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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 November 1890

SHAM PKETKNSKH. If raoro evidence is roquirod to Katmfy tho paoplo & the hyixK'rsy o the republican party on tho question of prohibition than is furnished by tho utato of Kansas, wo have only to look to our neighboring utato of No braska to find it. A special Lincoln corroopondont writing to tho Uver of Chicago, nays : Lincoln, Neb., Nov. '.7.- lVjmHi fonrjx dawe,) - Do you wonder at the result of tlie vote on the amendment, Prohibition h.td no possible chance to pull through. The List week witnessed the crowning efforts of the rum oligarchy. Who killed the amendment? The authmixe rtrtenlattrr. of the rrpuhlicaix inul (U-imwratL part.tr. Tho olllclal tickets of hnlh part If were printed "Against the amendment." It was choked to death and murdered by the politicians me ranit ami me inn no chance to vole for pro hibition. It was Impossible, At the hint moment the prohibition state ruin mlttoe discovered the nefarious plot ami printed thousand of republican and democratic tickets w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 November 1890

EO THE ADVOCATE. A n .T OP THE JIOJllTtl OV TlflC KAN.iW UOUM! OF liiraSNTATIVLS YOU '1)1. The following table ehowa the repro & -ntJiUve district, county and list of Rep tt r; mUtivcu elected on November 4, 1800, with Rorcifl subsequent comparisons with the :Jdoa of ltiU'3: I -Doniphan, J. 1). Williamson, Republican. 2 Atchison, John Mutton, It. 3 " It. I. Fisher, People's. 4 .TcJImon, c. If. Fhlnuy, It. ft ' M. IfHitrd. I'. -Leavonwortli, K. W. VVllLird. K'u!hiiIh1oh. 8 44 T.C. Cralif, 1 It- 44 F. M. liable, P. 10- Wyan.totte, J. O. Mllncr, 1. lt " J. A. Unrein). I). 12-Johnson, ('. M. Dickson, P. 1J -Douidan, C. N. IllHhoir, It. 11- " N. Hlnimons, K. is-Franklin, P. P. Kldcr, P. Hi- .1. 1. Htevens, I. 17 Miami, .T, II. Coons, 1. in- " J. U. ItomliiKf.on, K. l: Man, J. W. Tucker, I. V Anderson. J. M. Aloxander, P. 21 Allen, I,, it. pwirson, If.. 2Itourbon, W. M. Itlcw, 1C n- 44 II. F. Fortney. P. 'i-Crawford, J. M. Kced, J', art 44 A. J. Corny. I '.u-Cherokco, Jme 1'. Chubb. P...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 12 IIOVVI IT WAS Z.QRQ AN IZY.l). la oufattonlniimcut tt the bucccwj of the jxwple'u patty la Kanaau wo muot cot Imagine that it w&a the work of oa unorganized and temporary bo, nti merit. l no power or organlatior wad never more clearly demoniitratf J. Neither of th other parties wan aa BtrlcLly organized or 14 frequently reviewed and drilled. Th local alliaicea were the tacklxme of the movement! They met frequently, re ceived Instructions from their central ofikora, pledge! themnelven to voting the ticket, read their party literature and acted with the precision of a machine. A entlmeut and a reaaon were the strong epriaga, but thero wan everywhere the direction of a pervading Intelligence of management. If the democratic voters of America were half aa well organized no republican or plutocratic party could carry a Btate. The farmers' alliance in Kaunas has had the services of two weekly organs of large circulation, both of which were conducted with a wkill which...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. rCK'UI ILNOW.V. "Ibe rv.iult of die election In KtneAj on T" ?bor 4, 1800, has thrown the active i !:ngtrct the republican party into av .'h n rlMo of general disorder that even V ( c'is'jal obanrvor radily porcolveatbat t ) party 1 1 all out of a general equlllb- ilum, and that some of tho republican s? Linti, Uteri!) hungering and thlrot i j for continuance In office, or for a Dew j ,'.!ont 63 the cnao may bo, eoora to t it for granted that the Incoming: leg l-i'.iire Tvill bo glad to recognl.e their n'irt preening claims. . lr,t political barnacle, John JamcH In .0, remembering tbit hla Senatorial e! . :lon la 1373 was the sequence of a or;t diabolical conoplracy ; that hia return h 1373 waa finally accompllihed la the tc'-.d'of the average citizen by placing r.v, .ify la eight of legislators, where "it n'iit do tha moot good," and that the t!' ' , J came aa the result of party coward Ic, where, coneofiuent upon the defeat of James G. Klalne, there came the po ll jj...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 12 TIIK FA KM HIM IV (UNCiKKSH. TIio followlotf, c!!;ijl from the IInEc hlauon XtM, shows that noiiio people have tliA (llncem tnont, uuw tlittt tlm imoke of tho Imttlo lu oli'iiml away, to (Uncover the true situation of f fairs. VV (Mrnctilly liojw that they will not for-K-t tltrst tliliiKi 111 the nitt':iinH'i.- liuiToit. If tlm fanners' alliance has elected as many mcmbera torongross as claimed by President I'olk, of th:tt organization, there may bo no democratic swnkor In the Fifty wond Congress. The farmers may have the "La'ance of power" and conclude to make the mont of the situa tion. The republicans would, no doubt, prefer an alliance man In the chair rath er thun to ee a bourbon there. A cor respondent of the Huston Journal speak ing of the situation nay a: "The armumptlonsof the democracy are too far reaching. Oreat aa their appa rent majority In the House of Ilepresen tatlvcH ia, It Id not clear that they will have straight democratic votes enough to elect a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. OFFiCIAL DJr.LOTCW. RATIONAL FAHIulKft.V ALLIANCE AND INDl'fJTKIAL UNION. IVil'ent L. Ti, IV.k, XVniVrHon, I. 0, :.- l'r'.(i!ii(iiit....H. Jl. Clover. C.in'jki.f.n, Kan, ' ' i ii'l.trv f. II. Turner. WikflAnvUn). I. C, i t vnirur 11. V. Hickman, J'uxlco, Mo. i..".u,rT. lien Terrell, Waimlriftton. u " (.iv,nf(r CwMwiif-TIinw V(!art. L A. I'lUty, 7' V:m, M'.ss; two yearn, I;uw McCWken, , ,Ar one, year, Kvan Jones, luli4l,TfX. ; . i'lnrulive VimmUh6il W. ItM.'une. Wish- l. i 'on, i). C.; Alon.o Wardall, Huron, Houth A ..MJU; J. r, unman, raltnotio, ienn. CITIZENS' AI.LIANCK W KANSAS. Srorili1.nt I). C. Zerchrr, Olatlio, Kan. V'M President. .Ira 1. KelloKpr, Coiumrms, non, f c'y.. VV. F. Jtltfhtmlre, Cottonwood Fulls, Kan, ',.,r. UT II l.rtii t.r.l Villi i.c-f,urcr H. II. Hnyder, Alnf man, Ran. . Croml Ire Cotnm.lttse,-nt district, John Htod-tf-'Hl; ami district, K. 15. Foy; ad tltntrlct, U. J.i;ll;nh district, C. W. Marsh, Chairman, To- I" kii. Kansas; MM district, A. Ile...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 15 r. X J J1 1 V m you can get, tljN now , SUITS AMD OVERCOATS! llullt to Rive value; no fancy fixtures to jfl.y for; ahorlnK clear through 10 W K.riNHK I'lClCKM f lake a imUat U Li U Lil Ll:; Li All-Wool f-rt.co I ron CM Suit ! A 3.00 Double Itrt aated Heavy 0 vercoat ! 120 EAST SIXTH AVENUE, - TOPEKA, KAIISAS. MASS rOUNDKY AND MACHINE SHOP. Brass Castings, Pattens anfl Brink Of every deocrlption made to order. Repair Steam Pumps, Steam Engines, Mill and Farm Machinery. Manufacturer! of CLARK'S PATENT LUBRICATORS AND GUAGE COCKS. For estimate ad Jrcss aso. s. aixAjic &i co., Mease mention Hits paper. 623 Kin. At., North Topoka, Ktnui. :1 THE KAIJ3A3 CITY "MJcdica! and Surgical Sanitarium. For thi Treatment of an cnronic and nnird, roniM, ni un.Uii to thou, itllnul with ehruuln, iurilr.1, r, t,l rfmi. dliM.Mw., toil I. iuppll4 vllh 1)1 tht IkM.I InttmUon. In tlwilrln tnli-nc. it. dtrmllT pllm, Innruio.nU, ppriuM,milliilnn,w. W ri DKKOKMITIKS of lln ham body. Wt art...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 November 1890

A 10 THE ADVOCATE. ""VI f r r,-..i :'.!l!f"n'', mt& CITY TflUMDULL. CTnCAN 4 ALLEN sced co., Cunt, full, Cartfin an Tri ttnti. Onion I.!, t3o. SaJ for CaiUoguh Ki'ArA Yr. 14fi-Mt ! ., KAISVAO CITY, MO. n n Q f-i p-T r,- j, c. pzippard. 1220 mm avenue, msAsciTY.ra. Jfi'wirtOily, Mo. New York Life building K. I. Mollravy, president and principal of co)W of - l,',''r !'-jN!;-10-,V1l'llonvl,',,l'r,'',,',,'nl,iaJ I'rtiu-ipa.1 of Moan IMiployau school of shorthand- Vf. Vf. IJnds .'V. KCillt.irv ami tr:iMiiir fcti.l nrtn.-ltiul aU.A f ili. a ........ t I ..,'.1. . ,. , . , . ....,, j.uKi,rii, t LM "Hirniivn HIIIINII WiJi iini .tr'bFilvn ttuu-hi-rii for rtvanriy-ilve times. lEuulneHS roursc, unexcelled. HyNtcm of short , lun-l ir .iMcir.l In l. rti Ih.in Inlf tiio time rcmlred by schools nalii any of the old methods. Hue Vi' y taught by nuill. F.ii(iitnH courses thorough. Hpccial attention Klven to branches required , r r m I m rvlce cnaminuMona. Inn ej'ilcneed teachers ami lrtiu-in. al...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

a r S if . I . . tf 1 t?r f I aft i t j r. . r ; ' , ; ,r nil . o i 7 V 1 . - ,, Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. Ik TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1000. 10 PAGES. WHO WAS THEUE KVE51 A ( Jit EAT Kit l'O LITICAL DEFEAT In Karuiaa In 1838, of the forty repub lics nomlnas for the State Senate, thirty-nine were elected, and of the 12!) for the House of Representative, 120 were elected. Had the Bonate been elected this year on an "Ing&lla lutme," loan than one-tenth of the henchmen for this Kansas political exotio would have beon choHen from this body, and a brief Bur vey at the house elect, furnishes a moot poworful illustration of the fitness of the quotation that Senator Ingalls might ap ply to himself, "We all do fade as a leaf." Would be but study for a short Bpace of time the map of Kansas, he might dis cover that In the northern tier of Kansas countieB, from Doniphan to Rawlins, there ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

, KUSt.tllf roil liAtlfJASfl. r Mill. M. K I.XABR. Kut r.ili for l,m(if,eovs fUmiEHf 1i-r ii- or lo iou at tAut, ll' t io llio oneonifi or (''iciiiionj-j riiNJittiR liFirit. It wifiiu o'er Hid j i ijiiin, O er Jut vaiyn, ao.f her bli! 1 li iluw itinn; ray of nr,rty bttte iuimiUiDiAji.nuim, A fit the north winds nl t3m houIIi l.i'r Jtor the waiting land, J JK'.t luiliruru fi.),T, M In lie r,Mt, lli'IM'lu t!m M'avftr'n luirid. llor hoII liitjjtJzwl wttfi freeman! Mood A (ii'i'iiiri'i noil vliall bo; Ht'N) Khali hiir don a id laiditi' dwell la plenty, poaeo and liberty. Tim i5li it of h niitlon's dead itoad over Kamma Roll, To tirjfii that he who till tho land ri lould own tlia fruits of toll. i tfr.,y IF frav B'" martyred aires, i,,''''''! 11 m lSI d B tt, V 11 rhix tho Ml of unuiy'i knoll, And Kttjmn what) la freo. Tim in:krNlial!)M( IiohIs of freedom, unH.-d, nwlrt and Rtronir; I homo ntraliiHt thfl mortK.ijro," V u tho burden of their roox Jhi plowman left his furrow, '1 n farmer h...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE T1IF, TKtE CAUSES. To the Editor of Tun Advocati. The recent fictions have shown a marked diHHatisfaction with the practices of the republican party on the part of tho Industrial cIxmos all over the country, and have been taken by the democrats aa evidence of Increasing power and popu larlty of democratic principles. There can bo no doubt but that the breaking down of prejudices, engendered by the war and nurued by th republican party, must greatly add to the influence of true democratic principles, yet whether It will help tho democratic party, as now man aged, la a matter of great uncertainty. There la but little difference between the people's "woven demandu" and the plat form of the southern and western damo critta, and the two clasnee heartily joined In voting for the nnmo candidates in nearly overy southern and western etate, with the result that dozens of democrats have been sent to Oongrena on plntfcnns In which every reform asked for by the people has been Inco...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. VuhWnlwA I'very Wodiwivliy by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. r. wcui,i.iw( rrouiii,nit, ) J. 1. I.iMKiiuuNKK. Hun. M;tnmr('r. V.. W. T. llwtj w N, tkc'y Trcamiror, ) Holo ropilotori 0 McLALMtf Mim. ANNt.icL.DKwm JWltors IHfomST TO ADVKmsKLS. I he Advocate now has tho largos circulation of any paper in the ttito of KaiiflM end you will do well to consider this f.ict if you wish to row tho greatont number of readers at tho smallest iiyomw. Our subscription list and jwstago bills are open for in spoction. Wo challenge comparison, TKICMiJ Mt HUUHCltirTION Ow Copy Ono Year fi.oo Twolvo copies ono yrur tio.iw union or twenty copies or over, f.nocwh. Advertising Hate. Display Matter, 13 emits pur line, Agatw nica vri-iin.iiL (i i urn' io inn ineiij Kc Klln.c Notices, so emit per lino. AiMroiM all communications to tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topcka Kamaa A FF.W THOUCIITS ON TUB QUESTION' OIT I'UOIIIDITIO.V. NO. III. It in proposed ia thin article to con sider somo of tho questio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. existence is ft constant, raenoco to every material and moral intern t, and to liconso it is nothing loss than a crima Tho state which grants tho license indirectly licenses every crime nnd every baneful effect that results from the traflic. There is no encapo from this conclusion. Ah a prelim inary step towards absolute govern ment control, the state of Kansas can never consistently recede from its avowed policy of prohibition. OIK MORTU.VdK lKItT. Wo desire once more to call tho at tention of comity alliances to tho threat importance of securing correct statistics of tho indebtedness of tho pooplo. Tho old party papers per sist in doclaring that it is not serious, that farmers who are industrious and economical aro prosperous, and that thcro is no cause for complaint. They publish wooldy It. G. Dun's report which speaks of tho great revival of tradoand tho constantly increasing indications of unprecedented pros perity throughout the country, not withstanding every me...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

Till DVOC 'tuimnsQ vdz iiirria." ?.:.:..ch ia tho tit!o of an articlo in tha Tel.: do, Oaio, Commercial, copiod in tha I'll Doroda Republican, roviow ii';r tha field unco tho closo of the IwUlo. Ah tho article is corned m nn o iitcrir. without crodit, wo proanmo itrenrcwttfithoviowsof tho Repub lican, An J shall troat it accordingly. While previous to and daring tho campaign tho Republican has inflat ed upon tho wisdom and beneficence of the policy of its party, tho than dors of tho rocoijt storm have caused a sudden awakening from n Itin Van Vinltlo sloop and a realization of tha ffict that there is "something tho matter." Tho Republican sayH: la every election the will expressed by the pwplo moans NoiiM'thliiB and should be care f illy Ktudlod and an thoroughly understood as fan lo from the in tho caso and the r,.,;i.,n'reii. iu easy to say -'this Is the erf year" but It docs not satisfy the Inquiring itd. It Is easy to nay that the dofertlon of disappointed politicians It to be l...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

DEIP WATER nirsoM. AH that has boon Riid and writion within the lost two years with refer ence to tho importance of improving tho harlxrs of our southern coast is unquestionably true. Tho went neodj thoHO more direct points for tho mar keting of farm and other products. There is neither economy or pood management in neglecting to improvo our natural coast advantages. But in tho enactment of legislation look ing to this end, thoro aro vital con siderations which must not bo lofit eiht of. For many years pa?.t no legitilation looking toward tho development of public enterprises has been urgod which waa unaccompanied by schemes for selfish and personal ends. Cor porations or cliques of individuals forosooing an opportunity to onrich thomsolves, would eot in motion tho legislative machinery, and at tho same timo they would syHtomatically engago in oducating tho uninitiatod public to believo that tho proponed moaaures woro purely for tho public benefit. It is not charged that the recent ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. it IX'S HO.VJCY. 1 ' lumber of yt-a.T t!i i Wpld of t!i' court 1 i 1 tvo fn:i:n laboring at adtoidvaUittfrtbecaufto , - .1 i.::i;.;:h'!crif, rireuluilnir medium, 'i !, i livi.t tlmciem t!il country are the tlinon v.'jm roue Is plenty ami rfu'.np. 'IV;i biulmin M Ill-Ink and laboring men are ' k-jt bury. ItUfliedutyof tho itvrnm!ut to keep the n a-.i'Is t,l commerce well un-uncd. An the population Increawa tliti circulating ivf iilnni outfht to bo lncrcufiiwl In proportion. Wo want not only free nllvttr coinage, but we vm.it a jirotty free lumiance of paper mofiivy. Tho wmn nmcnt oui;I.t to lw;ue $io,0(K),(H)) a month of greenback! until all valuc, including U.e value of real estate, Khali be affect!, and tfinn It (lioiiM continue to Incroanu the clrculat nk medium M tho population of tho country In II tho Congress, at Its wwilon tlila winter, will n;;iko provlt.lori for free coinage of illver and the InercatiB of tho greenback currency at tho rate of f S0,fHx;,fHM a mo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. who prldeti himself upon being arran ger," linn noeri a revolution reaching to a republican Ions of IMoIn the counties) of Elk and Chautauqua, which haa placed anti-Iugalla men in the hoimoof repre Bentatlvea. In tbe Fifteenth district Hanker Sen ior flnda an iuutructlon to him aa senator in a majority of 1 ,H27 votwt to refrain from cutting a veto for Senator Ingallu, and tho reprcaentatives from hln district ure onthuaumtically in favor of that op poltlon, one of whom in 1. I Elder, the experienced leglahttor from Franklin county. In tlie Sixteenth district Senator Itun kln, of (Hnge county, accepts tho anti Ingnlh majority of 1127 in this county aa a ponltlve command from hla confititu enta to do hla duty. In the Seventeenth diatrlct Senator Howard, of Douglas, who finds the re publican majority of 1,0 HI of 1SHS in hid county now changed to an opposition majority of aa an ample protection to him in withholding hla vote from Ingalla. In the Eighteenth dlntrict, whic...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

10 THIS ADVOOATrl i.-tt , : ji 11 v !: T I 7.'',." i t t, inoi U thf Ini crir I "I V Bui (lid ! ;ly v ' ho m . ,"Of,t Vfot mail 1 .brof Ths oil party bcsjNi aras&ttlcjiaafcj. Th'.Ir kr.e-os troniblo ai tboy tejli to re b,!im th etr?n;k"th and power cf our or ganization, and our Vwickla qualltl." 'The Ignorance of the LiaMa" hai flown a ray, crA with It the power of dictation i.ni tho ability to hoodwink tha 'com non people," who have becoma thor oughly awakened to their own lntoreuts, r.tid have a standing political organiza tion of their own, which has, la a few Abort months, practically destroyed tha political Intrigues of the rlngiteis of the old partita, who tried by every device to mcaauro our strength before election. But their political algebra contained no rule by which they could arrive at that "unknown quantity," and m it far ei ceodf-d thoU expectations and bids fair to sweep the political field In J8D2, they have decided to wake their political or ganization ft perma...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

TAftUF TALK. To th Editor of Ta a Autooat. Although tho turi2 hai bfn ao gma frally ilIiKuuinwl all over the country, there ellll appears to bo a great number of tho wino. Intelligent people who aaton Itih us with the confuatxl notiona cf Low tlio tarlil operatic. It has hwn awiertwl caln and again by Boma protectionists that the consumer docon't pay the duty, that it la the foreigner who iisWn our Lu portora the good 4 that pyj all the tarl.7: la other words, if the Knglltih or Trench manufacturer eolla goodu to our Ameri can Importer, he muat pay the tariff on such goods to our rovernment. Aa the writer in early Ufa waa enga&'od for many years with an extensive whole wale dry good firm who Imported rooda from England, Franco and Germany, he ia familiar with the mode of proceedings adopted by Importers of foreign good. Theme who Import foreign gooda eiten slvely generally havo aa njf eatln London, ranannd Hamburg, who keeps "their tlrm poHted in regard to pricon, cow Btylio, et...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. It.mitOADTAXEH. To t"ie IxUtor of Tuu Aovwavk. Tha luwa cf thla etate proviso that for t"v f urposio of the luidflOKrudit of railroad I'xopnty, the lieutenant governor, eecre tnry of etatfl, treasurer of cUte, auditor f slvla tin! th attorney goaeralare con i VtuUd a beard, of railroad flnE3ors to ti:;.::,3 th property of railroads within tha ttita off Kaneisi. Th law alao requires tha railroad oom jmiciin thlsi state to forward to this beard of ast'ccoon a sworn list or Bt&to- miu'it of ita property which li taken tn a k;,i for rocoHricg tajics. We give this Blmply aa an Introduction cr bit of Information. We have no fault to find with the plan of constituting the board, but we do have fault to fled with the manner In which they perform their duty, or the results attained, and for tho folio win;; reasons: Flriit. Because they fall to make or re- quiro the railroads to pay as much tax in proportion to the value of their holdings &3 do th individual, the common ...

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