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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 July 1890

7 si Mm ff f . a ; 7 I, J f 7 77 7 I P. A Ml J Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations VOL. I. NO. W. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2:1, 1890. 10 PA (IKS. DECLINE OF THE AMERICAN REF03LIC. Coiitniitloii of the Currency InrrfUNeil the Amount of (ivriiiiiiiit llonus-It Made Minify Mora ValuaMf hiiiI TrlcfH bow How It Affected the Sitlarli iKMIlcrrtiidtlie Farmer-Tim Dilllnil tics of Securing Relief Tlironjrh the Al.l of Those Whose Intercuts Are Not Identical Willi the Pro due the Muhxcs. BY W. H. MORGAN. NO. VIII. Wo have Boon thut the conspirators of footoil two very important things In se curing tho passago of tho contraction act. First It greatly increased tho amount f ouatanding bonds bearing interest. Second By contracting tho currency it Iucreaaed tho value of money and of bonds, notes and other evidence of debt, which nro to bo paid In money. But it did more than this; It pro pared tho way for resumption of speci...

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

T1-XJ3 JVDVOOj.TOZI 'i riUCSIDKNT FOLK'S Annum One of the HcMvIt hi ii h. Delivered. Tlio following (l.r" vhh delivered ut the Wiufleid Chant uuqiu , ,'cmMy, JuiJay, July 4, 18!K), by L. L. I'oL, renident of tho Alliance and Industrial Uni. t of tho lTnitul States: i " '; ' i, ' j' 1 0 III' . r ' n my J ?VUlld B, iuishnu ' ''.or con. ; tlio kind. 'of tlit) t tf thi , , tsiljly, 1 opportu which -an OLiior' yuty w IdiAUn ami IknIL't i . I, H""'. 1 desire first to ev ' lrHintiuii of tho d. ' terrod upou me thro secretary and uiaua'. who huve otforjed mo I Ink I'd 'mi limi kolll) vinif Him irrnnt inn! rriiiii-nriHini MtUof Kau nan, unJ moot and ininglo with it intelli gent, industrious and plucky people. As him fiV d vT !T''vr t.W". Inn physicn ; .' ' '. 4 ' ' ' ! . roHont or ibuli ju..oo oi t.'ii occuition. I itni here, however, in obedience to that call to which I have uover yet turnod a douf ear. 1 beg your indulgence in view of the labor iou tusk imposed upon me by my cold, and auk ...

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

3 afraid of ruuniiitf into clitics, will you tell mo who has a ti tter right in America to w into politics than the lariiicrsf' Who does your party belong to, hiijIiow ? If I had nu t any of you farmers on tin road twelve mouths ii'o, and asked you what party you ht'fonod to, you would have Haul nl once: I belong to tho democratic party or the re publican party, as t ho case nnjjht In'. Now J on would have put tho cart before the horrte; ou don't belong to any party; tho iurty be longs to you. (Applause. J I know how the parties Aro run iu my motion of tho country. I'hoy arn run by bosses who sprang up whiba we were trying to tfet Homcthmg to eat after the war, and they have managed thina ho loiitf that tin1)' have come to tho conclusion that all tho farmers ouht to lo is to vote as they ti ll them, and iay tuxes. 1 want to tell you an alliance turret. I don't belie vo llrothcr Clover has told it, you nieu who arc, outside of the alliance, and I suppose, there arc two or three hundr...

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

MkwdM- . - wm raassszzzZXSI Okkiciai, Patch or tiik Kanwas Statu FakmKUH'AIXIANC'K ANUlMiUttTUlALllAluN. PuhllMhed Kvery Wednesday ly the ADVOCATE JPUDLISIIIHG CO. H. McLa i. i. i n, PrcNMent, 1 J. I". I.IMKIIllil.NirK, Hum. Manager, v.,, . , W. T. ISitowN, Seey TreiiHurer, J 1 "I- H Mcl.AM.lN v. M UH. A NNIKl. 1)10014 j K"IWrl TKKM"K "BUIisT'IUmOM One Copy Ono Year $1.00 Twelve eoplen ono your 9 KMX) ('luli of I wciil y copies or ovor f .ho mil, Advertledntf llutcH. Display Miitter, lOcenti per line, Agate meas urement (1 1 linen to tho inch) Heading Noticed, iaiccnt.i per Hue. Addrcmt all roiuiiiiinlciittonit to tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Toptka Ktntas. TOVEKA, KANSAS, JULY 2:1, 1881). ( Kntcnnl an necoml clans matter iu the I'oKt Olilco ntTopeka, Kanmm.) HI'KCIAfiCMIII Lisr. Thh Advik'Atk A National Economist. .$1.75 M Chicago Kxprcm 1.75 " " Dexter Froe l'roHH 1.75 " NoncunformiHt 1.75 " , Kamuui ('ouamouer.,..1.75 " " Karwas Farmer 1.75 " " Toiler 1.85 Bkotheh Kiks handles tho...

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

5 TBADK WITH SOI Til AMKKIt'A. Unquestionably this country would 1)0 lonofitod by tho removal of tlio M fiunl restrictions which restrict trade with South America. That country produces articles fur which wo mitfht advantageously exchange our manu factures and other products, und there is enough in it to iuduco busi ness to bo built up on a natural and healthy basis. There will be no need of petting and coaxing and subsidiz ing. Tho two obstacles in tho way are our crippling navigation laws and tho rovenuo restrictions. Up to 18oT tho American merchant mnrino ser vice was unsurpassed by any other nation on the globe. Our Hag was Jloatod at every commercial port. In 18T0, 75.2 per cent, of tho American exports and imports were car ried in United States vessels. Iu 1881, 10.2 per cent, marked the dis astrous decline in our ocean trade. Tho iirst causo of this decline was the substitution of iron ships for wooden vessels. It was useless for tho primitive wooden service to com pete with...

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

6 A DKKKNSK OV INOALIA Tho Hutchinson Newi? Washington corrcMM)m!rnt has again appoarod in tho rolo of ft humorous eur-ayist with a continuation of her former topic, our picturesque Kansas Senator. Truo tho production wai not meant to he comical; tho evident purpono of tho writer was (o in to tho phil osophy of her thomo and present a ft profound analytical study of our two Kansas Senate. As a samplo of tho antithetical stylo employed hero is tho following: If Ingallfi has been en! led (lit) volet) of the peo ple, I'liiml) fiiiiy ho called their vote. What will Ingallu May? What will l'liltiib lo? Those art! qiK'NtloiiA asked In a (-rlsls. Jngalto 1.1 regarded partisan becauso ho voices tho fut urn. riiiiul) Inn his flngor on the pulso of tho present. Tho ono Ingallsl l.i a prophet, tho other Iliimt U ft general. One may bo callod h voico crying In tho wIMernesn, (Iio other a hand shaping tho caucus. Tho above conclusions aro tho re sult of ft nil weeks closo, careful study of tho r...

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

TX-xn ADVOOATH 7 passed tho free coinage bill, while thero was every prospect that it would go through tin House with ft hurrah," he w at able to toll precisely what the House would do with it. Now how diil it happen that thero was such accurate Senatorial know ledge of tho outcome several days be fore tho House had taken notion? Thin in a quoslion of far moro intorosr to tho country than tho kind of shav ing soap Senator Infills uses, or tho fact that ho carries a little knife with a corkscrew. Throiujh an oversight wo havo havo thus far failol to direct tho at tention of our readers to tho adver tisement in our columns of thoGrnnd, at Hutchinson, Kansas. Our omis sion, however, has not caused tho ad. any obscurity, as it has shown promi nently for itself. Wo lake pleasure, if somewhat dilatory about it, in say ing to tho brethren of tho alliance that knowledge comes to us from tin indisputable source of tho highly commendable methods of business pursued by this extensive mercantil...

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

0 NO FUSION WANTED. A llth over a mouth ago the people's party organized at Topeka, In less than a month from now it will have held a btate convention, adopted ft platform of principles nnl placed candidates for iitutrt oDkm beforo the people. There la an expression on the part of some leaders and newspapers of tho democratic party in tho state of a desire of unity of action between their organization and tho new party. 1'uaion in not talked of.. It soems to bo admitted that ftiHlon is out of data. Hut there In talk of an endorsement of tho people's party ticket by tho demo cratic rnvhlno In the state, and tho de sire expressed by tho leaders and news pajwra roforod to in that the people's par ty will nominate such ft ticket, In such ft way that the democratic organization can readily endow? it. More than this la an urged Invitation to noniinato certain In dividual for ofllce on the people's ticket, as thoHo who would be Huro to receivo domwratic endorsement. Thero has also been an ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 July 1890

1 ednesn of tho millions, tho htrlngeney of tho money market, tho low price received for fnrm produce, and tho exhorbltant pricvai we have to pay for farming implo taenia, &c, &c, glvo utterance to tlio tdtnntion, such as words cannot describe. The old parties roeogni.o the juntiro of the demands as made by tho People's arty. They recognize the imjortaneo of am early rospon;vn tho part of our legisla tive force, la behalf of the people. Hut notwithstanding all, thoy choose to take Ioltion with tho inoucycil power against tho wishes of tho people; and in ho doing, they practically declare themselves igainst that form of government in which tho BUprenie xiwt Is In tho hands of tho eoplo. In other words they have do dared themselves as opposed to tho noble prlnclploa of free government, as ex pressed in our Constitution, art well as by tho two groat political purlieu of this nation, In tho days of their purity, hut nro now standing with the few against (ho many. And now what In...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 July 1890

10 T2I-XX3 'XX)VOOj!VT23. KLRiniON ' K0!t Jt'DRKH OF THK PIS DtlCT rol'RT. Kuniiiw, for her 100" counties, has tho nervlco of district court Judgea, for which llio people annually pay the um of I'.hVmk), thruo being thirty-five judicial OintrU 1m, ami Sedgwick county has In ad tion to Itfl liHtrict Judge, C. Heed, n judge f tho court of common pleas, which court wa established by the leg lnlattiro of 1WJ. There aro now seven Judges of tho district court who trl umphod over thoir republican competit ors, and they aro in tho following dis tricts: Hecond -Atchison. Tenth -Johnson and Miami. Flftitvnth - Jvwcll, . iMltcb'.'ll, Osborne and Smith. Seventeenth - Cheyenne, Decatur, Nor ton, l'hihlps and Jinwllna. Twentieth -Harton, ltlcc3 aud Htafford. Twenty-sixth -Duller uud tlreonwood. Eleventh Cherokee, Labette and Montgomery. These seven diHtrictn embrace aeven teen counties, nud in tho Eleventh an election occurs In IK'.K). There will le elections next November in live Judicial distri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 July 1890

V, (UMrUOMhK IX IMF, AIXUMK. I am well aware that by many writers of ability tho principle of compromise in scornfully treated an ono of weakness, nritl when resorted to, merely a mean of temporizing. To nu', however, it has an entirely tliiTrrent aspect, for although on any disputed question thero can bo but ono jxtt-iition of absolute rtht mid jnstlci, yet that position will bo oftoner found to bo hetwcon the contending parties than at cither extreme. Aii'l thus when i compromise iK reached It is in all pruba bility nearer tho right than tho attain incut of tho full demands of either side won hi havo been nnd consequently, rest ing more nearly on a foundation of trutli and Justice, in tho inoHt permanent form of settlement; but If tho principle majori ty rulo bo strictly adhered to, tho fact will soon become noticeable that majori ties are constantly changing on many questions, both local anil national, tho conditions of w hich remaining unchanged tho position of right in such a e...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 July 1890

12 OFFICIAL Dir.CCTOJlY. NATIONAL FAir.MFX.tt' AI.LIANCK AND INDCNTKIAL VMOM. President I.. I.. I'olk, Washlm-ton, l. C. VUw Itrnideiit. ...It. M. Clover. Cumhridtfn, Kan. Huretary.. J. H. Turner, WanhlriKton, l. t. 1 TeusureY II. W. llikm;in. 1'mtco, nit. Iseturer Hc.ii Terrell, Wnr,hla;iton, IM. &rrttee i.VKnrtf -Thrco years. It. A. ratty, Bt.ieon, MIhs; two years, Ikjuio MH'rnchcn, , Ark.; oiio yeiir, KA Jones, PuWtn .Ten. JCrerwtre Com wi W. M.-Cuiic. Wantl- Imrtoii, ). C.j Alon.o Wardall, Huron, Mouth Ihtkota; J. Y. Tillman, Palmetto, Tcnn. KANSAS I A KM K US' AI.LIANCK ANI IVDI'MTIilAT. UNION. President II. II. ( lover, Outihrl life, Kan. Vice. President W. II. I'.M.Iti", AiikuhU, Kun. NocreUry I. H. French, Hutchinson, Kan. Treasurer U. Hmuhinim. Jturrton, Khh. rhaplidn J. I. Went, lutterson, Kan. U-iUtwr ,...V.. A. MckinMon, Mcrldcn, Kan. Ait't Lecturer.... Vim I. Fnither, Neutral, Kan. Hoorkcciicr ...J. K. Williams, Iteutley, Kan. Ain't lioorkecncr.. . A. W. Taylor. New...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 July 1890

1 ti y yj PEOPLE'S PARTY STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. TkM Floor Crawford Bulldlnf . Cor. Firth ind lackian. Toi'KKA, Kansas, July llth, lMiW. To tlit hifiiiln'ts of tin' iIHTemit orL':il:illi)iis roiitxslnir tltt remitf' 1'iirl v nt Khikx ir.u.itn,. - ... . , - n..,v...H, v e, your state t oinmitt, have made arrangement! with tho publUhers of Tiiic Advocatk and the h'annan Fanner for a subscription price of emits1 each In clubs of te ti or more for four months to either paper. Thin villi enable ua to keep of ior you uio complete campaign worn in an oiiicuu form, all the atUcku made on our party by the partisan prosa will lo. nrirtwered, and you will Ixi kept thor oughly ioitod on every movement. We feel that this la by far the best means to light our battle and to win our glorious cause. Now, brethren, do not mlua this chance to furniuh vour member! with a nwima ihitt. will - - "-' v v.. v IVH IU- tclligcntly. Nond In your subscriptions at once. We would Bug wist that the amount .. i......

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 July 1890

I A oh1 Kliowliiir ( C, (J. Van Do venter, of tho Kinsman ab stract company, informs ft Lcmli r Cout wr Hcribo that during the punt fit months the ft-lecuM in the oil'tce of the resistor of deeds have exceeded tho mortaon worded to tho amount of Homo lfciO,(KHJ or at the rate of llXXJ a day. This 1h an excellent buowIijk, but if tho cropa of this year now anticipated are realized tho nam months Jn 1M1 will iuak a fur bet ter allowing. Kuiiho4 id rapidly ridding herself of her loud of debt, ami ero many yearn her peoplo will lo able to enjoy in full measure tho fruits of their toil. J.i'(totr.r Uoui u r. Tho writer of thin article know that about ia) jer cent, of the above anrelcd' mortgages were made without tho con aunt of tho mortgagor, while 10 per rent, wero canceled with renewals. Yea, the niortKUffoa aro beluj canceled In thla (Kingman) county, but the editorial An nouncing It ia UHually written by flberlJI Faught, who baa very suddenly became a profuse writer, but whobe edito...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 July 1890

i .... i s I -"-si 15 SANTA FK IIOIJTK. In Kffeet on Mini nfler June 1, 1 WIST KM'NIV Arrivo San l''riiiii'i.K"o Kxnehn. Oklahoma nail i'extt Kxpn'KH, T4M AiitfeloH.t Shu li- eijo Kxprr-w, Uenver Jf Uliili Kxprenn Topcka Kvpn-HH, TOIFK ID. Kilt lit 10.10 il III r.v inn 7.M iii Leave Tdl KK A JO. II) Ik III 10. IS II HI 11. VWim 1.06 lm ii. I.'i in t. lOpUl 4.1)0 p m 7.00 nut ,KAHT ItOUNl). Atlantic KuirrHH I 1..I0 in N York bum .... I f.o; p in Chu'ntro Kxpreioi ( ;!..ri) i in KitiHiiriCily Kxprexrt.. llui vuhh '1'oi KMA, Aivhiik A nr. johki'H. Sun Vfiiftrluln EtprvNN A.ToiMikn, 10.00 il Lfl I'ol. A frlii, l)ioy Iip. " , , 14 . 1 l.r.'J p iu i - - - KxpreH Lome Ticku,, . 4.'JI a in KxpreH " " . . ol,r p n DE3. holtaue, honk s molyase, 0 Villi TOPEKA ;,.. .Eciical anl Siinical INSTITUTE, Make a specialty of all Chronic and Burulcal Dl eaioa. We have pr.ietleed mmllclnn and lurmery here fur fUtaen vents, and during Unit time have treated luccmfully hundred of chronic cases which bad r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 July 1890

10 ' i i i . i 7 i ' 0 .0. 1 Thk Mrcuutila ' knowu n THE UUANP.nt Hutch- iiiffot., is iinqnoHtiortably I Uu' !rj nvsontfttivo Motfol Storo iu tl.w wontem country. Locntwl on Maiu( tftnat, ia a 'JjU Uvroo .kori, buiWinf fiOilM and littwl up with nil modem contrivniicH, it uf fords itfl pfitronM tho j.lonMiro of transacting buuinons with the lxwt of li'ht and in a room BUl.icioi.tlj hr&o to accommodato hundrodrt of pcoplo ( ;tl,Jiii its cuHtomorH. ' "n f To become bottor rifijuiinl'vl rith tbu priicrnl ioopinj of thi.i i txa id Ipf morw thnn ordinary intcre,:!; to thj t!PirH or tlio Jr. A. J. i or. Jf- joininf.; oouutim in ffwwrii., ninco it wan tho proprietors of thin oh- tabliMhmont MoHHrH. Krouch, Sam ii)h ) t Winner who, joiain; ; fordtfl with tho Alliance, havo mado thia U.no County, -. ' I ., ;'yl i Jn TIi in utoro in under tho nianao mont of J. I). Wionor, ono of tho mont expert judgon and competent buyers of good in hit linen. Under hia fjuidnnco this utoro han, ninco it s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

it ..' SI APf jr a j ir i . if m i j i r i O f u Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers Alliance ami Iiulusiiial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. 1. NO. 11). TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY :M, 11190. 1(1 PAOKS. DECLINE OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC. 'J How Products are AUVcted by u Decline of I'rli'cs.- Fees mid Salaries Require More Labor to I'uy Tliun lit Any TIiim' in Thirty Years -Tin' Theory of Supply ami Demand Exploded Decline of Farm Values. JIY W. H. MO KUAN. ISO. IX. The professional politicians nml bond holders, however, aro not the only ones whose intercut it In to have tho present low prices continue, but the Intercut of every man who has a fixed salary or charges a fee for his services is involved in the attempt to pawn any measure of legislation having a tendency to raise tho priced of the products of labor. A lawyer's fee of $50 in 180(1 could havo been paid with tho proceeds from twonty-Hvo bushels of wheat. Now it will take sixty bushels. The $21XX) salary ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

2 who is roLK? K.-(;ovt:ttxoit ray. :i on tub I'KKs- IPKNT 01" TIIK FAl-:.uS' AI.MAM'K. Polk's IVn!itii.ty nnil Itcnr.l-A Ucuteimut In the i'ouU brute Army ami a 1' 'bt Democrat liMlrmtbur Kiiimm Farmers V)W to Vote Nmth Carol In hn hi AKi'lmiU'.nd Mali' A better With Noni H.tr 1 Fuel lu It. Wi- publish tin' r)T i a tin froiif He) (' if .Inly with hcadlbtcx complex In order that our render may bo nuiy inftmiieii oi inc character of Mm attack Unit ha n n madu um onr National President. nmparc, the spirit of II With tlllt Hllllt Of lil'O. Polk' HH'I'( published In our last Issue and Judgo thereby of Hie Char acter of tin two men. - t'ou.) To t lm Editor of the Caiillal. Washington, 1). ('., July 1H. I notice that ono L L. Polk, preHldcnt f tlm National Alliance, and ono llalph lienu mont, styling himself chairman of tho National Legislative committee of tho Knights of Labor, aro out In Kaunas, toll ing; tho farmors wliat to do politically, arnl otherwise. ttlnco those two distinguishe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

3 TAKIKF TALK. How tn holed 1 1 Farmer. Mr. Oorgn ('. Ward in his article, 'J Tow Can We Protect tho Farmer," made some statements, In dcfenso of tho tariff ami trusts, which nro founded upon In complete truths, and can not lo sus tamed by tin true principles of iolItlcnl economy, without the proof that spolia tion in to the heHt Interest of the people and tho prosperity of the nation. I Hhall proceed upon the principle, that when we hxk to tho interest of ail subjects, wo are always compelled to reason Uwn thin maxim, thutftwil culm' results from liherty. We cannot stop at a cause and Ita im mediate effect; for wo know that thia effect may in ita turn become Itself a cause. To judge of n measure, it la nec essary that we should follow it from step to ntep, from result to result, until through tho successive links of tho chain of events wo arrive at tho llnal effect. Mr. Ward Hays, "A tariff is powerless to protect the farmer from conqHitltlon in foreign markets." We will nay that I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

OrnoiAfj Pai-kii or 'ruie Kanwan Statu V A It M jr. m ' A LU A M C S A V V I N I) U HT 1 1 I A V U Mo If . rubllnhcd Kvery Wedneitduy by tho ADVOCATE PUDLISIIIJiG CO. H. MoI.ai.mw. President. ) u,ki.. .J. 1', I.imkhdunkk, Hum. Manager, V,. , , .. W. T. IsitoWN, Hcc'y Tmuurer, f 1 rortt-trsi H McLalmn I f Mum. Annjh I,. Diook i Kdltors TKKMS OK HUDSCUIITION Ono Copy Ouo Year 11.00 Twelve copied one year .Ilfi.oo (,'lnbu o( Twenty copies or over, .ho each. Display Matter, 10 cents per line, Agate meas iiretnent (14 lint to tlio Inch) Iteiullnif Motlc.es, X) cents per lino. Address nil communications to tlio ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topeka Kinui, TOPKKA, KANSAS, JULY .'50, 1889. ( ICntorcd us soooml cIhhh mutter in the Pont Oillco at Topokn, Kanmm.) HVKClAh cmjii list. Tub Aivh'ATk fc National Econom int. .$1.75 " " Chi cutfO Express 1.75 " " Doxtor Froo ProHH 1.75 " Nonconformist 1.75 " KanHan Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toiler 1.85 Sixth district men, havo nothing to lo with Maker, bocauso ...

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