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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

PART TWO-PAGES 17 TO 24, INCLUSIVE. (J )wilviMJMM Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 20. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1891. 10 PAGES. THK TUttXES-H'URATII CONTROVEBSY. 9o ranch hva boon Raid ia relation to thin cuno Binco the first nppearanco of tho Turner letter, and there has boon oo much anxiety on tho part of thopooplo to know more about it, that it has boon thought bout to pub lish tho comploto history of it up to dato. Thia ia dono at the instance of tho officers of the State Alliance, end we bolieve that it ia the proper thing to do. Constant diiscusaion by the prcfla can do no good. It can only ongendor strife and divisions which became more difficult to heal in pro portion aa Buch diacuanion is enlarged and continuod. Wo have our indi vidual opinion in relation to tho mat tor and it ia to bo procumed every other member of tho order will like wise have an opinion one way or tho othor...

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

in .THE ADVOCATE. under conaldArallo excitement Q. Wan that th-a hat cf the I'llm br.idnruj then? A. No, si; we then vent to dinner mid csirnfl lack hero ali-ut 2 o'clock, I think It and bad Wither tdk by ourselvea, and we prcusod Brother Mc Grath to give hht perinlurjlon to puLU h this letter with hii Btatenieut that lie had no knowledge of It, or that ho could Dot conceive why Turner should have written hlai ouch a letter, but thia he declined to do. Ho asked for time to connider the matter. I prouurno that I premted hlni harder than any pertoa present to tnko that step. I did ho becauua I knew that tha htter would be publlohed. Q. You did not get the letter from Brother McGrath at that time? A. No, sir; tlwe had boon copies 0 the letter made. Q. Is thia all you know about this letter? A. This is all I know about it Qj. In the publication cf thlj letter you published it and tho comments - the comments you puhlluhod were on the letter and not on Brother McGrath? A. Tho comments are...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

10 A. II rcfuucd to glvo hii conncnt to lti publication tad be dvatad it Q. Tken bin objection to publishing It with bla denial waa not to ooncoal It but to go to work and attempt If pcfiulblo to Had out that they could not Keep It from rahrio g trouble la the crdor. A. Ilia objection wo to And out the third party if poiwlble, and a bo thought, I auppOHO, to prevent trouble. . Did be not give that aa a rtaon? A. I do not know that he gave that m objection at tbe time. There were oo many things eald shat I could not give the direct conversation. He was asked for tbe subjection of tbe letter but wanted time to investigate. Q. Now, waa the proposition made to him to submit to the publication of th letter and hi J denial at the same time, also couptad with two other propositions, viz: That he could not account how the lettor came to lw written and that they would suPDreun the manner In which they got posBomdon of the letter? A. The proposition for publication waa that he Bhould consent ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

20 THE ADVOCATE! bent method to pursue, flovertl suggsa !cni were prtstntrtd ftl eomo rf j acted, tctao cf coerwo accepted. The general cplnion waa that wo should not act Lvitll aal that we tvdttata ovtr It No one should Bay anything about It but curwlvea lit that time and boo If aom other sustlon would prwsiat itself: to any of our mluJa and a tnoaner la which to proceed. We thought It twat to all partlaa interested that w confront Brother McGrath with the letter. Q. Who were the parties? A. Brother Chase, Dr. Mclalllfl, Henry Vincent, Brother French and my Belf. Thty decided that I should read tho letter to him ka earl aj pceslble Monday morning when we mtt Q. Thli conclusion you arrived at what day? A. I think it waa Sunday evening. Q. What place waa that at? A, I think It was at the Dutton houso. It cama about this way: They came to the conclusion that I ohould confront him with the letter. That as long aa the let ter came in my pcBMiidon I thought It Icat that I uhould read tha...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

THE ADVOCATI tre in favor that we publish It and not Walt another week. We thought to pub llah that lotter would teach the Hepubli can machine to keep their fingers out of the AKIanco pie ami get them to quarrel ing among themselves, whereby thltf would nip tho Benatoxial scheme, show up the corporation and break tho ranks of the lugallu supporters and teach thorn a lesson. I expressed alio that H would reduce the number of Benatorlal candi dates and make the number of Alliance member going Into caucus a certainty. Theee were the motives I bad for pub lishing it. The next morning I tele graphed to one of our old subscribers ut Bulolt nnd the replies are in our paper of last week. Q. That ia all you know about that? A. No, sir, there wan something more In the conversation a good many points. Tho Ocala convention was mentioned and Borne of the facta In that meeting were brought up. McGrath said be was a member of that committee and that ho had In hia possession knowledge of cer tain t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

22 THP. advocate. Q, You uay you did not know th!a tj;n Wilson? A. No. Q. Wm there anything before the rrcflpt cf this Utter and iilnce its re ceipt or did anyone over approach you la the subject, or in regard to thla man VUion? A. No, sir, I want to eay that there la not ft day passes over my head but that A letter U put into my box saying moot tae at such & place with no name signal to It Qj. You know of no reason why he should address you na he docs In refer ence to the United Statca marshal and clerLr, and says, "hut I guess you know I Like care of my friends?" A, I Baw a letter that Turner wrote and I know the fight ho had for his posi tion and heard him make tho dedaratlpn that he would die for hli frlonda; that to tlL (By Prather.) Q. Is it your ideo now that Turner wrote that letter? A. To eay that ho did would be tell hg an untruth but from the opinion I have formed of the man I think he did. Q. Do you remembor meeting Turner lit Kansas City? A. Yea, air. Q. Thla letter...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

opposed to tho publication of the lot tor at tinh time it wan publwhod, and only couMnntod to it whoa cwurod that it would bo tfiven to tho daily jtrouM in cmo of our roftwal. Thin fM wan publicly stated by Prother Chano boforo tho members of tholjog; rilaturo, but it does not appear in tho tuHtiaiony. Knowing that it would bo published in thin manner, wo doomed it best thut it should appear in our own paporn. It in also intimated in McGrath'a testimony that tho Capital received tho letter from The Advo catk tho day before wo pnbliabed it. ThUirtlikowino an error. Wo have no knowledge of tho Hourco cf tho Capital' information on tho subject With this simplo statomoiit we are aatisliod to loavo tho caso with tho peoplo. Wo nro conscious of having acted with the best of motives from lirnt to lust, and wo aro further eatia iied that this will eventually bo con coded by all partica. SOMETHING OF THE FUTURE. Mrs. Anuio L. Diggn, atioociato ed itor of Tiik Advocate, goes to Waiih ington t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 February 1891

Sim MILL i'llu lilil iiiM Or A wuuimi uniii. "0 " CL15 CD DO rf"-l pi ' " j kMMMJ hmlzi mi Manufactured at Topeka, Kan. Patontocl Nov. ID, lOOO. Awarded First Premium Over Ton Com petitors at Kansas Stato Fair, Sept. 1 090. 1 , 1 Its 1 I ' ),: ' . Jsg . V ft . , n I' H' i i .Mil y il Vi L. r,u 9 cs b ;si v,f cr I 1 ..i i,..,', -J H VI i H iii l , a it' i P 5 o B' a OR P 2. o d- CD W CD o B3C&'. 3 urns awjj Id , SCfMtr' O Perfection of Modern Me chanical Invention! Special Prices to Introduce! W W Ct- IQ CD o CO We make no claims to havinK the client mill in the country. On the contrary we claim, and, wo bolieve justly that wo offer the public tho newest, most iZoZ tiokest type oV ,Wilitv to return to wood. which SSSX, tZZ l! i bocome8 loosened, rattles, fall, to pieces, mill mdo CoZw Tw and Ir li t tho most simple and direct in ita action. It ia thoroughly well built, both as to material and workmansh p vSnli of the combined open ani cloned pattern, with etod fans working on ste...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

I Ayf i If ? 1 fill hi f Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 27. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1891. 1G PAGES. niK KA2LY HISTORY 05T THE FARMEIU ALLIANCE. Kanmia Blill In tlio Leiul-Tho Order Orgnn inul in Thlt Stnto-Tho Kbcl Brteadtfr Scare Eiplodml. 11 Y 0. CANI'lltM During the campaign that has Juat closed, in which tho Allhnco has taken an active part, thero haa been a great effort on the part of politicians both north and . bo nth to miitsropreecnt the Alliance move ment In the south, people are told that thia movement ia of northern origin, Republican device to disrupt the Demo cratic party of the south, strike down white rule, and establish black suprem rvcy instead, while in the north, politi cians tall us the movement ia a southern Institution, divined by southern Demo crats of the Kelley chf j&ctcr, and da eignod to destroy the Republican party cf the north, strlko down the pensi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

2 THE ADVOCATE. K A N.'SA S 11. (i 1SL ATIIt r.. Friday, Fobruary 13. Tho following resolutions were adopted with reference to the House journals: Whorcus, The journal of tlil Jlourta Inn not been approved, except up to and Includ ing January 211, therefore bo It ' Resolved, first, That hereafter tho journal ahall be approved Imsiodiately alter roll call of the notion following that ou which the Journal In read, aa the printed copies ara distributed. Second, That tho chlof clerk and his as Biatants shall have exclusive control of tha preparation of printer' copy, and tho cor rection of tho sarnie, sublet to tho rules of this House; and tho select coramlttoo on publication of journal are released from further service. Mr. Steele, of Cloud county, rose to a question of personal prlvMgfl and present ed the speaker with a gavel, and made a brief addreus which Is herewith presented: Mu. Bi-itAKKu:-()n behalf of tho ofilcora and raombora of K. of L. Assembly No. 2.'V17, of Conoordia, Kans...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

THI3 ADCaTIl 3 permanently settled, and that a largo ma jorityof tho citizens of that county are in favor of au election for that purpose; bu owing to the fact tl.nt there are inoro places than one proionted an candidate far th county reat, it would sown impossible undr the existing laws to secure a petition sp&oi fying any one particular place to which it i proposed to remote tho county Boat, and an this seems to be an exceptional cone, wo furor tho passago of the special till re f erred to. H. W. Hieicox. (Jo. II. DoUOLAHS. F. M. Oahi.x. W. C. Wnn. W. E. Buown. The following IIoubo concurrent reao lutlon No. 2'J wiuj adopted: Whereas, In tho year Wi, ono Charles Chadwick, then paymaster general of tho KanHaa State xnilitia, received from th stato of K annua tho sum of llfty-throo thou and eight hundred dollars for tho purpono of paying the members of the istato militia for services rendered in tho stato in the year 1H;1, W2 and lHlia, (soo chapter 3f, laws of MM,) and Whereas,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

THE ADVOCATj c : J A "V rlf it 1 N. R. P. A. publhihed Every Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISIISHG CO. I tkla J. UMitHuiiMau, I'im. Manager, rt , W. T. Iioowh, wvy i reauurer, j -r H. McLaixiw. Kdltor. Mm ANNia u jiiiKiR, I Anoclsile Editor. J. U. JiJf.llMAKU, Altocl; TUUM3 oi' suiwcitinioN n, Vur 11.00 Twnlve oopltjii ne y(,ar I'M O'lvlil of 1 wt'iiiy cojiios or ovwr Advcrtliung lUtM. Display Mattor, 20 couts por Una, Aga men- OJWiwnt (II lino 10 i wen; ,. iU'nllaii Notices, 40 cents per lme. A.iUrJS all communieatloiw to the , ASVOCATE PUSLISHIX3 CO. Toptiu Kanis. TOOTA, KAN., FKliltUAUy.25,J801. (Entorcd nil fweond clana matter in the Peek Oo at Topoltft, KauHM.) nrw. inwKUTu .V Nafinnal F.ooiiomiat. .11.00 14 (jldCRtfo itxprwi i.'o Pester Free 1 tm i.o 1 NonoonfornilHt 1.75 KnnnM Commoner .... 1.73 " Toiler 1.W Xnnnaa Farmer 1.75 " Weekly NfttlonAliut.,,.1.60 " Our Own Opinion 1.50 LOOK On your paper, and if "Feb." ia on it your subscription expires this month. Bond us n dollar ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

THIS a bxlic or Tiia dauk ages. Tho following in a copy of ft prote: gainst the puarige of the bill grant ing euffrsgo to women: 1. 1. ICMfJ, Itr pre.rntaUv0 from the FlfWnth district, atolls hhnrnlf of hl.iconsUculloiiiil rljtht and aaEia Iwave to have his protmt agalimt the paajjttio of House till No. 27'J, An art conferring upoa women the rlj;ht to vole ami hold oirn pUm! In the Journal I protest against the passage of this Mil fur tho following rcatous: Fir st-That the bill, If It tM'onis a law, will 1) wholly unconstitutional. ttacondTh&l experience h;u shown that pub Mo aunUinent Is agalnnt the policy of cnfranchls hag women, m manifested by tho uniform defeat of such kindred measures In fourteen states In lim, and etht states In moo. Third -That tho rights of women sucured un der tho laws of Kaunas are far In advance of any othmr state In tho union. FourthThat the relations of man and wife "are one bju! Inseparable," as to the i(ood to bo derived from, or evil to be suffe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

0 THE ADVO0ATE1 OL'Il KANSAS 1.0'ITOY. Kann.w, not to bo outdone ia any tiling, net oven by tho bloodthirsty brigridiors nway down m Loniniana, in Iho proud poimenHor of a lottery, nil t or own; not a small, iriHtaificaiit af fair, obncurely located end clandeu tiaoly operated, but n regular thor oughbred, chartered by our Hicre Ury of Stata and operated under tho protection of our great Common wealth. Of courHO it rauftt bo regard ed at a perfectly legitimate and re spectable institution, othorwino it would not bo chartornd and sustained in this great stato undor a Republi can adminintration We have read and heard many things relative to our lottory for months punt, aad wo reproduced from the Leavonworth Timm Homo time ago an article Hot ting forth Rome of its foaturos and u fow of its bnainoH transactions. Hav ing Borne curioHity to know rnorq about it, we made it n vinit a few days n;o and had the satisfaction of boo ing its machinery in full operation. Lent thoro should bo Home ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

THE ADVCOAT. RETRMNTATIVK ItEriCLlCA.V JOL'tt NALIS.M. An Alienee lUpreneitAUvo In Toprka ia!d tho other evening that KIwTtrun 1M tho country mora hum than did Jeff iMvla. On of rWmr mno'd old lioyi stood hy nud heard thu remark, anil the con:i'Ut'no win thiit the Allium ll- resetitAtlve hHHn't maM anything Inc.-Istw- rtnft Journal. Tho publication by the Republican prw;a of tmch rot cn tho abovo w bo coimnfj Bickeninp to decent people, irrespective of party. Of courw tho ttoryiealio manufactured out of whole cloth. There has been ft per eifibnt eiTort on tho part of two or throo Republican papers in thin utato over since the Allianco developed anf ficient atrongth to indicato iU pros pectivo buccohh, to whow its disloyalty to our irovcrnmont. To the crotlit of a few ronpoctable ltopublican journals it may be naid that thin Bpocioii of journalism moots with tw little ap proval with thorn as with papers of ether parties. Who are thono Alii Race members and Alliance Kopro eentatives? ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

3 thi; ADVOCATE. p:io?o;;;ii) raiikoad LEGirxATioif. Hoc. till No. 713 (snk,tiiaU for lfr;t.:;i.j lill No. 210) Li quite A volami roc.i end it inoriti the impartial riU K.tioa of all who are Loping for rencdhl frgfrhlicn, in thi.i Jin et tha hands of tho Booplo'is lloprwcnta tiviw Its comprehensive title in es fol lows: r An to r'i;ilita reasonable maximum charts for the transportation of freight oa the i:.7ortnt Unci of railroad la tho state of Kannait, and providing for ft state board of railroad com mlmloari with general powers of supervision over tha transporutlon lines within the Btstto, and gtvlntf to inch commissioners full power and authority to control, flx tint r 'gulate the charge and rat.'ii to be collected by nsdd road and trans jorttiloo Unci for carrying frelaht over inch roads and Unci In Kanims, and to prevent unjust and unreasonable discriminations In such charges, and providing for the selection of inch commluiloners and the manner In which they shall be choson, a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

THU ADVCDATIl 0 Tin iiousk -umumt aitoktiox MINT MIX. Tko epportioaaioat ol tho i.tcto into BantonVJ mi1 Koprc.-KiyitfJ.ivo dktrkti from tho census of 1H1K), haa tcon oubmittf! ia a Honso bill, which oa tho wholo ia a pretty kochI ono. Leavenworth, Wyandotte Shawnoo and Kedirwick ooaatiai have each throa Koprwiontntiven; Atchison, Bourbon, Butlor, Chorokoo, Cowloy, Crawford, Douglas Labotto, BJar ehrJl, Ouago, Iteno and Bumuor aro each given two, and Garfield anc Morton countiort aro loft undifitrictod but tho numbers "121 and 12.7' aro loft for them whoa thoro ia euHiciont population for a ltopresentativo. Tho counties that each Iomo a Kcpro uontitive aro Cloud, Cowley, Dickin- eon, Franklin, Jefforaon, Jewell Lcavonworth, Lyon, McThornon, Marion, Marshall, Montgomery, No- xa&ha, Noofjho, Pottawatomie, Kepub- lic, Sumner and Washington. Wyan dctto gains one. Marshall, which ha;j 415 moro people than Douglas county, is mado a Senatorial district of itriolf, which somowhat equali...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

10 THE ADVCOATI official DirrcToar. AND HATIONAI. VMMEIW Atl.lANCl ixnmtuiiAi, union. PrvcVtM.t I. I, Folic, Vnnlit:u)il, P.O. Vwiivl'rn Lieut..., H. H. Clover. Cuiitirhtyn. Wan, f 'w.n tary J. H. Turner, Wtuildn-on, 1. 0. UrturiT J. F. Yv Hilts, Molxuth, K&n. KAW.SA8 yAuui;;t' ALtlAICK AND IMHTlIAL UNIOtf. nenldnnt KrMik MeOrath. JUdott, Vtoo-rrenldont Mm. F.U. VMmrv. FmiiorU, r'ncretary , 1. It I'riu-h, Topela, 1 ruunurir A, (". V.auUit, IJia ivun lecturer Van Frather, Oluiunus, AiwirUnt Lwturer H. M. ttaolt, JWcllierson CITIZENS' ALLIANCES OJT KANSAfl. PmM. ut I), 0. Zerclu'r, Oliif-ho, Kan Vl:i Frer.Mnnt,.ira I). Ketlf-, Golumbus, Kan rc'y.. W. 1'. ItlKhtinlre, Cottonwood Falls, Kan, Trejimiwr W. If. Forter, Oswejro, Kan, Lr, turer M. II. Snyder, Kinsman, Kan, iLrttnttivt rmmUtr. 1st dstrle, John HUwl -rl; 'ml district. Jf,. H. Foyj 3l district, G. liid;4ih district, 0. W. Marsh, Clmtnun.ri, To- iwa-Kansas; cr,n (iistricr., a. jhwiunnet; ' fntrkt, W. M. Taylor; 7th district,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

I, . i A LL SKCftKTAKIKtf HHOULD HAVK MY new Pocket Fountain ivn. AI'y ready wr im :: postjudd. IC J. I hlut;ifa;u ion- i;woue, inn, - A WAYUTV Wonsy it 3 1-2 Per Cent. 01 Rett Estate On'. Payable, principal and lr.trrMt In etytit years. MciiiMtnIiIo fee ft per .bare; I KM) per share M'tuii-a. iiiv''nui;;iio. lU'iiHiim Mirenrn wanu-u 111 naiuias. Addn-.s ha I., w. Niui-tWAMii'.ic, Oeticial A k' nt, Ottawa, KaiiHas. IHCriUOn ADVOCATK, . TOE IIEU PEUSIOil DILL ! HoldVrs Ami sailors who served 00 days or more In late war unable to earn a atupiHtrt by MANUAL muim entitled 10 rrom 511 to btj pr mcuui, whether disabled In service or since, WHo, also, entitled. 1.CCCIALIT. CLA1 Vt3 fM IKCBEABE. Address WILLIAM H. I'.KOCK, late Chief Chirk Unread of Pensions, Washington, l. (L Twelve jrnrs' eierleneii lu reunion JStiroftti M KXiuainor, KMciiii Kiamincr, Am l umeroc v- vision, Ann 1 cnief Clerk and Chief Clerk. J. K,. EUTIEO ATTORNEY AT LAW Sedgwick Block, WICHITA, KAX1AS. Alliance business ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 February 1891

I 2 THE ADVOCATE, KAII0AD CITY, no. OUR. JUtfTU-AXj SHOPPING BY MAIL MADE EASY. Clip out of thia paper tho item you wi3h and Bend your ordor by mail. We promise you our b;t gervico, and when you get tho Linonn, should you find any you don't want, return thoia to ca at onco and wo will rofond your money. kan.'as j.ir,ii:.r,i,Aivv.rm Ws'dafcdAy, February Yi.-VJi day vraa toraewlafc hliitnrlc la th& Howo ly rp.::cra of roucaa of tho eo-ctlhvl wti'aaa BUiTrno bill, which ca Ita third wvY.r.z oa the previous day teilod to ,;tj:a, thftro Lavloj tetia CO votouforaud 3 B:.Icot It RoconaMeritlon of rote on Ho'j.m till No. 27U, An act confiirrlaz upon wemen the right to vote and liohl o!l!ce wad road the third time, and tho iiuutlon being, shall tho bill iak? Tho roll wan c&Iled with the following rault: Yetta C'J, cays 01. Tho following gentlemen voted in tho affirmative: Meuaro. Alexander, Ather ton, Barnes, Barnott, Drown of Wllaon, Rrydon, Campbell, Carey, Cju'itor, Chubb, Cobun, ...

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