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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

A COUNTY ALLIANCE. Farmer of Neoiho County to the Wheel. , Editor Alliance Advocate: -The county meeting of tho R and L. alliance convened at the Danville school-house, Saturday, April 5th. Tho house wan crowded to It utmost capacity with dole gates anil visiting mombvrs. .Many ladles lout a charm to tho meeting by their presence. Considerable in te rent in tho current topics of tho day, especially such as have a bearing on tho far men' and Idwrers Interest, wan manifoHted. With tho present outlook of strength and tho dissatisfied condition of tho "farmer Igno ramuses," they will knock tho high or uimmon politically ere long. Tho story of our thralldom la patent to all and naught on thia nlde of tho ballot box will give ua tho nocdod relief. Stand together furmera; hoist tho banner sky-wurd, on which Ih tho inscription, "sink or Bwim, live or die, survivo or jMnHh," wo must havo justice, as tho ha rent of our efforts. Below I submit a number of resolutions that wero unanimously adop...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

THE ADVOCATE. Orricnt, PArra of thh Kanas Static PAIlMKIdt'AlXIAIVCKASfDlNOUMTItlALUKION. ruJilliilktul Every Wednesday ly the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. fi. McLamjn, President, ) Hole J. V. LiMKMiiiiNK.it, Hurt. Manager, ,,.,,.,., W. T. Ukown, H.'c'y Treasurer, ) 1 rol)r1' u,r" ft. Mt'LA t.l.lM I m MltH. ANNIK I 1)10014 TOPEKA, - KAN3AS. (Entered a socond class matter in the Pout Ofllco at Topeka, Kuiwns.) TKIIMH 01' HUHHCItUTIOtf One Copy Otto Year tl.00 Twelve copies one your , $10.00 Clubs of Twenty copies or over 9 . each. Atlvertlnintf ItatrH. Display Matter, 10 cents per line, Agate meas urement (I t lines to tlio liu li) Heading Notices, an cents per line. Address nil eommuiili'iitlotii to th AOVOCAfE PUBLISHING CO. Toptks Ksntai. IMPORTANT. Wo havo concluded a contract with W. S. Morgan, author of "Tho Wheel and Alliance and tho Imponding Inv olution," for a series of articles "to treat of tho economic quoHtions of tho day as they rolato to tho interests of tho farmer and labo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

They ro loo Prosperous The following from Commissioner Betton's rcjort of tho bureau of lulxr given us nt least a surface viow of tho not nt all cheerful condition of somo of tho working women in Kansas cities. Of tho struggles, tho diseour agments and tho eventual hardening of nomo of thche women for whom life in a daily battle for bread we may on . ly guess. It i quite Apparent that there is n dettire .for home life upon the part of the women wiitfe-carners, mid tliat thisdeniro is gratified to ii tfrciit decree. Those homes are of tti inert maintained under ureat dillloultion. One trirl reports that ttho in of a family of II children; and another, that sho in of one of 9 children. Several report that they "could not net aloiitf were it not for tho assistance from home." One says: "I buy my own clothes, and help my parents all I can." ThoHO who cannot find a home with ono or both parents, seek homes with relid.iven, ho that 12.24 per cent. 11 nd homes in this way. Two ifirlrt, wIi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

ADVOOATOl r. cbt.su movement, but rather u grout reform movement, whom) beneficent Toctu will extend to all Useful and honorable em ploy monta in tho whole nation. But what then of tho Exchange? Just this; tho legitimate work of tho Exchange will cover only uch largo dealings as may and whouM bo carried on directly with manufacturers chiof y of farm implements, and also in tho handling of farm products. Such method in at onco tho scientific and sys tematic business method of tho fnturo. It may bo that in a fow individual cases losses will romilt to local dealers, it is ono of tho unhappy but inevitable reuults of ovory stop forward in hu man progress that some persons miiHt Buffer from tho readjustment. Should thoro occur now and then anoccasiou nl failure, it should bo remembered that tho Exchange would bo responsi ble,! for an insignificant number as compared with tho hundred:! which occur every week under tho present ovil systema system which Exchange .mothods will aid in correct...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

TXIXi i .) The Answer of the Hulchlnson Naws. The Hutchinson AYtrs attempts to answer our question What Kiih Son ntor InallM dono for tlio people ct Kansas! Tho very iirnt statement made by tho AViv, ihouli not at all relevant to tho question, in an absolute falshood told for effect It in that tho "management of Tint Advocate is of Union Lulwr pf rsunsion, nnd con sequently not very heartily in sympa thy with any of tho loaders of tho Republican party." Tho editor of The Advocate ban !oon a republican all his life, and has never votod any other tickot up to thin date. Wo ore not oprwsed to re publican leaders who have ohown any disposition to do anything for tho in terests of their constituents. Wo do not regard Mr. Ingalls as ono of that clan of leaderH. Wo cannot do bettor than givo tho answer of tho News en tire. Ho him, from th licjrlnnlnK of hi puMIc career, supported all tlio incunurrH which aro now being demanded for tlio relief of tho labor and biiMliifM of the country. Ho w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

CORRESPONDENCE. April Cth, 181X). - Editor Advocate, Dear Bir: At tho regular meeting of BloomHeld ollianeo No. 100, March 22, Viif.ro was a resolution passed by un animous note endorsing the platform and .declaration of principles adopted at the fJL Louis meeting, December 3. Fraternally Youth, Frank Bhutan, Secretary. Granada, Kansas, April 10, 1B'.)0. IEditor Advocaxk: Whereas, Tlios. Coleman, a member of tho Granada Alliance, No. 708, has given away tho secret signs nnd works of tho order; thoroforo it is moved and carried by this Alliance that ho bo ex- be published in tho Advocatk and (faffs News, warning all brethren not to frater nize with him. 8. IUJlTKEY, PrcHhlent. W. W. Stanley, Secretary. Lone Tree Alliance, No. 1 100. Resolced, That we, tho members of Lone Tree Alliance, No. 1100, rofuso to purchaso any but tho Hapgood fanning Implements for tho ensuing year, they being tho only company Helling to tho al liance. Resolved, That we refuse to purchase Hour mado by tho Lea...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

Tho following aro tho resolutions ac companying tho article on tho irrigation scheme. Kditoii. rii-ttsant Hill Alliance, Dudley Twp., llurikcU county, at tho mooting of the Alliancr, March 17th tho following res olutions wore adopted and ordered to bo printed in the Santt Fe, Monitor andTmc Advoi vtk, iiixl bo soot to nil tho alli ances In the county. H. Stoxk, President. M. RAndkiihox, Secretary. tHohrl, That tho grout dopopula tion of tho county of Hauled In tho laut two years Is almoht totally duo to the want of water for domestic, stock ami ir rigating necessities, ami further, iWivf, That related experiments in th'm country have proved beyond quos tion that water cannot bo found at a lens depth than 200 feet over tho entiro coun ty, but nt 2(X) to 210 foet It In found every where in unlimited mipply, but tho dif Acuity jmd expenses aro bo groat that In dividual residents' nro unablo to Bink wells and apply power to get it, consc .l.ii.nt.lv farmers bavo to Bpond from two to tbr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

' ' r;j if, ,:;hnc and Industrial Union of i ' A!ch!tCii County. 1 t regular session of the Atchison , 1 fil'.Un-'o, n:)til 0, 1890, the iiovoo ' ct iUo Bt.Louia convention wero '.-d, arid the following additional i . .a.'.on j adopted. Kditoh. i'i. Anil bo it further resolved that i ) f.iyor commercial treaties which will J.-.,c.rimInato in favor of thou nations 4t'l. will wxept silver as h'jjal tender vi: Wflll as gold, and against those w.lu u have demonetize! silver. S':h. t That wo advocate free augar (math bounty to homo producers equal to pttBPnt tariff duties) freolumberand free JCJJit That wo demand such legish ihn s will mippresa all truats, poolo, or i uuihinoa which interfere with tho untur si LiwB of trade namely supply nnd de ;j:a:id. 11th. Resolved, That wo recommend f.3At ccjpjfreBS make appropriations suttl cf.'ir,tto construct deep wator harbors on fiotiulfof Mexico for the purpose of cftr.injj more direct communication nnd trade with Central and South America. 12t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

13 lAUMKKS' ALLIANCIS AND El DUSTKIAL UNION. OP'FICIAIj Dili ICCTO 1 1 Y. National Furmor'a Alllatnor and Industrial Union. l'roldcnt-L. L. VoiX Wvhlnirton, D. C. Vloe-rres. B, II. Cloveii Cambridge, Kan. BccrctaryJ. II. Turn Kit, YVkihlnuton, D. C Treasurer II, W. IIicxmait, rnxtco.Mo. Lecturer -llitw. Tikrkll, Waahlnntoia I). C KXECUTIVB COUNCIL Three years-It. A. Patty1, Macon. Miss. Two years-ISAAOMcClUCKt, Ark. Oueycar-EVAK Jonks, Dublin, Texas. EXKCUTIVB COMMITTKt C. W. McCun R. WaiMngton D. a Alonzo Wahdall, Huron, South Dakota. J. F, Tillman, ratmetto, Tenn. KANSAS STATE 0FFICEK3 President-11. II. CixVKB Cambridge Kens. Vlce-rres.-W. II. Biddlb, AujpiJta, nana. Beeretury-J.B. French, Treniurer-IL Davohuav, ChapIalD-J. P. Wut, Lecturer A. B. Pickinboi, Hutchinson Kana, Ilurrton Kant. rUrco Kan. ilerlJon Kan. assistant Loct-VAif D. PxATiuR, Neutral Ka. oorkeeier-J. K. Wiixiams, Bentley Kana. Asa't Dookeper-A. W. Tatlou, Newton Ks. Horg'talrArms- L K. II ATT, Dexter Kaiis. Uual...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

14 KitDMivm Alliance 10xehiin: ( .'. OfUcial Ulreotory. i HOAHO0FMHKCTOHH. J'M:lW:tllf-0. H. I5KNHO.V, JlilVCn, KilllH. YU'fi Vren.-J. K, V. House Clovcrdale, " rUHTcl.iry-H. W. Handuhky Topcka, " Tro wncr-L, I. Kino, Tupeka, " Kiiwix Snvdku,... Oakalooim, " 4 . JtXK.CU'U VK COMMITTRHi. W. IUxo, Chairman, Taimchill, Kans. A. WJIavkk, ToiM'ka, " f.M. IUII.KV Cttllsta, , JUIUCIAUY I'OMMITTKK, A.W.IlAYK.n, Topt'ka, Kaim. J. W. HANMJSKY, " " L. P. Kino " " ni.iUiics Agent - 0. A. TV I.Kit, IK) KiiHt 7th. St. 'Xoprka, Kuiiii. ' Live Hlot'k C'tiiiinitftHlim Awnt, ' Kuwin Hnyikk, Htock Yards, KariniiH City, Kansas, drain Commission Merchant, It. K. HKK1H A Co., Kansas City Missouri, OFFICIAL. All ' petition or memorials to tho United States Congress from Alliances and Unions should bo mailed direct to our National Secretary, J. II. Turner, No. DU Ninth street, Washington, I. C. Thu. in important for tho following rca Konn:, ' 1. That this ofllco may havo a record of all Htioh petitions, th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

Tim Aj&v-oojur 15 HA NT A li: IIOUTK. T 0 I' K K A TIME TABLE la Fifed on an.l aft or September Z lKf',0, wi:ht iioi'M). Arrive TUAINf. San Francisco Kxoreris. Arkansas City A Texas Express, Mexico A Sim Diego Express, Denver AUtan Express Toeka Express, ...... TOI'KKA ii.wpYu 11.50 pm 12.05 n. I.:i5 pm 7..M) p m EAST-BOUND. Atlantic Express Now York Express.... Chicago Express Kansas City Express. . 4.r0 a m 2.00 pm 3.UU p m Leave TOI'KK 4 Ij AxTa m 12.05 am 13.no pm 2.00 p m 5.05 a in 2.20 p m .'.20 p m 7.00 am Bktwkks Toi'kka, Atchison & ht. johew. Sim Francisco Express A. Topeka, 11..T0 p m Col. A Shu Diego Exp. " " 12.0&noon Express Leave Topeka,. . 4.W a m Express " ' I m FARMERS! Let the Coffee Combines Keep Their COFFEE. Every farmer can raise his own Taiii.e Dhink. A good healthy, palatablo table drink. Don't let this golden opportunity pass. Send M) cent Postal note to L. 11. Smith, Latham, Uutlor county, Kansas, for which ho will Hond you East India Cuwo- 1JVT...

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

1(1 TXIIB ADVOOATH Farm' Alliance Insurance Campy 03T ISLAJCJOAO. full Information on Application to Fred Jackson, Scc'y, MoIMktmom, KiUM. H. E. HIGGS & CO.. -mCQVERS SHIPPERS - GBJUi KANSAS CITY, MO. CJnc!TJmenU lolldted. Liberal advance made. TltTi wTTXD MILL X oveh 20.000 in use ' The Company Itavlng dcspvnsc; jwiiit reliable focal agents. th.itf ng aueiil or AilUmct irnL Bend (or Catalogue dlserlptlve of . Powtr Engine, Shalltrs Crlndrs, Pump Plpei, Tanks Etc, AUo Patent IhubU-Ulm TuUHUU Wtuul Jb Ftelps & Blgthri VInd Kill Co,, 1215 West 9th, St. Kansas City, Mo. V; ..iW OTIGL To Secretaries of Alliances lie Reed-Ma Printing Co. Jljuiufacturera of Blank Books and ., ,, Oflico Stotioiiory. "tthm Jol Printing a Specialty. II u, 831 Kjuih Ave, Topclta, Kaim. Correspondence Solioitod. r'TIMATICB lrUItNIrtlUCI). V 1. .JAINTM WIT TMI UOUMWV 0 TM OOONTitWlU ,14 NUOH INfOAkMTION FrtOH ITUUV Of TMI4 MAP OH TNI n h r. fat1-, ' ' 'a i '" .1. 1 1 V ; W.A Tb Iff G ri. ..u'U. uwa uiui...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

I f fell il "VOL. I. NO. 5. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, APML 23, 1800. 10 VAOKK Value of Title to Ingalla' Seat for tho Second Term. Tlu triumph of John J. Ingalls, ou January SMh, 187:, to n Beat lu'the Ben iitc, showed that lio had ubout ninety per cent, of tho vote cant, consequent upon I'omeroy'H collapse. On January 31, 1879, after u four days' struggle he hail about fifty-one per cent, of tho legislative vote, having had four majority In the senate, while In the house of representatives he lucked one vote of a majority. The senators were elected in 1870 and tho representatives in 1878; go it may be noticed that after the most violent ctTorta to obtain an enduring strength In tho popular branch of the legislature, Senator Ingalla obtained, sixty-four out of tho 129 mem bers. The Kansas house of ' represent atives on February Cth., 1879 on n ques tion of privilege, adopted ft resolution offered by 1 Ion. Dexter E. Clapp, by ft voto of sixty -eight to fifty-six. PROVISION Hill IN ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

2 TK County Presidents and the Land Tax. At the recent meeting of county alliance pi'VAuiti in Topoka, a rem )Iut.lon was 1 mi favoring nn amendment to tho rri stitution thut would allow the enactment of ft law imposing a cummulativo tax up on la,ndln such manner as to prohibit tho holding of largo bodies of land by foreign era, railroad coronations and others; also, to exempt homesteads in whole, or in part, from tuition. That action on the part of the county presidents, id in exact accord with the doctrines of thoiie who have been advo-, rating thi cnuHo of cummulatlve taxation, and It given the friends thereof good reason to feel encouraged. Let mo call attention, now, to what would bo some of the effects of a tax In creasing In rate with increase in valueH of landed holdings. The proprietors of largo landed possess ions, would find it an expense, rather than a profit to hold on xt theno him w and would, as a matter of business policy, im nuxllately place them upon tho market to ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

TII23 .AJDVOOiVISX 3 The Sub-Treasury Bill. TIim fl I w 1 UK -irlli In watt written for the ( hi ni( Krjtmm, but (or ttointi reason was (lccUnel y Uiut journal.-Kn. Kansas City, Mo., April 7, lS'JO. Kdltor (Cxprcss, Chicago, Illinois. Diau Hi u : The copies of tho Express came Biifoly to hand. Thnnka for your, promptness Upon reading thorn, I am, howover, very sorry to 8ih that you aro opponlng tho "Sub-Treasury plan," or as you are plained to call It, the "Perishable Property Bams" for money. Your title mystifies me. Am I to understand that you, an olil Greenbncker, bollevo that every time money In loaned uion either land or chattels, such land or chattels become tho burnt) for tho money loaned. I have long know tho Express na fearless, able, honest and true to principle, but I believe Mr. Editor, you aro now making a mistake, and I shall proflumo to take issue with you. I shall not, however, try to givo "bucIi defense as (he In) I am able o Bomo (of itH) the plan's weakest points,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

4 IMUAUS' PUBLIC RECORD. In tt Infancy ut Kinmt, Ingnlli, by Hit Vute, Pro ' tcttl tht Bond lntirlUuor. M Accom pllihed Hit Courts with Joy I In 1002 He Boxad Hit Compatt. H Found lllmielf With Iht Enemlat of Lincoln, Op potlng tht Emancipation Proclamation. In 1004, Running Mat With Medullar.. ' Bui In 1808 He Dacorouily ( 1) Retrrd fo Him "Ai That Oihtr Ally of tht Confodoracy." Hit Omni preitnt Dtfundar It D. R. Anthony, Who In 1872 Said H Wat Cold and Would LI. Anthony' Complaint of the Election In 1801. Now Anthony Hold Chronic Hate for the AI llanct. Ingallt for the Bankt; Agalntt the People. John James Ingalls, the only remain ing state senator of KariHUH who Is known Ha ono of tho four antl impenchers of June 1803, was very closely related to the affairs of Kansas In the ending of ltd territorial days ami In the beginning of ltd statehood. "If there were ways that were dark ami tricks that were vain," In the transactions relating to tho Kansas Htato bonds of 1803, which In t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

5 to nine different men, commencing with aorjiewbat of a eulogy upon Senator Pom croy, hiis conclusion was as follows: John J, Infills I also sjxtken of. He In a bril liant writer ami Kpcakcr, cold, heartless, unprin cipled, who would tell it Itn ami relish it more than In tellliufthr truth. And thiiH his inifxT Hikt cn April 7, IBM, after taking ti retrospect f the wn jitorial election of April 1, : Wllo'H KI.Kl TKt? We have no disposition to find fault with tlx 'senators whom tho clerks have chosen to repr .wnfc iw st Washington. Tlio slnnta ballot lasted two hours. Sometimes elht turn were on the .floor at once, chaiu-',lnn; their votes. Nomo men nvlio inquired how their votes wore oast were Aold differently from what they voted. Men who onJit not to have told how the vole stood did (ell how It stood ami sent paper announcements to the Khaky men. For one long hour Marcus J. Varrott hail flfy alx votes ami was e leetcd. They were two hours taklntf the vote, and the result waA not ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE. OrriciAT, 1'Arrn of this Kan an Static J A IIM Kit' A I.M A NOK A M) 1 N DUS T III A L U N ION , luMlslicd L'vory Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. M f.AM.IW, President, n() 1'. LiMKKUKNKii, luis. Manager, ,,.. '. T. ItuowN, Hec'y Treasurer, ) ' ropnn 4 8 J W R McLAI.MN Mrh. Anmk U 1ij Kdl ton TCPEKA, KANSA3. (Entered as second clan matter in the Tout Ullloe at Toikn, nanmw.; TF.lt MS OF HUUSniimoN One Copy One Year II. 00 Twelve topic one year $10.00 Clubs of Twenty copies or over, $.H0 each. Advertising Hutr. Display Matter, 10 cents per line, Agate meas urement (14 linen to the Inch) Heading Notice, 20 cents per line. Address Jill communications t the AQV0CA1E PUBLISHING CO. Topeka Kami. TnE riumb is ft favorito fruit among allianco horticulturists. Subscribers should not fail to send tho old address when ordering their papers changed. Mr. Bonicuhakk ought to pair his mouth with private Dalzell or Com missioner Tanner. Senator Plumb says our present system ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

7 that thoso samo farmers nro asked to support by their ballots, in corning elections. A: to our senatorial delegation, the flaying of a New England sonator is quoted, who avers (hat "Kansas should 1)0 proud of her senators," and that ho was "surprised to Beo them denounced at homo lecaiiHO a Kervico pension bill in not passed." Tho fallacy of nil thin will appear when it is known that thoy have not boon denounced for any Biich cause, Tho sincerity and honesty of Mr. In galls has been called in question, bo cause in his long term of florvico ho has failed to do anything in tho interest of tho great agricultural Btato, which ho nominally represents. Tho finan cial iolicy of tho government has proven, disastrous to its business in torcsts and to tho welfaro of its poo plo. All sections Buffer nliko from this cause. Mr. IngalLi has not only failed to proitoso or advocato any remedy for this, but ho positively as Berts in u letter to Hon. Eli Sherman, of Rooks county, contrary to tho to...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 April 1890

IS Another nUmouy Lie MalSod. Not long ngo wo publiwhod tho tui,& from Norton county, showing tho tittor falsnhood of tho rejtorta puUirthed in tho Capital in relation to tho condemnation by tho allianco of that county of tho action of tho county presidents nt their recent ses sion in Topwlwi, in adopting what is known as tho Inallrt resolution. For & fow days past republican papers that arc supporting Ingalls liavo been industriously circulating tho rojort that tho Dickinson county allianco had adopted a similar resolution of condemnation. Somo of thoso papers have oven published tho full toxtof such a renolntion, and tho report has boon copied as an item of news into tho columns of ft few papers that are . friendly to tho allianco. Wo givo below a lettor from tho president of tho Dickinson county al liance, which will show how utterly nnworthy of coniidenco thoso unscru pulous political shysters are, and how certainly wo may determine, without waiting for contradiction, th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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