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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

Ex-Reprenoni.tivo Farquh.tr, cf New York, tt authority for t'ie b'utacvi&t Cat tlili country pays out to forta ship for froiMAo an amount quaJ to nearly H wonr.e for the tiri JL If tiia etatemcat s pproachwi any where nor th trcth. how doubly farcical bocoiueii the nllyfcj cry protection. The following table prepared by the tresrjury department is the bails of Mr, Fartiubar'u claim: YSUU. 1H70 1R7I tm. lir3 mi. ma. iwu. 1ST? tm 1H73. WO l:Wl l:uvj lava. Wi I KM iwrt. 1HJ(7 118. laau. Total. Revenue from tartit. HH.07I.IIH4 1.I0.170.1MO WWII m 110.7:10 2l4,7tW,'lrJH' rx,w.7,iM 1HI 471,nt-5 219,WI,IV' x::.h.w,7i 3.951,111,157' 1I,1'W,13H ForU"n llilp fit. ;!:t cluurgita. t Kl.311.n00 r.d.iiri.wio 1W,1.W,IW) Hirn, lia,r.,7o irift.rwio.mM i:r.s,aw,MW 1;I7.V,(,:M iH-i.lU.IKH) 1l,7W.MX) IH'.IJNJM.IO 170.3Hii,2ilO 11C2.KIV3.IM0 lfi2.0M.nilO 177.nt,i 4 1K3,W,1".0 3,317,170,140 157,I)iiO,4i3 IW-ia.tt'.W Averao A v. tm y-tr p.it. Ar. two year punt. "This comparative Btntomcnt of freight c...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

10 crncm C3:.:oTc;;y. ZMTIOirAL rAllMfcV ALU AKC3 AKU INDDJTKIAL TJtflMf. rr'.r'.rrtit I. I. Vulk. WaaMmnon. I. 0, , Vl. fvlTf utJMit.... 15. II.ClKVor ('juininLf rn,, linn. I v.tiiry J. II. Tirrtr, ViiUnftf.nu, l. U. Lerturcr J. V. Wliltti, ticljouta, JKxa, 21 AT'. I AH VAZIMZM ALMAMCE! ANU I.IDlVriUAL UNION. rro-Vnt FranK Mcflrat.!. teMt Vlr a-iVoalilent Mri, K.U. VVkery. Ii'nporla. f r.Tury J. It yrtnc'i.Tomiti. A.. O, Faster, liurtlm'une Lerttirer Van II. niUit.r, LWl jmbua. JUiAiliiit lAKUirtr H. M Heott, Md'narioa CITSSXTtS ALLIANCJ3 OT KAN3AJ. W-,..'rri.t I), ft. Zorctior. Otahe. Km lci l'T:itift'nt..Irft I). KrltoKT. Coliinibua, It. -ml ft "o'y..W. V. KWsUriIre, Cottonwood r"a:U, Kan. Tmirturer V. II. ivrur, Oawrvo, Had. Lrurer R. II. Hnyder. Klnririaa, Kin. iVwtdfi CVmumfetV. 1st dlutrVt, John fctod "'!; 2nd dtiitrlct, K. II. Foyj I dklrtf-t, O. L:.J;t fuJ'.Btr!rt, (7. W. Miirali, (Mlrruan, To- iJUrfct, V. M. Taylor; ICl tfMilct, JJxi, JL IL OFFICIAL. WAsnitfOTow. D. 0 , Ja...

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

11 THXY WILL COU;C& To the Editor or Tni Advocatb. What 6ro yoa People's party racn kicking about? Doa't you know thtt tho whol theory and practice of tha United States and of cthor gove ramenta 1.1 LiHod on th old Uoman principle that "miht makon right," and that ft man has a riht to take all he can got, and th buoineuo of the government ia to pro tect him In Ma powH'HuioriB? If you are not smart enough to become millionaires whoso fault h it but your own? Don't you know that from remote ages the nmHHiia have beon the vanimldi of the few men who had th brains to secure power and wealth? Aa long as Jay CiouM tt al. have greater brain power than the populace, Jay Gould et al. will rule. Don't you know that thli country U rapidly gaining, If not already there, the point where government by a plu tocraoy commences? Don't you know that the plutocrats will always have enough of faithful vassala to do their bidding and bo secure themaolvea in power? Just now Democrat and Uepub llcan a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

12 M) rr l I s i n a 1 a o v a n c :i z o n c s ? i i n f. 7 t z . write ron oun yicjlkly fisy 'dnts. ST. LOUIS, V30- V w HAVE YOUJt DANKCR INVESTIGATE OUA STANDING. Ivama mrntioti Tmm AnvooATi 1 LOOKING HACKWAUD. It wai In the twentieth year of the reign of ArtaxerxoH, ktag of Babylon, that Nebemi&h, 1 Jew, a mn of God, ob tained loavo to return to Jerusitaia and rebuild the walla of tbe city, ending hie govcrnornhlp about 4X B. C. The following incident took phca Ira mediately after tbe walls were rebuilt, Bud la partly related In tbe Cth chapter at the book of Nehmlah. We are hap py I) my that ufter much work end dill gat reaoarch, we are able to lupply the deficiencies of the aaciont record aa fol lows: "There was a great cry of tbe people and of their wlvea ogainst their brethren, the Jews." Thin cry greatly alarmed tie ooblftj, the rulers and the money Icanera, who declared thntthla cry wca Instigated by communism, cad if persisted la would drive capital out of Jerusalem. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

Cl for I'Utikt CovuUm. Wxlusoto, Km., I'mh 31, 1931. To the rrtiitltli (tfth Fmm' AlUuu an hulutUitU Union of Vtt Scwtdh CViigrrcinuiJ Diiirkt; la accord ini'a Uh a rt.pctt of our atata prcif.J jnt, Frafik Mclrrth, clsJm laj Wa wiuent Li In accord with a call made by President Polk on IVbruary 10, 1801, to t&lte the preliminary 8tcl to brtog about a delegate convention aa aoon tn practical of all tho district AM ancoa, I hereby announce Wednesday at 8 a. in., tho Cth of May, 1W1, the day and hour for the rat'totlDg of said contention for tblti, the Seventh diutrict, and la the city of (Irest Jlnnd. County prouldenta will Ho that nieetlofi are promptly called, If they havo not been, and dole- pdea duly ekctod. The intersuta at stake and objectj of the call urgently de mand oonalderatlon, and are cocaSdered of great Interest to the Alliance tt large and the welfare of the country. The call ia made ta per the old dkitrictbj. Delegates should cocae prepared for a two days' aeosion. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

11 n mac u & co P'-r '-r ',! c? p 7 t- f I fVH iiiu ( t J 0..,, :'LJ I. UJiiikJ OLT iXTllOi.ir.iJi A1JJ4.N03 A-CCNT. PJii.'S'l itr-'r! fursi'i fiiij re. Cwmrfriv rid v.' ii ait J I. ix. r&l aa vances cui.. . i ,D. J05!N:WN, l'TCxldeut. O. L. rtm? AN. VkeJrrc.dcit, COMMISSION CO. Roods 823 STi charge BM. Va?! ftf j TTji PIcaso mention Th AovocATa. r. j kmc is. JOKItf JT. JNtXKE. R JELKE& SON, cgmmissio;: iiehciihits and dealers In Croon Corn, Croojn UnJltet, Twlmot, Wlro, Droop Tcb end Crcarai L'tsMrwry. 4? Vilwt Sirezt, - wmm, 0, oonunuiroNDEJfca bolicitkd. Keffrence National LaFtystte tak, CtaoU null. Mention till ptper. k" i J! :1 tV. f.i DO A0 IIAE.ni.'raTOM. BolJ on t&Aj pysncti or for Cash ot Lowao Prices. Every instrument warrantsd. Wrlti for caialcrje. HARWOOD B raJwctLD. ""JSloouw GUITARS Violins, Tmlon, Aeaontlonn, eto. BAViS 40 to I J.W. JENKINS & SON, 0 1 5 Mild Siruot, KAJ.I3A3 CITY, - - HO. Mention Anvrxural V -, f I 1 0.. IV"1"' i r V SYSTEM. Connec...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

1m H. PATTERSON & CO,. WHOLESALE BOOTS, SHOES AND BOBBERS. Term-" NVt tell, 30 Ia j s." 41 MC. ' P' Cy. MM! WHOLESALE MM USE. THORNTON BARNES, U Horth 7ntcr Street, Philadelphia, Pcnn. Our Ilmmn wai on of the Flint Whfwto rowy lUvnr In the country to tom out hri'thr uur noun ":,,.,. . a t.i a ni-r at tiik irivvicxr wimi.ti S A iTriSSS All ffi S Biadi wo purchase direct twm the luullng Importers wd Man utolureni In lurK amount. We carry a Largo and Complete Slock of Fancy and Slaplo Groceries, Sugars, Syrups, Molasses, Teas, Coffees, Spices, &c. w wimiIJ be t)Ii'A8l to rwrJve A Tltut ohicx,mj4 compare the u:tty of our Orocerlei with wtyorhivn K We guarantee to ptuRo you, and you will oltalu lro Owusaad Full Weight Ia Am tim wKh our IJlouge you Buy Diroct at Yholeralo Pricca and Eavo tho Hlddlornan'o Exorbitant Profits. W nhUAn Throinrh Frefitht !UrL whlrh yon will find very rrfwcwable, mid tliat yon t ta BUY CTHM -Hi flFH ?TO AUVAn AuK IN HULADKH'HIA. Ve fill ml onlm rrcdved ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1891

PI "' Gri, f!u'd, CsirJjfl sir.tl Tre Sj.!, C-a!oH -Jiil, tb. 1 j r.) Lit. Itiui.i Ay., Kam a City, 1.0. r" '-.i r cm o rc k a r a ruins, Can trt ni 0. 1 l-i 1,1 , frl i J '' 4 tta 8ind tih t'X, Kt. Jn'riti, Hh. tW J Ctrrrr.j)nrIinco MlK',it'I. I1.-iUiUJir(l 1.170. MaattfttturJirs of Cora IUal, , Kf if Li iiiii an.v I'l'iijciwsATKU ClAllUi: BUJCWJ. Vi puniuu Ue an5s ttfc from Uie T,., Z ti .mmw ... ... . ..... !......... !. th i Lift n rornra HHlOtll urouimoul the COUOUT. Uae Uculreths' rkioda and a good ir,t.iblo it urOloa 1 aaaurod. MonUoa thin pai.er. 1 1 J & U I 3 if J ill- 1 1 . ; l,y. N.i. ?W 'ill MxU Avui liti, 1otn;k AC3C ycu.1 dszaler rosi n r l Iff ft r,nl,,'.f ""A LiiAIU. UiAUi'JCM Cfc LrlWa O HOItTJIEItn rnrppr;7 world" mm& mm u AMI) CANADIAN LI W WOO D- S H O RTH ORNS V7. A. HARRIS, Proprietor. laXXrWCOD, Iueavonwortli Co., ICA1IIXA.O. BitlmtiuwMi, fltmlt, early maturity and ol qnAlltr t!:e objoctl Miicht p tnt axbiUn herd of H.uifh Khort Komi, conduit of t'V" p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

SI Ah I i i , Devoted to the Interests if the Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. III. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL IB, 11501. $1.00 PER YEAR. WK EARLY HISTORY OY TIIIC FARMERS' ALLIANCE. KiutHiu Still In thw Lend-Tho Order Organ i.ed In Thin Btute-Tlio Rebel Brigadier Mciirn Exploded. ' 11 V O. CAMI'HEM Tho Cincinnati conference oonvenod on the 22d of Februajy, 1887, and at once proceeded to organize. Tho following; organizations were represented: Knlghta of Labor, Farmers' and Laborers' Co-op erative Union, trades unions of Cincin nati, Farmers' Alliance of the northwest, Grange, Agricultural Wheel, etc. A plan of organization was agreed upon for open political action and the following plat form was adopted by the consolidated orders for the campaign of 1887: ritEAMKLK, The delegates of varloun Industrial and reform political organizations have as sembled from thirty-one states and terri tory on thin anniversary of the birth of "...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

HTlMWa MIOWINO WHICH WAY TH3 V1XD BLOW!. Th 9 Mimohtiftctts legislative commit ter t) Investigate tho condition cf the laborers under tho "sweating system," . r ; it a terrlb'e stati of alTa-ia with theao miuerible people. Think of a dozen men f&t women crowded Into a room only u ui&ny feet tquare, ap proached by narrow, dark, halld, ehut out froui Uod'a sunlight, illy ventilated, ejuallil and dirty, making clotting at starvation prices for 1'outon merchants; and then hear then Bam merchant! cUraorlnrf for more protection against European and pauper labor, white they are gathering la their mllllona by thla tamo "sweating tybtvm." Then think of theme educated, refined, patriotic, philan thropic and chrbitlaa BoBtonlaios, draped la Jlk and Batin, seated in tholr cufih ionod scats In rented pews, prayer book In Land, and with saintly wein receiving tho broad of Ufa from a high salaried minister deacantiug on the beauties and glories of the chriutlan religion, the author of whic...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

TI.XI3 ADVCOAIIU THE flXNElTN OK EDUCATION AND CO ONCItATIOX. To the Editor of Hi c Advocate: The present revolution of a financial system aa engineered by the people id something now In the hldtory of civlli.a tion. It has been said that hlutory re peats itaelf, but the present relorm la contrary to all governmental rules. "It lu only by education, organization and co operation that tho laboring clacis will ro celvo their jut deserts." The reople are receiving an education through a party literature which lu unrivaled in the hia tory of the world. "Had artisans, me chanlca anil laborers of the ancient Ori ent been united on one principle and re celved a proper education, the chains of slavery would have fallen from their manacled llmla and stlflened Joints. Tho whole slave race would have come to the reucue and their shackles would have been thrown to the wind. "Kiiual righta for all and special privileges to none" were measures never thought of. Through the present reform literatu...

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

TCXC ATJVOCATia y' '"' iNimiiiiiHinriJtai't 'ilUi N. R. P. A. Tublluhol Kvery Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. j. r. I,MitJvuuNic;t. j;m. MLina; . T. ituovrw, hM!'jr lamurer. Sola ropiletors fr'fp, j! U?lfTu!r, 1IKm' Ablate Editors. TIUt3 Olf EUIWClillTION On Coj7 One Year ft .00 TwMve or,lon one yeAr , $10.00 turjs ci 1 woiity copies or over .uo each. Adrcrtluijn Ilatfis. Dinsday Matter, 20 cents per line, Agate mea Bmnunt (M hues to tfin Inch) j;-,wUn Notices, 4( emits per lino. Adlrcuij all communications to tlio AS VC CATS Pl'SLISMINa CO. Topka Ksnsss. TOriSlCA, KANSAS, APRIL 15, 1891. (Eater d as sooond claim matter In the Poet bphgial cluh Liar. Tea Advocatb 3c Chicago Express 1.75 " " Dexter Free Ttvs 1.75 " Nonconforming 1.73 " Kanflo Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toller 1.85 " " Kannae Farmer ..1.73 " " Weekly Nationally. ...1.50 " " Our Own Opinion 1.50 " " National Reformer.... 1.10 Subucriptions under this offer will bo croditod to the Alliance sending then in. TO EDITOR...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

TII5C MOVEMKNTS OF OUR Fit I KM), THE K.NK11Y. The following lcttor, missive alias, ft convoy of bewoching warning word;, hrivo emanated from tho ntw headquarters of tho ntnttt central com mittee of tho Republican party of Kannuu, nrul it in went out early fio an to (itiruulato tho remnant of tho He publicans to superhuman exertions: IISAIxjlAlll Kltrt HKI'Ultl.ll'AN HTATK (.'KNTIlAI. COM M I TI ltH, (k) Kansas Avenue. Kooins M, i anl r, up Stairs. Toi KKA, Kans;w, March 31, 1H!)1. Dka it Hut: TliH committee, appoints! at trie hint Koputtllfan stato convention, held In Hen lumber, IH'.ki, fully realizes the great repontilbil Ity resting upon lti aliouMrs, ami, responding to tho wishes of the leading Republicans of Kaunas who appreciate the political situation, have es tahllshed permanent headquarters In llilrt flty, at the address Riven above. The necessity of organization no one can dis pute. The enemies of Kansas have combined agalnnt the Republican party, the natural and only gua...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

071113 AjD"VCCATH VAX HtB-TilEASUflY MI.L 50. V. It i;i objcctod to tho nnb-trc&jary pL.n thnt its privihvgwi und benefits vill net to available to all who are in urgent nood of relic?, and that it i,i therefore in conflict with tho spirit of on a of our fundamental principle "equal rights to all end npecial favors to nonfl." In an.iwer to this objection wo in vito attention to the following obnor vaiions: Firtit No single net can wll bo framed to apply alike to all claamos cf people Different occupations imply different conditions, whoso nocessi tics ranut bo met by widely dir;aiinilar provisions. It ia therefore no objec ticn to thin measure that it id not broad enough to meet tho necc-iaities of tho cntiro people unions it can be shown that tho benefits it will bestow upon one clam will bo provided at the cipenno and to the injury of others. To illustrator Alias no just reason to complain of a privilego that may bo borrowed npon 13 unless tho inter cuts of A in some way Buffe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

4 WIUT OS" 8KNTAT01t FLU 118 7 TLo opinion held by a majority of tho poopl of Kansa respecting the character and public uorvici's of our proRont senior Senator, haw boon far superior to that ronpectinf; tho tftoa tor recently rutins. Senator Plumb tan boon regarded as a man ranch noaror tho pooplo than Senator In galls. Ho has been rnoro consistent ia his course nnd has had more re gard for tho interests of his conflitu entH. He ha four years of hia pres ent terra yet to serve. Ho has ample timo in which to champion such measures as the pooplo demand, and in rendering his constituents tho he roic Borvico for which ho ii unques tionably qnaliliod, ho may attain a position that will insuro hia return for another term. He cannot secure this result, howover, if ho continues to closo his eyes to tho significance of tho revolution that is sweeping ovor tho country. Ho has yet too many of tho titoreotyped ideas of tho old politicians of tho cant. Ho does not fully comprehend tho meaning of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

Turn axwooawxz. Ir.r.rd of ft;;ricnltcr?, ho If.Jflbcr8.Ul7 j?:;iyn Ihtt "the Houno of Repro r..";k.,,r.liv,,j:i i;i wholly responsible for t!:-3 f isluro to cat down tho fcoi And mJarie.i of tho county ofiteurs of tho dab," and tho following ho puis forth Lfi trua legislative hiatory: "The 1 '.nato bill extending the t!mo to eighteen i;iout.ls in which property could lie foreclosed undi'r raoi t ;;:t.K'J iale was inn.lt) a foot ball in tho homo. That body did not want extension. It demanded repudiation, and aj It could not got that It would take nothing " And to cap the climax, ho clones as follows: "Hud tho Iloimo of Representatives passed the Mils reported by the Senate revlnlon committee, which wero pawed by the Senate, It would have navel to tha people of Kansas In the wny of taxes, te as and exi 'r.iHn, a million dollars annually And the fact that they did not pas them, and did not evca connMr tluira, cannot now be cov ered up by any able bodied lying of any body. It alwtys pn...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

Tins iUDVCOiiT: NOTH. Moro than 11,(MH3 mcmlrs havo bonn addod to tho order in Minnwiota nmco tho Novimibcr oloction. Tho Allianco in wainin-of eoarao it Li WW.tarn AUumco No. 1S12 haa adoptod ronolatioti8 heartily findoni ing tho plan of Hon. John Davis for tho erection of public baildingn in all parta of the country. A corrwipondont from Hammond, Kan., oxpror-iHOH gratification thai wo are to give eomo attention to tho Bub trauwy bill, and ntatcH that it is to bo dinciifitwd in tho Bub-Allianco at that placo. Wo havo received aarraranccs from many localities that this meaii nre ia to receive general attention. A correspondent from Curlyle, Kan., sends words of encouragement reflecting tho progrciia of tho Alli ance and the awakening and educa tion of tho peoplo in that part of the state. It is epidemic, brother, it is in th3 air. Not only Kansas bat every fitato and torritory ia tho union ii railing to the St Louis declaration of principles. We have frequent applications for copio...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

10 7A?.:iI?GT0M EDITORIAL COHRLM'OND KA'CK. AH other current evonta mam Hn and bi.Vii!iloi.nt coinpireil with tho trnic f.ruytfle going on arnon& thy wretched nin'jri of IVncBylvanla. How more than (trance It 6Porr;ii that men who aro a truatrd with the management of the faua lscca b IT ulra of the nation tthoulj pr-rulit-entlj Ignore tho whole lubor problem. How can our public man live on yo cure kualy when they lire living on the treat of Emoukleilnjj volcano? Thuy mtf drink tad male merry with their funeral ex cureions, tholr tripB to doterrolno where to locate national parks. They go out to innpoct Iho working of some new big gun cr the trial trip of a navy boat The Prwjldent goen serenely on with arrange ment for hia grand political swlrjg round the circle. Thet papers di;una thd small dotal I a of the reciprocity scheme. The diplomats dluciiB the Italian muddlo. They exerclae tholr itateaman-llko brains as to how best to protect tha little seals In the Uehrlng sea. They pe...

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

THIS A33VOOATia it UDnALA0VANCC3 0M 8HIPMIMTO. I fC: RIA vhitc ron oun weekly reports. O I UvUlO, jIJ HAVE YCUft DAM KER INVCSTIQA OU STANDiria. ritM niMf.5on T AnvrxiATS. j - jy y Wfc.Vr.n RwtrtriAnl. TIrntt'Jit'AI1?. PCS Iruunhlp, f ypoifilUnur. and A whr buti-nr brane.iu'.e thorourWy Wyt. OTVltna aoure pMUiKMlUou. ItQAJtJ, 11.60 P1A WILL. k'utl lor circulars. . TIIJB KAI33AS II02II1L COLLIE, TOKT RCOTT, KANSAS, ll the aohool for the masnes. Btudonta tan entnr at any time and ctaMs to mil thesn. Total eipeuwa for board, room and tulMun are only I i to fa per tetm of 10 wwkn. CUssea are ar-rart-wfto milt All who come. Many young men nnd women who have attended Drhool btit a short Urtjfl enter every year. I f jf on cannot Mtcnd but short time, enter the X. N. 0. Come and iw.id leavers with us ttil yr.r. Hundreds wM do bo. Write for rtnjubrs and eat-Mom. Infonnv Uon freely given. D. K. HANDEiUS, President. Il a tforourzh and practical Instltiitlon. T-om-. merclal Hhorthami and leieKr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

-VDVCOA'ITX W. FMGFTMIRB Will tfve special attention to trial of caws In the United Mates Courts, In the Buprcnie Court of the State of Kansas, and whea larga lutereuts are involved will take charge of causes la the various Ulatrlct Courts of the stute. Having made a specialty of Inmirance law for the pant throe years, parties having cases against Insurance coinponlej will do well to call upon or correspond with htm, Addresi, w. b maiiTMirtm, Mention AmorATK Topokxi, Kanaaa. .3 rn LftHt year we ianued a circular that opened up the subject as it hAd never boon before. For years the manufacturers hud been usinj a cheapor fibre, mixing it with Manilla and Sinai, appropriating the difference in price to thomHolvea. The renult of "Nomnjr Around" was we learned thin, demanded the difference, and at once fihared it with our patronn in the quotations of "alleged" Manilla and Hiiial in our celebrated circular letter of May lL'th, 1H!K). This year there is a quarrel among the manufacture, and...

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