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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE 13 Uucle Elias Speaks. My beluved and shinin' brudders, it waa a glorias day when da republican pahty took wp de culled race an' mads him a man an' brndder. Your uncle habin' a conshus appreciaahun ob dia important elewation, sot a free ticket from a high bom ob de republican pahty an made hisself powerful 'spiouous in de halls ob de state oonvenahun. Habin' nebber bin at de headobde machine befo your uncle war obfaati catingly ignorant ob de trubble dar is in fixin' mutters to nx all de elements ob a great pahty. As I intermated Bum weeks ago, I am agin any raoreexten ehun ob votin', as de republicans com pleted de job when it elevated de culled man to de pinacle cb equality, but to keep clar ob de wimmm was net an easy job for de bosses. My belubbed sinners, you hab no knowledge ob how etranin' it am for de groat polertishuns to shut der eyes agin de t mile cb de fair sex, but halleluyah, dey was made ob de right stuff, an' all de beauty ob Susin Anthony oould not mak...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

TjSH advocate. la Bribery the Secret? Continued from page 3. States against the estate of the late Letend Stanford of California, and to report whether or not any claim against cuch estate growing out of the debt of tb 9 Central Pacific Railroad company should not be relinquished and set at rest. Senator Hoar is reported as hav ing argued that inasmuch as Mr. Stan ford had given largely to education and philanthropy the estate should not be disturbed; that even if the United States was entitled to the 15 million dollars that the attorney general has made claim for, it would only amount to about 20 cents apiece to the inhabi tants of the United States. And to show that there is no party politics in the resolution it is only necessary to say that Senator Voorhees tiiso favored the resolution,. If these two senators are not "paternalists" on certain occa sions, we don't know what the word means. If the government wants to engage in "paternalism" it had better select some of the worthy ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 1C THI OjIAHA ruTgoan. VSnWvt Cantaad1 & aa'doa-l cimxr, ufa, mwbI nd JU3kle,terasi j t3tEntnM (tor rental emly, a fall teste fat J iiiiits, fuUJ a4 ptivato, eni that wider tta oae of tiej eozpor-tJoas, fvg tttikib and efleleat uns of Alatiifcatio- ilrest to the people at a tax not to eaeeed 8 Mr at per We tfemaad fTM and MitesifcKJ i- af UTt uA fall ! the piwnat Il tali of 11 w'e-JBiaai that the aaieast cf etxealatla. median fee eyee-Aily taoreaaei tw set 1ms thai epJ- we dimul a grttfaated lne Ux We believe that the nosey i ih eoaatry i-ol- ha kept j aiea m pssihle la ths handsel the people, aad heaoe we maad that eft state aad national revenue should be limited to tii aeeetfery expenses ei the tqt-era-teat eeonoaiieally tad eaetjr ed-ila-iaVirsd. We deaeai that the postal savtori bash s established by tat foverameat far the a&'e if posit of tits earalaga of tat people a4 to ii Itate exeheafa. taAXtTOXTATIOir. Ittoad TithiuorUUeatoiaf ft mans tl ex- ehs.r aad...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 27 June 1894

10 "inT iwrimTMi PTHS AND SHOUT jl ton;,,, fcred by J. II. Tsjlor, Pearl, iLas. w -i , wm w writ? ILL. 175 t month salary and x- t 'IH pen-.. p.l.Mry.aw.B..mploymalr5t WANTED Agent In each plnre to show samples o.ui. I'lBirs AO)..Luwvnie. ny.. ix ohj. When writing1 advertisers mention Advocate Permanently Cured ! ! ! ! Home treatment. VD to S3. Ktmd stamp for book. 1 wo. B iuhjus, Port Payne, Ala. When writing advertisers mention Advocate T.U3T HAVE tfEE&VlXSi&Z Ump.unmcBa I nri raiiru. voiy cooa one era Invented. Keatireitw. flesonparaJleledwJilll day Writ quick, AJUU11AKV, UOX 19 , l'UM When writing advertisers mention Advocate BUY DIRECT AND SAVE DEALER'S iM9 ANO AGENT'S PROFITS. JtbuyonrOxford Bom liicvcle.eult uble for either wx, mode of best ma rorl..l .tmn airliotntttt.il MttiltfalVtl ttltiiHted and lullv warranted. Write to-dav for our lTge wsptote catalogae-of-bicycles, ports, repairs, etc, & . t-xioiiu aim oo. Wabaan Avenue, - CHICAQO, ILL, When writing adverti...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

, :..v-: A as" VOL.VI.NO. 87. $1.00 A YKAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JULY 4, 1894. OFFICIAL STATE PAPEB, LABOR IS KING. A COMBINATION STRIKE PAEA LIZES BAILEOAD TEAPHO. The Strike Brought On by tits Pullman Oar Company's Oppression of Shop menIt Spreads Like Tire. The most gigantic railroad strike in the- history of the world ia now in pro gress, and what the result of it will be ia a question of serious concern to all classes of people. The trouble began in the shops of the Pullman Palace -Car company, near Cnicago. This company has been gradually cutting down the wages of its employes for some tin e, until the starvation point has been reached, and aa the company owns the town of Pullm an, where the shops !are located, rent and public necessaries, such as water and light, have been kept at unreasonable prices. Most of these shopmen are members of the American Railway union, and having been turned out of work, their union, on June 23, decided to boycott the Pullman rars, and in that .way se...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

2 TEIE ADVOCATE. NATIONAL OWNERSHIP OF EAILBOADS. Facts and Figures Which 8how Ihia to Be the Only True Bemedy. BY THOMAS V. CATOR. (Concluded from latt week.) But let us view the question of per petuating power, from the opposite side, namely, from the view which we have before our eyes of our" govern ment now controlled by private rail road corporations. Why will men look to a future mythical and impossible danger of party denomination by gov ernment railroads when already, at this hour, the government is an indus trial despotism controlled by political parties, who are dominated and moved like puppets, at the behest of, and in the interest of private monopolies? Let . thejf olio wing., undisputed state ments of commercial bodies and states men receive the candid thought of the people. The New York board of trade and transportation, one of the most conservative bodies of merchants in the United States, issued a circular statement upon the dangers and cor ruptions of railroad domin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 3 depot in one of the largest towns for about 100 miles on its route in Mon tana, but passed through and built depot upon lands of its own, about three miles beyond, in order to build up a new town on its land and thereby enhance its value. Upon appeal to the supreme court of the United States it was held that the railway could do this although some of the judges dissented and stated that such a power was des potic and destructive of public rights Still it is the law, made so by the court of last resort. It is well known that the interstate commerce law is systematically defied. This has been shown by a recent United States grand jury at Chicago. But the devices by which favoritism may be given to friends are so numerous and so subtle that no law can be passed which can not be evaded by those whose power in government is so great. Government ownership is the only remedy. The long struggle for rail road commissions served only to cause the companies to control a majorit...

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

.ADVOCATE, A1W TOPEKA TEIBUIJE. OFFICIAL 8TATE PAPER. 27. H,. X. PCBL13HXO SYXB1 WSDNSSSAT B7 THE ADYOSATE PUBLISHES OTPAIY. Booms 43 and 45 Knox Bonding, &072.1LA, - . KANSAS, $1.00 PEK YEAK. ADVEUTLSIKQ BATES. For sickle insertion : Display matter, 20 eenta per line, it lines to the Inch. ItesuJlnx ncQces, 40 eants per Unci. DUcount (or long-tlas een racta. )Ind. Rural Press Asaoc'n, P. G. VahVlkjt, Mgr. Boy 09 Building. stared at too poatofflce at Topeka, Kansas, ai second class cutter. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1394. FOR CONGRESSMEN. First district JX C. Solomon Fourth district , 8. M. Scott Filth district John Davis Sixth diitrict William Baker At-Large W. A. Harris STATE OmCEBS.- For Associate Justice George W. Clark For Governor. L. D. LewellinR For Lieutenant Governor D. I. Furbeck For Secretary of State J. W. Amis For Auditor of State Van B. Frather For Treasurer of State W. H. Biddle For Attorney General John T. Little For Superintendent of l'ubllo Instructions II. N. Gaines ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

THE jLJD'VOaJLrr. "A BILL CHINING ANARCHY. Washihgtoh, June 25. The following bill was to-day introduced in the house by Rep resentative Stone- of Pennsylvania, and re ferred to the judiciary committee: "Be it enacted, etc, that any person or persona who shall belong to, or who shall be appointed, designated or employed by any society or organization existing in this country or in any foreign oountry which provides in writing or by verbal agreement, understanding or countenance, for the tak ing of human life unlawfully, or for the un lawful destruction of buildings or other property where the loss of human life ia the probable result of suoh destruction of prop erty, shall be deemed an anarchist. "Any person or porsons being anarchists, aa defined by the first seotion of this aot, who shall attempt the life of any person holding office, elective or appointive, under the constitution and laws of the United States, or who shall attempt the destruction of buildings or other property wh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

0 THE ADVOCATE, E2HJ8LICAN AND DEMOCRATIC PANICS. It is a favorite schema of the re publican press and politicians, with a view of shifting responsibility for listing conditions from their own party, to charge the late panic and all its consequent disasters to the democratic administration. Not withstanding there has been no change in the laws, except by the re peal of the Sherman law for which republican senators and representa tives are responsible, it is thought, by this hypoaritical pretense to again deceive the people and secure their support once more for there publican party. We desire at this time to call at ' - tention to the fact that in the en deavor to thus shift the responsibility there has never yet been an attempt at a clear and explicit statement of the direct causes that it is pretended the democratic party has jast put in operation by which the prevailing disasters have been brought about. Reference has been made, it is true, to ''the democratic policy of free trad...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 7 PEESJIUM3 OX GOVKHNMENT BONDS. In the issue of the Advocate of Jane 13 we undertook to answer the inquiry of a correspondent respect ing premiums paid on government bonds redeemed before they bacome due. In doing so we copied from a table published in the report of the secretary of the treasury for 1893. Upon further investigation we find that table to be wrong. For instance, the premium stated to have been paid on such bonds in 1891 ia $3,860,2S6.28, whereas the premium actually paid that year, or the fiscal year ending June 30, was $20,304,224.06, and the actual bonds so redeemed that year amounted to $104,642,140.50, instead of $44,001,750, as stated in the table. As soon as we have time to ascertain the facts, we will publish a correct table upon this subject. We took it for granted the table was correct and - looked no farther at the time. Since finding the rror above re ferred to, it is uncertain how many more errors there may be in that table, and it is not be...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

0 THE ADVOCATE. - CONCERNING KANSAS. N0T23. The Lyon County Farmers' Alliance de clares unanimously that it will help support the' American Railway union in its fight against the Pullman company. Should the republican committee, which is Cy Leland, daoide to run a campaign of eduoation, it would be a h2ppy day for Kansas. Education breeds Populism. Morrill's friends are sad because ex Speaker Beed's proposition to make a few speeches in the state has been accepted. A man of Reed's pohtioal make-up is poison to a Western man even to a Western re publican. v The board of railroad commissioners hare reached a decision ordering a general reduction and equalization in freight rates through the state, and the schedule pre pared for them will shortly be published. This is done in response to numerous peti tions presented in April, asking the board to take action looking toward equalization, Senator Leedy took up the case for the pe titioners and the companies were notified to appear at a h...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 9 stasia state west of the Missouri river. Remsmbor that party will not gat a eingle vote south of Mason and Dixon's line. Kemember that it cannot hope to carry either New York, Indiana, or Illi nois, and, remembering all this, tell me how in the name of sense we are to elect the next president in 1896 on the Minne apolis platform aa interpreted by the re publican party in this congress. This being so, why hesitate; why beat around the bush; why prevaricate; why seek men's votes under false pretenses? Why not as a party organize upon the lines of the free coinage of silver and high' protection, unify the party East, West, North and South, and go forward to a grand and glorious victory in 1896? Oh, manT"What is" the matter with yotrthat you can't see this? What is the matter with the leaders of the re publican party that they won't see it? Why will they tarry longer in dalliance with the Shermans and Harrisons and that whole brood of pestiferous, miser able, double-deal...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

TUB ADVOCATE, 10 UNCLK AND NEPHEW. Interesting Correspond en'e On the Subject of Business Politic. . continued sekies Contraction Court, Wall Street, Nkw York, Jane 25, 1894. W. N. Naxd, Boom'.own. Ka.: Dear Nephew: In the euchre game we are playing for the possession of the world, gold is always trumps. The liquor business ia our right bower. De spite the number of hands egainst us, we are always ready to go it alone. Yet the people rarely take a trick. Hearts and spades do not oount for much. But the diamonds and clubs stand high. Can't yoiS pt the plebeian forces di vided in your state? That is the best thing you can do. Work upon the pre judices of those who want office. Di vide them for or against the state house gang. Whenever you find one of them who considers one particular plank of most importance, make him think that it stands the least show of enactment in case of his crowd's success. Saw seeda of distention. Stir up personal jeal ousies, hatreds and animosities. Arouse a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 11 ' A Good Explanation. Editos Advocatk: Thinking men and women often wonder and ask why our country is growing from bad to worse every day, with no prospect of any better times in the future. I will say to such people: Read the republi can platform of this state carefully and thoughtfully. To me there are only five words in the whole platform that are worthy of the slightest consideration. These are found in the first line of the third resolution. They go on to say what they have been saying for the last twenty-five years. "The republican party demands the use of both gold and silver aa standard money with such restric tions and under such provisions to be determined by legislation as will secure the maintenance of the parity of values of the two metals," etc. No one is talking about honest money or the parity of these two precious metals except those who have first issued the discredited money and have afterward discounted it in the hands of the producers. Now they ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 12 THEIR ATONEMENT. Continued from pag 9. people ehoold Bond to Washington a cocreaa with the patriotism ana conr fie to grapple with thesa alarming con ditlaaa." Before proceeding farther in the consideration cf the cure 1st us step and inquire when this trouble originated, and if possible, notice some of the causes. The Parmer no doubt would argue that the troubles do not date further back than A. D., 1803, and that they are caused by democratic suprem acy and Populist idiocy. The ascend ency of the democratic party elected on a platform pledged to "tariff re form" which means an unsettling cf values in the commercial world, no doubt precipitated ,the acute form of hard times which has been the country's portion for the last twelve months; but to say that that alone is the cause, is to ignore the facta of history during the last quarter of a century. Were there no strikes prior to 1893? No tramps prior to 1893? No "sweating shops" prior to 1893? No thousands of tolli...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

13 LABOX IS KING. (Continued from past 1.) ccznpanj baa davelopod into a contest between the producing classes and the the monej. power of the country. ' Thia ia what Lincoln predicted at the close of the war, and it waa this reflection that gay the great emancipator hie gloomiest forebodings. We stand upon the ground that the workingmen are en titled to a juat proportion of the pro ceeds of hia labor. This Pullman de nied them." Continuing, President Debs calls upon all workingmen to refrain from acta of violence, and in conclusion says: "I have faith in the great body of railway employes cf the country and am confl dent they will maintain an unbroken front in spite of any opposition that may be brought to bear egsinst them. I am perfectly confident of success. We can not fail." That the situation here is serious is evidanced by the fact that many com mission houses at the stock yards have notified clients in Iowa, Kansas, Ne braska, Missouri, Texas and other states, cot to ship st...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

i4 "THE ADVOCATE. The Great Arkansas to Eetnrn. " Editob Advocate: Thera haa been lauch epeculation for years past aa to the t&ect of taliirg the waters of the ., Gret Arkansas for irrigation pupoaaa. 1 I have alwsya considered that the effect ripen the middle valley region in south ern Kansas would be detrimental for a porioJ of years and then re-act from in diseolubly connected causes with greater force in favor of that region B?ain. I will introduce my argument by quot ing the seventh verse of the first chap ter of Eccleaiastes: "AU the rivers run into the eea; yet the sea is not full; unto the place frcm whence the rivers come thither they return again." Jnsthow the preacher became acquainted with such ecicntifio fact so early in history, I cannot answer except by quoting him gin, that "That which haa been will be again, and that thera is no new thing under the sun;'' and so conclude that we shall again have our river back with compound interest in water of course. The reten...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

15 THE, ADVOCATE, Cunts PeopI' Put Plstfbrffl, till. Wa the representatives ol too People's party . M ...I v.Ticaii In convention aaaera- j. i. mffirm nnr al Imrlanca to tha principles enunciated in the Omaha platform, YL T th roxnnliinfnnr ronrflMnaAtlves in congress as an evidence of their loyalty to that platform, we meet ai mis uumi conditions which see every prophecy then made fulfliiea, ana every inuicuucut wuvu was made therein against me repuuiicu uu Our sympathies go ont to the unemployed, homeless and landless people of the country who have been brought to their present con dltion in a great measure through the vicious, i-..dh Aninnlll Tlrtlfov Fit thlfl trOT8TIl- raent; and we hold sacred the Declaration of Independence that au men are creawa equaij they are endowed by their Cieator with n.Kon.M rfirhta- that lTnOH( theSO are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We condemn the unwise and cruel policy of all the governing parties of this nation whose legislation has...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 July 1894

10- T23:Z3 ADVOCATE. TJOLAUDCTIINA PIGS AND SHOUT JL bonsa, bred by J. H. Taylor, Pearl, Kaa. mJ WAJ1.A at inn All.. 1-1 month .alary and penae paid. If yon wol mploynnal wriu WANTED Agent In era'h p!iu to show samples of shoes, clothiiiK and lpave price lists. t"d dtRnip ifor jealeuuiwertoiiiKUK"",u,BVim' " " " When writing advertisers mention Advocate Permanently Cured ! ! ! ! Koine treatment, 0 to SJ5. fcjend stamp for book. j.io. b. harms, Port Payno, Ala. When writing advertisers mention Advocate jf ? r-''!--vl TRRKSHIKR, Chwfcr Whlas, V -.."-.j :v 1 Jeroej Hod and Poland China f l B"V Winn- JrM, Ouernty u4 Holatcln Cattle. Thorounkbrd V.;v.- ' -y'V. Y Shtp. Fancj Poultry. Hooting P:. r; ! Jr and lloone Do.. Catalogue. B. wrlUTll, CiwLranfilie, Cheater Co.. 1'eaaa. When writing advertisers mention Advocate hiiii.,.i.ip mall II mliii.i I it.i.ii.itiailm When writing advertisers mention Advocate You have your troubles, we have the rem edy. A Quarter of a Million suffering Women o...

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