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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

AM.IANCK NOT US. J NOTH'f. TO OI'K I'lUKNIlA: W Will Wcli-olllt' In this milium brief lU'im of news from miI . unions. ? rien.lH lei iih Utile tlil hilftof that w may Kircal tin) K'al Uilliiffi of LIiu kimmI union you mi' nawuj; in your iiurunj. (5. W. McKay has received the nom ination for judgo of tho Two nty-fonrth judicial district by th People's party. Idana Alliance resolved not to support for any oflice, county or state, any man who & not a true Alliance or Knights of Labor member. It. I. Campbell writes success to tho Alliance nnd oilier kindred organizations that have for their object fraternal union and the bonofit of humanity. KockjKirt Alliance.Uooks county.passod resolutions opposed to secret nominations by tho Alliance. They ravor going openly before the public? and nominating a People's ticket. K. If. Cooper, secretary of the (Jar Held Alliance, No. 2."lo, writes that bin Alliance ban endorsed tho action of tho Hill City Convention ami will heartily tmpport Its ca...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

KX-f.'OVMlNOtt (RAWFOKD WIUTKS A MClTKIt. Ex-Governor Samuel J. Crawford, who holds n fat office by tho grace of tho republican party, dooms it his duty to como to tho rescno of tho faniou.i rl2,(KK) in Knns.'ts. Ho ha;i hoard that "ono L. L. Folk, president of tho national alliance, and ono ltalh Beaumont, styling himself chairman of tho national legislative committee of tho Knights of Latar," havo boon talking to tho farmers of Kansas; and that tl.ey, poor innocont souls, having como to boliovo tho heresy that tho war of tho robollion is ended, woro committing tho un pardonable sin of going by tho thou nand to listen to thono mon. Ho thcroforo dooms it necossary to en lighten their doludod minds by show ing thorn tho dangerous character of tho men and how they aro imposing upon tho peoplo and robbing thoni of their hard earned dollars. With roforenco to tho personal in sinuations of dishonesty and coward ice, wo shall not speak until wo can speak with authority. Although thoroughl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

tho most beautiful city in America. Hut tho only point wo had failed to discover is tho jomt of npplien tion of nil this industry, anil all this devotion to tho District of Co lumbia, to tho needs of Kansas and tho nation at laro. True, Wushinft ton has boon transformed from a ma larious l0 to a magnificent city, and it has taken millions of tho people's money to pnvo tho streets, adorn tho parks, and erect tho statues and mon uments. Of course, homo person of luxurious taste was needed to super vise. Senator Infills has doubtless done his part. Would it ho out of placo to surest that tho industrious servant of tho District of Columbia bo permitted to ivo all his time to tho beautifying of his surrroundiiitfs? It must bo wearing on tho Kansas Senator to bo compelled to keep up a pretense of representing?) Kansas. If our readers can stand a trillo moro of tho valuablo testimony of this cor- roHjiondent, wowillolTer tho following as photographing tho kind of room in which Senator Inga...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

"WHO IS CRAWFORD?" CRAWFORD AND HUDSON VH, I'OLK AM) I'.ICAIMONT. "Tho Lord' (Side' in 111711 Ik Ihr Hide of Demagogues nml Ifetscgfiile In ll(!h-A Few Things for the People to think About. Totlio Editor of Tiik AiVocatk: I have rend, with interest and regret, the eiivftgo and unjiiHt attack of Ex (Jov ernor H. J. Craw ford on President L. L. Polk, of tho Farmers' Alliance, and Mr. Ralph Pcnuntont, of tho Knights of La bor. Yet, since tho grout popularity of them faithful and able leadora and tho desperate condition of tho people's eno mlos have mado this savngery soem to tho latter ncccfmary, tho choice of a tool to do thin dirty work wan a good one; and tho choice of Major Hudson's paper, tho Cajrittil, as tho vehicle to convoy tho garbage, was most oppropriato. In both war and isditics, It sometimes happens that nu unscrupulous enemy de al roa tho accomplishment of a list of savagery, which ho does not denim to ho held directly responsible for. Thuft, In 1780, tho traitor, Ponedl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

champion pugilists! Then came Ingalls and Voorhoes! Ati'l even the ajKHdatc old demagogue, Crawford, in nut, now, shy his rnHfor Into the ring! Hut, thank heaven, the fanners and laboring peoplo, with their plows, harrows ami shovels, arc fast filling the yawning chanm of blood, hpito aii'l prejudice, ami the 'ordi.nl greetings and fraternal hand shakings aro multiplying all along tho lino, In Hpite of tho Cutalinos who wouM ruin a nation In order to gratify their personal ambitions! "h there riot some eluwen ciirsc, home hlililni lliuiuler In llii' sluri'H if lieawn, I'. d Willi miroiiinmri wrath, to MaM. Hi.' man Who ones Ills Kiiiitiii'si to his country's ruin?" Kespectfully yours, John Davis. Junction City, Kan., July 2I, lMtK). ItM'kHon Coimly lo Hit Front St nunc for h IVKplo' Tlekel. Tho Jackson County Alllaneo met in regular session July 10. After trans acting some business tho ipicntlon of endorsing the Pooplo's party movement caino uj) for Action. There wan a motion made a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

10 iNCItKASKI) KXI'KXSKS OF STATIC OOVFKN . MK.NT. , Tho Hlato if Kaunas In thc-hiht decade from 1 WO to lS'JO hart increased in IIh lKiuhtlou forty per cent. Not withstand liv( the popular demand for retrench ment in public oxponditures and for re forms in ovtrniniit, tho expenses of tho btate government have more than kept pace with tho population of the state during the ten years last pant. In vorlll catlon of tho foregoing averment, tho fol lowing comparisons aro Instituted on tho appropriations inudo for th Usual yearn ending Juno 1HM0, and Juno :J0, 1WM), to winch a m st careful examination id mtpwtftilly solicited by tho people of this common wraith: HTATK DKI'AKTM KNTH, AITItontlATloNH, okmcks. !. Ih:k). Coventor I .nh in.'.') H'Tt't;iry of Hlatu 7.W. t.'f Auditor ,!KKt Treasurer 7, mi Il.cno Attorney (;.'iiri ul a, wo 7,.!oo Hup't I'ulille Instriiellon,, 4,m) 7,M) Hupmiw Court 1 1. ::' 'm,h jMstiictCoiut .tiuigcH avwio w,mt AdlutaiiUieiicral aV.mo JCilli'iKiil ('oiiiiiiInnI...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

CORUKSrONDEXCL ll( HI. I Nil AM I'., !!!-, July 10. Kditoii Advocate: Thro will a an iiil iuucf! picnic hold at Mahoticy'a grove, ttlireo miles northwest of Scranton, Osage county, Kansa, on August IH, lA'.H We hope to secure some of the bent speakers the state can aiTord, and a running time 1.1 anticipated. ( mo one, come nil (alli ance pcojJo especially) kh your baskets fuM. It. S. MoNTOOMKKY, fcWroUvy I'loamint Valley l A. A I. l, JW 17t. Wau.aci:, Kan., .July !S, lS'.X). Kditou Advocate:- 1 want to toll you what a treat the alliaiico of 'Wallace muitly recclved.ori thejth ofjjlulyjjit lit Captain It. H. Osborne, of O.sborno nwinty, was with us ami delivered the best address we over listened to, and did 'much good for the order. Wo think In id a speaker who should ho kept In the Hold until tho battle Is over. lie carried with him tho best wishes of all who met him, both In and out of tho alliance. Ho is au eloquent and able speaker with tho tcourigo to speak on tho Issues of tho ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

OFFICIAL DlftECTOKY. iV.lTlONAI. FAIl'IICitS' ALLIANCK ANI INDVXTWAL UNION. Trr . !Jcnt U U Folk, WaahliiKtsui, I). C. ! m I ri.!,(Mit....l. 11. Clover, ram)n!t'e, Kan. V r ,:.ii y I. H, T'rnT, XUuU'ivvMm, l. C. ?irurr II. r. lllrkm.tn, Mix loo, Mo. L, u n-r Hon T-rr'-.ll, Wastdni.ton. !. ii.A ntfii C'ouarU-Threo year, K. A. ratty, Jlimni, Mititi; two year, Ixaao MeCneken, , At.j ww 3ff.tr, JCvaa Jones, Iul Itri.Toi, SLtrciJim CiimmrJi:t-t W. AeCuno. Wanh Ifrvn, I). 0.; Alonro Wardill, Huron, Kouth IvJ.oU; J. V. Tillman, Palmetto, Term. 3UNSAS FA It MK KM' ALLIANCK AND INDUHTItlAL UNION. rmi-Mait IJ. I(. Clover, Cambridge, Knn. XkA ITsftMriit W. II. JliddV, AuKunta, Kan. Mi rrdAry .f. H. Freneb, lIutHilriMon, Kan. Ivenniirer II. Hani' Moan, Ittirrton, Kan. (Ti.inialri J. I'. Went, I'altorHon, Kan. Iwtunir K. A. IlckliiNoii, Merlden, Kan. .Ain't Liettircr.... Van 1. rrntlicr, Neutral, Kan. ao VM'M-r J. It. Wlillanm, Hentley, Kan. AWt loorkcciK,r...A. W.TavIor, Newton, Kan. !r;t't at ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

13 I I3B ADQTJAI tTniiQ PEOPLE'S PARTY. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Third Flior Cnlcr4 Building. Cur. Filth and Jackson. Tovrsa, KanrtuH, July lltli, 1h:h). To the iiu'ihImtj of the different orinlaltoim eonipo-diiK th iVople's 1'iirty of Kansas, Hin-tlnif : We, your state committee, have made arrangement with the publluhura of Tint Advocate and the Ktinnm Varmtr tor a subscription price of 25 cent ea h In clube of ten or more for four months to either paper. Thin will tumble us to keep Ixifore yon tho complete campaign work In au oillcial form, all the attackti made, on our party by the partluan preHu will bo iiiiBwerod, and you w ill bokeptthor- curtly pouted on every movement. We feci that this Is by far tho bent moins to cut Iv.'Jh and to win our glorloun cause. Now, brethren, do not mlus this chance to furniwh your members with a means that will enable them to vote In telligently. Hend In your subscriptions at once, We would Buyout that the amount nocei'mary bo taken from your gen...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

!4 HANTA VK KOUTH. TOTKKA TIME TAULK. Ia Effect on nnd after June 1, l.M). THAXS. Smi frrnnotKco iixpretta. Oklahoma and ToKfW Kiprees, Ih Aiur les it San DU .' cu'O Kupmai, Denver .v Utah Kxprens Topcka Exprcnx, W1WT HOUND. Arrive ToncifA IOUUhm 10. 10 ft in ll..'I5(im 1J.W pm 7.. W m KAST-1IOUNI). TOI'KV A lu.nnm 10.15axu ll.riftin 1.05 pin Alwmt.io l'!)iir(Mi Nw York Impress.,.. Chicago Express , Kansas City Express., (1. 10 pin r.o.r p in a. to p i4 . 15 pin 5.10 pin 4.00 pm 7.00 it in Pktwkjcs Toi'kka, Atoiuhon ex. johhii. Kan L'rancisco ExproHS A. Topoka, 10.(X) it in Col. A, Sun Diego Kip. " 4 ll.ft'J p in Express ,l!)xpronH , Leave Topekn, . . 4.20 a in , " " (U5pm - CALL ! OK A STATE CONVENTION. In pursuance of a rcMoIutlon adopted by the couvcniion aiMcinuicu ai m state noime in io pcka on Thursday, the WM day of J unit, isyrt, which com ciil kiii was compoicd of delegates from the Farmer' Alliance and Industrial Union, tho Farmers' Mutual Henetlt Association, tlni Patrons...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

TI-IX3 JVDVOCTIX 15 Farmers' Alliance Insurance Conway OTP Full Information on Application to Fred Jackson, Scc'y, Mol'li-itr-Mon, Ivumh. F5TT ) I AS r v- : ... INVALIDS, NOTICE ! The Auburndale Sanitarium, at Topcki Kansas, is the Placo Where You May Enjoy Yoursalf and Recover Health. Thoroughly ei-nlppcd for the treatment of all Chronic mid Hereditary Diseases, both Medical IIIUI Mirgicai. Nasal Catarrh Irtatod free from d.'MU) 11:30 11. in. dully. The Famous Auburnrfal Solter Snrlnq Is In con ncetlori with this I iike.1I i it liii. and Is enual to any S-ltt'r In tli world. Tin- use of tills water us n beverage and for bathing has alone performed many ii'in.ii kal-le cures which have battled med ical skill. This water Is bottled and shipped to an puns or mo u. is. (SimmI hoard ami rooms can In1 had at reason able tali's, ricasaiit locat ion and beautiful seen cry, Write for further information. W. I". II A 1,1.. M. I.. Proprietor. VM. TAYLOU, M. !., Surgcon-ln Chief, SPECIAL NOTIC...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 July 1890

IC R l,rri' a rou' L r-.i ji m MUUU1 WlUiU. Tint Mercantile Ktiablislanciit known rh THK (HtAND, at Hutch inwn, in unquptiticnfiUy tho rap rtvj'intativo Motlol H-oro in this wcjitorn country. Loc&tttl on Main Htnwt, in a lino thrwj story building COillW nntl JUUil up with all modern contrivance it af fords ill patrons tlio pleasure of transsctintf bmincRH with tho bent of liht Rnd in a room sufficiently largo to accommodate hundreds of poop la without inconveniently crowding end jontlintf its cu.'itomers. To becomo bettor acquainted with tho gonoral Vooptnga of thin fctoro k of more than ordinary interest to tho members of the F. A. & I. U. of Kono county in particular and tho ad joining conation in general, sinco it wn tho proprietors of this es tablishment MosHra. Krouch, Sam noli & Wiener who, joining forcoa with tho Alliance, havo made this "The Fakubvh' Alliance Stoiix" of llono County. Thin store is under the manoo mont of J. I). Wiener, one of the most expert judg...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

mi i --7 " s fA 41' fit WW f7 a ,-,0 Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. I. NO. 50. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, AIJUUST G, 1800. 10 PAGES. "WHO IS POLK?" A 1MAVE SOLDIFJt AND AN HONKST MAN. The C'ltllly 81da of the Log:, the Default s Commissioner of Agriculture aud Other Calttinnlf.il Eefuted-Kx-Governor Crawford Convicted of Jfalh loiu FalilioodThe Kan tan Claim Ac'iit Chief of the Washington Bureau of CaIniunlesfJeiaator Ingalls IjW IHfatedCol. Folk's Vindication Complete Now Let Us Have the Lie Next lu Order. To the Editor of This Aovocatk: ' Ralkniii, N. G, July 30, 1890. The chargoa ore outrageously falae. Col. Polk's record ia as clean us any man'a He was a vory young man ut tho begin ning of the war, but won even then a man of Influence in his section. lie was a whiga Btrocg uulon man, and made the last union speech that was ever made in his county. He voted for North Carolina to remain In the union, but...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

1 tx-xs ADVO 0 jtVXEL .iMrojtTixrK ok couinrr i-.dccation. A lecture delivered hrforc members of Mor ton County Alliance: Tho nwHiiiIty of ' 1 Mion seems to l fully real.'wland it I nisidored to be of the greatest ImpcrL.. ''. to the f utlro human family through . ' the ways of life, and thn t'Vportunithi i 'cred . all residents of oc. a line edukt!ou vnllowcr L , i toiu i ' 7 jut miri "! by t, rtihor state Itv, t.' i Union.''. ur fn school ty-itom lii ft , d ucc "tid j Its in,ruvir1!"1,,'K' A t('ii(f'l wlth rare accomplish men aroompl. . , a t,nd tho doors of tho ),.,' iw well iu ..io com mon school, am thrown open and a cor dial Jv-tV.'M eer?rW mo t'i' t, nil ifv'"4 Biiry a... each oiw to u.' end tho hill of science, roach tho summit and gather laurels If thy will only persevere. Our children should bo, and are taught tho fundamental princlph of tho various Bclencou iii the common school, and how very Important that tho princi ples taught there ho correct, for tho Ideas cultivated...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

n-m ADVOOAT 3 CH)NKL POI.K WHO II K IS. After rending in tho Cijilil an art.l nuking "Who in Polkf we at once made a clipping nml Kent It t a eltlen of North Ourollaa. C Vlonl Polk w'a not duo la Washington for several days and we 'ntortainrtl doubta an to whether our national president uoold anower f'x publication tho article lu uuokUou. We give the reply of Mr. LJimd, which t f foctually disuses of Mr. Crawford and his article: ' "In answer to 'Who Is Polk?1 I would say ho la one of natureV noblemen. He opposod flecM'Hnion, and, llko many others lu the south, by luit heads haa never been fully forgiven for it. Tho charge that ho was not a good soldier or a bravo on conies with had grace, after the repeated honors that tho boyH In gray extended to him by promotion and election by hid comrades to a neat, in tho legislature of North Carolina. ' Tho falwity of tho chnrgee against hw character uro bent shown by tho fact that bin bitterest enemies have never charged that he wiw dlHhonoH...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

I J I I 'T ' " " - OrricuL I' Ai r 3i or tiijc Kahmas Static JfAUMKHfl' Al.UA KC AMD IfllM TUIAL U W rul;UJvl ISvery Wednesday by trie ADVOCATE nSLISi!I"!G CO. H. l.h I.ai.i i y, PrH.1d.it, 1 H,,irt i. 1". LiMKiiL UNnn, I. iik. Manager, , , , V. T. linowm, tt.w'y Tieuauwr, 1 roprieior - Man. Annik I Dm Kdltori TKUM.H Oif KUOMCItirriOM Orto Copy OiwYMf 51.03 I wrlvo niii twin year .no.w Cluba of i wii(y uii .. or over, 9.m vuc-n, Display Matter, 10 rents mt line, Ajpitw meas- lU.lilt5l (14 Ull'tH 10 till) IJMil) Kenwtlirtf Notices, 'iO cnnl pr line. Addren nil communications to thft aijvocatj pueuskixq co. Tjpk Kansai. TOPEKA, ICAN3AB, AUGUST (1, 1830. ( ICntorfd m mwxm J claim mattr la at Tubulin, Katun.) tha l'ont Ttia Advooati A Natioxinl Economist;. .$1-75 " Udcnsjo Liii nwi 1.75 " M Doitor Frixi 1.75 " 4 Nonoonformwi 1.75 " Ktmiad Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toilor 1.85 " " Kflwua Fartnor 1.75 ODU CATUHDATKM. For Conj;rin. BHoiit District A. K. Al.I.KN, Sixth District WM. HAK Kit, Sev...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

m-ZT3 ABVOOATS TIIK TWO AMJANt'KH. Tho Abilino lb'jlector considers it Tory unfortunate that tho Kansas al liances rdionld havo attached them fiolvea to iho aouthorn rather than tho northern alliance; and in thia opinion thoontiro partinan jifwiu of Kins.H will undoubtedly coincide. Tho won derful Hyrnjmlhy of thotio journals for tho alliance of oourno accounts for thin oitremo aolicitudo. Thoy havo bo much anxiety for tho buccohh of tho alliance and iU principles that it is perfectly natural that they nhould manifest thoir intercut in itn welfare by no many friendly (?) demonstra tions. It in unquestionably unfortunate for tho tlcmngoguoN and nhyaterH that havo manipulated tho ioliticn of tho country in tho pant that not only Kansas but Dakota havo united with tho Houtheru alliance, and that in all probability tho othors will do bo in tho near future. Thin union of the northern and southern nlliancoa is rapidly wiping out tho sectional prej udice and hatred that haa kept tho peoplo...

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

0 oru roSITIO.V'OKFINEO. , There appears to to no litt!) imxio iy jusoino quarters that The Advo- Ci'i'K fhall declare its position upon certain questions, definitely and fully. Having been solicited to do thin per sonally and by hiter; and having no objection to making such declarations i:A will define our jmiition positively mid unmistakably, wo nhall comply r..i fjtlly ae pessiblo at this time). Having bem identified vith tho re publican party in its , uarly struggles for political supremacy, always hav ing believed that , tho great conflict bet worn tho north nnd the south was conducted to a successful termination laredy through' tho' patriotism of that party,' partaking in a largo measure of the prejudices common to tho pcetploas a .result of ,tho great struggle; tho influences that have) deprewod tho industries of tho coun try having been so applied as to sev curo thin depression by so gradual a process that its succosaivo steps wero alinont imperceptible ut the time, liko man...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

7 Jlft. IlJlAnFIKMrs TIU'K KSTIMATK OK COL hI,K. The following is from Josoph Urid field, tho prominent North Carolina republican," who is fljiokon of by tho republicans of bin district as n proba ble candidate of bin party for Con gress, and whoso. interview in pub lished ti tho Topekrt Capital 'in con noetion with ex-(lovoruor Crawford's letter, The interview in ho used au to place Mr. Bradiield in n false light, and thin letter wjll correct tho hh impression nought to lo convoyed by tho Capital, Mid nt tho same timo af ford our readers a correct estimate of L. L. Tolk by a political opponent, who speaks from the prsnnal kjuowl odgo of a lifetime, ""Of such stuff, as the Crawford letter ' my its accom panying falsehoods is the campaign literature of tho republican party comtKwed. Will tho Capital publish this letter of Mr. Dradiiold and thus givo its readers this gentleman's truo estimate of Col. Polk? ,, , Governor Crawford, in his anxiety to servo hw nuuiter and merit a con tinu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 August 1890

a an rrAatK, vakiaru rounact lion. Jam. a It. Hallowell, of Wichita, hxi rrcxlvcd tho republican nomination fcr rrK.f.'iilvo in CotireM from the Seventh district of Karimwi, to suoceod Hou. Parallel It Petan, whoso pl-too Hnl lo ( !1 H.tj'8 he lii to tails. Mr. Hnllovull Las served in both brunches of the K&cow legislature and wan United States district attorney for Ka!:i9 tii succenH.or to Hon. Ceorgo It. Peck, who abdicated the ofllee bo as to )curo a very needful voto for Senator Iflgnlltj when r lictftj tho second time to the. flenato In 1875. For twenty years Mr. Hallowoll has been before tho Kin Ban pople, find bis political history has beon bo che'iuerwl that It were well that a more moiety of it were placed bo-fore the iturdy yocmanry who rcslda In the thirty Boven counties of the Seventh Con- gresBioniil district. A CIIEIIOKBR COUNT STATESMAN. The county of Cherokee baa been uomewhat mixed In its politico, and bo haa Mr. HalloweH's varied .with them In n period of a few...

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