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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 October 1893

TEES AID-VlOOjTm NOTES AM) OOHMEST. The Wisconsin Central railroad has just gone into the hands of a receiver. A crank raised a flurry in the Chicago board of trade the other day, by stand in; in the gallery and shooting at the bulls and bears in the wheat pit. He had a corner on wheat for a few minutes, So Senator Cameron of Pennsylvania has become an open advocate of the Sherman law in order to save the pro tective tariff. The old gentleman is not much force, bat then every little helps, So far as can be learned by investiga tion there wasn't a thing to recommend the appointment of Chappie Van Alen as ambassador to Italy except his $50, 000 contribution and his resemblance to the prince of Wales. Senator Morgan, chairman of the com mittee on foreign relations, "gives out" that the question of confirming the ap pointment of C. II. J. Taylor, as minister to Bolivia, is still in doubt. He says the Bolivians don't want the Kansas colored statesman. A mass convention was held on Sep te...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 October 1893

10 THE ADVOCATE. mm m commce; Speech of Joseph 0, Sibley, of Pennsyl vania, in the Housa of EeprcmtativWi Ansrart 18, 1893. Oppcoinj ths Wilaoa bill, providing for the repeal of the silver purchasing ao'. of 1890, Mr. Sibley Mid: Ms. Speaker It may be well for us to come right down to some of the causes of this panic. They have been hinted at, but it is about time we had them as they are. It is stated upon what seems to be the highest authority before the close of the last administration there were prepared In the bureau of printing and engraving $100, 000,000 of per cent bonds, to be sold to the bankers of New York at what price? At par. And upon what necessity ? The necessity of maintaining the gold reserve at $100,000,000. Everybody well knows that the next day after these bonds had been issued and absorbed by these banks in exchange for their gold they would have commanded a premium of 14, 15 or 16, thus providing a rakeoff that these people want ed to relieve you of. The stake ...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 October 1893

THE jfODVOOjTm 11 Celr exact language. They meet dor arguments with subtle sophistries. They hurl walking encyclopedias, loaded to the muzzle, at us, and they justify their conduct upon any pretext or pretense they please. But you callus cranks. I have heard that term applied to almost every man who in 20 years has stood out in advance of the common horde. Any man who stands In advance of the present is called a crank. They did not then have the name invented, but I fancy Columbus, Luther, Gallileo, Garrison, Lowell, Patrick Henry and the great men who have made lasting impres sions on the pages of the past were all de nominated cranks or the equivalent term therefor. You say that we are weak and obscure and a lot of fanatics from the west that come from the farms, "and what can such men know about finance?" Why, my friends, I do not know but what these men while they have been turning the furrow have had as good opportunities as other people to turn over in their minds these great ...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 October 1893

12 ..m - i-.v.J.t ... . ; 3,000,000 of idle men are walking up and i down asking for an opportunity to earn bread for the hungry ones at home. , Whyisthisf Is it because of too much a t- ii. V. . J -.11 m VT. for silver will pay a debt, will buy as much I bread, will clothe as many naked as any 1 other dollar. These results come becausi rof the lack' of a dollar of any kind. -The , come from the inability of 'the people to ef ' feet exchanges between one commercial center and another. These New York bank- '' ers started their little panic in pursuance oi tneir plan to pmcn me wesc ana souia . , nrtA nnaroa f Via mtmtuni tt f hla Tvwlv inf1 their views. The Peroration. , I warn you, gentlemen, that the people - of today are aroused. For years the people cave uvuiauiUMiuuic uiuucjr, nuu jruu uicct .thn-. 1mfl.Ti(? with a nrnnnttltinn to fairs ' away one-half of what they already havel . . Is that vour answer? Can statesmen be so blinded to the interests of the people, th , rlrh nrn th...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 October 1893

THE ADVOCATE. 13 THE SEED WHEAT QUESTION. A Letter to Secretary French Which Ex plains Itself. To Mr. French: ' Dear Sir: I came to this part of the state in tha spring ol"8G. At that date the country weet of Great Bend was principally settled with' a rush. lama farmer and am somewhat familiar with the people, climate and soil. We have a good climate and soil and with few ex captions an honest, industrious, Chris tian people. A few days since I saw an article in the Kansas City Star, so full of falsehoods and so misleading about this part of the state that I feel it my duty to write you and make at least a partial statement of the facts pertain ing to the things which the Star mis represents. The first item set forth is that an other man has come out of the tall corn and reports that his part of the country is all right, inferring that the one mak ing the report made it from the tall corn in western Kansas. The truth is we haye no corn in this or adjoining counties, so it is false e...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 October 1893

14 THE jDVOOAriHl THE HOUET. QUESTION (Continued from page 7.) his creditor, in dollars and cents, aa much as ha receive. And the advance and repay mcmft aro alike to be made, in that eaoh, by oompeteni and valid authority, ia made the medium of account and payment." Mr. Justice Marvin, on page 519, says: - "It isrnot, however, denied that oonjrresa may reoonstruot the dollar, and make it, though nominally the same, of far lees value as compared with the ooined quantity of the precious metals. The preoious metal?, it is said, posse's a real intrinBio value in the estimation of all civilized nations, and that they are gen erally used as the representative of values aa money. And all this ia true. Still, the precious metals are a mere artiole of com merce between nations and among the peo ple or subjects of euch nations, in that the nations, by an act of legislation, sive to them a different character by taking certain portions and impressing upon them the 8)amp of the government, and...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 October 1893

THE jSLBVOOiLTm (First published September 13, 1S9&) PROPOSALS. Notice to Contractors. CJ BALED PROPOSALS will be received at k3 the office of the Board of Public Works of the state of Kansas, at Topeka, Kansas, until 9 p. m. on Monday, October 18, 1893, and opened immediately thereafter, for all labor and ma terial required In the construction of an elec tric light ilant for the Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb at Olathe, Kansas, under the provisions of senate bill no, 60, approved March 10, 1893, In accordance with the drawings and specifications prepared therefor by Seymour Davis, state architect, copies of which may be seen at the office of ine Doara, state capitoi grounds, alter septenv ber 27. 1893. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check for a sum not less than 3 per cent of the amAnnt V r wwt ws a 1 mala wbotaKIa f Q f Scott, president of the Board of Public Works, state ox Kansas, and to be loneiiea to tne state oi Kansas as liquidated ana as...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 October 1893

it POLAND CHINA. PIGS AND SHORT horns, bred by J. H. Taylor, Pearl, Kas. FRANK HERALD, ATTORN3CY AT aA"W. WO Kansas Aw. Topeka Ran. J. C. UcCLIMTOCK, A.Ll.,r.I.D OUROGON. 830 HftiwM Avenu, - Topk, Kansas. Office hours, 3 to 4 p. m. READ, YE DYSPEPTICS! Dyspepsia and Stomach Troubles resulting from La Grippe are permanently cured. For further particulars FREE write to F. D.FRAN CIS, 576 w. Sixth street, Cincinnati, 0. Consign Your GRAIN To Elloffatt & Lee Commission Co. Ka ritas City, Ho. Top Prices. Good Weights. References Any bank In the city. Market reports fnrnished on application. EAGLE BRAND THE BEST ROOFING. Is unequaled for House. Barn, Factory or Outbuildings, and costs half the price of ship, glea, tin or Iron. It is ready for nse.and eaBlly applied by any one. Send stamp for samples ana state size of roof. EXCELSIOR FAINT and ROOFING CO., Dept. 6, 155 Duane St., New York, N. Y. lion Fact Mel ihO. F. CARTER, Lesseo. Coolest house in the city. Large rooms, well ventilat...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

' jf- n . lmiHI,1'' i' ' " ii i i i' ii i i 11 i 111 i i ' 11 'i ii ii i i M i "r- ii ' i AND TOPEKA TRIBUNE. TOL.T. KO. 41.1 1.00 A TJSAB. I TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1893. OFFICIAL STATE PAPEB, BT 00MBES3. The Senate Will Hold Night Sessions Un til a Vote on tha Silver is Beached. Washington, October 9. Last Satur- day Senator Voorhees gave notice that beginning on Wednesday he wonld oak the senate to Bit continuously until a vote on his repeal bill shall be reached. If Mr. Voorhees fails in his effort or fails in retaining a quorum, the senate will be in better mood for coming to an understanding. It ia understood that some of the republican advocates of re peal will decline to assist their demo cratic co-workers to the extent cf sitting up nights with them. Senator Pugh says the silver men in vite this test, and when it is once begun will themselves see that the session is made continuous. He says that if the repeal advocates demand night sessions there will be fili...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

2 CAPITAL VS. MONOPOLY. Ho Genuine Capital Eicept ths Product of Labor. Editob Advocats:- Many otherwise -well informed persons are not sufficiently clear in their distinction between legiti mate or real capital, and spurious or monopoly capital. To denounce mo nopoly and capital indiscriminately is absurd, for there is no necessary rela tion between them, although monopolies produce capitalists end capital can be in Tested in monoplies. To the thoughtless person it may seem paradoxial to say there is no necessary relation between capital and monopolies, when one may be the result of the other, yet a little reflection, or a correct defini tion of the two terms will convince the most skeptical that such is the cass. Capital has been defined as that por tion of wealth used in the production of more wealth such as factory buildings and maohineryTmill?, furnaces, tools and implements, stocks of raw material, teami, wagons, engines, coaches, cars in short, all the things with which and o...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

TECEJ ADVOCATE. 3 PAUPE2 IMMIQEATIOI. Mr. Oldieiva Eeplies With His Views on the Question. Editor Advocate: If my article was more caustic than the nature of the case demanded, allow me to express my re gret On the other hand, you must allow that a continuous stream of reflections on one's native land is somewhat exas perating, especially when those articles appear to be written, not for the sake of imparting information, but to wound; not with judicial calmness, but with an ani mus, if not a malevolence, which charac terizes many newspapers in this country, on the subject of the British empire, and England in particular. The falsehoods are bad, but what is infinitely worse and usual is the despicable form of attack known as the "half truth," the truth which is half a lis. Allow me to point out first and foremost that, although you have only furnished evidence (and that of a hearsay nature) bearing on the question of the importation of crimi nals to this country, still you add "pan ...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

4 THE JfLD"V"OOTI3. oMiwcaw AIH) TOPEKA TBIBUHE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. N. JZ. P. -A- PUBU8HID BVKBI WSDNISDAY BY THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHES CO'JPAHY, Booms 43 and 45 Knox Building, TOPEKA. - KANSAS, $1.00 PER YEAE. ADVERTISING BATES. For tingle Insertion : Display matter, 20 cents per line, 14 Uses to the Inch. Beading notices, 40 cents per line. Discount for long-time con tract. ) Ind. Rural Press Assoo'n, Chicago Office lG.VAHVLrar,aigr. ) Boyce Building. Entered at the pottofflceat Topeka, Kansas, as secona ciais maivor. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 18S3. Simwnee Ootrnty Populist Ticket. For Connty Treasurer Joseph Copp Eor Sheriff. P. E. Cook For County Attorney H. C. Root For County Clerk J.J.Carter Eor Register of Deeds Hugh Lawler For Surveyor Z. C. English For Coroner Dr. A. A. Raub Thz fact that the St. Louis silver convention did not secede from the anion nor declare war against the government is a sonrce of great dis appointment to republican and demo crats editors. The program com...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

5 WHEBE AEE THEY AT? The following bit of news hai gone out over the wires from Topeka: ToHixA, September 22. The recent oon ferenoe of republican leaders of the state to devise ways andmeans of handling the fall campaign for the election of county and judioial officers has thus far been without any material result. Suoh a diversity of opinion was maniseeted on the money ques tion that it is the judgment of many repub licans that it would be inadvisable for the state central committee to take direct charge of the campaign, as its speakers would be widely apart on the one great question which is before the country. These men regard it as the better policy for every speaker to be responsible for his own utter utterances and to confine himself prinoi pally to criticisms of the policy and methods of the Populists and to make th e point that the Populists are in p'olitioa for the spoils and not from principle. In proof of this charge the large number of relatives of the state officers th...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

6 OEIMIHAL AKD PAUPER I1I1II&BA TlOfl. In another column will be found a communication from Mr. Oldreive calling in question the testimony we offered two weeks ago upon this sub ject By reference to our editorial it will be seen that we distinctly stated the quotations we offered ia evidence " to be from the official report of one of the immigrant inspectors (Mr. Jud son M. Cross), appointed to visit Eu rope and make a personal investiga tion of this subject, and not, as Mr. Oldreive indicates in his letter, from the letter of the secretary of the treasury. These inspectors were CaptJudson. M. Cross, Dr. Walter Kempster, Mr. Joseph Powderly and Mr. H. J. Schulteis. We happen to have private information from un questionable sources that these in spectors are men of integrity, whose testimony can be relied upon in every particular. But we do not have to rely on their testimony alone. There are official British reports from which we shall now quote that place this matter ab solutel...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

7 D02TT ENDORSE LINDSAY. Pastors of mz Wealthy Churches Don't "Want to Praise Him. The Topeka Ministerial Union is dmded against itself on the matter of endorsing Chief Lindsay. Rev. Mr. Ferrand, secretary of the onion, vent to Chief Lindsay last evening and told him the union had instructed him by resolution to extend their approval and commendation in his efforts to rid Topeka of joints, gambling houses and other dis orderly resorts. Mr. Ferrand made special mention of the Topeka club case. Chief Lindsay told Dr. Ferrand to thank the union for him and to tell them that he would not be weary in well-doing. But the action of the Ministerial Union carried out by Mr. Ferrand, was taken at a meeting at which only the pastors of the smaller churches were present. The past ors of the four largest ohurohes of the city, Dr. Embree, Dr. Alberson, Dr. Blakesley and Ber, Mr. Thomas, were all absent The matter of endorsing Chief Lindsay came up at a previous and larger meeting, but after consi...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

8 THE ADVOCATE. GBEENBAOXS, GOLD AND SILVJBE. A Paper Bead by Walter N. Allen at the Et. Louis Silver Convention. We are told that the treasury notes mil not circulate, that when paid out for monthly purchases of silver bullion, they coma right back td the treasury for re demption, and the government is forced to redeem them in gold else suffer the disastrous consequences of a loss of par ity of the silver dollar with gold and other legal tender currency, hence the demand of the president for the repeal of theurchaeing clause of the Sherman act. Why do not the holders of the 348, 000,000 of greenbacks demand gold for this currency? Is it because there is not gold enough in the treasury to re deem this currency? Or is it because of another and better reason for its parity with gold? Tne greenbacK is legal ten der money. The treasury note, issued for the purchase of silver bullion, is not a legal tender money, nor is the standard silver dollar in which these treasury cotes may be rede...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

THE JDVOOjELTH3. 9 readily accounts for the drain of gold from our shores, and leaves us in the condition of the people of Ireland who toil to support an aristocracy who spend their revenues in the foreign and distant capitols of other nations. Seventh That we call aloud and upon every party and pursuasion to join us in repelling the imputation and assump tion that we cannot have a currency aside from the will and dictation of Europe, aa akin to the Hamiltonian idea presented at the birth of our govern ment;that our institutions must be modeled after those of England, and that in our estimation a currency con fined to our limits and territory would be uniform and fluctuating by reason of its non-liability to withdrawal, and such a currency would constitute a protective tariff that all could approve, since our im porta would necessarily be limited to our exports, and the vexed problem of the balance of trade would be solved. But above all we invite the friends of re publicanism, of w...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

10 THE ADVOOAVB. A PLEA FOR KANSAS. Address by Eon. T7. A. Peffer in tie United States Senate Angust 21, 1893 A Strong- Argument for Silver Coin- No member of this body, Mr. President, bos a keener appreciation of the need for acting promptly in response to the presi dent's call than I have, and were it not that the people whom I have the honor in part to represent have commissioned me to pre sent their views upon the pending question I should not at this time ask the attention of the senate, and I will thank senators If they will give me their attention. In what I am going to say today I wish senators to understand that I represent at least a million and a half of voters who be lieve just as I do, and they have a right to be heard here through one who is authorized to speak for them. At the outset I wish to say that I am not interested personally in mining, nor are the people of Kansas. Seventy-five per cent of the men whom I represent here are farm ers. I had rather have one good ...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

THE! ADVOCATE. 11 not more than 4YCDO,000 worth; not Ies than two nor more than four. The total amount of silver bullion pur chased under the Bland act (act of Feb. 23, 1878) to Aug. 12, 1890, when the Sherman law took effect, was 323,635,578 standard ounces, costing 1308,199,261, an average of $1.05 per fine ounce. The number of silver dollars coined out of that bullion was 373, 155,793. If the maximum amount of $4,000, 000 worth of bullion had been purchased and coined every month during the time the law was in force instead of $2,000,060, the total number of dollars coined would have been about 753,000,000, or an increase of about $375,000,000 above what was actu ally coined. I heard the other day a gentleman, not connected with the party to which I belong either, say that the two great parties of the country will soon divide upon the Rocky mountains. I heard another man say that Mason and Dixon's line will be turned half way round, bo that instead of lying be tween the north and...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

12 THE ADVOOAVB. hmma Pnnrt mm UU)1U1UUUUU11UJUUU Published October 11, 1893. 8841 State of Kansas v. Bill Dugan. Appeal from Sumner County. AFFIRMED. STLLABUS. BT THE COUKT. JIOETON, C. J . -l. Where a county attorney files an Informa tion charging tne aeienaans wnn Keeping nuisance, and positively verifies the same, "as true in suDstance ana in iaci, motions tu nnoah th arm-runt And the information, and a ploa in abatement, upon the ground that the information is not properiy vei uieu, nu uian the county attorney has no personal knowl edge of the facts alleged therein, are properly overruled. . 2. A defendant may be convicted of keeping r nuisance upon evidence showing that he Is a keeper of a "resort," where intoxicating liquors are kept by mm ror sale as a Deverago '' tttata v Ronn. 41 Kail . fi74. ' 8. A mere separation of the Jury, after they nave retired to consider of their verdict, in trials for misdemeanor, where no Injury r& suits, is no cause for a new trial. Sec. 27...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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