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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

NOTES AND COMMENT. The thirty-fourth anniversary of the battle of Lexington, Mo., was cele brated at that place last Friday, and was attended largely by veterans of both armies. It begins to look as If the war Is over In Missouri. Congressman Newlands, of Nevada, one of the leaders in the national sliver party, Is quoted by the New York papers as saying tha't If business con tinues to Improve the silver Issue will be dead before next year. It would be very sad If the silver party should be wanting a campaign issue. They are (having a great time In Rome, Last week they dedicated a new edifice to the Methodist church, unveiled a statue of the Italian patriot Garibaldi, and talked seriously of buy ing the city and presenting it to the Pope. His grace will probably not want ft with the Methodist church thrown in. Chaa. Mowbray, the mouthy English man who seems to be 'agin the govern ment," was interrupted by tne Chicago police while addressing a meeting in that city Sunday. Police Capta...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

! 0 H'ftm THE ADVOCATE. 82?. 25 EEPUBLICAN-DEXOCRATIC FUSION. One of the most appropriate things the republicans and democrats of Sew urd county, Kas., have ever done was to come out open and above board with thalr fusion. The local committees of the two parties got together and agreed that they would hold their convention . together and divide the county offices botween them, and the convention was accordingly held. The committees had discussed the matter from a practical standpoint. Each had a platform ready, and they found that the two were practically alike. One crowd was mad at the Morrill administration and the other was ashamed of it, so they ejread to say nothing about it. Neither sids wanted to set a pace for the na tional conventions of next year, so they cheerfully agreed to let national questions alone for the present. Then the sole purpose to be accomplished was to divide the spoils and beat the ropulists, and this they have industri ously set about doing, or trying to ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 1835 THAT NORTH LINE. The North Line of the Alleged Maxwell Grant In Colorado Is the Corruptest Line of Survey Ever Ron by U. S. Deputy Surveyors. UNAUTHORIZED LINE. On May 26, 1877, Congressman El kins requested Commissioner William son to approve a survey of the alleged Maxwell grant made in 1870 by United States Deputy Surveyor W. W. Griffin. The commissioner, in his reply, in formed Mr. Elkins that the north line of the Griffin survey had "improperly included the valley of the Purgatory," or Las Animas, river in Colorado; that neither the description of the grant contained in the petition of the grantees nor the description of the grant con tained in the "juridical possession" included the Purgatory or Las Animas valley. The north line, then, of the present Elkins survey of 1877, that in cludes the Purgatory or Las Animas valley, is, according to the commis sioner, uncalled for it is unauthor ized. FRAUD LINE. Commissioner Williamson, seemingly determined that a no...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

TI5CEJ ADVOCATE. KANSAS NOTES. There are 9,000 school houses in the i.-te. - The Ottawa County Index is entering iii sixth year. A Beloit creamery handles 10,000 1 rands of milk dally. The democrats of Greenwood will not have a ticket this year. A Mltcbell county farmer raised, crop of cotton this year. The town of Oneida was badly dam aged by Are last Friday night. The Harper county democratic con ventlon did not nominate a ticket. The income of the Senator Plumb es tate la said to be $7,000 per month. Clay and Reno county democrats nom inated straight tickets last Saturday. The president has granted Clyde Mat tax a respite, and he will not hang Octo ber .11. It Is said that A. A. Newman will be a candidate for senator In the Clay county district The Dold Packing company at Wichita will use corn for fuel if It gets down to 12 cents a bushel. E. R. Moses, of Great Bend, has been elected chairman of the national irri tation commission. A Jewell county republican says that the party p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. REPUBIJCAN RASCALITY. Bedcemer Cogswell 13 Making a Record for Himself. The Girard Daily World has been in vestigating Assistant Attorney General Cogswell down In Crawford county. In giving to the public the result of his Inquiries he uses the following lan guage: "'Put the rascals to the 'front has been ifche policy of the Morrill adminis tration. Paramount among all the dir ty appointments made by the Morrill gang there is not a case in the entire state whdoh stands out as conspicuously appropriate as that of the selection of Tom Cogswell, of this county, as as sistant attorney general. "Every few days developments are unearthed in the conduct of this old fraud to verify the statement that he, like the Morrill crowd, is in official poslltlon for the money there is in it. "One case In verification of this is found in the arrests at Cherokee. "On he 6th of this month Cogswell caused the arrest of D. W. Rutton at Cherokee, on six counts for violating the prohibitory law...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

10 THE ADVOOATS. sir. 23 HE WAS CRUELLY BEATEN y HIj Toacher at the Eefora School and Els Back Covered With Stripes. David Denroan, a boy about 15 years of ega, was sent to the reform school a year or two ago because of the fact that he and his step-father could not get along .together. He was not a partlcu- 1 irly bad boy. Ills former teachers speak Well of him. It seems though that tie (had Incurred1 the enmity of the teacher who had charge of him. Life was made so much of a burden to him that he has frequently run away. Last week he escaped for the eighth time lie Jumped from a second story window aiid eluded the officers. After calling on his aunt In this city he went to the Santa Fe and started for his home at .Argentine! While on his way home riding on the brake bars of a car his strength failed him and he fell under the moving train to be cut to pieces Ills story, as told to (bis aunt In this city, which It Is said he substantiated by exhibiting to her his back, was a story o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

THE- ADVOOATS. ii THINGS LEFT OUT OF PLATFORMS Republicans Don't Point With Pride to Some Parts of the Party Record. Editor Advocate: In 1891 the repub lican league of this state Issued an ad dress to thepeople In which they made the statement that "our debt3 stand for our- investments and not our losses, our prosperity and not our poverty," and the redeemers of Jewell county must have been actuated by the same Impulse when they made the assertion "that the pros perity of this country declined with the retirement of the republican party." If the statement made by them in '91 was true, then, according to government statistics, we are a very prosperous peo ple indeed, for at no time in the history of our country were our debts so enorm ous, and from that standpoint of logic the Jewell county rerpubllcani platform is perfectly consistent. Since 1890, the year the Populist party polled such a large vote and secured control of the hou& of representatives, the farmers of Kansas have p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

bZ2, 25 -.iit .J.F. WmitS,McLooUi iJ.'a X.fsiiant , - ' Mrs. Emma Trondner, Carbondale , 1 o r tary, ........J. B. French, Topeka w . nc J Hon. J. G. Otis, Topeka , ' ' "j tsmt Lecturer C. W. Ames, Osborne rspAirnraNT wosx. , T. T. Maaey, Chairman Ottawa 7. TJ Fnnca. secretary xopeia Jf. P. Stspiens Wellavlile ! Vs. 12-mtfl a Trondner Carbondale rj, I It Furbeck Topeka lir ii. M. Wardall Topeka 4 STAT1 MAHAOIBS. . r!cn!Sirt. ..A. F, Allen, Vlnland J-'tjrtltsStow J. H. Darohe, Garoett .??!:uNur w. H.uouui,Tevis . i 3-Issispln...Mrs. Taos. Strawbrwge, ottaw 5 "Mlia ItaoaotflT.. ,. Mrs, Lydia E. Furbeck, Topeka T Jtiryiasr Mrs. Bins A. Otis, Topeka jLwrtaiaiuenta ana jsxmous Mrs. Emms Troudner, C&rbondale Improved fsm Msoaiaery .,. J. F.Maxey, Ottawa X'oliJdcal Economy snd Parliamentary Laws ..J. P. Stevens, Wellsville Co-opraie Commerce and Finance. . Bobert Hsnson, Concordia fin Insurance H. Baugbman, Burrton I !?9 Insurance 8. D. Cooler, Topeka tssaara:Caltnie...Mn. Jt. M. Warda...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

Mil I HI S y, Latest and Best Cook Book Published i STANDARD... Staple and Fancy Groceries. Our Goods are the best; Our prices as low as the low est. We make a specialty of new teas and fresh : roasted coffee. Read our prices and come and ex amine our goods. We guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. COFFEE. Roasted Rio...... Santos Java Blend Mocha and Java African Java .... .$ 33 . 25 . 80 . m . 85 TEA. Unoolored Japan .405O Gan Powder 60 Imperial 60 Young Hyson 60 Oolong 60 English Breakfast.... 60 San-colored Japan 25 Tea Sittings V2lA SOAP. Silk, 7 bars White Russian, 7 bars White Spanish, 8 bars Fairbanks' Brown Soap, 0 bars. 25 35 25 25 DOZIER CRACKERS. Butter Oyster- City Soda Ginger Snaps Market baskets, 85 per dozen. Grape baskets, 400 per dozen. 1-bushel baskets, 25 each. 1-peck basksts, 35? per dozen. 10 7X H. OFFEN, Mgr. 0i ALTllEN&McMANOS- Price Tutors Fine Clay Worsted Dress Sut $go 610 Kansas Avenue, IitT Cobbler FREE TO A CLUB OF FIVE. 8H0E AND HARNESS KIT lor...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 82?. 25 :.D.FEnRY&C0., Coram! js!oj! Dealers in i V110 SkblffM Street, iMCAGO, ILL. ESTASLISXZD 1869. ADVANCES OUT CONSIGN- Z1E2TT3. We have large Eastern and Canada Trad. Refer to Tort Dearborn Na tlonal Bank, CHICAGO. TO nr 11 lit ON C0NSI8N1OEIT 02 UWM W fcJ la u w. HOLD E1EZCT. .Scarry the largest stock of BROOM MANUFACTURERS' SUPPLIES In the United '.oj. Correspondence eoUcited J. P. A CO., 239-841 Klazie St., Chicago, 1IL !n DON'T YOU KMOWE32S Tht t!i2 Farmers JlliancB Insurance ' ''Cpmpsay of Kansas Cm famish you BETTER and CHEAPER insuring than any other Company? This Com vj U no experiment, but is recognised as tie Lauding Insurance Company of Sanaa. Jfafeo: tSfiOQjaoo of risks ;$226XJ of losses paid; $600,000 of risks written in 1S35 to May 20; ' Jssa paid the first four months of this year and $100,000 In resources left to go on. You 1 i't do any better than to give us a trial. For further particulars tee our agents or write the .Secretary at McPherson, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

THE ADVOCATHI. IKS. TO CALIFORNIA Is oar Sleeping Car Rate on the Phllllpe-Rock Island 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. Yon have a special manager on the car all the way. and excursions run twice a week, leaving Kansas City every Wednesday running via Topexa, wicnna. Ft. worm ana El raeo, to Los Angeles, a superb Southern route, re nowned for Its clement weather, low altitude and comp) ete freedom from snow blockades, and leaving Kansas City every Friday, run ning via the famed Scenic Route (D. & R. G. xv. a.) me only line tnrougn salt Late, to san Francisco and Los Angeles. Save money by taking this popular mode of travel. Address ior inn particulars, t. j. andekson, A. G. T. & P. A. Topeka. Kaa. JNO. SEBASTIAN, G. P. A Chicago. THE GREKT SIBS SYSTEM, imrnKtsag the Commercial Centers and rich farms or....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 September 1895

3 th:s advocatb. MAHXET REPOHTa Eansas City Llv Stock. ITAirsAS City, Spt. Sl-CattleRecelpts tlnse Saturday, 10,431; calves, 29): shipped Saturday, 2,1 17 cat tie ; 41 calves. Tie market was nominally steady, except on cows, whica worn stroajr and active. The following ars representative sales: SHIPPING ABD PBBSSSD BEXF STB BBS. No. Ave. Price. INo. Ave. Price, 5;'.,....... .1.315 4.30 4(J.. 1,803 tlW TEXAS AND INDIAN SIEXHS. 123 ,..1,090 1113 115 1.013 $2.90 1.......... aX) 2.30 WISTIRX 8TXEB3. 44 Win.... ,1,304 180 I 43 ..1.072 330 J) 1,221 8.25 29 1,082 3.20 17... 1.121 3,10 I 27 1.081 3.00 , TXXAS AND INDIAN COWS. Sr:::::: 2 -i 30 710 $2.55 759 2.50 747 2.40 729 2.40 28 8M$2. 24 tt V.... 888 2.45 29 687 2.40 11 718 2.40 NEW MEXICO STEERS. 57.., 869 $2.6 157 ?... 880 $2. ZJS. ......... W9 2.55 WIW MEXICO COWS. 69.;........ 823 $2.00 147. 800 12.59 COLOBADO BTEKBS. 2 1,280 $3.65 COLORADO COWS. 71.......... 809 12.50 COWS AND BEirERS. SO.....:.... 831 $3.05 12.,.. 746 3.0 1 1 5 .1....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

VOL. VII., NO. 40. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 2, 1895. $1.00 A YEAH. A WESTERN IDOL BROKEN. Allison Commits Himself to the Gold Standard. Now Where Will the Silly Silver Bepub llcans Go to look For a Moses to Lead ; Them Out of the Wildnerness? The republicans of Iowa held the opening meeting of their vstate cam paign at Marshallton, September 26, and the sentiment of the speeches made there was such as ought to quiet all apprehension in the breasts of East ern goldites and protectionists. Sena tor Allison, who has been the idol of many misguided silver men, delivered the principal address, in which he clearlxiQmmitted Jhimsjlf against sil ver. Thejsenator said: "I congratulate you on this auspicious occasion. This assemblage is an indl cation of the interest republicans take in the result. That victory will come to us cannot be doubted. That its magnitude will depend upon effective organization and effort should be real ized. Organzation rests with the state committee, the local commi...

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

ocf. Ji3v 'PitMmS &r !Mf rLLOCM? v I synopsis oy previous chapters. TUe Orertons and Fauntleroys are rival f'Mmanta for a valuable tract of Iron ore land 1 leonoaee. Major Francis Overton, a man ci' threesco'e and ten. i the ls male repre eon'ailve of his line. Younir Allen Fauntleroy I the Paundero heir. An English syndicate wishes to buv the lnd, and a -chunln law yer named Hawkins Is trying to set th Over tan inter' out of the way. CHAHTER3 IIL tad IV -Fauntleroy meets with an accident while riding to Major Overton's house, Kldire- by. and in rescued f un a desperate a tuatioa ' by the major' 4 granddaughter, Dare. He Is! raien to Kidjreiey in meaD-tenceoi tnemaeter. V. and VI. Majnr Overton eurprl e Dare valla he 1 -an .ver the Injured man to ban ! doge b s wounds. Tba deien e of the Overton c!a m and hatred of the Fauntleroy are a ma ck with blm. not solely because of the fortune lis r 1 vert, but for the famly honor as well. HehaJaM re'urned fiom a trying interview with an...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

T223I3 ADVOOATS. ' ca rgwine gib 'im one chance ef La . can't nebber git no yuther one." With that she trotted back, following leisurely the track of the other party, end so it came about that when, an hour later, Dare drew rein after climbing along a sharp hill she found herself in its high solitude alone with Royal Clam . Upon the very crest of it a little clearing made a sunshiny cup in the dark forest On one hand the ground fell 0 sharply away that through the rift in tia tr&ea you could see miles and miles Dart drew rein after climbing along a sharp htU. . of woodland ridges lying all summer fair in the shunmering heat, with lap pings and foldings of palest soft haze along the far fading lines that ran down to the river's brink. A wild world it seemed, full of savage, untouched beauty. , Dare studied it long and earnestly, then took away her eyes, with a shiver, say ing: "One might fancy all the giants of the fairy tales were dead and buried here under these long leafy grav...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

THE ADVOCATS: OCT. t i . i- - "Vat--' 1IJB TOPEKA TBIBiniE.' 2NT. Ifc. I. JL, P'CBlIBlIID KVJES7 WJEZWISDAY BT ins ID70CATE FDBUamB CO.. Eoomi 43 and 15 Columbian Fldf , TQPJXA. - - XAN818. ADVERTISING RATE3. Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents t srte line, (14 Hnee to Inch). Beading notices. 80 cents per line, (count line). Copy or electro should reach this office Mon day morning to Insure insertion In following was. Electro muat have metal base,13-em columns laches). 01.00 PER YEAR, Sabred at the postofflce at Topeka, Kansas, at second class matter. "We mmakd ths pbse and unumitid cowagx of silver and cold at th3c A LkABA X .UAJU AatV v V w Omaha Populist Platfobm. Rev. J. D. Botkin has been in vited to participate in the Ohio cam paign but has declined. He prefers to continue the good work he is doing in Kansas, and loyal populists throughout tho state should avail themselves of nis services. There is no more con ecltatlous or able advocate of the peo ple's cause in the state. Mi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

1333. or genuine desire or demand for a "bet ter citizenship," that it is a less corrupted and less controlled citizenship than we have to-day. Instead of looking forward to a greater responsibility and greater Inde pendence on the part of the individual, there is a constant cry for more rigorous party organization and an almost frenzied demand for a more extended distribution of boodle. I am sorry for you, but if I am any Judge of the American people, you are not "ahead of your time," as people are apt to say of anything which is out of harmony with the popular idea, but are advocating an idea which neyer had and never will have any place in American political development. There are a few in many classes, teachers, preachers, professional reformers and well-to-do theorists to whom speculation upon what ought to be is a greater pleasure than striving to secure actual betterment, but there is no popular demand for the cure of ills arising from pirty-organization, while there is a gre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

THE! ADVO 0-A.T E3. OCT. 3 . TH2 GEEOBACXS. SIUST GO. THj is unquestionably the next step in tha great financial conspiracy : t!ri!it the American people. Each :..r..u-:c:-35l7eBtep in this conspiracy has U in tr.kca with that cool, calculating ' . oration that indicates a thor v.v!y comprehensive scheme of plan--:t caref ally planned In all its details item the beginning. -The scheme com I rshsaded its execution by a slow pro c :: i in order to insure peaceable acqal :s3sceof the people, and in order that the ?ast profits involved in each '.anacassive operation might haye ample tLi) to be realized; and congress has .xJiOira in all the years since the inwp tbn of the scheme that it may be re 11 sd upon to proyide the, legislation accessary to its success at the proper time, and when the Wall street end of t!i3 conspiracy demands it. Look at the method now being pur ged to educate the people to the ne cr:3ity of retiring the greenbacks. Tt-sy are made the instrument pf the pirates fo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

ha was not an owner nor in the employ of the owner -of that al leged grant ? Simply beeause he wanted to steal that public land. No other reason for his cold-blooded procedure can possibly be given. No wonder El kins is ashamed to allude to his con nection with the Beaubien and Mi randa grant in 1877 when he was in congress. When a congressman uses his congressional influence to corrupt a commissioner of the general land office to aid bim in stealing 2,000,000 acres of public land under an assumed name under an alias it ought to make that congressman infamous; but it didn't, it helped to make him secre tary of war and senator of the United States. Fourth "And thus save the govern ment the cost of a resurvey. Congressman Elkins was plotting to steal 2,000,000 acres of lawfully sur ( veyed public land from the govern ment and yet, at the same time, is greatly concerned as to the cost to the government of a resurvey of that stolen land. ("Here's a pretty how do you do.") The great conc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

0 THE ADVOCATE. OCT 2 CONCERNING KANSAS. KANSAS NOTES. II oiio baa a broom factory. Sol Miller is "ferninst" a curfew or dinance, Dick Blue wants the standing army increased. The Scranton Gazette was burned out last Monday. Eastern people are buying farms in Sedgwick county. October 12 is the latest county con vention day this year. The postal service in Kansas did not pay expenses last year. The Marion Times wants Lewelling : renominated for governor. TheTopeka police force has made 1452 arrests in eight months. Asa Thompson, for years owner of the Howard Courant, is dead. Girard World: "Wanted, in Kansas, at the earliest possible moment a governor-" The populists of Lane county have nominated Mrs. Carrie Bower for reg ister of deeds. Superintendent Howell says "diph theria" patients at the reform school hava recovered. Mrs. M. E Milner is the the repub lican nominee for register of deeds in Edwards county. Representative Simons, of the Cald well News', will spend a few months' vac...

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