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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

0 MODERN IDOLATKY. To toe Editor of Thz Advocatr. An eminent writer has said that a peo ple will become like the object of their worship. Idolatrous nations have left , their landmarks for us and civilization advances in the wake of an ascending Ideal of worship. Undue devotion to the physical and material induces grossness, while the worshiper of a true God rises to the plane of a higher life. Our national history Is a glorious one, but like all human histories abounds in paradoxes. As Puritans we fled . ecclesiastical and state oppression to soon practice pro scription for heresy. We drafted the Im mortal Declaration of Independence, and enslaved a race. We Invented great ma chinery for the evangelization of the dark continent, and from the same port send missionaries, and shiploads of rum to make Africa a thousand fold darker. We are a Christian nation, but idolize both men and things. We are a government of, and for, and by the people, but give the people's domain to corpoationa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

TTXJ3 AX) VCO ATS, FFC1AL DIKEOTOHY. yATIONAL FAKMEES' ALIIANC3 AND INDUSTRIAL VNIOX. . rntilsnt ..L. T Polk, Washington, D. 0. Ito.Prcsldent. . . . B. IL Clover, Cambridge, Kan. cretarr J. H. Turner. Washington, D. 0. Lecturer. .J. F. W1WU, McLouth, Kan. KANSAS FARMERS' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President W. H. Blddle, Augusta Vlca President Mrs. F. B. Vlckory. Emporia Pa-6try J. B. French, Topeka Treasurer A. C. Easter, Burllngame Lecturer 8. M. Scott, McPherson Aut Lecturer.. Mrs. F. McCormlck, Great Bend OFFICIAL. In pursuance of authority conferred upon the executive board of the Confed eratlon of Industrial Organizations at the gasxlon of January 24, 1891, held In Washington, D. C, and after correspon dence with members of the board as chairman thereof, I hereby give notice that the next meeting of the said Con faderation of Industrial Organizations will be held at Washington, D. C, Feb ruary 22, 1892. By authority of a resolution passed in the eaid meeting January .24, 1...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

TZSn ADVCOAT 11 Without a Flaw. A rash assertion cannot be made strong by simple reiteration. If we say a thing is prompt in its action and Its effects are permanent, there should he evidence to support the assertion and that evidence should be without a flaw, like the fol lowing: January 17th, 1883. Messrs. Geo. C. Osgood & Co., druggists, Lowell, Massachusetts, wrote: "Mr. Lewis Dennis, 136 Moody street, desires specially to say that Orln Robinson of Granitevllle, Mass a boy of twelve years came to his house in the summer of 1881, walking upon crutches, his left leg having been bent at the knee for over two months and could not be bent back. Mr. Dennnls had some St Jacobs Oil in the house which he gave him to rub on his knee. In six days he had no use for his crutches and went home well without them, and he has been well since. St. Jacobs Oil cured him." After an interval of about four years, Messrs. Osgood & Co., on June 18th, 1887, were asked about the condition of the c...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

,- TOY GOOD NATIONAIUM. Ftcca lta New Nation. '. Kca.C.B. Collins, of Florida, having tees charged with communism because h3 advocated the Farmers' Alliance pro gnjrj, recently made a speech at Dade City; in Vhlch he said: "What a pity that Mr. Adams, vice president of our AUi ancaj should be compelled to cut down fcla peach trees because the express com panies persist in claiming the crop, yet all tie while our fellow citizens in New York are burning with an latenae desire for peaches. Sometimes I am not so sure ' that . I'm glad I'm living. Maybe if I could go to sleep and wake up 100 years from cow in Bellamy's Utopia, I would Cad all these matters arranged; but sup pose I should wake up In the frowning presence of 'Cesar's Column,' might I not find things all disarranged? "If our government has become strong enough to reach up to the higher strata of air above the arid plains of Texas, and like a cloud-compelling Jove, force the rain to water the earth, I think its mighty u hand...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

KUi: iiJDVOCATia 10 OFFIQIAL. The executive, committee of the Con federation of Industrial organizations la hereby called to meet in the city of In dianapolis, Ind.. on the 16th day of No vember, 1891, for the purpose of deciding upon the basis of representation to the great labor conference to be held on the 22d day of February, 1892, and also to consider requests for a change of the place of said meeting to some other city than Washington, D. C. By the terms of the law of the organ! zatlon the chairman of the executive committee of every organization of pro ducers willing to co-operate in securing the Ocala demands is a member of this executive committee, and is entitled to act as such at this meeting. Each member of this committee is re quested to report to the Alliance com mittee of arrangements by 10 o'clock a. m., on November 16. Ben Terrill, President C. of 1. 0. NOTICE To National .Board of Organization, the National Officers and National and State .Organizers of the Nationa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

hMidHoitM income all of gr yf f N your life t Ifaoaend tor Jl A. pecimana of penman- f ."2""! , .kLid and full partlca- ( -OSO.,?., lam conreriwm miw fmou Busmsss f RAimwa School tho - WmFlElB BUSnCSS CfJUIUJ. Addrelic. 8. PEKiiJf, WiNiau,kAii8Afc C T') SoardRoaia and IV j . Tuition, 10 weeki. SMIIIA FJORLIJIL UHIVERS1TY. A school for everybody, 3-page catalogue showing NOW IT IS DONE tent FREE. Write to L. TIIOKOMAN, President, Mention Advocate. Saiina, Km. WICHITA. KANSAS. SEND FOX CATALOGUE. . Book-keeping, Short hand. Telegraphing, ren raanahlp. Typewriting, and ail other business blanches thorougly taught Gjuates secure Xood positions. BoARD, 11.90 PK WEEK. Send for circulars. Mention Advocate. THIS eahsas noniiAL collm, VOXIT 6COTT, KANSAS, Is 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 &Jto 39 per term of 10 weeks. Clashes are ar ranged to suit all who come. Many young men and...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

3DUTT02ST HOUSE. Kaxt Doer Sduth f Court House, Topaka, ITansai JM. X. DUTTON, Iroprietor. I1.C0 per day. special rates to Alliance. Mention Th Advocate c K8TAUIjISIII2I 1869. tQinni: WriUux. Mention this paper. itf I II III" ' -jMIJ .. 'y77??l'l"r"''''"l' " ' ' "" ' J ' ' l v.: ,.:.-,l!'i:Jv.;t:::l:?i!':l,:....i....;.,.:,.,l.: ', .. i.. .v.t,.J:t...:-:. CENTS' (Ml en pan (or your addren la the i "jtarenur vtreciory ior we 1 isk I Ttiuusandfi of firms want addressee of parson I to woom they can mail papers, majraalnes. 1 Dletures. cards. Ac. VKKK as samples, and onr I patrons rvvrire bnxhels of mail. Try lt yoa will be wkix rLKssxv wim me small invest mePt Address T. D. I'AlfHKU D.601 , Bajlattsa, Iasttaaa. 'l ivUML H !ms ll iinl llh brat marrlaijt papar pub. nsnmi. it couuiu urnriv aup-rauaaiaiuaniniy from Udw ai.d pvinlciiHrn bo wast to cor- t-jj rmKiiid. Ali'ra jun lava btrm utoraaniUT Ijf iimrrird th'i uvhour uwf than ailotharaorallad paper (-"tmiimii. f uoiwriiiun pm, f i .w pr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 November 1891

It ft unn iiinM m J if! Bssa co. Gmi, Fiofd. 'Caksn and TrM Seeds, Onion Sets, Etc. l&nd for catalogue. JMfree. -1428-1428 &T.L0UI9AV, KANSAS CITY, MO. I - - ft Farmers' lice Benefit Association. JSi AIM AVAJlMUt A IVdw J. IL. WAITJS, dc7 ana ATe&s. Organized and controlled toy, and a part of the Fanners' Alliance and Industrial Union of Kansas. Every Member of the Alliance Should gecur a Policy at Once, inmi and mrtlcnlars address. ' H. BAUGHMAK, Secretary, Burrton, Kansas. BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1871. CAPITAL STOCK $250,000.00 PAID UP in thf mmm of kujsasI nun fa timers' alliakcjs iHuiui.iji ";:"" address the secretary, JBD JACKSON, MoPherson, Kansas. THE GEO. E. BAESE essns SO, 91, 929 First Fl2or9 Uy3 Stock Exchangs EsiHdliag. - KANSAS CITY, - - - MISSOUliL RAW K 41 lj EIIPOEIA, KANSAS. The Leading "Western Importers of ENGLISH SHIRE, SUFFOLK PUNCH, PERCHERON, YORKSHIRE COACH and FRENCH COACH STALLIONS. w ar iriad to state that wa are the only Americans lucky enough to...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

Devoted to the Interests VOL. m. NO. 12. PflABISAISM IN PUBLIC LITE. From the November Arena. The poisonous and corrupting influ ence of Pharisaism ia noticeable in every strata of society, as vicious and odious to-day as when the great Galilean, with the supreme contempt of a pure and genuine soul, denounced in such wither ing terms those who pretended to be what they were not Evil and repulsive as hypocrisy must ever appear, it as sumes colossal proportions as a moral crime, when it masquerades in the robes of official authority, for nothing so surely undermines all respect for law in the mind of the masses as exhibitions of In sincerity,. Inconsistency, and Pharisaism by those Invested wit power. The peo; pie are not bo slow wilted as the few who takeprlda, ra 'their: superior IMiqy imagine. .They quickly detect insincerity or hypocrisy; but unfortunately, they frequently do not discriminate between the offender and the office in the nation or the communion which he disgraces. Ph...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

e w Tim - Asvcoiurm MES. KCE3Y BEITEBATES. She Tells Sherman Some Ham Facts In Plain Words. Fostobia, 0., October 17, 1891. Hon. John Shebmax Dear Sir: My attention baa just been called to your criticism of "Seven Financial Conspira cies," In the Enquirer of the 15th Inst. You say you first read the book with "astonishment and surprise." I am not surprised at your astonish ment when you seethe enormity of your acts summed up and presented to the people in a plain, matter of fact way, and that it should afford you amusement is only in keeping with' a character that could deliberately plan such diabolism. You say that the "Seven Financial Con ' spiracles" are the seven great measures by which the country was saved from the perils of war, and yet five of these laws were not enacted until after the war had closed. Senator, will you attempt to say that the contraction of the currency in 1880, the public credit strengthening act of 18G9, the refunding act of 1870, the de monetization of s...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

0 ORGANIZATION OF THE PEOPLE'S PABTI IN CALIFORNIA. From the Garden City Alliance. At 10 o'clock a. m. the 23d inst, the People's party had met at Hayard pavll llon at Los Angelee, pursuant to call of committee, ready for duty. Browned, brave, true men and their wires and daughters, from fifty-three counties, had assembled in the name of the people to renounce forever all connection with the existing parties of our land. Merry faces betokened glad heart?, but there was a spirit of determination evident to the most casual observer that these people had met not simply for recreation or amusement but that there was business to be accomplished and that with willing hands and hearts it should be done. Promptly on time President Cannon called the convention to order, having been selected by the national committee to do so. He desired particularly that the convention be orderly and peaceful It had been predicted that thlsconven tion, composed of different elements, would be disorderly and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

pMmm N. R. P. A. Published Every Wednesday by tha , , ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO; 8, HoLaluw, President, I sola ' J. P. LtHiBuawKa, Bus. Manager, . V. T. Bitowir, Sec'y Treasurer, J nopnw H. IIcLAttix, Editor. ffiASSk" Associate Editor Advertising hate. Display Matter, 20 cents per Has, Agate meas urement (14 lines to tbe Inch) Heading Notices, 40 cents per line, ddress all communications to tad ADVOCATE PUBUSHiXQ CO. Topcki Kansas. TOPEXA, NOVEMBER 11, 1891. (Eatarfwl as second claaa matter in the Post 02a at Topeka, Kansas.) SPECIAL CLUB LISI, Taa Advocati 4 Chicago Express 1.75 " " Dexter Free Press..... 1.75 " ' Nonconformist 1.75 11 Kansas Commoner.... L75 Toiler ........LBS " Kansas Farmer ...1.75 " Weekly Nationalist;. ;.1.60 " " Our Own Opinion..... 1.50 " " National Reformer... .1.05 " " Pacific Rural Press.... 3.00 " " . Missouri World .1.25 A W0BD OF C1IEEH FROM COWLEY COUNTY. The Arkansas City Dispatch, in speaking of the election in Cowley county, remarked: The election of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

TZ-ZH2 ADVOOAT21 QLink county, where the Republicans last year elected one Justice of the peace and one road overseer, this year elects every Republican can didate In the county. That Is what pur friends Mrs. Lease and Mrs. Dlggs would call a "revolt Hon." Laurence Journal. The average vote for the People's ticket last year in Linn county was 1,781. This "off year" in politics our average vote is 1,827. It is beaten by the Demo-Republican combination, notwithstanding its increased vote, and this is what the Journal calls a great Republican victory. JACKSON COUNTY. In 1883 the Republicans of this county were 759 votes in the lead. In 1890 their vote was 1,572; the Peo ple's party vote was, 1,127; the Demo cratic, 490, and the Prohibition 10. It will be seen that the Republicans led the People's party 445 votes. Now in 1891 the Republicans elect all of their candidates for county officers; their majority on register of deeds is 290; on treasurer 262; on county clerk 217; on surveyor 2...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

INTRINSIC VAIXX We have received from the author, Mr. D. 0. McMillan, No. 25 Broad street, New York, advance sheets cf en article from his pen prepared for ! the Journal of Finance, and which he says will likewise appear in the New Haven Palladium, in answer to the question asked by Tee Advocatz a short time ago, concerning the property upon which the intrinsic value of gold and silver depc The article appears in another column of this issue, and we desire to ex amine some of its statements. Before doing so, however, it may be well to observe that the reasoning of the writer is somewhat obscure, though his conclusions are . explicitly stated. We shall deal with his conclusions therefore, rather than with hia argu ment. The .first one is stated as fol lows: The cost of production of gold and ailver la labor or the representative of labor, capital, expended in Its production Is, therefore, the property which adheres to It as Its Intrinsic value. Is this true? Let us see. It is a well ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

1 J 1 1 5 ; -A 1) "V Thi elegant hotel Bonham, of Clay Center, which was erected five years ago at a cost of 1100,000, has been closed and its content sold at auction. Latcraie Record. Another evidence of the great pros perity everywhere prevailing in Kan sas. How soon can J. K. Hudson find time to look over the series of ques tions we asked him some time ago in relation to certain statements made by him In his speech at Erie, Kan., in 1873. Now that the election is over we hope he may have leisure to attend to this matter. SUGGESTION TO CORRESPONDENTS. Not a week passes that we do not receive letters of inquiry in relation to some of the questions involved in the St Louis, Ocala and Cincinnati platforms. Most of these letters re quest personal replies, and yet very few of them enclose return postage. They also involve the necessary search for facts and figures which consumes a great amount of valuable time if we undertake to give accurate in formation. While we are willing at all 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. — 11 November 1891

Judge Doster is defede-y ' a Democrat -and an ontspoio'i' fcsub nissionist. The great and only pro hibition party did it . Tins Alliance and the People's par ty have all gone to pieces, but most cf the pieces seem to have been as the polls on election " day just the same as before the "disintegration" took place Tms one fact that the Republican and Democratic parties get together when the supremacy of the hitherto dominant party is threatened by a new political force, is proof positive that their former bitter warfare has been only a sham, designed to blind the eyes of the people. Kansas Democrats have now tried every imaginable combination that could be thought of in order to secure office except fusion with the third party prohibitionists. We mean no disrespect to the Prohibitionists, but it would not be suprising if that party should receive Democratic overtures next year. From every part of the state comes information of the great amount of drunkenness prevalent on election day....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

tiactly bold theea laws to be wrong Kid mi just in every particular. There is not a good thing about them. We do not quote them as an argument in favor of the sub-treasury plan because there is really very little parallel be tween the distillery warehouse sys tem fad the sub-treasury plan. What we do refer to it for is to show that Republicans who object so strenu ously to the one have no word of con demnation for that which is much more iniquitous and dangerous to the interests and liberties of the peo ple than anything that could be con ceived to favor the agricultural in dustry. Does Bion Butchins know of any other Republican legislation that he is not quite satisfied with? If so why does he not tell his readers what it is and come out boldly . in favor of changes? Such action all along the Republican line would give the party some ground for the claim of sincerity in its pretense of a desire for reforms. While the party continues, however, to justify all the iniquitous legislati...

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

10 - cFFCJAi DinrcTcny. RATIONAL FAB3I3EE3 AXLIAKCS AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. Tr'ent L. L. Polk, "Washington, D. CL V President.. ..B. II. Clover, Cambridge, Kan. f . rotary J. H. Tumr, Washington, I. C. Uartr. J.F.Wliilta,McLouth, Kan. KANSAS FARMEES' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. rodent W. II. Riddle, Augusta Vice President Mrs. F. R. Vlfkory, Em porta eretary J. B. French. Topeka TrtKUiirer A. C. Easter, BurltaKame jeasrer S. M. Scott, Mcf henon Asa't Lecturer.. Mrs. F. McCormlck, Great Bend OFFICIAL. The executive committee of the Con fsdaration of Industrial organizations Is hereby called to meet in the city of In dlaaapolia, IncLon the 16th day of No vember, 1891, for the purpose of deciding mm VaKaia nt nr a a An failnn tfl tJiA great labor conference to be held on the 22d day of February, 1892, and also to consider requests for a change of the pkce cf said meeting to some other city than Washington, D. C. By the terms of the law of the organi zation the chairman of the executiv...

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

11 '. INTBINSIC VALUE. ; Will some of the advocates of the doc trine that intrinsio value ia essential in the material of which money is composed be kind enough to inform us upon what prop erty the intrinsic value of sold and silver depends? Please be speciflo and dear in the explanation. This is a question we desire to eee ventilated. Who will give us the answer? The Advocate, Topeka, Kan. , This Is a fair question tnd it should have a fair answer. Intrinsic value, as we understand it, la the labor cost of any substance created, produced, mined or worked upon. By the laws of supply and demand another value attaches to a substance or varies lt,butthe Intrinsic val ue, we believe, ia that which ia - repre sented in the labor cost of its production. Value presents Itself as a tangible thing to the human mind, and it Is human la bor whose expenditure is represented by thedollars-and-centa cost of the things produced in the first instance. Once cre ated the thing itself becomes the basi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

- msisAira in rniLxc-inx- (Ccmilmedfrorfirttpm&,) r.ril and to Mr. Coma took, and these men wtre appealed to in vain to stop tie prose cution. (3,) Mr. Comstock, In a letter to " Woman's Journal, characterized the calling of Christian Life as violation of tha law, and this before the trial oc curred." If llr. Comstock, as hla letter io the Woman's Journal Indicates, rj-garded ths mailing of Chrutian life a violation of postal laws, why was no notice taken cf It by him or his Chicago agent for almost ft year? Why this culpable der etktion of duty until after the anti- vice society and the postal department had been criticised by Mr. Caldwell? It Clatters not, for the point I wish to em phasize, whether the persecution of Mr. Caldwell, was, as appearances would lead case to infer, a ret&litory stroke in punish dent for presuming to criticise the postal department and anti-vice society, or whsther ths censorship was asleep for thpace of ten months and only chanced to'wake up af...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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