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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 March 1890

T0E333 ADVOCATE. 5 very member bo thoroughly enllghonod with accurate knowledge of the t.rtent ind atiMunt of our Uttding firm product, such as cotton, tobacco, corn, wheat, etc., us well as to havo u clear conception of our natural and legal right under the spirit ami language of tho organic; law of our Government, and to obtain such Informa tion an to fanning statistics In reliable form wo must depend upon Much re sources an an within our organl.atlon. Tho Supremo Council at the St. Louis meeting entertaining such views, enacted sections 17 and IS of tho statutory laws, hereto appended, making It a part of my duty as Secretary of tho National Kxecu tlvo Hoard to make hucIi crop reports to the President as he may require, and in pursuance of tho duties thus Imposed, I havo recently prepared and Issued a cir cular letter Hotting forth In general terms tho character of the reports expected from State statisticians, and now, In further (Uncharge of my duties, I havo prepared ouch blan...

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 March 1890

THE ADVOCATE. O 'McTAr, rArr.fi or thk Kansas Btate J A u : sun' A LU A M-K A I) 1 fl t R I A L V H I" rublblnxl Every Thursday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. McLai.mx, President, f V. 1 i m v mii n it ii. Hum. W. X. lUuWM, Hiic'y TrcOMin H. Mc Laixik Mn.ii. Ann ik U Dhkjh 1 U.,1. v! V. i.lMKlUJANRH, Hum. MAniiKr, i.ro(rt , II it, , - . torn tltors TC?D(A, KANSAS. ( Entered as second clafis matter in the I'ont ):5lou at ToiOka, Hanson.) ivAim or HUiwwurrioN On Copy Ono Year 100 Twelve copies one year I")-00 ;iubi ol Twenty copies or over, M each. Alvciillnfif IlatCM. Display Matter, 10 cents per lino, Auato meas urement (14 lines to the Inch) Ii.-tuikiK Notices, 'jo cents por lino. AOilrcH.'jiiUcoinmiJiil-'atlftiiHtotlifi ADVOCATE PU3LI3HINQ CO. Topoka Kaniai. 8ANTA FKltOUTIL TOPER A TIME TABLE. In KIct on and after September 21), lHt). TRAIN H. WliST HOUND. Arrive -.an Francisco HxnrrHH. Arkanww City A Texas ExpreMS, Mexico 4 Sau Diego Express, Denver V, Utah ExproHU Topoka, Expres...

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 March 1890

7 "Soo. 61C0. The deposit of bonds dado by each association shall b in ercJiafxl as its capital may be paid or increased, bo that very asnociation hall nt all times have oa lpoifc with tho troamiror, registered United States bond to tho amount of at leant one-third of its capital stock actually paid in." On the deposit of thin required one third of tho capital stock of any na tional bank paid in, which it will bo obsorvod, cannot bo lens than thirty thousand dollars, 00 por cent of tho aid deposit is issued to tho bank in currency. A Few Word To Our Frtondi. Sihce tho romoval of Tub Advocate to Topoka its patronngo has exceeded our most sanguiuo hopes; and wo dc iire at this timo to oxpross our high appreciation, not only of tho subntan ciol support wo havo rocoivod, but al bo of tho very many kind worda and congratulations with which wo havo boon most abundently favored. To havo publisihod a vory fow of those kind lottors, but tho mains of them wo could find no placo for in our col...

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 March 1890

1 TI-I33 ADVOCATE. .ftftTTTwT"TnmT'mf'f''rr,f,"rffr'rT'''', '"f,tj,l'i'f,'T1" ''!! J ' i'i'i': 'ji'l lipl Ifl'liii'i:! I'ljlli'l'ii! .,.,,, .wwmwBiptf.lnnn, r" ' '"I'll l '"I"' ""'I ' I "" I' '"1 ;; ; I'iiii' i:1!;"! ip (i:! liiiji; i'jiln .M-'lii !;;:'- i'ii SiJ 2-j t- !.i5" f Sfs ?1 .fi PI3 -liijE sSILmI !fcf k hSsf !S !i fas WfiS! ffi N -:i'-IT!! - sliiSi lihlii-! ifl ; V: f:ij:'ti!ll? 'If1' j'!!'11 iij1!1!' ! :Jf l' !' 'J J'!11" -'J'i i'1- A !i !! j ! f ;i ' '. ' , , ili'll'litll ijlillli! ; ' '."''" '"".''; :"i .'-V 'ryi L Belgian Throo Year Old. Weight 2000 lbs, Owned by D. P. Stubbs & Sons, Fairflold, Iowa, and St. Josoph, Missouri. The above illuHtrution is tho Black Belgian stallion, foaled February 15, 1MM. Sire, Boudouin (28), g. Hire Brilliant (III), g. dam, La Noir. Dam, Prauvrcsae (li-'Jlt), g. Hire, Uorfaut (1), g. dam, Mincrc. Bizar la jut black, weigh UOOO pounds, is very compactly built, has a lino net of limbs, flUromely heavy bono anJ wupcrb action. When boug...

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 March 1890

TI-I33 ADVOOATK 0 Knights of Labor Department. PLATFOKM Ol" rillNClTLUS. I'REAMDLE. Tit al Arming development and arrcrrfo dren&is of the power of grout capitalists anl corporationa undor ilio projiunt indua Irial ayHtom will Inevitably lead to tha pan . ixiruaUoa and liepoltwa degradation of tha toiling masses. It In imperative, if wsdesira to enjoy the full blwsinjrs of lifo, that unjunt accumulation and thin power for evil of ffreirnted wealth shall be nrerentud. Tin much domred object can be uccomnlished only by tho unitod olforts of thoua who obey the divine injunction: "In the a went of thy faceahalt thou eat bread." Therofora we have formed the Order of the Knyahta of Labor for the purprme of organizing,' educat ing and directing tho power of the iuduutrial maaHca. It is not a political party, it Is more for in it are crystallized nomiioonts and measures for tho benefit of tha whole people; but it ahould bo borne in mind, whou eiorcisinj the right of Buffnio, that moat of...

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 March 1890

Ji.JU.T AhUAUCii AND DUUXIUAtj UNION. OFFIOr AL. UIltlCOTOHY. X'Tahona.l Vimv'm Alllaaur s.nd Industrial Union. Presldrnt-L. I. FoLJC Washington, D. 0. Vk'e-Frcs.-B, U. Clove; Cambridge, Kan. Cictry-J. II. Tuhm en, Wa -Jilngton, D. 0. Treasurer II. W. IIickii Air, Puxlco, Ma. Luturer-BiiN. Tiuiikxl, Washington D. 0. KXECUTIV1 COUNCIL Thrw years-It. A. PATrr, JJacen. Mat. Two ye)ui-IsAAOM(;CiiAca:if,' Art Oneyeir Evaw Jon sb, DuMln, Tew. xxEconri committm C. W. McCuif . Washington D. a AlojizoWahdaix, Huron, South Dakota, T.F.Tulmah, Palmetto, Teun. KANSA8 STATU OFFICERS FreildentB. II. CLOVta CambrM Kana. Vlce-Pres. T. IL Bidrlh, Augusta, aana. f flcrctary J. B. Phicncu, Hutchluwin Kana, IttmuwU. Ba do a mast, Burrton Kana. Chaplaln-J. P. Wur, rattoracn Kana. Lecturer A. E. DicaiirflO, Merlden Kana. Asifotaut LocL-VajtB. Fhath!., Neutral Ks. froorksoper J. K. Williams, Bentley Kana. Ats't Dooekeeper-A. W. Tailom, Newton Ka. Corg'Ut-AnnitL.ILMAT?. DeiterKans. Business Agsnt-G. A. Tru...

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 March 1890

TCZTJ A33VO CUVT23. II f ML (FIRST DOOU NOIiTII OF BABCOCK & PRATrfl.) Er KANSAS AVENUE, NORTH TOPEKA. A complete liuo of Footwear oonaUting of Ms, 17od's Hisses' & (Ufa's Stan -ALSO A FULL LINE OF- wm mm asjb heavy hots. OSirS, UOiTS AHD OISEES' AffiilKJ. ALL ICIHD5 OF FELT GOODS. Tliese Grood.3 Eire all ISTew. Call and See the Goods and Examine our Men's One Itollar Brogan Shoes! Boots ma Jo and raptured by tho of workmoa. V o are sola agento for tho colobratod Rockford raon'n abooaj also Ladiofj' E. P. Rcod Finfl Shoou, Rocbostor, New York. - REMEMBER THE PLACE. G. W. PETRO. v-t '. ', '1 VcmtM wanUni in ovttry town tohimtllo our Mtovo Itapnlro. OFFICIAL. All petitions or memorials to tho United Btatfi Congress from Alliancos and Unions nhould be mail ml diroct to our National Secretary, J. II. Turner, No. 511 Ninth fctreot, Washington, D. C. ThLs ia important for tho following rea aona: 1. That thia office may have a reoord of allBUch petitions, their subject-matter, the ...

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 March 1890

Cemnmtkl Bill., Cor. 11th and Mn Sti., KinmiClty, Ma B.WWiUA4 OA ' All V ng I La .nd Commarrlal Hriu-bi, I'bono, rln.T, TypWrtUnf, odraUtiiM,Ira.ln,at.,Uiia-ll A Wt ru. Uiwurjl A1 r... !. No Vr Hone CU. rrt. HTH. U Ull or a4- ROSE LAVJJ FRUIT FARM. boulinrrv rums, crape vwes. ah kind UlldlTlllilij of small fruit plant it Vary Low Prlcss. Special rates to Farmers Clubs. Write for I)MorlitlY I'riou lAmt. DIXON & SON, NIOTAWAKA, Jackson County, IUnna. PATENTS. TRADEMARKS. COPYRIGHTS and nil other matter in rvlution thereto promptly atU-nded to by James U. Young, attorney ut law, notary publio and patent solicitor, rooms U2, KS and G4 2In.ll building. Hw ft" association attorney in Washington. If you get tired elcswhere, call and soe how enny it is to get a patent when you start right. I'rice for patents $i'-0, including preliminary eiuinluations and tlrawinz. Kansas City, Mo. L. 1 V V V UNACOUAWTIO WITH TMi OIOOMFMV CP VMS COUNTS Will WTAIM MUCH INFOftMATKM FNOM A STUDY Of TMUMAf Q...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

I1 v. J r VOL. I. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1800. NO. 31. CO NT U I U UTO US DEPARTMENT. AN OPEN LETTER. It:i K. ISth St., Kansas City, Mo. To liito. W. V. Mauhhau, : Your pamphlet camo safely to hand, and I have been very deeply interested in its perusal, ami mint congratulate you upon your having to some extent, solved tho perplexing problems which now con front u. Iain also gratified -to notice that, ah far a yon go, you agree in tho iain, with my views a expressed In tho articles "7V ll'g inning of tht End" and 47 Mr. Mill Infalliblef" published in Tine Aovocatk and also tho article en titled "Economic Paradox?" published in the Kansas Farmer. Uut I cannot agree with you in, all your promises rind conclusions. 1st. You eay thoro "will bo under your syBtom " rich vita an voir." Tho vast accumulation of wealth in tho hands of tho few, la tho crying veil of the day. I think I see where your mistake lieu capital (so- called) I. o. money to food labor while on- gaged in pr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

t.1 .. wt y to the brothers in reference to thin HM such conduct won't do. It might do if wo expected to have boescs make our platforms for uh and represent us la tho interest of those platforms, but that not tho Men upon which the ulllAnee bused. The alliance In based upon U Ul.Mi that tho people will bo their own lk)Hnou and muke their own platformn ami appoint tiK'iT of their own choosing to stand upon thow) platforms. Coiiho mieutly nil should bo up and doing. Tho member of tho alliances should ntudy tho various questions of reform propose for tho correction of existing evils, give their opinions in regard thereto in their assomblairos, come to a common agree ment upon all the questions they can and rejM)rt tho subkttanco of their agreements to tho paper having a general circulation ;among the alliunceH. Unlaws they ilo that how in tho order art a whole to know what the part of which it Is composed do iro? The time hart fully arrived when wo should be playing ball, boys; then le...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

growth, you see. Aj the tree grown ut loth ends, by sending it 4 roots deep Into tho soil, gathering sustenance and strength by which it throws out Its um brageous foliage into tho atmosphere above, ho our society sapH tho ntron;h of tho competitive syste: tltt oie hand and strengthens ciyuporattoo ily(f on the other, By becoming a competitor with others hi tho cnply umnt of labor hi tho general hdr market und according to ho prevailing methods, iUheroby adds the people to its member ship; thus, as it were, not only removing weight from on end of tho beam, but adding it to tho other. In order to avoid confounding these credits with various schemes of financial visionalres, from John Iaw to tho modern tiatlst, tho reader will please jioto very carefully tho dealing In tho articles it production and exchange are )o,vvuen ho association and tho mem bers, If a shoemaker makes hoots' and shoes at his homo ho must sell them to tho Association, and not to his fellow members, Tho noton rece...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

MONfY BASED ON REAL E3TATE. Senator Stanford' Novel Propoiltlon and Colonel Van Horn' Com- menb Upon it. In this morning' Kaunas City Journal, Colom l Van Horn write from Welling ton regarding Senator Stanford' view upon tho currency. It 1m ut once a surprise and the holdout, Most liberal nnd radical utterance on the money question that has come from any man In public life but to come from a millionaire thirty time told, I a revela tion and almost a revolution, writes the colonel. It Ih tho first time I have ever heen from that class a proper comprehen sion of money. Henator Stanford Hays: "I can sec no reiiHon why land, or town property, having attained a permanent vuluo a Indicated by tho assessor' esti mate, or ascertained by Impartial valua tor, might not be lined aa currency with as much confidence as tho paper obliga tions of government or an the metal pro duced from mine." lore Is tho repudiation at tho outset of the myth of gold and silver, or metal as money, that ha been th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

a ' i 0- 'l 5 ) r" :"1 government waroh.oum.tii and loaned money to th farmers of Silesia, who wore imjx)verinhed and in distress, nnd all know who road tho history of that time that It had a most beneficial result And an early na MH tho French republic had a system of warehouses not unlike that proponed by tliiu bill, and re eently thin warehousing of product has been credited with enabling tho French people to pay tho Herman indemnity, and with tho heaviest per capita debt in Europe, being tho most Independent and prosperous yeomanry in tho Old World In Mexico they havo tho national monta tie jdidad, that in a modified form of tho French system. Ho that tho plan In not without precedent and not without favor ablo tent. Ono of the objections comes from habit, Wo havo beconio ho accustomed to re garding external things an calling for government notice, that wo aro expend ing the energies of tho nation, its taxing jx)wer ami Its rovenucs for that which In leant of our Interests and b...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

5L rtlm vigorously pueWV tht?ro Tt-re 2V1 failuro, with It lotfil 'loss of ' '1808. DuH,ojiiiiii,ioor,8173,K),OW)of money vr&n lit d't'royod, and failures In- creased 16 fc.fjOU, with n loss to creditors of CiH,tM,(X)0. Money began to lie tight, bJ Yinanci-.il "spasms" woro frequent. 'IBM. During th in year over e.jiX,(X)0,000 "of monoy prwwvf into tho cremation, pro ducing 2,71)0 Misiij'B failures, and a Iohh 'of 84r,tt4,Ml .Money grow tighter 'and wog'eVU'er. 1871). V.iin year e07,(XX),000 of money Vus 'octroyed, and 3,IWl failures took IpVo, Involving a Iohh of $88,2ttim ivloney very scare and wages of labor wero roduood all ovor tho country 1871. Thlrty-Hvo millions of Wioc'y thin year In retired, with tM 'failures and a loss of $3.r,2r0)00. More men out of work and wages cut eWfvn. 13R72. Only about &12,0X),XX) wan de stroyed this year, but such has been the strain upoVi tho buslnoss of tho country 'forth VlHt nv0 yCirH that this proved tho-l!v?'t straw to 4((X;i) busin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

V socialism forever In any country, ami leant of all la the United States, without making tin Inconvenient multitude of converts, who w ill reduce thodoetrine to practice In t hir own way. It In fortunate, Indeed, for tin order that a tfrcut nictrojsMitan journal has ho clt'nrly pointcil out the legitimacy of thin tfreut nicuMiirc of relief. Those yho have heretofore stood aloof, and have not become Identified wltli the movement for fear of adverse lejjal interpretation, can now take an active part wltlnut tiny such misgivings. In fact, the admissions quoted above, together with tho proofs of their correctness ho specifically lall down, are moat opportune, ami can not fail to he of lasting benefit ti the organ ization. It removes at ont o the objec tions w hich, to Homo extent, had obtained regarding its being an Innovation upon present lawn and conditions, and place the proponed system wholly within the houndrtof constitutional law, and there fore entitled to the respect and consid...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

a THE ADVOCATE. OlTtCIAI. YlTTLIl OF THE Kanaa Statr FA HMICIIH' A UJ A N: K A !1 0 1 M DCS 1 HUL U N 10.-. I'ubliHluvl Kvery Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H. Mtf.AU.iV, President, ol! .1. I". 1-fMKIIIIItNKK, Huh. Manager, .. . . W. T. Hkown, Hsc'y Treasurer, ) ' u,u S. Mcl.AM.IM f MlW. AM MIC h. IIUH TOPEKA, Kdltors KANSAS. ( Kntoril uh socond duns mutter In the Post tJI'looatTopeka, Knnims.) TICKMS OF ttUHMCKU'TlON Due Copy One Year I'00 Twelve copies olio year .110.00 Clubs of Twenty copies or over, M each. Advertising llnt.CN. Display Matter, lOccutf per Iin, Aato men--ti-fiiifiiL (It lined to thH hieh) Heading Notices, 11) crnt i per line. Address all lomnnnilcatlons to th ADVOCATE PUSLISMIPta CO. Toptka Kanm. Senator Vorhees aIJ fiomo good and truo tiling ia his senate npoech of March 20th, buthiafirtt remedy for tho etils ho EO poworf ally painted fails to merit th ulaco ho awards it. Tariff reform m a panacoa is as much a quack remedy an is high protection. Senato...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

torcits intho future. Tho fact is, thero appears just now very littlo difference in tho "musty" odor of tho two baits which aro presented to tlio farmer. As tho republican party is tho domi nant party in Kansas it in only ilocvs nary to show that tho claim of tho Champion is not well founded, for re publicans are no wvll HaiiNflod of tho iniquity of tho democratic party that thero is little danger of their rallying to tho ranks of that party when they cut Iooho from their former corrupt fiHnoeialions, Tile (fhrinipiAn cdncedes tlio r.mlity of tho griovnneos of tho farmer arid that their redrew would involvo "a radical change in some of tho lenders of tho party" and wo aro glad to note that John J. Ingalls is regarded as ono of this clans of leaders. Tho Champhin will hardly dciiy liiat the cause's of tlio present depres sion of all industries, aro very largely of a legislative character. Wo shall assume and attempt to show that they depend chiefly upon four specific nets, and that t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

i.v.;:-,u S. M. Scott, organizer for ,.:.f and Smith county, says like to have tho photograph T L';'i liini, if thorn in one Who can i it his record, 71 sub organizations fifty days. Market Reports.. liuLKKrvv.n latent market rcxrUj, ,nU ho published in tho Advocate rcveivod up to time of going to press. Owing to publication day being earl i .. fthitn usual thin week wo fail to l.ivc them. Keports of loth grain , : nd stock will ho furnished us hy tho i-ynnts of ih State exchange nnd will ! correct. A few day ago some wicked and f.oddlesomo uowspnpor rorMuters took it into their heads to find out what ( t turret M'Hsionists of tho U. S. son ... ) were docidiiur outrht to ho dono I'k tho "inconvenient multitude." '.VS."reat tho S. S's wero greatly ; .ndiilized, and undertook an invos '.i.ption, at a cost of several thou .. ids of dollars per day, to discover t'vd foul traitor, who undertook to tell i.ho lmhlic what was iroing on behind ncones. Tho villian is still at large. Amono oth...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

ury system, all tlmt STipf.lcrooflt hy tho(h organization ar'l yAo'rAizalifnll industry will pef7 feefiahtry rr tho nnvls 6T the tittV3klV. ' . j ( , fl ' ' jfho nlliVuTtiant irst insiou the rciiifdial Kntion mentioned alve, and then tbgh thoir beneficent or ganization py must dovolopo hiich torder fw 1 grow out' of tlio Grout Exchangstom, tho Otis Schedule of farm prii tho warehouso system, cumnlatiinxation, and such other construct wdrk as will balance ronKhriipt' find pnjilrietiorii; vi , ; . nviTn.JtuTU'm, March to, imw. .IqvIkjo K J. Mils, Lcytl, 'jKifii'in's. , i - Avar Nln vo your k I n'i I J i v It :i! l"i t to n'r f u I litniaJminWVtM i'ltzetm of tli'i-, .utrcf JinH'd'ul tllNtrtiitt)fWnt(,bg litiMiUt li'tl In April, thrt kiliiic lias' bi'ti fojw;wih(it lo.uii; fr.oiji (jur l'ir('ly. ' ull prlial)y liuvis to rin'iin hti,o ,fo'Aori ws;(lmt If I rati piiMslltly itotm .1 Nliill iW'Vluly M l'f -'lllwt lrini holt in tliiK tontt4'int i nifctiiiKi vi'Cf" ''si hoi rtu'i tr Krt much ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 March 1890

. Your Jf.niiM ftivt roBtoHtSfc Ad t!,.r C. A. Tyler, manager of th StaU T.i. i V'.ye,, RAyti It would much facilitate hi I'.if.'ii'i and in"ur prompt answers if cor- ' i .Kjiidout would oitfu tliwir namet to doc '.! v)M.fii, ml woulj undoubtedly mv uuuh a .u i.rty of wind to thotn who enclose drafts, ) iclnoto. with no tfuida toth identity of t!t unndwi. A Capital lion to. T" Ohio A MiHHiHflini It' i capital I ule in more than one, sense. Capital in its rn'dbwl, through car iwrvic, equlpuieut htii epccd, ns well ftH in the fact Unit it in tho (, iily through cur lin from St. Louis to rr.!limoro, Philadelphia arid New York, via Wnnhintfton. Daily lines of riillinan Vestibule) Ihiffet !le c ping Can nro run by thin company from fib. Louis to Now York without change, vin th Thdtlrnoro A Ohio R. R. Our Through Vestibule trains to Cincin nati also make direct connection with tho ct Icbrnted "F. V V. Limited" of tho Chesa peake A, Ohio Route, having through Tull-I- v. i'l -riper nud rull...

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