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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

V0L.VIL,N0.43. BEPORTS ON KANSAS CROPS Tt9 Agricultural Bureau Is Enlightened by the Beport of a Special Agent. Washington, October 19. -When Secretary Morton assumed charge of the Agricultural Department there was at Garden City, Kas., a grass and forage experiment farm -which had cost between 820,000 and $30,000. He decided that it was more of an expense than a necessity and discontinued it. Eecently he directed a special agent to make investigations at Garden City and report to the department upon the conditions there. The report has been received from Manhattan, Kas. It says: "At Garden City I saw the old grass garden and the old State Experi ment Station. No credence whatever is to be given to Dr. Sewall's reports of his work, for he did nothing but draw his pay. Hungarian brome grass was not a success in that region, and is not now, for it is quickly . run out by buffalo grass. Sewall was a politician and was interested in Garden City financially. All his reports were for the ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

ADVOOATE. OCTOBER 23, IITAIN ANDREWS. J -llvo ol the Executive Mansion . Tilth Commissioner Wll rr v., et al, to Steal Pabllc V; :.: i4 $1 ft HbxIcsjb Grant. . i -rit. No. 39. was in New ' ScZ joined tha alleged Max . iUa the south. Nolan grant, . h at South Pueblo, Colorado, t :;o grants were before Congress : 3 time for confirmation. .'7:1 confirmed the million-acre i nnt in Colorado, No. 48, for 1 1; . s-48,000 acrea with this i V J, Ji'wewr, That whoa said landa are "r-ui, surveyad and patented, tney 1 1 j 1 .13 and taken to be Jin fall satlafao cf all further claims and demands upon Ultud States. . ..'j provision was interpreted by i shsicner Williamson, July 1, 1870, JjIIctw: Jjlza cbim, No. 48, in the State of ' , r Jo, Ulnar fully satisfied, that em . "3 in surveying contract with u. Eliins and Marmon (Nolan :tP No. 39, In New Mexico) has no , I status." s a result of this correct interpre 1 -, j cf esid proviso Nolan grant, No. , la New Mexico, was treated and 1 entries all...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

1SC3. ADVOCATE. OTHER'S MISFOBTOTES Denver Tax-title It'aagrsat scheme, and tha parties 1 Municipal Ownership of Public Utilities. who profit b7 it Bra the men who traffio la other people's misfortune. From tha awards made yeaUrday it would appear that on Mstzler Li an aotiva individual. At any rata, tha County Treasurer frequently announced Vizi. Sold to Metaler. Then one of tha buyers would yell, Afford a Living for the Sharks. In a back room sjparatad from tha main office of tha county treasurer a Boene is daily enaoted that caussa great merriment to the select audience in attendance, but which brings Borrow to many a family in Denver and vicinity. "Mitchell's turn nex and aura enough People who are too poor to stand tha I the following pioca would be atruok off atrain imposed by the gang in tha way I to Mitchell. of exorbitant taxes to mast tha annual "Vizi, Baok," said the Tress mr. outlay of extravagance at the court house I This was regarded is a great joke, and ara having th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

PES 23 ADVOOATSD. -HID TOPEEA TEEBUIfE. II. Ii. I. A. Puitiea ao Evxst Wbdmsdat bt SHE MCC1IE PDSLlSlffifi CO.. 601 Jackson Street, 10PEXA, - KANSA& JLDTEHTI31NQ EAT23. Single Insertion: Display matter, 13 cents r ajUte Has, (l ,ln6e 10 lnch- Redln notices, 80 cent per Une, (count lines. Copy or electro should reach tali oflct Mon day morning to insure Insertion In following Electros musi aT metal bae,13-eia columns (lj inches). 131.00 PER YEAB, Entered at the postofflce at Topekft, Zuun. as eecond class matter. T7 E DEMAND THX FRXE ADD TOLIMITSD coi2ugs of silver and gold at th2 f31sx2w legal ratio of 16 to 1. Omasa Populist Platfoem. Bean-soup Atkinson haa signified hi j ' approval of Carlisle's financial scheme to sell bonds and retire United States treasury notes. What more Is wanting? The question, Why do American women crave titles of nobility? proves to be as much of a problem as that more ancient one, Why should the plrit of mortal be proud? " Oh xtixt tide, except In th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

THE jiDVOQ .APIS. NOTES AND COMMENT. A soap trust is being organized. m Edward Bellamy will publish another book. The California State Alliance met Octo ( ber 14. Omaha's Deputy City Treasurer is short 120,000. Comptroller Eckels wants to be Governor of Illinois. Iowa Populists expect to poll 75,000 to 100,000 votes. National silver conference will be held December 17. Milwaukee celebrated its fiftieth anni versary October 18. The opposition candidates refuse to meet Coxey in Joint debate in Ohio. A reform press association is being or ganized in South Dakota. ' A statue of Benjamin Franklin Is to be erected in a Chicago park . Minneapolis, Minn., wants the People's Party national , convention . The Mississippi Populists are making a very lively and telling campaign . California raised as much wheat this year as the Argentine Republic did. It is stated that the Vanderbilts are try ing to get control of the Union Pacific. Dick Bland will begin a Southern and Southwestern lecturing to...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

G fi'lrllB ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 23, iT tlo wcrli could , . i.u o mere humiliating Ilea to the corrupt Influences i.i7 ce than that jWbich character lii3 the acts and utterances of United States "officials in these degenerate days. A striking example of this offi cial prostitution to the money power la found in a speech of Secretary Carlisle at a dinner of the Massachusetts Re form Club in the city of Boston on Saturday, October 12. In this speech Mr. Carlisle said: Tba first great mistake la oar currency leg islation was made la the act of March 17, 1862, which authorized the Secretary of the Treas ury to issue United 8tates notes to the amount of 1130,000,000. This was a radical and danger ous departure from true financial principles, If not a serious Infraction of the legislation of the United States. This depreciated paper, at course, expelled specie from circulation, but as the government had not promised to redeem it at any partlcularjtimejt subjected the traaa ury department to n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

1SC5. THE ADVOOATIj. SOME INSIDE VIEWS. A Few Choice Stories on the Redeemer Crowd. One of the causes assigned for Joe Hudson's financial embarassment is the publication of George T. An thony's communications. Anthony writes often and much. He can't tell a story briefly, like an ordinary citizen. He scorns less than two columns. When Anthony unburdens himself, the reportorial force of the Capital takes a vacation. Hudson prints every thing he sends in, It is said that An thony will not give the reporters a piece of news unless they will promise to print it in full, just as he writes it. Very few reporters will do this, there fore Hudson's paper has numerous in surance scoops dangling from its' belt. The composition on Anthony's contri buttons figure up to an amazing sum every month. J. L. Bristow and Charley Martin are enemies. They have a natural dis like for each other, and it was intensi fied a year ago when Martin was given a clerkship by the Republican State central committee, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

TS-I23 ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 23, . "iljjfos says ha i3 out of politics . :a U a flaxtow factory at Fort - :t will have a waterworks ' ri postoffice has been dlscon . ? :3 ere 150 artesian wells in Meade . ' i fiila of Anheuser hop ale in To . .i 1 j decreasing. ) 13 the name of a new postoffice .' " -aiphan county. i',.aton is organizing a fire depart tt'.cce it! recent fire. j;3 Million Club train will leave . , s: a worth, the 21th Inst. .1 jsnttentlary convict has presented . , orner Morrill with a cane. ' ren prominent citizens of Law sj died the last six mouths. '2 rj Topeka dam project is again en ; - sa undisturbed slumber. Oriwatomie schools are closed on :;3Mt of a diphtheria epidemic. Vfco Reform school is to be given .'. Itiry uniforms by the redeemers, representative Bone was married wlober 16 to Miss Lutle McConnell. W. II. McBride, ex-Insurance Com iKlonsr, has located at Seattle, 7ash, Wlshita is to have a bicycle ordl flimllar to the one in force in Tha Topeka pension of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

THE ADVOOAT was 33.79, while the Rustler's bill was 33 50. And still some people are foolish enough to state that it does not pay the taxpayer to vote the Populist ticket. The case in the United States court against J.' M. Hagaman, of the Con cordis Blade, in which he was charged with sending obscene matter through the mails, ha3 been dismissed. The case was based on some remarks he made in regard to Troutman. Superintendent ' Stewart, of the Olathe Deaf and Dumb Institute, was not removed when his term expired some time ago. The Board requested him to stay until such time as a worthy successor could be found and elected. The change will not occur until Decern ber. The Republic county Populist con vention nominated the following ticket October 12: Treasurer, H. A. Baxter; Sheriff, A. B. Brpsh; Clerk, A. Elling son; Register of Deeds, A. B. Cheney; Surveyor, D. A. Davies; Cor oner, Dr. J. II. Mallory; Commissioner, G. W. Cowle. A Wichita girl rode a distance of thirty miles in two ho...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

10 THE ADVOCATE. 0CT0BEX1 23, KANSAS'" POPULATION. 500 800 Tli 1895 Census Completed and the Fig: urea Given by Counties. Tha Kansas Board of Agriculture, which the law requires to supervise the taking and compilation of the State s census each tenth year following 1875, baa completed the tabulation of inhab itants es returned by the assessors for 1SC3 and below is given the reBults.by counties, with the Increase or decrease in each as compared with the enuroera tion of one year ago. Forty counties show an increase of from 11 to 4,144, aggregating 30,216, and sixty-one coun ties a decrease of 2 to 2,988, aggregat In 2 33.909. The net decrease within tha very trying year between March, 1894, and March, 1895, is shown to have been but 3,603. After deducting all losses from all causes during that period the net increase in population since the State census of 1885 Is found tobe6r),138. During pre ceding year. County. Population. Inc. Dee. Allen....: 13,111 811 Anderson 18,457 182 Atchi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

THE JIDVOOTEl. ltt& How to Economize. '. There is no falser economy than to buy Inferior goods, and this rule holds pood for food as well as for clothes. . A good material looks well to the end, and can be washed or cleaned and made up again in various. ways. It is better to have one well made dress of good material than two or three badly-made of poor 6tuff, which will look shabby and untidy after wearing once or twice. When dusting or sweeping an apron should 'always be worn, and for any very dirty work it is a good plan to change the dress, and wear an old one kept entire ly for that purpose. In household matters there are hun dreds of ways in which economy can be practiced. For instance, in any room ithat is much used a rug or strip of car !pet laid down near the door, where the most wear comes, will save the carpet nd make it last twice as long. ; White tablecloths should always have table napkins spread at the end where the carving goes on, so that in case of any gravy bei...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

ADVOOATB. OCTOBER 23, Will. It Bo Too Late? cs Advocate: Tha Farmers' . , j resiled ; tha middlemen " v. They . denounced all between r;y.;ri:!a;r and consumer. They 1 V.4 their stores and State ex- They fought the merchants . 'pnksd them almost every i ) v.: sit, In principle the most of v,rj rlht. No doubt the raer- ...'.a Incsneral made money while Mrsexs barely made a living, or H';icnto the wall. No doubt !, r.,at profits were made by al r, i rsrybody who was a middleman, i 7 movement bad been an unqual- i'zzzcr.3 and the farmers had rh:d in pccseasion of all victories , than, all would have been well a Lzsic principles of the move :. n grounded in absolute right pctlce. But the farmers did not h, or rather never became, a A. They divided sufficiently so s v rchsnts became an important If cot, indeed, the holders of 1 '"'.nice of power, when the test of h U made at the polls. As a 'jcJ tha warfare against the mer :-t they are largely against the L':t3. In this county (Russell),...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

ADVOOATS. iff. ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. D1SECT0SI. President J. F. Willi U, McLonUi Vice President , , Mrs. Emm. Troudner. Carbondale Secretary, J. B. French, Topeka Lecturer Hon. J. G.Otis, Topeka Assistant Lecturer U. W. Ames, Osborne DIPA2TH1NT WOSX. B0A2D. J. ?. Mexey, Chairman Ottawa J. B. French, Secretary ...Topeka J. P. Stephens Wellsville Mrs. Emm Troudner Carbondale Mrs. 1 E. Fnrbeck I0 Mra.E.M.Wardall Topeka STATS MAN1GIX8. Aaflcnltnre. A. F. Allen, Vinl and Horticulture J. H. Darche, Garnets Floriculture W. H. Coultls.Teyis Bee-keepin. . .Mrs. Thos. Strawbridge, OtUwr Domestic Economy .4- , Mrs. Lydls K. Furbeck, Topeka Dairying Mrs. Blna A. Otis, Topeka Entertainments and Exhibits.. .. Mrs. Bmma Troudner, Carbondale Improved Farm Machinery.. J. F.Maxey, Ottawa Political Economy and Parliamentary Laws J. P. Stevens, Wellsville Co-operate Commerce and Finance. .. Bobert Hanson, Concordia Fire Insurance H. Baughman, Bnirton Life Insurance 8.D. Cooley.Topeka General Cultuio...M...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

OCTOBER, , ,11, t. iiMwrnm jmu 70 mi Latest and Best Cook Book Published. -WITH THE ADVOCATE DDE YEAR EZ M TflH JIB VO O JT 12; dally adapted to the Advocate trade. They are not worth ) nor 50; neither are they the cheap affairs so widely adver .1 at 2 and $3. But they are what most retailers sell at $20 r" Men's Hunting Case, Premier. M en's Open Face (We now have this face ra ad with plain figures). Our most popular watch. Hantlnit Case. (Same size with hand soiaa open face at same price.) These are very handsome cases, and the buyer can choose the Waltham, Elgin, Hampden, Columbus, Or Springfield Stem-wind and Stem-set Movement (7 Jewels), or ...STANDARD... PHILADELPHIA 1TOST, II JEWELS. These watches look like gold watches, and to all outward appearances resemble a gold watch worth 1150 or 1200 The outside of the watch IS GOLD, but underneath la alloy. The caoes are warranted for five years, and with good care will last a life-time. ' ft 7 ST E 0 Th Adtocati one year and the Pre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

.1 THE ADTOOATE. 15 NEY o SAVE MO J TO ' Is our Sleeping Car Rate oa the Phllllpa-Rock Island Tourist Excursions, from Kansas City and kindred distant cities on the route of this ear, to San Francisco and Lot Angeles. The can have upholstered spring seats, are Pull man build and appointment perfect. You hare a special manager on the car all the way, and excursions run twice a week, leaving Kansas City every Wednesday running Tia 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. & 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. J.NO. SEBASTIAN, G. P. Ju Chicago. SOLID -FROM- KANSAS CITY and St. JOSEPH -TO ST. LOUIS, OaiOAQO, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 23 October 1895

10 0CT0BD& Wuu a. Cotrs. Ecbt. E. Cox. Fred If. Bishop. CIj A III EJTT23 EOAP. Saassa City Mva Stock CliTSls CXTT, Oct 21. Cattle Receipts, since Saturday, 8.&iS; calves, 145. shipped Saturday, 1,637 cattle, 150 calves. Native cat were steady; Texans strong to lOo higher. The following are representative sales: SEIPPUJO AND DHZ33SD BBS? 8TEEft.1 No. Ave. Price. I No. Ave. Price. . S3 ..,.1,3 til I 68 1,206 91.1k 6 1.823 4.00 40 1,36 IIXA3 AND INDIAN ETIEBS. 5..... 1,029 1103 73 l.iws aos 77 1,033 3.05 29.......... m tfli) 77 1.0)3 $3 05 78.... ...... 1,05-i 3.07 147 1.1J3 2.95 21 1,018 Z.W WISTIBH COWS. 18 hf m 12.70 I 17 87112.29 &)8 76 2.15 1 218 .... 7s3 Zli TXXA3 AND- INDIA COW3. 7..... 853 12. 3 10 7 2.3J - 29 774 2.13 31 ... 751 2.03 cows and Hiffiaa 4 17 12.33 793 z.a 40 mix,. 5 793 2.13 812 2.0J 2 945 13.00 8 901 2.73 2 1,190 2.73 1 1,!!W 2.83 2 540 2.40 13 823 2.35 ... 1,140 2.30 1 980 2.15 1 l.Oi) 2.15 i 780 a 10 2 895 13.00 1 1,250 4.75 1 1,010 2.70 6. . ........

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

V0L.VIL,N0.44. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 30, 1895. $1.00 A YEAH- WANTS TO MEET EARLY. Free Silver "Democrat" Representative Wants an Early Convention. Springfield, 111., October 27. If the silver Democracy has any say In the matter, the merchants and business men of the country who favor a short Presidential campaign will be disap pointed. At least this is the view of the matter taken by W. II. Hinrichsen, Secretary of State, chairman of the Democratic State central committee and one of the principal spokesmen for the free silver Democracy of the West. "I see from the papers," he said, "that the Republican National conven tion will probably be held J une 10. This would naturally bring the Demo cratic convention at an earlier date. The party in power has, as a rule, held its convention first, the reason gener ally assigned being that it assumes to be the stronger and should take the offensive. Iam at all times in favor of the Democratic convention being held first. There is an advantag...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

07231:22 ADVOOATl OCTOBER 20, FINANCIAL REFORM. ' BY J. W. FORESf: Demonetize Both Gold and Silver: Tha experience of the past two years ', i demonstrated that oar financial 1 "ra Is not what it should be. Wiser a than I have proposed plana that .. i v think will prove an effectual ; .;:edy for whatever is wrong, but not- -..Ilhstanding their superior wisdom z.ni experience I shall propose one that itriies me as better than any other ttzt I have seen; one that I think will ir.-intain perfect parity between gold mi silver without free coinage of sil- Vv.r; that will keep the government trciacry constantly supplied with an Abundance .'of gold without borrowing a Collar's worth, and will furnish and maintain an abundant paper circula tlcn with every dollar as good a3 any other dollar without bribing a syndi cita of money monopolists not to break in providing a circulating medium b I?, used as money three things are i'.'j:ntlal: first, a stable and non-fluctu-'Ltlag value; second, quant...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

T223 ADVOCATE, ing It to go to a premium over other kinds of money. This would soon re suit in withdrawing nearly all the gold in the country from circulation, mak ing a serious contraction of the cur rency with great danger of a panic. In connection with my plan concern ing gold, I would have the government accept silver bullion in exchange for legal tenders, in the same way as they would with gold, after Congress had established such a legal price for silver as could be maintained without "mak ing this the dumping ground for for eign silver," say 80, 90, 100 or 110 cents per ounce, and since the price is to be es tablished arbitrarily, I would not split a grain into small fractions for the sake of making a dollar buy exactly as much silver as it did fifty years ago or making the dollar's worth of silver weigh exactly the same as the Spanish milled dollar of a hundred years ago I would make the price some even figures per ounce without regard to the crime of 1873; I believe that if...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

OCTOBER 0, AIID TOPEKA TRIBUNE. IT. XI. P. A. Published Svxsy Widn'isdat bt 2HS- ADYOCATE PDBLIS1I5 CO.. 501 Jackson Streat, TSPIXA, , - . - KANSAS. ADVERTISING XIAT23. E la gle Insertion: Display matter, IS cents i r agate line, (H lines to Inch). Beading i. is,80 cents per lime, (count lines). Ccpy or electro should reach this office Mon- " 7 uornlng to Insure Insertion In following i .-a. L!oetroa muthav metal bass, 13-em columns (';,'4 Inches). $1.00 PEIt YEAR, if liarad at thepostofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. T7e dxmahd xhx free and unlimitid ccltac3 07 silveb and gold at thb legal ratio of 16 to 1. Oaha Populist Platfobm. Several Interesting communica tion? necessarily go over this week for V7&at of space. L? there were money enough to do business on a cash basia there would caver be any financial panics. In his address at the Atlanta expo sition last Wednesday President Cleve land' said something about the golden rate, and all the bond brokers who were...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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