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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

THE ADVOCATE, 0 terman; county clerk, H. C. Leedy register of deeds, J. F. Grennan; sur veyor, 0. E. Walters; coroner, Dr. J J. Richardson: commissioner Third district, Ed Romary. The present superintendent of the Winfield Imbecile asylum is treating patients in the same manner his prede cessor, Dr. Pilcher, did, and nobody is objecting to it, either. Even Blather skite Dawes, who promised to prose cute Dr. Pilcher for malpractice, seems to have learned that the latter was a good superintendent. Sprinir Hill New Era (rep.) : Look at Governor Morrill's selections to en force the liquor law in the large cities. They are men just like Lewelling ap pointed, and he was in league with the liquor element. So is Governor Mor rill, and no amount of twisting and evasive interview can prove him to be doing his sworn duty. Judge Abbott, the republican judge of the Garden City district, which was abolished by the last legislature, will fight the law. According to the re publican papers he is loo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

10 THE ADYOOATE. OCT. 2 , A VERY TOUGH CROWD (V.jas to the Surface in Kansas When the State Was Eedeemed. Previous to the inauguration of the ycpdist administration in Kansas in but little attention had been paid l7t!x9 people of the state to the de 1.l3 of the state government; a few ;If -appointed leaders parcelled out the j Nonage as they saw proper, always with an eye to their own advantage end the future success of the party. They looked upon the offices as being thsira by right, and were not backward la creating new places for the faithful ttlica necessity required it. Since the time mentioned, however, a great change has taken place and the publication of what is known as ths 'Blue Book" by the popu'ist secre tary of state has thrown a flood of on this important question and every cross roads politician in the state is posted on the places to be filled, the s:,lary attached, etc. As a result of the redeemers being so well-informed on these matters there was the most disgracef...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

THE ADVOCATE. less. INSURANCE MONEY EXEMPT The District Court Decides That Insurance Honey Cannot Be Taken For Debts of Beneficiary. The district court of this county has again passed on the question of the taking of insurance money by garnish ment to satisfy the debts of the in sured. Some time ago the judge passed on a similar case, stating that he had spent about three months trying , to find some law that would enable him to hold the money for the deceased's beneficiary. He had failed. In the present case, however, he had better success. He now holds that the law of 1805, made especially to cover such cases, applies, and that as this case was be gun since the law was passed, it ap plied to this case. He held that the creditors of the beneficiary could not interfere with the payment of the amount of the policy by the companies. In the former case, which was begun prior to the session of the legislature, this law could not apply. This decision is a just one, and, if affirmed by th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

12 THE ADVOCATE. OCT. 2 HIS OPINION UNCHANGED. General Ives Says He Is Still For Free Coin age at 16 to 1. Tha Lyons Republican, a western ''2I&XL3&8 gold-bug sheet, recently quoted c Attorney General John N. Ives as a , rent convert to the gold standard iZii, because of the fact that his mine was producing more gold than silver. That gentleman immediately came fcsck with the following pointed re- marks: "The above is a fair sample of the ETgnments of the 'sound money' fcress. I have as much authority to say that Clzik Conklin, editor of the Republi can, has forbidden his wife and chil dren to eat white bread because Rice county has produced more yellow corn than wheat, as he has to make the above insinuation. While it is true that I am fortunately a part owner in a gold mine which caq produce gold at a cost not to exceed $4 per ouuce which sells for $20, 1 trust I am not - foolish or selQsh enough to wish to ar ray myself against all other legitimate industries. 1 would be ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

THE ADVOCATE. ic:t ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. DISXCTOBY. president J. F. Willi ts, MoLouth Vice President Mrs. Emmi Trondner. Carbondala Secretary J. B. French, Topeka Lecturer Hon. J. G. Otis, Topeka Assistant Lecturer C. W. Ames, Osborne MPABTMINT WOXX. BOABD. J. F. Maxey, Chairman r.... .Ottawa J. B. French, Secretary ;-T,0B?,k. J. P. Stephens Wellsytlle Mrs. Emma Trondner Carbondala Mrs. L. K. Fnrbeck Il Mra.K.M.Wardall Topeka it kit MANAGERS. Agriculture. ...A. F. Allen, Vinland Horticnlture :...J. H. Darche, Garnett Floriculture W. H. Gonitis, TeYis Bee-keeping. . .Mrs. Thoa. 8trawbridge, Ottawf Domestic Economy Mrs. Lydia E. Fnrbeck, Topeka Dairying Mrs. Blna A. Otis, Topeka Entertainments and Exhibits , Mrs. Emma Trondner, Carbondala Improved Farm Machinery.. J. F. Maxey, Ottawa Political Economy and ParllamentaroLews J. p. Stevens, Wellsvllle Co-operate Commerce and Finance Robert Hanson, Concordia Fire Insurance EL Baujihman, Bnrrton Life Insurance 8. D. Cooley, Topeka General C...

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

14 THE ADVOOATS, OCT. S POPULIST LEAGUE. An. Interesting Discussion of Party Qnes . Hons and Policy. Tta attendance at the meeting of thopnlhtleagne, Tuesday night, was t :ry much better than usual. The 'rating was addressed by G. 0. Clem LT3 and Mrs. Annie L. Diggs. llr. Clemens said, among other this 53 : "The people's party needs nothing so ranch as a vigorous kicker, and I era going to take that part myself this evening. "At Omaha, in 1892, reform forces formed 'a partnership. The question Door Is, will that partnership be dis solved in Kansas. If the preamble of the Omaha platform was true in 1892, it is now. Will the support ot free sil ver alone call us back from the verge of moral and political ruin? I say cot. "Moral ruin and corruption have tasked the ermine of the bench; I re to the income-tax decision of the csprema' court of the United States. We must push government ownership. -Free silver alone will not prevent the corruption that the Omaha platform Utta of. "Within t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

One copy of "Tha Dead Line," Clem ens' Kansas story, which was published in the Advocate last year, goes free with a dollar subscription to the Advo cate. Paper and book may go to sepa rate addresses. I SAVE YOUR A Handsome and Durable Sewing Machine for -$5.0CH TO Is oar Sleeping Car Bate on the Phillips-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. You hare a special manager on the car all the way. and ex nrsions ran twice a week.. leaving Kansas City every Wednesday running via Topeka. Wichita, Ft. Worth and El Paso, to i Los Anpeles, a superb Southern route, re-1 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.R.6. R. R.) the only line through Salt Lake, to San Francisco and Los Angeles. Save mo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 October 1895

T 12113 ADVOCATE. market REPOsrra Eansas City Lire Stock. II4ST3A3 Cm, Sept. 3a Cattle Receipts, lltO: oal703,l,30; shipped Saturday, 8,735 cat tl.i, 119 calves. The market was generally sbw and steady on steers and weak on cows. 11:3 following are representative sales: SEX?ma AND DBX9SXD Bllf STJtXBS. ' U . Ave. Price. No. Ave. Pries, 41.. 1,335 11.63 I TEXAS AND INDIAN STUBS. 27... 1,053 f3.03 23 1,175 $3.00 1 1,115 2.85 108 809 2.74 grs m 125 I WESTERN OOW3. 10 1,0'8 12.50 109 781 2.40 47 7ii 2.40 55 813 2.4d 8 843 ti&0 1.4 1,000 2.50 47 802 10 SI 804 2.40 COLORADO STEXItS. S3 1,294 3.& sorjTHWSsTiaa stubs. 19 773 ti4 ARIZONA BTJIBS. 47 1.171 $2-93 5W MEXICO 8TJSIE3. 75 fed. .....1,161 13.25 1 113 880 12.53 NEW MEXICO COWS. 155 620 $2.20 1 130 627 12.20 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 81 ht 775 12.85 20 hf 765 $2.85 1 80 2.50 1 830 $2.35 32 721 2.25 81 683 2.20 fc 707 2.20 30 687 1.8S COW3 AND HEIFERS. 4.. 757 $3.80 2 1,130 $2.75 1 1,010 2.75 16 828 2.70 24 874 2.65 6 1.186 2.65 2...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

VOL. VIL, NO. 41. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 9, 1895. $1.00 A YEAR. DOWN IN OLD ALABAMA Cleveland's Secretary of the Navy Takes His Nerve. There Where the Gold Policy Has Done More Injury Than War, He Speaks for Its Continuation. . Montgomery, Ala., October 4. Secretary Herbert delivered an address at the theater to-night in favor of Che administration's financial policy. A large audience was present, including many women. Secretary Herbert, in opening, de clared that the question whether the United States government ought to un dertake the free, independent and un limited coinage of silver was in itself the most important question "we have had before us since the great campaign of 1374, when we took issue with the carpet-bagger, who was then dominat ing our state, and on the conclusion arrived at may depend the supremacy of the democratic party "in the United States for years to come." He then said that he approached the question as a bimetallism He was also a democrat who had always ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

THE ADVOO.A.TEi. OCT.- mm. A M SYNOPSIS OF PBEVIOUS CIIAPTEBS. The Overtons and Fauntleroya are rival claimants for a valuable tract of Iron ore land , Is Tennessee. Major Francis Overton, a man of threescore and ten, U 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 chtming law yer named Hawkins Is trying to get the Over ton Intents' out of the way. CHAPTERS III. and IV. Fauntleroy meets with an accident while riding to Major Overton's house, Rldsre ley. and Is rescued from a deiperate situation by the major's granddaughter, Dare, lie Is t ken to Rid geley In the absence of the master. V. and VI Major Overton surprl-es Dare wills she 1 )&na over the Injured man to ban dge h a wounds. The defence of the Overton claim and hatred of the Fauntlerov- are a ma nia with him, not solely becauss of the fortune lavulved. but for the family honor as well, lis has just returned from a trying interv...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

THE ADVOOAT23. I tell ye thax ain't no safe way but the Woody one." An I tell you, yon fool, ' ' said a deep er voice, "if harm conies to her, terso much as a hair of her head, we'll all have our trouble fer our pains. The fel ler dat's got most er de money we're so anxious he should spend here is plumb crazy about her. The man dat touches her is as sure ter swing: fer it as de spendin of a million dollars can make him. I know, fer H , yo' know who, told me dat was in de game. Ef he don't git her, most lik' he'll quit de country. I say de thing ter do is keep 'em here, keep 'em comfortable, treat 'em lik' flghtin cocks, but keep 'em close till they're willin ter agree ter hold their tongues." "That'dbe eenabout always. Man, yo' don't know them Overtoils. Bad as I hate 'em fer their high headed, high handed ways, I know they're game, ain't afeared o' man ner devil and wouldn't budge a hair from what they said wus right fer all dis world, with de next thrown in. Talk about makin terms...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

'1 OCT. 9 AL7D TOPEKA TEIBUHE. , . n. iz,. r. a. PtTBLISHID KVIBT WlDNXSDAY BT musmm fublishm co.. Sooma 43 nd 45 Columbian B'ldg, TOPXKA, - - KANSAS. ADVERTISING BATES. EIejIs Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents r agate Hue, (14 lines to Inch). Beading notlaef,80 cents per line, (connt lines). Copy or electro should reach this office Mon day morning to Insure Insertion in following sue. Electros musthtYO metal base,13-em columns Inches ). $1.00 PER YEAR, Entered at thepostofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. 'We dxmand the free and limited coiwagjc 07 silvzb and gold at the prxseht legal. ratio of 18 to 1 Omaha Populist Platform. Yes, by all means, let's annex Cuba and make the population of the rich little. island help pay off Mr. Cleve land's bonds. . The next time a newly-elected Kan sas governor outlines his policy the people will wait to see how nearly he lives up to his plans before they cheer. There ought to be a grand jubilee at Washington this month. The gov e...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

1895. BUNCOMBE IN TEXAS. Should the state of Texas be visited by a destructive drouth, or floods, such as would cause famine or great distress among the people, it isdoubtful whether public sentiment would bring enough pressure to bear on the gover nor to make him call a special session of the legislature for the relief of those people. Yet such is the peculiar con dition of public morals in these latter days that Governor Culberson has called a special session of the Texas legislature for the sole purpose of mak ing a law to prevent a proposed prize fight. It was proposed to have a prize fight at the Dallas exposition thjs fall. A large percentage of the citizens of the state are opposed to it, and after a great deal of agitation the governor arrayed himself with this class and de clared that there should be no such exhibition. In order to test the law on the subject a fight between two obscure persons was arranged and the partici pants were arrested. The highest criminal court in ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

OCT. 9 THE UNEXPECTED. It Happened to Be the Two Conspirator, Elfclcs and Williamson. "OaMay 23, 1877, Mr. Stephen B. tU3 had applied to have a private trrvcythat had been made by Wii I'na W. Griffin in 1870, in the interest cl the srract claimant," and embracing icne 1,800,000 acres, adopted and ap proved as the official survey of this claics, and on May 28, 1877, the sur veyor general had, apparently without instructions, entered into a contract with said Griffin and Charles II. Fitch for a survey of said claim. The spe cial instructions submitted with the contract for approval were found ob jectionable, and the proposition of Mr. ELtfns to formally accept the Griffin frarvsy was considered Impracticable." Commissioner Sparks. SANTA FE CONSPIRACY. While Congressman Elkins was con spiring with Commissioner William Eon at Washington ; for "a survey thereof," lion. T. 13. Catron (Steve's partner), who held the tax-title certifi ed, was at the same time conspiring "with the surveyor g...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 7 THE WESTERN STATES Send Their Ablest Commercial Hustlers to the Topeka Conference. A great gathering of representative men from the western states and terri tories was the western states confer ence in Topeka this week. Not so great in point of numbers as in the rustling and talking qualities of the delegates. They were here to talk up and promote schemes, and they did it. It took sometime for the delegates to come to an understanding as to what they were here for. Some thought it was to ask for further appropriations from congress to deepen the harbors of the Texas gulf coast, while others thought the main object of the meet ing was to start a boom for an expos!- tion at Galvestion. This latter was Governor Culberson's main idea when he wrote Governor Morrill, on August 21, asking him to call a conference, and acting on the request Governor Mor rill issued the call. Other northern delegates who had become so . used to attending deep-harbor conventions in the days go...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

3 TKCE ADVOCATE. OCT. 9 KANSAS NOTES. Stockton has a curfew ordinance. The Greenleaf Journal has suspended publication. The city of Newton ha3 bought its water works plant. Will Taylor, or Wellington, has loased the Caldwell News. The democrats of Sherman county have a full ticket In the field. Nineteen divorce suits are on the Labette county court docket. The gentleman to whom Miss Morrill 13 to be married is a Catholic. An 811,000 poorhouse has just been completed in Marshall county. The much-talked-about republican rally at Columbus was a failure. Eugene Ware is getting ready to publish a new volume of poems. - The St. John News (rep.) says the money quebtlon is a "side issue." The Atchison Champion ' says Mor rill will be a candidate for senator. The state photographers held a con vention at Wichita, October 1 and 2. Judge Martin will not take any active part in the present campaign. The county attorney of Cowley county is going after Arkansas City joints. The Million club's spe...

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

THE ADVOOATE, r 18H. sheriff, E. J. Watkins; surveyor, J. Zerbe; coroner, Dr. L. E. Vermillion; .commissioner Third district, F. II. Lamberson. The Wellington water company shut down October 1 because the city re fused to pay hydrant rentals. The city authorities have taken possession of the plant and will operate it until the courts pass on questions growing out of the troubles. If the people use good judgment they will own that plant at an early day. At the Lincoln county populist con vention the following ticket was named ; Clerk, D. E. Books: sheriff, Thos. Mul loy; register of deeds, T. B. Perkins; treasurer, G. T. Metzger; surveyor, A. E. Bishop; coroner, J. S. Strange; com missioner, E. M. Ellis. Speeches were made by Hon. William Baker and Hon. John J. Lambert. Deputy Warden Dave Nail), of the penitentiary, says his salary ought to be $2,000 instead of $1500.. If Naill would put m more time earning his present salary his remarks would come with better grace. If he don't like...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

10 THE ADVOCATE. OCT. 9 Gflfif! 0 SEPARATOR 0 PATEBT8, Important Decree and Injunctions in Centrifugal Cream Separator Infringement Litigation. "ALPHA" DE LAVAL PATENTS SUSTAINED.. THE D3 LAVAL COMPANY, by advice of counsel, begs to announce for the Information and further caution of all whom the facta may concern, several decisions In Us pending Patent Right litigation, of Interest and Importance to users and Intending barer of Centrifugal Cream Separators. On June 18th, Judge Coxe, sitting In the U. 8. Circuit Court for the Northern District of New York, at Canandalgua, N. Y., granted a decree, Inclusive of a perpetual injunction, sus taining the material claims of the von Bechtolshelm patent, better and commercially known as the "Alpha" De Laval Patent. In the suit of the De Laval Separator Company, of New York, against 8amuel Hctchkiss, of Delaware county, N. Y., who had been making and selling a cream separator with an interior bowl device, thus held to infringe the "Alpha" pat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

THE. ADVOCATE. 12-4 The Overton Claim. (Continued from page 3.) CHAPTER XXITL "We must bring him here and at once. It is the only thing to do, " Vanco Baid to Major Overton as the straggling daylight fell full on the tall, dead man, so straight and stock and stilL The old man nodded, saying: "Yea It will take half a day to get out of this wilderness. Besides we could never carry him, and to come back' ' ho stopped with a half shudder "is im possible and impolitic, ' ' Vance finished. Even as they spoke came a noise of pick and shovel outside. Dozens of rusty tools lay under the rotting sheds about, and willing hands were plying them to put out of sight the poor, reckless creature, who had paid the fullest penalty of his sins. By time the sun was above the tree tops a long grave had been scooped in the little glade back of the old house. Dare at the springside, her face, her hands, refreshed and spotless, turned to Allen, saying softly: "Ask them, please, grandfather and Mr. Hildreth...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

12 THE ADVOCATE. OCT. 9 EDUCATION NECESSARY. liberal Education and Tolerance Will Pro Bern the Government la aa opening; address to the stu fonta of the Kansas Stata university, delivered at that institution October 4, . J. Willis Gleed discussed the uses of a liberal education, using as ra text the question, "What does the business world think of a liberal education?" Along with the many things which Mr. Gleed said with no other object than to entertain his audience, he sandwiched coma remarks that would naturally tend to set them thinking in. the right direction. He expressed no definite conclusions, but left that for the stu dents to do as they liked. On the sub ject of political ecoaomy, he did not explain how colleges could mftke pro gress la that direction while using the works of Adam Smith or some other fossil of the last century as a text-book. Ha referred to the "free trade heresy," by way of illustration, but did not ven ture to explain that the ablest political economist...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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