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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 14 September 1892

13302 AirVOOATSza 9 SUSPEND JUDGMENT. Since the publication of the record from proceedings of the Odd Fellows' grand lodge relative to Mr. Barton's expulsion from the order, we have been assured by Mr. Barton's friends that he is not the man to whom these proceedings relate. This possibly may be true, and we ask our readers to suspend judgment in this case until we investigate further. The Advocate was never known to inten tionally wrong any man, and it never will, nor will it deceive its readers. If Mr. Barton's friends are correct, he shall be set right in this matter. SUGAR'S DIVIDEND. At th meeting of tbe trustees of the American Sugar R-flnlDg company held yesterday a div idend of 2Kjwr cent, on the common stock was declared. The earrings of th company this year are expected to be about $17,000,000. Conservative sentiment In Boston Is said to be adverse to an Increase In the dividend on sugar common at the present time. No ooubt Is ex pressed as to 2'4 percent, being earned, bu...

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. — 14 September 1892

10 TX3322 imVXSOATZl i v . y " t. 1 . -w 4V - - - 1 ' " t KANSAS CITY EXPOSITION BUILDING. Lawful Strikers Against Lawbss Cor porations. New Nation. The more clearly the facta come out about the recent Buffalo railroad strike, the more Just and reasonable the cause of the beaten strikers appears. In the first place, the strike appears, from the evidence given before the New York state arbitrators, not to have been primarily a strike for more wages but against intolerably long hours of labor. The scale of wages asked for differed only very slightly from that paid before, and the men did not stickle for any change there. What they did demand was a ten-hour day, In doing which they only demanded the enforcement of an express statute which the New York leg islature had passed, but which the roada had refused to pay any attention to. The testimony taken before the arbitrators showed that It was the custom to make the switchmen work eleven and twelve hours, and that frequently when freigh...

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. — 14 September 1892

TTH3 A2DVCOA.TI& 11 Mrs. Dfcfifl in California. A California paper girea the following notice of one of Mra. Dlgga meetings In that state: At no time since President Harrison visited Ban Diego has so large an audience assembled onllorton Plaza as that which greeted Mra. Annie L. PlggMhe Populist orator, on Friday evening, rreparauona n&a Deen nuwoiuruw meeting by building a rostrum la front of tbe pa Tlllon, the entire structure decked with flowers, palm-leaves and the national colors. A good sized procession of torch-bearers, beaded by the City Guard band, made a parade of some of the principal streets, arriving at the plaia about 7:30. Melvln Stone, chairman of the meeting. Intro duced Mrs. Anna L. Digqs, the principal speaker of the evening. Mrs. tnggs,wno nas gaineui naMnnai ramitAMon as an advocate of the pita ciples of the People's party. Is a pleaslngand entertaining speaaer. iuouku rumor bhkuhu figure, her voice Is loud, clear and resonant, every word being distinctl...

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. — 14 September 1892

12 n OCTOBER 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, 1892. " .".'in' J. M R! 2 A t $40,000 IN PEEMIU1IS ! $1,000 HERD PREMIUMS FOR BEEF BREEDS ! NO ENTRANCE HONEY. NO DEDUCTIONS FOR ENTRANCE FEES. fiTJTTTf it A T A.TTXfc.A.OTXONQ : ThU being Presidential year, and a very Important election, the v Utlon has arranged to have some of our most prominent speakers tii Pair, nad lallow he peopl acUnce to see thVra and hear the political Issues discussed. TUESDAY. October 4, Is Republican day. The principal speaker will be the HON. WIL LI AM aTKINLfcY. of Ohio, THCB9DAY, October 6-AMance day-the HON. WILLIAM A. PEFFEB, ot Kansas, will enlighten the audience from his standpoint. FRIDAY, Oc tober 7. will be Democratic day. Among the prominent speakers will be the HON. A. P. GORMAN, of Maryland; the Senators and Representatives together with the several Governors-of the sarrouudlng 8tates have accep'ed the Invitation to be present. In fact, there will be more representative men in Kansas City during the...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 14 September 1892

18 AFPOIUTMEMSrOli SPEAKEB8. rum ADvooAm Are Ti li II? PROF. H. N. GAINES, candidal for state superintendent: Cottonwood Falls, September l. RaruvMetL Sftittambcr 15. September 16th to 3u;h Inclusive In Soventh district. CONGRESSMAN JOHN G. OTIS: Iota, September 19. Humboldt, September 20. Colony, September 21. Princeton, September 22. E lKercou, September 23. Eudora, September 24. HON. S. S. KING: Manhattan, September 16. Junction City, September 17. CUv Center, September 19. Waniiin, S ptember21. Mankato, September 22. Osage City, September 24. LeB, September 29. Strawn. September 30. SENATOR W. A. PEFFE& Ottawa, September 14. EiHrldae, September 15. Paola, September 18. Cnanur, September 17. Iola, Septeuber 19. Garnelt, September 20. Olatbe, SptMiDer2l. Lawreuce, Setember 22. Kansas City, September 23. Ft. Scott, September 24. HON. E.V. WHARTON: . Shawnee county, September 13 14-15-16-17. Woodson county, September 19 20 21-22 23-24. Coffey county, September 26 27-28-29-30. JU...

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. — 14 September 1892

THE OttAHA PLATFOIIM. AwemblAd open ths one hunfcd and six teenth anniTsrsary of the Declaration o lade lendence, the People's party of America, in its first national oonTention, LnToking; upon their action the blsssin of Almighty God, pats forth, in the name and on behalf of toe people of tJila country, the foUowindpreambleand declaration of principle: The conditions which surround usMstiostlfr oar oo-operation; we meet ; in the midst of a nation brought to the Term of moraL political and material ruin; corruption domi no tee the ballotrbox, legislatures, congress, and tonohea eren the ermine of the bench, ine reople are demoralized; nioet of the etatee have been compelled to isolate voters at polling places to preyent uniTersal intimidation or bribery. Newspapers are largely subsidized or muzzled; public opinion silenced; busine Jiroitrated; our homes oovered with mortis fes; abor impoverished and the land concentrating in the hands of the capitalists. Urban workmen are denied the...

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. — 14 September 1892

J H. TAYLOR, Pearl, Dickinson Co., Kt., ffiiort , horns, Poland-China Hogs, Broaze Turkeys. 4 I'-:' EYTI3RRE3EEIS fia .A AND FOREST TREES. Tor wind-breaks. Ornament, etc. L Hardiest Varieties, Nurserj frown " bcotcn Pine. I to 3 feet, 10 pel f 100. Scotch and Austrian Pine seed fa ttaga, 11 to U Inches. $10 per 100a OUtet tUes nod varieties In pre. 11 U an'fd by U. 8. Hay Press Supply Co., Kansas City, Bo. flood local Asmrrs Wuma. D. HILL, KrtrgrMi 8 socialist, Dasdse, IUIaoli. I ; ',' wi in spHii 0 ws 'i,'iif 11 tssjii m. mr, $Pfvmm, m v,mvfiimmpmm ' " 1 V ' ' ' v j'r..lh.iiliV"ViiiiiMi;i ' i' "'-i.l.iln.it imr'i'-iilim- ihi'i.i 'ii i 'n'l'"'"' BLOOMIWTON 600 ACRES 13 CREENHOUSES. jbees si mm we offer a Urge and fine stock of wtwtt dosoitpOoa f f ttlllT and ORNAMENTA I, TKLE8, fehrafce. Rff Vine FRUITS, IltwJsw P1V, PHOENIX rJURSERYCOMPAMY smiihwi u swan Tint co, BLOoauaio, u ALLIANCE HEADQUARTERS WICHITA, KANSAS, Is Alliance and People's party headquarters. Gome and see us when yo...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 14 September 1892

TOE ADVOOATQ 10 INDEX TO TEE EEPEESEHTATIVE AND BEST BUSINESS FIBH3 OF THE CAPITAL CITY OF KANSAS. THE ADVOCATE endorses the following buriuees frma as worthy of the patronage of parties fisitinj the city or wishing to transact business by mail. There is an inclina tion tmongnmttotitwritrom a fear of "supporting" or "aiding" our cause and papers. Patronize these below and let them know your reason. J. H. CANNON, M. D., TOPEKA, KAN8AS. Office 625 Kansas 'Phone 433. Office hours 10 to 12, 2 to 6. Residence 1401 West 6th it J. C.McCUHTOCK, A.&1.,M.D., 330 Kanaaa Avenue, Topeka, Kanaaa. Office hours, 3 to 4 p. m. THE LION SHOE STORE are the lea1r In low prtos for first-class footwear. WOON BOCKE r RUBBER BOOTS retail 82 50. Low prices will be quoted In larger lots on application. No. 106 Eist SIXTH ST., TOPEKA. KAS. M. B. WARD, A. M., M. D. Practise limited to Diseaaea of Women. Office, 509 east 8evmth 8t Private Hospital, 311 west Seventh St HENRY W. KODY, M. D., Conxulting and Ope...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 21 September 1892

VOI IV. NO. 5. ) $1.00 A YEAH, f STAND UP TOE EUBOPEAIT WD HOLDEBS. Such is the Meaning of the Kansas Bepubll can Motto, as Interpreted by Harry L. Pes . tana, Republican Candidate for Congress, at Beloit, September 1, 1892. To the Editor of Thjbadvocatk. After weary weeks of waiting and ex tensive advertising the "grand republican rally" at Beloit for the Sixth congres sional district was ushered In by the appearance of Hon. E. N. Morrill, Hon. E. W. Hoch, It, F. Moore, candidate for lieutenant governor, and Hon. H. L. Pas tana, candidate for congress in this dis trict Vainly the leaders looked for the com ing of the class; they came not; and after waiting until 2 o'clock p. m., the 200 re publicans who had assembled from various portions of the Sixth district gathered with doleful faces at the opera house to listen fto the exposition of re publican doctrine from their law-givers. Manifold's military band (which by the way, is the finest in the state) discoursed the most entrancing...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 21 September 1892

T1 LETTE2 SO. 2. w6 ueerttaryfif the Treasury of the United ' " State, Washington, D. C. Sis: I have before me a "latter" from you, dated "Washington, D.G, August 20, 1892," la reply to questions asked you by Hon. John B. Allen, United Statea senate, and Hon. W. H. Crain, respect lag my discussions of your official report of 2891, la myjformer open letter to you. In your report for 1891, page 28, you aay: -The stringency of the money market during the summer and autumn of 1890 was refined by the prompt and eSectlye measures of my preda cessw.and happily dlsappea ed without pro ducing the grave consequences which were feared by the public; but Its existence and the wMeTpr&d apprehension which It caused to daced aTevlval of the erroneous Idea that the volame of money In circulation was not only in adequate to the needs of the country, but was very much less per capita than during the so called flush times which followed the civil war. Further down on the same page you call attenti...

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. — 21 September 1892

p. Your causa needs him and he will swear to anything! In passing, Mr. Secretary, I desire to ask : If there has been no contraction of the currency since 1865, why did General Logan make his able and earnest speeches of January and March, 18747 Why have so many able and earnest men of both political patties, In both houses of congress, and In the treasury depart ment, declared or admitted the fact? Are you not now, Mr. Secretary, testing the intelligence of the American people too severely, when you ask them to accept your official statements In opposition to the testimony of so many statesmen and financiers who have taught or admitted the opposite? In short, Mr. Secretary, how do you account for the general fall of prices of labor and Ita products since 1865, If there has been no decrease of money as compared with population and business? In 1888, Senator Plumb, discussing this currency question, said: But this contraction of the currency, by means oi tne retirement or national na...

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. — 21 September 1892

TJbOJ .AD VOOATffi nJkccdU- AND TOPEKA TRIBUNE. OmoiAL Papib or th Pkofu's Pabtt OT HANSAfl. R. P. A. Published every Wednesday by THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. Rooms 43 and 45 Knox Building, TOPEKA, - KANSAS. $1.00 PEK YEAR. ADVERTISING RATES. Display matter, 20 cents per line, agate meas urement, (14 lines to the Inch.) Reading notices, 40 cents per line. Address all communications to . THE ADVOCATE PU3LISHIXQ CO., Toptks, Kansas. Entered at the post office at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 18S2. FEOFLE'S PARTY NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES B. WEAVER, OF IOWA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, I G: FIELD, OF VIRGINIA. PEOPLE'S PARTY STATE TICKET. For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, STEPHEN II. ALLEN. Pleasanton, Linn county. For Governor, L. D. LEWELLINO, Wichita, Sedgwick county. For Lieutenant Governor, PERCY DANIELS, Glrard, Crawford county. For Secretary of State, R. 8. OSBORNE, Stockton, Rooks county. For Auditor, VAN B. PRATIIER, Columbus, C...

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. — 21 September 1892

TH223v iU3 VOOilTia 5 A KANSAS "OUTBAGE" (?) A great deal of slash has appeared in republican papers from time to time concerning what they have been pleased to term "southern outrages." Some brutal negro makes an assault upon a defenseless woman in Texas or some other state south of Mason and Dixon's line and the people get together and hang the brute as he deserves, aud northern republican papers herald the transaction as an evidence of the uncivilized character of the southern people, and an out growth of the race prejudice which they say prevails in the southern states. Rut now comes an account of a like occurrence at Lamed, Kansas, and the Topeka Capital has a report of it without any of the "outrage" attachments. The headlines under which it appears are as follows: AWFUL PUNISHMENT. NEGKO FIEND HANGED GRAPH POLE TO A TELE A TERRIBLE LESSON. it appears tbat human nature is similarly constituted the world over, and when a two-legged brute (with apologies to the brute creation) c...

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. — 21 September 1892

6 THE jDVOOiTia PEEIINS VEE8US PEiiKINS. In his speech at the republican rally at Emporia on September 1, Senator Perkins undertook the discussion of the question of free coinage of silver, and here is what he says: I want to Bhow you,' as I believe I can, what the differences are in this country to day, and why a free ooinage bill would not be an advantage to a single man here. I want to suggest that in my judgment the last congress has a better bill than a free ooinage bill would be, as conditions are. Let me disouss that for a moment or two, although I can soaroely do it in that length of time. How muoh silver is produced in the United States? Last year the product was 58,300,000 ounces. Under the law of the last republican congress the secretary of the treasury was ordered to buy eaoh month as .offered, 4,500,000 ounces of pure silver, and Is authorized to pay for that silver in legal tender notes, god everywhere, and more desirable for busineab md oocumeroial pur poses than the...

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. — 21 September 1892

1HE2 AIDVOOJVTSa 7 MOJJETAEY O0MMISSIU2T. Report of the United State Monetary Commission, Appointed by Act of Con gress August 15, 1876. NO. XIV. Steadiness in the volume of money essen tial to prosperity. . It is In a volume of money keeping even pace with advancing population and commerce, and In the resulting steadiness of prices that the wholesome nutriment of a healthy vitality I? to be found. The highest moral. Intellectual and material development of nations is promoted by the use of money unchanging In Its value. That kind of money, Instead of being the oppressor, Is one of the great instrumentalities of commerce and in dustry. It is as profitless aa idle ma chinery when It is Idle; differing from all other useful agencies, It cannot benefit Its owner except when he parts with It. It Is only under steady prices that the production of wealth can reach its per manent maximum, and that Its equitable distribution is possible. Steadiness In prices insures labar to all, and exacts...

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. — 21 September 1892

8 TX223 ilZDVOOJVTUX STAND UP FOB EUEOPEAU BOND HOLDERS. (Continued from page J.) view of republican documents that some thing need a correction; and aa good republican authority, I wish to cite Mr. James S. Clarkson In an Interview after his election as president of the national republican league. The Interview was published In the Boston Herald under date of April 23, 1891. Mr. Clarkson said: "The labor question will figure In the next campaign, and it ought to. Wealth should be more evenly distributed. Some thing is ready for correction when one man can pile up his millions In a few years, while another has a hard time, to make a living. The farmers are going to assert themselves in public affairs, and for the good of the race." Mr. Clarkson proved himself a good prophet, and Mr. Pestana and his friends can take courage, for the farmers are "asserting themselves In public affairs for the good of the race." But as further evidence as to the effect of the present railroad system, I...

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. — 21 September 1892

9 the east could hare taken thla Increase for ten years and come out west and bought up and paid cash for every foot of land, every head of stock, every dol lar's worth of personal property In these eight western states, and turned the in habitants out, and converted this mag nificent empire Into a game preserve for the eastern plutocrats, and then had 131,859,424 left It other words, the gain of the eight manufacturing states of the east for ten years was $31,859,424 greater than the entire gain of the elg'ht agri cultural states of the west, since Colum bus discovered America. Mr. Hoch, during his oratorical effort, grew facetious, and made fun of the calamity howlers for calling the money power an "octopus." Hoch pronounoedit oc-fo-pus. I agree with him that com mon ordinary hayseeds should not at tempt to struggle with the pronunciation of such a word as oc-fo-pus, or oc-to-pus, or octopus, but in describing this monster should confine themselyes to the more melllfuous titles us...

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. — 21 September 1892

10 Joint Discussion at Adell. To tbe Editor of Thk advocate. Oq the 10uh inst an audience of about 2,000 people aaoembled at Adell, Sheridan county, to hear a joint discussion ol tne ubiecta of "The Currency, Transporta tion, and The Relations of Capital and Labor," by Hon. Cyrus Corning on behalf of the People's party, and lion. P. B. Dawes In support of the republic party. Mr. Dawes pleaded that he bad not been Informed as to the subjects of de bate (although it had b sen specifically stated in the invitation to his committee). Mr. Corning very generously consented to accommodate Mr. Dawes, and change the subject, and include all the issues of the campaign, much to the advantage of Mr. Dawes, who was prepared with all hia documents, while Mr. Corning had only brought such as had reference to currency, transportation, and capital and labor. Mr. Corning opened with a speech of one hour and a half, in which here viewed the financial legislation from 1861 to the present time. Ills mas...

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. — 21 September 1892

TEim -ftJD VOOiLTIS. 11 A Medicated Stump Speech. T. M. Leake, chairman of the Stafford county committee, sends a few pointers about local political affairs, and vouches for the correctness of the following ac count from the People' Paper of M. H. Simpson's meeting In Stafford. This Is one of the meetings that have been re ferred to so often by the other aide as "a grand success." But It required the assistance of a street doctor and his band to get a crowd. "As the curtains of evening dropped Monday night, the usual crowd assembled around the stand of the medicine man, to listen to the songs and hear the fun. The last shout of the agent, 'Gentleman here takes a box,' had not died away when the doctor announced that Mr. M. H. Simpson, of McPherson, would use the platform and deliver a lecture on the po litical Issues of the day, after which the troupe would play the afterpiece. The band then came in and played a couple of selections, after which Mr. Simpson was Introduced by Dr. Ake...

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. — 21 September 1892

Vgwa Kil BUM 4 "3S OCTOBER 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, 1892. P-fv n carrza roca rrr J3 sscraa rv $40,000 IN PREMIUMS attendtlie PairTand allow the people a chance to PPlUOIAXi ATTRAOTIOWa: LIAM M'KIMIJEY, 01 UNO. THURSDAY, 0r 6 -Best Day ALLIANCE DAY, HON, WM. A. PEFFEB, of Kansas, will enlif Men tie audience from Us stanijoM. GENERAL WEAVER las Isea WM ail is eucctsJ. FRIDAY. October 7, will be Democratic day. Among the prominent speakers will be the HON. A. P. G OHM AN, of Maryland ; the Senators and Representatives together with the sev eral Governors -of the surrounding States have accepted the Invitation to be present. In fact, there will be more representative men in Kansas City during the Fair than were ever here before. On WJEDNK8D AT. the 5th. occurs the parade of the PKIK8TS OF PALLAS. This parade Is a fixture of Kansas City, and has a world-wide reputation. It has been repeatedly represented as the best parade of the kind ever given In any land. Slgnor A. Llberatl, with...

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