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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

17 ? n A--7 . . J Md (1 OAlMAm .. . i 7 r::'J Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL II. NO. II. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1890. 10. PAGES. VMTOIU IS 01 KS. Wo havo delayed Tiik Advocate this week in'ordor to give our readers in tho rural districts tho general re sults of tho election. Of course up to time of going to press wo are una ble to givo anything like an approxi mate estimate of pluralities, but enough is known that we can safely announce tho election of our entire state ticket. , Wo have also elected Clover, Otis, DaviH, linker and Jerry SimpHon to Congress. Moonlight (democrat) in elected in tho First dis trict and tho election is ho clone in tho Second district that it is impossi ble to decide at this writing who is ahead. There is still a chance for Allen. Wo alHO havo enough of the legislature to defeat Ingalls. We shall next week bo able to give accurate results. We desire to in dulge i...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

2 THE ADVOCATE. WUAT HAS JOHN J. IXtJAM-S PONE? Such la the Inquiry that the Hutchin son AVtn devotes towards two columns of matter to, remarking aa follows: ' If the ofllcial labor of ft United States Senator during a f areer of almost eighteen years bus been unproductive of benetit to thin country and li i m state In) should 1)0 ro tired. Now, by reason "of the ofllcial labor" of this "United States Senator during a career of almost eighteen years" having been mainly "unproductive of benefit to thin country and to his state," he not only "xhoultl be retired," but it la morally cer tain that he will "be retired." The KtwH Hays that he addressed him self to "the legislative problem of plac ing the nation upon a a stable foundation from which It might rise upward to prosperity and commercial supremacy," and remarks that no act waa more poten tial to accomplish restored contldenco than the repeal of tho Balury grab, which Ingalls favored. NKNATOK INUAM.H' COMI'KKIIKNSHW OK KAIK HAI.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. — 5 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 I ii.MI.Mi AITulUltlVMI.U IYH l.ll-hU-TINK AM (i(ii;l.sslit. MhlRI(T The Kansas l'7'Ihl.if.iir" ef 1 81) I will make nn apportionment of tin1 ktnte in representative and senatorial district, based upon census returns as made by the national government for the year WW. The number of rHjn-Mentntiv districts will In lived at and ns there are 105 counties, now all r:i(l ,-' ' ,irill llrt there muni ueiMls be one representative for each organized county, there will bo 101 representatives based upon the territory found In each county, leaving nineteen members to be apportioned among the inont populous counties of the Htate. The counties having extra representa tlon by reaHon of having a large popula tlon may not exceed the number of llf teen. The- Hhowlng of counties with their representation may thus le ex-pressed: Count Is. ,' tUmal '"""n- wi n. Wyandotte M.r.C Shawnee I'.i.oiS '.! Sedgwick t.i.J'.H) Leavenworth :w,5a:i 'i Cowley :tl.l.m I Huiiiner :m,'.!M Crawford ;io,n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

4 THE ADVOCATE. w I lAlAi i imiwrita-t.'." ZZZJ!ZJ rubliahed Kvery Wcdnofxlay by the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. 8. 74oLalun. President. J. P. LiMKiu;uKir.H, Him. Managi W. T. Hkown, nec'y Ireaiuirt Mcutuir f E(UtorH Mart. AnsiikL. Dioon f ) Solo ''r' proprietor! TKKMH Olf HUUHCItirriUN One Copy One Year 11.00 Twelve copies one year li).oo Clubs of Twenty copies or over .W) each. Advert Kate. Display Matter, 15 cents per line, Agate meas urement (I I lines to tlie Inch) Heading Notices, 30 cents per line. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topoka Kaniii. TOPEKA, KAN., NOVEMBER (5, 18IX). (Entered an nocond clan matter iu the Pont Orfloa at Topeka, Kantian.) (il'UCIALGLUIIIilSr. Tm Advocat fc National Economist. .$1.75 M " Chicago Express. , 1.75 " " Dexter Freo Press 1.75 " Nonconformist 1.75 " Kauww Commoner.... 1.75 " " Toiler 1.85 14 " Kansas Farmer 1.75 " " Weekly Nationalist.... 1.50 Til n Wichita lUmU', expresses the conviction that If Mi. Lease lived In Kus...

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

THE ADVOCATE. 5 A FKW KKH HI.IC Ws SI FH( IK.NTI.Y MUVK TO TFI.I, Til F. 'lit I Til. In tho preit stato of KntiHan it has boon tho habit in former days for tho average republican to follow in tho wako of such political antediluvian ha George T. Anthony, J. (J. Cald well and J. K. Hmlson.no mattor what thoy might do or Hay. Hut in "tho groat rebellion" of 1S1)0 thou Rands of tho old-timo Kansas republi cans have inoht cheerfully dissolved thoir relationship with this hoary or ganization which thoy havo J'mally come to boliovo is tho mammoth political enemy of all tho dearest in terests of the people. Tho Atchison Champion has, under all circum stances, dono bravely in tho campaign in resolutely opposing another roturn of that monumental mountoback, John J. Ingalls, for a fourth time to the United States Senate, anil for its aggrossive oppoHition to tho McKin ley tariiT. Hon. Preston 15. Plumb, howover much his canvtissing in Kansas in bo half of tho republican party, may havo flavore...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE. TIIOKillTS CO.(.'K!lM.(i THE TARIFF. Now that tho election is over wo may profitably sit down and calmly ntudy thoiio economic questions which are likely to claim tho attention of tho people in the near future. We aro upon the threshold of a now era of American history. Tho sentiment of tho people ii rapidly undergoing a rovolution. Important changes in public policy uro demanded, and thin demand will never coaso until "equal rights to all and special privileges to none" Hhall bo assured. Among tho questions that will de mand immediate consideration tho existing tariff is not tho leant imjKDr tant. Tho effect of tho McKinloy bill in advancing tho price of many articles of common use will confirm tho already well grounded opinion that our legislation has boon and in in favor of the classes against tho mas ses. Tho theory of tho high protoc tioiiiHt ban been that by tho protec tion of infant industries great manu factories will bo built up in thin country corn potent t...

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

THE ADVOCATE. 7 tiii: n;i;.u. tkxdfk will. ri'iiuu A i i k : M;my of in halng learned !l,,it ilu Iniiiiini.il I .lxii4 Irt I said to have signed wlili Iimh iho act excepting Interest on Hit public debt, in tin legal tender act of V,:, Hint would ask tlui! yon would give In your nt'xt Isnu, or as soon as practicable, what were tin' extenu ations, If any, that In gave for signing such act. It seems hard that koiioIiIi' a splilt should bo hii plh-ar c.J la ho abominable a scheme. ..'. A. Tho foregoing ipioHtion was re ceived sono time ago, but political matters claimed ho much of our time that, it lr h been neglected. Wo have no knowledge and can find no record of tho circumstance referred to in connection with the signiug of tho hill. Ah it originally passed tho House, the hill was free from nny ob jectionable featureH. Wall street be came alarmed, however, at the pros pect of art extensive issue of the peo pled money. Hasty meetings wero held and special envoys were dis patched to Wa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. DISCl&HION 01 MLS. M. K. LEAKK AND MISS MINERVA WALKF.lt. Qiikhtiox: Rinolveit, That tin' republican fk!.rty f!iw linen f :i'm to Iti platform from Imio to aiilliK-l.mlve. Unit It Icjflrtlatlon hai tended to enrich tlifl few and lmnoverlMh the tniaiv. hihI that the republican party IsNolnIy ri'monilfli for Ihodcplorublti financial condition of the country. SECOND IllU'LY OK MINKKVA WALKKIl. To the Kdltor of Th K Advocatk. Tockk a, October :'it, im. MUrn ittwrva Walker: I encloui nroof of Mrn. ihho'n ttecond article. If your reply ran reach me by Hunday'n null I ran Klvo both in iit Inmiio. Your truly, 8. McUi.u.v. The above letter, as will be seen, Ih from 8. McLallin, editor of tho Topeka Advocatk. The letter is dated October 21st, but the envelope bIiowb that It wan nulled the 22d Inst reaching me the 2!5d, and Mr. McLallin Bays "my answer must be thoro Sunday, the 2f!th." To reach there Sunday, my answer would have to leave here on Saturday morning the 25th, at ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. I diHtortol the truth. To prove it nhe fclm a clipping from one whom nlie calls 1 republican vltncnH, ami when she tfcta through he nltm it "Kx llepublicau." In referring to the ant HeHhiuti of (m grewmhe Bnya "I defy you to xiut mit t single Mil pawed for the welfare of the people." I refer my reailers to my hint article. Space will not permit ft repro duction of the many hills paused for the welfare of the laboring clawHcs. She rmya "the allver bill abnolutely ilemonetizcH silver" and ia a preteime for "free and un limited coinage." The allver bill doea not demonetize silver an ban been proven dozens of times, but on the contrary makes It ft leeal tender. It will absorb for monetary uho the entire production of our own mines and this mnkeH It Biep in me ngni direction ami a very long step towards free coinage, The miln reason why the froo coinage bill was not passed waH becatirm the seniorage under that bill would accrue to the per aon owning the bullion. To make tld...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE CORRESPONDENCE. Baldwin, Kan., Octobor 11. Eniron Aovocatk: On flaturday night, October 1 1, the Karniera' Alliance, No. 919, of Prairie City, Douglai county, Kaunas, discussed "The attitude of the Farmers.' Alliance toward women." After tho discussion, which was participated In by both the men and the women, a vote was taken to tost the attitude of the Pral rle City Alliance toward the enfranchise ment of women, and thin alliance at laiit U unanimously In favor of Including the women in the "all" of the alliance motto, "Equal rights to all anJ special favors to none." A a a groat many women desired to know what privilege women members of the alliance have and what tho atti tude of the alliance in toward women, I will state that bo far aH I have been able to learn nil the state organizers and offic ers of the Tanners' Allianco are suffrage men. Thoy are working for It In every way their judgment dictates to be the best for the alliance and suffrage also. Tho principle...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. II WHERE. 0 WHERE IS IMULLN IN HIS HOUR OF DEFEAT? The HutchlnBon Xew is such an In galla Idolater aa to be aufllciontly verdant na to give Ub readera tho celebrated New York World Interview with Ingallrf, bo well photographed an to nhow hla general Infirmity of purpoao and infidelity to principle ua to fully demonstrate him to be a being of remarkable varlablenews and of Immense shadows of turning. The yetcn, la referring to hla late Hutchinson speech , given forth the fol lowing: Benator Innalls eonvlneed his hearers that h wiu their frlciiil. tho peopltt'a friend and tit ull times would be the champion of ndvanced Id can. The most remarkable, declaration h made wm thiit he, believed that the ballot would bo extend ed to women. Now, this man Ingalla rapidly going "where the woodbine twlneth;" it la One one of the moBt Idle eiTorta of hiu eaatertl mantera and Kannaa henchmen to declare that the supportora of this nearly defunct senator should gravely attempt to state ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

12 THE ADVOCATE. WORKING (illt LS' ( IJ.HS.-rF.T THW WOKX KXTK.M. From Tho Farniflrn' Vole. Sir yvars ao tm girls met toother In a tenement houno In New York City and with tho hearty co-operation of MIna Oraco II. Podge they organized the first working girh' club. Today those cluba are scattered all over tula vast country. New York has twenty-four with a mem bership of '2,21)0, IJoiiton ten with 1,(HH) members, Philadelphia twelve with a membership of 1,000 and llaltimore four Uen with l,fIK) members. Chicago and other western citien claim their share of clubs. A convention of thouo vurloua clubs waa held la Now York City last April and ably presided over by MIhs Grace Dodge, whoHo heart ami soul In In this noble work, To say It was a ruccokh, but feebly expressed It. The convention was attended alike by the wealthy and Influential, the laboring clauses and the poor. The socloty woman and her poorer dieters Hat side by Bide In that vnataflnem bly. What is the object of the working g...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. i3 X i) n L13 u Elzu M a SEP ft 'Iff' II ..fcfc'.U- - WINTER UNDERWEAR Ladios and Hisses' SWISS KNIT COMBINATION SOITS Same an advocated by m 1ESS 0 ILLER Dress Reform. Ladles who once try the Combination Halts never go buck to the vest and drawers. The advantage in their favor Is on account of being in on piece and clinging to the form without bungling about the waist, making the droHS tit smoother and reducing the appearance of a etout woman very cotiHldorably. The only thing that haa prevented their coming Into popular mho wan their high price. We aro happy to say that we have pur chased Ten Canes of these good from a manufacturer, bo that we can sell them at Such Popular Rrices that every one can wear them. LADIES' COMBINATION SUITS. Lot No. 1, T() dozen rion-ehrinkiDg union anita, good quality Morino (part cotton and part wool,) medium and heavy weights, comes in either white or natural color at $1.50 A SUIT. Lot No. 2. !0 dozon extra fino quality Merino (part cot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. NATIONAL FAICMKIW AMJANC1C AND I.NIK HTKIAI, UNION. IWdcnt L I.. Polk, WdHlilnirton, I. C. Vlco Prrnldcnt H. II. CUver. Oainhndire, Kan. Inrt'tary J. II. Turner, VVaslilnxtoii, J. (;, Trt'JwuriT II. W. Illi-kinan. Puilco, Mo, Iviv iiin r Ifi'ii Tcrri'll, WauliluKton. !.(!. tixicutii't VnuiwU Thrru years, It, A. nitty, Mju-om, Miss; two years, Isaac Mi'Oraekeri, , Ark.; out) year, Hvau Junes, Dunlin. Tox. Kitmitlvt (,'iwimliif-I', W. Mi-Owie, Wash lni(t,ou, l. ('.; Alono Wiinlull, Huron, Houth Dakota; J. K. Tillman, Palmetto, Teuii. CITIZENS' AM.IANCK OF KANSAS, President 1). (!. Zircher, OluthM, Kan. Vice rrt'Hlilt'hr.. Ira 1). Kcllo, rolinnlnis, Run. Hec'y..W. K. UiKlitnilre, I'ottonwood Falls, Kan. Treasurer W. II. porter, nwci, Kan. IH-turcr S. J I. Hnydcr, Kliiwuaii, Kan. Krmillt'e t'ommttti-'.-lAl district, John Stod dard; 2nd dlstrlet, It. It. Koy; :id district, O. Mil; 4th district, (!. VV. Marsh, Chairman, To pka, Kansas; (Hh district, A, Me...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 15 " I I n f f r-" I : G. II. Funtium. J.C. Sunn, U I L U A Y hm I Vu'MeM' 'M,rauiry- Manufacturers of and dealers lit Cheaper than Corn. For sale at export valuM. Fort otook. Write for pi Ices ami circulars, Kansas City Lead and Oil Ms, ICAN8AW CITY, MIHHOUHI. Mention this paper. Sasli, Doors, Mouldings, Brackets, Tnrncd Work, Store & Oiace Fixtarcs Stair work urul Interior finish In hard or no It wood. 818 Van Buran St., Topeka, Kan. AS PUBLISHING oust PRINTING, PUBLISHING AND BINDING. CLIFFORD C. BAKER, Prop., - Topoka, Kan. DENTISTRY IT W PRICES ! A set of Teeth for fn.no Cold Filling fl.Mltu 6.00 Platinum Filling 7 Ib'Ht fee. will be number. 75 to l.oo Cement or white Filling .'. m f.xtnu'TiiiK teeth without pain or harm M Teeth Extracted Cleaning tCCth per Set , $ .75 to nuo Full upper urul lower set of teeth on Lett rubber 10.00 material always used. Mouths prewired for sets freo. In preparing hiicIi eases a Hinall charged which will be allowed on the price ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 November 1890

1, I u.-.'"'" t V1 r IP II UUlUfl as you can get, rlht now, SUITS AND OVERCOATS ! Itiilll to kIv value; no ftiiiry fixtures to juiy for; showing clear through LOW LXI'LNNK I'UICKN ! T;ik. a MtutiiL iit "TC-3E BB'S" All Wool rt.,M Iron Clad Butt ! A f"V.K Double Breasted Heavy Overcoat t 120 EAST SIXTH AVENUE, - TOPEKA, KANSAS. County, Township and School District Records and Supplies. Dlanlto or IBvory Doaoription. GEO. W. CRANE & CO., Topeka, Kansas. Send for General or Law Catalogue. -.... i -wy 1 s 317 OLIVE STREET, J. B. DINES, rit'xIoVnt of National ItuNlneuN Ai'iitH Association and Slate Agent for the Far mers' arid Laborers' I'nlori of Missouri. Will purchase MERCHANDISE of till kiwis It IVJiolcsale Prices, uml receive consignments of Grain, Live Stock, Country Produce, Etc., for members of th organization. Write for prices of the Cheapest Sewing Machines in the World. ST. LOUIS, MO. Hease mention Tiik Advocatk. (1F.0. It. ItAltSK, ITcKt. (1K0. HOLM KB. Vice Brest. ('HAS....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

1 i y7 n r 7 l Ah n Y o IP Pw!liij(Uvui Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 12. TOPE K A, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1090. 10 PAGES. TIIK FIXERS' IEFAMOIIH KHIMKI. Tho ClitnnitUm In In receipt of trustworthy In formation to tlio eiroct that a party of Ingalls fix ers will start on a tour through the Central llranch country this morning ostensibly on a limiting expedition, but rrally for the purpose of 'seeing," and, If possible, "fixing" the newly elected members of the legislature for Ingalls. Iieaten, vanquished and overwhelmed at the polls, this gang of eorruptlonluts will thus seek to thwart the popular will by an attempt to bribe, purchase, in any way possible, a sufficient num ber of votes to re-elect the man the people so em phatically repudiated on Tuesday. As it stands at present, Infills would lack on a Joint ballot, from twanty-four to thirty votes to re-elect him. Ill fixers, with a des...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

ciiivoi nn;s. FnniiiT. Don't Co t nl o Politic - JiH iltH Picioil. The following win written for implication prior 10 111(1 (MOCUOll, IMtL )tH It MKt nni, ni live mini n.n , on account of Its length we eoulU not Hint spice for It. It U tooKooil o low, however, ntui w KlveltatlhlHtlmo. I.im rn. To the I'.dltorof Tiik Advocatk: The other evening I had a dream. of the brothers of the alll ... ,v . anre would like to hoar It. I hal been down to the village store that evening and had been listening to (ami may bo took part In) a miscellaneous argument on the farmera' rlghta and wrongs, from raising turnips to ralalng hades in politics, and when 1 went home I must have had a head full of deep prob lems on economics mixed with the "bout hour In the moon to plant potatoes on." However, I got homo all right and to bed, when I miiHt have falleu directly to (deep. I found myself in a beautiful country. It seemed to be very much like Kansas, rich in soil, level, and-dry. I was on a country road...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

dor," h ; t i . Sum, pointing olT over the wtalkn labeled Kanwis. "Think Kaunas will jt-t some, Sum ?" "Don't know; she need It bad," hats Stun. ''If tlioHH bugs stay on her much longer, hIic'h gone." Suddenly Ihe wind went down In one of thoHe dead calms preceding a Btorm. and we looked over Kansas for nigns. "There It ( omen," mild Sam; and sure enough, big banks and rolls of cloud were raining, looking black and threaten ing, and an they came chmer and doner I could floo that theae clouds were labeled; surely thin was a great conutry for label ing. On them I could trace the words, "farmers' alllauce," "knighfa of labor," "labor reforms," "nationallMt clnbu," "union labor," "citizens' alliance," and other nameB of reformers. Hut the far mers' ulliance wan the nioHt prominent. ".Sam," said I, "I'm afraid they've gone Into jHjliticH. Sam scowled at. me and said something about "damfoollH If they didn't." Ah the clouds came doner I thought 1 could distinguish, In among them, faces an...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 November 1890

Ui.ai,tik.i vn ttivii'imsnts. hirMA nmvfii Tho democratic snoci or common 01 uiowi wuo uu I I r The Advocatb now has the largest party, of course, must oppose the ro- for with us by calling thorn hard O Mfl(llt)PIiM circulation of any paper in tho stnt J publican .loctrino a matter of nm or miHrepnnl.n tbr pom ( JTtvV J VAW circumuouoi i I ht, and in orcW to conform to tho tra-Uiouh. Why aro these men resubmis- (j Lf Kansas and you will do well 10 Liitional policy of tho party, which sionists? Wo aver that tho republi- ; -- rr::;:;--:-:rr:--:: . -- conH;(or this fact if you wish to reach j joji opposition to what can press and leaders of tho rnlIi mMKwn n the greatest number of readers at tho the mmUf ,rty ban favored ro- can piry are directly and solely ro ADVOCATE PUBLISIIIiili II). Llest expense. Our subscription gardless of tho question of right or sponsible for it. They aro rosponsi- BJHAu.ar, u I b liHtandHtogobillHareopenforin- wrong. " ifc in moro ways than o.,. j. i LiMKHuu...

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