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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

UKPntLICAN KTIUCS AS KXTOl NlKI II Y TIIK IDOL OK TIIK 1'ARTY, JOHN JAM FX IN (2 ALLS. Tho puriticatiori of politiert irt an irridos cout dream, (lovornniont is force. Poli tics iii n battle for mi promacy. Partic aro tho ariui.H. TIIK DKCAI.t MilJK AND TWO COLDKN' HULK 1IAVU NO l'LU'K IN A POLITICAL CAMIWKiN. Tim object irt HiuTiinH. To defeat tlio antagonist mi J expel tho party in power U tho purpose. Tho republicans and democrat uro M irre concilably oppoHod to each other ax won (Irant ami Lnt in tlio WildcrnoHM. Thoy use ballots instead of k'uim, but tlio struclo in itrt unrelenting and desperate, and tho result Homjlit for tho Hitiuo. IN WAU IT IS LAW FUL TO DKCKIVK TIIK ADVHKSARV, TO HIKK IIKSSIANS, TO PUUCIIASH MKUOKNAHIKS, TO MUTILATK, TO TO KILL, TO DKSTKOY. TIIK COM MANDKlt WHO LOST A HATTLK TIIUOlKill TIIK ACTIVITY Ol-' MS MORAL NAT 1 1 UK WOULD UK THK DKRISION AND JKST OF IIISTOItY. Interview publinhod in tho Now York World, April 1:1, IK'.H). Tho old RoinaiiH had a Hay...

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

o 310K1C YUJJANYMK. IIKMITMIKK TIIK Ah ft Hpocimon of tho political Method of tho republican party in tho malicious vililication of private character, and tint entire want of hon vnty und regard for tho principles of common justice, wo introduce tho fol lowing from tho Capital of August 20th, and tho Lawrence Journal Tribune ot th 27th: Tin) Limed i!lmiunrin In (mo rested holds over the other TM newspapers In Hut Mali'. It known who Jtlghtinlrn In. "Klghtmlro," ex claims tho ('liroiiDHCDji,', "That name sounds familiar. O yes, ho In Hid man that was 1m I U l 1 In I'awnco county fur lit tt-m pi liif? to swindle tin! fanners on a drive well point scheme. Count to think about It, one of tho pawnee county I J -Kates to tint convention that nominated lilui fur chief Justice wax on Hid grand Jury that Indicted lit THAT Tit UK? IK NOT, WIIV NOT? Home yean ago Mr. Klghtnilro, tho people's candidate for chief Justice, was Indicted h I'aw iico county for swindling tin farmers on a drive well ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

J ) i KKMIRKAF.LK. In is;:i tin 1,-rnu'i is departed fmin ihelrcon StltlltloU.il pinlllhlll'ill .Hid filtered til.' political arena. Tlic) cried out hltterly aualiist low pilet for the fanner, liarl times :i:ul too crcat crop' orn w;is hui ncd in places for fiii'l. 1 itttl ri-i-t ly tlii' ruli' nf I'rovldcnco In 'mmiiIIiik lioiintl cropHilud III til II t !.LI 1 1 halVC-dS, WIH condemned and tin- eoinplalncrs proposed to Improve iijmhi Hod's methods ami do things U In pinl oi'ilc anil to lln f.iniiciV pecuniary Interests. Ih not year, IsTl, eame l i m 1 1 1 1 . urasshopiicrs ami fliliirli lilies, ami tin1 farmers hail no cause t rail at tin' K'od Father f'r semlinn too liountlful a season, In Isn'.i '.hi the fanners alliance entered much tlio saiiui I'ouiplalut against tin' Filler of tin cai tli ami heaven, for scmlum such an Immense i Top of coin as to rulu tin market , and tliey pi o- pose to Improve upon Heaven's pivernnienl Their lecturer advised to use coi n for fuel, to plant, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

TUT, JDVOOA OUH CAN 1)11) ATKS. Tl (.'lumen I'utltTH of tho 1'urly Who Tlu-y Art', w. II. DIDOMC, tho people's candidate for state treasurer, wan born of Welch ami English parent age In Brown county, Illinois, In 181. and was reared on tho farm, with tlio educational advantages uHimlly enjoyed Jy farmers' Bonn In tho rural districts. He enlisted as n private in Company C, 27th Illinois infantry, In August, 18UI, when sixteen years of agf and served a llttlo over three yearn. Ho wan wounded through tho mouth and neck at tho bat tle of Mission Ridge, November li.r, 1HG3, and again in tho Bhouldor at tho slego of Dallas, (la., in May, 1981. Mo watt married to Elia It. Iteid in IH(J7, and In 1801) movod by wagon to Kansas, first mottling noar Neosho Falls In Woodson county. In tho spring of 1872 ho moved to tho claim ho now oc cupies near Douglas In Butler county. He Joined the M. E. church In VorHailrt, Ml., in 1803, and ban Hinco romained a member. Mo was twlco chosen to ropro Bout hl...

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

9 COUUESrONDENCE. AU-hlnou (.'ytiuty, Norton villk, August HO, Tho next meeting of tho farmers alli ance and industrial union of Atchison county will ho heUi at Ellingham on Wednesday, September 10, lN'.H), com mencing ut 10 o'clock a. m. Lot every "nub" In tho county see that thoir delega tions attend. A. J. Wiutk, County President. Paoi.a, Kan., August 20. 1'lniToit Adoooatk: The people In this county (Miami) arc well satisfied with our state ticket, and will give it a larger voto than was ever given to any other ticket in tho history of tin.' county. Mori by tho hundreds w ho have never voUh! heretofore only for ont'or tho other of tho old parties havo como out solidly for thoir interests and will voto with us. There aro hut few lines IuTiik Advocatk I do not road every week. It ought to havo a circulation of at leant 200,000 in tho Htato. Iu. J. II, Oystkr, Chairman People's Party, Miami Co. Lyons, Kan., August 27. Editor Advocatk: The people' party of Kice county will meet In d...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

10 TJL-XJJ -i1I"V"00-i.T3uI. COURKHroXDKNCK. C.I.KN KlDKIl, AllUHtaiJHiJO. Y.u. Advocatk -At 11 regular meeting of Washington Allianco No. 1)72, th fol lowing reuolutlons were adopted: Resolved. Thiit willi charity to all and iQftlico toward none, wi foi l it our duty, in juntico to our.caiihc, to withdraw our sup port from all state and county papers an tut'oniutio to our order. Unsolved, That our secretary in hereby in- Htructod to Mend a cony of these resolutions to tho Kansas Herald and Advocatk for publication. .Ioiin K.dc.k, President .1. (!. Hiht, Secretary. McHai.k, AngiiHt er, lm Ed. Advocatk 1 will write you n few linen If you will give it Hpaco In your pa per. The alliance Ih doing good work. Brother Baker spoke In our little town of Plain vilh. lie made lotrt of friends when hero. Can we nominate u lawyer for county attorney outside of tho alli ance? AiiHwer in your paper. Yours In V. L T., John Bosh. Answer, yes. Dovioit, Kan., August 5. Editor Advocatk: -Please, announ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

that were nominated by the ptplH party tit Topeka. I want to cull their attention to tho fact tlmt tin great martyr Abraham Lincoln, tho leader of tho once republican party, was of oijunl obscurity. Also that the great and illustrious U, S. (rant wan an humble and obscure tanner at the breaking out of the great rebel lion. It is really amusing to see tho way they deplore, and pity us fur throwing away our chances of success by making such unwise selections for our Htate ticket. What a great pity that we did not leave the selections to them. If we are defeated it ia our own fault for not doing ho. Well, I am afraid that I am taking up too much of your valuable s pace, ho I will utop for this time. Kki iikn Hownk, County President. Notice to Fou rlh llUttl. t. W. H. ltoHH, lecturer of the Fourth Congressional district, will go wherever deal red to lecture in the district. Ad dreHH him at Burllngame. Fifth JUtrlt I tur.r. J. I). Cooper, of I)el hoH, Kansas, lee turer of the Fifth Congr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

12 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. N AT I O N A L I A It M I : I tV A 1. LI A N C 10 A N 1 INIM MTU! Al. I N ION. l'ri'hlili-iit I.. I. folk, Washlmlon, D.C. Vice President. . .11. II. I :iovcr. ( 'iiiiiIm IIk K.'tn. Boerctary J, II. Turner, Wiuhliiuton, l. ('. Treamirer II. W, Hickman. Puxlco, Mo. lit'i-iurcr Hm Terrell, Washington. IM Kri'ntthu: ( 'innwil Three years. It. A. hilly, Macon, MIhm; two yearn, Iwuwt Mccracken,--, Ark.; one yr;ir, Kvan .Jones, lMililln .Tux, Knvutivt Commlttir.-i',. VV. MH'ium. WhhIi Imtori, D, ('.; A Initio VVardall, Huron, Hoiilli Dakota; J. 1', Tillman, Palmetto, Te nit. ICANHAS PAIIMICK.H' ALMAN( K ANI INDUSTRIAL UNION. President II. II. Clover, Cambrldiro, Kan. Vice President W. II. I'.ld.llo, Auimsla, Kan. Hecrclary I, H. 1-Hmh Ii, Hutchinson, Kan. Treasurer II. Uaui'limun. llunlon, Kan. Cluiilalri I. P. Went, Patterson, Kan, I,ecttirer V.. A. Dickinson, Mcrldcn, Kan. AnH't lecturer.,,, Van II. Prattler, Neutral, Kan, Ixstrkcipcr I, IC. Williams, lleutley, Ka...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

I IE AE50 U" AITEIia PEOPLE'S PARTY. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Third Floor Crawford Building. Cor. Fifth and Jaclmon. ToricKA, Kansas, July 11th, lM'.K). To Hie iiu'mU'isof thi' different orn .inl.atlons coniiosliu tint I'eoide's Tarty of Kansas, greeting: We, your state committor, have made arrangement)! with the publishers of Tiik Aovocatk Mid the Ktinsan Farmer for a subscription price of 'J.p cents mv in clulxi of ten or more for four months to either paper. Thin will enable us to keep before yon tin complete cumpmri work In an ollli ial form, all the Ht.ta Uh made on our party by the partisan press will lie answero'I, ami you will lo kept thor ouhly pont4l on every movement. Wo feel that lids Is by far the beHt mean to lltflit our battlo ami to win our glorious cause. iNow, brethren, do not iuIks thin chance to funiinh your members with a mean that will enable them to vote in tellitfently. Hend In your subscriptions at once. We would surest that the amount noeoMiiury be taken fr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

14 LIST OK A I'I'OI NTM ICNTS. M. W. WILKIN. iiirokn (barbecue) -Sept. 8. jJatea county, Mo.-Sjt. .'). RALPH KKAdMONT. Eureka-Kept. 8. Kewery (evening) Hcjt. H. Cowley county -Hept. 10. Stafford - Hopt. 12. NikerHOii-Hcnt. '. 1 lutca county, Mo.-Hept. HlackllillH, i)ftk.-Oct. 2-11. New. AnuorHon, of IopoknfwlII nn Bvvf r calla to Hpuik to fiwwllnh pwple in their own tongue upon the Ibbuob of tho penpple'B party wherover bin Bervici may 1)0 detiirori for that purpowo. Tonus $l.f0 pr day and exponaoa. If thon aru nnv Hw(vlih Bcttlemcntrt In the vicinity of any of our nlllancen, thoy may do n littlo good inlnjJonary work by vt tin; Mr. AndorHoti amonnt thorn. To tl Mflmhertt of County Ontritl Com mil Ice of IU Ntuffi. For tho good of the order wo would mout reapectfully roquont that you tako the micemiary Htipfl to organize tho county by having a member appointed for each township, ward or induntrUl organize tion in your Hoveral countiea whero no Biich action lnta already been taken, i...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

Farmers' Alliance Insnraacc Company OF ICANDA3. Full Information on A licntiii to Fred Jackson, Sec'y, M1 'hTHoii, ICuiiM. "TJNITICD JEUT-A.TinCJ BUG M Ifl SlH mm money to incmhcrs at 3!4 per rent. Address A. (iALITZIN. Linporla, Kiin." Please mention Tiik Altvoi'A t'K. For Handmade Farm Harness AMUtKSH OSCAJt KJfcAUSS, Jobber and Manufacturer ol saddlery Goodt No. 224, Kansas Anoniio, Topcka, Kansas. Special attention mlvcn to mull orders, lai'uc or Hinall, lor anytliinu: in thcllue of Saddlery, l.i-ul It er, Wiix, Thread, Needles. A wis, etc, SI :ile what you want and I furnish prices. MeiiMoil AliVix'A I K. Y 1. :" 'A IXLWIND MILL OVER 20,000 IN USE. Tin1 Company having dispensed with travel I n k Hali'Hiiit'ii, w til ap point reliable lo cal ai:ents, Pur- elinsliiij; ni;eiit.Hof AllUuw urtr fit-til. Send for Catalogue dcscilhtlve of Power Enflinfls. Shoilon, Grinders, Pump Pipes, Tanks, Etc. Also Valad T)iihk i:im TirM-Shd Win d The Phelps & Bigelow Wind Mill Co., 12)5 West ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

THU .A.D'VQa.A.TH. .1 BUSH G HOUSE HUNTING, HJI.IJSMNO AM) ISINDINCJ. JLIFFORD C. BAKER, Prop., - Topoka, Kan. Kansas City Stove Works. Ck.nth: If selling Ktovi H, wo think wo run make you such prices iih will secure nt least 11 por- n of your trade, lfnol tho whole. Wo make a mil line or nwklng moves, Heating Miovcs ami :n'-i; nave a l;n k stock hiiu can nil onier prompuv. Yo shall In; pleased to iiioti' pi lees. ( iin we lii'iir from you? YoUIN AC, KANSAS CITY STOVE WORKS. ; BENNETT & SR 3 Topcka, Kan., i'lio Leading Western Imortors ami Itrecdors of lyaesaaie, T 1. Clovcland Bay AMI (; I-Vcnch Coach Horses. Also Importer uiul Itrcedcrs of if.nktArnil Hnrofnrd fialilfi 1 11 ' rr.:.i3 to suit purcmasef 3. Send f;r Illustrated catalogue, Stab'es town. i;. m:Ni: it & non. ' rift lift MM .iM tl h U PLJ1FLCI wm ! I'. ffcy"' Best Oil TauiicJ Leather AND f 7a J Best Stcol Wire t' . j L.J loose In tlio pasture lluiii to bo tied up. This Is ' i mors, to wi'im calves ami colts ami k...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

V V k ( '(! H ? o V 7 7 i o ... - . -i o Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Or nations. vol. n. no. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPT EM' It till 10, 1890. 10 PAGES. SKNATOIt IN(J ALLS' ARDUOUS MITIKS As 4lt ul ruin ii of the Senate I'ommlttcc on the, IMntrlrt or Columbia. To tlio IMltor of Til k AnvofATK: I obHcrvo that ono Mrs. Huntley, In casting about for something for which to praise Ingalls, has inailo a discovery that It In hla scrvieo an chairman of tho com mittee on tho I)ltrict of Columbia that bo occupies Ilia tlmo that ho can not bo stow any on tho farmers of Kansas. As bIui says: "The 1 lst rlt-t ban no reprcHcntatlvo In Con Kress, imil every charter for this or that Improve inont Ih obtained from Croiwcss, iuhI tho le liiiintlrt on lil i time from Mils source ulono can belter be IiimkIiiciI than counted." Without stopping to consider why it Is, and how far Senator Ingalls la respon Biblo for tho fact that the District...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

lm time Ingalla haa been chairman of the committee, and could have hud tho bill punned any time had ho desired. 80 of utroot railroad companies. ThIr nfialrH aro wholly under tho control of hla committee, n aro all the corporations. The utocka of the principal companies are Billing away abovo par. One baa a capital of 1,OIH),000 and another fdiOO, (XX), besides property worth probably as much more, paid for out of tho profits. They refuse to comply with tho law, which required thorn to pave the streets along their tracka and keep them In re pair, and do not furnish near enough cars for tho public travel. In speaking of them In the Senate recently Henator Plumb said: All the railroad In tho rlty do Just 111 they jiIi-iino. My olmiTvatlon N tliatall or tliriu to tally dlNrt Kiird tli pulillo convenience, wid tint public rlKlitM, and have been allowed todowlu.t tlicy please wltlioutotir hindrance. He wad followed by Henator Hale, who nald: I do not believe there In a city In the United...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

TC-rn ADVOOATH 3 VtOUYMS LMilSUTION VS. THE ANCIK.NT. Our text Is found In Kxodus, 25-27. "If thou lend money to any of my ah plo with thee tliut In ioor, thou shalt not bo to him as a creditor, neither shall ye lay upon him usury. It thou at all tako thy neighbor's garment to pledge, thou Hhalt return it unto him by that the un gocth down, for that in his only covering, it Is his garment for his skin; wherein Khali he Bleep? Anl itHhall come to pass, when he crloth unto mo, that I will hear, for I am gracious." As a legator no man has ever sur passed Moses. Led hy wisdom above the human, he wuh, oh we might expect, interested iu the prosperity of the. people. Ills legislation wan not in the Interest of the few against the many. It was not to oppress the poor. It wan his to work for the greatest good to the greatest number. It wan equal rlghtri to all, and special fa vora to none. He recognized the right of the poor to borrow money, but he evidently does not sanction the money loane...

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

OvvtciKt, Yavku OH Til Kanwax Static FAItMlLiH' AlXI ANCH ANi lNlliMTKIAI (JNION, Fubll.ihed Every Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. N. McLai.mw, TrfHlili'iit, ) fl0 J. 1'. LlMKMIUNKIt, IlllH. Manager, ., . , W. T. Know, Hcc'y Treasurer, ) 1 nprlctori 8 McLALMX I Man. Annik L, Deooh j lMMn TEIIMU OK HUIIKCKirriON One Copy Ono Year tl.iw Twelve copies ono yt'iir tto.oo Clubs of Twenty copied or over, f.W each. Advert IhIii Kutcn. Dltiplay Matter, 15 cents jut lino, Agate mcas uri'iut nt (14 lines to tho Inch) Reading Notices, .'Ml (.-until per lino. Addro.u nil communications to tho ADVOCATE PU0LI3HINQ CO. Topeka Kannt. TOW5KA,KAN.,81HTKMHKU 10, 1800. (Entered as second dasn mutter in tho I'ont OJllce at Topoka, Kansas.) HIMOCIAIjCMJII M3T. The Advocatb Jk National tfconom int. , 1.75 44 " Chicago KxprosH 1.75 44 44 Doxtor Free 1'renH 1.75 44 4 Nonconformist 1.75 44 Kansas Commoner.... 1.75 44 44 Toller 1.K5 44 44 KftiiHiiH Farmor 1.75 OUK CANDIDATES. Mitta Tl. Uot. Chief Just...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

FORECLOSURES IN SHAWNEE COUNTY. Mm Lease la her uiuirchlMt !suraiu:u pt;it'H that farm motUtane foreclosures In Shawnee county wince January havo averaged tlireo a day. After a direful examination of tl docket wo are prepared to say that Mrs. lease's estimate U slightly hyjMwrltleal, not to Kay diabolical. Tho number In not threw a day, but two for cljjht months.- thiptlal, Stfitemhcr 2. ". Mrs. Ia'oho has been tellliitf all over tho state that tho forecloKiires of moraine avenged threw a day In Shawnee county. Tho VopUul't certificate from tho clerk of tho district court shows that there have been two foreclosures In cljiht month. Hut this will make no difference1 with Mrs. Lease. It Isn't tho truth she Is looking for. It Is doubtful If she would mix any of It In her speeches If It should bo presented to her. Journal Trthuiu; ScpU'intmr V, v. With a view of ascertaining tho facts in regard to tho foreclosures in Shawnoo county wo have had an ex amination of tho court docket with th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

TIIK NKW MLVKtt Kilt. So much is being Haul by tho ro publican preus concerning tho mag nanimous net of tho present Congress in giving uh tho ailvor bill, that wo tin's woeft publish tho full tost of tho bill, ami invito tho attention of our readers to norno of its provisions. Section 1 provides for tho purchase of 'l.r0(),CHK) aggregate ounces of nil ver bulilon in ouch month, "or ho much thereof as may be ojfered, at tho market valno thoroof, not exceed ing $1, for 371 U5-KK) grains of pure eilvor." Wo suggest that thoro aro Hovoral contingencies that may prevent tho "offering" to tho Hocretary of tho treasury of any groat amount of nil vor bullion per month, and it will bo observed that it in provided that ho is not to pay moro than $1 for oach 371 2.1-100 grains. Wo havo only to turn our attention for ft moment to tho operations of tho grain gamble to learn what may bo done by tho bullion gamblers of Wall ntroot By tho manipulations of tho bulls and bears of tho grain markot mil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

7 TIIOSK l'Olt CUIUS. Homo weeks since tho editor of the Lawrence Journal-Tribune took u llying pleasure t r i i across the state on his way to Colorado. In his write up of his observations ho men tioned tho lony rows of corn cribs full of golden grain along tho lino of railroad, drawing the cheerful conclu sion that even though this years' crop is a total failure in most of our west ern counties, the fanners still have, an abundance of grain to tide them over this disastrous year. Having occasion to pass through thoso same, counties recently, wo also saw thoso longlinesof overladen corn crilw. Wo further noticed one item which doubtless escaped the eyes of tho Journal-Tribune, editor - perhaps tho train ran at too high rate of speed for him to notice this name painted upon these storage houses: A. C Da vis, Chicago; or, perchance, noticing it, ho not being familiar with agricul tural conditions, failed to grasp the situation. Tho writer of this not be ing on a Hying pleasure trip, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 September 1890

3 fcO.VT MKK A NlWJKIt MI'lMI, NO HOW. Tt following communication I contributed by A colored citlcn of Topeka, and contain rtomu muwUonH tli.it both wlilM and colored raen muy profitably think about.- F.imtoii.I In 18,r7 Governor Walker in hia Inau gural Addens Maid: Thc.se. who onnoso slavery In Kansas ilo lint base their opposition upon any philanlhroph prlnclplo. or any sympathy br the Airiottu rac; hir In their siM'alled constitution funnel In lo tmka they deemed I lull entire riM-c no Inferior and teKradcdato exclude them alt forever from KniiMiiH, whether they bo bound or free, thus de priving them of all rlubU here, and dc nylon oven that they can bo citlcn of tho t'nltcd males; for If they arocltlcn ihcy could not constitu tionally ho excluded from Kansa. Vet niicIi a claims, Inserted In tho constitution, watt Nubnill tod by thai convention for I ho volo of the people, and ratlilcd here by an overwhelming in.ijoilty of the republican party. TlilH parly here, therefore, ha In...

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