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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 11 October 1893

THIS jMD"VOO.TE2. 13 them ho must act with reasonable promptness in returning the property which he has re ceived under it. and the contract mast be re scinded in toto If at all, If there Is delay in returning a portion of the property, but it is aiierwara restored to ana accepted Dy me other party without objection as to time, such delay would not defeat a recission. 4. An lmpioper instruction which has be come immaterial by reason of the findings of tne jury is not a ground or reversal. All the justices concurring. A true copy. Attest: fSSALl 9305. C. J. BROWN, Clerk Supreme Court In re Mathew H. McClaskey. Original Proceeding in Habeas Corpus. PETITIONER RELEASED. Syllabus. By thk Court. Johnston, J, The presence of the judge of the District Court In and for Payne county. Oklahoma Ter ritory, on the first day of the November term, lsw, oi that court was indispensable to tne validity oi tne subsequent proceedingspurport intr to have been held in the November term of that court, an...

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. — 11 October 1893

t 14 -THE DVOO-ATEi. A PLEA FOR KANSAS. (Continued from page 11.) on paper which shall be an obligation ol the government whose stamp it bears and have no other kind of international agree ment except one between the nations as nations. Let individuals settle their own balances in their own way and accommo date their trade to that condition of things; but as to a metallic basis or a local mone tary system, I believe in having an Ameri can standard, an American system, just as we have in all the rest of our administra tion. I have spoken about the repeal of the Sherman law. As that is not responsible for our misfortunes its repeal will add noth ing by way of relief to the people, and so far as I am concerned it shall never be re pealed unleas in connection with the act repealing it we have the old coinage law of our lathers restored to the statute books. In this time of trouble to whom shall we turn? Let us ask the people. What do they want? They ask bread, and we offer them a stone....

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. — 11 October 1893

THE 15 HI? A CMESS FROM any CAUS R Lm r-A & Head Noises cured by the uno of ihe Rlirro-Audiphones. fcend for Dmcriptive Book, FKK to llCKO.il DIFIUM CO., HIS ftaaoaie Tea) ple.Ch leapt. iiRiiw HCavV HAIR .. hil. Th. l. ELIXia! I aTT' t,i..liick laaowb I Orfc.r 11. OU mi. w iinUtwl Sin,, cum f IM ptM P' bmllk srg. t.,rilinr, Ilk j. c. r.TcCLiiiTocK, A.a,n.D. DXTXiOISOlT. 330 Eum Avenne, - Topeka, Kuuai. Offioe hours, 3 to 4 p. m. UUICltTDQ restored iriuorvuiiu to An lli ll In liKAY Hft Ifos Ullfll linill natural color by using TAN'S MKXIflAN TT AIR KESTOKATIVJE. It re moves all dandruff; stops hair from Calling out and cures all disease of the scalps 1 1 is no Dye, and i s war ranted absolutely harmless. Money refunded 1 f 1 1 does cot doevery thing claimed for 1 1. Bent to any address on leeeiptof price, 11.00 per bottle. Full information fra. Apnta wanted. AUJU CO 812 lata Ocean Building, Caic o. m. union fact Bote Jr.'O. F. CARTER, Lessee. Coolest house In the city. Large room...

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. — 11 October 1893

IC THE ADVOCATE. 1843 SEMI-CENTENNIAL 1893 ilufoaS LiTe of Mew Irssorance Co0 York, The RICHARD A. MSCURDY, PRESIDENT. Largest, Strongest and Best Company in the World! Has paid for Policy-holders from Or ganization to January 1, 1893, . . . . And has on hand, safely invested, to meet future payments, nearly. . . . . . $425,835,423.72 Its policies are the most liberal in their terms; providing for every possible contingency: PROTECTION -By immediate cash in case of death. ENDOWMENT-Cash at maturity. JNNUITYIncome in old age. ALL POLICIES NONFORFEITABLE INCONTESTABLE For particulars call on the nearest agent, or address the undersigned, giving name, ad dress and date of birth. -. , . . JOHN E. LOKD, General Agent, TOPEKA, KANSAS. H. B. The Executive Committee of the N. F. A. & I. U. has recommended this Company to its members. ' ) , ' .ill.. in..i!..n..,.iii ,.(,., ,, ,ni: i'. ' n. 1. 1 " ' ' .'m'i.i.i.iI.. hh till, il """ POLAND CHINA PIGS AND SHORT horns, bred by 3. H. Taylor, ...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 18 October 1893

TOL.T. HO. 4. $1.00 A TKAB. f C0NGEE8S Is Still Hard at Work Doing Mr NIGHT SESSIONS PEOVE ITJTILE Silver's Friends Eemain True to the Peo pleWall Street Loses the First Bound. The past week in congress haa been very interesting, not for what haa been done, but rather for what has been left undone. The supporters of the adminia tration have made a desperate effort to carry,out Grover's pledges to Wall street, but they find the champions of the peo pie's cause unexpectedly etrong.and were foroed to yield the first pitched battle. Mr. Voorhees, who is the leader of the repeal forces, announced on Saturday, October 7th that beginning on Wednesday, the lltb, he would ask the senate to sit continuously until a vote on the question could be reached. When six o'clock came on Wednesday, Mr. Allen.K Populist) of Nebraska, was on the floor speaking against the repeal bill. He was still speaking when at 6:05 o'clock Mr. Dubois,(repubhcan) of Idaho, arose and Mr. Allen yielding to him ha observ...

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. — 18 October 1893

T2rI323 ADVOCATE THE RATIONALE OF OtJB HARD TIMES. The Testimony of Senators Sherman, Lo gan and Plumb. Editor Advcatb: Men are groping in the dark as to the cause or causes of the hard times that prevail in the land How can they be at a loss if they have kept up with passing events in the last few years? For the latter stand out in such bold relief that the wayfaring mass, though of the smallest capacity, can cot possibjy mistake them. Let us see. Did not Senator Plumb in 1888 and again in 1800 repeatedly warn his fellow senators of the inevitable result of their financial policy if continued, and did he not plead and expostulate with them against a persistence in the same fore telling the exact consequences that have followed? I refer to Senator Plumb be cause he is of deservedly high repute with all parties in Kansas. Turn to his speeches and read for yourselves. Ha demonstrated to the senate that the amount of all kinds of money in circula tion was not 110 a head to the whole po...

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. — 18 October 1893

3 COLLEGE PRATEEHITES They Should he Suppressed in Our Edu cational Institutions. Editor Advocati: Nothing ia more painful to eee than for some one having the ear of the public to come to the sup port of some causa on the plea that it ia prevalent, popular, and therefore sure to continue. Such ia the tenor of an article on "Col lege Fraternities" in the University Re view of March, 1893, by Mrs. Blackwelder, of Chicago. It waa evidently written in the interest and furtherance of these so cieties in the state university, and for that reason it becomes a duty to call at tention to eome of its mistaken and un authorized conclusions. In that artiole we are introduced to the beginning of these things, and are told that these fraternities had their origin in the traditional antagoism be tween faculties and students. It ia quite proper that the question of their origin should be settled by their own authori ties, and for additional information on that point, we refer to a long and illus tr...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 18 October 1893

TECS ADVOCATE. W ' AIID TOPEKA TEIBUHE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. W. JZ. F. -A- PCBLIBHXD BYEBT WBDNXSDAY BV THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHES COMPANY, Boomi 43 and iS Knox Building, TOPEXA, KANSAS. $1.00 PEB YEAlt. ADVEBTISINO BATES. n. .innla InnArHnn t TOinlAT matter. 20 CQIltl per line, 14 lines to the inch. Beading notices, Mwnta per line. Discount for long-time con- 43 cents per tracts. ) Ind. Rural Press Assoo'n. Chicago Oface VP.G.VViasr.Mgr. 0 ) Boyoe Building. Entered at tbe postofflceat Topeka, Kansas, as eoond claw matter. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 18S3. Snawcee County Popnliflt Ticket. For County Treasurer. Eor Sheriff. For County Attorney.. For County Clerk Eor Register of Deeds. . For Surveyor For Coroner ...Joseph Copp , P. E. Cook H.C. Root J.J.Carter ..Hugh Lawler ...Z.C. English .Dr.A,A.Raub A his who believes the oredit of this government is good enough to float a bond, but not a greenback, is either a banker or a fool. American Nonconformist, Ox both. The Kensington Mirror has ch...

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. — 18 October 1893

M-flS ADVOCATE. 5 WHO ABE THE OEAMS, ANAEOHISTS AND LUN ATI03? The Kansas City Star a few days ago published the following in its editorial columns: Representative Curtis, of Topeka, is in the hands of the cranks. He has introduced ' a bill to make homicide excusable in either of the following cases: "In lawfully correcting a child.apprentice or servant, or in doing any other lawful act by lawful means, with the usual and ordi nary caution without unlawful intent. In the heat of passion,upon sudden or suffioientpro vocation, or upon sudden oombat without any undue advantage being taken and with out any dangerous weapons being used and not done in a cruel and unusual manner." If the bill should become a law (thanks to the horse sense of the American people it will not) it would give a parent a right to kill his child, an employer a right to kill his servants and a man with a wagon spoke and a bad temper the right to kill all the people he wanted to. It would take mur der out of the f...

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. — 18 October 1893

6 THIS ADVOOAT23. OHAEITY, SWEET OHAEITY, Oar readers are aware that a good deal has been said in republican pa- pers about the efforts of the authori ties, and of the charitable people, of Chicago to furnish employment to the multitude of idle men in that city. We have been told that these men were lazy, miserable vagabonds, tramps, anarchists, who would not woik when they had an opportunity. One paper told of 300 being sent out by the city authorities at one time to the work that had been provided, and that all but three refused to work and returned. Of course all facts have been suppressed, and it has been al most impossible to get reliable infor mation upon the subject. The Industrial Eegister of Milwau kee, October 7, has an expose of the whole scheme of charity of which we have heard so much. Instead of the city authorities controlling the work which has been provided, it has been let to a gang of heartless contractors. They have established groggeries and dirty boarding shant...

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. — 18 October 1893

THE! A.D"VOOjfLTI3. 7 HOE. T. J. HUDSON'S PEU3I03J BILL. Representative Hudsoa has intro duced a "bill for the payment of pen sions" which is being published by several of our papers, and by some it is receiving favorable comment "While conceding to Mr. Hudson the best of intentions in the introduction of this bill, we are under the neces sity of dissenting from its provisions. It will not be necessary to print the entire bill in order to make clear the objections to it Mr. Hudson's ob ject in this bill is evidently to provide a means to put more money in imme circulation, 8nd in this he is to be commended. His method, however, is objectionable. There are better ways to accomplish this purpose. Section 2 of the bill provides as fol lows: That any person already reoeiving or en titled to receive a pension under the laws mentioned in the first section ofthisaot Bhsll be entitled to surrender hia or her certificate of pension now held by them, or which may hereafter be received by them...

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. — 18 October 1893

8 THIS ADVOCATE. "BUSINESS DEMANDS." Soma of the Needs of the Country Ac cording to the "Capital." Editor Advocate: At length the Capital has found itself obliged to rec ognize the situation of the finances of the country and to treat with some de gree of respect the various propositions submitted by the People's party repre sentation in congress. Heretofore, it has in common with most other republi can organs contented itself with easy sneers at the "idiocy" of these proposi tions, but warned by the increasing eur- rise of the people that the republicans in congress are absolutely dumb on all questions promising relief to them, and doubtless fearful that some of the many plana proposed by the Populists will be come acceptable to the masses, the organ of high taxes and high interest breaks its silence, and comments upon the statement of Congressman Davis that a large volume of money should be issued to be based on "business interests" as follows: The Populists of Kansas have not bee...

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. — 18 October 1893

0 The Australian Ballot Law. The coming election to be held on No vember 7, being the first election under the provisions ef the new law, perhape a few suggestions may be of benefit to the voters who will determine their choice for the offices to be filled. In the first place, it is the duty of the township trustee, and the mayor and clerk of in corporated cities, to provide suitable places to hold the election, and also to furnish the proper number of booths (one booth to every sixty voters or free tion thereof , who voted at the last pre ceding general election), and furnish all proper supplies, pen, ink, and pencils, to enable the voter to prepare his ballot. All booths should be set up, and sup plies furnished at the polling places be fore 8 o'clock in the morning of election day. And in all cases there must be a guard rail six feet from the ballot box, and from the nearest booth. This guard railmustbeBO arranged that only the persons inside of the guard rail can ap proach withi...

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. — 18 October 1893

10 THE JUDVOO-A.rr:E3. THE BLIND CLASSES. ARE THEY HASTENING THE C0M1NQ SOCIAL REVOLUTION f Bst. Thomas Dixon, Jr., Continues III Sermons on the Social Signs or the Times and Warns the Plutocratic Forces That Their Destiny Hangs In the Balance. New York, Oct. ..The new series of sermons on "The Coming Revolu tion" was continued this morning in As eociation hall by the Rev. Thomas Dix on, Jr. The subject of the eermon for today was "The Blindness of the Class es." He declared that in face of the fact of a worldwide discontent and restless ness among-the masses most startling in its character the strong and privileged classes face the fact with blind adher ence to their traditional ideals. He main tains that the conservative powers of state by their aggravating course are hastening a revolution; that the pluto cratic forces of society with blind fatu ity are hastening their own ruin, while the church throws aside the scepter of the world for the privilege of building gilded "steepled ...

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. — 18 October 1893

THE .AD VO OATS. 11 or ramny in my pew. I don't want tnem near my pew. I don't want them in this church." The pastor in reply said, "I will not cease my efforts until yonder door swings in to the lightest touch of the poorest man in this city." It did swing open, and a poor man went through it. But he went from the inside out. There was a change of pastors in that church. That was alL And the pastor who made that vigorous remark he who had to fold his tent and move away was a man of great ability and national reputation. So does the church continue to try to do what Jesus Christ said could not be done worhip God and mammon at the same time. So a reformed drunkard applied re cently for admission into a high nosed church. He was informed by an officer of the church that he believed there were no "vacancies" in the membership at that time! Protestantism as an organic power has declined in membership and power in New York city in the last 20 years. Need there be any wonder at it? And ye...

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. — 18 October 1893

12 THE ADVOOATE. GOV. EOBINSOU'S LETTEB. The Qoldites Will Hot Attempt to Answar His Arguments Editor Gazette: The president in his letter to the governor of Georgia makes this statement: MI will not knowingly be implicated in a condition that will justly make me in the least degree answerable to any la borer or farmer in the United States for the shrinkage in the purchasing power ot the dollar he has received for a full dollar's worth of work, or for a good dol lar's worth of the product of his toil." It is to be presumed that the president makes this statement in good faith. If bo, it shows to be true what many have feared, that he does not understand the difficulties of the present situation. Every money dealer in Wall street or elsewhere will reiterate .his statement. The farmer is not so much concerned for the Mshrinkig8 in the purchasing power ot the dollar" as he is in the shrinkage of the purchasing power of his products. While the amount of the taxes he has to pay, and the ...

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. — 18 October 1893

THE ADVOOATH 10 The Buell Circular. There is some dispute in regard to the genuineness of the following, known as the "Buell circular" to bankers. In was a private circular sent only to bankers, and it is very difficult to establish at this late day by documentary evidence the exact date of its issue by an original copy: RATIONAL BANKIBS' CIBCtJXAB. DiAB Sib: It is advisable to do all in your power to sustain suoh daily and weekly newspapers, especially the agricultural and religious press, as will oppose the issuing of greenbaok paper money, and that you with hold patronage or favors from all appli cants who are not willing to oppose the government issue of money. Let the gov ernment issue the coins, and the banks is sue the paper money of the country, for then we can better protect each other. To repeal the law creating national banks, or to restore to circulation the government is sue of money, will be to provide the people with money, and will, therefore, seriously affect our in...

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. — 18 October 1893

14 THE ADVOOATB. Brief and to tho Point Editob Advocatb: I read several of tho People's party journal and hand them about among my neighbors, and I note one or two things which are becom ing more and more important for us who wish to influence public thought, or to propagate ideas of any kind. First, many writers here in the east who represent the old order of things the democratio and republican order- have got into the way of writing as if people had nothing to do bat to read their articles. It takes them a long time to get ready to eay anything, and the main quality of their writing is a dull, thin diffuseness and prolixity. have been traveling in several states of our country recently, and I have asked nearly 300 men who take the New York Tribune whether they read the great de bate on silver between Senator Stewart and Mr. Horr. Every one said no, and most of them added, "There is too much of it." You western people may have pore time than we have, but east of the Hudson river n...

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. — 18 October 1893

THE ADVOCATE. CRIB YOUR CORSM V OROW HEAVY Vik.'i HUXIR B kiiia .,11 Hwr. rC XL Bl yB,o N hit Tb. 1 "J lorf II.W M cm. to aUfct ffna. MSG'S nn chid, est bn. li.uuO it haa M i ISailh fj.le.,rJllnf,lU Bhlpped rolled up in a bundle. Easily and quickly adjusted. J.C.LlcCLl'NTOCK, A.M.va.D.f 330 Kansas Ave. Topk, Kansas Offioeho ups, 3 to 4 p. m. IXT CHEAP, DURAULIi, UUil VtU! SuUT.; r Full Particulars in Catalogue Sent Frei. W. J. ADASV1, Joliet, Illinois. 10 1 j 1 GRSYHAIR:HSI restored to perfectly V i vu MFYIOAV TIAIltKl WTOHATIV E. lire- cures nil disease of the scalp. It ' a. T"f! ranted acutely harmle W J?SSrid2S5 Union Fact il JNO. F. CARTER. Le ae. Coolest house in the city. Largi ventilated. Terms reasonable. tfWPaJ"" parks front and rear. TOPIC ELA. - - ir'o. T. H. LESCHEE, ARCHITECT Plam and specifications furnished for pub and private buildings. OldestlpracticingarciV itect in the State. 030AH 3XXJA.XJE53, DEALER IN LEATHES FINDINGS AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES, SADDLER Y & SA...

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. — 18 October 1893

10 Tim iUDV-oorm POLAND CHINA PIGS AND SHOUT horns, bred by J. H. Taylor, Pearl, Kaa. FRANK HERALD, -A.TTORNICY -A.T HO Kantas Avb., Tcpeia Xan. Relieved in Three Minutes. Permanently Cured in Tea I days. By 111 all 50 cents. C8 Carew Building-, Cincinnati, Ohio Gilt-edge Beferences. Consign Your GRAIN we mate a spe- MAKING AND clalty of DRESS M ILLINEEY for our oat-of town friends at Terr low prices. MRS. W. C. 8LT, 837 Kansas Avenue, North Topeka. (First published October 18, 1893.) PEOPOSALS. Notice to Contractors. To Lloffatt & Les Commission Co. Kaiita City, Wfo. Top Prices. Good Weights. References Any bank in the city. Market reports fnrnished on application. Miiiniipn HATCH With tb Improved, r 1 1 jk a & I C.rl AV r.,r U 1 IlltM. riloin.fl tics stir hcusator. RimvU. Peract. Mf-Regu- latlng. Thousands in auo- cemful operation. Uaaran teed to hatch a larger per-! cetiUwe of fertile egg at., Inns coat man any oiner Hatcher. Lowest Driced: tlnrt-c una listener made fiEO....

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