, rumor, ' ' r M TKI 1H:KTIIIM:N" -Sunl;y School every M.n.liiy iuiinlii;:nt luo'el.Mk. I'lvaeliln -veiy .-li.-i mile Motility t "' I'- lV!l'' ! mcctlntfovery Wciluenlay uW't. llKV.Cl.lt.W Ml, 1'HMlor. CATHOLIC ,Vrv Ice every fourth Sunday ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 December 1889

N1VUiUm In It. V.'.i, sir, wo anorgMiu'zod, nndtoho .g'iui?..d moans something (in n h'rn). We moot in ludU tu:t wlkool ti.iii-s wilh o!gns. grips, and count er -.igii, tin wil-li doors guarded and wiii!ov? blinded lo discuss our rights Mm! our wrongs. We nil agree that i'i l;gishti;m in I t!n u l;iiiiiisLratiTi m government thebiioringaud wealth I D hieing classes have been and tiro i-!ill being betrayed itm robbed. Wo I'll agree that our government is being iiui h and lor the rclu..ive benefit of ,t :a created aristocracy. Wo nil n gi'" t.Ylt a privileged nobility is fust c.vlfi g ihj.'ju'khIomo (ho wealth of tho nt'intry. Wo all agree the Wealth ,rruduhig classes each yer.r aroget ijtig poorer and more at tin mercy Of a lax -exempted aristocracy. Yon, wo ngreo in whining and complaining, but Lord how wodiil'cr whci it comes I Moling. , ' ,. In tlio l.)dg-' ami council, shut out from tho frowns and .meersof mono) !y hirelings mid lickspittles, our .weakest brothers are brim- as li...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 December 1889

THE ADVOCATE. !n!QM KAN 5. McUllin . . Editor J. P, L!mbumer. Ajiociat Ed F- N.Nawhouto, Buins$ Manager. OiUoorH KiwiN.'tn Hint Allhmn. k S'ro!(K'iit -1). If. Cuvkh. ... .... , :.l'af uhrhltfcj A'iro-I'rc'i. W. 41. 11 f Ml;K, . ; i .,.;.. .KllKastu Kv.r.'.'Jtry-tl. 15, 1'iiknii, IJunton 'I'reiifimy-JI. JUioiia " s Cli.tpliln-J. 1. Watt l'attmon. 1 Laoturcf-A. Y l)t( Kt.vrto.v Mcrldni Aa it. Lecturer-Van H. I'katiif.h Niita.rl. lK)ork'i)fr-Jlcrito Coohkam WlnflrM. Auit. DiHrk!(r-A. W. Tkxwu Nnwtoii !,ej'Ut-ariii-L K. Hoyt Uoxtcr. KuMliiitM Aitt.-C. A. Tyi.ru tturrton. DoYoul Want to koi'p fully pouted on Alliance muttern? I you wunt tho AManeo to imccucd nnd con ' U'lblltO tO lt.1 (IUCCPNK? Do you want to n:id ft bold and fearlpsn liacuiMl(m of your heaven-born rlghtd u - tlllors of tho ho II. Uq you wunt tmeouruKemcut In tho flht you n making uiili)Nt tho oppniHnorn of .your rights and rhllri;os? Do you want a trim nnd tttalwait frlonJ -for ' thO C11UHO? If you do takfl I'M Advocatk...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 December 1889

Th rrraifr 1 the Knljghtft. Tim Toj'La Cupiial of thn 3rdi;titt in a loading ilitorinl coniwontintf on :ia r.rticlo ia tho Kmi-sum City Star, think it wry whnhU lint tlio Alli ance mul tlm KiMKtrt will not umU 'for ihv roimon llmt tin ())jt'tH of (.ho Knights ami thoi.i" of tlio Fanner: im tlilferont" I t orOrr to dinpol any lyohi tli Casual nvy Hitvrtnin up on this Hal)jwctto hivuMo to hti:lo nu rtJioritutivoly that tlio KmV;htu an-.l tho : Farmer. tl; not (hmM'lvtn ro.'urd llifir objwtrf nsdjTrrin in any puhmi ii;il liiirtionbrj mi l, fnU'.rlniuinjr tl)is vhw, thy havo nlroiuly uiwd upon a Imuw of union ia thinStato, mid will wry liVc'y do i the National .montintf nt Hi. Louis Hum wrck, whoro , Mr. l'owilorly himself ht'iulu ti deh . j'Joti of Knitfltln tfo tin Farmer' i mooting for tlmt purport, It mwy ho woll tontato further tlmt neither Organisation rounln tlio tnr . ilT an tho juoHt important cjacstivn to 1)0 koIIUI, and tlio Mar and othor pn (ir of it :1hh that persist in pla...

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

I'M :':: JL.W...OU tllhl iJie.':.5jr( hcongr 1. H boon given to tho peo plo end the public iolicy of tho pros- -ik administration in indicated with nrJlcient clearncsM to enable us to dis cern it imix.rt. Wo do not intend to attempt u discussion of it rocommou- d.dionbut will briefly call attention to n fow of them simply as worthy of upocml thought by tho peoplo. Willi regard to tho reduction of thosurplus tho president says: Tho oxtnianco of no largo un Actual and anticipated surplus should havo tho immediate attention of congress; , with a viow to reducing the receipts of tho treasury to tho needs of the government ns closely us may bo. The collection of money not needed for public unen imposes an unnecessary burden unon our peoj)lo and necessi tates tho brinm?.; of the receipts of tho treasury to tho nowds of tho gov ernmental closely ns may bo. Tho collation of moneys not needed for public use, imposes an unnecessary burden upon our people, and the pres ence of so largo a surpl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 December 1889

'r'liMiril.00 1'crV'wl, Tho Roller ni ll.i will nell third grade Hour at? 1.00 per cwt. Tako a look nt W. 11 Wood'n cheap Ihonlin: bL)vos. Prirvst Bro's. vwut some one and tvo-viir-ililht(vrH. Don't forget hi got W. It. Wood's pi ices on hunting t von. Warranted pockot knives t W, 11. Wood's. All parties indebted to W. II. Wood trill please call mid settle. You ea:i buy a pocket knife from twenty Jive cents up and nil warranted U W. H. Wood's. Sl'ECIAL NOTIK. St:hispiI A; Sou, Moridon Roller liilltt pay within tic, of Kansu.1 City prices ior wheat. When yon wiini; a good pocket hnifo stop into Wool's hardware store i:.nd ink for a warranted pocket kniftv. I havo some beautiful patterns in Quoenswaro to offer away Mow their Value. ' W. II. Wood. Com lit up your accounts with W. II. Wood must have the money. Good arriving daily at Gardner's. vJoll your corn to Gardner; ho will pay you the top price. Parties desiring mono on corn cu'n I'ot it by calling on Priest Bros. Priest Bros, wil...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 December 1889

nMfa. Tim HprinRfluM lUnbUcan pro jlouiicc'I tho AuMtniliitu ballot nystom, u i tnhU'il in MiuiMftf'hiw.liK for tho Jint timo on last l'ctiii tiny, to Imvo born "an uriquontiouaMo hiicwhm. "Tluit in tho vonlicV it nays, "of all tiorfcumd conditions of mn rxropt t,ho vot immWIith and poll dwd hitn yrn on." It entirely dirinppointod all tlw:o vdionuko ntfjulftof iHtie; tU party "worker" found hiinsnlf al to'th'r unablt to thru.st hi ballot in V ) tho votor'rt band and watch hiiri until ho h:mdml it in at tho window. Tho overworn of factotum who hnvo boon in th hf.bitof hfandintf at th polls and chocking off tho namo of th workmen aud oporativcn to hod that thoy voted tho ticket that had been handod them wero conspicioun by tl;oir alwonco. Tho votwr took tho ticket printed by Uio Statu, entered tho room provided for him, Hocrotly pat bin mark aain.it namcrt of tho candidates ho preferred, folded it also in secret, handed it to tho judges and went Uh wny, no man knowing not oven tho jud...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 December 1889

nm ' f'" VOL. t. MERIDEN. KAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1889. fipoechof llvnn Jomu atthe mooting of the N'utlonal. Farmers' and Lubor riV Union at Bt. Ixmln. To the OJJkeu and Members of the Farmer' and Laborer? Union of A tnerica, greeting: Diun Brotiikiis This is certainly nn auspicious occlusion, it being tho iirst mooting of our organization j nn organization that to-day stands with out n poor in its influenco (or good, not to tho farmers nnd laborers only, that you represent, but tocvory legit imate and necessary interest of a free find independent government; and upon tho perpetuation of its princi jr'os, and their influences upon our liplo, depend tho prosperity and lib orty of all classes, and tho stability and iowor of our Nation. An organization whoso fundamental principles aro founded ujxm equity and justice and whoso cardinal doc trines inspire peace on earth, ulovo of liberty and g(x)d will to all mankind: an organization whoso rise and pro gress i without a parallel, and w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 December 1889

KAN L6lAA L D11VA HTtittST. ZliMiol rvnjr FrMiy. Fri.Uy, iKi'i-itbe J:i. j 1TXMS OK MIA'H'T.Il'UON ' "j On 0iy On Year ....Of. TO, H'lre. mh wiie year . . fiom Varatyllur"" -TO aIAILXIOAI) TISII3 TA11LB-:. SANTA FU oi x TiiNj. iwnror .V r 'oi., a.m. 1 " im r m, Krrit;lit " ID A. " inn 3. i m. Joln;i West l'aiwt'i'-xtr No 103 HJlrt. A.M. " 101 II :M. 1 M. 104.' fl:W.' A. M, A. M. UNION I'ACIFIC rloirijj Kent. Ac .omodiithi ilt. ? West .". . ' foV). ' .i i ' i ' ' ' 1 ) " ." DUWCTOltY. Clum'li. rKKSllYTKUIAN MNUnic.i uvery alternate Kun-uy at !l o'clock, a, iu, Hkv, Uah.y, raptor. MI'.THODIttT -Muntlay M liool every itwiday iiinrulitui Hi 10, I'rcuelilutf every nltrittaw Han lny At II Hi. and at T M u. iu. Vraycr meet l.iK of cry Tkiirmlay ut;;!il. 1Ckv,Ott(. Fuitoiy.' l'Ml'KMmtK'n!Ui:N-Hiiuiby rViiiuil uvcry Honday moiuliitf at r oVKmII. iTcmlitntf .vcry nHnra.ito Humby nt II a. in. and 7:w . 1'ray tr ravctliitf every VVcdhcmluy ulglil. Kxv.l'i.im kx, Fador. CATHOLIC-Kcnlw oyory ftXi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 December 1889

tl . wlxitJIiey hbYO tdrcruly.rimched 1h-u)iill;wt!u7 can overpower ti1ciuo.rt in eotigntm and in KtAto legislature. J at trust tried to lay h tax of tuiJlion;H cn tho farmer of tho country thl.iyearl -The nugr rut JM impc;o urh tux. Dozen of other were foriiwd'amt tonaing for controlling tho etjt and the price of jirticlvH m) itr.n;cdy Jnsfcsl that they may le called uecowariofl. (hoy ofU'ii (heaieu price. The Stan dard Ojl company in at way . cilwl. This in tluff and nobody can bo gtd lt'l by it The Standard Oil compii ny mwcr kworl lh riN of petixle ttim of iU owTritiotiott (luring its ' trin tonco. Oil lias bocOiue cheaiwr fciiice tho coir.pnuy Ix'gnn oper. I ion, lnt it M as Ixtcauw tho cheapening procowH vould not lw stopped. The Standard oil company haa tried to limit produc tion and raise prices. It war. after tho bigget profits. If if, fOiiH'timcH cut prkvw to destroy n riTal, tho cal ruhitiou wok to lay 1 mine for future Mastery of tho market Tlmt a trust nIiouM voluntaril...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 December 1889

THE ADVOCATE, i.FHiDEN - KAN i Udillin ' Editor J. P, Llmeburncr. Aijoc'mta Cd. F. N.Howhousfl, Business Manager, trmtrtm iwir"'"l?,l,'",,l,,"""'"",W" "'"'"""'l Ottloor ICivuHaH Htuto Alllanoo. rn-Hllt'iit-n. II. CM)VKit Cambridge. Warren. W. 11. lwrmi.K, AukjwU. Wrcri'liii7-.f. H. 1' HKNcti nurrton. Tmmury-ll. lUt.uiiA " (;h;iplrln-J. 1'. WArr 1'attci Hon. r.attitivr-A. K. Phkinno.v Mtrldt-n. A;)t. I.' tun r-VA! I. 1'kathkk N uititrl. lAjoi'kcciMir-jKTiiicoCcMMiUAK WlnncM. jUit. Jii kt!i"ivr-A. W.Tavi)ii Nwwton. ai';'l ut-aimi-I. K. Hoyt Di'xtcr. i:ihUwm Ht.V. A.Tvi-kii Iiuriton. Do You P Want to krrp fully jested on Alllanr rnattttri? lto you wunt tlwAHIimi'otomirccrtl mid con tilbuto to Ha mw'vi'Mi? Do you wimt to r;id ft loll and (IIhuuhkIou of your lieimn-boni rlultta m Ul!rnof the noil. Do yon want niciiiriwm'nt In thu fluht you nn imuMhk UK'itiimt t!) opirt'rtnorfi of your l!i:litUii(l irlvili K)? lo you want a trun ft"d stalwart frlond for Uifl c;iuihc7 If you Jo tiiko thu A...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 December 1889

prOi'H.H, frmicliUcu arul oxMrnoc. I wouU rtvommond that you il jnnml nuoh I;isl:vMjii, National mil Stiitv tt drill ivtfiil.Vo and noti Irol rittvn anl chiHsiiloationsof froiht on nil Iwum of trnnsj-ortat ion, that fair !i'alin;; and jiv-ilii-o may bo lioeurod for alL J'OLITICfl. Wliilo our order, iw an onJT, in ulrietly nonnartii'iLii in iKlit,icn; yi Sir. 1. in our ddaration f jmrinxst'S wiya:tliat wo hlinll l;iUr for tlio od ucatioa of llu rricultural cJiihsok, iu t!ii scicnco of o oiomio tfovera nun inn Klrictly nonpartisan ftoint It in an ovidcnt f;u:t that tho origin iind povvi-r tojMrprtuulo the existoiuw of tlio various rins, trusts and con I lines, Unit now oppress our people mill threaten thoovcrthrow of our freo iiwtitulionM, Is duo to unjust legislation mul tlio intimacy and inlluenco that MilloxiHtshetM-innotir rupniinntativra ami thet;o powerful corjjoratioiw and coialjinoH, aro Mich as to givo good j-etwon for Horioas ulunn. Wubavo roadied a period iu tho history 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. — 13 December 1889

eirtil iCirji',!itj of IaW at K Ixxu!. TLa Ifciional convention cf He IV.jnt.rj tad Labcrvro' Union a::j-em-Llu l ia joint r,e:;i;l('U with tho K. of L. r.:id Northern Allnaco ftt SI Louw cn tbi) 3rd inat end tho motic. wai opunndby tho National Fe?idnt, Evan Jonou of Texas at 10) a. in. Tho Mayor of tho city won introduc ed by tho proaidAat of tho Mii-mauri JJtnto Allianco, cad mmh tho tddrerui of welcome, xtoudmg tho freedom of tho city to tho delegates. J, 1L Mc Dowell of Tenn. rcHpondod to tho Mayor's addrcr.s. Got. Francis of Mo. waa thou introduced and made ca able and patriotic address, fipeoches followed' by A. J. fitrootor cf 111. and J. Burrows oth of tho Northern Alliaaco, occupying tho tjcio until noon. At 2 p. m. tha Farmer's and Labor ers' union opened in duo form in ro cwt session. Delegates wore pres ent from Texas, Mississippi, Alabama Gwrgia, Virginia, Kanar., Missouri, Arkansas, North Carolina, South Car olina, Teanerirjeo; Kentucky, Indiana, Florida, IiouiBiann, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 December 1889

Tho Ttollor wilt will koII third jriuht (Muf &t?f.60ixr nvt ' ' " , Tufco a look ut W. It NVood'i chcnp IViot Bro'n. Afiip.t, rtorij coin'oml two-year ovlKtMiM. f Don't forgot, tot.W., II. . Wood'n lrtc on hrnuti hUyui. , , , A Wr tor fialo. InqniK of , , - Vf. Y rKlBLEIU Warrantivl pockotknivw at ... j W; It Wood'. All pnrtion imWitodto W. It Wood Till ploa.so cull end sottlo. You can buy a pockot knifo frani twenty flvo ontn up and all warranted' M W.H. Wood'n. 1 ' ' Sl'ttCIAf. NoTK'Jf. ' " Sdbopplo' & Hon, uVidon llojlor Mill pay within 2vy of Kanwii City prict'd for wheat , Wlwn' yon want, a good (i pocket luufo stop into , Wood'H hardware utoro and' auk for li warrants! ioeket knifo. I havo Homo beautiful pattern in Qaonrwaro to oflV away lwlovr their Tklno.-' W.ILWood. ' Comfy tit up your account with W. Ill Wood-mUKt havtitlio money. ' Gooda amviri-r daily ut Gardner's Boll your corn to G aniuer j he will pay you tha top price. Parties doajring money on corn can I jot...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 December 1889

TIki Torn r of'Awt hin (i uno. Mr. Sampson of Hiifcclanwwi nyn: "I luul Won n tiunVrer from asthma nino yoaru und until I tril a bottle cf your Mountain Sft;Mlnvi;.;orator I had found nothing that would givo wo re lief, or known what it w;w to Lui7 ft licful night'H rest iu bed. In tho lust few weeks that I havo been using tho Invigorntor, my condition has w much improve! that I worn to havo a now o;n;ion life given mo, and can hardly find words to oxprenn my grat iludo tor thv relief your medicine ha afforded. I wiih all who Buffer I have mav hear of your wonderful remedy." For Bale by V. C. Spencer ' Driiwt. ' The Farmer' Alliance of Livings ton county nre going to start a meat market in Chillicotho and they pro poHeto arrange tho price no that there will not W ho much dillerence be tween tho irict on the hoof and the price on the block. One of the par ties intoreKted said they were going to try it for awhile and they could not Ioho much anyway as thoy only got 51.40 per hundred 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. — 20 December 1889

h B, M ) V j i i r VOL. i. MERIDEN, KAN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1889. N0o A CKV OF HUMAN I)lSTlti:SH. A Konjj of Sorrow ami KadneiM. 4Thi Konsoflho Shirt. 'Ohlmou with sisters dear I Oh! men with mothers and wives! It is not linen you are wearing out, buthu jmm creatures' liven. Stitch, stitch, utitch, in ioverty, kungor nd diet; sewing ot once with 11 double thread A shio id m well as n shirt!" Otcr forty years ago wo Lurried in 'a Lou don cemetery, ft truo poet of tho peo ple. Suddenly and Hwiftly, by his Honsitivo art, ho touchinl tho heart of n sympathizing nation, so over Thorn ns Hood's grave in Konsal Green wan erected n monument with thin simplo inscription: "Ho Hang tho Song of the Shirt." But t bin was not all' Scored deep on the marble of tho monument j nnd over tho alovo lino won carved a legnndmoro abiding still and of high-1 r significance thnn any word: a woman's heart pierced with a needle, from which sad drops 6f blood fell j ujon tho cold whito htone. Nearly half a ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 December 1889

TI1D ADVOCATE. MKKJnStf, - - KAN I'uhlbhfid wry Friday. Friday, iVtiiiIh'.!0, ls'w, TK1CM.J 01' WUlKiCUMTloN 0: ('ojy m Vcnr .. w I'Icvph roplcii oiw year '. .. ?"" Twenty thrjo " " ; -1'W (.,' h lit Advaiuu KAIMIOAI) T1MI4 TAHLK. SANTA Fl. Coins I'-iHl-. I'a!Wii:r .No 103 ';)!. A.M. " " " 104 4:iW. I" M. " " i!M a:;w. 1. m. Coiuj; West rawiiRiT No m 11 A w. " " " " 101 1 1 t(M. 1'. M. " " Freight " lofi IMS. At m. ' UNION 1' AC! VIO CIomijj V.i'hL Accomodation P:1C A. M. Weil " f :.. I. M. DlllECTOK Chmvli. ITKsnYTKltlAN'-McctlnK.i Ovtry alternate Kuii..ty at 11 o'clock, a, in, Iti;v, liAU.y, Tailor. MCTKOIUST -Sunday School cvoiy Sunday uionilnxat 10, I'lvacMnu every nltertmlt Sun uayalll a. in. ttiulat7:;j. hi. Frayer luret iiu uvory Thursday nh:ht. Kiiv, Otto. Tantor, UNITKD KUhTllUKN-Sunday Sclum! ovitry Sunday inoruliKatl0o'i;loek. IVracUla Mtcry ulloi natci Miiuduy at 11 a. in. tml 7 ;3 ns Fray vr im.,tlJn;j'ovci,y .Wednt mlay nhjht. Uicv.Ci.iiAVJ'.):, IVrtoc. i:ATIIOl.lC-.Vr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 December 1889

i)rgmniin rurnH-r Men ut fct. Ivoul, fcil I.'tiiu llnilr lire Name of th Nni i wi I f'armriV Alliance nnd lmkuifi-i.il Cm1.h. tuj'i'i ,4M,oriijiiin Kmi.kiii I'itrir.cr. St. Louim, M j.. l)ec ml r 7,11). To-d.iy closed the moi t important nesting of orguiir.i-d farmers nnd hy b-ir inkvi ests ifnt over assemble! in A ir.orict. The dlegutes represent .ing Uk Fanrs'i' and LnlHMvrV Unbn oi America net Tu'wlny, ut 10 o'clock . ni., fit Euiertnvmacnt Jwuluithe Ex. jhMtior. build in;, and the reproM'tilc lives o the NhI ,trij;l Farmers Alliance held tiii-ir convention in the fjmctom jvirlors of ihe Planters' IIouko. On Wednesday evening tJn" co:n nit!o representing tho Knights of Labor, consisting of (Jnuil Muster Workman T. V. l'owlrly, J&lph 'Beaumont, ciiftirujiui of tho Nnlieuid Lcgislalivo committee or that order, mid A. U . Wright, of Toronto, Cana da held iu wiliumi(.s(ij meeting at Central Tarn or it all, vhwo the repre sentative of the two farmers' organi sation and the Nationa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 December 1889

THE ADVOCATE. LiEHIDEN - KAN 8, McLallin Editor J. P. Llmeburner. Associate Ed F. N.Nowhouje, Bujmesi Manager. ODUhm-m Kiuimuh Htutrt Alllmoo. rrclJ-nt-n. II. C'l-OVKH Cambridge. VIcc-I'rt'M. W. II. Uiiuu.k, Austin. Mocrrtnry-J. H. Fjixncm Hurrton. 'IrcftHury -JI. Hakjiia " Cliaplrlii-J. I. Wrr I'attcrnon. ItimT-A. K. Drkinho.v Mcrldcn. A lit. LreturiT-VAX H. I'u.uiii'lt Nuutarl. Doorkcn-r-jKTHiio Comic an Wlntli'ld. Asst. )iMrkccKT-A. W. Taylor Nwtnn. fK't-ut-iiniw-L. K. IIoyt Dexter. Builm: Aut.-C. A. Tyi.ku. Durrtn. Do Yml Wunt to keep fully pouted on Alliance mutters? IK) you want the Allltuicu to succeed m1 ' tribute to Its success? Do you want to rvid u hold und fearless dl:icusMlou of your hcnvcii-horn rlgtits as tillers of the soil, lo you want r nrouraKeiiient In the flight you r lnaklnK ajcalnst the oiresiori of your riht und rlvllcKOs? Po you want ; trui anil si ul wart frloiwl for the eau Hi'? If you do take the Advoiatk, rend and ponder over Its contents ami let in hear...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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