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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

2tnl Mvtalon, nil tlioKA otatea embraeej In the Ml.'iftl.iMljud valley, , 3rd Mvl.iloii, alltliat portion of lint United HlulM, drained Into thii facinc This di'lifiluli1, to t carefully 'coniphVd and thun revlned e;uh year by a cnuferuuco commit ti'O appointed by each national orgiuil.atlon, prior to lii'lntf publl tiled. As a b:ixlH, upon whlrli to figure eout of production, your commit ter recommend tho following: licntul of land, IXM per aero. Labor of an able bodied perion, computed at 15 cent per hour. Umo of team ami tool to bo computed at 10 cents per hour. Avcrao crop for ten yearn, taken as tk basin. Uioa thla biul.i, wtf denlro to ascertain tho actual eont of each ami every farm product; and then our national committee can add a reasonable per cent, to thin amount as prollt and tliim lU tho price, below which no farm product fihould ever leave tlio producer's hand." by prompt action on tho part of Sub-alliances, and Granon in tho ratification of thin plan, but little timo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

awooat: of Labor Department. JflATFORM OI' rINCiriDi. PREAMBLE. Tha alarming d j Tolopmont and ncrtrren-'rlif.a-.a of th power of great cajntalibta -:.a oorpornliorut under the present indus trial Byataux will inevitably loud to the pau- Iiertifttion and hopelcHit degradation cf the eilinjr wnanm. It id Imporutive, if we desire to enjoy tliu full Wf niutfs of life, that unjust accumulation anj this power for evil of nr tTfrrutfll wealth ehall L prevented. Tin tu-i;Ji denfred object can be accomplinhod njily by the united otfoirfji of thoso who obey .i diviao injunction: 'In the sweat of thy taconliolt thou eat bread." Therefore we liiie formod the Order of the Knights of JLubor for the purpoBe of organizing," educat ing and diroctui the power of the industrial It L) not a political party, it In more for in it are crystallized sentiments and measures for the benollt of the whole people; but it fehould be borne in mind, whon exercitung JJ le tight of auffrnge, that mont of the objects...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

ADVOCATE. 0 FROM OUR EXCHANGES. BVMlty-fllV thousand fiirilUTH have Joined the Orange hIiico lint April. -Faulkner Citinty Wheel. Self Intercut demands that farmers and lalwrcrs Btanil trim to tho demands of labor. Faulkner County Wheel. Tho Issue In Arkansas In tho coming campaign will not bo turlir rot or negro domination tomfoolery, but It will be Whether the people or tho plutocrutu and ballot box thelvcs shall rule. Fulkner Co. (Ark.) Wheel. In 1878 you could pay Intercut on a mortgago with 75 to HO bushels of wheat and carry home a pair of gaiters for your wife. Now you can pay tho mime Inter cut with 100 bushels, and plaster up the holes In your wooden shoes.--The (Jreat West, (Minn.) Paola Spirit: Contrary to general ex pectation all of tho Kansas republican newspapers did not extravagantly 'pralHe Senator Ingalls' recent speech in tho senate on tho race problem. In fact many of tho ableHt wipers were cither silent or expressed disappointment. A number of papers have adopted...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

'nnie-vrnDi! i a i w a i 9 i i i ' I i ll I II! I 4 A JiJk 1 Ml m vmmm v (FIRST DOOH NORTH OF BABCOCKcUMtATT'3.) r KANSAS AVENUE, NORTH TOPEKA. IrWn II IMS, A complete line of Footwear consisting of i a mi i i j... rti.- riNAN' ij iiininrinii n i-niiiiii I'UUU X. I II I III I Mil H )Ul) U UlUllUUUU U11UUU ALSO A FULL LINE OF "1 Tf F, Mm iinRiT.Amn PiOiwr pi 1111 hv oirs, woiiEirs ahd hisses' abtks. ALL KINDS OF FELT GOODS. Tltiese Goods are all 3STew. Call and See the Goods and Examine our Men's One Dollar Broiran Shoes! Boots mado ftnd ropaired by the of workmon. Wo aro solo ngenta for tho colobratod llockford men's nhoos; itlwo Ladies' 13. 1. Rood Fino KhooB, Rochester, Now York. REMEMBER THE PLACE. - I. . P E T R 0 . MEKIDEN EOLLEE MILL, HIGH PATENT FAMILY PATENT - SUPERFINE GRAHAM. Bolted Corn Moal. Grain and Food of all kinds. Custom and Exchange work. Wheat and Corn Bought and SOLD SHEPPELE & SON Meriden, Kansas "OET GAS!! 30 DAY-HOUSE." r crra f r pn IT'S. 1713 H, PATTKS0...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

am. k. mksi:, BUSINESS ESTABLTSHKDJ 87 ) . m II A 11111 t iw o I E ll l K U M I I II U 1191 V I VV unu. ii umwij iiitm jjiuuil bUliIIMIJJ J. H. WA1TE, Hiec'v awHW mi n 9 uUIi CAPITAL STOCK $150,000.00- ansas KB Iaxv Stock ta GEO. It CAIt.SK, GEO. D. FOUL), DIRECTORS: D. T. BEALH, T. E. LADI), W. E. TIIOKNE, J. II. WAITE. Tho rap. J growth of ho Lire Stock in orosta of tho twitorj tributary to tho gnmt commercial coutnr of th l&uwiri Vnlloy ha croatoj a de,r capital to hutullothoKumo to tho ,,st advanta, for ho produoor. To moot thi, domand wo havo formod tf aliow comply mid aro fully proparod to moet all ilomaruU ot tho trad. Our nalosmon aro mon of ynara oxporiot co in hoi? P ro.spoct.vo lino momborn of tho company and diroctlv iutorontod in tho hoi disiKxulion of cvory shipiuorit niciilo to u.s. foe Working In connection withiho Famar's Fodoratlon and Alliance wo aro ablo to collect Information' that Is of great vclto Foodcrs and Balsors. ' All parties handling stok of any des...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

"T" 7 T"a hrrwtxt Wv ... ?, i the) bvt ttAmbt cciy nnt tit. 1.1 ' 4 I liLnium. con tie Newtoa Im Holiii thrm firmly, draw t.hra forward wben lylnir d.iwa, nuNhea back when ta ml I a l ti freedom of -head, kci'iimthnm rli'Hn. "X V I' NVW 'I lt.ta.la III Jlreeder of Jorwiy l'a Jo. ." '7s?l3j CsHrerry. I Newest, hardleat, moat 1 f beimlXui aud frrauttful of Vf epl)j Trifii. L Choice bwdf ftArabs, it Vlnea, rUnta, Ac. JA-HTAI-rA and Mulberry I' fieeda ari'l BeodllnKB, jinl chap. (Jlrculara free, ..-... I. C. TEM. CartdM. Ma. ( "B3VH WITH HIGH PRICES." 1 l.)Hiwlni Machine, with AUachilli lllit ...,f M.Of I :'l Hi-Ik I'ldllui ill Hcnli'.oll whii-la. 10.01. '.'lil.itwToii liiiKv,Miii vi'fi Patent Whwh ., , 1a IJh Wh,,ii Hi i.i:, UriLM Ilium ami Hxnm Ilox. 40.0U ,,'ll-TM vkdii nt'iiiH nun raienr. mora imra ia.nu A C0.rt Fowir K.f il Mill fur t-itrnicru, only HO.iKI A i'ortulilit Kocifii ami r'armcr"' Kit of Toolu . , 10. oo A4ti.M l(oal C'nrt. or Nwcll Holly Cutter.., U.UO ASM. (10 HlniflM ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

f ". v?; x r r ' - VOL. I. TOPEKA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1090. NO. 25. NOT LANH OF KANSAS, IIUT LANK OF ILLINOIS. Hon. Edward Lane of Illinois In a speech made In the National Houbo of Representatives, very much surprised Chairman Dorsoy of tho Committee on Ranking and Currency, when ho Inform al him that half of tho National banks of tho West to-day are loaning half their Capital on farm Mortgages. Ho also put this pertinent Inquiry: "Is it not known to all lawyers that tho Supremo Court of the United States has lately decided that notwithstanding the fact that' the charters of National banks prohibit the loan of the funds of such banks on real estate, yet if a bank makes Buch a loan on real estato to bo secured by mortgage, such mortgago can bo fore closed In the courts, and tho party who executed tho mortgage is estopped from setting up the defense that under the law national hanks are not allowed to loan money on real-estate security?" Whereupon this Nebraska Monopolist...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 February 1890

THEE ADVOCATE. FAUMUIltt TAKH ACTION. Tho Ia Mivcnworih County I'minei-n' Al liance Mule their (irlevnmv and Demands Tor Itdii-f. Tonoanoxjk, Kan., Feb. .'5, 1H!X). Tho Leavenworth county Farmers' Alliance J a. meeting Irx Tonganoii Kim. Saturday Feb. Jut HV'W. All tho nub-alliance were fujly riiprrtw'vtttd by delegates. The meeting hold all day, the action of which in embodied in the following rosloutlons. ViiAAtAiiv The financial policy of thl gov ernment ha tou euch, tluit tho circulating medium has contracted until it in insufficient to moot the lurunopn demands of the country, causing depression of agricultural indus tries, and placing tho wealth producer nt tho morey of tho money power; therefore be It " IUjolved, That we, the Farmers, Alliance and InduHtrial Union of Leavenworth Coun ty, Kansas, endorso tho articles of agreement of the National Fannoru' Alliance and In djHtrial Union of America adopted ut St. Louis on December C, as net forth in the following demands: 1. That...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

VOL. I. TOFKKA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 11)00. NO. 2C. CORRUPTION IN POLITICS. ('oimiiui)ii'iiti'(l. There (iro certainly Home sinirular indi cntioiiH of the tendency of political thought at tlo present day. Whether they should bo considered an tho humor of tho American nature, or regarded lu ft serious light, or omens of coming evil, tho next act may show. Tho prneiplo upon which tho republic in founded in free and virtuous suffrage. All our irimitivo sages and statesmen havo de clared tons, their posterity, that tho govern ment cannot outlivo a debauched and venal ballot. The leader of parties to-day re iterate the Maine teaching. Do they attach tho sumo meaning to their words that our forefather used, or do they indicate ft dif ferent phaso of general thought? Tho use of money at election wan denounced by our ancestors as tho fouh'Ht corruption, and they jiredicted .'iul 1cIhi.h!, hat if tho .--io became ho accustomed to tho practice a to tolerate it, the government should...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

COItUKSrONDKNCK. Fiur.Ni McLaixin: Wo will organize Hovcriil lodges In tho county J nut as noon its tho organizer citn como nnl 'Id the work ami when tluit 1 done I inn going to make a special effort to p;'t you up a good subscription list for the Advocate, Your special edition was a. dandy and tho folks aro w(dl pleased with It. I presume your ads. helped you out on tho expense. Youth, W. V. Mausiiam,. Let the Voice of the People Thunder. We Grange No. 415, of Miami county, at a regular session of their Orange on Feb. Oth 181)0, adopted the following reso lutlonu and have taken tho necessary Btvpa to put them Into effect: Hicmoivicd, That a requisite number of copies of tho platform adopted by tho conferenco committees of tho fit&te Grange and Farmers' Alliance, bo formu lated into a petition. And that tho exec utive committee of tho State Grange be requested to endorse tho same and send tho namo to every Hiibordlnato Grange In tho Btate, w ith tho request that they be circulat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

3 sense of this House that tlio "Ways and Means committee should report at an early day, and It la hereby requested bo to do, by bill or otherwise, a plan and rate of taxation by which at leant $130,000,000 may be raised annually on the Incomes and salaries of all persona, corporations, trusts and associations, In excess of $5,000 per annum; and that wool, coal, Iron-ore, Halt, lumber, slsal-grass, Jute, hemp, dye stuffs, and such other articles of raw ma terials as the commltteo , may designate, bo put upon the freo list, and that the taj 1(1 rates on all the manufactures of any such articles bo put upon tho freo llHt shall bo correspondingly reduced, bo that tho consumers shall get tho benefit of such reduction. And that all tariff duties bo bo adjusted as to ralso no moro revenuo than shall, together with all tho other revenues now provided by law, and hero in contemplated, bo sulllclent and neces sary to meet tho financial requirements of tho government economically adminis tere...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

.1 TX:IX3 ADVOCATS. with the Trusts In control, for undcrthclr a tyiUmt Wit of production la reduced to minimum. Hut how would all Una help the fanner? Nations do not buy food to nrn'Cul.-itft noon, hut to out. They buy Ju:it as llttlo as they can got along with and buy that llttlo where they can buy It the cheapest. Liverpool prices do not pay tho American fanner actual first cost of production of hU grain. However, this article waa not Intended to be a discussion upon tho tariff question. We come now to the vital question Would tariff reform, or free trade even. bo allowed to benefit tho people? I think not. Between tho American farmer with hi food pro ducts and foreign nations with their goods, there stands a solid phalanx of Importers and Importing Merchants Tho same may bo said of tho whole of our vast army of consumers. Theao Importers aro of tho aame human nature and possess tho same spirit of greed and avariclouflncfiaaa do tho members of our American Trusts. They aro suscep...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

TIM! - ADVOdATll.. IVlUMh'lltt' ALLIANCE- AM) DlSTltlAL UNION. IN OFiriCIAXi DIIUCCTOHV. National Ifurmor'a AHIawor and Industrial Union. I're.ilileut-L. I 1'otK Waahhirton, P. C. Vlce-l'rex-D, II. Clovku Cambdf, Kan. Secretary J. II. Tuun kh, Washington, D. Q. Treasurer-!!. W. Hickman, lY.xico, Mix. Lecturer -IIki. Taint kix, Washington ! 0 . XXKCUTIVU COUNCIL Three years-It. A'. rAm, Maion. Ilia. Two years Isaac McChacke.v, Ark. Cue year Evan Jonks, Dublin, Texas. KXKCUT1VV C0MMITTB8 C. W. McCun ic Washington P. 0. Alonzo Waiidam; Huron, Bouth Dakota. J. F. Tillman, Palmetto, Tenn, KANSAS STATE 0WICEI13 rresldent-JJ. II. Clovkh Cambridge Kan! Vlce-rrcB.-W. II. Biddlk, Auirtiata, Kans. Secretary-J. B. Fkkncii, Hutchinson Kans. Trea'turcr-U. Bauohman, Burrton Kans. Chaplalri-J.r. West, ratterscn Kans. Lecturer A. E. DiCKlNflOJT, Merlden Kans. Assistant Lcct. VAN B. I'KATn Kit, Neutral Ks. ooi keeper J. E. Williams, . Ecntley Kans. Ass't Dooskeeper-A. W. Tatlok, Newton Ks. BerUtrArms...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

THE ADVOCATE I'liJililn d JCvcry Tluirivhy by tlio ADVOCATE PUDLISHIIJG CO J. I'. 1,1 M Kill! It N Kit,' TOPEKA, 4 Kditoiu P.UHINKHrt MANAillC KANSAS. ( Enterml on second class nutter in the Pun Oilico at TopekA, Kansas. ) TiutMH ok MunscmrriON Ouo Cojiy Ono Yt'iir tl. TwelVO COlll'd OIIO jciif f 10,00 Clubs of Twciit y copies or over, 1.80 eac Advertising Katcvi. lH.Mpluy Mutter, loeents pur lino, Agate mea (ii'i'iai-ia (ll iiiii M lit tin' inni) KciutliiK Nntlres, aicniM per lino, AtliJrini all rommimli'iitlniiH Id tin A3V0CAIE PIISLI3IIING CO. loiieka Kaniti HANTA Vli llOUTK. TOPEKA TIME 'T All LK In Meet on nut! After September 20, 18H1). WKHT HOUND. Arrive Leave THAINH. tinu i'riuicinKj Express. AriniiHiH City ,fe Texas Express, Mexico it Sun Diego Express, Denver V, Utah Express TopekA Express, U.Wpm ll.GOpm 12.05 n. , 1.H5 pi 7.J50 p m TOI'KK A l2.Uou 12.05 a m 12.JH)pm 2.00 p m EAHT-UOUND. Atlantic I'liiress New York Express.,., ('uiciigo Expruss Raima City Express. . i.M A ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

the AiDvoajvrrj. tarifT and resubmission, and tho other r'iJo issues that are attempted to bo1 thrust Iwfore tho people, wore actuated by a single spark of sineoryv could have much more charity , fy'': their poor ignorant souls than wo r ( have. Tho objct of all this rantit.vis too transparent Tho attention of tho people will not bo diverted by it. Tho game will not win. Tho people do not boliovo that an average reduction of four or fivo per cent, in tho tariff schodulo would bring relief to tho profitrato industries of tho country. Tho war in ended. Tho bloody shirt has Happed in tho breezo until it in whipped into shreds and blown to tho four corners of tho globo. Tho far mers' alliance, which is gathering into its folds all of tho laboring elements both whito and black, in tho north and in the south, will settle tho raco question to tho satisfaction of all par ties except tho politicians. Tho ques tion of prohibition has already been disposed of, and is no longer an issue in Kans...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

TI-I23 JT VOCATE. h support Whilo ovory individ v..l ixny not bo fully satisfied with all th i details of any ono of these plans, it u important that all unito in thp tuppoctof that which lias receivod tho largoct endorsement. The de mands which woro mado tho basis of agreement between tho Farmers' Al li.-meo and Industrial Union and tho Knighta of Labor at St. Louis in Do comber last, havo received almost uni vernal endorsement by all tho various labor organizations of tho country. These are published in Tim Advocate worv week under tho head of "Our Platform." Those ' should bo mado tho basis of ix'titiori'is from ovory sub-alliance in tho country; and, dispensing with all other schemes, tho million co of tho ontiro order should bo concenti nted upon thoso, and their enactment into lawn bo insisted upon an tho only result that will bo accept od by tho people. Whenever a mem ber of Congress or of tho Stato Legis lature or other 'ofllcial places himself on record either as opposing o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

TX-I3E2 33VOCA.T13.. (Carrtupondrnce Continual from pug 4.) Wr.tvf Plain, Kaunas, Fob. lSth, isoo. EJifor "Tho Alv(x riU',"Toiji k:i, Kaimai. DcaA 8ik and UiiOTUKii: -Your "mum- . plo copIcH" Jufit received thin afternoon. I regret very much that they .wero delay ed by being "mlssent" as It was nt.imiifii by some pmt-Minuter. After a cartful perusal of your paper, I desire to extend to you iny hearty thanks for the Introduction of It In our midst, and for the Batlsfactlon I expect to receive by circulating $ueh an ercekrt paper. I havo nent for "sample copies" of var- .Jou papers, la order to induce our inem- bers to read more, arid give them an op portunity to select from a largo number, but am sorry to Bay w e are bo poor wo havo not subscribed for any yd, but am confident I can Bend you a few names as Boon as these copies aro deponed of. At any rato I'll work for your paper. It beat - any paperl have read. The agreement of the Orange and Al liance Committee's demands was adopted ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

II ho Aovh ho Ihu utii'lleil history with -vory Kttlo profit. 'The Biimo tlanH who gave awuy mill Ions of awn of the people' lumlu to cor poratlons; who pitsMnd tho umirpatlon act tivi tho net to Htrcnthcn tho public trod - It, which doubled tho pureluibliig power of nionov. and dimliilHhed by one-halitno " ability of the debtor cLuw to meet their ".'.tiiMiimiu. v)ui l'Ktroi'i'(l our irauionai currency that express companion might snore cnnll v robtm; who jnvo uh a Bybtem of baukln by which a few Individual uro endowed with the novcroin power -of compelling urt to puyliitoront on their promlrto to pay, in flhort wIiohc every act Is In' favor of tho predatory chwH; that cnin .iiiuu nn In Mower mid will remain - there as long uh wo make brlcka without , , etraw; an long an wi; remain In the attl , tudo of beg.;ara for that which of right 'liMnnfMto u3. and which wo can flexure w.-.p,- - , If we but havo the manhood to mako tho attempt. The above U an extract from a commu ,rJf..it!(m n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

! TI-IE ADVOCATE. 1 1 am- mjj- BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1871. j. it waitk. T El. B Iffl LIVE Sill inn COiPAHY. CAPITAL STOCK $150,000.00 ECansas City - Stock - Yards. DIRECTORS: GEO. It IJAItSK, GEO. I). FORD, D. T. HEALS, T. E. LADD, W. K. TIIOUNE, J. H. WAITE. Tho rapid growth of tho Livo Stock intoronta of tho territory tributary to the grout commercial contor of ibo Missouri Vnlloy hm croatod n dommd for capital to handle tho same to tho hoist udvautuL'.s for tho producer. To moot thin demand we have formed the uhove company, and are fully prepared to meet all demands of the trade. Our wilosmou are men of years oxporionco iu tlioir respective lines members of the company, and directly interested in the best disposition of every (shipment made to us. Working In connection with tho Farmor's Federation and Allianco, wo aro ablo to collect Information that Is of groat valuo to Foedcrs and Raisers. All parties handling stock of any description, respectfully requested to correspond. Met p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 February 1890

TX-I33 ADVOCATE. tit-., , fr - '-ii r Tallr) how to hrmxi the twwt. hrnl copy tut trim. J. J lirnrborn bU. " CO W;i WITH HI6II PRICES." nft ,IUJI HkwIiik Miti-lilim, Willi AlKu llllli liU ... f IS. 00 4 imi-lli CUMi'ini hclilM, nil wlu-i'lh 10,110 A tint (HI liip Hnrp-y, Murvi ri I'Mi-nl Whi-i-ln IIIV.ilO A ! Wiiuoii Miiilii,llni Hi-Mill mill Hi-nlll llOI,. 40.00 A l-T WHK..n Hralo Hint I'moril Htm-k Km H-l A C1O.O0 I'owi.rK.-i'l Mill fi.r I-niii-r. -inlv iiMMI A I'oiOiWn Kurtrn and Kanm-in' Kit of Tool tu.m A 10.00 lfrml-m-t. orHwHI Hoily Cutter IJ-"'! A til. 4)0 Hlntflil llnkT lliirli- iJ A Klil-lh Hi'in nml rliilforni H.-iiIh A 4-lk Kmnlly or Mum Mi-nln, with lr Hi-nnp 1.00 t'ilou"i and I''1' " ' ' ,0,K) ""''' nrtl.-li-ii mtnt tn. AOiueiw IIU'AI.O Mt'AMi CO., t'k!g. Ill go;iey Fu'k POULTRY AND BOOKS WORTH THtH WEIGHT IH COm iv mail nwiu run a r in rm.i iiwimi i n litlr linlili- In Vnurj orh,llliilrnl-.l, f ,'tt Hum III I'miil.! uil Umw trull, MM, .--i Ami-rlmn l.l Nlnrk Mtiniui l...

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