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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

THE -AJD VO OJVPXX. 1L A I.I.I A NI K CONVENTION. l-lK:ttc trtl (o Uim urn cit) Conven tion -uv. c. r. imciuh i c:.iU t of AIIU lll County. A convention of delegates from tin alliances of Mitchell county nit t at !! lolt, May liH, to elect four delegates and four alternates to a convention to be held at Hill City, June li, to nominate a can diilat for congress from the Sixth dis trict. The meeting was called to order by W. C Cochran, and J. V. Hlggins wan elected tcmjsirary chairman, and Luther ('row temporary secretary. A motion that tho meeting he held with chued doors was lost, and the call for the conveutlou was road. Aftor perfecting the organization, seat ing dolcgatts and tho usual preliminaries the following i.( tlon wan taken: Tin' committee on resolutions reported, und, after amendment, tho following were adopted: VVhereiiH, We, tho delegate of the Farmer' Alliance of Mitchell county In convention assembled, believing that all nteu aro created free and equal, and the coiiH...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

'jDt-223 ADVOCATE ro(;iKss !M norms'. ytr. Keyd, (if London, Cuine Here For a I'ur Ihmii' -Money I'hi'iI Ah ii CorrujiUoii Kami to J.IlWt III (Milt'il- f or Fixity-One Yrarn iVcvlousto III Visit the Stiver Dollar Wa I!.'i ou;iiI.imI Am tho l'nlt of Value. From I In1 .Journal. Auhwik the, lll!n which havo boon In trotlurctl In ronri'HH in one forthefreo coinage, of silver. It would perhaps b much bettor if u hill with Introduced ro lMfillnK all laws which are, in eonlllct with tho cotiMtltution timl eoinae, a M of 17.12, 18:17, 1K.71 and 1HU Tho manner In which the ruinate of tho Hilver dollar wan dropped from our coinago lawH wan one of tlio nioht raseally plecca of legislation of which our American conjLTeHH wan ever guilty. Tho Ihuihrr'H Mnffliziu for August, 187:1, iiiado tlio following editorial ftniiounceiierit, which, after seventeen yearn, Hounds nlgnlllnmt, now that tho silver question in being, agitated iijaln: Inis7:i, iillver being demonetized In Germany, KiiKlimd ami 1 I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

13 f VI u oiIWGPPJIYo Our Institute 1.1 the inoht complete and tikonmnh, and only Practical Ono tht World. Writ or i-aiiku-'llaia. W guarantee positions. flOADSVANT YOUNG MEN Vf. ). ROS.I.Supt Knox BMfr., Topeki, Ku. R. E. HIGGS & CO.. of 621 Exchanio Building KANSAS CITY, MO. Consignments solicited. Liberal aJvanceijmaJo. IXLWIMD IIILL . '" OVER 20.000 IN USE f Tim Company yTJ-TT f' having iIisikiim'1 jf ViV'-lC! with traveling, "I . M fl, 'A t wiui traveling.. wHy'i Hiii.'NUK'ii wiiiiii- xzJrx )Mlut rellabta fcwl iiiO'iitH. Pur- . lliy. chasing agents of AUUuwe irt-( jf feml. ....... . . . ii i l,i ' i VV .:iiiJ Send for Cataloguo ilNcrlpllvH of Power Englnot, Shellon, (Mnri.irt Pumn Plnm. Tanks Etfl. Alw J'ufiiiW'!-.Km 'iVtot-.S'nii U'iJ. TJi3 Fhslps L Bigelow Wind Mill Co,, 1215 Vtmt Dth, St. Kiinww City, Mo. TIIK NEW WHITE GRAPE, in iij ii i . j i i'j WULd Originated by Willis W. Jones, of Cam&rgo, 111. As hardy an the Concord, two weofca earlier la rlpenlnaj.flavor eoc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 June 1890

16 rn'U A T T T A 7Jni? f A T T I'AIIMKKS: It will he to your Interest to ko to tlm MJNIUCM.ANIi Kllriy, !ig North T......I, .. , . .1 .. .... l, Mu ,il,...u uiv tint liiui'uL M V Wl.l It tllll III' it. 1 ll.lVC uim r,i, I'll nil nilini III lllibw,i nun " a. I' " 1 ' r . tlm fluent lilted una htt airaiicd if.iilcry la tho city, and wuli novnU'ii yar experience In tlie uit, I m n iuly tiMon.hii.) wnh ny una nlloiM)i.ltlo. I invito you in cottipurtj our woik with tliiii if other n.-kll''1t! in Hid i lly. l)M picture copied mid euuirijed. J. 0. SUNDERLAND, Photographer. TIE 1. I. I8IF1D JEWELRY CO ( MAIN ST., KANSAS Vl'VY. Wiitehew, Jewelry, Clock mid Hllvcrwure n-tall'i lit w liolesale prices, liood Hi nt ('. O. I) With privilege of examination. 4'iirri'HMtttl'iicw aollclted from the Alliance mciata-is. THE R. N. HERSHFIELD JEWELRY CO, KANSAS CITY MARKETS. (irulil Murkel. Kansas Ci rv,. luni'?. Reported liy lll'K' ConiinNulnii company: VViika i - No. 'I mftt HW((.M!N'; No. Nofl,i(i(jH...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

-I VJ LC y . .,' a 1 I If ; , r r'r' "' . w : : i i 1 .M Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers .Alliance and Industrial Union and Othe; "-Kindred Organizations. J5 1 VOL I. NO, 42. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE II, lttt'.Vi 10 PAGES. mmi cf the mm mnut. Th Dflmtfi ou t!i LeKlTiler Mil Coutluum. IVniJMon mil ValhiuMncyhiun. Oljcrt to ltd Palmare U TaHiU'H the House, (Joes to the Senate, It Mo PIsflKured. ltd Own Fuller Would Not Know U-Extract If row Tha i. rUoveiw' (Jreat Speech Ills Amendment Rejected. JlV W. S. MOM) AN. NO. 2. During tho last days of January and the early part of February, 18G2, debato upon tho legal tender treasury noto bill rose to Itn highest pitch. llotwottn those Who buw In it their doom us speculators on tho government's neccstjltlcs, and thot'o who pretended to believe and renlly wished tho war to bo a fallu.ro, a furious onslaught was made on tho bill. Ou tho lid of February Mr. Vallan dingham, of Ohio, said: Sir, It it was fifty-fold as constltiitlima...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

TIIJC HI.:;r tOXtiltMIO.UL DLSTIUCT Korthe astern Kansas, embracing the coumtK.a of Nemaha, Brown, Doniphan Atchison, Iftvcn worth, Jefferson, Jack mn and Pottowatomle maV.es the First coti'TeMionxl district of the state. Th Hi eight count! were organized by the territorial legislature of 18r5, and the remain in territory theaameaa when organized, except that Wyandotte county has been fornix! from Iuvouworth and Jackson, first named Calhoun, hat taken on eome territory from the southwestern part of lirown, and hart parted with some from ltd southwestern section, which has been absorbed by Shawnee county. Theno countlen allegata 4,007 square miles, ami lu 18H8 polled alut 37,4(X) votes. They contain 7.T2 school districts, KlHy -five bankfl, five aonatorlal districts, uud fifteen representative districts. The following table shown atatlstles: COCNTIKS. lOlllllllll .... Atelilaoii Jt'ITlTHOII leaven worth. Jackson lirown Nemaha I'ottawatolllle ft? Co : : f W '4 A v, 2,217 3,!HT 3,174 I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

CrriClAL DSflOTOaY. WATIOMAL TAnyiZ&T ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL VNION. Frtillcnt I I Polk, WaahtriKion, H. 0. Vice- lrr.aldrmt....lt. H.t lover. CamtnlWA, H.n, Mocrrtarr J. II. Turner. Waahinr.tofl. I. O, Treasurer II. W. Hickman. I'uxleo, M, lecturer Iteii. Terrell, Wa-ihlntfon, 1. C, JL'xU' Conri?tf-Thri' fun-lt. A. lUiJ, Macon, Ml;i. 'I wo years-1i.uo ilS-ri;luiu, Arlc. Onoyear-Kv;in Jonrii.uuonn, lei. XicutlvVuinmdU.-V. w. Wd:ua, Wanh luuVou. I. ('.: Alon.o Wardall, Huron, Uouth Da kota; J. r. lllliuaii, rairneito, icun. KANSAS FAIUIKJW ALLIANCE AND INDCfJTKIAL UNION. 1'reuldont 11. II. Clover, Cambrldirft, Kin Vli'-l'rnl(l(-nt W. II. IllddV AnirutiU, K mil, Hocrelary J. H. Fmich, Hutclunaoii, Kan, Trratmrer II. Hangman, juirrioii, Chaplain J. P. WfHt, ralteraon, Kan lecturer A. K, Meklnson, Mtirldcn, Kan Aaut Lecturer.... Van It. I'rathrr, Nmitrai, ftan DufirUwiHT J. K. Williams. Ilenlley. Kan Awl Doorkeeper.,. A. W. Taylor, Nwton, Kan, Merir'tutrArnm 1 K. Hoy I, Dtfxtcr, Kan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

'CO: An ' OiTlCIAl CAMftitiDOK, Kan., May 22, 1800. ricvio announce that tho regular an uij'il election of the ofilcen of tho sub hllbnccB la to bo hold at the hint meeting in Juno. All terms expire on th:it date without reiraru to tho time of eloctlon. Tho regular anaual election for county or'cora oecurn at tho regular quarterly meeting in July without regard to when county alliance was formed. PeleateH to utato meeting at Topeka In Octoher ahouM alno bo choaoti at thin meeting. At aUto meeting in October dtdoratea will bo choaon to attend the national meeting of tho BUjtremo council, which incetn at Jncltuonvillo, Florida, in December. 1800. K:tch sub, alliance Hecretary nhould, Im mvdiatoly after election and installation, nd to county aocretary and hIho atato secretary a complete list of olllcerB elect ed and their poatolllce addrefmeg and iianio and number of alliance electing them. H. If. Cuivkit, IWJeut F. A. & I. U. of Kansas. J. i). FitKwif, Hocrctary. official. Tielle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

S riMK.'KKI)IX(;S OK TIIK HILL CITY (OS VKXTIOX. Delegates to tlw convention of tho Sixth congressional district met at tho court house at Hill City, in Graham county, on tho Oth instant, for the pmrposo of pilaeiog in nomination a candidate for congress in that dist rict. A tempxjrary organization wan ollWted ly tho election of tho following of ficers: President, F. MeGrath, of Mitchell; vico president, Joseph Dar ling, of Norton county; secretary, E. 1). Wheeler, of Trego; assistant sec retaries, 0. L. Smith, of Phillips, and Ben. C. Hick, of Trego. Committees wero appointed on credentials, order of business, on permanent organiza tion, and on resolution:-). It was de cide! by resolution to transact tho business of tho convention in scrot session. While tho committees wen engaged in preparing their reports tho delegates engaged in a friendly discussion of several miscellaneous questions, which occupied tho time until tho dinner hour. When the convention re assembled after dinner t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

0 TI-IU ABVOOATK OmClKh VAVril OK tiik Kanhan Htatk FAKMKICtt'Al.I.IANCK AMllNUlJMTKf A I. UN 10 riiMI.iIi'id ICvery Wednesday by tlio ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. M, Mrl.Ai.MN, President, ) Nolo J. 1 l.iMKiuutNKit, Huh. Manager, , .....i,,,,..,, W. T. ISitoWN, See'y Treasurer, ) 1 "l,"'''"r .. i r I'dltori Mum, Annik l IMdim TKKMS OK HUltSCKimON Oiin Copy Ono Year II.M Twelve copies oik) yi'itr Iio.oo ClnN of Twenty copies or over, I.KO each. Advertising Kate. Display Mil Iter, 10 cents per line, Agato meas urement (I t lines to tli liii li) Heading Notices, '.M cents per line, Address nil communications to th ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topeka Kanm. TOPKKA, KANSAS, JUNK II, WX ninlorod an second clans matter in the Imt Olilco at Topoka, Kaunas.) HFHCIAIjCMJII MST. Tiik AnvoeArit A National Kconomist, .$1.75 14 Chicago KxprcHH. 1.75 44 ' Poxtor Froo Press 1.75 44 4 Nonconformist 1.75 14 KmiHJUi Commoner..,. 1.75 44 Knnww Farmer 1.75 44 " Toiler 1.85 "Fakmkh Smith'' him Mlitionl as pirations...

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

TIIK fArsK OK HAKI TIM FX M.itr.rrA,K.ui., Jiiik'2, Is.ki. EniToit Advocate:-In commenting upon my hint week's h ltcr I ulsh to return my sincere thanks to the editor for the kind courtesy giant im! ini fn publishing my last letter, ami fur tin' many klml comments; but lit regard to mum) of his explanations of tho causes of our ik i tii!t in depression I must beg to dissent, and please allow lit hh briefly as mhk1M to jtlv the reasons for the faith that In In n t'. Mrst tint brother auk w hy did farm proline bring fabulous prices? I will answer llrst, HlniIy because there hum a far greater demand for farm produce, not only In thu United Slates, but also la all foreign countries. Second, beeausn they were bought hens in the United States w Itli adcprccUtcd cur rency, ami the great demand for our produce, in foreign markets made our prices gind here. The writer allege that the cause win simply because money wiim plenty, and laboring men were all employed at good wages. Admitting this ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

tttii advooat: Til:! IOMCY Oh' TJIK COMINU CAM VKUiS ..Olj'ILINEI) IN THK II ITU! IN AOS NKWM. . Tho Hutchinson Neivs of Sunday, ..fmm 1, has a Topoka special from "W, W. A.," whoso surname in un doubtedly Admire, winch indicates tho character of tho campaign tliat in to 1)0 conducted in Kansas in Ix-hulf of Mr. Ingalls. J toHpoctingjho statement at tribiltrd to rcii1orit Folk ut tho beginning of thi reverie of Mr. Admire, wo vent uro tho prediction that it is a pure forgery, and that ho novor uttered . Anything that could he distorted into a declaration of thin kind. We shall take tho trouble to uncertain tho fact. Mr. A. has held an intorviow(T) (not a photographic one) with an "agri cultural fri'jnd(T)" who is "a member of the alliance in thin state, hut who does not propose to allow himself to become a tool in tho hands of Fresi dent Polk, to housed in securing hucIi a confederate victory as the defeat of Mr. Infills." The Hutchinson News has ample timo and space to place before...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

TX-3CI3 IDVOCTXl. 0 unmitigated falsehood. The ques tioa of Ingalls or anti-Ingalls did not ariso and was not mentioned in con nection with tho appointment of tho committees. There wero some changes mado in tho committees aft or their first apiointmont, but no wrangling occurred, and tho changes wero made from othor considerations than those named. Th sentiment of tho conven tion concerning Mr. Ingalls migh readily lo inferred from tho fact that every candidate placed in nomination was required to declare himself op- poHtnl to the senator's re-election. This fact is stated in tho reports un der confederation. If there was an IugnlL man present in Hill City on the MU day of Juno, he failed to ma terialize or make his presence known on tho floor of the convention. We do not know what took place in tho committeo room, but wo venture the prediction that tho report of those proceedings is a false as that con corning tho convention itself. We shall ascertain and report tho facts, Tho Jour...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

30 coniiEsi'()Ni)KX(:. . Auknda, Kan., Juno 2. Editor Advocate:-- Tho platform ti ! j; t l at St. Louis was road and con f.t! ;wd by thin alliance, nnl was Indorsed lya mnuniiwxi vot of the members j ruictit. Your fraternally, ('. K. (Jdmtelo, a ....... A .......I,. A Ml ..... Gayi.okd. Kan.. May .'11. N Editor Advocatk; Thin Is to inform "you that Solomon Valley Alliance, No. 11, duo unanimously ami heartily t lopt and BupHrt, or endorse, tho sub trrasury Mil. Fraternally yours, H. M. Prindel, President. W. M. Mauhii wx, Secretary. Jerome, Kan., May .'H. Editor Advocatk: I have been in structed by our alllanco to send you the following for publication: Ilrfiolved, That we take a linn stand for n alliance Hlilitnl party, and disregard old parties entirely. Jlrwolred, That we aro in favor of the AuKtmlian system of voting. Fraternally yours, II. A. Hi cii, Secretary. Fr.nii Phillip County. The following resolutions were adopted by th Phillips County Alliance May 22: Whereas, The alli...

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

WASHINGTON. Korlal and Knmoiiite Tenrifiirles nt thf N -tlomftl ( ni l!al. N). If. Hippy for our republic if a majority of our sovereign balloters Btill believe they have a republic, Happier Btill If thpHO sovereigns of the ballot continue to believe until the fiction shall be wrought Into a reality. The great thing for a nation or a man la to believe himself great. The secret of victory lies in holding on to the Ideal. Flout the decalogue ami the golden rule and decay and defeat follow. Defeat may be the word for thin re public; but destruction of tha Ideal, that can not be. Delay, iMwtponomcnt of the realization, there may b perhaps; but extinction never; the battle Is won. Sometime, If not thin time, there will be an actual republic, whore the real will correspond with the Ideal. Then the people will pronounce. Then the people will rule. Now the usurp ing sovereign lurks in ambuscade be hind the ballot box and congress, leav ing the tickled people toying with pre tense of power. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

12 OOHRKSrONDKNOK. Norton vim.k, Kan., Juno (5. Kmvoii Avor atk: At a regular t.'ihn iing of Pleasant (Irovo Alli.inc, No. lVISI, th.it resolution!! juiHMt'tl by tho county I rcsudcntH were unanimously alot'l by t'.ie members of that body, A!no, Itesolved, That wo favor a county r state Alliance ticket thin coming faction. Yours fraternally, Wm. Hamm, Secretary. OwAwkkk, Kun.t Juno 7. Km to ii Apvocatk: - At a regular meet ing of ML Pleasant Alliance, No. W, held ,n Juno 4, the following were adopted: Resolved, That we heartily endorse the aotlon of tho county presidents in their tntiiitj at Topeka. Resolved, That we are in favor of an alli tleket, Im)Ui slate nnJ county, for the next election, Reached, That a copy of these resolutions ht sent to Tint Advocatic for publication. J, M. Pin KKIIAUIH, President, I. Puiddv, Secretary. Attica, Kan., Juno 7. FjitokAdvcatk: -At a regular meet ing of Joppa Alliance, No. B57 tho fol lowing roHolutlon was adopted: Reiiolved, That wo condemn th...

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

I ho thai all money bo n full Ictfal tender for tho jiiymunt of all dobts, both jiubtio and iri e.lc, and that our rrcsent iiiitioiul bunfcuiyf ivwtcm be abohahod. . ft. We would reoommmid to cxnxn m tho Hub tnuuiiiry ihw. M adopted by the St. ' 1a mm contention, mid tho Imid mid loan bill of Senator Stanford, of California, an feiwnblo plans of (rotting t ho money Into tho hand of tho iMHtItf Hiici'dily, ho an to avert tint trrihln calamity that munt follow, If thiaiicial leuM'ition bo ucliiyou, and we thureforo uruo tho pHaiia of mild billn, or some other equally or mora titlirierit. (I. W e demand the control of communi cation, and trrtiHiKrUtion In tho inUvrents of the poodle, oven though it should require tho tfovtirnment to own and operate our railroad und telegraphs an it docs now tho jMmtitl HyHtfin. 7. W demand of roiiirtws tho rcstoni tion of the law of rupnly and demand, by the passao of lawn prohibiting the dealing in futures, in all agricultural and meehan- icul product...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

MANTA Fi: KOUTH. TOPEKA TIME T A In Kiloc t on and after June 1, WKMT i'.OUND. Arrivo TUAI.ffl. Sail Fra.nci:ico Kijrrenn. Oklahoma and Teium Jam Aim'cIch Jc San III- lft kxprcnu, I)tuvtrV Utah Kxpress Topoka ICxpriMii, TOI'tltA 10. lu "aw 10.10 am ll.:tram UM piu 7.:j i m EAST4SOIJNI). AilanUo J'JxprcM w Xork hxprHH..,, ChiMo Hxpn-nH Kiummn City Kxprcmi. . ti.10 p ui 6.0.1 p in 3.W p m ItL E. IftltO. Leave Tortif t 10.15 a in ll.Miim l.o&pui i.15 p m ft. 10 pin 4.00 pm 7.)0m Uir.i vkem Tdi'kka, Atchison nr. johkph. Ivm Frondnco Express A. Topeka, C1.& Han Diego Exp. " " 10.C0 a m 11.69 p m Expretm Leave Topeka,, Kxjinms " " . 4.20 a m 0.15 p in WANTKD-To miya second hand 'littler. ' Aililri-HH wit li paitleiilara and torma, H. If Sprain', IX'iinot, MepIii'iM Co., Kan. D. THOS. LGXSV II D., Surgtia. Iim,,.. ....I ..,!.,... I...i...tl,.l 111. Vn.xiil 1 .1.. trim i ituti riitatn iiirnjiLui, Oku jtuimti aiit.i Topeka. tf to It) a. in., (Uncasea of the, Kye uiitl Kir; K) u. in. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 June 1890

Cur I.irMiule to tj (not ei"pl" and I tier 't--1 r,i r.n' imcfcal Onei I In V.:" Vorkl. vi.i.. i TOADS VANT YOUNG MEN W.J. KCCS.Sajt-"" t:,Tpr,li, Ktt. IL E. HIQQ3 c5 CO.. BECEIVEBS -a SUIFPBIS - GBU C24 KjtcJhanj RnH21nj, KANSAS CITY, MO. CorwlrmiMnts erJhlU4. IXLWIND HILL uvitn zu.uuu in u& The Company ivlng dcHpcimcd $ r vitn t r a v e 1 1 n g ij v'li iilcuuen will ii- J-Z'f loint reliable locnl agents. Pur- having dcHpcimcd f r ...i.t. ii. j wiiii traveling sal IX) chasing agents of ..tM'ice jrr 4 ft ml. rk'nd for Ont.ilogue inscriptive (if Por Infllnti, Shellers, flAnAm Pumn Pin! Tinll Etc. Also I'oUnt llmhk llim TwM Slat Wturl. Tk! FWps h Bltar WIjiJ Kill Co., 1215 Went 9th, St. Kaimun City, Mo. CT'T vv .-. - I AX J mi THE NEW WIIirEtiKAI'fi, II THUS" Originated bj Willis W. Joneb, of Caniargo, 111. Aa hardy as tha Concord, two weeks eaxllar la rlponln&fUvor floeond to none, touches compact, berries a little obloDit and about th ilze of the Catawba. lias not rot tad or...

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

ANNOt!M.T..tI KNT. Annlfn.i Iltok Company (IiuorponifnP, t.w Ywrk, nm lniirtll, C"li !; I 7c1 .Mijfe ftlakeman, preiti'.uit; Alfred C. M rj 1, vic-prcHldent; Harry T. Ambrose, w vss'tr; Oilman H. Tucker, secretary. I i jnn-Cttbb 9. Urngg, clinirman; Win. II Apphiton, Wm. W. Apploton, Daniel Ap : M n, Alfrtnl C. Rarncs, Clm. J. Names, 'm jry I). Ramos, Uirdrfcye PUkcman, Oeo. i'l. Cf.lv'Vurt,' A.H. Hinklo, David H. Ivison, J J ..ry U. Vail. ',"'is American Rwk company in a stock ownpaay incorporated under the laws of the k1 it of New Jersey for the purjsmo of carry uij'on tho manufacture and sale of books. Ha places of bunimms aro at No. WXl and Jtftf Droadway, New York, Walnut street, CinHaanAi, Ohio, and Nob. 258 find Wa !. avenue, Chicago, Ills. The American Rook company lave pur chased the school book publications hitherto Ivmed by I). Appleton A Co., A. S. Barnes A Co., and Ivison, Ulakeman A Co., of New Yuri; and of Van Antwerp, Hragg & Co., of Cincinnati. The company will ...

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