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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. THE JUDICIAL AMENDMENT. To the Elitor of Tub Advxatk. The object of the proposed judicial amend ment ia to make th suprome court Urge enough and strong enough to give a prompt and speedy determination of appeals. If it shall b adopted it must have the support of the farmers arid other business men who look to Tin Advocate, the Kansas Farmer, the Nonconformist and other kindred news papers for advico. The amendment relates to courts and judges; it may, therefore, without consideration and through preju dice, be shoved aside as peculiarly a lawyers' thing, and as a matter in which other people hate no interest. If this erroneous idtka shall prevail and the farmers and business men of the state shall consequently oppose or neglect the amendment, it will be de feated as a matter of course; but if the proposition shall be fairly considered, and if the important public and privato interests involved in it shall be correctly understood, it will not fail, for it will bo suppor...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890

6 ill THE ADVOCATE. ' COltltESrOTOENCll 1 Kloominotoh, Knn., October 4. I'ditou Advocatk:-- Wo attended tho I ! rjc at Corinth on tho "0th ult. There VvTD Homo 4XX) peoplo gathered together, ( r; I the speeches delivered by A. C. i rJnvi, Van Prnthor and R. H. Oinlom v'J.vj well received, while deafening i-'iwirM rai(f through the air. On tho V,th of this month wo will put a county tkkst In the Hold that the votora can en i! ;r ji. Our alliance with two or three ( j.ceptLona Is Holld for tho people's ticket. Thic Amocatic lu a welcome visitor In many Iioutsoholda an It should bo in many noro. Fraternally yourH, Jon Kakkhtraw. Tonoanoxir. Kan.. October 4. , Kinroii Advooatk: Whm will the 1 republican party loam that tho Far mora' Alliance la not run In the interest of i I fllther of tho old parties? After falling to give ua proper satisfaction on the , 1 .. l-1-t.t..l . ..J IL. ... , , i t Jii;-t'-iv iimeuMJumxjij vi inn uoiuury, Viz ir.iperi.tl plutocratic party ban the mridur;blng ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. PLATFORM or TIIK PF.Ol'LK'S I'AKTY, "Hie people' r,nrf y of K.m-as. tn nVle.'.ife con v ollon AssirnMecJ, recognize Aluiltfhty ;mI m l" rightful v rrtj.'n of nullum, from tuna bii jiini pitwcn or jrvrnrniMit are derived and to v none Mil nil human enurtmenti oiiu'lit to con fount ami, wherein, tills eonveni.lon li romiMMcd ()I lut'iubcm from ml kIkiiIis of nIIMchI belief mi, WIUTI'll, We I1IIV BKM'fil Unit UlS KH'H qiifMlon of lahor. Unit. traiiMiorUtlon ami 0 nance are the eeoriomlo qucbtloiu before the country hiiu me win ii. Then-fore we net forth Mm following at Mm K''" imucnyinir principles oi urn nuestlon afor aid i.nd eiemnllAed In Mm St. Ixtulg demands. LA BO it f Alter Is the bei'lnnfnR of proens, the foimdv Uon of wealth, ami the laborer Is entitled to a rimmi iiviutt ami a fair ihare of the profit which renult from hi Lihor. Second The una of labor lavlnf machinery nhould shorten tlm hours of toll and Inure to Urn rn'imniof uieamployed equally with Ui4 eii f...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. THE JUDICIAL AMENDMENT. (CimtUvtfd from ntiUh paye.) of not Iomh than throa judges; each now court will require its separata court room and other apartments, ib own full corps of court officers and its court machinery. Why oil this whon it can bo demonstrated to any ono that tho increased Muprome court proposed by the amendment will bo lare enough and strorjf enough lo do the apellate work lu our judicial system for many years to come and probably forever? It ouirht not to be very dilllcult for the man, farmer and mechanics (who are never in litigation, unlotm thoy are com polled to be) to determine which irt the most econom ical plan of disponing of the appollato busl- ness of the court; of thin ntuto. While it is suflkient objection to addi tional appellate courts that they unneees. sarily increase tho publio exponHO, there in another and more important reason why thoy should not be loaded upon our Judicial eyHtcm. Additional oourts add complica tlons to the judicial...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 13 V y 1 OFFICIAL DMEOTORY. NATIONAL FAllMKir.H' ALLIANCE AMD INDUSTRIAL UNION. PrenMent I.. I- Polk. Waiihlriulon. IV C Vino Prcnldeut....B. II. Clover. Cambridge, Kan. Hwrctary J. II. Turner, Watttilnnton, l. c. iretuuror u. v. iiiekinan, Puxlco, mo. Ixlnrir It,.n T..rr.,l VJunlitn.rf.iM 111' b.ireuiino Connrti-Thrco years, U. A. I'attyi Mwron, Mlis; two years, Iaii McCracken, , Am.; one year, j'.van .ones, imimw, re. blircuJivt I'ummttUt-i', W. Mvune. Wash IriKton, 1). P.; Alono Wardall, Huron, Houth i mania; j, r. unman, raimetto, Tcnn. KANSAS r A It MICKS' ALLIANCK AND INDUSTUIAt UNION. President II. II. Glover. Cambridge, Kan. vice rrciiiueni w. n. mamo, Anemia, nun Htvretary J. II. French, Hutchinson, Kan Treasurer H. Paufrhman, liurrton, Kan (hapluln I. I'. Went, Patterson, Kan. IM-turi-r K. A. Dickinson, M'r1dcn, Kan. Ass't lecturer.... Van It. Prather, Neutral, Kan. Doorkeeper J. 1C. William, Itcntlcy, Kan. Ass't Doorkeeper.. .A. W. Taylor. Newton, Kan. Hcrii...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. . r-rs, . Commercial Blk., Cor. 11th and Main Sti., Kanaat City, Ulo, All Kru-lli h unci Ci.lMiinTrliil llriili!lli', rhnnuirrnill Tv Wililiiif. M.Htt rti .i)iihk"k. I miwlntf, ., Imitfll lit IdMI'.l. I'lll'K. I ll l ill'"l A'lVllllluifl'K. Nu Vlll ll Hull. CiiI.iIhkiii'K Km-m, I V lUi urw lo ImI or ml t v Twenty-hit h school year ho;in.i Htiit. 1. IT.ATIOIT-A.Ij AND SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND. Three sessions dally. Hlx Instructors. Positions Mi'ourt'il. The Ideal training school. Next to P. (). Kansas City, Mo. Write for Information. 1IKNRY COON, Pres. TELEGRAPHY. Our liiNtltetclsthomost complete and i thorough, and only rriuuciii woo in l1 " jOi Worlil. Write for particulars. We A Kiiarantco positions. ROADS WANT YOUNG MEN I W. J. KOSH, iSnpk, Kiioi llMtf., Tojm Iiii, K. In tin' IcadlnKCommcrclal, Hliorthut n1, Toli'irraph iiml Penmanship Institution In Kansa. Hoard from 9i.no mt week up. Write us for our Illus trated Journal, tint most elegant you have hmii. It elves full ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890

TEffi ADVOCATE. 15 4 4 J -pax suitress the trusts, now? Read "Cumulative Taxation." Price i', cents, iMihtpald. Address, W. V, Marshall, .Santa I f, K.UlSAS. D. TKQS. 103.3, M. D., S'jrgsai. Office and private hospital. Hit) Kansas Ave.. Topcka. 0 to 10 a. in., disease of the, Eye ami Par; lit a. in. to I.' m., I .foi inlt Irt ; 1 to 4 p. m., disease (if Wouini ami Nursery. 111 vIMt any i.irt of the enmity to oH'rate, as Hint or council with any Uyal and reputable phy sician. Patients coiiuiik to the rlly for treat ment will tl ml excellent private or public hospi tal accommodation. All correspondence rtit't ly answered. iromm Aim tttftt WOi'DI&i AGED Xr.ii-.il J Hiiffnrlrn from ttid al'ad. f Youthful Follln., ln4tN(ir(li.n, Kirn or IiiiIiiIii-iii-", rHlunlnn Nariuaiiaaa, llalillll, Illm llxaa (if HlKtll. Half lllalfllat, MHIli Mntllnr. Chfalral flai-af, f iinplia nil 'ar, Avrraliia In Mori, If, Ion or Aniimiun, I ulll H, ut Karr. Itm'U, MlinH-'l llv..uirot, I'alna In HX Milk I'...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 October 1890

- THE ADVOCATE. ,OW RENT! SMALL EXPENSES and; THE DISPOSITION TO GIVE VALUES ! Buya a. Neat Fitting 18.00 Suit. Cth an Ironclad S3.C0 Suit. Owns Cold Reililer $10.00 Suit. Potiostea a Fine Square Cut f 1 3X0 Suit. Show Value In our $10.00 Overcoat. Your Gain In our $3 CO Overcoat, (lood Value In an All-wool 12.50 Pint. We can Save you 20 per cent, on Boye' Suite. Soil the Beit Overall at 60c. All of these for buyer' economy at 35 Mall orders sent on approval. 120 East Cth St, Topoka, Ean, .:. M . O. FROST, (Successor to The Reed-Martin Printing Co.) M ANl'FA(TUKEH Or r nnnFQ Ann a uuuivo auu .uiriuii uuiijj r Printing, Engraving and Binding. 831 KANSAS AVENUE, - - - TOPEKA, KANSAS. MMP1? QPPI m 1UU LAW ' f I 1 J ;v y County, Township and School District Records and Supplies. Dlanlca of EJvory Dcs-aoription. GEO. W. 'CRANE & CO., tend for General or a Law Catalogue. Topeka, Kansas. En All Sliirn mmw. mwm JUilfcllMJU, Kl EMPORIA, KANSAS. imrouTicns ani dkkkdkks of it l-ii 1 1 irrr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

V-i me- n m A A A- Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. !). TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOUEtt 22, 11190. i pag: FKOM VALLKV FALLS. A Willful and Malicious Lie Nulled. The Itcason why the Ring I'olit IrlntiH la .Idler nod County arc Fighting WlllltM. .1 (ttcrHon all Right tor the People's Ticket. Vallkv FaU.h, Kan., October 4,lMi)0. To the Kdltor of Til c Auvocatk. Aa a sample of the desperation to which the republicans in this county are driven for utemmlng the tide of popu lar opinion they can plainly boo in against them, I enclose the following clipping from tho Capital of the 13th: A I'ltAl'l) EXPOSED. A Kovinii Indian Mkoicivk Man in a Nkw Koi.k. HX5ilat Corresiondenee of the Capital, Vam.kv Falls, Kan., October 13. An a wim ple of how surprlulngly easy It In for humbug and unacltery to Ruin ascendency In granger politic I wind to Hiiy that recently, at a largely attended alliance picnic at this pl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

2 THE ADVOCATE. M)MIC PROHIBITION IUSTOIIY OF (i()V KRN02 IIIIMI'HRKV. The Topeka Capital, the official state paper of Kansas, In Itu Issue of Tuesday October M, 1800, in giving "Tho plain facta why tho Leavenworth police com- mlindonera wore change!," prosonia the following somewhat Interesting matter On Huttirriiiy whiUw (Jovoruor Iiirn)iry ap jxtlnfoil Major T, J. WhhI iiiul T. L. Jolimioii, vl(! I'.ilrcliilil and lwn, wlio nslyuiul, polleo eoimni'iiiloiii'rn In l,euvwiwort,h. At the mme tlino ho inado an order removing l. II. Anthony arul inpiotiiti'i (')onii'll In hid yAiuiti. Ho far ah th ini-iiitx-ru of Vwi new Imard txtlnir rcsiiloiilHHlonlMU li coiu'itrfn'il, It In umkntood hers Unit Air. Johnson Iihh alwuya Ix't-n a ilrong proiiiDitioniHt; nun nr. worn u a republican in f.uor at the enforcement of all l;iwn, without i i( ,Ip'."mv to prohibition or reBubmtBHion; amU: .tO J'iitiiKnl, the domocratlo member, la an a nailer 01 course a rcxuDiiiiHKionini. Were tho fortgoing matt...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 WHY TIIK TIMKS AUK HARD. An AiMrt'HH to ltusinHt4 Men mii1 Vetm Imir tl by tint Kxt't utivu Coiiiiulttre of tho CltUoiu' Alliance of Kansas -"Head Not to Contradict, nor to Believe, but to Weigh sml ("onIlT. The natural condition of an Industrious people Inhabiting n fertile country 1b one of general prosperity. When this condi tion does not exist, but It is found tb t tho greater part of tho wealth of a nation ia possessed by a few of Its citizens, In ventilation will disclose the fact that the result In due to tho control by them of legislation governing agencies which In their operation vitally affect the welfare of each member of Boclety. The control by financiers of Congros slonal legiHlatlon regulating the supply of money, la becoming generally recog nized as the chief cause of their preent condition of enforced idleness and indus trial depression. It will not bo denied that the nature or character of money ia lens generally un deratood than that of any human d...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

4 THE ADVOCATE. 7T 7 ff nMmcm yy' III' rJ-T-tr'",''" Pubti.ihod Every Wednemliiy by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. B. MoLaixikt, rriMtlilnt, nB J. t Limichu iin mi, Hum. Miinatfcr, V . . V. T. JJiioww, Hec'y Trewmrer, ) 1 ropwxori D UvLauah I ,r ... Mjiji. AMKlL.I)loonf ' TKILM3 OF HUHKCKIITION Ono Copy Ono Year 11.00 Twnlvo coj)I('i one yeur $K).iK) Jlub of Twenty cojtlea or over f.HO each. Advertising Kitten. Dlnjiluy M.itter, 15 cent per line, Aato mem Uri'iEKMil (H llntm to tlio Inch) KeattliiK NotlccN, tfoeoiitu er II no. Addrona all connnunlcatlonii to the ADY0CATE PUBLISHING CO. TopQka Kiniai. TOPEKA, KAN, OCTOBKU MIX)! fEntorfltl annocond clan matter in tho Pont Oulce at Topokft, KaiiHiM.) IMPORTANT TO ADVKKTIHEILS. Tus Advocate now has tho largest circulation of any paper in tho state of Kansim and you will do well to consider this fact if you wi'hIi to roach tho greatest number of readers lit tho smallest expense. Our subscription ifit and postage bills aro opon for in specti...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 5 of the republican tstato contral com coittoa, announcing the result of the Uti c.10, and calling upon tho voters of Kfcnsaa to again rally to the sup port of the republican party as the only hope of protecting the sacred noil of Kansas from invasion by the open saloon. Thero are some circumistances con nected with the rendering of this de cision that must not be lout sight of in thia connection. It is woll known hero in Topeka that thin circular was prepared and printed and was Been by men belonging to the people's party before the dato of the render ing of thia docision. Another fact i3 also woll known hero. Tho original pnekago agents had their good bought nnd deliverod in this city pre vious to the date of that decision, and everything in readiness to open thoir places of business when tho auspicious moment should arrivo. That aunpi cioua moment waa daring tho session of the Kansas state alliance. It was necessary that the dolegatos in that body should witness the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE. 15 0 RTO AO ft INI) EliT KDN Our friends, tho enemy, insist that our ?,limatv. of mortgage indebted vsm are over drawn. Wo havo in ?uited and litlll inflict that tho United fttatoa consus of this indebtedness is mado in tLo intoout of tho republican party and will bo of no value, whatever. It cannot bo from tho mothod by which it in taken. Tho Lyon County Alliance Homo tirao ago appointed a committeo to RBCortain tho indebted nens o that county from tho county records, and tho report of that com mittott in hero appended. Wo would earnoiitly rocornrnond that every county allianco in tho state do tho name thing that tho Lyon County Al lianco has done, only wo would ad vifio that they go a Htep further, and ascertain tho following facta in addi tion: First. How many farms havo been fiold on foreclosure suits. Second. How many villago or city homes havo boon fiold in like manner. Third. How many farms havo been ' surrendered by mortgagors without forecloHuro suits, and h...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 7 HE'S DONE A GREAT DEAL FOR WAT KINS. About ton yonrs ago there came to tho town of Lawrence, Kansas, a poor man ly the name of Watkins. Ho hired a small, dingy ofllco room and wont into Urn farm mortgage bum nofis. About that timo, owing to tho "malicious interference of tho United States treanury department with tho busmens of tho country" conditions had become such that tho farmer was in need of money to meet his living expenses and to tido him over to rnoro prosperous times when ho might get living prices for his farm pro ducts.. Mr. Watkins brought over tho cheap money from Europe and loaned it to Kansas farmers. The re sult is, ih.t whilo agriculture and most of tho business of tho country has been steadily declining and thotraflio in tho currency of tho nation has been growing more and moro profita ble; this man Watkins has becomo a national banker and owns tho elegant building in which his loan and bank ing business is done. lie is also owner of much real esta...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE. THE PLAIN, UNVARNISHED FAITH. Tho great dynamite bomb of 1B1X) bfts been exploded and tho Capital fv.ad tho btito houso gang aro anx uyxrly w&iting for two events to fol low it Tho Unit of theso events in tho answer that will bo inado by tho fricndij of Mr. Willits to tho groat exponent) embodied in tho so-called court roconln, publishod ft few days t0, and tho Bocond is tho offocfc tho Iwrnb is to havo upon tho voters of Kaunas. Upon tho first of those wo will not leave our friends, tho enemy, long in Buwponso. They shall havo our answer promptly. In rosird to th itocond their anxiety will bo fully KitisSed on tho 1th of Novornber. Thoro are other motives bow id oh thoao of a iolitical character under lying those malicious assaults. Whilo tho history of tho republican party of K&nwM justifies tho affirmation that tho party loaders will stop at no vil lainy that may bo necessary to socuro buccous, anl while thiH fact alono would Beoin sufficient to account fo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE 0 THE l.UKAT RALLY OK OCTOHKK It! Tho poopla'H rully on tho Kith was A docMexl buocokh. Owinj; to tho rains of tho previous day, which ron tloroil the roailn very hoavy, many laro dolctfutionn from a diatnnoUhat had fiiniliod thoir intontion of lci' prcnont failod to como. Tho lato hour at which rodncod ratou of trans portation wero socunyl provontM tho fact from beintf well advortiw!, othorwino tho doloatioiiH by rail would havo boon much larger than thoy woro. NevertholonH, a vory laro audionco aHuomblod at tho grand Rtand ujxm tho fair ground to liwton to tho HpoochoH. Tho parado was ox coodingly croditablo and displayed many ingenious and amusing foa turofl. Thoro woro pnwnt the Georgia delegation, hoadod by L. F. Living fiton, who woro elected by tho recent sohflion of tho Georgia state allianco to viftit tho state alliance of this state, and bring with them messages of jeaco and fraternal greeting. L. L. Polk, president of tho national farm era' allianco and indus...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

10 THE ADVOCATE. CORRESPONDENCE. Atlanta, Ai.MANcK,Cowkiy Co., Kan. ' EoiTua Advocate: At a regular meetiig of Atlanta Allance No. 00, held on October Cth, the sifters unantmonaly ." endorsed the resolutions adoptej by the sisters of Verdlgrlii Alliance No. Montgomery county, Kansas. Lkna Kami, Secretary. Tomianoxik, Kan., September 24. Editoii Advocate: At Friendship Valley sub alliance laat evening wo hai up for dinaitffilon the subject of papers unfriendly to our cautje and injurious to those of our alliance members who are subscribers to some of thews unfriendly papers, and members who do not support reform and alliance papers. A vote wan taken after a discussion on the subject, and the meoting decldod to load our oven gunfl an far as possible. I then took the names of four new subscribers to TriK Advocate. K. D. Keck. From Morrlii County. CouNcrr, (Jkdvk, October 4. Editou Advooatk: Permit mo to Bay that the alliance rally held at Council Grove onTuwday waa a gntnd success Near...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 11 TWO CO.VORESfHOXAL LIARS. Hon. William I). Owon, representative to congmjii from the Fifth district of In dians, ca 'August 8, U''K), made a speech on pennionn, In wMch ho said: In IriTM'Mr.CiiinmlnrA a republican, lntroluri'I a tl 11 r"M;iiltnit till tumultous uinl ijr:intlni the fM)liUfr urr'ur whenever he mlnlit ainly' for his Iriitilori. Coiijmc hh whs now dcinocniLli! and the committee having It In charite refused to report the bill, Hinl Mr. Haskell, a republican, moved on the Mh of .limniiry, ih.0, to dlschnri(t) the com mittee and for tho IIokno to consider mid pass ttie 1)111. The falsehoods in the foregoing quota Hon from Congressman Owen'a speech are: The United Stttes Senate then con tained forty republican Henatora and thirty six democratic ones, and Mr. Hao kell moved -an refrrod toon June 19, 1878. But Congressman Owen goe on with his MuBcLauHonn in the following his torical strain: Htnee July, 1RK0, no arrears have been allowed the soldiers. How did ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 October 1890

12 THE ADVOCATE. i;;S?Q3TMiTTOCo:irJTTEE::a Toytn, 3Cm, October 15, LTJO. Dr. ah Bm: Inbrdrthttrrf jctual. forralty of tlckef a may be hfcd, and to facilitate the raj: 11 counting of voUn on elf-ctlon nht, yvn aa reprcienUliTea of of the different part organizations, hire agreed upon the form of ticket erx,lcd, to be lined on election day, TucfvJay, No vember 4, 1850., PKifie aeo' that all tlcketi printed in your county conform eiactly to thb earaplo ticket. W. J. BucaAff, Ch. Republican 8Uta Central Com. W. C. Jon ki Ch. Democratic State Central Com. 8. W. CnABfi, Ch. Teople'i Party Bute Central Com. rrorLK's pabity ticoet. 6Ut Ticket. For Governor, J. F. WILLI1U For Lieutenant (Joternor, A. C. SHINN. For Secretary of Btate, 11 B. 08B0UN. , For Auditor of Btate, B. P. F03TEH. For BtateTreeaurer, W. II. DIDDLE. For Stnte Treasurer Unexpired Term, 1 W. II. DIDDLE. For Attorney CJenoial, J. N. IVK8. For State Superintendent of Public In atructlcn. MRS. FANNY McCORMICK. For Chief Juatl...

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