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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

THIS ADVOCATE. 1835. some on the poor erery year. Some way must be found to make the wealth of the country bear its just share of the public taxes. The income-tax decis ions are notice of , the task before us. Populists must declare themselves on this subject anew. And executi ye and judieial usurpations must be treated with ungloved hands. And with the growth of commerceour foreign rela tions are becoming more and more in teresting. These and kindred matters will have to be considered by the reso lutions committee. The great present is too big to justify our party in ignor ing any of its distinguishing features We want plainness, so that our prin ciples shall receive the same construe tion everywhere; and we want fullness in order to cover all that is or may be involved in oir demands. When the "Carpenter's Son" undertook to apply the fundamental principle of Chris tianity to the practical life of men, he put it in two applications love to God and love to man. The one great, basic ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

TEC IS ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 30, IT KNOW THE PRINCIPLES OB ISACTICES OF HIS OWN PASTY. Democratic anil Populist parties are ' :her apart la principles than any other two -j la this country. The one believes In -: ttra 9 Individualism and the other believe . .'sirsme paternallam. J?mporia. JiepuMfcan, '..Ur23. It i3 somewhat remarkable that a " :i can be Identified with the Repub lican party as Jong aa the editor of the UubUcan has been and still not I now the principles and practices of iL 3 party. If there is one thing more ih::n another for which that party has always been distinguished it is its pa tirnalism. This may be regarded by : ir. Eskridge as an extravagant state ment; but let us see if it is not true. Let us take the liquor business as cur first example. The internal reve st: 3 laws require every distiller to pro 's iia a warehouse for the storage of his product in bond. The government of U,3 United States employs and pays, for each of these warehouses, a store keeper and a ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

1805 I am one who be lloves In war aa an ed ucator, as a pari of our public echool sys tem. We should have a war every generation bo as to make our peo ple patriotic Sooner or later the United States will have an other war. I hope we will have It noon. We need it. There la oc casion this very day for a war, and we ought to open it In times of peace social lam and anarchism as sail the flag; In times of war they don't. So cialism is simply or ganized Indolence ; an archy Is only disap pointed avarice. 'In times of peace we have them both. A doae of war cures both of these evils. There are before me captaina and colo nels, and to them will be confided the safety of this flag and the honor of this country. These young men are from a fighting race, and a fighting State, and will do them selves Justice when the time arrives. And the young ladles who are present will see that they do, for women are always pa trio tic Eugene F. Ware to the pupils in the Topeka High school October 7, 1305. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

THE ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 30, ' MNSASN0TE3. A creamery company Is being organ- it Helton. 'L'.: Hock Island is boring for arte i :itzx at Herlngton. "wTy Populist . exchange contains . : imaging reports of political condl- Cherry trees were reported to be In ; cra In various parts of the State last Y.tfiaV Th3 Northeast Kansas Medical So t;?yhad a meeting at Whiting Octo- Dr. Mabel1 Spencer has been ap- minted county physician of Riley 'ccaaty. Th3 gold-bug crowd regard Calder . , as an available candidate for Senator. Th3 Topeka Capital says there are joints running on Kansas avenue ii?cpeka. It 13 eaid that work on the Hutchin :: a, Oklahoma & Gulf extension will L?',aatonce. C.W.Mitchell, an insurance man, f.:.3 been appointed receiver of the l,tt Scott bank. Th3 Atchison Champion believes C..t:f Justice Martin will have 150,000 r;:.j:rity this fall. Tha Little Arkansas Is being stocked r.ith fish near Halstead by the State Tirh Commissioner, Tha Wichita Deacon wants the peo Vb t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

1805. 0 THE ADVOCATE. SOME INSIDE TIEWS. Interesting Observations of Things Known In and About the Capitol. Attorney General Dawes did not "have time" to look after the insane asylum investigation, so the Governor appointed redeemer W. A. S. Bird, of Topeka, and paid him a fee of $500 out of his contingent fund. Governor Morrill believes in running a "busi ness" administration on a cash basis, with lots of cash. V Prof. 0. C. Hill, Executive Clerk in the Governor's office, has introduced his series of readers in the Beform School. It is said that when the Gov ernor named the new officers for the Beform School the understanding was that they would use the Professor's bocks. V J. B. Burton has a scheme to buy the Topeka Capital with the help of the Mulvanes. It is said that the Mul vanes have been backing Burton In his numerous ditch enterprises with the understanding that he will work for irrigation legislation if he be suc cessful in his Senatorial fight. The Cfapital, Burton thinks...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

10 OCTOBER 30, THE ADVOCATE, 103 110 Let Us Line Up on Every Issue. '"ZToaa of tht great piwara hit eaked ;-?.r v-srnisatoa, nor th consent of each :.;"V..r, to cstabliah whatever money eya- a they tbonsrht best for their own ia ' ,X V7hat we need ia thia country is ' revival cf a diatino, robust, aggres Amr'cnism tb spirit of the I :rcs i '76 and '61 W are tha rlh 4 v; tha roos . populous (?) and powerful of Christian nations. N other people Lava jkd us what they might do with their finance, avd we are aoog enough f,j Atab'ih nuw without tOring them " Him. John J, Ingalli in September, 1805. It ia not fair far any ona to aay that I If. Iasalla is not honest, and yet, aa ha h a publio man, it ia competent to ask 3 what ona of his many statements ha ellcs-sta rely when hfsf&ta asacaudi tV.ta for United States Senator eomea to final teat. About tha 21st of June, I tMnk it wa, of the present year, in an Wsrviaw published in the Kansas City lcr, ba txpmeed himself aa being par r -sa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

THE ADVOCATE. CHICAGO ENTERPRISE. Clubs (or Warklnf Women Conducted en Sanslblo Pln 1 Much has been said and written about the young women who are obliged to earn their 11 ring by working downtown. At best their lot is not a bed of roses, but, says the Chicago Chronicle, with the cooperation of the club known as the Alpha club or, rather, Alpha branch of the Greek Let ter club these young women are made as comfortable and happy as one who Is domiciled in the lap of luxury and ease. The organization was formed December 18, 1894, under the personal supervision of Mrs. John W. Thomas, who was a member of the Klio club. She thought the quarters at the "Noon day Rest" too small and determined to open another establishment of the same kind. The two upper floors of the new Athenaeum building on Dear born street were rented and fitted up In excellent and comfortable style. A large, perfectly appointed reception room and an immense room used as a library are tastefully equipped with everythi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

IS Tigris ADVOCATE. OCTOBEB 30, FopulM Prlnclpbs Indorsed. In 1375 nil iha teW-graph. lines m Grast jj'itaia vara) Rcqtirsd by ths govern i.til iron tba privats corpor&tioaJ "",;i fcai prsviotialy operated thsm, . thssccfcrth ths tslagrsph bcssias 1 i tats:ral prt of tha poaul eyatsm of Uaitcd Kingdom. Th Eiglish - ccpb owed thi measur in their in- ircaf, lik tvtry other progress! stp ti.it country has takaa for a generation, ; thsL beral party, whlah corresponds t3 tha Damocratio party of thia country, nbsinjths party of tha plain pocjla, Cid pMtioalarly wea tha credit das to tlx. Gladstone who overthrew all op ; t Jtton from tha companies, which war i -ilrirj big profits. Until then tha districts pajlrg best La 3 azspls tsrvioa, though at high rates, Tihila large section, tflf tha lines ot rail tvijb, ware entirely destitute cf tela nohioBrvics. Thesfovernmtntatonca citcudad tha ta'egraph to all eactlors r.sd rsdocad tha rate to 1 cant a word. rLtn following ia given as tha re...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

1SC3, i i AILI&KCE DEPARTMENT. DIESCTOai. President J.F. WllliU,MoLoatti Vico President u-'r'", Mrs. Emma Troudner. Crbondale Secretary J. B. French, Topeka Lecturer. : Hon. J. G. Otis, Topeka Assistant Lecturer C. W. Amen. Osborne DZPASTMINT W02K. BOAED. J. F. Maxey, Chairman tUw J. B. French, Secretary ;T,0P? J. P. Stephens Wellsville Mrs. Emma Troudner Carbondaie Mra. L. E. Furbock Mrs. E. M. Wardall Topeka 8TATX JUMaGXM. Agriculture A.F. Allen, Yinland Horticulture J. H. Darche, Garnet Floriculture W. H.Coultls,Tevls Bee-keeping. . .Mrs. Thos. Strawbrldge, Ottawf TlAiriAatin RrtnnoTTiv. Mrs. Lydia E. Furbeck, Topeka Dairying Mrs. JJina A. una, xopeaa Entertainments and Exhibits Mrs. Emma Troudner, Carbondaie Improved Farm Machinery J. F. Maxey. Ottawa Political Economy and ParliamenUryLaws J. P. Stevens, Wellsville f!iwvrvara.tA flnminftron and Finance. Bobert Hanson, Concordia Fire Insurance H. Baughman, Burrton Life Insurance 8. D.Cooley, Topeka General Culture... Mrs. E. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

14 THE ADVOOAT2, OCTOBEE 0, DEALS IN LIVE STOCK. "JitTiJkt City Girl SXeeU with Somi la - the Commission Business. The new woman has forced herself lito almost every position of any note, I at the idea of a real, lire woman go- ir ? into the lire stock commission busl r. s.a is novel, to say the least. This wonderful woman is Miss Jennie Good win, of Kansas City. She is twenty four years old, and for six years served ts stenographer with . a firm of live stock commissioners. Through her po sition 6he came in constant contact with customers, and became acquainted with nearly all of the leading shippers of the southwest Abont two months JENNIE M. GOODWIN. ago she first thought of starting la business, and decided that she could succeed as well as many of the men who went into the same work, who were possessed of no more good sense or judgment than she herself claimed. She looked the field over thoroughly and carefully, weighing every sugges tion she could think of pro and con, and fin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

J A TRIAL QF STRENGTH. now On Boy Can Easily Keep Four Mea at Bay. Here la a prood experiment for boys who would like to beat four men in a trial of strength. Procure two brooms and a long rope. Ask two men to hold each broom tightly by the handle, keeping them parallel to one another and about a yard distant. Tie firmly to tone handle the end of a rope or strong oord, then pass the cord several times round both handles say five times, as In the picture taking care not to cross the rows. Now holding in both hands the other extremity of the cord, you may Inform the men holding the brooms that you are ffoinpf to force the brooms to come together, no matter how hard the men may try to keep them apart. To do this, you need only draw the cord, the effort you will thus make being multiplied by the number of turns to the rope, as in the case of a pulley, helping you to obtain the desired result. But just as in the case of a pulley, what is gained in strength is lost in momentum. You will r...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 October 1895

1 J haziest naronTn. Eaasa City XI v Stock. L'Aj:.U3 Crrr, Oct 24-Catie-.Ko!t. t :jie Saturday, 11,583; calves, 13; shipped ""..v.urday, 2,123 c&ttla; 110 calves. The market f:a steady to lOo lower. The following ara l-rnsouiatlve Bales: EriPFllta A2TO DHES3ID BXXT SIXES r . Ave. Price. JJa. Ave. Price. .3..., ....... .1,431 i: ,...i,vo l.il&X 1,129 4 Tex 1.0H5 lies MO 1,48. t!35 1,352 4.00 9.80 3.75 a 20 2.75 2.00 17.... 1,550 JtSO 0 1,263 4.00 22 1,421 2 Tex.. ...1,045 63 Tex 1,170 17 Tex 1,185 a so a 40 120 2.70 TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS. 1.... ...... 1,021 119 I 93 1,071 $100 :;5 1,010 2.80 I 26 809 12 75 3 1,020 Z 35 26 mix..... (83 2.15 . 1 600 2.10 WESTEBN STEZR3. ICS fed. 1,249 If a 65 I 45 fed 1,188 1145 71 fad 1,050 120 I TEXAS AND ISDIAS COWS. M 808 JilO 28 mix 714 12.00 31.. 773 1.00 I HBW MEXICO 8TKIRS. 13 1,008 25 southwxstebjt steeoj. 13 ....1,000 1110 PANHANDLE COWS. is.: 783 kxio i ARIZONA STIBRS, 1 1,230 13.63 cows and HEirsna. 8 833 13.25 4 825 a00 Ifi 699 8...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 November 1895

VOL. VII., NO. 45. TOPEKA, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 6, 1895. $1.00 A YEAR. OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS With England and Spain Discussed by Sen ator Morgan. Washington, November 2. Sen ator Morgan, of Alabama, Chairman of the Foreign Relations committee, and an authority on international law, in an interview to day called attention to Lord Salisbury's claim that Great Britain had acquired rights in the dis puted territory adjoining Venezuela by treaty with the native Indian tribes. He said: "For the last three-quarters of a century Great Britain has been forming whenever she could little by arrangements with Indian tribes that had chieftains and were regularly con stituted into tribes. It was in that way that she recognized the Mosquito king, Clarence. Such treaties with such people are made right in the teeth of the well-understood and well accepted doctrine of Great Britain, Germany, France, Spain and all the American States, which is that when a country has acquired by contest or discovery any ...

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

i TSCIH ADVOCATE- NOVEMBER 6, IMPEACHMENT. 33 Sacent letter of Kr. Secretary Hoke ScJth La th8 Maxwell Grant Case De mands Impeachment Proceedings. I b av had a hard time to get a reply to the eettlars' petition printed in the A Wcatb: of July 3; but now that the reply has at last come and been given to !,!9 public through an Associated Press dbpatch, another petition is in order to thlj effect: PETITION. To the Congress of the United States : In behalf of settlers'on the Colorado portion of the alleged Maxwell grant the undersigned requests of your honorable body the impeachment of Grover Cleve land, President of the United States, and Hoke Smith, Secretary of the In terior, for high crime and misdemeanors. SPECIFICATIONS. First That President Cleveland and Secretary Hoke Smith have violated their oath of office in refusing to grant the prayer of a petition of settlers on the Colorado portion of the alleged Maxwell grant for the enforcement, as a bar to their impending eviction, of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 November 1895

GOLD STANDAED PAY. A Comparison of Wages Paid in Various Countries. One of the arguments, or rather as sertions, upon which the advocates of the gold staidard lay peculiar stress ia the alleged low rate of wages in silver countries as compared with those of gold countries. We have often noticed that while this assertion is made with ft great deal of emphasis, the relative rates of wages in the two classes of countries are never actually stated and contrasted. We know now why they are not It is because they do not bear out the claim of the gold standard orators. We have'before us the very tables so often referred to, but never quoted, by the gold monometallists, which show the weekly wages paid to the general trades in countries whose currencies are on the gold and those whose currencies are-on the silver basis. We observe in these tobies that such gold standard countries as Egypt and' Turkey are omitted from the tables, doubtless be cause their wages were entirely too low to show up...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 November 1895

.THIS .2DVOO-A.TjS. NOVEMBER 6, IB TOPEEA TEIBUHE. 17. Ifc. 2?. -A.. A CSLISHID EVIBY WIDNI8DAT BT J MOCAIE FOBLEHDIG CO.. 601 Jackson Street, .Cr2.11, - - - KANSAS. .ft. 3. Mrs ADVEIT13I2fG RATK3. ' 'Ji line, (14 lines to Inch). Beading 1 3, SO cent per line, (count lines). 7 or otactro should reach thli office Mon- oraing to insure insertion in louowing U'-oi must bays metal base, 13-em columns 01.00 PER YEAIt, ;1 at the postofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. 7a DEMAND THE FREE AND UNLIMITED 'rjClSACS OF SILVER AND GOLD AT THB rr;:"T legal ratio of 16 to 1. 0uru Populist Platform. Tl'13 13 a great country, but it Is ymrened too much on the European The fact that the national debt has ret been increased for several weeks 7 it i3 alarming the best "financiers" cf the country. We have some "Cuban sympa l.Liers" herein Topeka who wouldn't ,j a block out of their way to keep a follow citizen from starving to death. The elections being over, the Presl oit and the various ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 November 1895

TH3 ADVOCATE. puts forth the following editorial utter ance in the issue of November 3: Whether Populiats were honest or dishonest they certainly did not know how to keep ac counts. The books ot the school land account have now been discovered to show errors amounting to over $43,000. Below we give the facts as furnished by State Auditor Cole, and as published in the State Journal of November 1 the same day that the Capital pub lished its tale of woe: - The clerks in the State Auditor's office have figured up a total of (43,602.67 in errors in book keeping made during the last administration in that department Investigations show that the errors made in the last twenty, years would go up into the hundreds of thousands. They were made under Republican administrations the same as under the Populist. The figures of the Lewelling administration show that there was Populist Incompetency; and the figures ot previous administrations show that there was Republican incompetency. None of the ...

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

NOVEMBER 6, SILVEE AND WHEAT. ,"1-1 Kiit taa Price .of Wheat Eaised I.'few That India Mlats Are Closed to Silver? ;iron Advocate: Ansnt thai sil . . jtlen. which now seems to be V: ::t"t:c of all-absorbing Interest, $:ip:-thai6 National Chairman H. E :'V.i;c--ri?:i?acSr,:in aa article recently pub ; la the Denver iftxzd, nays: ; Mtrybody who has studied the Vrej. question, wlthia the last tea '. i i is, knows that the decline la the ; 4 prisa of silver bullion has the ef :.' r cf giving the wheat andcottoa :vTi ')Vsrs, la free coinage nations, an er v Vfeouaty to the extent of thedif ' ic fiDsjbatweea the cola and bullion :;:':vT!v3of 'silver, . : Daa't you see that our farmers are i! j 'ro solving the gold price of silver ii f.lllsa for their staple products, while ; ; competitors In silver standard .o&trlw are receiving the cola or 1 rice of silver for theirs; that the v;1-.osctlaatlon of silver here has the - 3 eiftct as paying an export bounty farmers la silver-using cations...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 November 1895

SOMETHING ABOUT ADVERTISING Addressed Especially to Friends f the "Ad vocate" and Other Reform Papers. Good business men thoroughly under stand the value of advertising. They realize that, in order to be successful, those who have anything to sell must make the fact known to people who want to buy. The only question with them is the selection of the best advertising me dium. This they determine by the num ber of customers and the number of inquiries that come to them in conse quence of each medium that they em ploy. It is of this fact particularly that we have a few words to say at this time, and that which we have to say, though it will apply with equal force and its ob servance will exercise like influence in case of any other paper, still we direct it especially to the patrons and friends of the Advocate. It is believed that ' our friends do not appreciate as well as they might do how much they have it in their power to help us without such help costing them a cent; and, in fact,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 November 1895

THE ADVOCATE. NOVEMBER 6, .e News About Kansas. - Hiawatha has a 10,000 club. Th-a registration at Emporia was i,r,;5. Cherokee is now a Presidential post The Emporia Umbrella has sus pended. Horton complains of too many tramp jrinters. The football craze has struck Arkan ess City. The first Appellate court report is being printed. A new State bank is being organ ized at Mt. Hope. The Agra News will move to some point in Nebraska. The Salvation Army is building bar racks at Pittsburg. The Kansas Sunflower will be moved from Clyde to Holton. There are 2,300 veterans at the Leav enworth Soldiers' Home. The Hart Pioneer nurseries at Fort Scott handle 150 employes. Snow was reported October 30 in western and central Kansas. A tannery will be built .at Atchison if a bonus of $100,000 is given. Six hundred tons of broomcorn were ratsad In the vicinity of Alton. Th8 Supreme court will hear the Snow-Hudson case November 8. Kearney county shipped ten cars of garden seed to Chicago dealers. T...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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