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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

13 tho amount marketed. The third column I of Uures represents the consumption of the total crop in twelve months, one-twelfth each month, (trul shows oppohite each mouth the local value of tho u loss amount of that year's crop consumi d at tho close of that month. Tho thin! column of figures in made by mibtractiiitf tho value of tho tfroas aiiiount consumed at I ho clone of each month from tho valuo of tho rosK amount marketed at that date. For example, tho valuo of tho amounts marketed In Septum, her, October, November and December are Hit added together, showing the tfroH valuo of tho product marketed up to December ll to be .'JXI,'.HI0,1U1.'J. Of this amount, in four month, tho valuo of actual eonsump lion ban been lOl,M:.Ht)0, leaving a Tiet pro duct to tho valuo of f.KJ.Hltl.U.JO fordejiosit in tho warehouses at tho cIomo of that month, providetl every cotton producer in tho whole country aviuled himself of tho provisions of thin bill. ( )n tho aist of August tho value of tho ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

14 PROVES IT!! For 120 EAST SIXTH Tllia LOB AD OJP "THE ODD" i llaruain (livers In Clothing 1 Held by Having hiuull Kxpeiiue ! A $8.00 ALL WOOL SUIT. 50c PAMT SHAPE OVERALL $1.50 "NEVER RIP" JEANS PANT. the Boys-A ?gS SftST1 A YEN I IK, TOl'EKA. If ii.li tiiin Alll'iiu-fi 10xc)wun C. Oni.ilal Dlnvinry. BOAIfJ) OK MltKCTOHS. Proftlfli'ht-O. H. ltKNSO.V, JI.IVCII, KilllS. Viet) I'ri.i.--J. K. T. JIocsk... ..Clovcrdiilc, " IVcretury-II. W, Hanihjsky Topeka, " TreMuivr-L. I'. Kino, Topeka, " F.nwi.N Hnvok.u,... (Malotwa, " KXKCUTIVK COMMITTICK. L. V. KlNri.nialrm.in Tannehlll, Kans. A. V. JIavjch Topeka, " 1', H. U.wi.kv Cullsta, " JUDlCIAUY COM M IT'i'KK, A.W. IlAVK.s Topeka, Kims. II. W. Handuhkv " " UP, Kino " " Hiihie!is Al:nt -?. A. TV MM, UD r-ist 7th. St. fojH'kn, Kans. IJvo Mock CoiuiiitHHloii Agent, 1'.1VIN HNV IKit, Stock Yards, Kansas City, Kansas, drain Commission Merchant, H. 15. HlOOS K Co., Kansas City Missouri. Ol I U IAI.. All Ktitlorm or memorials to tlio United States...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

15 HANTA I K UOIJTIJ. TOP KK A THIE TABLE I'.lTeet mi Hiul after September 1T, 1M. WKST l.tL'M. LoilVO Br.lIUV UOM'S A M i l I A I1'V -Hants, Kcllnso Herd House. -'. Kansas Ave Topcka, k.niH. In II. ( , Sp.Tr, THAlNrt. Sun 1'rnneinco Kxprenrt. Arkuimus City A, l'oxan Mexico it San Piejjo Kxir'MH, Petivor.v, I'tah Kxpres Tnpcka Kxpres, Arrive TOI'KK A ll.M)pm ll.GOpm 12.05 n. I.:t3 pin 7.:) p m lOI'KK A liOiam 12.0ram 12..'M)pm IS) p in T. 1. Tli.ti lirr, It. M. liane, I I'rehlitcnt. hccrcUrV. Tic Touch Commercial Security Co., uu ajnjat avoniu, lopnm, make liberal udvanccs. kIx months to one year. nt reasonable rates on ai'nroved stock wilo notes or other U'hmI collateral, llinl allow Interest on tllllll deposit, HAST-IMHJNI). o.Ma in ii.'JOpm IVJt) p in 7.00 am At.liinl.ic Kxi.renH 4.U) n in New York Kxn'HM,... 2.1)0 p m Chicntfo Kxprem o(X) p m Kuiihiih City Kx press . . llm wkkn Toi kka, Atchimom a nr. ,,,H"' Sun Francisco KxproK A. Topcka, ll.itO p m Col. ,1 Sau Piepj Kip. " " l...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 April 1890

TXXIO ADVOCATE. Killing of tho Jiiitti l.iry If irl. Jim tin) IVcBMcnt of tho tttato Alllanec t!iO power to grant a Hpeiial dtapenrtatlori or ruling to admit Into tho alliance per VAWAi who ari In nynipalhy with tho canno but aro excluded by tho eligibility cIuuhc of tho coriHtltutlon ? If bo will you pleaHo prevail on him to grant Hub-alllanccH tho right to tako In such permum. Itulinr. No. Tho coiiHtltntlon doen nut five tho lronhU'iit that power. iVrnonn living in Incorporated citb'H aro not eligible under our Btato coiiHtltutioii. iVmoua engaged In wholemilo or retail bunlnewi whether It h milling, buying and polling grain, Htock or nu'rehandlulng ary not eligible. No alien In eligible to inemberHhlp In tho Faruiern' Alliance ami ImliiHtrial Union. Suspended or expelled mcnibern aro not untitled to any beneltrt from tho alii anew whllo Htmpended or expelled. , A member four mouths in arrears on account of duen, Btandu Biwpondcd, wheth er ho has tho paim or not and In deburret fr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

VOL. f. NO. 1)7. TOPE K A, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 11190. Id PAdEH. INGALLS' PUBLIC RECORD. An Absolute ami Open Violator (if tin' Known Sentiments of Kiiiihiim People on tln National Hank (nestlon None Ni'iircr to Their Vital Interests Than This Iniportaiit One, So I'ttcrly Pi'Hlnictivf ol' What Pertains to Their Wiliest Present iiipI ProNperllvc Weal - Words of IVai'i' Ami Concord rttrri'il on tin1 bay of Ills Second SniNatiiiiial Vlrtor.v, Hut How Entirely at Variance With 1 1 in Vehement iiml Minri't'iil Matri'M'H On Chief Justice lloi'ton of tht Supreme Court. Of What Mi cr of Spirit Is Thin Ml- llolctlc Assassinator of Public Men? ' JOHN .lAMI'.S I NO ALLS NKWHl'.U'KIt TltlMTV. Tho Now York World, a loading domo i initi(! daily newspaper in this country; wlhO Hutchinson Xcirx, wlilrli is counted republican in its politics, und tho Atchi Hon (Hobo, which in u political neuter, arc tho tlirco papers which have presented tho Ingalls photographic, interview, and thin fact demoun...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

TI-X.B ADVOCATE. TllOi: ilf'f.H OS MISCKLUMIOI'SHI'IUKCTS, liiciiKlFM), JCansns, Aril lH'K). hi; id timic. Tho seed time Ih considered of all, the most important season of the year for all uxrlcultuml people, for if wo fall ti) Im prove that timo by how in;; properly wo can have no reason to hope for a success ful harvest. Wo consider tho winter months In tho prairie country tho mental seedtime for the farmer and bis leisure time nhotild bo spent In tho careful peru Hal of agricultural Journals, studying all plans and then selneting Uioho ho may tlvosi most applicable to his situation and circumstances. If these months wore well improved by uh wo Hball 11ml ourselves fully pro pared for tho practical seed tlmo which now JiiwiiM upon us, There aro many Im portant matters for our consideration. What shall wo plant? J low ahull wo plant? ."When, whero and how much nhnll wo plant? These uro vory lm por ta -at points for tho farmer now, and oa pocially so, Hinco wo aro in thia now and un...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

3 Trutiil Thrlr KftWt. A lni.it is a combination of capital co operating together for tho purpose of de stroying competition in any certain line of Industry, and for reducing tho wages of their operative to a minimum; thin they accomplish by tho Importation of foreign labor, and by suspvnding tho operation of their factories or looms, for a given period of time. When all tho factories of a certain klad throughout tho country aro suspended for only a short time. It will create a demand for tho product of thono factories and tho print will advance, and their operatlveH, hav Ing been deprived of employment, aro driven by tho lash of poverty to resume work at less wagoH: thus they reduce tho cost of production and obtain better prices for tho products of their factories, hence they grow richer and tho poor man grows jHKirer, henco tho tnintt that have absorbed tho Junt earnings of our people and sown broadcast tho seeds of pnva tlon. and those seeds have not fallen by tho wayside, but h...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

4 ADVOCATE. ( l' milium! tnini tit l"Hr ) tinuunco. If a liirnior owns United Slates bonds why niiiy not ho dcpomt them (it Washington and huve tho privilege of taking homo with him !K) jmr coat of the amount in notes guaran teed by tho government to loan to his neigh bor lit tho rate of interest allowed by the luwn of tho state in which ho resides? Kim )ly because under the law such ii pri vih'tr" is restricted solely to national banks. Tho currency of thirt country in it life-blood and congress has put it in tint keeping of soulless corporations, who may increase or lessen its Mow as their interest dictates or their ca price suggests. They can make money cheap to-day and dear to-morrow. The property of tho country nnd it k entire busi ness are at tho mercy of tho system. I allli m th it from the very day of the or gani.ation of the national hanking system to tho present timo it linn warred incessantly upon the rights of tlm people; that it him boon ungrateful and hellish, and lum ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

T1-X33 ADVOCATE. 5 1878 who voted for Ingnlls ou tho home stretch for senator, consisting of fifty-six republicans, five domoc rata ami five greenbackors, with an aggregate majority behind them of what may be though. of thin violent empiric's pre sumption, both ho tierce and foul, beyond compare? Print again, Editor Kasloy, those words of the pictorial Ingalln, "Tho interests of the went and Houth are Identical and nhould bo unified," and then pray do not forget thin man'H utti tude on tho national bank question, bo terribly falnu to the dearest Interests of bin constituents in Kansas. Re a bane, political craven If you must, but It may not harm you much to heed at Borne time In your political career tho following an cient admonition: "Ho who dallies la a dastard, and ho who doubt h In damned!" THK STANTOIM) 1!IU,. ItH Immediate Effects, mill Its Kilt 11 re Tend encies. From an article in The J ml nut rial Aye, of Duluth, Minn., I clip tho following paragraph: Heme some Midi scheme ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE. QrnciMj Yavkh ok tiik Kanhan Static Fa n m r, u.i ' A i.i.u n i k a 5 i I n i) l m r it r a i. u .n io n Published Kvery Wednesday by tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H. M'I.am,iw, President, ) Bole J. P. I. tMKHIJUNK.lt, ItllN. Manager, VrilUrMlir VV. T. liuovvw, Seo'y Treasurer, ) 1 r"i,r" 11,1 MCUMIM ! Kl!ltorl MltS. Annik I.. Vvmh J TOPEKA, - KANSAS. ( TCnterm! ansoconJ class matter In the Post Olllce lit Topoka, Kansas.) TKUMfl OF MUIMCKIITION One Copy Ono Year MW Twelve copies dim year flO.fK) Clubs of Twenty copies or over I.HOcnch. AdvcrtiHlntc lUtm. Display Mutter, 10 cents per line, Agate meas urement (I I lines io mo men; IteiMlifltf Notices, tficonlH per lino. Address nil communications to ttiw ADVOCATE PU0USH1MQ CO. Topetu Kansas. It cost thu senatorial party who nt tcdod Vice-President Hendricks' fu neral TC) for stopping ono hour in tho parlora of tho Donnison house, Indiiunpolis, without refreshments of nny sort whatever, We, tho people, appropriated $125,...

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

We, tho people, sneezo when tho senate taken snuff. Issac Basse tt, for 5 pounds Copenhagen snuff, for use in senate chamber, J5.n0. The senate is in good health. fore are some entries in the account which will explain themselves: H'i do, corkscrew I'JO.iW 2 do.. A kI11ii:ii 1h water, plnU 3.(IU 1 box lemon 0.75 lcanoApoUlnarli 11.00 r0 pounds gnumlutcd muut 3.75 I'M ' grain quinine pills 75 W0 Strain quinine pills U Tiir senate needs n thermometer which will register tho temperature of tho Farmers' Alliance. When tho Benato neeils thoremometors it buys none but tho best, as tho books hhow: "August U 1 thermometer, $15; 11 thermometers, $15; 2 thermometers, fa While tho farmers are earning their bread by tho sweat of their brows, tho senate is worrying along with lemons and ice at tho public expense The books show that during tho months of July and August, 1888, when con gress was in session, tho lemons, bu gar and Apollinaris used by the son ato cost tho govornmont of tho United St...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

a THK JfOLToN KKCOIIDKU NKKKS LIGHT. la looking over a recent l.wiio of tho Topc.lu Advocate, ii paper Unit cliilniH to bo working In th Interest of tho raiment' Alliance, wo aro led to milt a few fiii'Ht!.ini In regard to that wor thy order und would like Thk AnvoCATK.or any one Huh In authority, to answer : Mrst, what (torn the alliance, purport to he? Second, In It a Hepurate hikI hide endent jMdtUcal organization or wan It organized purely In the Intnt cut of the far mer and fariiilnKCouiiniinlty? Them; question we simply ak for Information. Theso fpauHlloiin would bo sent to Tim ADVocATKfor answer, hut remcmberlfitf the f.'ito of Home resolution and picsttons that wen- recently sent to that pa-pi-r for publication ami which have never ai pea.red In It, In why wo refrain from Ncndlnn these. Now the Idea that we formed of the still unco ha alwnyt licen that It was for the mutual benefit of Dm farmcn ami laborers arid for the better education of the farmer regardless of any politi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

THE ADVOOATa 0 t'LOVKIt AM) HIS INTERVIEW '.!(. rrn AIvuiiri Sheet. Editor Nomo.n kokmint : You imk me In reference to Interviews as reported In Hutchinson Xeirt, a part of which is ro produce4 lu the yt. Louis (Holte-Dniu end and other papcrB. Tho main feature of that Interview was that the meeting of presidents wns com jMHd of at leant three -fourth republi cans, and bo far an my actual personal knowledge goes, tho republicans out numbered all others six to one, and every ono whoso jMditleal alliliations are op ixwed to the republican party, ho far as my knowledge extends, voted against the aloitiou of the "Ingallu resolution," ho that tho vote by which that resolution passed wan almont wholly republican. Had tho eutlro Interview Wn published by all aH it was In the Hutchinson AVrrs, a very different construction could have been put upon It. I do personally (and I believe the Far mers' Alliance and Indiuitrial Union, when tho members fully understand their mean ing, will) endorHO ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

10 ADVOCATE. CORUESrONDENOK. Alton, Kan, April 25. Editor Advocatk: -At n regular meet Irg of Pleasant Valley Kub-AlIIanco No, 1570, the plan of Brother J. 0. Otis, on ft. hodilo of minimum prico for farm pro ductn, wiifl Accepted. One moro to tho Bit. W. W. lloiJ.iNdHwouijr, Secretary. Editor Advocatk: UmcHtono Lodge No. 78fl, with an mlilition of four mom bra April 111), making her membership 101, announces her readiness to enter tho political Held In November with n largo majority of her members present, ox- pmiflod herself highly in favor of both a Ktalfl and county ticket by an almost unanimous, vote. W. E. Swkicthkr. TwkTvk Mii.k, April 20, IH'.M). Editor Advocatk: Wo, tlie Union Alliance of Smith county, took up tho Bub-treasury bill for consideration April 13. Tho voto resulted an follows: Num ber of member at that tlmo, ,'M; number present at tlmo voto wan takon on said question, 10; number for tho bill, 1); num. ber against tho bill, 7. Yours frater nally, Juktch A Miu, Le...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

It tJrutnix, Kan., April 2l, 181)0. Editor Aovocatk: Dear 8Ir and llrother: A regular meeting of Corbln Union No. 11 Ml, held Man h 8, ISM, in dorsed the agreement of Joint committee of Alliance ami Orange of January 2.1, 1H'.X), except sections 1 ami l.'l. Nx-tion 4 amended ho an to prohibit alien owner ship of mills anil factories us well as land Section 1:1 to strike out. tho words "with Ixninty to homo producer equal to tho present tariff duties." April 'JO -Tho plan of llrother F. dates was Indorsed at regular meeting to-day. Fraternally yours, I). M Damix, Secretary. Resolutions adopted liy Coronado Alii nnoo No. !)I!, and ordered published In Tiik Advocatk: Whereas, Wo desire to show ourselves worthy doscendonts of our pioneer foro fathers, who throw the tea overhoard In IJoHton harbor, ami Whereas, Wo realize that trusts and combines are more formidable and heart less oppressors than King (icorge; there foro, be it Resolved, That wo will purchase no luxuries uutd prices urn ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

Am NoATOMVILLK, May 5, 1S1K). . IliMToit Advocate: The rext meot !' I tf Atchison County farmer' allianco , . fodii.ttrlal union will b fce!d at ,.,'.V,liu;5ifrti Wednesday, Mj11, com ru:ic!n at 10 a. in. Dplegnteu from the nub-nllhuices are roqueLted to be on hand promptly at the boar named, as there will bo considerable bumlncss to come be fore tLo meeting. A. J, White, President. Rukhkix, Kan-, April 20, 19CO. Emtob, Advocate: Pleaae Insert In ; ,.!r nimble paper the following reao- V. 'wUv That the action of II. A. Al I a hi vottag Sio" In th lata County Al Hr.nco presidents' meeting, held la To j ka, on the resolution thereafter adopt ed, censuring John J. Ina'alls, Is heartily rpprovtd by this sub-alliance, No. 323, r.rvl that a cony of the resolution be acnt tkjfiAtor Ingallfl, also our county pupera. Kantai Farmer, Topeka Capital and Alliance Advocate. Sauna, Kan., April 18, Editor Advocatk: In your i&pcr you r.fj!t alllancoa to take notion In regard to the OMa plan of a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATIONAL KAU.MI Its tl.LIAM t. ANI INDl sn;iAL IMON. I'ldlililll I.. I.. I'nlk. WiihIiIii I . Vlri' Tirnlilriil. . ,, II, II. I lmt-r, uiiiliintuc, Kiin. Secretary I. II. Tumor, WiIiIiikIoii, l. C. Treasurer II. U. Illrkiimn. 1'iitli-n. Mn. I.ceiuier IIimi. Terrell, Winlilntoii, It. C. iurcnnci rnum-K - mree ycur - ic. a. i any, Mucon, MNm. Two years - Imac Mis: 'riickcn, Ark. One year- h'van Junes, lullln, 'IV x. Kreruflee Committee. - C. W, M( iim. Wash ington, i. r.: Ainiio wuniau, 1 1 id on, .Muut ii i ti kota ; ,. I', TllllllHII, I'allllcltO, 'It'll H. KANSAS FA It MICKS' AI.I.IANCIC AMI IMMTUIAL I'NION. I I. !.... II II 11 . I...I.I.... L'.... imiiii'iu ii. ' i . l mum uiK,' , Mill. Vlcc-IYcslilcnt W. II. Iwdille, Augusta, Kan. Hi'crchnv .1. II. l'icilrh. HiiLi'IiIiihiiii. Kiln. Treasurer II. Hauliiiinii, Itiirrton, Kan, Chaplain .1, I'. W est, I'liltcrson, K nil. l.iM iiiri'1' . I'., Dickinson, Merlilcn, Kiui. ,hKi i.cciuri'i . ... .ui ii, iraincr, .M'liin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

14 TII33 jfkDVOOyLTS. "Mrr liunt mikI Farmr-ril." Hiiiu.wrcur, Kan., Ajril .', ii'.MTon Advx:atk: - An nrtlcift undo ('.I -.'ttj'.2i, "Merchants owl Farmers, wMdi ftj ix arotl in your riatier of April 13, !i to directly flrod ut tho principle;- of ;) operation. that it mviurn of th9 mor I.nnt'u quill and requires nn emphatic ;':;'3wcr. i t'o-)j ration, especially in tho matte .i distribution of gocxli, has become such a hmlablo object of tho allianco, culling forth tho commendations of our ublent writers, and from tho fruit It has borne null is continually bearing, proving its success, that I can hoc no Justice: in deal It uuch n menacing blow through our favorite J .; ir. Ihj wrur taken tho ground that wo mint toady to every littlo retail dealer bo U) retain his good will and keep him in ILo with us on tho groat Ihhuob. JIo then 4'nikavora to prove that tho interests of tho dealer ami tho farmer uro identical. Now, If our Interests; nro identical why should we pay him for hia inllu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 7 May 1890

TXIjEJ advocate. 15 KAMA 11J KOUTH. TOPEKA fl'MK TAHLK. In i:ir'(1 on una after Keith-mhor Z TltAINH. WOT HOUND. Arrive Sun I'raneinoo KxirenH. ArkiUHiw City A iexiiA ExiiroHS, Mexico A Sun Dieo Express, Dourer .It Utah K.jroH Topeka Kxpress, TOI'KKA ll.GOnm 12.05 n. 7.:) p m EAST-HOUNI). Loava Tory K A 12.0Kam l2.)pm 100 p in Al.lnnl.io Express New York E.viirosH, . . . Chicago Express Kansas City Express. . 4.50 a in .X p in ;!.() p m 5.or u in 2.20 p in :.y)p m 7.00 am HeTWKKN Tol'KKA, AtCHIHON A NT. JOHKI'll, Sun Francisco Express A. Topeka, 11. 'W p in (Jul. A Sun Dioo Exp. " " lU.Ootioon Express Leave Topeka,, Express " " , 4.M n in ;,:) p m BKRKV ItOXKS A HTIH I A I.TY MuntM, &e. KcHnse Need llniiHt', ZM Kansas Avenue, Topeka, Kuiis, FAUMHllS' LUMIICU YAHI. Kvcry tiling In tlu building line at tho very low. est prices. Oct my prices heroic voti buy. Kv member the place. J. T. WILLI A. MS Cor. '.'lid ami Jackson St., Topeka, Kan. II. (' Hpccr. rirsi.i T, D. Thaehor, It. M....

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

3 0 TXXB ADVOCATE. , laonu.ssiiNO iu,nini:hs. i, l. i. ,11.1 (Jruwtli of IIkm IIurIiii'Mn of H I U.nn Ify K(4ck VurU Co. Vt ftivo Mow tho largo uml ru'dilly it UKi'Atm LuhIik'hh of the Kinnaa City l n k Vurdi roiiirmny, whono ml. on jmtfo Km, j ( Hpccliilly direct tho attention of ! :i nvti Lrctiiron who hiivo stock to , ' S, fta.l who wo think will Ami It much t- t'ji !r mlviintnj to whip to Kannun City, wlvia Buoh BplondM ricilltlea aro pre nertoil for tho rocoptlon and oaro of Htock na hy tho KiuifliM City Htock Vanln com puny. Tho following tallo will nhow tho in crouds lu their luninrHa from January 1, PJ'.Y), up to April Si, 10: 'tt(nv,'!v.'ti an-ti? r.'. 1 1 j .a over mime period of IHnl izt,'xu vcn riTi'vi'il -t.''l . .. . . .v uoii i "r.' i 'i f rm iivi-r hiiiiiii urn ui i.". , Jio; h I. (! V.!l "'-T.Hil ln iimno f ir winm period (if Imhu I'J.l'i" shvi'u mvlvi-.l 7'M: .c'i'asi; over mime, m'1'IimI of I WW 7,mo Lvo .i' ii ml miiii'M rci'i'ivi'ii . t isc over numo irlnl of It...

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