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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

A2DVOOATICL THK XAILLY HioTUaY CI TII!C YAK'AVM AUIAXCI. ( Continued from trnt pi.) our country, that haa nearly dontroyed the liberties of our poodle, covering our land with mortgaged and and .laolKjt burden of debt upon our peoplo, that cm never be paid, without a radical change lq our Byotom of finance. The Alliance movement vvoDoaan to make theee chADofl; and make it potinlble for men to bo honest and self reflpectlnjf, and with thla object In view, the people are arousinff aa never before In the hiotory of the nation. Thoy riae miperior to all parties, and lathe lnte rente of the maaucs etrlke down a Hampton In the south, and an Ingalla In the north, and declare to the world, that actional prejudices shall cease, and that we shall have under God a united country, where Ihsucb of vital intereot uhall divide the people, la- Btead of mere geographical lines. This in brief Id the mldoion of the Alliance aa we understand it, and Ita blows will fall na heavy on the party leaders of t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

rPJ.I23 JDVCOATll ,. R. K HIQGQ & CO., Btdrcrsaad Sfeicrs cf Grnia Only authoiuzko AixiAvca Amm-a. 52 Ku'fcanja Bul'tl!nj, Kaittii City, Ko. Market reports furnJidiorl fre. Ccmuyon deuce promptly attended to. (orun.ii.iut lklUMl ami liberal advances mawa JuD.JOUNHON, President, (1. L.PtINfCMAN. Vice Provident. COMMISSION CO. MM, LULL FE3JUCTS, ETC. 3tior. B'.'H Eacliftnire LUg. Vn-nfn Pi '7 Hi Telephone ..J. MilJttJ Ulji LJi ITiiiuiB mention Tim Advocatb. 1 nri? oTr7 rwrc "V ill fctJBUua UUIQy )UisHt Vcrk at Lowest y Prlcos. Wrlto for Sample Chota. A.C1. KELL0C3 EEUSPilPEsl CO., Chlcuiio or Kunaata City. r ST. LOUIS ENGRAVING CO., 320 Olive Streot, St. Louis, Mo. MANUKACTUKKllU or Bate Seifs h fi:s for fmm' kllhm ,- ' 4 :h Al S Plain, with tot tering, fl.75. With Sheaf of wheat or plow, turn Moneymust ac company all or dera fur acala. We do not pre pay tie express charges on seals. C0I1I Plna, tl each. Rollfld Gold Pint, 75c each. Bund for i)i ley Hat of budget. Montloo Advocatb...

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

3 15 THE fin Mice SMii to. KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. The Hoard of Director of the Eichange sand greeting to all the Alliance people la the nUto, wishing thorn a happy and proeporoua now year. Wo congratulate our patrons on the fact that the volume of our buHinwwi up to the first of thla year amounted to more than One Mlhlon Dollara. Oa our live Btock bu'ilneBO our members who shlppod through our agency received a dlvMond amount ing to CO per cent, of the commiijulon paid. Our buaioeoa during this year will bo rreatly enlarged and extended to all alliance people on the co-operative plan, uafollow8: The Hoard of Directors will undertake to do this, and do buolnefla with all Alllanco members, with a diatinct understanding that the per cent accuruu latlng on the busineaa will go to the stockholders and pur ch&Hera in the ratio of 40 cents to stockholders and CO centa to purchaaora on each net dollar of earning, thereby giv ing the stockholders a benefit as such, and aluo a rebate m a pur...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1891

10 rrr: J v1. Li L.i Tmsiriuix, titk an a alixn Crtst, n-.li, Canton mi Tret tott$, Cnton Sets, Cte. I 'Y 1 v 1 'l ' f.,r CfttUKU. M.UIed Free. I f J U - M J ' J F..';J Mitt-lta f.-t. LouH Ave., Kansa tirv, Mo. 1 w HOT S. GEEEHEBAUM & CO., ?.!ftfl.! . I J 0 oosstsTic puluo wool a specialty. li jtjfjfl No. tt'i Mitln Nlr't, CINCINNATI, OHIO. '7 mmi 20 Houth Main Btinot, E. C. KRUSE & CO., COMMISSION MEUCIIANTS For the sale of Wool, Hides, Pelts, Tallow, Furs, Etc. HT. I.OUIH, MO lltjmncff- Frank an Hank. LINWOOD SHORTHORNS W. A. HARRIS, Fropriotor. LimvOOD, Leavenworth Co., ICAlTCXa. En but mice, Vh, early tumturlty and ffood rWdlng qnllty the objects sought. The larg- rn xifiiirfu iitpi i neon n rtnon norm, roiiKisuiig or crtuuinunrt r tctoruin, Mjivtrntwrii, VviUM, Hecri tn. Urnwtih Ihula, HinulUtr (lohlsn Iririm, rUi. Imp. Craven Knight (&7UI) at head of herd, I ,:rUnm)(hl Is on Kansas Division Union J'aolla It. It. Farm John nation. InniKJCtlon In vited. Catalogue on ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

1.4 ' r r 1 i "I . 1 me- j ! I i" ,' if f -". X) M ( J WjJIU , .1 ill 77 . Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other dred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 35. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1891. 81.00 PER YEAR, WASHINGTON KDIT02IAL COHUlC'JrON DOCK. The patent centennial la the event of absorbing Interest In Washington thla week. Probably ft more useful Bet of mon never convened in the capital city than those In attendance upon thla con vention. The addresses are of great Intercut only wlah thero wero space In Tna Ad vocate to give an abstract of each. Aenlutant Secretary WilUta, of the do pnrtraont of agriculture, made a state ment which it seems to mo might be profitably discussed by the farmers of Kansas. He said: "It Is often com plained that no one haa invented an eco nomical Bteam plow; that la true, and I am glad of it. I hope there never will be one Invented. Thero Is fertility at the end of the spado, but there b oteiil: Ity at the e...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

a toes ADVCOATS scaur aw which h&3 been used &3 a (rag let prevent the eipoaure of much fraud tad Iniquity, . "Senatorial courtesy." tk'iutor Edmunds has -hated James (I. Plains and distinguished himself as ! F r.rlhmentarlin. The Star, In an editor I.d eulogy com pen ad entirely of gllttPrlaa; ffeffloralitlcn, haa but tho one specific thing to mention, thtt In, that "Mr. Ed rnundu retlrod from the Senate without becoming a millionaire." Kather nega tive virtue, to he lure, hut the nation may congratulate the retiring Vermontor that with euch an opportunity he fell nhort of embracing a million. Henator Edmundm Is, however, a wealthy man, and during his lifetime of devotion to the people he has lived in luxurious Htyle. If it should ever devolve upon Senator Plumb to be come tho hlatorian of Senator Kdmunda, we will doubtless have full particulars of tho maple auirar transaction. Senator Kdmunda has shown, in bis recent inter view, the entire failure of the United fitatea Sen...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

TliaU ADVCOATIi increano of $:J0,rx)0 as incidentally stated by the Senator. If we aJd the earning of the numerous convicts now employed an waiters, cook, etc, nt state free hotel, the decrease of eiporma In many hundred of dollars more. OflAWATO.MII I1HAi ASYI.t it. Tho Senator In n triile mistaken an to the Onawatomio inmuie asylum. The Ilouue at tempted to even up salaries botwetn the two nnylums and succeeded, la spite of the fact that it effected a few political farmer in Topeka. Then, as tho Somite committee had dbdinod to join us in an attempt to care for the large number of destitute insane, the IIouho cornmitteo took Dr. Knapp into council and proceeded to prepare a bill to erect a new building to provide forlKX) more inmates. That appropriation wan $tX),000 in addition wo appropriated $r:l,0tJ0 to care for the imiane received there after January 1, 18!2. We believed this a humane and neceHary appropriation and we thank tho Sonator for. allowing it to pans without change. A...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

hlVU& n.mjuuv Published Every Wednesday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. A. ItcLAhUH. rresldnnt. i. J. l.iMitiiuitNKii, itun. Manner, i. mtowN, rve y iroamirer, . MoI.am.i.v. KdlUir. P t Jf H. ANNIK L DkKJH, J. (J. UmiltAUD, Hole foprlutora Associate Kdltors. TKR1J3 OF BUIlHCUirriON One Copy One Year tl.OO Twelve cnjlos ouo year $10.00 uuus oi iwonty copies or over, f. ho each. Adrortlnhijj ILattn. Pli'pl.ty Matter, 'JO rents per Uno, Agate mca,i- nmneni (i linos 10 mo ine.it) Kcading Notices, 40 cents per Una. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PU2LISHIXG CO. Topoka Kaniii TOl'EKA, KANSAS, APKIL 22, 1891. (Entered as second clans matter in tha I'ot.t IXJco at Topoka, Kauhiih.) SPECIAL CLUIl MSI. Tita Advocati A Chicago Eiprena ...... .1.75 " " ' Doxtor Froe I'rewi 1.75 " ' Nonconform iut 1.75 ' Knmm Commoner ....1.75 " " Toilor 1.85 " " Kantian Farmer 1.75 " " Weekly NaUonaliiit.... 1.50 " " Our Own Opinion 1.50 " " National Itofonnor.... 1.05 Hnbscriptions undor thin off...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

A3DVCOATI3. 0 Till! MOMT INXXCCSABLK PUTTY JKAL Ol'SY. Tho Alliance Tribune, in publiah ing tho financial report of tho Stato Alliance, could not refrain from in dulging ia a stylo of criticism that is peculiarly characteristic of tho editor of that paper. Iu that criticism ap pears tho following vory courteous allusion to Tiik Advocate: Tno howl about extravagance coition with lad Kraca from ono of the 'closo communion com mltU'o," whorakt'.ltolKWfor rlntliiK lot of testimony which tho itoIe did not take timo to read. We will for onco notico this pro vailing propensity of the Tribune by stating tho facta that furnish tho ground for this roforenco to uh. Our readers aro well nwaro that wo have made no "howl" upon tho subject al luded to, and havo not participated in tho Turncr-McGrath controversy further than to publish tho Turner lettor and tho evidonco taken in tho investigation. Tho publication of that evidence was not of our soeking. When it was decided by tho Htato officers to ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

G TIIK BUB-TttEASUMT KILL NO. VI. It is raid ia objection to thin til that tho Farmers' Allianco and In- d atrial Union has declarod Egainal clmi legislation; and tho organiza ticn is charged with inconsiwkney mid hypocrisy in this measure, which ia aioumod to bo of that character. It is well to understand in consid cring tho various objections to this measure that raoro assumption does not amount to proof. U. S. Hall, president of tho Missouri state Alii anco, has written a lengthy address to tho membership in that stato in opposition to tho Bub-troaaury plan, which wo Had in tho columns of tho National Democrat. As this address comes from one who, considering his position, should know soraothin about his subject, wo would naturally expect to find a strong ttatemcnt of tho arguments, if any there be, on that eido of tho question. After a very careful examination of tho ad dress wo are surprised at its weak ness. Mr. Hall, in urging tho objec tion under consideration, does not in tr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

TI-H3 aidvcoath: 7 KELLY AND Ml'ItlXK'K OX THE H0J1K HTKKTl'ir. Tho Sunday Capital of tho 12th inst says: Senator Murdoi:k and Senator H. II. Kelly are tho men who are delegated by tne Republicans to compile a nmiiir.'.ir.u In ni'ly to tho one Issued by Hpeaknr I'.Mer mid the chairman of the House committees. Roth .Henatoi i aro uow In the city. Judging from thoir respective newspapers since tho adjournment of the Legislature, a compilation indeed it will bo. Tho Mcl'hornon Freeman has boon rather scanty in its condem nations of tho House, but tho YA Dor ado ltrpublicnn hna boon extremely prolix in its puttering attempt to do nounco tho Houso and to correspond ingly exalt tho Senate. Hero ia some of its preliminary moralizing concern ing the railroads: We gave tho lands, voted tho bonds and se cured tho railroad! ; and upon tlw whole It Is a great system; nearly 10,000 miles of railway in Kansas. Ai.d these corporations, although a share of their stock which cost $1,000 five years a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

AN'OTHICa iNffA'JOO inc. TlioToiii'kft Aivocat la a "rat ofllco" and will employ no printers which belong to the Tjf pofi;rasi;kil Union. And yet, lays the Bf.ronR Cl'y lUpuJilimn, Tir Advocatk war.t to bo an crs;:ia for tho wo;k'.ng men. El Duratlu lie pultlimx Tlr.3 above paragraph is m hho an the spirit which prompted it is ua cr apulonii and vicious. If the editor of tho liqmhliran known anything about tho matter ho knows it is f also, nd if ho dooa not know anything about it ho has no businecs to under ts.lco to loll others what he does not know himself. Tm Advocate haa been a union oflico over einco it bo canio cntablitthod in thia city. Tho thought simply cccurrodto tho editor of tho Republican that a utatoinent liko tho abovo would eicito a little projudico in tho minds of tho work ing men, and henco ho publifjhod hia vile Blander to the world. Yet ho is tho man who has boon moralizing re cently respecting tho impolitic and unscrupulous course of his party dar ing tho campai...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

tenet to the carliot.i liitttory of nun. Ma.i la a trading aoimal. lis munt hats some i'ling to exchange. Kveu tho beggar in hi njs may find aomo surplus scrap about hi t&'terod garment that ho in willing to din JIOMO of. The i roduction and accumulation of aur lu Li the controlling power ia commerce Ko long as inan lives in isolated oommuni tiea, each laboring to supply only its ou n neeoxiutiofl. thera can bo no commerce. In the earliixit ntagos of hiittorio man, it id be lioved such relations eiistod, but oomraor oi.1 iaterohangfl begn with the first token of awaisnicj oiilf zation. Aa tho develop meet of reBourooa gradually advanced, pop ulation gathered, at central points whero traders and arthans met and Bottled. Thus towns and cities wero founded, the arts of industry had thoir birth, and tho BVHtoui of commercial interchange which now per vades tho globo bsgan its dovelopmout From tho shores and islands of tho Modi tcrranean trade found an outlet toward the north through...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

10 TCHTJ 1DVCO-A.T21 V:, URE 0 (HI I (I" UUWUUUUO POD MAW Oil DEASV LMs tWtf PRAlHJ' Etc. . . rnfillP "ORIGIN OP TIIK AUIaNCZ." The following paper was read ly Mrs. J. 0. (Hl:i at thd last mccHiiK of tho county Alliance. In the organization of the Alliance we cue tho proof of the wtatement that "we aro reaping good ami evil from tho gen erations that have proceeded us,"and real ize that wo aro Bowing seed for thono that Bhall follow ua. Each of ua when we were initiated ac knowledged that we bellevod In aBupreme Ruler of the universe, therefore wo must acknowledge the hand of the Creator in the small things of the earth and the af fairs of tho inhabitants that he haa placed on It. We boo the works of thla invisible hand when drouth and failure of crops In Minnesota drove 0. II. Kolley to a placo in tho agricultural department at Washington, and In 18U5 at the cloao of the war, when President Johnson was desirous that something should be done to pjace the wreckod and almoBt ruined BO...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

st. louis, mo. MvevTrsjov.MT,OAT'- Nenwud Cong rt-Hiloiitiil 1)11 riot. There will lo a nutting of the district Alliance of the Second CongroflMlooil district at Ottawa onTuemhy, April 2Hth. All delegates from each county ohouKl attend oa there will bo Important buel neas to transact. IJy order of the ex ecutive committee. K. W. Mklvillk, Secretary. Peoples' Picnic, On the tlrat day Slay, 181)1, there will be a tfrnnd pienlo of farmers and laborers at the fair grounds in Kdgerton, Johnson county, Kansas. Prominent orators have beon engaged for the occaelon. Local speakers are Invited to come alonfj and help us. Come everybody and lot's begin with a rousing one, come with your dleo clubs, come with your flns and banners, The Mutual Protective Association. In order to fully explain the plans and objects of the anaociatlon, meetings will be held at tho times and places here inafter designated, which will bo ad dressed by Borne of the most prominent reform speakers of the state. These F...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

IS AIDVCOAT: COMMEUCIaL CONGIX'.'J. (Ctmtiim A from ninth page.) tho eysiLnui of LIU taxca. The following la a uamplo of thla Biatjvjman remarks: I twa no hornoy lauJud son of toil; I am no f armor, tut I have boon a studout cf the grout eoonomiouuoutions, tho bamsof whiol id noIitlcH. and I am cot m-lamed of it. If you ntudy thimo ijuotitiocs you rouil study politics. A well try to run a church without the doco logu and tho ton oooimandmcnts. Too many people word not content to be Arueri cttnu. They wero seeking to promote the welfare of their own country liiwt and that t Ilntrland flrnt. lie Americans! dront Lcavcim! I should think from what I hfive beard here today tliat you had met hero to fctudy tho iutoreMtn of tho manufaoturors of th Uritiwh emciro. Deep water, more water, not too high, but water, deep water. That U the remedy. That in what we want. A doop water harbor on tho coaat of Texan at (Jalvoiiton or Borne other point, drain ia being shipped from Duluth to Liverpool f...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

tzeb ADVCOAIU A CALL. To th rKlo's Parly Orgftiafafttlon of The call which originated it th l:xt B&tiou&l meeting of the Farmers' AUI aneo held at Oeala, Florida, for a general conference at Cincinnati, Ohio, to con sider the (jueaUon of and prepare for in dependent political action, ant! which In now a-Melned tho llth day of May, isfll, aa aubBequontly modllled, embraces the right of the People' party of Kanaaa to representation In the conference aa fol Iowa: All the merubera of the abate contral committee wore authorized and are hero- ly reijueBtwd to attend that conference 03 delegates. Each Congrt-Htdonal dhttrlct la entitled to ton representative, and the several chairman of the several district central committees are hereby riyiueeled, unleH8 committee meetings before May 1 next have been culled, to appoint ten suitable peroona from their Ileprwjenta- tlve districts as reprenontativea In the conference. The call aluo embraces two representatives from each county, and t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

rrH23 ADVOOAT2 SII3 naiUIDSU SS23 CO., KanisriM City, Mo. Garisa SccJs. Osioi Sets. cci Polfc d Grass GAACIJt TOOLS, BULBS AND PLAX7S. Cat iilwruo ami iirle Hut on appllentlfin. I'K-iUfl moilUuH III AOVOOAT. ami many other varieties of I V7 1 1 Tnunrnnir i iimvDxmnico SALE. All tl;ints cjirefullv srtlecLml and narked, with printed instructions how to grow tlwm. Bond 20 for price lint to MUG, J. O. X3AIEJ, Baldwin. ICa. Itcfereners-FArmors' Alliance No. DID, Uuld- win i:ity Ji.uiK and P. M. at p.uidwin, an. Plea mention ttila fiiinr. Kki ISi.iii k. ( nl.. January 27. IHOl.-Mrs. J. C, Pare, P.uldwlu, Ks. DeAr M.iuan: I received the strawberry plants yesterday. They came In splendid condition. I am very much pleiised with them, as they urn the fintnt plants 1 have overseen. KitNnw.'triiiiy youri, o, iiammio. 'JUssfiS Af "JTUIiP PULLED 1 rfTi.'i ' , b, On Threq Davis TrlaJ. 7 VfJ 'L VLIFT53 20 TO 6 ( FWaaW r.lo, .k. Q JON). Clroutare tn Mo'f 'd by VestcrviUe, U. rjjTjTji'kAi IF YOU WANT...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

TXH2 ADVOO-TIH 15 AGRICULTURAL I MPLEMENTS. A full llneof Cunton CIIpjmt Plows. LKfers and Cultivators. Asntnwatl jrouno planter. Arm anJ Uc Harrows, Deerlnu and WimkI Hinders and Mowers and Twin. Nichols & Hliepard Ihrehh ersand Knulncs.and the largest and t assortment of Puvvle. Wagons and uri.i la thaclty. iWueim, Whips and Machine Oil. WRX3 OKIUS, Cor, fcth Qulne,. Topeka. K. G01 DEiJTISTRY AT LDI7 FlUCES ! A act of Teeth for IVAAV1' Uold MUln I.Mto BOO PhUlnum Filling 73 to l.no Oment or white Killing M Kutracttng tenth without pain or harm W) Teeth Kxtravlcd Cleaning teeth per set .70 ' c, Full ui)Hr and lower set of Uth on bmt ruhher 1100 IWt maU!rUI alwayi untMl. Mouths prepared for ae.ts free. In preparing inch cases a small fee will be charged which will he allowed on the price of tho teeth. iUtfneuiber the Dame and Immbr' HORATIO A. BLACX, D. D. 3., 629 Kan. Av, Near 7tfi St. fflPKlil HISS Fi BC3DBY. Brass, Copper, Pliosphsr Bronze, Vhit3 Metal, German Silver Castings...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1891

10 TCEXH3 ADVOCATm y a till co., Crttl, FtM. Cardtti mi Tire SWs, Cnl-as foCs, lo. HendforCatsloKizo. MallMKrwi. Bt. I-ouls Avj., Kanhaw CiTir, Mo. ,rv ri r'i p, r S- GEEEITEBATJH & CO., Hff' W i'l A'3 s CCKMTIC PliLltO WiOl A SPECIALTY. ;f i U U I - - No. 0) Miila fitmC - CINC INNATI, OHIO. E. C. KRUSE & CO., rrrAM O nmif KULllntirt l.m Manufacture rs or iiprn i wtw, w irTtwi-2ii hina ACf. Topeka. kjW Unouiviw ciuAtci (,,Utm:.N Hie We purchase tin- n In direct from the exu-imive irm wuwm . U I jiu ircili, and Kiev should not be cla(.iie.d wllii trie seeus hui i n r"m i.... v v f;e Landretlia' Heeds ami a good yogrUhlo garden li assured. Mention this paper. COMMISSION MERCHANTS V.A J J For t!io bu1 of VVtwJ, IIMoh, I'cltd, Tsllow, Furs, KU 0 Bout h Main Htroot, HT. liOUIH, MO. IU) 'inner-Franhlln Hunk. IF YOU SHOULD W-AJSTT q flood Dull.with reasonable, you will nlwnys fill JAX1E3 C. BTOIfU, Jr.. rrennn n p ill LIM prico nnd tcrrm will find mlno tho bill. Loavenv7orth, Kansa...

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