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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 August 1889

orosKu co-onsnTioN. An Addis to tho Bute FunneiV r Alliance Dya Committee ofthe State ilzwmhlj of the HuJght of Lulor. 'SO 'VUIL lUNBi ROTATE FaIWZRU' ALLIANCE-:Wo addroi's yon m friond.i nuil coworkers in tho cause of Common Justico and Industrial TrogreHH. Appreciating and heartily recipro cating the kindly end fraternal feel ing manifested by you in sending a ropresentativo of your body, Mr. A. 15. Dickenson, to Louvenworth, on August 5th. to join us in an informal meeting and consultation, tho Kansas State Assembly of tho Knighta of Labor havo appointed tho BubHcribers hereof a committeo to draft an ad dress to you, discussing tho subjects which are mutually interesting and imiortant to uh. This in done in tho hopothatit may tend to incroaso a fraternal feeling . among tho kindrod organizations of lal)or which aro menaced by tho same dangers, and, which must bo saved by tho samo agencies and remedies. That Committeo now addressing you, desires to express an earnest be lief that ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 August 1889

t;ftho government. To' a pension tMUliMlOMT, hOWCVCr, the. ciwo in different. True to tho traditions of 1 In omeo he iii in duty hound to seize upon this trilling technicality (is an ex cuse for delay, and an exhaustive in vestigation f this discrepancy of medical tevjimony. Uy tho earnest - Htio:i of tlio Hon. K, N. Morrell this cuso 'i mado apuciullong before 1 . the expiration of commissioner J Jiuv s term of Hit vice, and t ill it drngs its vt'.iry course along down the tedious years, while tho old soldier continues to j;pjroa''l nearer and nearer tho j;rnve tli".t will ere. Ion;; bide all his imfforingand sorrows from our eyes. J I in said that tho government lias provided a soldiers' homo for Mich tMics; hut. will thiwt soldiers' homos r'eio a'id euro for the wives of theso men if they seek shelter within their wall.d l'V from it. Tho old Holdier nni,t tit -H'l't his wife, leave her in her oil ago l. shift for herself, go to tho county hme or porinh alone, if ho won Id avail h...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 August 1889

ADDITIONAL LOCALS, Subscribe fur the Advocate. . Mon snar for u dollar at MobutV. than any place in town. Bii'ld up your town by trailing with home people. ForciiuTH have no in terest in it A. & J, "V. Mosier. A rent opportunity surelydon't miss it. The weekly Capital and Ai- Holo,' A Crnnd I'ntortalninont. The event of tlie season in Meriden will no doubt be the entertainment to lie iven ut the Presbyterian church next Friday evening Au. !!0. Elabo rate rrparut'ious are lining made for thi alTair and all who wish to enjoy a treat should attend. The following w iho programme. 1. Hhining May, Chorus. vocatu only per year. Si'LPlAL Notice. Schpplo & Son, Meriden Holler Mills pay within lie, of Kansas City prices for wheat. We are soon going East to purchase our Fall and Winter stool;; and we can safely say it will be by fur the largest stock that will be brought to Meriden. A. tfc J. W. Mosier. We do not want the earth but we want u share of tho patronage. We are always ready ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 August 1889

A. & J. W. MOSIBE! ERIDEN, KAN. - Aro btill at their old stand and want the pooplo to know that they luivo tho Largest Stock of Goods in i town, and that their fall stock will be larger than ever before. AND THKY WILL HAVE THE- v-BEST BARGAINS UVKlt OFFERED IN THE TOWN. BEE -THEIR - PRICES - BEFORE - BUYING. T .,1 Lit UJjWjII 1 ii ,i fir? I ILL A HIGH PATENT, t I I A T T T T" - r- T V A r-i-i T 1 "V T t 1- I SUPERFINE, GRAHAM Bolted Corn Meal. Grain and Feed of all Kinds, Custom and Exchanao Work. Wheat and Corn ; Bought and Sold. SHEPPELE&SON, MERIDEN, KAN livery, Feed & Sale Stable ! 'Y.f-wW WiltiH fi')tLiiii'i.'uijfaKtWi P. CRULL, MERIDEN, KAN SMITHBROS. LOAN AGENTS & BROKERS. INSURANCE Mulco three, fivo and hovi year loans on improved and tmim - proved farms in J cQVrson and Jackson counties ut 8 per cent inorest without commission No delay. Money ready ns noon as papers nr signed. T. A. BRUNK, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF .J (IM A T N in FLOUB Qr MI? A T t 1YI.J2J Bar...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 August 1889

I. The Advocate VOL. MHRIDEX, KAN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 1889. NO, VarnuM'ki Hlnnil .Firm. TrNK;"JoJin Urown's hotly," etc T1mw' Imiiiislt' at tin t'upllal, thi'to's "Mimic' In llu' air," We'll Jiavi' music at I'lcitlon, too niut music everywhere. The farmers are trlumphujit--let monojollsts beuiuv, our cause Is miireliliinon. Tin1 delejaitcx at Illsmurk avc iiioiiomII,iIm to know, That In our ciiiisiitutlon-thcy wotiM liuvc but II lie, show- Ami thty told (lie railroad lohhy that they Might have leave logo, For trul h Is marehluji i. The Alliance Is iiilvnnrlim, It has proved a grand Mieeess, Alt IioiikU reviled by usurers and Hlanlered by the press, These fellows how mid sera; to us-for olllco now I ue.ss, As wo oliiarchliiKou, Let not the farmers thittered bo by any sm h pretense- Let us keep our eyes wide open ami uct with common sense I-et us mini the records closely of the fellows "on the fence," As we no niarchJuKon. Let us work and act together with u duo ro- Kped for laws, L...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 August 1889

THE ADVOCATE M.EIUDKN, ' - - KAN Saturdi, Augut 3' TOM OK HlUtW IlUTION ,. on- one v:ii' L'r,.,.'.!H' i vvHtroi-lrx.m'jriir '."" , ., . . 11,110 i i lit ) -I Ui v " 'null in Ailv'iiuc. KAIM'.OAD TUIH TAULl-i. hANTA VH :,lii;;i:u,t. iwwr No i' M " Mi I" 31. W, ICKt. A. M. Coin" Wt'4 I'iii'iijjcr So KM 1 1 ;M. A.M. .. "' " till llilH'. r. M. .. i.,,.!!,! " lift mir,. a. m. I'MON rACll' K' r.olnir Aivniiioilatlnu K'.li). A. M. DlllEL'TOUY. ( 'llUI'l'll. nu:snYTlii:iAN-M'''tlni'v'ry iilt-ruat ,nnliiy ut U nVl'K'K, a, in. i:kv, l'.ui.v, ruMior. MKTIIODIST - Huutlny Mioul rvriy liuinl;iy .v'iniliint 10, hvurlilu cwry ull.-nwl. Sun l.ty at II u. in. Wirt lit 7:: h"ty.T im'i't- ' in every Tlmr'ity r.fcl.t. UMTi:i lJICir. lli:r.N -Suiiflay HflHMil Ki'iy -yuiliiy morula ut l' oYMi. I'iv:irltli:t 'vi'y ..lerimti! Suii'ln) nt H ii. m. mi'l ":;' ! '"'"'i'' i' nici'thai'si'i! Wi'i'n.'Mliiy hh'M- 1!kv. O.KAVKU, riihttM'. CATHOLIC N-IAliTHCVi'iy llvlftl Siiluby III ill.' IIMilllll. HAi'TIs l' - I'M...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 August 1889

cardinal principle in every Alliance man's faith to absolnMy refuse to gjvermy fact that may bo itsctlio hi injury, and if the Kpecial ngent of tho gambler are prowling filwut ftny uefghMrhood (mdeavoring surrepti liously to gain this information givo thorn tho oentle huit of n cont of tnr and feathers that they nm not popular in the oommmntv which the infest ti i i3"v ii i"vr 5Ta i :Kirr. Brother (J. A. Tyler, .Slut' Business Agent of the Farmers' Alliance wrib under dato of August 27,: I have ikZviVps from mauv of the hir'e milKnll vaiitimr wheat. If jnur jx'opli will nay that the have 10, i)(hj or ow.wiuousiieis 01 wneut, givm ouiilitv and grade arid weight if possi Me, 1 think 1 er.n easily fiud th ,ltn good markets, but I don t wish to lHtIj,r mi v morn mills or largo dt alrrs unless livm w here the vheut is to come from if 1 furnish them with n goodmarkt nnd make them come money over nm Jibovo what they can net, I think they cannfJ'ordto ship the wheat, us it costs them nothin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 August 1889

' THE ADVOCATE HEItfDEN, - - KAN. S. McLallin Editor J. P. LImeburner Aisociat Ed. F. N. Newhouse, Business Manager. OfllcorH Kmimimi Htute Alllanoo. rrt'nllnt II. II. Ci-ovkii Cambridge. Vico-m-H. W. H. ilWDUK AukuhU. Hircrctiiry J. H. FitRNcii, nurrton. TrciiHury-II. IUioiiam " CluipIrln-rJ. 1. Watt hittmon, IK-tiiriT-A. K. Dickinhon Merldon. AH.it. LeeturerVAN H. I'kathkii Neutarl. DoorkcciM.r-jKTiiKO Com it ax Wlnllcld. Aast. Ioorkeeper-A. W. Tayloh Newton. Bi1 ut-armn-L. K. HovT Dt'xter. I'amIiwhh AKt.-. A. Tymck Hurrton. Mattnraof liniHHlAiico to every Alli ance man nro x)ii to upj)Cftr In the col umn of the ADVOCATE. Subncrlbe now andkoep poNttMl. Do You? Want to keep fully pouted ou Alliance matter? Do you want t!i AHUiik-u to mieceed ami con- tl'lttlte tO itH HIUTt'SH? Do you want to read n bold uml feaite djHcuHMloiv of your heaven-born rights m tllleift "Hhu noil. IN you want eneouraKeuieiit In tliu fluid you are liiaklim aKiiliud tlw opprcfiwun of your luldn and privileg...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 August 1889

EDITORIAL NOTES. A cut of Col. G(o. W. Reed of To pcka appears in tho Kansas City Times of tho 20th. Tho Colonel has adly altered in his looks since tho writer saw him about a week ago. Although wo ilo not endorse nil tho opinions of tho Dexter Free Fichu upon tho subject of un official State paper, wo reproduce in this issue tho editor's article as his view of tho case. Wo nro still of tho opinion tluit tho in terests of tho Fanners' Alliance will bo bout nerved by an aggressive paper owned and controlled by tho State or ganization. Tho ox-Confederate of Missouri havo boon enjoying a reunion at Hig ginsvillo during the past week. Con gressman Hatch in his address speak ing for tho old soldiers, said. "Wo nro ntst as loval today as thoso who fought under tho stars and utripes, and should a war break out with Great Britain or any other coun try, that country will see us light ing side by side and shoulder to shoul der with thoso with whom wo onco contended. Wo want no brand, neither ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 August 1889

nil pieces of realty to our caiiho itoiu professional politicians. Too many of those have built their fortune upon broken in tho past and Hoshonldhnvoa derm record who mAy lx deemed worthy of tho suf frages of tho great co-opernti vo lal)r organizations, tiyd of tho Farmers' nud Laborers' Union of America, in Jho future. Tho joint convention of delegates of tho Fanners' Alliance and Agricul tural Wheel at Springfield Mo., afh-r julopting n declaration of jit juclploH, resolved that they "will not support for wiy legislative oflwv, tato or nu iionnl.any candidate who will not pledgo himself in writing to support midadvocato this declaration of prin ciple" Thereupon it in said "Tim hicul republican organ comes out with fiuming headlines declaring that the Farmers' anil Laborers' Union have ontorcd politico am! joined tho demo crat." In the evcitenietit incident to the occasion the per referred to has liocontw a little mixed an to what real ly ha transpired. Intend of tho Al iianoo hav...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 August 1889

ADDITIONAL LOCAIA Subscribe for tho Advocate. Bustles lOcts. nt Kendall's. Another lot of boots and shoos jut received lit Kendall'h. Try tho library baking powder id Kendall's, lib can ami lxxk only 2. cents. Hev. Cleaver nrul wife returned from the Nottingham grove camp meeting Thursday. Just us wo aro going to press the lieAvsof Mr. Abraham Firestone's ileflth reaches this office. .Snakes are proving numerous in this section of the, country this year. It would bo a terrible calamity to get snake bitten in Kansas at present. The young folks of tho United Bret hem church will jive a social at .Mr. GroondykoH, on Tuesday evening. A hearty invitation is extended to ail to attend. Don't light your own town; every prosperous business is a benefit to every one in n town. The Kendall Mercantile Co. are drawing custom ftom far and wide by their low prices and fair dealing. Miss Lizzie Kentz of Idaho Springs who is at present iv guest of Mrs. W. 0. Spencer, expresses her intention of start...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 August 1889

isiti;vrni:s iv wit. The Coni(K)tnlk in (ho Full: It tfoen ;.;t:,iiiht tho tfrnm to have my win pnll 1 iti ill luifuliiitf maimer. I'm ruii ly brLwUT ly the maimer in rhioh I'm treated : Cut dead ly thrw hohuve Vuli ivfited" niy wx'iety till umnmer, itn mwt harrowing. The Cow IM1:A cow he(a)rd nITuir. The ToUiUh'h Lament: Thin wet weather luw ruined my eyes, and 1 dontknow how I tun to tfet thruuh ilin WIVMM willlOllt NpeC(k)n. The Cane Field' ltemark: Since the nnar mill burned ilown at Topeka I'm having u prat, deal of trouble villi my Hrj;th)um. Preacher: "How did you liko my wrmon today, Mrn. Smith." .Mrs. Smith: "Channintf. 0, toll me, who wus that odious looking woman hit ho lint pew, with tho plum colored hat V'Kx. John L. Sullivan instill able to lie un the ground without fulling off. Ex. Vcm can never .;et into the good graces of a young woman by watching her get cut of n hummock.--Ex. Tom : "I tell j on men amy prate uh they please of tho extravagance of woman, butnho can ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 September 1889

I' kit hr!IL I JL'JL2j ' k..yy .K j ' a nnTr,,'C ' 7 VOL. i. MURIUM. KAN., SATURDAY, SH1TEMBKR 7, i& NO. 5. Alliance. m f.j j-rotit Hid K.ullit'ni MtTfiiry. Tho following from tho published proceedings of tho Texas State Alh . unco contains solid food for roilonon for tho people of this and every other state in thoUuioa: The oouimittee on industrial do ..r.imi made tho followiug report, which' was atC'l nd ordered print ed in tho Southern Mercury and mi papers friendly uro roqueted to copy Hiimo: To tho President, Officers and Mem bers of tho Farmers' Alliance of Texas: "Wo hiiro made inquiry as ftir as wo havo boon, ablo, into tho general condition of tho working poopK Tho ! v questions that wo havo kept steadily , p in view are: Do thoHO who lalor and produce receive u just portion of tho profit or surplus wealth they create? Has tho vast incroaHO of productivo lower, which in tho result of advance ment in science and tho multiplica tion of inventions to lesson labor and incre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 September 1889

i I u I DEN AO V'OCAT E. KAN, H. McUilm Editor J, P, l.ir.ebumflr Aflfiociaia Ed. F. N. Nuwhouiu, Buamos Manage. OHictM'iH KtmmiM Hl:;i( Allmnee. I'rrnMcr.l U. II. ('U'CVil ( 'i ju I u iil,;' Vli'i'-I'lrn. W, II, l:ilHI.K AlU'ilHlil, t.f.'i'i l.ny -J. II. I'iucmu, Ilui'ilmi. 'i'mmivy- II. H in j ii .v C!uii'ilu-.l. I', Wait. I'iitiiTwm. L.tdurt'i'- ,. I-. Dli'hINHuN M.'liili'll. AhM. uii'tr-Van M. I'lnnm: Ni'i.t.nl. )(Mili'i'Mr.lniMtrt('iKiiH..v Wlnflit. AK'4. Iiiiii!i.'('1iit-A, V', T.V Vl.oit NVrtloii, nt ;ui;H-L M. IIovt D.'Urr. ItuMiifK t Atti.-t'. A. Tvi.kii is.irrfon. JlAheiHoi'lmportnnoc to every AIII- to n'"M'iir In tho ml- umrwof tl:0 ADVOCATE. Hiilwcrlbn 1KMV iintl kTl JIOHtcU. Do Von'.' Wiint In k''i fully Ksit'il on AlIliiiH'i' mutt'TV. ln J'iii iwiiit the AllliiH'i'to hiii iTt'il iniil i'iiii WlliliU' to IU HUccrHM'.11 ' lie ynit unit U) l'tiul U liuM ami "lillt'Nrt Ilrt"iiihl(in of your licavi'ii-lwrn il;.'hl. m tilli m i.f t.in! null. J). you want ciiroiirairiniMit In...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 September 1889

I J IT IS IIAVK A CltL'AMKItY. Cull fi-.rn t'ltiznM'AiMll'itriun-H' Meet In,;. At n moving of citizc n of Moridc n and vicinity hold kmio tint a;;o to ronnidor tho advisability of building u creamery at thiu place it vusth uht to le too Into to nmhrtnLo tlio work t lie present season, and too early to boin for the next season, and tho iiio,tinti(lj()unn,'!AviL!joutiV.)in;,' any thing to advr.nco the project, It is now thought best to cjill another meet in'' and take nva uiumtorv w.eps us may ho donned expedient to secure 1 he iinul success of tho cntornriso Thin U a question in which tho poopl of both town and country should ho deeply interested. Yory fi'v fanners huvotho conveniences necessary to inako lirst class butter in hot weather and oven those who aro best prepare and most successful, aro workup at a disadvantage, and with tho very best results their butter does not briiu? thi price in tho market that in readily ob tainodfor creamery butter. Even though it may bo of unexcept...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 September 1889

faumiucs' fhdmuation. The Farmers' Federation of tho Mississippi Valley is a close corpora tion of thrco Directors, with centraliz ed business power in tho hands of a President, and aa Executive Board coiqiOHod of head of departments. Thin company wan organized over a your ago, with (i capital stock of twenty million dollars divided into two million shares of ton dollars each liftmen million dollars of thin stock i'h placed in the hands of a trustee, to forever secure to farmers a controlling interest in tho company; and to servo another purposo of equal importance; for it is provided that tho annual divi dends that may accrue on thin fifteen million dollars of Htock Hhall bo ap propriated first for tho establinh ment or a bank as provided in tho charter; and second, for the purchase or erection of grain elevators and the establishment of stock yards. Tho remaining five million dollars of stock will bo olTered as follows, . to wit: Two hundred and fifty thousand dollars to farmers w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 September 1889

HTni'itr, a w:kv tiil'st? JMilnr JfiffM'Honlan : I was ro !t Au;iist lUh. at a moiling of forty mt moro foslTh and hippt ry of cutllo tmd ju many morn hUn-k ruiscru, crilloil to iVeitli' in rt'fi'nMUvtoHMitlintf (Irln uicstu rtppiftr IWori'tlinooiitfrmiiim al commiUeo to iiivwtiiilo tho Uvt riiht,fttitH cumimij-v nun-tin? in (iun or to uxk hu cummiUoM to civil witnesfim bforo Hum. TlxTP Mvmoilho iU'stion in tho mind-Hof tho.MO prom-nt thut u ,kBitf I'our" okikIk, or Hint hVimtor Plumb' assertion on tlx' lloor of tin nonnto wfLitruo when ho mU: uKnnnus IWiWh anil funnora luivt'lxvn ruUx'd in tho hist tVw y'tira of not lss than J;! 0,000,000 hy t ho hoof I runt." All Foenuvl nnn-cl lis to thowosKMi ty of kimo relief from thocjuiotionsof thooctopuH. Bat after tlihCUHsin nndrPHoIvinjj for om nml onrv-hulf hours thoy bocumo fritfhtonoil at what ihoy promised to do and ivconsMoroil aud tnlylcd tlwir i t'solutionH ami ad journal, thus roull.y iloinr nothing. Our pnporrt Mipprohn all xiotic...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 September 1889

THE ADVOCATE HT.niDKN, - - KAN. OaUrduy, September 7 tBfy. TOMH UK HtlMOHUON On! Cory On Year H-M cIuiTltATKH. r.Ieven cojlo oho yciur tlo,(H) Tvefuty-llirre " " Cuwla lu Advunto. ItAILUOAO TMM TABLK. . SANTA ifK ' (iolug KftHt. ruHwnT NoHG r;01. A.M. " " 101 4;02. 1" M. " " vrtilfht " lot) 0:U. A. M. " M 10s ii:ao. . m. (iullig Went rnnHtiliBiT No 101 II :3R. A. M. i' " " 101 lllOO. V. M. " Freight " 106 0;ir. A. M. UNION I'ACIKIC . (JoluK Eest. Accomodation 8:10, A.M. i Went " B:no. r. M. DIRECTORY. Churoh. PttKSIJYTKltlAN Mt't'tlngi every alternate bunlty ut 11 o'clock, a, in, Ukv, IUii.v, l'antor. MlCTIlobwr-HiiiKlay Hohool every Honday ournln at 10, l'rcarliliiK every altcrnati Hun day ut 11 11. m. and Ht 7 :'M p. m. 1'rayer iimct tiiff every Thursday nlht. ItKV,Orr l'UHtor, UN1TIC1) UUEXItRliN-flnntlay Hehool every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. 1'renehlriK every iiUernate Huuday at U ft. in. uud 7 ilW p. in, I'my Ht mooting every Wednesday nltfht.. Hr.v.CMCAVKit, rastor, CATII...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 September 1889

'tantim mtuvissisu: LICU)." Written for the Ahvocatk. As nioet of tho necessaries conven iences and luxuries of life lire tho product of labor, those products are virtually wealth. A country that from its forests, mines and extorsive natur nl agricultural facilities, can furnish, through tho medium of tr, nil the necessaries and I'onvcnicncics, with luOMtof tho luxuries, possesses within itself thnt which should render it in dependent of nil otlu rs; unlit in evi dent that its most important residents wo those who by their labor ami in telligence develop those resources, and .that c:L nvery inuivuiwLci.tlis class is entitled to a share of this'woa!!lh ia proportion, to his own contribution. As what nro termed necessaries aro peremptorily required for tho exist ence of lalor; a condition in which these are its only reward, is one of most abject servitude. An equitable distribution of thp produot of labor should protect all the industrious from privation. Tho establishment of national...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 September 1889

iS.-'UH.'O I lIl.lllMllH-l'll Irjf H.II1. J, W. OlI'lTl Wo ho!d these inilJj to lu rtolf evi-1r.-;tli;it i''cvlli hh taxation is rob- fj', idul uo'.'JJi'hh ri'tjtrietiuu tyranny tuul snbiirription to both, slavery, 'j lat whether tJu'Ho abnormal claims uo irrigated or usurped by kingship tir by combination hi no wise miti gates the crime, and, whereas, trade combinations under various names have of Into I Mm formed throughout our land, whoso open purpose and ppiHicnl effect in to tat consumers of noroKnarios of life by restrict iuu a'i' caiMuu out trudu competition; " thus enabling tho said associations to place arbitrary, unwarranted and n erous prices upon their monopolized product and thus exorcise the two highest functions of the most despot ic government, therefore U" it JU'Holml, That it is tho sense and wish of tho North Carolina Farmers' State Alliance iu convention assom bled, as we have roason to leliovo it to be of nil other associations looking only to self-protection ag...

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