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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

5 too, it will be necessary for the Harrisons 10 have some effective stump speaker In the cabinet in anticipation of 1892. Just think of what a straight be twixt two this poor fellow was in on the morning of January 13, 1801, whether he should make the great closing speech of his political life m the interest of the monopolistic oli garchs, or whether he should turn tad and be a "calamity howler!" But perhaps the following from a Chicago dispatch of June 2, 1801, may be true: Mr. lngalls Is to write from 1,000 to 1,200 words of editorial for Truth every week on political subjects of national Importance, and In addition to this his name is to appear on the editorial - page. In consideration of these trifles, the story goes, the ex-Senator Is to be paid $25,000. Possibly, by this, the Topeka Cap ital may become reconciled to him. What a howl there would have been, my countrymen, If a Republican convention had ac cepted a banquet from the Cincinnati brewers. VsJtaUma Independent. And w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

. 7 .T5SZ23 'ADVOCATOR 35ENJA2IIN FRANKLIN'S FINANCIAL VIEWS AND THEIR PRACTICAL RESULTS IN TUX COLONIAL PERIOD. In another place we present oar readers with Franklin's financial views, which were adopted and put in practice by the province of Perm sylvania, and resulted in vast benefit to the people. We regard this mat ter as especially appropriate at this time. One of the planks of the Cin cinn&ti platform reads as follows: A The right to make and Issue money Is a sovereign power to be maintained by the people for the common benefit. Hence we demand the abolition of national banks as banks of Issue, and as a substitute for national bank notes we demand that legal tender treasury notes be Issued In sufficient volume to transact the busi ness of the country on a cash basis without dam age or especial advantage to any class or calling, such notes to be legal tender in the payment of all debts, public and private, and such notes, when demanded by the people, shall be loaned to the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

'.spam abvooats 7 the British Eoonomio association, of which Mr. Goechen, chancellor of the exchequer, is president, and Mr. Gladstone and other famous economists are members. He is the first American that has ever been invited to join the association, and his election was in recognition of his articles on monetary and commercial subjects, most of which have ap peared in the Review. At the request of Mr. Carnegie, who de sires that his views on the question of money should have the widest possible publicity, the editor waives in the case of this article, the restrictions that he is usually obliged to impose as to the length of excerpts taken from contributions to the Review. News papers and periodicals are therefore re quested to copy asfreely as they choose from Mr. Carnegie's contribution to the present number. So Thb Advocate, infringing upon no copyright, presents the following choice financial excerpts from Mr. Carnegie: The American Republic had the disgrace of slavery, and ab...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

TZ223 ADVCOATUi ; EDITORIAL COERESrONDENCE. . Home again, on Kansas . soil! Great, strong, splendid Kansas! Thy wagon is hitched to a star. To be within thy borders breeds courage, which makes all good things 'seem possible. There is a wideness of thy prairies like the wide ness of God's lorn Thy pure, sweet air eenda the blood bounding and the pulse thrilling with health and vigor. But better than all thy beauty, better than all thy bounty, Is thy great belief. Kan sas was born to belief. There was no doubt, there could be no despair in the texture of the men and the women who made Kansas. The pioneers bequeathed a splendid legacy for all time to the state which they nerved for freedom. It is a great thing to have a great name. It is a great Inspiration to' a man to believe himself capable of great deeds. This is aa true of a state as of a man. To feel that much is expected puts a man or a state on best behavior. Therein lies the best prophecy for Kansas. - "Give a dog a bad name a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

THIS SUFFRAGE PLANK SATISFACTORY. The Woman'i TribuM is'probably the leading American journal devoted spe cially to to the Interest of universal suf frage, and here Is what It has to say re specting the action of the Cincinnati convention: With regard to the action of the Cincin nati convention upon woman suffrage, it is all that could be expected from a party not organized with that as its main object, for it throws the burden of obligation upon the party ;in its state organizations where, if the women do their duty and elect the proper representatives to the conventions, the question will be worked out. In a party that allows women delegates, elects women offloers, and, in fact, gives them equal rights and opportunities from the first rural meeting to the great national convention, the opportunity is before women to use the party and bind it to their interests. The women of this People's party are very largely women who have ob tained their political education in the Alli ance and...

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

10' OFFICIAL DIREOTdaY. NATIONAL VABMES3' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTBIAL UNION. President L. L. Polk, Washington, D. C. Vice-President..... If. Clover, Cambridge, Kan. Secretary J. II. Turner, Washington, D. C. Lecturer J. F. Wllllta, McLouth, Kan. KANSAS FARMERS' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President Frank McGrath, Belolt Vice-President Mrs. F.K. Vlckery, Emporia. ftacretarv... J. B. French. Toneka. Treasurer. .A. C. Easier, Burllnxame Lecturer van 15. miner. umumDus. Assistant Lecturer 8. M. Scott, McPherson. OFFICIAL. Washhiqton, D. C, Jan. 2, 1891. All commissions issued to national or ganizers from this office prior to Decem ber 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. P. A. and I. U. Persons desiring to be commissioned as national organizers of the National Farmers' Alliance an...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

LIBERAL ADVANCES ON SHIPMENTS. I fl I IC ffiflO WRITE FOR OUR WEEKLY REPORTS Wli LwUlO, IVlVlo HAVE YOUR DANKER INVESTIQATf OUR STANDING. PtMM mention Th AdtOOACT. THE SOLDIEBS' HOME AT FOBT DODGE. To the Editor of Thk Advocatk. It has been our pleasure to visit the soldiers' home on the old Fort Dodge reservation, located on the Arkansas river five miles east of Dodge City, Ford coun ty, Kansas. Mr. Barlow, a veteran of the civil war who has been stationed as a regular at Fort Dodge since the war, and who is now at the home, took great pleasure in showing Mr. and Mrs. Treble cock and the writer over the grounds and relating to us their history. We also called on the commandant, Capt Swee ney, and visited the rooms of some of the occupants; but that which held our at tention most was the story of 5,000 men being stationed at the fort during the White river expedition, as related by our guide; the old dilapidated buildings, and a thought of the tedious life led by the soldiers at the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

TEE TIII5 RAILWAY PSOBLIIX Such la the title of a neat volume pub lished by. D. D. Merrill Company, St. Paul, Mien., whose author la A. B. Btickney, chairman of the board of. df r&ctora of the Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas City Railroad Company. The book is destined to have a large circulation, for It treats of a question of great pfedent and greater prospective Interest, and It Is oo Inherently sound in Its general reason ing, so careful in its presentation of sta tistics closely related to matters of trans portation, as to cause It to be recognized by those competent to judge as one of the very most Important publications of the year. The author of the work Is evi-1 deatly a dispassionate writer, a very , close observer, and a natural, If not a trained, analyst; hence, with his prac , tical knowledge, the conceded value of his important production. In his preface he quotes from the Sen ate select committee, which reported to Congress what became the Inter state commerce-law, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

.13 miasloners, and a combination of the two Bchedulea. "Parallel Railways" is quite a chapter, but "Railways are Agents of the State, Is a very Important and Interesting chap ter. The theory that all the powers of the etate are derived from the people, Is thus put: The state has been defined as a body poll tio created by a "social compact," by which the whole people covenant with each citizen, and each citizen covenants with the whole people, that all shall be governed by oer tain laws for the common good. In such a compact necessarily each mem ber parts with some rights or privileges, which as an individual, when not affected by relations to others, he undoubtedly possesses, and the etate acquires right, privileges and duties from each individual, the sum of which constitutes the sovereignty of the state. In the dark ages of history despotic rulers were accustomed to send their representa tives into provinces armed with the sovereign power to collect their expenses (much in the sa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

THE HIGHWAY TO SUCCESS IS SHORTHAND. ITnnrWI unt trrstAuatn In maWtntitTilA TMaltlonS. highly recommended by leading firms, proves UiQ buccctb 01 oar itiumiuub. Tvnj.wr"ini KnAiiini?. Functiijitifln. Business f hffAff turn ll AVWtA nflVA Work. ti Ttardnrff Jluililng, 8. E. Cor, Main and nth sts., Kansas my, uo. vmi or sona ior uwe oh&iokuo kiviuk ruu particulars. Book keeping, Shorthand. Telegraphing, Pen- tnftnal-itn TnmOTltlno tfnd All Other DUSlUeSS tranches thoroughr taujeht. Graduates secure ?jmi pomnons. boaku,ii.iu rt wtc. twuu for circulars. Mention Advocate. KM3AS IIOnilAL COLLEQE, FOItT SCOTT, KANSAS, la the school for the masses. Students can enter at any time and find classes to suit them. Total expenses for board, room and tuition are only tiJ to t35 per term of 10 weeks. Classes are ar racsadto suit all who come. Many young men and women who have attended school but a short time enter every year. If you cannot attend but a short time, enter the K. N. C. Come andspe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

TIIK BEST 13 THE CHEAPEST." SB KZVM HILLS V i BAUriMJ,! For Pamphlets v writs to 1Kb ULIB9HH a .JItry (6.-whre- 1 ip.iiiiipniin.winiliiiiiwOTii."iiy i,ii'im,m"'i p j wiiyw"' ' ip. IT .nil iii.iii in 'i I'lifitUiiif'Viiirii'r i .ilihli, I In GMJGER POSITIVELY AND PERMANENTLY Cubed No Knife Used. A cure assured, with three to eight weeks trAAtmant. Write for testimonials and lnrorma- tlon, or come and be examined by our medical director, M. S. Roehelle. THE WICniTA REMEDY COMPANY, Mention Advocate. Wichita, Kan. A DflCmVi: For LOST orJAmHiJTIOOB CM O r; Weakneis of Body and Hind ; Effect U I t fi of Errors or Exeeases t Old or Young- Robaat, Hob I MAS HOOD fully Retitorttl. Mow ciilarff Btrcaittaea wn,i;iuisKMrniiwnariisj. ' AbMlutelT aafalllBf HOKK TMIATMKNT BaBta la a day. Yaaeaa write th-ia. Book, fullnpUaatloa.and proof aill wealed J rn. aaarra mia buivjhU'V., Djt . PILES ! PILES ! PILES ! Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles when all othe...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

TilULIBULL, STSEAN & ALLEN SEED CO. . . 1486.1428 St. Ixul Ave., Kansas City, Mo. & la la Pfe) "SrHSS KA5SASCITY.K0. Oestars In Binder. Twine, Hay Stackers, Hay Rakes, Kay Carriers and Forks, Bala Tls, Etc., Etc. write lor prices. Mention this paper. S. GKEENEBATJH & CO., domestic pulled wool a specialty. No. 92 Main Street, 5 - CINCINNATI, OHIO. DUTTOnST HOUSE. Next Door South ol Court House, Topeka, Ksnsas. M. H. D LITTON", Proprietor. 81J50 per day. Special rates to Alliance. Mention Th Advooam. UOOL E. C. KRUSE.& CO., COMMISSION MEBCHANTS For the sate of WooVHWea, Pelts, Tallow, Furs, Etc. CO Smith Main Street. ST. LOUIS, MO. Rtfercncer-Frariklin Bank. W7 I Man j aw & Son Wiiolssais Shippers of Fruit and Proves IAWIMENOID, IIS. i Special ratrs to Farmers Alliances and clubs. AUSTUST & GRAY BROS., Emporia, Kansas, -IMPORTERS AND BREEDERS OF- Em M Sire, mm, Frin, Mol Put Fncl tali AHD STAIIDARD BBED STiLLlOIIS AI3D OAEES. and Sotthe best at grea ; bargams a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1091; $1.00 PER YEAR. VOL. IL NO. 43. HOW THE M'KINLXY BILL BENEFITS THE WOBKING MAN. Please give me the use of the columns of your valued paper for the purpose of replying to the appended article, and bringing the attention of our people to subject which will be greatly abused by the old party press In their effort to roll from their crushed and rented ranks the weight which the McKInley monster has saddled upon them. The people, both the sellers and buyers, have their attention called to the workings of the McKinley bill. Eggs come in fbr a share of attention with other things, and in order to learn just the effect the bill has on them, a News representative called on .Thomas Farker yesterday and put the ques tion. . Mr. Tarker has had fifteen years' experi ence in buying eggs in Canada for the east ern markets, and understands the exact situat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

XAK3AS PROGRESSIVE IN ALL THINGS. Address of Hon. J. 6. Otis at the Quarter Centennial of the State University, Jane 9, 1831. More than any other state in the union, Kansas is a child of progressive thought. For" nearly forty years "Kansas" and "progress" have been two words having such close connection that they have be come almost synonymous terms. Pro gressive In all things, aggressive in many things, retrogressive in nothingKansas today leads public opinion in America. Located in the geographical center of this great republic, rich in resources and salubrious in climate, she early became the bone of contention between two an tagonistic civilizations the storm center of an irresistible conflict, at her very birth. No sooner had President Pierce signed the Kansas-Nebraska act in the spring of 1854, organizing the territory, than the slavery contest was transferred from the halls of our national Congress to the plains of Kansas, and at once the new territory had became a public bat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

JUDICIAL ELECTIONS IN KANSAS IN 1891. There will be elections for ten judges of the district courts in Kansas in 1891, and also a judge of the circuit court in Shawnee county and one of the court of common pleas for the county of Wyan dotte, making the number of twelve judges to be elected, and the districts In which these elections will occur embrace twenty-eight counties. In sixteen of these counties the Republicans had plu ralities in the vote for governor In 1890, and in four of them they had majorities. In the Twenty-seventh judicial district, embracing the counties of Finney, Ford, Gray, Hamilton and Kearney, Governor Humphrey had a majority of twenty-four. Shawnee county, where Humphrey had 4,010 votes and was in a minority of 267, a judge of the circuit court will be elect ed. Here is a Republican loss of 4,408. Hon. J. B. Johnson, an especial hench man of Governor Humphrey and a grand assassinator of the character of Farmer Wlllits, will undoubtedly cling like a barnacle to...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

J J. 'HK pjwiwam N. R. P. Published Every Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. , McLaixih, President, 1 au W. T. Bbown, Sec'y Treasurer, ' Proprietors! pound TEItMS OF 8UBSCBIPTI0N One Copy One Tear $1.00 Twelve copies one year Iio.co uaes ox .twenty copies or over, $.80 eacn. Advertising; Hates. Display Matter, 20 cents per line, Agate meas orement (14 lines to tbe lncb) Beading Notices, 40 cents per line. Address all communications to tbe ADVOCATE PUBUSHIN9 CO. Topski Kansas. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNE 17, 1891. (Entered as second class matter in the Poet OSce at Topeka, Kansas.) . SPECIAL CLUB MSI. Tata Advocatx & Chicago Express 1.75 " " Dexter Free Frees 1.75 1 Nonconformist 1.75 : Kansas Commoner.... 1.75 " Toiler 1.85 " Kansas Farmer.. 1.75 " Weekly Nationalist. . . .1.50 " Our Own Opinion 1.50 " " National Reformer.... 1.05 " " raoiflo Rural Press ... .3.00 Subscriptions under this offer will be credited to the Alliance sending them in. NATIONAL BANKS. The Hutchinson Neivs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

THE ;iU3VCOM?; NO REASON FOB TIGHT MONEY. Mr. Jay GouM tella Klernan's News Agency that he cannot see what there Is to b. se predic tions of tight money on, now or later on. Jour nal of Finance, Mr. Vanderbilfc, John D. Rockefel ler and Andrew Carnegie would un doubtedly coincide in this opinion. The next grand lodge of the Knights of Reel proclty will meet at lIutchlnson.-riHiea Jieput. lican. This is proper. The order should reciprocate for services rendered by Meredith. He exhibits, or could do so, the "marks" of an adept at the methods of the party to whoso inter ests the organization is devoted. It Is said since the Cincinnati convention that Jerry Simpson will regard himself a Democrat and act accordingly from the beginning of tin next Congress. Times-Republican (Hutchinson.) Who said it? The rotten Republi can press of Kansas, and nobody else. Jerry Simpson has never said any thing of the kind; neither is it true. The reputation gained to Hutchinson by Fletcher Meredith, it s...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

KM AITI10X OF "TRIUMPHANT DE5IOC EACY," THE REl'SESEN TATI VE OFPIOU SIOC2ACY. Est. Sidney Smith, the eon of an English coifhtry gentleman, was born on June 3, 1771, and, educated at Ox ford, became a fellow of this renowned college. He was one of the founders of the Edinburgh Review, which ap peared in October, 1802, and he had the reputation of being one of the wittiest talkers and one of the most brilliant political writers of his gen eration. His attractive articles that appeared in the Review for a quarter of a century, were a main element in its success, and they represented the very perfection of journalism. He had the reputation of being a good fighter, and he tackled the gravest of political and social questions in the highest of spirits. His elementary sketches of moral philosophy were highly prized, and his political and social essays attracted attention among the intellectual toilers of Great Britain and elsewhere. He readily conceded that his utterances might meet the a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

figures are under estimates, and he puts it that there are at least seventy American estates which average $35,000,000 each. , The present economic demands of the People's party would seek to strike the ax at the root of the tree of hurt ful, oppressive and unjust accumula tions, and thus on a system of just laws, working from cause and effect, would ethically consider the distribu tion rather than the redistribution of wealth. Andrew Carnegie parades himself before the plain people of the new and of the old world, as one having due authority to proclaim his deliver ances to the masses of the people, and he insists that the question before the people of the United States at this hour is, "Shall we discard the gold basis, or even endanger it?" It would seem impossible for him not to know that gold is the money of monarchs, and when he says, "Pure, unchangeable gold has ever been and never was so much as now the best instrument for the protection of the masses of the people," it stand...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

Tab raraons Sua says that twenty Alliance pspcri la the western part ol tboBtatebave gcae back to the Republican party. CapiUO. . Name one or two of them please. -. THK FOURTH OF JULY. Mrs. Annio L. Diggs will speak at Fort Scott on the 4th of July. We make this announcement in order to save unnecessary correspondence with her. She desires those who have writ ten her to accept this notice in lieu of a personal reply. We see it so frequently stated that lira. Diggs and Mrs. Lease are to start a paper at Wyandotte that we deem it proper to correct the report Mrs. Diggs will, until further notice in this paper, remain upon the edito rial staff of The Advocate; and she will soon return to Washington and resume her editorial correspondence. Mrs. Lease caa jspenk for herself, but we do not believe that she contem plates any enterprise of the kind men tioned. ' The nomination of Senator Stan ford as the People's candidate for president in 1802, by parties who re ceive their inspiration fro...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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