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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

THE LESSON TAUGHT. From the Toller, Nashville, Term. The reports from the Bricerille mining districts, while they startle the more con servative and easy going element of our state, were not altogether unexpected by those who were in close touch with tie situation. The miners rested their cause first in the hands of the legislative body of our great state; it proved unworthy of the trust. They next sought the courts where they met a construction of our iniquitous system wholly unfriendly to them. Their next resort was an organ ized mob; the result is, 805 convict felons turned loose to prey upon society. Why should the state of Tennessee nurse a system which compels 3,990 peaceful in habitants to make felons of themselves that they may protect their homes and firesides? . When it became apparent that the peace and welfare of the state was en dangered Governor Buchanan called the Legislature together, and in as able a message as ever emanated from the state department of Tennessee ur...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

r&fitmsti firm.- Alia Aiiva to ties ixus. 'Prof'.r.:: flcut bora Mercury. - " . . ' The Harrison &din!mrtrst!o2i exjxjcta to win the western farmer back into the republican party through reciprocity la hear prod acta and cereals. Ha-'Democratic bosaea expect to lure the southern farmers to agitn become the t:M to their political klta, by apeak. lag robber tariff and denoanctag the force bill. , ifext -March It will "be la order for these self-important bosses to lay down the hatchet, all along the line, resolve themselves . Into a mutual admiration society, and by a united effort down the move of the people to free themselves from the brutal rule of plutocracy. f The farmers in the north, south, east and west, and their confederates demand 'more; money, and they will cot be side tracked. They know that the relative amount of money In circulation, with the demindfor its use, puts the price on la bor'Sj. product. They also know that European Influence legislated American money...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

DUTTOIT HOUBB; 5, , ' Next Door South of Court Honso, Topeka, Ifansaj EC IL,:DIJTT02J, Proprietor, f 1.E3 per day. Special rates to Alliance. Xliailca Tna Advocate fc'iiiistoihiW11 i u ' inn iim ijiTimfl iWCJxrsi v. "Tho Alliance Nightingale." This popular book Is used by teas of thousand In the United States. No Alliance or labor or ganization is complete without Bister Florence oimstead's song dock, xne success 01 ica atj ance movement in Kansas Is lamely due to these inspiring sonsrs. one song, "ice .New JUMiee, Is worth more than the price of the book. The; are set to familiar tunes so that all can sins. take great pleasure In offering my book to the Al liance people of the United States, because I know its sentiment fits the times and needs of the people's movement. 'The Alliance Nightin gale' was endorsed and recommended by the National Alliance at Ocala, Florida, Price 10 cents per copy, or $1 per dozen. Please don t sena scamps. Address ine aumor. MBS. FLORENCE OLMSTEAD, 1 D...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 November 1891

IB! V i :' .r-tJ:"p CO. I Gnti, Fle'J, Grtfs Y- lies Sfleds, Onion Sals, Etc I fiead for caue. Mailed free. , I 144423 St. Lotrxs Av. KANSAS CITY, MO. J. O. T-Z2ttjMZn. MILLKT A 8FJCCIALT1T. 1403 DZ1S3 AVE.. Red, White, Alfalfa and AJslke Clovers, rr 1 rri 1 nrmr T-rn Timothy, Blue GrMs,Orchard Grass, Red KAISA 5 vWl I H Top, Onion Seta, Tree Seeds, Cane Seed. JUUlUiia UU 1 j UJ, Red, White, Alfalfa and Alslke Cloven F.1T ir Or? GEO. R. BUr Preat GEO. HOLMES. Vice Preot CIIA3. W. BLACK, OOee. J. IL WAIIJ, Ses'y and Treas. Late of White ft Holmes. Late of White 6 ElaL I jpd controlled by, and a part of thtflarmera Alliance ted Industrial Union of Kansas, Every Member of the Alliance Should Secure a Policy at Once, racy said particulars address, H. BAUGHBIAN, Secretary, Burrlon, Kansas. CUSINES3 ESTACLI3t!D 1871. CAPITAL 8T0CX $250,000.00 PAID UP r THE GEO. E. BAESE v FiWis laie Mi Associatiofl WM ft mm UiiS B ML. imt 4J T?3S FARMERS' ALLIANCE INSURANCE COMPANY OF KANSAS Insures all k...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

Devoted to the Interests VOL. HI. NO. 13. UP, GUARDS, AND AT THKft The following matter la from the Peo ple's Voice, of Washington, and It ema nates from the ever interesting pen of the able, brave, oonscientous, discreet, energetic, faithful and honest O. H. Fish. The Advocate commends It to the attsn- tion of the friends of human rights and of better government: viotobt! viotobt! But whose victory la the last 'eliciica, if not a satanio, Demo-moclc-tenifjiir? Es publican Tictory, challenging . fctea of shame to one of Satan's owa ha&t, 12 per chance he should be caught in good com pany, then what was it? , Victories do not always prove thai the conquered had an unworthy ambition, or that their cause is eliminated, aa they claimed in this. . Victories are frequently fiendish and their nltimate fnuta disease and remorse for the Chief actors. ' It was a victory when Cain, in the might of a satanio spirit and hatred of a true brotherhood, slew Abel. Jezebel, in such a spirit, ofte...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

A FABXKS DESIEES A W02D WITH SENATOR KELLY. To tho Editor of Thb advocate. It would be assumption bordering on foolhardinesa for a common farmer like myself to enter into an argument upon any subject with a recognized scholar, gifted orator and sharp lawyer like the Hon. H. B. Kelly, but his letter to the editor of The Advocate given to the public must be considered open to dis cussion, and as I am wishing more light on the subject, I hope my epistle and questions will not be considered inoppor tune or out of place. He begins his argument that money la substance, not shadow, nor promise, that gold and silver are, and always have been, since time out of mind, the only money of civilization. He does seem to ignore the fact that we to-day recognize four kinds of paper notes or certificates as money, and fails to show why a certificate, based upon gold, or silver, or bonds, should have any more substance, or should be less of a promise than notes based upon the very essentials of life, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

COMPAEBONS BETWEEN TH UNITES STATES . AND GREAT BRITAIN. To the Editor of Thk Advocats. - I thank you for the insertion of my letter of remonstrance, but I had previ ously sent you an explanatory letter, cor recting the misleading statements you copied from an obscure London print That letter being suppressed was my grievance. I have this to remark, that a person who haa not resided In a country for some years is not in a position to speak authoritatively on the condition of that country even if he have all the availa ble statistics before him, because an ex pert is needed to understand those sta tistics and the conditions and customs of the country. You would be quick enough to see this were our positions re versed. Although I have resided in Kansas eight years, most certainly I would not have the presumption, even now, to set up my opinion of the state against that of an honest, capable and educated native. I will confess that I have learned much about Great Britain and England es...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

4 AZDVOOATZSi A TABLE Showing the vote of candidates for the office of secretary of state In Kansas in 1890, as compared with the Republican, Democratic-Republican, Peo ple's and Democratic vote for 1891, with Bepubllcan pluralities by counties In earlier days, and the per centals of the strength of the People's party In 1800 and In 1891, in the several counties of the state. "HiWitt.'sgy.gy 5? a a? I hi 8 s? & g a R. P- A. I him i SI : "o : & : Published Every Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. S. McL4ltjw. President. I bai COUNTIKJ. 0 J. P. Lihbbubner, Bus. Manager, m W. T. Bsoww, Sec'y Treasurer, ) Proprietors . MCLALixy, jsaitor. fRSK, l-odrte Editor Advertising IUtes). Display Matter, 99 cents per line, Agate meas urement (14 lines to the Inch) Beading Notices, 40 cents per line, ddress all communications to the ADVOCATE PUBUSHIM CO. Topska Kansas. TOPEKA, NOVEMBER 18, 1891. (Entered as second class matter in the Post Offloe at Topeka, Kansas. ) SPECIAL CLUB LIS I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

TH3 ADVOOAma 5 famous victory," (?) purchased so dearly by carnal weapons, making ty visible demonstrations their politics in the language of the apostle, "worldly, sensual and devilish?" Pandering to the passions and preju dices of somewhat illy-informed and weak-minded men, are they not a set of modern Neroes, howling most stupidly, even over their own serious calamities, and fiddling with brutal, demoniacal glee, while the temple of liberty is in flames, a time-honored bequest that had descended to the American people from their fathers. But, really, after these antiquated, conventional braggarts have properly adjusted the figures obtained from the late election in Kansas, and, mathematically, placed them where they properly belong on the debt and credit side of their political ledger after all their unparallelled bargains and sales, what have they, in fact, got to show to a candid world as endur ing, substantial and most welcome re sults. This question might be partially answere...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

TI2Zi ADVOOATIl EARLE VS. DOSTER. The Official Vote in the Twenty-Fifth Judi cial District. Secretary Butterfield, of the Republican league, was found busy at work aa usual in his office yeaterday afternoon, but he had time to give a Capital man the official rote from the Twenty fifth judicial district. It Is as follows : Earle (Ind.) Doster (Alliance.) Chase 895 858 Marlon 2,001 1.C74 Mcpherson 2,031 1,707 Total ..4,927 4,239 Majority for Earle, 688. "Here," said Mr. Butterfleld, "la a chance for Hebbard.the Alliance mathematician, to flsure out an Alliance victory." "Poster's vote Is just fifty-two more than the Alliance vote on state treasurer last year. Doster claims to have received COO Democratic votes. If this la ao the Alliance must have fallen off 448 votes In this district If the Alliance voted olid for Doster he received only fifty-two Demo cratic votes." MI wonder what horn of the dilemma Mr. Hebbard will take?"-Topefca Capital There is no legal or moral necessity for Mr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

7 A GOVERNMENT OF THE OFFICE HOLDERS AND NOT OF THE PEOPLE. To the Editor of The Advocate. The following facts taken from th daily press of October 23 and 24, speak volumes as to how the affairs of the country are conducted by the office hold ing politicians Instead of the people: The footsteps of the government official who hails from Ohio are turned toward his native state. The list of those who have already participated, or will participate in the stump speaking in that state begins, of course, with the name of Secretary Foster, and includes Sixth Auditor Coulter, Ap pointment Clerk Tunner of the interior de partment, Homer C. Jones of the law divis ion of the land office, Assistant Attorney General Rannels, Solicitor General Taft, Deputy Commissioner of Internal Revenue Wilson, Alphonso Hart, solicitor of the treasury department, and others. Here we have a large number of the high official i of the United States gov ernment, headed by a member of the cabinet, abandoning their of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

Cakes Without Eggs. Observing housekeepers quickly learn that Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is far superior to other brands in the fact that they never fail to make the finest pastry, and if they wish to be economical they can dispense entirely with eggs and can use a less quantity of butter for shortening purposes. The advantage is not alone in the saving effected but in avoiding the trouble and frequently the great difficulty of securing eggs that are fresh. This is often a serious trouble. Cakes of various kinds from the informal Griddle Cakes to the stately Bride Cake can be made with Price's Cream Baking Powder, which insures light, sweet and hand some cakes; or when used for Griddle Cakes to be eaten hot enables their production in the shortest space of time, always tender and delicious. Dr. Price's is the only Baking Powder that contains the white of eggs. None so pure ! None so wholesome ! 4 Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re ported by all authorities as free from Ammon...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

D prosperous, cur country has developed In every branch of industry while resting on a solid gold basis. Remember that this financial sa vant o! the George T. Anthony, Case Brodenck, Edward H. Fonstonand Joseph K Hudson school, coolly re marks, "The creditor dictates the kind of money, and not the debtor!" And this in the United States of America, whose people are groaning to-day in a bondage to Europe more direful than that that confronted our revolutionary fathers, our enemies themselves being the judges! Attention is invited to call of the state central committee of the Feo pie's party for a meeting of the com mittee chairmen of county commit tees and friends of the cause at the Dutton House, in Topeka, on Tues day, November 24, 1891, atl o'clock p. m. A FOOL AFFECTING TO BE A SAGE An ex-governor of Kansas, whose party refused him a renomlnatlon in 187S, and who pawed before the Kansas Legisla ture of 1879, seeking an election for United States Senator with a most meager support,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

10 W3GD JU3VCOAT21 CFFCIAL DinEOTOaY. In. So, therefore. I bespeak forlthem I t fill 1 aMmJunVA t raintlx nxt I tTJWTflWAT. TA RMlmV 1 T.T.T i W(TR 1 'S INDUSTRIAL FNIOX. I www uiejr are announced K) epeax, IY83l3oEit L. l. Polk, WtsbJDjrton, D. G. ana a cordial reception at every point: xx-i rom.uvui,....n. ii.iiuvtir. iauuurKijra. ivau. I v.... i i i R wetary J. II. Turner, Washington, D. C. I fc rouicuiucr wiai inssmuca as uns is Lecturer J. F. Wlllita, McLouth, Kan. I to be a rear of education hut Httla tim IT A TVS AS VARMFILV H I TlVrW A Wn I r .v, . industrial vxion I PreBeD w ar lecturers win require all President W. H. Biddle, Ausurta tne time that can be given them at your ffieKr..:r.::::...: For it will require at Treasurer .A. c. Easter, Buriingame least two addresses of from one and one- liovuiror o. ai. ovutw jncriivnuu I . ... AM't Lecturer.. Mrs. F. MoCormick, Great Bend hall to two hours each Brothers, permit me to urge upon you that yon give attention aa never befo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

mrm ABVCOATB. 11 EXFUBXJCANS AND THE OLD SOLMBL Front the Ottawa Journal, Nor. 0, 1S91. Republicans claim to bo the sole frfenda of the old soldier. They talk about copperhead Democrats and rebel brigadiers, and wish it understood that a man or party who would support such personages in preference to a union sol dler, would be a very reprehensible man or party. Let's see. Who supported John Lamb for office? The Republicans, didn't they? What Is John LamVs his tory? Was he an old soldier? His friends say he was not His biography in the Kansas biographies makes no mention of any such thing as the war. People who claim to know all about him say that during the war he was what was then known as a copperhead a Demo crat who was opposed to carrying on the war. More than this, we are told on eood authority that two years ago Re publicans in this township who voted for him against Hanes, went to him after the election and asked him to do as scores of his neighbors had done and as all good 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. — 18 November 1891

12 EAQLL3 , GATHERING ABOUND A FBO 8PECTIVB CAECASS. -J . , Republicans, hungering and thirsting for office, are being named for the.poav tloofl to be filled next year by the1 grace cf the voters of Kansas. One of the Be publican qaid nuncs presents the follow lag' gossipy matter: BXPBSHSXTATIVX8 IN CONOBXSS AT LABOI. The last campaign gave opportunity to many to come to the front in their endear on to make the mass of voters believe no miaaie could possibly be made in selecting particular persons. . Some of them are good, some indifferent, and others positive ly bad, but here they are: J. R. Burton, of Abilene; Joe Ady, of Newtonr J. R. Hallo well, of Wichita; S. S. Benedict, of Wilson county; J. C. Mohler, of Salina; George T. Anthony, of Ottawa. In the list maybe found protectionists, free traders, silver men and gold bags. It would seem to be s prettty free and and easy comment on the foregoing list by a Republican. "Some of them are In different, and others are positively bad."...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

'ADVOOATH& , THX OLD, OLD ST02Y. From the Southern Alliance Farmer. This to an off year in politics, and the elections held list Tuesday mean nothing whatever. It Is. not an unusual thing for the Democrats to elect their local ticket in a strong Republican state, but when the presidential contest rolls around to see their majorities swept from the (ace of the earth. For the past quarter of a century or more we have seen the Democrats splitting their throats with rejoicing over great off-year vic tories that they affirmed meant the election of their president and .then, when the time rolled around, to see his tory repeat Itself. It Is always a solid north and west against a solid south, and ever will be, and the north and west are Republicans and the south Democrats. In New York, the Tammany or the county Democracy, one or the other, al ways sells out, and thus the country Is subjected to four mora years of Repub lican misrule, oppression and robbery. This same ancient story was ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

;. . . A CONTRAST. From the New York World. ' The tenth census guve the country a body of statistics of the utmost value, because it was made with an honest pur pose to get and report facta. The statistics of the eleventh census have very little value, and In a large part are even worse than worthless, because they are false and misleading. The superintendent of the tenth census was chosen for his capacity and fitness, in order that the work placed in his hands might be well done. The superintendent of the eleventh census is a renegade Englishman, whose incapacity was well known when he was appointed. He was chosen because of his known propensity to juggle figures in the interest of monopolistic protection ism, his intense partisanship and his thick skinned indifference to public opinion. lie and his work are the legiti mate fruit of this administration's pur pose to retain power for itself at all haz ard. The third party cranks will have to leave Georgia if they want to start an ot...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

DUTTON" HOUSES. Next Door South of Court House, Topeka, Kansas ''i Vt lL-iJ"n-imjii w "i 11 iir-"ni V iita iiin iii n smv ' 3 K TT37 M. II. DUTTON, Proprietor. 11.60 per day. Special rates to Alliance. Mention Tna advooatb KST-AJJIilSIIKD 1869. ',; l, i iiHin"rl i '"'TTX Llv; ,jL ' .. v ,,r,t, miiimiiiilirf-fir "Tho Alliance Nlghtingalo." This popular book Is used by tens of thousands in the United States. No Alliance or labor or ganlzatlon Is complete without Sitter Florence Olmstead's song book. The success of the Alli ance movement In Kansas Is largely due to these Inspiring songs. One song, me jsew j unnee," Is worth more than the price of the book. They are set to familiar tunes so that all can sing. I take great pleasure in offering my book to the Al 11aiua nMinlA of the United States, because I know its sentiment fits the times and needs of the people's movement. 'The Alliance Nightin gale was endorsed and recommended by the National Alliance at Ocala, Florida. Price 10 cents...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 November 1891

. ' TZXniBUIX, fiTOSAN A ALLEN fiXE; CO. firsts, FleU, Garfsa. and Tree 8ifs, Onion Sets, Elc. " Bend tor ciJ02ue. Malladfree. lO-iCS St. Lotos Avx, KANSAS CITY, MO. '&iKizZF'P i4oo mm Ate. Red, White, Alfalfa and Alslke Clovers, ' . Timothy .Blue Grass,Orchard Grass, Rei Y iMl 5 PTW Iff) Top, Onion Sets, Tree Seeds. Cane Seed. "'WA33 Oil I , JiU. SEI8 nil Hlhn Vnrrmnr.h Allihnnn Dnnofit Annnnintinn 1110 i'dllW MtUlbO IMU1H fluulMlMUIl ' Organized and controlled by, and a part of the Fanners' Alliance and Industrial Union of Kansas. Every Member of the Alliance Should Secure a Policy at Once. For agency and particulars address, H. BAUGHXAN, Secretary, Burrton, Kansas. ro the wifis of mm y . THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE INSTJltAHCE COMPANY OF KANSAS Insures all kinds of farm property against loss or damage by fire, lightning, wind storms, cyclones and torna does, insures nve siock on or on ine premises auywnere in ine siate. ine actual cost or maur ance for the past five years in this c...

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