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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 IntoreHt of raile mftBteru, and the remilt of The I.nwltiK n w,0Ht forcibly shows that If ldany political judgment, tact Clvdo"-"''' '( 'rom Q "i eiTorta to debauch the truo yoo P0r.f the state, who, In their verdict p-m at tho election, permitted him da glistening handwriting upon which, as he Is claimed to be Proncl''' k cnn lntPTPr(,t- " ie ne fncne pernio of Kansas have Indeed most A,!,0lat!cally notified him that he hna RC9iSt'weigliod 'fa't balance and found lng, and that after March 4, 181)1, he TERMS wane his ofll dal labors as one of the ?preH..'uf,ativefl Oi Kansas, and that In town uburc pendoea in tho ".dana" element jiir civilization foreign and domestic -may be performed as a private citizen it Wall street In New York city, or wherever hie masters may mont energet ically prtr.8 him, but no longer to serve ihem as a United States Senator from Kansas. FXICCTION 11 ETUHNS UPON WHICH THE HKNATOIl MAY REFLECT. As the Kansas senate contains 40 and Top lira DU ny n iho house of representatives 123 mem N ' bers, it may readily be seen that the 8en I uior elected by toe legislature next win t. .r nunt needs be able to obtain 8:1 votes ' i: order to reach the Ben&torlal goal which Ircgalln has regarded as a glitter- ni prize for himself. K Almost everywhere throughout the Vt has this olllclal been discarded, de p', !e the immense amount of boodle used Vd the profuse promiues for presumed L ir able H)sltlons made by himself and mont corrupt myrmidons, most of iom have been quite as dubious In ieir political rectitude as himself who i hia own classical language, "nevor i,ide a promiso that he would not break Bcured a friend whom he was not willing to betray." But to the' moot In- r'f.tructlvo election results. Here are pre r, .rjp'l some verdicts upon him at the ju"flifa of the people: In the senatorial Mjtrict composed of Allen and Woodson t1.', (.vcriics, now represented by Hon. 0. S. K Vcodvard, there ore two mombera of the iiouyo o? representativea elected to con this man In ofllce, but one of thorn ,wever, saved by but three votos republican loes from 1S88 In these f. i' counties is 400. V!, . y tho senatorial district composed of "'Xj Am county, which electa two repre 'Jveft for Ingalls, the republican losa kes a showing. natoria! dls- tattves ond one antl-Ingallri representa tive, the republican hm on legislative raudldates since 1888 Is 3,8'.li votoo. There are no other senatorial dlatrlcta In tho state which, by the vote of this year, would give any sort of endorsement by popular vote of Benator Ingalls for another return to tho United States Sen ate. The nam.es of the state senators are herewith reported by the number of dis tricts, with the liat of Ingalla and antl Ingalls representatives respectively, from their senatorial districts In the following table: namk oJ MRMATOK. John Hclillllllli II. Klllston Kd. Curroll W .1 luicli.in T M Carroll 7 W W Martin MO Kwllny t W H Norton 11) C If Klmlwill SMKlrkpatrlok I) M 'J'UKKert O H Woodrow It W M lUw .1 I, Keillor .1 O Kunklii WO Howard 18 T AOHborn 1!) O J Johnson IJ K Wrluht ?iilC M Kmtiry 211 K A Hurry 23 jl1' 1' JiarknoRS 24 H K lUohtcr KilwlnTuckwr T 11 Munlock .1 W Forney 211 () H Huntley : II It Kdlloy II i.I (i MollllT :i2i ( iiciincy) J II MtM'lin ti l' M Ixwkard :tr K U 1 lays M A A Hniith :i7iF KUIlIiitt W.H I LoiiK 3D J W Kiiflh id iimrwiiNon NAMR OF J I) Wllllmim iohn H-aCon J Ilemlntton W M Ulcre h n Pearson .1 II Jioytjr O N IMshoff N Hlnunuiis WO Wlb F M HtJihl 0 II riilnncy COt'NTV. Donlplinn AUh'ion MLiml llourbon Allen Wood .son Douglas Shawnee JnfTcrson One reprenen tatlve dlst tltui in Marl on county S 1J Warren Lyou 1 Jarol Nixon lJTHMowaltr 1,0 I, I'ou;la8 1 WKKrown 0 3 0 1.Atlierton A II Hotter WK Hopkins Alfred Pratt S luillmore J II Keler K I) York W K Klnir Cowley Murnner Ht'djpvlck Harvey UiiHsell Meade Finney Hamilton Hodiptman Fills lUwIlnn 1'reKO The foregoing-named Representativea were the successful twonty-four republi can nomlnecu, out of the 125 Representa tives of which the House consists. In Leavenworth county Frederick W. Wlllard, resubmission republican, and Dr. Shaw F, Neeley, democrat, were choBen from the city dlatrlcta of the county. J. 0. Mllner and J. A. Hurgard, democrats, were elected from Wyandotte county, and George M. Hoover, democrat, was choBen from Ford county. So it maybe seen that ninety-live mem bers eaylng nothing of K. W. Maxwell, of Marlon county, whose vote stood a tie with that of hia competitor bav been elected to the House of Representatives on the people's ticket As eighty-three votes are nocosoary for the next United States Senator to obtain, It may be soen that the people's party will elect the next United States Senator from Kansas, and hence Ingalls and his Btrikers having been boasting yesterday may properly be walling now and ever more. So ix)ng as there are women in cities who buy their food only by selling their womanhood, so long aa there are men In the rich coal fields of Illinois that must stand without, shivering at the door, with pick In hand and muscle ready for work, while wealth locks the coal fields up against them and a, shivering popula tion; so long as in the Iron fields of Penn sylvania men work twelve hours a day, with no time to court their wives or kiss their children, bo lony my hand and tr,y heart are enliarcd in any acd overy move ment that jjlvca fair promise fcr the en$ra ' - of mm by tho om&c!r.t.'a of Lyman AK"ff, IKGALLfl' I)ECALO(JUE. From tli a Cu tter Counfy (Nn.) Heacwi. The following translation of the deca logue uhould become a part of the politi cal creed of Mr. Ingalls and his ad mirers: 1. I am John J. Icgalla who have voted to bring you into lndiiHtrlal slavery, even m the children of Israel were slaves to the Kgyptlana. Thou shalt have no other Senators before me. 2. Thou shalt not make unto thee any Image like unto me, nor hang It In elllgy; thou Bhalt not bow down to serve any other man, for I am your boim and will t'loso the mortgages on your farms and turn your children Into paupers, even unto the third generation of them that hate me; but I will Bhow mercy to them that serve me; they Bhall have the olllces and live on tho fat of the land, and shall neither toil nor spin, but their days shall be many and their hearts rejoice If they serve me. 3. Thou shalt not speak light of my name, for I am preeident of a loan anno tation and will not hold him guiltless who speaks lightly of my name. 4. Remember tho Sabbath day. It should be wholly occupied In concocting political Bchemes to be executed during the week. Six days shalt thou labor with the voters in the wardu and proclncta, but the eoventh thou shalt meet with thy po litical bosses and receive their commands which thou Bhalt execute without mur muring. For six days are not long enough for a political week In time of an exciting campaign, therofore thou shalt work all the time. C. Honor thy father by voting as he has; thua the poople will be kept divided and Kansas will always go republican, and my days In the Senate will be long, 0. Thou Bhalt not kill except when It is neceHsary to the succens of thy party; then thou shalt use dynamite as was done at Coffeyvllle. Killing children in factories by hard labor and starvation Is no crime; oapli A must be protected, and children's labor ia cheaper than men's. Reuldea there Is plenty of children anyway. 7. Thou mayest commit political adul tery, and thou mayeat pass twelve yoar old age of consent bills; for Is not a girl twelve years old a woman? Verily I eay unto you she is old enough for a Kansas Senator. 8. It Is written, "Thou shalt not steal." Verily I say unto you this commandment 'has no place la politics." Thou mayest steal and help thy friends steal. Verily, have we not done It all the days of our lives? Have wo not voted ourselves big salaries and back salaries and our friends fat Jobs in which we have an Interest? Hear me, ye, my poople! I, your Sena tor, hereby change thla commandment "Thou shalt Bteal everything that thou canst get thy hands on." Knt, drink and be happy to-day, for to-morrow ye may die. 9. Thou shalt not tell the truth in a political campaign when a He would suit better. Thou shalt hear false witness against the people's party, the democratic party and the prohibition party. Remem ber I, John J. Ingalls, have paid It The truth "has no place In politics." 10. Thou Bhalt covet thy neighbor's house, and his farm, and his wife, and his twelve year old daughter, and his reapers and plows and wagons, and his horses and oxen and asses, and his sheep and hogs and chickens, and his corn and his wheat and his oats and his cotton, and his kitchen furniture and his bed and his books, and all that thy neighbor haa ehalt thou covet and put a mortgage upon it; for have I not oald "the golden rule was an Irrldescent dreamt" Therefor shalt thou look upon that which thy neighbor has with longtojj cjtcb, ftnd In dure him to give you a mortgage on it. Then we can nrranie ho lie cannot pay the mortgage and It in ours. IV, Villi, Vici! A copy of tin new decidogue Bhall be wfited in the political headquar ters and principal loan olllcea of the country. "The golden nil U un irridt-H-cent dream, and tho decalogue has no place In politics." Many of our farms are heavily mort gaged, and it is grotia injiiHtice to collect a tax on the full valuation of property when some rapacious money lendorholda a claim against it for half or two-thirds of its worth. Clearly such claim ought to be deducted from tho valuation of tho realty, and the mortgage itaelf be made to hear Its chare of the burden of taxation. And, further, therein great InjiiHtice In that hidden property may escape all a soiiHment Our tax lawn dincriininate against the farmer, bringing him to ac count for poHneHlng property which he cannot put into the bankvaultn and allow ing the bondholder, the speculator and stock gambler to necrete their wealth beyond tho reach of the tax collector. Will either of the chief political parties of this nation, having as they do heavy capitalists for their leader, ever lift thoHe burdens? To look for euch a tiling would be to expect the Impossible! llu ral New Vorhrr. Superior penmanship, TopokalJus.Coll. The National FitrniorV Alliance mid Indus trial Union Kel urwl Kitten. The National Farmers' Alliance, com prising all BtatcB in the union, will hold its aunual meeting at Ocala, Florida, on Tupwlay, December 0, lasting several days. For this occasion I have secured reduced rates of one fare for the round trip, with a final limit of thirty days. Tickets muBt bo used direct to destina tion without stop over, but paHsengera will have fifteen days within which to re turn after ticket has been stamped to destination, providing it Is within tho final limit of thirty days. Such tickets will only be sold on Novembor 10 nnd 21 and Decembor 2. I'artioH from this sec tion who expect to attend tho meeting will kindly advise the undersigned the probable date that they will start, as well S3 their addreas and railroad station, so that we can determine what accommoda tions will be neceoeary for partien from the state of Kansas. We will try and concentrate all parties who wish to make the trip at the most convenient point, which will be determined after replies are received, and will then arrange for special cars for our exclusive use. J. V. Randolph, Emporia, Kansas. flrabam'fl shorthand, Topeka Uus. Coll. Union l'noiflo for Denver. The pasflonger department of the Kannaa City, iort Scott t Mem phirt lUilroiul com pany hart Rocurcil the original platen of the New York Herald of April 15, 18i;.ri, nnd hnn reproduced thnt number of the Herald for circulation. Tho paper given telegraphic in formation of the RHHiisHiiDvlion of Lincoln and detnilrt in connection therewith, evacua tion, of Richmond, JetT Davis' proclama tion, surrender of Leo'n army, Sherman'n address to hia nrmf, extract from southern papers, eto. Tlte paper in of nlmorbing in terest and historic valuo. A copy will bo mailed to any ndiiresn upon receipt of etx contain postage Rtampn. Address, J. E. Lockwood, Kannaa City, Mo. Cut IlHt. Tickets to all points East and West can be purchased via The Missouri Pacific Railway at the lowest cut rates. Elegant Pullman sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on all trains. Connections made in union depots at all principal points. lurchaseyour tickets via The Missouri Pacific Railway, the popular fast mail route. For full informa tion in regard to rates, time, etc, call on Jour nearer ticket agent, or address . II. Ltos, Western rassenjier Agent, Kansas City, Mo. IT, C. Towssari), GonT PasHengor Ag't, 623 Main Street, tit Louis, Mo.