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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 July 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 0 believe in ita sincerity. The utteraoea of the party platforms and the acta of the party leaders cannot .be harmonized. In fact, I do not see any reason for the continued existence of the party under these conditions, be cause the republican party haa a prior right to this policy, and ia better pre pared to advocate and support it. Mr. Editor, there should be more pa triotism and leas partisanship in poli tics. Since attaining my majority, I have followed the democrats party, but I shall follow it no farther. I am cot leaving it; it haa left me. The demo cratio platform of 1892 ia good doctrine to day, and I am still in favor of a low tariff that will Mlsad ta ultimate free trade; free silver coinage, at the ratio of 16 to 1; an income-tax, and government legal-tender paper currency to replace national-bank notes. This being my political creed or principle, I think I. can best serve it by voting the People's party ticket in the coming election. Respectfully, P. W. Fr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 July 1894

10 PIECE! ADVOCATE, Kansas fairs. Following ia ajlist of fairs to be held in Kaphas durincr the Dresent year, their dates, locations, and secretaries, bj re ported to the state board of agriculture andfarniflhed by Secretary F. D.Co burn: Allen County Fair and Moraa Driving Park association: H. P. Smith, seoretary, Moran; August 22-25. Anderson County Fair association: M. L.White, secretary, Oarnett; September 5-7. Brown'County Exposition association: C.H.Lawrence, secretary, Hiawatha; Sep tember4 7. Chase County Asrrioulfcural association: ' Chas. Gregory, secretary, Cottonwood Falls; September 26 -28. - - Cly CauatrFair- association : J. J. Marty, seoretary, Ciay Center; August 23 31. Coffey County Fair association: J. E. Woodford, secretary, Burlington; Septem ber 10-U. Cowley County Fair and Driving Park assaoiation: A. C. Bangs, seoretary, Win field; S aptember 25-27. Crawford County Agricultural society: George E. Cole, seoretary, Oirard; August 28-31. Finney County Agricultur...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 July 1894

ADTOOATR 11 PEFFXB OF KANSAS. In Support of His Eailroad Resolutions lie Unmasks Senatorial and Clerical Hypoc risy. On July 10, the resolutions submitted by Senator Peffar tha day previous were read in the United States senate aa fol lows: Be it resolvid by the lenjte of the United States: First That all publio funotiona ought to be exercised by and through publio agencies. Second That all railroads employed in interstate oommeroe ought to be brought into one organization under the control and supervision of publio officers; that charges for transportation of persons and property ought to bs uniform throughout the country ; that the wages of employes ought to be regulated by law and paid promptly in money. Third That all coal beds ought to be owned and worked by the states or by the federal government; and the wages of all persons who work in the mines ought to be provided by law and paid in money when due. Fourth That all money used by the people ought to be supplied only by the g...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 July 1894

12 THE ADVOCATES, ' government and from the state. Thfl same is done even in oar high schools, which are the coma of the country district school, the crowning glory, the ambition of the country boy and girl. They are having military science taught in some of the country schools, and in come of our public schools here in the capital of the American republic I have seen the boys go out and drill on the public streets. More than that, even in our Sunday schools there is a military air. It is time that this military idaa, the idea of quailing every little disturbance by force, should cease, and that brings me to the vital point in this whole contro versy. What are you going to do when disputes arise between employers and employes? Keep your hands off, Mr. President. That is my advice. Just keep your hands away from them. The parties in interest will settle the matter themselves, and they will do it without bloodshed. They will do it without using the torch; they will do it without getti...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 July 1894

-2X Still Fighting. Continued from page 1. of labor; do friend of humanity will oc cupy a seat or a berth in a Pullman car. Let this policy be inaugurated and we will then see how long the railway com panies will be bound by they contracts, as they have induced the publio to be lieve, to haul Pullman cars. "We propose to continue this fight against the Pullman company through good and evil report and without regard to consequences until justice shall be done. There will be no surrender. We will use every available and lawful means to press the contest. It is re quested that all papers throughout tie land favorable to labor, to justice, to humanity, copy this statement in full and keep it standing as long as pos sible." In regard to. the appeal, Mr. Debs said this evening: "Since the ceesation of the hostilities we have received letters from all parts of the country from per sons who say that while they do not sanction violence in the Pullman tight they are with us first and last. Th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 July 1894

v 14 THE ADVOCATE, Esrzz Will the Court Please Answer? ' The mercy I to others show should ever be The mercy others measure out to me. Editor 'Advocate: I respectful! submit the following queries to Jcd Foster, and beg that he fraakly aasw them through the columna of your paper, because I think the qutstiona I ask him to answer are of publio interest, and ought to be fully answered by him, viz: First la it true that you have bean physically unable much of the time dar ing the past two years to discharge the official duties of your position, and have regularly drawn your salary as though such official duties had been discharged by you? Second Is it true that you refuse to resign your position so that the presi dent may appoint some competent per son who is physically able to perform the duties of the office, unless you axe given a liberal life pension for your rea- ignation, and that a bill is now pending in congress for that purpose? Third la it true that you own a pala- ' tial resi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 July 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 15 Kansas Faerie's Putr KtAra, 1231. We the representativea of the People'a pert el the iUM of Kansas, in eonventlon assem bled, do hereby reaHinn our allegiance to the principles enunciated In the Omaha platform, and pout to the records of oar represensativee la congress as an evidence of their loyalty to that platform. We meet at this time under conditions which aee every prophecy then made fulfilled, and every indictment which waa made therein against the republican and democratlo parties proven. Our sympathies go out to the unemployed, homeless and landless people of the country who have been brought to their present con dltlon in a great measure through the vicious, un-American financial policy or this govern ment; and we hold sacred the Declaration of Independence that all men are created equal; they are endowed by their Cieator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We condemn the unwise and cruel policy...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 July 1894

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

Zl ff'rr TOL.Vr,KO. 31. $1.00 A IEAJK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, AUGUST 1 1894. OFFICIAL STATE PAPEH. PROTECTION IS WHAT TEE DEM0O&ATIO SENATE IS C02JTEMOia TOB. They Can't Make the People See the Dif ference Between That and a Tariff lor Eevenue. Washington, July 29. Miaery holds full sway in the democratic camp. At least, that is true of those members of the house and senate who havi cher ished fend hopes of being returned to their present positions. Instead of heal ing the breach occasioned by the tariff bill, Gorman, Vest, and their friends, have widened it by openly denouncing the president for hia faithlessness to the sugar industry. The senate conferrees have said to those of the house that to strike out the differential on sugar ,'probably means the loea of eight votes in the senate, and also that it is equally important that coal and iron ore should remain in the bill as arranged in the senate. It does not ap pear that any difficulty haa arisen over coal and iron ore in the prese...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

2 TIE-IE ADVOCATE. CHANT OF THJC NIW CRCSADX. They have given to the railroads all the peo ple' vast domain, And the railroads rule the country from Ore gon to Maine, . , , . - ... Through the courts and legislatures for their special greed and gain. So we went marching on. Glory, glory, halleluiah 1 Glory, glory, hallelujah! Glory, glory, hallelujah 1 So we went marching on. They have brought unnumbered thousands of aliens o'er the waves, To take our bread and work away or crush ua into slaves. And when we dare to murmur we are hunted down as knaves So we went marching on. They have robbed us of our silver and locked up all the gold, They have burned the loyal greenbacks and the bonds the bankers hold, And the wealth of the republic by a handful is controlled. So we went marching on. We have waited on the pledges ever made and never kept. Till our children cried for food and our wives despairing wept, Waited till the feeble fainted, in death the starving slept, So we go marching on...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

TKCB ADVOOATB. ligion which causes dissensions. Let us be known by our lives as true Chris tians and keepers of our brethren. Church members should see the need of church reforms. If the church was ever in need of reform, perhaps it is still. We need only look back a few years to see that there has been great f reform in the church. My great grand father was an old-fashioned Baptist f preacher, one of the very elect of God, who could not fall from grace, but was always saved even when full of New England rum, of which almost every one in those days liked a liberal supply. And do we not all know people, who have a great stock of salvation for the next world, who haven't enough in this present one to keep them from swear ing, using tobacco, gambling and the like ? Such poorly-saved Christians are enough to bring reproach on our cause. There was a time, when if a Populist had sa;d a word against the church, I should have promptly left the party, ' but I have had quite an experience sin...

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

4- TX-IE ADVOCATE. JED TBIBUITE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. it. n. r. a. PUBLISHED BVSBT WlDHZSBAY BY THE ADVOCATE PUBLISH1XS COMPANY, Booms 43 and 43 Knox Building, TOPXSA. - KAH3A3. 1.00 PER YEAB. AD fEliTiaiKQ KATIES. For single Insertion : Display matter, 30 cents per line, li lines to tee men. iteaainx notwes, 40 cents per line. Discount for long-time eca- ( Ind. Rural Press Areoo'n, ChJctDO 0 Elce P. O. VasVlmt, Mgr. ( Boyce Building. Entered at tne poatoff.ee at Topeka, Kansas, M leoona cnui manor. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1894. FOR CONGRESSMEN. First district '. II. C. Solomon Second district Frank L. Wlllard Third district T. J. Hudson Fourth district 8. M. Scott Fifth district John Davis Sixth district William Baker Seventh district Jerry Slmuson At-Largo W. A. Harris STATE OFFICERS. For Governor. L. D. Lewelllng For Associate Justice George W. Clark rot Lieutenant uovernor v. u Fur Dec k For Secretary of State J. W. Amis For Auditor of State Van B. Frather For Treasurer of State W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

THE ADVO OATS, THE RAILROADS OF GERMANY. A correspondent asks concerning the railroads of Germany whether they are owned by the government, and if their management is satisfac tory. The American cyclopedia of 1892 says: The total length of railroad in operation May 1, 1891, was 43,003 kilometres. The great majority of the railroads are owned by the state, only 4,755 kilometres belong ing to private companies, and of them, 325 are worked by the government. The annual of 1889 contains this statement: Although the public debts of ihe -states have been greatly increased by the national ization of the railroads, the profits of the lines, with the funds for construction and extinction of debts that were turned over by the oompanies, amounting altogether to 1,006,202,000 marks have more than paid for the construction of between 6,000 and 7,000 new railroads sinoe 1870 which cost 905,182, 000 marks. In his recent work, "The Railroad Question," ex-Governor William Lar rabee of Iowa says: No ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

6 TJrZ'El ADVOCATE, THE USURPATIONS Of THE COURTS. In the recent interview with Judge Brewer in this city he was asked, among other things, respecting the truthfulness of the charge made by Populists of the usurpation of power by the Federal courts. In answer to this question he said: The oourta hare no more power than they had under the first yean of the constitution in most reapeota. The acts of 1867 and 1875 enabled a man to sue his creditor wherever found and made some changes, bat in gen eral the powers hare not been enlarged. The change is in the great inoreaae in tae volume of business and subsequent enlarge ment of the corporations handling the aame. Formerly we never bad such great trans portation oompanies us the Santa Fe system, with its 9,000 miles of railway tracks. Re eeiverships were just the same, but the amount of property handled was much lees. The oourta do not find the receiverships of railroads a very pleasant task. Why, when the Santa Fe company was placed in t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

THE ADVOOATS. FINANCIAL PANICS: It has been quite generally sup posed that the panics which thi3 country has suffered from tine to time have been the natural and in evitable result of pnor speculation on the part of the masses of the peo ple. This has been the teaching of politicians and the press, and it has remained so long undisputed that there has been apparently little question in the public mind of its truth. In recent issues of the Advo cate we have published some facta relative to these periodical disasters that tend to upset the popular theory respecting: their cause. It appears upon careful inquiry that every panic that has occurred has been the result of a deliberately- planned conspiracy, conceived and executed for the advantage of the favored few who have a monopoly of special privileges in the financial af fairs of this country. To render such panics possible, certain conditions are first necessary to be established. Immediately fol lowing the war, and for several year...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

0 THE ADVOCATE. CONCERNING KANSAS. NOTES. Chairman John Richardson has sold his interest in the Wichita Beacon. The democrats of the First ccngres eional district in convention at Valley Falls July 25 indorsed H. 0. Solomon. It begins to look sa i! everybody in : the Seventh district is for Jerry Simp son. Poor Long will find his second trip up the river even rougher than the first. Nels Anderson, the Swede lecturer, la willing to n.ake campaign speeches in his mother language wherever he is wanted. County committees should bear this in mind. Scott Rice, of the secretary of state's office, will be called back to Smith county where they want him to serve as county attorney after next election. lie is'slready nominated for that position. It is foolish to squander money but it is absolutely wicked for a Kansas Popu list to contribute to the support of his enemies by paying money for the Kan sas City Star. That paper is the worst enemy Kansas has outside of Major Morrill. Luther Challis...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 0 the legislature the fealinjp and yearn ings of the wsgeworkars; and I shall labor for the interests of those who work for wages in the cities, or who give chattel mortgages in order to enjoy the privilege of working for less than noth ing on farms. "Corporations are always represented by their hired men in the legislature, and I shall not deem it my business to see that special privileges are granted to them at the expense of the workisgmen. No man can be injured by justice to the common people, unless he thrives upon in justice to them. "With these explanations, and through you thanking the convention for its flattering kindness to me and to those for whom I stand, I am, gentleman, at your service as your candidate for rep resentative of the Thirty-sixth (36tb) representative district. R. J. Sloat." Topeka's Alleged Sensation. Shawnee county has a county attor ney, H. C. Safford, who is in a sorry pre dicament. Since he, with other county officials, succeeded in get...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

10 ADVOCATE, THE GENERAL UPHEAVAL And a Few More Badlcat Bemarks About the the Great Strike. Editor Advocate: We hear the fre quent observation now that the great strike is passing away, even from those who have hitherto derided the idea that there was anything seriously wrong in our oonomy, that we shall have some legis lation now to straighten things and cor rect the blunders of the past. Yes, bnt why not before this; to ward it off and give no occasion for the strike and other similar demonstrations? Why didn't Cleveland, Sherman & Co. suggest a commission Ion ago to inquire what's the matter in the country,' instead of waiting till the damage ia done, ruin wrought and lives forfeited? A moiety of the time taken in fishing and bear hunting would suffice for the inquiry, if rightly directed, and lead to a happy solution. For if they seek information from some other source than Wall street or from bankers and bondholders, in a word, from the plain people, the masses, whom Jacks...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

11 THE LABOR FROBLEX. More Than Arbitration Necessary to Settle Labor Difficulties. Editor Advocate: In the Journal of the 10th inst. I had a short artiola with the title, MIa It Right?" The edi tor added the following headline: "Ar bitration the Proper Way to Settle La bor Difficulties." The article itself does not warrant such a heading, and in order to oorrect any false impression it might create in the minda of "headline read ers" I wrote a correction with the re quest that the Journal publish it, which the editor declined to do. The article in question, although agreeing that the destruction of prop erty was bad, brought oat the idea that the destruction of men human beings was much worse, and strongly con tended that it the Pullman company would accept the olive branch of peace held out by the workingmen and consent to arbitrate the differences, and if the railroad managers would also show some humanity and treat the men in their employ as men; take them back, even though 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. — 1 August 1894

TUB ADVOCATE, 12 PROTECTION, Continued from page 1. of the eub.committee. The geaaral de ficiency bill has not yet received any at tention whatever from the committee on appropriation. The bills which have received the preaident'a signature and have thus be come lawa are the pension, the poatoffice and the naval appropriations. The five bills which the president still has under consideration, are the legislative execu tive and judicial, the army, the diplo matic, the fortifications and the military academy appropriation bills. Those in conference are the Indian, agrioulture, the Dietriot of Columbia and the river and harbor bills. The general deficiency bill haa purposely been held back so that any necessary additions might be made before adjournment. The sundry bill haa given the sub committee a great deal of work and it haa only been by continuing its sittings every day daring the part weak and into some of the evenings that the sub-committee will have the bill in ehape to re port...

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