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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

4? S 1 V ' V if-J '.'"v ... v. mimif'. v- Vv Vl; cx Vjy "-cr.' v,..;, - ,- ; ' ' -UK''1'"" ' . ! y , V '". ,X Devoted to the Interests of the Fanners' Alliance and Industrial Union, and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 21. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1891. 16 PAGES. CONaiiraHIONAL. Saimnary of the Vrort&lag of tli Flftjr II rat Conjtrodd-SooBKl BIonleooaltf 12, 181)0, to January 0, 1801, Iunlatlve. December 12. Senator Puddock, of Nebraska, presented a memorial of dele gates reproaentiog the Farmers' Alliance an' Industrial Union of twenty-five states ami throo territories and a resolu tion adopted by the supreme council of the F. A. & I. U., recently held at Ocala, Florida, praying for the passage of Sen ate bill No. 8,991, known aa the pure lard bill, and protesting agalnBt the panua;je of Houso bill 11,508, known aa the Con ger lard billj and as thofle bills are pend ing before the Senate, the memorial oad resolution were laid on the table. Senator Dol...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. merits of our government, formulated in Hccrui ctiucLrt, are to b restored la our ntatuto fx ;ks tot ti9 i.'overuniont of this treat country, without dibalo, without li vum:on, without examinntion, and tho ruled on J uniujos and methods of prooodure which for ouo hundred years have governed nnd boon observed in tho Sonnto are for thin purpose to bo overthrown: if neither Jfouco of Congress is any longer a deliberative body it in at least proper that tho facta bo pro claimed, so that the pooi le may bo made Aware of the chnitt nnd pass political judgment on tho political party retiponnible for it. The Houno panned an aniondmcnt to the lnterutato commerce act, relating to the attendance of witnetmes and tho tak ing of tcfltlmony by deposition, by n vote of 217 to C. It reHclvod itself Into com mittee of ths whole on the state of the union on the shipping bill. December 19. Senator Bate, of Ten ntooee, in a epeoch on the election till, forcibly remarked: Aa a defender of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

THE -ADVOCATE. 3 upon the calendar, and he stated that In a few days tho majority and minority re orta on the same would bo presented. At 12::!0, one half hour after the con vening of the Senate, on motion of Sen atur Sherman, of Ohio, the Senate went Into executive seunlon, ami at lilO, on motion of Senator Hoar, the elections bill was taken up, an J thereupon Senator Oeorge, of MlHslnaippi, resumed hia Hpeoch on the subject which wm com menced on the previous Wednesday. thic iNicxriarrKi) oktkn haiteni to THE lllCI'CIU.IOANH. Senator John 1. JoneB, of Nevada, the great free coinage of Bilver advocate, ap iH'ared In tho Senate on this day for the Unit time In the eeHtnon. Aa Senator George began to speak on the elections bill, Senator Stewart, of Ne vada, ankcd the Mlnuhialplaa to yield to hlrn for a moment, which courtewy hav ing been extended to him, he thereupon moved to eet tho elections hill aside and take up the finance meaauro. At this juncture poor old Mr. Hoar vir tually l...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

4 THE ADVOCATE. fT. I S am 17 O mm N. R. P. A. rubllahed Every Wednesday by th ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. 8. NcLalmn, President, ) fA)9 J. i. LiMZHUiiNxct, Hun. Manager, V . , . . W. T. Usm) wn, rWy Treasurer, ) 1 fopnocors H. MoLau.in. Editor. TEIU1J OF BUUllCItlFTION One Copy One Year tl.CO Twelve wiples one year I io.oo Clubs of Twenty copies or over, M tah. A4TortIulji ltatcxi. ,i Display Matter, 20 cents pr line, Agata mean CituiuQt (14 linns to the Inch) Kding Notices, 40 cents per line, direst all communications to the AQV0CATI PUEUSHJKQ CO. ' Topaks Kantss, , TOPEICA, KAN., JANUARY 14, 1S91. (Eatarnl as second claim matter In tLa Tout 031 at Topoka, Ennnim.) special clcii lwt. , Thi Adtocati A National Eooncmlnt. .$1.75 " " Chicago Kxfirww 1.75 " " Dextor Free Prow 1.75 " Nonconform 1.75 " KftjiHas Cotnmonor,...1.75 " " Toiler Lfl5 " " Kapkm Farmer 1.75 " " Weekly National.... 1.50 Bl'MAL NOTICE. No single subscription to The Ad vocate will bo takon aftor this dato for loss tha...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

THIS ADVOCATE . 5 his relation to tho affair by tho exeou tive board of the State Alliance, and every membor of tho order will bo satisfied to loat o tho matter for tho present in their handu, and when their final verdict ia rendered, to abide by tho result Of one thing all may rent assured. Tho order is fully compe tent to settle its own affaire, and that, too, without disaster to its future in terests. The discord and disintegra tion bo confidently prodicted and ho ardently hoped for by the enemy will not take place. Tho prosperity of tho organization will not bo interrupted, or its final triumph in tho loost re tarded. Mr. Ingalls will not bo re elected, nor will any other Kepubli can Buccoed him at this oloction. Thofio who doubt this conclusion know very little of tho temper or de termination of tho men upon whom th election of a United States Sen ator from Kansas now depends. ANIMUS OF THE ItKPUHLICAN FRFJSS. Wo havo in another place diacussed the authorship of the Turner lett...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

G THE ADVOCATE. a goiigeouh display foil a 8kna toh'3 wife. Tho Now York Sun, a paper of the hybrid titylo of politicu, though evor a chnmpicn of hard money, of high taxes and clawi legislation generally, publishes an interviow of much length with the wife of Senator In galls. Tho report of it commences t3 follows: DWahiiinoton, I), C, January l.-Among the notable women of Washington Is Annio Louisa Cheescborough Iiik.iIIi. She li a handsome, matronly and stately looking woman In appear auce, forty cxM years of ago, and the mother of eleven children, seven of whom are now living. She la uhort In stature, her hair bocomlgly sll vered with gray. Bho Is witty and entertaining in conversation. ' Surrounded by her children in their comfor table homo In Eighth street, she cheerfully talked to tho Sun correspondent about her husband, John James Ingalls, who still hoped that hid term of eighteen yeard In the Senate will be rounded out with six years more, making a con tlnuoud term of tervlc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. 7 REPORT OF THE KK.NATK REVISION COM mum. Five members of tho tomato branch of tho Legislature vory far re moved from tho people a body of men elected in Presidential campaign and pledged threo years in advance for a candidate for United States Senator who had expoctod to bo Senator long enoagh to dio in that important, miporuiblo office havo acted undor tho functions of an thority of a questionable natnro and have, on tho ovo of tho sitting of tho Legislature of 1801, submitted a re port as a labor of a Senate revision conimitteo. Thetio iivo revisers represent in tho in tho aggregate sovon counties out of tho 100 in tho state. They havo all boon expecting to bo ready to carl thoir votes for that promt rnisropro Bontative, John J. Ingalls, for tho fourth time for United States Sena tor, though ho is in a minority of 5,.T.)' on tho Legifilativo tickets that wero voted upon in tho counties of Andor eon, Butler, Clay, Crawford, Dickin Bon, Labette and Linn. Ono of thoHo ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

0 THE ADVOCATE. Ti;a movisional uw makeilv Tho Sonato rovi-sion - comtLii'o havo enterod with groat zcnfc Tlpoa tho work of cntablishing foc3 and ealarid for t.tftt county rad town ship officers raniof; froxa Governor to copiablo and witnor-wia. V' ' Tho Governor has a salary of $3)000. Ilia private secretary has $2,000, Tho Licutonant Governor coivoa for hia Bervicoa $0 par day dur ing tho sitting of tho Loftiulaturo and 15 contn per rnilo for travol tfoing to and returning from each Bonsion of tho Legislature and ho has tho addi tional Bum of $l,fi00 per annum. i Tho warden of tho titato peniten tiary rocoivea for hia nervicoa $2,000 por annum. Tho railroad commm Bicnora each rocoivo for their service $3,000 per annum. Now in contract with tho foregoing lot tho salaries of county oQcers bo noted. In tho counties of Leaven worth, Hodgwick, Shawneo and Wynndotto this commiHuion provides that county treafiurera shall roceivo $2,C00 por annum, and county clorka $2,400. Tho countiea of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. 0 that It would bo a long, a wiao ami an Important atop In th right direction. . frmator Etewart, of Nevada, xpmuil admire that an early day should bo flied for i&Uag the VJto and Bugged flatur day, January 10, whereupon Mr. I'M inunda remarked, In a tone of bitter rir- canm: The senson is drawing to an end and thin mot important and immaculate bill ouitht to be got into the form of law at tho oarlioHt poBHible moment. Tho country, of course, la suffering for it. Disaster and baakruptoy are said to be Impending and therefore we ought not to leave a stone unturned to get an immediate Toto upon it. Senator Edmunda might naturally ridi cule the Idea of ''Impending dlHMiter and bankruptcy" and more especially whnn he calla to mind Ida remarks made in the Senate on Decembor 17, 1889, whon, In defending the high-taxora, he thua drawa thU glowing picture of those toxed: Look at tho condition of the American laborer with the money he gotu. Oo into hia house in New Enrland ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE M DeiuM By roqueot of many of our BubHcrihora n news de partment will bo adJod to our columns. Thin will contain a condensed and comprthormive weekly review of the IntoroHtiEjj and important happenings of the day, of the world at largo and tha etiito of Kanww. Tie LeiisMfe Proteins of tho new body of Repre Houtativen will be reported by one of our bIaIT, who will be on tho ground. They will be compiled with care and giyeu fretih from tho capital in an iatoroHting and comprehonnlve manner. Congropalonal proceedings from weekly Congromiional roportu will be f uraiahed with the eame caro and view to keep our uub ucribera fully informed. will be given from themoHt reliable Bourco they can be obtained. OHlcial Alliance Matter, both Stato and " Nationa', will bo continued. All economic and im portant Ihhuch of the day will be discuisnod. In fact, it wtll be tho aim of Tun AdvocIatk to pronont as complete a journal there ia publiuhod in the country to moot the wanta of our pat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. THIRD CHRONICLES. It camo to patta that in tho Bocond year of the reltfn of ltonjtioln ttu llulor, that there was a groat urrlminir. among th doodI. for thv wer eorelv otoreiweJ, and knew not the cause thereof. Sora aaij It la the tariff. The cg in not pro tects. Whf roforo can tho hen be in ducctl to lay? Others said It la tho cor ruptlon of KlltiH. Verily it should bo purified; while some answered, go to now 'it Is an Irrldescont dream." Now about thin time tho great Bennto; from Kansas made a great fvaut in Wanh Ington, and many of the party bouawa were there; and they did drink and make merrv. and Drained tho coda of cold and sliver. For the silver bill had boon paiwed. In tho same hour camo forth Angora o. a man's hand and wroto over agalnut the wall of tho palace. And tho great JSen otor saw the hand that wroto, and hh countenance waa changed, and his thoughts troubled him, bo that his liueea smote ono against tho other. Ami the great Senator cried aloud to bring...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

12 THE ADVOCATE FLORIDA VkVZllX tllvtr Pprlngn-The Be form Frefiu-4 '" 50. IL ' A Bllver-tongued oratcr, bora a poet 1 tnd qualified with the choicest and rich oat vocabulary might hope to convey 6iaethlng cf the beauty end the dmra,of EUver Springs. But aka, a mere writer, depending upon the cold print ;.page, must despair of hnpartlag to the r wider any adequate tens of thii marvftloy.?! beut! f ul etream of water. Through el i. ty-three feet of this limpid purity one can b3 the tiniest pebblci and the dain tiest mouaeo as clearly aa if they laywith ii easy reaoh from the ede of tie bout. All the huofl of the rainbow chaae each other ever the ourface of the itream, ehlftlng; and changing every eocond. A great (beet of color will break Into frag raontu. and falllnff like colored sparks from a Bpont rocket, aoeia to lettlo-ujion the graaaoi at tho bottom of the atresia and Invent them with lrndescent bngntoofifl The giant cypreea trees oUndlng guard alcxz the, backa ira draped and f...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

IS THE rOLLOWIN'U A TALK VtO'J. UZAL LIFE f Road this elyslan description of Ed- munds, the Vermont Senator: The American laborer htm a houao, uciilly his own. Ho baa a carpet oa hid iWl ia etfind of clay at the bottom of it. He has glmia windows; ho has a piano, or, if not an aoc'jrdeon or some munioal inntrument; he riM his books; ha has free school for ma children; ha ban paper on hin walls: ha haa fmh mnt. mnrv ii. If niin it T itn not; ha hum butter, unltva Chicago supplies mm with something tlnef but ha suppose ha ha butter; ha ha white brwul; ha haa a plao to co to church; he ban everything that makes the comfort and welfare of the home, lie has hin vacations and excuraioua. If he bo honent and inibmtrious nnd aobr no hurt everything that tho richest man in America can have; and, in general, if you take all of what wo call rich men in Amer ica no is a great aeai nappier tnnn tney are: he tleona better At ntirht. nnd hA in nn well clothed and his children and wife are as well ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. ... v. wnTmnm?T)TT liTITK ! m . horns, iiuid China JK'K. Uroiu WC'i- from the effects of Youthful Folll., In- O Galloway an-I- ,! Polled 'Anus 7 Helton mil Bulls For 8U. Of my own ra!nlir; from lin ported dams; the very bent itock. Mlces low. A. J. GJtOVKlt, MukoUIi, Kaa. Ptauis mention Thk Ajpvooatw. 25 -TTTICTIITA AND BOUTIIWftrtl'JtN KKM- rffrhwr. Tit), ivsi n. wieuiut ni., i . i'lcli!t;u Ho. Breeder of Imported Dogi.Leoii- rurv, fc.t. Bernards. NewfounrtUnds, ftngusa ()).Vn, German, ICiiKttsh and lr!nh Pointers, Uirnt Iturieortiermau im Hull Terriers and luj.'. Fox Hounds, Larjffl and rWruul Bfaek and-Tuns, Irluh Hottem. King Chariot, Cocker and Japanese Spaniel. LiwUli Shepherds, Scotch. Terriers, JlalrU-HS Miixluis, lvxt and others always on hand. Addrou with sump. Mention I'm Advocate. SulTorl'iur tronUlie elects of Youthful Folll.,In- u:B,-fU.l, h.c-s or .n m n, . tru,rt, Falling Mmory.l on Face, Aversion io n UnlltiKH to M.irry, iyijM-(ini., w meat, Pairs In B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. 15 THE b Mil llljili b Ul The Kansas Allianco Kichanfjo Company ia now locatod in Kwusria City, K&nma, in tho Hristod Building, Minnesota Aycnuo. The Secretary of thfl company, IL W. .Sondabky, has moTod hia offico from Topoka to Uia same placo. Tho business management ia now in tho htatb of tho executive commit- too, which is compouod of throo mcmbora of tho board of directors. Lrvit year tho bcfiinons waa done with the stockholders only. The connty trajtco etockholdera at thoir annual mooting in October instructed tho board to adopt tho co-operative plan of baainena. Tn compliance with E&i'd instruc tions tho board ha3 rouolved to do thia at once, and will in tho future do buHinens with all claracu of people, whether they aro Btockholdors or not The company will soon bo prepared to tako care of all tho business in every line intrustad to them. At tho clooo of the business year tho net profits of tho business will bo divided as follows: Forty per cent of tho n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 January 1891

10 THE ADVOCATE. yeiuusulu nvAZ&n &. mxz:i o;irr, CO.. Lw, F5j"; CuA a;t1,l:: I'seln, C.ic tut C'la. t. UM lUttJIAJJ f ITT, C3 mm 3 4...J ii gray Empoxia, Eanraz, Eilisi Sic, Clflsio, PorciicroD, A Fuel uoacli OHD STfl'iDJRD'DBED STMIIOIIS MID CURES. Our horses were scUicttfd a member of the firm direct from the breeders of Kuropo, and are descendants of the most noted price winners of the OKI World. We paid spot cash for all our stock tudgot the best at great baryiilus ana were nor, obnp.m v) lane uih reiusw irom uiwm blUnt flares In order to ouuln credit, thereby enabling im to soil better antiuala at better priced, iA..n,. ti,... .fwi n i,.. m n iniinwf. thin ultnrvit. unv nther Arm In America. We have also the rnoit mijmrlor sycteui of orvardJir,T companies and stock syndicates In i this eirjmry, and lQHure naatf.Aotloa lcrtlr,n'' 'M aiteiidonto our references. l(y these It will be tfea tlwt we ara noi iuiiainf on comniimuof? rra reiuflw i" ui'n uum. jw tt i'l'iare trans...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

( I ' ' if :j cjmmmi I Devoted to the Interests of the Fanners' Alliance and Industrial Union and Other Kindred Organizations. VOL. II. NO. 22. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1001. 1G PAGES. CONGItFSSIONAL. Saturday, January 10.-Among the Annate proceeding, It appears that the Vice Pretildont presented a communlca Hon from MeBHru. William II. Cloggott and J. 11 DeLaraar, transmitting a pro- teat, Binned by twenty-three members of the Legislature of Idaho, ngalnat allow log Hon. Frederick T. Dubois to take his Boat in the Renate on March 4. 1891. It waa printed and referred to the commit- tee on privileges and electiona. Benator Voorheoa presented the me morial of citizens of Logansport, Indiana, remonstrating against the paaeage of the Conger lard bill, which they declare to be clasa legislation, robbing one Ameri can Industry in order to earich another. Senator Sherman, of Ohio, printed the petition of forty-six peruana of his etato, praying for the pnoo&ge of the Pad d...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

THE ADVOCATE. A UNITKI) 8TATF.S HANK. To tho Kdltor of Til k Advocai k. Tho Interview of "(lath" with Jay GouU hint month, which comes to uh through tho Kunsaa City Time, Is per haps the moiit Important contribution to current political literature tho "wizzard" has ever made. The first point ii In these words, replying to the question ai to the desirability of a United Mates bank, after tho Ifamllton -Gallatin-Crawford plan, to perform the service to tho finances of the country now usurped by tho treasury. He says: I hardly think that would do now. It Would Hpeedily become n political machine. 1 do not Hue how in our country, with things uh we havo thom, you could pro vent mich n bank falling undor tho control of pHrticarm and the political power at Waidiintfton. What, it worn to me, wo need in thi country, in Homo flexibility In our Conremuonal nyt'i, tut tho Ifntinh have. When a vote of confidence in not forthcoming over there, tho parliamentary leader and bin follower top ritfht ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

th:: advocjltc. 3 OCft XKW RESlUYSllilLIim To tho Editor of Tiik Advwtatic. ' IJy electing a majority of the Legisla ture the People's party In Ivanajwi has to Maurao the responslblity that accom panies a victorloua party. 11 dovolvea upon us now to prove that wo can not only show where others have done wrong, but that wo aro willing and able to do bettor ourselves. It will perhaps help us Borne if, before entering upon our duties as legislators, wo look the difficulties we have to meet squarely In the face. The most important cf our duties will be the election of a United KUtes Sena tor. It might fairly be presumed that after winning such a vic tory on a square ly defined antl Ingalla lunue aa we did at the late election, that it would have not tlad that question, but bo deeply has cor ruption In politics permeated the public mind that thin prince of corruptlonlsta boldly and unbluahlngly proceoda on the luwumptlon that he can corrupt enough of the Alliance membcra to secure his re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 January 1891

4 THE ADVOCATE. N. R. P. A. rublluhed Every Wedm-sJay by th . ADVOCATE PU2LI3iii;iG CO. 0. !?;T,AtMif, President, ) fln , J, r. LiMicnuKfotii, Kus. Manner, V . t V. T. HaowM, H)'y Treasurer, Fropr&wa H. McLamin, Kdltor. THItllS OF BUIiOClUPTION' One Copy OnoYear ti.OO Twelve roplcs one year QlQM Cluba cf Twenty copies or over I .iif each. Advertising Hate. Dlp1ay Matter, 20 cents per line, Aaate niea.v llirwnerit (M linen to the inch) lUvuhnu Notices, 40 cents per line. Addrw ail cominuracaUona to the ADVOCATE PUMJSHIK CO. Teotka Kansta. TOPJ2KA, KAN., JANUAIIY 21, 1891. (Entered aa second oluw matter la the Poet OHce at Topeka, Kanmin.) BI'ECIAL CLUIl LI3f. Tni Advocatb Js National KooncmiBt. ; J1.00 " 14 Chicago Kxprn3.......1.75 44 44 Beater Froo l'rern 1.7B 1 Nonoonformiut ...1.75 44 Knnp,aa Commoner.... 1.75 44 44 Toiler 44 44 KanciW Farmer........ 1.75 44 44 Weekly Nationalist. ...l.tO 44 " Our Own Opinion .....l.W NI'JCCIAL NOTICE. No single subscription to Tni Ad vocate ...

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