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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

TI2I3 ADVOCATE, laid ia a natural product and ia also the basis cf all vreallb, therefore each indi vidual ia born with an inalienable right to a piece of land. I am not going to controvert the position. I cannot under stand, however, how the possession of a tract of land ia going to insure to an in dividual a living, nor how the non-ownership of land ia in itself going to de prive one of a living or happiness or prosperity even. Grant, if you please, that land ia the baaiaofall wealth. It ia nevertheless but a basis. Let it ever be remembered in this connection that natural products alone can be accredited to land. What ever results from human effort, he alone has an inherent right to, who puts forth that effort. The value of the natural products of the soil is usually alight com pared to the value of such products when prepared for their ultimata use the timber in a tree and the metal in the ore as compared with the same in the finished carriage, for instance. The greater the degr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

14 msia ADVOCATE. (BY A KANSAS JUDGE.) To a large class of American citizens there is no political argument so strong as the application of some epithet or catch phrase. Some orators, wise in their own estimation, resolve all great questions by some simple formula and relieve themselves from all necessity of continuous thought by merely catching hold of a word ending with ism. These persons are constantly demol ishing the People's party with the epithet, paternalism. Paternalism is fatherly care and protection. How absurd they say to think that the govern ment which is but the people can care for and protect the people. If gov ernment is not established to benefit the whole people, who is it 10 benefit? That the government can aid immensely a few of the people there is no doubt, for in all ages and under all forms of government a few of the people always seek to employ the powers of the government for their especial benefit and to the oppression and injury of the great multitude. Be...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 15 luiu rsople's Party Katfora, USL We tli representatives of the People's parly ef atate of Kansas, in convention assem bled, do heraby re Affirm oar allegiance to the principles enunciated la the Omaha platform, and point to the records of oar representatives "3 eougress m an evidence of their loyalty to Taat platform. We meet at this time under eruditions which see every prophecy thta eU02a falfllled, end every Indictment which was ma.de therein against the republican end democratic parties proven. Oar sympathies go oat to the unemployed, homeless and landless people of the country who have been brought to their present con dition la a great measure through the vicious, un-American financial policy of this govern meat; and we hold sacred the Declaration of Independence that all men are created equal; they are endowed by their Cieator with certain Inalienable tights; that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We eondema the unwise and oruel poli...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 August 1894

pOLAMDCHINA PIG3 AND SHORT 1 terras, bred by J. H. Taylor, Pearl, Kaa. I FOB ALL. I"5 month salary snl Mum r'1' ,f TIB ''n, 'P0T'"0 wr,w at once to P. O. VIC KURT. Auia.U,ll aina. W4NTE1I Acent in each place to show samples of Owes, clothing and loave price list. tnd stamp .for leulM answer to Bias." & Co-Louisville. Ky.. Box 645. When writing advertisers mention Advocate Permanently Cured ! ! ! ! Home treatment. (20 to 33. Hend stamp for book. j.io. a. Harris, Port Payne, Ala. When writing advertisers mention Advocate HO When writing advertisers mention Advocate SH3P Tear Eattsr, Ejfls, Fruit, Poultry, Hldas, Prodxct of any kind to iht VILLO AM I3EHSAHT1LE CO. ST. J0, 113. Berry Crates, Boxes and Baskets. Best prices and prompt sales and rotors. turn m YOuaicnDsno Fon apples. Srfer to any tank la tha eliy. Our 1894 PERKINS' STEEL GALVANIZED FOVEB aoJ PERKINS DS WITH C3APHITE B9XES AH5 STIU TQW8. Prices satisfactory. Warrant covers alt points. In vesicate before buying. Cata log...

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

TOL.VI, NO. 32. $1.00 A TEAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, AUGUST 8, 1894. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. MORE BONDS. TBEIE ISSUE DEPENDS ON DOTJBT Srl PUL OIBOUHSTANOES. Eevenue on Whisky and Tariff on Sugar Will Not Keep the Treasury Prom Going Dry. Washington, Aug. 5. There are dif ferences of j opinion among treasury o fficiala as to the probabilities of an other bond issue. Neither Mr. Carlisle nor Assistant Secretary Curtis is willing to admit that there is any real cause for alarm in the present financial situation. It is known, however, the president and his advisers are watching with eager interest every change in the financial situation and that every phase of it is being carefully and thoughtfully stud ied. Notwithstanding this solicitude, it is believed it is the judgment of the president that the situation does not famish any just apprehension and that better times may confidently be ex pected soon. From this point os view it ia argued the passage of the pending tariff bill is sure to result...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

TEC 33 jft.DVOOA.T33. PEEP A RING FOR SUFFRAGE. Sophia Calls Her Hosbaad'a Attenllon to the Tramp Question. NO. IV. BY CON IIEALY. ' "I fed five tramps to-day," said she as the family seated themselves at the supper table. "You did?" he asked, looking at her severely. "Why didn't you tell them to go to work ?" "I did," she replied, smiling at him good humoredly, "I did tell them to go to work after I had set out some vie tuals for them to go to work on." "Why didn't you tell them that they had ought to be ashamed of them selves for coming around begging for grub? Send such fellows to me. I'll talk to them." "I would be afraid to send them to you till after I had fed them. That coinage plank of yours and your theories about protective tariff wouldnn't go down very well on an empty stomach. I'd be afraid it would make anarchists out of them.'' "Anarchists!"' he exclaimed, warm ingup, "that's just about what they were anyway." "0, no. I hardly think so," she replied. "They didn't look ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

THE ADVOCATE, THE OLD FARCE. How History Bepfats Itself-The Panic of 18.J7. Editor Advocate: Each genera tion supposes that the history it is making and the responsibilities it is en countering are sui generis, peculiarly its own, and never occurred to man kind before; whereas they are only running the same round, enacting the same farce, and rejoicing in their good fortune, or cursing their destiny, the same as their fathers before them and all the generations in the past. Such is the purport and philosophy of the famous and favorite poem that Presi dent Lincoln always carried in his vest pocket and so often read to his friends, entitled, "Why Should the Spirit of Man Be Proud ?" And I am reminded of this by reading up the history of the great financial panic, bank explosion and credit failure of 1837, the circum stances of which I so well remember, and the causes of which were not one tenth in magnitude and importance of those that antedated and produced the ruin in which we are n...

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

4 THE ADVOCATE. 4y I ii maaaaagy OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. N. I?,. X. PUBLISHXD 1VSBT WSDNSSDAY BT THE ADVOCATE PUBLlSHtXS CQMSY. Booms 43 and tt Xnox Building, T OPTICA, - . - KAH8AS. $1.00 PEK YEAH. ADYEETT3ING BATE3. For slnjde Insertion : Display matter, 20 etmta per line, 14 lines to the Inch. Beading ncGfls, 40 cents per Una. Discount for long-urns eon- TltiSX )Ind. Rural Frees Asaoo'n, P.G.VAsVMW.Mgi. Boyoe Buildix. Entered at tne postofflce at Topeka, Earmi, as WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1824. JNIONI 7 FOB CONGRESSMEN. First district ;;-nvC;8$?,m02 8econd district Frank L. Willard Third district T.J.Hudson Fourth district M. 8cott Fifth district -John Davis Sixth district William Baker savunth ritRtrt.t Jerry Simpson At-Large W. A. Harris STATE OEFICEES. For Governor. .1 D. H7?l?ln? For Associate Justice .....George W. Clark For Lieutenant Governor D.L Fnrbeck For Secretary of State. J- W. Amis For Auditor ol State Van B. Prather For Treasurer of State W. H. Blddle For Attorney Genera...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 5 question proposed to all polit ical parties this year is what do yon propose to do to pnt the idle men of this country at work that will enable them to live decently; and what do you propose to do to raise prices of farm prodacts above cost of production? The issues of this cam paign are economic and social issues; they are issues involving the right of laboring men and women to live upon the face of the earth, and to be pro tected in the common rights of hu inanity and the enjoyment of a fair share of that which they produce. These are the questions that are to be met this year, gentlemen, and you cannot escape them by any cry of corruption which your political seav engers can raise against your oppo nents. Above all the din and noise of your McKinley tin horns, and above the odor of your cesspool cam paign, one fact stands out as clear 83 sunlight, that in all contests between organized capital and labor your sympathies and your efforts are all in behalf of capital...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

6 TiaiSl ADVOOATS the voice or Disponsa. FrtJioe asd Italy are attar the aaarchiais with new and stringent bills. Ia the lower house of Frauo ea bill was passed by a vote of 343 to 120. In Italy a similar atroog raaaaure pawed the chamber of deputies by a vote of 188 to 18. The govermaesta of Europe reoognize the importaaee of meeting the wares of an arohy and socialism that menace peace and good order. Tbe eooner this ooo&try etreagthena its army, posses more etriageni laws against treasonable nttarasoes and lawless agitators the better for the stability of the government. Capital, July 29. The ruling classes of the Old World do not eeem to have studied the lessons of history with profit. They have failed to leam that hu man progress cannot be stayed by penal statutes or by standing armies. Injustice is sure to work out its own retribution eventually regardless of legislative restraints or exhibitions of brute force. The establishment of despotism is always a dangerous pro ceed...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

THE ADVOOATa 7 PULLMAN PROFITS. The Railroad Gazette publishes a tabulated statement of the business of the Pullman company for the past six years ending July 31, 1893, which will throw some light upon the ques tion of profits as well as upon that of wages. Take from the yearly wages paid employes the rent which Mr. Pullman himself says averages $3 a room per month, or from $15 to $25 per family and see how much the men have left to pay water and gas rent and to feed and clothe tneir families. The following is the table: and up to within a short time he has held it down with hU own weight prac tically unasaisted. But Schilling la a determined, thoagh conservative man, and he has at last been rewarded by the long-looked-for stampede from the old parties to positions by his side, and he has generously "moved ever" and given op part of his space on his planks to thousands of men who have bean his bitter opponents and detractors. There's a big crowd with him in Wisconsin, but ha says th...

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

8 THE ADVOCATE. CONCERNING KANSAS. NOTES. The Populists of Wyandotte county nominated a straight ticket last Satur day. The Hutchison salt works are turning out abjat twenty-fiv carloads of salt a day. Kansas has not had an equal suffrage campaign since 1S67 when the proposi tion was defeated by a vote os 19,857 to 9,070. . The National hotel in Topeka is now in the haals of the First National bank, Hankla Brothers, proprietors, having failed. Mayor Gluck, of Dodge City, is under arrest for failing to notify the county at torney of violation of the liquor law in that town. Nearly every county has from one to a dozen equal suffrage clubs, and they are doing active work. This is enough to give David Orermyer the horrors. An irrigation association was organ ized at Oberlin with W. A. Taylor, presi dent It is not a political organization, but is for the promotion of bona fide water irrigation. Ex-Senator Ingalls was invited to ad dress the republican state convention at Excelsior Spring...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 9 tion I caused a noils to be entered of the prosecutions. That I took this action without oonferrin g with Dr. Filoher and do not know that he had any knowledge in regard to the course I would pursue. I further state that he did not request a dismissal of these proaeeu tions, and that no euoh request ever came from him at any time. That it was brought about entirely by the death of the defend ant Henthorn, and upon the statements of the other defendants referred to. Giobqi W. Scott. Regardless of Truth. That editorial factory, located at re publican state headquarters in Topeka, whose productions may be Been m nearly every republican paper in the state, is doing a rushing: business, though the manager shows an awfully reckless disposition to mix up facta and fibs and distort the truth. Along with the last jag of rot sent out to his cus tomers Secretary Bristow sent the fol lowing addressed to editors: Mi Dbab Sib: Enclosed you will find a slip containing a verbatim qu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

10 THE GREAT STAMPEDE. TMs Time It Is Ex-Senator Kelly Who leaves the Sinking Ship. Lawrence, Kas., August 1, 1394. John W. Breidenlhal, Chairman People9 Party Central Committee: Dear Sib: The process of absorption of the productive industries haa been going on for mora than twenty-five years, until at present a few corporations with great aggregations of capital, have com plete control of the mining, forestry, manufacturing and transportation in terests of the country. The few have become the employers, the many the employes. These corporate citizens claim to have inherited the rights and privileges exercised by the individval in the transaction of his private business, namely the right to employ and dis charge at will and to offer such compen eation for services as he sees fit, saying to labor "these terms or tramp." The exercise of this power unchecked by law, over .the tenure of service, the pay, the daily bread and hence the freedom of labor is greater than any power ever exerc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

TEE 33 ADVOCATE. 11 when once they really understand that the single or monopoly-tax is only a method and ths only method of tax ing all monopolies oat of existence, and the only yet discovered method of giving to labor its entire product for its own use and enjoyment, untouched by either exaction of monopoly or tax for public purposes, their hostility at once ceases. I have yet to meet the first honest re former who fully understood the single tax without indorsing it. Brother Allen's trouble in under standing the land question is a common one they think of land in terms of area instead of in terms of value, and that men can live in the world without using land to live upon, and can work without using land to work upon. They also . fail to note the shifting or incidence of rent, by which it finally falls upon the poorer classes. They also fail to dis tinguish between economic and monop oly rent, hence do not see that farmers and others enjoying only economic rent have the whole of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 12 How Government Ownership Might Bs Ef fected. Editor Advocate: In your issue of the 23d inst., you quote the following from the Emporia Gazette: "Their conventions resolve, their orators favor and their papers demand governmental ownership. But not a platform, not a speaker or paper of note ever offers a plan for the government to secure the ownership." For that editor's consider ation you suggest the plan of the gov ernment's commencing by the fore closure of its mortgage on the Union Pacific railroad. The statement of the Gazette is quite remarkable in this: First That it should suppose that party platforms were ever made to contain anything but the general declaration of principles upon which the party would administer the political power of the government. He ought to know, and probably does know, that such platforms never assert the details of any plan by which these principles ehall be enforced. Second It is unfortunate that an editor of so prominent a paper sh...

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

TSEES ADVOCATE. 13 Not Published by the Corporation liek spittle Press. The foUowinsc is found in the Chicago Times of July 23. Great excitement was caused in the strike district by the Rev. Dr. J. L. Lockhart's sermon in the First Baptist church of Pullman on "What Is Loyalty to the Flag." The clergyman was not the only one who addressed the congre gation, for at the close of the sermon J. W. Matthews, the wealthy proprietor of a boiler foundry, rose in his pew and made a bitter reply to the preacher and defended Pullman before the benedic tion was pronounced. Dr. Lockhart asked that all who were in sympathy with him shake his hand. The whole congregation, save Matthews and his family, gathered around the pulpit and for half an hour shook hands with the preacher and thanked him for his ser mon. Matthews strode angrily from the church. The substance of the ser mon was as follows: "In these times of trouble and unrest and discontent it seems proper to me that we may gather in God's 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. — 8 August 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 14 A Poisible Coup d'EUL Tha eendirg of federal troopa to Chi cbjo, despite the protest of the governor of the state, marks a new departure in constitutional procedure end will servo as a noteworthy precedent in time to come. In effect, it amounted to interfer ence of government to support an indi vidual capitalist, who, by the admission of journals hostile to the popular cause, stands confessed as an arbitrary auto crat, who haughtily declined arbitration, and at this moment is probably the best hated man in the United States. The mails furnished but a flimsy pretext, for it was proved to demonstration that the mails could easily have been moved but for the underhand trickery of the man Pullman in making every train a mail train. The first time a New Yorker has a dispute with a local postman, he may, on this specious reasoning, subject the city to a visit from the federal troopa, despite the protests of the governor and the mayor. Another point of constitutional inter...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 15 Kanus People'! Party Pletfhni, 1894. We the representatives of the People's party of the state of Kansas, in convention assem bled, do hereby reaffirm our allegiance to the principles enunciated in the Omaha platform, and point to the records of our represensatlvea In congress as an evidence of their loyalty to that platform. We meet at this time under conditions which see every nronhncT than made fulfilled, and every indictment which was made therein against the republican and aemocrauo parties proven. Cin r avm Tilth Ias m nnt nnimnln. homeless and landless people of the country waonavo weeu orougnt k meir present con dition in a gnat measure through the vicious, ua-Amtncia nnanciai policy oi tnis govern ment; and we hold sacred the Declaration of independence tnat all men are created equal they are endowed by their Cieator with certain Inalienable rights: that amonir thesa are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We condemn the nnwise and cruel policy of a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 August 1894

16 THE ADVOCATE POLANDCHTNA PIGS AND S20BT boras, bred by J. H. Taylor, Pearl, Kaa FOR ALL. $" "" 'rr nl ptn.es paid. If yon omp!ojmrt writ at once to P. O. VICKERT, AaaiU,lltln. WANTED Agent in eiu:h plnoe to show samples of shoes, clothing and lrave price liHts. biid stump for tep'-d answer to BIkks A Louisville, Ky.. Jinx (MS When writing advertisers mention Advocate gmjbeh Permanently Cured ! ! ! ! Home treatment. 20 to (05. Hend stamp for book. 11 J so. B. Harris, Port Payne, Ala. When writing advertisers mention Advocate miD u' uuir 3D' i it. viiii.i .nil I.. in m imltlti iu'ii li.nm ' I iiiiiti'J The fay to When writing advertisers mention Advocate fair Bottor, Eb$. Fruit. Poultry, Hldit, frodsee oi any ninn to in VyiLLUAa UEBCA3IT1LE CO. ST.J0E,tJS. Berry Crates, Boxes and Baskets. Bast prices and prompt tales todttnxns. cd:d U3 YOun:onDH3 fch apples. Bef er to any bank In tin city. Oar 1894 PEfiXINS' STEEL GALVANIZED POWER uj PUB PERKINS f.!!LL WITMQSAPHITIIOm AMD SHEl TOWE...

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