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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

THE ADVOOATS3. ir.35. A PLAIN ILLUSTRATION. A dishonest loan agent, represent ing a dishonest loan company, could go into almost any neighborhood ia the state, and find one or more men who were reckless enough to accept all the money they could borrow on their property, knowing that the property was not worth it. Suppose that each township in the state had famished one case in which a local loan agent and a prop erty owner had stood together to effect such a transaction; and sap pose the agent should take all these mortages east and sell them to one firm of mortgage brokers. The in terest would fall due and would not be paid. The mortages would fall due with the same result. The hold era of the mortgages would coma back on the local agents who had guarranteed payment and find them "busted." A general howl would go up that the Kansas people were a dis honest set of repudiators, while aa a fact ninetenths of them are plod ding along trying to pay their hon est debts. This is not all t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

TS-IEJ ADVOCATE. ACG. 21 WHO KNOWS INGAL1A Vfcat & picturesquely novel spec ? J!a Ex-Sanator Inij&lls has made of 1 "inelf during the last year or two jf b k?p8 up his gj rations he will .' . -to to be recorded a) a pi de scicle .-. i :cimen of a kings jester, but at resent he is a most striking ex r;;.pl of a petered out statesman. XL's career since he was snrnuiarily I necked off the senatorial Christmas iiw is interesting to the student of cf hmnau natura He started out niih the admission that the disjointed condition of the times had justified ja:,t such nu uprising as that which had retired him to " the walka cf private life, and was even inclined to lay a part of the blame on his own party. When he t?gan to recover from the shock he fcfgan criticising the methods of the Alliance and Peoples party, and com pared them to the Jacobins of Franco and the Jack Cades of Eng land Soon it dawned upon him that there was danger of the uprising be coming a permanent thing, and tha...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. allowing him two titles, one from Mex ico and one from the United States, would never have occurred to me. It is deep. Only a supreme court justice could have thought that out. But, as you see, 1 have made a good use of it in my decision. When, therefore, the inevitable arrives, and you are com pelled to renounce all title from Mex ico, remember what I have advised, and boldly claim, in the name of 'a grant de noco title from the United States." I think, however, that Secretary Noble was a little too 'previous with his decision in the Sangre de Cristo grant case. Forewarned is forearmed. 0. r. McMains. Will We learn From History 7 Editor Advocate: An irrepressi ble conflict is impending. All over the world, and especially in our own United States, the signs of the times point toward revolution. Everywhere the men and women who work with brawn or brain for daily bread find the strug gle for existence growing each day more and more unequal, and each day as they look into...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

WIZIZ ADVOCATIi; AUG. 21 3GERMIMG Merrill h:j bssn outdone. A man has t2a ducovsred in the postoffice depart-Kont-who haa hsld offica sixty-four Tha adminiatratlbn's enthusiastic da- c iomatobaatalow ebb. Labor Cora mbaioner Bird ia still in office. Emporia Republican: Dick Blue must hava mistaken tba Parsons tiddlers' reunion for a conference cJ tha Rothschild-Morgan bond syndi- 'Catd It is pretty hard to understand why tha Atchison and Leavenworth saloons continue to advertise in the "newspapers if tha prohibitory . law ia strictly en forced. Tha Pratt county republicans named a ticket composed entirely of residents cf tha city of Pratt. Farmers have littla business in politics anyway, from their standpoint. Tha Medicine Lodge Index eaya that Jctkcs Jobes was in that town several abya hat weak trying to solve tha per pbxlajf problem of how to rainfliot him t:!f on tha public I. N. Woodell, chairman of the repub lic county central committee of Reno county, has resigned. It ia state...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

Tx223 ADVOCATE. retained in state institutions. Ik might inquire into the matter of enforcing the prohibitory law to the extent that Marsh Murdoch would want to know why Leavenworth was unmolested and Wich ita closed tight Additional evidence to sustain Atherton'a certificates of char acter might be called for. Morrill might be interrogated as to that contingent f and episode. Warden Lynch might have to explain how he came to do a num ber of things that Dick Chase was fired doing. Some business republican might want information aa to how the taxpay ers were benefited by the expenditure of large sums of money in worthless inves tigations. Anthony might be called on to state why he is trying to tear down the fraternal insurance companies of ths state. That railroad assessment matter might be inquired into and soma ques tions asked that oould not be easily answered. Some inquisi tive person might want an ex planation as to why it takes a dozen extra employes at the state house to do th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

THE ADVOOAT3. iUO. 81 mm and hour. DAT OF THE GEEAT D2 BATE Oil MONEY. io Advisability of tha Doited Elates Ssnuntng Tree Coinage Without International Consent. (Copyrighted 1895 by Azel F. natch.) Tba great silver debate between Har ;y and Horr closed July 30 with the j'cuasion of the main proposition, the ;l-.3om ot the United States resuming lit a coinage wiihout international con- r.at. The Question at Issue Mr. Horr We are discuss 33 a great question, and now to-day we come down to the gist of thi3 whole business. The question is, can this ration alone establish the old ratio of 25 to 1 and maintain it among the na tions of the world? ?Jr. Harvey In beginning iha (V?bate to-day, I hand to the stenog rapher a table, from pages 184 to 186 of the mint report for 1893, of the gold :..:d silver coined in this country from 3722 to 1873, and make it a part of the i! ate. I do this to remove the repre- -station that has gone all over the country that for the first half of the century w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 1884 113,000,000 1865 120,200,000 1866 121,100,000 1867 104,025,000 1868 109,025,000 1869 106,225,000 1870 ... 106,050,000 1871 . 107,000,000 1872 99,600,000 1873 96,200,000 1874 90,750,000 1875 97,500,000 1876 103,700,000 1877 114.000,000 1878 , 119,000,000 1879 109,000,000 1880 106,500,000 1881 103,000,000 1882 102,000,000 1883 95,400,000 1884 101,700,000 1885 108,400,000 1888 106,000,000 1887 105,775,000 1888 110,197,000 1889 123,489,000 1890 118,849,000 1891 126,184,000 1892 138,860,000 It will be seen that the world pro duced more gold in the year 1853 than It has in any year since then. With In creasing population and increasing de mand for gold there has been no in crease in the annual supply since 1853. If we go back to 1849 (see the table heretofore introduced), the irregularity la more marked. Combined Production. The production of the two metals combined is more regular than either separately, and i3 safer to rely on for a stable money measurement of values ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. AUG. 21 DEPARTMENT rwJAanli J. Wllllta, McLoath VliTs rmident. . ' ....Mrs. Emma Troudner, Carbcmdal f, feiary -J- B. French, Topeka I.f"Jirer Hon. J. G. Otia, Topeka Ar Jjtan Lecturer C. W. Amea, Osborne DEPAJiTMJOT W02K. BOARD. X F. Maxey, Chairman ..Ottawa J. It. French, Secretary .Topeka J. P. Stephens Wells vllle :irs. Emma Troudner Carbondale Mrs. I E. Fnrbeck J,0 llti.lt. M. Wardall Topeka STATE MANAGERS. Wicultnre A F. Allen, Vlnland 1 . ortloultnre J II. Darche, Garnett Horloultura W. H. Gonitis, Tevls Jiio-keeplng.. .Mrs. ThoB. Strawbrldge, Ottaw romesifo Economy ........... . Mrs. Lydla E. Furbeck, Topeka Dairying. .'. Mrs. Blna A. Otis, Topeka Vntevtalnmenta and Exhibits Mrs. Emma Troudner, Carbondale Improved Farm Machinery .. .. J. F.Maxey, Ottawa Political Economy and Parliamentary Laws J. p. Stevens, Wellsville Co-operate Commerce and Finance Robert Hanson, Concordia 7Ira Insurance .t.H. Baughman, Burrton Ilj Insurance S. D. Cooler, Topeka i.neraICultui...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

THE! ADVOCATE. Of Interest to literary Women. The ladies of the library committee of cotton states and International Exposi tion, which opens in Atlanta in the middle of September, are endeavoring to secure a reprcsantative collection of books written by women to be exhib ited in the library of the woman's bnild injjf. The desire is to make this collection aa nearly universal aa possible, and to this end committees have been appointed where work ia to cover the different countrioa of Europe and America; but while they hope; to make the collection general, they especially wish to call out and make manifest the resources and development of that portion of the United States which has, up to this time, been least thoroughly worked. In order to make their list aa com plate as pcsjible, they earnestly desire and eolioit the co-operation of all pub lishers, and authors throughout 2 this section, and ask the asaiataaca of the newspapers in their attempt to reach euch persons as may wish to ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

in. 11 :IAB?EY AND IIORR. (Continued from Pt8 1L) 1 vith IFrsmce by our side we will 3 cere strength, more influence upj tfca netala of the world than the :lzi Union and the United States had 1373, when they were at a parity. (V;Uuse.) All we have to do 13 to ' v'i the heart to go ahead and do the : ' ,t. (Applause.) The "way to re-t-a" was to resume, and the way to i monetize Is to remonetlze. (Ap r'jinse.) Creditors the world over il 1 II,. , v, ata tuey citu vuuixui iue icsjeianvu c l tee country, can dictate what money he named in the bond, and Eng lia '$ te doing that; the necessities of the people make them sign the bond3 to get tho money. To relieve the necessities ti today they will chance the future and sign the bonds. But the day of reckoning is coming, and English, war ships are in all the harbors of the j smaller countries; the Monroe doctrine tsj been violated in the western hem isphere by reason of the gold standard. What we want to do la to say to the creditor, "You c...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

Toasts for Millionaire Banquet. "Beggars and their lodgings." Re sponse by Cornelius Vanderbilt. "Tramps and Their Camps.;' Chauncey M. Depew. "The Blacklist and Sulcides'-C. P. Huntington. "The Divinity that Shapes Our End3."-Biahop Potter. "The Gospel of the Gun." General Miles. "Bullets the Paladium of Liberty." Richard Olney, Secretary of State. "The Blessings of Boodle." George Gould. "The Rich Man, the Camel and the Eye of a needle." Andrew Carnegie. "The Blow-Holes in the constitutions-Chief Justice Fuller. "Famine and Its Fangs." George II. Pullman. "Keep Your Tanks Full and Make the Lord Your Trust." John D. Rockefeller. "Economics and New England Long.Necked clams." Edward Atkin son. "The Key to the Shylock of the Treasury." John G. Carlisle. "The Parity of the Turkey and the Turkey Buzzard." Grover Cleveland. "The Steer of the Present and the Hog of the future."-rhillip D. Ar mour." "Skin a Skunk and Build a Fortune." John Jacob Astor. "Cleveland, de Moses of Ameriga." Ba...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE, MARKET REPORTS. Kansas City Llv Stock. "..It::.'? A3 Crrr, Aug. 19. -Cattle Receipt Saturday, 8,220; calvca, 828: shipped . ;arday, 8,397 cattle, 71 calves. Tho market ' i about steady oa best natives, 10 to 15o Iff 2v on western and steady to lOo lower on .' "ana. The following are representative Ai'V. .. DSESSKD BEET AND SniPPINO STKKH3. IS 1,358 $5.35 I 1,252 14.50 n .....1,203 4.15 1 1,200 3.60 3-P.Il.... 893 310 TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS. 74... W... 1... 15... .1.0S3 $3.50 .1,077 3.45 .1,270 2.90 . 893 2.75 75 1,083 $3.50 09 1,084 &45 3 803 2.90 1 650 2.35 WESTERN HTKEltS. 43 1,21) $l. I 73 1,238 $U0 ARIZONA STEKRS. 101-wla 983 $3.30 1 103 win 959 1110 13 win 1,15 2.95 OREGON STEERS. 37 940 $3.15 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 38 Ms 873 $3.00 10. 2 61 1... 13... ... 12.., 4.., 7.., 2... 1... 2... 3... 041 835 777 2.60 250 2.35 1.. 17.. 5.. 115.. .1,270 $3.00 7(58 2.60 74 2.40 587 2.35 COWS AND HEIFERS. .1.2M) $3.35 . 893 2.80 . 440 . BOO .1,044 . 9tS2 . 975 . 7)0 . 930 ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 August 1895

I ; VOL. VII., NO. 35. uTOPEKA, KANSAS, AUGUST 28, 1895. -?' JAYEAB. COLDITES WANTED IT SO. 8EBI0US DIVISION OF THE KEN TUCKY DEMOCRACY Seems Likely to Throw tha State to the Bepublicans Silverites Stand Firm, Louisville, Ky., August 24, The silver wing of the Kentucky democracy won a substantial victory to-day at the meeting of the state committee and General P. Wat Hardin'a name will stand on the ticket no matter it ha doea cot stand on the platform, but it ia re ported that aa a result Chairman Long, Colonel John B. Castleman and other "eound money" men on the committee will at once tender their resignations, cot oaring to t boulder any responsibility for Hardin's policy. Such ia the net re sult of the conference at which it waa proposed to do something to relieve the party from its danger of defeat because of Hardin's action in placing a free sil ver interpretation on the platform. Hardin said in his speech to the Com mittee that he would submit to a caucus of tha party but woul...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. aug.28 . n ELXIAS, WILLIAMSON, SCHUBZ. Tiey Consrlre to Override the Final De cision of HvcMary , Cox In the Maxwell Case With the Dfchlon of the b'u , preme Court in the Corrupt ' Tameling Css?. According to the record of the su preme court la the Maxwell grant case Hon. S. B. Elkins, in the latter part of 1875, was in Europe on a Maxwell grant scheme which doubtless had reference to his prospective tax-title which was destined to nourish on the overridden valid executive order re quiring the alleged Maxwell grant to ne treated as public land because of the refusal of the. grant claimants to accept twenty-two leagues. Mr. El kins, however, had returned, sanguine of success, and in 1877, was in Wash ington as a delgate to congress from New Mexico, ready, with his undue in fluence, to have made to order some momentous official history that he may possibly yet wish had never been made. THE TAME LING CASE. An important decision that had long been anxiously waited for by a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 1S35. with Mr. Griffln to proceed with the survey according to his instructions, which he did, mating a survey of said grant and a plat thereof, the field notes and plat being on file in your office. Third. Mr. Griffln is a man of high charac ter as a surveyor and a citizen, and I believe his survey is entirely correct. Fourth. I would therefore suggest that the said survey be examined, and if found cor rect, be approved, and thus gave to the gov ernment the expense of a resurvey of the same, and Insure an early issue of a patent to the grant, which has now been delayed for more than seven years, although an applica tion has been pending for eight years in the department. Very truly, etc., S. B. Elkins. Eon. Janes A. Williamson, Commissioner General Land Office. It is, then, sure enough, the Hon. S. B. Elkins who was anxious for Com missioner Williamson to unlawfully apply the decision of the supreme court in the corrupt Tameling case to the finally adjudicated Maxwell...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. AUG. 23 AIJD TOPEKA TBIBUIIE. 2T. li. P. A. PUBUSHID EVIBT WlDNIflDAT BT IBS AB70CATE FDBLISHIKB CO.. Booms 43 and 45 Columbian B'ldg, T0P2XA, - KANSAS. 01.00 PER YEAK, ADVEKTISINQ BATES Els fl Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents r agate line, (14 lines to Inch). Reading aotlcJ, 80 cents per line, (count lines). Copy or electro should reach this office Mon ii7 xubrnlag to insure Insertion In following L 'wires miMlhave metal base, 13-em columns laches). Xntered at the postofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. w demand the free and unlimited coinage of silver and gold at ths pbxsxnt legal ratio of 16 to 1. Omaha Populist Platform. What we need ia a weekly bulletin Giving the latest expressions of prominent republican statesmen on tha silver question. They wabble so nuch it ia difficult to keep track of thsm. I In case of a fusion between the re publicans and democrats in 189G, vhich seems probable, what's the matter with J. Sterling Morton for president and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 August 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 1335, IT BEATS TEE WOULD. Thousands of American tourists who have seen very little of their own country, visit the Old "World every year to "flee the sights" in for eign lands. They go into ecstaoies over the beauties of nature in far away Switzerland apparently uncon scious that the mountains and gorges and lakes and rivers of America are superior in beauty and majesty to any in the world. A large portion of the gold that crosses the ocean every year goes to pay the expenses of the sight-seers. Were one-half of the amounts so ex pended invested in a trip through Colorado over the Denver & Rio Grande railroad, and were travelers to divest themselves of that sentimentality which sees su periority only in things that are foreign, they would find grander scenery and experience far greater pleasure than they ever yet have done, besides gaining some useful knowledge of their own country and its resources. The Royal Gorge, Marshall Pass, the Black Canon; where is there a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 August 1895

I G TPIE ADVOCATE. AUG. 28 A WIDX-AWAXE COLONY IN COLOMBO. Among the co-operative eater prises that have been undertaken re- .csntly it is our belief that the colony located in Montrose county, ia south Trsstern Colorado, possesses most ad vantages and affords promise of surest success. The opinion is based upon per sonal investigation. We have just returned from a visit to the colony where we were afforded every op portunity to gain an insight into ita plans, purposes and methods, as well E3 to study the natural advantages of the location. For the information of those who may be interested in this effort we present the following facts; (1) The land selected lies in con tiguous valleys in the foothills upon the western slope of the great Rocky Mountain range. It is just rolling enough to facilitate irrigation, and the San Miguel river will afford an unlimited supply of water for this purpose as well as for all needed wa ter power which the colony may here after require. The elevatio...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 August 1895

1895. THE ADVOCATE. PSOSPECTIVK PBOSPXEITY. Here is evidence of what the Re deemers are doing: for the state: A meeting was held in Mayor Hook's of fice yesterday afternoon between a number of citizens and Messrs. Sherman and Winink, who propose to start a distillery at this place. The city is expected to giro some aid to the enterprise and it was under discussion. Noihirig was fixed upon, but it was de cided tahave Mayor Hook call a meeting of citizens at the oounoil ohamber for next Monday. Oa Friday Messrs. Sherman and Winiok will be ready with a proposition, which will state how large a building they will put up, when it will be oompleted and how much oorn it will use daily. They propose to ereot a big distillery and a cooper shop will be operated in oonneo tionwith it that will give employment to twenty-fire men the whole year round. These men propose to make aloohol to be sold for the purposes speoifif d by the state prohibitory law. Leavenworth Times, August 22. It will oconr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 August 1895

I 0 (THE ADVOCATE. AUG. 23 CONCERNING KANSAS. NOTES. Lion county rep nblicana pacrad a gold standard resolution. Dick Bland will discuss Silver" at Ptola, September 7. Tha Missouri Paoiflo will build a line from St. Joe to Topeka. Whisky advertisements still appear in tha Leavenworth papers. Nineteen Wichita coal dealers have djnsd an agreement to sell ooal forjeaah cnl7. Ccx7 was wall received at Maryavills. That town and ita bnainecs men are all A scheme ia on foot to gat the Union Psciflo to build a Una from Salina to Bennington. liThirty-threa miners from tha Soranton rua have gone to Illinois where they era assured of work. The Wichita Eagle lovingly refers to Assistant Attorney General Campbell as "William P. Dromedary.'' Tha Leavenworth distillery burned Is.: week. It is stated 'Jihat it will be rebuilt and operated at once. ThaOjaje county Populist conven tion was held last Thursday and an ex ecltont tioket was nominated. Twenty-one oars of cattle, all feeder, were shipped t...

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