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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. Hon of tho current of thought ia cor roct channels. It is in the neglect of tho ri'HH to give thin intelligent di rection to tho investigations of the people that tho greatest criminality . oxihts. Wo know whereof wo speak when wo state that there aro thou sands of honest, intelligent business men who sincerely boliovo tho busi news depression of our state is owing almost solely to our prohibitory legis lation. What given color to these conclusions is tho fact that the sorioue beginning of this depression was al most coincident with tho udoption of our prohibitory legislation. Tho past ten years has witnessed a greater de cline tlinn any former period. This fact has become associated in tho minds of tho people with their own experiences and troubles, and they have been led to believe that our laws aro tho causo of our woes. This sen timent has boon encouraged by dom ocratio demagogues who wero as anx ious to rido into political jowor on tho resubmission wave as wore 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. — 12 November 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE, HORACE WHITE AM) ANDREW CAR NEGIE. Loth of tho alovo named gentle men havo boon known as republicans of distinction in tho American nation. Mr. Whito ranks high as a journalist and hia study of economic nucstions has been pursued with a most ardent enM-isiism. Mr. Camogio prides himself groitly upon his work outi tled "Triumphant Democracy," and, when our groat high tariff taxer, tho tonownod republican orator of Kan sas, Hooka to "protect" himself on his favorite, theory that tho McKinloy law is a bonanza to all toiling pooplo in America, ho loves to find himself supported by Androw Carnegie, in his work above named, and who in in tho role of one of tho wealthiest men in tho country who, parading as a public teacher, Carnegie's works for manufacturing stool rails and struc tural iron are probably tho largest of any in tho land. Aa a presumed pub licist, ho pridea nimsolf upon hia democracy and upon hia Araorican iam, though it were better, ahould tho fact bo spread,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

A COMPKTITIVK SYSTEM, I.iPl sTKIAL SALVATION I.IFS IN OK (iAMATIOV. Labor If iti tin1 Tower Tlunmrh Co-onerutloii to Control tho McitiH o!' lki otliictluii - All the Auiliilil.' Wealth of tho World Has Keen Produced ly tin1 Uiilllng I'oucr of Labor. Fnoni Joiirim! of tin Knluhtsof l-ilior Civilization rests uikju and Is dominat o4 by the competitive system. This sys tem In the outgrowth of the selfish pro pcsisities Inherent In humanity, and In In the Bochil world what the struggle for ex Istonce and the "survival of the littosfla In the realm of animal life. Through the Btruggle for existence tho human family has moved onward from io stage of development to another un HI a great Industrial civilization has been urttalned, of which the controlling forces ace capital and labor. Capital Id the no cumulated wealth of labor, and labor in Duly another term for the energy of the ace; one lu a passive instrument; the other Is the living vitalizing force of hu inanity. Under a right busines...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE. THE UKFO'131 1'ttKSS OF KANSAS. , Iq tho contort just closed, too high an o timato eaunot bo placed npon tho efilcioncy and tho owr of tho tyroHS devoted to tho interests of the now party. Wo give in another column the (vitimato of tho influence of Tub Advocate by tho Kansas City Timr and tho Hutchinson Mm We highly appreciate these toBtirnonialH, and yet wo fool that without tho efficient sup port of tho more than ono hundred reform papers of the utato, we should havo fallen far short of tho roralta that havo boon attaiuod. Wo havo not the space hero to name them all, and whore all havo done bo well, wo do not now wish to bo partial by re ferring specially to any ono. Each has dono its duty in its own wpocial field, and we winh them all moHt abundant huccohb. The Advocate is not joalous of tho success of any of our co-workerB. We do not regard them as rivak Wo shall over glory in their prosperity, and shall hope and expoct their continued aid in the groat work that ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

confederate money of the south. Let thOHo who have it keep It. This I (some thing like "Bellamy's dream," and I sometimes think he had a good dream. UnleBa something ia done booh the groat syndicates and monopolies of the east will cruBh out every email dealer, and syndicates of the west will get all they can by mortgages; then they will put the products of the farm right down to where they are making a certain per cent on the capital invented. A great corporation can turn off the products of the farm much cheaper than a single manager. This will be done to crush out every small land owner, and then we will have the trusts and combines of the east. the land syndicates of the west, and the mechanical laborer and the agricultural laborer will be the slaves of both; and If we can judge by the eontlments of some of our political robbers, when that day comes (as come It will If nothing Is done to prevent It) all who try to educate their brother man out of serfdom will be ex iled to an Am...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE HYNDICATK LA!. The I-ftiil Companies I'oiiipli't th rii ill .it lion Of Mic Ijind nii'l Irrigating ('onipimlr. The syndicate (if the Interests of the loan companion lu western KariHAii and eastern Colorado, has finally been aerom pliahed and the corporation legally or gaalzod, baa opened ifa olllce in Topeka and Id now at work ettln it attain In to shape. Thero U much preliminary ' work to bo dona and the r pnpany Is Huifilnp: thin work to speedy accomplish mont. Tho full board of directors chosen at Jh meeting of organization U &b fob Iowa: (ioo. M. Noble, Topeka, Kansas, vice president Kansas Loan A Trust Co,; Jno. I). Knox, Topeka, Kansas, president tlwj John I). Knox Land A Investment Co., and of John I). Knox A Co., Hankers; Edward AtiHtln, Kansas City, Mo., presi dent AiiBtln A Co. and the Southern In vestment Agency; A. C. Wilcox, Mcpher son, Kansafi, vice president and western manager of McKIuley Mortgage and Debenture Co.; A. II. Heber, Meade C'n ' cor, K...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. II IT IS TIMK FOK A OlAVGE. Th Kansjia City Star reports Senator Invalid a Bftylng: "I have ery little use," said Senator inAtla In Ills Ottawa NMHrh, "lor h limn who In only a half way rriMJiuicMU pari or mo lime. At for did, I am ii Kn'iu 'in or a republican all the time, Wftfl It in 18('2,wlien, being defeated In the republican convention, ho bolted the ticket and ran on tha democratic ticket !!or lieutenant governor that be was a re publican? Or wan It In lSGt, when he nRiiin ran on the democratic ticket for lieutenant governor with MoCIellan as a candidate for preoldent on the Chicago platform th:it he waa a republican? That, remember was during the war, when the nation wau struggling for exls ince, that he deliberately joined its ene mien; and now he has the impudenoe In public speech to claim that he haa boen a republican "all the time," and to de nounoe those who have not been. Surely he must think that people's memories ire Hhort, or he has a degree of impuden...

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

12 THE ADVOCATE QUAKKH VALLKY D0CTMN& t .r , K,,r t,i aiir Ymi know t1 v 11 T5ie iurv of our thrall. -r-i. W lire l ' , liio Irltht tun to his course, anil Uir u 1 -. v .i...,uui hii iK-i ht biit Im a .' FaJu' on & slave ! not buh aa. wrpt alo ( j l'ythe full (Moot power, tf conqueror 1 a ct:ittm R!or ana uouyucg '"" . . , Hti b'u IiImi !Ji.'inUvf to ft horafl Of rt'Uf tri'wnu; uiuaAi u.iii i; nrww iVsoma hamlred ajwanimni onJgrtftt In tut strange iiwii-n uiiujo. Friends, you wall know from whom 1 hare borrowed thece words, aod you mart rJmlt I think, the adaptability ox the iaa. It saamB to me that no word could be choasen more appropriate with which to open a tilkon thi subject thaa thtio, though they are oil You know too well the story of our thralldom. Yea. there h not a man or woman pres eat but who knows too well the 8tory of ouif thralldom. That we are enthralled to a horde of gredy monopolists, capi tal iata. eyndicatea and the various coin binoa that are allied to d...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 13 Testing the Strength of "Tfis Advocate" as an rtlSMH l TO DO THIS WK WILL SELL 1DD Fine Dills ! TT' I': i ' 1 i ' !-' uiizm out. This garment is tun Jo of the Famous Diagonal Chinchilla, natin lint-d throughout, with quiltod eatiu fnowg, In two nhades Hue Hrul black, sewed throughout with nil Worth every ccutoffl.V But as an inducement to hh what re-ults wo do rive from this paper, for fourtoon dayrt will sell tit S 10.00. 4 Thin In the graudcnt opportunity ever offered you in nil your life. Mail orders muni lo accompanied by cah. AIho give breant measure. Reference regarding responsibility may be obtained of I ho Advocate" or any bank iu lopoka. ADDRHOO, UPON tho receipt . of your tul irttn vii will v&TiA rti c.v.r Umtrt-tM Monthly Mn3.?ine FIIEE, It is full o( wit, humor, (uu imdemia. As good ea Tack, Lifo, Jutle or mnazinen yoa pay 10 conti ft copy for. Writo your n&mo and addrcca lainly on a iwntal card and Bflnd at onco. Wo will nail it to you rfU- arly...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

1-4 THE ADVOCATE. OFFICIAL D:..rOT05W. NATIONAL FA KM VOLS' A I.LI A NCR AND IMX STJIML UNION. fcuiiil7.V. VlL ' Clover. 'um t J due. Km. K',-iil,iii1.!,,i,iJ, II. Turner, W4ahtrfcta, II. C. Infihiiirr., , II. W. HvUnuo. I inlt o, f, !'! " Mi'tt Terrell. Vfaidilii.tfon D.C'i jr, itifii'y, C'miiM - l'hifSf yi'if.r i, It. A. rutty, L'Acon, Miss; two years, Mae MeC'racketl, , Ark.; one year, Kviui .town, Ihililln .Tet. Vrtrutiv. CiimrnlUir- i'. W. MeCune. Wanll- h"-uH, D, ('.; Alouo Wardall, lluron, Houth Iv.ikoU; J. r. Iljmuui, runnctio, lenn. CITI.KNS' ALLIANCK OK KAN1AH. "( President D. ('. Zcreher, Olitthe, Ktiri. Vli r-fut.tonr Ira. I) KelliHrtf. ('ollUIIDHS. Kiltl. Keo'y.. W. F. Klghtmlre, Cottonwood lulls, Kan. Treasurer v. II. roru-r, wnwi-o, inu, lrturer H. II. Miyder, Kingman, Km. Hiiecultre Committee,.-m district, John Htod-d.-inl; 'ind district, It. H. Foy; .'Jd district, O, JIM; 4th district, (!. W. Mitral), Chairman, , To Pka, Kjuisihj Bill district, A. Ilempinnet: 0th di...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. ill JU-i -i OIL CAKE! FOR DTOOIC Kansas City Icai and Oil Works, KANtJAH CITY, MIHUOUIU. Mention thli puper. 15 G. II. FLIVTWAM. J. C. N.MITII. MerreLirv. topesa uood fuasiso CO. Miinufiicluitjtn of and dealeri In 2as!). Dcors. ulilm. Braerets. Turaci Wcrk. Store & OSes Hitarc3 Ntdir work ami Interior fliituU In Lard or . . Klfl WOOd. 618 Van Burin SI, . . Tipoka. Ktn AOSIS PUBLISHING HOUSE MINTING, J'UULISHINO AND IIINDINO. CLIFFORD Q. BAKER, Prop., - Topoka, Kan. Ill) mm AT L017 PRICES ! A net of TtnttJi for Vmont or wlili.) Flllliur ,! f V'Y tw'l!f wllUout I'1" w harm.'. '. !;'.'.'.. 1 ! '.".i ". ClcunJntf teeth pr tK t rCi Full upper ami Wer net of tooth on beat rubber'.'.'.'.'.'. V V. la ou HOBATIO A. BLACK, D. 0. S., 629 Kin. Avo.. Nttr 7th 61. llltASS FOUOTltY ADD MACHINE SllOf. Brass Castings Patterns iirnl DiS 10 Of every description mado to order. Repair Steam Pumps, Steam Engines, filill anil Farm machinery. Manufacturer! of CLARK'S PATEMT LUBRICATORS AN...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

t 4 10 THE ADVOCATE 1SL TRUMBULL, 5TREAN 4 ALLEN SEED CO.. Gran, Flatd, Carden and Tre tdi, Onion Sell, Etc. Bend for Catalogue. Mlll Free. t4-i4t r. Lu. .. KANSAS CITY, MO. mm city biiess mm ) Kansas Clfy, Mo.. New York Life building. K. L. Mrllravy president and prtnrlpul of f business: WO. Helton. vice president and nmf of Hloan ImploY'in ""'X'l'" w w i n,tii,.v nwii.ti.rv and treasurer, and principal school of English. .A. piogr essive s nooi with progressive teachers for progressive times. Ituslncss course nncxce led. ttysmm or aiu rir h-md n"it" rwl In Im than half the time required l)y schools using any of the old methods. Hu5 SMy Sivl U conrwn thorough: Mpeclal attention given to lrm:li required f o rWlf aSvf " exanXthm Ten experienced Mr and lecturers, all soec lallsta. OraJuates in i S-urtK n oyment. Over floe) of our former Kraduates are now fiol.tlnif InrraUve posl ttSi Ov?aw i Uhe I vHdliiiC business firm of the went heartily endorse tlin super or clerical VlP SXve furn...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 November 1890

ft it rvir (2 ; r1 ,(& t i ( f y Alaj V. o 2 ' . vy? , ox i j I I W i .1 11 h J I, n a llV: li my lnl.i!Il pk of the yet part; , ' ';i""j;Ji hfij kept slavery. Th-a 'rut. wcf.t8.nil iJ ne U flo lOUtli- ft y Dlxnn Ted by K'jvtiun and rem fl ea neith- ii - rntic and Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. IL NO. IX TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1!), 1800. 10 THK (ill LIT MIXOIUTY OOVKUVOR OK KANSAS. Charles II-oblriHon wan elected the first Governor of the state of Kaunas on De- comber 0, 18.7.), having hml a majority of 2,.r13 in a vote of 13,303. Thomas Carney wan elected in 18(52, hla majority having been 4,027, in a vote of 15,533. Samuel J. Crawford was elected In 1801, the whole vote having been 21,8.1"); his majority was 1,1)31) In 1800 bis ma jority wan 11,218 In a vote of 27,522. James M. Harvey In 1803 had 15,980 majority in a voto of 13,001. In 1870 his majority was 20,08!) In a vote of 01,21:1. ...

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 November 1890

16 THE ADVOCATE. Ml 3 zi a AND WAILIXO OK TIDE hKVMlXY.fi. republlcanl-im, as managed by Itttu In 1800, was made to eound Vthof Ingalls. Thin political SIh.b thrutit upon the party, and KaniuuClfta boasted Btatmmen and juvenll tBJ'WH',;irita of both Boxes were commanded w. w, I with prilr,;? perms of pralne to this ntatoH who had declared that "polltica MHinS!' Je wtaphyulcs of force," and who, tioim. yo:tr, had declared that tho earth's JbiSJiUtanU were in perishing need of a ". tirivlor. ie preen of Ida political party, with n notrvbl.i exceptions, and the polltl u enslaved pulpit of tho state,, were iperloiiflly admonished that they must C0Urudf-t u loyalty to thin Imperialist' Ht.'al fortunes, or he anathematized as al and religious mugwumps Irroverant pretender, who la ut inocentof any knowledgo whatso Snd (or Cer, economics or any of those oucn ' ' ""'"lleh Bt,8.nd Intimately relatol to twnrtl trnwnruAil thft Btflf.ft I.O vjy speeches during the cloning o campaign In the Intor...

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 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 VICTORY fOU THE FKOrLK. Tho dawn f a brighter day for the ag ricultunil ami Industrial c!a:im'nof Amor lcn in breaking. The clouda of preju dice, that "monster of hideous min," which, like the nightmare, robn of sleep and terrifies the ignorant and Buperatl- tioufl, are dlwpernlng. Learning acquired from the profcsHorn la the Hchool of prejudice in dangerous to the Lent inter ests of our country; the confidence, how ever, In these profeHKors, pollticlann, Is Bhaken; the broad banin of charity, "equal rights to all and special privileges to none," will not accommodate this robber of peace and happiness, thin tyrant, that oonllBcated the property of the people through legmlatlvo trickery and reduced the people to filaveH by "capital control of labor by controlling wanes." Pandering to the broken down aris tocracy of the south, the shoddy aris tocracy of the euHt in waning. Damning "Yanks," "Itebs." and "Wlldweeters" la not a paying biifllncHS any longer, and only prove...

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 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. l'ubllaJiod Kvery Wednesday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. W. McLAM.Itf. Prflddcilt. J. 1. LiMKHUitNir.it, Ban. Manager, w. l. liiiowN, nee'y lrfiuurf B McLalmw I Mtrf. Anmir L. Dioon f IW1W ) Hole 'fl'roprlctori TKKM.1 OF HUlMGKIiTION Ouo Copy One Year II.M I welye copies one your . jio.rw UiuDi or I wcnty copies or over, .w nu n. AdTcrtiiiBff I Iain. Display Matter, lfl cents pur lino, Agatei men urement (li llriox to tho Inch) JU'iullnK Notices, 30 cent per line. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUBLISMKCI CO. Toptba Knii. TOPEKA, KAN., NOVEMBER ID, 1890. (EntorJaflooond oIbhh matter in th I'oHt Oftloo at Topokn, Kaiirtan.) Bl'KCIAIiCLUHLIHr. Tifii Advooati A National Economist. .$1.75 " " Chicago Express 1.75 " " Dexter Fro I'xvm 1.75 " Nonoonformini 1.75 " Kanuas Commoner..,. 1.75 " " Toiler 1.WS " Kanflftrt Farmer ..1.75 " Weekly Nationalist.... 1.50 1 WHAT DOEU IT MKANT This ia tho question republi can jwliticians and journalists are fuking oach other,...

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 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 5 niiLosoniif politicians. It is extremely am using to road in republicin journals the various causes aligned for the recent political land slide. One says it is because it is an "ofT year" and the democrat usually gain their victories in "oft" yearn. Another Rays that the huccoks of o porting parties is periodical that it occurs in regular cycles, an it were. and that thin was the democratic cycle. Another says it is owing to tho passatro of the McKinley bill just before election, not affording tirno for tho peoplo to observe its benelicial (?) effects upon tho agricultural and la loring classes beforo they were re quired to vote. Another (tho Topeka Capital) thinks Congress should have passed tho federal election bill an loft tho tariff bill until tho next ses biou of CongreHH. And thus they philosophize concerning tho causes of their signal defeat. There is no doubt that a federal election bill that woul have enabled them to control the eloctions with bayonets would...

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 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. THE FUTUUE 07 mOIIIIjlllOX IN KAN SAS. Tho rocent campaign and tho eloo tioa returns havo revealed tho fact tbit there h ft strong if not throaten inC 0:ponttion to onr state prohibi tory laws. It was thought that tho signal failure of tho roHubmissionitita to demonstrate ft popular movement during tho last year indicated tho in f;i,'pilicance of thoir numbers. And tho further fact of tho overwhelming demonstration of tho prohibitionists following tho supronie court decision i on original packages, tended to ; titrengthcn tho belief that tho opposi ' tion to tho existing laws was inconse quential. It must now bo confessed that tho foregoing tests of Hontimont wore not conclusive Hon who shrank from publicly declaring themselves on tho f.ido of resubmission because of ita C odiouancsa from a moral standpoint, J availed themselves of tho socrocy of tho ballot box to express thoir real ""sentiments. By far tho largest proportion of tho incro;;nod opposition to prohibition...

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 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. IMl'KNDl.VO DANGERS. Tho following cnlitorial from tho Southern Alliance Fanner exhibits tho methods that aro being employed by tho dominant party of (leorgia to defeat tho ;popular will an expressed at tho jm)11h upon tho Senatorial quos tion. Tho Hiimo tactics will bo p&r- fiuod iu Kansas. Not only that, but even now tho Uxors aro at work at tempting to corrupt legislators elect ed by tho peoplo and fiocuro tho ro turn of John J. Installs. Thia chief of corruptionists has boon overwhelm ingly tlofoutoil at tho polls. Opposi tion to his re-election was tho great inHuo of tho campaign. Tho republi can party staked everything upon thin issue and lost. It will now Book to ro-onacttho disgraceful scones of 1870 and accomplish by fraud what has been lost at tho ballot box. Tho question to '-o decided in, can tho rep resentatives eloctod by tho pooplo's party bo corrupted? Tho indications aro that they cannot. It is woll, how ever, for tho peoplo to understand tho metho...

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 November 1890

" THE ADVOCATE. 0:i:l MOM TIISS TOI'EKA CANTAL. V Milmit tho following exhibi 1!o:: of bdld ntgo, tho editorial ut-tr-i' wicon of a papor whoso nhamolons ( v -u.'."i in tho lato campaign in unpar u!Lld in tlo history of initios. Never Hlnoo the days of tho Know Nothing or ganization tins un oath-bound secret political so ( l.if.y Lv.cn pt-nnlUod to oxiHt In any slate In this union u.it.11 Colonel 1'olk and his confederated MiinifcttUXH Invaded the toll of thin state, and wi'Ji oath and socret plotting Inaugurated their vl!u iic.V.ruo to hand over tho doKtlny of tho fair t ;t utate among them all to the control of a clans of inon who fought four long years to lit,roy thin government. Vhon diil Colonel Polk and his confederated conspirators invade tho coil of Kansas? Han it como to pass thai tho Capital and its party ho ab wlutcly own tho noil of Kansas that tha loyal farmer citizens of tho state may not invito a loyal citizen of door jrh and a loyal citizon of North Caro lina to atte...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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