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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

port no" miinfor any olllrc who put In nomination by thorn.' 'Hiey decbifq that their1 corning' ' repfoKcritative ' mu?f,'"bo( taken from' the ' ranks 'of f)t farmer.' They are in favor of free co'maje'of bII ver.'. They want nil onk'CH filled by direct vote or tne people. 'Hie rator govern irVen't .loans dri farm Hw-uritle' ami ah ii itn'al round up they ri'iMilvo three' time. ft) 'TlM TOUKTIIIIH." ,'; ' ' ' Hilvcr Creek Alllnm-o, !rnh:im, -ouii1y. resolved .Juno 1 1, that 'they havi Josl all, faith inohl 'wIitlcal parties. They " 1 1 -dome St. lionirt platform. They ih'inarid that Heboid books bo printed by tho'htate ntidTnrnirthed at coht. " They 'wilt Hiip rt no lorn! paper that 'does ! not vv'orlc for the Interest of thrt Farmers1' Alliance. They demand economy on' the' 'part of t'Otinty nimmimuone'rs In the 'manage ment of county business. They denounce tlu' paying of enormous salaries to" Yor rltt mlnlaters and they aslc that men he Henk abroad to ' rjpresont' this republic 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. — 2 July 1890

10 WASHINGTON. rWM sad Fctuiomlf TnnlHM'li'N nt tin Na tional (unltal. no. 5. There are COXK) government clerks Hvlnf In thocltyof Wusb Ington. Nearly all of these have famlllotf dependent upon them. (Jenerfilly plaiting the so government lorks aro subject to a con tinual strain of apprehension concerning tho permanence of their positions. Peri odically, every four years, this apprehen sion ri' hes fever heat. Tlo dependent condition of thin vast number of persons upon tho shifting, uncertain methods of Initios, Is n(t least among tho demoral izing, tendencies of life at our national capital. It in at onco both pathotlo and humiliating to observe the growth of ser vility, the fawning ami sycophancy which aro tho rormlt of n fear lt some turn of tho jsilltical wheel shall take away tho employment which earns the food and clothing and shelter for wlfo and littlo ones. The wholo matter of farming out tho government work has been given over to the political machines to ho uued Dimply am...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

fill iii this matter. Tin' Farmers' Alli ance had been heard from. The press reported certain resolutions which It wiw said It luitl or would adopt repudiating thin !mij;iih friend nnl spurious advocate. Certain prominent citizens of Kansas were reported as being; averse to hii re election to tho Senate. These reports and rumors made It necessary for him to Hhnnlon his 1 n tin In tho Smuto and re turn to Kansas to "look after his fences." lie had to coMMult with his x litlcal lieutenants, which was far more lmortant than looking af ter the intercuts of the farmers in the Senate. After having made thin reconnnlsHnncc he found it necessary to do something to distract the public attention- something to make the farmerH be Hevo that he waa alive to their interests; in short, that he wan their special cham pion; and hence his sudden zeal, his tlery haste, thin heating of drums ami tiring of cannon and making of false chargeH In the Senate. While trying to dragoon the Senate into adopting...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

18 .mi . !, . , J, .;; .' 11.'''! "' I ',T!ifl nckt mfntlii'f'of thrt iVriYirrVAl- I'cntre nud 'IiMiihtrlali I'Tilorf, f' AttfifuOfl county, will ) fu'M n.1 Kt.ln&h.im.WHnert tljty,-July lSl'Ji), Utflmilug fit 10' o'clock a. tin , Let all wio'citii uttradi .K!t:'ut;tYxlM&: W. M. Waiuku, Secretary. "Tim next Vriil.tr meetiof; W.f i 3wley (.'(iiuU7"niinV!AUi'iihf: ami lrdui,trb.i lnlrnr wllf rotiVdmc In irfu''iiP'Hf'hU)il tlifv city of Wiiitt'iM, on J lil ,' 10, at the- hour of' 10 o'clock a. m: tilmrp.'' ' The gate- for every twenty 'member twwliiJcW fraction 'thereof. All' il'lof.nti coming to tlmity will learn by Inquiring. m' AU IhnwllKchausr', tlio'hhll 'ut wlilvh''the alliance holdu Its jWom?. ' ' '' " , , Il.,lilI(,Vty;jJt, County Itch. A 'IT KMT, 11.' 0. Hoi'KDICTTK, ' "I bounty tfocretary. I Dexter, iiiy.,.JiuiC'."'V'! , , rii"'' ; i, '"' ; '(iiAitvri.r. Kaii;rJii!jo ' I!; i i it , A i v m :'vr,c Ou J.u jiv, 1 "7, .t(m alliance Jh'IiI a nwww nirutliitf mid. pIcAl.'. a...

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

M3 ,. .. iw:st:hal vnjonj President ,.,.!,. U Volt, Wu.ililn.jton, l. 0. VI, e, rrttiiitlooft., ,. It. 1 1. ( lover. :amlrll;:. Kan, rVi triary .., ...J. J 1. Turner, ViVililrtou, I. (!, '1fUiurr. .'.II. W. III. km.wi. luxlio. Mo, .J Mftr.,,, ...... lieu. Teri'vl. HYiittMnwUui, DA', Lxtmxtii CoumU- Mjwin. Mini, Two yeui Tim, yruf-jt. ,Aj iUy, on. Mini, Two yeui-l:uui.) ftM iiKken, 'At One Tear- an Jone. I.ti'iim, lef. 'AMT f)tyrWH'iier. KxtvhV4 C'owiniijflre.-MV vV. Meu'ntv WaJti. .tlwy'.uaJ I). (J AIofiiD VVardall, Huron, ouih la ..XyUi. K.Jllyutt, raliueuv'ltuvnj .-.. ,i ' 1 , IIAK3AI YMtWrnW, ALI.IANCK ANH IN4Jtrfiftt At UNION. uJ'rtiiIilrnt.ai.'4.vJ.B. U. Clover, Ciunhitilafly Kan. k.1v)cu-l'm.lU'uf,.1i,,y. II. Ul.Mle, Aiu,,iiiiU, JUli, '-ffrf....T,J, It. Fieiuh, lit. htnniKnii, ItrMurer....! II, M.iui'tmwuk. Jtiiritfln. AWi, ."tfai'uin' .....!. r. 1vc.t,l,Aruhiu,Kah. Aai.ltWot...V;in U I 'rather, Neufml, Kan, JhsvikviM-r J. V.. William-., ll.-nlloy, JU uu.-V'4itlt,t,-fi'HI1u'a(...

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

7 14 TH3 JJDVOOTXL prevail on him to jtrr:iit sub-alliances tho i ! !it to tuko la such, persons, uulhitf. No. The constitution does not i lvu the President that power. Person; living In Incorporated citl' M r not clii'iMo under our state constitution. Persons rriKHLM-il In wholesale or retail binlnesn whether It In milling buying and selling pulo, stock or merchandising are not euirlble. No alien Is eligible to membership In the Farmers' AllUiwe and Industrial lli.loil. Suspended or mpellcd members are not ntltl4'J to any benefits from tho alii ance while suspended or uxiwlb'd. A menu' r four months In arrears on account of dues, stands Hiinpeuded, wheth r ho bus tho pass or not mid 1h debarred from an v benefit Of tbo uJIIuiu'i;. No question will bo considered by the 'judiciary committee unless Hm submitted to tbo sub alliance for consideration and munt bo signed by tbo president und secretary. No ml I road employee Is eligible to membership under tbe constitution of tbo Farmers' ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

ji7"Au:M9 Wanted in Kvkiiy Town. PEERLESS Steal : Lanmlrv. TOl'KKA, KANSAS. K. WHIT MA US If, JWU. 1 4 its "JO-HE" The Kinp of all Ilcmcdics. A heiully iiiiiL'ii' tli' mill elcclrle rock oil, Just ni naturn pioilin i M II. Apply to PAINE EROS., 325 Kn'i Ae.. Toaeka, nnd ct poslUvo prtxif. Iltlllfllllllle cvUlcOOe Hlli HVWHII HUtcmenti xlinw Unit this rrnimly can wul Joch ciadicult) from the instcm tin wait terrlMe :uid ntuMiom foi'iii.i of (ll.sf.iif ;is will us thoif of it mill It r nii tuif. D. TKOS. LOHG, M. D., Surgeon. Olllce ami prlv;itn hospital, M Kaunas Avi'.. Topcku. i to 10 a. ni., illrtfiisi'Mof tin- Kyo uiul I'm1; 10 H. in. to 11 in., Iicforniltlci; 'i to 4 p. in., disease of Woinfii mill surgery. Will vUlt nuy imrt of tlm foinity to operate, m sNt or runnell wllli any leal mul reputable, phy. Hii liiii. ruiifiiU commit U Liu illy for trcut iiifiit will llinl excellent private or public lumpl- HcriMiimiMlatUii. All eorrcHpoiitlcueij prompt ly MlV.Vl'ITtl, , ,Sll$ilPrlHl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

.to 'H :i r: .tii.it i1 ''HlJ J "'"'if- ;1S "r" '. Vw,U I ln.l 1 11.I.1J nun. tut) ,t')i.I iW.-4Jai.wjni wwl .vva ..1,1,t.M it lll.ll H VfilJ'Milj ftiili V) JlUMfll rAMM Ml uf IfAPI ' to, AMI vC? fordif t patrons tho pleftHiuo of iL.JU 1 1L ,.;.ln...n .uan tf-n-kllwi 1 Irannaaintf IniWtfsl WaIam W'tuVWi.V! fur wiiitM if loonn i .'xi1' h (fi t liiid'. " M- K-kmIi for tic Irmt inn-jr Mat rolor nn.t t'Mr W'f.,'""1," !'.... ..... . . ... i fiiiiyinr Iron tiorhi ,o.,oi ineniTnu, u. ft,!.-, ''. '..' 'of tu4'u.nif ;,, en f ;l I'ruiK, ami The Horhum JUnil Ikiok lor 1UJ0. to rmrnod?,tfl hV'.lrx,..VJf, JP'Vl'lV1 tho jjunorid RVli.igs of thin Htoro is ilillw tUljJL!iUJLuf 11111X1 Uhlishmont - Miwti.''WtouM4Mi- wont of J. .ftdY&liSfrJ?5ttdttho moht oxort juMon nntl wmpiitont UnJor his iKlt jy&.ti te -irra; yrrnm its -nhuil iiAmtwia'; Hko7;; thAri5st - iTulfir ostabliHhmont Jn tho weni, . Trutl i n j 4. A Wichita Kan.. - WMrcfOfi'rATA'Uilt' uihhI imltli.A t"3,I)f.tl.pO,fr.MWEEX. ISfli- r...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

; 7 O An V ' - - - Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Ott ' Kintal Organizations. VOL. I. NO. U. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY !, 1890. 1 FA (J EH. J f .1 decline of m kmm republic. Another Step Taken by the Conspirator- Con gress Passe the, Contractlou Act- What John Sherman Said-Quotation From K.mlncnt Authorities. JIY W. 8. MOIUUN. NO. VI. Tho war ending in 18C5, the conspira tors at once not about to carfy out an other step lu tlioir programme. Thoy had said "it would not do to let tho green back circulate for any length of time for they could not control them." They now proceeded to have the greenbacks with drawn from circulation. This they Bought to accomplish through the treasury officials and Congress. On tho 4th of De cember, 1805, Hugh McCullough, who had succeeded Hal in on I', Chase oa secre tary, In hia report to Congress, said: The first thing to bo done In to establish the policy of contraction. That the legal tender act were ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

2 "Ol'tt AIMS AUK KKJJI, 01,'lt M'HI'OSHS NOIII.K." All V.Mny It.Jii! Hcforn AW aim No. IV.i.l. Hrothers and sisters f tho alliaiit t so tiro all acquainted with th great princi ples to which wo have subscribed, and are wo trying to carry them out? How rono wo tiro to forget tho good things wo hear from timo to time, nnd allow our own unworthy feelings to Influence our words und actions. Too lightly Io wo count tho Haorod obligations taken upon ourselves and forget the solemn charge: Thou niti'tt Im true thy Ki-lf. If thou tho truth woultl.it tt-iu li. Ne ver cats wo hope for tatter things until all arj couvince l of tho necessity to lity aside nil sectional feeling and per nonal prejudice, and unite to work to gether for our cause, which wo fool to bo J lint; roHolvo to aland or fall at our pout, but try If possible to "hold tho fort." It is a foregone conclusion that tho present system of conducting tho affairs of gov ernment la not porfoct, clno why havo wo organized? All will ag...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

3 TAItlFF TALK. Hon fa ii We Protect I In Fanner. In my two previous articles, I have en dcavorcd to show that the tariff, high or low, for protection or for re von up, poa nesses very little lntort-Ht for tho farmer except indirectly or incidentally. A tarlir In unnecessary to proUnt tho farm er from the imM)rtutIoii of foreign grain, and H)Worli'rtti to protect hint from coin Iotilion in foreign market with the cheap labor of India, Russia and South America; nor can it enhance the price of hi products in foreign markets. 15ut indirectly the protective tarlir en hance his prlcoH and reduces his grain for foreign export, by preserving Intact for American labor the opportuni ty to manufacture tho good. consumed by American citizen, thua increasing the ability of lalor to purchase and consume the product of American farms, and d creaHlng tho proportion of grain available to aid in supplying the demand of for eign nations for consumption. The tariff ia also charged with being tho indir...

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

4 Mc- I -;f- Opmciaij I'Ai'Kn or Tim Kanhah Htatk Fa km kuh' A lli anck a no I x do mi ai, U n ion I'ulH.ihed Every Wednesday Iy the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. M. McLAM.IN. riTHlilfllt. .1. 1. Limxhuhnkk, Huh. M;iiiuk W. T. liitoWN, Heey i rruimrer, H McI.A i.i.i N Editor I Solo j I'roprletoi TKUMS OK HUilfK'HIlTION One Copy One Year It.oo Twelve roplcH m year Iiimk) Uluim 01 1 wi'niy copies or over, .nu euen Alvrtlliijc ll&ir IMnpUy Matter, 10 rent per lino, Aiitti men, ureuient ( line to tin) Inch) Ke.-Mllntc Notleen, a) cunt er lino. Adilrt'HN nil communication to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topik Ksniat. TOPKKA, KANSAS, JULY 1), 1MK ( KntfireJ unflocond cIaob matter lu th I'ohI Ollloe fttTopekft, KauwiH.) srixiAiiCLtit usr. Tint Advim'ATB A National Kconoinint. .$1.75 (.'hicnifo KxprcMH 1.75 " " Dextor rrve 1 roHH l.r " 1 Nonconformity 1.75 14 KanflM Commoner.... 1.7& " Kanim Farmer 1.75 " " Toiler l.H, Till: KANSAS IDEA. Thin timo Olatho is tho birthplace of what bids fair...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

5 I'Kr'MPKNT 1'OliK AND RALPH UKAI WO.NT IN KANSAS Oar national president, L. L. l'olk, in his tour through tlio west, made thrro appointments in Kansns, ond it is perfectly safe to say that those who witnessed his rweption a'l Columbus, Win field ond Kmporia, will ho forced to oeknowledge, however reluctantly, that the war of the rebellion Is ended. Tho cry of rebel brigodier which Hashed over tho wires of tho Asso ciated 1'res.s from Columbus will havo little force in tho faco of tho fact that there wero solid acres of Kansas people, old noMioris and civil ian present to greet tho man who onco wore tho gray, but who is now engaged in ft higher, nobler and holier warfare in which tho rights and liberties of tho mosr.es of Ixjth north ami south aro concerned. Tho only significance in tho press dis patches is in tho indication that tho bloody shirt is still tho only emblem of tho jolitical party that has so long dominated tho state of Kansas. It was estimated that there were at least...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

0 Ts-rm advooate THE IJtlTOit OF TUB WIKtt JOIRNU SHOULD 1IKAI KANSAS HISTORY. Sir. Loejwr ami tho editor of tho Wier Journal havo for somo timo lccn conducting a very fair find can did discussion niton tho propriety of re -lccting Mr. Ingalls to the United States Scnato. Tho editor of tho Journal males a bad break, hovover, in his la;.t issue. He says: "Tli.U Invalid ranon the democratic ticket In I.H4i3-4 Ik nimply a cainimln'i II" tliit you have picked up. NothliiK more." For the information of Mr. Uobi son wo will tfivo a little testimony on this subject. Sir. Ingalls was u can didate for lietenant governor on tho democratic ticket in 1802, with Hon. William WagutafT as candidate for governor, and tho following is one of the planks of the platform on which ho stood: "That tho K'0!(', absorbed In the il;iiiKrr which menace thu country ami tho Male, havo neglected and abandoned tho old jtolltleal organ ization. Thatthi'y deeply regret the jrcneitt unfortunate, condition of our bel...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

T1-X3 JTTOOJUrEL 7 but In the sestdon of 1871 1 he became a ti jnwrtor of Ingalls for re dullon, nnd Georgo 11 Peck, wliu formerly resided at Independence, in Montgomery county, resigned tho position of United States district attorney ho that Jlallowrll might have his reward. Thin county li noted for Its Independent voting, for In I HTH Geo. T. Anthony for governor, lacked 221 votes of having u majority; m tho republican shortage N73; m It wan l,l8.", and even in 1 1 groat tri umpliiil year of of 1 888, Congressman I VrkliiH lacked (5.72 votes of carrying tho county. Ah it voter for tho McKlnloy tariiT Mil; an a virtual opponent of tho free ami unlimited coinage of silver, plac ing it upon an equal piano with gold; an a blind, obsequious follower of that tnotlorn political dictatorSpeaker Thou. H. Reed -Mr. Perkins has Irreparably In jured himself and tho republican party, w ith the farmers and minora of Cherokee county in this year of our Iord, 1H'.H. Cowley This in tho most populo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

0 TTrXia ADVOOATH UKCONSTKlf HON. A grand stop in tho forward inarch of civilization wn: taken when thin republic of ours uh organized and its constitution wan adopted. It would havo needed wisdom moro than human to frame ft constitu tion which would cover the changing conditions and tho growing need of a liunartxl vonrs. Jt is therefore no belittlemont of tho work of thoHo great men to noo and nay that much of their work is now needing revision. Jomo of tho bunions wo aro now struggling under and some of tho evilfl that now afllict us aro tho direct out-comoof regulations which, though eicellent when instituted, do not fit prencnt conditions. Uonidos making provision for tho expression of tho popular will in n direct voto for President and Senators, thero is vital need of reconstruction of tho relation of tho judiciary to tho legislative functions in our lody poli tic. Nothing could show moro forci bly tho absurdity and tho danger of placing no great iower in tho United States cour...

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

other, by rtotuil letler to uruo member of the old parties to join tho alliance mid IntKir union with a view to controlling them in the intermit of lhi old parties, therefore, b it Kfwolvcd, That wo, tho member of Eu reka Alliance, No. Id, doom it neeotmary to keep ii strict Kuard, and any attempt to con trol the alliance in fuvor of cither of tho old parties ho stamped with jut indignation hihI contempt, im such notion may desorve, by tho member of thin allianco; and bo it furth-r Komtlvcd. That any attempt on tho part of any member to manipulate thi allianco in favor of either of tho old parties shall be. considered conduct unbecoming an alliance man, and a intrfdoineanor, and a jimt ratino for ruprimand, suspension or expulnion as the R'ravation of tho cano may demand, and it nhall bo tho duty of all members to report to tho allianco at onco any cuch ir re'ulrity that may come toto their knowl edge, to tho end that thin tfood and much needed work may continue until every township...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

TIIK TAX OJXmON. llif Cumutnlive Tai nl th ProtHtlv Tariff 0i and Ihf Hniu in I'rlnHirtfl and Ojiotii-Uviia-WliAt WJ!Vti'iic Thf r t CoiihImU Only In JUtfi of let nil -A ('ond of 0!Jm1Ioij AiiHwrml. Without doubt tho cumulative tax H cVuUned to occupy a prominent place among tho reform measures of tho fut ure. It is eminently practical, strikes directly at some of tho worst abuses of tho time, ami In waiving unqualified endorsement from alliance men and other people in all parts of tho country. It is consequently a hiohI appropriate subject for discussion in tho columns of reform papers. Homo may imagine that tho cumulative tax Is something new In tho way of roform measures, something entirely different from anything else tliat has ever before been trlod, and that Its application is to 1)0 of a novel ami original nature. If they do they are mistaken. It In not to bo a departure from all prior endeavors and experiences, nor la its application to bo now. Far from being ho It in intend...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

TX-X23 ADVOCATE foreign domination cwimmI when the tir ilY was imjMsod. The quarter dozen nil controlling combinations of railroad own firs vrould yield a hundred companies whoso ample length of linos c.xtondM only from principal city to principal city. Tho dressed meat bouses wouM go m k to their original self-reliance and rivalry, and afford tho Hollers of tho fattened animal and tho buyers of tho butchered product a living chance. Tho coal barons would break up tho com pact 8 through which they control the entire coal regions and levy tribute, by tbo millions upon the people. The manufacturing trust makers would seek safety in a system which would ho popularize American prices that Importations would bo largely reduced and surplussos In the national treasury prevented. Tho monopolists I'ach and all of them, would rapidly ro model their alTaira Into tho form of small wholes, for no other alternative would bo left to them under a system of taxation which gave the possessor of the s...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 July 1890

!2 T2323 ADVOOATS. OJUTl'AHY. BiiiEKMAN City, Kin., Juno 25 Editok Advocatk: The following res olutions were iti,itsed hy tho Bhewian City Alliance, No. 618: Whfl rtas. It has pbawd God in His infl nits win J.uii and providonce to remove from our midst our beloved brother, A. A. tn tlrom. therefore be it KMklvoJ, 1'lidt wo tomlor our heartfelt tymyrtkfon and condolence to the bereaved finnly in the Ices of a kind husband and In 7.;;!'iirtt father, although we f l that our Icrn it his eternal gain. lUwolved, Thnt we shall ever cherish and honor the memory of our deoensed brother until our aocicty terrentrm hUaII be trana latod into the celestial above. lUuolved. That a copy of thews resolutions be Di!7:t to the family, and aslo to Ui Topeka Adtocatf, and county paper for publica tion. R. 1 1. MoMTMOMKUY,' N. C. Peuvinx, W, K. Tapi-ikj, Committee. MiatuiAM, Kn.3., June 2(1. Tho following resolutions were adopted by Merrlam Alliance at a meeting held Juno 20; Whereas, It has pleased th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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