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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

a v n .0: A ' ' 4 ' ... .y ; h't. .; " - " .. VOL. VII., NO. 38. ATOPEKA, KANSAS, AUGUST 14, 1895. 81.00 A YEAR. THEY COOLDH USE HIM. PEOF. BEMIS BEQUESTED TO QUIT THE CHICAGO UMVEBSITY, Because Ha Taught Progressive Political Ideas Laughlin, the Gold-Bag Professor. Remains, Chicago, August 10. Edward W. Be mis, professor of political economy in the Chicago university, severs hla rela tions with that institution this week. Professor Bemis has "resigned" because his resignation was desired. His scalp (Tangles at the belt of monopoly. Be cause he opposed the greed of corpora tions and argued gainst the lawlessness of trusts, his chair will be filled by another. The issue raised by the case of Pro fessor Bamis ia already a fruitful topio in all the seats of learning. There ia a crisis at hand among educators. It is the old story of capital againBt labor, only now it has invaded the universi ties. The ess 3 of Professor Ely of the University of Wisconsin is an illustra tion. He was char...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

(THE ADVOCATE. AUG. 14 iij fceaa ifl No. 15. Subscribers caa get baok numbers. Sydney Stone, Anti-Federal. CbpyrtiM 19q5, By G. C. CLEHEHS, (Author of "The Dead Line.") BOOK V. CHAPTER I. WAS IT SHE? For lovers' eyes more sharply sighted be Than other wen's. Spknskr. Love was to his Impassioned soul Not, as with others, a mere part Of its existence, but the whole The very life breath of his heart. Moore. The last day but one of April, 1789, Job Cottle ar rived at New York to enjoy a holiday. It was a in oat extraordinary indulgence, for rarely had he ventured even so far from home as Boston, but it was the only opportunity that would ever occur to witness the inauguration of the first President of the United States, and, besides, Job yearned for a chance to visit Sydney and the Hermit, who had been living in New York since the previous Sep tember. New York was altogether new to the Worcester cabinet maker, but he had Sydney's ad dress, and, by making many inquiries, arrived at last ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE, boobies congregated to look at some wonderful folly and I could not budge. When I finally made my way through the packed mass of fools, she was nowhere to be seen, and I have been walking the streets ever since hoping to catch a glimpse of her again. I must find her! We must seek her. She is in awful poverty. Her very face showed its traces. What can we do? Advertise?" "Now, Syd, there you go again 1 Do you s'pose Miss Stilwell would notice your advertisement? Not if she's poor she wouldn't. You're no akin to her, and she'd hesitate, like, to be answerin' even if she saw the paper. If Miss Stilwell's in New York and I'm afraid you've only been imaginin' you've seen her you'll have to find her some ways else. Wait till to-morrow, an' she may be where the crowd is an' may be, if its her, you'll catch sight of her again. Then we'll alii be together, and she can't getaway from three pairs of eyes, especially of two pairs of old ones that won't play tricks on 'em so easy as...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. AUG. 14 JJJD TOPEKA TKIBUIJE. II. Tl. P. A.. PCBLISBXD EVKBY WlDNXSDAT BT iHE MOCATE PDBLISHfflG CO.. Rooms 13 and 45 Columbian B'ldg, TOPEKA, KANSAS. $1.00 PEK YEAK, ADVERTISING BATES. Slsria Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents er agate line. (11 lines to Inch). Reading notices, 80 centg per line, (count lines). Copy or electro should reach this office Mon key id&rnlng to Insure insertion in following Llaotroa must have metal base, 13-em columns (Valnohes). Entered at the postofilce at Topeka, Kansas, aa second class matter. 7k demand the frie and unlimited coinage of silver and gold at the I'SESaNT LEGAL RATIO OP 16 TO 1. OiiAHA Populist Platform. Tna series of articles written by 0. P.-JJcMains, now running in the Ad VCCAT3. show the kind of material ll.o republicans woik into United Silica senators. fashion T Why not tackle the bar bers in the latest style of government art by conrt injunction? That plan nee&3 neither law or constitution. All that is necess...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

1895. THE ADVOCATE. nected with this sad story, which is Egypt depended on foreign capital to carry on her governmennt and her public enterprises. English capitalists were always on hand ready and willing to advance gold and take bonds bearing high in terest. The Egyptian statesmen were either too ignorant or too dishonest to issue their own money before it was too late. They were sound money statesmen. Now their people are re duced to such a state of degradation that the fiat of their government would be of little value. The Egyp tians are slaves. The United States should take warning. After. $18 55 02 58 50 77 51 J6 43 70 70 25 HERE IS AN OBJECT LESSON. In Frank Parsons' article, "The People's Lamps," in the August Arena he presents the following re markable table: Coat per lamp per year before and after publio ownership, the "after" Berrioe be ing the same as, or better, than the service it replaced. lieore. Bangor, Me .$150 LewTston.Me 183 Teabody, Mass 185 Bay City, Mich 110 Hu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. AUG. 11 IhVm KILLED AT THE TOPXKA ASYLUM. 7e have not said anything up to tlu3 time concerning the killing ?f Gen Maner at the Topeka aaylum, profaning to await the development cf all the facta. It turns out that the first rumors that this man's neck was broken were correct, yet notwith standing this fact Dr. Eastman cer tified to his friends that he died of cpoplexy. The friends, receiving in formation from other sources of the true cause of death, demanded an investigation, and the redeemer board of charities has just completed that caremony. At this writing the report of the board has not been made pub lic, but republican papers say that it exonerates all parties from blame. Republican papers ought to know, and if they do not, they must not blame ua for giving currency to their reports. We can very well understand that the superintendent of a public insti tution cannot be everywhere present, and may be entirely blameless of ac cidents that ocsur, provided reasona bl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

1835. 7 THE ADVOCATE. JUSTICE BREWER, He Is the First' and Last Federal Judge to Hava a Say in the Maxwell Grant Oase. The Settlers Object to the Unlawful Part of Judge Brewer's Two Decisions in the Said Oase. NO. VIII. FIRST DECISION. A suit was commenced in August, 1882, by the United States, in the United States circuit court for the district of Colorado,to vacate thte Max well grant patent (quit-claim) on the ground of fraud in the survey of said alleged grant. On the point that the alleged patent (quit-claim) was void for all above 1)6,000 acres of the 1,800,- 000 acres claimed therein, under Mexi can law, Judge.Brewer, ignoring what Mexico had done, laid all stress upon what had been done by congress in its so-called confirmation in the alleged Maxwell grant. On this point Judge Brewer concluded thus: "1; hold, therefore, that the act of congress op erates as a grant de no do for all the land within the boundaries as given in the report of the surveyor general." But in confirm...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. AUG. 14 N0T23. In Dickinson and Bourbon counties the republicans have nominated womea lot register of deeds. A People's party club waa organized kst week at Scrantoa with ex-Representative Cbappell aa president. Clarence Thompson ia the new editor and proprietor of the Hoxia Palladium. The paper bears an improved appear- E.ZC3. The Topeka Daily Tcma haa bean sold by J. B. Chapman to Itobt. Ruggles, Charles Blakealy and Fred Badger, who intand to run it aa an independent eheet. The gratuitous offer of hand-me-down gold-bng supplements and plates ia not masting with favorable responses on the part of the exchanges reaching this office. Secretary Coburn'a letter calling at tention to the Russian thistle law passed by the last legislature is a timely one. Any infected locality should do every thing pocaible to etamp out this pest. The Kansas Real Eitate association proposes to load a Santa Fe train with Kansas products and take it east for ad yjrtialng purposes. They rcigh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

I THE ADVOCATE, im. the aoyliim cemetery would tend to con firm the latter opinion. The board of charities exonerated Dr. Eastman and the asylum officials. Of course that wai to be expected. It audi conditions had eiiatad under the previ ous administration the officers would have been sent to the penitentiary. Of course if everything in connection with this matter was straight there would have been no excuse for Dr. Eastman lying to Mrs. Mauer in an effort to get her consent to the burial of hia body in the asylum cemetery. He knew of course that it was absolutely untrue when he said that it would cost more money to hip hia body now than in cold weather. He knew that Mrs. Mauer had a right to know the truth in regard to her hus band's death, and the truth should have been told to her in the first place. It would seem to be other than efficient management for a patient in an asylum during seven short weeks stay to have received two black eyes, a broken nose, and the life crushed out ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. AUG It HARVEY AND IIORR. nanin day of the great de bate ON HOUET. Tu 3 PurohaaiEg Power of the Products of Labor Water Power as an Illustration. (Copyrighted 1895 by Azei F. Hatch.) Chicago, July 27. The Horr-Harvey debate was continued to-day before the usual demonstrative audience. The most essential points under discussion are covered by the following steno graphic report: Good Times After '73. Mr. Horr Now, what occurred after the passage of the law of 1873? Those occurrences have a direct bearing on the question we are discussing. We re sumed epecle payments in 1879, and, as Mr. Harvey himself stated, you cannot get at the real changes occasioned by the law until after we resumed specie payment. By that time the high prices had fallen off that Is, the nominal prices because the measure In which they had been valued had been advanc ing all the while, not on account of any change In the value of gold, but on ac count of the paper money which we were using as the mea...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

I, izn THE ADVOCATE, 11 Make Wage Earners nappy. Our national policy should cultivate the dignity of the country home. Pros perity and love of home among the producers of the soil build up individual and national character. This policy will draw away from the ranks of the wage earners, give them happy homes, and leave the supply of wage-earners Ies3 than the demand. And this will raise the price of wage-earners' wages. The man who now has work or a situation and selfishly reasons that he benefits himself by maintaining a dear dollar is neither broad nor humane. He is as sisting in wrecking his country, and it may be too late to remedy the error when he, too, is without employment. Mr. Horr I have already called the attention of the country to the fact that the little boy Coin is absolutely without knowledge of mathematics or correct information concerning wealth, proper ty or money. In his book the boy says and Mr. Harvey in his debate repeats the assertion, that foreigners own real...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

1 A v. . THE ADVOCATE, AUG. 14 EIEECT03Y. resident J. P. Willita, McLouta Vice President Mrs. Emma Troudner. Carbondale g scretary J. B. French, Topeka Lecturer Hon. J. G. Otia, Topeka AaaiaUnt Lecturer. C. W. Amea. Osborne DEPAETMENT WOBK. BOARD. J. F.Maxay, Chairman Ottawa J. B. French, Secretary Topeka J. P. Stephens Wellaville Mrs. Emma Troudner Carbondale Mrs. L. E. Furbeck Topeka Mrs.E.M.Wardall Topeka 8TATS MANAGERS. A CTioulture A. F. Allen, Vlnland Kortloulture J. H. Darche, Garnett floriculture W. H. Coultls.Tevls Boe-keeplng. . .Mrs. Thos. Strawbrldge, Ottawf romoatio Economy Mrs. Lydia E. Furbeck, Topeka Dairying. . Mrs. Blna A. Otis, Topeka Entertainments and Exhibits Mrs. Emma Troudner, Carbondale Improved Farm Machinery J. F. Maxey, Ottawa Political Economy and Parliamentary Laws J. P. Stevens, Wellaville Co-operate Commerce and Finance Kobert Hanson, Concordia 1'lre Insurance 1L Baughman, Burrton Life Insurance S. D. Cooley, Topeka ticmeral Culture... Mrs. E. M. Ward...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 1293 low as a trator to hia flag and had him put in Fort Lafayette." This observation was a stroke of genius. It ia a flash and eearoh light in the glare of which the fraudulent flag devotion and patriotism of tha evil-doer, the capitalist in short, and hia whole heeler and bruiser olass, of which the LindsborgNewa ia a member, has ever since stood exposed, and will continue to stand exposed so lorg aa a robber class rules tha nations of the world. Artemus anticipated the Lindabars News well and drew its profile to per faction. Touch but a capitalist's pocket, where his ill-gotten gains are hoarded nay, merely suggest that they may endanger the continuance of the flow of stolen property into his clutches and theory of "patriotism" is set up by the Judas class, the flag ia forthwith waved, as in mediaeval legends the devil would at times brandish tha crosa The People, New York. - Shawnee County Convention. A delegate convention of Shawnee county is hereby called to meet...

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

THE ADVOCATE. ICO. 14 HARVEY AND HOUR. (Continued from Page 1L) : ifuenid Mr. Ilorr with a 1799 Dollar Since Mr. Ilorr came to Chicago, in rawspaper lntertlews and la wordj iced in this debate, he has alluded to r;e In very uncomplimentary language, and to my manuscript, to my manner and method of presenting these great truths to you. I am going to answer lr. Ilorr, and, Mr. Horr, my answer la this: That I regarded this debate as a Kreat question, involving the interests cf the American people. My further an swer is this: It concerns you. You are a man of vast experience. You are of all the public orators and debaters the foremost in America. You are the financial writer of the New York Trib uneare the best posted man in the United States upon the gold standard side of this question. You were selected by the committee of , bankers of this city for the reason that you are the ablest nan in America to present it on their :si 2e. If there has been any weakness ii your argument it has n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 1895. Starving and Stole Bread. Policeman Fink of the Morrisania station saw two young men steal two loaves of bread that had just been left in a porch at Hunt's Point road and Southern boulevard yesterday morn ing. Clutching the bread under their arms the men ran until they saw the officer. They stopped when ha threat ened to shoot them, and said: "We'll go with you, but for God's sake don't take the bread away- We haven't eaten anything in nearly three days." They said they were Frank Clifford, a mason, and William Reilly, painter. Clifford said he had a home in Albany. Reilly said he had no home. They said they were out of work and half starved. Their clothing was wet with rain, and they said they had been tramping through the country in search of work. The officer was obliged to take the bread from them, but he bought them some sandwiches which they ate rav enously on the way to the police sta tion. Magistrate Cornell expressed his sympathy for the prisoners, but s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 August 1895

10 THE ADVOCATE. CLAIRETTE SOAP. Ladies, M Overlook This! latest and Best Cook Book Published. ft.Tr -A-- TUB .STANDARD... : 0 1 ii 1 j mm mm 1 11 Comes soon to all who employ the helpful services of Ml ?' ( Docs the work quicker, does it better, hats longer. Bcgia its xns at j r I once. Sold everywhere. Madaonlvbv U The N. K. Fairbank Company, - St. Louis. f When writing advertisers mention Advocate 1 vl r t7 m. m n I Fifty cents or One Dollar per week? This would carry 1 or 2 shares in The Topeka Co-operativs Building and Loan Association, And pay you at least SO per cent, per annum. Fay in $243 in monthly installments and receive in return therefor $500. YOU DO BETTER? JOHN GUTHltIK, Expire Third Judicial District, 1'. ii, Mm., Prescient First National Dank, JL. T. 101T,. President TreaNnrer Secretary write for particulars to L. T. YOUNT, 60if Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kansas. mm oyfiMliiliL aMiBtlL " ' r i A book that is more in demand than anything on that subject since the time whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

VOL. VII., NO. 34. UTOPEKA, KANSAS, AUGUST 21,1895. $1.00 A YEAR. AN OLD SOLDIER WRITES ABOUT EEPUBLIOANS AND THE SILVEB QUESTION, He Thinks Those Whom We Have Trusted are in League With the Powers of Darkness. A few weeks ago the silver republi cans met in Topeka and issued an ad dress favoring free coinage. It sounded so much like a Populist document that the republican press did cot say much about it. But it hes not gone unnoticed. A. S. Johnson, of Girard, whom Morrill appointed judge of the appellate court for the erstera divieion of. the ecuthera department, has written a letter on the subject, in which he takes occasion to skin Congressman Blue, sseuiingly with out making any allowance for Bine's dense ignorance. The letter is as fol lows: "Capt. W, II. Ilornaday, To)eka, Kan: "Sir I write to thank jou personally for the very able address issued by your committee to the republican voters of the state. But I regret exceedingly that it has thus far received no wider circu latio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

spaa- ADVOCATE1 AU3. 21 ill !v3 tiotj htzzn in Wo. 15. Subscribers can gel back cumbers. Sydney Stone, Aoti-fedefal, Cbpynaht JS5. By G. C. CLEHEIJS, (lathor of "The Dead Line.") BOOK V. CHAPTER III. A TATIENT. Void is ambition, cold la vanity. And wealth an empty glitter, without love. Li N DON. But 0, what crowds In every land Are wretched and forlorn I Burns. This world to me in like a lasting storm, Whirring me from my friends. -SHAKISPIARI, "I've been thinkin' about something, real hard," said Job to the Doctor that morning, when they chanced to be alone. "What has engaged your thoughts, Mr. Cottle?" "Well, you, may be, don't recall it, but that night at the Hermitage when Syd was waitin' to run off from the law, like, you told us about a way you had found out from some folks in India, of goin' to sleep and sendin' your inside body a-trayellin' round over the world a-visitin' folks.Now, maybe, I hadn't ought to say it, but it seems to me you ought to be able to find ought about...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

TS3:23 ADtTOOATEl, I", is y 0 Her Oh, she has called you oh, so piteously! to come back to her." "Let us go at once," exclaimed the Doctor, whose eyes looked suspiciously humid. "But, first tell me something I do not understand. IIow came you on the street so often when your mother was ill? i esterday morning I met you, or nearly met you, and you vanished before I got to you. Then, later, Sydney came in and in great excitement" "Sydney t Is he here?" "He is a lawyer. His oflice is next to mine." "Oh, let me see it, please." "I cannot now. He and Mr. Cottle are in there." "Mr. Cottle? Dear old Mr. Cottle!" "Yes, he came to attend the inauguration. shall detain him in the city till you shall have seen him." "And Sydney is here! You say he saw me?" "Twice. The second time was this morning when he and Mrs. Breadmongster " "Mrs. Breadmongster! Is he married ?" "Just recently." "Who is his wife? Do I know her?" "I think you possibly may have met her. maiden name wa3 Loretta Lilburne." "Lo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

THE! ADVOCATE. AUG. 21 ' J n mill wiiiiiihi "'I'r VD TOPEKA TBIBUHE. 2T. r. A.. the first act after being installed as president of the senate, making a dive for the voucher blanks to pay his stenographers and Hankies for campaign work. Not that ha would steal more than other vice presidents, bat that he is such a bungler! PUBilflHliD EVIBT WIDNMDAT BT iJE AB70CATE PDBLMfflG CO.. Eooms 43 and 45 Colombian Bldg, TOl'JCXA, - - KANSAS. $1.00 PEIt YEAK, ADVERTISING KATE3. t....Ia niiivliw miitjir 1R rants er ngftte Une, (14 lines to inch). Heading notices, 80 cent per line, (conn lines. Copy or electro should reach thli office Mon Ctj morning to Insure Insertion la following C, xitros must have metal base, 13-em columns lucias). Watered at thepostofflce at Topeia, Kansas, as second class matter. "Yfac DEMAND THE FREE AND UNLIMITED 00ihagk of silver and gold at the present lkgal ratio op 16 to 1. Omaha Populist Platform. "Tnit Silver Craze Is Dying Oat." A now song sridchorns; words by J...

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