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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

J ( J yvii lu v Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kir il Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 1. TOPE K A, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, AUflUST 27, 1890. CltAWFORl) VS. DAVIS. The Kx-(!ovcrnor Writes u better to Tlii Ad vocate Mr. Davis Replies. Wo received tlin following from ex lovcrnor Crawford too late for our List Issue. Tho never nor must have feared we woulil not uI1IkIi It, for It appeared In the Vuitil on Sunday, the i7tu iiiNt.-i:i. WASHINGTON, D.C., August 10, WM. To tlio Kdltor of Tn K Ai (K'ATic: Thin being the anniversary of the battle of Wilson's creek, tho Hrst great battle of tho war, in the west. I have concluded to celebrate the event ly replying to certnin charges preferred against mo by John Da vis, of Junction City, ami the editor of the Topoka Aiwm'Atk, wherein, anions other thin, I am likened unto Benedict Arnold. Tho immediate cause of thin sudden out burst of savagery among the sclf-appoiutod leaders of the National Alliance, wan...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

2 TX-I33 JUDaOJVFZL best of hin ability, mid permit It i m neighbor to do likewise, ho would Had n bettor and safer way out, than he, will evor find through resolutions, convention und public nioot- ln'rt' . ... Now, n word to Homo of our journalistic neighbor without; over thi border from whonoo anno tho hordes who pitched their tents at Oifoid and Kickiiso in days gone by. Their jfood intentions. 1 know, nre only excelled by thoir zeal in behalf of the weL furo und prosperity of the people. Hut n superabundance of zeal and i;ood intentions Homctimos rti)Knnd.i und strikes whore lonsit ox period. So lonu an Hicho "personal liborty" advo cates routine themsolvos to the. domain of politics and public matters of interest. Well and tfood. Kut when they tfo beyond that limit and undertake to meddle with private intorosts, thoy place themsfelvoH outride the domain of respectable jounwilism. The allium of the Kansas Farmer do not concern political papers in Missouri. It In non-partisan, a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

'J-XXr ii-DVOOATB. 3 ami in a doubtful district he U doubtful. If Mr. Crawford had nald that all nulli Hera and nnart mU vote either the demo cratlc or republican ticket ho would have Lit tho mark. (7) Mr. Crawford stylos myself and friends "free traders," us uu iitht to take tho plwo of argument, Just tw tin old slave holders charged amalgamation when there vaH do other argument at hand. Tho fact in there has never been an organized free trade party in thin country except . tho , single tux men. A specimen champion of that party la now drawing a $1,000 salary in tho Kansas Htuto house under tho present adminis tration. Uiri name Is C. A. Hotirio. Another whilom free trader In ouo J. K. Hudson, of Topokii, odltor of the loading republican journal of tin Htuto. In May, 188:1, Mr. Hudson said : "That free trudo Is right, in provfd by tho very name." Ho Hald wo had not obtained It yet, but he hoped wo would some time. Tho parties of Washington, Jefferson and Jackson favored a tariff of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

4 Tho farmers' movement to day has a thousand times uioro to fear from the apostato Crawford, who has betrayed and deserted them once, than from all, the planters ami farmers of North Carolina, or nil tho shoemakers of MaHsachuootts, whom wo may choose to lead uh, It Is not tho Houth that is lu tho saddle to day, lint Wall street and London. Tho golden Hpurs of our masters aro sinking deeper into our quivering flesh, earning a greater How of sweat, blood and toars from a dis tressed people than King Georgo or tho southern Hlavo jHwor ever attempted. Everything that in buyable In America U being bought by thoLondon money iowor. This Is tho foundation of the slavery that la upon us. We must either conquer it or transmit It to our children, down to unborn generations. Americana, what will you do? That London money power, rich, haughty and powerful, from tho robbery of India, llurmah, Turkey and Egypt, and all tho world where robbery could bo committed, now owns and con trols our railro...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

rzxn advooatii 5 From Marlill County. Marvsviixe, Kan., Aug. 10, 18'.K). Editors Advcx atk: Will you plcaso allow ua a littlo apace In your valuable paper. Our county Alliance and Bub alliances art) In good working order. We have forty sub-organlzatlons. Our mem bership in increasing fast and aim) our number of subs. We have a good or ganizer In the county by the name of J. N. Wanamaker, F. O. address Id Blue Itapids. Nearly all of our members are supporting tho pwplo'B movoment ami wo Btrongly endorsed tho action of the Topeka convention of August ID. We have not gone In very heavy In thin county on resolutions an we wish to show more by our acta than by our words that wo mean business. 1 will give you three abort ones which were drawn up at our last county meeting: EflflolvoJ, I)y the Marshall County All i nnce to endorse the principles of the St. Louis National platform. Resolved. That inasmuch an our represen tatives in Congress have failed to protect our iuteraits, wo demand no...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

0 Tim jvvoorrn. J' OFFICIAL PAI'ICIl OIT Til (t KANMAH STATU FAUMIlUa' AMJANl'IC AND INUUHTKI Al UN ION. Published Every Wednesday by tlio ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H. McLaixiv, President, Hol J. 1'. LiMKituiiMKii, I Jim. M :imwr, i.r(II,l1lt,,ra W. T. UitowN, Moe'y Treasurer, 1 r"P'" w,r" H MoLamjm j. K(,lt()r! TKKMS OK HUISHCKIPTION Onfl Copy One Year U-00 Twelve copies oiio yi'iir iw.oo Clubs of Twenty copied or over, f.sn cadi. AlvTLilntf Hut en. Display Matter, 10 cents per lint), Auatfl meas urement 0 linen to tho Inch) Kcadlntf Notices, -J) cents per line. Address nil communications to thfl ADVOCATE PU0USHIN0 CO. Topeka Kaniai. TOTEKA, KANSAH, AUGUST 27, 18H9. (Kntoroilassocond clans matter in the Post Oillco at Toiekn, Karma.) SPKCIAfiCLUIlIilHr. Th Advocatb A. National KoonorniHt. .$1.75 " Chicago HxproKH I.7ft " " Dexter Frt 1'nmn 1.73 " 1 Nonconformist 1.73 " KaiiHUH Commoner,... 1.75 " " Toiler 1.K5 " " KatiHiw Fnrinor 1.75 OUK CANDIDATES. NtAlM Ticket. Chief Justice. W. F...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

7 "T ) .-'t r) 1 k .,; THAT .MITCH ItOxSTKD ( HALLKMiK Tho servile republican press is iveti to much boasting; of Into, averring that Mrs. M. K. Ijojiso has declined to accept tho challenge of Miss Walker of the I fiirjuT (Iruphic, to discuss the issues of the present campaign. Mr. A. (1. Stacoy (and who will doubt his veracity ?) adds his testimony to this tale. Tho fact is that Mrs. Lease herself k'nvo the challenge, a general one, to any person who should feel disponed to meet her on the platform in such discussion. MihS Walker does not choose to undertake this task ujh)ii the platform, hut agrees to accept the challenge provided the discussion is conducted in the columns of the (Uraphic. Aware of the proverbial liability of the (trophic in common with other republican journals to vary sometimes from the exact lint of truth, Mrs. Lease did not feel sure that her manuscript would always bo literally rendered in its columns; and she therefore declined the conditions imposed; but th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

8 WHO ARK THK COWARHS T. Tho republican press never ceases to howl (ilK)ut tho cowardice of tho peoplo'H party because tho convention would not consent to put a prohibi tiou plank in its platform and permit that question, already a part of our fundamental law, to overshadow tho real issues of tho campaign. Why does not tin's party of patriots (?) put an anti-slavery plank in its platform, and then howl ahout tho cruelties of tho slavo driver's whip and tho auc tion Jblock? Tho people's party, whilo not making thin question an is huo, yet havo not put up candidates who will upend their nights in de bauchery and their days in pardoning violators of law because of their so cial standing and political inlluenco. Tho people's party has also clearly defined tho issues of tho campaign. These issues relato to tho class legis lation and tho political corruption that has shaped tho policy of tho past thirty years, loth of the republican and democratic parties. They relato to the wrongs that h...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

MURDOCH VS. Ml'KIMM'K. El Dorado Kepuhllcan, August IS, im Our Senators and Congressmen as fully under dUnd the true condltlou of things la Kansas as we do, and they aro Just as honest and In dustrious as we are; and they an doing all that can be clone to give us more money, lljj;!tit the burdens of taxation and Increase the prosperity of the people of the stale. Any man who dis putes any one of these statements Is not honest with himself. El Dorado llcpubllcan In li7. We consider our Congressional delegation and wonder how it b that Jay (Jould ami his crowd do not already own all the railroad In the coun try, or tliat the country to not bankrupt; and we look upon the whole gang as striking Illustra tion of what a neore of determined politicians can accomplish In a few years. These lylnu old hyporrltes and reprobates have got tho state and they mean to keep It. They live by It, grow fat on It, and really make up a formidable combina tion. They bulldoze or subsidize the newspas'rs, t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

!0 TI-II3 ADVOOATH WHAT WILL TIIK KM) HKf Tin plunderers all over thin broad land arc In hik.-U a panic 1114 was never hwinl of before. They are calling frantic ally on kII the old allies of fraud am all tho (h fenders of old and prescriptive wrongs, to come to tho rescue. "Help us, CuhhIiis, or wo nlok." "Awake, arise, thou homy handed son of toll, or bo for ever falli'ii." They am closing their ranks and standing shoulder to shoulder and will make a fight of desperation; for they realize that tho hattlo between right arnl wrong has opened In earnest and that all is to bo lout or won. They will leave no stone unturned, no fraud or violence unperpotrated, to win what they believe to bo tho battle that will make, them forever masters of tho laboring world for all tlino to come. Intimida tion and oppression of every kind they will make use of without mercy, but tho weapons on which thoy rely moHt hopo fully aro a falHo Interpretation of tho law to bo enforced by tho military and polic...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

II WHAT AKK COVCUKSSMKV KI.WTKI AM PAID Full? Tim mrmlirrs of this Congress art' surely tn-iVt-Ingan honest ciTort to ntfcnd to (lie Interests of the ronnrry hy remaining lit their wst of Iuty through theso long summer days, ami own el there. 1h no tilut of adjournment. So writca an editor of ft wentorn paper. Let us boo what th fact art'. Picking up the Comjri'Hsiomd ltrrord of August 12, 1 rind that nt:rly tho on tiro Reunion wan spent In au attempt to get a vote on referring back to the com mittee ft bill which hail already con sumed three days In an effort to pans it; tho yean nnd nays being taken no lens than five times at this ono no-union, and neither tlmo did a quorum voto. . The hut voto wan on a motion' to ad journ because there was no quorum, and tho voto stood, yean 10l, nays -It, not vot ing 174. Speaking of tho Impossibility of noenr- Inira ouorum a local Miner Hays "ono hundred and forty-eight members wort announced nn paired," they of courno hav ing left the city. Tu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

12 TirlJJ ADVOCATH OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATIONAL FAKMKICN' ALLIANCK ANI INDINTICIAL UNION. Vrmtilmit I 1.. I'olU, Watihlnirfon, I). (!. V c riYNlttwil.. II. Clover. CiinihrlilK'!, Kan. (Wretary J. II. Turner, VVaidilnitoii, J). C. Trca-uirer II. W. Hickman, 1'iulro, Mo. liix lurvr Ken Terrell, vVanlilUKton. I.C. luxrcuttve l'ttuiu-U-'llirm years, lt A. rutty, M.u'oit, Mini; two years, Isaac, McCriekeii, , Ark.; ono year, Kviin Jones, Huhlln ,'ltix. Kirnttiro CommUUr.C, W. Murium, Wash nt(Un, 1. 0.; Alono Wardall, Huron, Mouth ItakoUi J. V. Tillman, Palmetto, Tcnu, KANSAS FA KM I" KM ALLIANC1C AN1 INDI'NTIUAL UNION. President II. If. Clover, CninhrldKe, Kan m President W. II. r.ld.llc, AiwinU, Kan (tocriary J. II. Krench, Hutchinson, Kan, Treasurer II. Haiihman, itiirrtoii, Kan Clwplaln f. I. Wont, Patterson, Kiwi Lecturer K. A. Dickinson, Mrrldeii, Kim Ann't lecturer,... Vaii H. I'rV.her, Neutral, Kiwi. iHxirkecncr J. K. Williams. Iicnfley. Kan Ass't Doorkeeper., .A. W, Taylor. Newto...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

TX-xn ADVOOAIIl 13 PEOPLE'S PARTY. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Thlr4 Floor Crtmhti Building. Cor. Fifth ind Jackion. Toi'K.ka, Kansas, July 11th, 1XX). To tho inrinhers of tho different orindaUons coniMhliitf the People's I'urty of Kansas, Krcetlntf : We, your Btit committee, have mndrt arrangements with tho puhliciliers of Tiik Advwatk and the h'anmtH Farmer for ft Hulwrription price of J.1 ootits eurh In eluba of ten or mow for four months to either paper. Thin will enable tin to keep before you the complete campaign work In iu olllciiil form, till the attacks madi on our party by the partisan prosn will U answered, ami you will bo kvpt thor oughly on every movement. Wo feel that thin U by far the brut menus to light our battle and to win our glorlnuH cause. Now, brethren, lo not iIhh thin chance to furniah your members with a moans that will enable them to vote In trlligently. tfoml In your subscriptions at once. We wouhl hiionI tliat the amount necessary bo taken from your general ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

14 Tim LIST OK A TI'OI NT SI ICNTM. , , M KM, M. K. LKAHK. VAk C;tySopt. It. Uomf floppy-flopt. 21 ft C-7. t i i , M.'w. WILKIN. KlkClty--flt'3. Ft. Neott--Hept. i. ()(inawittnnhv Hojtt. 5. Wilivm county (barbecuo)-- Hept. fl. Euroka (barbecue) Hopt. 8. Ilutou county, Mo.- Hept. 'M. HAI.IMI UKAUMONT. MaSHIlC, 111.- Sept. t. 1'ailucah, Ky.- Hept. 2. Fort Weott- Hopt. i. Parson -Hept. ,r. Toronto Hopt. ft. Eureka-Hept. 8. Movery (evening) Hept, 8, Kl IJoriulo - Hept. 0. (,'owley county- Hept. 10. Htuironl Hpt. 12. Nickcraon-Mept. 11 lUton county. Mo.-Hcpt. 30. Dlack HUH Oak.-Oct. 2-11. To tho Mnilen of County Central Com I lultUie of tint HUI. For the gooil of the order we would mont tMipt'ctfully request th at you take the nncwimry BtopH to organize the county by having a member appointed for euoh townnhip, ward or linliiHtrlal organl.a tion in your Hovonil countlcH where no such action hm already beotf taken, in order to perfect the machinery of the party. My order of the state cent...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

15 FarBcn'MP.iwcc France ..Coajny OF XLfVNCJiD. Full Information on Application to 1 Fred Jacksch, Ssc'y, MIMiM-ftMii, Hium. "TJIJITHiD OTATK3 BUG H UE SYNDICATE Iihuh money to members at 'S er cent, i , , , ! Addrr.-ia j - a. iAMri.v. F.mporla, Kim." For Handmade Farm Harness 0S.CA.U KJtAUSS, jobber uad MaauUcturitr ol saddlery Goods Ho. 224, Kansas Aenu, . , , Topoka. Kansas. I?.SM'( it iittvfiUrtn l'IvW.io 0":l'f mints, tunc ol Hlilit.ll, Tor muiliing HI me uneoi rMwniirry, Minn t, wax, inreau, .ccmes. awis, in-. Htatf what you want nil' I furnish lutivs. .. ....,...-. ' 1 ..a 7f ,y . ' - w1"' r ' tia ''ill;',. , tojrTjn 'Ha Works for God Who Work for Man. THE DAWK The Organ tf the Society Of Christian Socialists. Kdltnr. Kkv. W. 1). T. Runs. Contributors, Nome o( the best w liters In the country. (X)NTli:NTK: ' . i m What to tin Now, What ('hrintiim Social- .18, New or, uii ttoctru Jto- I j j J tOrDin.J What Churrhea arodiunir. Tho moHt recent thought and literature on nodal Buh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 August 1890

TX333 J.XVOO-LT!l1 EL & 8M Topcka, Kan., Tho Loading Western liiiHiitcri iiM'i Piemlms of Clydesdale, Porchoron, Clovoland Bay ANI French Coach Horses. t i ( Also Importers and Rivedem of )"! vf!'" Registered Hereford Cattle '.-ifi TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, V'fiU Hcnd for Illustrated ratalo'tui'. Stables , "'V'w '.',,; In town. r u''A,., :, . ,, IK- TM.IZAIIKTII MM. I. KI'MAI.K S KM IN Alt Y, - ixiiiition, aid. ;iim session. Hept, nth. JIlKlicr edurullnn. Forty lioanllng puplm. I.x rollout accommodations. CllUl 'HIM. J. 1'. ItlUll' too, PtCHli'iCIlt, n TELEGRAPHY. Our Insfltcte Is the most complete and C, M nun mii;ii, mm winjr iiu'iii'iti j m he World. Write for particulars. Wo 11 Kuaranico posit ioiim. H0AD3 WANT YOUNG MEN ! W. J. ItOSH.HupL, Knot ni.l1c.,Toi..k1i, Km. ST. JOHN'S, HAI.1NA, KANHAH, AN IDEAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS. UNIHCIl MIMTAKY DISCI I'M NIC. Thorough preparation for college or uiisIim'kh. koiki ror i'iiiiiio)(iio, RKV. H. P. CIIITTKNDKN, lioetor. DIME UNIVERSITY, D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

I iV J'L- I h i -i f , ft fi) prffb m ; V- 3 - f A Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 2. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1890. 10 PAGES. DECLINE OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC. Tin' HcHiiniiti(n Act In tin1 KoyHtono to the (Irt'iit Ap'Ii til' ('inisiilritcy-ItM TVrrlole KII'.ctH - A Parallel In KiikIInIi Fiiiam liil HlHtory nntl It Hi-milt -The ILijiltl ('ont'entriitloii of Wealth-Stunt' Siirtllng Stiitli4tl'K-Tli Moral, Social mill Political Sltuu-tlon-A Hnt'of Relief. IS h k V r MY W. fl. MORGAN. NO. XII. Wo have followed tho conspirators along tho intricato paths of treachery and iluplii'Ity for tn years. In that timo evorp atone In tho great arch of con . Hpiracy againHt American liberty had been finished and succesHfully laid In its placo Jmt the keystone of tho unholy structure. Thin enmo January 11, 187.r, in tho shape of tho redemption act. RoHumptlon and nn'honont dollar" was declared as the Ul...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

2 advooath. claimctl that a reliable basis must ho had to secure an honest circulation of laper money, their lacd and the product! of labor, tho basis of all securities, should certainly take precedence. And since tho land could bo utilized while at the same time it furnl.shcd security for tho circulation, it has thin one great advan tage ,,v,'r co'n "r ,u,y otn'r t-'onimoility. Itut spaco will not nduilt it, nor la it In tended that we shall enter Into an fix tended argument why resumption and specie payments are frauds. Tho whole question in fully rind thoroughly dis cussed In tho "History of the Wheel and Alliance, and tho Impending revolution." Tho resumption act pawed Congress and wan approved January 11, 1H7I5, to take effect January 1, 1871). Nearly every republican In Congress votod for, and the democrats, an a party voted against the bill. Doth partieH, however, favored, and now favor specie payments. The difference between the two parties waH, tho democratic party wanted i...

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

rrXXTJ iXVOOATJ3. 3 power. I li lii.'kDV l;i i-s l -I it mi h In the face of Mils Inthlcticc haw hceoine tin' 1 1 1 t lest forms, I he rallioails scinl lliclr agents to (lie innatcs .lll'l .ISM'UlllllCH Of till- M.ltl'H. I.UWS 1U lilhM'l or rcitct as they illctaic, ami pivt'iiuirH iiiiirov or veto legislation .11 (lull- lil.filiiig In tlx house of representative they have tin Ir attorneys ami III lint senate ol the l ulli'il NUU-rt their (oullilrn tlal allies. Tin preslileiit ':ui Hot Ignore tlii-ni ainl the politicians wlui nominate presidents i'ii i t y llu'ii' laws'. ' hey control thousands of votes In this ami iii'it'lilxiiln hi. ill's, ami order tlii'in In In' tlellwied as If Hit' siillric;o were M.ik or pin Iron, This, a we have said, ho far I i t mii Im'Iiiu In any sense a wild statement, U lull a i;ull.il i'iiiiiiiili''of uncontradicted evidence hail lifiitri tin- iulilii' as t tw result of oflW Ial In vestigation. Tlit' i lii'ii fnl prisiniH win) keep on helli-vlng thai thi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 September 1890

I I' in iiriirir"""'r""'L Orriciki, Vmkh ok thic Kanwah statu lfAU,HKltrt'Al.l-IANCKANI)lNIl)HTUIAI.UNIN. J'ubllHfu'il Kvcry Wednesday by thet ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. H. McI.AI.MPf, President, ohi J. l I.iMKituuvKit, Him. Manager, . , W. T. 5kown, Sec'y Treasurer, ) ' ropinu-rii M;I;AU',Nr u I Kdltori Miih. Annik L Dkkik ( TKKMS OK HUliSeUtUTION One Copy Onu Year II.'W Twelve) copies one year fliMW Club of Twtmty ceiplo or over f M e'lich. Advert IkIm;; ltatfrt. l)liiil.iy Mutter, lOoi'iits M-r lino, Aite meas urement (M line to tho Inch) ItOIUlillK Notice's, IMMTIlt per llm'. Addrew nil coininiiiili'iiltoim lo tho ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topoki Kansas. TOPKKA, KANKKITKMIHOU , 18!H). (ttntoroel nnseceml cIihh nmttetr in Iho Tout Ollloa Rt Topokfi, Kiuihiih.) Ki'KCiAiiCiiUn list. Tin Advikatu A National KconmniHt. .$1.75 Chicane ICxjiroHH 1.75 " " Doxtor Fri'o 1'roHH 1.75 " Nonconformist 1.75 11 Kansm Commoner.... 1,75 " Toilor 1.KB " K tinmen firmer 1.75 OCR CANDIDATES. Sluto Tlrkt....

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