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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

THE ADVOOATK. TREASUBY TRANSACTIONS UNDEB HAR RISON'S ADMINISTRATION. Editob Advocati: If the following ques tions are of sufficient importance to be noticed, your answer will be thankfully re ceived: First How muoh money was turned oyer to Mr. Harrison's administration? Second Did Mr. Harrison's secretary buy government bonds before due, and, if so, how muoh and what premium was paid? I ask the above questions because republi cans claim that they applied the surplus to paying the publio debt, and by so doing saved money to the people. Granada, Eas. J. 0. Shannon. In answer to the above questions we quote from the report of the sec retary of the treasury. The treasury balances are stated at the end of each fiscal year, which is Jane 30, and as the receipts would about equal the expenditures ordinarily, the cash in the treasury June 30, 1889, prob ably did Dot vary a great deal from the amount on hand when the treas ury was tamed over to the Harrison administration. The treasury stat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

TiHE! ADVOCATE, TEXT BOOKS IN KANSAS. At the request of Superintendent Gaines, Attorney General Little has rendered a decision upon the author ity to change text books in our pub ho schools that is of great import ance to the people of Kansas at the present time. The attorney general says: Section 5864 provides in substance that eohool diatriota may at their annual meet ings indicate by a majority of all the votes cast their doaire for a county uniformity of text books. Section 5865 proridea that when a majority of all the districts of the county in any one year shall indicate their desire for a oounty uniformity of text books, the county superintendent of publio instruction shall notiiy the district of such tote and at the same time call for one delegate from each municipal township and city of the third olasi in the county, to be eleoted at a meeting of the eohool boards of such town ship. Seotion 5870 provides that a oounty text book board may be elected onoe in every fire years ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

THE ADYOOAT2U. 7 STRENGTHENING THS MILITARY ARM OF THE GOVERNMENT. From Washington dispatches of June 1 we have the following facts: General Wheeler of Alabama will intro duce in the house a bill prepared by the in fantry officers at Fort Mackinac Mich., re organizing the infantry regiments of the United States and increasing their effi ciency. The bill has been approved by in fantry officers throughout the oountry and the war department is interested in secur ing its passage. The re-organization which it is proposed to effect is sweeping in its oharaoter. The present twenty-fire regiments of infantry are to be consolidated into twenty regi ments, classed aa heavy infantry, each hav ing twelve companies , divided into three battalions of four companies each. -Tea regiments of infantry are to be olassed as light infantry, numbered from Twenty first to the Thirtieth, formed by the enlist ment of young men in the states and terri tories for duty in the regular army as an addition to We...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

0 THE ADVOCATE. CONCERNING KANSAS. NOTES. The weather of last week afforded the best rain of the season. The rain did not extend over all the state but many counties were thoroughly soaked. A press dispatch announces that Henry George, the great single-tax ad vocate, will stump the Seventh district for Jerry Simpson. That is cheerful news. The Bank of Oberlia was taken charge of by the bank commissioner on Satur day. President Walker, of the bank, was a member of the St. Joseph firm of JSkele & Walker, ..which. Jailed ..ft Jew days previous. They accuse the Salina Union of hold ing ex Senator Perkins of Kansas re sponsible for some recent act of Senator Perkins of California. If this is true it must be overlooked, for Editor Hunne well has just become a Benedick. Rev. Anna Shaw says it the Populists indorse Buff rage in their platform she will support it, provided, they tlso in clude the demands of the ministerial union, make the platform otherwise suitable to her taste, and nom...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 9 BANKERS AND LAWYERS. (Qmtinuedjron page 1.) Lynch competed with Athertun, who won on the second ballot. For attorney general F. 6. Dawes de featad Oacar Fouat and W. F. Guthrie in one heat. Only one ballot waa required to de termine between Stanley, Davis and Stnbbs for superintendent. For congreBsman-at-large there was a lively contest between George L. Doug lass, E. P. Greer, J. C. Caldwell and R W. Blue. The latter waa nominated on second ballot, The convention adjourned at 12:15 Friday morning. KISOLUTIOMS. BesolTsd, First The constant patriotism of our party is in itself a guarantee to the cation that the interests of its defenders, their widows and orphans, will be liberally cared for and we denounce their oruel and deliberate betrayal by the present demo oratio administration. Second We adhere to the republican doctrine of protection, and believe that tariff laws should protect the products of the farm as well as of the f aotory. Third The American people favo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

th:i3 advooats. 10 UNCLE AND NEPHEW. Interesting Correspondence On the Subject of Business Politics. continued series. Contraction Court, Wall Stbket, Nkw York, May 28, 1894. W. N. Naut, Boomlown. Ka.: Dbar Nxphxw: You ought to be more stoical, Idea chafed by defeat. Bear up. Pace the condition! grimly. You have life before you. Set your stakes. Lay your pipes. Fix your fences. There is a future. The emisaariea of despair in your etate may yet be overthrown. Do your part and you will probably receive your reward. The creditor class needs your eervices. The fight must be kept up until we are forever secure. A prominent factor in developing those principles upon which the Popu lists base their doctrines ia the various fraternal orders, the eeoret societies cot of a beneficial nature. Members ere led to turn their attention to the "poor when he crieth, the needy also and him that hath no helper." They learn to believe in a universal brotherhood of man. Their feelings are softened towar...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 11 A PATS2NA1ISTIC CONSPIRACY. Ben Butler, President Lincoln an! Secretary Seward the Parties to It. In Ben Batler'a autobiography and personal reminiscences, page 903, may be found the following: MA conversation waa held between na (Bntler and Lincoln) after the negotia tions at Hampton Roads, and in the course of the conversation he said to me: "'But what shall we do with the nogroes after they are free? I can hardly believe that the South and North can live in peace, unless we can get rid of the negroes. Certainly they cannot if we donYget rid of the negroes whom we have armed and disciplined, and who have fought with us, to the amount, I believe, of some 150,000 men. I believe that it would be better to export them all to Borne fertile country with a good climate, which they can have to them salves. " 'You have been a staunch friend to the race from the time you first advised me to enlist them at New Orleans. You had a good deal of experience in moving bodies of me...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

07531311 ADVOCATE. 12 Published June 13, 180. 6939. E. A. Barber vs. C. Van Horn. Error from Allen County. AFFIRMED. STLLABUS. BTTHBCOUBT. HOBTON, C. J i Every partner Is a general agent of the firm to carry out and transact Its business In the usaal and ordinary way. tn 2. It Is the general principle relating to commercial or trade partnerships that each partner is the lawful agent of the part nership in all matters within the apparent scope of .the .business. Deltz vs. Regnler, 27 Xas. 94 a. 'The knowledge of one partner concern ing partnership matters is constructively the knowledge of all the members of the partner ship, although the other members are act ually ignorant thereof. 4. Where a private banking firm obtains money for the purpose of carrying on Its usual and ordinary business from another person with the knowledge of all the members of the firm, and executed firm note therefor, and afterward one of the partners of the firm with draws from the assets of the firm suffici...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

of their contract with him, renders imma terial a departure from some of the conditions of the contract, and authorizes a recovery of the compensation for such services. a. Stewart vs. Fowler, 87 Kas, 677, distin guished and limited. All the justices concurring. A true copy. Attest. C. J. BROWN, skal Clerk Supreme Court 9544. A.D. Rathburn vs. H. n. Hamilton. Original Proceedings in Quo Warranto, DEMURRER TO ANSWER OVERRULED. Syllabub. By thi Court. Johnston, J. L Where a political party assembled In con vention places in nomination a candidate for a county office, and the president and secre tary of such convention executes and verifies a proper nomination certificate, which is pre sented to the county clerk In due time to be filed, and is left with him for that purpose, it will be deemed to be filed within the meaning of the Australian ballot law, although no In dorsement of filing is written thereon, and al though it is afterward mislaid or lost through the inadvertence or neglig...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

14 THE ADVOCATE, Ku'sianfzeil America. On Monday J. S. Coiaj, Carl Browns and C. C. Jones, the leaders of tha com monweal army, wars brought below th despotic court which supplsmanta th infernal deapotiam which controls jtnia dir. for sentence. They wera sentenced on the two counts of carrying a banner into the capitol grounds and walking upon the grass. Jonas, it will be re membered, was held guilty only on the first count Judge Miller sentenced the three men to twenty days in jail on the first count. On the second count Cozey and Browne were fined $5 each or im prisonment for ten days in default of payment of fine. This travesty upon justice was not enough; a further degra dation and an additional insult awaited them. They were actually handcuffed as are only dangerous criminals and sent to a felon's cell in a filty prison van, in company with the toughs and drunken bams of the city. In this manner the will of plutocray and the mandate of congress and the administration have been ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

THE ADVQ OATE. 15 I' DUS. THOHNTON & Bunker bull dinar, Kansas City, Mo., the well recial troubles, hare established a principle u vuiuiccuuu wiku weir ever-increasm; ciiei.uu uuti la wou oaimuaiea to inspire confidence in their integrity and ability to iwnunn so sue ibsi aegree tnas winch they promise when assuming to cure their pa tients, and that is, they decline to aooept a fee until they hare dearly demonstrated vuu a curs uas oeen accomplished, Tnou aanda tARtifv tn Sa ffli -v vMUV A HUUli eMo ment. Another specialty of theirs is dis- gkuhh ui women, ana ox me sxin. ueware of qu&oks. Ask for their cireluars, giving testimonials of leading business men and uiu uiuuiiua uiey contain special inrorma- (iiui 9f-m At.- m OS ; Ai. A .1 a jla Dbs. Thobxtoit k Mrsoa, Bunker Building, Kansas City, Mo. flllCT HAVr AUKNTS AT ONCF. Sam. Ump.' Immense. Unrivalled. Only ood onn eve, lovrrated, lirata weight. SaIcs unpiraUeleda I S a day. eir. BKOIIAKD. Boxi9 . Phil When writing adver...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 13 June 1894

SUPREME COURT SYLLABI. Continued frotn page 13. against incumbrances, or right to convey, and warranty, ana r"u" ; on veara to take possession of the una, whlcS remained vacant and unoccupied during all that time, and is therefore defeated in an action Droujcn u U1m r", ion from one claiming under a prior, ad- .ri km. thun hia own. and thereupon brings suit upon the covena nt of warranty against um Rnuwi, though an action on the warranty did not accrue until the assertion of the superior title, the plaintiff's neglect in failing to take possession of the lands for so long a period, and thereby protect his title, precludes his recovery on the cov nant. All the justices coucurnnp. A true copy. Attest: C. J. BROWN, 8KAI Clerk 8upreme Court 63. The Kansas Fanners' Fire Insurance Com pany vs. Ben Salndon. Error from Cloud County. MOTION FOR A RE-TI EARING ALLOWED IN A MODIFIED FORM. Stuabus. Feb Cueiam. 1. Where an Insurance policy provides against future incumbrances, the policy may be ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

1! ! : 'f' ' i 0 I' iTrfr'i. il.i'OWilPFW'l III II (III I r? (C VOL.VI, NO. 85. $1.00 A YEAH. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNE 20, 1894 OFFICIAL STATE PAPEB. BEAVE MEN AM) TEUE, And Some Brave Women, Too, in State Convention, Eepresenting THE PEOPLE'S PAETT OP IAU3AS. They Say What They Mean and Nomi nate an Invincible Ticket to Oontinna the Only People's Party Gov ernment on Earth Far associate justice, George W. Clark, of Hice county. For governor, L. D. Levelling, of Sedgwick county. For lieutenant governor. D. I. Fur bsck, of Shawnee county. For secretary of state, J. W. Amis, of Smith county. For state treasurer, W. IL Biddle, of Butler county. For attorney general, John T. Little, of Johnson county. For state auditor, Van B. Prather,of Cherokee county. For superintendent of publio instruc tion, II. N. Gaines, of Saline county. For congressman-at-large, W. A. Har ris, of Leavenworth county. These are the candidates chosen by the itate convention of the People's party held in Topeka, June 1...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

TIKE ADVOCATE. THEY 'HE ASLEEP. Somebody Onzht to. Warn Them of the f ranger. Editor Advocate: As our gov eminent seems resolved on getting up a revolution, and thns destroying itself, it behooves the great body of steady, sensible and conservative people to straightway begin devising ways and means of heading it off in the matter. The difficulty that will meet the people in this endeavor at the very outset is in awakening the government to the fact that there is anything wrong. The government at Washington, by which we mean not so much the pres ident and members of congress, but rather the money power and protected interests which are legislating for the country, don't seem to be all alive to , the fact that the people are becoming a little impatient because they are not in it. The money power and protected interests go on legislating for them selves, and congressmen go on legislat ing solely with a view to getting back to Washington, as though that was the full measure of governme...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE. against the revolution which they have finally succeeded in stirring up. But where is the use of that sort of a row? Why not accomplish through the great middle men organization in a peaceable way by ballot and legislation much more desirable ends than would be reached by rapine and bloodshed? True, it is said that it has been the fate of all governments, which suffered the concentration of the wealth of the country in the hands of comparatively few citizens, to go down under the in fliction. And naturally enough, for no man can feel excessively loyal to ward a government under whose laws he has gone down to poverty and gen eral undesirableness. And it is pre cisely these conditions and dangers of which the statesmen of our country have always been gravely apprehen sive, but which does not seem to bother the dull pates of the politician. But what has the rule, that the concentra tion of wealth destroys the govern ment, got to do with us ? The Ameri can people in the ni...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

TIES 3 ADVOCATE. A1TD TOPEKA TBIBUim OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. 2T. XI. P. A. PUBUSHW) BVXST "WBD5XSIUT BY TEE JIBYCSATE PUBLISHES COTY, Booms 43 and 43 Knox Jtoildlng, TOrXRA, - KAW3AS, $1.00 FEB YEAIt. ADVESTISING RATX& Fer final Insertion : Display matter, 20 cents per Una, 14 Hnes to the Inch. Eeadisj notices, 40 cents per lice. Discount for locg-uma eon- Ind. Rural Press Assoo'n, P.aVAayipr.Mgy. Boyce Building. Entered at tiia poatofflaaat Topeka, Kansas, as second elm matter WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, mi. FOB CONGRESSMEN. First district II. C. Solomon Fifth district John Davi Sixth dlitrict William Baker Congresman-at-Large W. A. Harris 8TATK OFFICERS. For Associate JuBtico (ieonre W. Clark For Governor. I IX Levelling For Lieutenant Governor D. I. Furbeck For Secretary of State J. W. Aralu For Auditor of State Van II. Prather For Treasurer of State W. II. Blddle For Attorney General John T. Little For superintendent or ruouc instructions It. N. Gaines Tin republican campaign slogan w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE, THE UNION PACIFIC EAILROAD. By request we reprint the followin, facts relative to the Union Paoiflo railroa from our issue of October 25, 1893. The Union Pacific railroad system is in the hands of receivers. The history of this corporation has been one of fraud and plunder from its inception, and the indications are that another chapter is abont to' be written which will likely be a fitting conclusion to the infamy of those that have preceded it. It may not be amiss at this time to direct attention to some parts of this history; and there is no better place to look for it than to the report of the Pacific railway commission,appointed by the president of the United States April 15, 1887, pursuant to act of con gress of March 3 preceding. This commission submitted its report June 17, 1888, and from that report we ex tract the following: The government loaned bonds (to the companies) bearing 6 per cant, interest, payable in thirty years, to the amount of $64,623,512, and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE. J ' : J1TLATI0N 01P THE JIINISTBY TO BEFOJUI. lir. H. B. Goodrick who had a - .ranranication in the Advocate of I "lay SO, which wo made the subject ci an editorial in the same issue writes again this week He thinks oar "criticisms on the attitude of Christians and the Christian ministry in particular, toward reform work en tirely too severe." It was not in tended to be "severe" at alL It was Eiraply intended to state facts as we think it did. In his former letter ha claimed that if the People's party would add prohibition to the list of reforms it has already espoused, the ministry would rally to its support and carry it forward to victory, and in proof of this he said: Like it was in the days of elatery, from every loyal. Christian pulpit in the land thsre will be thundered the artillery of pr?.yer and argument against the bulwarks of the money and rum powers. The great trouble with our friend U that his history is out of joint As va have already shown,, "in the days...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE 7 will pass in review. Alaal what thoughts rushed lightning like through the souls of these struggling men before their dulled senses shut out the roar of the rushing waters? Did they think of their boyhood days and their dream3 of manhood's achievments? Did they think bit terly of how it had all ended; of their weary, fruitless struggle with unjust and pitiless conditions! Did they struggle desperately for life, or did they feel that it might as well be over since civilization had no place, or room, or work, or home for them. Crowded off the grass, pushed , off the ground, not even a place on the ground, not even a place on the sur face of the waters of the earth, these victims of our inhuman, unchristian society may have been glad to die. But oh, the dark despair of those who knew and loved them. God pity the ones who did not drown! For them the struggle goes on, and against their efforts to get a grip and foothold on God's green earth there stands arrayed selfish, so...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE. CONCERNING KANSAS. NOTES. Governor McKinley is to apeak at the Ottawa Chautauqua assembly, June 29. Major Morrill haa chosen the notori ous Cy Leland, of Troy, to be chairman cf Mb state committee. A Populist ratification rally was held at Emporia Tuesday night, and it was a good time for everybody. Helm Gouger ia to make ten speeches In the state for the prohibition party committee during the next few weeks. The democrats of MoPherson county in their convention last Saturday in clors&d Senator Martin aa a true demo erst Too many Kansas people are paying Missouri papers from 25 cents to S3 a year to encourage their lying about Kansas politics. Annie Tj. Diggs was taken seriously ill ths second day of the utate convention, on account of which she cancelled eaveral dates. She expects to be out this week. C. B. Hamble, who was a delegate from Ilolton to the atate convention, was murdered at that place on 1 hurs day by Clinton Osborn. There was a woman in the case. Joh...

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