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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

VOL. YIIL, NO. 17. TOPEKA, KANSAS, APRIL 22, 1896. $1.00 A YEAR MORRILL ROASTED. The 8tate Temperance Union Plainly Telia the Truth About Him. The following extracts are from a six column article in tbe Kan sas Temperance Monitor, which is published by the State Temperance Union. The extracts are reprinted without comment, and the Advocate respectfully submits that these decla rations from a source ad mittedly favorable to him in the outset fully sustain every charge made against him through these columns along this line. The Mon itor says: "When Governor Morrill came to consider his Police Commissioner appoint ments he found that: "In Topeka the law and order sentiment was so strong that the law would be enforced regardless of whether Folice Commis sioners were appointed or not He found also that the voters were overwhelm ingly in favor of the reap pointment of tbe old com mission which had done such excellent service prior to Lewelling. To appoint the old commission was the most p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

iiui A CORRESPONDENCE. fMJ t0 "V8 the Coa- Few tesiiteicra were found daring this 'era to speak for the laborer or the Tfc Oil Parties Bexinniaz to See jsauenceu. , i farmer and suggest tha consequences Editor A d voca te : The old parties : must inevitably follow from such are at iat beginning to wake up to tha k jWaUon, booming bonds and whoop BUta of things in the country and to J op the government credit, till trnH nf .national Illation. &3 is boDda DoaS at 40 and 60 C8nta 00 the ' dollar were redeemed at 120 and 130 CTluOuvCU Jj "W ... City Time$ of Wednesday, the 25th ult., on the status of the Roman farmer (which I bear you to give your readers), and from the determined action of the Western Republican Senators In Con gress at Its present session, But alas! I fear it Is too lata and that the fell work of destruction Is already done and the result beyond relief or repair. For with the farming and producing element of the nation, constituting the great middle class upon whi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

.WOO, A. f Jltsf Taylor tha 4C0 Republican voters would probably nominate but ona candidate, or they could nominate five it foolish enough to do so; but, not hoping to elect, tboy would give their candidate their first choice votes &3 an expression of their Republican principles or prej udices and select from the other par ties for their second, third, etc., choices the men they preferred as their repre sentatives. In this way their ballots are effective In giving them representa tion, even though their party is in a hopeless minority, and yet they have not deserted their own party nor joined another. The 400 ballots, if concen trated on one candidate of another party as second choice, would be a strong factor and would probably de cide his election. It is not required that every success ful candidate must receive a full elec toral quota of voters, but only that he receive more than any other not al ready elected; but it would very rarely happen, if ever, that one would be elect...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

4 THE ADVOCATE. April. 22, PUBLISHID EVXST WEDNESDAY BT Till ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO., TOPJIXA, KANSAS. 01.OO A YBAK. Advertising Rates Single Insertion : Dis play, 10 cents per agate line (14 llnea to Inch) ; reading notices, 80 cents per line (count lines). liioerai discount ior long time ana large space orders. Entered at the Postofflce at Topeka, Kansas as second-class matter. NATIONAL BDF0S3I PBESS ASSOCIATION. UNIC Convention Dates. NATIONAL. Populist, St. Louis, July 23. Republican, St Louis. June 18, Democrat, Chicago, July 7. Silver, St. Louis. July 22. Prohibition, Pittsburg, May 20. STATE. Populist, Abilene, August 5. Silver delegate, Topeka, July 16. Prohibition, Topeka, July 15. Democrat delegate. Topeka, June 8. Democrat nominating, ilutchlnson, August. CONGRESSIONAL First district, Populist, Leavenworth, Aug. 12. Fourth district, Populist. Emporia, Ang. 12. Sixth district, Populist, Colby, May 23, JUDICIAL Central division, northern department, Pop ullat, Concordia, Ju...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

ism. 5 THE ADVOCATE. COME OVEX AND HELP US. During the period intervening De tweenthe present and the meeting of the national convention of the People's party at St. Louis next July, Populists owe it to themselves and the cause they represent to be wise and prudent. The political elements are in great commo tion, and there is now only one great party in the country that is not divided on the leading questions of the hour. There is only one party that has well defined views on the general subject of reform in methods of government. That things are out of joint all con cede, but only one party is agreed con cerning the causes of our common trouble and the remedies therefor. The People's party has pointed out the sore places in the body politic, and it proposes appropriate measures of relief. This party would reform our land sys tem; it would remodel our labor sys tem, supplant our transportation monopoly by a government system, and change our monetary methods so as to get the people i...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

THE ADVOCATE. April 22, CONDITION OF CO-OPERATION Tt Present Condition In the UniUd State and the Results Obtained. BY EDWARD W. 11 EM IS - finis oarer was read before tho rar.ent Cn operative Congress and it la reproduced In full except that part relating to building and loan associations and a lew minor matters. There is very little distributive co operation, such as stores, in the United States, and scarcely any productive co operation, such as factories, mines and work shops, but there is a great derel opment' of co operative building and loan associations, and a rapid increase of late in co-operative creameries and insurance organizations among farmers. ..Referring those who desire a history of the movement to the book issued through the Johos Hopkins press in 1888 entitled, "Co operation in the United States," in whose preparation the author of this paper had the honor to participate, in connection with sev eral others, and to an article of mine, credited by mistake to another...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

THE ADVOCATE. 7 IRRIGATION FROM WELLS. Does A Little Water at the Right Time Wonders. The following article written by J. H. Powers, the Fopulist candidate for Governor of Nebraska In 1890, recently appeared In the Lincoln Independent. It la well worth reading: "General irrigation in Nebraska will never be effected by ditches from liv ing stream, owned by capitalists who rely on them as a rource of profit and have no other Interest in their ubo and success. It might be different if the lack of rainfall was uniform. Bnt the fact that in eome seasons there seems to be a sufficient amount of moisture without irrigation la sure to lead the farmers to wait each year until the ne cessity is apparent before they will enter into contract to pay water rent. And ditch owners will Boon neglect to keep their ditches in repair when they find their patrons are so uncertain. The result will be that when drought occurs the crops will be very liable to be ruined before the repairs of the ditch and 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. — 22 April 1896

0 THE! ADVOCATE. April Some News About Kansas. Wakefield wants a creamery. An Ingalls club has been organized at Dodge City. A Glen Elder man haa planted fifty acres of beans. Johnson county Democrats are op posed to fusion. The militia company at Grenola haa been disbanded. The bank of Sunnydale was robbed of 84,000 April 12. Sam Jones Is to lecture at Atchison in the near future. A roller skating rink is still in oper ation at Humboldt. Arbor day was celebrated at the State Normal at Emporia. A creamery company haa been incor porated at Lacygne. John Waller is in Washington and will come West soon. The Missouri Pacific railroad wants its assessment lowered. Good raina covering the entire State were reported last week. Beloit papers will print daily editions during the G. A. R. week. The militia lacks five companies of having the complete quota. The Olathe Tribune (Pop.) haa en larged to a six-column folio. The new Mayor of Herlngton has closed the joints in that city. The Douglas ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

THE ADVOCATE. 9 failure, brought on by exertion in at tempting to get out of his room. A Coroner's inquest was held after the body was shipped home, and Dr. Peters, aKepublican and a reputable physi cian, testified that his body indicated that he was in fairly good physical condition just before death; that there were ten places where the skin was broken on his face and neck and two on his body; that they were all about the same size and that they had been made several days prior to his death; that there were two bruises on his back 2x3 inches in size, and that there was a large rent or slit in one side of his heart. This would certainly indicate that something more than his own ef forts caused the patient's death. A man would have a hard time bruising himself in a dozen places and mak ing the bruises all the same size. It would also seem rather difficult for a man to so injure himself as to burst the walls of his heart. People who are familiar with the case of Gus Mauer, who was se...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

10 THIS ADVOCATE. April 22, I0ME READING ECHOES FROM AN AEOLIAN HARP. There Is a vale which none hath seen. Where foot of man bai never been. Bach as here Uvea with toll and strife, Aa aniious and a sinful life. There every virtue has Its birth Ere it descend upon the earth, And hither every deed returns Which in the generous bosom barns. There love Is warm, and youth is young, And poetry is yet unsung. For virtue still adventures there, Aad freely breathes her native air. Aad ever, if you barken well. You stil! may hear its vesper bell, And tread of high-iouled men go by, Their thoughts conversing with the sky. II. D. Thoreau. Dress Prettily at Home. A prettily dressed woman about the house la a joy and a blessing. There are bo many dainty low-priced things tor a woman to wear indoors that there u but small excuse when one is shabbily drecsed at home. "We never have com pany. No one ever sees me except my boys and my husband," argues one wife. Even bo, the outside world seeing you ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

1S33L THHJ ADVOCATE. 11 NOT A CANDIDATE. Senator Allen Begards It as Unwlsa to Al low the Use of Hit Name for President. Senator Allen of Nebraska is proba bly the most prominent man in the minds of the people of the Populist party for the nomination for President. His name has been dtacussed freely by the press, and the majority of those giving a public exprebsion in regard to the matter have declared for him. The Senator feels that the matter has reached the point where he is war ranted in giving to the public his ideas on the subject. This he has done In the subjoined letter: Washington. D. C, March 2490. Hon. Silas A. HolcombtLiicoln,Neb.: My Dear Governor I have just been reading the very pleasant things said about me in connection with the Populist nomination for the Presi dency, In your recent interview pub lished in the press dispatches, for which please accept my thanks. The favor able mention of my name with the high office of President of the United States by the chief ex...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

12 THE ADVOCATE. Apeil 22, THOS. KELLY. President TIIOS. B LEE, Vice Press. E. B. OVERSTREET. 2d Vice Pres. ! and General Manager. Kansas City Managor. St Lonia Manager. 4r.jL.&jm-JLfJi. JOHN C. WHITE, 3d Vice Pres. CH AS. KELLY, Bee j ana ire. as. Inoorpornted. Iclcl-lx Cxiltclt 0100,000 ' " Live n STOCK GJ Sellers of Live Stock. Chicago, Kansas City. St, Louis. CONSIdN YOUR Cattle, Hogs and Sheep -TO- Kansas City Offices: Kansas City j Frank B Mitchc 151, 152, 153 Lire Stock Exchange, Stoci Yards. Thos. B. Lee. Fred A. Forslia. ener. Jerome 1). Eubank. Bee Lo Welch it Coo COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Kansas City and East St. Louis. Customers and prospective patrons write for market reports and special information MORRILL ROASTED. (Continued from page 1.) had been used prior to the appointment of the old board. The Anheuser-Busch wholesale beer depot was filled up with ice and the first car-load of keg beer that had been shipped into Wichita in seven months came in the day after The f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

THE ADVOCATE, 13 8. D. IRWIN, Hog Salesman. A. D. IRWIN, uince. J. n. mwiN and w. L, ikwin, cattle Bileamoo. ION BR0S1C0. Live Stock Commission Merchants, Rooms 285 A B C, Exchange Bldg., Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo. Business EstallisM Since 1814, WM. WRIGHT, Cattle Salesman. W. 8. HANNAH, Hog Salesman. iglil I Hannah, liff Sis! Cininin Italia Rooms 388 A B and C, Exch. Bldg., KANSAS CITY STOCK YDS. Market reports furnished. Reference: The Interstate National Bank. D.P.Durntag, Humboldt.Ks., Solicitor. I3tcitllleci 1SSO. MARKET REPORT. Kansas ( lty Live Stock. ' Kansas City, April 2a Cattle-Reoelpts, since Saturday. 3,691; calves, 25: shipped Sat urday, 174 cattle, no calves. The steer market was slow at s 10c lower and cows and heifers weak. The following are representative sales: SHIPPING AND DRESSED BEEF STEEB& No. 17.. 8.. 1.. 14.. 2.. 49.. 1.. 1.. Ave. Price. ..1,412 $.1.01 .1,380 3.80 .1,460 .1,214 .1,505 .1,335 .1,020 .1.220 175 175 a 65 ae 3.60 3 2 No. SM 3 38 22 3 20 2...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

14 fP23il A.'DV'OOA.TSl. April 22, Yt -ftin'i r f ' f 'rwBi'i m i ' i lii 'iViii r rift " Eepnblicaai Against Silver. At last Republicans who believe in frc9 ooicsje are discovering that there la do hope in their own party. Wharton Barker, editor of The American, a prominent protection free silver paper published at Philadelphia, has been do la j hia best to effect a reorganization of the Republican party along protection end silver lines, and for a time he anticipated success, but under date of April 3 he has given the following state ment over hia signature: 'The action of the Manufacturers' Club this week taken with the declaration cf Mr. John Converse, candidate for ' President of the Club, 'I am for the single gold standard," convinces all those biznetallista who have hoped to see the Republican party adopt a straight out plank for the restoration of silver to ita old place 10 to 1 by independent ac tion of the United States, that the friends of silver remonetization must aban ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

PREVENT' EVAPORATION. it Cam B Done by Attaching Flank Drag to the Cultivator. A plank drag behind the cultivator to smooth down 1 Idges and thu3 keep Lhe fcoll from rapidly drying is advised by many investigators. This is particular ly important during a drought when all the moisture in the soil must be retained if possible. Ordinary cultivating be EkoOTHWO ATTACHMENT WlTU CULTt VATOR. tweeh the rows leaves deep depressions and high ridges, thus exposing double surface to the action of the sua and air. The plank drag smooths down these ridges, while leaving the land light and porous. An Ohio farmer ad vises rounding the edges of the plank slightly, from end to end, bo as not to disturb the earth deeply near the plant lows. Our illustration shows an easy way of attaching the plank. The plank should be of medium weight wood, as chestnut, as very light wood has not sufficient weight to do the work well, while heavy wood may by its pressure pack the soil too tight. Farm and Home. Wire ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 22 April 1896

THE ADVOCATE. IMS- J 0 OllfJ CANE CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRAS3 C2ZD8. MILL ,'i'IOS. Jeraer, Unerneey uot- -i I i ri'j-, item I'altte. -j. uorongnorea Meehanleally constructed and vim pie. Awarded World's Fair W- She . Fancy Poultry, Hnntlna 4NJ UMloa Areau, ." KANSAS CITY, MO. f 'J and Houm I)ob. Cetaloeae. f, Cochranvllle, Charter Co., Fa. -T'- J ploma and Medal, v .-'?- ' Galtenlwyl Steei 7 Tank, Regulator! and Grind- V. B. WlSOJCft, Jkl fijaKenwood Terrace, Chicago. POLAND- CHI2TAS WELL niACIIIHERY DESP OS 8UALL0 IF WELLS. Steam or Hons Power. Best In market Send for Circular. MArieMfflQ. ITHACA, K T. ft ; We make Steel Windmills Steel Towers and Feed Grin ders and are TTv . ,288Mng them A" ' t,N cheper thanr V-"! i 1 .1 the cheapest I . Our produc-y'' It 1 o n s a r X u- ilrst clans in every rspect and are sold on trial. Send ns a postal card and we will tell you all about them. Ccnan Wwdmiix Co. (Agents wanted.) Manhattan, Ess. V J Shipped by express to 19 States and Canada. The origi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1896

QvmISIS' ST) 077 .5 A - YOL VIII., NO. 18. TOPEKA, KANSAS, AP1UL 29, 1896. f1 AA t VI? A 1 LELAND AGAINST MORRILL. The fioia la Aniloui to " Get la Out of the B&ln " and Save the Part j from Defeat. The following intor?iavritV Chair man Cy Leland of the Republican State committee was printed in Saturday's Kansas City Tim es: u 'I told the Governor a week ago that it wonld be unwise for the Republican party. to again place him at the head of the ticket, and urged him to withdraw from the race. He did not seem to agree with me, so to-day I told Elm that I would not be for him. M 'There ia no trouble between Governor Morrill end me. I have no fault to find with the Governor's administration cor his appointees. What few favors I have aaked. have been promptly and cheerfully granted. Our relations are most pleas ant and there ia no personal feeling in the attitude I have taken in regard to the gubernatorial contest. I simply think that the fight which has been made againat Morrill ha...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1896

a THai A'DVOCATPJ. CORRESPQNDENCE: Oar Monetary Projcraifl. Editor Advocate: The Forum for February, 1S93, contains an article entitled "Our Monetary Program," by J. Lawrence Laughlln, professor of political economy In the Chicago Uni versity, which I think deserving; of more than a passing notice. Present ing as it doea the partisan attitude of a teacher at the head of a scientific de partment of a great educational Insti tution, it furnishes a striking exhibition of the vast influence the monied class is exerting to mold society to its own purposes. , The Professor avoids entirely a dis cussion of the fundamental issue exist ing between the gold and silver factions, and assumes that this country was on a gold basis from 1834 till the suspension of specie payments during the first year of the war, and when re sumption took place in 1879 it waa on the same gold basis that had existed prior to the war. It is evident that upon the correct ness of this assumption rests the merits or de...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1896

' 3 j i X gentlam&n of Chicago to Anyone who will show a paper of the time that men tloned the transaction, or one that even referred to it daring the month in which it was passed. Fourth When it came to be known, more than a year afterward, what had been done and a furore was raised over it, Gen. Grant, who waa President at the time, indignantly and absolutely denied that he had signed any such bill abolishing the coinage of the dollar, till hib Secretary told him how it was done that the bill was approved with out reading. And Blaine and Voor heaa in the Senate and a score of members in the House denied any knowledge of or complicity in the pas sage of any such act. Senator Allison said that the bill was doctored by some one either in committee or during its passage, when or by whom was past finding out. Fifth Sherman and Carlisle talk about the demonetization having been diacussed for two or three years. Per haps it had been, by doctrinaires and theorists, but not by or befor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 April 1896

TSCEl ADVOCATE. April 1 mimmmummiUm PCBUSHID XVZBY WlDNBSDAY BT THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO., TOPEXA, KANSAS. Advertising Bates filngla Insertion : Dis play, 18 centa per agate line (14 Uses to Inch); readlnz aotlces, to cent per line (count lines). Liberal discount for long time and large space orders. Entered at the Postofflce at Tepexa, Kansas as second-class matter. NATIONAL BEF0K1 PRESS ASSOCIATION. Convention Dates. NATIONAL. Populist, St. Louis, July 22. Republican, St. Louis, June 16. Democrat, Chicago, July 7. Silver, St. Louis. July 22. Prohibition, Pittsburg, May 20. STATE. Populist, Abilene, August 5. Silver delegate, Topes, July 18. Prohibition, Topeka, July 14. Democrat delegate. Torek a, June 3. Democrat nominating, II utchlnson, August 4. CONGRESSIONAL. First district. Populist, Leavsmworth, Aug. 12. Fourth district, Populist. Kmporia, Aug. 12. Sixth district, Populist, Colby, May 28, JUDICIAL. Central division, northern department, Pop ulist, Concordia, July 24. The ...

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