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For Associate Ju tUe of the Supreme Court. Hiram Stevens, of MUml canity. H. P. Vroomaia, tf Wyaui Ate county. Fr lntted Staff Senator. John Pvls. of 07, county. . H. P. Vrooman, of wyau lotte county. J, F. Wlllltts. of Jfff rmn county. P. P. EWer, of Franklin county. Jerry Blmpson. of B irbr county. For M miters of Cuvoress. Flrrt Dtstrtct-Cnas. TTambl, of JMn county: J F.WiWtn.nf J. IT-rson county; W.A. KarrK of Leavenworth couDty: 0. M. England, of Jefferson county; W. A luruer, of Browa iSnd Dtstrlot-J. T. Little, of Johnson coon 'tv ft. 8. Klnir. of Wyandotte county. i hlrd Districting. Clover, of Cowley county; T. P. Leech, of Neosno county; Hon. J. I.uto- Fourth Distrlct-J. G. Otis, of Shawnee coun'y. Firth District-John Davis, of Geary county; X7. D. Vtncnt. of lay county. BMh District-Win. Baker, of Lincoln county; Benl. Matcnett, of Osborne cnunty; It. K. im Dorn, of Rooks countj ; C. IL Moody, of Jewell "Weath District -Jerry Simpson, of Barber Atlarjte-S. M S ott. of McPhersn county; narrison Keller, of Coffey ?''unty; A. W. Harris, IS : C J I J f.' Taylor, rf Wyandotte county; P. P. Elder, of Franklin couuty; li. R. Walling, of Sumner county. For Governor. A. F. Ann of Douglas county. W. D. Vlncenr, of . liy conn'y. S. M. 8"ott, of Me Person county. J. F. wfllttts, of J HVrson county. C. M. William. 1 Keno county. P. P. Elder, of Fritikl.n county. Frank Doster, of Marlon county. ,1. A. Hammers, t Harper county. J. . Doollttle. f f Chase county. J. N. Ives, of Rice county. Levi DumbJiiM, of Lyon county. B. K. Kins, of 8edwli'k county. R. 8 0brn, of Uoiki county. ' J. W. Bre'dcntr-al. of Labette county. J. G. Melvln, of Osape county. Fur Lieutenant Governor. A. N. WMttlnetnn. f f Lincoln county. 0. M. Klce. of G-ffoy count v. 1. M. Morris, of M mtIs ccunty. 8. M. Hcott, f Mel'herson county. O. U. FUb. of 8 imner county. Chas. Moody, of Jewell county. R. H Oborn. of Rook roui.ty. A. T. McCojm'ck, of Barton county. For State Treasurer. W. H. Blddle, of Montgomery county. For Secretary of State. J. B. French, of Rno county. R, 8. Osborne r Rook couuty. 8. P. Strong, of Cowlev county. AN. Whlti Won, f Lincoln county. W. D. Vincent, of Hay county. J. 8. Richard. f O tawa county. Wm. Biker, of L'ncoln county. For Attorney General 3. F. McDonald, of Parsons. K. B. Peyton, of KmoTla. D. Rithbun, of Ellis county. Noah Allen, of SedRwlok county. J.N Iv, of Rice county Frank Doster, of Marlon county. For Auditor. 0. T. Phillips, of Morris countv. -v R, 8 Osl ru. of U oks cou-ity. A. P. Collins, of U ley countv. B. F Kos'er, of Hh iwnee county. R. J. Mickey, f Wllsnn couuty. J. W. I uns, of Jrffarson county. For State SupertnLndent of Public Instruction. D. O. Markley, of I Inn county. V. U. Bl'lln. of Marshall county. Mrs. Fanny M Cormlck, of Bartou county. A. T. Bisrus, of Lincoln county. Mrs. Fanny B. Vlkery, of Lyon county. Wm. Stryker, of liirtjn county. For Stale Senator. Twentieth District A. E. True. Thirty-fourth l)ltrlct-ll. 8. Landls. Thlrty-sventh District-A S UcVro. Thirty-ninth Dlstrlct-Fiank Hopkins, of Ellis Fortieth District R. 8. Osborne, of Rooks canty. ' NOMINATIONS. Pabxehvillic, Kan., May 11, 1803. 0. W. Coflla placed ia nomination &s presidential elector. Mr. Coflla waa one ol the firat in the rerorm movement ana ;tdltd the Wllsey Bulletin. He favored ' nd "worked hard for the election of Pellr. lie la now running the Council Grove Courier, which U one of the fear ltti organs of the People's cause, and is one of thoea fellows who will stand by ' fellow says. " I would Rlao mention the name of 'Rolls Wocd, of Chase county, as state stnator of the Twenty-fourth district. . A. Abmstbono. Morse, Kan , May 8, 1803. Editor Advocate: -WUhlog to con- . tribute our share of Information in re gard to the orgsnlntlon of the fuses of the People's party and the selection of candidates, a meeting was called for the evenlrg of May 7, in the W. C. T. U. hall of Morse. A goodly number was la at tendance, a club was organized atd office elected. It was agreed that meet logs should be held each baturday at s nVlock d. m.. and everybody Invited to attend, especially Republicans ai-d Democrats. A vote on tne choice oi those present fo candidate for cocgrers from the Second district was unarmous for John F. Little, of OUthe, and no fu- tion. i ours lor Buccetr, R. P. Edgisgto. BtmLmraToy, Kan , May 3, 1802. Editob Advocate: At a meeting of our County Alliance May 3 a vote was taken to find the choice of the County Al liance for president and vice president. The result was as follows: For president, Wearer. 18: Donnelly, 6: for vice presi dent. Polk. 19: WatOn,2: Powderly,3. All the sub-Alliances reporting were In favor of Weaver and Polk. Thefdlow- Ing res Jutlon was passed: Resolved. That we pledge our hearty ana unanimous surport to the principles of the Louis conference, and the candidates nominated at Omaha standing on those principles. The secretary was Instructed to send a copy of the vote and resolution to The Advocate and the F. A. & I. U. F.J. Obekna, Secretary pro tern of Ccffey County Al liance. Atwood, Kan., May 8, 1803. Editos Advocate: -It is with great Interest that I read your correspondence column. Amatxloustogetagocdtlcket nominate d. As has been Indicated in the oolumns of the Timet, I endorse he.ardly the canJldicy of W. D. Vincent for gov ernor, William Raker for congressman, and Frank Hopkins for senator from this district. They will, should they be nom- inated.and they probably will, be elected. Harmonious action seemj to preval',and will Insure success to our nominees. A. R. Green says that rain In July will In sure Republican success, but no one be lieves that the powers that be will curse the state by such a program. By the way, If the Oreen idea la correc why don't the Republicans get control of the Goodland rain companies, and have rain anyhow. They ought to have sense enough to catch onto such a good polit ical scheme as this. Yours In the work, J. W. Moirav. Nobton, Kan., May 0, 1S93. Editor Advocate: I rise to second the nomination of I. M. Morris for lieu tenant governor, a man worthy the sup port cf all reformers. It was he who gave up the high and honorable posi tion cf state president of the Northern Alliance, in order that the great reform movement might work In perfect harmony throughout the state. He is a farmer; a man able to make a strong fight; a man who was never defeated for offloe all good, strong points that we should consider. The fact of his being elected twice to the office of president of the great State Alliance of Kansas Is sufficient, also. I am ready to vote and work for the election of Pro'essor Gaines, of Sallna, for state superintend en a man who is fitted In every raspect. All I would atk would be to use him up here In the big Sixth to capture the chief; a true man; a brilliant man; a man who could meet the polished In ga'.ls. I would abk the voter and the delegates at the state convention to call him out, and I will rest assured you will be of one mind, and that 1', Prof esse r Gaines for state superintendent. J. Darlixo. StrBjciiBi for Tin Advocatx tiLLiriiiyi. "A" Orad $40. "A" Grade $48. Send for our handsome, Illus trated Catalogue, showing over 100 different styles of Vehicles and Harness, and you will un derstand why all this phenom enal success and immense busl- for less money than any Buggy or Harness factory in the world. All goods hand made and warranted for years. Uet our prices and compare them with your dealers. . ALLIANCE CARRIAGE CO. CI?JCinHATI,0. North Court St., opp. the Court House. fUltJiilUM Fn fi p r Members and thousands or otner good I J O "V men and true, patronized us so 1.' bcral ly last year that we were compelled to buy, build and increase p - our facilities until now we now - ' have one of the LARGEST CARRIAGE and HARNESS FACTORIES IN THE WORLD. TheAlliance Factory runswhen others shut down or break up. "A" Grade $72.50. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE AUIMICE AND PEOPLE'S PARTY ! THE Hfl STERII SUPPLY 415 Dearborn Street, Cliioago, Ills. GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND COMMISSION. . . . m . ...ninini. all Vlnita nf tnarnhanriloA tf tlifl nnnmimAr at llmntt t.hfl urgsmzea lor uie purpose ui buppijiuk wuu. uiUivu-.0 - . - cost of production, and to act as agent for the disposal of their produce at the best prices the mar- KclS warraui. write iur lmviuuuuu. juouuuu u.o tv.. Write for quotations on Binder Twine. "THE TIME AND PLACE TO BUY THE BEST!" SIXTY GALLOWAYS Bred in Piatt's famous herd AT PUBLIC SALE Thursday, June 2d, 1892, At his sale stable, on block from Stock Yards Exchange, Kansas City, Mo. VAimr hnii and hfiifera-rovallv bred and of rare individual merit. The thrifty, blocky, prof itable kind. Catalogues ready.. Address . (Station A.) M. R. PLATT, Kansas City, M ssouri. Veterans' Route to the Encampment Veterans going to the G.A.R. Encamp ment at Washington In September via the B. &. O. R. R. will traverse territory fraught with a thousand reminlscenses of the conflicts In which they figured bo gallantly. Along Cheat River, on the western slope of the Alleghanlee, they will pass the scenes of Gen. McClellan'a victories over Gen. Floyd In the early stages of the war. At Grafton they will pass near the battlefield of Phlllppl. At Piedmont they will enter the historic Potomao valley, which was debatable ground all the way to Washington. The towering mountains, which shut In the valley, echoed and . re-echoed almost hourly with the roar of cannon and mus ketry. The mountain tops witnessed the engagements at Martlnsburg, Antletam, Sharpsburg, South Mountain, Monocacy Ball's Bluffy Leesburg, Dranesvllle, Chantllly Centrevllle and the hundreds of skirmishes along the hillsides and in the valleys At the foot of the moun tains, along the banks of the Potomac, paced the solitary cenery, protecting often the tracks and trains of the B. &. O. RR., which the Government zealously guarded as the great highway of commu nication between the West and the National Capita f, and which la the best known route to the East to thousands of veterans who traveled over it early In the sixties as raw recruits to join the ranks. And the Potomac! What memories Its mention awake -s! And Harper's Ferry too! There stood John Browns old fort. There "Stonewall" Jackson performed his great exploits. It was near there that Lee crossed the Potomac Into Maryland and then invaded Pennsylvania to m eet the repulse at Gettysburg. At Ilarper's Ferry begins the famous Shenandoah valley, which is penetrated from end to end by the B. &. O. R. R., bringing into easy access the battlefields at Winches ter, Kernstown, Opequan, Cedar Creek, Fishers Hill, Front Royal, New Market, Harrisonburg, Cross Keys, Port Republic, BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. for $30.00 per year for four lines or less, and $3.00 per year for each oMUUmaX line. Cards inserted for than one year wiil be choroid 35 per cmL OdditionaL I H. TAYLOR, PearL Dickinson Co., Ks Short la boras, Poland-China Hogs, Bronze Turkeys. ROMS PARK HERD Poland-China and Larse Entrllsh Berkshire Hogs. T. A. Hubbard, Rome, Sumner county, Kan,, proprie tor and breeder. My herds are composed of the richest blood money will buy or experience breed, with style and Individual merit, renresent lngsuch families as the Corwlns, Black Bess, LXL.. Oracefuls and U. S. Among the Berk shires are the Sallies, Bella Donnas, Champions Duchess and Robin Hood families. Pigs of al ages and nearly all weights, weighing from 25 to 8U0 pounds each. Ten males now ready for ser vice ior sale. l. a. uubbabd, uome. juul FOR SALE, WANTED, ETC. Advertisements tcUl be inserted under this head for cents per word for each insertion, cash i advance. end a postal card to Bush & Conris, Mankato, ' Kan., for their list of reform books. NEWSPAPER FOR SALE OR TRADE-A well equipped newspaper and job printing office for sale, or will trade for good land or stock either in Kansas or elsewhere. Paner established two years, in county seat, fine healthy country: paper gets county printing, has good circulation; clr. and adv. pat. increas ing steadily; 6 -col. quarto, cylinder press, two job presses (rigged for steam), engine, paper cutter, etc, Cost; 12,800. Will sell all or half In terest to right party. Reason for selling, falling health ana inability to handle. Will reduce quantity of material to suit purchaser If desired. Located in Bo. Kansas. For further informa tion, address "Mao." care of this office. Waynesboro, and McDowell. What memories of heroism, of forced marches, of victories and defeats these names re call! And with them cornea trooping from the past the names of Sheridan, of Pope, of Banks, of Fremont, of Shields of "Stonewail" Jackson, of Lee, of Ashby and of Early. It Is only by the B. &. O. R. R. that these famous battlefields can be reached. During the encampment excursions will be run to them dally from Washington at greatly reduced rates. Excursions will also be run to Gettysburg, to Manassa, to Bull Run, to Fredritksburg and other Virginia battlefields. The Advocate will be sent during the campaign for 50 cents. An extra copy free for club of ten.