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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

THE- jfUWOOAJCTL Appointments of Mrs. Annie It. D!gx Noeborne, Ma, July 6. Roads, Ma, July 7. . Bunker Mil, Julys. Kichmond, July 9. Carroll county contention, July 10 and 1L The pretty Bchoolma'am (and she la numerous) will go to Toronto via the Wabash line. This information is in tended for young gentlemen who belong to the noble army of pedagogues. A hint to the wise, etc Fourth of July Kate. As usual the Union Pacific with sell tickets from all stations to neighboring cities at one fare for round trip. Call on or write to me for particulars. II. B. Harrington, city passenger and ticket agent Union Pacific system, 525 Kansas avenue, Topeka. . Bound Trip Rata East, The Ohio & Mississippi Railway hav now on sale at its St Louis offices, round trip tickets to the following points at low excursion rates: Oakland, Deer Park and Mountain Lake Park, Md.; Niagara Falls, Chau tauqua, Jamestown, Lakewood and May vllle, N. Y.; White Sulphur Springs, Berkeley Springs, Capon Springs, Kana...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

sr:a.n,::n PRIiei LIST, 0 3 uji Grocers TOPEKA, KANSAS. IMPORTANT. - Onr trade and pricea are all CASH, which must accompany the order to obtain the benefit of our low prices. Remit by express order, P. 0. money order, registered letter, draft or check. 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 13 and 0 may be packed entirely separate, and by placing a small (b) thus, and (c) 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 ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

OA. nnDi ST. LOUIS EUGRAViKG CO., 320 Olive Street, St. Louis, Me. MANUPACTUREBS OF Mi, Seals & Piss f:r Farcirs' A!l!:::3 1,000 SECOND HAND HAY PRESSES. TJ. S. Hay Press Supply Co., 8th and Mulberry Sts., Kansas City, Ho Write us. Mention this paper. VHY PAY $75 to S 1 00 for a BUQSY OUnuTBUCGIEOalSSO ARE FIT FOR A MILLIONAIRE TO RIDE IN. Phaeton Body Cart. .... tlXM ftlnirle Hnmry llarnmn, XO Plate ........ 8.65 Double Flow llarneNM, C'lialn Tracer IN.M 30 other Myle llarnetM, also Phaetons, Murrey, Carta, at Koually Low I'bicks, Khori Tarnlnc Farmer's Carriage, with Pole and Canopy Tup ...................... 3ft Double All PurpoM IfarneM .... $21 Al-I. THK FAMILY KIIK8 IN 8TYMB FOB y 79 Write for our Catalogue with low net prices, CLIPPER MANUFACT'Q CO., CINCINNATI, O DECKER BROS., V03E & SONS AND HARBINOTOfJ. STORY A CLARK Sold on easy payments or for races, jsvery C.aah at TjOWWt instrument warranted. for catalogues. Write HARWOOD SFWOELD! 8ENDCATALOGUE3! GUITARS Violin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 June 1891

'I'. Til MTMBTJLL, STEEAN & ALLEN SEED CO. 1420.1428 Ofc. Ixula Ave.. Kansas City. Mo. 1229 WJiO'i AVENUE, f (On Mock ftam Unloa Depot) - Ci, i ciner Twine, Nay Slackers, Kay Balits. Hay Carriers and Forks, Bale Ties, Etc., Etc, KJSlSClTY,Ea. write fcf prices. Mention this paper. f7 ra rp- sz : J. C. PlipP&uD, 2 't V 1 U V I ""n ' KIIXBT A SPECIALTY. 7 Um UJ L DOaiSTIC PULLED WOOL A SPECIALTY. WtlUL No. 03 MaJn Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. CO South Main Street, E. C. KRUSE & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS For the sale of Wool, Hides, relts, Tallow, Furs, Etc . . - ST. LOUIS, MO. Reference Franklin Bank. Wholesale Shippers of Fruit and Produce XjAWIWDNOTJ, ,1X3. Special rates to Farmers Alliances and clubs. &.USTIH &7GBAY BROS., Emporia, Kansas, -IMPORTERS AND BREEDERS OF- English Sliire, Clydesdale, mm Mi Picli, Fuel Coaco ADD S7AHDABD B3ED STALLI01IS AKD OABES. Our horses were selected by a member of the firm direct from the breeders of Europe, and are descendants of th...

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

Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union &nd Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 45. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1891. 1.00 PER YEAR. THE EIGHT HOUa MOVEMENT. To the Editor of Thk Advocatx. Two hundred and thirty yean ago, In Connecticut or mechanical and manufac turing purposes, eleven hours consti tuted a legal work day for the summer, and nine hours for the winter time. The pay was to vary with the hours worked, which was very much higher in the sum mer than in the winter time. This old practice of the past is still resorted to by workmen to obtain demand for their services when there are no unions to protect a regular scale of wages. In spite of the best efforts of men these scales are occasionally disregarded and trouble en sues until new agreements and rates are restored. These troubles are not con fined to wage earners alone. Railroad,! steamship and manufacturing corpora tions lose millions annually by this un wise, and vicious ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

THE AIDVQC-A.TEL OHIO REPUBLICAN LEADEES IN 1891. Though John Sherman has a continu ous run on public We for thirty-eight years from the day that he went Into the Ilouse of Representatives to the end ing of his Senatorial term on March 4, 1893; though Charlea Foster was eight years a Representative in Congress, four years governor of Ohio, and is now secre tary of the treasury department; though Joseph B. Foraker haa been a Republi can candidate for governor four times, and for four years has been the governor of Ohio, yet William McKinley, jr., who is now in the 48th year of his age, is one of the moot prominent men In the Repub lican politics of this period. He waa elected to Congress In 1870 by a majority of 45 votes; in 1878 he lacked 139 votes of having a majority of all the votes cast; in 1880 his majority was 2,049; In 1882 he was given the certificate of election, but his seat was successfully contested by Jonathan II. Wallace. He was In an actual minority of about 1,300. In...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

3 note, the greenback, fiatistlc, worthless rag baby?" But here la another install ment of this "History of the Republican Party:" To insure stability, national banks are prohibited from loaning money on bond or mortgage, or engaging in those wild real estate speculations that have wrecked so many financial institutions. It will be im possible to supercede this system with any other thing that will be equally safe and simple. The duties of parents do not cease, but begin, with the birth of their children. They must nourish, guard and protect them to manhood. There is danger in the rapid payment of the public debt now going on, of entirely wiping out the present basis of national banking before anything safe and adequate to take its place can be adopted. Don't that hit well the collapses of na tional banking concerns in Cincinnati, New York, Philadelphia andelsewhere? Doesn't the history of Delamater, Quay, Wanamaker and their precious satellites at Washington, D. C, Harrisburg, Phil...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

tttto vAXVOOA!lia N. R. P. A. Published Kvery Wednesday by the . ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. d. MoLAfxiK, President, j goi J. P. LiMiuuRNKs, Hun. Manager, f-nr. W. T. Bsown, Sec'y Treasurer, J Proprietors 8. McLallix, Editor. aIIMBIkDIaa9, (Associate Editors. TE2113 OF SUBSCRIPTION One Copy One Tear 91.00 Twelve copies one year $10,00 Clubs of Twenty copies or over, 9.80 each. . Advertising Rate. Display Matter, 20 cents per line, Agate meas urement (14 lines to the Inch) Heading Notices, 40 cents per Une. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUSUSHINQ CO. . Toptki Kansas. ' TOPEKA, KANSAS, JULY 1, 1891. (Entered as second olass matter in the Post Offloe at Topeka, Kansas. ) TILL SEPTEMBER 1. Alliances throughout the state have written us requesting an exten sion of the time on our 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 fair chance. In deference to what seems to be a gen eral sentimen...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

5 DONT ROCK THE BOAT. . On what do we, who say we believe in popular government, base our hope of its perpetuity? Do we believe with Mr. Ingalls that a last analysis brings up on bayonets? Do we not, with clearer, higher vision, see that bayonet force is of all things least enduriDg and most treacherous, and that the only sure foundation is built of trustfulness, of brotherly love, of confidence, of faith in man and faith in the eternal good. We are approaching a crisis which will test our great American experi ment in popular government as it has never before been tested. We are even now embarked in the great boat, Reform, and are rapidly near ing deep water. It is a most solemn ' time. Not all of the sailors have large vision of the great open sea of industrial freedom whither our boat is headed, hence not all are careful of their every move nor feel the deep responsibility of steady service, pa tient mood, and even temper. God help us; what wreck if we rock our boat and go down d...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

G OF HOW MUCH VALUE ARJS REPUBLI CAN ESTCMATEST The official state paper of Kansas, which is the mouthpiece of Samuel J. Crawford and Joseph K. Hudson, manifests some recent anger towards Jerry Simpson, and, as is the wont of such self-righteous charlatans, calls him "the political mountebank," a "sockless Socrates," and thus con cludes its diatribes: After furnishing amusement for the public from Kansas to Maine and great humiliation for Kansas, we are forced to acknowledge It does beat . Congressman Simpson simply beat the great Ingalls striker of the south west Hon. James 11. Hallowell leading him in the hardest fought canvas that "Prince Hal" and his sympathizing political friends could make, by 7,422 votes, while two years prior thereto Congressman Peters had a plurality of 15,318. In a vote of some 57,000, a Republican loss of 22,740 in two years, would signify that Mr. Simpson could beat badly anything the decaying Republicans could put against him. Think of a Republican Cong...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

JERBY SIMPSOX. , Oar friends, the enemy, probably have more trouble about Jerry Simp son than any other one man con nected with the People's party. This shows that he is hurting them some where. No person stops to kick an insignificant little cur no matter how loudly he may bark. His antics are amusing rather than dangerous. But when the mastitf shows his teeth and utters a significant growl it means business; and an attitude of defense is at once assumed. So it is in the intellectual arena. Men of small caliber are not feared however erratio or visionary may be their course. It is when men of marked ability ap pear in opposition to popular and long accepted dogmas that the bitter ness and malignancy of personal as sault are resorted to, and there is no man 1 in public life against whom these methods have been pursued more persistently than against Jerry Simpson He is misrepresented, lied about, caricatured and ridiculed as no other man has been. The latest demonstration against him...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

.teds 'jhxwocuxrsi- H02S AEGEJOLNT. .; D. 0. McCray, in hia interview re- produced in another column from the Ssnday Capital, repeats the oft ex ploded tale of thd shooting of de fenceless union soldiers at Gettys burg, notwithstanding the officer commanding the regiment said to have been subject to this outrage has testified that the whole story is a lie; and yet the Capital republishes it without a word of comment. This chows how much sincerity and hones ty there was in Joe Hudson's state ment when he corrected the Cloud county forgery, that he would not intentionally publish anything untrue in regard to the Alliance. If he has ever published any truth about it, it has been an oversight. Oun friends, the enemy, are deriv ing great comfort recently from the manifestos of "Farmei" Hall, of Mis souri. Mr. Hall is an all wool and yard wide Democrat, and all his en ergies are bent to the task of holding the Alliance membership of that state in the Democratic party. He is in the ordei f...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

NEWS OF Til IS . MOVEMENT ..AND POINTS POLITICAL. - Six thousand bakers ara on a strike in paris. W.J. Winfield has aeaum&d editorial charge of the Midland Mechanic Mrs. Fannie MoCormiok will address the people of Manhattan, Independence Day. The county Alliance of Jefferson county will meet in Winchester, Wednesday, the 8thinst. . .. ... - The state of Washington falls into line with a convention of all labor organisations at Yakima on July 18. The Independent party of Colorado is to be re-christened 'and take the name and platform of the People's paity. The Mi!la County Journal, one of the leading Democratic papers of Iowa, has come over to the People's party. The Republican candidates in Kentucky are making use of the same tactics em ployed in Kansas last year. "If you can't vote for me, vote for the Democratic nom inee." The McKinleyites are expecting serious trouble from the Knights of Labor in Ohio this fall. They would like to know why a meeeting of the executive board is...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

10 OFFICIAL DIREOTOJ.Y. NATIONAL FARMERS' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President ..L. T Polk, Washington, D. 0. . Vtee-President. . . . B. II. Clover, Cambridge, Kan. Kecretary J. H. Turner, Washlnjrton, n. C. Lecturer . J.Y. WMlts, McLouth, Kan. KANSAS FARMERS' ALLIANC3S AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President.. Frank McGrath. Belolt. Vice-President Mrs. F.K. Vlckery, Emporia. Secretary J. B French. Topeka. Treasurer A. f!. Kaster, Burllnrame Lecturer Van H. Prather. CHumbus, Assistant Lecturer 8. M. Scott, McPherson, " OFFICIAL. Washihgtoh, D. 0., Jan. 2. 1891. All commissions issued to national or- csnizers from this office prior to Decern ber 2, 1890, are hereby declared to be null and of no effect, unless the same hare been renewed by proper authority. National organizers holding such com missions will make application to this oSce foa a renewal of the same. L. L. Polk, President N. P. A. and I. U. Persons desiring to be commissioned Z3 national organizers of the National Farmers' Al...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

11 LIBERAL ADVANCES ON SnlrMEflTS. 5"T I Al 11 HflA HAVE YOUR BANKER INVESTIGATf OUR STANDING. WRITE FOR OUR WEEKLY REPORTS. W I UWUIO, ItflW. Pimm mention Tub Advocatb. BROTH EE WILLITS HEARTILY ENDORSED. To Uie Editor of Tub Advocatb. I have had rousing meetings in Ar kansas and Mississippi; have been treated with royal kindness everywhere; have been trying to tell the people the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, in the south just as strong as in the west and north. I will go through Ala bama and Kentucky, where I deliver the oration on the Fourth at an old fashioned Kentucky barbecue with the promise of the biggest crowd ever assembled In Bowling Green. From there I go to the state meeting of Tennessee. I will be in Ilorton, Kans., September 7 and 8, Concordia 9 and 10, Hutchinson 14 and 15, Chanute 16 and 17, then to state meeting of Colorado. From there I go to Puget Sound, Washington, and from there to California for the month. Then I go to North Carolina and t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

COL. SAM WOOD. Kansas without "Sam Wood." What a e&d, strange sensation cornea with .the thought But come to think again, Kan e3 can nevor be without Sam Wood. His doings ar a large part of the . his fcory of the state. From the first frde state days up to the date of his cruel death Sam Wood was in and of and vigorously working for whatever was largest and wisest for the state he helped to make. As long as Kansas shall be a state, so long will the imprint and the Impulse of this brave man be felt and kept He was a "born fighter' so the newspaper writers have said. Yea, but he was always fighting for the weak ones: fighting because he loved freedom and hated oppression; fighting for some unpopular cause because he believed In It His convictions were no limp, nerve less affairs: they struck out through hia great muscular arms and through his clenched fists. But he was tired of this fighting era. He longed for the time when truth and justice and freedom need not be fought for. He ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

Au Hog Cholera. i The following letter from N. II. Gen try, of Sedalia, Missouri, one of the best known hog breeders of the United States, to the Wm. Hall Medicine Co., Is explicit and shows just how to cure hog cholera: WoODDALB FaBM, ) Sedalia, Mo., November, 28, 1890. ) The Wm. Hall Medicine Co., SL Louts, Mo: Dear Sihs: Now that I feel sure I am through with the cholera I will make a re port to you. I delayed this report for. the reason that I wanted to know the "end" and therefore make no guess at what I write you. On arriving home Ootober 13. 1800, from the St. Louis fair with my ehow hoga. I placed them in strict quarantine on the back Bide of my farm, as I have always done in years past, tho igh they showed no signs of disease. But about a week later the cholera broke out among them. By a miscarriage of the telegram sent Iou, as you know, it was several days before got your medicine. Four that were far gone before I began the use of your medi cine died, though we think the o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

voices the sentiment 07 the SOUTH. To tii Editor of Th Advocate; -It affords me great pleasure as &n Alii since man to speak through your noble Jouraal to my western brethren. thought that I would celebrate the day of the battle of Travilian Station, In Vir ginla, It being 'twenty-seven years ago. General Wade Hampton and General Sheridan, with their southern and north era armies, met in open battle field on Saturday and Sunday, June the 11th and 12ih, 1804, where a great many good men Icet their livea. Then we were exchang Ing bullets; now we are extending the richt hand of love to each other. Thank God for the great change. I was In those battles under Hampton and received a Blight wound on the second , day; but blocs the Lord that cruel war Is of the things of the past, and we are now battling for the laboring men of this dear country of ours; for this Is a grand country, and If there Is not a great re formation politically wrought, soon she will go with all the great nations...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

THUS ,;.I3VCOA!ri 15 1,000 SECOND HAfiD HAY PRESSES. U. S. Hay Press Supply Co., 8th and Mulberry Sts.; Kansu City, Mo IT WIIX PREVENT HOG CHOLERA. THE WESTERN STOCK f Is the Greatest Discovery of the Age for Horses, Cattle, Hog, Sheep and Poultry, It la a. natural remedv and preventative of all diseases of the blood and digestive organs. It acts freely on the liver and kidneys; tends to tone up the whole animal system, and Is a snre pre ventative of Hog Cholera and Chicken Cholera. One-pound, 2-pound and 5-pound boxes at 25c, COo and f 1, respectively. Manufactured only by WJ&TKUN STOCK FOOD CO.. Mention this paper. Bloomfleld, Iowa, GANGER POSITIVELY AND Permanently Cured No Knife used. A cure assured, with three to eight weeks treatment. Write for testimonials and Informa tion, or come and be examined by our medical director, M. S. Koehelle. THE WICHITA REMEDY COMPANY, Mention Advocate. Wichita, Kan A DnSITIVEI'orl'OST or ATXHTO KA VBQQ1) ; A rUal I If t General and WERV0U3 P...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 July 1891

'iHUHBULL, STEEAN- & ALIEN SEED CO. 1486.1428 St. Ixmla Ave., nansas City. Ma Colors In BJndsr Twine, Kay Slackers, Kay Rakes, Hay Carrier and Forks, Bale Tin, Etc., Be. - - ' V ' Write for prices. llennoa this paper. Mm Sllprc of Fruit n Prciuc3 LAWRENOS, HO. Special rates to Farmers Alliances and clubs. GEO. K BARS??. Prest GEO. HOLMES. Vice Prest CXIAS. W. BLACK, Office. J. 1L WAITE, Soc'y and Treaa. Late of White ft Holmes, Late of White ft RlaL CU5I?JES3 ESTABLISHED 1871. CAPITAL STOCK $250,000.00 PAID UP THE GEO. E. BARSE lm mock (Himmissiori m R:sss GO, 91, 92, First to, Lfo3 Stock Eic!!2ng3 ftIIJ!ig. KANSAS CITY, mssouEi. Consignments of stock receive the personal attention of some member of the compa ny, parties wanting assistance in feeding accommodated on reasonable terms. AUSTIN & GRAY BROS. EMPORIA, JUVNSJB, tojjite ail Bresisrs of Enllsl Sfe Clyflssiale, Poctooi, Suffolk Pancli, Frencli Coaob ani MarljBrei Stallions and Mares. " Mr. M. C. Gray, of this firm, is...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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