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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

THE ADVOOAT32, waa mounting a chair soma delegate shouted "Lewelling." The name waa echoed back from every part of the hall and in another moment it came from six hundred throats, "Lawelling, Lew elling," each time louder than before. Before they could have realized what they were doin? most of the delegates were standing on their chairs, waving handkerchiefs and hats, and shouting "Lewelling" until the very building ahook to ita foundation. The chair could do nothing but wait, and wait he did until the enthusiasm waa over, then Mr. McKeeacn made hia formal nominating epeoch. He closed with: "He took hia life in hia hand and stood by the people. We must be true to the man who has been true to us." Then there was another burst of applause and cheering which lasted several minutes. There being no other name presented, on mo tion of Mr. Carpenter the rules were suspended and L. D. Lewelling was nominated by acclamation for a second term aa governor. A few minutea later he waa escorted ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 10 The Evolution of a Coieyite, Communicated. Ha was a little bit peculiar, at least enough bo to distinguish him from hia neighbors, and to make him a very in creating character. What "Project Pete," as he was called, waa doing, or That new scheme he had In mind, waa always a subjact of comment in the neighborhood, for be waa never without a Bcheme or a project of some kind or another. It waa either some new device in the way of machinery or a project for making money at some new enter prise that had never before been tried in that locality. When one of those schemes took posaeoaion of him, he waa an enthusiast on that subject for the time being, to the exclusion of all others. He talked and thought of nothing else till he had put the thing to the test and proved it a success, or a failure, which lat ter waa more often the case. He waa prac tical to the extent that he never became enthusiastic or cranky over anything that he didn't have the means of testing. At least,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 11 UNCLE AND NEPHEW. Interesting Correspondence On the Subject ot Business Politics. CONTIXTJKD SERIES. Contraction Wall Stbket, ion Court, ) New York, June 4, 1804. ) TP. N. NaUU Boomtown. Kas.: Dear Nsphew: I can overlook a good deal that you say because of cha grin at your defeat. But really you are Retting a little too favorable to the Pops. I am not anxious to see you turnover to them. So far aa is practicable the "old sol dier racket" will be worked again this fall. In the North the bloody shirt will be flaunted to keep republicans in line. In the South sectional hatred will be kept alive to down Tom Watson and his gang who are on the point of carrying the South bodily into the ranks of the Pop ulists. It is to be plainly intimated that pensions are not considered tokens of gratitude from the nation to its pre servers, but are rewards for loyalty to the republican party, bribes for the past, present and future support. The fear of losing the pittance ot a pension...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

TIE-IE ADVOOATB, YTOIIAN SOTFSAGX AND TBI BXPUB nciN piATrom Conttmsd from pact 5. vho also declared herself here as a republican first and a suffragist after wards, fully agreod with him. It is vory convenient to have the legal limitations of the authority of politi cs! conventions thus defined, but God pity the idiot who is prepared to accept such an explanation of the action of the convention. To what better use could a stray ballet be put ia the Illinois riots than to find a lodg ment is Alijsld's aim the fleshy put, with no bone fracture of course? And in Colo rado, what an inviting field the calf of Got. Wai&s's Its presents for a similar invasion. SL Louis Glcbe-Demoorat, June 9. That is a perfectly proper sngges tion, of course: if it were not, it would not be in a republican paper. What would they call it if it had been in a Populist paper and the names of John Sherman and Grover Cleve land substituted for those of Gov ernor Altgeld and Governor Waite? Thj Populists har...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 13 talked of, in which the mayor and aldsr raea dad as fanner will ridd in a hay rack. t Troops Against Strikers. Chicaco, June 17. At a lata hour this evening, General Wheeler, com manding the First brigade, Illinois na tional guard, received ordsn from the adjutant general to Bend the Seventh regiment, Colonel Colby commanding, to Mount Olive at once to aid the local au thorities in preserving peace. The strikers have been acting in a riotous manner at Mount Olive for a week past, preventing the movement of trains con taining coal-laden cars, and committing other lawless acts. Last night a party of United States deputy marshals went to Mount Olive from Springfield and ar rested eeveral of the leadara of the men, who had been instrumental in e&pping traffic on the road, in the hands of the federal court. The Good BoadsBilL Washington, D. C, June 15. The Cozey bill for good roads and non-inter-night est bearing bonds which Senator Feffor introduced in the senate h&...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

i4 THE ADVOCATE. The Eelation of the Ministry to Reform Editor Advocate;: I think your criticisms on th attitude of Christians and the Christian miniatry in particular, toward reform work, entirely too severe, - and will not bear impartial criticism, cor stand in the light of candid history. While it was, and ia now, lamentably true that many so-called Chriatian min- ' inters, have sold their principles, like political editors, to money and position, and Bought to evade great moral ques tions like the People's party does in re gard to prohibition, yet in nothing like the proportion indicated in your edi torial. There waa enough in most all great denominations who opposed the sin of slavery, to divide the church, and some smaller churches opposed it ts a whole. In regard to a prohibition plank win ning to your party "the noblest army o! Chriatian reformers the world has ever oeen," I still contend it ia true, but re fer more to quality than to numbers. I can see no intelligent reason...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

THIS ADVOCATE, 15 EWORLD'S r m mm AWARDS Tijn urn nc A" tU U- I If U WLIWLO and one Diploma for Beauty, Stronvth and CtaeanM.Ovr 60,imj oi inese eniciew nave been told direct to the people. Send at once for our complete catalogue ( D) of every kind of vefrlrle A hitrnescalso book of testimonials, they are free. ALLIANCE CARRIAGE CO., CINCINNATI. 0. When writing advertisers mention Advocate "A" find 9120. Texas Wants You. he Gall Coast of Texas is a charming resort for Invalids who don't like zero weather. Big attractions als for home-seekei s ; twenty acre planted In pears nets the ownei year after orchard Is estab Strawberries and grapes alsc raised. Regular win- m tickets can bebought excursions will be 4 Tuesday of each lted territory to all m of land $6,000 each llshed. profitably ter tourist any day, but special run the second month from a 11m noints In Texas. The excursion fareT n It's cheap enough a little over a cent I t a mile; tickets good thirty days, with h i stopovers s...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 20 June 1894

TftOLUTDCTTNA PIG3 AND 820ST Lcrra, bred by J. E. Taylor, Pearl, gas. rminr. fQ2 ALL. ITS iIry 4 . VICKEBV, AoMttiB WANTED Agent In ench place to show samples of tn uiiHM a (i)..Lou svlJle. Ky.. .Box . When writing advertisers mention Advocate Permanently Cured ! ! ! ! Home treatment. S30 to Era. , Kfnd alamo for hook. j.10. a. hiskis, Port Payne, Ala. When writing advertisers mention Advocate FRANK HERALD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CD Kansas Ate,, Topela, Kan. Ween writing advertisers mention Advocate J. 0. OcCLIIiTOCK, A. FJ.9 0. D.y DunazoiT. 80 Banns Avenue, Tope), Kansas Office hours, 3 to 4 p m. When writing advertiser! mention Advocate yZZZTT TJKRK3H kBKKSHIRS, Charter WtM, 7 Ked uit rolud China JerHT. OuarniMT uJ 7 Holitoln Cattle. Thoroagktind 7 NhMm. rftna. Poaltrv. HnflUnc 8. W." ttJUTU. C&mvIU, Chester Co.. iW When writing advertisers mention Adrooate WTho VcIssll Vissbsr J UM. Wo: PERFECT WASHER. Works on the same prlav ilple aa hand-washing. ft vour hardware dealer does not...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

f V' & h 'PV7 VOL.VI.NO. 88. $1.00 A TEAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNE 27, 1894. OFFICIAL STATE FAFES, COBPOBATION OUTBAGIS. An Official Punished for Defending Hin- 673 Against Corporations. Colorado Springs, Colo., June 23. Adjutant General Taraney of thia state, a brother of Congressman Taraney, of Missouri, and ex-Congressman Taraney, of Michigan, was kidnapped from the Alamo hotel a few minutes after mid night thia morning by masked men, sup posed to be ex d8puty sheriffs, taken to the suburbs in a hack and there tarred and feathered. The outrage was the di rect result of the recent Cripple Creek miners' war. When police officers ar rived General Tarsney could not be found and up to noon to-day ha had not been heard from. About 1 o'clock, how ever, he was found at Palmer Lake, twenty-five miles away. There was a meeting of twenty-five deputy sheriffs at Antler's park at 10 o'clock, and it is believed the plot waa hatched there. General Taisney had been in the city several days atte...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE NATIONAL 0WNES1IIP OF RAILS0AD8. Facts and Figures mkh Show Tills to Be the Only True Bemedy. BY THOMAS V. CATOU. The time is ripe! The hour has come. The necessity is urgent for government ownership of railroads and telegraphs. Delay endangers the existence of free institutions. Any at tempt to supervise and control them effectually has proved and is impossible. Control means an attempt by acts of con gress and of legislatures to create com missions empowered to fix schedules of rates and tolls. These methods have been conclusively demonstrated to be impossible to execute. In our form of government, the final refuge of despot ism and monopoly is in the courts. The courts have emphatically decided that neither congress nor the states, by leg islation or commission, can provide for or put into operation any schedules of rates or tolls, to bind a railway, which cannot be restrained by injunction, and declared void, either by a state or United States court, if upon hearing...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

THE! ADVOCATE. 3 lions of persons now entitled to vote. What sane man can suppose that these, if they acted as a unit (which could never be), could uphold any adminis tration against the millions of people who would be more than ever desirous of good government. Add every office holder, postmaster, telegraphic agent, and person in the public service of the United States, and the whole is less than one out of seventeen voters. To say that such can establish despotism or injure popular right, is an argument suited only for a person who believes all men mad and fit only for Asiatic forms of government. But these employes are all citizenn, and like ourselves, interested to have good times and prosperity, which is the end of government. Again, the employes of government when railways and telegraphs pass to public control will be under a rigid sys tem of civil service, and none but the very chief commissioners of transpor tation can be dismissed with a change of administration, and those ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

4 TXIH! ADVOCATE JL11J) T0PE3TA TBIBUIIE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. N. XL. P. A. FUBLISHJtD BVXBI WBDSXSDAY BY THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHES CO'JPAHY, Rooms 43 and 45 Knox Building, X OPERA, . KANSAS, $1.00 FUR YEAK. ADVERTISING RATE3. For single Insertion s Display matter, 20 eenti per line, 14 lines to the Inch. Readln nottcea, 40 cents per line. Discount for long-tuna contacts, led. Rural Press Aasoo'n, 1J. O. VahVlitt, Mgr. Boyoe Buil fling. ' Entored at the postofflce at Topeka, Kansas, u second clan matter. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1834. ION! rLABEtfr FOR CONGRESSMEN. First district H. C.Solomon Fourth district 8. M. Scott Fifth district John Davis Sixth district William Baker At-Largo W. A. Harris STATE OFFICERS. For Associate Justice (JeoriroW. Clark For Governor. I 1. LewellliiK For Lieutenant Governor 1. 1. Furbeck For Secretary cf State I. W. Amid For Auditor ot State Van 1$. I'rather For Treasurer of State W. 11. Middle For Attorney General John T. Llttlo For Superintendent of Public In...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

THE ADVOOATK AN IMPORTANT CONTEST. The Kansas Democrat, published at Hiawatha, and, by the way, one of the fairest and beet democratic pa pers in the state, in its issne of Jnne 21, declares its abandonment of the democratic party. It will hereafter support the trne principles of democ racy as expressed in the Populist platforms. From the editorial an nouncing the change we clip the fol lowing: Two years ago, when the democratic party oame into power, it was in a position to have wiped out the Populist party by giting the people the reforms they de manded and whioh the Chicago platform promised. Instead of bringing baok its followers who had gone into the Populist movement, its course has served to strengthem them in their new allegiance and to reinforoe them with many who still believed the democratic party was the party of the peorle. It had pledged the people legislation in behalf of silver; its uncondi tional repeal of the Sherman law oompleted silver's overthrow. Ik promised th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE. '.JLS KEYNOTE OF THE BXPUBZICAN CAMPAIGN. The national banker candidate of th3 republican party for governor of Kansas sounded the keynote of the campaign in a speech at Kansas City, Kan., Saturday evening, June 16. Every republican paper and cam paign speaker is now expected to fall in line with the thought and the pol icy indicated by the chosen leader of the party. It is proper, therefore, that we examine the leading thought of the speaker on the occasion re ferred to in order to determine how far the policy outlined is adapted to the interests of our state. THE IMPUTATION OF THE STATE. The first statement in that speech to which we would would call atten tion is the reference to the reputation of the state abroad. Major Morrill said: The reputation of the state abroad has fceacma so bad that men are ashamed of the present place occupied by the state; and vim who fought to make Kansas what she ought to be are compelled to bans their heads in shame aa they hear the d...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

THE JiJD'VO O-APIC. ' 1 cent, by abrasion from the face talus, or about $1,925,000. I would, therefore, estimate the cost of reooinicj the subsidiary eilver in the ooun try, at a ratio of 1 to 20, as follows: New bullion J17,r23.785 1,038 by abrasion 1,925,000 Cost cf coinage (labor, materials, etc ) 2,500,000 Copper for alloy 15,636 Cost of transportation 1,155,000 Total $23,121,421 RECAPITULATION. Estimated cost of recoinlng silver dollars $ 80,74100 Estimated cost of coining subsidiary silver tU24,421 Total $112,866,321 Very respectfully, John G. Caklisl. Secretary. Hon. Daniel W. Voorhees, United States Senate. Now, the foregoing considerations show just what all this parity non sense in democratic and republican platforms and in Major MorrilFs speech really means; and if any per son is able to figure out in what way it will be of any benefit to anybody, except those who traffic in money, we will consider it a favor to receive the information. When it is remembered that at the p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

0 THE ADVOCATE. NOTES. Governor Wait of Colorado has ac cepted an invitation to speak in Topeka on July 12. Morrill is ashamed of Kansas and Kansas is ashamed of Morrill. It's 4thoE3 end hoes." Mrs. Lease has been removed from Olathe to the asylum at Topeka. She Lj still vary sick. Iiev. Anna Shaw says she will stump for the People's party if invited to do so. Let the invitation be forthcoming. Annie L. Digga is filling the remainder of the appointments made for her by the equal suffrage committee. When these ere finished she will speak from a Popu list standpoint When the Kansas City Journal said "the Populists not only indorsed woman suffrage, but they are running A-mis for secretary of state," it overlooked the amisaibility of the joke. The Hiawatha Democrat, published by W. P. and 0. W. Harrington, both of whom were woman suffrage democrats, has since the state convention been put in the list of Populist papers. And still they come. There is a vacant chair at the National republ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 9 IN THE NAME OF JUSTIC2. Tax-payers of Shawnee County Are Bled by Republican Oflicials. Editor Advocate: Permit me to use a little of your space to call the atten tion of the tax-payers to a few of the abuses perpetrated in the name of jus tice in this city. The habeas corpus proceedings before Judge Hazen on the 21st inst in the district court devel oped a state of facts which interests every tax-payer in Shawnee county. It appears that some time last spring a freight car on the Rock Island yards in this city was robbed of bo me dry goods, clothing, etc. Some of the thieves were caught red-handed and with the swag and held to answer. In some un explained manner one T. S. Bozemann was induced to go before A. F. Chesney, a justice of the peace, and make a com plaint charging one K. Y. Blackie with complicity in the crime, and it also ap pears from the original complaint on file with the justice that he would only make such a complaint "on information and belief," and n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

THB ADVOCATE. 10 UNCLE AND NEPHEW. J BT, ) rOEK, j, im.) ' later cstinz Correspondence On the Subject of Bailees Politics. rcojrrnrusD sebies. CONTBACTIOI Coubt, Wall Stbet, New Yobk, Jans 13 W. N. Naut, Boomlovm. Kca.: Dkab Njcphew: You of Kansaa aa wall aa wa of New York hare that female suffrage heresy to fight. Wd discussed it inthe Bower of Easa at our laat meet ing. The subject waa thoroughly ven tilated from a plutocratic point of view. Daacon Jones quoted scripture: "Let your women keep silence in the churches. If they will learn anything, let thata ask their husbanda at home." Ha said that we see all through Revelation the design of the Ruler of the universe that the females should ba in subjection to the males. The mala is active, tha female passive. Ua leads, sha follows. Ha commands, aha obeys. Ha is positive, sha negative. They are oppositaa, an titheses ona to tha other. It is man's nature to be evil, woman's to be good. He learns by reasoning, she by intuition. He is ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

the .Arrvo OAT s. n Existing Conditions The Cause and Bemedy Editor Advocate: At no tima in tha history of civilisation have financial and social questions pressed themselves mora forcibly upon tha people for solu tion than they are doing at the present time. In this, however, as in all eubee quest periods of financial depression and social upheaval, ignorance on tha part of the masses regarding economic and social problems has stood in tha way of successful reform. Thus far in the his tory of tha world all attempts at civil government hava been defective, and have failed to protect the common peo ple for any considerable length of tima against the selfish interests, the rapacity and greed of the officers chosen to ad minister their affairs. And here in the United States of America, a country whose people boast of their superior in telligence the same stumbling block over which tha nations of tha past hava fallen is about to precipitate a revolu tion which may coat the life of the n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

TPIiEi ADVOCATE. ; 12 OOBPOBATIOI OUTRAGES. (Continued from page 1.) Genaral Tarsney was the personal r'pressnUtive of the govornor during the police board troubles when the railitia were opposite the City hall Hia undaunted bearing at that time antag onized the police and their sympathizers, end it was freely stated that if shooting commenced he would be the first man to fall While the militia was in the field at Cripple Creek, he was again the direct representative of the governor, through whom orders were transmitted to General Brooks. In this service he found himself opposed once mora to many of the men aligned against him at the City hall. The American Protective association was bitter in its threats against General Tarsney. INDIGNANT MINERS. Cripple Creek, Colo., June 23. The outrage is condemned by everyone in Cripple Creek. The militiamen are highly indignant, and the miners are wild with rage. The miner's say that there are more anarchists in Colorado Springs than there eve...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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