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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 October 1889

If W 1 1 I Jj J AD V Ui t ah' . JL jfl. VOL. !. MERIDEX. KAN., . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1889. NO. 11 AMtililCAX VAVEK MONEY. f ii:;sTiu:cnoN of nn: risorrK's MOXKV CON TKACTION. VnlinpniclinMo Kpul)!lcau a ml Dem ocratic KvliltMiwTlmtU Wn Accoiii Itllmhcit Entirely for thrllcnelU of Usurers, Men who Iiltc IJjhui ho Toll of Ot hern, to tho Kulit of the liovof tho Country. l'rom 1 1 1 Cliicu.'jo KirrsH. IulRG.r, ut ih closo of tho war, there wu in circulation $2,000,000,000, in currency, which was not too much to make tho country prosperous, as it then vruH. Everybody wan employod nt good wages, and laboring men, counting upon the continuance of tho present prosperity were buying them selves homes on monthly or other payments. Tho country had not more money per capita thuu France, or than any really prosperous country needed. Tho interests of no class of men but bondholders and usurers could be subserved by lessening tho amount in circulation. Instead of lessening tho amount of money p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 October 1889

THIS MR Kl Hp ADVOCATE. T4 jj KAN". OifurJay, Octobor 19 8!ty. TKIIMH OK SUIlHCKHTIOM One Copy Orw V:ir ("Liiriuijw. l.Vvcfl copies one. yir .!" Twcniy three " " ChnIi la Advum'. .91. m HAIMtOAD TIMK TA11MJ. HANTA KH i:hi3(lCiiit. PwiwiiRer No IW r:01. A. M. . " A I" . " rreljjht " l' A. w ' " JOH 2 JO. I. M. ln Wiwt Passenger 11 ii " HrelRht No 105 11:3.1. " Irtl ll:i)0. " VA 0 : Irt. A. M. r. m. A. M. UNION PACIFIC ficUR Kent. Aewoiiiodatlon B;lo. ' " West " oA M. M. DUIKCTOHY. Church. l,ltr.MY,n'.ltlAN-Moi'tliii:icvt'r7 uitciruvtc Hun'ay at 11 o'clock, a, m, Ickv, HAfi.r, Pastor. Mi;TII()IIT Huntljiy School every Sunday mornhiT ivt 10, Frcaehlnit every nlteinuu Sun day ut M 11. m. anil t7W p. m. Prayer meet lni every Thursday nlht. ItKV.orro, Pastor, UNITK1) IIUKTHKKN -Sunday sVhonl every Sunday inornJnu ul l o'clock. Preaching every ltcnwio Sunday at u n. m. mi J 7:a) p. m, Pray er noretlnjj every Wednesday nlhi. UKV.Ci.mvKU, Pastor. OATIJOLIC-flcrvieca every fourth Sunday Jn th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 October 1889

Kd Advocate: Having just finished reading hust week's Independent,! feel like offering a few tltonlits on tho spirit of the short article it contains on the jjrocKoclIijfjs of our meeting Uui Wednesday. It is known to nil ivaders of that paper that it has iro i'essed gp'at solicitude for the welfare ofth Alliance, indeed it has been puMidy tinted by some of its friends iliftt it would like t Income our or I'lxn. Ia view of those professions how is tln following to le viewed! 'V understand Jhowover that with many delegates absent and others not voting n set of resolutions or 'plat form' was rushed through which is to be a guide for candidates desiring Al ienee vots. If tht) resolution con tain, as we are informed u lot of fret t ratio and old (1 reenbnek isms, they M ill Im xjx'wctl out by hundreds of al liance nitMi. A citizen docs not forfeit his manhood and his principles be emwe he joins tho Alliance and this brazen effort to whip him into wal lowing what ho has always refused to...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 October 1889

THE ADVOCATE. ::ricen - kan . McLtllin Editor J, P. Limeburnei' AiiociAtd Ed F. N.Nvhouso, Buiinftn Mncr. irrrrrtr't i ' ' V?' w" m l'rcNMi-nt-Il. U. Ci.ovkk CuinbrMu" Vint rn.H. W. II. IUiiMt, ujjnHtu, tfrorctm-y-J. It. I'ukncii Ifurrtnn Trcanury-II. IMuoiia " Clmi!rlii-J. T. WATT ruUeriton Lr:turnrA. E. Pk.kinhon Mfihli'ii AmC. Lecturer-VAN It. I'hatiikii Nciitarl Iof)kiit'iM'r-KTUiio CociniAIf Wlnllt'ld AM. liKrkwH'r-A. W. Tavuok Newton Scu't at iirnm-L. K. Hovt Duxter, Luslftois Aift.C. A. Tymcu Ilurrton. Do VouP Want to kurp fully pouted on Alliance mutter? Do you want tlm Alliance to sucwd ami con tribute to 1U mieixnn? Th you want to wul a bold ami fmirlcss dJrtciiHHlon of your lu'iivun-born rliflitu a Ullc-riotthe soil. po you want nicoiirinp iiicnt In tho flight you tu making iwilimt tho opprcfiwri of your rlnhts and privileged? Do you want a trim ami stalwart friend for tlio ciui.w? NyoudoUko tlo Advocate, rend and pnmfor over Its contents and let us heur from ym wncn you ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 October 1889

Declaration of Principle And Do mauii!.- A1vtel lly thn Jcffunon County Farinora' AltLinw At OftkalooiMi, Oct ftih, IrtMD 1. That tint public land, tho hcri tago of tho people, bo rosmod for nctuul settlors only, tlmt tho tit to nil tho public domain now hold by Indians bo extinguished as soon as powiblo, and that tho same bo opened to actual settlement under the hom stt-ad laws,- -not another ns;ro to mil roads or speculators, and that nil the binds now hold for sjoculativo pur losos bhall bo taxed at thoir full value, '2 That measures bo taken to provent aliens from acquiring titles to Ian in tho United States and Torritorio of America, and to force titles already acquired by aliens to bo relinquish ro mo XMationai government by pur ohaso'and rotain said right of eminent domain for tno uso of actual settler and citizens of tho United States, and that tho law be rigodly enforced gainst all railroad corporations which havo not complied with tho terms of their contract by which they ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 October 1889

roamoN of thij advo cate uroN tiiij political ttlTUATION. Wo aro informed through private jwurofl that somo ofour brothers havo i.'i.-!apprhondod our position from our ccmmonU upon tho Allianco dec laration of principle, and tho call for a convention at McLouth published list week. Perhaps tho misappre hension is pardonable if tho article rciferrod to aro alono takon into con sideration, but wo havo bo clearly do fined our views in former numbers of tho Advocats that wo wore perhaps not as explicit an wo should havo boon in regard to these matters. We do Biro to fiay onco for oil that tho Advo cate will not bo conducted in tho inter vit of any political party. At tho timo of writing tho articles that have led to a misunderstanding of our position there was only ono political conven tion called in this county, and what wo desired to impress upon tho minds of uu members was tho importance of attending tho primaries in forco and sending Alliance delegates to that convention. By tho act...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 October 1889

Cloak-! Clonk!! Our tock wan lxutfht when wo had a roinpM line to Hohrt from and at iniccs tliat defy competition. Sue our ix dollar garment worth ton dollar unywhero. Do not bo puffed up that the leavings can lo bought cheaper; Uint kind of htufT is all losh. Come and our new clean btock and nil at!ilom price. Thanking you for past favors wo aro yours tnily, A. &. J. W. MoWEB, HESS! Heliool Hook nnil,HuplWn. 11001:3 ! doors! dookh! Smith Bros, havo juht received ii complete line of Hchool books and nchool KUTmlies. You will bo ablo hereafter to obtain from their ntoek any school Ixvok you doniro and any thing hi chool supplies attainable. Smith Bros. Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. Tins Best Salve m tho world for Cut's BruineM, SoroH, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Chapped hands, Chil blains, Corns and all nkia eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, n is guaranteed 10 give perfect satisfaction or money refund d. Price 23 conta per box. For nalo Former by W. C. Spencer....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 October 1889

J IN V US U CAPITAL. Mr 15. W. ThoraKs, of Now York city i i making a trip tLror.jj;h tho went uid Northweti, iind thit in hl buni ne.-u IL i. acting as itn ngcnt for n wealthy fcyndieafo of English capital-i-itu which in comiK).'UHl of tho Lub ImxLi, thn Barings and other banker and c r.pitalists of England ; :md ho in lu'oMating them for nil tho londrt nnd mortgage in tho btnto of Kniiunn which can becertilhul to nsfcoimdnnd are not listed; I To Htated that: Tim plan of tho nyndicaio was sim ilar to thatof tlio English brewery nyndicato, although on a much larger ucab. Ihavejunt returned from a trip to England and hnvo my plan Dearly all complete. Tho nyndicatol represent will invent ?tyX)0,(X)0 tho iirst year and ouch Hucceoding year from $12,000,(XX) to 115,000,000 addi tional. Nothing but tho best will bo taken. Wo will purchase all cla.sii ea of Umdi and farm mortgage that nre not listed. In order to insuro tho mortgages to tho English syndicate, all that nro purchased inunt b...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 November 1889

4 -A . VOL. MERIDHN, KAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1889. NO. '4 '0 rr. J'rtitlnl Prtxelbijc of the Wheat tirmvein' CoiiYfiitinii Held t Tut ncr'rf I (nil Ht. Imirt, Oct i23, Tin Wheat Growers' Conventiou hold at St Louis Od 2:?ra 1889 pur HUMit to a call by tho Farmers' Foil oration to quote from tho New York linn; "was in its intents and purposes ouo f tho most important meetings ovor hold ou this continent." There woro delegates present from tho following states: Missouri, Kan sas, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Mich igan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Ken tucky, Tennessee ami Oregon. The conventiou was called to order at 2 o'clock j). m. Tho call wan read by J. P. Limobunmr, Secretary, after which Walter N. Allen, President of tho Farmers' Federation, delivered 'his address from which wo aro at present only ablo to givo extracts but will subsequently publish tho speech in full In opening his addross Mr. Allen alluded to tho mooting as being tho iirat ono of tho kind ovor called to moot on th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 November 1889

THE ADVOCATE. HU'MIUIIN - KAN. Saturday, November EOq. TKUMS Ol' BUiwcKirnojr Out Copy OmiW'iir. $, 0 CLUB KATKS. 'i;w :oiJoii one year ,.,....910,00 Twenty lluoo , " " ..S-'O.OO Ch1i In Advruiro. HAIMtOAI) TIME TAIiMil. KAMA Fli linliifl.IUHl. ruuacnser T) HI f :0t. A. M. m " jol 4;0j. 1" M. " " yroIUt " lOtf 0;4'i. A. M. " " 10 'J:30. 1 M, (Jobitf Wt'Nt Piwwntfor No 10.1 11:33. a.m. " J01 11:00. V. M, " " Freight " 10 :J. A. M. union rAdFio f.riiK lHt. Ai"fOmi)(lAllon ' 8:10. A.M. DlllECTOUY. Churcli. , nti:MnYTl!IUAN-Mo:tli)fMCTiU7 Mlernato 'Hiiit'iiy t 11 o'clock, ft, w, Hrv, IUilv, Pn.itor. MKTIIOIIST--Huudiiy School ovory Sunday tuornliiK lit 10, rrotK:Miieviya!tcnwti Sim .il.ty ;it n o. rn. timl nt 7;io p. m. , 1'rayer moot tliir every Tliurnlny nfRhL Ituv.Orro. Factor, tJNlTKDlUlKTlJUO -Hunrtay Behead ovory .Kmd;iy moniluK ut 10 o'cKkL. Frtadilnn ovfiiy aitcniiiti) Sumhty at 11 a. m. r.nrt 7:30 p. in, rrny . iiiihUdk uvory WodmMday night. JUV.CMUVKH, TWlor. CATHOLIC-Twlun ov...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 November 1889

( VnOPOSl'.D niMil'OUACITANdlJ IN Till: HYKTKM Or TAXATION. An Actio Trovhlo for tin AK.mintrnt mid Colhvtlon of Tine, nnl thn Inhibition (foopolIH, .V it fa act i'l by ihetjA'tji&hilurc of tit Sta (c i f K( 1 1 1 w in. Sec. 1. Tint ' tho publlo revenues within litis State shall lx obtained by ft tax upon capital and upon no other I Toperty, nnillli.it all capital within this Statu shall bo subject to . taxation in I ho manner prescribed by thin net. Skc. 2. That tho term :apiai,'wlH:u ii soil in this net shall inchjilo all prop erty hclonirjj; to individuals, firms, corporations or nidations whh:h i.j w ed or adapted to ho u sod for tho purpose of gain -or profit, as lands, nines, niuiyralsi, manufactories, mer chandise, implements, tool?, moans of transportation, tax pal certificates, judgements, notes, bonds and mort gages, cah on hand or deposit, and every other furru of gain malting nssols. It r.hall not include tho form of private property which Iwis passed th stage of dir...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 November 1889

THE ADVOCATE. MERIDEN - KAN. S. McUllin ' W'tor J. P. Llmburner Amciiti Ed. F. N.Nowhouse, Business MAnac'. ()JU hh ICaimaM Htato Alliance. iVM.M.'iit-Jt. II. CI.OVKH CuiiiIhMu". Vic 1'rci. W. If. i;ii)M.K, Aiwutu. H.,oicUry.7. IJ. Kkjcnch Ilnrrton. TicUMiiiy-IUUv'iA " aiajilrln-J. r. Watt I'liUrriwii. jii:turcr-A. It. Jk;k jnhoN., Meililcii. Ait. I:trr-VAJf II. I'n.VriiKit Xmtiirl )(KrIct'iiiM!r-J BT 11 ho Cocmu if WInnHM. Asrt. )(HHk(ViMT-A. VV. TAY!,OK Nawtoii. MrK't ftt amm-L, K. HoYT Doxtcr, VmUwm AKt.-'. A. Tvi.kh IHtrrUm. Do Voul Want to fully poHtcil ou AIIIjiiumj iniittort? o you w;uit tliu Alliance to succeed hh1 Con tribute t lt.1 HllCCt'HH? Do you want to fowl a lM ftiul foailctm rthc.iHHlon of your licavtm-lmrn , rights ft tllli'lS of till) noil. Doyouwiuit encoii wiiK'nt In tho IWt you ,UM umklnK ap:alnnt the oppreworn of your rl;litn ami prlvlhwn? Do yon want a truu und stalwart Mend for thu catmo? If you do take tho Aovooatic, read and ponder ovor it content and let ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 November 1889

W. J. HILEMAN, Blacksmithing and Wagonmaking Horse-Shoeing and Kqairin;j in all it:; Dnincks I am prepared to do all sorts of wooden work pertaining to Wagon and Buggy making and Repairing as woll as B!a-.! Smithing. liT PLOW WORK will receivo prompt attention MMDEN HOLLER MILL! HIGH PATENT, FAMILY PATENT, SUPERFINE, GRAHAM Bolted Corn Meal. Grain and Feed of all Kinds. Custom and Exchange) Work Wheat and Corn Bought and Sold. SHEPPELE&SON, MERIDEN, KAN Livery, Feed & Sale Stable ! V1, ' ' , ,''7,, ' . WM. CRULL 5 MERIDEN, KAN ovr.i.rr.onrt'TioN. Tim usual mr.i.iier of liV.posin, of the damaging fact uf low prices for hnn products is to e'.niiu tm over production in tint lino. It is a prop-n-iitio i easily understood ami quite dillicu'it to disapprove in nn ordinrry c llo'ui.il discussion, and hence pass- ,i for a solution of tb question by ii t bei.ig co:iliidi.'led. Jni when thiay like a close analysis is ap plied its apparent potency is ;iif!iJy , liminateiL An overproduc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 November 1889

Tlrro iu&oc&for criterion by which t.) jedgn of a man's mental calibre than tho tiandard ho seta up by which to judgo others. There are jEiany men who seem to have no con ception that others, can in the J.vint degree differ frora them in opin ion, politicnlly'or otherwise, find atill jK);r,'! fl tho ordinary sense of mortals, or 1 entitled to any rights that mer it tho least dogroo of respect. Wo aro forcibly reminded of thin fact by tho toco of a brief opinio from thi placo to llio Independent of hst week. Tho writer of that very interesting nrticlo imprinted his oar marks bo uiimistuk 6bly upon ovory lino and sentence that wo know procisely to whom wo refor in tho brief mention which wo ehall raako of it. It in characteristic of tho author from beginning to end His own immacculato judgment is tho standard by which ho assumes to measure every other man; and woo bo to him who has tho presumption to think otherwise than as ho thinks. Whoever does this is n "crank" or ft 'rebe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 November 1889

BUSINESS LOCALS. do to Kendall's for oicrcoali. Another lot of clothing at Kordalk Another lot of dren goods nt Ken OaU'a. ' Two liuuvi for fent by E. V. Moshof. Orercoiita from up to boat tit Kendall' I will tr noli) a fin Msnon k Hnralin Virgan for a good ruling and driving hot). F. A. Tuirr. Don't bo a clam but follow tbo erowd to Kendall's. riourlif I.OOIW Cwt. Tho Holler Mills will noil third grade lour at $1.00 per cwt Boys overeoata with capos at Ken dall's. Taka a look at V. IL Wood'a cheap boating stove. Priest IIw'h. wont omo cms find too-yearold stoker Son thonu now dror.s poods find Wad trimmings nt Kondnll's. Don't forgot to Ret W. II. Wood's riuea on boating stovevv. Buy yoyr winter cloUimg f Kon OalL Warranted pookot knives nt W. IL Wood's. Blankets from OOcta. up to best nt 3eudallVi, All parties indebted to W. II Wood "will pleuso cull andisottlo. Cap. The finotvt lino in town nt Kendall' Yon can buy a pocket, knifo from twenty irvo cents up and all warrants! ui W, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 November 1889

l AILM M011TGAC1W. A. )c! !ar trt Ilfivo iho Not UjUhI tl 'Inm on thrt Farm .! Home n-i'tlvo Country. To the Varvu rt? KvvUw : There i tfnwinj; fooling that Iho farmera unci other wwiUU-produceri do not receive tin wjuituMe return for their toil. Tho etntonent nro repeatedly j i.wlo that "tho rich nro growing rich er, and tho poor poorer' that t).r p-r cent of the wealth of tho country in in tho hand of 1oh than 30.000 personm nndthnt tho sturdy nelf-rospoctintf fanner in becoming tho American pennant Lack of fndu ujwn whicli to :ho coricIusionM linn rendered oven theorizing valueless nnd ijjnoroncc of tho truth makoH tho prevalent din content only moro dnnjjorous. Tho iirst requisite to nn intelligent dincnv tiiou of tho Huhjoot m u knowlodgo of tho actual facta in tho coro. Up to thn timo nonoof nny importance have been collect!. Much wtntintical in formation ban Ihhmi gathered und pub lwlu'd to nhow tko production of wealth in thin country, but nono to nhow itrt dintribution. An ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 November 1889

J ' ! i : ' 1 :i i 'i i ) ''' I; I I 1 w iv., VOL, i. MERIDEN, KAN., FRIDAY, NOVBIBKR 15. 1889. NO, 15 A Hort of ruMlo Wriwlnjc. At tho clone of the lato mooting of tho National Roardof Trad in Louis villo, Ky., a grand banquet was given tho members. Mr. Honry Watterson orator of the occasion, sjioko on the "General utato of iho country" and is rqwrtwl art saying: What are you going to do for a banking system when there arc no more bond to bank onT Homo ton years ago I ventured to T)roioso that vo rod nee tha National debt to a ihoiwnnd millions, and then with that for a fiscal basis, wo fund those thous ami million at a low rato of interest ami make tho debt thus reduced por- Mutual. Kverylxdy laughwl at mo. .Some said I waicrury: others insisted hut I wjwainjply a fooL Hot lam moro than over pursuadod of tho truth and foroo of my t.uggwtion. Itoauso, to way nothing aliout the bankn and iho future of our banking system, wo ought to havo some fixed securities for small holders winch...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 November 1889

THE ADVOCATE. KAN I'nMl'tTifil every VtUhy. Krlduy, Noveiobn 1,1, IWX ' ,v TKKMS Ol HCIISTUMTION One Copy Ou Year ?l 00 JX'll KATKH. lileven coplc ohm year ?I0ki Twrutyllinio " " f.i.iw 'iuh J 11 Atlvmico. KUM'.OYI) TIMM TAllM. HAXTA KI (Jolni:tvt. ra"wcn;;cr No f M. A. M. " " " 104 AM. v m. " " Weight " Ml 0;. A. M. " . " " " KM JiM, M. UoIiWcst I'uincni;cr No IUQ 1 1 tffi. A.M. " " " ioi 1 1 iiio, r. m. " " FrclRlit "' KK flM, A. M. UNION TACIKIC f.niiig Kuitt. Aevoiiiodiitlon n,0. A.M. " 'Went " 5W, I'. M. MKECTOUY. 'liurch. I'll ESItYTOl AN -Meet Iiiki every nllrrtinte tfim-ny ut II o'clock, , in, ItKV, I1AII.V, I'll -41 or. . MK'niOlMHT-Sundny HcIim every Humify tiioritliiK at 10, rreaehliurcv-M'y iiltcrnati Sun day nt 11 a. ni, und ut 7 :;) p. in. I'ntycr meet IfiK every Thursday ltlht. Kiev, Otto. Pail or, UNlTKllimKIHltKX -Muiidiiy ScIiim.I ovcry fcunday iiiiiniliin at I') o'clock. I'lviichlnn every nllcrnute. Sunday lit 11 II. in. And 7::w) p. in, Pray er incct.Inn ovcry We...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 November 1889

FAVOll JlEVmOS, i ui:nti:suYTi:iu' or m:v yohk. t "jin:Aic in m riNO," ISetnrnl Members KjkI" Fervently A PaIiikI tho Olil CToiiftvfcloti of ralih Yko Church Needs A Doctrinal HlaMment That Can he I'nwl ami I'n tlerutooil. At n meeting of tho Presbytery of New York tho following resolution was adopted by a vote of G7 to IS. Whereas, Tho gonral assembly has listed this Pronbytory tho following rpiotions: Fir&t Do you doniro a revision of ! t!u confession of faith? fcond If mo, in whut respect, mid to vdmt extent? Therefor be it K'Mdred, That thin Presbytery nn Hwor tho tirt question' in tho ullirm.v tivo, understanding tho worn revis ion to bo used broadly hs comprc bonding tttiy professional changes. Tho second (iuc'stion was referrod o a conimittoo of forty to report to i fipocial mooting of tho Presbjtery on December 3rd. 1 ho sentiment of tho Presbytery was not only overwhelm itigly in favor of revision, but tfovcral of tho members' spoke fervently in dcuunol.vt.ion of tho ol...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 November 1889

THE ADVOCATE. MtKIDLN - KAN. i. McUllin Editor J, P. Limoburner Associate Ed. F. N.Nawhousfl, Buiinoss Manager. Oniet'i-M KmiMitN Htut AllluicH. ! iTiM;nt-IJ. If. Cw)VKi CiuubrMnw. Vli: Tn n. W. If. ltii)il.K AtiKftHtJi. ..scnvtriry-J. B. I'uieiu.if, Jtunlon. Tr iuury-JI. Ha tun a " :iun.lrlaJ. T. Watt l'liUcnon. Litturcr -A. 1C. Dhkinmo McrM. 'Vint. U'cturcr-VAV It. Thatiikk Ntuturl. lKHrkwir.Ia'n;)('ociinAW WlnflfM. Aunt. I)tKiko.-i) r-A. W. TA VM)it Ntwttm. ftog't at armn-L. K. Hoyt Doxtcr. JlnnlucM At.U. A. Tvum IJurrton. ., , . Do Youl Wiiit to keep fully mt(.'tl on Alllunro iwittori? Do you want tint Allluncoto Niimrd iinrt von Irllmtu to Its suiwbm? Do you want to rcftd ft hu mul ft-mlcni IJ:inmslon of your lmftvn-Ioni rlliti iw tlllors of tho soil. Do you want encouriwiM'iitii tlio fltclit you ar nuikiiiK mtnln.it tho opurrminin of your il;?)iti and rlYl!w:H? Do you want a trim mul Htulwiut friend for the ciuinc? If you do tiikotho Advocatk, rend and jmuuIit ovor It it rontf...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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