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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

I ) Ah i (i f 7, y iw y ' 7 a Haasc:r,........ V- a 77 9 '7 v Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and C er Kindred Organizations. VOL. U. NO. (I. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1890. 1(1 PAGES. SKJUTOli INtiALLS I'lUMC KKCOKl). Value of Title to Senator IagaUs Scut lor tin' Second Term. Tho triumph of John .!. Infills, on January 21th, 187:1, to a scat in the Sen ates showed that ho had about ninety per cent of tho vote cant, consequent upon I'omeroy's collapse. On January III, 1871), after a four days' strtilo, ho had about tlfty-one pr cent of the legislative vote, having had four majority in tho Honate, while In tin house of reprewontativos ho lacked one vote of a majority. The senators wore elected In ISTrt and the representatives In 1H78, bo It may be noticed that uffcer tho most violent efforts to obtain an enduring strength In the pop ular branch of the legislature, Senator In galla obtained sixty-four out of tho one hundrod and twent...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

2 THE ADVOCATE. CRAWFORD IS HURT. Mora (iooil News From the Fifth IMstalct. My attention luis been called to a third letter from Ex Governor Crawford, in the Topeka Capital, Sept. 12, still barking and howling about the heels of our great farme.ru' movement. On the principle that a prostrate and struggling foo should not bo "struck when ho in down," I am admonished to desist. Yt-t there are two points, one im portant tho other personal, which I will merely mention. Mr. (. labors hard on tho subject of tha currency question, to show that there has boon no damaging contraction of tho currency since tho war. When he gets through he finds that, according to hit) own figuring, wo have luu than half the amount of money per capita that we had iu 18Gfl! Thin Mr. C. would havo us be lieve Is a very satisfactory state of thlngHl And, why not? If correct, it only doublet) the weight of all monetary obligations on the shoulders of the taxpayers! Who would think of grumbling at a mere doubling o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 TIIK WKSTKK.V YKTKItAN AM MILS, LKASK. The infamous teachings of "I ngallslsm" anil hin follower have reached out w 1th their "Itoodle" and hlrinlthe above named sheet, which haa a few thousand sub scribers among th soldiers of Kanwis, to engage In their campaign of vilification and falsehood ngalmit the alliance anil HpeakerB In the poplen' party movement. The email Houled partisans who pretend to run thlj "non-partlan" sheet in the Interest of old soldiers hut for "boodle," in thin campaign, from tho republicans in its Ismio of Sept. 17 publishes what purports to be Mrs. Lease's statement at ItoHHvillo that John A. Logan for nearly two years, at tho beginning of the war, hesitated an to whether he would cant bin fortune upon the union or rebel aide, and then says Mrs. Leauo uttered tho moot unirodlv and devilish lie ever breathed from human heart. ItcHponsl tie parties who heard Mra. Lease speak, at Rossvillo aud other places, In eloquent terrm of the loyal service...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. pAkocaB OKriCIAl, 1'Al'K.Il Of TIIK KANSAS STATU Fahmkkh'AllianokandIjmduhtuialUmun, Published F.very Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. ( Holt) ?rf'r' proprietors H. McLai.M!. President. J. 1'. lJMKiniiiNK.it, Kim. Man? W, I. HuowN, Hee'y manure H McLalmx I ,,. MltH. A J N I K Ii. I) mum I IAUWn TKICMH OF KUlSHCRinFoN Ono Copy Ono Year tl.00 l weive copies ono year .iiu.iki Uluus ol I wenly copies or over, f.so each. Advcrtlrtlntf Itatm. Display Mutter, Mount pr lino, Agate mens- uremont (h lines to mo lm ii) Heading Notices, ;io cents per lino. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUDLISHINQ CO. Topeka Kansas. TOI'HKA, KAN"., 0CT0IH5K 1, 1800. (Entered ns second cIiwh matter In tho l'ont OiHco at lopoka, Kannas.) HPUCIAIjCIjUII LIST. Th Advocatb fe National Economist. .$1.75 " " Chicago Express 1.75 14 " Dexter Free 1'rosH 1.75 " ' Nonconformist 1.75 44 Kan mm Commoner.,., 1.75 44 44 Toiler 1.85 44 44 Kansas Farmer 1.75 OUH CANDIDATES. Ntiilrt Ticket. Chi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 SHALL KKLLO;; OR IVKS UK ATTORNEY tiKNEUAM, That incalculably stupid organ of plutocracy, tho Topeka Capital, has six paragraphs on "Kellogg or Ives?" It in really laughablo that this pa per should nay "Attorney General Kellogg is one of the ablest ami most successful lawyers in Kansas," and that "Ivoh has been in tho state but two years anil nobody over hoard whether ho knows any law or not." Yet it, farther on, Kays "Ives had not boon in tho stato moro than a few weeks when ho appeared in tho state capitol as tho lobbyist of tho Standard Oil Company." John I). Uockafollor, tho boss man "of tho Standard Oil Company" a pious republican millionaire whoso wealth stands at $130,000,000 -would hardly employ as "lobbyist of tho Standard Oil Company" a pernon whom "nolxxly over heard whether ho knows any law or not!" But does tho Capital cheerfully admit that tho Kansas Legislature of 1889, which, out of its 105 members had 150 republicans, was so protect ing to "tho Stand...

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

0 THE ADVOCATE. THE KILYKJl MM, AUAIN. Tlxo Hutchinson News, in discus , ning tho silver bill, discourses learned ly upon tho immense profits accruing to tho silver pool as h result of tho law, find says: Knorinoui. Hi these jirollls have been, tliey are l;ut Ave wlxtlm as largo as would have been realized had a free coinage Mil Imm ti i.'ishm1. Wo have claimed all tho timo that this bill was in tho interest of tho pool m tho News designates it "tho silvor pool." But what in this flilvor pool? It is nothing moro nor loss than tho gold bugs of Wall street, end there is this difference between the oporation of tho present law and a froo coinage law. Under existing laws all national londs aro payable an coin. By tho demonetization of aiilvor and stoppage of its coinago ihoro m but ono coin left in which to pay them and that is gold. Again; the certificates themselves aro ro leomablo in either gold or silver at tho option of tho holder, and to show tho practical oporution of tho law, we...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 7 their intereMs, and not tho interests of tho people of tho United States. Now, if thin money, in place of being dumped into tho pockets of ft favored few, had been put into tho channel of trade an fast as it came into tho treasury hint year and tho year beforo and last month and tho month before, it could not havo been sub ject to tho control of unybody, because, like blood in tho human system, it would have boon dispersed through tho entire frame, performing its legitimate functions. I want to Hay now, an I havo said before, uofc with tho expectation of it having any elfect, that nothing in tho world but an overwhelming calamity will ever divorce tho truamiry from thiti malicious interfer ence with tho business of tho country, and that calamity will not como thin year, and I hope it will never come; but wo shall never have tho treasury occupying tho proper re lations to tho business of thiti country until there haH been a calamity which enforces the w ickedueHH of t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

8 THE ADVOCATE. THK IMUKH. Wo havo repeatedly called attoa tion to tho schemes of tho old partioa to create dissontiona in our ranks, arid tho method resorted to for tho accomplishment of that purj.ot!0. Those facta cunnot too frequently bo placcnl before tho pooplo. Tho peo ple's party in organized for the ac complishment of certain well-defined purposes. TIioho purposes aro clear ly sot forth in tho platform ndoptod on tho 13th of August Thorn in no ambiguity in tho language of that in Htrumont. Tho changes doiignod in htato nod governmental jwlicy aro in tended for tho preservation of Amer ican homos and American liberties. All classes of pooplo, of whatover calling, except bondholders, money loaners, greedy corporations, com biner and political jugglers, aro alike intorcstod in tho changes proposod. Thin in a content botwoon tho fow who aro rapidly absorbing tho vast wealth of tho nation under exiting condi tions, on tho ono wide, and tho many .who aro struggling for existence o...

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

THE ADVOCATE 0 HOW IT KKNEflTS Till! FARM Kit. KrriNciUM, Kan., Sept. 13. im. Kditoii Advocatk: I enclose you a clipping from a Chicago paper, and If you can fl rul room anil think It worth your while, please tell uh If It Is true, and If not -then why. We cannot see why It woul.l not ho am good for tho farmer as the inanuf.icturcr to have free coinage of m11 vt-r or plenty of greenbacks to do the business of the country with. l'leose give ui your opinion of the clipping, ana oblige. Yours fraternally. (J. J. K. A WOI(l WITH T1IIC KAKMKIL What wouhl happen actually If this prayer of the agriculturist were granted and tho currency were to he welled up with sliver and paper till It paa!led the greenbacker' notions of the "busi ness needs of the country?" All manufactured articles w here there was no Rre.it surplus would rise In price. The clothing, leather wear, household furniture, tho farm Im plement plow, n:AH'rs, mowers, w agons -Iron utenKllH, glassware, etc., bought by tho man o...

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

10 THE ADVOCATE. CORRESPONDENCE. Buriiton, Kan., September 22. Editoh Advocatk:- Please give no tice In pour paper that the committee on constitution of state alliance will mfit In Topeka on tho YMh of October, at 10 a. m. H. J. Adkinh, Chairman. Ca u hi do e, Kan., Sept. 2J, 1 BOO. Editok Advocatk: Ploaso announoo through your paper that the young lady who represented Houth Carolint in tho grand parado at tho Emporia mooting when Urothor Polk, wan thoro, will con fer a grout favor by sending her namo and address to F. P. Taylor . or E. C. Edgeworth, Mt. Croghan, Cheoterflold county, Houth Carolina. Fraternally, U. II. Glovh. Camon, September 22, 1880. Editor Adoooatk: Wo aro well en trenched in the doctrlno of equal rlghta for all and apodal prlvllegeB to none. We expect to do our duty In helping to elect our standard bearers In November. Aa you know Mcpherson county Is the home of A. W. Smith and ago of oousent Senator Kelley, you would suppose we had an elephant on our hands. Wel...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. LIST OF Ari'OINTMKNTS. DR. IiOltKKH, Cottonwood Falld, Oct. 2. Clements, Oct 3. VAN It. I'ltATIlKlt. Muacotah, Oct. 3. Toledo, Oct. 1. Ijiniar, Oct. 7. M KB. FANNY VK'KKKY. Mound IUdge. Oct. 8. M. W. WIl.KINS. Manhattan, Oct. 2. Olahurg, Oct. 3. Ht Marys, Oct. 4. Send In dates for Mra. Vlekery. She comes to uu highly recommended. Local committees desiring epeakors should not put off sending in dates too long. Aa the campaign grows hotter tlie greater in tho demand. Notico tho lint of speaker on the ceu tral committee bureau. V. M. Goodner, of Lnrncd, la on our hat and local committee In the Sixtli and Seventh districts should not fall to call him Into the field. lie la able, ready and willing at a moments notice. Address Central Committee, Crawford building, Topeka Kan. Appointment MiuIa by Statu Ontrul Com inllto. The state central committee of th people's party haa arranged a series of meetings for our candidates for governor and for chief Justice. Other speakers wil...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

12 THE ADVOCATE. OFFICIAL DinCOTORY. : AYIONAL FAKM Kits' AI.UANCK AND INIISTUIAL UNION. ' :.! .titnt 1.. I.. IV.lk, Washington, T. C. '. ice Picf.!dcnt.,..lt. II. Clover, Cambridge, Kan. 'i r tary J. II. Tuner, Washington, 1. C. P vurcr II. W. Hickman. I'uxlco, Mo. i.Mrur Ili'n Terrell, Washington. (ML X irrxiiifi; Omwi -Three years, It, A. Catty, tin, MIhhj two years, Isaac M-'Crurkoii, , 1 ;'.; one year, Kvan Jones, Dublin. Tex, ,"j trillion CommUUn-C, W. MiCiino. Wash ( nm, l. C,; Alon.o Wardall, Hunm, Nouth i ...kniii; J. V, Tillman, Palmetto, Term. ',: lTiMAS I' A KM ICRS' ALUANCK AMI INIU'NTUIAL UNION. ,vf-",!i,nit I J. II. Clover. Cambridge, Kan. Urn I'rchldent W. II. Middle, Augusta, Kun. r iTi'Ury I. It. Krt'iH'li, Hutchinson, Kun. Treasurer II. Ilauj'liman, Iturrton, Kan. i vl.iln J. I West, Patterson, Kun. f.HCuitT K. A, lUcklnson, Mcrlden, Kun. ii't I jtTt.iirr. . . . Viin II. I'ntther, Neutral, Kan, hoot keeper I. K. Williams, Iicntlcy, Kun. A'M't I)iwirki,cn,r...A. W,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. S3 PEOPLE'S PARTY. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Third Fluor Crawford Oulldlng. Cor. Fifth ind Jackson. Toi-kka, Kansas, July 11th, 1W0. To the members of the different orj-anlatloiis coiiih).sIhk the People's Party of Kansas, mreotliiK: We, your Htato committee, have made arrangements with the publlHhoru of Tine Advocate and tho Kansttn Farmer for a BubHcription price of 'J.") cents each In clubs of tea or more for four months to either paper. Thin w ill enable uh to keep before you tho complete campaign work In an ollleial form, all the attacks made on our party by the partisan prow will bo answered, and you will be kept thor oughly pouted on every movement. Wo feel that this Is by far the bout means to light our battle and to win our glorious ratine. Now, brethren, do not mis this chance to funiinh your members with a means that will enable them to vote In telligently. Send In your subscriptions at once. We would suggest that the amount necessary bo taken from your gener...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

14 THE ADVOCATE. Cut lUfB. Tlokctn t all point Knt and Went can be purchnie i via The Mumouri raoiflo Railway at the lowofit cut rates. Elegant Vulluiaa elopinircariand free rcclimii'f chair car en all trains. Connection uml in union depots at all principal ioint. l'lirtihaseyour tickets via The Mifrtouri l'nciflo Railway, the popular fait mail rout . For full informa tion in regard to rntoi time, eto., call on Jor notrent ticket scent, or aJJrcn . II. Lion, Wcidera 'ntw-uut Aont, Kaunas City, Mo. II. C. Towmhsd, Oen'l I'tiHKonipr Atf't, 6M llxxa Htreot, St. Louin, Mo. HANTA JU ItOUTK. TOPEKA TIME TA In Klloot on and after Junel, W KMT HOUND. Amre TBAINU. Tni'MA 10.10 am Bin 1 raucmco Expnms. Oklahoma and Texan Kiprens, Iah Arteles Han Di- tf,o EimrenH, Dourer t. Utah Express Topeka nxpress, BLE. 18'JO. Leavo TOfKK A 10.10 am 11. nSftm 12. f5 pui 7.:) p m 10.15 am 10.15 am 11.55am 1.06 p m EAST-H()tJNl). Atlantic. ICi Express 0.10 pm New York Exprowi..,. 6.05 y m Chicago Kxpreiw J.6...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. BRASS FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. Brass Castings, Patterns ml Wets Of every description tmule to order. RcrairStcani Fnmps. Steam Engines. Mill and Farm Machinery. Manufacturers of CLARK'S PATENT LUBRICATORS AND GUAGE COCKS. Fur estimates address QEO, CLjAIC a CO., Fleasc mention thtrt paper. C20 Kan. Ao., North Topeka. Kaniai. READ READ -Tiiin READ (illinium Organizer On Railroad Monopoly, 1 )i 4-nsiHt Ueof, halo of drain oil Futures. Advice to Organizers ! Parliamentary Rules 1 Alliance Songs ! Tills hook should be In the lunula of every alliance man ami laborer In the country. This hook will make thou sands of votes. Send for one for your self and neighbor. History of my first sixty day' work as an organizer. Frlco, Mr., by mall. Address, B. II. SCOTT, HcPhcrson, Kb. 0) ACUFH. 1.1 OKKr.MIOIlMKS. TRIXQ inn D! We offer for tho Full trade a large ami line Ntock of every description of Fruit and oriuinuntal Trtrx, Shrub, oM(:,Viien, Small Fruit, ll dd''. I'UxnlM, Fruit 'I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 October 1890

16 THE ADVOCATE. iiij fl' Will be IHIIIlttlT. DEHTISTRY IT Iff PIUS ! A Ki t of Teeth for tH.fK iold Mlllnif f I. 00 to 6.00 i'latluurn Killing 75 t. 1.00 ( Vnu'iit or while, Killing, M Kxtnietlng teeth without pain or litiriu no Teeth I XllAl tl'd CIl'lUlll) Irclll HT Hi t .75 tO 1.00 l ull iipi'Ci and lower Hi't of teeth on best rubber W.oo material nl way used. Mouths prepared for sets free. In preparing Hitch nine it Hiniill charged which will bo allowed on tht) price of tho teeth. Jteiucmhcr the name and HORATIO A. BLACK, D. D. 9., 629 Kan. Ave., Near 7th St. County, Township and School District Records and Supplies. DlnnltD of X3vory Doaoription. GEO. W. CRANE & CO., Topeka, Kansas. Send for Genorul or La Catalogue. D Aicnl wiiittnl In ev.-ry town to hanil our Htove ItitirH. A $3,000 PAIR OF STALLIOITS GIVEN AWAY! (I 9 PDflU nnnO empoma. KAN3AS. !3c; flIIPTI lltU'OUTICRS AND HICICKDKIW OK CD CO 3 CO CD r: C3 Knulisli Sliirii PJvitai.fi Pfiirnii LIU SUFFOLK PUNCH, FRENCH CO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890

I ( m or v p. j My r If ' ' I (lAL v 77) QU U I i r i J UJli, Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred )rganizations; VOL. II. NO. 7. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1090. 1(1 PAGES. SENATOR INUALLS' PUBLIC 11KCOKD. 7 I y ' '0 i "to. History of tho Arri'iirn of Pensions LcrIhIiI" Hon. Henry J. 11. CutnmingH, ft journalist, lawyer and soldier, of Winterset, Iowa, waa a representative in tho Forty-fifth Congress, ami aa such, on April 2, 1878, introduced Hoube bill No. 1,231, which provided that all pensions on account of death or wounda recolved or disease con tracted In tho nervlce of tho United Htatea during the late war of the relwllion, which have heon granted or which shall hereafter be grantod, Hhall comnienco from the date of doath or diachargo from the service of tho United States, for tho payment of arreara of pensions and other purpoBeB. The bill was referred to tho committee on Invalid ponsiona and ordered to be printed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890

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

THE ADVOCATE. 4kocrifc S i i. mnmvmitiiZVZtZlZJI OrriciAii Pat Bit or the Kansas static I'AKMICILI' AIXIANCK AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. PuMlnhed Kvery Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. P, TffT.Ai.Lix, President, ) u0id J. If. Limkiutknkh, Hum. Manager, W. T. UuowN, Keo'y Treasurer, ) 1 roprteton 0 McLALLiir Mu;i.AnniL.Dik LlUUm TICIIM3 OF HU15HC1UPT10N One Copy One Year $1.00 Twelve copies one year IUMM) Cluba of Twenty copies or over, .ho each. Advertising KatoH. Dtfiplay Matter, 15 cents per line, Agate mcas ur'i!t( nt (H Hues to the Inch) lltxMnx Notices, 30 ci;ittn per line. Addretts all communications to the ADVOCATE PUOUSHINQ CO. Topeka Kansas. (EntcrB.l a nooond clans matter in the I'oHt (K'lcn at Topeka, KamioH.) himjciaij cMJiiLisr. Tin AnvooAT & National ISoonomiHt. .$1.75 " M ('hicntfo Kih. 1-75 " " Dexter Free 1'roHH 1.75 " 1 Nouoonformint 1.75 " Kaunas Commoner.. .,1.75 " " Toiler..... l.M " " Kannn Farmer 1.75 " " Woekly Nationnlmt....l.r0 OUU CANDIDATES. HUt Tic...

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