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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

HmlTl T0LM4KA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY M, 190. NO. 21. OVERPRODUCTION. THE LAW OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND. A Monstrous Falsehood Uttorod by Mis-Statosmcn, and Given out By a Senile Editor Through a Corrupt Press. OVUUHIODUCTION IftirOSSIIlLH. TlioughtH for SUiU'HinonA Uciuedy For Hard TimcH. ,8y W. S. Morgan, Author ol "Itl&tory of tha Whcol nd Alllnnci and Tho Impending Revolution. "J Written fur tho Advocatm. Many yonra ago Thomas Carlylo wroto of us as a poodle, that wo would "have our trhil period". "It will be" Bays ho " when health is In tact, crops abundant, and tho munificent hand open. Then so-called statesmen will cry overproduction, and the man of tho ballot, tho self-reliant tho self-pliant, will go tho ballot box amidst hunger and des titution, but Burrounded by tho glitter of eelf rule, andrutify by bin ballot tho mon Btroua falsehood, overproduction, uttered by mla-stateamcn and vindicated by tho same ballot; tho infamous lio thrown up on tho breezo by a Kenilo editor...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

THE .AJDVOOA.T:H, (n'nrli to pay It, at ono dollar per To pay It la corn, at thirty-five cents X't buuhel, It would require a train of cars reaching, almost feix times around the ;uth. From a financial ntamlpoint wo could letter afford to sustain an army of 2500,000 men than to pay the annual tribute to this "witling army" that holds tho evi dences of our lndcbtodnona. It requires no prophetic vision to antic ipate tho future condition or our people If they are not aided In Home way to lift thin Incubus from tho Industrie of the country. Ho much has been wild of the abuses of commerce or trade, of tho numerous truHtu which threaten to undermine, and overthrow our whole commercial system, which hitherto wan supposed to rent upon a Bolid foundation, and bo controled by healthy competition, that It would only bo a monotonous repetition of an old story to discuss It here. Tho other factor, transportation, la of hardly lefjs Importance than tho money question. The Immense fortunes which ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

3 tho questions a to why newspape ru are lubaldizcd and politicl.ma have become a commodity, to lio bought and cold on tho market. It la this power that for years haa made of politic a' stagnant pool, tho scum and corruption of which always comes to tho top and galua recognition JSo wonder tho Alliance eschews this latter day politics. No wonder It baa no two for political parties. A party la Its infancy while puro may servo a good purpose perhaps, but It soon degenerates Into a machine by which tho strong can oppress the weak, Idleness rob labor of Its birthright, which la to enjoy the fruit of Its toll; wrong to crucify right and bring woe and want where peace, happi ness and plenty should be found. It la almost past belief and yet It Is ab solutely true, I suppose, that a western senator has hail cither tho greatncsB of gall, orllttlcucss of brain, to say publicly In tho United States senate within tho pant few daya that tho Indebtedness of the people was absolute proof of their ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

Tl-ra ADVOOATR GALVESTON DEEP-HARDOn. Th J Future Outlet of the Farm Product! cf The Crcat Wet. 'EoiTon AnvorATii'Taking ndvantngo of your kind offer to publish o letter from mo upon the subject of Deep-Harbors, I would inoft respectfully submit tho following to your thousands of Headers. Thin Inter-state movement for nu outlet for the farm prod ucts of tho Winfc via n Texas iort began nojirly two years ago, having it origin in tho Keal J'Vtalo Exchange of Denver. It should havo hud it origin in tho Allianeo, sinco tho fanner in th first to receive tho benefit of this short route to tho market of tho world. However it was started mutter very litllo. The farmers aro vitally Interested and should heartily support tho movement. Tho first treat Intor-Stato Deep-Harbor Convention was held In Denver in August 1H88. That Convention was composed of 710 delogates from all of tho states west of tho Mississippi rlverj it adopted appropriate resolutions and perpetuated itself by appointing a pe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

bo able to cope vilh "Johu Hull' In M much as probably onehalf of the products of agriculture are produced on rcutod fanaa a plaa similar to the "ware-house" plan pro posed at St. Louis, will have to bo adopted for tho laryo and increasing clous of tenant t armors who would have no relief from the plan I propone until the people had aroused themselves and made it impossible for the present system of robbery to coutlnuo longer. "On the peaceful and quiet possession of homen for the people, depends the safety of our institutions." Study thin subject and be astonished at the great jxwsibilitics that way coinoto uii, from the full establishment of "11 t'ovorument of the people, by tho people, and for the people." Thin would five borrower "cheap money" and the whole people a broad, solid, and enduring, basis for a circulating medium, and cue that wan constantly increasing in value. I call especial attention to the plan of tho supreme council at St. Louirt, and also that of tho "Kansas Fa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

Tl-im ADVOCATE. ixlalen it the kingdom. Their hwt congress, at Carlisle, was at ten.!.1.! by delegates from Scotland, Wales, Franco and the Uniivt States. Through tho Influence of Godln and Lo Claire, profit hharlng 1.4 rapidly gaining ground ln franco. The J Jon Marche, of Purls, the largest and most successful store ln the city divide urollta with each one of its employes. Hence, It will bo readily Been, that th perm planted and warmed to Hfo ly the men of Ilochdalo and nurtured 1y the consecrated devotion of such philanthro pists as Klngsley, Maurice, Nealo, Holy oako and Owen bus accomplished untold good for tho British laborers in tho way of economical living, and has almost In augurated a new Industrial system baaed on principles of equity. Such successful progress" In tho eo operative Held Ih truly encouraging and ltd examples worthy of emulation by all laborers ln all lamia who would enjoy tho beneflta of the full frui tion of their toll. In our own country tho results of co...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

wealth, not what h consumed. A soon as too much is produced, then the peo ple will have time to study nud Improve their minds, and when this is done, cap italists of leisure who now do nothing but ilot against tho people will no long er he able to make slaves of them under the lash oC usury. When all of th) energies of tho nation ure thus turned to UHeful pursuits, the only thing rofear will bo tho elements Hoods, drouthn, tornadoes and earth quakes. The people will havo leisure to study antronomy and the occult laws of nature so that they can calculate in ad vanoo and predict Hoods and drouthn und In time perhaps be ablo to predict earthquakes. Then the success or fail ure of most enterprise will depend upon knowing what tho weather is to bo for a year or more in adwnce. This has employ ed my time for the laHt tbirty-flvo years and while the subject Is too vast to be reduced to an exact ficlenco In one gen eration, yet I have obtained enough suc cess to satisfy me that it can be, r...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

TL Meeting of tho committers for C :;,f'.!.-nfo on the part of tho Farmer AMhMQ and Industrial Union of Kan 1 ) 3. i.l tho Kansas State Grange wan lf !.l la the Fifth Avenue Hotel, Topeka, lr.wr.u' Thursday, January 23, 1800. The meeting wan called to order by llmry Rho.vlca chairman, of tho com vv ltVii) on the part of tho Gran go and on his motion, Mr. 8. McLalHn of the Alli ance committee wan elected chairman of thfl meeting, and Geo. Black of Olathe, iCiaiivw, was elected secretary. There vvito preisont on tho part of tho Alliance, JlMflrs, B. McLallln of Topeka, Edwin floyder of Ookaloosa, and V. II. Bl'ldlo cf Auguuta, Kansas, and on tho part of the Grange Henry Rhoadcs of Gardner, A. F. Allen of Vlncland and I). 8. Falr chlld of Overhrook, Kansas. There were quite a number of prominent member cf the Orange and Alliance prcHcnt by Invitation as advInory members df tho Joint committee. Tho object of tho meeting was stated to be, tho establishing of ft bawls of Co operation betw...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

ADVOOAT THE EEST CORRECTIVE YET PROPOSED. How to Shorten the Ordinary Reform Platformi -Why Not Do It ? in dun led or Cumiilntlvo 'filiation. There In ono method for the abolition of trusts and combinations that ia simple, practical and would ho effective. That in the method of tax discrlmatlon. Were the taxes arranged so an to hear more heavily upon the properties formed Into or united with combinations than it did upon properties dissolved of nil connec tion with any advantage-getting schemes, and operated w ithin themselves and upon their own merits, the days of trusts ami monopolies would be numbered. No Instances have yet been found where, men engaged in business could stand up against a taxation that was ad verse to them, as in favor of competitors, and none ever will bo found. Adverse taxation has been employed tho world over to hinder developments supposed to bo Inimical, and always with success. In the form of a tariff li served most effect ually to prevent foreigners from ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

10 TIE-IE J.JD7"OOAJm. U'.VIIJJU-JKU' ALLIANCE AND DUSTIUAIj UNION. omriciAi, umicoTOiiY. Nn-Uonal ICiirinrVi Alllumor and lmluMtrlul Union. Trt filjnit-l,. I ror.K Washington, I). C. Vlce-lVcs. B, II. Ci-ovitrt Caiabrlilgfl, Kan. 1 VereUry J. II. Tuknkr, Washington, i. 0. T rnmurerII, W. If k k man, I'uxleo, Mo. Lecturer -Pen. TRitKri.r, Washington D. 0. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Three years - It. A. I'attv, Macon. Minn. Two years-IsAAC MiChacken, Ark. CneycarKvAN Jones, Dublin, Texas. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE C. W. McVvk K. Washington D. C. Ai-onzo Wauoali,, Huron, South Dakota, J.F.Tiixmak, Palmetto, Term. KANSAS STATE Ol'TICKUS rresldnnt-B. II. Ci-oveii Cambridge Kans. Vlco-f reu, W. If. V.wulk, Augusta, kuiin. r( retary-J. 11. Fkkncii, Hutchinson Kani. Treasurer-1 1. IUuouman, Uurrton Kans, Chnplalu-J. I. Went, raUcwn Kans. lecturer A. K. DiuuNsoir, Merldcn Kans. Assistant Loot. Van II. ritATii Kit, Nutrul Ks. ooi keeper -J. E. Williams, llentley Kans. Am't Dooskeeper-A. W. Taylou, Newton K...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

THE uTDVOCTIS. II THE JUDICIARY OF KANSAS. Tho Wyandotto Constitution which wan adopted by tho voter of? Kansas on October 4, 1850, by n majority of Hourly 5,XX), hnJ its third articlo mado up of twenty sections relating to "judicial." Section two of thin article provided that tho Supremo Court shall connint of ono Chief .hint ice nnd two Associate Junticcn, whoso teruiH of office shall lo nix yearn. Section fio provided thnitho Stato should lo divided into five judicial districts, in each of which should bo fleeted il judgo of tho district court, whoso term of olllco shouldbo four yearn. At tho first election held under thin con stitution, which occurred on December (5, 1850, llvo judges of the dintrict court were e lected. A Chief Justice of tho Supremo Court for six years and ouo Associate Jun tico for four yearn, and ono for two yearn, in accordance with flection two of said or ticlo thirteen. l.NCKKAHK OF JUDICIAL DIHTKICTH. Art tho State expanded in population and wealth, now ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

12 THE ADVOCATE. ItiMtolwil Evry Thursday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. 0. Met AM J N, J. P. LlHKllUBNKK, TOPEKA, E I) I TO It. rt'SINKHH MANAOEIl. KANSAS. (Kntered as necond cinun mutter in the lVwt O.'l'ico at Topeka, Kansas.) TEKM3 OV HUnsCUIlTION One Opy One Year 11.00 Twelve copies one year .$10,00 Clubs of Twenty copies or over, I.W) each, AtlvcrtimlnK Kates. Display Matter, 10 cent per Hue, Agate meas urement (14 lines to tlx Inch) Heading NotleeH, '.fiectiM per line. Address all communications to tli A0Y0CATE PUBLISHING CO. lopeka KaniH. HANTA FK UOUTIJ. TOPEKA TIME TABLE. In Effect on and lifter September 20, 188!). WEST BOUND. Arrive Leave TIt.UNfl. TOl'KKA TOl'K.K A Ann i'micisco Express. 1 l.fjb p m lU.Oii a m Arkansas City ifc Texan JCxpnwrt, 11.50 pm 12.05 am Mexico A San Diego ixjresn, 12.05 n. 12.30 pm Donver.fr Utah ExprepH 1..15 p m U.(X) p m Topeka Express, 7.:t0 p m EAST-BOUND. Atlantio Exprewi 4.M a in 5.05 a in New York ExprcHB .... 2.(X) p m 2.20 p in Chicago...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

TI-XE ADVOOATC. 13 AN INVESTIGATION rUOrOSUI). (Jovc-rnor Huruiihry iml Hon. E. 1L FunsLon Imvo lieon corresponding with rorVmico to tlio dojirosm'd con dition of agricultural intermits in tlio United Stnl.os. The governor, un liko somo of our American btal.01 rnon, recognizes tho tlplornblo con dition of tho country, and migests the appointment of a joint Committee of tho twj hoUHos of Congress "to de vote Hix months, if necessary, to in vestigation and inquiry into tho pres ent condition of agriculture th roll out tho Union, including htxxdc and other lurid red interests, tho causes producing i) present depression, with a view to finding out and mitf posting wh.it is tho matter with agri culture, which seems to ho tho sick man in our industrial affair. Jtepresentativo Funston aclcnowl odges tho propriety of tho govemor'n KUestions hut prefers a comrnis Fsion to ho apiiointed by tho l'resident rather than a joint Committee. Should this HU'estiou be adopted wo would like to surest t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

TX-IS ADVOCATE. J4 Knights of Labor Department, I'LATFOUflt OF I'llINCH'MCi. I'RKAMIiLE. Tha alarming development nnd fjffgros ilronosn of tho power of great capitalists and corporation under tho present iiiclurt i trial ByLcm will inovitnbly load to tho pau perization and hopoltts degradation of tho toiling manses. It ia imperative, If we desire to enjoy the full blessings of life, that unjust accumulation find thiit power for evil of ag gregated wealth shrill bo prevented. This iauch desired object can be accomplished only by the united efforts of Uioho who obey the divine injunction: "In tho sweat of tliy faoouhult thou oat broad." Therefore we have forraod tho Order of the Knights of Inbor for tho purpose of organizing, educnU ing and directing tlio power of the industrial masses. It is not ft political party, it is morefor In it ore crystallized muniments and measures for tho benefit of tho whole people; but it nhould be borno in mind, when exercising tho right of suffrage, tha...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

TI-in ADVOCAT.U 15 broad educational methods, have at last arrived lit n point whero they arc willing to recognize their unity of purpose and to pledgo their willingness to co operate In their efforts to realize the com loon cuds In view. The real good of one class 1j the high est good of all. All classes of labor recog nizing the wisdom of these conclusions and actions, will soon come In to com plete tho compact that we fondly hope will be tho means of arresting If not des troying the the money aristocracy lu this generation and In this country. Patriotism demands that tho Institu tions bequeathed us at such a sacrifice be maintained at any cost. Tho highest good of humanity de mands that no prejudices or selfish Inter ests be allowd to bring dlsscntlon and defeat to the great cause of civil and In dustrial liberty. Then In tho light of the past and as the Lope of the future, let us adopt as our watchword Federation! pass It along tho line of the toilers ranks, that each while pres...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

ill' TH2 ADVOCATE ' ' : ' . ' . ,.(...: " . I.' i ":': u. , ' ..; . ,i.;.:h,"v i ,. , ; . , i ' i: i '"' !'" ." i .i. ' .(.'. ' ' i . . I ' .' : .. - - ; . . :. ' ;.t U i - . , ,. . , :-!,- , ' , CLjLESDALE STALLION CALLENDER, OWNED BY E. BENNETT & SON, TOPEKA, KAS. (Stables 1223 West Eigth Street') Directions Tor Fruit Growlntf. Fruit growing has lecomo ono of the, great lutercata of tho country. In splto of tho great activity of pomologlsta, nurscrynion, State and county falrw, and plantcrB theinflelvea' tho demand Hoems to IncreaHO in a far greater ratio than the supply. Years ago, flno apples wero plenty at ono dollar per barrel, and tho summer and fall of 1805 farmers realized from live to ten dollars per barrel. Six years ago strawberries were abundant at live to ten cent i per quart, but for thro 3 years past they have commanded from fiiftcen to thirty cents. Good pears could bo had ten years since at three dollars per barrel, but for Boveral years past they havo not been...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

17 WAItDAMH AII)Ki:sB. To the ICit'cuilvo Coimnlttco of the Alliance Hull Association. I am plciiHod to meet no many of our member at our annual hokhIcuj it Is tm cvMiMim of tho Intercut you take lu the work anil In tho good cuuao wi rcpn'Hcnt, for I would not pay you so poor a com pliment as to uuppono the few paltry dol lars Invested In Inmmuico would call to gether thin earnoHt, Intelligent and patriot ic convention of tho beat citizen? of tho twin HtutCH. It In tho principle wo all hold dear, the determination to enfranchise ourwelvert from th graHp of monopoly, ono of tho most dangerous formu of which our IuHtiranco Dopartmrnt win organized to combat, and it Is becauno your hearts are In thin reform movement as well an your Intercuts, that you are hero to-day, and I am proud to greet and welcome you. Our ball bualncHU for the year 1881), has been emlucutly satisfactory; when we consider tho general depression in all de partments of trado owing to tho severe drouth, particularly...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

TI-I23 ADVOCATE. (Continued from 11th page.) rUK TWO IXatHLATlVIt rJIAMIIKKU. On January 8, 1MK), the. Stuto Hur associa lion convened ii tho senate clmnilicr and sought to dovisu way and mean whereby thin judicial niueudimut should bo carried wrxt November. At tlio same time, and nrlicr and later in tlio week tlio hull of tlio Itouu) f f representative wn occupied by tlio Statu Dairy association; tlio State Stock men's association, and Statu Hoard of Atf ricultunt at itri annual meeting. Other thought pervaded tint mind of that das of people 1 1 if 10 assembled and ono of tlio main ones wa tlio ewpiiry "what will the en J bo?" which wa elaborately pre bentod by Hon. A. l Collin a fanner of Salino county, who had been three session in tho house of representative. THK J'KtHIDKNT OV TIIK HTATK HOAItU OV A(JUI( ri.lllllK. Thi olllcor who had been speaker of the house of representative in tho session of I8tf7, on January Di li remarked that tho Leg iHlaturo of IHK5 wa an exceptionally, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

10 GEO. R. UAltail Pmsidknt. BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1111. J. If. WAITE, Sitc'Y and Tujcvl (M j mm. MM 3iWV IL mmm a xjvmiiimhJiJiivr (JS 5ii iuri il CAPITAL STOCK $150,000.00- Can 3 Li Yards. GEO. It. BARSE, GEO. D. FORD, DIRECTORS: D. T. REALS, . T. E. LADD, W. E. TIIORNE, J. 11 WAITE. Tho rapid growth of the Livo Stock interests of tho territory tributary to tlio tfroat commercial center of tho Missouri Valley has created a domand foi capital to bandlo tho snmo to tlio host advantage, for tho producer. To meet this demand wo havo formed tho alovo company, and aro fallv nronurod to moot all demands ot tho trade. Our salesmen aro mm of yours exiwricnco in thoir riwpoclivo lines members of tho company,' and directly intonated in tlio best ditipoHition of every shipment niado to lis. Working In connection with tho Farmer's Federation and Allianco, wo aro ablo to collect Information that Is Of groat valuo to Feeders and Raisers. All parties handling stock of any description, respectfully...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

TX-jl23 ADVOOATIL P H i) in y ii. R. E. HIGGS & CO., KANSAS CITY. HO., Tho only Authorised Agents in Kansas City, Ho., for hand ling Grain for tho Ef7 umao Alliance Mange Gompany. All Grain shipped from Kansas, (except that Loaded on tho St Louis h Sim Friuiciwco It. K., und tho Minwouri, Kansas & Texas It. It.) should le billed to Kaunas City, Mo., to our oidor. wo then soil or consign it to tho Eastern market that pays tho bet. We handlo everything on track (thoreby Having Elevator charges) and on basis ot tho Through Itato from point of ehipmout. Any information regarding markotu or shipping, also Daily Market ruportu, gladly furnish ed, Addrosu P j :iu E- n L. tl iS 9 , V ,17 324 Exchange BTd'g.. Kansa3 City, TIo. Hi llin Monopolies Tho Press wciliis a trcmend- W.I M i J '.VUVJ 1,1 y rl ." , . -ir . il W om nes and I rusts. you must S V-;i'! yPmp hold up tho hands of that feS-l Pion of tho prcssthat sMtiW'uM works with you. -:ous power. For example:- THE FABFJI HELD AM) ...

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