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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

9 THE ADVOCATE. CAL'SIC OV TJIIt DARK AGB-WIUTIIKK ARB WK DUITO'Or Tothu Killtor of Tut Advocate; A newspaper sent mo eome time ago had thU portion of an article marked "The CuthoHc church produced the dark ages." Though believing In "The rW mon on the Mount," I am not an ardjnt admlror of churchlanity, hence there la no occasion for ni) Jlaklng Uhuh on the quo tation, hut it suggested to mo the Itlou, "whither are we drifting!" A United States public document, "re port of the monetary communion," eoflaia to throw light ou hoth the marked state nient and my query, as the following ex tracts ehow: "At the Christian era the metallic money of the Human Empire amounted to one thousand eight hundred million dollars. By the end of the llfteenth cen tury It hud shrunk to 1phh than two hun dred million dollars. During thin period the most extraordinary and baneful change took place In the condition of the world. Commerce, art, wealth and free dom dlaappeared. The people were re duced by pov...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 ITRIFICATJON OF POLITICS. Timely Mutter From Iho KepreMutatlvf Klcrt From Hie Mit.vMnlli bUirl-t-Enter-print', Mrllnsitii County. To the Killtor of Tiik Aiivotatk: I desire to fiend u few thoughts on the cauHott and results of the late 'eh tlon. MoHt important of all we must remember that the questions Involved in the cam paign were discussed before the usual campaign excitement begun. The mem ber of the alliance In their weekly Hchoolhouse meetings had for weeks and months calmly and deliberately discussed the great economic questions of the day. They had begun to not only feel and know that something wus wrong, but through these discussions and the read ing of reform papers had formed tolera ble clear Ideas what particular parts of our government machinery were wrong. If a majority of the people know that through a monopolistic finance and trans portation system, they are being robbed of the fruits of their labor, they can by no opposition be kept from changing the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

4 THE ADVOCATE. fublLiht! Kvery Wednesday by the ADVOCATE PUBHSHIIIG CO. 8. MoLallin, Pre.iildiMit, ) y(a J. 1. LiMsnuanKit, Kim. M.inaKnr, W. T. iJtoww, Hflo'y Tnuwurer, ) 1 pneiori H. McLai.mm, Kdltor. i!,Su;.,1J,'rt jA.-odataK.IIU TKIlMSOF BUlttSCItlfTION Ono Copy Ono Year H.M Twelve copies on yt'iir JiO.oo Oluls of 'twenty coplon or over, f .ho each. Advertising ltatcii. DInjtlay Matter, 18 cwnti jwr line, Afttto meiw Ornnwnt (14 linen to the Inch) Kt'HdJna Noticed, 30 cnt. pir lino. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topeka Kinsoi. TOrJEKA, i KAN," I) KCEM Mil 10, lBlXX (Enteral aanooond olan matter In tho l'ont Onc at Toiioka, KauflM.) A WORD TO ADVERTISERS. Previous to tho eloction The Advo cate held, undisputed, tho position of tho leading papor in tho state of Kan 809 in point of circulation. Tho great political triumph of tho people's party has givou our Babecription list a groat impetus, bidding fair to doubla during tho coming your. Sub Bcription b...

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

THE ADVOCATE. 5 motl bounteous profusion and loht Below is a table which will explain ibclf, as it may bo carefully read am considered: t'Ol'NTV. 1 Doniphan ,, ,. S'Atclihoil 3 " 4 Jefferson 6 " Leavenworth. 71 Wyandotte . Johniion , Franklin . , Miami....'! Uun Anderion Allen Jlouibon.. Crawford. Cherokee '. lAbottO. . . Montgomery . Neonho Wilson .,. WoodSOU , Coffey .... Omige Shawnee Tarknon . P.rown... Nemaha , Marnhall 14 Pottawatomie , Klley (Ifary waimuunee. Lyon Oreenwood. , Kik i Chautauqua , DO Cowley mi " Cutler , 61 '.! 03 (u Chauo. or Marlon , Morris IUcklriBon , 07 08 7( 71 Ti 73 74 75 7l 77 78 71) HO Ht 82 8.1 84 87 8i 8!) oo 91 at tM 9ft 07 98 W) 100 lot 103 104 iw 100 1()7 10H 100 110 111 m Clay Washington , Republic. Cloud....' Ottawa Sail no Mcriu'rson. Harvey... Hednwlck. Sumner. Harper... Kingman, liarber.... Pratt Ueno Stafford .. Itarton..., IU:e Kllsworth. KiuMfU ... Lincoln ... Mitchell.. Oriboru ... Jewell .... Smith rtimipR Hooka Kill , Kush I'awncft.... ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

0 THE ADVOCATR T.'IE SriRiT OF THE PREPS 6?I IN OALLS AUDACITY. The corrupt stupidity of Senator Ingallj and his strikers, an gathered from their post election utterances, is almost if not qnito without a par allel in American politico The Advo cate reproducer a few comments from its exchanges concerning the action of tho Senator and his small coterie of worshippors, who seem willing to . make a Hhow of themselves Tho Burr Oak Advocate, quotes from a paper outside of Kansas tho following scriptural vorse, in which tho Sonator seems to take extraordi nary delight, and gives a sensible homily thereon, tho quotation and conclusion boing as follows: "The race U not always to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, but ho that endureth to the end the mime shall he saved." Indeed, how pertinent and how supremely ap propriate. When a man Is on his la fit legs It makes no difference how hi;; a sinner he may have been, he begins to turn his attention to sacred to tliliiK ; to Nome plan of l...

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

THE ADVOCATE. 7 THE CONTIM'IXO PEKVKRS1TIFS OF IN' OA US AND JIH fHl'MS. Tho Capital, with an enterprise that bent befits it. hastens to give placo to the following on lit r Major A. McKlnlcy, special atcnt of the In terior department, has Just nturnt from a three weeks' vUlt In southern Kansas. He stated List night to ft CtwltAl reporti-r that there had been a great revulsion In feeling since the election, and that he was catMlcd that several membersof the next legislature elected ly the alliance, but who are republicans at heart, will vote for Ingalls. lie thluki that Mr. lu galls w ill be elected. While, as an exchange says, "John J. Iogalls' chances for re-election arc like! j to prove on 'irridesceut dream,' " yet occasionally one will bo found with tho liko ability to judge of events that Major McKinloy expresses, as above given. While Mr. Ingalls was makiug his October, 1H'.)(), speeches to the people of Kansas, ho was wont to nay: "I am not hero to raako a republican pro hib...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

8 THE ADVOCATE. KZCONI) ANNUAL MESSAGE TO CO.YGIlKtiH OF PJIKMPKNT HAItltlyON. ( Ctmt Inutil from lrt jxigtt.) 6u 8 of 1800 is rejoiced over, though for party renaona the service wan put In charge of a political adventurer, whose repudiation of everything almont that boro on civil service, was patent to the eyo of the careful observer. Hut the jllmax Is capped when the president avers: The law relating to the civil sorvico has, - no far an I can learn, Leon executed by thoao havingtho power of appointment in the classified service with fidelity and im partiality, and the service has been increas ingly satisfactory. The report of the com mission shown a large arnuuitt of good work done daring the year with very ymited ap propriations TUB CUOW NINO OLOKY OK TIIK FrrtHT HKH PION OK TIIK FIKTY-FlltHT CONOREHH. Let the casual observer but notice the following congratulations: ' '' I congratulate the Congress and the coun try upon the passage ot the first session of the Fifty-first Congre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 0 The National Home Circle, KANSAS CITY, MO. A Monthly M;ik:i.Iiic devoted to the Kducutlou ami lnteit.ilnmcnt tf the I'aiuIIy Circle, Subscription price, $1.00 per Year. THE NATIONAL HOME CIRCLE Is rToml.iil iis niu' of tin- I.KAWNC FAMILY .lOtUNAI.S OK AM I'KICA, Kurh number consists of sivtecn to tivcnly- four I'U'.'.i'H mi fine paper and well printed. THE NATIONAL HOME CIRCLE, lirslili's tin' contributions from Its regular staff of editorial writers hihI contributors, will Introduce hoimij Important special fea tures In tin January number. Anions others, 1.1 a series of articles on Household Hclencc.from the pen of MUM. EMMA I'. KW IXC, who has m successfully conducted cooking schools at ('hautampia, ami elsewhere In tlut Kast, us well As In tin West. MRS. KWINC, as In well known, stands at the head of tcaehors of household science, uml Is one of the most iiopulur Nillcrs lit the lending Jomiials of the I'nlted States on dietetic economy. Arrangements have also bee...

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

10 THE ADVOCATE OFFICIAL DMECTOny. NATIONAL rAH.UKEl.T AM.IANCK AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. Irw1rt.Mit jj Polk, Wnuhliifrton, T). C. W rr'.nltlerit H. If. Hover. VnmhrXthin. Hun Hs trtary. , J. II. Turner, WttsMriKtoii, D. C. Triuiiiimr IL W. Illi kft'iui. ruiloo. Mo, lv turr H-n Terrell, WaalilnRtoii, D.t). Krreuiu fVmulf-Thrfe year, IL A. Tatty, lwacon, MIii ; two year, Imum AKUraekcu, AiH.; onnye.tr, Kvan Jotwn, Dublin, Tex. Jtrfmtllve, I'ommilUtr-i). W. MHluiin. Waah hitton, I, V,, AV)Uo Wanliill, Huron, Houth Dakota; .1. r. Tinman, raimcuo, lenn. CITIZKNS' ALLIANCI3 OF KANHAH. lreHllHiit D. C. Zmher, Okf.he, Kun. Vice IT-Ktilnt ..Ira D. lOllotfif, Columbus, Kan. flw'y..W. F. Ulghtinl re, Cottonwood Fails, Kan. Itwwurer W. II. porter, Oswego, Kan. Lecturer H. If. rlnyrier, KliuniAn, Kun. Krrsmjlm Committee, 1st dlutrtct, John Mod !arl; 'ml rilMtrlet, IC. II. Foy; M tlhrtrlct, O. lilll; 4th district, ('. W. Marsh, Chairman, To prKji, KanwiR; rthdUrrtrt, A. Ili'iiuuonet: rtih rtMrict, W...

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

THE ADVOCATB. 1 1 i . SKXAT03 I.V0ALLS SILENT. IIt Una Nothing to flay About the Situation In Kniift. i Washington Tout, Nov. ), jhoo. rua.tor Ingalla arrlvod lat night, fil ing In good health phyaically ami calm and tranquil mentally. He politely but peremptorily declined to talk for publi cation. Ilia attention woa called to a apodal in the New York World yester day bearing the date of Atehiflon, Kins., in which bo waa quoted aa having made certain statements regarding the alli ance, hin proHpectu for election and his plans for the future. Mr. Ingnlld characterized the Inter view u a pure invention, an absolute fabrication, and without even the ground work of truth. He Bald, further, that he hod not conversed with any person what ever on these subjects, and had author ized no statement to be made aa emanat ing from him. "I want it distinctly un derstood," said Senator Iug&llfl, "that I have uaid nothing for publication and will sny nothing, bo that any Interview with me which ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

"12 THE . ADVOCATE, ,UMIa?iiut of Not1 IVopWi Fpr. ( Jlr. T. W. Pack, an old Ioan, who lias ben la Topeka for tho eight yearn pact, rornovf a h! CWjy and Farm lbcord to L'urlirtfton, Cofifty count, the home of Coapjwiman Kelly, where he will dy vcii LLauelf to thclatreuta of the Fnirin 'cra' AMancn and Industrial Union. : Tins Advocatk bolleveu that by thla Cringe the liaea of Mr. Pack will fill in plMflnnt places, and that the newspaper fraternity of Burlington, Ue&en. Drown, of the Nonpareil, Smith, of tho Itepub-lli-an, and Watroua, of tho Inl'endent, will give him a most hearty welcome, and that thoy will find him "fooman worthy of their stool." Mr. Pack for two score years haa stood related to reformatory politico, and ho believoH that an excellent Held now opens up before him In his choueo work, which we trust will prove to hlra aglid fruition, ond that the good people of Cof?y county and Mr. Pack will be mutually benefited by thla newspaper movement. ' ' ' - . .. i j , Hl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 13 CORRESPONDENCE. ; Cabiionoalk, November 27, lS'JO. Kihtor Advocate: At . a regular moetlnjf of Pleasant Vale Alliance No. 2,131, the following resolutions were adopted : Whereas, I'miry In a crime that is com monly practical in Kanuan, and Whereas, The premmt penalty has ho ef fort upon Rome, therefore, IU'moIvimI, That we demand of tho letflnla ture that thoy introduce and pan a bill to the effect that when any person or person are guilty of committing UHury they Ua1 suffer tho Ions of both principnl and inter est; and Henolved, That we demand a reduction of th logal ruts to 8 pr cent. , , , Rtwol red, That our secretary be instructed to nend a copy of thene rewolutiona to Ti Aiivotatx, Kanma Farmer and People's Herald. A. J. Ukminoton, Socretary. Hlnln ICNolii(lon from ftfUihnll County, EniTOit Advocatk: The following pre amble aad resolutions were adapted by Cawkor City F. A. A I. U.f No. 1331, It. McLane, president; L. N. Walling, sec retary; and also by Spring ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

D..TK3S. LOW, 11 D., S:rt::s. Ofllre and private lHr.j)!lJ, 8lfl VMt.nn Ave.. Tonika. 0 ret 10 a. m dlwiiwd of the. Kya and f.itrj 10 a. in. to li m., Deformities; J to 4 p. in., dlc''(i of Women hihI Hnrncrjr. Will vlutt any part of the oiiiity to tv.faf. as afutor council with any IckM mmi rpuUUe phy alcJ.tn. 'liri.'i!tn mmln;( t Ihm cl.j f-r lrr iwditwtJlii4 r-iceilenijulvateor jmLai liojl ttl ammriMR!iiUou. All coritspoiulcur trotnjjt- Ijaiswrwl BE UULVANE. KUIIK XJIDlYAllE, .-- -r- Of TIJt ' (f .. . N, TOPEKA EcJical aai Sarglcal INOTITXJTX3, Mik a nowliilty of all Chronic and Bursal Din eanos. we have practiced medicine and aurpry ' hero for flfun years, and durtiijf that time have treated succeiiHruIly hundred of chronic cumcs which luul resisted Hie skill of local physicians. WE CUKE ALL F0O3 OF Cl.r.QNIO DISEASED .. ftemove tumors, cure cancers without tho knife, cure plies without knife or ligature. ALU lil'A KAS..;1 FKCUI.LAU TO WO.UiCN jpeo.L.'y And successfully treated....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. ,5 IIS 1 npp llulluO Mil u Tho Kaunas Alliance Jlich&ngo Company now located in Kenans City, KanNiiM, in tho llustml Building, Mioneeota Avonuo. Tho Secretary ot the company, II. W. Sandunky, haa moved hia office from Topelcu to tho name place. The biittineHs management ia now in tho hands of tho executive commit tee, which is componed of throo members of tha board of directors. Lust year the buninens was done with the etockholders only. The county triwtee stockholders at their nnnnal meeting in October instructed tho board to adopt tho co-operative plan of bnwinoes. In compliance with Bald mhtrno tions tho board has resolved to do thia at onco, and will in tha foturo do businoHS with all clauses of pooplo, whothor they are elockholders or not. Tho company will soon bo prepared to take care of all tho business in very line intrusted to them. At the cloeo of tho business year tho net profits of tho businena will bo divided as follows: Forty per cent of the not profi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

16 THE ADVOCATE rvi nr TnUfJtCULL. CTflCAfl & ALLIEN CCD CO.. CtC PfJ, ttmUtt tJ Tr Ci?sii f tlx frti a.f (YU.Vjikk ttll4 Frn, Kill-Mil Uthi .., KAMSA CITY, U. J L.a I'ja rr 7 0- J . FEPPARD, 1220 IHQH AVENot, Mil. I MT a m-H iai. I . ' (na l.l.n k ftora UnW I0 KANSAS CiTY.l'O. S til. Wluir Alf.l'. Alitka Ctonn, Timothy, lilii. (,,., ( h.r,M,i.,i. Mel Ioi, nl'a Tin S1.. ' tvmxt, II lr.. MSAS CITY I IE OIIIVERSITY Katia;M City, Mo.. New York IJf bu'Iiflui?. t; VV. (). Melton, vice president him! K. L. Mcllravv. resident and trliiclrl of rolli'ue of iHiHu'iwi: VV. (), Melton, vice president Mini principal of Hloitn-liiiployan school of shorthand: W. W. IJihIiiii'V. HiH-rH ii'V and treasurer, arid wrkjctyial school of KuiILmIi. A moLTCMnlva school with trof;ri'Htitvn teachers tn propreitJitve times. Cuslnrss cmrn unexcelled. HynU'in of short- uni imsi.ini'ii in iss man riAir me uiiio r t-.tr i iy B: iioois tniu anv of tint n i met hod. Hue- cMiVuiiy iHvtM by mall. llnSlHii touru if...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 December 1890

00 o ? nil 1( I tr, .' III W Willi , 'I 1 ' I 1 II Mill I I I I I I I I -t Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 10. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1090. 10 PAGES. SKfOND ANNUAL MESSAGE TO CONtiHKNH OK VKKSIDKXT HARKISON. Benjamin Harrison on December 1, 1890, eent to the Senate and House of Representatives his second message. It is made up mainly of statements, and, comparatively speaking, of but very lit tle argument. He congratulates Con gress that the work done by government oflicers and em ploy ea of every grade has almost wholly escaped unfavorable criti cism, and ho speaks of these matterB With freedom because he says "the credit of this good work Is not alone mine, but Is shared by the heads of the several departments with the great body of faithful oflicers and employes, who serve under them," and therefore he "invites the eloHest scrutiny of Congress to all the methods of administration...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

i dm . MX f l Jl) C : f it , J7 UA( li y J , J 7 J7 17 ; i it i ti w y j r i hj Devoted to the Interests of the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 17. V 1 It J i 1 " 1 17 i TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1890. 10 PAGES. INOAUH IV Tllli BKUINWINO OF HIS LAST KKHSIOX OF CONUItENH. The ciijItal of the United Statou of America, Washington, D. 0., has a quite peculiar system of government, and it was discussed at some length la the United States Senate on the Gth lnst. by reason of Senator Ingalla, chairman of the District of Columbia, having intro duced into the Senate a joint reuolutlon which hud to do with its bonrd of com inlduIonerB. Senator Voorhees, in the course of his remarks upon this matter, doclared: 1 undortako'to say that there is not bo anomalous a spectacle amongst tho nations of the earth at thin time as the city govern ment of Washington city. We are a republic, at feast no called, and the people govern, or at l...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

2 THE ADVOCATE. MESSAGE OF L L POLK, Proitdent of the National Fftnnifr' Alliance nrnl Industrial Union, Delivered at Oeala, Flft.,DeroinbiT2,181)0. To lh (ip'trn and Mtmbert of thr, Surnmt Council of lh N. F. A, t . U.: Congratulating you; and through you, tlio great organization you represent, on the hopeful and encouraging auspices under which you have thin day assembled, I bog to submit for your earnest consideration such thought and suggestions ttliecting the pres eut nnd future of our grout ordur as may conduce t the successful proikicutlon of its noble and patriotic- purposes. Profoundly impressed with the rnngnitude of this groat revolution for reform, in vol v. ing issues momentous and stupendous in their character, an affecting the present and future welfare of the people; the public iuind in naturally directed to thin meeting with nuxiout internet, if not solicitude, and you cannot be unmindful of the importance and responsibility that attache to your ac tion nit represen...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. 3 cal value to tltu ordur, or that it be abolished. L I recommend, if it be practicable ami that the ofhVe nnd duties of treasurer, be transferred nnd merged into that of the secretary. A. I respectfully suggest to your boJy the expediency and advisability of reiuiring any nllioer of your body who may bo nomi Luted or appointed to Any civil otllco to tender tho resignation of bin ol!!ce prompt ly, upon hi acceptance of hik'Ij nomination or anointment. I HI TtllKNT OEl'AUTM UNI S, For a ftutement of tho work and dutifs performed in tlio various departments, you are respectfully referred to'tho reports, re spectively, of the otllco in charge. And in this connection, I recommend, with the con eurrciuo of nil the otllcors concerned, tho appointment of ii competent committee, early in your session, who shall, with your Niitionnl Secretary, examine carefully and thoroughly tho record of all receipts nnd disbursmeuts, and report thereon, before your adjournment. It affordi me...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 December 1890

THE ADVOCATE. lulU.th4 Every Wednesday by ttie ADVOCATE PUDLISHIHG CO. B. MoLALLiif. President. I J. P. LzMRitupNRit, Una. Manager, V - . . . . V. T. Know, Sm'v Treasurer? f Proprietors r. mclalijx. i.nr,or. T&Kl&lk? Associate Kdltors. TEIUf OF BUIWCIUPTION One Copy One Year 11.00 Twelve cdjilt'i one year $10.00 Clubs ox 1 wouty copies or ovr i.bo eacu. Alvcrtl)3n,x ltattu. DlMpIiJty Matter, 15 cents pen-line, Agate mean- urfmiii (u lines to mo men; Jteodlng Notices, ao cents per linn. Address all communications to the ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Topeka Kansaa. TOPJ2XA, KAN., DECEMBER 17, 1800. (Entered aanooond claw matter In tho l'oet Oam at Topeka, KaMaa.) SPECIAL CLcn Msr. Tna Advocatr & National Economist. . f 1.75 " " Chicago EiproHH... 1.75 " " Doiter Free 1'roHi 1.75 " ' NouoonformiHt 1.75 " Knsaa Commonor....l.75 " " Toiler 1.H5 " Kamiaa Farmer 1.75 " " Weekly National int... .1.50 A WORD TO ADVERTISERS. Previous to the election The Advo cate held, undisputed, tho p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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