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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

. . . . ' ' I, j ... .y ... ... .)., ,. . .1 . J . . 1 i , .. 1 .." ' Li 1 ' ' i ., Devoted to -the -Interests1 f-the--FaraieFS,-Alliante-iad 4iuiustrial-ltoiw.a "H" "vi 4 'V..I ! J... ... ....4. !...J... '..J.ii'f., 4, l, ' ' 4. , , tklMl ' .4 i .UU4. i "''''" ''" ''' ' '"''"''''' ui ::- nil m1 J J . I1!'U I'i.i "VOL: II m: M. ADDRESS Of ihe 'Board br kin impeacnmeni va,BlU, To the Members of the House of Renrcsentotiveg. and through Yotiio the PafiAe of $6 'State of As committee of the.' House of Repre sentatives, duly, appointed in February last, charged, with, the duty,of. prosecuting before the.. Senate. Jhe,, articles., of jmpeaojhmeni, against ThepdoeJuB Botkin, , judge,, of , he mi i ' i 1! 1 -A ? -X - 3 I A. xjnir.y-fleoona juQiwai uiBinup. wo uceui iu a duty alike to ourselves and tothe publio that' we render to the publio, whose servants' we are, an acoount of our stewardship. Judge Botkin waa'im peached 'for drunk ennees'in p'ublic' places; 'drunkenness in his dietoriot,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

2 THE ADVOOiTia THE "SUN" REBUKED. A Criticism on an Article that Appeared In the February Number of the New York "Sun," Entitled "The Craziest of Alliances." The extract read at a neetingofour society, and which I am about to answer, waa taken from the New York Sun, a pa per that has a large circulation and one that has always been considered a first class weekly. As a literary production, the extract is perhaps a fair sample of the editorial matter found weekly In its columns. This article, entitled "The Craziest of the Alliances," is written in answer to a declaration made by the speaker ro fern, of the Kansas Legisla ture, and consists of ten broad assertions without one single redeeming quality In the shape of reason or self-evident facts. The declaration of facts by the speaker pro tern, reads as follows: The election of a United States Senator and five Congressmen before the party is a year old is a greater victory than was ever achieved by a new party in any state. It puts K...

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

TH333 ilDVOOATIC. 8 SOMETHING MOXE CONCERNING THE CITY OF WASHINGTON. To the Editor of Tine Advocati: There Is so little mercantile and manu facturing business in Washington com pared with other cities of its size, that persons often wonder how the majority of its inhabitants not employed in the government service manage to make a living. Washington residents, and par ticularly Its property holders, are, how ever, keenly alive to a bargain, and con sidering as they seem to do, that the nation should pay well for the privilege of having the national capital located in this city, they are not in the least scrupu lous about prices when the government contemplates a purchase, especially of land, here. The city la having two striking in stances of this fact just now, and if the schemes projected are not carried out before Congress convenes in December next, there will be an opportunity for Senator Peffer and Congressman Simp son to offer some bills in the Senate and House for the purpose...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

4; u ' 'f- ' ' .... .. ,. " JPubtblidd Kvry Wednesday by'the , ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. J. F, Limebuhnxs, Bus. Manager, L W.' T; rao wtt; y Treasurer, " J FtoprtetoM 8. MoLalun., Editor. i U1GU8, I 4avJnfa VMtnra Mits. Annik J.&liBHBAJEUV 'HUttf! 0? SUBSCRIPTION . oisfo-txiprthie Tea'..;.".: ..'r.v.' :if:flff Twtlyef opiea. oca year w.JJOlCO uiuvs oi i. wemy copies or over, vjsu eaco. Display MittteriO eents'per line; Agate" flieas-' orient (14 lines tp the, tacfe) ; ffisadliig Nollce'i, 40 cents per'lfne. w "fojtsfcs Kansas. TaPEKAf KANSAS JUNE 3,-1891V (Entered as seoond class master in. thejpt OAoe'ii'TopekaV Kansas!.)'" ft ,. u. 7 "' "Weekly Nafidlialwt'.'".,1.80 ''National Reformer.'..' ;h65 ''-Poaifio EuralFresa. . 3i00 (Subscriptions, under .this- offer will be- 'Credited to: ' the Alliance sending command a, pre mium. tie. . jtepub . caa.par.ty. .:.The.Ei Dorado ltepubli:. can still holds that the Merideth. Jor gery '"was- the.' genuine resolution adopted ;by - the; refor...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

5 . T ..CAX'T THE' SCATTEKED JUttUXJiTS GT f ... 1 , TOGETHER?! ,') rv:7y j. , ,, The Lawrence Journal ia this late day, is. so .beginning tocomplainof . machine"! Eepublicanisnr-juid iboss .rule .among. the, invalid- factions. of n the once great party in .Kansas; which ittiSCl had 81,7 per, cent pi the- pop- ular vote, while in 1590 it dropped to : 37 pet ent., that it gives,;ita readers . -an exceedingly . solemncboly . 'article ,,0X1 A'Crowda vs.. Crowds,".' . ,..i'.r.. .. . If it were to fail . to -exoite indigna- lion towards the active .crowds'.' ,who .are energetically ; beat , ' upon ? being .;?the-. grand , old: party?: . ta. put Hp , ."jobs" -upon the meek andunsuspect ing votaries of the"gang'?who arenow at the front; jn the part ot the aver age idolatrous- voter of . the Vorowd's'? . ticket, who is expected to obey the -,-word of. the .bosses's command; . -even as .mechanically as. a saw uta timber, rit,might -invoke t the . pathetio,;nd cause the solemn wail: nVIf.ye h...

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

G THE AIDVOOA.TEL On the Alton special train from Kansas City to Topeka en route to Cincinnati were 232 delegates. Nine ty-seven of these were of Republican antecedents, fiftyseven Democratic, and seventy-eight that had been for years independent of either party. Eighty-three were ex-nnion soldiers, seven ex-confederates. Seven edi tors of reform papers who were union soldiers. FEEBLE KINDS OFTEN CONDEMN GREAT MOVEMENTS. The Lawrence Journal only on a basis of editorial courtesy can be spoken of as having any controlling influence on affairs in the period of time in which it has lived. And yet, like a carping critic, it hastens to condemn the organization of the Peo ples party; and perhaps more from sheer indolence than anything else writes about the matter just as though it had intelligence concerning it, stat ing, "Theie is not one man in the movement who has the necessary ability to lead any political movement, local or national." Repre senting a party as ignorant as the remnant ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

THE A3DVOOA.T2I1 7 THE SUB-TREASUBY BILL. Editor Advocatk: In your discussion of tbe sub-treasury bill, you say that Its ap plication would do away with middlemen, etc. How so? The grain will all have to be sold to some one. The farmers canTonly hold It a year, whan It must be scM, and after It is sold the middlemen will get hold of it, as for merly, and the consumer will finally foot the bllL Again, the warehouse receipts are nego tiable, so that thl same class could buy up the receipts and the farmer would be as bad, if not worse off than before, rieasa answer and oblige, J. E. Brkwkr, Osage City, Kan. The advantage gained by middle men and speculators under our pres ent system lies in the fact that the crop of the season is thrown upon the market as soon as harvested and these middle men and speculators fix the price of it While only one-twelfth of the crop is needed for immediate consumption, practically the whole crop is sold at such prices as the speculator wishes to pay. The ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

T2X ATTEimON Olf REPUBLICAN EMTOSS rr invited to k-miriaai dttiik hi i t)3T tW 'TH33 R PAETT. 1 ' 'Jv-'T".;? j ReTOblic'; edAdiB:itiB' now have 'the 1 tJin'cissaati - contention iiieor rWate a ptotiibit'ioiiplatik'iQ ifo plai ',fdiaL,'tThirf'ir'fl thet&V'tttiOrl which -theW r;great :moral: re'fbrmera 'espeo- rih designating tne' PleVparr'&J V'The'riew iBkty'tyiiyfmdlltkQy ''would rfafn ' Havd 1 theT ipebj)lei believe 'ttfcat'tney' are': sincere lnlheir protest htiSM r 't','n, 7? .-. - m'r-'x.j " 'Wnave" An V' frecdll'eciltin of a' tteti- ; fedn pf 6s6htM'to-the Cnidflgo' fiepub 'I'M convention of 1884 by Frauds vT7fflard; representing 5OOJ00O 'tibn "era; fb?H plank' iff ttfiiif 'plalforla'iab- 'ibrsing'the '"principle Pf ,:protiibItfon of the'liquPr traffic T frd'theretf ettfcer wMVwatftfonVwlth thai pe'titib'nY'lf ''hot 'we' 'ttetrVah'thtifr tobrffitt'lt ihroW' upon' 'thtt' ' platlornV 'aiid ' ' m&de' a 'target ' (of" tad ' tbbacW' Jtiice ejected by the statesmen' ther ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

a V' J. 0 IU Cfflzey Atllane? b tneAllianee ."TIL M Intelligent; would admit It., J d p 4 W ) ,azrii pa that5 Brother. Back lit tlwardithat tho Mg!itabf Reci- thfoteBepribicsi iteigsauoox Congroaa .SarapeJcl NewtoaJSHaaf it f&iled io h&af tfcsi it is an orgai525pJ71flfixT& J strong in thw tatyvTit Topoka'"I3 ma'mxmiTijjGn ' ts a very fonr-A.-BrQaintonr: its mayratthrrimi .last, Apl'w reciprocity boys missed fife? 'Please," dear;; bw,-r,!tw? intioniAiavoi otth inhabitants 6t that valley; bdtjrikajlCM IfgSlatiioa 1$ ncfc imsatab toj any cerymtecst,' oad, in fad tencb t6 prmqte Wc other interest by rpro lplingtne general prosperity of the American peeidnnot be said to .jplwa in aaj sense oj th8 character of clasa'Jegisiatjoii, ancWs perfectly. Sa4jPPae UhcrafJ principles; arid ilatformr? Am special" privilege to a classy iwhifh, in! itaeffext, inures to lons," is - not v only roticimdablelut h5tffd be andget-a-littliiitslligence concern Jng jthe of their capnai city 01 me B...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

ADVOOA.T3H OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATIONAL FARMERS' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President L. T Polk, Washington, 1). C. Vice-President. ...B. JT. Clover, Cambridge, Kan. Secretary J. II. Turner, Washington, P. C. Lecturer J. F. Wllllts, McLouth, Kan. KANSAS FARMERS' ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. President Frank McGrath, Belolt. Vice-President Mrs. F.B. Vlckery. Emporia. Secretary J. B. French, Topeka. Treasurer A. C. Easter, Burllngame Lecturer Van B. Prather, Clumbus. Assistant Lecturer S. M. Scott, McPherson. OFFICIAL Washington, D. C, Jan. 2, 1891. All commissions issued to national or ganizers from this office prior to Decem ber 2, 1890, are hereby declared to be null and of no effect, unless the same have been renewed by proper authority. National organizers holding such com missions will make application to this office foa a renewal of the same. L. L. Polk, President N. P. A. and I. U. Persons desiring to be commissioned as national organizers of the National Farmers' Allianc...

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

11 LIBERAL ADVANCES ON SHIPMENTS. I MHO WRITE FOR OUR WEEKLY REPORTS. dl LUUlO, HAVE YOUR BANKER INVESTIGATE OUR STANDING. Ptae mention Tub Advooatb. THE AID VOOA.TEL In Valuable Testimonial. TnB Advocate takea pleasure directing its readers' attention to an old friend that again takes its place in its columns the Wm. Hall Medicine Com pany 's cholera remedy ad. This com pany has met with remarkable success with their remedy. A representative of The Advocate recently visited the office and factory of the company, and while there read many testimonials from re sponsible parties who had saved their hogs by giving them the Hall remedy, These testimonials will be published from time to time In The Advocate. In the meantime especial attention is direct ed to the following letter from Phil Chew, editor and publisher of the Jour nal of Agriculture, of St. Louis, a gen tleman who always observed most strictly a rule to withhold favorable mention of any article whose merits had not been full...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

ADDSXSS OF TJIE BQAIID 07 M1NAGEJS IN THE JiOTXIN IMPXACDMENT CAS2L cency, nof propriety, nor nscssalty to sup- vtwvi jw - ; port iV.' JTUrd. procepiPM.pf cally the appointment of a xeceiwxjaxj KDHICIPAEOOKl'OBATION, ft thing which Can not be'lawfully don enywhere.-The story of this infamous procejrjnthe parjojr Ib&gd Botkin was tpld: bjlirAJciC ritzer, one of "tne respondent s axoorneyn, who was called and testified in behalf of the "toflpondeflt on" May 14. Mr. Pitzer, when '"" examined by udge Bodkin's attorney, teeti f Q?, Did ye new the remaps M Judxe Ij&Un ' 'at the time, In appointing the receiver? u J-' 1 ' -'t:,i'ciheM?r;'.:'::r.:::::,::r A. - ? . Tha court .thee .prooeededed' to . gay that he had heea acwyed a greaWeal about that case and toe condition oi acairs coanecwa 7wli.Jtthatf f t $ hi view of, the .threat that had been made and. considerate excite- swot istiflted at toat tlma nr fealty treasttor grantadhe would appoint a' receiver, tie be-1 Credit wairiaipl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

PT?flT'L' Jkxa-t,',!-. iff Y . !.7,7 "... Jn making yoy f cpriajr purchasea weTnTe you-to comVtoouL. mammoth-establishmentwhere- yoa vrtlTfceTTJrmCSt everything""" .'ithatVmace'in'DryGor'' shoes, otrpcss, aitcowa ' v ' ; " money, but areTfolffVfcife Tou ... . Com: directly to-the-, stroe vMSMA tlottit AWe'U U a. have 8peeiateonTeiileBoefor-7oa.:: ... --If jrOU-cant'OCnne'ln-pereon;thflnoi;aer by mail whatever you wish,, Samples sent fmuf cbArxeWefiriyotiBfaiiMi-- '. b V A ftVaafA'TPaa Jf 4 $ (' "Y'"W"1 J ' 1 1 t ' f-.w-.-r- , v.--. ..,,.,,-. ................ a..-i ftapsas vity..MissauoHlcJ:.j To the Editor of Thk Advocatb. J If therViaf aVthiri'tbAfcught toropen the eye's of tbe workeri tomeirtruewm- anion ana jis remeaieis Bnouiu ub warfare of words, and, fljjurea asore sented dv me. nencnmen 01 WtwojcajjK Italist. anaieaof ree-trade'andprc tection." Witft what an' array' u6l sHaltta-' tica and j profound' logic dwfo atlr laide' uphold its own political doctrine, ana show tlxat Jta...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

THE HIGHWAY TO SUCCESS 13 SHORTHAND. Hcndred sof graduates la responsible positions, highly recommended . by leadlcg firms, prove! the success of our methods. BICKSOSI SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, Typewriting SpcIUni?, Punctuation, Business Correspondence, Office "Work, etc., Deardorff Euifctinz, 8. E. Cor, Main and 11th gtx, Kaiisaj City, Mo. Call or tend for lata catalogue giving fall particulars. Book-keeping, Shorthand. Telegraphing, Pen manship, Typewriting, and all other business branches thoroujrlv taught Graduates secure S!ood positions. 11.80 PEWEIX. Send for circulars, Mention Ad vooatb. . TIIBJ m a mm mm m mm haih I A MUMS)' mmmh vvtsd. FOKT gcorr, ii.-A.waA3, Is the school for the masses. Students can enter at any time and find classes to suit them. Total expenses for board, room and tuition are only a$l 35 per terra of 10 weeks. Classes sire ar ranged to suit all who come. Many young mea and women who have attended school but a short time enter every year. If you cannot attend ...

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

TH3S ADVOOA.T2H 15 IT WILL PREVENT HOG CHOLERA. THE VESTERH STOCK FOOD Is the Greatest Discovery of-the Age for Hones, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep and Poultry, It Is a natural remedv and oreventative ol all diseases of the blood and digestive organs. It acts freely on the liver and kidneys : tends to tone up me wnoie animal syspem, and is a sure pre ventative of Hog Cholera and Chicken Cholera. One-pound, 2M-pound and 6-pound boxes at 2Sc 60c and $1, respectively. Manufacture only by WESTERN STOCK FOOD CO., Blentlon this paper. Jlloomfleld, Iowa. Wlien Visiting Kansas City Patronize tha "OLD RELIABLE" 90fl Olft and 919 W Kt.h St Rates, $1.00 ta $1.50 pir Day. Best fare for the money In the city. Take cable can at Union depot to the door. a W. COOPER, Prop. B. A. MAGNAN, Mgr. POSITIVELY AND PERMANENTLY CURED Mo Knife Used. A cure assured, with three to eight weeks treatment. Write for testimonials and Informa tion, or come and be examined by our medical director, M. S. Rocbelle, THE WICHITA ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 June 1891

TJtTOBULLr ' STBEAJf ! & AI&iEMEED .CO. lIJ120iia22SSt. XuiAve.,.Kansas CityMo: Deafer In Binder Twine, Hay' Stackers, May KakesITHar C.rrW Mff Fort,' Biir'TMlV Ettf.'; tfCV -"''""""" ' ' '" "Writ W 7?-f.v. . ManHfln thU nanar ,,, , TJCPEPPARD; 1220 t?.!0i2 AVEfiUE, X' fc2.i5!ll MSCiuULM WOOL 4PSSUITY.x . No. -9 a. ItaJn .Street, Cincinnati, oni(x ;,qorresponaence.oouciw!w...; ;.. V . jortaeiaieoiHVoo STJ- LOUIS, MO. -Refertnee-Prdnklln UlanK. ITCH, rtTvlTnn nil nuT- litlUlmi lldliSSllci7 MM Special rat's to Farmers AUJancesiUid h9. l ..jii ,! i ,u H .iifr.,'ii .mill i.jiji J--i.H .... Emporia, I Kansas -IMPORT3SSS' AVID BREEDERS OF al lrBxaiiMuiriiUBinjiflijiJiu IIS AHD -I2ACES. desXtntsVf the most noted priz wlnnen of the Old World. We p4d potcaslr for aft our stock havwim fh ntort mineTrMr system QI organize wnipamea na sws Pi"wvntMt. countr? and lnjwre satisfaction, Wcall especial attentian to our references. By these it win De n Sat" we aothandWon connnlssloutTie refuse...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

Devoted to the Interests VOL. II. NO. 42. TIIE NATUKE AND NECESSin OF FAP2S CURRENCY. BY BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. There Is no science, the study of which la more useful and commendable than the knowledge of the true Interest of one's country; and perhaps there la no kind of learning more abstruse and intricate, more difficult to acquire In any degree of perfection than this, and therefore more generally neglected.' Hence it is that we every day find men in conversation con tending warmly on some point in politics, which, although it may concern them both, neither of them understands any more than they do each other. Thus much by way of apology for this present Inquiry into the Nature and Necessity of Paper Currency. And if anything I shall say may be a means of fixing a subject, that is now the chief concern of my countrymen, In a clearer light, I shall have the satisfaction of thinking my time and pains well em ployed. To proceed, then. There is a certain proportionate quan tity of money...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

ADVOOA.T21 ticular Interest, therefore all those who, wanting courage to venture in trade, now practice lending money on security for exorbitant interest which, in a scarcity of money will be done, notwithstanding the law, I aay alt such will . probably be against a large addition to our present stock of money; because a plentiful cur rency will lower interest, and make it common to lend on less security. Second All those who are possessors of large sums of money, and are disposed to purchase land, which is attended with a great and sure advantage In a growing country aa this is. I say the Interest of all such men will incline them to oppose a large addition to our money, because their wealth is now continually increas ing by the large interest they receive, which will enable them (if they can keep land from rising) to purchase more eome time hence than they can at pres ent; and, in the meantime, all trade being discouraged; not only those who borrow of them, but the common people i...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

THUS AIDVCOilTHl ture of this province; and that the inter est, as it ia received, may be again emit ted in discharge of public debts; where by circulating, it returns again into the hands of the borrowers, and becomes part of their future payments; and thus, as it is likely there will not be any diffi culty for want of bills to pay the office, they are thereby kept from rising above their first value. For else, supposing there should be emitted upon mortgaged land its full present value in bills, as in the banks of Europe the full value of the money deposited is given out in bills; and supposing the office would take nothing but the same sum in those bills in discharge of the land, as, In the banks aforesaid, the same sum in their bills must be brought in, in order to receive out the money; in such case the bills would most Burely rise in value as the land rises; as certainly as the bank bills founded on money would fall, if that money was falling. Thus, if 1 were to mortgage to a ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 June 1891

3E323 JMXVOOjh.TiS, N. R. P. A. Published Every Wednesday bytha . ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. 8. ?IcLAttnr. President. 1 ri J. P. Liuebuknxb, Bus. Manager, M f . T. Bbo ww, Sec'y Treasurer, Proprietors a9HaI,l)Iqo8, (Ate Editor , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Copy One Year 11.00 Twelve copies one year fio.00 uuos oi xwenty copies or over, uso eacn. Advert Lb lng Rates. DLrplay Matter, 20 cents per line, Agate ' meas eranent (14 lines to the Inch) . heading Notices, 40 cents per line, Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUSUSHiaa CO. Topeka Kansas. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNE 10, 1891. (Entered as second class matter in the Poet Office at Topeka, Kansas.) SPECIAL CLUB LIST. Tna Advooatb & Chicago Eipresa 1.75 " " Dexter Free Press. . . ..1.7b " ' Nonconformist........ 1.75 " Kansas Commoner.... 175 " " Toiler 185 11 " Kansas Farmer 175 " " Weekly Nationalist.... 160 " " Our Own Opinion 150 " " National Reformer.... 1.05 " " Paciflc Rural Press. . . .3.00 Subscriptions under this offer wi...

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