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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

eMe 1 fAlfilfliH f I A ' i ' i I A ! J, A Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL 1L NO. M. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2!), 1891. $1.00 PER YEAR. j' WASHINGTON EDITORIAL COItUEM'OND EN IX Never before in the history of the world han there been bo luxurious An eiuiDmont for travel aa that furnished the President for hid trip acrona the con tlnent No monarch was ever attended by such wonderful servants. No royal personages on a triumphal march wero ever supplied with so many devices of comfort and elegance. No fairy tale ever eclipsed the reality of that miniature palace. Hclence and art wero condensed and epitomized. The fruitage of the in ventlve genius and the esthetic aspira tions of the whole human race were con served In the make up of the Presiden tial train. All the past centuries with all their lonely, unrequited, persecuted rtucvofticience; all tie drudges of the mines, the ehops, and the looms thene a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

tee. LDVCOA-Tia KAKMAS MOJiTUAGE INIJIlfTEDNm ' Dtl'ATHMtNT OF Til I.fTuaiOIl, Waemmnoii, 1). C, Aril 11, Wil. ) 8.lUUilUntEuKdllr nf Tht. Admuihi, To jitka, Karwan: Dtxxt fJin-.A rer, ly, in detail is duo to your earn cut and outttjiokon letter of tho 4th in eVict. There in no evidence, nor in it a fuct that the census oflice hn4 conducted the mortize investigation for partisan pur peses. Tho dotiire has simply beon to ascer tain the truth, and, on far an possible, the whole truth la toward to the recorded in dcib'.olnctsn of the poodle of the United SUtcs. The persons whom you refer to an acous iirj the census oil'oe of unfairnens in con ducting thia inquiry aro guilty of a largo de C'oeof unfairnons thomolvos in judging this oCloo without a hearing, and before any rcnulta of tiio investigation have been issued. Ik is a matter of the plainest justlco that faota on all nidos shall be known before con doranatlon. Tho census oflice has never attempted nor donlred to belittle the Impo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

TIES ADVCOAT3, 0 conie to doubt the sincerity of the do partnient la this matter. Again you euy: It in a fundamental maiim of enumera tion that m fsw inatteni mi ponaible should be introduced in tho houuo-to-houno in H'iiry rertpec-tinjr which tho wifs and grown daughter cannot bo awumed to bo equally intelligent with the huiiband and father. And yet we submit that the only in formation relating to any of the family affain reported by the department which la worth the paper it la printed upon la obtained in thia very way. Now, to make the Issue between ua clear and dla tinct, I will state that I understand the object of the Inquiry, aa contemplated by those who petitioned to have it under taken, wna to ascertain the aggregate mortgage debt reetlng upon the real es tate of thin country. If thia view ia cor reot I assume that the method employed by you will not accomplish the object Bought; and I appeal to your own oHicial documents to Bustaln thia utatement In tho first placo, your e...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

4 tie jTiJovcc-ivna . R. P. A. rubt!iihft4 Kin ry Wedmwfiiy by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H, KoLAM.iif, Prudent, ) g0 Jf. 1". Limkiiuhnkk, limi. Manager, V . V. T. lijiowN", Hm'i Treasurer, ) 1 ropiuwri H. Mcl.A I.I.IK, Editor. ISvi. Anni L 1ijh, I a itniuluLo Fdltors J. C. Ukbhaku, f assoujiw Miiwri. Tirana oif subscription Oao Copy One Year ...tl.00 Twelve vofU'.n ouo yr.it .iio.oo Clubs of Twenty copies or over o&ch. AdfCrtLjLng llatf. Display Matter, 20 cents per line, Apto meas Rjrt'inent (14 limn to Die Inch) Itc vl'jui Notices, 40 cents per lino. Addrcbs ail oomiuunioaUoua to ll4 A3V0CATS PUBLISHIM CO. Topoka Kinita. T01SiTa7k (Entorftd annecond clana matter In th I'oBfc Ooa at Topoka, Kansas.) SI'L'GIAL CLUH Liar. Tea iovooATi A Chicago Kiprona 1.75 " " Dexter Free Trwa 1.75 " 4 Nonconformity 1.75 " Kannoa Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toiler 1.85 " KaiiRua Farmer 1.75 " Weekly Nationaluit....l.CO " 41 Our Owa Opinion 1.50 " " National Reformer.... 1.05 " " Taoiflo Rural rrcMB....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

C0.3TUI'C11YB fiiaVICK OX TH2 PAIiT C!f T:i2 BTATE HE.YATK. Oa Saturday, Starch 7, 1891, in the afternoon wion of the Kansas State Senate, Hon. IL B. Kolly, of tho Mc rh'3na Freeman, tho Senator from tho Thirtieth district, composed of tho counties of Harvey and McPhor son, offered Senate resolution No. 51, which was adopted and which rends as follows: Whereas, The Soiute committee, on state af fairs wu loHtructiHl by a Senate resolution to In ventlgate each and every transaction of the fclate house commissioners, pertaining to the letting of contracts and the ex ndUure of money In the main or central bulldlm? of the state capltol, and the acts and worki of tho contractors relating thereto; and Whereas, The said resolution Instructed the committee to go back as far ihm In said Invent! Ration, so as to cover all transactions had since the investigation made by tho Legislature of UWtfl; and Whereas, The time of the members of the com mittee Is almost wholly consumed on the floor of th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

tcezj advcoati: T.1Z tlUB-TSEASLJlY BILL-TKE rHECZ DINT KSTABLIKIIXIK. NO. VII. It in objected that tho bill ia un constitutional. Thia is a stereotyped objection to ovory demand made by tho farmers and laboring rasa of this country. President U. 9. Hall, of the Mionouri State Alliance, echoes the cry aa tho Allianco rnouthpioco of tho Missouri Democracy. Ho nays: Art. 1. Hoc. 8 of the United Htatos constitution dn'.ilaoi the powers vested la CongreHs. Tie only on of tho lub-dlvhdoni of this too tled 8 that tho advocates of this scheme claim vests the powor lu Congress to pan inch a bill U tho first, which read as follows i "Hie Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes, duties, imports and excises, to py the debts and provide for the common de fense and gonoral welfare of the United Btatcs." Mr. Hall starts out to show that tho bill would bo ia violation of the constitution of tho United States, and quotes the above section to enatain hia views. Docs anyone discover in thi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

Tmu advcoat; ;tero thc-o gocdj daring thcivj throo ycm tho merchant would lo under tho noecmty of paying tho wholo of tho duties immediately oa their arrival in this country and then store them himp-olf. Is thoro any class legislation about this! Is thcro any thing in this arrangement that lools liko a loan to tho merchant of tho amount duo tho government on du ties T Where aro all of our defenders of tho constitution that none of thorn aro crying out egainwt its violation t But this is not tho end of the etory yet Among tho imports from foreign countries admitted to Btorogo in our customs houses upon tho eamo terms and conditions of other goods, aro largo quantities of winos and liquors. This is not denied. It ha3 boon and etill is denied, howevor, that any do mestic liquors are,or have boen Btorod ia any buildings owned by the gov ernment Binco tho beginning of tho discussion of tho sub-treasury bill this denial has boon doomed nocos uary, and it has been persistently ad hered to....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

o o Vu note with plca;aro that tho Facia 27mm Lr.9 abandoned tho old fjfinjj and doclarcd unoqaivocalJy for tho reform movement. Tho crowd ia f ;cf.tin;; beautifully lcmi and iia men bora more loncnomo evory day. Who next? MNI) FOlt THJJ MANIFFJiTO. Tho PoopW party manifesto h&3 be?n published inphamplct form cmd ij now ready for distribution. Price, $1 per hundrod; single copies, 5 cents er.ch. Addrona Kingman Journal, Kinsman, Kansas. The liotkln trial U the lint seriously bad bre.ik tho Farmers' Alliance has made In Its political mo '..-Stitk Journal. Is n't thischcritnut getting a little ian-ity? Will tho Journal name a einglo Farmera' Alliance man among thono who preforrod tho charges against Judge Botkin? Tho fact is Judge Botkin became bo low down in tho ecalo of decency that even Repub licans could no longer endure him. How would it do for the Journal to tell the truth about tho matter oncot TuicTopeka VulUil not long bro editorially remarked that It would bo a happy day...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

i) Republican party shall be couoenimtcd c the formulation of Buch loiuUtion . will protect tho people from any exactions of the unuror, from oppressions of monopolies. or from extortionate demand of publio car tiers. Rocont evonia have made mora s;v parent than ever beforo the cacciuiity fo exercising tho sovereign rijht inherent i mt nation m ia all others, to ximo dinorim nation ia tho admitvilon of foreigner! as resident of this country. Wo therefor recomniond such chango in our lawn aa will effectually prohibit the immigration of pau per and criminala and of people no alien from us in idoaa and habit of thought that they cannot be omiiinilatod in thin body po litio. Wo reafllrra our belief in and devo tion to the suprome and sovereign right of every lawful citizen, rich or poor, native or foreign born, white or black, to cant ono free ballot in public eleotiona and to haro that ballot duly counted and certified an counted. Denial of Huoh right should renult in deoreaAO of repre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

10 TE2H -riX)VOOA.TIH OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATIONAL VMM K1LV AIXIANCIC AND IHDL'HTKIAL UNIOJT. rn-iil-nt L T Volk, Vjdlnnton, T. 0. my r Ulcut..... II. (;lvr. f mhrUirn. Kan y,wrtt.!ny J. II. Turner, WaititriRlon, I. C. Lecturer J. V. Willlts, McLouth, Kan. KANSAS FAHMICKY A1LIANCK AND IJDUMTlilAL UNION. Ii'',).1nt Frank Met; rat.lt. Iiololt Vleo-rroiildont Mm. K.H. VUkcry, Kmporlu. Fnerotary I. It French, Toi)ka. 1 rcmurer A. C Ic.mUt, lSurllrumme. Lecturer .....Van H. rraihor. ('nlumtms. AiHlHUtit lecturer H. M. Mcott, Mcl'herson OFFICIAL. WAHrtiNOTorf, D. C., Jan. 2, 1801. All cornminHlons IhhuoiI to national or ganizers from thin ofllce prior to Docom- bor 2, 18'.)0, are hereby declared to be null ami of no effect, unleos tho name have been renewed by proper authority. National organizers holding such com missiona will make application to thla o!!lce foa a renewal of tho same. L. L. I'olk, President N. P. A. and I. U. Persons desiring- to bo commlmnoned ta national organizers of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

THEJ ADVOCATE 11 TV T I " 1 LIBERAL ADVANCES ON SHIPMENTS. write ron oun weekly reports. st. louis, mo. HAVE YOUR DANKER INVE3TIQATr OUR STANDING. l'liuum mention Tit AovtVUTB. UNION I.AlHMt PAItTV. Call lamied by ( liulnmui I. P. Elder to At tend th CliK'lauitll Convention. To thf, Vnim Lahur rurtU of the UnlUd Stttr. The members of the Union Labor party of the Unite! States are hereby re minded Unit they have been eapeolally invited and requebtod by the National Cltlzena' Alliance to attend & conference of the reform element. of the country, which la to meet at Cincinnati, ()., May 10, 181)1, for the purpose of consultation and action relative to a union of reform forces and the formation of a new politi cal organization embracing all those who are In sympathy with the St. Loula de mands of 1881). The "Old Guard" will be expected to be proflont and will be ad mitted as tleleguteu with full power to act therein. Let us meet, take council together, ronew our allegiance to the pr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

c 'nil rr n rr'.:,i". u y 1 A J MIL, T (f ?n Th T P3" R ? 3 0 0 0 19 TOPEKA, KANSAS. ISIPOllTANT. Oar trade end prices are all CA9II, TiWch iaunt accompany tho order to clfcaia tho bonolifc of our low prices. Rcsiit by oxprcua ordor, V. 0. money order, registered lottor, draft or chock. Aa T7o giiaracteo all our good, wo Trill pay tho roturn chargor on and exchange all goods not satisfactory , end 3 ropronontod. Money can bo eavwl by getting a neighbor to join you in Bonding for floods Tho freight ia Ipsa on largo quantities. Whom BOYoral partiea order togeth er end thoy want tho goods kept App elate, plcone Bay bo; for instance, if A Bends an order and gots his noigh bora 1 and G to join him, tho gooda o bo ehippod to A and tho gooda ktended for H and 0 may bo packod entirely eeparato, and by placing a email (d) thus, and (c) on tho boies, tJia gooda nood not get miiod, and each party Can tell which boxes are h'm and thoy could all bo sont on one freight bill. Don't forgot to dato ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

TO3uG3 ADVOOATICL' 10 The Alliance Womea'n Anno Iition of Eartoa count will torr meal during the district convwntlon to ho heM la Great Ucnd on May 0 and 7. Mua. S. K. M( C.U'!.ky, PrmMent. Mus, J. A. Tukviancic, Secretary. "We have examined the Star llame Faotoner, and inuat ay that the inventor haa at hut Holred that annoying problem of broken hame strings. It in eliiHtic aa to alze, although made of mailable iron, thus accommodating ltoelf to different sized collars. It h Indeed an article of merit. Chicago Journal of Commerce Agulimt th Reduction. At a late meeting of the Topeka W. C. T. U, iie following reuolutlona were unanimously adopted: Honored, That we, aa members of Wo men'i Chriotlan Temperance Union, desire hereby to exprwu our regret at the recent action of our city council in reducing the sal ariea of our city employe, enpecially thone of the fire department; Rouolvod, That we respectfully auk that thia action be roconaiderod and Huch Hal ariea be paid aa ehnll enable...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

Trr.TT" a. TYtTY-sf-i a mm . Kannan City, Mo. Ecd Fotatzc3. Giu3 Ecci3. CAMEM TOOLS, EUL23 A?l3 PLANTS. 'ja.l:OMiC,ij aid price lint on application. Fkase Mention Tji Advocat. "tiik nrsx is tiii: chemist." Tor Pamphlet write to 13C ftltlTZUN i 1 t CLOVER tfJUMLO, 0. tlTTl.ffflt filar whrra iiil "1 1 Tho O. IL STKAM FKED COOK Kit Iiuh moro Huaro foot of hcutlng Miirfuco than uny other bolter of tho Hiifiio capacity. It will holil gallon ind lm.i S agjiaro feet heating surface. Made of steel boi ler j) I ii to, no ciiHt Iron, lliinn" steel heads and lap wclil charcoal bollortubr II. N. Clark, Manfr., Don Moines, Joa. Ncnd for cir culars and prices to u. a. ha i fftt ss sum Y CO. 'Unit. Agti.,Kana City, Mo. Mention Advocate. IF YOU WANT ANYTHING IN THCC LINE Of mi PRINTING, S BINDING, N STATIONERY, BLANKS, Tonsil!?, Sc!i3ol District or Cltj S:;;!!:3, kansas lav; oooks, etc., WBITt TO IRAK & CO, 012 taJ3 All, TSIU, lit. Bond for CatnJoffua If lntorostod. Geo, U.C : 'Jf? Jill! Slliik...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

Ti-nrj ADVOCATE 15 91 If LOW PRICES A st of Teeth for ........ twv) Cold HlIIiw tl.Mto B OO Platinum FilOng 75 to l.oo " Cement or white Filling J0 F.xtraoMng tcetn without pain or harm W) Twth Kiliactod 28 Cleaning teeth OTMt .75 to MM Full upper and lower let of teoth on best rubber.. ltf.oo Pest material always iinimI. Mouths prepared for sets free. In prewiring mob cases a imall foe will bo charged which will be allowed on the price of the tmilh. lusmember the nam ami numtur' U0.1ATI0 A. BLACK, D. D. 3., 620 Kan. Av., Near 7th St. TAB Elf A RRfleQ Kl Brass, Coppsr, Fiiosphsr Bronze, Vtiil3 flaial, German Silver Castings, Models and Patterns Made to Order. -Do a general repairing STEAM ENGINES, STEAM PUMPS, MILL AND FARM MACHINERY, Ao. For sstlmatei address Please mention Thk Advocatk. OHAO. FENSKY, 837 Kansas Avenue, North Topeka, Kansit. -4 L I i j i n a i t J. B. DINES, President of National Uimtness Agents' Association, will pure da.se MERCHANDISE (In it Wliolesal and receive...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1891

10 f" if n r K J L 1 1 a.-sol, riilJ, Ci.rdan an 4 Trot toJ, Cnfon Cats, t!c, tlinft I tr Ci :ity?:r Rl.tl'cd Free. It'-XMi:) lit. Jml.1 Av.., Ka.nhah Cm', Mo. in t H 31 a. J k 'J A.. VftftJ 0. GEEEHEBAUH & CO., Hfififl y J 'U1 Li L co isijc pttirrj wool a specialty. li JOlJi, No. 03 Main Ktnuit, CINCINNATI, OHIO. rvrs I) E. C. KRUSE 6. CO., v 7 m bil I COMMISSION MERCHANTS X. , . V X J X v K CO Boutli Main Otj-eot, For the sale of Wool, Hides, 1'dtn, Tallow, Fun, Ktc. HT. 1AJU1M, MO IUfrreriM- b'ranklln Hank. IF 1TOTT SHOULD W-AJSTT a good Bullwith reasonable, you will olwaya fill JAMES C. STONE, Jr PIP I Iff) (u 1 nh prlco nncl terms will find mlno tho bill. Leavonworth, Kansas HIGHLAHD STOCK FARM TOPBITA, 1CA2IOAO. F. B. RIX&CO., - Prop's. To make room In our stable foroumprlng Importation of HJI IltlCS, l'KItCHEItONS AND J' UK.ncji ki u ii ji()irHi;, we will oner ror mo next Tinny iiny, April lit to may ut our entire ntiul of Imported malllotm of the above breed!, every ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 May 1891

Devoted to the Interests VOL. H. NO. 37. IT LOOKS BAD-CAEOLINA POLITICS. Democrats Who Say They are Without a Party Will Go Into the Republican Ranks-They Kefose to Accept the Alliance Doctrines and Claim They Have No Other Recourse Fifty Clubs Represented From the Alliance Herald, Montgomery, Ala. Charleston, April 17. A very significant political meeting was held at the state capi tol to-day. It was the first white Republi can meeting ever held in the Btate, and it is said to be largely the outgrowth, of the Alii anoe ware which swept over the state last year. The significance of the meeting was the presence for the first time of a number of leading white citizens who have hereto fore been associated with the straight out Democratic party. Among them were Dr. Bowen, Mr. Hannan,of Spartansburg; James Hunter, of Union; Dr. Monroe, of Union, and others. ' Fifty-one clubs were repre sented. The meeting elected delegates to the Bepublican League convention, which meets in Cincinnati on...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 May 1891

TSiDS A23VCOATHI TC2 WHITE AND COLO&JD POHJLATI0N OF THE .SOOTH-1890. The foregoing la the title of "Census Bulletin No. 48," Issued on April 7, 1891, by Robert P. Porter, euperintendent of the eleventh national census, In which he cays: The relative rate of increase of the white and colored population of the southern states during the last decade is a matter of such general importance and interest as to demand spooial attention. Mr. Porter has grouped together seven teen states with the District of Columbia, and the census returns of 1800 show that their population consists of 22,875,230, of which 16,808,205 were white, 6,908,106 colored, and Indians, Chinese and Japan ese make up 10,888 persons. The In dians number 8,207, the Chinese 2,581 and the Japanese 100. In these divisions the colored popula tion through the five last decades has In creased 8,553,928, while the increase of the whites has been 10,685,787. Tables are below presented, which give the percentage of the white...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 May 1891

TI-HS ADVCOAT3. 3 ' 1872 1876 1880 President Grant In 1872, whohad50.5 per cent of the popular rove. And yet it la stronger In Its Republican Tote to day than is Kansas, which may properly awaken earnest inquiry. West Virginia This state, created In 1861, from Virginia, gave 68.9 per cent, of Its vote to President Lincoln, and 51.8 per cent of Its vote to President Grant With one-half as many counties as has Kansas, more of them were Republican at the election In 1890. PA8T AND PROSPECTIVE POLITICAL CON DITION OP THE SOUTH. The seventeen states grouped together as "South Atlantic" and "South Central" by Superintendent Porter in his census bulletin No. 48, might be politically summarized from 1872 to 1892, for Presi dential elections, as follows: Electoral vote. Republican Alabama, Delaware. Flor ida, Kansas, Mississippi. North Car olina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia 63 Arkansas and Louisiana (not counted). 14 (toposirtorv Georgia, Kentucky, Mary land, Missouri, Tenness...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 May 1891

N. R. P. A. ' Published Every Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. . NcLalltst. President. I ai , J, Y. Lixzbuknik, But Manager, f. T. Bbowit, Seo'y Treasurer, j Proprietor! in. iJICJjALLtH, Editor. jniS' (AsoclateEdltori TKSM3 OF 8UB8CBIPTION One Copy One Tear ....11.00 Twelve copies one year f 10.00 uaoi 01 i weaty copies or over, .u eacn. Advertising IUtea. Display Matter, 20 cents per line, Agate meas urement (14 lines to the Inch) Jbi&dteig Notices, 40 cents per line. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHlWa CO. Topeka Kansas. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MAY 6, 1891. (Entered as second olass matter in the Post 03m at Topeka, Kansas.) SPECIAL CLUB LISL " Tan Adtocam & Chicago Express 1.75 " Dexter Free Press 1.75 " 4 Nonconformist 1.75 " Kansas Commoner.... 1.75 . " ToUer il.85 " Kansas Farmer 1.75 " " Weekly Nationalist.... 1.60 , " 44 Our Own Opinion 1.50 41 44 National Reformer. . . .1.05 44 44 Paciflo Rural Press.... 3.00 Subscriptions under this offer will be c...

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