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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 April 1895

9 1S33. gained by helping make America free only to render himself a slave. But he did not think about it. He would have deemed such questions disloyal, and to day he was full of patriotic enthusiasm, and as eager as his children for the coming of the morrow. Sydney had thought about it, and while they were working together to-day, he had shocked his father with some highly unpatriotic remarks. " Father," he had asked, " suppose the British par liament had won the right to make laws to govern us the right you fought to deny it; what more in jury could such laws have done us than those which the Massachusetts General Court has made? The government of Massachusetts has taken our home and made us poor, and it now watches us to see if we get anything more to be snatched away. What worse could the king or the Parliament have done? You fought to assert the doctrine no taxation without representation '; yet Massachusetts taxes us, while neither of us is permitted to vote for a repre sentat...

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 April 1895

10 APS. 10 THE COMING BATTLE. Some Predictions Bv Prominent Men regard ing the Outlook for 189$. Several laadingj nawspapera ere iudua trionaly engaged in promotiasj tha asa timfint' which tenda toward the organi zation of a dqw national party. The New York World of March 24 con tained nine short articles from men prominently known aa PoDulbta or free silver men, all giving their views aa to the probable baaia of a new party, and the chances of its success. Of coarse the main subject of each of them was the money question, and they are all for silver. Governor Tillman of South Carolina, who was elected by Alliance men, but was never called a Populist, says in his article, that a new party is inevitable. A. J. Warner, president of the American Bimetallio league, takes occasion to boom Mr. Sibley for president. General Weaver says it will be an alliance, not fusion, between the Populists, democrata and republicans. H. E. Taubsneok makes up hia eesay largely from the circulars he has r...

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 April 1895

1S95 ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. DIBECT02Y. President J.F, Willita, MoLouta Vice President Mrs. Emm Trondner, Carbondale Secretary J. B. French, Topeka Lecturer Hon. J. G.Otis, Topeka Assistant Lecturer C. W. Ames, Osborne DEPARTMENT WOM. BOARD. J. F. Maxey, Chairman Ottawa J. B. French. Secretary Topeka J. P. Stephens Wellsvllle Mrs. Emma Trondner Carbondale Mrs. L. E. Furbeck Topeka Mrs. E. M.Wardall Topeka STATE HANAGKKS. Agriculture A. F. Allen, Vinland Horticulture J. H. Darach, Garnett Floriculture W. H. Coultl,Tevi9 Bee-keeping. . .Mrs. Thos. Strawbrldge, Ottawa Domestio Economy Mrs. Lydla E. Furbeck, Topeka Dairying Mrs. Bin A. Otis, Topeka Entertainments and Exhibits Mrs. Emma Trondner, Carbondale Improved Farm Machinery f. inuuj vw n Political Economy and Parliamentary Laws J. P. Stevens, Wellflville rn-nnr.tfl Commerce and Finance. Robert Hanson, Concordia Fire Insurance H. Baughman, Burrton Life Insurance 8.D. Cooler, Topeka General Cultuie... Mrs. E. M. Wardafl, Topeka Co-oper...

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 April 1895

APS. 10 30MCERMIMG KANSAS. N0T23. ' u "!--irvi Vina itattljd dawn on : -rich in Barber county aa a plain , ':r. ' :y citiaa of Kansas hava thrown , ' . ) c! J republican ring rule by elect ; . ? indent candidates this spring. - .j prsachera call this a whisky ad- '.ration bat the Topeka Capital '3 that it ia only an applejack ad- sx-elavsa of Pallman who now 3 thdr home at Hiawatha, are busy 2 their ehopa ready for work on i contracts already secured. r. 4-Wftt novftrnor Morrill ia only ashamed of Kansas, but - ra cr au America, wnen ne goea 10 , ' :.d for a state accountant. :..lzzi3 of witnesses in the Chaae in ' ;:.ticn, and no money to pay their 3 ; ft:r they come, a strike of wit . j ii indicted. 1: dl the business, political and i Jilts of Kansas be run solely for .apcrpcwi of attracting eastern in ' : :4, or shall the interest of our oiti , j b 3 tbs considered? you Eee that man Bneaklng along . ' 5 m if ha had been caught stealing , ? That's a Kansas redeemer. He 1 lot liorr...

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 April 1895

i::s Ire Courts for the BIch Ouljl (Continued Jrom page $.) dent, tha latter elect senators ;'tha preai dent and senate ohooaa tha federal judgsg for life. Here ara tribunals far removed from active touch and sympa thy with tha people. To them tha truata and combines resort. What are you going to do about it? J. C. RUPPEITCHAL, JB. University of Kansas. "Tha talk so freely indulged in, of the misery of our working people ia hysteri cal exaggeration. A number of philan thrope woman memoralized the state legislature to do something for tha re lief of 10,000 working women in this city, who, they said, were earning only 60 cents a day. They evidently did cot know that in China and India where plain food ia as dear as it is in thia conn try, 10 cents a day ia tha regular rata of wages and proves sufficient for tha simple wants of tha bulk of tha popula tion. When we sea wagea here ruling at twenty, thirty and forty times that amount, it ia clear that if those who ara receiving them ara i...

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 April 1895

AIT- 10 utmxmmmammmm ' J . 'X TO "1 T.TTnn "R 5sT T A. T ? f" wpisg Cm Bate on the PafillptItock ' ; 1 I'cmrlst Exearaioaa, from Ktmu City . t i ft.'r -ifid distant citlee on ths root of this t J $v upholstered spring seat, are Poll- neartieS8. ' Insolent Assumptions. The modern logician claims that the man who has money has the right to discuss finances, but the man who has little or none should keep his mouth closed. Such talk is as flippant as it is Shall the man who owns the chains be declared the only judge --!' A nd LmYMiintmantii rsarfacl - iibr nianaear on tha CAT all ' s vty, ad eionrsione run twice a weekday- of their quality, while the man he com- ynCwSoMtSS pels to wear them must remain silent? ,: r&cietV.0 the man who is starvin barred , i f rieia freedom from enow biookde, from discussing the subject of bread ) ' ' 3 1! City, run-1 . . . . . aeenrn ru ue ramea etcenio nouw i. . vu& uouua- tin Sly Hae thrown 0il IAie, Kan fiAn h-inaa and AnnnfriAa nnf. ftia til ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 April 1895

IT3ae .iLdo o ate. IT mm tLwss7sd' FA iS Y END a. 'J' V; At f V saw"0, "a yf 'aTHE PEOPLES; HORSE.CATTLE ir SHEEPwoSWINEF. 1 CoaUIulnr hi foar pert clear and eondea descriptions' of Um i!aaae of the respective anlmala, with the nut dew of medicine for each. A book o dlaeasea of domestlo animals which should prHnt a description of each diwae and nam th proper MdlolnM for trestment la inch condensed form u to bo within th means of everybody, has long been recognised as ds Jderatum. This work covers th ground completely. Th book smbodiM ths best practice of th shiest Vetsrlnsrlsns In this aonntry sod Europe, sad th information Is arranged so aa to ha , ally accessible an Important consideration. Each dl HIM is tlrst described, then follow th symptom by which It Bay b recognized and laatly Is riven th proper remedies. Th different medicine employed In all disease ars descrlbd and th doats required art riven. Ths book Is copiously tUnatrnted, Inolodlnr, enjrravliip showing th shapes of h...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 April 1895

10 ALFALFA SEED For NEW ALFALFA Write to CROP SEED LAWRENCE & REED. Garden City. Ks. HATE YOU HEARD How cheat) you c&v boy the CURRIE GALVANIZED STEEL WINDWILL? II not write for price, It will aston ish you. CURRIE WIND MILL CO., Manhattan, Kas. When writing advertisers mention Advocate in THE KENTUCKY "GET TIIE YEBY BEST' DjF2.IT iT i 118 something of a Charmer. It pleases every Farmer. BRKNNAN & CO. Louisville. Ky. 1895 Model. Mention this paper when writing - When writing advertisers mention Advocate flTTfin u lJUUU e wees re eh that 1 1 and crow la whAftvoa want. I sell them Nursery grown trees, 266, 8 varieties, transplanted hi evergreens one foot and np, packed and on cars for !. flO.QO. Greatest bargain ever offered. Smaller lots cheap. Windbreak trees a specialty. Illustrated catalogue free. Local Agents wanted. Mention paper. 5. SILL, Iverpesn Specialist, InaJes, CI. When writing advertisers mention Advocate 5 machine- "Wwaon airtnr SULI in : r Jff jil pull an o...

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 April 1895

VOL. VII, NO. 16. TOPEKA, KANSAS, APEIL 17,1895. $1.00 A YEAR. GRAND DICTATOR CLEVELAND WBITES A LETTES 021 THE MONET QUESTION, Leaving the Disgusted Publio to "Won der Where Eia Ignorance Ends and -His Audacity Begins. Washington, April H. The following is tha text of President Cleveland's re ply to the Cnioago committee: Executive Mansion. ) Washington, April 13, 1895. To Metm. William T. Baker, George W. Smith, John A. Roche, T. IF. Harvey, David Kelly and Henry S. Bobbins: Gentlemen: I am much gratified by the exceedingly kind and complimentary invitation you have tendered me on be half of many citizens of Chicago to be their guest at a gathering in the interes t of Bound money and wholesome financial doctrine. My attachment to this cause is bo great and I know so well the hospitality and kindness of the people of Chicago that my personal inclination is strongly in favor of accepting your flittering in vitation, but my judgment and my esti mate of the proprieties of my oflloial ...

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 April 1895

3 Am 17 Ibis elory bjan ia No. 15. Subscribers eaa get back cumbers. Sydney Stone, Anti-Federal. By G. C. CLEMEIIS, (Author of "The Dead Line.") BOOK I. CHAPTER III. THE FOURTH OF JULY, IN AND OUT OF JAIL. When the patriot cannon Jars That prison's cold and gloomy wall, And through Its grates the stripes and stars Rise on the wind and fall: Think ye the prisoner's aged ear Kejoicos in the general cheerf Think ye his dim and falling eye Ia kindled at your pageantry? Sorrowing of soul, and chained of limb, What is your carnival to him? Whittiik. At intervals, the boom of the Independence can non shook the jail, and at times the ear of Nathaniel Stone caught the thrilling sounds of a drum and fife playing the martial airs to which he had so often marched. As he gazed through the grated window his eye rested upon the flag beneath which he had marched against the British, beneath whose folds he had seen many a comrade fall; the flag upon which he had so often looked, while courage rose, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 April 1895

1313. likely to practice to the point of starvation, but surely you utter a cruel jest when you urge men locked up in jail to rely upon their industry to rescue them from oppression! Better urge those still out of jail to compel the issuing of paper money with which debts may be paid and industry be made fruitful. I cannot, I will not, hold my tongue while such maxims of slavery are urged upon men who have j ust been fighting for liberty. The government of Massachusetts is in the hands of richoppressors, and it will do nothing for the people. It spurns your petitions as George III. spurned them before, and your orator to day seeks, with the promise of prosperity and the threat of harder times, to bribe you or to terrify you into silence or submission. The usurers have rendered the oppressed property less, and your glorious Constitution, belying its pre amble which affirms equality, denies to the property less the right to vote or to participate in the affairs of the Commonwealth. Ho...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 April 1895

APE. 17 2 ( AXID TOPEKA TKIBUHE. N. P. -A.. PtJBLISHID EVIST WIDNE8DAT BT IHE ADYOCATE PDBLISBIKB CO.. Eooms 43 and 45 Columbian B'ldg, T0P2KA, - . - KANSAS. 01.00 PER YEAR, ADVERTISING BATES. Single Insertion: Display matter, 15 centi per agate line, (14 lines to inch). Reading uovicvvt ou cents per line, (count lines). Codt or electro should reach thin nffln Mnn 3y morning to Insure insertion In following Electros mu have metal base.lS-em columns IK incnesj. Entered at the postofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. Wjc dim and the free and unlimited coinage of silver and gold at the pbi3ent legal ratio of 16 to 1. Omaha Populist Platform. Ties railroad companies are willing to supply the Btate with judges, pro- Tided of course, that they can take cmy judge off the bench whenever they think he can do more good in their law department These cor poration people are very patriotic. mant might hsDDen to be against them. Publio sentiment might therefore, nullify all the laws ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 April 1895

183S. GRAND DICTATOR. Continued Trvm paat 1, importance to individuals according to their condition and circumstances. It is, however, only a difference in degree, since it is utterly impossible that any one in our broad land, rich or poor, whatever may be his ocoupationwhether dwelling in a center of fiaanoe and com merce or in a remote corner of our do main, can be really benefited by a finan cial scheme, not alike beneficial to all our people, or that anyone should be excluded from a common and universal interest in the safe character and stable value of the currency of our country. HZ DEPLORES "SHRINKAGE." In our relation to this question, we are all in business, for we all buy and sell; so we all have to do with financial operations, for we all earn money and spend it We cannot escape our inter dependence. Merchants and dealers are in every neighborhood, and each has its shops and manufactories. Wherever the wants of man exist, business and finance in some degree are found, re ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 April 1895

APB.17 TH3 8INGLI-TAX 0NC2 M02I. . Single-taxers do not seem to be satisfied with tha outcome of the late dizcnssion between Mr. Wakefield .tad myself in tha columns of tha Advocate. Various writers hive taken up tha subject and attempted to gain by misrepresentation what Mr. Wakefield failed to gain by ar gument In Mr. Wakefield's paper, tha Western Economist, of April 1, 1 am surprised to sea a pretended review of the discussion by Quinoy A. Glass which for unfairness and absolute misrepresentation I have seldom seen surpassed; and Mr. Wakefield him self, fcommenting on this reyiew, gives his f auction to thesa misrepre sentations. I propose to notice a fowof them. Mr. Glass begins his review of the dissuasion by saying: It is a discussion primarily between one who proposes to euro economic etilaby ctill further restrictions upon inditidual Ubarty, and another one who belietesin tha largest ddtelopment of inditiduality without infringement of the equal rights of all men to the poa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 April 1895

7 I5S5. that a large per cent of Santa Fe stock is held by Eastern widows and trustees of orphan trust funds. Let lis assume that this is true; and if so, how many of them will put np $10 upon shares that are worth but about SG m the stock market in order to hold them under the reorganization Receiverships and reorganizations are great games, but only capitalists and corporations can make it pay to play them. EOT. The Capital of April 11 publishes "Congressman Calderhead's money views," and declares them to be patriotic and statesmanlike." This may be their character, judged by the Capital's standard of patriotism and statesmanship, but to men of sense and good judgment they are pure rot. After telling of the effort made in Washington during the closing days of the last congress, and for a few days after its close, to organize a new silver party, Mr. Calderhead observes: After all that I heard there, I hare sot changed my yiews from thoee expressed ia toy campaign. I do not believe ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 April 1895

8 aps. ir CONCERNING KANSAS. NOTES. George T. Anthony is now in charge of the state insurance department, and Judge .Snider is a plain citizen. The change waa made Monday. About 229 cars of coal have been dis tributed in Western K&nsaa under the provisions of the aid law paused last ses sion. Most of it came from the peni tentiary mines. The law students at the stata univer sity are divided into two factions In galls and anti-Ingalls. The division cams about over the question of who Bhall deliver the cammenoemeit day ad dress. The Eldorado Advocate has been for tunate in securing the services of George A. Packett, who was formerly with the Wellington Voice. He is a spicy paragrapher and an all-round newspaper man. Ex-Governor "B)b" Taylor, of Tennes cea, is to lecture in Topeka this month, and Henry Watterson will be here a little later. The subject of Taylor's lec ture will be "The Fiddle and the Bow." lie is something of a fiddler himself. The Topeka correspondent of the Kansa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 April 1895

less. .w ' v -mm w ko ... Log the affairs of the office of hia reoeiv erahip of the Attica Sugar company and the Kansas State Sugar company and the creditors thereof has gmn rise to inch talk and expression among plain tiff's neighbors, and the expressions have become quite general in plaintiff's neighborhood that plaintiff was syste matically robbing the Attica Sugar company and the Kansas State Sugar company, and was stealing from the same and from the creditors thereof; and that long before and prior to the use of any and all of the words and ex pressions imputed to have been U3ed by this defendant, as charged in the plain tiff's petition, it was a common saying and a byword among the plaintiff's neighbors generally used in the neigh borhood around and about the city of Attica, Kansas, to-wit, say when plain tiff's neighbors wanted to condemn a person for doing wrong, they say he is as big a rascal as Jobes, meaning plain tiff; he is as big a thief as Jobes, mean ing plaintiff; s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 April 1895

DEVOTION TO GEEZD. :- .''iTu'title State of Things In the Country, HT1.. TT.. T i. nr.Va . Tfr v '-- T.Diron Advocate: The American rmisj. elat cf things in the country, J era cnropiEff for tha remedy. Nor ia . ... ,..Ti,:r,1, din i thv atant an lnni -1 wara bo thorouchly indifferent to . ' IriJ.-l 1L i a 11.. tha war till within a raw years since. n t!?2 thtt tima they literally ignored ; covernncental affairs in their mad ' M 1 J J J 4-. ..J iur gum huu uovutiiuu nu gTvuu. ;? elsa can we account lor tna laois :A fciiy allowed 2 billions of dollars of .',113 &nd railroad debts to be impoead ; ; i t&ara, ana permuted ina enrina ),$ ti tha volume of their enrrency and i-i- .a ii. . i .ti I.vdw (sfold) to their utter and inevit- Vta ruin, aa ia now apparent? For tilt tney ara awasa, tney una mat a' W W a a.ltA t lAt f ; i3 farther away from their ' n than atat. sr.a tnas inev ara i j , .....J evuij( iu duo muugu vi ucnuiiu. : v .t'rilil ArnlAim. Mr.orr.tAnri9 rfttHhn. i! it3 e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 April 1895

11 135 years they h&va mad light of ths farm ers' complainta and ridiculed them 83 a calamity howl, till tha chicisns ara coming home to thair roosta and tha ra eulta begin to tell on their cash boxsi and their receipts. They shonld have known without tailing that tha agri cultural community couldn't suffer a Iocs of hundreds of millions a year without its making a vaat difference in their purchasing power and ability, and that this must ultimately affect all departments of trada?and business, and this is what's the matter in tha country. Tha farmers constitute more than half tha productive labor of tha country, and ara consumers to tha same extent. Therefore, when they are crippled every thing else limps in accord with them. And now they Beam destined to be crippled, if not prostrated for all time to come. For the census enumeration shows that where they owned three fourths of all the property of tha nation in 1860, they have been constantly fall ing behind, till in 1890 they p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 April 1895

TH9 'civoo ate. AP3. 17 FOLLOWING THE CALF. A Tocm With a Moral for All Slaves of Piece dent One day through the primeval wood A calf walked borne, as good calves should, But made a trail all bent askew, A crooked trail, as all calves do. Since then two hundred years have fled, And, I Infer, the calf Is dead. But still he left behind his trail. And thereby hangs my moral tale. The trail was taken up next day By a lone dog that passed that way; And then a wise bellwether sheep Pursued the trail o'er vale and steep, And drew the flock behind htm, too, As good bellwethers always do. And from that day o'er hill and glade ' Through those old woods a path was made. And many men wound in and out. And dodged and turned and bent about, And uttered words of righteous wrath Because 'twas such a crooked path ; Bat still they followed do not laugh The first migrations of that calf; And thro' this winding wocdway stalked Because he wobbled when he walked The forest path became a lane That bent an...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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