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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 18S5. 5 NOTES AND COMMENT. Chili 1 going to issue $30,000,000 in bonds. London lias tho largest theater in the world. St. Louis wants the Republican national convention. W. H. Harvey lectures at Nashville December 9. Senator Hill's lectures aro not drawing large houses. 8 Woman's suffrage carried forty-six Massa chusetts towns. The ratio between silver and gold in Bible times was 2 to 1. Senator Morgan's seat from Alabama will be contested. The oleomargarine product last year was 70,000,000 pounds. The California Populist at Guinda Is a new reform paper. Saxony Is the most densely populated country in the world. A shoe factory will be built by the North Carolina State Alliance. The celebrated Dr. Fraker is said to be dying of Bright's disease. There are 25,705 enlisted men and 2,126 officers in our standing army. St. Louis has one street railway mall car and will soon have three more. Women vote In Bermuda upon an educa tional and property qualification. Ex-Grand Maste...

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

TJ-SE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 4, ri-JIITS OF AJ1EBICAN CITIZENS. J.:. 5 Capital of November 29 copies .' i Ita editorial columns the following ' . Tij h from the Hutchinson iVetttf . American citizens were thrown into V.rtr jail at Ascension, Mexico, and kept ! ii.-j for days, although they were guilty of iCirat. American citizens had better stay "( r.e until after March 4, 1897. A3 it pure buncombe. Scarcely a passes that American citizens are ; ct arrested In the city of Topeka and i.ciy other city in the United States :.A thrown into a dirty jail for no crima under heaven except that they . : a find no work and have no money; :.2i neither the editor or the news nor ciitor of the Capital ever hear of Va2za outrages. A great deal of right Indignation has found expression tbrottgh the daily press of this country z ;i cecount of the imprisonment of John L. Waller by a foreign govern-r-i:nt, and wherever an American gets i trouble away from home there is my amount of ado about it. It 13 no...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 1SC5. DOWN ON THE BICYCLE. Hallways No Longer Friendly to the Wheel That Seduces Fares. A silent revolution much more im portant in the" view of businessmen is the work of the bicycle. The failure of railroads to make the usual excursion rate for the wheelmen's meet at Asbury Park, N. J., carries with it a story that the public is not aware of. It was not more than two years ago that the rail way men were all agreed that the bicycle wasatningto encourage. They found that in all the cities men and women with bicycles were in the habit of taking their wheels out into the suburbs upon the 6team trainsin order toenjoy country rides. In view of this fact they agreed to carry the bicycles free as personal bag gage, and spoke of them as admirable toys. This year the two roads that run together along the New Jersey coast the Pennsylvania and the New Jereey Central were nsked to make a rate for 10,000 wheelmen who were to hold ihe annual meet at Asbury Park. The rate for even 2...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

THE ADYOOAT1S. DECEMBER 4, - Some News About Kansas. Emporia has a whist epidemic. The Eldorado Times is for Harrison. A foundry is being built at Coffey ville. The Rush county Leader has sus psnded. Seneca has a pipe organ in one of its churches. Alta Vista is having trouble with mad dogs. Galena's mineral output averages $30,000 weekly. 0. W. Hendee is now with the Kan sas City World. The LaCrosse Chieftain takes wood on subscription. The Anthony Bulletin has a Bluff City department. Joe Bristow is for Cy Leland for whatever he wants. The Mankato Adcocate is for Breid enthal for Governor. The Kansas Agitator's new head is not a "thing of beauty." A Bluff City farmer still works a horsa that is 3S years old. Mayor Swift presided at the Kansas entertainment at 'Chicago. The Vermillion Record is now edited by Miss Wilsie McLaughlin. The Trio-News, Savonberg, got oat a diteen-page edition last week. A herd of about thirty antelope h often seen in Stevens county. , The Hays City Sentin...

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

THE ADVOOATH. .0 It was Jaures' Speech That Overthrew the French Ministry. Pabi8, November 5 Jean Jaures. the Socialist Deputy from Albi, stands to day without a peer in France as an orator. The crowning effort of his career thus far was his seven-hours' defense in the Chamber of Deputies of the Carmaux strikers. That speech virtually over threw the Ribot Ministry. M. Ribot had been nine months and two days at the head of affairs. During that time he had managed to alienate in turn the sympathies of the various political factions. The ultra-virtuous professed to be horrified by the gov ernment's altitude towtrds the Deputies implicated in the Southern railroad scandals, while the Socialists' and Radi cals had vowed vengeance for the treat ment received by the Carmaux strikers at the hands of government officials. The Cabinet had the occupation of Antananarivo to its credit, and fondly hoped that successful territory-grabbing, like charity, would cover a multi tude of sins. Taking fo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

19 THE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 4, A SANTA FE COLLISION '.YoVMy Causetl by the Mistakes of Over worked Men. A l-i-end collision occurred Mon 'ij 2ftBrnoou on the Santa Fe just r :t cf Shoemaker, N. M., between the t:ist-bound Chicago limited and a freight train. The trains met on a sharp curve Both engines'' were de stroyed. The mall car waa thrown on top of tho engine, and the baggage car and ond chair car are upside down in the river. Two persons were killed and two injured so that they may die and seven teen others received injuries more or kss eeric-us. Foetal Clerk H. 0. Russell was In stantly killed and Fostal Clerk F. D. Fitney died shortly after the accident from his injuries. Benton Cunning fcsm, newsboy, will die. Ilia home is f.t Sssley, Cowley county, Kansas. J. II. Ilobb was badly injured and scalded Tbe scene of the collision overhangs a steep bank bordering on a river. The mail, express and chair car were thrown down into the water and badly demol iahed and their contents a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

TSIE ADVOOATS. 11 RETROSPECTIVE .AND PROSPEC TIVE. Editor Advocate: The country has passed through another "storm of ballota" and the (alleged) republic still li?es. The result of the recent election elmply tends to show that the masses are not yet educated. Hence the "cam paiga of education" of which we have all heard so much, and which has ac complished so much for the cause of right in various places, must be prose outed with renewed vigor. When the life of a nation is hanging in the balance and the prosperity and happiness of millions of people are at issue, it certainly is then the time for men and women everywhere to be earnest and anxious in their zeal for bettering the condition of all the peo pie composing the commonwealth Among our 65,000,000 and more of people there are, comparatively, so few who enjoy the comforts of life, that the contrast between the im mensely rich and the miserably poor is even more sharply drawn than ever before by the rapidly decreasing "middle cla...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

12 TUB jDVOOTB. DECEMBEB 4, Oppoaenia of tho Money Power Mnst Unite; bnt How? ' Editor Advocate: All political reformers realize the extreme necessity of uniting all reform forces in order to overthrow the common enemy. If, in 1826, there be no farther union of dis cordant factions among professed op ponenta of the money power,, we must . not look for an early termination of the present struggle in this country. There is no question that all intelli gent reformers are now experiencing the deepest solicitude on this subject. Everyone who comprehends the mag nitude and unspeakable importance of the present battle against corporate Creed, must cherish the deepest anx iety to unite all lovers of justice and equity against the common foe, nor Is there any time to lose. It is true that in the Fifty-fourth Congress new men will largely take the places of retiring members, and the reins of government will partially fall into the hands of Republicans in stead of Democrats, but the same cor p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

1S55. THE ADVOCATE. 10 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. (Continued from page t) desires of the West and South. It is somewhat anomalous that the mere se lection of officers of the House should carry with it so much Presidential poli tics, but such is the recognized fact. The Democrats are taking much com fort from the present disturbed condi tion of affairs, and apparent hostility among Republicans, which they freely predict will result in repeating the his tory of previous Congresses wherein the Republican membership was so large it split into little factions and went to pieces, resulting in Democratic control of the House thereafter except at the Forty-seventh and Fifty-first Con gresses. The Democrats do not be lieve the sores of their political adver saries can be healed, but will be torn wider rather than accommodated dur ing the ensuing session. If, however, Piatt, Qua and Reed can succeed in disciplining the Republican member ship and whipping the malcontents into line, order may be fo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

Inequity and iniquity ere tlia earns thic. They mean "inequality," devia tion frcra what is just or equal, in ex change. To take more for lees, or eome thteg for nothing, is an act of inequity iniquity, sin. But What is called a lucky speculation is rejoiced over, notwithstanding the fact that gain without labor necessitates labor without gain. Out of mere specula tion nothing can come. A man speculates in real estate and gains. How? By means of other men's labor, which has built improvements on the surrounding or adjoining land. His gain is called "unearned increment." Yet t was labor product, or social value, which the non-working, non-productive speculator monopolized. It is therefore plain that such absorption of wealth without labor is iniquitious, and should be made disgraceful and criminal. The same reasoning applies to unequal contracts compelled by the monopolists of capital, or money, who take advan tage of the poverty and dependence of a class that have been cheated out o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

. 13. 0i IKWIIW il Jl V v itlJu l .', J ."-. vl'm TYiVa atoot Windmills, Cr 7 Steel Towers and Feed Grin- r ' dert ana ara . felling then a1 , : s.ceper man y the cheapest. n;V" Our produc- Uiona are are flrst-ciass in eyery reepc uu o. trial Send us a postal card and we will tell you all about them. c ww Wmdmha Go, (Ajenta wanted.) Manhattan, Kas, When writing advertisers moatioa Adtocate 'v.-. 'A WW & I Oi l I how to make STY? Send us and we will show you i a daw KhanlntnlV 8Ufe: ii,.nMir a.nA tonih vou free: .. i, in iiA Itr nrhnra VOU live. f Send us yoor address and we wlliexplalu .v. kn.ino.. Aitiv. remember we guar antee a clear profit of 3 for every day's worfc; absolutely sure; wruc at "",.--, BOX AD,. DETROIT, MICH. Tfi 25 Per Cent. Saved On Household Supplies of every kind. If that not enough of an inducement for you to trade with a Home Institution? But that is not all ; we not only save you about 25 per cent. In the cost of the goods, but we Pay the Freight on all s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 December 1895

13 (THE DVOOilTHJA MARKET REPORTS. Kansas City Live Stock. Kansas Cut. Deo. a Cattle Receipts slnca Saturday, 7,881: calves. 119: Bhlpped Sat urday, 1.6G8 cattlo, no calves. Tbe market was Ilea4y to 15o lower. The following are repre fieatatlve sales: SBXPFISO AND DBK3SBD BBKF STEKftS. No. Ave. Price. No. Ave. Price. 8 .....1,464 14.15 19 1.185 :18) 3,.... 1.443 3.80 8 1,300 1175 L5....' 1,193 8.60 23 1,211 3.60 1 1,80 a 50 32 1,13 ) 3.50 34 1,138 8.40 10 1,040 3.40 9 ...1.123 3.40 5 1,278 3.30 a.... 875 aio TKXAS AND INDIAN ST EE US. 23 1,132 3.25 I 1 1,010 J3.00 103 8,55 a20 22Ind 7l7 '2.0 WE3TEBN 8TBBB3. 4 .....1,005 f 3.25 28 1,027 1325 COLORADO COWS. 1 850 $2.65 51 93b $2.65 OKLAHOMA STKKK3. 23.... 880 $2.73 1 820 12.40 TBXA3 AND INDIAN COWS. 2Ind 1,865 J3.00 32Ind 8512.50 SKInd 663 2.10 COWS AND HEIFEHS. .1,180 $3.40 , 750 3.15 3..; 960 1 1,120 3 893 2 510 5 ..... 8i0 1 1,190 1 850 1... 1,010 2.90 2.75 2.65 Z 65 2.4 V 2.30 2.00 1.85 ,1,315 425 2 1,470 2 1.250 2 1,055 1 1,140 1...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 December 1895

VOL. VII., NO. 50. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 11, 1895. 1.00 A YEAE. REDEMPTION LAW GOOD. Justices Martin and Allen Hold That the Act la Constitutional. A case in which a mortgage given before the enactment of the 1893 re demption law was being foreclosed after that time was decided by the Su preme court Saturday. Attorney E. A. McMath, formerly of this city, made the fight whfch won the case. It was held that the redemption applied to all mortgages without regard to when they were made. The decision ia contrary to one formerly made by Justices Ilorton and Johnston. It is written by Chief Justico Martin and Justice Allen concurs and Justice Johnston still dissents. Some of the leading points in the de cision are here given: 'In this State the common law at tributes of mortgages have been by statute wholly set aside and ancient theories demolished. The mortgagee has a mere security creating a lien upon the property, but vesting no title, and giving no right of possession what ever, eit...

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

TI-IE3 ADVOCATE. December 11, , iV V "HELL'S KITCHEN" TENEMENT. .Ijycs, nigbwaymcn and Drnn&ardj Are Eecrclted From These Slums. Iliarmma of "Hell's Kitchen" has been riven a c main tenement region In flew lork J 1) recognized aa one of the very worst cliy. It ii In this locality that the Est. ". .I--vnen went to Jive elx weeks in order . tirvif the conditions of the people and the . vcea that surround them, -ilia eiperl , t i ar published in the New York World of ivTemberSl lie says: I would rather live in hell than In Cell's Kitchen, This was my feeling rlizt six weeks' residence in a Hell's IHtchen tenement. Ixrcnt to live in Hell's Kitchen in nnbr to gain actual experience of the living conditions of the poor. 1 1 wished t: stain their physical and spirltnal zzzdi and to find oat what has made tills Bsction of West Thirty-ninth street a pssthouBe of crime, vice and de-t-achcry. , 1 wished , to see what, if anything;, th3 churches are doing for Hell's TlitcUrta in order to br...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 December 1895

THE ADVOCATE. her arms, and her face softened, too, and tears came when she saw the flowers. There on a table lay the body of a little babe, starved to death by in testinal consumption. The people who received the flowers kept them in cups and pitchers on the window-sill until they were faded out of all likeness to flowers. In Hell's Kitchen one beautiful Sun day morning the church-goers were counted. There were only 177 Catho lies to all the morning masses! Only three Protestants! The types of life in Hell's Kitchen are well defined. There is the girl who delights to pull hair. One day I noticed this girl give a yank at a little girl's curl as if trying to pull it off, and then, like a coward that bhe was, away she ran. As the little one gave a sharp yell of pain two twin children not more than 4 years old, started with clenched fists after the tormentor, chased her into a hallway and then stood shaking their tiny fists at her. THE LITTLE MOTHERS. There are many "little mothers" wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 December 1895

THE ADVOCATE. December it, W i- AITD ?0PEKA TEIBUIJE. XT. IZ. P. J.. PCBUffaXS ETI1T WlDNXUDAT BT IE ADTOCATE PUBLI5MG CO.. 601 Jackson Street. 3QPXKA, - . - KANSAS. ADTEHTLSINO BAT33. Single Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents par agate line, (14 lines to Inch). Beading cotlc SO cents per Use, (count lines). Govt 0' electro should reach this office Mon 'day morning to Insure Insertion In following liu. Elastros mutt nave metal baee,13-em columns 2lnofces). $1.00 PEK YEAR Entered at the postofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. 41 TTn We demand the prxe and uhlimitbd OOINAQS OP SILVER AND gold at thb prxsxht legal ratio op 16 to 1. Omaha Populist Platporm. You might as well call your Uncle Sam a liar as to say his silver dollars are only worth 50 cents apiece. Col. Norton thinks Mr. Cleveland lathe best President of the United States Great Britain ever had. We do wish these Republican edi tors would quit roasting ex-Senator Italia before they drive him clear out of the S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 December 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 1835. OXORANCE AND FALSE THEOBIES LEAD TO VICIOUS PRACTICES. Dr. Parkhurst has created great com motion in New York City, and ac quired much notoriety throughout the country, by his peculiar style of cru sade against vice. At the beginning of his career in this missionary field the Reverend Doctor disguised himself as a common city bum (evidently not a difficult disguise) and visited all the lowest dens where miserable victims of our social system are wont to con gregate, in order to gain the informa tion necessasy for the great service he proposed to render to humanity and to the cause of Christianity which is so dear to his heart. The reader is familiar with his work thus far. Recently he and his disciples have adopted new tactics which entitle them to more newspaper advertising, and more notoriety. The new work is in the hands of the City Vigi lance League. Chairman Dwight of the Twenty-fifth Assembly District League, speaking of certain streets in his beat, to a re...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 December 1895

'I THE ADVOCATE. u DECEMBER 11, STATE RAILROAD COMMISSIONS. T!i8 Attempt at Public Supervision of Rail roads a Gigantic Farce. San Feancxsco, November 30. In September last the California Railroad Commission adopted a resolution order- 'fcj a reduction in freight rates of about .23 per cent, on all railways operating within the State. The Southern Pacific Rail way Company appealed to the United States court and obtained a temporary injunction restraining the Commission from enforcing the proposed reduction, and the case ia now pending. Yesterday afternoon United States District Attorney Henry S, Foot served upon Attorney General Fitzgerald and upon counsel for the California State Railroad Com mission notice of bis intention to intervene in the case. The grounds for the appearance of the federal govern ment in the case will be submitted to the court on December 9, and will, it is under stood, be that the- rights of the United Statos government are supreme and that all obligations to...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 December 1895

THE ADVOCATE. CHILDREN OF THE STATE. Australia's System Is to Board Them Out In Private Families. The British poor law system being un known in Australia, where there are no workhouses, it follows that there are no poor rates, euch not being needed, for although it may happen that from time to time the assistance of the State is claimed by, and granted to, able-bodied men who are unable to find employment, that assistance takes the form of wages paid for work specially provided by the state to meet a condition of the labor market which is certainly abnormal. The chief efforts of the authorities, as regard charity, are directed toward the rescue of the young from criminal com panionship and temptation to crime, the support of the aged and infirm, the care of the imbecile or insane, and the subsi dizing of private charity for the cure of the sick and injured, and the ameliora tion of want. Even where the govern ment "grants aid for philanthropic purposes, the management of the insti t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 December 1895

DECEMBER 11, Some News About Kansas. There are 2CG boys in the Reform echool. There are 871 prisoners in the Peni tentiary; Plumb's Senatorial funeral cost Sis Kansas City saloons have been enjoined. Coffey county papers are talking of 1 new court house. Tha State treasury had 8420.839.&1 oa hand December 1. A large acreage of wheat is being 80vn in Gove county. The Salina Union issues a creditable five-column folio daily. The new editor of the Capital is said to be related to Ingalls. Ilerlngton is to have electric light tnd waterworks plants. Safe crackers got in their work at lllltonvale December 5. Ilorton i3 now charged with having cade secession speeches. Jackson county papers complain of tfca prevalence of thieves. Senator Baker's bills in the Senate ttz all of a private nature. Senator Brown, of Gardon City, will be a candidate for re-election. Dr. Allen Bell has been appointed pension examiner at Anthony. The Mystic Brotherhood la not well received in Montgomery county....

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