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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

THE GOLxVTLNCir. Andrew Carnegie's Ideas a exproieeu la his "A. B. C. of Money," are all tery well from bis standpoint that money Is a thing to be owned and dealt In a thing that owns the world. But If It Is to be a convenience for mankind the idea Is just the reverse of desirable. The most gigantic monopoly the world has ever known Is the moneyed system of England by which she has come to make every nation and people on earth, who work for a living, pay her Interest. Take away from England the In terest money paid the men who never earned a dollar by personal labor, and the Island would be a rulu In ten years. There is no other coun try on the globe, nor since Kome In the time of the Civsars, that exists so artificially as England. Her prosperity Is built upon the toll and. sweat of the globe, and she holds It by force and habit. One of the last holds she has on a heretofore tributary world Is exactly this gold standard, which as a money lender she has imposed upon the world. The p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

10 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATIONAL FARMERS' ALLIANCE AMD INDUSTRIAL UNION. Present T T Polk, Washington, D. C. Vice-President... .B. II. Clover. Cambridge, Kan. B$cretary. J. H. Turnwr, Washington, I). C. Lecturer. J. F. Wllllts, McLouth, Kan. KANSAS FARMERS' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President Frank McGrath, Bololt. VIce-ITesldent Mrs. F.U. Vlckery, Emporia. Bocretarv J. B French. Topeka. Treasurer A.. C. Raster, Hurllujmme Lecturer Van B. rratner, oiumoufl. Assistant Lecturer 8. M. Scott, McPberson. OFFICIAL. Washington, D. C, Jan. 2, 1891. All commissions issued to national or EJtnizers from this office prior to Decern 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. Persona desiring to be commissioned as national organizers of the National Farmers' Alliance and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

it HAVE YOUR BANKER INVESTIGATE OUR 8TAN0INQ. WRITE FOR OUR WEEKLY REPORTS. 91, lmJ U I O, ilJ, Piea mention Th Advooatb. THE DYNAMITE INVESTIGATION. To the Editor of Thk Advocate. Allow me through your most valuable paper to make reply to an article which appeared In the Clay Center Dispatch of May 28, with reference to the report of the Coffey vllle investigating commit tee. The editor of the Dispatch speaks of the report as an opinion. It la an opinion based upon the testimony of the witnesses, aa will appear from a careful study of the printed testimony. The part of the committee who made the report which is now running the gauntlet of Republican criticism, did not expect that it would satisfy or receive the approval of those whose actions it condemns. Mr. II utchins, in the article referred to, says: "The committee was chosen by the worst gang of political cutthroats that the state ever contained." He then says: "One man got sick and died, and two others absolutely repudi ated ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

TO n w nu hkixley bill benefits Tan . WORKING MAN. ( Continued from int page.) thorn enough to got one meal a day. A statement of net profits of the Pitts burg Iron firms In 1890, carefully tabu lilted by fan expert, Mr. N. Dale of that city, put the profits of the firms named ta follows the figures are underestl matd in every case I quote only the ' firms whose prolita amount to $500,000 and over. There are yet scores whose profits range from $50,000 up to the Uialf million. F3nf?er, Mlnlck ft Co. $ io,ooo Miller, Metcalt Co 6)0,ooo Fcang Steel and Iron works . Pchontberger Co 750,tt ChatfAntCo 800,000 A.M.Iioyer6Co io ooo Oliver Iron and Steel Co 1,500,000 Park Brother! Co 2,000,000 Pennsylvania Tube Workers 2,000.000 Jones & Lauglilin 2,w.ooo Carnee's concerns, over o,wu.ouu These profits show where the "fat" comes from that oils the wheels of tariff tegialatlon, and who gets the benefit of such legislation. Did the wage worker get any of the benefits? Can the laborer Tvho ha...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

AO INTERESTING ITES FBOM TMt , SINCE SECOSO. . Humphrey to Ilarriaon "If you xp polnt Horton don't let the people know it until It Is too late for them to elect his successor. I can attend to him, you know." The Alliance Is rapidly disorganiz ing and will no more he dangerous. The surest evidences of this fact are the pit eous pleas of Topeka politicians to the president to postpone the appointment of Horton until it Is too late for his succes sor to he chosen at the next election, so that a People's party man may be pre vented from running in. The mayor recognizes the law upon appointment which hinds him in the nomination of men for office to a prefer ence for those who served in the union army during the rebellion, and he will observe it, although all the politicians and Knights of Reciprocity in the county howl. Let us see who will veto the next nomination of an old soldier. Soldiers, stand aside! You are not wanted. The pretended friend of your just claims, which but a few days ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

is THE HIGHWAY TO SUCCES3 13 SHORTHAND. . Ilficdreds of graduates In responsible positions, highly recommended by leading firms, proves las succfus oi our meinoa. riCkf.CN SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND. Tvcewrttinsr SDelilnsr. Punctuation. Business CfrTSiohdence, Office Work, etc., Deardorff - J-:iu!iJ1tvsj, a. E. Cor, Main and 11th sts,, Kansas uiiy, mo. uau or sena lor una cauuoue givuw tun particulars. Hook keeping, Shorthand. Telegraphing, Pen manship, Typewriting, and ail other business bianohes thoroualy taught. Graduates secure Sood positions. BOAftO, 11.90 PES WEEK. Send lor circulars, mention advooatk. mm HOMAL COLLEGE, FORT SCOTT. KANSAS. Is the school for the masses. Students can enter fit tE7 time and find classes to suit them. Total expenses for board, room and tuition are only to? jo per term oi xo weeu. uiasses are ar ran?edto salt all who come. Many young men and women who have attended school bat a short time enter every year. If yon cannot attend but & short time, enter ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

THIS JUDVOCA.T32, 15 LEADING RESTAURANT. Go to the Ladles' and Gent's Restaurant, 109 West Sixth street, known as the "Ladles' Ex change." New management, splendid meals, popular prices. Alliance people cordially In vited. M. E. MATTESON, Prop. niiiniiiin.iiiipurii-p iiiiiijtpiMwwMW)Wi'iro"' iy."l mmm t'T'MiiiiiiiiiiMiiii iiiii n iij ii... ii ni"P i .'v".',.1; "THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." THRESHERS ) 1 EflOJIiES SAW MILLS V CLOVER For Pamphlets HULLER8 " HAXir ttu.o IH AULTKAS pJTlrfl (Say where yoi TAYLOR COMPMY, mLim mw this.) DECKER BROS., VOSE & SONS AND HARRINGTON. ORGflS STORY & CLARK Gold on easy payments or for Cash at Lowest Prices. Every instrument warranted. Write for catalogues. HARWOOD "msworld, CATALOGUES! GUITARS Violins, Banjos. Accordions, etc. SAVE 40 PER CENT ! J.W. JENKINS' SONS, 615 Main Street, KANSAS CITY, - - MO. Mention Advooatb.1 POSITIVELY AND PERMANENTLY CURKD No Knife Used. A care assured, with three to eight weeks treatment. Write for testimonial...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 June 1891

10 TOXEI ADVOCATE TETJMBULIi, STEEAN & ALLEN SEED CO. 1426-1438 8t. Xjouia Ave.. Kansas City, Mo. Dsalers In Binder Twine, Hay Slacken, Hay Rakei, Hey Carriers and Forks, Bale Ties, Etc., E!c. Write for prices. Mention this paper. S. GREENEBAUH & CO., P DOMESTIC -PULLED WOOL A SPECIALTY. No. 08 Main Street, - CINCINNATI, OHIO. 711111 E. C. KRUSE & CO., COMMISSION MEECHANTS For the sale of Wool, nides, felts, Tallow, Furs, Etc. SO South Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. ' Reference Franklin-Bank. unr & m W3iol3sa!8 Shippers of Fruit and Produce LiWIWDNOID, KS. Special rates to Farmers Alliances and clubs. AUSTIN & GRAY BROS., Emporia, Kansas, -IMPOHTER3 AND BREEDERS OF- EiM lie , Clyflesm, F inn, Mil Put Freil fat AliD STAIIDASD DEED S7ALU0HS AHD IIABES. and rot the test at great bargains and were not obliged to take the refuse from dealers at exor bStanTngures in i order to obtain credit, thereby enabling us to sell better animals at better prices, longer time and a lo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. U. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1891. $1.00 PER YEAR. OHIO POLITICS. The Ohio State Republican conven tion on the 17th insi nominated' ita state ticket and promulgated ita plat form, which, it may be fairly pre sumed, is an index to the policy of the party in the near future. The Hon. Wm. McKinley, the nominee for .governor, is a representative man of the party,and may be fairly regarded as one qualified to speak for the party. Upon the currency question, which is the one great question be fore the American people to-day, the platform is explicit and its meaning unmistakable. It presents the issue which . the people will readily accept Speaking upon this subject Mr. McKin ley said: was honest and courageous. Mr. Sherman, speaking upon the same subject said: No notes should circulate as money except such as have the sanction, authority and guaran tee of the Unite...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

TH322 ADVOCATE! A POLITICAL FEAST. We have mislaid the letter accompanying this poem, and hence are not able to give credit to the lady who wrote it. II she will tend us her name we will give the credit hereafter. Ed itor. ? Farmer Blount returned home from the Alliance onenicht Quite late and quite hungry; and striking a light . " " lie marched to the kitchen ; but seek low or seek high. He found nothing to eat but a dried apple pie. "Well," bo said, "guess I'll eat It," "d quar tered It through, Bat before be had finished so sleepy he grew That his rlckrty bed, With Its old patchwork spread, Seemed softly to call him to slumber Instead. Then he kicked off his boots on the clean kitchen floor, ; And took up the lamp-but a knock at the door Demanded attention; so thither he went On seeing who's there and what's wanted Intent, lie opened the door, and who should there stand But a messenger boy with a note In his hand, Which the farmer accepts in a dazed sort of way, Grumbling low as ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

THX2 ADVOCATE! 0 ble men to carry on their business and make their exchange all orer the country, In chapter 3, Mrs. Todd alludes to the national currency bank bill, Introduced by John Sherman on February 2, and which became a law on February 27, 1863. And when she quotes him as say Ing at a later period of time, these words, considered with relation to his vehement advocacy of the public credit strengthen ing act of March . 18, 1869, they indeed speak volumes: To refuse to pay the bonds in gold would be repudiation and extortion, and be soof- fing at the blessings of Almighty God. This certainly has significance when it Is considered with reference to the Haz zard circular, issued by the money kings ' of Great Britain in 1862, and which was faithfully distributed among the Ameri can bankers in a clandestine way In 1862. Now, in 1891, when Andrew Carnegie's "The ABC of Money" is a combined American and British financial man! festo, history may here be said to be re peating itself. T...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

N". R. P. A. ' Published Every Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. rJ. UoLALLnr, President, ) sole i, p. Limibuknkk, Bin, Manager, Htir, W. T. Bboww, Sec'y Treasurer, J Proprietors !!. IJicLaixin, Editor. SiSSk1 (A.oclate Editor,. TSSM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION Oca Copy die Year . 91.00 Twelve copies one year ....fiO.oo Clubs ot Twenty copies or orer, f .80 each. . . Adv rtisins Rated. ' r'T""tM-uter,.eents per line, Agate meas t !,'(! Vncs to the lnh) x ' i1 tlaes, 40 cents per line. communications to the ' AOVCCATE PUBLISHUM CO. TflpU Kansas. TOPJSKA, KANSAS, JUNE 24, 1891. (Entered as seoond olass matter in the Poet flea a Tepeka, Kansas. ) TILL SEPTEMBER 1. Alliances throughout the state hare written us requesting an exten sion of the time on oar organ pre miums. They represent to us that money is scarce and will be so until after harvest, and for that reason they have not had a f air chance. In deference to what seems to be a gen eral sentiment, we have decided to extend the time s...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

5 ANOTHER 8UB-TSEASURY SCHEME. We have recently had the pleasure of conversing with Mr. Hopkins, who is sojourning temporarily in this city; endeavoring to interest the people in a rather original scheme by which he believes farmers might be able to store their giain and borrow money upon it something after the manner proposed by the government sub treasury plan. Under ordinary cir cumstances it would be a sufficient objection to this scheme in the minds of the people of Kansas to simply state that it has the hearty endorse ment of the Topeka Capital. The character and intelligence of the gen tleman who is urging this new sys tem, however, entitle it to more re spectful notice. That the Capital should endorse it is his misfortune. We desire to speak of it on its merits as they appear to us. Briefly stated, his plan is some thing like this: He would first es tablish warehouses, either by build ing, buying or renting, in which agricultural products may be stored. He would next establi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

' wwbAw --n r -rrTTTriiiMirMiriiTiMiiwwwiBMwiMwiwwwM juiu.ij a IIS ANTE-IIOETEH 0N23 DON'T COUNT. , John SLiernun la losing no sleep over the threats of the People's party that they if ill bury tta in a grave both wide and deep. Mr. Sher man 2ms witnessed too many ante-mortem funer als to be worried over anything of that kind. Peoria Transcript. We heard an abundance of the same kind of vain-glorious boasting in Kan sas last year concerning Mr. In galls; but Mr. Ingalls is not United States Senator this year. . political movements in ford county. Party supremacy in Ford county nas somewhat alternated between the Democrats and the Republicans. In the Kansas House of Representatives, Mr. George M. Hoover, a Democrat, is the member, and he was also in the Legislature of 1883. But the People's party has been 'launched," in the language of the Dodge City Times, which furnishes the following account: Saturday, Jane Cth, marks the beginning of a new era In Ford county politics, for It sign...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

4 y el THE AMK3ICAN RAILROADS. . ' Their Ownership and Management-The Two Old Parties Unite on the Side of the Cor porations and Against the People. After the adjournment of the Cincinnati conference, some of the leading delegates crossed the river and called on Senator Car lisle, of Kentucky. They met with a cordial reception, which the correspondent of the Boston Herald describes in an interesting letter to that paper. Senator Carlise gave the delegates a few suggestions to ponder on their way home, and they are probably pondering yet. The Herald says : Some of the western delegates have rather a kindly feeling for Carlisle. They believe he is an honest man, and they wanted his opinion of the revolt they are leading. They talked with the Senator about some of their pet projects, and asked what he thought of them. Government ownership of railroads and telegraphs was brought up, and Mr. Carlisle turned questioner. " Do you propose to get possession of those properties by confiscatio...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

'IlIS CAPITAL CMWFI33Z3 AND WHINES HO A DOG WITH A 80BE HEAD. ' Tiia Capital haa found the atmos pltere gstfcing too hot in consequence ol iU recent, forgery, because cf the awakening of the people of Cloud county. Even its own party T7&3 likely to make things interesting tip there in consequence of it, and it therefore reluctantly acknowledges the falsehood of its resolution. In doing so it gays: Wa cheerfully make the correction, and wish to say to the members of Cloud County Alliance that while we have no use for tbelr crazy politi cal schemes and fallacious doctrines, we will not publish knowingly a falsehood about their organ ization or any other one. If the Capital is honest in this etstement, why has it never corrected its statements in regard to the Mere dith forgery? When we see evi dences of genuine repentance in the Capital we shall be ready to accord it a genume acknowledgement. Its whine because of The Advocate's charge that the opposition to the People's party by t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

CONGRESSIONAL ALLIANCES. To the Congrmiimai Alliances: The brethren throughout the state have responded bo promptly to the call of the state president, authorized by the national legislative oounoil for organizing Congres sional Alliances, it only remains now that the objects bo put into practice to reap the advantages to be gained by so organizing As state lecturer, I feel deeply interested in and confident of the success of the system of lecturing on the economic questions an ticipated by our national council at ita meeting in the city of Washington, of the 4th day of February, 1891. The plan will educate those who now feel the agricultural depression, but who do not fully understand its cause. I would sug gest that all lecturers of the subAllianoefl, together with the county lecturers of their respective counties, will meet at the same time and place at which their county meet ings are held in the month of July next, and organize themselves into a legislative council with the cou...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

10 CrFJCIAL DIEECT03Y. X1AT10NAL JTAKISEE3' ALLIANCE AMD 1XDC3TBIAI. UNION. President T T Polk, Washington, T. C. tae-i'resiaent....H. u.uiover.LHmDrwjge, Kan. Pacrefcary J. II. Turner, Washington, I). C. Lecturer J. F. Wllllts, McLouth, Kan. KANSAS FARMERS' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President Frank McGrath, Belolt. vice- President Mrs. F.K. Vlckery, Emporia, Pocretary J. B. French. Topeka. Treasurer A. 0. Faster, Burllnpame Lecturer van H. miner, uoiudidus. Assistant Lecturer 8. M. Scott, McPherson. OFFICIAL. Washihgton, D. C, Jan. 2, 1891. All commissions issued to national or ganizers from this office prior to Decern ber2, 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 ef3ce foa a renewal of the same. L. L. Polk, President N. P. A. and I. U. Persons desiring to be commissioned &3 national organizers of the National Farmers' Alliance a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

11 a.. It I U LIBERAL ADVANCES ON SHIPMENTS.1 WRITE FOR OUR WEE MY REPORTS. L.VUlO IIIVA OUR STANDING. Please mention Tub Advooatb. THE EDUCATION OF THE PEOPLE. To the Editor of Thz Advocate. , Strangers by sight, but intimate friends by principle, perhaps you would like to know how this neck of woods is pro greasing politically. We are in the ascendancy, and to strengthen us in our faith on Wednesday last at 10 o'clock a. m. and at night, Mr. Scott, assistant state lecturer of the Alliance, spoke to the people of Greeley and vicinity. It being a busy time for farmers, the day audi ence was but fair. Ills talk was so inter esting, and at the same time of such a highly educational effect, that he waa en treated for the night, and had a good audience. The hearera paid the strictest attention to the speaker in this calm of politics. Mr. Scott is affable and genial, a good talker, a clear and logical thinker, and should be'kept before the people until the rising of Bellamy's sun. On 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. — 24 June 1891

ftHTJ'jflLDVOOAT: It would be difficult to compute the amount eaved to the farmers, every year by Improved machinery that 'facilitates harvesting. Among the most Important inventions to this end may be classed ,the llawkeye hay loader, manufactured by Chambers, Bering & Quinlan, Deca tur, III It is regarded as the most per 1 3ct appliance for loading hay yet devel oped. It 1j, In fact, a complete revolu tion Ifc way for & hay gatherer and loader, possessing salient features ex clusively its own. It takes the hay from the swath and loads it on the wagon as ; you drive through the field. The ETawk, pye, unlike other loaders, rakes against tsA to the hay, thereby taking the hay clean from the ground and not dropping behind the loader. With the use of the lcid:r fts much time is caved In pitching ta U saved by the mower, horse rake or or hay carrier, thus making it safe for ' the farmer to cut at least double the amount of grass daily, because he knows he has the facilities for ...

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