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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 May 1891

TEDS '2mVOaAT2Il ONE REPUBLICAN WHO DOES NOT BELIEVE THE ALLIANCE IS DYING OCT. From the State Journal. Gen. Harrison Kelley, late. CongroBs man from this district, came up from his home at Burlington, Coffey county, last night, and is visiting among the poli ticians to-day. In answer to an inquiry by a Jonrnal reporter he said: "I am not very well posted on politics now. I have been home from Washington about two months, but I have met very few people and all I know about the strength of the Republican party or Alliance in Kansas Is what my friends tell me. However, I don't believe the Alliance is dying out; at least I have not seen any of the fellows who left the Republican party and voted the Alliance ticket last fall who are not going to do it again. The Alliance may not be gaining much, but I don't think it will lose much ground in Kansas this year. Some of those fellows seem to be terribly In earnest." "Mr. Kelley, you were advocating moat of the measures asked for by the Alli...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 May 1891

X7. TWEEDDALE, Civil cnj Hydraulic Engineer. Water works, leverage and Irrigation. Con EiiJtitlccs, examinations and reports. Flans, e les ana speciucauons. w orx superintend ed. Correspondence invited. Topeka, Kansas. Xtelbre oa buya 1TTt7T) r f? . lros, write the BY- 8 jl II 111 v Tl rnuxio pess w y ) T.I in a. co. of Mt. oiieaa, o. 2a for catalogue, which will be f . i I I mulled free on application. . C . : ; L f 1 ll in HYDRAULIC r'li Prases for all irar-"4 joses, also general ci- Tp""" Sex makers' supplies. v Pry you s&w this in Thjb advocatb. H4 BBW RV0iklSt03Bf please mention Ad v ooats. bennetts iMrnovED nTUHP PULLER On ThreoJDayaTrlaf. un rnnners. worxed py a men. UFTS20T0 60TpNa Clroolarj free. lian'fd by H.L. BENNETT. Wccrvillc. 0. A 1 mi L P 1 HORSE OWNERS THY COUBAULT'O PJSTIG PM1 A SAFE, SPEEDY AND POSITIVE CURE jforCurh.Spllnt.Sweeny Capped llock,strained LTendont, Founder, rwlxl V,.fTm .11 tllrli. Diseases or Parasites, Thrash, Diphtheria, Pinkeye, all Lameness ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 May 1891

i n UVESTQOXGOTS. fOest Work at Lowest Prices, write tor Samole Sheets. KELLCSQ COTSPAFEB CO., Chicago or Xoauu City ST. LOUIS ENGRAVING CO., 320 Olive Street, St Louis, Mo. MANUFACTURERS OF Badges, Seals & Pins fcr Farmers' Allluci SEALS. Plain, with let tering, $1.75. With sheaf of wheat or plow, 2.00. Moneymust ac company all or ders for seals. We do not pre pay tue express cnarges on seaia. Gold Pins, $1 each. Rolled Gold Pins, 75c each Send for price list of badges. Mention Advocate. "THIS BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." & -ltf IDr THRESHERS) IfiOilSEi jj pa( ;. SAW LULLS For Pamphlets write to THE ftUlTNM CLOVER HULLERS -3 MJtxtncio.o TAYLOR COMPANY, JjS-K-v(S Mi7 VftTTTTfl ATsfTl TmftT AGED If. Xzmm or Iudulgen... produHn. NerroninMf . DebUity Dial Mor8i(h. 8lfDl.tra.l. F.lllng Memory. Fb ! M, Pimple, oa Fac, 4rlon to Society, Lm. or Ambition, unfl gi to Marry, Dri.pep.la, Swnted D.Tlopmnt,PalM laBMk, axbaoiting drain, .topped, weak part .tr.nfth.nrf and .a hrcod, Trwtmont toa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 May 1891

TEUMBULL, STBEAN & ALLEN SEED CO. 143G-1428 St. Ixyuis Ave., Kaneas City, Mo. tnlm lit Binder Twine, Hay Slacker, Kay Rakes, Hay Carrier end Forks, Bale Ties, Etc., Etc: Write for prices. Mention this paper. 1 Wf S. GliEEHEBATJH & CO., DOMESTIC PULLED WOOL A SPECIALTY. No. 92 Main Street, - CINCINNATI, OniO. E. C. KRUSE & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS For the sale of Wool, Hides, felts, Tallow, Furs, Etc. CO South Main Street, . . ST. LOUIS, MO. Reference Franklin Bank. 501 KsItU Perry Blig., Kansas City, Mo, fnr Information. CorresDOnd- ence solicited and estimates promptly furnished on all bills. Write before buying. LllEilRE CHAS. W. DICKINSON, Wholesale and retail dealer In All Kinds of Building Material. Special attention paid to orders from Alliance dealers. Write W. F. Kiohtmibb, Prest. Waltcb N. Allik, Treas. O. II. Flistham, Secy, Tlifi Alliaiififi flntiifl Hfiiififit MflifitM JL11U 111J1UUUU 1UUIUIU 1UUUUl MUUiUII . . . - - i .- Vanana trm ft a imnuiM nt tAvna flna...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL.IL NO. 40. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1891. $1.00 PER YEAR. A FARMER'S ALLIANCE LEADER. Almost a Governor-Qulte an Honest, Un buyable Man-New and Striking Statistics Wants the Sub-Treasury Bill-Means Busi ness from the Start. The following interview occurred at Colum bus, 0., and appears in the Rural New Yorker of May 23. Editor. All Kansas rang last year with the name of a farmers' candidate for gover nor. Professional politicians and "Irri descent dreamers" had hitherto been made the guardians of the publio Inter est by the farmers, while they followed the plow. When, at the end of the year, these men, who had left kindred and friends to find a home in the wide west, sat down on their plow beams and bal anced their accounts, they found them selves poorer after the year's labor was done than they were at the beginning. Forbearance seemed to have ceased to be a virtue,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

Tim AXV-GGJ1Z1 A : TEXAS WAIL ON THE FARMERS' AL LIANCE. Plutocracy wields en illimitable power that is bounded by no zone, nor affected by political or social relations, for like the horse leech, it ever cries, "Give, give," and la never satisfied. The Great Teacher, who spake as never man spake, tittered an admonition that comes down to humanity all through the ages, echo ing: "How hardly shall they that have riches enter Into the kingdom of God." Yet later In the sacred writings we find In the New Teatemant the following from St James: Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you Tour riches are corrupted, and your gar ments are moth-eaten. Your gold and silver is cankered; and the rust of them shall be a witness against you, and shall eat your flesh as it were fire. Ye have heaped treasure together for the last days. . Behold, the hire of the laborers who have reaped down your fields, which is of you kept back by fraud, crieth; and the cries o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

AN OLD QUESTION "WHAT SHALL WE DO?" In the interesting number of the Ameri can Whig Review of December, 1852 the number that chronicled the defeat of WInfield Scott for president as the Whig candidate for that year there Is an Im portant article entitled, "What Bhall we do?" As a prelude the following is Interest ing matter viewed as a retrospect: - Oar defeat is entirely unprecedented. Our enemies will not deny that we have worked well and faithfully. We have circulated documents till the mail bags of the govern ment have been ready to cry out against us. Throughout the states and especially throughout the western states there are a few houses in which our tracts have not been distributed with lavish profusion. Our meetings have been large. Many of the speeches of our orators have been masterly examples of stump eloquence. We have done all we could. We have meant and have labored well. THE SUMMARY OF THE RESULT. This is the Whig statement In a nut shell: Pour states only out of thi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

N. R. P. A. Published Ever; Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. . i rt. McLallix, President, ) Role jr. P. Limeburnkh, Bus. Manager, 7. T. Baowx, Hec'y Treasurer, J Proprietors 8, McLallut, Editor. JCLnSBIA;DIK,8, As.oclateEdltori. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Copy One Tear.. ....$1.00 Twelve copies one year Ho.00 Clubs ol Twenty copies or oyer, 1.80 each. Advertising Hates. Display Matter, 20 cents per line, Agate meas nranent (14 lines to the Inch) Reading Notices, 40 cents per line. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUSUSHIXQ CO. Topska Kansas. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MAY 27, 1891. (Entered as second class matter in the Post Offlee at Tojeka, Kansas.) WHEN DOES YOUR SUBSCRIPTION.EXPIRE? Examine the label on your paper &nd see if it bears the inscription "Junl." If it does the time for which yon have subscribed for Thi Advocate is nearly out We shall be glad to have you renew immediately go that you will not miss a number. We believe you cannot afford to miss a paper at thi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

TH3E LABOR QUESTION. The following resolutions reflect the sentiment of the Cincinnati conven tion upon the question of shorter hours for employes of corporations: Resolved, That as eight hours constitute a le gal day'i work for government employes In me chanlcal departments, we believe this principle should be farther extended bo as to apply to all corporations employing labor In the different states of the onion. Resolved, That this conference condemns In unmeasured terms the action of the directors of the World's Columbian exposition on May 19, in refusing the minimum rate of wages asked for by the labor organizations of Chicago. HE OBEYED INSTRUCTIONS. I. S. Davenport, of Kansas City, Mo., represented a district that for some reason did not wish just at pres ent to commit itself either for or against the new party in the conven tion. He was therefore instructed, when the question was likely to come to a vote, to absent himself from the halL As Kentucky was holding , a convention...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

"NATIONAL EVENTS OF THE YEAR." The New York People, a paper diametrically opposite in its teach ings to the Tribune, in these latter days which was founded on April 11, 1841, by Horace Greeley, one of the most distinguished representative men this nation of United States of America has ever produced has ex tracts from an addrefis, with the above title, which was delivered by ML33 Bertha Canary, of Independence, Kansss, before a teacher's association at their closing session. As they ex press thoughts that breathe and words that burn, and evidence the great fact that woman is at work in this broad land of ours and is mani festly leaving her impress upon the body politic, Tins Advocate gives them place, with accompanying com ments and comparisons. The People remarks, "The passage we select has special bearing on the coming upris ing of the people: Another event that showed the unstableness of present thought and form was the November election. It was a political earthquake. Moun tains...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

REVOLUTIONS ABE NEVES WONT TO GO BACKWARDS. Miami county, Kansas, has been one of the few counties of the state, which prior to 1890, had been rather vacilla- ting in its politics, and had but small margins in majorities for the Repub lican party. But in 1890 the Repub licans were in a minority of 1,200 and it is morally certain that the party will be in a greater minority there in 1892, for agitation, education and or ganization causes light to flow into dark places where passion and preju dice had to a large extent held almost unlimited sway over judgment and reason. The Miami Republican is edited by W. D. Greason, who is one of Benja min Harrison's postmasters, and as such made one of the delegates to the Young Men's Republican League meeting at Cincinnati, where he de clared himself for Harrison for a sec ond term, and there he bowed him self to the corrupt role of politics, in giving his support to the conscience less James S. Clarkson for president of the National League, who ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

THE CECTXAT Gqxr3ZSC " V ; The Cincinnati conference assembled ct Music hall , at 2 o'clock on the 19th test- and was called to order by -W. P. IHhtmira. The calls for the conference were read by Capt. C. A. Power and W. F. Itlght'mire. . Hon. Chas. E. Cunning bam of Arkansas was elected temporary chairman, and 0. D. Jones of Missouri, temporary secretary. S. W.' Chase of Kansas was elected sergeant-aiarms and Louis Belcher of Nebraska, assistant Committees of one from each state werd elected on credentials, on permanent or ganization, on order of business and on rc3olution8 and platform. We shall not attempt at this time to give anything like minutes of the pro ceedings. Results are all that will be of Interest to the people. On Wednesday the committee on credentials submitted their report seating In all 1,417 delegates from the several states. Kansas had the banner delegation, being represented by 407 accredited delegates. The committee on permanent organi zation reported Senator ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

from each elate, Instead of one member, as the old parties do. The Alliance Congressman, J. O. OU-s, of Kansas, nominated H. E. Taubeneck, of Illinois, as chairman of the national executive committee. There was ft great outburst of cheers when Taubeneckl name was mentioned. W. R. Lamb, of Texas, seconded the nomination, saying he had watched Taubeneck's record and he was satisfied. Taubeneck was chosen by acclamation. Loud calls for Tauben eck finally brought that gentleman to the rostrum, where he made a brief but very manly and modest speech, thanking the delegates. He said: "Gentlemen, you see before you all that is left of the Independent party in the Illinois Legla lature, so often called the "Big Three.' " He added that, while he sincerely appre ciated the honor the convention had con f erred upon him, he scarcely felt equal to doing the position of national chair man justice, but he would do the best he could, and rely upon the assistance of the other members of the committee...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

10 OFFICIAL ' DlftEOTCJlY. XT ATI ON AL FARMEH3' ALLIANC3 AMD INDUSTRIAL UNION. FnwSdent L. fh Polk, WaablnKton, D. C. Vice-m8iaent....n. H.uover.uamorwge, Kan. Secretary J. II. Turner, Washington, I. 0. Lecturer J. F. WllUta, McLouth, Kan. KAKSAS FARMERS' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President .Frank McGrath, Belolt. Vice-President Mrs. F.R. Vlckery, Emporia. Secretary J.B. French, Topeka. Treasurer A.G. Raster, BurUngame Lecturer van It. rather, uoiumnus. Assistant Lecturer 8. M. Scott, McPherson. OFFICIAL. Washington, D. 0., Jan. 2, 1891. All commissions issued to national or ganizers from this office prior to Decern bor 2, 1890, are hereby declared to be null and of no effect, unless the same have been renewed by proper authority. National organizers holding such com missions will make application to this office foa a renewal of the same. L.L. Polk, President N. F. A. and I. U. Persons desiring to be commissioned as national organizers of the National Farmers' Alliance and Ind...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

X II, LIBERAL ADVANwe9 uri BnirHtllTSi r""T" I sl llf" nriA HAVE YOUR DANKER INVESTIGATE OUR STANDING. WRITE FOR OUR WEEKLY REPORTS. W i LVUIQ) IWlVe Please mention Th Advocate. COMESPONDENCE. Cabltle, Kana, May 18, 1891. Editor Advocate: Brother S. M. Scott assistant state lecturer of the F. A. & I. U., addressed the people of this vicinity at the Deer Creek school house, May 15. The house was crowded with attentive listeners who were entirely carried away by his address. Brother Bcott has done a good work here in one speech and will prove a benefit to the order. Such men as Brother Scott are always welcome here; hope we may be able to secure his service again. Yours respectfully, H. I. Brown. President Deer Creek Sub-Alliance. Woodbine, Kans., May 19, 1891. Editor Advocate: Allow me to say through your valuable paper that Wood bine Alliance No. 2544, is'still improving and gaining in membership. Since As sistant State Lecturer S. M. Scott was here a few weeks ago we have recei...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

To tt;e Editor ol Th Advocate, la there an honest thinking man who can point out any material difference be tween Harrison and Cleveland as presi dent fox the poor people, laborers and producers? Can any difference be found in their financial policies, the main Issue in which the masses are at present most interested? This money question must be embodied in the main plank of a Peo ple's party if we would succeed at the ballot and gain the relief desired. Many lcsuea must not be championed with the first great battle. Finance, transporta tion, land and taxation may suffice with a declaration for just government for the masse, based upon the golden rule. Why would not Harrison and Cleveland make a good pair to head the plutocratic ticket and save them expenses on -the campaign in 1892. The indications: are in that direction at present Trickery and boodle seems to be the principal stock in trade and the party politicians side with plutocrats and monopolists on dead issues, while the pr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

18 In nankins yon sprinjf purchases we invite you to coma to our mammoth establishment, where you will see almost everything that's made in Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, Carpets, Kitchen Goods, 6 to. We not only help to sate you money, but are able to give you just such goods as you want, having such a large stock. Come directly to the store when you land in the city. We have special conveniences for you. .... If you can't come in person, then order by mail whatever you wish. Samples sent free of charge. We guarantee satisfaction to everyone ordering from our House. Address, (mentioning Thi Advocati,) BULLENE, MOORE, EMERY & CO., Kansas City, Missouri. Co-Operatlon. On recommendation of the president of the State Alliance and the executive committee, I have located at Pueblo, Col., to handle produce for county Alli ance exchanges and Individuals of Kan sas. Any produce entrusted to my care will receive prompt attention and remit tances will be promptly made upon sale of goods. Sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

LOST. bill i TOPEKA, KANSAS. IMPORTANT. Our trade and prices are all CASH, which must eccompany the order to obtain the benefit of our low prices. Eemit by express order, P. 0. money order, registered letter, draft or cheek. As we guarantee all our goods, we will pay the return charges on and exchange all goods not satisfactory and as represented. . Money can be saved by getting a neighbor to join you in sending for goods. The freight is less on large quantities. When several parties order togeth er and they want the goods kept sep arate, please say so; for instance, if A sends an order and gets his neigh bors B and 0 to join him, the goods can be shipped to A and the goods intended for B and 0 may be packed entirely separate, and by placing a small (b) thus, and (o) on the boxes, the goods need not get mixed, and each party can tell which boxes are his and they could all be sent on one freight bill. Don't forget to date your letter and state the town or P. 0. address, and by all me...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

TO2I!ljat jMONARCHj CIDER Before you buy a Press, write the HT DXAULIO PRESS Mra. co. of Mt. oiiead. o for catalogue, which will mailed free on application. HYDRAULIC Presrai for all nur- nosea. also eeneral ci- v"" 5 aer makeny supplies. Nw Please mention Advocatb. be I l 1 EX J5I lii'MiiMltit'lif'-r' WE BUY 8ElLANDTRADE and Hand HAY PEESSES Fatter no, I Models, . 1 Experimental TT Sell NEW Presses and Take Old Ones in Payment. greo J3&mt AIIYTE1K0 ? U. S. HAY PRESS SUPPLY CO.. Station A, Kansas City, Mo. TFrifetM. Jfcniton fftto paper. "THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." SAW L11LLS CLOVER For Pamphlets V HULIER8 write to S&i MiSFItl!, T ULTa a ..jjrnr. (8ft, TAYlOlt COMPAHY, iriTWTwWfc where too WW tbla.) IXL WIND MILL OVER 20,000 IN USE.0 A The Company, having dispensed with traveling1 salesmen, will ap point reliable lo cal agents. Pur chasing agents of AUlaneet fared. Send for Catalogue descriptive r" of Power Engines, sneiiers, Grinders, Pump Pipes, Tanks, Etc. Also Patent Dou...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 May 1891

'I'Jv TItUMBULL, STEEAN & ALLIEN SEED CO " 1426-1428 St. UoTiis Ave-Kansas City, Mo. Cealan In Binder Twine, Hay Stick are, Slay Bskte, Hay Carrion and Forki, Bala Ties, Etc, Etc, Write for prices. " Manilon this paper. GEEEITEBAUII' & CO., DOMESTIC PULLED WOOL A SPECIALTY. CHES3I03E A FAXUISB, Grass, Field and Gartlsn Seeds. Cane Seed and Onion Seta. IIS South 4th St., SL Joseph, Mo. Correspondence Solicited. SEEDS SEEDS No. 92 Maia'stret, , - CINCINNATI, OHIO. u w ur kua . ?,Y T. L . W Vfl j COMMISSION IEBCHANTS vtoA W W For the sale of Wool, Hides, Pelts, Tallow, Furs, Etc 20 South Main Street, - ST. X.OTJIS, MO, Reference-Franklin Bank, lata Hensbaw & Sod Vhc!esal3 Shippers of Fruit and Proves HiAWIENOin, IIS. Li Special rats to Farmers Alliances and clubs, AUSTIN Jp GRAY BEOS., Emporia, Kansas, -IMF0BTSE3 AND BREEDERS OF- MI Fub, Freiicb Coacl AND GTAHDADD EaED STA1LI0II3 AND OASES. Our horses were selected by a member of the firm direct from the Breeders of Europe,...

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