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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

"CORN It CRN Kit" ISJMM. Omcicor Kohco K. I.kam, Kkuistkii ok I)KKIS, HAHI'KU ('OINTV, ANTIION If, KS AiivH:w,1H'.K).-Ki)Itoh Itr.ri'iu.io: Thelnel.iKo.I letterhead will show you the. manner In which John J. ImcOllM to henefltlriK tho f irntmrriurn. Ho sufi 11(h thi'in with reholllon literature, ami !ik) with iiu)rtn:iK',HUt Km win rules. Youri In democracy. K, K. ItKAM. tho ahovo MU'f w;w sent to tho Kt. l-ouli iff. fuhlit by our renter of ilecito, ltoseoo K. Kcnin. Ial It not Im'I n for reimhllcaii vote, ha could not have heen cleetcd, mid thlrt Is tho way lin thankj tho people, for their klndiifs.i. They can now read tho linen ahove penned ty lilin ami re pent of their folly. It In always thin. When n man goes hack on his party and votett for tho other party's cnmllilato Hlmply because uncial ly lie Is a good fellow, wo And th;it the man, noon after election, regret t tho rush step ho took. The slur cunt nixin the farmer. In very bceoiultitf, comtiiK us It does from a nuin who In...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

TlOr ADVOCATE. Vmc.iKU TKrnn or tub Kansas Static t'Al: MXUH' Al.MANCX A:tl) IniUM'I'RIALUN1oN. ruhlULed Every Wednesday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. M. McLam.in, President, ) Bolo J. T, LlMKIIUHMKK, ItllK, Manager, , , , W. T. JShown, Hnc'y Treasurer, ) 1 roprl. tr 5 McLaixin I Editors Mim. Annik L. Dioon j TERMS Ol' M'lWCKHTION One Copy Oho Year 11.00 Twelve copies ono year , . . ... fio.oo Cliibi of Twenty copies or over, f .no each, Advcrtlrtlnjf lUK'H. Display Matter, 10 rents mr lino, Agate mens-un-iiKMit (14 Uni' to the Inch) Itoudlntf Notices, tf) cents per line. Address nil communications to the ADVOCATE PU3LISHJWQ CO. Typeki Kantil. TOrWCA, KANSAS, MAY 21, 1880. (Kutorr (1 as second clans matter In the Font Oi'lleo at Topeka, Kansas.) HrKCIALCLUllIilSr. Tint Advocate t National Economist. .$1.75 CliiontfoKipreim... 1.75 Dexter Free Press 1.75 Nonconformist 1.75 Kunims Commoner.... 1.75 Kansas Farmer 1.75 Toiler 1.86 The firnt number of tho Farmer1 Signal, of Osawatomio, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

THE SCB TttEASl'HY VIKS. Editoa Advocatk: Ai a great many read ers of your valuable paper have expressed thom sWvouln favor" of the iub-tre:iury plan, and all scm to look at the same side of tin measure It may be well to take a look at tho other side, In tho first place this bill calls for a gross amount of fr,oo,ooo jr annum of such articles as way bo deposited In the tub Irea.iury for tln la.t prct'isltn two years. Now, how many counties are there In thin Uato that have not produced tho above amount In the Lint two years owing to the drouth, chinch hugs, etc., and consequently would not be entitled to a tub-treasury at all. It would be depriving those In most need of assistance entirely. I should be In favor of benefiting those who havo not been blessed with good crops first, and not debarring them. In tho second place, It would bo Imitoslng an army of officers on the people If the plan was carried out as proposed, the salaries of the same would amount to an enormous sum. Ill my o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

a TX-333 ADVOCAT. TiEK KAMUS STATE TKMPKHANCK L'XION Tho growl outpouring of tho torn pefanco peoplo from all partu of tho the utato f-o attend tho annual moot ing of tho state temperance union on ThurfiiUy and Friday of hint week nttctitotl tho fuct that Kansas moans to hold on with fi life und death grip to her prohibitory hiw. As tho crowds pourod into Ropro aentativo IIn.ll on tho first ovening of tho meeting, it seemed to thoso who aro familiar with tho faces of tho old timo tomperanco workors, as if tho pant nino yours woro blotted out and thoy wero again in ono of thoiio mar velous gatherings which carried tho prohibitory amendment on to victory And indeed thoro wan a fooling an if much that had boon won and hold through all thoso yoars wan also blottod out. Tho annual address of tho president, Mr. James Troutman, wan a master ful Knowing of tho good influonco of prohibition in Kansas. Tho docreaso of crimo and pauperism in tho towns oud cition of our state wan oomparod with ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

rights farco or tho return to g(xl old democratic doctrine. In the old halcyon days of nullifi cation and secession tin doctrine of tho entiro supremacy of stato's righto was nover moro forcibly and point edly argued. If tho spirit of John C. Calhoun and Jefferson Davis hov ered ovor tho convention they mtiHt havo felt that to havo tho animating principle of their lout cause, bo zeal ously championed within tho stuto hous walls, at tho capital of free stato Kansas, atoned for tho tempo rary check it had recoived from the four years' Btrugglo for tho opposing principle Taking tho innocent pa per upon which was written tho mon strous declaration that "tho suppres sion of tho liquor traflio should stand in tho forefront of tho questions em braced in national legislation," Oon eral A. 13. Campbell shook it in the fuco of -tho convention, vociferating that if that body wishod to abandon work along state lines, if they would aban don hopo and resign all they had gain od in the nino years ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

nzym ADVOCATE, 4 G CO HUES TON I) ENC ft. liDiTon Advocate:- There will be a edUnl meeting of tho Ikrton (bounty Fannm' Allianco at Groat Fnd Satur day, May 21. Fraternally yours, A. Y. MlCoftMICK. UoiiihI flrow I'nlofi. At a meeting of Hound (irovo Alliance & resolution wan passed to tho effect thut this alliance discourage us much as pos sible tho subscribing to tho Oskalooau Inlvpc.mlent. Bkcketart. Wakefield, Clay Co., Kim., May 11. Kwitoh Advocatk: -At a special meet lag of Clay County Alliance held Wednes day, May 7, at Clay Centre, after reading and adopting the Emporia resolutions, it waa ! Resolved, That tho Clay County Alii' anoe indorHo ami adopt tho said rcsolu tloni as a whole; and that the county boo rotary bo Instructed to report tho name to The Advocatk and Kama Farmer tot publication, certifying to tho correct una of tho foregoing. I am yours fraternally, John P. Marshall, Secretary. , . 1. 1 Indici'kndkncic, Kan., May 10. Editor Advocatk: Ploaso publish that Mo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

11 "Th Lord Knrtli, I.t III l.rtrlh Ia all tho vait work of preparing tho world for the uplifting ami advancement of humanity to ft higher plane of thought and action tho nUlirif hand of God has never been more plainly visible than it in In current events. From the day that it wart written that "tho love of money In tho root of all ovil," tho money rowor has been the devouring lion in tho path of reform. Tho time Is here when it must ho Haiti of tho "Great Rod Dragon," the money power, an Mr. Lincoln said of slavery, that "the public mind mtiHt rest In the belief that It la In tho process of extinc tion." In tho grand march of civilization the world's tollers havo over felt tho blight ing effect of thin money power. Tho day is near at hand when tho prac tice of clothing a hundred brother citl zona In rags that ono may revel in lux urious Bin will bo changed, but between thia and that day thoro will bo a mighty struggle between the aatanlc money power and tho everlasting rights of 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. — 21 May 1890

12 'mm advooath ftwabvllUi AllUrx No. 170. Yaijjct Fallm, Kan., May 17, lfcS'J. Kditok Aivor atk:---Tho president has Authorized me to wrlto you that our 1k!;; adopted tho resolution favoring free coinage of silver. Yours frater nally, H. 0. Miu-r.it, O. H. CIiuhw, fWy. President. Eimikrwn, Kan., May 19, 1880. Editou Advocate; Tho next regular mooting of the Johnson County Alliance and Industrial Union will bo held In Olatho at tho grange hall on Tuesday, Juno 3. Can you not send us at leant one of tho many excellent lecturers or speakers on that occasion? Yours fraternally, C. M. Dickhox, President Cotinty Alliance. May 19, 1800. Kditok Advocate: Having boon ap pointcd a delegate from Wlllard Alllanco to moot with delegates from other bud alllances at Povor, May Kith, for the purpoiie of making arrangements for holding an alllanco picnic on tho Fourth of July at K. (J. Mooro's grovo, I tako this method of expressing tho thank of the delegates In attendance to tho com mittee appoint...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

13 mi "Ny. LI 1 N. It $3. Warantod Shoo, FOIt J4AI)IIt'iiiul Ci luN'l'H' WIt'.AIt. IS SHOE nousE Mall Orders Solicited. Topeka, Kans. CLEMENTS & CHAFFEE, 025 ami 27 Kaunas Avenue. Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings. Positively the LAUOKST CT.OTHINO IIOUSK IN TIIK STATU. Our Aim is to give you (100D, HTHA1U1IT, 1IONKHT (JOOl)S (or tho LKAKT POSSIBLK MONEY. CLEMENTS & CHAFFEE, Straight American Ctothlon and Men's Furnishers. 625 AND 627 KANSAS AVENUE, TOPEKA. majority. Already n bill has been Intro duced la congress to rcnow the bonds of Senator Stanford's companies for seventy five years, at greatly reduced rates of Interest, and will doubtless become law without serious opposition, as the com blnod Influence of nil other rends will bo lought to boar upon this one first. Of course thin will bo ft preoedont for all others. The tariff humbug It still doing duty to set the people fighting each other, In order to divert their minds from the real object to bo attained. See tho a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

Mortjf0 CuiicolLUion. Tbo effrontery of our political dcma tpitiWH U Bomethlug fabulous. Tho naked truth, lately hnn ft tendency to hhcl)k tho prudish hallolujnh sheet that ni:;if, 'Turtiznnuhlp in I'utrlotlam," to tho tune of OKI Hundred; 80 they drcHU it up la a decoMto eult of fraud and decep tion, dud, In squeaky voice with tuneful lyro, Chant pTtnuos to its gay attire. Wo aro frequently amused at their cuta ways of attracting attention from uoriouH quoHtiona to their little song. They have otruct a new voln now, and aro Binding of tho signs of prosperity In tho cancellations of mortgagor Wo presume moflt business men under stand that tho object of foreclosure and BhcrhTs sale, Is cancellation of tho mort gage; and tho great number of Bherllffl miles havo been a prominent thomo for mouthfl. Other mortgagees are getting pofiseHHiou without tho cost of proceed ings, either for their claim or for a nomi nal prico above, and utlll others that can not keep up tholr interest aro ablo ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

ABVOOATS 15 Li Chir Institute U the most eoinpJetaana thorough, nd Qnlt fr?ctcoil Ono In ti'J VoridWrfu lor idei Ura, VV iuuiiio4 KBluou!t ROADS VANT YOUNG MEN W.i. ROSS, Supt., Knox Bldy.,Topka, Km. R. E. HIGGS & CO.. 3 of 821 lixchangfl BulUMnx, KANSAS CITY, MO. ixl5Wind:mill OVER 20,000 IN USE 4 luvlnir I'him'I1HiI V I ' '"'.' ; with t.r n v o 1 1 n g 4 j lfA' salcunicn will ai- iJl- point reliable forol iiueius. clwistnu RKi-ntH of Alliance )rt-4 ferrd. rlcud for Catalogue disci Iptlvo of Power Englnoi, Shollnn, n.l.J... D,,.. Dl.ii Tank. Fin Who l'nli nt JMntlihylllm TwlntrSUtt M hftl. Th3 Phelps & Bigelaw WSnd Mill Co., 1215 Went 9th, St. Kimhhh City, Mo. THE NEW WHITE GKAPE, rrin Bra w fc'a Originated by Willis W. Jonics, of Comargo, 111. Am hardy as the Concord, two weeifl earlier la rlponlnfoflayor ueoond to none, bunches compact, berries a little oblontc and about the olza of the Catawba, Has not rotted or mildewed up to this date, 13'J0. THE CHICAGO EXPHESS, Publi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 May 1890

1 ur ( ImotJt .kini AnnritnMf, t Ileal Nol. Tl. Clinutatiu'J.1 imncmLlv will meet at I", rtrict, Nj'S)., Juno 2Uh, and cuntinuo to j 1. 1 ? 7th. I'M). JAtr tlifl a!ove rrK'4'tinj a rata of one fare J"i'tJ.i round trip firm bwn made ly th I.'uoij I cvitlo HyUm from poiimon its line within I'M imln of IWtrieo. Tickets will V'j nulil Juno L'Cth to July 7th Inclusive. Oa lUfliri .'U uHt duly Mil, I1UWOVIT, m aci.n iuu Jj pnrdianod from nil point in Ncbrmika to tho Q.autaurja aiHoiribly.at one fare for tho vmml trij, tho limit of the.no tickets to be July Uth. b ur furtLflr information apply to II. U. Harrington, city ticket agent Union 1'acHlc uyulem; or J. F. Uwin, depot agent. HomMhing to ICmemlr. Itomembor that tho Union l'adflo la the only lino running diroot to Salt Lako City Sfvm K anciiK, and that it la the only fetandurd j.Mi'ji;fO lino running in there, liy any other you have to mako at leant one ohango, hila tho Union l'acillo runs a through cur daily. J'or information call on...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

ijimiwi hi winmri I nliMn i ... i imJi f ipM g! .vt'-. Ms- W ;4VMwMs H ;' ,M s ! ..J. If, Av vx f , v .rfr ftttrt a f tii. iff '-i M fNOlSrffMlWIft 1 "i ". !" i IIWWUW .f m-J Jll"'", rmtmm .. mi ii m.t:.ll imum ' n "i-ww mm , i VOL L NO. -1-0. TOrEKA, KANSAS, WKDXKSDAV, MAY 28, UVM). U PAOKS. TILE ADVOCATE. i . (Hl'iriYI, I'AI'K.lt OK TIIK KANWAH HTATK 1' AII.M I' ltH A I.I.I A M'K AMI I.ML H I HIAI. I'NION. TIIK FIFTH C()(;ii:ssiONAI( IHSTIUCT. Tliis is tin.' noitli c(ntrul district of tlio Htntc, iiiul In itH torritory am ten counties, which contain 1.0IS scliool districts niul an an'iiti' of 101 ItiinkH. It 1ms flvo statti Hi-nators iiiul ciiiliniccrf lll'tccn rcp rcKcntatlvo tlistricts. Tlic following tiililo of tlu? countic-tf ox plains itself; , a" j c j.J- : -!: r I J iliij J Marshall ; l'J las IJ IMIcy r.i l'ii i hi lit tlcaiy r.'.' un s In IHrkliis.ni.... j -ii h l'Ja It Clay To l!:i 'Jl UHi 5 Washington . . I.1, r.' 11:1 la Keimlille i; Hi l'.' l'."J M ciotid I;! :n '-M 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. — 28 May 1890

TO .JOHN STAKK. Tin' SYiiiite U Willing to (Mvh New lhimii-hliln- u Kll'l.v ThiMiMttiKl Dollar Kt:iliw of Illm. Wednesday, April X the senate considered a hill offered ly Senator Hluir appropriating for ft monument to Ccneral Johrt Stark, at Manchester, N. II. It mot with considerable opposition In debate, as the following extract from tho Congressional Record shows: Mr. Cockrell Mr. President, thin Is a very nice thing, and tho good people of tho Inline town of tho iIinMniilMlil hou utor from New Hampshire (Mr. lUair) will doubtless bo very much gratified If ho can secure ii n appropriation of f.rl,(HX) l,o make a beautiful park In his city, to pave it, and make all tin' approaches to tli irt statue of (Icnoral Stark. I think he has been dead Home (H)or 70 yearn, has ho not? Mr. Blair Ho died in lMlTl Mr.Cookrdl- Ho died in H2'.. hit us disclose the fact and the truth, which in that it Is the expenditure of the money in the city or the town where the monu ment, Im to ho erected and...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

rriX33 ADVOCATE. 3 i 1 vl $3. Warantod Shoo, J.(U liADllOH'uii.l (JKNTM' WMAI!. NMl!;.ionu.H,ii...h,i. Topcka, Kans. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATION AL FAICMUCV A I I I A NCI'! AMI 1MMMKIAL 1 NION. President I.. I.. I'olk, Washington, !.('. Vice- I'l chidi'iit, ... II. 1 1. 1 lover. aiuhrldge, hun. Secretary J. II. Turner, Washington, l. C. Treasurer I U W. Illekuian, rnxl-i, Mo. lecturer Hen. Terrell, Washington, 1. C. K.rnlir 'iiui r TliifM years - K. A. I'utty, Mim'oii, Miss. Two years Isaac Mniackcn, Ark. One year livan Jones, IhiMui, Tex. tlifvuttrr I'miinnttir. - C. W. M um. Wash ington. I. ('.: Aloiuo Will lall, Huron, Mouth Da kola; J. l' Tiltniau, I'iilmi'lto, 1 can. K ANSAS FA KM Kits' ALf.I ANCF. AND IMUSTItlAI. HMOS. President. H. II. Clover. Cambridge, Kan. Vice-President W. II, lU.hllc, Augusta, Kan. Sim relary J. H. French, Hutchinson, Kan. Treasurer II. llMiinlmian. Ilurrton, Kan, Chaplain I. I'. West, Patterson, Khii, Lecturer, A. V., Dickinson, Mcrldcn, Kim. Ass'l Lectu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

4 TI-II3 ADVOCATE. Oil 1(1 A I CsMitraiHiK. Kan.. Mav ''. 1H!)). I mi requested to auk t It nt, each county liuvii:' nrjauizatlons of the larniorH Al liance aruj Jij.liiHtri.il Union in It, select H member to net lirt Olio of ll committee Known ns 11 (.oD'rrcHHioniil district com mit,f,oo In the congressional dlhtrlet to which the county Im Iohh. Those com- ounces may nu n do called together by their member of the state eommitteo. Much county should have it committee, mo inai an our interests from sub to national bo iniardcd. Uo vL'ilant. imd "let no guilty man escape." "Fight It out on thin lino If It taken all Hummer" ami part of tho fall. IS. II. Ci.fivr.it. President F. A. I. U. of Kansas. OI'KH I A I.. Cam iiuiixji:. Kan.. Mav L'. IM'ld Please announce that tho ren-ulur mi niml election of i)t(i ollh ltTt (it i.n unit alliances In to bo hold ut tho lant meeting in .1 una All term oxplro on that date without regard to tho time of election. Tho regular annual election for county ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

TI-I33 ADVOOATS. 5 4lleIYtt I nd Mr i Ih sl " 3rd V,?lh-Ht CaI Ex.muinr I j ..MT',fkl.l,'.4 I. ' , Mwoi j;i:m r .iiioviM.iti t ' KlliliM, hHX, l'i'V,!''t"l(.P. .It- i .'j.,ilA.I1 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 3 300.000. CASH CAPITAL $ iaO.000. 1 II? '" 1 r l.lKn'f;,HAI( J. j 11, JX L'MTIvJl NT AT KM Sknatk, I VAHMiMiro.N, I). ('., May I'., f To the. Clerk nf the tMrlet Court, Cnnntu f Under, ICititHit: IKAU Silt: -1 haw occasion to impilm Into Ilio nut'stlon of how iiiany miiu fur foreclosure, tlrmllcH of trust deeds of furmtiHl laiuls lmvt been ('iitcri'il In your court an appears liy tint dockot ami the, record during tho 1 1 year ;lMt pllSSCd. If you could givo iih') also tlio unws amount I'lulliii'il therein, without much trouble, you would oblige your friend and servant, John .1. IMIAI.I.K, Tlio above is the letter Senator In galls is solid in"; to dorks of tho sev eral district courts of tho stato pro punitory to u great speech suppose-.! to bo in preparation to establish him Holf in tho...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

0 Till A DVOOAT K. OlTHIAI, I'AI'KIt OK 111 K HANNAH HTATK J'aiim iriin' Ai,i.ian( k anoIndumi'iuai, Union. Published Kvciy Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H Mi'l.i r i i w 1'ivut.l.mt t. I', l.i m kiiiik.mkkc, Hun. Manager W. I. IlitovVN, ni'ii y irt'iiMiirtT, Hole 'roprletnr H Mrl.AI.I.IW Mun. Anmic I.. Dmkih MUlTH TICK MS OK HUISSritin'ION Ono Copy Ono Year II. 00 Twelve coplc onn year tlfl.oo Club of Twenty copies or over f .) each. Advert lulnjf Uatcs. Dlnphiy Matter, 10 cents per line, Agato inca liri'iiient (I I lines to tin) Inch) KemllhK Notices, W cents per line, Address nil communication o the ADVOCATE PU3LI3I1INQ CO. Torikt Kuntat. TOIMOKA, KANSAS, MAY 2H, 1HH0. nintored an aoooiuI cIiihh matter In the 1'ont Ollloti it Topoka, Kiuiuiw.) KI'KCIAIiCIiUIl I AAV. This AovoeATK Jk National Kconomod). .$1.75 " Cliicmjo Kxprwrt.. 1.75 " Dextor Free l'rfun 1.75 " " Nonconform 1.75 14 " Knnnait Commonor..,.1.75 " " KnnHris Farmer 1.75 " " Toiler 1.&5 Tiik nomination ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

TIH3 ADVOCATE. 7 wouM directly conflict with their in come as louners of money at usurious rates of interest. We have only one fault to liutl with the stereotyped resolutions passed liy our alliances. Wo hIiouM break the monotony by in corporating another resolution de nouncing our own stupidity for voting to keep such men in office. With this addition the code would he com plete. Our friend is seriously in error when he say that no remedies have been proposed. We fear he ban not properly studied our platform which he will lind in nearly every issue of The Advocatk, and which proposes remedies that would, if adopted, at otico inaugurate another period of prosperity like that to which he refers at the close, of tho war. Resolutions, however, will not alone secure tho re sult Members of the order must fitand solidly and unflinchingly behind those resolutions, and unitedly and with one accord support them with their ballots, and the battle will soon be won. If they permit themselves 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. — 28 May 1890

3 TJH3 jfVD-VOOJVTEL FOSTKUlMi rATKloTl.HM. Ia another colurna wo give from tho Conyrmuo-Hnl Kecord a portion of tlio senate discussion on the till appro priating $.r0,()00 for aa equoHtriao statue of General Stark. Senator Hour plead for tho appro printiuu oa tho grounds of patriotism. It may occur to readers of Senator Hoar's remarks that monuments to our tload and gone heroes will hardly foster that degree of patriotism which will sustain tho farmers of America who havu lont their hard earned homos through thoinfamoun iiaaacial legislation of tho past quarter of a century. Tho farmer's son of average intelli gence will ask if wo havo indeod tho sort of government which General Stark fought to OHtublish. Tho atrociouu feature of this Stark monument 1 i 11 in tho fact that it is ia tho interest of real estate speculators who wish to enhance tho value of thoir lots ia ft certain section of tlio city of Manchester. A mere trillo of tho $60,000 will go for tho bronze maa and horse: th...

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