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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

THE 13 COEEESrONDENCH MmuDEn, Kan., Jan. C I?)!. Kditoh A dvocatk: riff.f; a taacuro that tharo will be a grand wclf hunt cn Saturday, February 11 Tlia l!a'J Ml be aa follows: First line on ilia "c ctt cf Went Muddy. North line oat South Co- (lar. South line one mllo south cf Mert den. Etch line will start at 0 o'clock a. m. ami clone in at 3 o'clock, p.m., one and one-half milea north of I lock Creek oU tion. A. P. Oibii. PiMiiNtiFiKM), Kan., January 21, 1801. Editor Advocatk: Tbe Seward County Alliance met Iq regular 64ix.lon on the 7th Inst., with an adjourned tea eion on the 21th; a full delegation wxa present. It was decided to hold the first annual celebration of our organization on the 11th of March. A good programme will be renderod and everybody is vlted to participate. Kooolutions to the Leglulature were Introduced and unanl motisly adopted against returning la gallH to the Unltftd States Senate and favoring the pannage of euch la wi u ore embodied In the Alliance prlncipl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

TH?i ADVOCATE. I It TAYLOR IV t1f DtrnrrKi f;.j , K., f'rvj-i' "Gdlo;;ay and Polled An 3113 J Itcfarj and Cat'i f at Si!. Of my own raJuU'fr; from Imported Aims; thj very lot stock, paces low. A. J. CHOVEIl, ZluxU!i, Kan. nCMMffiUonTn ADVOCAtM. 20 TmenTA atw routiiwiotiuhn ken. N JLI 1. T. r)No x, Vewnmirr rxrjrwwi, rroTtlOtr. No. l'J-;7 H. VVhlU r.t., (L B C li), V't LlUK, it. Itrcedor of lmHriM LVi, !-' burtf, i-t. SJornanM, Nryfound.'iifHls, lrn;;'Jjtl Coiu.Ji'mi, Jnn!.n, EvC'.t. and Iriun J'olitva, ;rrrt Jnceor tli-maa Itoft;. KtfcdVih IW.v;ti:ls, Puwt U.k'Uutd-Yiim, Irinfi kvtUita. . Kir riuu,-4;t)rt.WHl Jjfaner rr!ar.,.'f.i, ij-itisj f.wp'-.oKlJ, ftootrti Terriers, IJaUint tlosJyuii, Ivmvu. i aad others aivays on land. Address tvtih ujrip. Mention turn Advocati. RIVERSIDE HERDS 1 "JtvirAWKaa," "U. B." and "Oiivriao" at head of heard. , I. v. r,A.c:::LF!i a cj., Emporia, Kan. Bay you saw thti la Tan Advocatx. "THE 15 EST IS THE CHEAPEST." For ran.pl.lcU V write to y 1 IBC-WCaii...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

TXIE ADVO0A1 15 H. PATTERSON & CO.. WHOLESALE BOOTS, SHOES AND KUBBHRS. Terms-" Net Catfi, 3d I:iyiH 415 421 tt, Kami Ctt, 15o. olesale mm in THORNTOU BARNES, 241 North Tatcr Street, Philadelphia, Pcnn. fis-.nnpnirn f, WfWm Our House was on of Mi First. Wholesale Ornery Ifoiwea In the country to come nut boldly ami openly to DKAI. IUKKCT WITIITI13 FAltMlUCi ALLIANCK AT TIUC WXUl.HV WHO Lit rU l-K PltK'K.S. Alt Mia ipxkIk wo handle wo purchase direct from the leading Importers and JVUn uf.Mlurers in largo amounts. We carry a Large and Complcto Stock of Fancy and Staplo Groceries, Sugars, Syrups, Molasses, Teas, uoJecs, bpiccs, &c. We would be ile.a.ied to receive A trial oudku. and compare the nuallty of our Orocerlca with what you have been mlofr. We Ruaranto to ploaw you, and you will olliiln I'ure (looda and Full Wright, lu denting with our House you Bay Direct at Wholesale Pricc3 and Savo tho Middleman's Kxorbltant Fronts. We obtain Tlirotwh Frefwht ltates, which yon win ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 February 1891

10 THE ADVOCATE. 1 f f, T a 1 1 TMJ31IZMUL MMAN A ALLEIf K4.'i CO., Crtti, FitfJ, Catdsn mi Tict gtj, Onion !s, t!s. Pr.nf'jrCntftln'pifl. Mailed pme. Mil M:jj f,t. IUL'I AV V kit HAH ClTV, Mo. II. VV. C'Ji.: ;'A'n:i I, IT'it. Ham. I.a.amim, Vl-e Treat. T'vi. rtfUM.iy. Trras. J. V.T. UiUir, Buy. 1JANHA! CITY. ELI TITU3, Cn'l toar. AMERICAN DOS n?er,i 83, 84, 93, First Floor, Live Sleek Exchange dig., Kcumi City. All oorsfllrnmnti carefully hanIIcil and promptly sold. Market reports furnished free to uMpjwrs arid fenders. I'KWM YAM3, K. C. STOCK YARD3, UKUflJI 87CCX YAfflCS, KA7JGWAL JTCCX YARDS, Chicago. 111. Kama City, fco. South fl'nuha. Web. East St. Louis, Mo. uinrnnn c -in 'J 1 'J w w W 1 v 7. A. HABEIS, Proprietor. HORNS Leavenworth Co., IIA1TOAO. unlit y th object BOiifiht. The mrj Imp. Jrn IfCnUht (fmt) at head cf herd. ,Ain..ww.t i. Knid itivifismi irilnii l'uenin jl il Farm loin station. IiicuecUon u VlcJt. Catalog on application. Mention Advooatk. Annual Sab, Chicago, Apr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

PART OWEPAGES 1 TO 16, INCLUSIVE. Devoted to the Interests of the Fanners' Alliance and Industrial Unioa and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 20. TOPjEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1391. 10 PAGES. KANSAS UMH.HLATUltlC Monday, February 9. Eighteen bllla intnulucod Into the Hourje; among thorn was No. CM, by Brown, of Harvey, pro viding for the appointment of a state pon ulon ns;ent, and making an appropriation therefor. Mr. Barnott introduced bill No. CM, providing for Insuring publicity of pro ceedings of county coramiaoloners. Mr. Fortney Introduced bill No. C74, to provldo for the election cf four Suprome court commiHaioners and providing for their compennatlon. Thirty-one bllla woro read a lecond time and referred, twelve of which were referred to the judiciary committor, Fourteen Ullo were reported upon by the standing committees. The following report was made upon Houco bill No. :i80: Ma. Si'RAJtFH: The oommittoe of theju diciary have had under consideration IIou...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

2 THE ADVOCATE. TLursiJAy, Fubrmry f;.-The House of Repremiatatlvr.3 ncptad a ruuohtlon providing for the payment of $300 for 1107 coplfB of the tl.jhkivn contested lectlou c.'t ififj in the Homo for the Fifty firat Congress. Ia the consideration cf the eury civil appropriation bill la th committee of the whole, the table allowing appro priations for public buildicja, showed an aggregate of $:?,CO0,O0O. On the Item to appropriate $37,f00 for tbe salaries of tho interstate commerce comniiiilonorfl, Mr. Anderson, of Kansas, spoke at lnth. He arid: We have heretofore In thin country a urnod with respect to the railway business, that tho great law of competition wad not only operating, but that it would continue to operate and to operate effectually. Tho groat railway pool which baa reoontly been formed, goos back of anything heretofore proponod in tho long noxloua line of rail way rascalities. TIIK MODUS Ol'KKANDI OK TSIEIII Ol' I'EIuHHlON. Mr. Anderson thus explains tholr work: At tho...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

THIS ADVOCATE. i subject to homeHtund entry, but the homesteader la to pay $1.2." an acre to rolmburoo the government for what we Ia.y tlw Indiaua. On the dlocusuion of the sundry civil appropriation bill in the committee of the whole, Mr. Paynon la the chair, and other appropriation!! for pay of salaries for ofllcoru, etc., of the world's fair com lnhislon, were dlBcustied by several mem bera, Mr. Holman remarking: A hundred thousand dollars in scattered a;i If no one toiled to heap It In your troauury. Thin in to bo an exposition of what labor ban accomplished in the new world, and yet it is reported that no labor inst men or women have boon placed on cither of thone great oommisHionn. Whore, lot mo auk, is labor represented? In the name of patriotism we find here salarien of $10,000, $12,000 and $15,000, with actually nothing to do, for innteud of one groat or ionization here we have two, and one of them with it great nalarlen in abwolutely worthloHU. Wo invito the attention of t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

A THE ADVOCATE. N. R. P. A. Published Every Wudin?.i.y by the ADVOCATE PUCUSHIKG CO. B. McLalmn, PrrnMont, ) tt. AiCl.AM.ix! Editor. ' One Copy One Year tl.M Twelve copies cue year liO.ftO cl Twenty copies or wr .w eaen. AdTCTtluIillJ Il&tffl. Disomy M itter, 20oent.i per lino, A;j5,te Dieaa UT ia i)t (I I lnt to the Inch) itcsding Notices, 40 cerAS jver UnV Address all communications to the aoyqcatz nzuz:tm to. Taticha Kami. TOPDKA, KAN., FKMtUAUY 18, ( Entcrod an second olaaa matter la tho Tool 03oe at Topoka, Kansu-js.) biaxial cluii Liar. Tits Adtooati & National flcoaomlufc. . J1.90 " " Chicittfo ICiprwa 1.75 " " Dexter Free l'rona 1.75 " 1 Nonconformist........ 1.75 " Kar.mxj Commoner, ...1.75 " Toiler 1.85 " " Kaunas Farmer 1.75 Weekly Nationally... .1.80 " " Our Own Opinion 1.50 S. M. Scott cpoko to a good house at Lincoln Contor, February 2. Tho storm in tho morning prevented aa good an attendance aa might other wise have boon expected, and the peo ple dooire that h...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

THH ADVOOATXl 5 ignoble parsimony that discarded high intellectual aud moral progrwu, ari oicoso wa. inventod that it was in tho i&tdrr.ftl'j of economy find for the highotit bloumngs of tho very dew people. Who can point ia tho whole legiH l&tive annah of Kansas to a greater at tempt at vandalism, barbarous and rocldwo, than that found in thin bill of "tho reviaors!" This bill has twenty-one Bcctionn, whoso firHt ono reads as folio wb: All the books, pamphlets, niapH. charts and documunta of every description tlt)n!ntc to the state, now la the state library, and also In the keeping or under tho control of the state his torical society, with such other works a It way hereafter acquire, ihall constitute tho state li brary. Section 2 of tho bill of this revision oommittoo created a historical auto cracy for Kansas, consisting? of its Governor, Attorney General and Su premo court, who aro habilitatod with these absolute functions: They shall appoint a librarian and in assistant...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

G THE ADVOCATE. tiik sakk nr.au. A Harvey county Lvrn.er ftpi-lioJ to a loan ectii y to-!ay t) t-orrow a i.nall um, and he wa told that ttnA orders ar that no money lit to be l,aiu(l during tho tilting of the prcfient I.ogtula tnre. Mo It goeu tJl over Kama. Xeirtm He- A mtin whoHA homo la In Illinois has f r,0oo do posited lu aTopeka Lank, nut drawing liituretit, tut Intended for InveMtment. Iuy b:foro yawter day a Tc-peka jpntleman, whose credit Is excel lent, went to him to borrow '.!,W). "I will give you," ho laid, "$r.,lX!Oof tho bent powilblo locurl ty." liut tht) loan wui rvf imod because of a para graph In tho CapUaVt report of a bill Introduced In tlio Ilouiie by Speaker Elder. "Until I Hud out," laid thin money owner, "what your legis lature U going tod I sliatl not loan a dollar In Hamuli on any security," Nextt-Cijif, Fcliruiny H, Defeated at tho polls in a fair ela tion, it is by such methods as are in dicated ia tho above that tho CiTort is being made to intimidato tho...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

THE AD VO OATH COURT OF COMMON PLRAS, TRIAL TERM. Eitraordlnary Cane of Fraud mid Dmptlon by an Attornoy-A Jmllflal Opinion of ft MfiubiT of the fliir-A IIatiI Case. Tu Advotatk take pviur In furuUhlnK Its rpaderi the following additional fact! relating to Major Hudson's frloul. mho caine all the wny from New York to Karens to atd In the re-elo don of Mr. ltp;l. Does anyone suppose he came without a taluaMe consideration? Whtlo here the Capital utilize him to the fulled pos sible extent. ThU matter toiids to show what kind of tooU the old ganu makt-s use of. It wu originally published in the New York Herald of May 7, IMfc KDrrott.1 1IKK0H1C JUr)(JK DALY. Frances Waylan vs. John Llvlngoton, Philip fleoboM and Francis Hoffman. Tho developments uion the trial of thla cane, and which has occupied thla court for over two days and which was con cluded yesterday, aro luckily among the rarities in the annals of the New York bar. The action waa brought against John Livingston as administrato...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

TUB. ADVOCATE o ; IMHiaTANT LCGIKLATIOM. Yoaronct u.7;cr;g thc-::o v. ho re gard tho priwut Lojfohtaro M pM.r ticnhrly ia need of cotinnol re:ipect ic4X their dutiui. Wo havo F. :iioi:.,i doubts vluther tho members of any former Legislature of this or any other fctato over cams tip to tho capital city as f ally ini .tructod concerning tho withe ; of their constituents as thono new atJiicmblod in tho prewnt Houno. Tho Jaws that tho pooplo demand havo been dincunsod around every hearth-etono and ia tho rchool houncs ecattorod all over tho prairies of Kan Baa. They are f jw ia number, cocwrYa tiva ia character, and of tho utmont im portance to tho common pooplo. Polit ical demagogues aro endeavoring to cast reprench upon theno men, to mis represent their motives and inten tions, and to restrain thera by intimi dation from the performance of their duticn. Tho banks of this city aro co-operating with tho politicians. They havo agreed that no money ehall bo loaned upon any kind of eo curi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

THE ADVOCATH 0 TELEGRAPHY. If you .mt to learn '1 elruranhv in tin hitotit domiU K tin a nj lUiruH a MtuitluH at onvo, iit W. J. V.V, 'n't, pr?fT r?A$"if 9trr"" IlitSloil, KtAHAK, Illi1i4lnl Brrmi jr?iwiiHi Willi ll.w'- K.ilHy ainl 1 clritraph I'nmiMnirt ii lh U. S. fur iil.uiti 'Lr SITUATIONS SECURED FOR GRADUATES frvhiatcl. Itunr.l ni rKui (tuoo DR. STANLEY II. BROOKS formprly of the IIWg World IMspruHary l now located at corner of otti and Central stmts, Uooras 2, 10, 12 and 14, Kftrnui City, Missouri. W. IP. PlIOIiTMimB Will r1v sjwdal ittunMon to trtid of cava la tli United Htato Court. Iti the Huprmie Court of Vit Hutrtof Kamtait, aad wlma lira Intorohts &ro lnvolvwl will tunc tTmrflof cuuii's In Uto mlouj ll:itrirt Courts of t!in stale. Having mul a iiwHilty of innuranra Liw for tli pa-it thrt years, parties h;ivlnjr cam a-tluAt uiNuranre conipardei will do well to call upon or corret,jMud with hhn. Addies.1 W. in. XilCrllTMmn, Mention Advooatk. Topoitn,, Xlcincu'ui. Farm...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

10 THE ADVOCATE: OFFICIAL Dtr.ECTOKY. ITATJONAI, TMin V. ".'.'.i' A I.LI A N C K A N I I.NDl'sliSIAL UNION. Vrv.Vrhl I I Polk, WlJinttnn, I). 0. VJ.'.f rnnldHit.. . , 11. II. Clover. Cunbi Uxn, Kun. tfm'MUry J. 11. Turner. Vi"Mi.t m, I. 0. Iclunir J. V. Yfuflt.i, McLouth, Kan. KANSAS IT A KM Kits' ALLIANCK ANI INIllS'ntlAL UNION. Pre.tM'tit Frank MKSrath. Ilulolt. Vko-i'rfii'.ilsjnt Mm. KK. Vhkory, llmporla. KH rtary I. II Frnh, Toixika. Trcfuurer .A. C. FahIt, UuiltiiKUine I-turnr Van U. Prather, Columbus. AutUUnt lecturer H. M. Hcott, Mcpherson. CITIZENS' ALLIANCE Ol" KANSAS. PrtwMent IX H. 7,erchir, Olathe, Kan. VV Prcl.teiit..lra I). Kelttwr, Columlmn, Kan. fWy..W. P. ltlghtmlre,Cottmwood Fall, Kan. Trc-iiMirer W. II. Porter.Oswrico, Kan. Lecturer H. II. Hnyder. Kinsman, Kan. Uttrtillvt CtmmUtrt..Ul district, John Htod Hrl; 2nd dUrlct. It. II. I'oyi M rtlutiiot, (J. 4. h district, (j. W. Marsh, Chairman, To rt i-a, JUnnusjtfh dlutrtet, A. HMKmouot: Oth hitrict, W. M. Taylor; 7t....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

THE AWC0ATI1 V f 1 4 A LL BWUKTAitlKfl xx new I'ookot Fouiifi rorumv. '.'re pohtpuid. K giaoile, Kan. SHOULD HAVK MY In Pen. Always read J. ThUtMhwolto, Ton LflD CVPIHSIOr MwikII Improved farm IUI1 LAUlhUlUl. In Mlk county for more luild fJUll.T Wnal. Alml UDhlipfOVeil liUll lid. Umao comity, KaiiHai and Te.n. RUMSCY BJtOS., Emporia, Kan. meiuion nun paper. HST7SPAFE3 I'03 SALE. A food paying office In Harper county. Int Ilaher U forced to retire on account of 111 health. Address thin office for particular. Money t 3 12 Par Cent, on Real Ettat Only. Payable, prlnctpiil ami Interest In clxht years. Membership fee ji. r share; into per share loaned. Investigate, Kellahle acent wanted la Kansas. Adilreit 1 1 A I W. NI'lSWA.NiaJK, (ieucral Atfent, Ottawa, Kaunas. Mention Advocatk. TiE IWV PEISIOil DILL ! Boldlers and sailors who served 00 days tr more In lnt war unable to urn a support by MANUAL LALUA entitled to from ft to It'J per month, whether disabled In nrv!i or since. Widow, also...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

12 THE ADVOCATE. KAz.'Q.VI LECIMtATUUK ( Co-.iwiJ from flnt pay.) Ki.rjza. Kerry, ISmery, Forney, Harkncsa, IIit';9, Kclley of Crawford, Kelley of Mc riif m, Illrlfj atrick, Lockard, Laig.Mc Tncx'rt, Martin, Moody, M unlock, Nor tonj Itankin, Roe, Ruub, Bmlth, Tuckor, Wheeler, Woodward and Wright. Senator Howard and King were th aVjontcos. Tie bill provided for the abolition of the metropolitan police bill In the cilice cf Leavenworth and Wichita, Th Senators voting for this proposed aoiMiditory loptlalatlon represent the conntics of Atchlaon, Brown, Chano, Chey enne, Decatur, Doniphan, Edwards, El lis, Finney, Ford, Gove, Graham, Grant, Gray, Greeley, Hamilton, Haskell, Hodge dm, Jickcon, Jeffer3cn, Joknion, Kear ney, Kingman, Kiowa, Labette, Lane, Leavenworth, Logan, Marlon, 'Miami, Morrla, Morton, Neuu, Ottawa, Pawnw, rratt, Rawlins, Reno, Rooks, Rush, Dillae' Scott, Sedgwick, Seward, haw cto, Sheridan, Sherman, Stanton, Stevens, Thoraaf, Trogo, Wallice, Wichita and Wyandotte. In...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

VHH AD VC OATH 13 tuit rrncticts and mlminirorimtloa of money Ly tnomberi of the board and ttmi trui-tod by law to other bounli created unds the lawn of thin uUto; thernforo, V,i It rcwolvwl by the Heme of Itojirwoa taf,ivMi of the ntito of Xanoun, Thit a ewn ni it too of five ho appointed to Irwui'Juiits said churgm, with full power to stnd for IorrM)iin and paper, to diligently inquir into the truth of ouch rumor and charn, and report the fant to oa'ul lloume of Itepre- RentativcH at It earliiwt oonvonionce. Resolved, That the Attorney General be roiuonfcd to appear before snid ooinuaittos and nnn!nt in the examination of witnn-UM, and in the conduct of sai'd eiamlnntiou. Mr. Vail offered the following resolu tlon : Resolved, That tho roll of daleeatee be called daily, aad thnt they be allowed oom ponnntion for only uah days as thoy are preHont unions thoy are exouttod. Mr. Ilrown, or Harvey, moved that the resolution bo adopted, which motion pro vailed. Thursday, February 12. Thi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

SV3. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILWAY. rev. f-. Cvn-. (fo. ow,ui mi.coiiuh j .sCct:;r I tv ea!i Una tolas a Pasn'tr Train ...1.11.11.1. l-lMMri.rMiJi'7 l w All i r1l,.li r, Ul lhaa.'h.; Voorv'w. t.tf.WlU:ul,M.lnUllll(w''u't,I,,,', at Wat tu t'nn.'.J AlT.Ur u Va tret Kiln OiH.'K" Wont 4f.i1tuf llr. tv.1 nprvkPHV 0 IKS COVHMnfWlU lfUOM "TLT")' - r. aViv fl triers and irtiarer: W etudenu MMi I Wiiuuwu 1 1 J ftif Teonum-L., a-rdod ft pre- are ff JJ. JJ" J inUun 17 years. ST. LOUIS TO CINCINNATI, Without Extra Chorgo. to Cincinnati, and All VWr nave ttto UM of theao Vcntluuh Cars. . I I.J . ' iMi" , 1 Less Than 10 Hours U our time from Ht. Louis to Clnt lunutl, beU'K niucn mm -r than by the lonijor and In ferior routi. Book levins?. Hiwrltiuid. T.'rrirhJ-r. Fo. manship, TypewrUliKf, und a!l other luMnena R'n'a tlwYroushly Uiwht j. " 'S good pof.ltlona. baXsa. ill.OO P Vwlt. Woud for clculurs. ' . Tiriu EMSA5 BOSOM. KMS, IOKT SCOTT, KANSAS, Ii tho ichool for th rniwMi. BtuJt" ' Z . .... .i ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

THE ADV0GA1T, H. PATTERSON & CO.. WHOLESALE HOOTS, SHOES AND KUJJBEU8, Tt rins N. l r-nnti. ;m I ays." 413-421 Ua! SI.. Kansas Cll,. Ua. VEOLESALE GROCERY USE. 211 North Water Street, BARNES, Philadelphia, Venn. jnrrirxrfivn Mill All XTfl A B C ETiTllifnrtf k -K at " r , imm 1 1 li V W aU 1 J W Our Hoiine was on of Hn Klraf. Wholesale Crfwry HotiMdM In the country to rom nut boldly wiilonlytoDKAMUKWTWlTHTIIKKAItMKlt.S ALUANlIC AT TIIK UWIMT WllOUf. HAI.K I'lflCK.S. All tbe kmhI wo bundle wo purchase dlrrot from the leading Importers and M.ta uf;trturers lu lurgo amounts. We curry a Largo and Complete Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Sugars, Syrups, Molasses, Teas, Coffees, Spices, 6c. We would be pleaned to rwolve A trial oiuitu,and compare the utniltty of our Groceries with what you huve Im-ou using. W Riiarantoe to please you, and you will obtiln Turo (ioods and Full Weight, in dealing wliii our House you Buy Direct at Wholesale) Pricea and Eavo the Middleman's Exorbitant ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

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