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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

9 A. 11. CAM ritKLL VS. ItKV. DIt. MAKVIV. During tho (liHmsmou nt tho rne't inf of tho ntiito tenipornnoo union of Governor Humrhroy'rt pardon of Mr. Conn, the Lawronco hotel korpor, A. 11. Campbell, in hi zealous endeavor to whitewash tho Kovornor, rtatil that tho Ilov. Dr. Marvin )uu Kent word to Toju'kn that ho would gladly havo Hi''nod tho petition for tho par don of Mr. Conn had it been prenent ed to him, and thnt if any criticism should ho panned upon tho governor that ho, Dr. Marvin, "would como to Topekaand defend Governor Hum phrey." Mr. Campbell made tho alwvohtnto ment and reiterated it with Mich force and fervor as to carry conviction to many who heard him. It wan tho use of ex-Chancellor Marvin's good name, coupled with tho mysterious riHNortion that tho ca.so of Mr. Conn wan ho po culiar, that waved Governor Hum phrey from tho rebuko ho ho richly merited from tho representative tem peranco men and women of Kiuihiw. Tho attempt wan iirst mado at tho meeting to convey t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

10 TIIB ADVOCATE. COURKSroNDKXCF, Nyl WIIH fi, lf;m i-AV I'l wil. Kditok Advocatk: Superior Allianco voted in ruvor "f tiio bud treasury mil, ' UIrty M'ijltt to one, at our last regular meeting. Youth fraternally, II. I'. Mi.akic, Secretary. May ISO. Editou Advocatk: -At a regular mooting of Jiloomfleld Alliance No. I'M), tho second demand adopted by tho su premo council at St. ' I on is, relating to froo coinage of silver, was unanimously findorsed, and I was instructed to forward notice to you. Fraternally yourH, Fiiank Riujtan, Secretary. Plainvii.lk, Kan., May 17, IH'JO. Editou Advocati:: -The regular meet Ings of Rookn County Altlaix-n are held on tho second Monday of January, April, July nnd October alternately, at Stockton and riainvlllo. The next regular meet ing uill be held at Plninvillo on tho sec ond Monday of July. Fraternally yours, Rt'KIIICN Rowsk, President Rooks Co. F. A. & I. U. Pi.f.asant Plain, May l.p), 1h:x. Editou Advocatk: - Pleaso sf.ato in your worthy p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

II KIOM HONS. Ailopl-ril by liiuliiiniiu Comity I''. A, A I. V. In Con vntloii Aftnemlilril, ii Sc iluri, Arll J I, IH'JO. Whereas, Tli representation of this country, both In tho national and state legislatures, has in tho mint lv tho com bined Intluenco of money and tho volun tary act of a confiding people, been placet In the hands of a class of men who havo used tlielr position in the Interests of the moneyed class to the detriment of tho people, and, Whereas, Under tho present HVHtem of voting every opportunity Is ottered for tho practice or corruption and bribery by the possession of wealth; therefore vi the members of Chautauqua county union, in regular session assembled, udopt and approve, tho St. liOiiis platroriu. Resolved, That any candidate for oflii who hIihII refuse to give a distinct pledge in writing that if elected ho will tine his position and intluenco to promote tho In forests, morally, socially and tlnanclally of tho agricultural and lalsiring classes, Hhall ltav...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

TJI33 ADVOCAT CuiTtroof), Knn., May 21, ltfJO. JCditok A uv)Oatk: By request I beg Jrtiva t report our notion on tho ques tion of unlinked coinage of hllvr. Tho question wk3 discussed Ht length, after which a voto was taken, 'with tlu follow ing result: For unlimited coinage, 40; i'ilnut, 3; number not voting, 11; total membership, fit. Wm. A. Minn kit, Secretary Chit wood Allianco No. 1177. Dklhiom, Kan" May 20, 181K). Editor Advocatk: I was lusrtuctcd to nend you a resolution adopted at Roue Hill Allianco, May 17: . Resolved, That tho government of tho United States should buy all patontn on Arrlcultuml Implements and ull other patents that are a benefit to tho people; ?ny to tho patentee a liberal Bum ior any nvention that would bo n benefit to tho people. And for tho government to give to ull individuals n freo right to manufac ture and to vino free of charge. Stafford, Kan., May 21, 1890. Resolutions adopted by tho Falrviow Alliance No. bl of tho F. A. & I. U., of America: ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

TXXX3 advooat: 13 Cyrua Bliumwny, of Auburn Allium' and Dick IJookua, of ()nngo county, wore appointed u eofnmittoo im vocal muuio. Ou motion Plettwiot Vullcy Allian liuvo full )rIvilogc of the tfroundu, with full umlorbtnndinif that they prepare tl yrounlH ftnl pay all expennou of thooc elision. On motion, J. V. Htcwart, of thoDoyi' Alliance, wua elected prcHttlcnt for the (Kicaalon. It is urgently rojuoHtnl that each eub alliance aolect deputy ruarnhalii and pre pare mottoes and banners suitablofor th occuhIou. That each gub alliance will put forth Hh bi'Ht effortrt to make thin th yrandcHt picnic ever held la Shawn1 county. Chaki.ich Htanmcy, Chairman. 8. 1). McOaviun, Hwretary. Manhattan, Kan., May 21, 1800. Ennoit Advocate: The following rcHolutlonu were punned by tho Kilo County Farmer'B Alllauco at a meeting on May 17. Would bo pleaoed if you will give them room in your valuable paper. ltcHolved, That we adopt tho alliance Byutem of nominating ollioora." TIIK AM.IANCK HYHTF.M...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

14 advocate. santa 11: noun:. TOI'KKA T I M K TABLE. Iu Effect on mid after September 1WW. TKAlNrt. .win FiiuicIhco Kuiri'MM. Arkanrturt City A Tun tin Jx lr!hM, Alexico A Hun Diego Express, Denver .1 Utah Express Topeku Express, WI'iMT P.OUNI). Arrlvo TOI'KKA ll.oOpm" u.wpm 12.05 n. I.. '15 ini 7.W in 12.0runi 12.:i0pni L(X) p in EAHT-IIOUND. Atlantic Express Naw York Express..., Chicago Express, ..... Kansas ('it v Express, , 4.M) u in 2.00 i in a.oo i iii ft. or, h in L'.UOpm .'i.uopiu 7.00 iii Jiiti wki.i Toi'kka, Atciiihon NT. JOHItril. San Francisco Express A. Topnka, 1l..'!0 p in Col, A Shu Diego Exp. " " 12.05 noon Express Leave Topeku,, . 4.55 a in Express " " ..'(() p in FAIlMHIltt' MIMItlCIl VA It l. ICvi iy thing In Hut building lineal lln very low est Mires, Ui'l my prlrrH lii'ioiv you buy, llc inember llu- place. J.T. WTI.I.IAMS, (or, L'liil hiuI Jackson HI., Topeku, Kiui, B. S. KIM PUBLISHING CO,, Clil:i,go, llllnoln. HltANCII MOUHK TOI'KKA, KANSAS, (JCMtllbllMhod IHH...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

TI-I23 IDVaaTVTXl. 15 Oar lAtl?,it In the ni'wt eompMa and tuorougti, n4 Only Prcttcl Orta In th Vorld. VVrfi for paiUci. tiara, W i'iufwux position. JR0ADSVA?ITY0U?1G?.1EN V. J. JrJ33.SpM CM., Topitta, Ku, It. E. HIGGB & 00.. RECEIVERSiSHIPPERS-GRAIH 821 Kxolin4 riialltllnx. KANSAS CITY, MO. ConafinmenU eoUclud. Liberal eJyanrej made. IXLWIND MILL OVER 20.000 IN USE Tim Company ItilVllll! dl'lMlCllrted witli t r u v m1 1 nict Hllli'HriU'11 Will H- v -jJZrJ point reliable lomj ai.cnl.i. I'ur- 1 cIiuhIiik amenta of (ifu-e trt-4j -.... i Hcnd for Catalogue ilUcrlptlvo It of Power Engines, Shelter, f1 Grinder. Pump Pipe. Tanks Etc. Attio JWivtf lJmi,l-iUw JVUf-.S'uii N'wri. Tha Fhe!p3 & Elgelow Wind Co. 1115 Went Oth, St. KftiiriiiH City, Mo. THE NEW WHITE CI It APE, P "Pill 1 N" OrlnlnaUid by Willis W. Jonks, of Cmmargo, 111. As hardy as the Concord, two weeks arllr la rlpenlDflr.fiaTor second to cone, branches compact, berrlea a little oblonwc and about the size of the Catawb...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 May 1890

TI-I33 ADVOCATE. i'.I) -Tolmy a Mi-cmnl hand "header. " AiMrn Willi i,u tlni)iii iuhI terms, H. II. t t-rii.(.-tn, Itariiiul, Stephens Co., han, I'tf.'rKY VOXi 'i A MI-FClAlrY-l'liintM, fce. 1J IVr.j'MM M ;ed Jlouiw, 2:w Kansas Avoimw, 'rjjn:k;i, Kuan, YicniTA.KArf., Vsivc Tiin U:aioil I'.lHtU L l'4'Ttlxir Mwii tl.,. .wf T,.l,,,,..,,l,l,i, l.,. iu;iiinil, Tyi-wrll.li)(r, ami all oilier hiwlncittf iH.'i.nciit'N inoroiirii'y lament. )riilnalcH Mcciire t;i)inl iiimlUoiiH. L04.lt), (1,00 PLH W1K. Bond i t r I renin rt, j . 77" Agents Wanted in Kveht Town. PEERLESS s LaDHdry TDl'KKA, KANSAS. E. WJIITMATLSIf, WWII Cheap Muney for IUrum Milo Norton, In eaut Lnsonient of Knox UuiMfnff, Topeka, has rondo arraignments tt inako farm lonnit anywhoro in the Bant hfldf of If,ftnwin; at lois rates than nny other Krnin dolnjf Lumncus in the Stat. We rooks lu'- slonte a Bji-ocialty, at low ride and biiiaII comniimiionfl. Intonwt 6, C ami 7 por cent., according to ulre of lonn. MILO NORTON, Topeka, K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

I ; , . VWs VI If !""T A rVt. n I . A von o a I m v : v 3. VOL. I. NO. II. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JUXK I, 1890. 1(J PA(JHH. DECLINE OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC. ''Thf War Nrlwcen tlm Ntalcn"- Tlif Hunk Full anil tin1 (ioviTiiment Imhiu'h (irt i ii-liiu-kH ami lloiiiln-Tlic Fatal "Kxreitlon." Tin' IIiiIIIoiiIhIh 'I'rlsiiudo" t hi' Si'iuitc to Cl ip lilt' tin' IIoiihi' Illll- OI.Ji'iilonn to tin' Kill - What Mr.Npaiil.1. I mix Saiil. 'i HY W. H. MOItlJAN'. NO. I. In 1H01 tln toculu of wnr soumloil aiul bravo men went out to battle for tho na tion's lift'. Fur yearn tlio war cloml had liun in tho political horiou ami throat e ihhI national iliHUbter. Tho ourn of tho lumberman In the pino clad hilln of Maine and of the laborer in tho rico lioKIa of Iouiuiaua were greeted with the Hound of martial mimic. For years a partitjan preHH had fanned tho HatneB of dinsetiHion among tho people. Sectional Btrifo, hat red and animoHity were created, engen dered and encouraged. Chattel ulavery wa8 ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

2 TX-XI3 ADVOCATJG. AXTI.M0X0POLY IlKlilllirANS OK K liltASKA. Tho Lincoln S7i! Journal, whi Learn about tho Hamo relation to the ro publicans of Nebraska, as does tho Cajri I'd to tho ICitiM iH republicans, whllo rl'll ruling ih recent meeting of tho "antl monoM)Iy republicans," gives ijulto a full account of tlio Nebraska convention of these men, An William Locsn, Mie attorney general of tho htato, nipped tlio meeting to ord ho remarked: Fia.uiw Uici'i iir.K "Anh: V havo met hero t hin evening as republicans fur tins purposo of organizing, ami it possible to devise methods by which wo can prevent tho rail road corporations of thu state from control Iiiil' tho republican party. It i4 n well known fact thai since Nebraska wan made a state tho railroad corporations liavo man aired to control our political organizations, A few of nit who believe that tho republican party wan not created for tho use of tho rail road corporations, claim that wo have a riuht to assemble and perfect an or...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

3 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATION A f. FAMinty AI.MANCK AND INDUSTKIAL UNION. President I L I'nlk, Washington, I. C. Vlci l,ii'Hlilitiit....lt. II. Clover. CitiiiliidlKn, hun. Secretary J, H. Turner, Washington, D. C. Trea.surcr II. W. Hickman, J'uxlci), Mo. Lciturer Iti'ii. Ten ell, Washington, D. C. IC.rraitti'( I'uttiwU-'l lire years -It. A. 1'at.ty, Macon. Miss, Two year -Isaac MeCraekcn, Ark. One year F.van Jones. Dublin, lex. Kxfnttlrei'itmmtllrf.-V. W. McCone, Wash ington, D. C. ; Alono Wurdall, Huron, South Do Ma; J. K. Tillman, r.iluu ito, Tenn, KANSAS FAIIM Fits' AM.IANCK AND 1NDCSTKIAL UNION. President II. II. ( lover, CnmhrMe, Kiin. Vlcc-Prchldcnt W. II. IIMille, AiiK'iiiUil, Kim. Secretary J. It. r'rcnch, Hutchinson, Kan. Treasurer II. Iiiiiiiiliiiiun. Hun lou, Kiin. Chaplain I. I'. West, Patterson, Kail. Ixclurcr A. K, Dli'kliiMnii, Merldeti, Kim. A hn'I Lecturer, ...Van It. Pralher, Neutral, Kan, Doorkeeper J. I'). Williams, llentlcy, Kan, ' Akh'I Doorkeeper,,. A. W. Taylo...

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

OFFICIAL. Cam urclooK. Kiin.. Miv 21 mill) I am requested to auk that each county liavlni? orirani.atloim of the Fin-mer' Al. hitM and Industrial Union In It, select a member to act as ono of u committee known as a rougrcuslonul dintrlct com mittoe In tho congressional district to ivhloli the Countv hclomm. These, com inltteea may each be culled toi ther by i . a ii .. i i in. ' lui-ir memoir oi me nutie couimuico. Each county should have its committee, ho that all our intercuts from sub to national bo guarded. He vigilant, ami "let no guilty man escape." "Fight It out on thin lino li It taken all summer and part of tho full. 15. II. Ci.ovKit. resident V.A.&. I. U.of Kansas. OFFICIAL. (amiiiiiimik. Kan., May 22. INIIO. Please announce that the regular an nnal election of the olllcers of the Hub alliances Ih to be held it tho last meeting in .June. All terms expire on that dab without regard to tho time of flection. Tho regular annual flection for county otiicers occurs at the re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

AN OH) FARM KSt CONCLI.'DKH TO iO INTO T1IK PANKlMl M'SlXKStf. From IVnimylvauU Kiirincr. The other liy ft plain old farmer from Minnesota called ftt the olTIrn of tho nee rotary of the treasury in VanhhKton. He wore u broad brimmed hut; bin coat sleeves were rather Ion for his arms and his pants showed quite, plainly the ankles of his cowhide bouts, which wore some what wrinkled because his feet were hardly plump enough to Hiuooth them out. His faoo wan somewhat browned from constant contact with nun ami out door air, his hands won a trifle dark and lingers somewhat clumsy from the con slant hard work ho had always done upon the farm. After tho usual KrootlntfH, for the farmer was an old acquaintance of tho Hticrctary'n, he drew from his iockct n package of criHp now papers about tho fll.o of hank notes. Home of them had engraved upon them tho face of Lincoln, others a clear likeness of (lenorul (J rant j Home had the likoneM of Sherman, Home (if lien ilutler, Homo of Clinse, and a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

0 TX-Q3 A23"VOC-TirrE- THE ADVOCATE. OmciAi, I'Arnt ok tiik Kanhas Static 1" A 11 M I1 IIS1 A 1.1,1 A N('K A Nil I .N Dl'HTMl AI L N (ON Published Kvcry Wednesday by tlio ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. S. Mi Lam.i.v, President,' .1. 1. IJMKIll W. T. JillDWN N MiLai.un Miih. Annik L. I)k .President nolo ItN Kit, ItllS. Malinger, , . , Soe'y Treasurer, ' '"I""'1 Kdltors TKltMH 01' HUIISCKIITION Ono Copy Ono Year II . (W Twelve copies ono yi'iir IIO.OO Clubs of Twenty coplt-H or over f .HO each, Display Mutter, lomits per Hun, Agate ineas Uri'lllfllL (I t HllCS to till) llicll) Keadlng Notices, '.i) cents per Hint. Address till eoniiiiunlentlons to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topeka Kansas. TOPKKA, KANSAS, JUNK 4, 18HI). ( Kntoreil as hocoii J cIiihh matter in the Pont Olllco at Topeka, Kansas.) HPiX'iALciiUn Lisr. Tiik Advih'ATK to National Economist. .$1.75 44 rhiont,'o ICi press. 1.75 44 44 Dexter Free Preim 1.75 44 44 Nonconformist 1.75 44 44 Kansas Commoner.,.. 1.75 44 44 Kansas Farmer 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

FARM KltM F.VVOU CANFIKXP. Ar iiirt-ts, Kan., May -J.- It U i imh ir.l Unit the Farmers' Alllaiwe favor candidacy of rrof.'wtor .lainetf II. Caiilletd of tho Slain I'nlver Hit y for rnltnl States riiiiivH.iinaii from Hie Herom! ill'tlrli l. rrofi'HHor Can field in ono of the nuKlMaicri whom tho iKlit it-Inris, wit It their well known genoroHity have nominated for the farmers, There is no limit to tho exorcise of t hose jener otta impulses Thoir results are crop ping out nil over tho state. Thono follows would bo willing to perform nil of tho luiril labor connected with tho nominating convention, and thn (selection of candidates for every of lice, hikI relievo the busy farmers from all anxiety and perplexity on thin account. Farmers have no much hard work to do that tiny can ill af ford tho time, nnd then they are not familiar with tho tricks ami lniposi Hitions that will bo liaMe to lo prac ticed upon them by those alliance dematfoueh who arcs after oilice. IJcuidos thin, it will ru...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

VICTORY! VICTOftY! i'iifi JSah-TrciiKury Kill In IWp -It, In Al rHily In HiirrcHMfiil OpfiMtlon. A representative of Thk Advocate is jwst fresh from uri investigation of the practical working of tho ware house system. Thk Advocate's eyes havo just behold tlio sacred 1iiie erected by our beneficent government in which nro utorod tho products of agriculture. Thk Advocate's oars havo hoard iho whole story of tlio font ering euro, tho Moused paternalism which our great republic extends to its faithful sub jects. JiiHt hero some of our good allinnco brothers ami sisters will nil) their eyes, which havo wondringly read thus far, and auk, what lunatic has broken into tho heretofore sano and serious columns of Thk Advocate? No lunatic at all, g(xd friends. Tho same old editorial force in at work and iho same level 'headed anil caro fully considered statements nro being put before you. Indeed thoro hart been a groat vic tory won, but not for the fanners of America, It is true that a nub trea...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

TX-IXI ADVOCATE A. thing which Wall street and their allion and tools, tho liipior iowor, have tusked; this government whoso life tho farmer helped to save, wo link you, good brothers, can you not steady your nerves sutVieiontly to say to your(?) representatives: 'c mint this 'warehouse bill of ours, and wo mean to hfivo it. and if you iWt give it to . us wo will elect il congress that willM s Wo give this much as tho nrst in stallment of an Anvocm: trip to Kan ns City. There is mom to follow. Til A r was patriotic ami moiiI Ntli rlntf mmtcIi of Henator Infills at Ccttyilairu, anl It vu heartily a!aiiil',Ml on all liamh; but of nnusc the KiiiMrlii IWiiuhUcnn ami other heathen will rK' that It wainot deMned for tin' Immediate rt'llff of the farmer.-Ilutchliimm .nr. If tho perpetuation of sectional hatnnl is patriotism, then was Senator Ingalln' speech patriotic. That speech breathes very little of tho spirit of unification ho sanctimoniously spoken of in tho interview wit h t he New ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

OX13 ADVO CTIX COHIiKSroNllKNCH Stock da i.k, Kun., May 21, 181)0. Editok Advocatk: - At a npecial meet ng of Mcintyro Allianco N. l.'W-l, rose lutlomi were pnwd, endorsing tlio free coinage of (diver, the Hub-tmiiury plan Hnl tlm Issuing of Hulllclent money to transact the business of tho country, amended by Inserting clause, "to tho amount of t..7) jmt capita." W. W. Piiim.ii'h, Secretary. Tho following resolution was pawed hy Center Alliance No. 2215, Stevens couuty, Kansas: Kesolved, That wo petition congress to wind a law restoring tho homestead right to nil who have lout it, either by re Iju'iulshlng or commuting--thw net to IM'Jy all west of tho l)7th meridian. Keqtiostlng all pajwrs favorable to tho alliance to copy. MoMtoic Tkavkk, Secretary. Daniki. Fokkkh, President. Fawn, Kan.f May 2U, 1H!)0. Editok Advocatk: It Is with pleasure that I am enabled to report that upon ti reconsideration of tho Hub treasury plan Uox Alllaneo favored tho plan hy a voto of forty to eight, whi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

TX-rr advooat: i J Siikuman t'n v, Kan., May 'J.). Kiit(k Advocate: Our county lec turer nmilo a lively speech on tho nlv Ina bility of putting Into the Held ft people's ticket, ami our lodge unanimously ami heartily endorsed tho plan. Wo also adopted tho following rosolu tl'iiiH: Whereas, Tho farmers ami laborers of this country arc in such a depressed con dition financially, and that condition hav ing boon brought alx)ut by lack of lobu lation in our Interests, that it seems best for us to moot ami deliberate upon our present condition, ami from such deliber ntions wo, tho Cloud County Farmers' Alliance nml Industrial Union, have Resolved, That men In olllcu aro tho servants of tho people, not their masters, and their only duty is obedience to the will of tho people; that In what thin gov eminent meant when it wan formed, ami wo will try to Htart things from that foun dation again. Rcsolvod, That wo ondorso tho action of tho Supremo Council at St. Louis De cember 0, 18M!. Resolved...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

rxa-j advocat: Noii'ro.wii.Lic, Krin., June 2, ltt',)0. The next iin'4t"ng of the Farmers' Alll nc and Industrial Union of Atchison county will bo held t Kfllngham, June Uth, commencing at U) o'chx It a. mi. All dlgitcs are earnestly requested to lo present; all member are Invited. W. P. Hnmh, national organizer, will bo with us, A. .1. Wiiitk, President. Kmi-dhia, Kiih., May 27. Editor Advocate: At an adjourned meeting of the Lyons County Alllanco tho following wan adopted by an over whelming majority: Kesolved, That we rut loose from all political parties, and place a ticket of our own In tho Held, and that wo will not nupport any one for ollieo wlio aska for or accept n nomination from cither of the old purtU'ri. (Ui.ic.na, Kan., May Ul. Editor Advocate: Ah requested by the state lecturer as to tho free coinage of silver, I would report that tho vote wnti seventeen In favor of free coinage, all tho male members, numbering twenty, Mllg present. We have been organized live weeks. J...

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