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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

THIi ADVOCATE. 5 D1SC0BD BEIGXIXG AMO.VO THE IIUTCII IXSON REPUBLICANS. When the Kansas republicans wore gleefully boaatingof thoir"R'A0(K) ma jority" they woro apparently blimfull in thoir sweetly attuned harmonic, until President Harrison exhibited a Bcanty disregard of the proving claims of his hosts of Kansas patriots Put since tho very inntructivo elec tion of November 1 ,18!K), theno breth ren seem to speak right oat in meet ing, with a inOHt wonderful freedom of speech. Italph M. Easley, of tho llntchin fion News, who is nothing if not im pertinent, jumps with a coarse bru tality upon Hon. George It. Pock, of Topeka, accusing him of "trying to stand in with tho allianco for sena torial purposes." Listen to the fol lowing newsy denunciation of Sir. Pock: Tho alliance would as soon support Mr. Man vel or Mr. Cable or Mr. (iould as Mr. Pock. If the Sunt Fe attorney woulld reflect a moment It would come to hi mlnl that tho lato campaign waged by tho allianco was three fourths of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE. A KKW THOUGHTS OX THE QUWTION OF puoiiiurnox. NO. V. Ocala, Florida, Poo. 8, 1890. In our last nrticlo wo indicated oar purpose to treat tho personal liborty phaso of this question tho following week. Oar attondanco at tho Su preme Council of tho National Alli ance prevented the fulfillment of that purpoBO at an earlier date. Tho assumption that prohibition of tho liquor traffic is aa unwarrantable invasion of individual rights is re garded by many on tho strongest ar gument against it. It will not bo at tempted at this time to givo an ex haustive treatise of this subject We fthall not attempt to oven indicato tho statutory inhibitions that might bo citod as furnishing precedents for such legislation, though several of this character exist that might with equal consistency bo urgod as inva sions of personal liborty. Wo pro poao rather to take a plain, common Bonne viow of tho subject upon its own merits without regard to its re lation to any other question or any oth...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 7 SPECIAL ELECTION' IV THE THE THiaTT fECOND SK.VATOUIAL DISTHICT. I$y reason of tho untimely taking oft of Hon. K. E. Swearingcn.of Con cordia, hto Senator from the Thirty necond district, combed of tho counties of Cloud and Republic, a p)cial election to fill the vacancy, has Loon ordered by Governor Hum phrey on Monday. December J10, 1800. It in idle to way that thin coming election may bo regarded as one of uncommon importance) nhould tho re publicans seriously contont it,as it may prove to bo a hint object lennon in de veloping ft comparison between earlier and later developments in Kansas politics. Whero now tho re publicans uro in a great minority, they were formerly an invincible power. A historical glance at tho polit icrt of theso two counties may prove to bo interesting to ono who can realize n distinction botwoen tho past and the future of Kansas, if not of American politics between tho dy ing and tho living elements, which stood related to our groat republ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

3 THE ADVOCATE. fiflHAT INEQUALITY IV UF.I'ttKMKNTATIO.V. Tho seven Pacific states or those went of tho Uocky mountains ftro hero prcsontod with population for im and 180): I'oputrtUoil. Namt of Slate. lio. turn), California ;i,t;:n ;:btmi VANiiliiKton "."i.Jiu 8i!,.iia Orison 17I.7UH :!r.7',K) MontAlia ,TJ,irj i:il,7!! Idaho ;t.!,flio mi.3"j Wyoming 20.7HS I0,IM) Nevada iw.iWil 11,327 Thoso ho von states havo fourteen United States Senators and twolvo IleproHontativos in Congress, and un der tho coming apportionment will havolifteon KeproHentAtivos. Indiana, with q population of 2,180,0:10, will havo two Senators and thirtocn Itop rcsentativos, and in tho rifty-Socond Congress will havo two administra tion and thirtoon opponition, whilo the seven abovo named states will havo twonty-two administration and four opposition members. Monopoly and plutocracy ard reign ing twins in thoso wtutor, lying on tho westorn side of tho rango to tho Golden (iato and embracing tho far northwest, an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 0 CLEMEN II m-MM PS & CHAFFEE'S on I'Mii (Ui III We will betfin our regular Bomi-annnal Clearing up Sale of Clothing, Monday morning, Docombor 15, by offering many entire lines of Clothing, Overcoat, Suits Extra Trousers, Children's Overcoat anil Suits at prices which will ccmniend them nt onco to all careful buyers of good clothing. At tho clono of every neanon merchandise of all kinds in crowdod np on tho market to clone, ana wo have found this method of cleaning up onr stock and placing ourselves in position to start in the new son son with a full, complete fitock or frcehj pefuionablo pood, to be eminently atififactory to our cus tomers as well as ourselves. And we give you tho benefit of this clearance Halo now instead of waiting until the season is farther advanced. OVERCOATS. A full line of Ulutera, good weight, (iray and Drown mix, $5.00, Former price $7.00. OVERCOATS. The beat Chinchilla Overcoat la the city for the money, $10. $12 and $15. Been selling fo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

10 THE ADVOCATE. THE rKOPLB WATCHFUL OF SIGHTS. TIIXIE A Paper Read" Pcfore Ktony Point Alliance Ioilz of Muscotah, Kannaii, ou November 20,1890. To tho Kilitor of Tii advocate: It 1.1 not to bo suppofjoJ that any jr son, especially a lady, livlnj in oonipa;a tlvo retirement, would have the courafl9 to make an extoinporaneoua apeoch bo fore an audience, either grant or small, but filing that I would 1ft q to throw In a few words of cncournjmcnt to this , coblo brotherhood, and in that way, per haps aid in tha great entorprlco (found cd an It id upon the principles of the golden rule), I concluded to put some of my thoughts into writing which I will now read to you. The tariff in all its branches and In tricate windings as affecting the Interests of farmers and laboring people generally has been fullly explained, and In III un foldment we have taken a peep Into the dark scenes that Ho behind tha curtain. We have proved that It Is a systematized steal from beginning to end from the pe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

THE ADVOCATR II IftOWX DEOCXA CQ2. To the Editor of Tna Adyocati. I have Been a number of article la r K?ird to dlflorent plinta said to lx tha plant of the weat, to which I would like to add my experience. I have livod in western Kuntms for live yeara and have tried nearly every kind of corn, m&Ue, eorghum and dhoura, to find eomothlng that would make a good crop in dry weather, and find them all to fall but ono, viz., Drown Dhoura corn. Three years ago we got a small quantity of eoud from Pennsylvania. It did splendid, but the chickens and Urdu destroyed it nearly all, flo we only had a few heada for seed. The next spring we planted about two acres, and it made a splendid crop, where Kafllr com and MIlo Maize nearly failed. Wo had more grain on two acres of brown Dhoura corn than we had on thirty-five acres of Mllo Maize and Kafllr corn. This year we planted a good sized Held Dhoura corn and a small patch of Kafllr corn, Milo Maize and broom corn, just to give them an other tr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

12 THE ADVOCATE.- CsU for a NHour1 CoMfaronrw. .;. . Wheroaa, In unity there li etr,njtb therefWo it la durable that thoro uhould b a union of nil th variously uartM or ijanlatlonH that Btand on common ground. To thin oikI tho Inlivll5ia!ii from various ntut'8 whom named art hereto 8f.ffr.nnl, In accordance with recent itig gcBtlona of tho Knights of Labor ami tie general wlah of all progressive reforms, make this call for a national conference to bo compoHoJ of delegates from the following organizations, namely: The Independent Tarty; The Peopled Party, by Ita repreaenta Uvea. The Union Labor Tarty, by its repn- icntativeB; The late Federal and Confederate Sol dlere, by their representatives; The Furraern' Alliance; The Farmers' Mutual Deneflt Asuoolft- tioa; The Cltlzena' Alliance; Tho Knights of Labor; 1 The Colored Farmers' Alliance; And nil other Industrial organizations that Bupport the principled of the Rt. Loula agreement of December, 1839. Each utate organization to Bend on...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. CORRESPONDENCE. DcMre for Manufacturing Development. Resolutions passed by FlenBant Ridge Alliance No. 1108, Hanover township, Washington county, Kansas, on Decem ber 8, 1890: Whereas, The tendency of capital is to combine and build up manufacturing inter ests in the cant, leaving all the resources and facilities of the went dormant, and Whereas, We believe there are many weet ern localitiea where manufacturing interests oould be profitably sustained, therefore be it Resolved, That the allianco of Kansas should URe it influence to induce manufac turers to locate plants in the went, and espe cially to build Huch factories in our state as our facilities would render practical. Resolved, That we ask the alliance and the alliance press to Rive this matter due consideration and discussion. Resolved, That these resolutions be for warded to our national, stata and county organs for publication. Josurn KoLKe, President. J. T. BoitNOAsaKit, Secretary. Er.iurKit, Kan., Not. 22, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

14 THE ADVOCATE. J n. TAYLOR, prsrl. TMrktnaon Co.. Is . fTt- , horns, Poland China Hop, Brqu luna. Giuovar Alio polled uigos Ifolfors nd CulFj For Ch, Of my own ruining; from Imported lama; t&o Tory bent stork, i l icoa lew. A. J. CJftOYEXt, 23 MuetxjUij, it a. Fliwue mention Tus Aovocatc TTinMTA AND SOUTH WKHTK2N KEN proprietor. No. liK.-? rf. Wichita Mt.. L U. D"), wiclJU, Ks. Urcedor of Imported iWs, Ikhv bur, tit. UiTJuirdJi Newfoundlands, i-wka i;oacuofl, lieminu, i.iin inu aim trrun j dusmi, Great Dane or Gorman Pdm", liiijcr.tth want:.: llml Terrfera and rui;s, Fox Mounds, lAtgtt ati iu.ull ..,1 '!',... Irluri W,.rt.. If In Charlea, Cockrtr and Japanone Kpanleln. fannl-iH iHhepherdu, Hcotch Terriers, Hairier' Mvr.lMtia, PoikI'hs Hint others alwaya on hand. Adlrei wlih atamp. Mention l n advocat. RIVERSIDE HERDS Jlbtabllahed 1B08. V. "Jathawkkb," "U. B." mi "OnrrAKO" at bead or hoard. I. V. RANDOLPH 4 CO., Earporla, Kan. cay you aaw una in ins advocate. rm mm uzis am rmmz...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 15 AHSAS PUBLISUII3G HOUSE. PKINTM), PUBLISHING AND BINDING. OLIFFOBD 0. BAKER, Prop., - Topolca, Kan. D ATE" 1MTC ObUlnwl In the Unlied Htato, runada and all forrlxn countries. Of "H I L-InJ lO touerta of tlielutnH iftleeroerlvwl weekly, ami all patent lawi ' 1 on Iniml and free for ronnultallon to t tlent. The lament ami beit leeted l'ut cut I JbiHry wt of Wiuhlnnton, U. (J., Mithr&clng a comploto lint of all patents iaiued from the organization ol the nflleo, 17'., to t'je present Urns, lUlixUd Vane, Apical. IU luet CaKiU.AMliii.mfnU, Fttrfctttul CtUft, IkMgn i'Vjtenfs, Tioif Alarh, UittfU, VvurQlU, liutrfernwf nul tntrinQomnit atteiidtMUo with skill ami fidelity by JAME3 O. YOUNO, Attorney at Ijiw. Notary Public, Solicitor of Patents, and United Mutes VMn Atfunt, Office, IUxjiih tt, 03 and 04 Hall 1 '.midline, fith and Walnut Htreets, Tkhthone IH-JO. KauuM City, Mo. a III I TT T "Hi ' JUL .n i n b Mil The Kansas Allianco X2icbango Company is now located ia K an...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

16 THE ADVOCATE mm: .4 TP UU DULL, UTHtAfl A. ALLCN UIED CO.. Snua, full, $-rt4J tni Tre Wi, CitUia tUtla, C? t. for C-teJ!, IV W ft" ,V .. li.l (I'd kJ LAW liiAb- County, Township and School District R3ccrd3 and Supplies. Dlanluj of HJvory Doascrlptlon. GEO. W. CRANE & CO., Topoka, Kansas. ttnd.lor fljnenl or Uw Catalogus. AITBTIH & GEAY BEOS., Emporia, Kansas, -iMroitfruiuy and lut.cr.Dicit. oir- Eoglisl Sie, CpsSalc, PorciroD, Suffolk Fid FbIi Coach MID STANDARD BRED STMtlO'lS A!ID r.UIIES. Our homes were selected by ft member of the firm direct from the breeders of Kurope, and are descendants of the iiionL noted prize winners of the Old World. We paid spot cash for all our stock and K't the best H rMit bargains and were not obliged to take the refuse from dealers at exor bluuit flKiiri'K In order to obtain credit, thereby enabling im to sell better animals at bfttar price, longer tune and a lower rate of Intercut than almost any other linn In America, we have alao the mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

... n AM H i A J y i .. J f Y AT vt V I "1 Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. IK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2L, 1890. 10 PAGEa THE NATIONAL COUNCIL S rrorccdlncH of the Meeting at Ocala, Florida, December 2, HUM). From the NatlonaljKconoinlst. FIIIHT DAY. kr- Meeting callod to ordor by the presi dent, L. L. Polk, at 12 m. sharp. Prayer by the chaplain, Rev. Isam I. Iiangloy, of Arkansas.) The following oillcers were appointed by the chair: Isam P. Langley, of Ar kansas, chaplain; A. E. Cole, of Michi gan, aBal3tant lecturer; II. M. Gilbert, of Indiana, doorkooper; J. C. A. I 111 lor, of MiaHourl, and W. B. James, of Kaunas, sergeants-at-arms. Moved by Rogers, of Florida, tliat we extend un Invitation to Governor Flem mlng and other leading citizens of the etate to the meeting thin after noon, which shall bo for the public gen erally. Carried. The following telegram waa recolvcd and read: Stan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

2 THE ADVOCATE. A LAY SEEM ON ON LAWYERS. Written for The Prairie Fanner. The remarks of David Dudley Field, as to the had conditions of our laws, the difficulty of punishing crime, etc., pub lished In The Vrairu Farmer, are true as gospel. The fact that we have la the United Stales one lawyer to each COO In habitants, Including men, women and children, whlto In France there Is but one to each 5,000 inhabitants and the further fact that practically none but lawyera are noloctiyl to make and admin ister the lawa, I think ia a rafllcient ex planation for thla condition of affairs. Of coureo these men are not going to mn.lt.0 lawj to plain and simple that ordl nary po.opls can understand them, be cauao If they did a large portion of the lawyers would, like Othello, Boon find their occupation gone. Although lawyers are technically sup potied to be officers of the court, and take an oath to help administer justice, a large share If not the bulk of them are simply alda to criminal, and de...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 RKITHLICAN ETHICS AS KX FOUNDED BY THE IDOL OF TDK PARTY, JOHN J. IN (J ALLS. Tho uritloaiioii of iliiicH in an irriJes- ccnt dream, lioverniiuuit is force, roll tic Irt ii battlo for supremacy. I'urtiw are the armies. I he decalogue and tho golden rule have no place in a political campaign. Tho objoot i sueccMS. To defeat tho antsg onist and erpel tho iarty in power is ths purpose. Tho republicans and democrats are a irriooucilably opposed to each other a wore Grant and Loo in tho W uderuess. They use ballotn instead of guns, but the Mtruimlo irt an unrelenting ami uesperato, and the rwult sought for the name, In war it in lawful to deceive tho adversary, to hire Hessians, to nurohase mercenaries, to inutu ate, to kill, to destroy. Tho commander who loKt a battlo through the activity of hid moral nature would be tho derision and jest of history. Interview published in tho New York World. Aurll l.J. l.m The old Romans hud A Haying: "Money d(xw not stink, no matter ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. mkwttB rutl!iiji(l Every Wednesday by the advocate pudlisiiikg CO. IL HcLallix. lrcBl.lnnL j. 1. LiMZHUHMKir., Jus. Manager, v. i. iihown, nwy treasurer, K. MCI.ALMX. junior. J.C.IUHI.AUO, f Associate Kdltori Bole 'roprlutors TK1U13 OF suuaciiirrioN Oue Copy One Year tt.00 Twelve copies one year io.f)0 duos oi i wenty copies or over, f.BO eacn. Advrirtlr'Jnf Itatc. Display Matter, 15 cents per line, Agate m sas- crrinitra (M noes lo me mm) Krwllmj Notices, ao cents per lino, AdUrot;a all communications to the ADVOCATE PUQUSMIKGI CO. . Tcpha Kansti. TOPEKA, KAN., DECEJimiH 21, 1800. (Enteral as nooond clous matter in tha l'out orciALCiiUiiiiiar. Tni Advocath Jfc National Economist. .$1.75 " " Chicago Express. . 1.75 " " Dexter Froo rrcHa 1.75 Nonconformist 1.75 " Kannua Commoner..,. 1.75 " " Toiler 1.K5 " " Kansas Farmer 1.75 " " Woekly Nationals.... 1.60 A WORD TO ADVEIITISERS. Previous to tho oloction T112 Advo cate hold, undisputed, the position of tho loading paper ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 5 MANLY ITTKHAXCKM MOM TIIK UKI RKHKNTATITK KI.HT HioM hTAKKOKIl COI'NTY. The Anvor.vnc in in receipt of an ox cnllent letter from Hon. V. M Campbell, who conies us tho second time from the county of Stafford to represent, as ho may, tho interests of his constituents. Mr. Campbell comes to Topelui next month to assist - from tho deep sense of a high, n sponsiblo duty -in "downing In- gallu," whoHO personal and political clackers are seeking to talk this great rejected rnisrepresentativo of tho plain, common peoplo of Kansas into another torm in tho United States Senate, assuming that plenty of boodlo will effectually debauch the people's repreHontativeH. Ought they to comfort their souls with such a flattering illusive unction? Knnoit Aivu; vrrc: -A the time will soon arrive when the legislature will convene, I wish to make a few suggestions through your paper to the new members. One of the most Important matter ii the or ganization of the IIouno. It Ih os tcnt that so...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE. TUMI NIX ATTOUNKYH IN THE 1I01M, Tho men among tho representatives elect who might bo called lawyers aro tho following: Monnrs. Brown, of Harvey; Doug las, of Sedgwick; Hopkins, of Finney Kooder, of Ellis; Itico, of Bourbon, and last, but by no manner of means tot, Ifori. William C. Webb, of Mr. Brown is a young man of no legislative oiporionco; Mr. Douglas ha? boon city attorney of Wichita, and wb a member of tho houso in 1880; Mr. Hopkins has no sorvico an a leg islator; Mr. Koodor war in tho houso of 188'.), but his sent is now contented; Mr. Kico paid Boino attention to tho law before ho gave hirasolf to journal ism; ho in an editor of tho Fort Scott Monitor, and ho was in tho houso of 1889. Judge Webb is a member of very largo legislative experience Ho was an admirable editor in early life, and his knowlodgo of law is such that it would bo vory difficult to name tho gentleman who ever had a Boat in the Kansas legislature at any time in its history who was his su...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 7 FL'TIRK OF THE URITHLICAN FAKTY. Senator Henry Klliston, of Atchi son county, writon letter No. 2 to tho Topeka Capital under tho head of tho "Future of the Republican Par ty." It i.s uot particularly intelligent or philohophical, but as it shows sorno thing of the thought that Li in the mi ml of quite a well moaning legisla tor, The Advocate feels like bestow ing upon it some attention. Tho introduction to Mr. Klliston's communication in thin: A great runny who, If noise were an Indication, have been the itioHt enthusiastic republicans, Hi'em driven to tho very verge of despair by tho November tidal wave, and stand almost ready to admit that tlie republican party Ih Irretrievably loHt. A ml they assign Innumerable and Infinitely varying reasons for the phenomenal uprising. While conscious that nothing except our own folly ean convert our reeent rebuff Into a defeat two yearn hence, It would be unwise to underes timate tho Importance of at once ascertaining, If posHl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 December 1890

s THE ADVOCATE. itr:;oLUTioM conceiinino the hkna- TOIHAL MOBUM, Wo find on lilo resolutions of quite & number of Bnb-allir.ncon in diJToront peril of tho citato ojprcwiiuft tho pre ferences of those alKancfs for United fjtatci Bonntor. An illumination of thrao renolations baa Hfitifjllod un that it iii not expodient to begin thoir pub licsiion. VVhilo wo desire in , every way to Borvo tho bout intoront of tho orttar and to extend to every member tnd every stib-allianco ovory poKHiblo courtesy, we ask tho indalgcnco of, ocr friends who have Bent as thorn resolutions while wo submit the roa bom for withholding them from pub lication. First There hm not a suflicitfnt number of Bub-nlliances acted' npon tho question to furnhh any indication of the sentiment of tho people -M tlio etato. ' Second The preamble to. .nearly crveryeot of rcHolutiona rociton the no ccnoity of unity of sentiment upon the qur fiion as a reason for giving exproa fiion to thoflo preferencca for tho guid ance ...

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