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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

TUB ADVOCATE- AN OPO LITTER. Respectfully Addressed to a Minister ot 8ev eral Kinds of Gospel. Topkka, September 22, 1891. Rev. A. S. Embrce: Dear Sir: I observe in the State Journal of September 19, an interview with you which I, aa a Populist, do cot propose to pass unchallenged. I will grant you at the beginning that the statements aa they there appear may cot be just as you would have made them in a written communication. Perhaps you may have been misquoted in some things. For your own credit I hope this is the oase. I have nothing from which to judge, however, bat the interview itself, and if, in regarding that as correot, I am led to do you any injustice I shall be only too willing to afford you the oppor tunity to make such correction as you may wish to make. I shall cot attempt to follow the order of subjects as they appear in the inter view, because you refer to the earns sub ject in different parts of it. I shall merely select such points as I wish to criticise. You say "t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

G ADVOCATE. THE EXCEPTION CLAUS3 ONCE M02E. A few republican speakers and a few newspapers have so far neglected their cesspool campaign as to men tion one matter which is of vital im portance in the proof it affords of re publican fraud in- the early days of the war. They mention it, not to throw any light npon the subjeat, but to pervert the facts and to de ceive the people as to what was act ually done. Mr. Dawes is one of the statesmen who is engaged in this undertaking, and the Capital of Sdptember 18 enters the ring as an other of the champions of falsehood upon one of Mr. Dawes' favorite themes. We have frequently cited the page in the Congressional Globe where the remarks of Thaddeus Stevens upon the legal-tender act may be found, but these cesspool politicians have no desire to find the trath upon this subject. It would not answer their purpose, and hence they can never be induced to look for it. Without again quoting Mr. Stevens' remarks we will once mora state concisely 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. — 26 September 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 7 THE RIDICULOUS COXEY MOVEMENT. Congressman's Hudson's friends in the Third district made it bo hot for him by reason of his connection with the ridiculous Coxey movement that he was oompelled to give up his fight before the campaign had fairly begun and lay down hisoongres eional ambitions when scarcely more than at the threshold of success. Capital, September 12. This ia about the nine bandied and ninty-ninth reason assigned by the republican press for Mr. Hudson's retirement from the contest in the Third district, and all of them en tirely ignore the reason which Mr. Hudson himself assigns for this step. The republican managers and press may assume whatever they please upon the subject. They may choose to regard this step as a certain augury of republican success in the Third district. They may interpret it as an abandonment of the field by the Populists. They may relieve themselves of all their surplus wind upon the subject, and indulge in all the vain-glorious bo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

8 THE ADVOCATE. CONCERNING KANSAS. THIS PAPER PAID FOB. The person who receives this paper need not fear a dan. It has been paid for to a certain date or else it is sent as a sample copy. If yon do not want it pass it to some one who appreciates a good thing. NOTES. The Southwestern soldiers reunion will be held at Arkansas City October 0 to 12. Secretary Ojborn says Kansas will ba a Waterloo for the republicans this year. State Auditor Van B. Prather is seri ously sick and not able to attend to the work of his office. The Barton Cbunty Irrigation Com pany is surveying for a canal to supply 200,000 acres of bottom land in that county. A strong effort is being made to get Thomas B. Heed to make speeches in Kansas. Ha acd Morrill together would stand up for Maine, their native state, in great shape. Stacy, of the Parsons Independent, seams to be responsible for the repub lican state central committee being called the "republican Mafia," and the name fits. The Mafia ia the Italian or g...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

THE ADVOOATB. 0 WHY, JAMES! YOU AEE UEGLEOTEJG YOUE 00S EESPONDEITOE SHAMEFULLY, And There Are So Many Points on Which Your Dear friends Want Informa tion, Too Please Answer. Topeka, Ka3., Septembar 22, 1804. Hon. Jamta A. Troutman: Dear Sir: I have been very much disappointed at the sudden breaking off on your part of our correspondence which promised so much of interest and pleasure to me. I have had many assurances from others that it was proving a source of information and pleasure to them, also. For these reasons I regret exceedingly that you have not seen fit to continue be cause I realiza that you are peculiarly situated and are able to impart much in formation to me and the public touching the reoords and history of your party, if you would only do bo. At the outset of this campaign we underatood that it was to be a "cam paign of argument." Bat of late your, party has made it a campaign of party record, slander and abuse. Therefore, in accordance with the plan of cam paign i...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 10 J310BE REPUBLICAN RECORD. Some Choice Extracts From the Metropolitan Police Investigation. Republican papers are complaining that the republican history we have bean publishing ia too ancient, and we will therefore giro them a more modern chapter this week. It ia not for want of later material that we began this hia to7 at bo early a date, but it waa be cause we design to show before we are through that the rottenness has not been peculiar to any particular tim, but haa extended, through the whole period of republican misrule in the state. Every legislature had an investigation of some kind to make, and the reports of these investigationa are many timaj too sick ening for literal publication. The leg islature cf 1891 inveitigated the ' metro politan police system, which republican editors now claim was so exceedingly immaoulate under republican rule, and we shall give this week some choice ex tracts from the report of this legislative committee. The report ia a very...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

THE ADVQ a .AT 22. 11 A FAMILY JAR CAUSES A EEPUBLIOAN TO E2P03E HIS PARTY'S HIPOOBISY. The "Capital" Editor Declares That for the EoDublican Party to Adont tha Frsa Silver Policy "Would Be a Baversal of Its Entire fiecord" Deplores the Bank efs Hostile Criticism." The following correspondence eeecaa to oaro Dooa lasenaea 10 D8 K8P wiinin tne republican family, but after Mr. Agrelius eentmimograph copies of it to eeveral of bis menus is ioos due a snort time tor one . OOT5T to leak out. Tha ma1af will not tha great difference between these two letter writers as to the position of the republican party on the silver question. The editor of me vapuai, wmie proclaiming openly tnat morrui ana ruue are ior iree surer, prl Tately declares his and his party's opposi tion to the silver doctrine. Ed. 1 Lindsboso, Kas , August 30, 1894. . Editor Capital: You say that Bill Hackney and I hays taken the full de gree of republicanism. Now suppose you do the same by getting squarely on the republic...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

12 THE ADVOOATB. A FAMILY JAR, Continued from page ll. democratic and People's party, assuring success in the coming elections, both this fall and in 1896, and we can elect a republican president on that issue with protective tariff, which gives a good ba sis of a mutual meeting ground between the East and the West It ia well known that the People's party is not in favor of coinage of any kind, but by youratti tuda and some others on that question, you have given them a ohance to put it in their platform, and they are making use of it to take men out of our ranks, dscaiving them it is true, bat taking them from us, nevertheless. CONTRACTION GIVES THE CREDITOR AD VANTAGE. You seem to think that all bankers are in favor of contraction of the cur- " rency, but in that you are in error. The veteran banker, John Thompson, V president of the first national bank that was organized in New York city, then vice president of the Chase national bank, said in a paper read before the national sil...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 13 ROLLING ONWARD. Continued from page 1. pecially worthy of mention. The rec ords of the old parties were thoroughly ventilated, and the libelous, slanderous campaign they are conducting was shown up in a straightforward way which carried conviction with it. Mr. Snider 13 one of the best campaign speakers in the state and the people of Stafford county will never fail to give him a good audience. ATTORNEY GENERAL LITTLE AT OSBORN. Osbobn, September 21. The greatest meeting of the season was held at this place to-day; 2.CC0 people were present, not one-half of whom could get into the opera house. The meeting would have been held in the grove, but just as Attor ney General Little arrived it began to rain, and in a few momenta the opera house was crowded and a platform erect ed in the center of the hall from which the speaking took place. Mr. Little spoke for two hours and when he olosed many in the hall rushed up and congrat ulated him on hia effort This was one of the g...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

14 TS3:3 ADVOOATB, ENLIGHTENING 0YEEMYE2. Further Examplfg of Paternalism Under Which We Have lired. To Governor Overmyer: So we Bee that the principal of indi vidualism in our government structure is pretty thoroughly played out indeed was ignored in our economy very early in our existence aa a nation; and a sys tem of corporations and combined wielded by the crafty and cunning few substituted in its stead. Our fathers, so jealous of a titled aristocracy and of artificial dignities that they forbade thsir creation, never dreamed of a far more deleterious and dangerous egency proceeding from perpetuities and vested rights to pray upon poor humanity, and therefore, left the door wide open-' these with the results that havs cor' pass in our day and which have cally altered the whole theory and char acter of their work. And every instinct and interest of designing man contrib uted to this change. His ambition as well aa his avarice and greed was an tagonistic and inimical to the simple...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 15 would Ball from $4 50 to 15 per gallon Assuming tha smaller value the profits on the transaction would amount to 242 million dollars." Thtpre is over 100 million dollars of the internal revenue tax on whiaky past due and haa been for years. Indeed, the tax is only payable at the discretion of the distiller, and it may be deferred for twenty years or longer, if he bo chooses er desires. And during all this time his goods are increasing in value many hundred per cent, on the capital invested. Theie are few investments on the continent that yield a profit equal to that in whisky thus held in the custody of government officials undergoing the aging procees, and as already stated, it may be eo held for any length of time the distiller chocees without the pay dent of the tax, beirg the only form of property known upon which the owner can defer the pa ment of the govern ment dues indefinitely at his own dis cretion. Aid yet we talk of paternalism as if it was something unh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 September 1894

)' th:ei advocate. 10 P, nT iwnrniMA PIGS AND SHOUT- terra, bred by J. H. Taylor, Pearl, Kaa. WANTED Agent in each place to show samples of "aboes, clothing and leave price lists, bend stamp for lealed answer to BinssA Co.. Louisville, Ky., Hox 645. When writing advertisers mention Advocate FOR ALL, W "!"? "a I ii' A iMDM'a paid. If you want employment writ. Vkk at once to P. 0. VICKBBT, Auriit,lIalD 0H filtHIF. Permanently Cured ! ! ! ! Ill ! S ( i Home treatment, pa to S35. iiialUtwtil Send stamp for hook. jno. B. harms, Port Payne, Ala. DOUBLR f7 Bmcn-Lotiier j j L : ss.oo. Hn Bin.CStl.16' VATCHESUiii BICYCLES $13 All kinHai thu hn. Before 70a buy 4 M t IPOWELL A CLEMENT CO. When writing advertisers mention Advocate EEHTS WANTED for "SlrlklM far Uft." Labor's side of the labor question, by John SwinSon, the Pillar of Light of labor move ment. Complete agents' outfit FREE. Quick, large profits. Add. National Fab. Co., Chicago. 8. WSdUTU. U KUran tilts FRRflHIRR. Cheater Wnlta. Uer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

f J I: 'Hr VOL.VI, NO. 40. $1.00 A YXAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 3, 1894. OFFICIAL STATE PAPEB. SHAME! SHAME! THAT THE PEOPLE OF KAHSAS SHOULD BE INSULTED With Such Effrontery as the Naming of This Morrill for Governor Mora About the Hypocrite's Bascality. If there ia one thing that the home loving and industrious people of Kansas have learned to hate more than all others it is that 'class of vampires who live and fatten off the industry of their fellow men. These modern Shylooks who are not satisfied with the usurious interest and the high rentals the dis tressing times enable them to squeeze from the people, but who take advan tage of every opportunity they find to possess themselves of other people's homes, must expect no charitable con sideration from the people of Kansas. They are a disgrace to civilization and the bane of society in general. E. N. Morrill, candidate for governor, has long been at work earning the repu tation of a Sbylock. For weeks the good people of Kansas ha...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

2 THE ADVOCATE. PBEPAKING FOB SUFFRAGE. The Representative From the Kitchen Has the Floor. NO. x. BY CON HEALY. "I have been reading a great deal lately on the subject of railroads, Cicero. My attention was called to it by the great strike this summer, when our friends from California were de layed so long on the road on account of the roads being unable to run trains. Don't you think that it is the duty of the government to interfere and settle this matter in some way so as to pre vent such things from happening?" "Well, Sophia, if you had been read ing as much as you think you have, you would see that the government did step in and settle the matter." "How was that? I hadn't heard of it yet." "Why, Cleveland sent the soldiers and a few gatling guns to the scene of the difficulties, and that soon settled matters." "Oh, yes. I read of that; but I wouldn't call that settling a question of this kind. That might do in case of an outbreak by the Sioux Indians, but In a case where there ...

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

THE ADVOCATE 0 Another Wy to Bob the State. The legislature of 18S6 appointed a committee to investigate the remodel ing of the east wing of the state capi tol, and the senate journal of that year contains the report of the committee. It may occur to benighted readers in the rural districts that the necessity of remodeling this wing so soon after erection indicates some mistake or bad calculation in the original construc tion, but sucji thoughts as - these must not be encouraged. Don't architects know how to build a state capitol? No one can doubt that they do after read ing the report of this committee. The report says: "Early during the last session of the legislature a resolution was adopted, requesting the board of state house commissioners to cause to be prepared plans for remodeling the senate cham ber.and an estimate of the cost thereof, and report the same to the chairman of the committee of the ways and means to enable that committee to re port an appropriation to carry the...

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

4 THE j.D"TOOJLT33. AHD TOPEKA TBIBUI7E. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. IT. P. PUSLIBHSD BYXST WXD5XSDAY BT THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHES COHFAJIY, Booms 43 and 45 Knox Building, ZOP2E3A, - - - KANSAS. $1.00 FEB YEAR. ADTKHTLSllfa RATX3. For single Insertion : Display matter, 20 cents per Una, 14 fines to the inch. Blading notices, 0 cents per line. DUcoont for long-tuna eon-mi Ind. Rural Press Assoo'n, P.O.VAaVuar.Mgr. Boyoa Building. Eutored at the pootofflceat Topcxa, Kansas, u taoond clan matter. WEDNESDAY, OCTBEB 3, 1834. FOB C0NGKE8SMEN. Pint district H. C. Solomon Second district Frank L. Willard Third district T. J. Hudson Fourth district 8. M. Scott Fifth district John Davis Sixth district William Baker Seventh district Jerry Simpson At-Large. W. A. Harris STATE OmCIBS. For Governor. L. D. Lewelllng For Associate Justice George W.Clark For Lieutenant Governor D. I. Furbeok For Secretary of State J. W. Amis For Auditor of State Van B. Prather For Treasurer of State W. H. Biddle For Attorney...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

THE ADVOOATE. 5 THE OLD, OLD STOUT. The Sanday edition of tha To peka Capital devoted four columns of space upon the first page to a re hash of tha old Fete Kline boodle story, The style of it is varied in this instance by getting Pete Kline to tall it himself, bnt otherwise it is tha same story that was investigated by a senate committee consisting of two Popnlists, two republicans and one democrat, at the close of tha last legislature. We referred to this matter only a short time ago, bnt as we have several thousand new sub scribers since that time we will re peat substantially what we said about it then. The charges were made originally by Joe Hudson and this committee gave him every opportunity to sub stantiate them. Every witness that he asked for was summoned and a thorough investigation was made. The report of the committee was a unanimous one and we reproduuce the following paragraphs of it show ing the conclusions arrived at: We beg farther to report as to GoTernor Lewellin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

0 TSIjEI ADVOCATE, THE IEOAI-TENDES BILL We subjoin a few quotations from the dis jussion in the house upon this bill by the leaders of the administra tion party in order to show their i idsa3 of what the money of that pe riod should be. Mr. E. G. Spauld iag, a banker, is acknowledged to be the author of the original bill &s it was introduced in the house. On January 28, 1862, in the beginning of the discussion, Mr. Spaulding said: Congress may j id je of the present exig ency. It may decide whether it will au thorize the secretary of two treasury to issue treasury notes and make them a legal ten der in payments or whether it will put out its own 7-per-eent. bonds on the market at various rates of diaoount and raise the money at any sacrifice the money lender may require to meet the pressing demands upon the treasury. In one oaae the government will be able to pay its debts at fair rates of interest; in the other, it must go into the streets "shin ting" for means like an individ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

.1' ! TI-2E3 ArVOO.TID. 8TALWAET MENDACITY. If Abraham Lin coln ware running for oongreaa in Kansas thia year he would be more abused by the Populist orators than old John Sherman himself. Lincoln not only signed the " ex ception law" but he urged congress to pass it-Capital, Sep tember 26. Mr. Chairman, let me say in conclusion that unless thia bill Ann ruuu with the la- gal tender clause in it, it is not desirable to ita friends ob to TOT ADMI5I8T RATION that it pass at all, and those who think as I do will have to vote against it if it shall be thus mutilated and emasoulated. If it is to be defeated I would be glad if we had the power which they have in the Brit ish parliament re Bign our places on the committee of ways and means and leave to those who oppose this bill to mature some other measure. Thaddeus Stevens in the bouse February 8, 1862. Congressional Globe, part 1, eeoond session Thirty-seventh oon gress, page 689. These remarks related especially to the legal tender cla...

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

0 CONCERNING KANSAS. THIS PAPER PAID FOB. Tho person who receives this paper need not fear a dan. It has been paid for to a certain date or else it is ssnt as a sample copy. If yon do not want it pass it to soma one who appreciates a good thing. ' NOTES. J. D. Botkin's nomination for con grecs has necessitated his cancelling some of his dates ontaide of the Third district. John A. Eaton has offered his services to the Populist committed of the Third district, and they have been cbeerf ally accepted. David Overmyer's much talked of honesty might receive a shock if he could stop praising Icgalls long enough to investigate Morrill's land ; thieving record. C. 0. Martin, son of Senator Martin, died in ilatchinson on the 26th. He was temporarily located at that place as receiver of the Hutchinson national bank and his sickness was very short. A postmaster in Pratt county notifies this office that a certain patron of his re fuses to take the Advocate from the postoffiae, and gives as the ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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