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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890
THE ADVOCATE1, ilKDltEI) RATES TO STATE ALLIANCES. Wo liavo received from tho state Bocrotary tho announcement that the Atchison, Topoka & Santa Ee, tho Chicago, Itock Island & Pacific, tho Missouri Pacific, tho St. Joseph & Grand Wand and Union Pacific rail roads iiafro granted a ruto of ono and bho-third faro for tho round trip Within ft radius of ono hundred miles of Topoka on tho cortificato plan. Dolegatos in purchasing tickets hhould tako recoiptu. It la a little singular to Kay tho leant of it that railroad companion that habitually grant half faro rates from all points of tho stato to republican and democratic conventions and demonstrations, yet cannot bo in duced to grant bettor niton to tho al liance and to tho pooplo's party. This mooting at Topoka from tho 15th to tho 18th of October will bo tho larg est gathoring that has assembled in tho city for years if tho weather is favorable, and yet no rato can bo ob tained beyond a radian of ono hun dred railos from ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890
THE ADVOCATE A WAIL OF 1KN?AIIL Tho Kansas Democrat is in tears. "Ik editor looks out tho politi c;J II '.M and ho sees tho intelligent, Trailing, thinking members of tho old I arty largely in tho alliance. Hope ifoi'Kikos him urnl his soul rofuftos to I ocwnforteL Ho "points with pride" to tho frlory of tho old democracy and appeal! to democratic allianco men not to forsake tho sinking craft. Un fortunately for him tho records do not sustain his claims in regard to tho achievements of Inn party. When ho undertaken to tell what tho party has dono for tho people ho in in much tho sarao predicament an cur republi can friends aro when thoy undertako to tell what John J. Ingalls has done, and he flounders around alxmt after tho samo fashion. Him closing appeal irj roally pathetic It in well calcu lated to draw upon tho lachrymal se cretions of tho bitterest political foo. Viewing tho wreck of departed groat nwri, in tho bitterness of doHpair, ho utters tho heartrending cry: Wo say to tu...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890
TUB ADVOCATE. 9 THOUOIITS FOR COMBED MEN. From our colored eorreMpornlcnt. Toi'kka, Kan., Oct. 4, 1800. I subjected myself to a great deal of criticism and censure by writing my "lettar for The Advocatk of September 10. Some have naked of me, "Wh.it ri(ht had I to write such a letter for that paper?" In reply to their questions I will say: My first right 1 because I am u freo American citizen. Thero are no nwtr ra tions put on my tongue or pen us long as I stay in tho linen of reason. Our Declar ation of Independence says "All men aro created equal; that they aro endowed by their Creator with certain Inalienable rights; that among them are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." These and many othera aro the rights I have for my actions. They Bay I am indebted to tho repub lican pa!y for freeing my father and grandfather. All this may bo true, and if It In, I certaiuly credit it for that great unlnteudod favor, (Since the word re publican means lovo for the negro). (Thoy simpl...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890
THE ADVOCATE. CORRESPONDENCE. Ohawkejc, Kan., Sopt 27, 1800. Y.vnoa Advikmtk: Dour sir: We t::o htU ruutling down here. Mt. Pleas f.i.'it i.ub-allhnco in flourithing finely. ArA the fctrango part of it In that tho voters are all going to support J. F. VlIIitia for governor, and no one has t.'ledto Influence a single member, and we t re of the opinion that ho will be our tioxt governor. Wo aro making the dry laics of the grand o. p'o, rattle. My, !iovv thsy aro scared, and juut on the run. Hoe thorn run hither and thither for the ticodle. Youth fraternally and for vie tory. J. M. Pudicrijauuh. Editor Advocatk: Tho following Tccolutlon was passed by' Pleannnt Plain AKtaaco: Thorcas, Tho peoplo's party in convention w,omblod at Ulysses, August JH), IH'.X), Bom mated a full county ticket composed an we bej.itvo of good and roliablo men; and Whoroan, Vvi wji fully endorao the plat form adoytol by that convention; therefore I vi it Itosolvod, That Pleasant llnin Allianco Ho. 'J,1773, in i...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890
THE ADV00ATI1 PEOPLE'S PARTY. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Third Floor Crawford Building. Cor. Fifth and Jackson. Topkka, KanHjis, July 11th, ltfyo. To the members of the different o r'inlut loii. composing the l'eoplo's Tarty of Kansas, nwtliw: We, your atato committer, lntvt nuulo arrttntfomonta with the publlahera of Tub Advocatb ami the Kansas Fanner for a subscription price of !25 cents each In cluba of ten or more for four tnontha to either paper. This will enable u to keep before you the complete campnin work In an olllcial form, all the attacks made on our party by the partisan preM will bo (umwerori, and you will bo kept thor oughly pouted on every movement. We feel that this Is by far the bent means to fight our battle and to win our glorious caimo. Now, brethren, do not mltiB this chance to furnish your members with a moans that will enable them to vote In telligently. Bond In your subscriptions at once. We would suggest that the amount uocctftcry bo takon from your general f...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 October 1890
fliil i flllllfi? 1 UUUUll M It. L, C0EBA1T, Proprietor. 1T 1 Kauuf:icturcr of mn e::o:::es, mil kassisem. ssmm pulleys, mm, mm &c .tYlti.1 AtUmtlon UWow t CO;e:ii;OATINO JUl flrlaJllJar BULL KOLLS. U'r 'a for Prices. World Cor. coiid ind Jittorton Rfreota, TODGktl KiUHS If m m BusniEss K ui:i;n City, Mo., New Vork Life bulUHnp:. K. I McIInvy, president and principal of college of I mini v. ), nioiion, vu'.o pr'iUkut una prmeipm or moan -nwpioyan scnooi or HnoruiaiM: f. V. I Jiu.slcy, secretary and treasurer, ana principal school of KukLUIi. A proKremdve school ivll ti iiov'rci,slv ti'iu"li'r for iirom'H ilvo Uincii. UuaUwaa courso unexcelled. System of short- ';.i:vl in.i '.icrcil In ohm than Imlf tio time ru'iulred 1Y schools uaIdi any of Che old methods, ant c 'f "li'ully taught liy mull. KiiKllnh courses tlioroiiKh. Special attention Riven to branches reoutred tov civil somen examinations. Ten experienced teachers and lecturers, nil spcclalliits. tiradiuitt'S i c );,'il In m...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890
mm 1 (A f) 7D nj S I f.iXISff i I if i M 1 , (I Hi d Devoted to the Interests of- the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 8. TOPE K A, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER lfi, 1090. 1(1 PAGES. j DISCUSSION OF MILS. 3f. K. I.KASK AND MISS 31 IN Kit V A WALKKU. Qckstion: -Resolved, That the r'iutll'iiii party has been false to Its platform from I km) to Ihhh lrieltislve. Tliat It.i legislation has tended to enrich the few iiml impoverish the iniiny. nmi thut the republican party Is solely responsible, for the deplorable financial condition of the country. KKI'I.T OP MINICUVA WAI.KKIl TO MHH. MCASK. Editor Advucatic: In her tl rat Issue Mrs. Lease starts out with a view to shift ing the responsibility for the lateness of the debate on my shoulders. As the roaders of the Graphic are well aware I made Mrs. Lease a challenge on the 23d of July to discusH the political iaauea of the day through the columns of the Graphic. I received a letter from her...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890
2 4. THE ADVOCATE. MIS. I.VOALLT KW'OttI) IJPO.V TUB NA TIO.VAL ItANK JJIIKSTIO.V It In a fundamental principle of th farmers' alliance and of the people's par ty that national bunka should bo nbol I bed aiil that legal tender treasury notes shall ho substituted for national lank notes as tho currency of tho country, The history of tho national bank legiula tlon will bo Homewhat instructive at this time and in hero appended. In Febrtmay, 18&J, Senator John Sher man, of Ohio, introduced into the Senate, bill No. 48(5, "To Provide a National Cur rency Hocu red by a Pledge of United States Stocks, and to Provide for tho Re demption Thereof." In explaining the Importance of thin propoHed legislation, Mr. ISherinan said: W are now to act upon n measure that will effect tho property of every citizen of the United Static, and jet our action for good or evil must bo concluded within tho few days or weeks of thin session. Wo are about to choose between n permanent sys tern, designed to e...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890
THE ADVOCATE. 3Ti private, except an otherwise specified by contract. mcntimkms nv his pkmih iuiic and (iui:i:miack i osthti:NTh. Tho iL'iiuMTiifa of Kansas gave thin declaration: Wo favor the full remonotizatioiiof Milver, tho removal of all restriction on ifn Coinage, placing it on mi equal footing with gold; the repeal of the national banking law; the re tirement of national hank notes, ami tho substitution of treasury notes, commonly called greenbacks, in their place, said note to be made a legal tender for all purposes. The ir'inlnw'kfra in state convention resolved: That money in a creation of law, ft con veuiencoof trade and commerce, and it in tho duty of tho government to provide all tho money needed by the people ft full lo yal tender paper money, baaed on tho power, perpetuity and credit of the government, needing no other redemption than that it bo received by tho government in full payment of all debts and taxes, including all duties on imports. That all tho ox pennon a...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890
THE ADVOCATE. Yf.L ' j' III 'I rr-"- OrrtviKi, Pai'ku or the Kanhan State Paumeim' Alliance and In dumtmai. Union. Published Kvcry Wednesday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H. McLaixin, President, ) 0je J. 1. LiMKiiuitNEii, Hum. Manager, ,.,.,,,,. W. T. iiuowN, Soc'y Treasurer, ) 1 roin.ior B McLALMN I , . ... Editors Mrh. Annie L, Dion j TERMS OK HURHCR1PTION On Copy One Year It .00 Twelve copies ono year tfio.oo Clubs of Twenty copies or over, t.HO eacn, Ailvrrtlwln.if, UaU'H. Display Mutter, IB cent per lino, Agate meas urement (U lines to the Inch) Reading Notices, 30 could kt lino. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topokt Ksnus. TOPEKA, KAN., "OCTOBKU l.r, 1800. (Entered as second clans mutter in the PoHt Oliloo at Topeka, Kansas.) HI'UCIAIjCLUII list. The Advocate A National TCconomint. .$1.75 M M Chicago Kxprowt. , 1.75 " " Doxter Free I'tem 1.75 " Nonconformist 1.75 " K annas Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toiler 1.85 " Kanmn Farmer 1.75 " 11 Weokly Nationalist...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890
THE ADVOCATE 5 DID UK TKLL THE TRUTH f A member of tho republican con trul committee from Washington county culled at tho pooplo's party headquarters ou tho evening of tho 10th hint, and in hi.s convocation gave oxprosHion to tho lofty moral Houthnnitrt that actuuto tho ropubli cun party in its conduct of a political campaign. Ho ro-affirmod tho cor roctnosH of tho Ingallrt codo of othicn, but thought Senator fngall was per haps a little indiscreet in thus pub licly stating tho facts. Ho stated that whatovor might bo Raid by Honti mentalistH of tho docaloguo ard goldon rulo in politics thoy woro ig nored in tho practice of all political parties; and that ho considered any means legitimato that would insuro success. Ho believed in lying and in deceiving tho people, and said that it was practiced by all political parties. Ho further stated that personally ho had lost all confidence in human natunv that ho bolioved all men woro knaves and nino-tenths of tho women harlots. Such is tho p...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890
c THE ADVOCATE. ANOTHER VILLAINY. mil THK I'tOT T1IICKKNS THK A!!S(). U'TK DKI'KAVITY Off THK KNKMY DOOXST11ATED. Forgery Substituted for D.vmimlto" President IMk tho Victim -"It In Lawful to I)c reive." On tfoptember i!(, 181K), President L. L. Polk addressed a letter to H. L. Loucks, proHulont of tho Farmers' National Alliance, (tho northorn fill i anco) of which tho following is a copy: Tho time for action prompt, united, do cinlve action on tho part of the farmers of tho whole country, is absolutely and impera tively domandod. No argument could om phauizo thin truth no deeply and indelibly an it has boon impressed by tho alarming and constantly augmenting depression of our gront agricultural interests. It in writton on tho lintoln of almost ovory farmer's homo In this broad laud. Impelled by tho forco of Its demand, farmers of localities, states and sections liavo combined in various forms of organization. Differing only in name of form, thoHO various organizations are actuated ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890
THE ADVOCATE- TIIK LATKNT ('A MM MIX ro.M'KIt.MNM SfK. UILMTS. A republican eamnaiirn consists of vilification, Hlumlor, forgery and ly namito. Thcne are the moans liy which tho party has uehiovod success in the past, and 1 y which it hops to nucceod in th future. Any man who may bo chosen as a candidate for office by any opposing (party, no mat tnr how pure his life or how unblem ished liis character, at once becomes tho target at which tho unprinciplei Iolitical mountebanks wlio represent thin aggregation of all uncleanmwi, hurl their calumnious shafts, lion. J. F. Willits, of Jefferson county, hav ing been selected to head tho ticket of tho people's party, and thin party having developed, during tho briof period of its existence, ft strength that insures its success beyond peradven tnro unless its serried ranks aro broken, in selected an tho chief char actor upon wiiom tho principal vil lainios of this gang of outlaws is to bo perpetrated. Tho selection of J. 15 donnson and or Jj...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890
s THE ADVOCATE. DISCISSION OF MRS. M. K. LKASE AND MISS MINE.IVA WALK ICO. fiTU ( Cottilnurd from flmt pnge.) V D he knows just exactly what the law will require of him. He knows what the benoflta or detriments are to bo. He would not do It If ho know It was a scheme to rob himself. She Hays "nine tenths of 1 , tlio firming lands of the United Btateu are owned by money monopoly." I defy her to glvo the names of the monopolies owning the lanl and iho lands they own In 1870 there were 3,000,000 furma in the United States, leaving out Colorado, Da kota and tho territories. That number has bot;u materially increased since. This j does cot look liko seven-tenths of the farms wero owned by monopolies. The fact ia the farmers have tho monopoly on 1 tho farm lands, and the people's party t are trying to convlnco them that they 0I should have a monopoly of tho products inland manufactured articles. S Thon in regard to that credit strength enlng act. The very men who are the in- j stigatora a...