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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

VOL. VIL, NO. 38. TOPEKA, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1895. $1.00 A YEAR. USURERS LAUD CLEVELAND They Love Him for the Service He Has Done Them. American and Foreign Bankers Toast the President and the Queen Yet Some People Laugh at the Mention of a " Money Power." Quebec, Ont, Sept. 12 The fourth an nual meeting: of the Canadian Bankers' association was brought to a close by a banquet at the Frontenac tonight. W. C. Oornwell, who was present, as representing' the American Bankers' as sociation, replied to the toast "The President of the United States." Cornwall's response was as follows, and (those who ore in the habit of laughing when reference. Is made to tho "money power," should read carefully: "It la rarely that o. speaker Is so happily fitted with a subject as T feel myself tonight to be, for if there Is one toast above another that a banker and a business man from the United States would rather speak to at this1 time it la the president.' I say 'at this time,' for, for two years p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

2 THE ADVOCATE. SIP. 18 8YN0PSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTEBS. The Overtone and Fauntleroys are rival claimants for a valuable tract of Iron ore land In Tennessee. Major Francis Overton, ajn an of threescore and ten, is the last male repre sentative of his line. Young Allen Fauntleroy Is the Fauntleroy heir. An English syndicate wishes to buy the land, and a scheming law yer named Hawkins is trying to get the Over ton interest out of the way. CHAPTERS III. and IV. Fauntleroy meets with an accident while riding to Major Overton's house, Ridge lfly.and is rescued from a desperate situation by the major's granddaughter, Dare. He is t ken to Rldgelev in the absence of the master. V. and VI. Major Overton surprises Dare while she bans over the injured man to ban dage h's wounds. The defence of the Overton ciaim ana natrea or me f auntleroy are a ma nia with him, not solely because of the fortune involved, but for the family honor as welL ne nas just returned noni a trying Interview with an old n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. Major Overton rs mouth hardened. "No doubt ho was, as he read such things, " ho said, 'but men of his stamp see all things through the medium of their own inclinations. He was hard, selfish, grasping, so much so that it seems impossible you can be his grand--Bon." "Was his father like him?" asked Al len. The major shook hi9 head. "No. He was a weak, good natured, obstinate man, who needed always to have his mind made up for him, though once it was made up heaven nor earth could change it " "Do you think he was deceived into claiming land to which he had no title?" "No, but that he was cheated into paying for land that belonged to another man." "Then, in your judgment, both sides were victims. Have you any idea how it came about?" "Ideas! Plenty, but no proofs. " "Then perhaps this may be of value, " Allen said, holding out a packet of yel low papers covered with faded script "Here are some letters betwixt my great grandfather and his Tennessee lawyer, detailing the pur...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

(THE ADVOCATE. SIP. 18 ;;d topeka tbibune. 27. Ifc. 3?. A. Pjjslhhkd Stmt Widwmdat bt 123 MOCATE POBLISHDfG CO.. Eoomi 43 and 45 Colombian Bldg, - - KANSAS. ADVERTISING RATES. tion, and the populist board were led by deception and false pretenses of good redeemers to buy the 810,000 of Hamilton county bonds. The coupons had been clipped from the bonds to in dicate that interest had been paid and the bonds were represented to be all right. Of this $10,000, $3,000 are held by John R. Mulvane, $300 by Mr. Hornaday and $3,000 by George W. Crane, making $6,300 that may yet be collected and saved to the school fund. In the face of this record what be comes of the hypocritical pretense of the republican press that the perma nent school fund was robbed by the populist administration? that all these wise philosophers prate upon. We do not propose to go into a history of co-operative efforts to show that there have been great suc cesses achieved. Those who have felt enough sincere interest in...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE, 1835. were killed. About 100 persons were Injured by the fall of a grand stand. And now the local authorities In some parts of Germany are prohibiting the Importation and sale of American meat. Wouldn't it be a good plan to let them get hungry? In San Francisco, the health boards are alarmed at the threatened importa tion of Asiatic cholera from Honolulu, where it Is raging. They will quaran tlne against it. The order of Chosen Friends, whose biennial session was held In Cleveland last week, proposes 'to build a monument to the memory of Francis Scott Key, author of the song "The Star Sprangled Banner." At Pawnee, Ok., the United States grand jury has found 43 indictments for pension frauds. Some of them are against Pawnee Indians Whose tribe furnished a number of soldiers for the civil war. The Standard Oil company hag pur chased large petroleum fields In Russia, and also a laTge quantity of crude naph to. That's one place in which the Standard monopoly can't make mat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE, SEP. 18 SHALLOW WISH-WASH. Th3 Capital of September 12 contains ; 033 of those characteristic specimens i balderdash 4or which its editorial odazans are distinguished. Its text is :i l"rkf paragraph from the Eldorado Industrial Advocate, stating that "the 'Mtfifinftor is 'a. fanny creature. He ' '. hoops It up for a system that takes claa-tenths of what he produces." Such a statement as this always throws th3 wheels in the Capital editor's head oat of gear. Whatever else may be ssid, no one must question the wisdom cr doubt the perfection of the existing system. Was not that system estab lished by the grand old republican party? To be sure it was,-and it Is sacrilege to assail it in any way. , But, to the text. Eeplying to the Eldorado Advocate the Capital says: tftha producer Is a farmer ho receives for Ms wheat the price in Chicago less the cost of transportation, sometimes a little more; Taers have been month i in the present year when wheat brought in Kansas a high...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 189). MEXICAN GRANT PATENTS. The United States Engaged in a Very Dis reputable land-Patent Business. Justice Miller, In the case of Adams vs. Norrls, (103, U. S. 593) has occasion to speak of two kinds of Uni'ted States land patents. First A Patent That Passes the Title of the United States. A patent that confers title from the United States according to Justice Mil ler, Is a patent to public land land that belongs to the United States. Second A Patent That Does Not Pass the Title of the United States. A patent that confers no title from the United States Is a patent to a Mexican grant, because a valid Mexi can grant is private land land that does not belong to the United States. FALSE PRETENSE PATENT. The President of the United States, in the course of-a Mexican grant pat ent, pretends to pass the title of the United States. Take, for Instance, the case of the so-called Beaubien and Miranda or Maxwell grant. In this case the President says: "Therefore, I, Rutherford ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

TIES ADVOCATE. 8XF. 18 , KANSAS NOTES. Coolldge will build a city hall. The Westmoreland News Is six years old. The Pittsburg: Kansan Is for Debs for president. Greeley county is to have a county high school. Ottawa county Republicans indorsed the state administration. According to the Lawrence Journal Challlnor is a deliberate and diabolical liar. An effort Is being1 made at Abilene to get the city' to buy t'he waterworks plan . Kansas Notes, Kansas City World: . The state pardon mill is again in full operation. G. C. Clemens calls Ingalls' Labor Day speech "College Commencement Flapdoodle." ' In Republican conventions the old soldier gets the resolutions and the other fellow the office. The Phillip county Republicans gave the soldier the resolutions and the other f ellow the office. The convicts at the Hutchinson re formatory are required to study 'three hours every day. Baker university is thirty-eight years old, and is the leading Methodist uni versity In the west. The Wichita E...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. ADMINISTRATION ROBBERY. The Saintly Gang Steals 5 Cents Per Pound on the Beef Used by the Militia at Emporia. The regulation redeemer methods seem to have been practised at the encamp ment of the militia at Emporia. It Is perhaps possible that this transaction will give to the public some idea why ai position in the commissary depart ment of the army la In direct line of promotion to a bank presidency. Of course the soldiers had to eat. - They bad to have meat. A. G. Randolph of Emporia offered to furnish the neces sary beef for 5 cento per pound in the carcass or 54 centa cut. Messrs. J. A. Rousher, Peter Hlnes, John "Wind, D. S. Avery, James Spangler, Ed. Atyeo, G. W. Grumley, Charles Grohe and Soni decker & Stanton offered to furnish it cut at 8 cents per pound and in addi tion to subscribe $70 toward paying the local expense of the encampment. The mayor of Emporia, who is a redeemer, of course, managed, it Is reported, to get the contract Jet to his broth er-in...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

10 THE ADVOCATE. WILL NOT NOMINATE. j.) l'opillst Central Committee Did Not Call a Convention. Tin acordance with the call the Pop ; eJate centra) committee iassembled if. 'the office of Chairman Breldetathal in t' city on "Wednesday. The meeting 5 called for the purpose of discussing la tidvl3lbllty of calling a state con . -.sjtloa to put im nomination a candidate :.t Chief Justice of the Supreme court O'.virg.-to the flooded condition of .the i-j:roads'in the southeastern portion of the state the committeemen' from that 4 j t'll on were unable to be present and thrra were but eight members of the committee represented. Those present were: Chairman John W. Breldenthal. Second1 district: Daniel C. Zercher of Olathe and W. J. Oostigan of Ottawa, proxy for J. It. Williams of Fort Scott. Fifth district: B. C. Cranston of Abi lene. Sixth, district: O. L. Smith of Burr OcJk. and R. II. Semple, proxy for J. F. Hale of Formosa. Seventh .district: Itufus Cone of Wichita and C. A. Taylor of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. im THEY GO AFTER CHALLINOR Republican Papon Boast Him and His Dis reputable Master. Lawrence World, (Rep.): The unwar ranted Impertinence of the English Im portation in going out of his way to at tack the university la being rebuked on eivery hand. The people have the most profound contempt for a cur that will take the chances of Injuring a great school for the sole purpose of currying favor with a desperate and despicable master. Challinor is unworthy the as sociation of decent people. He lias showm that he does not possess on par ticle of manhood. Kansas City Gazette (Rep.): He finds the business operations and book-keeping in first-class shape, and which he fclghly commends, but he roasts the chancellor, faculty and regents for their educational management. It is a mag nificent piece of Impudence, and nobody but an Englishman would have the gall to ldo It. His report In this respect Is undoubtedly Inspired by the ring, and it means that Chancellor Snow must walk the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

13 THE ADVOCATE. S27. 18 SOCIAL CONTEASTS. Which W Aw Trying to Wipe Oat of Ex - latenco. . ' '. , LOOK AT TIIIS PICTUnE. Ne wport, Aug. p. Marble House with ell Its extensive grounds, was ablaze -(Vltth light tonight, and the great gates were swung" wide open for society. - It was the grand ball, long looked for and long In preparation, given by Mrs. Alva Vanderbllt In honor of her daughter, Miss Oonsuelo Vanderbllt, rumors of whose engagement to the Duke of Marl- - borough have long been current. In every respect the event outshone any similar function. , that .Newport lias J known; It Is reporte(d to have cost scores of thousands of dollars. The favors aKme are known to have cost $ 3,000. They were made in Paris especi ally for this occasion. They consisted of llk and satin sachet bags, long, wide ribbon sashes, hand painted; crystal hand glasses, large oars with solid silver blades, books, and bagpipes as 'played by French peasants. They were hang ing on the silken screen in the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 'y: ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. DIBICT03Y. Pmldn t . J.F. WilUU, UcLoath Vice rmlaens Mn. Emm Troadner. CrbondI Stort&ary ....... J. B. French, Topk Ltotnrtr Hon. J. u. out, Topex AiilaUnt Lecturer C. W. Ames, Osborne DXPAfiTMXXT W03X. BOABD. 3. T. Maxey, Chairman Ottawa J. B. French, Secretary Topeka J. P. Stephens Wellsrllle Mrs. Emma Troadner Carbondale Mrs. I E. Fnrbeck Topeka Mrs. E. 1L Werdall .-. Toper . RATI MAN1GKB8. Azrioulture. A. F. Allen, Vinland Hortlonltare J. H. Darcne, Garnett Floriculture W. H. Coaltls,Tevla Bee-keeping. . .Mrs. Thos. Strawbridga, OtUwt Domeitlo Economy Mrs. Lydla E. Fnrbeck, Topeka Dairying .Mrs. Blna A, Otis, Topeka Entertainments and Exhibits. Mrs. Emma Trondner, Carbondale Improved Farm Machinery J.F. Maxey, Ottawa Political Economy and Parliamentary Laws J. P. Stevens, wellsyllle Co-operate Commerce and Finance. Bobert Hanson, Concordia Fire Insurance 1L Banghman, Bnrrton Life Insurance S. D. Cooler, Topeka General Culture... Mrs. E...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

14 TH E ADVO GJLT 23. 81?. 18 It Makes a DiSt'reacejWho Bosorts to Vio lence. The pitched battle which has been raging for the past week in Jersey City between two raiload monopolies has, 'through the intervention of the police authorities, been brought to a close, as far as actual hostilities are concerned, and tjhe matter will now be settled in the courts. As is usual, of course, each side employed a lot of laborers to do the fighting for them, and generously supplied them with car loads of ashes, rocks and stones and other refuse as weapons of offensa and defence. A number of workmen em ployed in an excavation by one party had car loads of ashes dumped on them by the offendlnsr party. Not being successful with this, streams of water were turned on them, until to avoid drowning, they were obliged to flee. Had this been a contest between capital and labor, the militia would have been called out and the whole army ordered to get themselves into readiness. But the disgraceful scenes ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

kpths advocate. itn. TO OALIPOENIA Is oar Sleeping Car Rate on the Phillipa-Rock Iiland Tourist Excursions, from Kansas City and kindred distant cities on the route of this car, to San Francisco and Los Angeles. The cars have upholstered spring seats, are Pull man build and appointment perfect You have a special manager on the car all the way, and excursions run twice it week, leaving Kansas City every Wednesday running via Topeka, Wichita, Ft. Worth and El Paso, to Los Angeles, a superb Southern route, re nowned for Its clement weather, low altitude and compLete freedom from snow blockades, and leaving Kansas City every Friday, run ning via the famed Scenic Route (D. s R. G. R. R.) the only line through Salt Lake, to San Francisco and Los Angeles. Save money by taking this popular mode of travel. Address for full particulars, T. J. ANDERSON, A. G. T. & P. A. Topeka. Kas. JNO. SEBASTIAN, G. P. A Chicago. 4v THE CRBHT Mint SYSTEM. IjsfiMCtffig tho Commercial Centers and rich farm...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 September 1895

TJEIIi ADVOCATE, nAHKET RgPOKTg. JIanaaj Oltr Uvm Etoefe. ::r. aa ctrr, Sept la. Cattie-CReceipts , . ,1 ouraay The market was 10 to 20 -vs lower. The following are representative . 1: .".-.. 1 FriVMHO AWO DBXSSXD BUI STUBS. Ave. Price. I No. Ave. Prloe. 1.301 L75 i I 01 Tex 1,100 $2.00 TSXAS A.SD INDIAS 8TCSB3. 1 ...7...I.333 1160 ....... 072 a 95 890 2.79 8o0 2.25 NBW JIXXICO cows. ........ 6D8S1,0 I irroMEsro cows. 1,010 J2.00 I WTOMEJO STXXB3. 75 1,031 $185 1 810 tss 3 yaw zeo l 1,203 3.B0 1.... 1,130 135 1 1,400 3.83 1,181 8.35 m 2.35 .1,150 SXV l 100 a. as 1 1.290 3.35 8 1,260 &3J TIXAS AND X5DUH COWS. f 729 $2.45 1 J 754 2.35 i i 730 2.85 41 hi. 679 2.33 Jfl3....t 748 82.35 105 747 2.35 27 70 2.35 4 750 1.40 COWS AND HKirSBS. 3,... ...... 980 83.25 Id. 891 2.80 S,...i 800 2.75 ......... 1,010 2.75 23 929 2.70 .. 975 2.70 3.... 1,115 2.65 . 833 2.60 1., ........ 1,140 2.60 14 877 2.60 8 832 83.09 7 1,011 2.75 1 950 2.75 5 050 70 14 1,053 2.70 73 600 2. CS 12 883 2.C5 1 930...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

' ' '' ' VOL.Vn.,NO. 39. TOPEKA, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 25, 1895. 81.00 A L-U. THEY- ARE HOT OAPPY. The Truly Good People of Kan sas City, Kansas, Who Helped Redeem Kansas, Are Now Hold lng Indignation Meetings to Protest Against the Eeckless Disre gard of Law and Order. Kansas Cdty, Kas., Sept. 20. One hun dred! of the leading" lawyers, doctors and ministers of Kansas City, Kas., held a meeting last nigh t at the Seventh. Street church and started an Investiga tlon that may bring forth sensational results. The investigation was started by the citizens Interested In the enforce ment of law in Wyandot te county. Many of the leading citizens and tax payers of the city profess to be of the opinion that the county attorney, the city at torney, and the police commissioners have not been doing" their duty and have not been trying 'to enforce the prohibitory law, bu t are taking revenue from the joints. The question, of the enforcement of the law was thoroughly discussed and the public official...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. SEP. 25 SYNOPSIS OF PBEVIOUS CHAPTERS. The Overtons and Fauntleroys are rival claimants for a valuable tract or iron ore lanci In Tomeosee. Major Francis Overton, a man cl threescore and ten, is tho last male repre tentative of his line. Young AUen Fauntleroy ia the Fauntleroy heir. An English syndicate wishos to buy the land, and a scheming law ye named Hawkins Is trying to get the Over ton interest out of the way. CHAPTERS III. and IV. Fauntleroy meots with an accident whita riding to Major Overton's house, Ridge ley, and is rescued from a desperate situation by the major's granddaughter, Dare. He Is Uken to Ridgeley In the absence of the master. V, and VI. Major Overton surprises Dare ' w.ull she lsana over the Injured man to han dle h's wounds. The defence of the Overton claim and hatred of the Fauntleroy are a ma nia with him, not solely because of the fortune Involved, but for the family honor as well lis has just returned from a trying interview with an old negr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

TH EJ ADVO O AT 3. 3 roses, her eyea starry in their dark dila tion. She seemed to herself all one throbbing pulse of new sensation, not wholly pleasurable, but wildly strange. Boyal Clove was unlike aught she had ever seen or dreamed of. Her favorite heroes even were quite put out of court His voice was musio itself. He had a smile that glorified his face. Yet some how the girl shrank a little from the memory of him, shivered at the thought of those too persistent eyea He had htag at her side the evening through, with eyes, ears, for naught else. She wondered vaguely if it were not because she was a new species, some thing wholly different from any he had hitherto known. In all the story books she knew grand gentlemen had a habit of amusing themsolves with the country girls they chanced to meet and then riding away, leaving their victims to death or desolateness. Mr. Cleve should not do that; she was too wise in the ways of his kind. Besides she went no further even in her thought,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

,'71 ADVOCATE. AIJD TOPEKA TEIBUIIE. IT. P. PUBLMSXD STMT WlIWXSDAT BT TEE AD70CATE P0BLMI8 CO.. Rooms 43 and 45 Columbian Bldg, TOPSXA, - - KANSAS. ADVEBTISIKQ RATES. int;Ie Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents er a;; it line, (14 lines to Inch). Beading uottcoa, 80 centa per line, (connt lines). Copy or electro should reach this office Mom &&j xuoralag to Insure Insertion la following MTie. Elactroi mutt bare metal base, 13-tm col mans (2 laches). $1.00 PER YEAR, Entered at the postofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. w djmand tex free and uul1mitsd c0i2taqx of silver and gold at the p2is2kt legal ratio 07 16 to 1 Omaha Popclist Platform. CALL FOR A MASS CONVENTION. The Sunday Kansas City Journal contains a call for a Populist mass convention to assemble at Kansas City, October 2, 1895, to nominate a Popu list candidate for chief justice. The call Is signed by some men who have been good Populists, and by some who bays been Populists from not alto gether disint...

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