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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

VOL. VII., NO. 48. TOPEKA, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 27, 1895. $1.00 A YEAE. AN OVATION FOR DEBS. His Kelease From Prison Is the Occasion of a Great Mags Meeting In Chicago. Chicago, November 23. Eugene V. Debs spoke in Central Music hall last night to an audience that taxed the seat ing and standing capacity of the hall. Most of the leading labor organizations were represented, and the reception ac corded to the leader of the American Railway Union was enthusiastic in the extreme. Eight carloads of Debs' friends went down to greet him on his release from jail, and several thousand men were at the station of the North western road when the train bearing Debs and his friends arrived at 7:30 o'clock. The reception given Debs as he stepped from the train bordered on the frantic. Hundreds of men pushed and struggled to get a grasp of his hand, many of them hugged him and some went to the length of kissing him. Finally he was tossed upon the shoulders of four men and, followed by a dense throng t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

T-HjGQ At5VOOATH3, NOVEMBER 27, Q2T JEFFERSON'S BIRTHDAY. jeatlon That tfco National Contention Ee Hell On that Date. Tha local and State elections are 'X7:.r, as the smoke clears Bway it 'i tsea that the Populist Yote has :.t: 2, tly increased. The outlook when Ciilxilr considered is exceedingly en- coiiraging. .. Next comes the straggle of 1896. Tha campaign has already commenced. Through the winter and early spring it will be a campaign of education. Then we must have an early national convention, and place at the head of cur forces the standard-bearers for the summers' work and fail elections. But it must not cut short our campaign of education by being too early. Some have suggested February "22 as being tha proper date. That is a good day but rather early for our "shirt sleeves per ty," and men without overcoats, Thnreils a better date and as good a iij, it is April 13, the birthday of Thomas Jefferson, who wrote the first Populist platform on -this continent. That platform is...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

TSSEJ ADVOOATa, 0 The Philosophy of Freedom. Emicm Advocate: -In a late issue you mention the educational campaign being waged in the State of Delaware and remark that its success would demonstrate that other reforms be sides the single-tax are necessary. No error can be greater (nor more common) than to suppose single-tax advocates do not appreciate thelm portance of any other reform measures than the one which they know to be the keystone of the arch of reform the solid foundation of the temple of liberty, the one without which all others inure to the benefit of landlords only, hence are useless until that is at tained. When William Lloyd Garrison, Jr. first read "Progress and Poverty," he wrote Henry George asking if he thought the single-tax a panacea for economic wrongs, to which Mr. George replied: "No; but freedom is;" and that is the position of all enlightened single-tax men to day. The single-tax is not all of reform, of progress of freedom, but it is the indis pensable fo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

TXSIES ADVOOM1 ' novembebj?, f -TirWl1'WI'IIIIMIWIlWl.WllBWtWWMMoa AIID TOPEKA TEIBITIIE. tmsrrrrrrrr ,' ..' IT. Rr. I. A. PT7BLIIH2D 2CTX1T WID5I8DAT BY M AD7CCATE POBIISIfflB CO.. 601 Jackson Street, TCFE2A, KANSAS. asmrr-rr , , t , , t $1.00 PER YEAR, Entarsd at the pentoses at Topeka, Kansas, as second olaaa matter. ADVSHTISINa BATrj. 82ns!e Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents r agate line, (14 lines to Inch). Beading BOtlcea, 33 cents per line, (connt lines). Copy or electro should reach this office Mon day morning to insure Insertion in following aue. Elsotroa must have metal baas, 13em columns (Xi lnohes). LA I wx dxmand the fbee and unlimited c0i2tagx 07 silvkb and gold at ths pbxsxnt legal ratio op 16 to 1. Omaha Populist Platform. Too many statesmen act on the proposition that it ia safer to abandon thalr constituents than to go back on the monied corporations. The best way for Congress to pro tect the national credit would be to repudiate Cleveland, Sherman and the whole ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

THE ADVOCATE. .5 CLEVELAND TEAKS ASSASSINATION. "The Wicked Flee When No Man Pursueth, but the Elghteous Are as Bold as a Lion." The following dispatch escaped our attention at the time of publication, but it tells a tale that may be read with profit at any time: Nxw Yobk, November 15. President Cleve land lives under the fear of death at the hands of an assassin. This fact accounts for the mystery with which he Invariably en shrouds his visits to this city and elsewhere. On his arrival In New York to attend the Whitney-Pad ?et wedding the most extraordi nary precautions were adopted to secure his change from train to carrUga and his journey to the hotel, where his presence was persist ently denied by the clerk. At the church no one was allowed to come near his pew. lie was guarded all the way from Washington and almost constantly while here. Would a righteous ruler of a great people devoting his energies to their loyal service be likely to fear violence at their hands? It would see...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

0 NOVEMBER 27, MUST WE CARRY GUNS U Topeka Fnll of CrlainalsT-Startllaj: Eecord of Crime. The record ot robberies. bnrglartes and fccld-yps that bare occnrred in Topeka la tie p-ct f aw weeks is simply startling. , , Am ladles have been robbed on the street In broad daylight, an unusually large number of robberies have taken place, besides the boldest bind of a hold-up. That tie re Is ft Urge number of Idla people In the city Is well known. Among these people are many criminals. It Is doubtful if any considerable number would work if they could find anything to do. Several days ago the Banta Fe officials offered work to fifty col ored people at 91.25 per day at Reading, Kan., and the company could find no men willing to go. From this class of citizens comes the crim lna!s, and It Is a problem to decide what is to bo done to keep their ranks from being rein- , forced. So far the police have failed to make any arrest, and the sltnation grows more alarm Ing day by day. Topcka Capital, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 1833. SOME INSIDE "VIEWS. There is a difference of opinion in the Governor's office about Billy Ed wards' scheme to have a Kansas boom meetinjr at Chicago December 2. Gov ernor Morrill regards it as a good thing and has contributed about S500 to the fund for a display by the Million club train. Private Secretary Joe Brlstow regards it as a hold-up and has denounced it in his paper, the Ottawa Herald. Nearly all of the State House crowd were touched for small sums to help make the display, and the kick from Brlstow has created something of a sensation. Edwards called upon the Governor the other day and asked to have Bristow choked oil. The next issue of Bristow's paper prob ably will demonstrate whether he has succumbed to the choking process. V When Governor Morrill appointed George T. Anthony to be State Super In tendent of Insurance it was said that ne 4had introduced into his administra tion a man who would rule or ruin it. Anthuny has been in office scarcely nine m...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

0 THIIES Jl&'WO GATE, NOVEMBER 27, Some News About Kansas. KANSASJJOTES. Tha Salvation Army will Invade Atch ison. Tha Belle Plalne Nsws is seventeen years old. , Representative Seaton la for Horton for Senator. Kansas divorces are said to number l,E00ayear. A receiver has been asked for the Central Branch. - The Conway Springs Star has reached Its eleventh birthday. Ex-Senator John Martin has opened a law office in Topeka. Ellsworth and Kanopolia are to be connected by telephone. The Olathe I. 0. 0. F. has built a $7,000 building and hall. Ex-Senator John K. Wright, of Junc tion City, says he Is out of politics. Congres? will be asked to build a big civil penitentiary at Leavenworth. County officers-elect are besieged with applicants for positions as depu ties. The First National bank, of Kirwin, has reorganized as the Kirwin State bank. Ellsworth Iogalls Is to be married to Miss Harriet Marshall, of Nashville, Tenn. Atchison has an 84 year-old citizen who claims to possess all...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

0 EEDEMPTION IN C0L0EADO Seems to Hare Been ESeeted by the Bepub 11 can Method of Ballot-box Stuffing. Ex-Governor Waite, of Colorado, is on the top wave of good cheer over the f aota and indications developed by the recent county elections in his State, though he deplores the fact that the Republicans won their victory last year through gross fraud. His elaborate analysis of the vote of this and last year is printed in the Rocky Mountain News of November 19. The argument of it is to dispel the theory ,that the women of the State were Instrumental in defeat ing the party that had enfranchised them, and the theory that the miners had also gone back on the People's party. The Governor finds by the census that the female vote added to the total vote in 1891 was about 70 per cent, of the male vote of 1893, and with that fact taken into the analysis of this year's vote he reaches the conclusions found in the following summary: "The result of the State election an nounced November, 1894, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

Til ADVOQATHl. r . ' " 10 ' t : ..x. THS niSING TIDE OF EUEOPEANS rrc:?c:-ts of a Cjn!ck Seeovcry o! Irardjra- Uaafrora the last Paiile. According to the . report of the Com . miwioner of Immigration, 258,533 immi grants arrived ia the United States in 'the fiscal year ending on June 30, 1893. Tbt3 is the lowest point reached by immigration since 1379, and it ia believed that it will prove the lowest in the period "of hard times from which the country is just emerging, es the Commiesioner thinks that the immigration of the cur rent fiscal year will exceed 300,000.- Whea it was discovered two years ago that tha hard times had not only checked immigration but also spurred emigration, thara were prophecies that this country never again would be the refuge of great European hordesj and that immigration henceforth would cease to cut an im portant figure in the history of the United States. The fact was overlooked, however, that there had been for many yaars a considerable emigration from...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

li3. THE ADVOCATE. ii CAMPAIGN EXPENSES. wiiat It Costs Candidates for tha Benci. and for the Senate. The following dispatch will giT8the reader an Usa of what it coats to b elected to office in the Stata of New York. In some instances the election expenses exceed the salary of the office. In such cases, of course, the honor of holding the position must be sufficient reward for the service ren dared the nubile. At least we must adopt this inference or one less com plimentary to the officials elected. One thing at least we must conclude, and that is that no poor man can be elected to an official position In the Empire State. How much do other States differ from New York in this respect? Editor. Albany, November 13. The fol lowing certificates of election expenses were filed to-day with the Secretary of State: John D. Teller, Democratic candi date for Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals, expended $2,788, of which 82,500 went to the Democratic State committee and $200 to the Cayuga...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

12 THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 87, KANSAS CITY STOCK YARD NOTES On Friday the packers and local butchers bought 14,912 hoga and 1,927 sheep at the yards. The supply of hogs on Saturday was heavy, and the top price paid was 33.60 with the bulk of bales $3.45 to $3.55. Garrett & McDonald are hustling live stock men. They make a specialty of handling feeders, and have distrib uted thousands of cattle among Kansas farmers. Ben L. Welch & Co. sold about seventy-five cars of stock Jast week. They topped the market on Tuesday with a sale of hogs for S. H. Moyer, of Princeton, Kas., at $3.60. They also sold two cars of cattle for Ditmore Bros., Bushoog, Kas., at $U7. These cattle had two days' advance and brought only $4 35 in Chicago. Ilopklnp, Kiely & Co. sold about 125 cars of stock during the week. Two cars were furnished by David Ed monds, McLouth, Kas. L. Lusk & Co. sold thirty-four sheep for A. B. Soper, Kearney, Neb., at $4.50. This beats aLy sheep sale made in Chicago fo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

tHB ADVOOAT2. 15 IRRIGATION IN KANSAS. One of the Most Important Subjects in the Minds of Kansas People. Since irrigation, is the subject of a great deal of inquiry at this time we present for the information of our readers the following extracts from the report of W. B. Sutton, Secretary of the Kansas Irrigation Association, read at their annual meeting at Garden City Oc tober 1, 1895: "All who are familiar with the growth and progress of the irrigation movement in Kansas must ascribe great credit to the Kansas State Irrigation Association. Its idea was born of the troubles and distresses which assailed the dry farmer in the semi-arid portions of the State. We look back over the road it has trav eled with mingled feelings, in which amusement plays no small part. The old method of dry farming has had, ypon these Western plains, a trial of twenty years, and while isolated in stances of success may be found, the general result is against the hope or ex pectation that these plains will...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

TS3331 ADVOOAffa. KOVEHEEIt 27, T-9 latter of Anotlor Olflcl&l Anarchlat for CcKsIicratlonu 1 Mr. Secretary Ifoke Smith hasreforred to mo for consideration a letter addressed U him by S. W. Lamoreux. Commis tiomr of the General Land Office, dated jptember 21, 1803," and the said letter h here with considered: (1) "Ths inclosed letter addressed to the President by 0, P. McMains, Esq., of Stonewall, Colorado, on the 15th ultimo, it appears, acknowledged by the department, and referred here on the 20th nit, presumably for filing." who's a liar? So, then, Commissioner Lamoreux Bays my letter to President Cleveland of Au gust 15 was referred to him by Secretary Smith 'presumably for filing." Secre tary Smith informs me (October 11) that . it was referred to Commissioner Lam o;dux "for information as to the present status of the matter therein referred to, towit:thd status of the so-called Max yr&ll QtsaV KnowiDg that both Becro iiry Smith and Commissioner Lamoreux can tell lies, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

THE ADVOCATE, mmtHm Winter Care. To make poultry profitable during the winter more depends upon the care and management given than any other thing. Nothing can take the place of good man agement at any time, but during the winter this is especially the case. It is not only necessary to feed well but to supply a ration that best meets the purpose for which it is given. Hens that are to lay eggs regularly need rather a different ration to what should be given when the fowls are being fattened for market. One of the most important items in the management of poultry is to supply comfortable shelter. No mat ter how well fed hena will not lay with anything like regularity unless in addi tion they are supplied with good quar ters, and the good feeding will in a great measure be wasted as no Income will be secured. Another item is to feed and water regularly. As the fowls must de pend very largely upon the food supplied to them, care should be taken to supply at regular times if the most is...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 November 1895

id (PH333 ADVOOATS.' mnT RSPORTU. Ilanoae City L!ir Stock. Cassis Cot, Not. 25. Cattlo Eeceipta lace Saturday, 8,234: cftlves, 196: shipped Saturday, 979 cattle, no calves. The market was alow, but generally steady. The following are representative sales: BHIPFEfO AND DBZ3SKD BEES' ST ESS. No. ; Ave. Price. iNo. Ave. Price. I JO 1,287 $415 37.. 1,492 4.00 1S... ...... .1,423 &85 89 1,643 &3 68 1,179 8.70 0 1,083 1U5 4 1,192 3.56 25 1,073 145 2d 1,82 94.00 40 1,433 3.95 40 1,383 8,90 40.... 1,833 8.85 25 1,241 8.M 43 1.3M 3.55 21 1,138. 8, M) 1 1,090 8 10 TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS. 67 .....1,053 tl22 SEW MEXICO ITXZQJ. 20 ...1,169 13.35 13. 1,221170 NXVT MEXICO 00 wi. IS. 810 $2.20 ; COLORADO COWS. Mean 810 12.15 W23TIBN STIEBfl. 93 ....1.183 $3.40 1 21 1,178 1340 28 919 2.55 I TEXAS AMD INDIAN OOWS. 88. 830 J2.50 0073 AND BSrjEHt. 1 1 1,000 1150 41 791 3.15 68 1,020 8.10 8 m 2.80 4 410 2.75 2 725 2.50 1 1,160 2,40 1 980 2.00 1 1,010 2.00 1 670 1.65 ....1.110 3.23 50 932 3.15 7...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

VOL. VIL, NO. 49. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 4., 1895. 81.00 A YEAR. FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Opening of the Session Attended With More Than Usual Interest. Washington, December 2. The American Congress is again in session. Promptly at noon to-day the Senate and House were called to order in their respective chambers amid the scenes of animation and excitement marking the opening of a Congress. By 10:30, an hour and a half before the time of meeting, the public galleries in both houses were filled and an eager crowd overflowed in the outer corridors. Many ladies were in the throng, but there was a noticeable lack of the color and fair weather costumes which usually gives a touch of brightness to the somber chambers. The nominees of Saturday night's Republican caucus were elected by the House. The United States Senate was called to order at noon to-day by Vice Presi dent Stevenson. All thegalleries, pub lic and private, except that reserved for the diplomatic corps, were filled to overfl...

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

m mmm N C. H'FARLAND. Commissioner MeFafland and Assistant Commlasioner L. Harrison Violate Section 6498 of the Revised , Statutes. The Conspiracy to steal millions of .acre3 of public land la the Texas cession , lander the guise of bogus Spanish and Mexican grants 13 made up of many minor conspiracies. The conspiracy in the case of Nolan grant No. 39 Is one of these minor conspiracies. Hon. H. C. McFarland aided and abetted the Nolan grant conspiracy. t SEVERELY VIRTUOUS. My first letter from Commissioner McFarland was as follQws: Department or the Interior, ) General Land Office. Washington, D. C, May 1, 1882. ) 0. P. Mc3Iain$, Esq., Eaton, N.M.: Sir -I am in receipt of your letter dated the 21st ultimo, relative to the survey of Nolan grant No. 39, In Mora county, New Mexico, a contract for which was originally disapproved by this office, but was subsequently ap proved, and you desire to know the reason why the official action was re considered. In reply you are requested to advi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

I THE ADVOOATa. THE OFFICIAL COUNT. The State Canvassing Board Gives Out Ofil ' clal Figures on State Officers. The law provides that the Executive Council, composed bf the Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasurer and Attorney General, shall constitute a State Board cf Canvassers, which shall meet on the Monday preceding the last Wednesday in November and canvass the vote on State officers. No returns are canvassed by this board except those on State elective officers, Congressmen, Senators, Representa tives, District Judges and Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in districts where such a court exists. The board met this year November 25 and the following is the result of the canvass: CHIEF JUSTICE. The vote on Chief Justice of the Su preme" court was as follows: David Martin, 124,272; C. K. Holliday, 42,888; scattering, 190. Total vote on Chief Justice, 167,340. Total vote cast on county officers, about 265,000. Martin's vote exceeds Ilolliday's 81,384. SENATORS TO FILL VAC...

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

TPIS ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 4, AIJB TOPEKA TBIBUIIE. it. n. i. A. PUBUSHJD ETIBT WlDNISDAT BT iES ADVOCATE PUBLISH1M CO.. 601 Jackson Street, TOPXKA, - I - - KANSAS. . ADVERTISING RATE3. Single Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents per agate line, (14 lines to Inch). Raiding ucticeSt&O cents per line, (count lines). Copy or electro should reach this office Mon day norninj to insure insertion In following ljne. Eieotros mt have metal base, lft-em columns (Scinches). 01.00 PER YEAR, Eatered at the postofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. SSI' -c2eee Wfi DEMAND THI FREE AND tmLIMITID coihaox of silver and gold at the fbks2ht legal ratio of 16 to 1. Omaha Populist Platform. Tnr stronghold of the People's party la where the people read most. Havk you organized at reform liter ary club In your locality yet? If not, don't put It off any longer. If six months In jail Is the penalty for contempt of court, what should be the penalty for contempt of the con stitution ? Senator Kill ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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