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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

eign country, the government loses the tax das thereon. If shipped to another port in the United states they tre "subject to the same rules and regulations as if originally imported there." They may, therefore, remain in this new port in government warehouses for another term of three years, if desired, and may still be exported at the discretion of the owner, without payment of the tax. By this time these goods have increased in value by the "aging process" and by repeated sea voyages from 30 or 40 cents per gal lon up tof eight or ten dollars, being sold at these fancy prices to tickle the palates of millionaire aristocrats, and the duty, when finally paid, is equal only to the internal revenue tax due in the start. It will be seen that the rise in value is better than money at com pound interest But the end is not yet It seems that the commissioner of internal revenue when he made his report in 1887 was not entirely satisfied with the warehousing privileges already provided, and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

UsrcxB Sam lant as poor as some of bis neighbors. .He la worth la round number $G2oo,ooo,ooo not a bad worth. .IteMson Champim. " True, but who has all this wealth! Tint Emporia Republican thru compliments Hon. H. B. Kelly, of Mo- Pherson, and the Trans-Mississippi Congress: The Trans-Mlsotssippi Congress, which la now la session at Omaha, Is the tame concern that the free traders captured from Senator H.B. Kelly at Kansas City. Thla la the third meeting, but it has never accomplished anything of any Importance, and never will The Alliance by mistake hoisted the wrong kind of a flag Monday. They should have raised the rebel flag at It would have been more appro priate to the occasion. PhiUipiburg Dispatch. This insult to the men upon whom the Dispatch relies for its patronage stirred np each a commotion that the editor seeks to escape responsibility for it by attribnting it to the "typos." This is cowardly. Boys, would it not be well to teach the editor of the Dispatch that it is no...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

J2IP0RM "REPUBLICAN" PLEASE COPY. To the National Economist: Alsxakder, La., Oct 3.-Tbe conference that met here la support of the Ocala demands unanimously decided to organize the People'! party In this state on the basis of the platform adopted at Cincinnati In may last. T. A. Claytox, Chairman State Executive Committee, People's Party. Louisiana, like Texas, is not dis posed to wait for the convention of February 22, 1892. This is right there is no necessity for waiting. We shall be disappointed if there are not others to make a break before the time appointed. Ma. J. B. Hunter, a well known Republican of Nebraska, said the following to a friend in Denver re cently: Now you ask about political affairs In Nebras ka. Being a Republican, I reirret very much to ay that In my opinion the -Farmers' Alliance will sweep the state this fall. Both the old par ties have put up strong tickets, but that will not make any difference. The Alliance will elect Its whole state ticket. .'" Of late ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

0 0 JLJ. NSW BEPUBLICAN Ln'EUTUtlT ' The League Bulletin for 'Ocitbtfi 1891, VoL 1, No. 1, has been issued by tuthority of the Kansas ItepSblteSi league. It is a four page, six coltpj:? paper, and abont one-half of it ijd voted to a dreary speech from Hon. Joseph W. Ady, who is United States district attorney for Kansas under the Harrison and Morton administra tion. v-- It is the kind of a speech that might have been looked for from a ssrvant and paid worshipper m administration that is m foil sympa thy with the British theory of finance. The following brief editorial is herewith presented as a unique finan cial morceaiL, indicative of the eenuj meat of the Republican party of tHj nation in its declining and dym? If you have a five dollar treasury note la your possession then the government owes you flv dollars and ought to pay you the money. It will he time enough (or the government to commence loaning money to your neighbor after settlement has been made with you. If the holder of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

.9 JETFEHSONIAN DOOCRACY NOT A MYTH IN TUS SOUTH. The following editorial ia from the Southern Alliance Farmer of Atlan ta, Ga.. and one purpose that The Ad vocati has in presenting it to its read era is to acquaint them with the fact that the Empire state of "the bid South"ia yery much alive on the great vital issues of the period. The 'Advocate feels willing to ad monish such Kansas Republican mag nates as George T. Anthony, James R. Burton, Edward K. Funston, Jo seph KHudson and Preston B.Plumb that their continued . misrepresenta tions of the real feeling existing among the great body of the people in the southern states will ere' long react on them and bring them to po litical grief. With the fate of ex-Senator Ingalla staring them in the face as a perti nent object lesson, they seem in them selves to verify the declaration that knowledge alone does not save the soul; that the saving principle is a rea sonable humility and a justifying wis dom. But, political idolaters as the a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

10 OFFIOJALDrOTCy, ' . RATIONAL FARMERS' ALIANCS A JO) INDUSTRIAL UNION. Fred(3ent..........L. L. Tclk, WwshttKton, D. a Vice-President.... B. n. Clover, Cambridge Kan. fi;cT8tary.. J. IL Turrw, Washington, P. 0. Lecturer J. F. Wllllts, McLouth, Kan. KANSAS FARMERS' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President Frank McGrath. Belolt. Vice-President Mrs. F.R. Vlckery, Emporia. Secretary J. B. French, Topeka. Trmourer A. C. Easter, Burlln?me Lecturer., van tt. rrather, CMum&us. Assistant Lecturer.... ..8. M. Scott, McPherson. OFFICIAL. In pursuance of authority conferred upon the executive board of the Confed ezation of Industrial Organizations at the session of January 21 1891, held In Washington, D. C, and after correspon dance with members of the board as chairman thereof, I hereby give notice that the next meeting of the said Con; federation pf Industrial Orgaalzatlons will be held at Washington, D. ty Feb ruary 22, 1803. ;. ' By authority of a resolution passed in the eald meeting...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

..spa :iarcai ' 4 t3.' nOW IT BUSTED AT B2LL2TILL5. To the Editor of Thb Adtocatb. Yesterday at Belleville, was witnessed another breaking up of the Alliance and People's party which are becoming bo common all over Kansas. The weather was fine except t he wind blew quite strong from the northwest As early as 9 "o'clock the people began pouring into town with flags and banners gaily flutter ing In the breeze. Mr. Terpenlng of this place was called to the platform and made a rousing little speech, after which the meeting adjourned for dinner with the understanding to assemble again at the speaker's stand as soon as the band should commence playing. Mr. Gillette, of Jowa, was then intro duced to the audience. Bight here a little Incident happens that might have resulted In serious trouble. Simulta neoua with the opening remarks of the speaker, an orchestra, just across the street from the speaker's stand, suddenly turned themselves loose In a very lively fashion, almost entirely drowni...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

JE223 'j&V'OO&.'FJ. :'tl:i.7atoslj0; county tbo prsst Kcbllcia ' shariff, S. E.v TM i ;!rcl ft renocainatioa by hii pArly,' . . a 11 tr.- ma is running aa en maepEaaa ; C(r.a5:JatflL ' . And J. W. Boyer tteo ccsdoihtta himself on indepeadcji cdi&ie, saying: ' ' Win our leadeii so far forget the true prlnol y3tof t3i Republican party as to fiurorand a route j ondflriandad method, the nomination el ft rata upon the Republican ticket who U sa ariwt ; Democrat, It teems to me the time Ma esmet&en these leaden and their methods should to rebuked by the totes of all honest 'rasa. It seems to me party weUare demands it. Therefore, In behalf of the straight RepbUMi cf Waubonsee county, I announce 'myself anta- Csttai't candidate. . .Arsr nct Republican . ringsfera in county a nica est of men, ncssbers of their party thcmselna l:Li'3 judge. Tas occur ance of the fire on Sunday evening prevents the publication of some mztiars of interest which we had dei elned should appear be...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

Aan OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE "CLANDESTINE" GRAND LODGE, $F THS- STATE OF KANSAS. BUV YOUR Q06D3 , All, WflOUESAIwB PRICKO. FARPERS.LLIANCE Tom B. Hiskxy, Grand President. Jaxi Sobumozb, Grand Lecturer. W. B. Kkixbiqht, Grand Secretary. Bants Bobih, Grand Treasurer. Rxy. S. P. Nash, Grand Chaplain. - BXST.IE AUMMSI MAMt- Eiecutive Committee). Oberlin, Kansas, 189 We hate published a book ooctabiasf the eorottlcite work of the FARMER'S ALL! ANCE with an accurate diacription of all SIGNS, GillPS, aod everything, inoladinj the 'Aba-vvuiiJo now in use. Any perjoa nannj work :caa enter any county or sub alliance. The ritualistto work la the same aa tisai published by the N. V. San, which is correct, but the secret work is very different, and in complete. We bate the CORRECT RITUALISTIC and SECRET WORK, witibh we will furnish to any address, postpaid, 1 oopy? 35c, 6 copies, $1.50; 12 copies $2.50. The object of this oraamzatioa and publica tion is to ecatier seeaa or aiMsmion ana ccrx...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

. HUSOT WILL.OUT. C-e of the BepubUcan Nominees', Schemes A Disreputable Offer, Kafie and, Aceejt,ca, Uut the Tide Changed-The Tool Weakened En J Oxcssed the Whole Plot. Yi oia the Jflolton Intoendent, Oct. 17, SCSI. t It hsi ; been' rumored that ono of the r spttMICAn candidates has offered $200 to certain individual to prepare a written libelous statement against one of the people's party candldatea for one of the minor ofUces. 1 , , : This offer, we are Informed, waa made conditional that Is, the $200 waa to be paid provided the particular republican received the election to. the office for which he haa received the nomination. The plan waa all arranged and the li bel was not to be published until Just before the election. The thing waa all prepared and the scheme concocted be fere the people's party convention waa held and when it was thought that per haps the nominations would be a little different from what they proved to be. Unfortunately for our republican friend the man who...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

IDTTTTOlSr HOUSE. Rest Door SouUi f Court Honse, Topska, Kanm. OHIO & " MISSISSIPPI RAILWAY. X " -verortaA Tfea Daly BsaJ Running i Passssgsr Tula ST. LOUIS TOMCINCINNATI. 3 Solid Yestibnled Was. Without are un by this line from St.Louls p Ytrn to Cincinnati, and all passengers nave tne use of these Vestibule , cars. Charge. Less than our time from Si-. Louis to 4 n Cincinnati, Mng much quicker T 1 u than by the longer and Inferior Hours, routes. By the Ohio & Mississippi R'y THKRRIS no CHAisram of oax&3 from St Louis to Louisville, Cincinnati, New York, f hiladelphia, Baltimore, Washington and other important points east. Tho 0. A M. Railway it tho shortest and quickest and transports more passengers from St. Louis eastward than any other line. BATES for passage tickets by the 0.& M. B y are much less than by omer routes. Through tickets via this route are for sale at offices of connecting lines west, northwest and southwest. When purchasing ask for tickets via unto...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 October 1891

1 M ! : n.;if i- "177 ' "'" TSJtKrTJ PTSEAN . A AIXEN Gratl, HtfC-rtfr Tree Seeds, Onion Sell, Etc. gt'Gdfcftv:;Jcsaa. Mailed frw, M2M423 ?. LOUIfl Jiva. '' i KANSAS CITY, MO. I sS 7 IT'' J' Stlrr a aSc?33' I40Q MM AYE.. Red, White, Alfalfa and Alalke Clovers. vnTfllfl mmT ,Ta iimoiny, u me urus,urcnara urass. itea k a . n x i i n i j i Top, Oidon Sets, Tree Seeds. Cane Seed. 11011 ona wul raa rsi rT ft '1 tars' llie leifit Association. OiiaLtod and eontrollsd by, tad ft pastcitte Farmers' AlUanee and Industrial Union of Kansas. Every Member of the Alliance Bhajj Secure Policy at Once. For agency and particular! d'dw, ,H. iBAUGHMAM, Sscratary, Burrton, Kansas. fl THF F OF KANSAS . . " "J?T. . . t . icm. vrv rAMPiwr nir KANSAS lnnires all doesT Insures hve stock on or off the prernises anywhere tnjthe state. The actual cos ;o Insur ance for -ftepart: five lyears In thU company hai beetf four-flflh ? l per id Ih the to cnvaaM patronage In tie future we believe It wUl not coat even tha...

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

Devoted to the Interests VOL. III. NO. 11. COMMON SENSE AND PARTISANSHIP. To the Editor of Thk Advocate. From the Kansas City Journal of October 24, I clip the following terse, lucid and logical editorial. This editorial occupied a position in the adjoining column to the one containing an eulogis tic panegyric of Senator Plumb and his absurd and nonsensical theories ad vanced by him for campaign purposes and which are bo strangely at variance with his honest convictions, as so ad mirably expressed in the United States Senate during the debate over the free coinage bill. ThQ Journal B&ji: . MONEY. The lecture ' of Professor Blackmor on money was the first of the Kansas City university course. The paper was of coarse able, .but it was also the closet, the college, the teacher's theory of money. It was not the phiosophieal theory, and is contrary to the practical experience of the world. These gold advocates never get the idea that a gold currency can be inflated as well as a paper...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

1 ''A pm SEIATO, II ELECTED, John Livingston Tells Tales Ills Relation to the Election of General Gordon. Hit Contract With the Editor of the Atlanta Journal. Ills Success In Georgia Secures a Contract With Ingalls Which Less Successful Other Reve lations Promised, Like is Campville, Tioga Co., N. Y., Oct 24, '91 To the Advocate Publishing Company, TopiJca, Kama: 4 Because of my absence, your telegram of the 23d did not reach me until this morning, and pursuant to my promise of the 20th, you have, herewith, the mater ial portion of the correspondence referred to. Let me add, that we had at our dls poeal a fund almost fabulous in amount; but a careful surrey of the field proved the impossibility of its use except at the peril of personal liberty. But the auda city of the Republican committee with whom I pursued a tentative course for the purpose of ascertaining the length to which it was willing to go to Injure the People's party, impelled me to tell the whole truth. There can be no ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

CA1IF0ENU STATS ALLIANCE ANNUAL MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT. Brother and Sitters of the State AUianct of California: Among the expected events ever before us in the flight of time, which the heart fondly anticipates aa we near the point of fruition, Is the annual meeting of the State Alliance, to those who parted at San Jose and have traveled through the vicissitudes of the passing year. Since last we separated, manly aspirations, no doubt, have excited each of us to deeds of energy and enterprise to exertions In the battle of life, where some have won the meed desired, and others, perhaps, have wearied by the way, in trouble and disannolntment Our farewells were uttered In the true sentiment of brotherhood, and, as we rarted. each one on his path of life, the strong ligaments of affection between heart and heart have held us in sympatny In our wanderings, warmed us Into action for the fulfillment of our missions, ana finally brought us together again In the satisfactory assurance that...

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

AID VOCATja' ' I. R. P. Published Every Wednesday by tlis ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. 0. McLallik. President. ) oi J. P. LiMEBOENxa, Bui. Manager, W. T. Bbo wn, Bec'y Treasurer, J Proprietor! MBS. Annis L Dxaos, J. a IlXBBAKD, I Associate Editors. Advertising Rates. Display Matter, 20 cents per line, Agate meas- cremeni u unes w me incu) Heading Notices, 40 cents per line, ddress all communications to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHED CO. Topeka Kansas. TOPEKA, KAN., NOVEMBER 4, 1891. (Entered as second class matter in the Post Offloe at Topeka, Kansas.) SPECIAL CLUB LIST. Ths Asvocats & Chicago Express.. 1.7S " " Dexter Free Press 1.75 " Nonconformist ...1.75 " 2 Kansas Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toiler L85 , " , " Kansas Farmer. 1.75 " " Weekly Nationalist.. ..1.50 " " Our Own Opinion 1.50 " " National Reformer.... 1.05 . " Paoiflo Rural Press.... 3.00 " " Missouri World 1.25 THE QUENEMO GLEE CLUB. Among the attractions at the State Alliance at Salina, was the Qaenemo Glee Club; and its services ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

Tims ':ArvccLiyrin, (!' Tin campaign of 1891 ended Tues day,November 3, and the campaign of 1892 began on Wednesday morning. Let there be no cessation of effort on the part of any People's party man or woman nntil the victory of next November is accomplished. Let onr friends who visit Topeka not forget that The Advocati office is now located npon the f onrth floor of the Knox bnilding, on Sixth street, between Kansas avenne and Jackson street. The elevator will land yon right at the door of onr office. Call and see us. Mbs. Fannie McCormick, of Great Bend, desires ns to announce that she is publishing a little book under the title of "A Kansas Farm," being a representation of life on the farm in western Kansas. It will be issued from the publishing house of J. B Alden & Co., New York, about the 16th of November. Has anybody seen anything in any of the "great dailies" concerning the recent indorsement of the Ocala plat form by the State Alliances of Call fomia, Kansas,Michigan, I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

THE iUDVOOilTia THE WEALTH OF KANSAS. Oar DEBTS eland for our invest ments, and not for onr losses.' Thsy represent onr enterprise and not our misfortune, onr PROPERTY and not onr poverty. Kansas Republican League. It will undoubtedly be a relief to the Republican editors, now that the election is past, to think that the im mediate emergencies of the day do not require them to consume their whole time in the invention of new lies relating to the People's party. They can rest from this laborious task now till the word is givsnfor a re newal of it for the great campaign o; 1892, when they will be expected to do especially good work in that line such as is demanded by the necessi ties of the case. Tnz Capital, in its tirade against the farmers of Republic county, charges them with being "anarchists and socialists." This indiscriminate use of these terms by Republican editors of the pin-head variety clearly demonstrates that they have no con ception of the meaning of either of them. 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. — 4 November 1891

Tim iU)VCOATIi Tax third party leSders assure us that the Argentine Republic money la not the sort of money they propose to Issue. That may be true, but It Is unquestionably more like their proposed money than any other now In existence, and It Is also much , the most worthless. Emporia !? publican. The Republican has repeated this lie so often that it is now put forth with the assumed air of sincerity. The paper money of Argentine is mostly the exact counterpart of the national bank currency of the United States, and if the editor of the Re publican was honest he would tell his readers that this is true. THAT LIVINGSTON FORGERY. The conscienceless nincompoops of of the Topeka Capital, the Lawrence Journal and the Emporia Republican continue to reiterate the forged letter of L. F. Livingston, of Georgia, de claring that when the Alliance gets in power it will abrogate all pension legislation. We have repeatedly shown this to be a forgery, and yet it continues to go, simply because t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

.1 Tim 'imvaajri THIS VALUE OF; RELEASE OF MORTGAGE FIGURES AS GIVEN AT STATED TUL23 BY THE "CAPITAL." The official state paper of Kansas la mildly referred to In the following mat ter from the Plain vllle Times, plainly showing what an utter perverson of facts characterizes the statistics that the Coi tal is wont to give in its supreme devo tion to the interests of organized rao- , nopoly: In the Times of October 1 a challenge was issued to Walter R. McNutt, register of deeds of Rooks county, to furnish this paper with the names of those parties who hare paid farm mortgages in Rooks county during the six months ending August 1, 1891, together with descriptions of land on which such mortgages were he'd. As stated before, our object in making the challenge was to ascertain whether the mortgage re ports which have been published monthly in the Topeka Capital for the past six months were true reports of mortgages actually paid, or whether the Capital had included in its figures, for po...

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