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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 March 1890

THE JVrVOOufVTI3. 0 i l KnlgMs of Labor Department. l'LATFOKSI OF PUINCirM:3. PREAMBLE. The alarming development and njrgrfs v llveucsa of tho power of groat capituliuiA and contorations under the present indus . trial system will inevitably load to the pau- fiorization and hopeless degradation of tho oiling masses. It in imperative, if wo desire to enjoy tho full blessings of life, that unjust accumulation aud this power for evil of ag gregated wealth shall bo prevented. This much desired object can on accomplished only by the united offortu of those who obey tho divine injunction: "In the sweat of thy facoahalt thou oat broad." Therefore wo havo formed tho Ordor of the Knights of Labor for the purposo of organizing, educat ing and directing tho power of tho Industrial maHHon. It is not a political party, It Is more for in it are crystallizod sentiments nnd measures for tho benefit of the wholo people; but it should bo borne in mind, when exorcising the right of Hulfrago, that most...

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 March 1890

10 THE QUD-TREASUKY PLAN. ktdxnMon of the Farmers' Alliance and Indurlal Union. Itltl'OUT Off Will 0MM11TM OH TUB MONtf TAUt BVHTK.M. Tho financial policy of the general Gov ernment seem to-day to be peculiarly adaf.tiul to further tho interest of thepeeu lating class, fit tho cxpenso and to tho mani fest dot.rim nt of the productive class, und while thore are many form of relief offered, there has up to the present time Won no true remedy presented which ha Bocured a support universal enough to ren der it.H adoption probable. Neither of tho political pnrtic offer ft remedy adequate to our necessities, and tho two pnrlie that havo been iu power since the war have pur sued practically tho mime financial policy. The situation in thin: The" most desirable n id necessary reform in one that will adjust the flmsndal Byiitem of tho general Govern ment so that it provision cannot be utilized by ft class, which thereby become privileged and in In consequonco contrary to tho nonius of our Gov...

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 March 1890

ii (FIRST DOOK NOItTHOF 1M1JC0CK& WtATT'S.) KANSAS AVENUE, NORTH TOPEKA.- 1 A eoiuplolo lino of TootwHir consisting of HsJ'Hlffies niflreiisfc -ALSO A FULL LINli OF- EMS LIGHT MID tlEAVV BOOTS. lEII'S, 7GI3E1TS MID HISSES' ARTICS. ALL KINDS OF FELT GOODS. Tliese Goods are all 3STow. Call and Sec the . Goods and Examine our Men's One Dollar Droiran Shoes! . ' '' -Boots matlo find roprtirod by tho of workmen. Wo nro:nolo ngontsfor tho celebrated ltockford mon'u ulibe'ri; ' aho Ladies' "R P. Rood Fino Shoos, HochoHtor, Now York. -!- REMEMBER THE PLACE. 4 G. W. PETRO. Siasli ft liplies, Combines and Trusts. To do this effectually you must II X' IVj"" " ''ii'Vii if,V HOIM Up lilt) HdllUS Ul UMI portion of the press that works with you. The Press weilds a tremend- : ous power, for example THE FARM FIELD AND Si reaches over 100,000 readers each week, wlio are informed by it to work auainst thoso rob bers of the People. THE FA KM FIELD AND STOCKMAN is known everywhere as the most influe...

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 March 1890

12 C.IMI-'OUMA JVXOUKMSONH. Aro yon g'.Infj to California? If ho, read thfl following, uinl find out how to ,1 :! It will cnt,t you, ami what yon can rr.ft for your money: Tlio Hnta Kic Hourr. rutin weekly excursions (every Friday) from Kansas City and points went to Him Francisco, Los Angeles, Him Dio po and other Pacific count points, Tho ticket rates aro the regular second class rates $:15 from the Missouri river to principal California points. I'lilman Tour Jut bleepIng-Cars aro furnished. These cars run through, without (limine, from Kansau City to destination. The charge for berths is remarkably low, being Tor a double berth from Kansas i;ity to California. Tlie Pullman Company fur- iiinh mattresses, bedding, curtains and nil tile opln? car accessories, including the florvleea of a porter, with each car. The parties aro personally conducted by ex perlenced excursion managers, who i?ivo every attention to passengers, Insuring their comfort and convenience. J-or more complete In...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 March 1890

it n "7" I j- ni. wmhmimiiii .ri,.i u.. , .. nf-MHi Miu I mil i i - f ' V, 1 VOL. I. TOREK A, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH V, 1800. NO. 29. CONTRIBUTORS DEPARTMENT. Editor Advocate: My attention has been called to tin article In tho "Topeka Capital" Hinting that six mortgages, havo been foreclosed, somewhere In tho btato, and thereupon the editor proceeds to mako a plea, In behalf of tho mortgaged farmer, and praying the. mortgage, companion to bo lenient. Ho also makoH tho statement that tho present crop of corn, has boon produced ,at a cost of about 10 cents per bushel, and that at tho low prlco at which corn Is : selling, millions abovo cost of production, will bo realized, and If said mortgage companies will still further wait until tho farmers feed tho corn to stock, that fabu lous sums will bo realized. It is such statement as those that make us weary. It Is (If meant In earnest) a direct insult to tho Intelligence of every loan agent and farmor In tho state. Six mortgage foreclosu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 March 1890

DVOOATE. j that tho amount of such notes i i.i!l lj rxilaUA on a per captia IwU un Hi u population of tho country Increases, t!i:itt!;e volume Hhall be Increased sufll ctntly to meet tho demands of tho busi ness Interests of tho country, and that they bo mado a full legal tender for nil doMa both public and private. 2. Wo demand tho freo and unlimited colnago of Bllvcr or tho issue of allvtr certificates against an unlimited deposit of bullion, which certificates uhall bb a legal tender for all debts both public and private. 3. Wo demand that Congress shall pans finch laws aa shall effectually prevent tho dealing In futures In all agricultural and mechanical productions, preflcrvlng such a stringent Byatem of procecduro In trials aa shall Bocuro prompt conviction, and Inputting such penalties as shall Bccuro tioi moot pcrfoct compliance with tho law. 4. We demand tho passage of Iawb pro hibiting alien ownership of land, and that Congress take early stepB to devise Borne ilia to obta...

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 March 1890

'XTin ADVOOATB. AN Offll LETTER, An Ordar Isiuod From the War Depart riant of tho United $tn Creates Anxiety Among Nationalists. THE IRREPRESSTOLE CONFLICT. War Department Adjutant General's (Mice, Washington, February, 20. ) To tlitu Adjutant (it-nera! or tlw Ktaf of Ohio. Sir: For some time past thld depart ment, under" ordor and sanction of the Secretary of War, has been occupied In tho collection of military Information of a general character relating not only to our own country, but to foreign armies, fortification and etc., of foreign powers, and a division styled, "tho division of military information" ban boon created in this ofllco where bucU Information Is com piled and Hied for futuro reference. In the course of our examination it baa become evident that much valuable data relative to tho National guards of tho several states and territorlea can bo fur nlshod by the Adjutant general thereof, and in this view I have the honor to re quest that you will at the earlient pradi...

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 March 1890

TX-II3 ADVOOAT31 i i:iion I have found to be, (using their v xxx figures) about throe or four cents per i ita. Now furmcra and laborers of ilin uio ore we going to surrender one of our lUht efforts for relief or ehall we carry Hon to victory and ehow our advisors that our forefather framed our constitution for our benefit &s well aa for tho benefit c T capital. I can answer tot myself and tho farmer a and laborers to whom I have talked; wo are as a unit in tho belief that the laW would bo perfectly J uut under ex iting circumntancea and wo aro deter mined, to work for it. On the other hand all tho bun'iera, money loanora, and eorno '"Uio politician aro very much opposed Ii;ura friendly to our cause please ccj'y. Bed Rock. Miicollanecui Thoughts. CONCERTED ACTION. When wo contemplate the growth of our order in this state, in the last three yours, wo can but be astonished and wonder that we aro aa thoroughly organ ized aa wo are; but those who think of the matter, cannot fall to k...

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 March 1890

oritor who pralsod and hudcd somo good old republican or democratic lawyer to tho ekloa, as the only man who knew our ex act position and needs, and If wo would only favor thorn with our vote wo would see tho very Lent of times. Now brother McLallln tho mou you voters must favor, are thoHo men who are for our caniso first, last and all tho time, tho men right from among us, not tho ono man In tho dls trlct who has the most money, and pities you with hln mouth, but a man that knows "how it In himself," and in going to voto for his Interest an our bankers, lawyers and railroad magnates do to day for theirs. Men who will abolish tho National bank, and loan money to tho people at a reasonable rato of Intercut; men who will mako it ho unpleasant for truatB ami combines that they will bo compelled to do their business as sepa rate and competitive Institutions; men who will , rcmonctlzo bllver, and put a reasonable amount of money into circu lation and reduce tho tariff. Ah I have no voto ...

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

; ADVOCATE. a .11' 1 Kvcry niumUy by th ' UIE PUBLISHING CO. .uw, - President and Kdltor. ir.''.Min Vice Pri-n. and Hun. M.'tn'jc. hn, . Hrcrotary and Treasurer. k, - KANSAS. , - I ni r.oioTi(l damn matter in the Pout 'i'r;;' li ft, KunwiH.) Ti::?" j orr bulsckiption r O.i i War II. t-vUn on year .tiO.oo t Twenty copies or over, I.ho each. Advcrttalna ItaU'H. ' ' y M i'. tor, 10 cents per lino, Av.nU) incus . I ; ! 1 ll ; 1- to the Inch) ji,Uees, 20 cnt.ii per linn. rin nil communications to the AUV'JCAIE PUULISHIixa CO. Topek Kinm. HANTA I'1!'! KOUTtf. 'jPKKA TIME TABLE. :"..T'.v5t on ami after September 2t, 18IJ9. WK3T HOUND. TKAXNS. I'n.uciico JixoreHH. 1 , " a City A Texas J.'xprouu, i:-o A t'an Diego JCjtrenu, , vrlUt'ih Ex pram llxpnmn, Arrive TOI'ClfA ll.Wpra 12.05n. I.:i5 p ui 7.W p m Loftve TO I' CX A 12.05 am 12.30 pm 2.00 pm EAST-BOUND. .,-Mc t'xorcHS York LprctiH.... .1 vj ICsprt'HS. . . ., . iCity Exprons.. 4.50 a m 2.00 p m 3.00 pm 5.05 a m 2.20 pm a.UOpm 7.0f)am .vfnt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 March 1890

TS-EZ) .ADVOCATE things it is not faulty of and this ii of thorn, f We might namo several mor, but refrain from .doing; so, at present Wo shall remain right horo, however for scmo time, and wo may refer to Borao others hereafter. A Slight Mistake. Tho Jcjfe r don inn says in speaking of the mooting1 at Emporia that it passed a resolution "to form no third party but to try to, influence tho plutocratic republican party to leave them a few crusts and rugs out of thoir abundant oamingu." Whore did our coteraporary obtain this informa tion! Being present at that mooting wo know that no 6uch resolution was panned or even introduced. Tho mooting wan a socrot one and its pro ceedings had none of thorn boon given to tho public at tho timo tho above otatomcnt was published. If tho Jefftrsonian would wait for the pub lication of tho facta, or seek informa tion from reliablo sources instead f taking it from tho surmises of tho re publican pross in which tho wish is fathortotho thought it would...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 March 1890

: - ' v..: tpxid advooat: ) ir.ubjoct of resubmij'on moation d for th. first time ia tha dwcucflion c quor:,lion:i of interofit to tha Ordor. Not'vithttanding, ono of tho cbif windmill at this mooting (Hon. J. W. Ntecn, of Kingman), ia tho otnlor arico of his jolificatioa in tho hope of a restoration of tho oaloon, ospreoaod confidence that tho wool might to rmcooiwfully pulhvl over the farmers' oyon, thoro in no ono f,vct moro clearly apparent, than that thoy havo no Hymputhy with thoso political With crskiton, and will most wcrupulonsly avoid their companionship. A REQUEST. Rub-Alliances and County Alliances in nil parts of tho Stato aro ratifying tho demand agrood upon by the Su premo Council at St. Louis, on Dec. Cth. Thin is boing done an a rulo without modification or change, ox copt by tho addition of othor demands s in regard to wtato or local affairs. This is procisoly tho thing to do. Thoso men who assembled at that groat mooting wero representative men of tho Order. They ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 March 1890

Stlvia, Kansas, March 10, 18C0. Editor Advocate? We beg lcavo to add a fow remarks to what Jessie HcbdcI tine said la No. 28, Voluino one of The Advocate. We, tho members of Johu Burgont Alliance have talked tho matter over and think time U at hand that we Hhouhl begin to know aomethlng about what we are to do In regard to congress men, legislative and county ofllcers. Wo have determined hero to support no one for an olllco who la not eligible to membcruhlp In our order, or at hint who will not come forward, endorse and pledge hlniHelf to our principles If it would not bo aaklng too much from thcBO chronic promlwlng party hacks. If It proves that wo can not put forward our own men, then why not make a demand of alio glance to our cause from the political candidates. Why not demand that they make known to The Advocatic that they will adopt our platform and what ever may be added to it. And thoso who do adopt, that their names bo kept before the public In The Advocatic that wo may kno...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 March 1890

lo VMOIKUA' AM.IANC13 AND K? UUUTUMTj UNION. OFXTIOXAli DIKICCTOUV. National irWriir'ai AUJunor and Industrial Union. PrenlJent-L. L Folic Washlngten, D. 0. Vtco-rrt .-, IX. Cloves Cambrian, Kan. itacretary-J. II. TuitKff.il, Washington, t. 0. TrennuurH.W. Hickmajt, lV.xlflO.Mo. Lecturer Dkk. Te uaiaL, Washington D. C. JtXICCUTIV COXJNCII. ' Three years-It. A. Patty, Macon. Mini Two yenrsISAAOMcCuACKBy, - Irk. Onoyour-ICvAlf JONitfl, Dublin, Texas. KXICCUTlVfl COMMITTJCH C. W. McCun b. Washington D. 0. Alonzo Wauoall, Huron, Bouth Dakota, J.F.Tillmah, ralmctto, Tenn, KANSAS STATE 0FFI0SR3 rrenldent-B. II. Clovkk CambrldiS Kana. Vlco-Pros.-W. II. BiiDf,, Auguata, Kana. 8ecrctary-J.B.FuffiNC, Hutchinson Kana. Treaaurer-H. BAuanMAjr, Uurrton Kadi. Chaplaln-J. P. Widt, PaUniKn KAna. ixcturcr-A. E. DiCKiJfsOJr, Mr rMn Kana. assistant Lcct-VAK B. raATiiK, Ntnitral Ka. oorkoeper-J. It. Williams, IJcotlry Kana, A. -w't Dookceper A. W, Tatloii, Nwton Ka. Kcrn'Ut-Arm- L. K. II ATT, Dexter Kan...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 March 1890

J .aajj f iTKll A DILL. To Eitablish System of Sub-Treasuries, and for Other Purposes. H. H. 7HV-M iitroJao.nl by Hon. John A. l'icklor, of South Pakotu, embodies tho de mand of the Farmers' Alliance and IiuIuh trinl Union. It wait referred to the commit tee on wiiyH and mcu.nn, and in mi follows: Section 1. Mm it enacted by tho Semite and Houho of Representatives of the United States in Congrenn atwembled, that there may be Otttablmhod in each of the countioa of each of the States of this United StafceH, a branch of the Treasury Department of the United Stafcon, to be known and dominated im a Hub-treanury, an hereinafter provided, when one hundred or more citizens of any county in any State shall petition the Secre tary of the TreaHury roquenting the location of a sub-treaoury in such county, and Bhall, I. PreHont written evidence duly authen tlcatod by oath or afilrmation of county clerk and Bhoriff, Bhowing that the average grows amount per annum of cotton, wheat, oats, corn and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 March 1890

12 -J. JL.J.--" r;r:u monky ion fakmhusi ll.lo Kor'-on, la emit basement of Knox X; i ."...'in, Topiliu, Imii rnmlo arrangements i.. make farm Jcmnil anywhere iu tho Mink lull of Kjihm, nk hut nilf than any other men dying buHine.nn in th Stfito. Wo mike 1 ir'oloiuiH a specialty, at low rurf es and small wii)iniBi.ionH. Intermt 0, 0,' and 7 pur oout., according to nize of lom. MI IX) NORTON, Topeka, Kansas Lar.truiiK in hardly strong enough to e twh my ndminitioi of the merits of Chum f.eikin's Cough Remedy. Ik to tho bent remedy for croup and whooping cough I Ji ivo evf-r used. lJuring the pant eighteen yeiu I lava tried nearly all the prominent cw'.x medicines on the market, hut say, mtdwitti pleasure too, that Chamberlain h Cmifcli Remedy is the bef t of ull. Thomas ooks, JUkerrtlleld, Culifomiii. For sale by VV. C. Hponcer. "TlST'S ALL SIMit ALIJANf K AND T.A1IOB BONOS WANTED. Ik'HiirH. If. A L. Vincent, publisher of the AMKU1CA5 NoNCONrOllMlHT, nt Winfiold, Rahhiis. (ire compil...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 March 1890

VOL. I. TOPEKA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1800. NO. 30. CONTRIBUTORS DEPARTMENT. CO-OPERATION. NO. III. The assertion was made In our last ar ticle that the method hero proposed Is oppoHcd to and totally different from any scheme of co-operation that haa ever been tried. We wish to make this statement more thoroughly understood. Comparing it with tho Houchdale system we find Its main difference duo to tho fact that, con trary to tho structure of that system, thla provldoB for the organization and main tenance of a perfect and harmonious scheme of production, distribution, and exchange of values. In our case tho co operative store is regarded as a mere ful crum upon which to reHt our lover; a means not an end. On tho contrary, the Roachdalo syHtem cannot progrctis be yond mere mercantile transactions. A very largo business may indeed bo built up, but mankind cannot bo enriched by trading. Where that scheme has boon moot BuccoHHf ul it has proved a great economizer; but economy is a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 March 1890

TKE ADVOOATIl lfn orators, millrt, plow work, tile I . f. t it a, bugar works and every other i ,f industry that may be calculated ?,WMupth town, and nujte a home )? : t': i fur the produce of the farm. Al t'. .k'ijU Iho pathway of mare diotributivo 00 deration, and more espoclnlly those 1 :-iua by farmers' aocletififl, aro strewn v.'iih fcilcrca by renncn of placing lnCl ci ,::t ma la their management, wo shall fi nothing of the riulc of potnibly nevor Luvirj any dividend to pay. However, vnj i:r the plan here discussed, farmer tn ty proceed fooling th ground abaolute 1 bum under their foct. Instead of the twa listing simply to maka all the pro fit rxuiijblo otf the farmer, the farmer would moke an immense profit off the tO'.VU. Iit ua make n brief calculation. Take 6 towu of 1,600 inhabitants, and say there m 500 firmeiB trading there. Ten per jr.,?X relate on their purchases will run from $3,000 to 10,000 per year. If you i ' too much opposed to intorost to lend tlr.) money on bo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 March 1890

TC-na advooat: ponnion, they will full In lino and work for tho emancipation of tho toiling in awon. A movement ia on foot to start an alli ance etoro at Altoona, Kan. ' We endorse tho platform of principles udoptfnl at tho Saint Louia convention. AIik) tho stand tho Advocate taken in Iwhalf of tho down-trodden lnWing clauses, We think every allianco man should take the Advocate. Fraternally yours, M. L. Carter, Secretary. Hi ley, Kansas, March 13, 1800. The Magic Farmers' Alliance was or ganized December It, 1889, with 23 members. Since then It has grown to 88 members, nearly every farmer Joining. The members are determined to do something. We have not taken any stock In the Allianco Exchango from the fact wo have have not received our Charter yet, some of the members are feeling un easy about It, wo cannot get a seal with out knowing our number. The ofilccrs are C. L. Grlflln, president; D. 8. Walters, vice president; M.M. Cams, secretary; If. II. Washburn, treasurer; K. 3. Locke,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 March 1890

TX-ITJ ADVOCAT3. i ".'v.:ii tho imtion'B gratitude in ft fur t,;n uU degree than tho Ixmd holder. who, for every dollar loan! tho govern :v.cnt hiB received" three, and we there fore dez-laro that every Union soldier is untitled to ft liberal nervico pension, and tli.'it tho nation in in duty bound to grant th ) ftamo. Vmcn Sciiolku, Hoeretary To tho Editor of Tiik Advocatk. Bir and Brother: Tho farmorH, I among thorn, havo trusted not winoly, but too will! and too long, and lind too Into, th.it thoy havo boon too long betrayed, and in thoir frantic donpnir uro ready to catch at any fctraw held out to them Now ujon Undine a man hung ami in tho last throes of hit) struggles for life, what ia tho first thing to do? Would you tako your watch in ono hand and his pulse in tho other, and disoUHH his caso whilo tho remaining embers of tho vital npnrltllod? or would you attempt to re lievo him by applying restoratives to hid mouth, whilo that fatal obiitruction to him breathing tncirch'd bi...

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