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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

If, 1 !' . i I !p " pwiwm.iim im mi ii.--m,. w i '' PW- ; -''t fi ' PflJIv -'--' VOL. I. no. an. TOPKKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY I I, 1(11)0. k; panes. INCALLS' PUBLIC RECORD. lie I i'tM iH'S Jefferson iiml Lincoln --The For nicr "ll.nl No Conception of the Moral Forces lili'li (live To ii Nation Strength, Ptinilloii and (iniinli iii'" The butler ll.nl I lie "Scmitlcst Scholarship" lint lie Willingly n.n ct'ilcs There Is More T.v runny la tlie AiihtIi'iiii Republic Than There Is In a .Monarchy ! lie Cast Ills lot Willi the Money Miil's II.' Makes a Soil Money Speech, Hut Votes to Per- pciii.ue doni as i lie St a n t ii ril ol' 1 uf iTfsl - lt'jirl nir I'-oml ami Nu lioiial I'.ank ('iirri'iicy-Slinly Well tin1 Iti'lioi't of Him liivcn liy a ('III .i ll nl' Atrliison. ' W'OliSIMl' OK I'll.THV 1,1'CltK ItKIU KKIMtY I.IMOt.N. I'rcs'nliMit Lincoln in liis incssiic to conrcHS on )(coinbiir .'I, 18151, paid a tribnto to labor ntnl n-bnknl tlio njiirit Miat sought to exalt capitalioil wealth...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

2 TIIK IltKM'UJiSSIIlLK CONFLICT. In it recent interview promoted by Sen ntur John J. Insulin, and rerortcd ia tho New York W'orltf, tl wily politician g:',pl and posed twenty novon times for inatantaneoun photographs, illustrating in various attitudes how ho proposed to capture tho "hayaceds" of Kanuas and ahiy thorn (as tfamprton did tho I'hllis tines) with tho "jaw bono of an ass." Wkilo It In truo that Insulin in a pccu linr. ho Is not an unknown nuantity. His record in written, und In that record I will auk all republican fanner, all demo cratic farmers, any Knight of Tabor, any member of tho producing classes to point to one single Htatuto enacted by congreaa uud become u law of tho United Htatoa that John J, Insulin promoted for tho benellt of tho tolling millions Ia It not truo that John J. Insulin In tho father of tho epigramntlc bend lino, "SKNATOK INUAM.M INTUOUl.TKl) A IIII.L MY KiajL'KHT." Thin artful dodge wan Invented by him to eseapo the responsibility of advancing t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

'JWE-EB ADVOOATIi A I' LIT! H' HAT'S V1KWS. Out of Our Monopolistic Noble Lords Semi the "Farmers' Voice" a Hold and Handily Mal incut of IIIh Milf f tin; Case, Which l au lie Head and Pondered On Ity tlit; KoMhmI ami Outraged Producer of Amcrlcif.. Tit ! Vomimm l'nitr: I have just been looking over one of these labor papers, which are nothing but a sentimental muHhroom growth, which will havo tlicir day and die like nil other foolish reform. Such papers are beneath the notice of tho educated and refined this of noble men, who by their great mental abilities have risen to bo your rulers In both civil und financial life; your squealing may nnnoy them, for oven a lhh may nnnoy n ti dog, but otherwise your workingmen will accomplish nothing by ruining n tem pest In a teapot over fancied wrongs. It is tho natural order of society tho worhl over In all civilized nation for the educated clns.e to rule. Voii may kick against thin, but that in all tho good It will do. Because you havo not t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

4 TI-IIB ADVOCATE. v I f lltHlli tl 1 1 lllil lll'nl Utlt' ,) d nm iuil evposo to public tfiio his entire an tits. It may l.o Mated that if to the above fw i.f. In in added his various attorney's fees, and n soiim n for w hieli tho public, for ob vious reasons, havo no knowledge, would hwcII his actual fortune to something in th neighborhood of tf.710,000. It in Mjnillcuiit fjirt that the title of Sen ator Insulin' real estate, excepting that which is hold in runt. by Iim trusted lhcr, in held in the iiiimo of Mr. lii(.:alls, and that t)n consideration named in each deed in '; f," 'vilt'iit.ty for the purpose of prevent ini; t he records from dinclonirig the actual values, and for the nddit ioiial reason of ambling Hie M-nator to assert, "1 have no property." AimH ti r fact hearing on this matter in that Senator Infills' monthly rentals from properly in this city ami vicin ity are about ?."oo. The extent of the bimincMS done liy the Kansas Trust and llnnliintf Company, of which Sena...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

TJ-XIB ADVOCATE. 5 NO .MOItIC TAX IX. i ln IikIIiiiiiiI IVopIt- of Mia wit mnl loiul Count it i'ukti u Hold Muiul. Dixntirr 11, Ottawa Co., Kim., May 7." At 11 muss meeting of tho citi hi of Ottawa and Cloud counties, Kansas, (Jcorgo Walker was chosen president, J. M. Feet, secretary. Moved ly Mr. Cronhite that u committee on r'H ilut Iohh bo iiHinttl nt once; motion was dis cussed by Mr. Feet, Mr. Hurn-HH, Mr. Smith it in 1 others; amended ho that the committee bo nut required to rettort at once; amendment wan carried ; the, mo tlon wan then carried as amended. Tin committed appointed wan M. M. Hurrem Robert Burns, nr., i). Comfort, W. II Avery and 0. IT. Cronkito. M. M. Rur ithb was then culled for and responded in a few well chosen remarks, and read a paper which wart well received. Moved that the, document just real he adopted an the sentiment of thin meeting; motion discussed by Mr. Rurbunk, Mr. Smith Mr. Mitchell; mot Ion was carried. Koliert Jlurns, nr., made a Hpeech which w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

G T2-I23 ADVOOATH TUB ADVOCATE. OrnriAt rrr:ii or tub Kansas Rtatk Faiimkrh' A i.i.i anck ahj I nduhtiu alUniom, Published Every Wednesday by th ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. M. MrLAM.ur, President, ) Hole J. 1. MMr.itl'iiNKit, Huh. Miin.u' r, V., , . W. T. J5UOWN, Hec'y Treasurer, J 1 r ' l0 rt McLai.mn I K(Utor, Mhu. Anniic L. Dkkih j TERMS OK HUHSCRIITION Ouo Copy One Year t" Twelve copies ono year.,., i .110.00 Clubs of Twenty copies or over, Alvcrtlrtiji ItateH. IMxpluy Matter, 10 cents per line, Agato meas urement (14 linen to the bu ll) LVaillin Notices, 'M cunts per line. Address all commuuleiitlons to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHINQ CO. Topeka Kanm. TOPKKA, KANSAS, MAY ti, WHO. ( Entered as second clans matter in the Font Or.lco atTopckn, Kansas.) HiMiciAiiCiiUn list. Tab Advocath A National Economist. .$1.75 ' " OhicntfO Express.. 1.75 " " Pextar Free Press 1.75 " Nonconform tat 1.75 ' Kansas Commoner.... 1.75 Kansas Farmer 1.75 " " Toiler 1.W AN UNPRECEDENTED OFFER. Beginning with thin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

TX-X33 J2yVOOJi.TZL 7 Llyt'OIt flKLLKlW TUB TOOLS OF THE MONEY H)VKH. It in n raro tiling to lmd an nllinitco man who is in ignorance of tho fact that tho mischovious manipulation of tho nation's finances is at tho lol(om of tho declining prosperity of tho masses of tho peoplo of America. Poyond question tho monoy power has for years dictated party policy. In tho hintorio words of Mr. Buoll thoy havo mapped out tho programme for loth parties. Whatever may havo boon tho shifting of party peritonei when tho ropnllican party wont out of power and tho democratic party wont in, thoro was no chango whatso ovor in the iinancial policy of tho gov ernment. Tho headquarters of tho monoy power is in Wall street. Wall street men, moneyed men who havo cornered tho Juxurios of civilization nnd tho caso of life, do not caro ono iota which political party has tho som blanco of iowor. Tho essential thing for them is to retain control of loth parties, and this thoy do effectually by fortifying themse...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

v TIIE ADVOOATH CKNM'S OF KAIHl MOKTCiAU KS. Tho following circular has boon n ut, out by tho superintendent of tho census: IM'.IMUTMH.NT OK TIIK I.VTKIlloa, ) O.NHl :H OKKH'K, VVahhinoto.v, I), t'., Mayri, inw. ) Diuii Snt:-Tho ennnlle; of .JcrkrKon, Lin coln, I.yuii and rawnec, In tlio Htato of Kaunas, havo hecn sclcetod for tlio purpose, of making u spcelal Invchti y.atlon of real estate. mortniiKt! Indebtedness, i iinlrli k will he ttllirwdb Via ownrrn of wort Utiur.it tritl (offofV, and lit mum ciihi h n tin: hohU cm of inorttit)t , lo tuuntittn the uiimiuuIh un paid nd tin: rtum fur Invurrlntf thftU lit. The, answer will be strictly confidential, and In no cnsowlll bo revealed to any private) person or public olllcer outside of tlic census ofllec, whose employes are all sworn to preserve the secrecy of tlio Information. It Is hoped that tho Interest In tho moiltfiKn (pieHtlon, which prevail overy wlitro thntiiKhont this country, will enlist tin? co operation of cveryono to who...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

Trr; v r'.' -J THIS ADVOCATE 0 MTTKIt UV An KITAM K. Itrt'tlll'l'll Midi SIsliTI f tilt! Sl'Vflllll ('0IIC,IC Nlonal 1 11.1l rht. Iicallzing the great rriMmsihilify Unit has been placed tijH n mo n your lec turer, having licen elected in the face of all the, protest I could oiler, I ilcem it my duty to address you tli rii.tI the col- lllllllH l)f till! prOHH. I therefore take thin opportunity to acknowledge niy appreciation of tho honor con ferretl. Having been appointed as one of tho state lecturers prior to thin meeting, 1 felt an my llcM was ho largo, tho sense of responsibility could lio more or lens shifted, or, in oilier words, curried by the whole state, Hut now, being calleil to my own district, the personal responsibility will he greater. I wouKl rather work where 1 am Ix-Ht known, yet I fully realize that wo always export more of our friends than wo ilo of strangers. Vet 1 liopo I shall tuner lie ho uncharitable as to think for a moment that tho good of tho order depends u...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

0 COHHKSrONDKNCK. Uiaorr, Kim., May 8, 185)0. Knirou Advocatk : At n regular . meeting of Mulberry Union No. IMI, the sub treasury Mil was brought up for dismission ami u voto of yeas and nayB taken. Tito voto stood, yeas, thirty-six; nay., four, making a majority for tho bill of thirty-two. Fraternally, J 1. 1. (Wkman, fjoerctary Mulberry Allianco, No. WA. MuiiN' Karv. May t, 18'JO. Editor Advocatk: -Kudosed please find ono dollar. Have had sample copy and liko it well. I hope our organlza t!on will concentrate Its force mainly on tho finance question. Success on that ttlono would bo a great triumph; then follow it up with other essentials as vo V!.'VV "trongor. Patience, dllllgoneo and eternal grit will carry us through. Very traly yours, W. K. Mitchkix. J U4' k ho ii County Alliance, TLcro will bo n special delegate meet In:!; of tho Jackson (bounty Alliance at Jfolton, May 21, 18'X), at 10::i0 a. m., for tho jxirposo of electing a county allianco treasurer, and for tho traductio...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

V'O! McCi'jik, Kan., May H. Editor Advocate:--Inclosed, please 11ml pimtofllco order for $, and lint of twenty throo months subscribers for Thk Advocate. Flonso send them undirected to tho different pofltofflcea. I may send Borno more names noon. This was accomplished at our last al aneo meeting. I put a resolution before tho meeting thntTour alliance appropriate enough funds to furnish each male mem ber in good standing with nn alliance pa per for three months, which wart carried; nnd it was also directed that tho members select The Advocate or tlio Economist, printed at Washington, I). C. MoHt of tho momlors will take Tiik Advocate, which I think is tho most Important to tho members In Kansas, aa wo should all know what tho order In doing at homo ll rut. Ami now, Mr. Editor, I hopo all other sub alliances will do likewise, for mem Imts who read only the corporation side aro likely to boliovo their falsehoods, and consequently they mako tho poorest members, and will kick against th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

't , ' advooj :)r. I. frr.-k AIII.om Ni. lMlrt. IJiunr Cukick, May 15. MuTort Ai)V(cATi';:-Atu regular meet lug of thin order thr being 1)7 mcmbora jirciicnt, .'53 voted for free coinage of sil ver ami two against. .. 15. Dodson, W. 1). Miu.i.ii, President. Secretary. Citiiun.i.NK, Cherokee County, May 7. Jlnnou A dvocatk:--At ft regular meet ing of Crestline Alliance, April III, tho second demand adopted at Ht. Loulu by the supreme council, relating to free coinage (f Hllvcr, was ratified, and I wan Instructed to forward thin notice to you fur publication. W.M. Rckkowh, Secretary. Tl Ki'Vi'iilli 'oiifi-'wloMiil Dlnlrlet, At tho meeting of the representatives of tho Seventh congressional district on tho lHt inst., tho following brothers wore elected committeemen from that diHtrict: I). M. Rlack, Sterling, Rico county, Kan Han; F. If. Rutler, Omit Rend, Rarton county; If. Taylor, Went Plains, Meade county. H. M. Scorr, Secretary. Pr.AiNViu.i:, Kan., May 8. MniToit Aivocatk:-TIio Twin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

13 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATIONAL I AKMIItV A 1. 1 1AM V. AMI IMIl SIHIAI. I'NION, President I- I., folk. Washing D. C Vice rrcslucnl ....It. M. ( lover. utiiiii iili, K.ni. Secretary I. II. Turner, Washington, l. C. Tri'iMiiriT II. W. Hickman, I'lulco, Mo. I.i-rl uri-r Ittn. Terrell, Washington, l. ('. Kiratthr Council -Three years K. A. I'utly, M.u'iiit, Miss. Two yens Kmc MH'raekcn, Ark. One year- r.vun Jones, Duldin, Tex. K.nrulh'f fimimltl.i: C W. Met line, Wash ington. l. ('.; A loiio Wardall, Huron, South Da kola; .1. I", 'rillni.ui, I'alniello, Tenn. kansas rAitMi:ics ai.ijanci: and 1NDI STICIAI. IMON. President H. II. Clover, ('iiinbriilk'i', Kan. Vlec-hesldcnl W. II. Kiddle, AiikusU, Kan. Secrctniy I. It. French, Hutchinson, Kan. Treasurer II. Hangman, liurrton, Kan. Ci;iiliiln I, I'. Wesi, Patterson, Kan. LiThinT . '., Dli'klnscii), Mcriden, Kim. Asn't lecturer..., Van II. Prallicr, Neutral, Kan. Iionrkeepcr I. K. Williams, Itenllcy, Kun. Ass't loM ki'i M-t-.. ..V. W. Taylo...

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

t. M f ' t. ' I'km ruling of th AIIUihm Co-Opi -rutloii Jtiixlnrn Onlcf of Ontrttllil, Tho dolcgaton met pursuant to call from ten uub alll inoea. A. H. Yb'rw Wfui elected preaMent and J. K. McColm Iter rotary, lsh following constitution and by law Vvero adopted! I'KKAMIILI. We, tho member of tha Farmers' Allianco In the vicinty of Ccntrulia, wishing to re stive fairer prices for our products and re ceive our articles of conuumption at n more reanonable price, do hereby establish h co rmrative business center at Centalia, to be Kovorned by the following conatitutionfrule ttiiij by-laws: AltTICLE I. NAMK. rWtion 1. 1 he name of thin organization Khali bo the Alliance Co-operation llusiness Center of Centralia. AHT1ULE II. otricicitH. .,-(!,.. i 1 M'litt i.nU'urant t.hn Ilimiiums Ceil ttr ttluill l n bounl of J i rectors. composed of hum member from each sub-alkaiic which board Hhall have a president, vice president, secretary ana doorkeeper. Man. Tim imliciiii-v rnmmittmt shall be ro...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 May 1890

"' ?.'' ft 1 V aMkjrjp.-4Mft? n oEIiEGR7IP1Y o ' , 1 Our Instttuto Is th tnmt complete and W Kuuranu positions. " ROADS WANT YOUNG MEN U W. J. BOSS.Supt, KnoK.jToO "eTkHIGG3 & CO.. If j on want to lM.wit an Orchanl, or on ONE TREE Vlle liri for h-Wv In-low In Of 821 Exchange IluUdlnjC. KANSAS CITY, MO. CowlgniMoUa XXL WIND MILL , OVER 20,000 IN USE Tim Company lUVlllK llcMCllf(l with traveling lalottncii will point reliable Wn uncut, l'ur ehaslnij !ii;'iitn of AllUmvt ire- frrrd. Sfiul lor t'ut;iloiu' uiscnpuvo v, Gr rider, "ump ripus. nn nu. - - -Til,. .,,J .. iLulllr-lUiii TuHttrSUit Whtrl Th3 Phelps & BIgelov Ylnl Hill Co., l-Jlfi WuHt Wli, St. Kaunas v.uy, mu. THE NEW WHITE WltAPB, C7! OrklDAtcd by Willis W. Jones, of uamargu, ui ' two weeks earlier la rlpenlnfcflavor second . . . A 1 I ... - 1lftA to none, Duncnea compi, uuiitoiiui nhiAnir and about the size of the Catawba. i-,. Wrff or mildewed vp to thi$ tUite, 18(H). TEE CHICAGO EXPRESS, PubllflheJ at lot Madison st,...

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

TIXI3 ADVOCATE. t'lircli I. V' '' LavwYure l.'i ciinl; ,'A',!!,w 1:1c to cxjircHH myself il Utile i . i' 1 1' '1 1 1 1 1 i rly than I tli'l In my too '.",:4i!y ulit n open l'H r. It in Hear to my i ; ) J ; 1 1 iii, la.-.t, w herein lien 111" scerct '! .II our lliuinciitl Im'iMcn. In tin Io '.'uain of 'Iiaiicc we urn reijnireil to runic ;imf ;i roiniiioiliiy which we lire pro- iK"i!cil from pnnIuiMiij; fur onrselw h ami 10 ir ti h ni.i'I' whereby iis pro Miction for iiH h iuihI" compulsory. In 11 her won l. we nio leijiiirod to meet our Icilniary o1i!i,-;i(h)PH to ench other and I t!u fovi iiiiiioiit hy mciinn of u lerl Inler which we niut not produce for Vi.i'lveH uhilo it U left discretionary , tb). . ho own the currency wliether icy will fwrniuli a supply or not. The ult h', parties controllin;( the. currency ' dictate th' ti'Il.'IH on which they will D v 1 1 hi iicomo wii.ii inn same. )i compel the peoplo to make umo of it Minioilily which they aro prohibited :nu producing whllo ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

s .... f rf i? ?.m w jm-s-m , , . - . , ... . ... L.'..iMti i .iir-tMi'' 'JL'i ii ..i n " hA "' urn im ii i i ii i i '"V" VOL. I. NO. 39. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1890. 10 PAGES. i 1 V) THE ADVOCATE. OmciAt, Pai'kh or run Kanhah Statu FAHMKIW'Al.nANl.'lCAN)lMimTIUAI.UNION. "DEMAGOGIES" AM) "HYENAS." Tho Lawronco Journal- Tribune has it half column of warning to tho Fur mors' Alliance nniiiHt tho "iloma ouoh" who aro Hooking oflico nml tho "hyonns ilrpsfiod in tho foathorn of ilovos" tliat aro nlout to proy upon tho croiluhty of tho poor farmers and devour them bodily, unlcBS thoy hool tho warning voico . of thoir aelf-con-Btitutcd guardians. Why bo many genoralition, dear Tribunci If you aro awaro of tho locality of any of thoso domngoguoH or hyonim wliy not Ioint thorn out that wo may unito in characterizing thorn m thoy doKorvoT You may think tho farmers fooln, but wo deniro to Hay to you that thoy will not bo caught this year with that kind of nonsonso. AVo havo boforo ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

Till! S'lXTII CONCttESSiONAL MSTIUCT OF KANSAS. Thin northwestern congressional dis trict of the stato embraces twenty-two counties, which havo an area of 21, Ht) B'iu:inunilcH; by tho census returns of Vlift, n population of 182,819; ami, from tho statistics of 1MB, It polled a voto of 40,731 on ropronentativo In congress; It contained 1,820 school districts ami 13:1 bunks. . In thin territory aro five Judicial dis tricts. Tho fourteenth contain tho coun ties of Ellsworth, Lincoln and HumhoII; thu flftoonth, Jewell, Mitchell, Osborne and Smith; tho seventeenth, Phillips, Norton, Decatur, Bawllns and Cheyenne; tho twenty third, Ellin, Trego, Govo, Logan and Wallaco, and tho thirty-fourth district iii composed of tho counties of Hoolca, Graham, Sheridan, Thomas and Bhonnnn. LtCOlHI.ATIVK DIMTIUCTH. This congressional tlintrict haa four stito senators and eighteen members of tho house of representatives. Tho thirty third congressional district contains Jow cll and Mitchell counties; t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

TCXa A3DVOOAT3. HUMiliS OK AMfcitlCA, AUIS K ! I'luroi'i'iuy Sec tin1 Iliii'l aiIUmi,' on the Wall -Tin- Oliji't't of Hi.' MIlllU Kill I) to Com-ili'i-ly Crush t hliai-kli'd Forms of th Toiler, ()vir Which tlif Chariot of Those Made IMrli ly I. l .lii(I-n May 1'iixx In Safety. I From Jiniriiiil of Hit) KiiIkIiU of I litior.l "Forewarned, forearmed," seems to bo tin motto upon which the non producing rich tiro net Ins. With their keen fore niht they have seen tho columns of dust arising over tho hills mill valleys of thin land as the producing millions are march ing on to rescue their rights from the Iron grasp of these legalized conllscators. There has lately been Introduced Into congress n hill to "increase tho efficiency of the iiiintlii. ltd effect la to enroll all ulile hoilied men Into tho ranks of tho militia of tho several states. Nearly If not all of tin states now havo regiments of utate militia, armed and uniformed ami more or lean well drilled and dis ciplined. Uesldes th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

1T NAD TIIK DESIRED EFFECT. The original package decision of tho nupromo court bears all tho marks of a skillful move on tho part of tho generaln fa present warfare between (ho plutocrats and tho people. It nodd not bo lengthily argued that it matter not to tho money y0'Aor, to Wall street, and to tho fostered monoiHjlios, what party in in jowor, or .what policy provai upon anil other qneHlion than the, moiwy question, Tho financial feature of tho pro gram was arranged for both parties long ago. Tho infamous policy which brought alxnit tho present hard conditions, massed tho enormous wealth of tho country in tho hands of n fow, covered tho farms with mort K;lf?H paralyzed industries and lillod tho land with tramps thin infamous policy has gono steadily on regard lots of any change in tho administra- tion. From McCullough to Manning and thonco to Windom thero ban not boon a single break. Tho great body of tho Amorican pooplo havo been encouraged to din cumh, to quarrel over, and to p...

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