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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

A 111(2 NiJW Oltt ViUhllATV. I!' 'I'M t'I'l -T,"T'I 'I 'i' h it i', i j n y ' T ".'f '," f !','' 1 ' J'? VfT.K' l1 '"m iMv'iiy-: tui; VrAMAiu's.riuir.. , i", 1,1 J,!:.! I '1.1. I 'ill'1 I 1 I. I 1 bMng mad.) lx'Vycii, sm'ije' "f jf !.' prjjivjjjal o'l 1 ' pr d ui:i s ' of iVn nsy I va rn "aiil con -AvllV-f; of fifri 'fg'iV cap'itJti f.Vr'illd'Vir'i'ioiM' of'cVJi'iifta'tl'A'g iW'W!l5rr ;V iMwi'M 'ilie'oif nmtiUiU'linu)'-' -.''j '' '.,! I!Tlit''mfvjuMM) ij',i.lii'!'iivt'!linport,nnb lut!)t'lIIiilu5li-j,itL(i()ubJivltfia'HttilHiptl vd.vlnce tb e Standard pLUompaay vovnrcd lt,vwiiopoly ofpipo,. linv t,ranppovUtMi Icontomplatetjlhe, purcjiase. , .outright $ wells Vitiiii'ti'ut lO,!))!)!), the' cojtryo tlon of competing pipe llueii.aud a com bination ouiaaiyypf'itbiv, principal pro ducers ,yh,o wf 'll th.vlnclj.i,,,,.,,!' , n,ybp ))tirfii lWp:Miy,ties Wit own tlitvwolls'wMoli.biippJy i H ' :wUU loll out ncU Jiomually ''only. asai'. transportation a'golit ''iMPtl'iKliTK' to 'tlx?' wtdl Own...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

TZXB AX)VOCAT2I : ADVOCATE. .'-.itj Every Thursday by the ' CATE PUBLISHING CO. A I.LIN Editor. J. IMKJUJIINEK, JUihIwvm ManVr. TOF'EKA, KAN. TKKMS Or SUIiSeKHTlO.V ''' 17 Onu Vi'iif $1.00 . i' iplii ono yi'ar $10,00 i. M'wcnty cojili'n or over, f.HOeaeh, HA NT A it: noun:. ojm:ka tTme taijlk. j ' rt on nrul after September HI), IK)!'.). VVKST DOUMI). TltAlNH. :v, s I r:,i:( two Exim-ow. ' i .i.Mt City ,fc Tdxiw ExpNjUH, "J' )': L Sail Dictfo ,.) i r.v UtiiliEiprcHU Arrive Wtl'KKA 11.50 pm 11.50 pm 12.05 n. 1 .:t. p in 7..".0 p in Eeavo TOI'KK A, 12X'oaiU 12.05 urn 12.Wpm 2.00 i m EAST-UOUNI). ! h x io f'-'jlMeHU I 4.50 (1 1 ' ' . v ' V i r k i ,.i prcan .... I 2.00 p 4.50 u in - in CIj! ,; i llvproo I tf.UO p m ah.' ; ( il v iiXiircin. . I 5.05 urn 2.20 p in rt.20 p m 7.00 am j;.T.vi.i'.y Tui'KKA, Atciuhon A nr. johki'ii. S in 1'runcinco Ex prow A. Topelui, 11.110 p in Col. k Han Diejjo Exp. 44 12.05 noon , Cxpn'HH Lcavo Topcka,. . 4.55 a m ,' KvprenK 44 44 !5.:i0 p m ij' I'Ji) Dak...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

7. ADVOCATE A SHkIOJJSMlSTAKH. Members of lhn Order Plume Tako Notico. A serious error 1ms Wn discovered in tin) compilation of tho proceedings of tho St. Louis meeting. 8ee. i.10 of tho Statutory Laws as published last week hlioultl lo striken out and tho following substituted in its placo. "THAT THE QUESTION OF ELIGIBILITY tE LEFT TO EACH STATK, RUIUECT TO THE LIMITATIONS OF THE CONSTITUTION." A Labor Leader Prevents a Riot. I'unxhutawney, Pa., Jan. 10. Aftr tho sheriff, accompanied by thirty three Pinkortons armed with Win chesters, had thrown out an Italian family at Walston to-day about .500 Italians collected and began yelling and tiring in tho air. Mastwr Work man Wilson arrived cn tho scene just at this time, went among them and told them they must keep quiet and not break tho peace or they would ruin their cause. Wilson says it is his sincere conviction that had ho not happened on tho scono when ho did there would have been ono of tho bloodiest riots over neon in this coun ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

,,, J. I.J .. ;.uM a ;:!, Anj in. , .1 r , ,i: . i i! .(. ::. ') . '-4 ., IuriA'' ,AU.hl''Kn-, MA liiauHtn'i.'U I iUm,., ,.,,; , ,. :, ' " 'i'-UU f'puc'. i i.', V!d;'(t?tb iVc , i . V.-lijJL(;iovKjt ,ni (,'auiMiiln Kan. - ' y-.f. 'II. TbicNrit, . ' Wus'lW j. f ' , . ' u - U'.W.'lluiuW,", ;,,,(;xl.-o,'Jt'. u i.f .-.'r 'ii.'V. 'iv.jMticf:t.;'";"Vun?)iiir,t!'n,i; c: ' ! 1 kKKi'VftVU, viivsi-.il" ' 1 , ',; -. ,. p.'-is-U. A. I'Arrv,' .': ',' W.oion.'Mliitf; ' '. y ; vi-I:iaa3 Mr(:jiACKH..v JLrJ ' ' i;.yiMr : KVAN JOHVU i I, .' c Dublin,! TtXO , .' , icxK:i,-Tjvje,fqMMiTTKK. :: .! i. ('. V.'Mc.cii,NK, .WardiliiKtooP.C, Aii .'o.Y'a uua '. iiyU Hlitl Dakota, J.IM'ih.mav, ' ' .l,iilni('Lt6'fonn, K'A NSAS STA TIC OFFICCICS " ' , ; ' i,it:tja..-utK; if. vw'vku, tiuabfthjo Kam .V .,f:JiW If. JtyuaiK, VP'W.K,W y'ri ir wuy-.J. H. KitNCH, ' , Hutchinson Kan. '!. Vn' a.iim r-'H. WAVtiniK'1' 1 "''UuMti Kalis! i rtun.-r-A. A1 TH'.'KJXHOff.. . Merlden Kft, X,:,l-,laht UvL-Van KT&'aiu Rill jjJyufV...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

) 1 i A thick, comfortiLlo letter flint loyk; el an Hit might lo tho bearer of gool n-;n' ntid much, loving gr, lp rym jIuukI t-Wutlltiio JtK'troit Vl-.tV!) niuf .t l;uit found refuse lr tho infill hi of a pOHtmari wIioho rytir .IciTrif a utfe nuo und wn duly dllvrcd to tire HvtlrvH recorded on tho envelope. It would havA Btatled tho poHfniTlee official nnd the post man Kt'jjjjpdellvi re.l J.t VoV(l-jj lmw knowjtJUat ij yj:i:f4i' U'tvi I'VrO'S'J It came from a leper Inland. It In indeed dooMfnl If any one of theme who liamllt'd It had noticed tho poBt mark 'Molokl.' or if they (Ud wouldave knOwii n.ny why ho tJhould throw it imlifc and cry:"un clean! unclean!" Nor could they Judgo. by tho pleaHln bulk of tho miiwivo that it wf-rthiy x.it fun wdl,ii wrj Vji 'M(l;' cr t hlVformer frjeiwii1 dm riiji ttn Michigan. It ban been permitted tho Freo PreHB to make a few extracts Tho writer Htates: "Tho I joathitt oTJtlui plaeo in about fifty ml leu from Honolulu, on tho Inland of Molokal, wit...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

.'.'.1,1: cf Leber Department. I'liAiroiuc or I'itiNCirM. PREAMBLE. Hi.! ftL'smJii.' development and nggrfn. !v ui',ii of tho power cf groat capitdistii jid corporations under tho present luuus. tn.l nvMU-m will inevitably loud to tho pnu. j i'i ion mid hupoh'iia degradation of tho tij'it;f i.nmsm. J M;i imperative, if wedomre to enjoy tho full blesflingH of iifo, that unjimfc nmiriiulittiuii and this power for ovu of ni- irwiUxl wealth ahull bo prevented. Thin ji.uch denired object can be accomplished only by th united olforls of thoso who obey tho divine injunction: "In tho Awoat of thy f.ice if) iv.lt thou eit bread." Thoreforo we Jmvo formed tho Ordor of tho Knjghta of J ,abor for tho purpose of organizing, edueut ln;j mid directing tho power of the industrial It in not a political party, it is moro for In it. nro crystallized sentiments Mid measures for tho bonellt of the wholo people; but it nhould bo horn in wind, when exorcising tho ri;ht of suffrage, that mont of the object...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

estem Foundry find Mine lIMs R. L. COFRAN, PRO'PR, TOPEKA, KAS. Manufacturer and dealer in all kindn of Machinery. Al;io mannfncturo -and carry ia stock SMALL ENGINES AND BOILEUS FOB FABM USE, ' in five Bi'zofl, viz.: Two, four, nix, oiht and ton hortio-power. Also STEAM PUMPS. Writo for price. PARLOR SHOE STORE! (FIRST DOOU NOUT1I OF BABCOCK &PKATTS.) KANSAS AVENUE, NORTH TOPEKA, A Comploto lino of Footwear, consisting of Men's, Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes. Also a Full Line of Mens Light and Heavy Boots. HEN'S, WOMEN'S, - AND - MISSES' ARCTICS. ALL KINDS OF FELT GOODS. These Goods are all New. Call and See the Goods and Examine our Men's One Dollar Brogan Shoes! Boots mado and ropairod by tho bo3t of workmon. Wo aro solo agonts for tho colobratod Rockford mon's shoeo; also Ladies' E. P. Rood Fino Shoos, Rochester, N. Y. REMEMBER THE PLACE. G. W. PETRO. MBEIDEI KOLLEK MILL, HIGH PATENT FAMILY PATENT SUPERFINE GRAHAM. Bolted Corn Meal. Grain and Food of all kinds. Custo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 January 1890

IT IS A SIN TO EAT HAD UK HAD WHEN YOU CAN GIST CHEAP, GOOD LIGHTER PATENT HACKNEY PATENT -or- NOEL'S PATENT FLOUR AND -HAVE THE J J EST BREAD ON EARTH.- TRY THIS FLOUR AND BELIEVE. Topcka Mill & Elevator Co. MRS, MARY MILLER. PHOTOGRAPHER. One Dozen Fino Cabinet Pictures for $ I All kJncU ot Krouim taken nt a slight addition al eoHt MEPIDIN KAN. Llnwood Kansas. pure nraicE) Short-Horn Cattlo. With Individual Merit the Staudurd. Tilt) bulls now In ncrvlce tiro CRAVEN KNIGHT (57.121) and ROYAL PIRATE (56492). The "topi" only.of the lent Impoi talloni from tlio ccklira- M herd of M3. CRUICKSHANK at Slttyton and of vholc homebred herds bavd been bought lor use t breeding stock at Unwood. All the bout fund lioe reprcwnted. Produce only for sale. Ad dress for Catalogue or price a,i above. MTMn wood b 27 miles went of Kiiihih Vllv on tho Ks PivUlon pf the U. 1". U'y. Vlidtor welcome. C. E. HUUBAED. rn LlPStSEED HQUSt 230 Kansas Ave. Topekt, Kas. rat (Next Door South of Court House) TO...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

1 J - .j.-..-.-.. -u ,. . . '..""j- 1 jiT ' ' ' CjV-t' ... I,. i . .... Devoted to The H ts of The Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and other Kindred Organizations. VOL. I. ' j TOl'KKA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2 .'5, 1090. NO. 23. THE REFORM PRESS i IT IS Til 10 LAST AND ONLY IIOPK I'D 16 Till) VDOVIA). Wo MuHt BuiMrt It, and Loyally Too, or We Shall toKtiHnlc(l in a Itrlef Time It May C'omt Un Urcut lOfTort, Hut thoi:fioitMut hcMutlr-Knl;htM of Industry. ' Written for Tlio CIiIchko KxprcM. Tho hope of tho country is tho reform press. Wo must Instill thin truth in tin? minds of the pttoplo. It dally becomes more and more apjtftront. Tho people must bo educated and our only means to that end is tho, reform press. No mutter how many noble speeches nro mud,, or articles written, If the manses do not hear or read they can have no iutlueneo upon tho public mind. It daily grown clearer to all who observe, tho minions of greed and clans legislation havo tho absolute control of tho ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

, , W Ilao A EjmxUI HoMUm of tha lg;IiIiUun? 7o lake tho following from the Mrr ,'; Vm and it h submitted to our r piers for consideration. Tho governor Id evidently disposed to call a special seb- n If tho people want It and aHk for It. Elk Fau.w, Kans., Dee. 20. 1889. Brothers of tho Farmers' Alliance an.l Vsrinera' and Laborers' Union of America, cf Kansas: ,Ve enclose with this letter of appeal a petition to our Governor, with a copy of V Iter from hhn, In anHwcr to tho first of theito petitions which reached him, and extracts from President Clover's letter In s,na wer to a letter written him on this sub ject, all of which will partially explain thinaelves, but wo wish to call your es pechl attention to tho features of this matter: 1. You are awaro of tho financial con dition of tho farmers of Kansas, and that If relief does not speedily come the far mers of to-day aro to become tho Herfs of the near future and that tho needed relief can only come through our united action. Whil...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

WINDOM'S IDEA. Tho Text of th Silver Dill. Washington, .Jan. 10. Tho following ia the text of m ill prepared by Secretary Wlndom for presentation to congress, au thorizing tho iiwuo of trciirtury notes on deposits of silver bullion, In accordance with tho plan proposed In Ms report to congress. uBo It Mia tfil, etc., That any owner of silver bullion, tho product of tho mines of tho United States or tho ores Bmeltod or refined In tho United States, may deposit same at any coinage mint or at any assay ofllco In tho United States that tho secre tary of tho treasury may designate, and receive therefor treasury notes hoarlnaft cr provided for, equal at tho date of de posit to tho net valuo of such silver, at tho market price, such price to bo deter mined by tho secretary of the treasury un der rules ami regulations prescribed, based on prices current in tho loading sli ver market of tho world; but no deponlt consisting In whole or In part of silver bullion or foreign silver coins Importe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

:.nAtv vniom. ''. ,A i Uk'n-'n All Utter and I iinUxti Union, i ' I PoiK WA-ihlngUn, D. C ' ' c..U, IT. Cu-vxa Cambridge, Kan. ' TuitNica, Vaiihli'gton, D. C. r-ILW. IlK.itMAJr, Prxleo, Mo. ' ' 1- W. Ta it iixl, Washington 0, 0. JAar.C'UTIfSJ COUllCiL ' . v j c us JC A. 1'Arrr, Macon. Mtos, ' ' , fji-lBA.Aol!oCaAcinc, Ark. rv r-jTVAN Joxkii, Dublin, Texan. i KX.CUTIVJB COMMITTED ' ' -V. J-'cOt'to;., at:hln(jton P.O. . '.:.'.: o Wauall, Huron, Bouth Dakota. ' J.lM'iu-MAlf, Palmetto, Tcnn, KANSASHTATE0PFICEK9 1V-: .-Mra-B. II. CfxVKtt Cambridge Kans. VI; ,v W. II. Bijn lb, Augusta, Jtans. V, ' ,i -y J. B. Pit ica'H, Hutchinson Kans. T" p f. rcr-IL lUvami Air, P.urrton Kans. (.",. ; J, P, Vk:it, ratterscn Kans. t-' i tA. IE. Dica.wsojr. Meriden Kins. ;, ", .'it Lect. Vah B. Piiatii alt, Neutral Ks. J f;cr-J. K. Wuxiams, Pcntlr y Kans. A, i ,'i Jr. ti'jVvrpcr A. V. Tatlok, Newton Ks. r . , y Anas L. K. IUyt, Dexter Kans. J',. . i ." '.. Ajont-nC. XTrur.li, Topeka Kan J Utandlrjjg Commit...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

PATnO.'j30FIIU33AND!tY. "What's the Matter With the Farmers? From liiu Indiana Farm it. I am led t-o aak tlio above question, by what I see, bear and road every day In tlwse cloning hours of 131-39. Are they at hut shaklug off the lethargy of years? Do they at lant, realiza that "lie, who by the plow would thrive, must either hold, hiniHclf, or drive"? Have they learned that there are plowshares not made of Bteel or iron, which must be guided by the master's hand ? I f ho, then at last "Day dawns" for the farmer. Tho night has been very dark, and the way hard to find; but there la yet hope. Tho farmers are moving -not In Individ ual strength but in Bolid columns. The army of agriculturists will henceforth cultivate among other fields the fields of politics. Not by tho formation -f a farmers' party, distinct from other classes, but as a body composed of nearly oue half the citizen sovereigns of thia great Republic. If agricultural Interests or agriculturists are Ignored, or neglected...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

':'aE ADVOCATE. I ,.' Every Thurniliiy ty Hi ilVGGATE PUQLISHIfIG CO. J, 1', t.)M!'j!i;itNitn, 10;0A, . Comm. IWJKINK.HH M A NAdKlt. KAN3A3. D.v! Cony Onu War 3' M T,vi Ivl' I'DDion oim yt'iir f"."" ri.:', (,f Twniv f'DtilcH or over M n-li. shelf for tho inspection ofthocuri orirt who may cnro to oiaming such ancient relies. BANTA Fi: KOUTi:. TOPEKA TIME TABLE la ISifwt und after September L, 1M!. " VVICHT M)UNI. Lcavo THAINH. tvm Vruacwico Expreim. Ail'.im.mn City it Tuxiw E.xpnmrt, jt.k'iico A Sun Dico Expnum, V",ivitV Utah Express 'ij'oi'.nka Expmw, Arrive TOI'KKA ll.W) p m ll.r)pm 12.0.1 ii. put 7.:) p m TOI'KK A VJ.OBam ll.'Wpm 2.00 p in BAST-HOUND. limit 10 ExnrcHM T 4.fOnni ? Mtw york jJxprww.... 2.00 pm uliiciiyoKxtTt JJ.(J0pia I b n.w;w (.'uy J'-xproiw. .1 ....... ' 77 m ... " ft.Oft ii in 2.UUpiu :j.20 p m 7.(X)u m U ilTYVKtlf Toi'tJCA, ATnilHOM ft HT. JOHICI'll. i'an FriMicim'o Kxpreiw A. Topokii, 11.JW) p lot. fc Sim Diouo Exp. " " 12.05 no in noon i.xprtwH. ,Iftve Topok...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

THE ALLIANCE AND FOLITIC3. Wo aro in receipt, fromuomo source of a marked copy of tho rjiillijinbur Herald, containing an article heade "An effort to arouse tho political proju dices of tho Farmera' Allianco." Tho effort referred to consists of the fol- lowin,' taken from tint Lotrnn Freeman. Tho old party orin nro liko tho man that had tho bear by the tail, they don't kuow whet her to let o or hold on, in the face of tho preHent organization of tho farmem' alliance. Whilo the alliance in not jolitical, they will cant their voten for mom bora of ConreMH who will advocate nnd carry out their principle, and thirt in itwlf will down V.) out of every hundred who hit la CoiiKrohH nud ntato h'inlat uroii at tho prertont time. A ntroko of paralyms booum to havo Htricken the follow who formerly yelled anarchy at the Knitfhtu of Labor, for the m-incipk'H of the alliance are identically tho Hame. The groat work Htarted by the K. of L. in alruont accomplished and thou Hands of fanner are now e...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

outi of wtiN'cirwi'i. . Vi. r',-i;$ii ijf dvt'l'j;.tnonfc and ;r;rrea. ' ' ,-.." 4ul t.';.a powor f grtat cnyituliHtti . ty,v-.M.'.:on undr tlm iweMeiifc tnditit. f,, 1 1.,' wu vH lnei?.ally lewd to tU paii i i ,.ruuihojU'ui degradation of the i.v.if ti U i ittierrtUir, if wodenire V ',' wy full Lh'nittotf of life, thatunjiMt i IhtUm aadthifl power for evil of mr i l wulili el.idl to prevented. Tlu v .'.'i Co.-invd object ciin Co accomplInhod ody ,y t! irnltm ol'fortu of thoue who obey tiUirie injunction: "In tho nwoat of thy f.t.-an.iJt tlwm eat broad." Therefore wo f jra'cd the OrdtT of tha Knjtflitij of J.a'wr for 11' purpose of ortfarii.lntf, edueat i: fivd directum tho power of the Industrial i"n i, ,1, 1 j i.niot a political party, It Is more for it roc ryaf nUi-eediwatlmeutiiand ineamiren f ji: bfci.if'.tof tho whole people; but It i M ibobonifl la mini, when exorciuintf f . i of nutTrno, that most of the objects 8 ii'.Ti m t fourth cun only bo obtained t! ."'nhHjliilntion, a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

;a3 EC02H TIIK III6TOUY OIP The Agricultural "Wlieel and Farmers' Alliance, AND' HPEB1C i REUoumen Uy W.S. MORG AN. J Two Books In One Volume. p s Crandesf M lilssts A LIBIIAI1Y IN IT312LF. The great necewity of tho times Ij education. It la our ouly hopo. It la tho beacon light of aucccna. Wo must not only educate, but wo must educate properly. Tho pooplo fight tho bagging trutit and tho twlno truut bocauao they boo plainly tho Iniquity of tlx system. Thoro aro otber truuta In exist ence raoro lntdduoua In tholr nature, and thousand tlmca more dangerous to the Republic, that are causing but llttlo alarm. Why is thla? It la want of education. Tho money trust la tho giant of trusts. From its abundant resources all other truata draw their eustcnanco. The machlnatlona of this giant of . glanta aro scarcely known. If you would know tho diabolical schemes which thla combination, more powerful than Con gress, have practiced to rob tho people, road Morgan's new book, "History of tho Wheel ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

TPXI3 JYDVOCAXTB- Tlirxxlif, Mu (.raM.(irtari .,m, H..I Tot, Onion nniii, Trr. ,!, an. o.i, Itr- Oim Muck (Yn Uulun IMioU kssas ciiy.ki. ;"" ) i i.i wwnl I mfmmm m ' nnmmmmmtnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 4 ? i n i n i rui i nn7 l n'; ;n niinnm m yan linn J nn R L. COFRAN, PRO'PR TOPEKA, KAS. ,UA.i'r.iclurcr nnddonlor in all iinds of Machinery. Abo mnnnfncturo nd cftrry in stock SMALL ENGINES AND BOILEltS EOIt FARM UHKS, l, 1 Hvrt Hizos, viz. : Two, four, nix, eight and ten horso-power. Also 8TISAM DAI 13. Write for rricw. "-T SOUTHWEST OF CITY. HANDSOME LOCATION. Two MccLh from Went Side Circlo, namo from Electric Lino, Kara from 1 ,,t Ji.jreo Car. Sell on long timo; -if you build ft houso you pay nothing down. jVAx per onxi. interest. J f Gr. F1. MILLER, '( 831 KANSAS AVE., - - TOPEKA, KANSAS. ,11! -J .LlLJ..- . - ,- a. DRS. LIEBIG- & CO, ritOI'JMKTORS Or THE LIKItlO WOULD MSI'KNSAJtY t i.r WmIopii DIvImIoii -IOO Ocmry Htroot, Sim Ki'iiriclHco, CiilliOrnla, Northern 1)1 vlnlon No. H H3...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

STUMBAUGH & GISII, Attorney AtLaw. "Special attention given to collections. Corra Bpondeuce 1'roniptly Answered. 501 Kuta. Ar., Toiexa, Kashas. !.- irr?. t;;m ig: " EOF1 WITH HO TOES." . .11,0 Aowinx Ifwhln, with AltaeiiimittM ,...1.0 AMHMb I'liXuim nVkla, on wliwila illll WTip KuitKy, I'atant Whmln . 11-Th W.in Hi iln, Hraiwi Hnam uxl lUam iloi..O.M A l-Tw Wni'iii W-li i'l laln Mt-M k lUuik U-M 1 I'uwarliHMl Will fur I armor., only Kl.tM A l.rtitH fors1 arwl Krmini' Hit of Tool ia.Wt AJM Itoad ( art. orPw.ll font till tor !. i Htiirp' Harem..... At)-lk Heoop ami llaKorto (teal .l.ae .roe . ... r i, . u...u U...I- ..l.h Knu N.wwm I. Ml Catalogue and Priin l.lHt Of Manful artlrlr. mnt awa, sovran A mtti.r book thrtt every farmer ought to hitvo Jjj the " Borah um Hand Hook" for MX!, which may be had free, by addreHHlnaj The Jilymyor lrou Works Co., of Cincinnati, (). Month inn ia a Tory valunblo crop for yrup-maktiiK, feed, ami foddor, ami thla pamphlet given full Information afbo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 January 1890

ill Si IT 13 A SIN TO KAT BAD BREAD WHEN 10U CAN GET CHEAP, GOOD LIGHTER PATENT HACKNEY PATENT NOEL'S PATENT FLOUR AND -HAVE TJIE BEST BREAD ON EARTH.- THY THIS FLOUR AND BELIEVE. Topoka Mill & Elevator Co. GT. JALEES HOTEL. Cett $ 1.30 1 Day llous In tJi City. DIIITII OTHEI3T. A few doors wont of Kansas Avenue. as. ii uraiucfc?, rrop'a, TOPEKA, - - KANSAS. it 1ST' REE .)AT(: WHOLESALE IN SMALL QUANTITIES TO WHEEL AND ALLIANCE CLUBS, OR TO INDUSTRIAL MEMBERS, BY !IM Pin NURSERIES, .FC.TT SCOTT, KANSAS. -Drop ns a postal card and got our- CATALOGUE & PRICES BEFORE BUYING HUHSEI1Y STOCK. UU 11 MOTTO "THE BE3T AND THE CHEAPEST." The address of soldiers who homettoaded a less number ( acres than 100 WANTED 60LDIE113 at any tlnio before Juno ITOHESTED3 M'oski FEKOUSON. HUM h.tt i. Denver, Colorado. Stove Repairs WanvtrttV Agonts In Missouri, Kansas, Texas, Nebraska and Colorado to handle our ttove repairs. One man made f 750.07 in one hundred and twenty-five day. No provious expe...

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