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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

77 7 71 e'Me . y b i j iff i f s i ,f .i.; i w m . r m m r i i i a i j m i j mil I J 1 ' ""7 v- ; 7 J' A r is 7 Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance ami Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL II. NO. 20. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MAIMIL II, 11101. 81.00 PER YEAR. niK EARLY HISTORY OF TIIK FARMKRS ALIJANTK. f- KaiiHttH KIIII in t lit I,i'ii.I-T1h' OnliT Orcnii Izr.l In ThN Htntf Tli K''l'l Itilpullor Snirn KviiIimIim!. IS V (I, ( A M 1'llKI.I.. In 18H1 1 iiIho issued a circular upon the Bub treasury plan, which was pub lished In the Mound Valley Herald as follows: HUKIMHTIONS TO TIIK I'EOl'LK. "The recent stringency in the money market, and Its effects upon the bualnesg Interosta of the country in the deprecia tion of valuc-s, stagnation of trade and tlio widespread financial ruin of the debior clans of our people, despoiling them of their property, and In many In etances driving those unfortunatea to suicide or Insanity, and the occurrence of these perio...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

2 THE ADVOCATE). KANSAS I.l:;i,SI.ATUHI:. , IVKUy, February 27. The following riiport wuj submitted by the committee appelated to lnvetlgat char.tf mada aaluut Theodoalus liotkla, judge of the Thirty-second judicial diutrlct: To tw llmun nf lli rtncMalXvtn: The Apodal committee appointed umfot and by virtue of Houi resolution, adopted February 7, 1HD1, to investigate the chargos proferrod by J. F, Van Voorhlu, II. F, Thompson, C, L. Calvers, 8. A. Kioto, and W. A. Rahitia, Aainnt fhoodosius Dotkln, judo of tlio Thirty-second judicial dintrict, respectfully herewith submit their report. Your oommittcs notified Judgo Botkin of the tiiA9 t.' 1 lima of Bald Invoutigf.tion, end appointed II. IE. Henderson their Ateuog raphor, and on Tuesday, February 17th, proceeded to examine the witnesses and ro duoo to writing the teutimony taken, which accompanied thin report. Twenty-flre witnesses wore examined on behalf of the complainants. The oommit teo also attach to the testimony an affidavit b...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

THB ADVOOATEL 3 widow and fatherless children our heartfelt and sympathetic cmdoleaoe, and corn mend thorn to the keeping ofllim who cares for the widow and orphan. Revived further, That thene reMolutions bo n rend upon tho journal of the llouno, and a copy properly engrotwed be forwarded to the family of the deceased; and as a fur ther mark of respect, hi vacant chair be draped In mourning, and ouch member of thin Houe wear an appropriate budge for the remainder of the aomion, and that the Houne now adjourn until this afternoon at lioclook. J, W. Tucksu, D. Sat C. M. Pickhok, C. R. Cl.KVU.AJIl, A. II. IUma, Committee. The Speaker announced tho following gentlemen to bo pallbearers to accom pany the remains of Hon. J. L. Andrews to Lis final renting place: Meoars. Tucker, Ruble, Crumley, Nixon, Hurt, Duncan, McKInnle and Kowbo. The following report waa submitted by the chairman of the cotnmlttei on ju diciary: The committee on judiciary, to whom waa referred House bill No. 414, enti...

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

THE ADVOCATE. 7 f if N. R. P. A. Publl,ihd Every Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO, n, MeLAixiv, rmnMrtHt, ) J. I LiMKujWMicit, Una. Manuer, . , V. T. J'.uowk, Hrto'y Treasurer, J 1 roortetori H. MCliA I.LIN. ICilltor. TERM J OF 8UUSCKI1TION One Copy One Year ILCO Twelve co)l' one year lio.OO Ulubs of Twenty copies or over, f .no each. A1vt(JjIji IIaUmi. Dlriplay Mutter, '20 f enf.i per Uno, Agate mtM Bri'nwnt (1 Unci to tin) Inch) Heading Noticed, 40 cents per l'nrt. . Address all coiiummicatlona to Un ADVOCATE PUSLlSKlXd CO. Toptka Kanuc. TOPKKA, KANSAS, MARCH 11,1831. ( Entered nanecor.d claim inattor in the Vwb Oi'Ioo ftt Topoka, Kannim.) WILLII S COUNTY ALLIANCE. Wo havo reeoivod from this county allianco an appeal to the Legislature for aid in the shapo of a loan to pro euro fiood and food for teams, but in asmuch as the Legislature is to ad journ tho Hame day wo go to press it ia not necessary to publish it The constitution of tho Kansas Re form Press association will b...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

THLJ .!iDVO0ATEL CONFESSES HIS HYl'O IHSY. Tho editor of tho Holloa Pweorder confemtes tho hypocmy of his party, arid &eeks justification in tho cry,"you aro another." Ho has a long screed in Lin iismio of tho fith in which he arraigns us for hypocrisy upon tho prohibition quebtion ami upon tho question of service pensions. Wo ronpoctfully plead not guilty, ami ap peal to tho record. True wo did not howl ourselves hoarno on tho ques tion of prohibition, and at the saino time support a candidates for Gover nor who was directly ropiionHiblo for the liconse of tho nalo of liquor in every city of the fctato contrary to law. Wo nimply said that prohibi tion was not an issuo in tho campaign, and this was trno. We desiro to say to Brother Bock that when this ques tion becomes an ismie, as it will whon a now constitution is submitted to tho people, ho will hour from This Advocate, and its voice will havo no uncertain sound. If he will bo 'pro pared to go as far as wo shall when tho prop...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

0 HIE 17 w cnwCTi o'j rat riionra cmz Tho Ktr.r.r.a Ilocn of Reprcncnta titM on F&lnx?.ry 1801, Yotoxl down a proposition to radbcait tho prohibitory amendment tj the ccn illation of tho ttr.ix Thcro were Un:;iy-e;ix vcti.i in its favor and aavcnty three in opposition to rei;uh nlalon. Of theao twenty-six votw in tho airaativo, eighteen came from tho People's party; live frcra cm elected as Democrats, to wit: Messrs. Craig, Gable, Hoover, Milnor and Neoly, ono each from Ford and Wyandotte counties, and three from Leavenworth. Messrs. Douglas of Sedgwick, Beaton of Atchison and Willardof Leavenworth were tho Re publicans who voted for tho proposi tion. Tho fioventy-thrce negative votes wero cast by tho People's party and by Republicans iui it was expected they would come from theoa sources entirely. Immediately following thia result, there oppcarod a long ecroed signed by V. P. Tomlinwn, in tho Topeka Democrat. It was publiahcd in the Democrat of February 27; copied in tho Capita...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

mi AX advooat; K01K FACTS WOaTH MTCDYINU To the Ktlltor of Tui Advocate: "The result of the election ia beginning to be felt already. Money placed In this vicinity with which to buy grain bus been withdrawn, and now there ii no market Wheat has declined several cents In confluence. Jan eompnnlen and individual have Instructed their agents to make no more loans and to col lect all outstanding debts as soon aa they become dve. Owing to the uncertainty of further legislation foreclosure are to be pushed, vigorously and no renewals granted, which will make closer times In Kansas, llnanclally, than ever before. Wj are not given to looking upon the dark side, but this la the picture which forces Itself upon us." tIt means that you should have submitted youraelvea to the powers that be. Don't kick. Try and adjuot yourself to your environment. Don't be bo foolish as to think you could hotter your condition by going into poll tics. You old hayseeds don't know much anyway. Has not ex Governor...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

TUT ADVOCATH KANSAfl LXGIAUlTUKK. Tucn.hy, March H In the Impeach ment cuw of Judgo Thcodoiilua Botkln, in tho Sen&td, Mr. Clllott, on behalf of Mr. Kimba.ll, offered the following preamble and resolutions", which wore l.d J over under the rules: Whereas, The Housa of Ueprotwmtativos hare impeached Theodosiusi Dotkin, judge of the Thirty-second judicial district, and have notified the Senate of their action in the matter; and Whoreus, It it) the constitutional duty of tho Senate to try such impeachment; there fore Refiolvod, That tho Benato organize as a court of impeachment on Monday, March !, IHfH, and thereupon adjourn m euoh court until April 30, 1891, at 3 o'clock p. rn. said day, and that trial of said impeachment bo net for tint time, and that all proccHH be issued intermediate such organization, and the time not for said trial be made return able at the hour flxod for said trial. The board of managers on tho part of the House to prepare and present artlclea of Impeachmen...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

THE ADVOCAT TV f tet of Buoh of the witncMoa in behalf of the df sndmt as the court ordered ub rwnacd shall be taiod by the dintrict court, and a'lowed and paid by the county, the same 1.9 witnoflfwi for the prosecution are no taxed, allowed and pnid. Uudr tho present law, whothor tho dofendunt i cou tktad or acquitted, the witnwiuwi get no food, unlem thoy collect them from tha d fijiidAQt, who is primarily liable. This biU, if it pawn, proW-lea for thoir payment, un der certda restriction which aeiii junt and proper. Senate amendment to IIoti3 bill No. 75(1 (substitute for Uouno hill No. B12,) An act for the relief of farmera la went era Kansas, who are unable to buy need grain, beintf on third reading, and the question being, Shall the House agree to Senate amondnienta? the roll was called with the following result: Venn 83, nays 14. This provldoa for a loan of f.GO,000, to become due In February, 1802. The following gentlemen voted in the negative: Messrs. Dry den, Campbell, Cas...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

THE ADVOCATE. OFFICIAL Dirr,OTOrcY. NATIONAL FA KM K IW ALLIAXCB3 AND INDUMTKf AL UNION. rrosJdont I., r.. folk, WiahMrton, I. 0, v im rrmucni. . . . 11. it. i;iov:r. utimirMKn, Kan, HdmUry J. If. Turner. WaiStliiKtori, l. (J, lecturer J. K. Wlillts, Mclutli, Kan, KANSAS FAKMICK.V AIXIANCK ANII INIKHTKIAL UMOtf. rrcitl lcnt Fmnk Mulrafh, Dololt, Vl( -lrcold(iiit Mm. K.U. VIkrv. Kmnorla, H retary J. H Frmiofi, ToiHika. Treasurer , A, (1, Kanter, Uurl'iitinune lecturer Van Jt. rrnuicr, Omnibus. AimliiUuit I-coturer M. M. Hcott, McTLerson OTIZKN.T AI.LIANCJC OF KANSAS. President 1). O. Archer, Olathe, Kan, vice jnNiii'iir... ira l. it iio, commons, nan fVc'y.. W. K. ItlKhtinlro, Cottonwood lfalln, Kaa Treasurer W. II. J'orter, Oswpko, Kan JUecttirer n. II. nnyur. KiriKftmn, nan EutnJlrt CinnmUtrf,.- 1st dlnulct, John Mod. r1:ird:2rid dtHlTlrt. It. It. 1'oy; nd dlntrfct. 0, Mil! th district, U. W. Mitmli, Chairman, To- f r,ko, HariHim: DIM (liHtnct, A. ISHinpjonct; etn dlttrrlot, W. M. ...

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

A WAY OUT. Kenty at 3 1-2 Per Cent, on Real Estate Only. PaviNe, prlnrtjwl and lUere t In elht years. RffRtwr&ftlp fMi si per share; itM) per share ImummL Int:(.uU. IWUMe m wit i wanted In Kaunas. Addreu HAL W. Nli!;iWANilUC, General Aenl, Ottawa, Kaunas, Mention Advocatx. as us;? pension eel ! Bo Mors and sailors who sorvod DOdAys nrmwe In laif a war unable to earn a supiwirt by JCA'lUAL LAI' o.l entitled to from &i to $11 per month, whwUier dtaabled In servle or slnee. Wld.rwt, a!iio,e.rJUed. SPECIALTT.CUm fCi,1 IMCKf'A'E. Address WILLIAM M. ItltlK'K, lat "ilf ( lurk fciinriau cl I'nnitloris, Washington, I). (). Twelve years experience lu renvton Bureau a Rxamlnnr, rlpoelal Kiarulfler, Aun t Qilefof 1)1 vltilon, Asii't Chief Chirk and Cltkf. Clerk. J. TZ. DITITO ATTORNEY AT LAW Sedgnlck Block, WICHITA, KANSAS. Alliance btwlness enpocLilly aollcltod. Mention Tui ADVOOAT. Faram' Alliance Insurance Coijaiy OF KANOAO. Full Information on Application to Fred Jackson, Sce'y, MoP...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

4 .i 'HE ADVOCATE. KANSVS IJ-OISL.m'UK. (Omllnud from ninth paye.) an J Alabama Le included la tho pro boon of ihia resolution ami la thwo of Sonata concurrent resolution No. iiO, prorijbj for the commercial comron. Senator Kellv. of McPIieraon. movud tho adoption of the reaolutlou, which mo tion prevailed. BENATOtl KOKlAI.L'rt KM KWlKNCY HLL. , The Honator from Labette declared that an emergency dieted and bo Introduced a Labette county Boat bll, whicn waa ground out at once and put upon Its third reading. Itfl hlatorV !fc tbfar Senate bill No.l I'l, An act authorizing an election In Labile county for tho ro-locatlon of the county Beat upon the petition of. the ma jority of the qualities! electors thereof, waa read the third Urn,' and tho ques tion being, shall tho bill pass? the roll Wft3 railed with tho following result: Yens 22, nays C. Senators voting In favor of the joint resolution were: MesnrB. Ilentley, Buchan, Carroll of Leavenworth, Carroll of Miami, Ernery, Forney, (iill...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

the ADveavm 13 TIIK Y.A RLY HISTORY 07 TI12 FA It II 11 ALLIANCK. itnd whenever tho banks refund to loan inonoy at reanonable ratf.a of Interest when they have a "lack of confidence" WW mn go to the government and procure our currency to carry forward the huel new Interest of the country and there would not even be a jar or ripple la buul ness affairs of the nation. A money panic with this system of affair in prac tlce would be an utter impoitniblllty; w could then have our presidential elections every four year?, or oftener' 1 we chose without disturbing the business Interests of the country. A peruon could then embark In buHlnons with Dome degree of security, knowing that the government utod at his back, and that he was not iU pendent upon the tonder mercies of banks for the currency nocetwary to carry on hia buulnesa. As a currency I am In favor of gold, ejlver and paper, (green buclcs) 'each 6 fall legal tender. I op pose silver and gold certificates for the reason of non-elaati...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

14 THE ADW0ATI1 TL R 311003 & CO., R:::iv:rs $fe::r$ cf Grain liuanlilp, iy;ffrrt-li'i', rtal i ..!, LuiiurU Kranciit d UioiouMr t n:v!it. it -S.-tf tenure gOOll poultlOHS. COAXa.tl.MlrUWUX toad tor cif cuutrs. T 1 1 Jiij- u&mjjluj iiUteiiajj tyijulii JTUIiT rCOTT, KAN3A3, In tho srhool for the masses. Bin Harts can enter at any urns ana nnd cui:ks w tuft them. Toed fixnfiiiui lor ixiar-J, roc in and tuUJoa at 9 only U'-A to J; :5 per term of 10 weeks. Classes are ar- raiifia to suit ail who come. Muy young men and women who have att.sntfl m-hw i but a short thso ent jr every yiar. If you cannot attend but ft abort t:n, eiitur the K. N. C. Coras and awnd ten weeks wi:n ua this year. Hundreds wld do no. writ for circulars and critalori. Informa tion rroeiy given. D. K. BANDiiliH, Present. Ojjly AuTiiouur.0 Alliajtcx Auatna. HI ticltrriji DulMlnj, Ksnl&l Criy, ITo. .'.'.;jit)t rr,ti:rts fart'!..f.v.l fre. C;imioa- I and li,ori advjuiccs made. pro.?:ilyxtwnkid to. (Jorjal'p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

ADVOCATE IS H. PATTERSON & CO.. WHOLESALE BOOTS, SHOES AND KUBUKRS. Twais--1' Not (Jain, MDaji" 411431 tt.. City, Mo, OHM WHOLESALE GROCERY K THORNTON 241 North Water Street, BARNES. Philadelphia, Perm, ffilCEPJ ES S VJ v.. it .1... in... nt,ni.uictd i'ur llmuit. In f ha nmiritrv tf rmn imt ImMlv andooy HAI.K I'lUCKH. All the noodi handle wo purchase dlrt-ct from the loaUlnjf Importers amt Man ufm:tureri lu large amount. We carry & Large and Complete Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Sugars, Syrups, Molasses, Teas, Coffees, Spices, &c. We would be lift!wl to revive A trial oiuutit, and compare the onalfty of our (InxHiriei; with what you have bwwi uhIiir. We muiranteo to ptoaie you, and you wUl obtain l'ure Oooda and V utl Weight. In disaUug wlih our House you Buy Direct at Wholesale Prices and Save tho Hiddleraan'a Exorbitant Profits. We obtain Through Frlht ltitt, which you will find ?ry reasonable, and that you ran BUY C.ROCKKILU TO AfoVANTAUK IN rillLADICI.l'HlA. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

10 THE ADVOCATE. 1H i f:: v ! 1 I I I TKU11U17LI., RTKKAN A A LI. KM Mr.v.i ;j).. r.... ri.i.l m..i V . - r - ri uii), rioiu, vwikvi n im amui, umufi sail, lu.. ' , , i Hcnd for Cfctatogtio. Mailed Fret). I j f L ',. 1 m U:m at. Iulit Ave., Kanmah City, Mo. 1 w cl 'X '.i is ft C " IM frP"lMf I'l Ullls!:.! HOT. Manufacture ri of Corn Meal, Ityn, llMOv-JlN CV PW. :oru and iiuu Chop.ftfid t-J.r InOrnln. KI.Mir.Keed, JJ.iy, fr.te. iort. '.UV. 2 H i-ilxi.1 Aveuti ImJ, TOf'ika, Kazibuh. l.ANmcniJ' C&i.KJtuATKII i ,i ivu u-.i ,if.i.i;,i. n j;nn uajii '.iiTun nviti ..irtx mini inn ciuiuiuvri irtMi larini ui inn arionau. Ijiu.lrttli, and they should not b c'asa.Kt wlcJi the swmIs luft on commission throughout the country U to J-audmUm' Heeds and a Kxd vetfalable iturdou 1 assured. Mention this paper. A3It YOU.7 DCALB? FOIl BAIiJ, VAHfJEY & CO.'G HOUTHEItH fftrpfpiran AMI) CANADIAN ' i BM Ui t J ill , WORLD. V3L U3 II. W. CJiKMHWEf.i-, Prent. Mam. I.A.AitcM, Vict) Trent. PAiri, I'm i ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

i 5' 1 A r i . t i ,7 1 ' ' , ; t ! Vn 0 1 If) 1 S ' "I k ' r ' ' ' ' . I ' , I. f i 1 m 1,1,1 ' ' w:. fl P,rr' ""f." I" J y (j ; i. i.j 4.,.';'.l'3 I. ! Mi 1 3 : i V I 1 , 1 ' ; U u n ,11 , VI 1 1 I I " I A I I & A I I ri 'tlfllKt.l'iT Ul'. UIS JUIU.HUIU n oil t or ly xkb v.'!) era cntMol to offer . i ...... r r" rr.' " vi . . t.nbi;; tvtb 'lcr;;;i tiTiar cl tio rannifiucat infitnimcnt which w To tha AUirxco ecndm? r.n ihn nrat hr,rt r,t Hit of yearly sutncriWro w 5-1.00 eatih wo Will tend n hnn eomo inatrumcnt rcprcvKutc.it ia 'cut No. 2. end lwtftd fit $293.00. r .:";.'. l . ' EVERY-ALLIANCE'.; 8 0 J l: i. " 11 I l I v l i 1 1 ' ' t 1 ! I t Tia tba itrsfc ox uwroad prozaiam do Iosrioj t'M wcr.LZJizs onira: - . -To. cr.'.'i' .ad otxry I.:,a)ora"-or' pitiVm-i -AILVic'S'"h . ti.o Unlfei (.,') f, 1 I; 1 i ;! ' i - : ; 1 net nny "It w no t ;:: v.';tf.:.k:-.;'-.'-,V ofor!:.. Jfry.'t tty:v I. '.' y'r v K'jTO.'a ,svrr,3 a-,,r' ' ; ircrlbj rfc t f ;v;--"v p!r.- Vhy, CT?ry ri:,'wHr::j ...

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

v 1 11 33 MS. 0;. t rvKnii; t..i will h-.;:t vitr. ?. -; ) V :v ri I'akia five a to cinch :.'r Vo h'.?.r j: milted c:z uHn; . tVf.;;r iij;!t Tri Amu cat '4 J-.. ".J r.l'.:r-i.a?-.l if pr.".;:Ki hr;; tf:u;.";'.,..L,n r.id f-ri i iat!u."..VM iiokly tm;c rrsinU 01 tho gnat cbc r: v.:-. tifoxk cf Jutero, ia which in c-(A.t to jxjrtldpiio ia no urnall d ., wo havo now ft fow words to V.. ..V..M p:;:v tho dkcu"::!on of c::ncm:3 qu-viicna thit cocsti t :)V. ah cucf th dcxcn-.li of tho i,".!-:..f.:5j c!:a-.?3 rem thto the for- J. Wo cipect to trc?.t tha nomo t,:.;U:i dtU! Th'j will ccwtiiat.3 cri ) of tho iapertia ftojof the -.-.per d,irbg t.'j3 Jmo Her vising f. -oro cai'hur c?':p aittj. Yhca tho . ; , ! j c tho p..; - j aro net folia-r-d btho r-rojudzwa incident to t'-dt'.VT P'd'.'.:f.l car.pn'ga wo bo i;vo tii,pvill to Ultor qualified to ;;i ! a crjiuul sail isap.'Utinl consid- ::4brt to th?'o questions. Weflhall Vril-..vcr to present cur crgucKatrj l':x fdmco ?ad carport oar propo-zilhz...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1891

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Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 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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