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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 March 1891

i. Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL II. NO. :0. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 1, 1801. $1.00 PER YEAR. KANSAS LlHJISLATUltK. Friday, March C In the House, Ben ate bill No. 307, an act providing for the appointment of a apodal ngont of the state of Kansas to aid soldiers, sallora or marines, and the parents, widow or chili of any soldier, Bailor or marine of the late war residing in the Btate of Kan Ban, In the prosecution of any claim In any of the departments of the government of tho United States, defining his duties and fixing his coinpenflation, wan Indefinitely postponed. Tho roll wan called with the following result: Yeas If), nays 31. The following gentlemen voted in the alllrmative: Mensrs. Barnett, Bryden, Burgard, Cantor, Chubb, Cleveland, Co bun, Coulson, Dickson, Dolan, Donovan, Doulleday, Drake, Dumbauld, Duncan, Fisher, Fortney, Frooman, Ilardick, Hardy, 1 lamer, llelmich, Howard, Leedy, Lov...

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 March 1891

ADVCOATH "AM I Ml' li.'lOTIIE.Va KKIiJ Jinf nr will tu.iut, oitawa vsivunairr. F.vi r ulnc.m that tragic day ii'heia Cab ret,! ablaut Abel, men havs po-idepvd over that laconic interrogation "Am I my brother' keeper?" Whaisvrr ad vancement tende, whatever in tha mini of udonce, rdiglon or politico, hn haa flrat answered thta qui'athn: If la the airmail ve hiu efforts and Mi memory tllll live; if la tho negative 111 name tad deeds have panned into oblinon. Tho tendency of human Datura la to 'live to Itaelf alone." Man's conception of his duty to man l naturally narrow. But white ntf. ;n.l laws thus confine him, tha lawo of dv-llutioa, of prygre.is and of achievement demand of hlni a broader lJja of usefulness. And tho men who "away the future," the men who "make Mtitory," and the men whose lives are as sUn la tho great galaxy of noblo deeds are men whoso gnndent efforts have not been made for their own rnlMx ictereHts. Tha field of man's unefulnoua haa no limit, and It la only when h...

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 March 1891

TI-IIC ADVCOATin SUVESS, AM) HOW TO (JAIN IT. Al'itiu'r Ktail hVfurn the Lint MMInc of the Shan nee County Alllanor by Mrn. L. M Furlit'ck. I know that I have chooen a theme which will gain for mo your Immediate attention. That Is a succeus a.i far aa it goes, but whether my efforts an a whole Hhall Le a success depends upon my ability to hold that attention and to satia fy the want which It arrouaeo, he that want curiosity or a need long felt. I feel confident of your attention bocauao all the human family want success. Jut what id Bwccesa depends upon the spirit of the seeker. What would be highest succeus to one would be utter failure to another. If one Individual desires to win hlu follow man to a higher intellect ual life, full of spiritual power, hia course will be to throw Into hia way good road log, lead hlra Into walks In life where he shall have pure and noble associations induce him to frequent gatherings which have for their end and aim the bettor ment of mankind and rai...

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 March 1891

Tl-m ADVOOATS I ' a r r- . R. P. A. fublluheJ Erory Wed:nteliy lby tha ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. W. T. isatoW Wvo'f Treasurer.14 ' ' (TrOprtotors h. iwoui.un. r. r.ur. Kia'uI; D," Arta Editor toim of bucucmption ?ne Copy Ono Year II. CO nolvfl coi ton one yi,sr ,io.oo Clubs o( Twenty copies or over, .B0 cacti. Advertising ILafc. Dlnplay Matter, 20 cents im line, Agate weaa cr"mont (14 linos to the Inoti) Jfmlinn Nf.tlci'rt, 40 ceistn pr Hae. ddreui all cnmmurucutlauii to tho ADY'JCATZ rUBLISHIXQ CO. Topika Kcniat. TOI'JCICA, KANSAS, MARCH 13, 1801. (Entered a second claca matter La t!ia Tout OLoo at Topefca, Kannaa.) bii;cial cluii Liar. Tn j AoyccAra & National Eoonornhjl. .$1.90 " " Chicago Expmia 1.75 " " Doitcr Fre 1'rona 1.75 " ' Nonoonformiet 1.75 " Ka&floi Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toiler 1M " " Kannaa Farmer 1.75 " " Weekly Nationals.... 1.50 " " Our Own Opinion 1.50 " " National Reformer.... 1.10 Subscriptions under this offer will bo croditod to tho Alliance sending cra ...

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 March 1891

Tl-na iVDVCOATH 5 THK Jl'lNiMKNT OK A CONSUMMATE FOOL Tho House on Saturday, March 7, passed Speaker Elder's Houaa bill No. "An net declaring gold and silver coin of tho United States a legal tender for all debts within tho state, and prohibiting contracts for payment," by a voto of yens 711, nays 1.1. Tho astute, belligerent, croaking, denunciatory, excitable, frenzied, gaudy, hot-headed, ignorant Brown of Harvey, almont split open in his villainous onslaughts on tho rights of tho people, and ho mobt particularly implored tho Republicans to stand in solid phalanx against such liatistic heresy as was proclaimed by the speaker of tho House, and he bo sought tho Domocrats to bo for hon est money, and also true men of tho Alliance. But tho mountain labored and brought forth a "lectio teeny" mouse, and the baker's dozen of Re publicans who stand recorded among the nays are tho following bourbons of the lattor-day Republican school, of whom it may bo said that if they forget nothing old ...

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 March 1891

G Tim knights oy iux'iprocitv r.o- NANZA. The Wcehington corrwpondflnt of tho Chicago Tribune, under, date of tin 7th iast, seems almost tickled to ditth that "a wocrot organization formed to offset tho Fanners' Alli ance, which sprouted from tho noil of Kansas Boon alter tlw election last fall as n counter irritant to tho Farm ers' Alliance, in about to blussom forth all over tho country." Ono of tho founders of tho order is Hon. Samuel K. Fetors, of Newton, Kassa.1, thopredeccaiorof Hon. Jerry Sitnpnon, tho llcprotjontativo of tho Sovcnih district As tho lato Mr. Fetors packed up his traps, bade good-byo to his friends and boarded tho train for his homo, tho ex-Con-groHsrnan rwrmittod biinsolf to bo thus intervioxved: "Application ha been sent,'' said he, "from Wiwli'.ruton for the establishment of a lodgo of the Knights of Reciprocity hoi e. Applications have Io been received at the central olllce, id I am Informed to-day by letter of tho Hon, Jesse Taylor, of Garden City, Kan., ...

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 March 1891

nm: abvcoate. 7 A LKTTKR MOM BROTHER MACINK. To the I'liltor of Th b Advocatic. My hanty trip through Kansas hatj forcibly ImprpRsml me with tlx) fact that although you now seem to be at the head of the procession, it will bo Impomiible for you to Btiy there unlem you continue to be fully no active and discreet ns In the past. Jutit In proportion an your pren ent supremacy depends upon education, that la to Bay, a thorough conception by the rank and file of the order of the eco nomic principles involved In thia groat farmers' movement, just in that degree will It bo cany to march on to greator achievements, and to withstand both the discouraging effect of defeat and the In toxicating ellect of success. If, however, your victories depend In any decree upon agitation, success ia fully aa dangerous aa defeat, bemuse different agencies will claim the credit, and each through ita frlenda will tend to produce discord and division. Agitation, while it may secure us temporary and brilliant ...

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 March 1891

0 KAK3AS LKOISLATUKIX ( Cmkll-mcil from tret jxijre.) psirtairM, an J authority to incur JadoMed- nsns to pay all ncccwiary expenses of the department. Under the law tha police gov- ernintat is wholly indopondent of the mayor and council, except that It is uude the duty of the mayor and the council to pay upon tie requMilon of the comminftioners, out of the general revenue fund of the city, ex pennos created Ly thein. Your committee found the time at their dii!xml too ihort to examine all the wit new,os we were advined could gi re Important testimony bearing upon illegal practices in tlx application of the polico government. There are six oitie of the flrut clans in the state, lilefcropolitan polico ooramlnHloners have Leon appointed for tha police govern lacal of each, and some of the board have beea frequently changed. Mr. Denning, a member of the board of police eommlfliiloB ere of the city of Atchi son, testified that tippling shops, gambling decs, and the keepers of houses of p...

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 March 1891

T1OT iDVOOATIH 0 all time when tontimony lit boliitf takeu fcJodin ouch contracts. Thfl amendment win al0tml. Th qtniat'on thm recurrwl on the resolution an amondoil ami it wajj adopted. Mr. KwW moved that the report of the BtAto hourto Invoutiatlnf? committoo la received bv tho Houna. and that It bo kuptoutofthe journal, but that when the rejort In complete that it be roferrod to the Governor and attorney general, which motion prevailed. Of tho thlrty-flvo votm emit for the "Rice" amendment, neventeen wero cant by raemberB of the People's rarty, and are m sol low: Alexander of Anderson, Carey of Nemaha, Cantor of Decatur, Coons of Miami, Crumley of Klk, Day of Kingman, Harvey of Dickinson, Matchott of Oaborne, Maxwell of Marion, Morrluon of Labette, Pioruon of Pratt, Uowbo of Itooka, Boupene of Pottawatomie, Steel of Cloud, Stephens of Franklin, Steward of Jackson, and Vandeventer of Jewell. The other gentlemen were eighteen Republican. The sixty-three neativo voUsa were made up of...

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 March 1891

10 T2I2I3 ilDVCOA'ra. OFFICIAL DinCOTOHY. NATIONAL r,lUMICtt.V ALLIANCE AND INDJJHTHIAI, UNION. IVd ut T I- Voile, WA:ifi!rutia, I. C, V ltv j'rirr.ith'Ut. . . . . li. t Move', ( ' xM)imj,;i, k art Hwitary f. II. Turner, VVivililriictoii, I . CJ. titurer J. V, WillXi, McLouth, Kan KANSAS FAUMKllS' ALLIANCU AND 1 SDUMTJtlAL UNION. rre.Ment Fwnk Modrath. Hololt Vlce-Trcsldoiit Mrs. K.K. Vh-kcry. Kmpoitl Kftcrefary J. M Franca, Toreka. Treaiurer A. 0. Faster, UirlliiKirie lAM-iitnir ...Van It. rr&tner. (."ituntnu. AsuirtU.nt I,oeturer H. M. Heolt, Mcl'herson. CITIZENS' ALLIANCE OT KANSAS. PreuMmt I. C. Zercher, Olathe, Kan. Vice I'r"4li1'rir..lra II. jUlliu'-r. CorumMu, Kan P-o'jr.. W. F. KluhtinJro, Cottonwood Falls, Kail. inquirer w. ji. rorter, oswego, nan. Lrcturvr H. II. Hnyder, Klnrnan, Kan. xxwUiiH ( irmmut', m tiisirvi, Jonn moo tnr 1: and dlNtrlct. It. It. Fov: 3d dlitrlct. O U:U : th (llHi-rlft. 13. W. Marsd, Clialnr.an, To- Tfk&t IL a ii ftii ; (ill district, A. Ilen...

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 March 1891

TXII2 AIDVOCATIC. 11 A WAY OUT. Owing to the tnl v ad rrttNement ln Aov'h atii lias i-lvn the loan company I repre sent I am i-oiuprllcd V rrfu-m at.M lvi aridairtn r'u for ttte ir'eiit, hi we hav all the applica tions we can 11 tl for some tlnif. KeK-cifuily, JlAK W. NllHWANllllll, Ottawa, Kan. THE HETJ PEHBW3 BILL ! Holdlers ami sailors who served OOdayi or more In l.t war unable to earn a support by liAXlMl LA30 entitled to from U to $IJ per rnonih, whether disabled in scrvl- or sinew. WMown, alno,iUt.lod. SKCCIALU,ClMflS FCK lUCiffXAJE. A ddi-ess WILLIAM M. lilUKiK, late Chief Clur Bureau of Reunions, Washington, I. C. Twelve ywirs' experience In 1'eiiNlon Rureau ai Fxamlner, Hjmm-IiU F.xamlner. Ain't Chief of Dl vlaloii, Aunt Chief Clerk and Chief Cleric. j. n. orrr:3 ATTORNEY AT LAW Sedgwick Block, WICHITA, KAK3A3. Alllanco business especially solicited. Mention Tub Advocati. Farmers' Alliaacc Insurance Csnjaij of1 iriixraAO. 3Tull Information on Arplicction to Fred Jackson, S...

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 March 1891

12 T2IH3 ADVOOAT51 KD ITO 11 LL CO It ft US f ON D EN C K. Wauiimton, 1). C, March 10, WO. The dad Flfty-flrat Cim;rw, a w, no worso than many of its pro.lecaiHors; not bAl aj Horja. Tho minimum anou: cf good to the people and the maximum amount of publlo treauure expended the one unvarying rule of this national body. To thoao who watch at chort range th details of national legislation, aUiotit the entire proceedings fieom a stupon doua farce. The Innocent voting popu lice pay bo doar for the whlatlo. Pol t!ci promises bo much and performs fto little. Thin Btate of affairs in not Inevl table; It might bo othtfwhio If the mans cf voters wore better Informal and loiiu addicted to pnrty. A change Is coming. that, everybody feela, though few poopl viihin the riidiuu of the capital have any clear understanding of how it is coming or how much of u change It is going to be. The hope for better things lies not alone In the fact that the Republican party having filled its high mlaaion an bec...

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 March 1891

Tivn advooats SOMKTHIXO AI50UT WOMAN'S UKJJITH. To the. Kdltor of Tint Aivo:at: When a great river baa run la one channel for cmituries It would require, a great ileal of time awl labor to change Its couruo. So it ii with thb qu&tion of woman's right. The public oilnj has ho lonjj; boon opened to women taking part in politics or public affalrn of any kiml t tint It la slow to change. Neverthe letm it iu slowly but surely changing, and the day U not far dlutant when women will have equal rights with men. The favorite argument ngalnat women voting haa liten the fairy btory men tell us about woman being the "queen of home," whom thoy honored no highly and cherished bo tenderly that they would not hava her condencond to bother with political af fairs It is a beautiful legend, and if it were ral! y carried out might result in groat happinena to women. But what Is the reality? Where do we find theuo queens? (Jo Into the homes of the peo ple and you will find moat of them la the kitche...

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 March 1891

14 TX-IHJ ADVOOATH !5.'it l"f!aA rhoithrriJ, T'".'rr,:!.!.fr, Teiw la.tnnli'p, fypv.wrttl!!, and til titor lnuiai bnncla-M !lroifrhly taurUt. Ora!;m'H satire food poiifUoua. t3Ui),4lxaHaiii.La(. Hmid lorfirouUtrn, TJIIR EilsBAS KC2IB!, C011SS2, FOIVT 8COTT, KANSAS, Is thn ichool for the mMwee, BUidonta cmi f ntar at my time and Hud ckuises to Butt thorn. Toul etra'ji'K for board, room and tul'loa are only to t 4 prr terra of 14 weok. Claanes ara ar ranged to au't ail who come. Many ywimrr men and women who haveatinnded m.tuwl but a afiort toe flDtT every your. II you cannot attmd but a short tnnn, enter tne St. a. U. Corno and fwii1 ten wKk with ijji thla year. Hundred;! wlU do . WrlfaforclrcDilnriaudrttUIi'rH lafwmv Uun freely given. IK IE. HANl)i:i-4, Preuldont. Is a thorough and practical Institution. Com mercial Shorthand and I niegrapn iMiartmenia. Modern burliness like methods. Experienced In structors. Uncqualed facilities. Board 11. GO rwr wjok. All exjMiwe low. rltudeut ent...

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 March 1891

TIHU ADVCOAT 16 H. PATTERSON & CO., WHOLESALE BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. Tunas-" Not Cuh. 30 Days." 418421 St., Ksattas City. Mo. WHOLESALE HIM IK THORNT 241 North Water Street, BARNES, Philadelphia, Penn. GRO&ENEB D 1 S10LE0M.E E8 .. . ..... in . iin.,.1 . ..i. (!.a,i..ii II,lii. In Iha ooimtru trt inm mil fuiMIV HAI.K l'KIm All tun Rood we handle w purchase direct from tho loading Importers and Man ufaaurers In largo amouuta. We carry a Large and Complete Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Sugars, Syrups, yoiassos, icas, uouecs, apices, ac. W would t rilcunwl to rf reive A trial 0RDicit,an4 compare the quality of our Groceries with whnr i.n t.uvK iuun iiNinir V iMiaraiitafl to nloasa you. aud you will obUU weight, in ueaunjf wun our jioiiuo you aia Fure (loods and full Buy Direct at Wholesale Prico3 and Eavo tho Middleman's lixorDitant jltouis. We ohtnln Throtmh FreMit Hates, which yon will find. v7 reasonable, and that you ean BUY C.ttOCKlilUH TO ADVANi'aUK IN rilll.ADF....

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 March 1891

10 TH7J3 ADVOOATII y mil TltCMIIUML WltKATC & ALI I N 6lCKJ CO., (tract, Field, Cardan tnd Tree Seadt, Onion S(s, Etc. Horn! for Catalogue, Mailed FriM. H'.KH Ht. louli Ave., Hannah City, Mo. 9 1 SEEDS CMFsivforu: & fa it n Kit, Crass, F In! J an J Gardfn Ctodi. Can 36il and Onion 8nU, .Souft -Ift St., S7 Jtmriih, Mo. Correspondence Solicited. SEEDS TOPEKA SEED HOUSE. irOTAniLiiaillGD IIT 1070. Frmh )rlflii Hmln. Frenli Flower rViil and Flowering Bulbs anil I'lantA. Ormm Hi.l 'lovr, Timothy, Millet. Cane Heed, Buckwheat, Heed Corn, Hwul Out ami all kinds of larclii Toiu. Hiuni lor our rcuui price iiut oi gnrueii seeus. uur seous aru an leswn uunng me winter Call at or address, TOPEKA 8S:iI) IIOUHIJ, H. If. POWNM, Prop., Vhitm mention Tub Advocatk, :M Kansas Avenue, Topoka, Kansas H. W. Ckkhswkm, Brest. HAM. I AAIUIH, Vi' I'rOIlt, I'aih. I'm i.Li I'l. Treas. J. W. T. (iitAY, Hecy. KANHA8 CITY. ELI TITUS, Ccn'l Manager. EDWIN SNYDER, Kant. Allbnco Agent AMERICAN ornnrr nnnn r,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1891

f eM&- ? II -fP" '; '!) yk-7) y ) i ) -it I ' Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL II. NO. 31. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1891. $1.00 PEE YEAR NIK EARLY IILSTOUY OF TIIX FASMEH3' , ALLIANCE. KaiiHiia Still in tho Lrud-Tho Order Organ ized In Thin State -Tho Hebel Brigadier Kcare Exploded. II V O. CAMI'llIM, This circular was sent to the poBtmaa ters throughout the United States, two ia each county, with a roqucot that he hand it to an intelligent farmer or la borer. The uentimant waa generally en dowed, and I organized the "Farmers' ami Laborers' Union of North America," which rapidly spread throughout the country in twenty-six states. The Fann ers' Union was organized in the country, and the Laborers' Union in the city, and they were each co-operative end were quite similar to what is now the Farm ers' Alliance and Industrial Union. I will enclose the platform and cccotltu tution, both of which I 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. — 25 March 1891

tt.l T2323 -OX)VOOA.Tia - orgtaizatloa fivr;:tJ co-operation, no fir im i r.u l'iU j, with r.uch protection to tivB labor of tho country as will full re ward It for what It princes, that It may by tconcny and !ndiu.ry buttoj.'.! itaalf vitb. the corr-.fortu of lift), lncl;u,'jg a pie-mat homo and a competency for old B0. A bureau of general Information ii ciitahlkliod for this departs t.t, a eyfiUin cf ropcrt.i i cent from every towciiMp and ward In the United Statr i to the ca tlcnal organization, giving the amount of manufactured products, together with demand and capacity to produce the buki, with, surplus or l;.2dtocy of ar ticles on hand, aa the cano may bo. Thin Information will enable the organization to lop art BUCU Information as will limit the production to a daniand baols and do away with business depressions; and all unemployed laborers should be aoulated to wake homes upon the publlo domain. Hild renort shall state the amount of all agricultural products, Including stoc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1891

tees advccatz I.VTKLLlfJKXCE OF KANSAS RErunLICANtf Goorge Alfred Townaend, who algna himikdf "(i.th" In the Cincinnati En quirer, writes a letfor from Topeka, on the last day of winter, in which he re porta political Intelligence from uoine of the diatinguiahe'l republican Btatonraen He thus given the uttronoa of Mr. Oeorge K. lVclt, tinylng, Ife Id known to every two and four-footod burnt In Kan Biua:" The Sonato in Republican and will not let any dangerous lobulation pass; the Govern or id an old soldier and enmc, and he will veto anything of the dynamite port, I feel sure. Only three or four billH hare got through, and the first wouk in March sends thin Legislature home. So you may any to all well wishers of Kantian that in 1H0L! the Alliance will roach high-water mark and never ngain have an much prominence after that. The towns are consolidating against the Alliance The Congregatonal churches have leaned to the storm and are full of Bollamy societies, but the Methodist church ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1891

TZZn ADVCOAT3 M. R. P. A. rulliJhi Every WelaosGsty by th$ ADVOCATE PUCLI8HIKS CO. W.7TcLAl.Lijr,rri.'!.Jnnt, ) J, 1. Lmr,nujiiri:ii, I'.us. Manner, . . N. T. .uoww, fw't Treasurer, ) ropruvjri a Ilcl.Ai.Lin. JWltor. j. j. liana aud, fAasocU Enters. T2U3 Oif BUUCCIiirTlQN On Copy One Year tl.M Twelve i')l!8 OUO JUSX t:0.CO tluia cl Twenty copies or over, fl'O cacti, Atextlj!jri IL&trs. L'l tjlay Matter, 20 cents p.r lino, Agile mtaa trr wt (14 Unas to tlie 3nr.ii) jiitsMicjj Notices, 4D coats per lino. Adlretis all communication! ti the ADYCCAIE fUCUSilEXil C3. Topaxa Kanrxi. TOXICA, KANSAS, MARCH 25, 1S91. (KnisreJ on second clajsa waiter la tho Pcesl 02oo e.i Topeia, KaczM.) bi'iccial CLUii war. Tea iDTOCAta & Chicago Exprcr-a 1.75 " " Doxtor Frea Vrm 1.73 14 ' Nonoonforratet 1.75 " SaAAaa Commoner.... L75 " " Toller 185 " " Kimrb Farmar 1.75 " 11 WttoUy Ntioaaliijt....l.&0 " " Our Own Ojpinion 1.50 " National Reformer.... 1.10 Subscriptions under this offer will be cr...

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