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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 15 November 1893

THE ADVOCATE, 13 out evidence of possession or ownership of the note cannot be sustained. All the justices concurring. A true copy. Attest: C. J. BROWN, seal Clerk Supreme Court 6817. The City of Abilene vs. George W. Cowper thwalt Error from Dickinson County. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. BytheCoubt. Johnston. J. L The corporate authorities of a city per mitted a lot-owner to make a dangerous cellar way In a sidewalk and street in front of his house, which he subsequently covered with a frail trap door that was defective in con struction and around which no safeguards were placed. It remained in this condition for about two months, when a person traveling over the sidewalk stepped upon the trapdoor which broke down and precipitated him into the excavation below.causlng severe personal injuries. Held, That the city cannot relieve itself from responsibility because the danger ous and unguarded opening was made and covered by the lot owner; that it was the duty of the city authorities to superv...

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. — 15 November 1893

14 TUB ADVOOAtfB. Hard at It. The people who promised a boom after eilver repeal are trying hard to ehow up, but the law of water down hill seems to make the job vary difficult Dun's weekly review of November 4 eays: "Though people across the water award unstinted praise to those who secured the passage of the repeal bill, there is little dispcsi tion to pay higher prices on that account for wheat or cotton." There is not much comfort in that. Like all such things, it is fine words but no buttered parsnips. The treatment of our repeal friends will ba something like a story we heard in the good old days "whjBn men owned 'niggers'": y. 'Squire Jivedon had a head man called Josh, and tie following took place one morning in the late fall The old 'squire came out on the porch, and this colloquy occurred between him and the head man: Master "Josh, have you fed the horses and watered them?" Man" Yes, massa, all done right." Master "Are the cattle attended to and turned out in the pasture?"...

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. — 15 November 1893

T23323 jEVOOiLTIS. 15 Gasoline Engine The ceet because the moet simple. A few minutes attention a day wm keep it running. Moet eoonomic&l; guaranteed ooet of running is 1 oent per h. p. per hour. Weber Gas and Gasoline Engine Co., Draw r 050, - - KANSAS CITY, MO. When writing advertisers mention Advocate kTmm Ynnr HAS no Superior 4l Wingers Royal Crown STEEL WIND MILL. o i 5l fl'5 0 x E. B. WINGER, 53a Kenwood Terrace, Chicago. One man with helper can erect in 1 day on either wood, cable and pipe or steel tower w OT IF THE' FAIO 'IV W22 ftSsGraiif, XTay, Dressed Hogs, Iunbs, Teal, Wool, Batter, Eggs, TTTIiXi N PoaWry, .Frnit, Vegetables, Hides, Pelts, Furs and all kinds cstjtt ' -Podoce oa fie Chicago market for yon on commission, to best UnliU advantage. YOUR Organize a league- in your neighborhood members participate in commission profit of sales of their own products. Send for tags with instructions for shipping, to our General Office, 706 Garden City Block. FARXIEItS & U...

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. — 15 November 1893

id THE ADVOOAVB. POLAND-CHINA PI03 AND SHOBT horns, bred by J. H. Taylor, Pearl, Kas. KAVSAS BONDS WANTED - Highest price paid for refunding or school bonds. SIMON GBEENPAN, Topeka, Kas. SZ O tZ Agent's profi t8jper month. Will J Cm J prove it or pay forfeit New artl clesjust out A I1.A0 sample and terms free. Try as. Chidester k Son, 28 Bond st, N. Y. FRANK HERALD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 410 Kansas Aw., Topeka Kaa. J. C. ncCLIMTOCK, A.fl.O.D., 330 Kansas Avena, - Topeka, Kuiu Office hours, 3 to 4 p. in. IKOW H CAVY HAIR U,,.'. EUxlli Hr .., Ml hra rri.L BiAXI) Srf.,.. AW HIHo.HK0. I-.. M. Tb. mW KLIXIU Half 4mm4 lf ,4UH vt, $l,iM) a faM ....I. MUSTACHE AN, WCARO W. u,.,l I'Miir. btkCrt KI.IXIU B Mil IIUUM r.K.U.i 1').H Or fear l'.M M cwmm I Mil tm 1 i-M, tttrolv fct nf ,h. ,u.t4f. .'i. kin, Malth Jlff. (.,lJaUliur, III Itelloved la Three Mlnntes. lY'rauinently Cured In Ten ' days. By mall SO cents. 1. JUIAKCIM. 63 Carew Building, Cincinnati, Ohio Gilt-edge Feferences. Consign Your Wemake...

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. — 22 November 1893

7 . V AND TOPEKA TRIBUNE. A YEAR. $1.00 j TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEE 22, 1893. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. MEETING OP ALL CLASSES. "What Will Became of tne Workingman If He Can't Get Work." Chicago, November 17. A meeting in Central Mueio hall was the scene of great excitement, caused by the coming together of different elements of society to hear the address of W.T. Stead, the famous London editor and agitator. Preachers and saloon keepers, gamblers and theological professor?, women of the town and members of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, anarch ists and professional people sat side by side on the platform. Mr. Stead, who had rented the hall and called the meeting, made a speech and was followed by Tbos. J. Morgan, who became excited and talked about dynamite as a means of promoting jus tice. tile finished amid hisses and cheers, and as he sat down a woman rose in the center of the crowd and cried ont: 'Give us a plan of action." In the con fnsion the chairman did not ...

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. — 22 November 1893

2 THUS jLDVOOlT22I. GOVEMEJT SAILWAYS. Pointed Argument Begaiding Freight and Passenger Transportation. The financial disasters which, during the past few years, have followed those engaged in feeding and shipping western cattle are clearly attributable to the pri vate control of the avenues through which live stock must pass on its way to the eastern consumer. The phenomenal condition of the mar ket whereby there has been a decline in the market value of cattle with no corre sponding reduction to consumers in the price of beef, indicates the power to deter mine prices that is possessed by a few men through the control (by kindred in tereets) of railroads and their auxiliaries the stock yards and mammoth packing houses ad j aeent thereto. The same large buyers operate and own packing bouses in all the principal western cities Kan eas City, Omaha, St. Louis, Chicago and others. Governing these essential facili ties and possessing amrle capital, a prac tical control of the market by t...

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. — 22 November 1893

3 Since the death of Mr. W. ILVander bilt the family and their financial allies have acquired posbesaion of the follow ing lines: Mile- Stock and Net age, bonded debt, earnings. Big Four. 2,314 $ 85,5S6,589 $ 4.030,166 Chesapeake & 0.. .1406 98,639,394 206,693 Reading 1,106 207,300,263 10,417445 Lehigh Valley 886 105,105,810 5,884,351 Central R. R. of New Jersey 681 72,433,000 7,310,000 Rome, Waterton & Ogdensburg 643 26,839,000 1,696,028 Erie 1,966 176,44485 l&9fiW Ontario Western 477 67,719,982 654,330 Total 9479 $841,068,514 $39,408,410 If these figures are correct, the Van derbilts and their friends have obtained control eince W. H. Vanderbilt's death (without including Lackawanna and a number of minor lines) by lease and pur chase of more than 9,000 miles of road, with $800,000,000 capital and debt, and with a net earning capacity of $39,000, 000. The interest of the family and their friends in railroads in this country and Canada would seem to be as follows: Mile- ...

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. — 22 November 1893

THE AJDVOCiTIEL Aim TOPEKA TRIBUNE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. N. It. 2?. -A.. Publish id ivibt Wbdihsday by THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHES COliPAMY. Pvimi 13 And 4S KnOX Balldlng. mTKTi A. - KANSAS. $1.00 PELS YEAR. ADVERTISING BATES. Tor singl Insertion : Display matter, 30 ceui per line, 14 lines to the Inch. Ifcatog doBcm, 40enteperllne. Discount for long-time con traats. 1 InJ. Rural Press Assoo'n, Chlcaco Office O. VuYu,Mr. Entered at the postofflceat Topeka, Kan, as iecondclM matter. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEB 22. 1893. Every library ought to contain a good encyclopedia. See onr offer on the Revised- Britannica and secure one. Colorado is at least a neck ahead of Kansas, with woman's suffrage in addition to an Australian ballot law and a Populist administration. The great ship of state is rocking, rocking, and the people are rushing madly from one side to the other, while the Populists are trying to make sail in order to "keep her steady." Judging f rem the Populist papers, the entire oountry re...

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. — 22 November 1893

T23CHJ LDVOOA.TBl. 5 THE GOLDEN OALP. Hon. HnghMoOTilloch, comptroller of the currency, in his report for the year 1864, page 25, makes some state ments of fact which we commend to the worshippers of the golden calf as mighty "interestin readin." He says: "Gold has been a fatorite article to gamble in. It has been forced up and down by those tracks and detioes that we so well understand at the stockboard. The re Terseaof our arms have been used by the operators for an "adranoe" to send it up, and our military Buooesses have been turned to the advantage of those who were inter ested in a "decline." Immense interests hare been at work all over the oountry, and concentrated in New Tork to raise the price of coin, and splen did fortunes have been apparently made by their success. The loyal importer and manufacturer of the east and the produoer and provision merchant of the west have looked hands with the enemies of the re public in a common effort, although for a different object, and s...

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. — 22 November 1893

Q THE ADVOCATE. T7HAT DO THE REPUBLICANS OFPEB TOS THE BETTEB11E2JT OP HUMAN OONDITIOSS? One of the chief argamenta (T) o republican speakers and writers m the lata campaign in this state against the Populists has been that the Pop ulist leaders are socialists. They have not told the people what social ism is. They have not presented its doctrines, either severally or collec tively, 'and proceeded to show that they are mischievous in their influen cos and tendencies. This is not their way of doing things. They have as sumed that the doctrines are pernio- ions, and that the people know them to be pernicious, and that all they had to do was to show that People's party leaders had imbibed them. Are such methods as these satisfactory to intelligent, thoughtful people? It can hardly be possible; and still it is the customary way of dealing with this question. Richard T. Ely, associate professor of political economy in Johns Hop kins university, Baltimore, and lec turer on political econo...

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. — 22 November 1893

TSCTS ADVOOATa 1 i 7 7 THE NEW BOND PROPOSITION. Since the repeal of the purchasing clause of the so-called Sherman act, the next proposition of the conspira tors is to issne more government bonds, for the ostensible purpose of increasing the gold snpply and there by enabling the government to main tain the gold standard of payment. Several republican and democratic papers openly advocate such a course. The Leavenworth Times has been a noted champion of this John Sher man theory of finance. Now, the newspapers may be ig norant upon this subject and may really believe that an issue of bonds would bring more gold into the coun try, but John Sherman and his co conspirators of the senate and house who are advocating the bond scheme, know very well that it would do no such thing. While they may dis honestly make use of such an argu ment to insure the success of an un popular measure,they know very well that no gold can be obtained from foreign countries by any such means. Nor is the bond...

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. — 22 November 1893

0 THIS JIIDVOO-TSE. THE LATE ELECTION. Additional Information Concerning the Lata Unpleasantness in the Different States. In Virginia the Populists were counted out of all but eleven members of the leg islature, and an aggregate of about 75,000 votes is left them after the democrats ate through counting. This is a Popu list gain by democratic figures, of about 62,000 votes since last year. There being no registration law in that state, the main plan of corrupting the election was to stuff the ballot box with democratic tickets. By this plan, in many precincts the total vote was more than doubled, and of coarse there were very few districts in which any but a democrat had a chance of election. IOWA. The vote of ninety-four out of the ninety-nine counties in Iowa is: Popu list, 22,180; democrat, 1G5.295; republi can, 198,880; prohibition, 8,478. Popu list gain since 1892, 3,415; republican loss since 1892, 11,702; democratic loss since 1892, 22,502. NEBRASKA. Republicans elected their...

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. — 22 November 1893

9 A NEW APPLICATION FOR AN "OLD STORY. W DEFENDING WOMEN'S SUFFBAGE. Mrs. Otds Eeply to David Overmyer's Speech Against Suffrage. The following letter waa read at the Woman's Progressive Political League, Wednesday, November 15, unanimously en dorsed by the members and its publication requested. To the Ron. David Ocermyer: Dear Sir: As an earnest advocate of equal suffrage for many years I have read with muoh interest your late speech at Hamilton hall in Topeka. As an equal suffrage amendment is now pending to be voted upon at our state election in 1894,and as it ia reported by the press that you are a possible can didate for gubernatorial honors in this great progressive state of Kansas at the coming election, will you kindly per mit me to ask you a few questions relat ing to the subject matter of the speech to which I have referred? Under the theory of our government are not all its citizens born free and equal? Is not woman a citizen and competent to abide by the laws of our nati...

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. — 22 November 1893

10 . Causes of tha Political Change. Editob Advocatb: I see by the dailies that a great many wise men have been interviewed aa to the cause of the republican victory in the last election. Also, some of the noted women have given their views upon the subject, and in my opinion the ideas of the women are no leas unreasonable than tboee of the men. There were too great factors which led to the success of the republican party in other states as well as in some counties of this state, viz: The pension and the money questions. Aside from these two there were minor ones which had some little effect upon the results, bat these two overshadow all others. Hoke Smith's attack upon the pension ers of the nation drove more votes back into the republican party and out from all other parties than any other one or two agencies combined, for this reason: The republican party having been in power almost continuously since the close of the war and having given us all the pension laws upon our statute ...

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. — 22 November 1893

.AJDVOC.A.TH.. 11 A NEW HOME. The New Quarters Occupied By tne To peka Xeeley Institute at Sixth and Clay Streets. The removal of the Keeley institute from the old rooms in the Adams hotel block, North Topeka. to their new and elegant quarters on West Sixth street upon Tuesday last marks a new epoch in the Keeley work in Kansas. In seeking a more pleasant and home like location than they have heretofore occupied for the accommodation of the class under treatment we doubt if the management could have made a better selection than what is known in Topeka as the King residence, now owned by Mr. John Armstrong, and located at the southwest corner of Sixth avenue and Clay street, easily reached by the Sixth street car line, which place has been chosen as the fucure home of the To peka institute. In response to the invitation of Man ager C. W. Wadaworth and Dr. Hamil ton, the medical director, a representa tive of the Advocate visited the institute and was somewhat surprised to find the pl...

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. — 22 November 1893

12 SEUATOB VOOEHEES. (Continued from page 11.) reader may question their soundness or propriety, but he will certainly admit that aspiring human nature was meas urably excusable in paying regard to them. First He was ambitious to be chairman of the finance committee of the senate, and couldn't achieve that position without some defference to the element of his party opposed to silver remoneti zation. Second He was naturally and excusably anxious to preserve the integ rity of his party and not precipitate a break with the administration he had just aided and assisted into power; and Third He had opposed with all his might the Sherman act on its passage in 1890, and now to champion it would be a bitter pill to almost anyone who aimed at consistency; and therefore, he decided to go in for its repeal without sacrificing his devotion to silver or to the interests of the people as against capitalistic and corporative wealth, aa the above expres sions of Senators Teller and Harris in dicat...

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. — 22 November 1893

THE ADVOCATE, 13 Trust Conspirator Indicted Nashnille, Tenn., November 18. About two weeks ago the Nashville Coal company was formed and a majority of the wholesale and retail dealers in the city either joined or entered into an agreement to buy coal only from this company or mines represented in it. This action on the part of the dealers, especially those belonging to what is now called the "combine" bound them selves to sell only for cash. Public meet ings were held, and the matter was brought before the attorney general and the grand jury now in session. The re sult is that indictment has been re turned in court against J. E. Allison, individually, and J. . Allison, J. M. and R. L. Overton, composing the Nashville Coal company, charging them with vio lating the statutes of the state in form ing a combine to control the coal busi ness of Nashville. A Depleted Treasury. Washington, November 16. The ex cess of government expenditures over re ceipts has reduced the available balance ...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 22 November 1893

14 TPIH3 jJDVOOrm. CUT wmt m Sbmtaat Dmrtwne. ft, I. W fail UmtcuMT. I urn Utfc Jte WICHITA, KA3. Snd for catalogue. DnnVViiniliiK flfewtV Tol AAVanVf n Pan, mansnip, Typewriting, and all other business branches thoroughly taught. We secure posi tlons for our graduates through the Kalumcu Accountants and Strnographerr Bureau, with wnicn no other college in tne west is con nocted, J. H. itbitch. principal. When writing advertisers mention Advocate IP-"' By spec!! arrangement with the publlnheri of that greatflut of all reference libraries tne NEW REVISED KNCYCLOfWIA. BRITANNICA, we are able to place ttat great work within eaiy reach of our readers. The edition we offer Is not a reprint but a new edition. It is publlihed In to large Octavo Volumes of over 7,000 pren, u,uw columns, ana s.uuo.uuu words, it contain Mmap printed In colors, showing every country of the world, and separate maps of every State In the Union. H contains every topic In the original Edin burgh Edition, and biogr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 22 November 1893

J&yV-OOJlJrEi. THE ADVOCATE PREMIUM PAGE. "THE SUN" Bakes Six Cakes a Minute. THE MORGAN BE OILER, For BroMlng Ham, Beefsteak, and Sausage. SELF. BASTING; It is odorless, and saves all the gravy, and makes tough meats juicy and tender. Either of. the above utensils will be sent, charges prepaid to any subscriber of the Ad vocate for 75 cents, or to any new subscriber, with the paper one year, for $1.50; or to any person sending three subscriptions and 13. THE ADVOCATE PUB. CO., TOPEKA, KAS. TELL YOUR WIFE! THE : HOME : MAGAZINE, Conducted by Mrs. John A. Logan, An j tlia Celebrated Fancy Work Mart, We give both free one year to every one of onr subscribers who will send us ONE NEW sub scriber and $1 for the Advocate. The Home Magazine is handsomely illus trated, contains stories, home topics, portraits of distinguished people. Best magazine for the money published. Growing brighter every month. This offer includes our Thanksgiving and holiday numbers. The Fancy Work Chart contai...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 22 November 1893

16 THE .ASVOOAttEI. . i fTlZ0 9 GOODS 111 10 HOURS C?!COC Agent's profits per month. Will j J Bad. p tlTQff " pove it orpay iurien. hbw irw . I' 3 m jlT'" cles just out. A $1.50 sample and terms free. Try us. Chldester & Son, 28 Bona at., a. x. FRANK HERALD, ATTORNEY AT LtATW, 410 Kansas Aw,. Topeka Kan. J, C. OcCLiriTOCK, A.fl.M.D., OTJI&GrJXOlT. 330 Kansas Avenue, - Topeka, Kansas Offloe hours, 3 to 4 p. m. Relieved In Tliree Minutes. Permanently Cured In Teu day. Jiy mall CO cents. 68 Carew Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. Gilt-edge Beferences. We males a spe cialty of DRESS- MAKING AND M ILLINERY for our out-of- town friends at very low prices. MBS. Y7. O SLY, 837 H.maiM Avenne, North Topeka. When writing advertisers mention Advocate DressmaiQD 2 GRAY HAIR tAUieirDO restored vrniori-uo or wn iorLno m rvrfw-tiv 1 natural color hy wine VAV MEXICAN HAIIl KKSTOUATIVE. Il w moves all dandruff; stops hair from fullln out and cures all disease of the Hculp. It in no Dye, and i s war...

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