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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

TI-I33 ADVOOAT3B. 21 THE BOOS!! TIIIG IIISTOItV OTP THE BOOH!!! The Agricultural Wheel and Farmers' Alliance, AND T HE KflPEHD it 31y "r.R MOIIC3 AN- VOLUTO Two Books In One Volume. p mi is Ores itlest Bo ok on mm A LIBRARY IN ITSELF. ThogiT.it nccoHHlty of tlio times In education. It h our only hope. It 1b tho beacon light of Buccesa. "Wo muHt not only educate, but we muBt r dueato properly. Tho pooplo fight tho bagging trust and tho twlno trust because they oco plainly tho Iniquity of tho system. There aro other trtmta la exist ence iuoro Inulduous in their nature, and a thousand tlmeu moro dangerous to tho Republic, that aro causing but littlo alarm. "Why la this? It Is want of education. Tho money trust la tho giant of trusts. From Its abundant resources all other trusts draw their sustenance Tho machinations of this giant of giants aro scarcely known. If you would know tho diabolical ichemcs which this combination, moro powerful than Con gress, havo practiced to rob tho people,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

42 TX-XI3 ADVOCATE. CJAPaE - ESOSDKka - STALED UTTEKi M xbbn SOMETHING AMD .A. WorScJ Beater Tho cutting capacity comon direct from tho Springs, allowing llio operator to apply ANY FOHClfl nccoHHary. Will ulmost cut fonco raik Has 48-inch Steel wheel with MOVABLE BOXKS. Axles turn od liko a buggy and protected by a Hub Nut. (No hole iu tho Axlo and pin for thin class of goods.) QUICK T.V'.- SEND IN YOUR ORDERS EARLY. ' . Writo for illaotratod cataloguo, for minuto description of this v machino, also for BULKY, CJANO and WALKING PLOWS. HULKY COMMMCD, ami HUUSOIfj MSTKIIH. HIDING, WALKING, TONGUIOLKSS CULTIVATORS. LISTING CULXIVATOUB. Lovor Reversible and Wood Harrow3. ICAJSTSAS jLjLI-AJSTOE ES2?:Oia:2SrC3-E3 COMPANY, C. A. TYLER, Bii3inos3 Agent, - - TOPE K A, KANSAS. 'f .J It If (fM.O Hnwltif MartitiM, with AlWhllirnU ...HO -1. flajupim HfivJit, on wli-l la. 00 AfHIflTp lui(iry,iiurvuii frttriit WIioMii 4.M A -?, Wkkoii Hi'.ln,Hr-Wvi iinitiii mid ltmm Hut, .40.00 A I T Way.m F-l (Jb...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

araro ABVOOATE. JT. 8. Btumbnug, T. N. OS.ih, STUMBAUGII & GISII. Attorneys AtLaw. Bpoclal attention Klven to eolations. Corra pondenco I'romptly Answered. 601 KiMrt. Ar., - TorEiu, Kansas. CiflLn SPEOTAOLE3. S3. CO TO Xt). INSTHIJOTIONS mo TfSTOAMD um 10 TO AW AM. 021) KANSAS AVENUE. TOPIiKA. KANSAS .TO I IN I ritUTiCO., REAL E3TATE AQEIiTS, TOPEKA, KANSAS. KtAiErrATR EXUI.VNOJJI) VOll MlIlfHAJIAlflE. Business Transacted (or Non Rcsldonta. Heal Estate Loam, Investment and CiEESPOlEiorimED, Rooms 2 and 3, 601 Kansas Avo.. TOPEKA. IU o Y , U B 3 AJftTIFIOLAXi LIMD3 the Most Tcrfoct Made, Muht, Comfortable awl Durable, BatififUotlon Guarantee!. TR.TJOQH33 Of every dcKriptlon, applied by experts orrnado to order. THE SMITH COMPANY, 425 & 427 Kansas Ave., TOPEKA, KAN). r"T"'"T','"'"'''""'"",''"''"vMJ1 " J.'" tiriADUATES ThorcnJj ana Competent Operators. OimyiUoa Poaltlona fti Operator, nnd Carrie i vut Its auaxantoa to tho Letter. f)ur aiiwitatamlent la a railroad ami (clcifraph...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1890

ADVOCATE. A r" .,. TH Low to IVajrl Cfpf alb fro. '" Ixiarwiru Li. i J-. A tim.it book (hut ewy farmer ouiht to U li tha" Homhtiin Hand book" for WM. which may.be hud frue, by addrewiuj The ltlyinyor Iron Work Co., of Cincinnati, O. Hortfhum la a very valuable crop for yrup-maktuic, feed, '' fo tJnr, and thla pamphlwl give full information rtlioiit thn different ipoelua. Lent modes of cultl vutl.Mi u.i.. 1 im.t ,rt t pud rend It. Commercial B!k Cor, 11th and Main Sti., Kanoai City, Mo, B.lhllar U.t. IV04-laf.ra.raU4 J.tf 11,'af. All Kritfllnh ami CmninnrvUI llramilifa, Phonography, Tyim-Wrliliif, MolfmLaiiftiifM,JrawliiK,et,UtiKht at lowcnt rit-. UriiirmHil Aclr a,nLa. No V1 tlona. Culnldifiion Krfi, HTfia aura to.vhtlt 0 alr li-a till C'ulli'gv bt'fiiio K'lir eliMiwlmra. warn: GEGD.rr7GOl7E0. "s -r i ij The mrt perfect Machine now mado. It 1 not attached to Inll board of wnron. but In a complete hnwer. Leave no airraid behind wKon. Waatu no fvnru Warranted annerlur to any. Bond lor...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

VOL. I. TOPKKA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY fi, 181)0. N().2I CUMULATING XOTKS TO NATION AL JUNKS. On tho 2'Jlh anniversary of the birth of Kansas as a State of the American Union, tho people of this Commonwealth had an opportunity to learn that on tho day pre vious, Hon. George W. K. Dorsey of Fremont, Nebraska, introduced a Mil in to the National House of Represntatlves in tho Interest of National Hanks, whoHe text is this: "That upon any deposit already or hereafter made of any United States bonds bearing interest in tho manner required by law, any national banking association making tho same ah all bo entitled to re ceive from tho Comptroller of tho cur rency circulating notes of different de nominations, iu blank, registered and countersigned as provided by law, not ex ceeding in tho whole amount tho par value of tho bonds deposited: Proeuhul, That ut no time shall tho total amount of such notes Issued to any such association, exceed the amount at such tlmo actually paid in of i...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

ADVOCATE. per cent intercut or less. They aro opposed t.j the rodemplionof tho national debt and ia favor of taxing tho people of this country uillions of dollars Annually, in order that they may liave tho power to issue money and i :'rol tho finances of tho country. I ih) not know, certainly what in to follow in U.i mio of thin bill, but the principle of Co Mumittoeon Bunking and Currency, indorsed in connection with it, should bo a warning to tho members of thin House, that the contest in to be made horautthis Hussion, and it is just beginning now, between the system of issuing money upon gold And ml ver, the issuing of treasury noted, and, on tho other nide, tho national banking system." WOUDfl or WISDOM VWifA JOHW A. ASOKItSOIf. ThoBtealthy procemjof tho tax-eaters of tho land in securing a representative of the tax-ridden peoplo of the state lying to tho north of us Mr. Oeorgo W. E. Dorney to champion this bill, met a remonstrance at tho hands of the Kansas Congressman, whoHe f...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

READ AND REFLECT. CondhclJer vs. GanhoU'ir. Figure Don't Lie. Tho following very suggestive article we clip from the columns of tho Patrick Ht'nry : "To rare for him that ha homo tho battle, and for his widow and orphaus." Abraliam Lincoln. CHmat (Mo.) Advocate. 1 It-re aro figures that speak volumes. From 1801 to lbM tho government paid as follow: Pensions, $73,001,100.59; Interest, $12J,fl5,!2.8;J. "Of all who wore faithful In tho trials of tho lato war there aro none entitled to rnore cHpedal honor than tho brave Boldlcra and seamen who endured tho hardships of tho campaign and cruise, aud Imperiled their liven In tho Bervlco of their country; tho pensions aud boun ties provided by tho laws fortheso brave defenders of tho nation aro obligations never to bo forgotten; tho widowB and orphans of tho gallant dead aro tho wards of the people; a Barred legacy bequeathed to a nation's care." National Republi can Platform, 1803. From 1803 to 1872, pensions, $110, 7U1,4U.59, Intercut $.W3...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

V.lllUl'AW AXAAAIWU A WD LT DUJU'AAh UNION. Hutchinson Kans. Ilurrton Kam roUurscn Kans. Merldcn Kans. OP'FICIAXj DHIICOTOIIY. T'utioiutl IParmor'n AlHamor and Industrial tjiiioa. rri'itfdentL. I Toi.K Washington, P. C. Vice I'ros. B, II. Cloveu Camhrld, Kan. Becretary J. II. Tvhn icn, Wa;ihlin,tin, D. 0. Treasurer H. W. Hjckman, l'mko.Mo. Lecturer -Hnjf. Tkuhull, WaHhlnifton I). C. JCXKOUTIVB COUNCIL Thrco years-IE. A. Patty-, Macon. MImi. Two years-Is a aoMcCiuckkn, Ark. Ouo year Evan Joneh, Dublin, Texas. xxkoutiyi coMnrriM 0. W. McCcn . Washington D. 0. Alonzo Waujmix, Huron, South Dakota, J. K Tillman, Palmetto, Tenn. KANSAS STATE OFFICERS Prcnident-B. II. Cloveu Cambridge Kami. Vica-Prcs. W. If. ExiULit, Augusta, aiw, flerrctary J. B. Fiucnch, 'Xrcaauror-IL Daugiiman, Cliantaln-J. P. Wiwt, Lecturer A. E. DicaiNBOjr, Asslntant Lett. VAif B. Phath alt, Neutral Ks. hoorkeeper-J. E. Williams, Ecntiey Kans. AHH't DooNkee iKV-k. W. Taylor, Newton Ks. hi'W'l at-Anns I IC ILayt, Dexte...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

Math to Bo tho End? The conflict that Is raging between c apltal Jmd labor Ia an Irrepressible con fllct.jr U will go on, unless compromises are effected, until one or the other will bo absolute master. In tho hlatory that the world has made we 11ml that capital ban always come out on ton. Circumstances have greatly favored capital in the pant. In thin country, however, the advantage 1h really upon the part of labor. The la boring classes outnumber all other clauses largely, iili.l tllfy arc filled with the spirit of ludepcudcncti which In'ii part of Amer ican citizenship, and with a Arm, un yielding belief in the doctrine of equality before the law. The Kural has no doubt at all that unlctw tho differences between labor and capital aro equitably settled, there will Borne time bo a terriblo upria lng of tho massoa in tho United States. It la with that certainty in view that wo have been pleading for these many yeara for the sober, thoughtful farmer of the country to come to the reli...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

TIOXJ ADVOOATH. THE ADVOCATE. i'ulh'.Viiicil Kvcry Thursday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Kditok. IW'MINKHH MAN AOKK. J. T. J,tMlr,HUIt.NKJl, TOrKA, - KANSAS. ( Entered an aoroml cIahm mutter in tlio Tout Ol'Joo at Topuka, Kiwmas.) TIHtMS oif sur-scuii-noM Ono Copy Ono War TwclviJ copied ono year $10,00 Cluhs of Twenty copied or over t.W) each. AdvertlHlii;: lliU.ru. DlHpLiy Mutter, 10 rents per lino, Ana to mean mr'ineiit (14 linen to the Inch) Keiwllnu: Noticed, 3) cent per line. Adilre,sn till com iruiul-nt iotm to (In AOVOCArE PUBLISHING CO. Topflka Kantat. SANTA 1H UOLTK. TOP E K A TIME TABLE. In Effect' on rind after September Z 188!. WKST HOUND. Arrivo Leave TKAINH. TOI'KKA TOIT.KA &fiu Fnuid.wo I'hTirt'MH. ii.50pm 12.05 am Arkunww City A i'oxas Kxpnwrt, 11.50 p m 12.05 it in Moxico A Him Diego UiprenH, 12.05n. 12..'!0pm Denver .V Utah Express l..J5pm 2.00pm Topoka ExpreHH,.... 7..'!) p m EASTJJOUNP. ATianTlol'ixi)r(WH 4M a m I 6.05 u m New Kork Exprews.... 2.(XJpm 2.150...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

Th Natloil llAnX Invmlim. The National Iiank act of Feb. 25 18C3 wan a drf-adful blow at industry and cltl zenshlp. Bhylock Bald, ''You do take my hous whoa you take the prop that buh tains my house, you do tako my life when you take tho means by which I live." So when a nation given Into tho hands of a ilvdred few, privilege that cannot bo enjoyed by tho many, It plants a cancer In tho breaut of tho body politic. The enormity of the national banking system ban been bo fully and lucidly presented that I cannot hopo to add anything new. I may write for thoHO who havo not read what others havo written. 1. Tho credit upon which tho nation al bank Issue In baaed la national. Tho profits aro corporate Why Bhould tho government lend tho credit of all tho peo plo to a very email part of tho people? Why should tho government farm out to tho money power, Its sovereign right to coin money and establish tho valuo thero of?" Did not tho banker get this national bank currency to loan? Did ho exp...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

ujhis.cf Labor Department l- :.ati'oii or vmxciplvi. V!vs a! arming development aaJ owt Fii'.vwa of th powfir of cn'iit capitalist t ..! corporation! under tbe prwent indu. 1,1., 1 f.niioia wUHnovitably ldad to the pnu. yvrizitioti r'lJ Lxpl5i degradation of the loilin :r mu,i It la imperative, if wedcuire fe cty the 1'uU bhwdege of life, thattmjuut Accumulation and tU power for evil of q Tvnutucl woalth ehaJl bo prevented. Thm irjich dt'rtirei objacfc can w ftocomplkhod. rily by the united oZforts of tbono who obey Ihia divine Injunction: "In the aweui of thy f.u'fj tdialt thou eat brcaiL" Therefore we I wive formed the Order of the Knjghts of Labor lor the purpoiio of organizing, educnt-ing- and directing tho power of the mduutriol Wi.'iSMOll, It in not A political party, it lu more for I n it are cryotullizod nonumouta and meamiros for the benefit of the whole pooplo; but it t hould to borne in mind, when exereMDj the right of suffrage, that moflt of the objects herein Hot fourth...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

THE FARMER PI POLITICS. Fram the Progronive Farmer, EdHod by L. L. Folk, President of the National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union. For two years this paper has ad monished the brethern that tho timo wan approaching whon their patience, their faith, thoir loyalty and thoir manhood, as Allianco men, would bo put to tho trot To redrew our wrongs and to obtain relief from discriminat ing and oppressive legislation and to effect thoso great economic reforms which are absolutely essential to tho peaco and prosperity of tho country, will requiro an unwavering adherenco to tho principles of right and justices conservative, patriotic action and tho highest moral courage. Wo must re cognize tho fact that on no lino of ac tion contemplated by our order, will wo bo confronted by such stublxrn resistance as in our effort to secure roforra in legislation, Stato and Na tional. American politics, undo tho dom ineering and corrupting influences of capital and corporate powor, havo bo- comoan...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

10 TXX23 (ClItST DOOIt NOKT1IOF BABCOCK A; PRATT'S.) ; KANSAS AVENUE NORTH TOPEKA. 3 A complete line of Footwear coiwiHtirnr of Bmi's, Horn's IM & tutors Sins ALSO A FULL LINE OF pnrnno i tm.vr i?m Hrninr Mint a liii nuu aoius uu LIEil'S, WOIiEirS AIID HISSES' ASTICS. ALL KINDS OF FELT GOODS. Tlieso Goods are all New. Call and Sec the Goods and Examine our Men's One Dollar Brocran Shoes! Roots rnado and repaired by tho of workmen. Wo aro solo agents for tho celebrated Rockford men's shoos j also Ladies' E. P. lteod Pino ShoeH, Rochester, Now York. - REMEMBER THE PLACE. 4 W. PETRO. MERIDEN EOLLEE MILL, HIGH PATENT FAMILY PATENT SUPERFINE GRAHAM. Bolted Corn X&oal. Grain and Food of all kinds. Custom and Exchange work. Wheat and Corn Bought and SOLD SHEPPELE & SON Meriden, Kansas. T GASH 39 DAY HOUSE." ."HE 419 & 421 Delaware Street, H, PATTERSON A CO., Manufacturers and Jobbers of 0 Tho cheapest "not Cash 30 day honso in tho Went Wnto for catalogue. Soto Aflunls for K...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

TI-IEJ ADVOCATE. II . .::n: r Vl!: . BDSISESS. .ESTABLISHED J.87I, yr ?M II MM W Wl FflfUM FOflflPlIY UiiU. 11 Uiilluii Jul U Jj ulUlili uUlMluulullI uulilli JilH. CAPITAL STOCK $150,000.00 Kansas - City - Stock - Y arcls. T x "P? TP rp r tz? C2 GEO. It 13ARSE, . . D. T. HEALS, . . W. E. TH0RNE, GEO. D. F0IID, . . . T. E. LADD. . ' .J. II. WAITE. Tho rapid growth of tho Livo Stock intoronts of the'tcrritory tributary to tho great commercial contor of tho Missouri Vnllov ban crontod n demand for capital to handlo tho samo to tho host advantage for tho producer. To moot this demand wo have formed the, nlovo company, and aro fully proparod to moot all demands of tho trade. Our Halomnon aro moa of years experience in thoir respective linos members of tho company, and directly interested in tho best disposition of every shipment made to us. Working In connoctlon with tho Farmer's Federation and Alliance, wo aro ablo to colloct Information that Is of groat valuo to Feeders and Raisers. Al...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1890

I THE ADVOCATE. v 1 HZ ; v:i ' . ;t 111, w ' A, ' A J 1 . J, , Tells Low to bread the) boat. tbi.m.il Ot)! r r; r ij l ivarbora DU, iO Udoago. . iiiiitirnvrii v v i j II. i Idol. U thorn firmly, 4 raw I (l,,t hi' in fit r it ir J it lli-n It I nil fdown, puHli'! Ii'k when Nimaintf, Kim iriwinmu hmt. kt'mmthem rlemi. NKWIO.1 lltaU III ; ? Hreednrof Jeney .'a"lit. TI5A Hcltay. Nawnae, bardleit, inoitt beautiful ami KraoMful Of Vf naplng Ttmob. Cholco hardy Hhrnhn, Vine,, I'lanta, Ac. (JA TALI' A and Mulberry flmida and BeedllriKtf, chr,ap. Circulars frco, J.C. IAS. Cirthaoa. Mo. "DO'iYM WITH HIGH PRICES.'' nn .flU.OitHiiwIiiK Machine, wild Attai hirn nl IH.llO i iiHMt I'latfonil Mcitlti.oll whet'lN. ........ " A ! 00 Top liiiiwy,Kiirvin I'tttt-tit Wheel. . aa.o A i-fwa Waon Htm Iti, llroca Ileum and Hunm llos, .40. (Ml A I-Tm Wauii HnilrJ mill I'atent UUivk llm k li.00 A aiLO.0 Power Fund Mill for Farmera. only S0.no A I'orlnliln r"oririi mill Farmer' Kit of Tool SO. 00 A 0.OO .toad (...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

Til-IE ADVOOAT2, connected with the ocean. Applause. For 20 years we havo bad abundant prosperity, but nt tho end of it wo And tho wealth iu centred in a few bands Has tho laborer, then, nothing to show for20yenasof toll? Oh, yen; ho can boast that tho aggregate wealth of tho nation has largely Increased. Ho can boast of tho factories, established, cities erected, rivers bridged, mountains tun uelled, transcontinental highways stretching from ocean to wean, llo can call tho roll of millionaire , to-day and thousands will respond, whero before thowarthero were less than 500. He can wipe tho sweat from his weary face and reflect that among tho 8,000 million aires may bo enumerated tho names of 20 American citizens who have gathered $1,500,000,000 frpmtlio toil and tho tears of (10,000,000 people. Applause. These 20 men havo it in their power tocombino their efforts and 11 x tho price of every bushel of wheat, every ton of coal and every days' wages of labor between tho Hudson and tho ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

utMf.iw amjance and in. " DlSTllIAIj UNION. O? '.''iClATi DIllIECTOIlY. '..'i i a.l Jfttrmor'w Alllunor und , Jmlustrlul Union. ! iv.'iont-U U Volk Washington, D. 0. t ! lYes.lJ, H. Ci.ovkh Cambridge, Kan. ''ml i,ry-J. t. Turn ku, Waiihl ngton, D. 0. 1 -i.iun-lI.W. Hickman, ruiloo.llo. !.. tun-r -IJicx, Tiuut Ki,t, Waohlngton 1). C. . JCXRCUT1VE COUNCIL '5 J; n e year Ic. A. Patti, Macon. Miss. Tuo years-IsAAOMcCuAcarcif, - Ark. o.jy.rtr-lCvAN JoNKfl, Dublin, Texan. ' KXKCUTIVB COMMITTKS 4 W. MtCu n k. WaHhlngton D. 0. A J onzo Wakdall, Huron, South Dakota. J. l Ti llm a n, Palmetto, Toiin. KANSAS STATE OFFICEItJ t'r('(! rit 1(. H. Clover Cambridge Kans. V'l',(vrrej.W. II. IliDDLJt, Auginta, nans, r eeretary J. I). Fkkncii, Hutchison Kans. "J ivjvuirer-II. Hauoumam, Burrton Kans. Cli.tplaln-J. r. Wiwr, Fatter? n Kani. Lecturer A. E. Dickinrow, Mcrldea Kans. A,;,lf( -uit Lcct.-VANH. riuTiiitlt, Neutral Ks. (orkccjier-J. E. Williams, Ilentley Kans. . Axi'tDoimJcci.tjp-A. W.Tatlob, New...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

TX-II3 .LX)VOOT23. ' ....... -. .... -. B3eHln of Jefferson County Alliance. The Jefferson CoUnty Alliance hold a bu mn meeting at Meridcii on Saturday the juii inMt. which was attended by a large mim ber of delegate from nil part of the county, and many visiting lrot Iutm from other counties. The time wart principally con sumed iu the discussion of business mciiHurm of a private character. A sumptuous dinner was provided hy members in the vicinity of Meridcn and by tho business men of the town. Meriden business men, unlike those of Homo other towns, nee tho importance of thin movement, and recognize tho fact that their own prosperity depends upon that of tho farming community. Recognizing thin fact they have always been friendly to the order. With the exception of n few old fogy politicians who think more of their party than they do of their own vixen and children, and fear that tho Alliance will make Rome inroad un former majorities, the people of Meriden have never offered any op...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

Tl-Xia ADVOCATE. THE ADVOCATE. I'utllahcd Every Thursday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. 1WcI.au J x. - EuiToa J, k". jAuitvnxKR, lU'Biwitart Manaokh. , TCEKA, - KAN3A3. ' ( E,r.trd a second class rnnttor in the PoHt CCce at Topeka, Kaunas.) TCItM.1 OF SUltHCltiniON One Copy One Year Tvrclve copies one year 10 Clu'fta of Twenty copies or over I.M eac AdvcrtlHlng lUtrn. Display Matter, 10 cents per line, Ajjato incas- urenu.-nt (14 1111011 10 me nu n; . Ki'iuluiK Notices, 20 cent per linn. Address all communication to l,lij , , AaVOCAIE PUULI'iHfWa CO. Topka Kantas , SANTA I1C UOUm TOPEKA TIME T A j , IaDlfoct on and after September , . . WEST 150UNI). Arrive I TttAlNfl. taunt Franc ico Exprcwt. ' Arkanwm City fc Texan Kiprtrw, Mexico ii Haa DiotfO Express, Denver A Utah Express 'iVpekn Exprem, TOI'EKA BLE. 20, 1880. Leave TOI'KK A 11.60 p m 11.50 pm 12.05 n. 1.35 p m 7.:50 p m 12.0tiain 12.05 am 12.ro pm 2.00 pm EAST-BOUND. ATlantio Express . New York Express... Chicago Exprens Kansa...

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