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People's Party Convention. A delegate convention of the People's party of the state of Kansas, la hereby called to meet In the city of Wichita, Kan., on Wednesday, June 15,1803, at 10 o'clock a. m., to elect twelve delegates at large to the national convention to be held in the city of Omaha, Neb., on July 4, 1892, and also to nominate ten electors and the following state officers, and one Congressman at large: Associate justice, Governor, Lieutenant governor, Secretary of state, Attorney general, State auditor, State treasurer, Superintendent public instruction. Also to reorganize the state central committee and take such other action as may come before the convention. The basis of representation is one dele gate for every 500 votes or major fraction cast for the combined vote of J. N. Ives for attorney general, and J. F. Willitta for governor, In 1890. The following is the total vote of the state and the repre sentation by counties: J. N. Ives, 170, 665; J. F. Wlllitts, 106,972; total, 277,637, Allen 4 Anderson 5 Atchison 8 Barber 4 Barton 6 Bourbon 9 Brown 7 Butler 10 Chase 3 Chautauqua 5 Cherokee 4 Cheyenne 2 Clark 1 Clay 8 Cloud 9 Coffee 7 Comanche l Cowley 13 Crawford 13 Decatur 3 Dickinson 0 Donlphen 3 Douglass 6 Edwards 2 Elk 5 Ellis 3 Ellsworth 6 Finney l Ford..... 1 Franklin 9 Garfield... t 1 Geary 4 Gove 1 Graham 2 Grant 1 Gray 1 Greely 1 Greenwood.. 7 Hamilton 1 Harper 6 Harvey 5 Haskell 1 Hodgeman 1 Jackson 5 Jefferson 6 Jewell 9 Johnson : 7 Kearney 1 Kingman 6 Kiowa 1 Labette 9 Lane l Leavenworth 12 Lincoln 5 Linn 5 Logan l Lyon Marlon Marshall iff McFherson Meade Miami Mitchell 7 Montgomery 9 morns s Morton 1 Nemaha 7 Neosho 8 Ness 2 Norton 4 Osae 13 Ottawa 6 Osborne 6 Pawnee 2 Fhilllps 6 Pottawatomie 8 Pratt 4 Rawlins 2 Reno 13 Republic , 8 Rice 7 Riley 5 Rooks 3 Rush 2 Russel 3 Saline 8 Scott 1 Sedgwick 19 Seward 1 Shawnee ,. 12 Sheriden 2 Sherman 3 Smith ;. 7 Stafford 4 Sumner 13 Stanton 1 Stevens 1 Thomas 2 Trego 1 Wabaunsee 6 Wallace l Washington 11 Wichita 1 Wilson 6 Woodson 4 Wyandotte 9 Total 562 We would recommend to the county committees that county conventions be held on Saturday, June 11, 1892, to elect delegates. It is further requested by the state committee that in every precinct where there Is no People's party club that one be organized, and that a list of all voters attending the primaries with post office address be sent to the state committee. Also that a collection be taken up at the primaries to be apportioned as follows: Forty per cent, to county committee, 40 per cent, to state committee and 20 per cent, to national committee. Levi Dumbald, Chairman. W. D. Vincent, Secretary. BLOSSOM HOUSE. Opposite Union Depot, Kansas City, Mo. The Blossom House Is convenient to all parts of the city. Cable cars run In every direction. It is just across the street from the union depot, just the place to meet your friends. Members of the Alliance make the Blossom House their headquarters when In the city, and their general place of meeting when at tendlng'conventlons abroad. Congressional ConTentlon. The will be a delegate convention at Holton, Kan., on Thursday, June 2, 1892, at 1 o'clock p. m., of the People's party of the First congressional district, for the purpose of electing four delegates and four alternates to represent the First congressional district of Kansas at the national People's party convention at Omaha, Neb., July 4, 1892. Also to place In nomination a candidate for member of congress for the First congressional dis trict The basis of representation will be one delegate for every 100 votes and major fraction thereof on the average vote of the attorney general and state super intendent of the People's party In 1890. The same delegates to elect the four delegates and four alternates to the na tional convention will also make the nomination for member of congress at the same time and place. Also to attend to any other buslnes that may properly come before said convention. The number of delegates allowed each county will be as follows: Atchison 20 Brown 18 Doniphan 7 Jackson 14 Jefferson 20 Leavenworth 30 Nemaha 20 Potawattomle 21 Done by order of the First congres sional district committee at Holton, Kan., this 31st day of March, 1892. G. D. Olinger, Chairman. J. F. Ruhlen, Secretary. Shawnee County Call. The Shawnee county central commit tee, of the People's Party, at its meeting on the 9th Inst, made the following re quest and directions: That the primary election, for the pur pose of choosing delegates to the county convention, for the purpose of choosing delegates to the state convention, which meets at Wichita June 15, 1892, and for the purpose of choosing delegates to the Fourth congressional convention, and also for the purpose of electing a new central committee, (one from each pre cinct, to be choeen by the precincts at the primaries), will be held the 21st day of May, 1892. In the country between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock, and In the city from G:30 to 9 o'clock p. m. The representation of each voting pre cinct is as follows: DlLIOATia. Rossvllle 10 silver Lake 3 Menoken 6 Soldier 2 Rochester 4 Muddy l uigniana ram 2 Oakland , 2 Potwln 2 Shunganunga 2 Tecnmseh 5 Monmouth 2 Linn Creek 1 Richland 2 Wllllamsport 4 AUDurn 4 Dover 3 Kaw 2 WUlard l North Mission 4 South Mission 2 CITY. First ward- First precinct 4 Second precinct 2 Third precinct 5 Second ward- First precinct 2 Second precinct 1 Third precinct 1 Fourth precinct 2 Fifth precinct 3 Third ward- First precinct. ..3 Second precinct 2 Third precinct 3 Fourth ward- First precinct 1 Second precinct. 3 Third precinct 1 Fourth precinct. 2 Fifth ward- First precinct 3 Second precinct 1 Tao convention will be held May 28, 1892, at the court house, and will be called to order at 10 o'clock a. m. C. J. Stanley, Chairman. W.H. Bennington, Secretary. SnxsosiBi for Tej Advocatx WU ?Tn A. J. G.9IIB SOE MM K M HIDPUIUT? 1 III. HUH I .t I' Tret i.naititfii..tiiiii liii itaJ UUMlimWIUII IIILIIwllllll I vl 209 anil 21 1 Market Street, St. Louis,! Commissions ona cent per pound, which Includes all charges after wol is received In store until sold. Sacks furnished free to shippers Cash advance arranged for when desired. Write for circulars. Information furnished promptly by mall or telegraph when desired. riease mention Thk Advocatk. I A 713 and 7IS Kansas A vs., ffiTIIITS OF ALL At the Musio Emporium of E. B. GUILD. MS Topoki, Ktmis. We have an immense stock of Musical Merchandise of all kinds. Western agents for the celebrated HOWARD GUITARS, The finest toned in the market. Send for Catalogues of daitara of all kinds, from $5.00 upwards. Large stock of E1IA2E DHU1S, ORCHESTBA D3UI3S AND BASS BMIS. New Catalogues now read;. Fine Band and Orchestra Musio, Braa Band Instruments and Trimming of all kinds. Western agency for ANTOINK DUIi ND BAND lNSTUUMENTQ. We sell tha Martini Mandolins and the Lester Banjos, and import direct, fine, old violins at $25, $50, $75 and $100. Good Violins at $5.00 to $20.00. Instruments sent out on trial. Prices and quality guaranteed. Catalogues of all kinds free, riease state in ordering, what kind you wish, and mendion Ad. 171. ESTABLISHED IN 1876. E2. 13. GrTJILiD, Topk.a, Kan. U. 8. BALE-TIE rJ3ACHlfiE. milium i Makes a complete tie with one movement of the lever. Satis 40 pa cunt, in coat of bale ties. No delay In wai tin j for ties; make them yourself. SOW in use. U. S. HAY FuISS SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. jmmmmmm All Viral clan Hewing' Machines at WholeaaH Prices. 8taadard8lnKerAlachlneforSt9.no Blitl Arlington Machine for S19.SO 45 " " " " Slff.fiO I ( Kenwood " " All latent Improvements. Llffht rannlnu. Nolseleaa. Warranted 5 veara. ftimnlnta aet of attachment PKKR. tend for rntiilomie and aavo money. Mention thla paper. Address UAHIl ItUYKKS' UNION, 36(-.'A4 Drnrhoru St., II 247 C hloujfo.lll. People' Party Ward Caucuses. Ward caucuses will be held In the dif-1 ferent wards of the city of Topeka on the 21st of May at 6:30 p. m., to choose delegates to the county conven tion to be held at the court house, May 28th, to send delegates to the con gressional and state conventions, as fol lows: i First ward, at News office; Second ward, corner Second and Monroe streets; Third ward, 1125, Kansas avenue; Fourth ward, Tribune office, Jackson street, Fifth ward, 1400 Quincy atreet. W. II. Bennington, Secretary. Reform and Revenue. Living Issues, Boston, Mass., Is alive to the living issues of the day. Each subscriber may become an editor, a voting proprietor co-partner -profit sharer and self-paid employe and as sistant manager. A unique "self em ployment and self pay plan" empowers every Subscriber-Proprietor to pay him self for whatever service he Is willing to render his company, cause and country, during spare or entire time. Is this not just the kind of a reform journal you want to aid, bead and own? Those curious to fully investigate the particulars of this novel Journalistic in novation are cordially Invited to send the name of this paper and six cents (stamps) for same, and sample copies of thia co operative veritable People's paper to J. W infield Scott, Mgr., Boston, Mass. Fourth District Congressional Convention. A delegate convention of the People's party of the Fourth congressional dis trict of Kansas is hereby called to meet In the city of Emporia on Tuesday, June 14, 1802, at 10 o'clock, a. ra., tot the purpose of electing four delegates and four alternates to represent said dis trict at the national convention of the People's party at Omaha, July 4, 1892; also to nominate a candidate for member of congress for said district Each county In the district will have as many delegates in said convention as. it will have in the sta'e convention to be held at Wichita, June 15, 1892, as follows: Butler, 10; Chase, 3; Coffee, 7; Green wood, 7; Lyon, 10; Marlon, 7; Morris, G; Osage, 13; Shawnee, 12; Wabaunsee, C; Woodson, 4. Charles W. Marsh, Chairman of District Committee. Notion of Third Congressional Dlatrlot Alliance Meeting. The Third Congressional District Farm ers' Alliance and Industrial Union Is hereby called to meet at Cherry vale on Thursday, May 19, at 10 o'clock a. m. Delegates and lecturers from all the counM;sof the district are expected to be vreeenL Tue objects for which our order was instituted, as set forth in its declaration of principles and purposes, merit and de mand constant vigilance and assiduous attention. Members generally will be heartily welcomed in attendance. A special in vitation is extended to the officers of our state organization. Come, let us counsel together. T. P. Leech, President Third Congressional District Alliance. Thayer, Kan., May 2, 1892.