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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

. . 11 M in, n . ... mth- imin ( i V 7 v ' i fenow j 1 :eV- p iM w ii m : mi TJd VOL. I. TOPEKA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEIHtUAUY 27, 190. NOT CONT1UI3UTORS DEPARTMENT. De Careful, Make no Mistakes. Enrroit Advocatic: Tho order of the Farmers' Alliance ami Industrial 1'nlon In making accretions at an almost iitipur allelcd rate, but It must be careful an to Ita modes of procedure or disintegration will begin at out? end before tho work of organization la completed at tho other, and It will fall to tho ground to become, a reproach to its friends and a by-word to scoffers. Hear with me, if you please, whllo I call attention to tho principal abuse which led to this movement and then to tho er rors wo may fall into in attempting to combat this abuse: "Wo must not forget that tho chief troubles, T do not Bay tho Hole troubles, but chief troubles with which wo have been accursed have been tho inadequacy of tho wagea and prices wo have been forced to accept and tho extortionate prices wo have b...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

2 the abvooat; mnl Intercut la linprllevl" not In the 'it ;,in:uket" but In "tho foreign" and t,l X ''iho danger there doe not come from i;'Jti pnxiuctn, for we run raise our pro Curlrt, and pay tho cost of transportation tj m.wkot undemtl with profit, all iiU" My oMuhj'Vhh of Intellect must l.;j my excuau for propounding thl quoa t'.ou; If tho foregoing assertion made by II r. MiK Incorrect, why la it that the prices of grain, In Liverpool, an set by "riml products' do not pay tho American farmer, anything near tho actual first font of production? And yd the Liverpool 'grain marled it fret to the world. Tad!! reformers, In tho past, havo earn- My contended for tho recognition of tho tu t that tho tariff la a tax paid by tho American consumer of foreign goods, and nut by tho foreign manufacturer. They are eminently correct In thin contention, , s tho tariff ban nothing whatever to do Vviilx tho prlco of foreign goods In foreign rrketa. It la well to bear thin In mind. Liverpool ban ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

TI-IXJ ADVOCATE. 3 where the property ban depreciated in valuo ulnco the plating of the mortgage by reason of a contraction of the circulat ing medium or unjust legislation. 10. Jlenolted, That we favor the adoption of the AuHtrulhin or similar method of voting. 17. lltaolmy That we favor the election of United States Senators, President and Vice-President by direct vote of the peo ple. 13. lletolved, That we demand that our Senators and representatives In congress be Instructed to pass a liberal service pen sion law that will do Justice to all honor ably dlHtharged soldiers who mo valiantly defended our Union in CI -03. 19. Wjiicukah, A Hhort time ago a con vention composed of 100 delegates, repro eentlng the retail Implement dealers of Kansas, met In Kansas City for the avow ed object of forcing ua to buy our lmple menta from the retail dealera, and In furtherance of said object they resolved to boycott all wholesale dealera and man ufactures In order that they would not trade wit...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

J clv.'Ung1 nil tho means and material cm ployed In transportation shall bo claimed i.t railroad stock; ouch claim of mines with the property unl Implements ued In ruining hIihII to claused under ncparato and appropriate heads, an Mhall each cl.un of manufactories and merchandise aid all other forum of capital. 811.0. 4. The respective possessions of each Individual, firm, corporation or as solution tdiall then, belles being listed in tho name of tho parties to which they belong, bo arrange! under ' tho c!nHf5 to which thoy belong, thus form ing a schedule of valuations separate and distinct an to claim an well aH to owner ship. Mice. 5. Kach dlHtlnct quantity of pro perty, an determined by tho cbi.Hu to which It belongs and Its ownerHhlp, Hhall bo subject to taxation upon a progressive scalo In manner an herein prescribe! : Upon all values of $1,000 or Ichh, the lowest rate of taxation Hhall bo charged ami collected. ypoti all vahicH exceeding $1,000 and not exceeding $10,000 tho r...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

5 FAUMi:iW ALLIANCE AND IN DUSTIUAL UNION. OFFICIAL. DlllICCTOIiV. National Kurmr' Allla-mor and Industrial Union. Prenldent-L. I. ToiK Washington, P. C. Vie-Pres. B, II. Cloykr Cambridge, Kan. Hecretary-J. II. Tuna kk, Washington, I). C Trcasum II, W. Hickmak, IY.xlco,Mo, Ix'cturcr -Ben. TEunm.ii, Washington 1). C EXKCUTIVa COUNCIL Throe years-It. A. Patty, Macon. Miss. Two ycnis-ISAAoMfC'iucKKN, Ark. Ouoyear-EvAif Jonks, Dublin, Texas. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE C. W. McCun E. Washington D. a Aunzo Waiuaix, Huron, South Dakota, J. F. Ti llm A K, Palmetto, Twin, KANSAS STATU 0FFICEH3 rrcsldent-B. II. Cloy kk Cambridge Kans. Vlco-Prcs.-W. II. Biodle, AiiRunta, Kans. Secretary J. B. Fwcnoh, Treasurer II. Bauqumam, Chaplain J. P. Weht, Lecturer A. E. Dickinsob, Hutchinson Kans. Burrton Kans. ratlericn Kans. Meriden Kans. Assistant Lcct VanB. PbathkU, Neutral Ks. oorkceper J. K, Williams, Bentley Kans. As't Dooskceper-JL. W. Tayloe, Newton Ks. Herg'Ut-Arrna--1 IL Hayt, Dexter Kans. Business A...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

THE ADVOCATE. rubl!iwl Every Thursday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO, fi. hUA.XU.lS, J. T. LlMKHUHNKK, TOPEKA, Kditoii. lH'HINKMM MANA'JKIt. KAN3A3. ( Knlorwl iih woooiid clans matter In tho Pout Ollloo at Toiiekn, Kwmiw.) TiatMS ok buiikciciition One Cony One Year UI(I Twelve copies ono year 10lW Clubs of Twenty copies or over f . . Advert Irfliitf Kan-H. Display Mutter, 10 cents per line, AfatO l'l- tin-nifrit (l lliii'n to thn Im-li) Keu.lliiK Notices, W cents per lino. AddieHi till coiiiintiiitftit ioiin to tne ADVOCATE PUUUSHINO CO. Topeki Kaniui. HANTA T'lrnoijTi:. T 0 r E K A TIME TABLE. Iu Effect on and after September 20, lm WKUT HOUND. Leave THAINi). fliwfrrunHMJo Express. Arkunwi City & Texan 15x prims, Mexico & Sun Dietfo Denver .UJ tali Express Topekn lUpresM,. Arrive TOI'K.UA 12.05 n. l.:ir pm 7.:M) p in TOl'KK A fj.OOaui 12.0Caui 12.30 ii m 2.00 pm KAST-IJOUNI). Atlantic Express Mew York Express.... Chicago Express Kansas City Express. . DXXWKVN Tol'KKA, ArCllI...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

TI-I13 ADVOOATH raid dl)t and mtorot.it thorfton, and all nocoKHary and roarconablo contw, charges arid oxponsos incurred, out of tho proceeds of tho sale, ho Khali return tho surplus to tho party of tho first part or hid legal representative. And if, from any cauw, aaid property nhall fail to natiHfy said debt and in terest aforesaid, tho aid party of tho liiht part hereby ngreos to pay tho deficiency." After u careful reading of ono of thoso mortgages it in quito doubtful if very many fanners will bo willing to tio up their cropa in thin manner oVon if it woro jybuniblo or profitable to borrow money upon this Bocurity. Tho handle to thowo precious docu ments is too much liko that of a jug all on ono side. Tho idea of storing and holding tho grain off tho market, howovor, is worthy tho mont thoughtful consider ation ; and if any moans can bo doviu d by tho Allianco and tho Grango and Farmers' Mutual Benefit asflocia tion within thoir own ranks, whoreby tho prossing ncessities of th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

nights cf Labor Dcpartrc: lmifoum of ruLNCirLO. PREAMBLE. xl.o thinning development una finery i of iho power of graat eapiuihifj , it rid corporations under tha prmonfc Indus. ttiul ryhtem will inevitably load to tho vnxi ' wiiiiation and hopolcw dogriukthti of tho toumij tonuses. It is imperative, iiwo dt,iro t enjoy Iho full btewilaga of lifo, that unjust accumulation mm tins power ior evu or mi gregated wealth shall bo prevontod. Thfi much desired object can fie'accompliahod V. i only by tho united ofiforts of tlwtto wLo obey tlio divine injunction: "In the swpat of , thy f fice slmlt thou eat bread." Therefor wo l ave formed the Order of tho Knrghta of iioor for tho purpose of organizing, mmntt log and directing the power of th fflduutrial m amies. It in not n political party, it la more for in it are crystallized sentiments and measure for th benefit of the whole miopia; but il should bo borne in mind, wfion exorciaing the right of suffrage, tliut moat of tho bjectu luuoin set...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

1 1 i . ' (Continual from jHtye 4.) 2nd. limited, That we denounce as In jurious, tho system of providing public officials and legislators with free pans by railroad companion of Kansas, and de mand that it bo abolished absolutely: 3rd. llnoltrd, That wo denounce an in jurious and oppressive, tho j resent system of voting county or township bonds In aid of the construction of railroads, Ac, that the law permitting it be repealed : Cave Simunos, Elk Co., Feb. 21, 1800. Kdltor The Advocate. Dear (Sir and 15nther:-A few days ago I received Hevcral copies of your excellent paper and Immediately began to distribute them to members of the order; taking care to give only one paper to each fami ly an for as they would go. And In marking the following liHtof members of our union I will Lave to be guided only by my memory as to whom I gave tho papers to. I received your letter recently dated February 10, 181)0, containing subscription blanks and say that I will make an effort at our next moil...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

mora' b-at Interest, and havo resolved the following: That the corporation and in dividuals owning and grazing caitiff, horses, sheep etc. on tho public lands, bo niodo to pay rental on land, and taxes ad- a r.uld on such land and Hto( In ut.it Ail 11,1 t'lfl'llt. to Hfild lands. Wo will i" " j send our names In petition form at onc to tho proper authorities. Who will fol low? Tho above In what waBsent to tho Newn and refused. Now It la very strange since tho jV7Mhun been on tho fence with long range field gl.iHHi.-a ho can not make un his mind which way to go. Ho la al ways ready to speak otho alliance but neverwrit. If ho was so ready to am tho farmera In tho emergency rates, why not In tho rango cattle rutea? Hurely If tho former la of vital Intercut tho latter 1 more bo. (J ICC). TlIOM I'HON. A IJutler county Alliance pawed a res olutlon refuaing to patronize any and all papers that do not support tho principles of tho Farmers' Alliance, In their editorial columns. Other Allianc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

CAPITAL STOCK $1D0,000.00- Kansas - City - Stock Yards. DIRECTORS: GEO.K MUSE, . . D. T. BKALH, . . W. E. TIIOKNE, GEO. D. FOKD, . . . T. E. LADI), . , J. h. WAITK. Tho rapid growth of tho Livo Stosk interests of tho territory tributnry to tho groati commercial contor of tho Missonri Valley has created a ilomnnd for capital to handle the, name to tho boat ml vnntaff.t, for tho producer. To nieot this lienminl wo huvo formed the above company, and aro f ally prepared to meet all demand of tho trade. Our flalemneri are men of yearn experience in their 4 respective linen members of tho company, and directly interested in tho host diHponition of every (shipment made to uh. Working in connection with tho Farmor's Fcdoration and Allianco, wo aro ablo to collect Information that is of groat valuo to Feeders and Raisors. All parties handling stock of any description, respectfully requested to correspond. net - ptin, to - all mm or MOu, Mb s (FIRST BOOK NOllTil OF BABCOCK & PJUTT'S.) KAN...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 February 1890

brand t!ia txwt. ix-nt free. ft.4 1 nar bora tU, C'blougQb "COW! V1TII EISN PRICES." 1n.oKiiiinr mWiIiim, with Atiiuii'nu AaH. rinifoiin ncb.Ii., on wlim-la A Itl.OOTnp Bmrify,r'n I'aUint Wni'Ha . A vVaon Ki iilM.ilrnHM lleain and lli'aiii Hoi.. A I-Tm Wa.m Keilo n ml 1'iitmit Block itm k Aeno.OOl'owarl'.M'd Mill for ( armnra, only A I'ortuMo Koiv mini Kamim' Kit of Toola A aMM Hoad( art, orMwi'll Hody Culttif A f U.IMJ HtiiKliI lluirifjr Hami-tia A t0-la Heoopand I'lulform Heal A 4-lk Family r ntor Nettle, will! rirawt Heoof Catalogue nl Mi l.lt of No tifvr.ri I .rtlrlea lion AMim IIICACiO M'AI.K CO., tfaJcag, ih.oq 10. Oil Mik.00 40.IHI 7.MI IIMMI VII. 00 I a. 00 .1.10 ,.1.00 .I.Ull tfra lit KOUEV IN Fnun POULTRY AND stock IQGKl WORTH THEtR WEIGHT III C0lD IjuIIhi iinlUi- la Kaurf '. h, 1 1 lil rut $ .'ifi llnw U I'miilim! aitri Uriiw trull, III' .'Jft Amrrlma l.l Murk Manual, lllii.lr.lril, llll.ll. u frnnulile I'llllllry ilal.lnf, Hid, .HI Patnlnf MrnttorkmUiilil,Naiiwiiifi(a,Aa...

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 March 1890

VOL. I. TOPEKA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 1890. NO. 28, CONTlt III UTO KB DIU'AItTM ENT. CO-OPERATION. Ity A. A. Avery, Toeka, Kaunas. Co-operation ban always been the favor Ito them of tho world's wisest and moHt philanthropic minds. Graduates of the Manchester hcIiooI of political economists the defenders of tho competitive system, actuated by such maxima an "Grab all, keep all," ulAimn fnire" and "tho Devil tako tho hindmost," boast that their ya tom la to be credited with tho splendid Individualities cropping out here and there to which they jwlnt with pride aa self made men, foolishly supposing such men ua tho Astorn, Vanderbllts and (loulda to be ornainentH to civilization, and kuowlng that In order to ralHO hih U men to such a giddy height of wealth, thousands If not jnlllioua must bo plunged Into tho lowest depths of poverty, vice, crime and even death; yet they assert theao favored few to be worth all that terrible coat to society. Not choosing to agree that such a state s...

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 March 1890

THE ADVOOATU A Friendly Correction. Mr. Geo. C. Ward, In tho Feb. 15th issue of Tub Advocate, takes exception to tho cumulative tax an a preventative of mo nopolies, Objecting that It vvouM bo inop erative except in the cane of land morioj cly whoro he admit' It would work admirably, With your permission I will occupy a small Bpaco In answering thin objection. Tho purpose of the tax I to prevent tho combinations from squeezing out of busi ness those who refuse to Join tho combi nation. How will It do this? By creat ing tho necessity to sell combination good at a higher price than non-comblnatlon fcooda need to bo sold at. But will that servo to protect tho non-combination con cern from destruction? I will answer thla by going to tho tariff. Tho object of tin ta-Ut was to protect tho American matin factor! ch from destruction by foreign manufacturer, a destruction that would usually bavo boon accomplished by Hood ing tho markets where a new establish ment should start up with extraor...

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 March 1890

they cannot control It la their Intercut they will begin tho work of disintegration, i( indeed they are not already at It. All old political hack H ami wire pullers and professional polif.ieaua know that when ever the people unite, their occupation In gone. Tho principles th:t tho alliance have declared for aro bo nidlcaly different from what either of tho old parties have over favored that It would bo unreasonable to expect them to endonnvthem. put In to practical operation In tho administra tion of tho government, they would work a radical change In affairs that they can not afford to tolerato If they can help themselves. It will require the utmost care, caution and vigilance to succeed. There Is no hope or chance of either of the old parties succeeding unless they can keep tho people divided and lighting ono another; then they can get In their work. I do hope tho people will present an unbroken front to tho enemy, not swerving an Inch to tho right or left; and If wo do, victory I...

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 March 1890

"""my particular financial benefit .(..a tho organization. Very true .yritlath! new and undevdopoi! Cl,-y we eta hope for little more than ...? dUneliti, Lut by unity of action am. . r, ,;t.!enc w shall learn and under vf bow wo may expect to realize tho n !al benefits wo hope for In the fa 1 . '.i . , 'Wo know of no tlmo since lumsaa bun V. a a ntuto that she has been more pros ' :rsj us In general agricultural production i a the year Just passed of 1880. ller ' r tuvlng machinery Boemstobo com '.','.o, and by its assistance tho farmer ban rx enabled to successfully cultivate , p.y noro broad acre of bin rich prairie viUi tho past with her unimproved u,v, h'.nery. Buccohs has crowned their f , ;ortn, bo that tho whole country groans h ' i fith Its burden, so much ho that with :.t grand railroad system, a sulliclent , . ,'w.. i.i i-u nutifit w furnished for mainsportatlon of their grain, fruit and us'.u Increase of productions necessarl Irr,f la an Increase In expenses and wo merit ...

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 March 1890

E ADVOCATE. ulilihed Every Thursday by tho 4 OCATE PUBLISHING CO. it.l.i!, - President and IMltor. Vmkiu itNKit, Vice 1'res. ami IUim. Man'g. !(own, . Secretary and Treasurer. PEKA, KANSAS. r riicrotl an mwoikI clasrt matter in the l'twt i ut Tnxiku, KunMiiH.) r tkilmh oi' HUtssatirnoN Copy Ono Year H 0 o co; in one. year .Jio.00 if T verity copies or over, 9M each. Advertihlnjc Katon. Lay Matt.iT, lOcents per line, Agnto nieas- iii in line io him nu n ; l.iu' Nn!li:-. ''OCentS HIT lino. Iiwi all communications In tin AUVUCAIE PUUUSHINB CO. fopoka Kansas. BANTA Vli llOUTH. P K K A TIME TAliLE. pod on unJ after September 2!), 1889. ' AVKST HOUND. l : t . I Arrito I Lruro r . 'I'wim - TorturA J Tor 11.50 i m lLGOpm 'I'l'iinneo KxnrcHH. I. '.-.. City fc Texas K f rrinn. lo A, Hun Diego l.xnreHM, cr.V, Utah Exprcus n bxprehH, 12.05 n. I.:t5 pm 7.:w i in EAST-IIOUND. KK A 12.06 a ui 12.05 am 12..i0pm 2.00 pm V ' f - Vk LKI.-TOfiS.,.. w hHj'irMHU IV'itv liprew. . 4.50 A 111 2.oo p m 3.00 ...

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 March 1890

Nicw MttttiocK, Kun., Fob. 25, 1M0. To ho PuliUnhinl It) tho weekly aovocath. VOK,k ritOM DAMS KAIt.Mltltn' AND LAJIOH JCItH UNION NO, Ml. Our Alliance wan organized on the night of November W ISH'J. Wo that night Initiated 11 members. Our lodge has teen growing ono by one ami now wo h.lvoM members that rcHpondto roll call. Wo meet every Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. There havo not been but two aftornooim but what wo Initiated from 1 to B. lly tho lnt of May there will not bo adoen farmers left In tho township of l):tlo and VInlta but what will belong to our grand and nobhi organization, tho Furmeru' Alllanco and Industrial Union, whidh in tiio grandest aild noblest organ ization on record to day. Our foothold grows rnoro firm every day and If It con tinues on tho same course It ban been for tho lawt six to eight months, wo will havo tho monopolies and trusts In our grasp and when wo do get them In our grasp wo want to grasp them hard enough to kill them forever. Yours fraternall...

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 March 1890

DVUTIlIAIi UNION. i OnriCIALi DIItlGCTOItY. National lTarmor'n Alliamor and Industrial Union. rrchl.lcrit-U I Polk Washlntfan, I). 0. VlceTres. It, II. Ci.ovkii Caiuhrldze, Kan. Secretary--J. II. TiTu.s Kit, Washington, D. 0. Treasursr H.W. Hickman, ri:xlco,Mo. Lecturcr-llKM. Tkuhkll, Washington D. C. KXICCCTtVa COUNCIL Thruo years-H. A. Patty1, Macon. Mtss. Two yms-IflAAoMcCttACKKjr, Ark. Onoyear-KvAN Jones, Dublin, Texas. KXIXUTIVB COMMITI'ICII C. W. McCu n K. Washington D. a Alonzo Waudaix, Huron, South Dakota. J.F.Tillman, Palmetto, Tcun. KANSAS STATU OFFICERS rrfHlilciit-1). II. Clovkii Cambridge Kana. Vice-Pres. W. It. imrLB, Augusta, nans, fccretary J. II. Fiikncii, Hutchinson Kans. Treasurer II. IlAUOuHAir, Burrton Kans. Chaplaln-J. I. Wkht, Tattortcn Kans. Leeturer-A. K. DicmNHOjr, Morldoo Kans. Assistant LccLVahU. Pn ATnK.lt, Neutral Its. aoorkeeper J. K. Willi a mi, Bontley Kana. Ass't Dootikee por A. W. Tatlob, Nowton Ks. Uerg't-at-Arms L, K. Uatt, Doiter Kan. Uuslncss A...

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 March 1890

,, - :r. ' 'i.U'l to'rdicu tin lg ' i. ;, Jut: I ...ul.Jr.lJ..i(t. , . It. -v iui Tint vi jUinn'nwl (H-lah thi ul 1! to t!m Union Labor party ftiul It' oruiin- f.' tuiil t.liat' w tt.lvl.iO our :itvlhIitl.t:H, h,ivj.L-r.Auf lrH rr -w, In the pniltl. iil cent-t .. tUIf vt-if i;, t.H;('(i':t'iii(f.( tlf- lr cif.ti U upon tlio re.frju!i H'vM'iii(;-l In our fhiltdt hint relat ing t fUKtlKM', lr;il)MH)IT;if inil, limit, ui nnry.:T- nlU Of truHlM, ami the cleetlou o( Unit.'.! Mates nohMi'i I) popular vote. All tho evils which i'i)w, n'f)!!l iiiul tlm URTlculliiml and In- )W.rlid r.liW have ilh-W mtyin mtA rnae.ly hi oiiH or lb? ol'l..;r ot tlK. uV'1"" -4'1 '""X fl" t,'h.'.u),('oiilltloii cxImI there Li'iih.iirM-'K lnr tin? cxlnt.oii:eof the Union Labor party. JUsolvk.o, That the principle of tho Union Labor piidy l)cinn;ul)HUntliillylnlmrinoriy with the dVui.in.ls ami purposes adwatnl by the Fanners' Alliance and I11d.11M.1iul Union, the Knights of Ubor.tho Farmers' Mutual HrnefU AMnoHntl...

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