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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. 0 nay: Manors. Carroll of Miami, Elllnton of Atchiuon, Emery of Nera&ba, Hark new of Clay, Hays of Osborne, Kirk Patrick of Wilson, Mechem of Jewell Rankin of Osage, Schilling of Brown Senior of Coffey, Hoiith of Rice, Tucker of Greenwood, Wilson of Kllln, find Wright of Geary all republicans, moutly bankers and lawyers. The five abeenteoa were republicans Meiiars. IWry of Marshall, Buchan of Wyandotte, Howard of Douglas, Johnson of Jefforson and Lockard of Norton. Attorney Klrkputrick, of Wllaon, ex plained hia vote by giving the following protest which Id recorded in the Journal Mn. I'litHineNT: I muHt protwt offainMt tho pannage of Senate bills Noh. 6!) and 7. Theee bills are doubtless intended for the relief of those who have been so unfortunate an to have mortgogod their homes. Hut the inevitable result of these bills niunt be bankruptcy and ruin to the very persons nought to be relieved. Under Uio eonmitu tion of the United Stato. as interpreted by the suprem...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

10 the advocat: OFFICIAL Dir.EOTORY. RATIONAL FA KMEIW AIXIANCIC AND INIl'MTICIAL UNIOX IWifint L. 1'olk, WAfiblrirfon, I. C. VU:M,n'tilderit....l. II.CIovtT.CimbrMn'', Uf. Kniretary J. II. Tumor. WaNlilngtou, l. (j. lecturer. J. K. Wllltts, MdMUlh, Kan. KANSAS FA HtM KS' ALLIANt'K AND I.IIU'STKIAL UJSIOX Ire.ldent Frank Mrirath. Ilelott. Vice-President Mm. Fit. Vlekcry, KmporU. K,j,.rary M French, Top'!ia. Treasurer A.H. r.atcr, HurllnKame Lecturer Van II. rruiher. (Vlumbus. Assistant lecturer S. M. Heott, Mcpherson. CITIZ1VW ALlTaNCK OIP KAMA A. IW.deut I. f . Zcreher, Oluthe, Kan. Un lT'M'iit..1r l. Kellogg, Columbus, Kan. Hoe'y.. W. F. Klghtmlre, Cottonwood Falls, Kan. Treasurer W. II. I'orter, Oswego, Kan. Iauivr K. II. Unyder, Kingman, Kmj. ILitmiilv UmmUtrt,.Ui illrttiirt, John Hto.l diutl: Vml district, K. II. Foy;3l district, 0. Hill: th district, d W. Mamli, Chairman, Tn poka, Kansas; &th district, A. IInj'J'm)t: CHi district, V. M. Taylor; VUi district, MM. M. K. Lea-...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

MEMBERS OK Tlltt Faners mm You are invitod to cull, examine and get pricua of our Clothing, Hats, Cap -AND auras' Funmsmna gooes -We hate an- All YsrstsJ Frlitcs Albert Suit for $12.75 The largOHt stock of OVERCOATS in the City, GEEEN WALP $ CO. 507 Kansas Avenue, TOPEKA. Piaaso mention The Advocate. I fjjt ,rn $' lulllnfor HOOK, wllh irmutliiii am to ilturcainl nut 11 1 re. aeril Ire,' 1U j inyer I rvt V r h -n. .4 I lur I n uati, o Aleut ion this paper. IL E. HIGG3 & CO., miMVA Ah fl O I f m tn wj Only Autiiomzcd Alliance Agents. 324 Exchange Building, Kansas City, Mo Market reports furnished freo. Correspon UcIUkI and donee promptly attended to. Consignment so il sra.i auvancos maue, IUDK3- W-AJMTI2D HARIENTHAL & CO., 1 ITALICS IN Hito, Tallow, Wool; FDrsaiiSkcctsMns LIU KRAI j ADVANCES ODf C'ONHKJN MINTS. No. 38 Main Street, CINCINNATI, 0. rfrnarnt'su Hides a Specialty.--! llrfercnct-S. Kufm A Sm, IJivnliern. A. D. JOHNSON, President. 0. L. KRINKMAN. Vice I'roHldont, lOl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

2 THE ADVOCATE. KAK8AH LKOISIATURK. I ' (Ctmtlnwd from ninth page.) tho b ii.tstaU in the Union. , Wif.ucH ouf hand, J auuary 17, " L. M. Jlt'OHEH till thorp. Notice the laat words, "Believing him to ie the soldlera' bout friend In the Ben at of tiro United Btfttoa and the beat friend of the beet state in the union." faa Impudence ever more glaring In preo-onting such a phraeo as facta? But here ia the following from uoug. I2.1 county, preaonted by Bonator How Bid: . To ei Sinntt and Uoum of Itoprwhtaltvu of (Ikntlrmkh: Whereas, KhHhos enjoys a ytry enviable position in our .national ktfia Lf.turf, and an thin position ban been ob tained for us by tho many able statesmen sent thoro by thin tfreat oomraonweaiin; nu arnonir thom none stands higher than the Hon. John J. Inpalls, his ability being overywhore recognized. When he speaks the nation listens. Jle has shown himself the champion of our interests. Ilia roocnt speech on tho silver bill shows him to be a 'mooter workman" that we ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

THE ADV0CAT11 NO TRUTH IN THE RirOHTS. To the Editor of Tim Advocat; Icaamucbi as a false report hta hma jjolng the rounds of nianjr Alllanca pa pors utatlpjf that our buslnciu agent haJ. while on a buainetis trip to Kansas City, abneonded, taking with hltn several thou Band dollars belonging to our order, etc. we great detdre you, in order to at least partially correct the wrong done ur brother, to publish the report of special committee to lnvcbtlgate that matter. Upoa investigation we find that reports In regard to our buslncfw agent, H. K Bweeney, have been greatly exaggerated ail Is usually the etiHm all matters con netted with the movements of the All! ance. Aa to Mr. Bwceney's mlaconduct whlla In Kumm City, we fail to ascertain any thing to tmbtitantiato oaid rc porta. , William Fehhlkii, Jackhon Hart, Bert 0. Wisic, Committee; membenj of dlatrlct 33, Farm era' Alliance No. 750. Iteserve, Kan., Jan. 15, 1801. TRUTH TIIJC TEST OF OPPOSITION, From the National Alliance. Tho Far...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

I 4 THE ADVOCATE. Kurd Alliance Imm fcrdi or1 x&itoao. Full Inform aMoa on Arplioutloa to Fred kclccn, Gca'y, MoPhemon, Knn. EES. KDLTAHE. ODE S IIDLYAUE . or th ('' X TOPEKA .-J Helical 22I Esnica nTOTITXJTZJ, L'ake ft specialty of all Clironlc and Surgical Dis eases. We huve practical medicine and surgery here for fifteen yearn, ami during Unit time have treat ml successfully nunureus or cnroiuu canei wLlch had reUwa tne stun or weal pnyuoioiii. v.c owns all For.ts of cifto.'.'io DISA03, Remove tumors, euro cancers without the knlfa, rure piles wit hout knife or Dimture. ALU DIti EAHEH 1'ECUMAlt TO WOMftN speedily and successfully treated. We remove tae worm en tire In from two to four hours. If vou huve any chronic or private diseases you will Cud It to your interna lo write us. twrresjmnuouco uto aim oonriMmiMaL Jt-efer by permission to Hank of Topeka; John I). Knot Si Co., bankers, Toprknj ClUcns liima Iforta TopcKa; American i.ana, ronu lujwiia. mm for printed nsi or onehn...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

THE ABVOCATH 15 H. PATTERSON & CO., WHOLESALE MOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. Term-" .Net Cash, 30 Days." 419-421 K.ln St., Xtfltdt City. Ma. 17D0LESALE GRfl CERY USE. THORNTON BARNES, 241 North 7atcr Street, - Philadelphia, Pcnn. nnnncnicQ vmm f i If li 1 n a." - Our House rwi onmif the K1rf. Wholesale C.roeery Iloum In thoenunf ry to emu ontlmMIy iiml m.enlv t lKAI. 1IKK('T Wi lli TllkC KAKMKUS ALLIANCK AT TIIK I.OWKSf IIOLIC- HAI.l' I'kK'Krf. All tho kihm!i we handle we purclwwo direct from Hits leading Importers and Man ufiirturers lu hirx" amount. We earry a Largo anjl Complete Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Sugars, Syrups, Molasses, Teas, Coffees, Spices, &c. We would be pleasod to reeolvo A tuial OKDaH,and compare tho quality of our Groceries with what you have been iminir. W Kiiaranteo to please you, and you will obuin l'lire Goods and Full Weight. In dealing witti our Howie you Buy Direct at Wholosalo Prices and Bavo tho Middleman's Exorbitant Proilt3. We obtain Thro...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 January 1891

10 THE ADVOCATE. r "!j rj r-" f'l .Ill1 Gran, riolrl, Ctrdeit and Trtt Sesds, Onion Sett, Etc. I yU 'JF'J j Hen-I for Cologne. Mailed Free. I P J l 1 , M - ' fjj f imta Mt. 1-ouIm Ave., Kanm xh City, Mo. 1 kjJ kuV v" AUSTIN & ; GSAY BEOS., -Emporia, Kansas, -IMrOIVTKItl AND I1UKXOKK9 or- El JSl! "Jjj'jQ' (j ,!.0 STANDARD DI3E0 STAWOIIS illlD LURES. ' Our horsed wers selected by a member of the firm direct from Mm breeders of Furorw, and are dpsoendunis of the modi noted prize winners or inn wiu worm. we paiu ipn i-awi ior n our block on and Kt the be st at great bargains and were not obliged lo take urn rerune rrom ueaiors ac exor bitant figures In ordnr to obtain credit, thereby enahllng us to sell better animals at tt:Lter prices, loiiKr time ami a lower rue of interest than aunosi any outer nrm in America. iger time ami a lower raw or interest man mmumi ny oi wo have also the iwmt superior system of organizing miry, aud Insure sa?Jsf:n-Mon. We call especial ittuiji.l companie...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

: -c r y I slls . i 1 t . Devoted to the Interests of the Fanners' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Or,' lirations. VOL. II. NO. 2k TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1891. ; " 10 PACO. INTKtESTLNQ TESTIMONY. Verbatim ExtrartH from the Testimony of Jay OouM iintl Others, as Reported la Doeument Number 9K, of 1873, of the Agftembly of the fititeof New York, Taken Before the 8elect Committee Appointed by the Assembly March 11, 173. to Inveitlgnte Alleged Mis management on the Tart of the Erie Hallway Company. Fifth Avknuk Hotel, Nrw York ) Friday, March 21, 1873. ) Committee met, pursuant to adjourn ment Present: Hon. Messrs. Rabcook, Lincoln, Wright, Crary, Carpenter, (p. 23.) Jay Gould being duly sworn, tcotiflod aa follows: Question. Your present residence li what? Anawor. 578 Fifth Avenue (p. GO.) . Q. You woro, at one time, president of the Erie Railway Company? A. Yes, sir. (p. 50 ) Q. When wero you elocted presldont of the Erie Railway Company? A. In 1808. (p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

2 THE ADVOCATR bo(Ka wuuiot his couto rather adverse to yo;i and to the Erie II tilway company, o? ut cny rata to you j.ad Mr. Fluk, In the Henato? A. Up to a certain thno ho was con nects! with the VandarUlt people. Q. Wiui it junt about November, 13, that you began your first payments for legal uorvicea to Mr. Tweed? A. I don't remember. I thbk it was In tho summer of 18C3 he want Ir-tO the direction. q. Did you ever know him after you began payment to him for loal services to l)o adverse to your Intercuts or to Mr. Fluk'aT A. No, air. (p. CC7.) ' Jay Could swoara Wm. II. Vanderbllt called upon him for legislative lobby let ters. Q. I think I aaked you a question lint night whother there had been any ar rangement between your company and the Contral with regard to legislation in 1872; wan there any communication, either written or verbal, rocoivd from the Central company, or from VVm. II. Vanderbilt with regard to legislation In that year? A. I received a letter from Mr. Vandor bl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

THE A3700ATn 3 uonal attendance here? A. None whatever, except what very body ultirt knows by general report Q. By paying money? A. Only the general rumor everybody henro. O. Do von consider him to bo a lob byist York Aariombly, dated May 17,137.1, con cerning the management of the I'ri Railway company. Its stock and bonded dobt in very laro. Amounts of convertible bond have, under former administrations, bi-en issued to waA the wanta of ltd management. Then often wer sold at ruinous ratM and after- warm oonverujq into huki. wmofi now A. I presume that term would cover Ltajl(L ftt lt), pnr flIu0f on whiof divU it. (p. fi:rj c:)3.) New York Amenably resolutions and report of ltd special committee concern ing the management of the Erie Hallway company. The following la the preamble and res- olutlona adopted March 11, 1873, by the Aanornbly of the Btato of New York, ap pointing a select committee aa above stated to investigate alleged mismanage ment on tho part of the Erie Ilailway com...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

4 THE ADVOCATE. oickoum N. R. P.jX. PuMIuJiod Every Wadueiulay by the ADVOCATE PUHLISHina CO. B. MoLaixiic, rreirtdeat, ) plo W. T. ititowN, H.Mi'y Troiwurer, 1 ropnowrs H. McI.ai.mn, F.itlCur. AttocUURUtotl. TEUM3 OJT BUU'JCUHTION One Copy One Year 11. CO Twelve copies oneyrar llO.fll) Clubs of Twenty copies or over 1.80 each. AJrertlilnaj llat. Tttnpluy Matter, 20 1 enti pr Uo, A Kate meas Or"inoiit (14 linos to the Inch) itniuUnt Notices, 40 cnuts pf r UnA. AddrpaiiB.ll communications U the . . ADVOCATE PUUMXir.! CO. TopiJo Xjmsj. TOPJCKA, KAN., FKBKUAKY 4, 1601, (Kadort'iiasBooonJ cIjlbb m&ttar La the I'cai OrJoe tit Tcfuia, Romm.) Bl'HCIAL CLUI1 LI3T. Tm AdV(X!AT1 & National Eooncinint..tl.lX) " Chiciro Eipren 1,75 " " Deitor Free i'rous 1.75 " 1 Nonoonformlfit ...1.75 " Knjflaa Commoner,... 1.75 " Toilr 1J " " Kaunas Farmer 1.75 " Weekly NAtionollut.... 1.60 " Our Own Opinion 1.50 Tim troublo In Kaniai li due to the extern money Rotters loading Kansas Republicans aroun...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

THi: ADVOCATE. 5 THE AMERICAN PROTECTIVE TARIFF LEA (i IE. At tho annual mooting of tho American Protective TariiT League, at iin rooms in New York, on January 15, tho prwmbnt of the league made gouio statements in his rejKsrt that are worthy of reproduction. Our roadora will not fail to discover great Bigniiicanco in that part of tho ro port in which he enumerator the "nourcoH of discouragement" to tho purpoHOH of tho loRgno. He says: I have not prepared a formal report, but have here the reports of tho secretaries of the illffor ont departments, which, I think, will take up us much time as yon have to spare. I will only say In a very general way that we have had a peculiar year. We started Into tho year very enthuslxstlo In tho mpportof theftlc Klnley bill, which wa then before the Iloime. Tho attention and cltorti of tho league were particularly directed to the encouragement of public opinion In favor of tho paaiiae of that bill Wo followed tha matter up and mot every Ismie that ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

0 THE ADVOCATE. JOUST LIVI.VUKTON. XL 53 is tha man whom tho Capital look to its bo;iorn during tho recent Senatorial contest End rndwtvorod to nar.'io into fiomo dogree of popularity thti he might to Horviccable to tho old gang. Hoiajai tho kind of a tool that was noodcd to inako thf ont iit complete, and ho was not long in rri.'iimitating with congmial fipirits after hia arrivd in this city. Ho al ways has an eye to tho main chanco, and though New York is ft long dis tauco from Kansa.1, no ono who has any knowledge of tho man will doubt for nn mutant that his trip will in some way inure to hia financial profit Daring tho Sonatori&l content tho old campaign cry rctipocting tho southern origin end the rebel proclivities of tho Kansas Allianco has been revived, and John Livingnton waa regarded at tho Capital offico aa a providential visitor. We havo boon ngain treated to lengthy diwiortations upon the deep, dark plot of tho southern Alli ance, which we aro told was brought into e...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

THE" ADVOCATE. .7 Meade, for Inlla; 'Helmlck of Chau tauqua, Haney f Montgomery, Illckox of Harbor, Hicks of Norton and Hollen b&ck of Comanche, for IVfTer; Hoover of Ford, for Blair; Hopkins of I'lnoey, for IngallH; Howard of fcihawnoe, Hurt of Sedgwick, Ingram of Republic, Jacknon of Mcpherson, Jonea of IJutKr, Joncnof Cherokee and Kenton of Klce, for Peffer; King of Trego, for Ingallu; Leedy of WooLion, Lewis of Oene, Lovltt of ltush, Lupfer of Pawnee, Maddo of Mc Pherson, Matchett of Oabom, Maxwell of Marlon, McCliman of Nemaha, McCon-. key of Ottawa, McKlnnle of Bmlth, Mee ker of Sumner and Mlllitfanof llrahara, for Peffer; Mllnor of Wyandotte, for Illalr; Mitchell of Keno, Morris of Clark and Morrloon of Labette, for Ingalls; Neeley of Leavenworth, for ttlalr; New. man of Clay, for Peffer; Nixon of Cow ley, for InallB; Patteraon of Marshall, for Peffer; Pearson of Allon, for Ingallii; Pieroon of Pratt, for Peffer; Phinney of Jefferson and Pratt of Hamilton, for In galla; I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

u THE ADVOCATE. HANS iS LKGllLAtUKr.. Wednesday, January 28. In the Eanata, r'.!.iolutloa No, 27, offerod by Kelley of ZTcMwraon, -jts aJof'tjil by avotecf 31 to 3. Th following waj the text of the pre amble tad the resolutions : Whertus, Tho roceat action of the Stsnaio of the United Slates la promptly panning the froa colnoo of silver bill la a move in the direction of restoration of prices and prosperity In tho agricultural lnduutry; therefore, be it Resolved, That tho Senate of tho state of Kansas, urg"ai upon tho National IIouho of RopreRsntativca prompt concurrence In the pannage of tho Sonata nil ver bill; that this body, representing tho Republican of Kan sas, reapeotfully but earnontly request our delegation in Cocgreiw to iztnint, in tho in tcront of tho country, and tho welfare of tho Republican party in tho wont, upon tho pas sago cf tho bill and ltd approval by the Ro publican executive, as being in lino with Republican pledgoa. Resolved, That tho Soorctary of tho Sonat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

TEE ADVOOATZ enactment of said bill into law during the prwitut eiiiwioa. In the Houae , Mr. Cohun, of Uirton, offered the following preambles and resolutions, which were laid ovpr under the rules: Yhoreas, Certain pontons an J no wsipapflrs are circulating the report that the People's party of Kantm ia composed of anarch! oommunlrtta arid repudiators; and Whereas, Said reports are croatinj eome uueauinei'ii amount cnpitaliHts who havo in ventmonts in our ntate; and Whereas, Said reports are afrainut the bwt burtinow interest of our state; there fore be it ItOHolved, by tho House of Reprcnfnta tivofl of the state of Kannan, now amombled, That we are not, an charged, armrchintn, oounmuniata nor repudiators, and that it is not our intention to repudiate or in any way evade the paymont of juHtdobtn, but we Miall legislate as far an we are able to plaoo the Kansas farmers and laborers in a pomtion that will enable them to pay all Just debts be it Iteoolvod, That our warfare is not direc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

10 THE ADVOCATE OFFICIAL ClPEOTCnY. XATIOXAMMUMKItf' ALLIANCE APIO INDUSTRIAL UNION. VrvMnit I.. U i'um, Wa-ililwrfMi, I. 0, Vi -rr'iu lnt U. II. Mover. Cimbi M,(t, ht.x Mru-i;iry .1. ii. iiirr, vvjuiurirfv ", t. Iw:turt:r J. F. WUMjj, McUutti, Kan. KANSAS rAltltlF.XV AH.IANCJ5 AND IHDUSTUIAL UNION. rrraMont., Frank Mrf? rath, Ueloit. Vlco-1'n i.lilont Mr. V. It. Vl-Iury. Kmporla. Hwcreury J. H. VtKtu h, ToooIul Troiwurer A. !. Kanliir, liui'lhit'itme IiM'turor Van R rr&tlwr, (;iitirutus AnlUt lecturer tf. M. Hcott, Alcl'lienon CITIZENS' ALLIANJC OJT KAMA3. proiiifWifc I). 0. Zerch'T, Oht.Jie, Kan Vlufl I'r',Hl(lnrit.,IrJi I). Ki'Hok'X, ColiuuDuii, Kan Ho'y..W. 1'. Jiltitili , Cottonwood Fall, Kan, Tnmmirer w. n. ivirwr, whwi'ko, nan 1 Hirer H. J. Hnyder, Rlnxitmn, Kan Err.mUlr C!(nmit,fre.Ul riliitrli't, John Hlod ,lll.l..f If II lr ,1 .llntrl.-t tl K;.l;4?h dintrlct, C. V. Marnl),' Chairman, T IKa, Kftnoiiij tllullimict, A. Hnnquonnt: 6tn Ss itirlct. W. M. Taylor; 7th dlutrlet...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

It E. IIIGG3 & CO., flizmis anil Sfiippsrs of Grdn Only Autiiouizko Ar i.iancii Aok.nt. 321 Cxchitvj Building, Kaium Cfty. Ma. MArket reiorts furnished free. Corresooo dewo promptly attended to. ( ionmljnin'iiU so and UU r:i advances madt). HIDEO WANTED HAIUENTHAL & CO., I) X A 1.1(4 IN macs, Tallowool, Fnrs aii SbccusiiES MIIKIlAfi ADVANCKrt ON CONHKJNMENTM. No. 33 M.ln Strooi, CINCINNATI, 0. t'trilarnorw Hides a !r'pe:lalty.ti? J lirfcrtMO-H. Kuhn .6 Snut Hanker. A. D. JOHNSON, .President. o.l.ihunk:man, Vice rrouidcnt. lonnson-EamsnJin COMMISSION CO. tm, HILL , ETC. Jtoom ff-W Exchange BIdg. tTniiijo Pjti IJft Telephone WX. liailktdd til i 14Ui Please mention Tun Advocate. k. JEI.KK. P. JELKK & SON, and dealers In Droom Corn, Broom Handles, Twines, Wire, Broom Tool and Broom Machinery. 47 Walnut Street, - CI3.CIN9IATI. 0, COKRKHl'ONDKNCK BOUCITKD. Reference National LaFayotte Punk, Clucln null. Mention this paper. DBS, I10LYAHE. IJUilK & KULVMIE, c or TUB v 'J TOP...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

THr ADVOCATE. ( GmKnud fnm Jlj'th pJ0.) ir federal oft mm to supervisa tlom, U a itt p t!u.t c ia not be taken. I cow warn you as Republican, for I want to save thi Re publican party from this fatal leap. It in pui'.ii'g itsetlf la conflict with the posjla. I a j peal to you to refrain from attempts to deprivs tie people of ft free ballot uaoon. trolled by f odors! powor. Last t. e! i tf.cn of fctato oftcors and rrtoldeatial olo tors to the state, according to the guaiwa tetscf the cotwtltution. t Monday, January 2C-In the Eenxta 'there was a time." Tha f ttonptedi ef fort to secura th cloture rule, and con laqucnt upon that the pe of tha national elections bill met wish tha meat lgnomlnlousfate to all human appeincca. Thoentke Indeed i cotcb?3( 11 cot l&irfUy killed. ; .., Beaator Morgan of Ahhaa;i''cGm. inescid to speak upon the Aldrich roso lutlon the cloture measure -rsd alter ha'ir. epekca for on hour tail tv:.Uiy iaiauta, 11 r. Wolcott of Col:rtfo, takcd, Bonator Morgan if...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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