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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 20 December 1893

TIHIB jJD"VOO.TH3. ALLIANCE WOM. Address of Mrs. Emma Troudnor at the State Alliance Nov. 5. Brother French hai rf quested that we at tend thia state Alliance meeting prepared to help devise ideas to promote new life and energy, and for the general good of our order. We oannot afford to let the Alliance "the child of promise" to the agricultural olaas grow eiok for want of proper nourishment, and if tbe diet has not been suitable to its digestion and for its bodily growth, let us ohange the diet, and diagnose the oase thoroughly, that a proper nourishment may be proTided. Though young in years, it has been the means of lowering the price of all kinds of farm machinery, and the deal ers in implements recognize that faot aa forcibly as our Alliance brothers, and vastly more than the weak-kneed fellows who dropped by the wayside because "they oouldn't see as the Aanoe was any benefit to them." "There are none sj blind as those who will not see," is aptly applied to many men who prefer ...

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. — 20 December 1893

14 TPIID ADVOOATl. PEEHIER .0 "Na Pi-sc $10.00, GOLD WATCH. This cat does not rep- ---- v-r r - -m t composition watch so vjV . ' ,a tne Premier Hold, C---it 7m. specially ftf adapted to the Advocati trade. The Premier not worth 1100 nor 150. out is sucn as most deal' ers sell at $20 or 125. it is a verr handsome lease, and the buyer can c noose the waltham. El gin, Ilampden.Columbus or Springfield stem-wind and stem-set movement. These watches look like gold watches, and to all outward appearances re semble a solid gold watch worm iioo or im The outside of the watch ii gold, but under neath Is alloy. The warranty la that the gold will not wear through inside or nve years, and with good care will last a life time. The guar anty on which we buy them la: "We guarantee to take back any defective or onsatiBiactory case aunng any penoa witnin nve yeara- mm nrrrn The advocation year UUri UrrCLN. and the Premier Gold Filled Hunting Case Watch (either ladies' or Express charges (25 cents in...

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. — 20 December 1893

I THE ABVOOATB. 15 4. i A iesi Awards Fair Hie! '.''"i;;,l j' V ti S TtrU UMaland Din nma ifTT" on ow INCUBATOR andF V 'T BROOOtR Combined, Old Reliable" fUjoaaninumtraia Foultrjr, It wuiaj pmj you n ma 1 nau la inmpi fur vw 7 nun MUlotue, sltlmt laluabt. riaa nPnlm Cnlnim. A.ldmi. :ReliableJncubator and When writing ad ert sers m -i-tl n Adv cate HOXALL I nCUGATOH Is the simplest and most per fect Self-Regulating Incubator on tho market, and we manu facture the only self-regulating Rrnndwr in Amnriea. 1, "sjJJ y Circulars free. Address H w. m.ufcturo GEO. W. MURPHY & CO I either tingle or QC1SCY. ILL. double tray. Smd 1 h. f Wimriui c.uln The lowest prfre flnt-dut hatcher made. When writing advertisers mention Advocate it Tho WcisDll Washer A PERFECT WASHER. Work on the samo prin ciple us hand-washing. If your Hardware aeaier uues not keep It, write to us. Cireulurs, testimonials, etc. sent FREE. DIETHER & BARROW5, tDote Jlanunwlurera, FT. WAYNE, IND. When wrlt'n? aivertler...

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. — 20 December 1893

16 V THEJ ADVOOAVB. i "DOL ANDCHIN A PIGS AND SHORT- A horca, bred by J. XL Taylor, Pearl, Km f,WfllTrrOB8 and Reporter. Either flex. Ttjt l,y i j I nil) wU. Experience not essential. 8en4 lump tat Instruction.. lrtrCe rreM Aswieieiwn inawn.pvu., mu ganger i AND TUMORS soMntia.allr r..i.rf an1 itnrul. No knife. , Hook free. Dr. I. H. Urtlar, 1 SO Bbllllla aw, Cincinnati, Ohio SALESMEN WAreTEO'WtoTrSrSS on aitrht to every huaiiirM men r tirm; liberal salary, money avancea mr aavtriiiiMic nun r-n ... rcuiwiwii cvauivy. Adaroas with stamp, KINU MKG. CO., A fri Chicago, III. fltCTOK Agent's profltg per month. Will u,J AL nrnva it nr t fnrfnit. Nflw Artl- clesjust out. A $1.60 sample and terms free. Try us. umuesier x dob, o iiuuuii., a. i. FOR AGENTS Ladies or O.nts, send foirVe catalogue. Big Profits. A. U. BETT8 A CO.,43 Water St.TToledo.O. ,0, SECRET WORKI BOYS JOIN! f : ;j KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS, great, irowlng Seorei 'j ' : ,' Order, admitting young men. Grip, passwords, testa, k jjt ...

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. — 27 December 1893

AND TOPEKA TRIBUNE YOX.V. xo. ca i a yeah. $1.00 r TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1893. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. TEHPOEAEY PATERNALISM. Tha Santa Fe Eailroad System in the Hands of United States Court EeceiTers. The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe and the St. Louis & San Francisco railroads, comprising what ia called the Santa Fe system, are now in the hands of three receivers, appointed on December 23 by United States Circuit Judge Caldwell sitting in chambers at Little Rock, Ark. Receivership was resorted to as the only means of keeping the roads in operation and protecting employes and patrons against the holders of .'mortgage bonds and watered stock during the period of depression. Whether the court acted wisely in selecting as receivers men who are already in the employ of the stock holders remains to be seens The only excuse for doing so was that they were acquainted with the business of the roads. The three receivers appointed are J. W. Reinhart of Boston, J. J. McC...

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. — 27 December 1893

2 THE! ADVOCATE. SOOIETY AND THE EEPUBLIO Ehould be Protected by the Severe Pun ishment of Corrupt and Tricky Officials. Editor Advocate: From a pretty close study of the political history of the i country for some years past and a thor ough conviction of the general corruption that pervades every department of our public service, I have come to the con clusion that mo-e heroic remedies will have to be resorted to, to stem the sweep ingtide of demoralization and restore the government to its pristine purity and good name among men. It will be observed that I make no exception of the executive and judicial departments, as most writers and publicists do, who la ment the decadence of virtue and good morals in our public functionaries; since the conviction of several judges of the supreme court of New York of conduct that stained the judioial ermine in the most disgraceful manner, and the accept ance of the presidency by one party, who it is now generally agreed, was never elected, and ...

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. — 27 December 1893

i-HE ADVOOATB. 3 it has been by the enemy in the field." What? Hostility to the government 83 decided in Wall street as in the confed erate ranks? Why coddle one, then, and shoot down the other? Why not treat both alike and hang both to a sour apple tree? Can anyone answer? And that's just what I advocate condign punish ment much more for a pretended but false friend than an open enemy. But our boasted civilization forbids it, and courts pusilanimity and impunity for the worst cf traitors and miscreants who walk the earth. And what are we to do with such gross inconsistency implying the grossest dis honesty and desertion of principles as that exhibited by John Sherman and Secretary Carlisle when they "opposed contraction of the currency, and the lat ter the demonetization of silver and fore told and depicted in such dark and gloomy colors the results that must in evitably flow from it to the farmer, me chanic and every member of society; and then presto, John Sherman becomes the ver...

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. — 27 December 1893

4 TPIIH ADVOCATE. xjy I AIJD TOPEKA TBIBUITE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. N. IZ. Is. Published ivkhi Widwmdat by THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHES COUPAHY, Booms 43 and i6 Knox Building TOPEKA. - KAH3AJ8. 1.00 PEIi YEAK. ADVESTI3INO RATES. For ilDglft Insertion : Display matter, 20 cents per line, 14 llnei to the Inch. Rcftdln notices, 40 cents per line. Discount for locs-tune con tracts. ) Ind. Rural Press Aaaoo'n, CMca&o Office P. G.VAaVuar.Mgr. ) Boyce Building. Entered at the poitofflceat Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 18S3. IMS Howeveh reluctant they may be to acknowledge it, no paper can faith fully chronicle the passing events of the day without becoming a calamity howler. To avoid this many of them suppress the news and misrepresent the facts. 'Notwithstanding the People's party died again last November, the Topeka Capital is frantic for a mid winter republican school house cam paign to begin at once. If the party is so very deacl, why so much anxiety abo...

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. — 27 December 1893

WHO ABE THE LAWLESS? There are two specials to the Chi cago Tribune of December 23 and one to the Kansas City Times of the same date which it would seem are sufficient in themselves to awaken the people to consciousness of the dangers that threaten our liberties. The plutocratio press talks sagely of the sanctity of law, and is loud in its denunciation of law-breakers when they happen to be poor people; but when law is trampled under foot and human rights are outraged by national, state or municipal authori ties, such outrages are passed over in silence. It is about time for the people to begin to inquire whether laws are made for all, or only for the poor. The first of the specials to which we refer is from Oskalooea, Iowa; and, after making all due allowance for the coloring which is always given to these events, the statements as they appear m the Tribune are alarming in the character of their disclosures. The special reads as follows: A general herding of tramps was made this mo...

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. — 27 December 1893

I 6 THUS ADVOCATE 0. 0. 0LEMEST3. Something About the Man and the Beason of the Abuse to Which He is Subject. It has been the custom of old party papers for years to denounce Mr. Clemens as an anarchist and a very dangerous man. Nothing has been too mean or contemptible to be said of him. So long and so persistently has this course been pursued .that people throughout the state and throughout the country, almost irre spective of party, have come to re gard the things said of him to be true, and to look upon anything that comes from his pen with suspicion Nowhere, esc apt within the circle of his intimate acquaintances is his real worth known or appreciated. It is not alone among republicans and democrats that this spirit of suspic ion and distrust has extended. Its influence is seen among Populists, and it is not unfrequently observed in allusions to him in reform papers. And right here we desire, before pre senting the facts that follow, to make a confession. We had been in the cit...

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. — 27 December 1893

THE ADVOOATB. POOLS AS STATESMEN Mis. Diggs Comments on Bond Israes and Other Issues Comparing the Queen of Hawaii "With American Colored Women. Special Correspondence. Senator Hoar haa over exercised hiB patriotiem and is betraying signs of the "impeachment" epidemic. Evidently his part of the republican party program in congress is to raise the Hawaiin matter to the rank of a first-class national issue. Scarcely a day passes but the Massa chusetts senator risks apoplexy via muscular oratory and red-faced denun ciation of Mr. Cleveland's paternal soli citude for Liliuokalani. Seriously and truly, Senator Hoar and other republi cans in congress think, or make believe to, that the president has so far over stepped the limits of his constitutional prerogative as to merit impeachment All of which may be true, as looked at from the standpoint of the constitution whose especial defender and knight errant is Senator Hoar. Several months since I started in the columns of the Advocate a sug...

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. — 27 December 1893

0 TEUFOSAEY PATEBNALISM. (Continued from page 1.) Reinhart throws some light on the con dition of the road: "To the Bond and Stock Holder and Creditors of the AtohUon. Topeka & Santa be Kauroaa Company and System: "Boston, Mass., December 23. The directors of the Atchisan, Topeka & Santa Fe and the San Francisco Railroad company, comprising, with their auxil iary and controlled lines, the system cf the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe com pany, are compelled to announce that the sudden termination during the cur rent week of pending negotiations for financial relief, has caused temporary embarassment to the company and will prevent further payments of borrowed money now due and interest coupons of the several companies maturing January 1, 1894, proximo, of all bonds or funded debt and guaranteed obligations, in cluding the coupons of the general mortgage bonds of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad company and of the St. Louis and San Francisco Rail way company. The ...

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. — 27 December 1893

lEE2 ADYOOATE. 9 Populist Outrage. Editor Advocate: Under the above title an article appeared in the Western Advocate of December 6, which was no doubt copied from the Western Veteran, the same article having appeared in that paper a few days previous to the isaue above given. The Veteran's informant, I am told, did take a number of soldiers from the home at Fort Dodge to Wright's Station on election day. Mr. Moody states that he had told all the old soldiers at the home, before the election, ;that all who had not gained a residence in Ford county, Kansas, where the home is situ ated, prior to the date when the law took effect that was passed by the legislature at the last sitting of that body, could not cast their votes legally in said county, but that they were at liberty to go to the respective counties from which they had come to the home, and vote there. The law referred to provides that the inmates of this institution cannot gain a resi dence in Ford county while they are memb...

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. — 27 December 1893

10 THE ADVOCATE. SIGNS OF PROSPERITY, Tne "Happy New Tear" Brought About by Conservative Legislation. And Still They Bail Against the "Visionary Schemes" Proposed By Populists At this time, when bo much unfavor able comment ia appearing: in the pluto cratio press concerning Governor Lw el ling's recent circular to police commis sioners, the Xdvocatk believes that a presentation of existing conditions in all parts of the country will better enable honest and humane people to see the in justice and the cold blooded brutality of suoh criticism. This presentation will necessarily occupy considerable epace, but it is believed that it will be profit able for Advocate readers to see it. Without further introduction or com ment, therefore, it ia submitted. The Chicago Tribune of December 5 contained the following: Thousands of Homeless Men Are Suffering In Chicago. Three hundred men, out of money and ouc of work, slept in the city hall corri dor Sunday night. For two weeks or more it has th...

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. — 27 December 1893

ADVOCATE, 11, and grocers who will aid will have a guaranty that every cent'a worth of food donated will be applied where most needed. If those disposed to make con tributions will send their names and ad dresses to Mrs. Harriet B. Kells, The Temple, room 1105, a messenger will be dispatched for the articles. The Globe-Democrat of December 6 said this editorially: The poor we have always with us, it is true; but just now we have with us as among the poor a class of people who were never in that category before. They are people whose honorable and decent pride keeps them above all methods of supplication, yet whose misfortunes make them familiar with the most pal pable forms of want In dispensing charities such people should not be for gotten. If they do not seek relief, relief should seek them. We print the following letter, received by us yesterday, because it states facts and expresses opinions which are worthy of the consideration of charitably-disposed people. It tells its own s...

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. — 27 December 1893

care for their own poor. At the time the committee came to Ironwood, this city wei trying to sell $30,000 worth of bonds to add this smount to the poor fond. There was a legal difficulty-in the way and beeidea there was nc place to aell the bonds. When thie plan fell through, the authorities were left without a cent to help the people. They have at this time drawn heavily on the nezt year's tax hat. In this extremity when the committee telegraphed if aid wai needed the payor replied in the affirmative. BELIEF NOT WELL OSOANIZSD. "When Mr. Maybnry told them that what they wanted waa data the local committee was unable to furnish it They had not organized so thoroughly for the relief work, and consequently to-day the visiting committee could not get the accurate reports it wanted. . "Outside of Iron Mountain the largest town in the country is Norway. It has about 5,000 people, and the largest mine istheAragon. It employed when work Leg to its full capacity 1,000 people. It is now work...

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. — 27 December 1893

THIS ADVOCATE, ABOUT KAU3AS. The report that C. F. Nesaly, printer at thaOlathe institution, was discharged is pronounced false by Mr. Nssly him eelf. The board of regents of the state nor mal Bchool has forbidden the game of foot ball being played in the institution and denounce it as a brutal game. The board is right. Frank R. Forrest is holding meetings in Ness county this week and next week will be in Reno. He has calls enough to keep him busy for six weeks, although his dates are not all settled upon. On Christmas day the Topeka police station wss turned into an institution for the distribution of clothing and other naceesities of life, which was very much better than making it an institution for the punishment of paupers. Some fellow at Abilene tried to start a sensation by "picking up" on the street two letters, the contents of which were intended to convey the impression that the writer was implicated in a plot to kidnap Ruth Cleveland and make $20,000. The letters were evid...

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. — 27 December 1893

14 THE ADVOOAVB. mM Mil Iwrt mtMv Moubad fc I .mh FsJ'iMepalA ImM OUr Burl gatnaMr. aaaeae Otf. Me SALESMEN WANTED "!! W&iWm on light to evrry liunnes man or firm; lilwnil iikry, money advanced lor advertising nd expen-e. Pernnnen pmitioo. IdUreaa with aUmp, KINO MRI. CO., A fV Chicago, til. FRANK HERALD, ATTORNEY AT jAW. tio Kansas Are., Topekai Kan. . 05 VIOLIN This to a Bargain. We I it j appearance to a 125 lnstrrimsn. II U a VJ It m beautixui Italian model made of selected seasoned wood; double back ebony fin ish, tall piece, Anger board and pegs. We tell this Violin m an advertisement, and will furnish elegant full length bow, fancy marbled finished pasteboard box and piece of rosin. This Instrument will be strung with first-class strings, bridge, will be well fitted. If yon want a Violin, now is the time to buy. Money refunded If not satisfactory. Sent to your nearest express office, C. O. ix, for free ezamlnv tlon before you pay your money. J. W. JKNKINS' SONS, 035 Main ...

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. — 27 December 1893

THE ADVOCATE. 15 Gasoline Engine The Dest because the most simple. A few minutes attention a day will keen it running. Most economical: guaranteed cost of running is 1 oent per h. p. per hour. Weber Gas and Gasoline Engine Co., Draw, r 950, - - KANSAS CITY, MO. When writing advertisers metflSSon Advocate We make a sue- eialtv of DRESS MAKING AND MILLINERY for our out -of- fjnrn frtanria At VHTV lflW TiriCflS. MBS. W. C. SLY, 827 Kansas A venae, North Topeka. When writing advertisers mention Advocate Rial M HATCH CHICKENS. BY STEAL? sje? txceisior incuDaior,' , I tat fee Simple, Perfect, Self-ReguA Circulars frM. Bend 6o. for Ilia.. Cat-Jot'i. hiiintt. Thousands in SQO' Mmfni rmeration. uiunn f tMtd to hutch a Itrm rer- t i oentage of fertile eggs atl lesa coet than any other Jiyuatcner. JLowesi pnoea GEO. II. BTAIIL, QleyIll. When writing advertisers mention Advocate INVINCIBLE HATCHER, The BES1 Hi IncubatorABroodei even OFFERID. 2000 SSWBW L or. I I natron intisfled. Send lets tamp...

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. — 27 December 1893

THE ADVOOAtfE. POLINDCUDU PIG3 AND SHORT-i- tcrts, trad by J. II. Taylor, Fear I, Kas. r lTT'T'n'OBawKlBeiMrtew. Zither Bts. Faya I, i., j I tlJ wall. Eiperienoa aot eeaenUal. Send stamp a loMiwJonm (ntenute Preaa Annul atmo. Indianapolla. ma nv"rpirf Wtotwl X.fcerI fljater? PaM. 1 , '1 I M V k AtboOworlotraTel. Taaaa furalibed a. ..JBalJ W U fTVW. f. ft ViOUCat, AUfmle, Ma. AND TCM0B3 aeltatllaaMy treated aaa cured. Mo knife. Beak frM. Or. L. H. tiratlny, SO Shlllit Are Claetaaell, Ufctu. TESTED 8EED COXN Five new varieties of 8eed Corn. Send for descriptive price list to J. L. Firkins & Co., Little Sioux, iowa. Of CO IT Agent's profltsper month. Will V w fc w prove 1 or pay forfeit New arti cle! lost out A IL60 sample and terms free. Try us. Chidester & Son, 28 Bond at, N. Y. H-iDDUn GOODS agents Ladiee or Genie, land for Froa catalogue. Big Profit. A. U. 3SZTT8 A CO.,49 Water St.TTOledo.O. "TV SECRET WORKI BOYS JOINI f ? KNIGHTS 0 COLUMBUS, peat, rowln Secret v Order, adm...

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