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THE, ADVOCATE, Cunts PeopI' Put Plstfbrffl, till. Wa the representatives ol too People's party . M ...I v.Ticaii In convention aaaera- j. i. mffirm nnr al Imrlanca to tha principles enunciated in the Omaha platform, YL T th roxnnliinfnnr ronrflMnaAtlves in congress as an evidence of their loyalty to that platform, we meet ai mis uumi conditions which see every prophecy then made fulfliiea, ana every inuicuucut wuvu was made therein against me repuuiicu uu Our sympathies go ont to the unemployed, homeless and landless people of the country who have been brought to their present con dltion in a great measure through the vicious, i-..dh Aninnlll Tlrtlfov Fit thlfl trOT8TIl- raent; and we hold sacred the Declaration of Independence that au men are creawa equaij they are endowed by their Cieator with n.Kon.M rfirhta- that lTnOH( theSO are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We condemn the unwise and cruel policy of all the governing parties of this nation whose legislation has favored capital and oppressed labor, ana we nereoy uecir our ojiuy" with all toilers in their efforts to improve tt..KHtlnn an A riamand inch. lefflSlattOn as will result in removing some of th (bur dens 01 ton By snorienmK a uuui v 4Va laaa.nTni tV .1 T dfl WklTfl. We most heartily commend our present state officials for their wise and economio adminls- . n .titiiff.lra that haa aavfld to the tax-payers thousands of dollars, and the Popu list legislators ior tneireiiorts mj uu " law every demand of the state platform tA - njUklt, In 140Q We demand the free coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1, and denounce any party so completely unaer toe cuuvroi i v..t t nnt tiVa & rnd for the teo- ple on this all-important question, which means so mucn to turn We reiterate our opposition to all banks of issue, whether national or siaw, aauuuim the establishment of postal savings banks by the national government for the protection of small depositors, and call attention to the u. an.i Hioti-oaa n&naAH hv thn I rue nam ber of bank failures during the past ear, whereby thousands of depositors i suffered the loss oi ail tneir saving "i"" We are unalterably opposed to the issue d governmem interest-bearing uuuua. mand instead inn legai-tenaer treaaurj uuw,, and in the payment of the current expenses of the government there shall be no discrimina tion made between such notes and gold or W demand national and state arbitration to settle and adjust tne amsroncvs w tween the employers and the employes; :I - TiomQnH that whara the property of a corporation has been placed in the nanas oi a receiver, um employes shall be a nrst lien on ih eauiig . ,.. mrA nra dannnnfta th a.TVDOlnt- ment of officials or parties interested a re- we aemana a service pouaiou, tmw carriea tne musxet snaa u .44i n th. 4mA frvno!Hnr.tlfn m the man ?-v. ATYanlAttA and aald lit to be SO framed that it will place it forever beyond the power of any official who is unfriendly toward the union soldiers to change, suspend or la any way deprive the soldier of hia Just dues, which this government owes him for defend ing with his life our country and flag. Wa favor a state irrigation department to Investigate methods and water supplies and -- 4T4nHu1 Irrlcratlnn. We demand a freight rate law based on the line of the maximum rata put )u w. " r . v . "k, anote m proof of the need of such law, the plank of the republican platiorm aaopieaai tneira'an oou vention in 1893, which we adopt and make a part of this demand, to-wit: "We insist that the great transportation com panies which derive their corporate exist- j r.., lama and thntP financial OllCo 41VU4 ttaua-n " 1 existence from Kansas trade and commerce owe to the people of Kansas fair, eauitable j and honest treatment in the matter of freight .....) i4iP4nnnnMil to the lnaanltabls and oppressive discrimination in the adjust ment of such rates by said corporation, where-1 by the merchants, shippers and consumers of other states are enriched at the expense and to the injury 01 tne peopie ox mbb , mand of the next legislature the utmost dili gence ia enacting appropriate legislation providing therefor, to the end that Ihe agri cultural, mercantile and other interests of the state of Kansas shall be placed on a footing . n . fraiirht T.ta at con cerned with the Uke interests of adjoining ''n.lV.-i-- 4v.t all nAvtr. ia vetted In the Kould be initiated and approved or dlsap. proved oy tnem, wo muum ana reierenaum bjbwiu. nr.. ...a Tha Pannla'a nartT Clffll IntO ex istence and won its glorious ictories on the fundamental principles 01 equ nwn - and speoiat priviiegas to none, therefore be It n 1rv..t v4 favnr tha nandinir COn- stltutional amendment, but we do not regard It as a test 01 party leauy. In support of these principles, weinvlte the co-operation of the loyal, Uberty-loving petple of all parties. Kaiias Bepabllcaa Plafftna, IS 54. Besolved, nrst-The constant patriotism of .-4. t. I I,.. If a amarantaa ta tha nation that the interests of lta defenders, their widows and orphans, will ne uwriuj o.u for, and we denounce their orael and deliber ate betrayal ay tne present uimuwii Beoond We adhere to the republic" doc- 4.. nt..Hnii and hallara that tariff law 8 should protect the produota of the farm as well as of the faotory. . Third The American people favor bimetal- i. -a MnnKiinan nart Hamandj tha use of both gold and silver as standard money wna sucn resincnon ,tau uiiuwj T4BIVUB, V W, UtMluuu," . If I will secure the maintenance of the parity of values oi me two miwii au " " k- onasing ana aeDV-paying powsr i am uuuif, whether of gold, silver or paper shall be at ail I 1 iri.4 I4t4,44tj f tli a nnulnAart a I dsmana tSat tne rntnta be opened to the coinage of silver of the mines of the United Mn.rocg nhnnld enact a law levying a tax on Importations of foreign silver sufficient to fully protect the products of our -Fourth We favor national and state legisla tion for the encouragement of irrigation. iatraiion for its violation of the laws and con- v,a Muirii tha rnrrnntlon and in- MJUiUM V WWW ujm r . competency of Its officials, its gross mlsman agement of the state institutions, and for the of the state. And we pledge the republican party and tne nominees oi a ouuiu a iauniui ana ecuuuuiitw .i.i jtia otHut fihanrvunro ana nn non- est enforcement of law, and to obedience to the mandates or me couru. ci.m P lli, m&intAnanCA of theaO PrinCl pies we Invite the support of all patriotic citi- tens. THE OMAHA PLATFORM. Tuxaca, r-i.i a itmii a. aa.ilnsal niniit. lafe. Mut4 ftai flexJie,iji4 ky C rT" hV fall .V'U J Brink, and O.at arliaVlt tha use people at tax no to exossA per cal Pr aamiaa, la be proTifiad m eat forft 1 tlia 1 tniv7 F13 of u 'rawl Aii:?cL kettw mUni awo by paTiaH la diaois r a lartra !lHsatioforpniMj3rirMta. Ws daai4 in aal nalln-J olje of illTar all ciJ at the preoexi ls taf U kilisli rnil7 laaraasel to BOI Uas laai Diaili lh kat as xaH ai eosala le ia us kaxdsci tte pepl, aa fcee we aemaaa iiMi4.j 4 . 4 u .4. rw m vrs n .mm ni mji nit. eramal eao.miaUy aid hones My adisiia- lsti&. .. v. We deaasd mi tie posui saviati oaax p Ubshed by lai fOTaiamea! fpt tit safe i f of tJia aaraliii ai Iha people ami to faell ttaw azejuuix r. " tlAXIKilti.TX91f. .u. 4 v.TimftvtatlAlM!Ba msans af sz- sal Msriiy-ffi lawnn ai fmvamm. n.jifra inf innlnlntr all tha material T7 "r!Z 4 ..it .11 l.a uw awn ad It lUasa tAelii J Wmlalated kf tfca staraaiaat Tha VJefcsll VJashsi t .i Works on the same prl 4 knnii.wiiatilnc. if your hardware debtor noea not s:eep it, wnw w "".r. m DISTHER & BAkROWJ, Bala Baolktarr4 FT. WAYWE. IN. When wMtlng advertisers mention Advotiate SOLID 5 TRA1BS FROM KANSAS CITY and ST. JOSEPH TO St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, Peoria, St. Paul & Minneapolis TCiM, Tlinini Pawi VatiV)lllaj DrUwiufl Boom sieemna cars, iveouninz nair van (s&t8 nee;. ONLY ONE CHANGE OP CARS TO THE ATLANTIC COAST, Tna BX3T LDra fob.1 Us York. Boston. Ciltlmore. Va.hlng- ton, Phllad8ipl.il, CIi oinnafi. niasara Fall. PUttburg illTS TTT A nnTT!TT?.'T PQmTO. For fall inf onoatios adrflca n. o. our. General Fanasser Agtm.. Xan&aa City, Uo J. C. BcCLIIlTOCK, A. H., U. D.f SO Saaias Aveaae, - Toptia, BaaaM J: D YOU ttp. at? m? nnnH A BABGAIN AS THXSP E? Why should yon pay NO to SCO for a Sewfng every respect for less than half the monevT rons wim me macaiu roiicocucv ij "iii '' '.'' "' .'''':'V ;' ::-'" :';i;,""urf THE "ADVOCATE" HIGH ABM MACHINE. . . . 4 v.xi.ma A mn,!." lnrhla niarhinAA Ott tha fore the manuiaciurersuuAit'ii THE ADVOCATE FOE I ... 1 4 cii.i--4 4. 1 ni 4 nt $20 turned at our expense. Freight Prepaid to any railroad station evt of jjenver.Colo. ... . .4 A A ainnl All wearing pans are pi c"i ins of a screw all lost motion, causea oy wear, vuu w w uy. a i -w-rately that these machines are absolutely noiseless and as easy running as fine adjustment . .i wii i. .n.u n nmrfnpi tin ATnfitmw ct t1m la BTiared to make them PKBFECT IN KVKRY KKSPRT, as every machine passes a rigid inspection by competent men before leaving tne xaciory. nitawi-ri ui.uv uiin;o :," v ,r carts are nlckel-plited, with other parts finely enameled and ornamented, giving it a rich ap S!:..:;! ir.it.ivi ' .noamc BOUbIN WISDKH-So simp e that a child can easily oper ate it. winding the thread automatically on the bobbin as evenly and regularly as the thread on the spool. This valuable attachment renders possible a perfect con trol of the shuttle ten sion, anS all annoyance resulting ;f rom J&MtongbM&t whll. the machine is In mo. tion. wnicnis common io mui uikuiuoi u,.w4. r.c..-F , Thrfadlns r llllader Shuttle are used in the "Advocate" Sewing Machines. Ihey are so simple that anyone can easily operate them in a few minutes of time, as our instruction book s . fally illustrated, showing how to do all kinds of fancy work with attachments. THE sfcLMHllEAO 1JI0 SHl'TTLE is so simple that with two motions of the hand backward and forward the shut tle is threaded. The WOOO WOra lurniauou uu -vuvwai uiwuin u .i4v vuu.jyv-.--. - walnut. It is impossible to give a complete idea as to the elegance of our woodwork by printed description Tbi covers arelcnown as ihe Bent Wood work. The side drawers are ia skeleton aeBenpuuii. ... .H tv-, mt.nA naatinM. Sldti drawers wVth elegant nickel-plated rlngliandles. The favnrabia wun me Diva iiunru iuuuu uu imuu lavoraui- nil-" " r each m'sch inef iTucke'r?! Ruffier wUh7hlrm; 1 Hemmer Set (Twldths) and Binder. 1 Braider (foot and elide), 1 Thread Cutter. These attachments are furnished free with each "Advocate" Sewing Machine and should not be compared with those furnished with other machines. Note that these furnished with the"ADV0CATE"are8teel.self-adJustlng. hfiivilv nickel-plated, In elegant velvet-lined metal boxes. These attachments are the moat comDletand expensive ever offered free. ADDITIONAL Al'lT.KKOKlEH-Kach machine is sup compieteanu H ,. , ifomma-.nd fDaf n niAni.innAAdla.6RobbinsJ Wrench. puea wnu ."BaYi"" i. riwTK HnnaeWTh book of Instruction is proinsely illustrated and answers the same purpose of a competent teacher. STILL CHEAPER L ' J If anyone desires a still cheaper machine we will deliver the "New Singer" high ara to Ai aJJv"w " - ' i .... -.in, .n..1.m..ti in1 ninnfiaMTW wimntT. anv express omce in aidiu, u cumjinw, for 115, including a year's subscription to tae Always iena catn wun orucr. auuimi, THE AD rOC ATE, Topefia, Kansas, M.chinfl , when you toJM"t. naviuu --rr - , YEAR AMD THIS MllW ii arind ronrnxAntpd. inir he re ahAaaAanlM M lli4Mtlt 4111 hv lllA ttiril. i- " T-.V:"' entire finish Is most elaborate and comparing v4ju auu. vuuvua -"- - . . knnL Inatrnot.lnna. aunt fTAM n.7 - .Vd Wk; h a. hnok Tf lnntruc- ; Under view of the "Ad vocate." Remember the Machine is warranted for 10 years and with good care it will do the s work of a family for 30 years. MACHINE, $15.00! wu .uruuioui. -u- ..w..-.-.-.- " advocate. - the eo an try, its farmers and its worklagasa. 02c) boors. 3 to 4 p. m.