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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 28 December 1892

1 iiaamMV Germany, which possess nearly the whole of the disposable stock of that metal. Notwithstanding the extraordinary supplies of gold since 1843 from Cali fornia and Australia, supplemented more recently by new supplies of silver from Nevada, a majority of the commercial nations, which were all paying coin in 1848, have since been obliged to suspend such payments. During this time the metals exported from the suspending countries, together with current supplies have barely maintained the level of prices in the few countries still paying specie. Supplies from suspending coun tries have nearly come to an end, as there are but three or four commercial countries left which now maintain specie payments. The question therefore seems to be a serious one, whether both the metals together are not inadequate for the advancing wants of the world. During this time only one important country, Great Britain, has been able to maintain payments in gold. Such is still the scarcity of that meta...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 28 December 1892

OTJE EASTOT LETTSE. ADVOCATZ BtJBSATJ, New York, December 21, 1892. J The eastern press is unanimous in con demning Jay Gould for dying as he lived an absolute selfish man. I see that ex-Governor St. John tries to create a little feeling by the mention of 15,000 given for the relief of Kansas people. No body need be decieyed by this, for it was clearly given as an investment, and Jay Gould seldom has invested money to better advantage. To my mind, Jay Gould deserves a certain sort of credit for not truckling to any morbid religious sentiment by falsifying hia own life by hypocritical gifts after he died. His son nay give something to a college in New York city on the strength of a letter by his father before he died, but Jay Gould gave nothing in his will to charity. Pub lic syoophanoy to rich robbers is too often shown by fulsome praise of dead men for giving away that which after death is of no use to them. We praise them too often for giving back to the people after they are dead...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 28 December 1892

0 THAT BrtL(H. I. 9754). I refer to the Otis money bill bo rudely assaulted in the New York Sun and To peka Capital. It surely has Borne force a veritable M thorn in the flesh " to plu tooratio leaders to call down such vials of wrath, ridicule, and bitter sarcasm from the vicious partisan press. Listen to the Topeka Capital of the 18th Lost, in its long leader. It says: "This (bill) abolishes the credit system, and does away entirely with all banks, bankers and loan companies, and with all uses of money by the owners of money, except in the purchase of things and its employ ment in productive indastry. When any amount may be borrowed from the gov ernment t 2 per cent, no one can be a loaner of money while the .statutes pro hibit interest higher than 2 per cent Altogether, the bill, on cursory examination, is eeen to be revolutionary not only of the established definitions of money, but as to methods of business. Brother Otis would turn the country upside down ; and in the process i...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 28 December 1892

10 EVI0TI0I3 I3T NEW YOSTS TENE MENT HOUSES. (Continued from page 8.) great cosmopolitan and poverty-stricken region of New York city. Ita record eviction cases in 1880-91 was not aa large blocks within bloefcs.-inside tenements at nt Fourth district, but th orreart8nements.ua thev.are called.- vear he are considerably in ex where the cheerins ravs of the sun never 0688 of 111066 Baown by ita crowded rival penetrate, and where the howl of the whioh i0"58 For the twelve months hunirrv wolf of Dovertv constantlv men- preceding October last, the figures were aces the dirtv. semi-savage denizens who I distributed thus: ...... vi. a i.j. I October, 1391 ... .. 490 May. in 457 MUi iu uicwuuiuiiuuiYw. I November, 1891,. .. 635 JIM, 1892, "MV .Tnvth Piin infarootinr wftrlr HflWIIlbV. 1K91.. 612 July. 1892. 7 , . ;r 7 ' JfT.i eis AuKut.i892 517 iiow we umer xiair .uives, ' rnree moruaiy. ikb 447 eeptemoer, i8'J2... 674 v j -j . I March. 1892 402 uunureu ana imiij iuuubuuu uau over 01 1 April...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 28 December 1892

THE OOMIIIG HGHT. A pacer read by J. i. SaVrT, of MarysvMA lWorethe Kansas Reform Press Association at Topeka, December 20. It must be a fight for liberty. We must clearly comprehend by patient effort the great fact embodied in the well-known statement that "eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." Are we fully consoious of the fact that true political and social liberty was never in such perilous straights before? I am not a pessimist. Were I not an optimist I should declare that liberty has been destroyed or driven from our land. In its place we have plutocracy and poverty. Consider this truthful portrayal of con ditions as we find it in "The Coming Climax:" "Of late years a new and malign entity forcibly intruded itself into the complex life of our nation. A hitherto unknown but altogether formidable power slowly and surely assumed absolute dominion over our industrial, commercial and polit ical systems. When this end finally came the people perforce gave their oli garchic mas...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 28 December 1892

ID A 1 EAIEBLING EIHARXS And Commonis Concerning Leading Topics - , and Eecent Occurrences. The prospects are that nearly every county in the state will be represented at the inauguration on January 9. According to the time-honored sign Kansas was snowy enough on Christina to guarantee a healthy ensuing year. Jerry Simpson arrived in the state on Christmas day. The remainder of the Kansas delegation are still in Washing ton. The Kansas City Journal says Cleve land was elected by stay-at home repub licans. Now the question is, what makes republicans stay at home? They say Bruce Lynch has come to be a very good locomotive engineer again since he quit politics. Next time he will bejnore careful as to which ticket he gats his name on. There are more good country papers in Kansas than any other state in the union. Some of them have come out in holiday editions that would do credit to what are called metropolitan newspaper offices. The Topeka correspondents of the Kansas City papers are p...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 28 December 1892

13 3 CATALOGUE FBEE. wis make a specialty or & l& Lk? CLOYJir, TllUllil, li UJ M uAnUiifl TRUMBDf L, 8TRKAN A ALLEN 8EE lO 1428-1428 St. Louis Ave- Kansas City, Mo TO TEST THE BEPUBLI0AN3. Domocrats Will Probably Favor the Mc Pherson Eesolution. A special from New York to the Kan sas City Times says: "A gentleman occupying a prominent position in the democratic party, and also in financial circles, who has just re turned from Washington, says that the democrats of the senate have practically made up their minds to stand upon the McPherson resolution suspending the purchase of silver under the Sherman act. He says that all but the extreme advocates of silver will vote solidly for this resolution, and a good deal of the pressure is to be brought to bear upon the house in case of success m the sen ate to secure action during the present session of congress. The matter is much complicated by the attitude assumed by the republican senators, meet of whom have heretofore taken a pr...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 28 December 1892

2d Opa letter to hoi Tm& W. Blacjcnaf , engine was voted the perfection Kansas City. Kas.. Deo. 18. 1S92. I steam engine because all unnecessary .feia-ta you lecture delivered last Motion was eliminated. Tbe Elgin night before the University Extension I watch 'or the 8ame reason ia voteJ the Society in Kansas City, Mo., and in which you ' assume tbe role of an in itractor on the subject of "Money," you Trill pardon me for suggesting that on ca or two points you need to be in atructed yourself before being qualified to taaoh others. when you fiay that ''gold and silver hits a tdarket valae just as potatoes or anything else in the market," you must confine that idea to those metals in the light of bullion alone and light of money. The idea of money must be kept en tirely separate and apart from the idea of bullion. Intrinsic value in the ma- 1 teri&l upon which the government stamps nearest perfection of any watch now manufactured. The great simplicity in its works constitutes...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 28 December 1892

10 dov to 1m Cealtiy aad JJapfy. Dca't irori 8S3 days la the year. Gatoui j hto the Buasbise. Tele a vacation once in a wblle. If too busy c " lay off " last Bummer, bay to exoaraiofl ticket at oaoe, via Santa Fe route, to Las Vegas Hji Springs, New Mex- ico, and stop a week or more a Montezuma V ' ioicL fiot baths, burro ridinj, eunabiny Gays, and hunting in the mountains. Sep tember climate lasts all winter. For oopy of illustrated pamphlet, address ' V G. T. Nicholson, O. P. 4 T. A., A., T. 4 S. V. B. B., Topeka, Has. ' "Among the Ofcarks." j the Land of Big Bed Apples" ia the ' tlile of an attractive and highly interesting ' book reoently issued. It is handsomely ) illustrated with views of south Missouri f ecenery, ino'udinj the famous Olden fruit 1 farm of 3,000 acres in Howell county. It Y pertains entirely to fruit-raising in that great fruit belt of America, the southern slope of the Osarks, and will prore of great talue, not only to fruit-growers, but to ; every farmer and...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 28 December 1892

10 or iin i - p a mm n t ; J 1 1 1 1 i ' a I j i I. a.4lfflfl 9U.1 I mi 1 0. BLOOIL A. SL WEST. B. E. TALBOT. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS, focra 338-337 Stock Exchange, . . KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS. Corieir'OUdence solicited. Advances mad on consignments and f feeders. FRANK HERALD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 114 Kansas Ave., Topeka Kin. J. H. CANNON, M. D., TOPEKA, KANSAS, C3ce 8-3 Kansas are. 'Phone 43C. Office boors 10 to 13, 2 to S. Besldenee 1401 West 6th it. BENKY W. 1XOBY, 31. D., Consulting and Operating SURGEON. Office, 118 W. Stxtli Ave., Topeka, Kas. U. D, MoOURDY, VETEEII7ARY SUEGEON. Graduate of Ontario Veterinary Collejp, To ronto, Canada. Burgery a specialty. Treats dis eaws of eomestto animals. Cnaroes reasonable. Proprietor 5tb Avwue Livery Stables, 114 W Fifth 8c, Topeka, Kas. Esferences: W. IL Going, Swe Veterinarian; II. 0. LIndaey. liveryman ; J. R. Mulvane. banker. Calls to any part of the state answered. ASS CHEAPER NOW than they ever will be again. Buy a farm cheap ...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 January 1893

jjt i . ) TRIBUNE. -,V: r.,: D TOPEKA 4 tSMAiuuk TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY , 193. r2$mtIwZ35u. ' i.t REVOLTOOH PREDICTED. tUf wo its di; ofa ...it The French Are Not Thirsting for Blood, but They Want Reform. Paws, January 1. It is a ague but safe prophecy that the year which was ushered in to-day will be a year of great events in France. All Europo has been making predictions of what it has imme diately in store for the people. The pictures which are drawn in oher capi tals are most of them gloomy. London critics, such as the Tirnes, persist in de claring that it will be a year of blood, and that a new reign of terror is at hand. St. Petersburg alone seems dis posed to take a hopeful view of He look for ilussia's republican ally!. The eveats of the last few days, while in some respects ominous, do not shake the confidence expressed in this corre spondence a week ago, that the crisis is at least postponed. The publicpaseion is cooling down a little foTllioTane bo ing, and t...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 January 1893

ritiiisin Ffflflsiiii minima uji CJUULLUiawiwu uvui w iuiv nuivu ki," of the finance reports? It must be apparent that a caret uTii booka and accounts of the treasury department from 1833 to 187v been made by one man, or even a dozen men, in four months and a tN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES. STATEMENT RELATING TO DEBT, INTEREST, PRIJMTUMS, AND Among the statements furnished to the committee was the follov office of the secretary of the treasury: i il 28, 1880. Ordered to be printed. December 17, 1880. Ordered to he reprinted. -i TiivTSL of Wfifit Viririnia. from the Select Committee to Investigate the Finance Reports, Books and Accounts of the Treasury Department, submitted the f ol- UVO. v. vunanuea jrw umi wwn.j TIME REQUIRED TO EXAMINE THE DEBT STATEMENT. - MM T. V 'ajor Power testifies (see testimony, pages 72 and 73): By the Chairman: Q. Please state how long it would take to examine carefully the debt and Unohara at. t.Vi nam a tima for a gincrla vear. sav take the year 18C...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 January 1893

THE ADVOCATE; state uniformity may be provided for as may be deemed advisable. In case state uniformity is decided upon; the contracts now in existence in the forty-nine counties where county uni formity has been adopted should be respected until they expire. In our judgment state uniformity will be ultimately found advisable. It will save expense in the numerous changes of residence that occur in the state and will prove a means of economy in the long run. We offer the foregoing suggestions as an introductory contribution to this important subject, aud ask their careful consideratioi by members of the incoming legislature. The people demaod and should be afforded eome legislation upon this subject this winter. Is there any better system than the one we have proposed? by all who were present. It is a soon be given to th public, went to min Harrison, the republican little strange, to say tne least or lt.tnat M'DOWELL'S EEPLY TO WA8HBUBU. George F. Washburn, of Boston, Mass., in a oir...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 January 1893

THE ADVOOATB. j THE M0!JBY QUE3TI01. ehould the American people struggle j everything plentiful but money? juently hear talk of the overpro- of the farm and factories, but an '.Suction of money is a thing ba '"Vs in congress hate not been indus taugh to bring about. In fact, they ;jle to devise a safe and sound plan ' ) the country can have enough to ,9 business enterprises. The gov of the United States should hate a 1 policy adapted to the needs ef its 4le, unless it is the aim of those in Uore'duoe the average Amerioan the condition of the serfs of Eu : Wioy tending to such a result is Jis one. The people of this ooun 1 intelligent to submit long to any dilated to undermine and destroy pendent manhood. This intelli ! manhood, strengthened under tions for more than a hundred nds greater consideration and it I. The sotereignty of the citizen Me taken away, and divisions will pxist. Those in authority are to ) ho have eyes and see not, ears The liberal pension poncy oi : Jat has had ...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 January 1893

THB ADVOOATE, HOimSY OOMIE3I0X Eoport of tha United Stataa Honstary Commission, Appointed by ivt of Con gress August 15, 1876. HO. XXVII. The trade relations of the United States with Europe and with other parti of the world compared. It is often said that we should con form our money standard to that of the commercial nations that is to say, of England and western Europe rather than to that of Asia, Africa, and Central and South America; and that we should have the gold standard because England and Germany have it, and because the same standard will, it is predicted, be adopted by the other nations of western Europe. This suggestion involves two ideas, both erroneous; first, that trade with commercial nations is specially advanta geous and more worthy of cultivation than trade with non-commercial nations; and, second, that trade between com mercial nations is facilitated by uniform ity in their money standards. The traditional ideas of mankind have certainly always been that it is ...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 January 1893

THE ADVOOAT3S. iuwftB.iy:f"1'Vjji'ijjy 17t5PKA TBIBUHE. iduotir ' ' Lin,T. X3, P. A. jougr la to1 vltKT WIPN18DAY BT we mimm company, h bu,3 and 45 Knox BulWlng, oftl J p olw le, tfO PER YEAH, Uoh KANSAS. Ithe ?RTI8IK0 BATES. ,L,i irtlon : Display matter, 20 cents i1owto me lnctt. Beading notice, ha a Dhconnt for long-Urae con lint Ma j -jLjostomce at 1peka, Kansas, as f " 'conil ciaw maticr, I p.. - )AY, JANUARY 4, 189:5. mo x ABED ?H0L E002 QUESTION, questions that will de- fj.ion of the legislature jt assemble, that of the fading text-books for We prop:se to discuss &w to the adoDtion of lost practical plan. We vod heretofore for J i of county uni jaixiating law. We UV jojhe interest of not lst to make the subjecj. as is con jssary. (s not be a party ques ihould be no politics in Hhe great public ques ihe educational inter- V. and it should be Absolutely non-parti ylnis snail be our t. There is but one should influence nssion of it, and it serve the inter- nd promote the choo...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 January 1893

7 THE ADVOCATE, BILVEE AUD GOLD STANDABDS. The Topeka Capital, in replying to the P fixed at the United State3 mint t If Cfoimviorti article on the double stand ard, refers to our criticism upon its idea of " measure " and " standards," as fol lows: The explanation is simple, governor. We measure different things by the dif ferent standards and we don't measure any one thin? by the two standards. It makes no difference, as our valued con temporary implies, whether the foot rule is composed of walnut or pine, but it ) must be twelve inches in length in order to be a common standard of length. Neither does it make any difference whether a dollar is of gold, silver or pa ... per to be a measure of value, provided in the first two cases it contains a standard quantity of intrinsic value snd that it represents it in the other case. We should certainly use our silver as cur rency, but we cannot see why at the rate of 15 to 1 whn the market ratio is 25Ktol. The history of the United States...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 January 1893

THE ADVOCATE. IS HEW TOEK SLUMS. ? i 11 t Among the Wretched Slaves of the Sweat ers, Where Bankrupt Clothing is Made. Special correspondence to Mldlard Mechanic. Has it ever struck you that there are more bankruptcies, failures, losses by lira ami rvrofar anil f7imAil Bfllpa fit. ft MW.n- lice in the clothing trade right here in ,ak New York than in any other half dozen i lines of business you might name? Not . . . ta a dav nasses but one meets uome staring I yellow sign announcing that a clothing 5) house has gone bankrupt, and that the f whole stock will be sold out for a song one-half or a third or a quarter of its former cost. I used to feel sorry for those poor, un fortunate manufacturers, but I don't now. I visited last week the quarters where "bankrupt clothing" was made, and somehow" I lost" faith " in" the glib clothing dealer's veracity. There are sacrifice and sorrow and bitter diaap- 1 polntment enough in the clothing trade, but it isn't the Broadway " assignee" or the ...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 January 1893

THE ADVOCATE. 9 4 s E t i RAMBLING EIMAEIS And 0omment8 Concerning Leading Topics and Recent Occurrences. W. M. Campbell, of Stafford county, is a Populist candidate for speaker. It begins to look like a fusion between the stalwart bolters and the friends of Mr. Click. Nothing either of those fac tions could do would come so near mak ing John Martin senator. Edward Murphy, the Ilill candidate for senator of New York, and at present the strongest one in the field, ia a typical New York statesman. In Kansas he would be called nothing but a smooth sporting man. Something on the Hal lowell order, but more so. At the last meeting of the State Teach er'a Association, held in Topeka, Decern ber 27 and 28, George W. Winans, pres ent state superintendent, was elected president; J. W. Cooper, of Newton, vice president; Miss Lizzie Barnhart, of Pitts burg, secretary, and Isaac Morgan, of Sabetha, treasurer. Silver Dick Bland is still for free silver "and no compromise." Yet he finds him self i...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate and Topeka tribune. — 4 January 1893

..i.v.y-.''" 10 THE ADVOCATE, 1I0JTETAEY O0MMIS3I0I. (Continued from page 3.) 'mands. although at exceptional periods, Its vhen large amounts were required to balance the large English imports of cot 'ton from India during our civil war, bonsiderable difficulty was experienced n obtaining it But, with all these Special facilities of England, Sir Robert jPeel, in framing the law of 1844, which Still governs the Bank of England, pro vided that one-fifth of its bullion might jbe kept in silver, his language being that jjthi8"wa3 a proper remedy for thein jconvenience of our standard differing Srom that of other nations." The first impression might be that the Jited States, producing silver so irj9ly would always have it on band in Wicient stock, even if the gold standard Jhould be adopted. But miners, of purse, sell it as fast as they produce it, u3 n body can keep it as money it ould pass at once to foreign purchasers. in the recent report of the director the mint, that there is not n...

Publication Title: Advocate And Topeka Tribune, The
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