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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 June 1895

1711 ."', wvpk tf"l j" "T" is:;. SOUTHEBN SILVEEITES. Continued Tnm'vact U that came with tha gold standard. There cm be no restoration of prosperity, no permanent relief from prevailing condi tioca until the great cause has been re moved by a complete restoration of eil vsr to ita proper place as a money metal. equal with gold. STABLE MOUSY. We believe in a money of stable value. We believe, least of all, in an appreciat ing standard. It ia only through the practical operation of bimetallism that a stable standard of value can be se cured. A standard constituted of money constantly increasing in value Li not a sound, a single nor a double stan dard, but a constantly 'changing stand' ard. The effect of gold monometallism ia to establish one standard for the cred itor and another for tha debtor, and there can be no more dishonest mone tary system than one which gives short measure to the borrower and long measure to the lender. Under the pol icy prevailing prior to 1873 there can be ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 June 1895

mas wbW . tt.t'W V W Km ' mis id BOTOKT BEFX113. r. cthlug About the New Parties of Other Days. BY WILLIAM STItYKEIt. One can hardly take up an old-party p 2por without finding in it article after article vilifying, abusing and ridlcul ing ' the , Populists and the Populist party. It is their main stock in trade. Does not this sound very much like them? "With this view, that is to divert suspicion, Nero inflicted the most ex quisite tortures on these men who, un- diir the vulgar appellation of Chris tians, were already branded with de served infamy. They derived their names and origin from one Christ, who in the reign of Tiberius had suffered death by the sentence of the procura tor, Pontius Pilate. For a while this dire superstition was checked, but it burst forth again and not only spread itself over Judea the first seat of this mischievous sect but was even intro duced into Rome, the common asylum which receives and protects whatever 1j impure, whatever is atrocious. The confessi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 June 1895

u: r: 2D ClVOOGte 11 themselyes out. We are contending to-day for justice, for a greater revolu tlon in government than were Phillips or Garrison or even Luther. It is in evitable. "Whom the gods would de stroy they first maie mad." The robber baron of to-day is leav ing no stone unturned, no means un tried to provoke the masses to revolt. Let us not take a sop thrown to us in the way of free coinage of silver unless there comes with it recognition of the principles for which we contend. If it alone was gained we would have the struggle all over again and under con ditions less favorable than now. Just a few years before the war, Phillips and Emerson and Whiter and, in fact, all the great leaders in the aboli tion movement, believed they would not live to see its accomplishment. Events move more rapidlyjiow. King . Cleveland and Justice Shiras. John Sherman, . Havemeyer, Senator Brice and such as they, are helping our cause along the same as Justice Taney and Jeff Davis hastened the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 June 1895

1 J. v JUNE 19 Prices of Products. Hditos Advocatb: I wish to oubmit I ih'? readers of tha Advocate a com v "M'oa cf prices of wheat, cotton, com :.... dlvar. It haa required soma work t3 p;ipara this table, Bad I feel wall paid for tha value it will ba to tha advocates c ! sacra money, free silver, eto. Tfca r .-irri Era thoroughly oorreot and ara I:V:afrora the highest ofBoiala in tha Ur. J. I ealactad from 1810 so as to catch tha products under a free silver and gold wlztz?, and from 1873 to 1894 under a Zzli standard. a at the head of the column of v.hrat, corn and cotton indicates that ton 1310 to 1869 the prices of thoee arti zzo ca tha New York market are taken frcm tha report of the United States Ssnata Finance committee of March 3, 1S:3, volume II.,pagea 7, 11 and 63. Loitar & indicates that the average Kisa cf tha price of silver was takea f rota tha report of tha direotor of the Ur lied States mints for 1889, page 163, zzz2? from 1890 to 1894 the price ia from the ann...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 June 1895

1833 1 r,j ' ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT, DIBECTOHY. President J. F. Willita, McLonth Vice resident Mrs. Emms Trondner. Carbondale Secretary J. B. French, Topeka i.ecrarer uon. J. u. una, Topefca Assistant Lectarer C. W. Ames, Osborne DEPABTMSNT WOBX. BOARD. J. F. Maxey, Chairman Ottawa J. B. French, Secretary Topeka J. P. Stephens Wellsville Mrs. Emma Trondner Carbondale Mrs. L. E. Fnrbeck Topeka Mrs.E.M.Wardall Topeka 8TATS MANAGIR3. Agriculture A. F. Allen, Vlnland Hortlcnltnre J. H. Darche, Garnett Floriculture W. H. Cool tie, Tevls Bee-xeeplng. . .Mrs. Thoa. Strawbrldge, Ottaw Domestic Economy Mrs. Lydla E. Fnrbeck, Topeka Dairying Mrs. Bina A. Otis, Topeka .Entertainments ana Eznibits Mrs. Emma Trondner, Carbondale improved Farm Machinery J. F. Maxey, Ottawa Political Economy and Parliamentary Laws J. P. Stevens, Wellsville Co-ODerate Commerce and Finance Robert Hanson, Concordia Fire Insurance H. Banghman, Burrton Life Insurance S. D. Cooler, Topeka General Culture... Mrs. E. M. Ward...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 June 1895

.Tiio Advoodte. JUNE 19 Cleveland for Third Terra and Dictator. At th8 meeting of tlis wholesale gra- t :3 of the South in Atlanta last week, C'.j.tcia J. II. Martin, of Memphis, in a Gpcach said: "Grover Cleveland, prcddont of the United States, receives a salary of $50,000 a year. Ha should ba given $100,000 and elected for life." ! The Atlanta Journal, in reporting this, says: "Hardly had the words passed the stout democrat's lips when cheer after cheer fairly shbok the walla of the building and reached to the Ltieet, beyond. Time and time again President Leigh rapped his gavel for crier, but time and time again the s:out went up from sturdy democratic threats, while men waved their hats, wildly applauding, a sentiment bo ex prssslve of their individual convic tions." If these statements be true, they fur nish one of the saddest commentaries . upon the intelligence and patriotism of the business men of the South which t?.s ever been published by any of its lepers. It hardly seems...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 June 1895

jTiie Advocate. 1835. BRASS BANfr Instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Equip. ments tor Hands and Drum Corps. Low est prices ever quoted, r me Lataloe, 400 liwxnUimaiUd fre$ ; it give tixc& Music & Instructions for Amateur Bands. , 1133 ft EMIT, 25-21 Urn EC 0!e When writing advertisers mention Advocate PIETAL for your WAGONS. Any iz joa want, SO toS6in.hih. Tires 1 to 8 in. widehubs to fit any axle. Haves Coat many times in a season to have set of low wheels to fit your wagon for hauling grain, fodder, manure, bogs, ko. No resetting of tires. Catl'g free. Address EMPIRE MFG. CO., Qulncy, 1U. A V V Xesp in ths IMih of tha Roi5 . THE FIGHT IS NOW ON. 'Ere's Your Rocky Mountain News" 7 C ft MOTTO "What man can love his country when his country lets him starve !" Cartoon with every touts Tie Best Daily Pajer On Earn Dally per yr., $7.50 With Advocate same price DallySmos., 190-Wltb. Advocate J2.50 Weekly per yr.l OO-With Advocate 1.75 11 inifiil. !ii).lliwiui SOLID KANSAS CITY and St ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 June 1895

i 10 Tiie JLdL-vooajta. MARKET REPORTS. Kansas City Live Stock. i;an3A8 Citt, June 17. Cattle Receipts since Saturday, 6,814; calves, 144; shipped Saturday, S82 cattle; 2 calves. The market waj steady to strong. The following are represent ative sales: DRE33ED BEEF AND SHIPPINO STEER 21 1,480 J5.45 21 1,2-JO 4.75 102 1,170 bMYi 6 1,221 5.05 44..., 1,178 4.60 22 1,127 4.50 39 1,177 4.45 37 1,207 4.00 43 1,486 $5.35 22 1,205 4.83 42 1,337 6.10 113 1,180 4,85 55 1.090 4.50 44 1,062 4.50 4 795 4.40 20 1,143 4.15 TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS. .1,100 $3.90 35 1,083 3.90 52 1,083 3.90 80 1,015 120 34 1,102 13. 00 45 '.1,096 3.00 57 809 a 40 m 3.20 ARIZONA COWS. 0... ....... 1,220 $3.50 2 1,250 82.50 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 10 Ind 761 $3.00 21 Ind 786 2.32!, 15.. t 813 2.50 8Ihf 382 2.00 51 Ind. 34 Ind. 753 2.32tf 709 2.80 14 687 2.25 31)9. 91 2.65 COWS AND HEIFER9. 6 820 $4.20 1 l.OtiO 3.50 7 705 3.25 2 600 a25 4 982 3.15 1 9) 3.00 1 1,080 2.90 1 1.150 2.90 S 1,040 2.75 2 1,070 2.60 .1,000 $173 ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

eM I lf ; i, nil M i ,M p-yi wiwyiiii ymi ftim tfn WWP w VOL. VII., NO. 26. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNE 26, 1895, $1.00 A YE Alt. NONPARTISAN. KANSAS EILVEEITE3 GET TOGETHER IN 00HPESEN0E. T hey Eevive the State Bimetallic Leagne and Elect New Officers The Usual, Kind of Besolutions. The state silver conference held in To peka June 18 and 19, having been called by A. C. Shins, vice president for Kan b&3 of the American Bimetallic leagur, was fairly well attended by representa tives from different parts of the etata. Mr. Shinn end many other leading eil- veritea arr i satisfied that the organi zation effldxed at this meeting will lead to an overwhelming victory for the movement in this state. The conference waa non-partisan, as it was intended to be, for it waa participated in by men from each cf the three leading parties. The greatest features of the occasion were the speech of ex Congressman Sib ley of Pennsylvania, and the large an dience that listened to him on Tuesday evening in Ha...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

iy brgaa in No. 15. Sutaoribers can gel bsoi numbers. ; .'iisj Stone, Anti-Federal. Copyright 18"5, By G. C. CLEMENS, (Author of "The Dead Line.") BOOK III. CHAPTER III. A CONVEKT AND A REVALATION. 75jq magio rod of fanaticism Is preserved in the very adyta i i hum an nature, and needs only the re-exciting warmth of a - "'.j! hand to bud afresh and produce the old fruits. They break their manacles, to wear the name Of freedom, graven on an heavier chain. Colxsidgk. Nathaniel Stone had found a great difference be tween the labor of the past summer and that which Lad been required of him in the summers past. JIi3 pride had been so far vanquished by necessity V:,z.t he had first accepted the assistance of his wife : j a ilsld-hand, and had at last begun to require it rahcrdutyjyet, even then, he sorely missed the I'vl'cs of Sydney, who had been something more ) :,n a laborer; had been an Intelligence as well as a :am machine. But not once had Nathaniel Stone "... 1 the slightest misgiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

cause this new piece of evidence had made it abso lutely essential that he should do something to work off surplus enthusiasm. CHAPTER IV. GERTRUDE THINKS OF SOMETHING. A woman's head is usually over ears la the heart Coliridg. A true history of human events would show that a far larger proportion of our acts are the results of sudden impulses and accident, than of that reason of which we so much boast. Cooper. It has been said so often as to have become trite, that women do not reason they conclude; that their mental processes are emotional; that the feminine mind reaches at a single bound, by intuition, conclu sions to which the masculine reason painfully climbs by laborious induction or tardy demonstration; that, in short, women think with their hearts. All of which is the same as spying that one of the prime characteristics of rare genius is a common property of the fair. "All thought begins in feeling," and he is the great thinker whose vigorous brain is warmed to ac tivity by ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

JUNE 26 AND TOPEKA T&XBUirE. XT. P. -A.. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BT THE ADTOCATE POBLISHINB CO.. Rooms 43 and 45 Colombian Bld& , TOPEXA, KANSAS. $1.00 PER YEAR, ADVERTISING RATE3. Slagle Insertion: Display matter, 15 cants er agate line, (14 lines to inch). Beading notices, SO cents per line, (count lines). Copj or electro should reach this office Mon day morning to Insure insertion In following iue. Electros must have metal base, 13-em columns OX Inches). Entered at the postofflce at Topela, Kansas, as second claas matter. "We demand the free and unlimited c0i5agk op silver and cold at the ruisbnt legal ratio op 16 to 1 Omaha Popclist Platform. The Capital devotes a large share of its editorial page now to Judge Foster. The Capital should not treat the courts with so much disrespect. It tends to breed anarchy. Still republican papers are silent respecting the arbitrary imprison- meat of American citizens without tricl by jury, and they dare not speak their sentiments upo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

1H35. AETFUL D0DGEH3. The dispatches from Cleveland, O., Jnne 22, contain the following sig nificant statement: It is well known thai telegrams were re ceived here yesterday and to-day from presidential aspirants and leading republi cans in all parts of the country suggesting that any aotion on silver would bs danger ous, and these advices no doubt did much toward having the hot poker dropped a la Patton's substitute. The dispatches farther say that "the free-silver men all expressed satisfaction and the anti-silver men, as a rule, would not express any opinion." The league did not dare to express an opinion upon the silver question one way or the other. The great effort of the anti-silver men all through the convention "was to switch discussion from financial questions to the tariff. The tariff question has been pounded so long from every side that it is not considered "dan gerous" to talk about it, while ques tions that the people themselves are studying and talking about it is ex...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

V V.tu W .- v JUNE 25 13 NO 0TKE3 la hor recent addrcca to the Brit- Li . Woman's !f exnporanca essoda ticn, Jlisi Willard very forcibly pre dated tha problem of tha displao izznX of labor by modern machinery. Commenting on tlis part of her Epsech, the Wichita Beacon says: TJnlscs tins ability to consume keeps pace ith labor saving machines, it ia inevitable that great suffering, instead of great blca fiir.33, will result. It cannot be hopad that the ability to consume will keep pace with l&bor jming machines. Every producer ia likewise a consumer, and when a ma china ia invented that enables one man to do the work that formerly re quired five men to perform, four of thc3e men' are added to the army of idlers, and thereafter, their earn ing:! being precarious, their ability to consume is reduced to the minimum. Ctea of the very first effacts of im proved machinery which adds to ex icting powers of production under our beautiful monopolistic system, ia to diminish in the same rat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

can. The rest of U3 need not tear our hair or weep any briny teara about their affairs. It ia not whether international bal ances of trade shall be paid in shin ing gold that worries the English or Continental banker. These balances are due from individual tradesmen to individaal tradesmen end they would have no difficulty in adapting their business strictly to an interchange of products if they had a fair chance and were not embarrassed by tariff laws. What concerns the English' and Continental banker is that his government, state, municipal and corporation bonds, and real estate se curities ia this country shall be paid in gold. Will the American people never "catch on" to the schemes of these foreign spoilers and their asso ciate robbers on this side of the water? WHEUX IS THE WISE MAN? Will the adrooates of f rea coinage of ail ?er give any aingle good reason why an other dollar of eiWer should ba coined? Will any one give a good reason why an other dollar of silver or gold shou...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

WIS ilCOOafcO. J UN 2 2S NOTES. .'.TtV Pcpalists of Woodson county rzsZa tAad a fall county ticket oa June 17. 'Araosg the great men at the Ottawa Chautauqua assembly last week were IlsIIbby, Df. Talmage and Colonel Kr;;tsi, the tin soldier c! tha state .Militia. T,7hn you B39 a new building aa you i 'iJ.a alc33g on the train, tha chances are ; 3 to cna it ia a grain elevator. Kanaaa i'y :ila will require a good deal of room If t&a Stata Temperance union wanta 2 ' C'0'1 attendance of atata officera at ft ?i-t Fourth of July conference, they vLoiiia give notice of a liberal aupply of chAxpsne and apple jaak. lotion would fetch 'em. That oom- 'Ifcxca Kansas delegates who went to ''fta Ksnublican league convention at C! cTcbn.l, expecting to gat a daclara a icr free coinage, came home with thzs isil feathers drooping, and some of V izza Era now willing to cay they never ;:r3fcr fiaa coinage. Iba enterprising citizan of Topeka Sxrpswi to colleot all the money that ia tsp jnt for Fou...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

1825. 9 NON-PARTISAN. Continued from pajt 1. 'together in accordance with their con victions before it was too latetoloccan the grip of the money power. Ha did not demand the breaking up of any party but hoped that there were free silver men in all parties to elect a pres ident and a majority in congress in 1896 After that, having settled what he ccn- . eidered the most important of all issue?, they might return to their respective parties and advocate other reforms. Mr. Sibley is a mild-mannered mas, and even when he spoke of John Sherman aa an arch-traitor who had betrayed his people, he did it in such an artistic man ner that it did not Beam to offend any of hiahearers. He was also very severe in hia denunciation Cleveland andlCarliale. Never waa the prejudice of a Topeka audience more 'thoroughly overcome by a political speech than it waa in thia case. Kansas Beform Press Association. In opening the BMsion of the Kansas Reform Press association, at 9 a. m., President B. E. Kies ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

ID A ft V W W JUNK 23 A Picture TFith Two Eidfg. - A few days ago Andrew Carnegla, voluntarily, as tha newspapers an nounced, advanced the wages of his em ployes 10 per cent., whereat all tha world, in view of his past selfish and avaricious record, exceedingly won dered, as well it might. The occur rence eeemed as incredible as it really was; for Andrew Carnegie, a3 a mat ter of equitable fact, did not raise tha wages of his employes one cent in stxd of this he lowered them. While oa the face of affairs, the wages In his mills went up, the real return to the laborer in his employ hereafter will be smaller than ever before; for, what baa not been given world-wide publl- to some other country. They aren't of very much importance to this coun try, anyhow. It really Isn't for their kind. In fact, if they are not careful, they will have to answer to an injunc tion for even thinking that they have any rights which millionaires or courts should in the name of human ity or justice respect....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

4Jt ijwaL' DIEECT03Y. President J.F. Willits, McLouta Vice President - Mrs. Emm Trondner, Carbondale Secretary J. B. French, Topeka Lecturer Hon. J. G. Otia, Topeka Assistant Lecturer C W. Ames. Osborne DEPAST3I2NT WOXX. BOABD. J. F. Maxey, Chairman ".Ottawa J. B. French, Secretary Topeka j. r. stepnens weiisvuis Mrs. mmt xrouaner uarDonaaie Mrs. L. E. Fnrbeck Topeka Mrs. E. M. Wardall Topeka . STATS MANAGIBS. Agriculture A. F. Allen, Vlnland Horticulture J. H. Darche, Garnett Floriculture W. H. Coultla.Tevia Bee-keeping. . .Mrs. Thoa. Strawbridge, Ottawr Domestic Economy Mrs. Lydia E. Fnrbeck, Topeka Dairying. . .' Mrs. Bina A. Otis, Topeka Entertainments and Exhibits Mrs. Emma Trondner, Carbondale improved Farm Machinery. J.F. Maxey, Ottawa Political Economr and Parliamentary Laws J. P. Stevens, WellaviUe Co-onerate Commerce and Finance Bobert Hanson, Concordia Fire Insurance IL Bauffhman, Burrton Life Insurance .S.D. Cooler, Topeka General culture... Mrs. js. m. waraau, xopeica T...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

JUN3 25 Social Contrasts. ::brro;j Advocati: Tha avsra;;a 'IrcTi ciilzaa doea not grudge to'efly , r . ) t'.st wbbh ia rightfully bii Bat ,Vj ii intdlfesnt enough to lsara tha ri j sitravsganca ol tha very rich Bad C.3 twf ol want of tha very poor, 83 wall :m ths privations of tha great masaof lira people. Against thesa wrongfully i!:.2d differences hia heart ravolta. TLcca who hava read "If Christ Cams It) Chicago,' or W. D. Howella' papera on t'lrrm rf Naw Yorkcitv. or similar Lri,.o!i3 on klnGraasuDjaciSjUeaa 10 turn f o tha cihsr aide to realiza the festering Jiiissscss of our civilization. A New Vic's ritar describes tha dresa of a me lrc5llUa owall who !a "possibly a law y : r, prhaps a broker J or a prosperous r:?.a. llort UMy his U a gentleman of Insure Rnd well connactad socially." That is, some leach drawing interest or r&t End living on tha toil or otnars. "Pansy him ordering a dezan Bilk Tlrm Ehirta at $21 lapiece, a rew aozaa 1 .... I t 1 Af7t Jl nr nil 3sf&W tk...

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