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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

THE -ft.DVOO-A.T2U 0 SHAME, SHAME! (Continued Jrom pag6 1.) that somebody elsa had the whole title to and had paid the taxes on for years and then bleed them for pocket change spending money, you know. Great scheme. Bat no one but that oily gang could have carried it on and gone an hungr, or at least, un whipped of justice. SOMS LA TEE DEVELOPMENTS. Last winter the heirs of Duncan Mc Gregor had occasion to mortgage their eighty the remaining eighty acres of the said northwest quarter, section 1, township i, range 2, and the same in f ernal scheme stood in the way, and had to be gotten .rid of. But list yel A change has come over Morrill's dreams. He wants to be governor now and is lay ing the ropes. That was in December last In fact he had been pulling all possible strings ever since he was da feated for the nomination in 1892 when the delegation from this county was againat him. jThia is what happened: E. N. Morrill Jwaa written to to sea what would be the cost of a quit-chim deed ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

TI-IB ADVOCATE. 10 A Republican Failure. Editor Advocate: The republioana had their "big (?) rally" hereon the 21st, at which the Hon. (?) J. W. Ady at tempted to annihilate the Pope. Mrs. Carrie Chapman-Catt was also present to speak in behalf of woman suffrage. She had been billed to speak here at the court house at 8 o'clock p. m., September 21. So the republicans took advantage of her meeting know ing that Bhe waa a drawing card to have a "grand rally" at 2 o'clock p. m.t and in order to get a big crowd they chartered a epecial train from Ft. Scott, and lol and behold, when the train arrived there were eight persona got off and each of them came on a free pass so stated by the agent at this place, who, by the way, ia a republican. The day waa delightful and the wagon roada in splendid condition for travel. Near the hour of noon quite a batch of colored folka from the mining district of Crawford and Cherokee countie3 In com mand of Colonel (?) Brown hove in sight. At the appointe...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

TECS ADVOCATE. 11 A Bepubllcan'YIews. Editor Advocatb:- Believing there are others thinking along the same lines 83myalf, I come now offering a few crude thoughts, expressed perhaps in cruder phraseology, hoping to draw from abler pens than mine a better exposition of the views herein adyanced. I have always been a republican, and am now, to the extent of indorsing, as an entirety, the principles of the party, but haye come to believe that the party is not progressive enough for the times neither is the democratic party. Lack of sufficient progression in these parties has created thousands upon thousands of restless, discontented voters and the number is constantly and rapidly being augmented. This state of unrest arises from a deep seated and well-founded conviction that there is "something" about our government either in its administration or funda mental principles radically wrong. What is that something? Is it to be found in any one or more of what we are pleased to term the gre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 12 ENLIGHTENING OVEBMYEE. More About the Beauties and Advantages of Paternalism. To Governor Overmycr: A celebrated French artist haa made ua acquainted with a most worthy coun try gentleman who had talked prose all hia life without knowing it. So you and I have lived under paternalism all our lives and have jaat waked up to it. I confess I was slow in coming to the con clusion that it wcs the duty of the gen eral government to assume the owner ship end control of the railroads of the country and run them in the interest of the people instead of a few favored ones who were thus enabled to live off the sweat and toil of their fellow met, a thing utterly and flagrantly hostile to the very first and f undamennal principle of democracy. Why I should have been so slow and reluctant I can't now for the life of me understand. The con trary seems bo outrageously unjust to the masses, and so indefensible as a prin ciple that I wonder that I should not have seen it in that light...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

TI3E1 ADVOCATES. 13 the destruction of "liberty" i9 meant the continuation of the present arrangement of affairs by which the farmers, and other producers have been, are cow, and are yet to be deprived of the major part of their produce. The "civilization" to be preserved by the destruction of "liberty" is intended the perpetual existence of the conditions whereby the laboring class'have been, are now, and are yet to be defrauded of the greater part of their hire. The "civilization" to be preserved by the destruction of "liberty" is meant the everlasting inheritance, to us and our children after us, of the national bank system, national bonded indebtedness, protection alone for the manufacturing interests, and government partnership with railroads, whisky trusts, and un lawful aggregations of incorporated and unincorporated oapital of all kinds. The "liberty" to be destroyed in order to preserve civilization is meant the de struction of all organized or unorganized efforts on the pa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

THE ADVOOATS, 14 Gathered Thoughts: The Province of the Church. Wbila not agreeing with many things in the following communication, it baa liter ary merit and its publication may awaken discussion along certain Unea that might perhaps be profitably pursued. Ed.j Make unto yon, friends of the mammon of iniquity, that when you shall fall they may receive you Into everlasting dwellings. Come unto Me all that labour and are bur dened, and I will refresh you. Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Editor Advocate: In various issues it haa been stated that it is the province cf the church to take part in political strife for the purpose of reform; that Romanism and Episcopacy are the only churches which exercise ecclesiastical or clerical control in politics;- that the .church did not aid in the abolition of slavery and that Oar Lord was a polit ical reformer whose kingdom we may look for in this world. Permit me, please, to add merely a thought on gen eral p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

THE ADVOCATE. More Trouble. The spinners and weavers of New Bed ford to the number of 10,000 have struck against a 10 per . cent reduction of wag8a, The poverty of the men is great; their wn&a averaging under old condi tiona before the cut was made only $6 per week. Bare floors, ragged old cots, broken chairs and tables, comprise their possessions. Empty larders, face hoi lored-eyed, woebegone women and children. When the reduction of 10 per cent, was ordered, the men broke into tears, and deolared they had "touched bottom," and that it was im possible to live on the wages offered. These mill-workers are skilled laborers of intelligence, yet despite the recent lessons in military despotism, the poor, starving wretches tried to keep others from taking their places. A riot ensued in which many persons were injured. The daily press, commenting on the sit uation, says: "The strikers have become riotous and have lost public sympathy." 'Fublio sympathy" is good. It gives workingmen th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 October 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 10 POLANDCEINA PIGS AND SHOBT horns, bred by J. H. Taylor, Pearl, Kas. WANTED Aent In each place to show samples of "snoea, ciotmiiKaim leave price nms. rMio turnup r jealed answer to Ilia's Co.. Louisville. Ky.. 15ox 8-15 When writing1 advertisers mention Advocate i P 7 FK ALt" 75 montb slar7 n4 z -. ... i n vrrirvov a n.t u.i Permanently Cured ! ! ! ! Home treatment, pu to p, Hend stamp for Ixiok. iso. It. lUKitis, Port Payne, Ala. DOCHLK Brweh-Loader S5.00. RIFLES 1KB WATCHES When writing advert'sori mention Advocate M 1 n i , mi in , BICYCLES $15 All lB'U eiwr than vntunp torou aMaUfua, ) jPOWELL A CLEMENT CO. iuuaai.ni.,iiaenaau,u. IV ICC CANNOT SEE NOW Y00 DO IT AND PAY FftflBHT. til Buy. oar S drawar walnal or oak fi TJ TDrol Idea AmHlBCvruwInimachlaa flnelr linUhed. nickel Dialed. Utt.d to Urhl ana neavy worn; gaaranieaa lor iv lun) wUB Aatttmatle Bobbin Winir, ftlf-Tkraadiaf CjUo dr NbuUl,Helf.Hltlnt Noadla and acomplcto 1 ... tit HImI AltAhntat ari1nn.fl an a...

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

VOL.TI,NO. 41. $1.00 A YEAR. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 10, 189. OFFICIAL STATE PAPEB, CHARITABLE IHSTITUTIOHS. President of the Board of Trustees Draws a Striking Comparison as to POPULIST AND REPUBLICAN CONTROL. Improvements Have Been Made and Money Saved by the Present Management Ingalla' Slanderous Tongue and Sam Howe's Pigures. In a political document called "Rec ord Evidence" by Samuel T. Howe (four years state treasurer) and issued by the republican state central commitee, on page 12, he makes this statement: "Insane " asylum, Topeka, cost the state for the fiscal year endirg June 80, 1892, $109,269.09, republican officer. For the fiscal jear, 1893, $104,893 27, re publican first half, Populist second half. "For the fiscal year, 1894, $105,093.57, Populist. "During the fiscal year of 1894, the Populists had full control of that institu tion and in that year cf all others, when at least u majority of the people of Kan sas were economizing in home comforts and in business lines, t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

10 rs:z3 ADVOCATE. .PMPAMNG FOB SUFFBAGE. Cicero Think Sophia's Mind Is Prejudiced Against the fiepubllcans. NO. xi. BY CON 1IEALY. "You talk very freely, Sophia, about the government owning and operating the railroads in this country, but do you realize what a big undertaking that would be? 1 Do you know how many miles of railroad there are in this country?" " No, not exactly. Do you?" "Yes. There are about 108,000 miles. Just think of that. ,Where do you suppose the government is to get money enough to buy all the roads?" "I don't think the government would want all of them, but if it did how much would it cost?" "It would cost about 5 billions of dollars. We could never pay it." "The late war cost 6 billions, and that was all expense and no income, yet the people managed to pay it with out much trouble. The railroads if properly managed ought to pay for themselves. Take all the money that is now paid by the companies for at torneys' fees and salaries to officers, and what they pa...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

. TUES ADVOOATHI. in i i ii 3 PUBLIC AND PSIVATK. Some Information About Oar People's In debtedness. The following letter, which explains itBelf, was written to A. II. CoTille, of this county, in answer to letters of irquiiy re lating to the subject. Mr. Cotilla has com piled from this, and other sources of information, a statement of facta relatWe to private indebtedness which is of consid erable interest, but on account of other matter relating to the campaign, it is necessarily crowded out now. This letter will be reed with interest by everyone be cause of the source from which it comes. Ed.1 Department of the Interior, ) Census Office. Washington, D. C, April 30, 1894. ) A. M. Coville, P. 0. Box &1, Topeta, Kas,: Dear Sir Yours of the 25th inst ant is at hand. It is difficult to answer all of your questions, and some of them can be answered only by estimates or, more correctly, by guesses, and I should not want to give you any estimates or guesses for which you would hold th...

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

V- ' WW AX7D TOPEKA TBIBUHE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. N. JZ. I. JL. PUBUSHXZ) BVTBT WXDITESDAY BY THE ADVOCATE FUEMSHIX3 COMPANY, Booms 43 and 45 Knox Building, - . - KAX3A& 01.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING For tingle Insertion : DlipLjj matter, 20 cents per une, it unei w ue men. iwsaamx nonces. 40 cants per Una. Discount for long-time eoa-ra&a, Ind. Rural Press knsctfn, P. O. VAaVuurr, list. Boyce Building. Entered at the potofflceat TopekJuBAosu,! second cl&es matter. WEDNESDAY, OOTBEB 10, 1824. FOB C0NGBES8HXN. First district H.G. Solomon Second district Frank L. Wlllard Third district J. D. Botkln Fourth distrlot 8. M. Scott Fifth district John Davis Sixth district William Baker Seventh distrlot Jerry Simpson At-Large. W. A. Harris STATE OFFICXES. For Governor. I D. Lewelllne; For Associate Justice George W. Clari For Lieutenant Governor v. l rurDeox For Secretary of State. J. W. Amis For Auditor of State Van B. Prather For Treasurer of State W. H. Blddle For Attorney Gener...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

ADVOOAT33. CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. (Continued from jagt I.) represent a saving of $15,914.28 to the state at thia institution alona, under the Populist board? Bat, let us compare the cost of the eight charitable institutions for the year 1891 the year the Populist board was in control with the average cost of the same institutions for the fire proceeding years, under republican control. The Populists have only bean in control one year and we will take the five years under republican control, immediately preceding, so they can't say I picked out a single year in order to make a fa vorable showing. Average cost of each patient at asy lum (Topeka) for five years under repub lican control, $160.04. Cost of each patient for fiscal year ending June 30, 1891, under Populist board, $119 73, showing a saving of $10, 31 for each patient, favorable to the Populist adminiitration. There being 763 patients, this represents a total sav ing to the state by the Populist board for the year it was i...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

0 Tl-ia ADVOCATE A SUGGESTION WOBTH C0N3IDEMNG. The Twentieth Century of Sep tember 27, gives some statements of fact upon which it bases a sugges tion that mitfht be considered with profit by the people of Kansas, and in fact, every other state in the anion. It says: It is stated on the authority of the Over land Monthly that in California it coats 92 cents to raisa 100 pounds of wheat on ranohiDs of 1,000 aores; 85 cents on ranohes of 2,000 acres, 75 cents on ranohea of 6,000 acres; 60 cents on ranches of 15,000 aores; 60 cents on ranches of 30.000 aores, and 40 cents on ranohea of 50,000 acres. Is it not plain that small farms are doomed under any system of competition? Though we have paper money of the most approved sort, though we hare nationalized railroads and cheap freight; though we have good roads and honest congressman; though we have even the single tax; all this under competition will not prevent the great farmer or farming corporation from under selling and ruining the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

THB ADVOOATID, 7 THE M'KINLEY SHOW. Now, if the Fopuliata can bring any man of their party to Topeka who can oommand a crowd of 12,000 people t 10 o'olook in the morning let them do lit. Eren Governor Tillman, about whom there is muoh curi osity and interest1, could scarcely get as many. State Journal, Ootober 4. Bats! When Governor "Waite spoke at the city park a short time ago the JoamaJ's own estimate o! the crowd present was 15,000 people and there was no extraordinary effort to get a crowd either. It wassimply advertised that the governor of Colo rado would be here and the people turned out and took the town. How was it with the MoKinley meeting? Every railroad in the state ran special trains from every point of the compass, which were advertised for weeks previous to the meetiDg. Reduced rates were given and if peo ple would not pay the rates, they were carried free if theywould only jcome. The public schools were dis missed and the school children were marched in a body to 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. — 10 October 1894

8 TIES S3 ADVO OATB. CONCERNING KANSAS. THIS PIPES 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. Editor Rosewater of the Omaha Bee was in Topeka a few days ego getting facta to help him in his fight against the republican state ticket of Nebraska. Nathan Cree, of Kansas City, Kas., who recently tors himself loose from the democratic party, and refuses to sup port their ticket, has written an able article on "Governmental Injunctions, an Excuse for Putting Down Strikes by the Use of the Army." It is published in the Kansas City San. Ex-Governor Glick says he has not quits forgotten the tims in Kansas when to declare himself a democrat laid a man liable to destruction at the hands of a republican mob. lie thinks it strange that any democrat could now be induced by a little taffy to help reor ganize the same old m...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

ADVOCATE. 9 RAIN OR SHINE THE PEOPLE C01IE OUT BY THOU SANDS TO HEAR EEIOM BPEAKEES. While Their Absence Is Conspicuous at Republican Meetings They Are Tired of Humbug. Mankato, October 2. J. W. Ady epoke at the court house in this oity to-day at 2 p. m. The meeting had been advertised for nearly two weeks previous and handbills were scattered broadcast, yet not more than 150 were in attend ance. There were fifty women and children, torty Populists, twelve demo crats and forty-eight republicans. Mr. Ady is a smooth talker, but his speech was a succession ot false statements. It was self contradictsry. Republicans of this county idolize Pete Kline and the eunuchs at Winfield. "There is evidence for you," they say. Nkodesha, October 3 The republi cans had a great (?) meeting here yes terday. Much time and money were spent in advertising. The splendid brass band of Independence was a real attraction. Hon. J. W. Ady, S. S. Kirk patrick and that portable stinkpot, Dawes, were announced a...

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

THB ADVOCATE. 10 BLOE'S ROBBERY, TEI3 13 WHAT HELPED BEING KAN SAS TO DISOBAOE. A Loud-Mouthed Eedeemer Whose Busi ness Is Swindling tho Public, and Who Ought to Ba In Prison. It ia cow time to acquaint th people of Kansas with the bank and mortgage record of R. W. Blue, candidate for con gressman at-larga upon the republican tlckat. Bain j una of the victims ot the digged "failure" of the Citizens bank of Mound City, Linn county, Kas., I am financially interested in the affairs of that bank, which was claimed to be the very best bank in Linn county, in f aot, a particularly bright star in the constel lation of fin ncial institutions ' which have been persistently pointed to with pride by our republican leaders and press as being "the beat banking system on earth." We cow fiad that, notwith standing the alleged "safe and conserv ative" character of the institution with which we will show how closely Mr. Blue was connected, it had some pecul iar characteristics cot sat forth in its g...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

THH3 ADVOOATB. 11 This Writer lacks Information. Editor Advocate: In writing in favor of single-tax are not thefrienda just a little inclined to look at the large land-holders and ignore the cause which haa enabled them to become each? To eay that land monopoly ia one of the evila in thia fair land is by no means giving a remedy or admitting that it ia the greatest eviL To say that single tax ia a remedy, would be like taking a little row boat to run down a steamer of several tons burden. We, as farmers of thia country, have a hard time now to make , both ends meet, and with many unfortunate ones, one end comes out (too short, with a large percentage of farmers under mort gage and being compelled to pay a high rata of interest on same. You single taxera make the proposition to compel the rich landlord to divide up his land by making taxes higher onland. It is absurd. It is plain who would reap the benefit of Buck a system. The few who now own land would be obliged to sell or be clos...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

12 Published October 10, 1894. I Mi 9927. D. B. Eastman vs. M. A. Householder, W. 8. Walt,etal Original Proceedings In Mandamus. MOTIONS TO QUASH ALTERNATIVE WEIT OVERRULED. Syllabus. By thx Coubt. Hobton, C. J 1. Mandamus Is an appropriate remedy to restore to the possession of his office a super intendent of an insane asylum of the state from which he has been arbitrarily and wrong fully removed without cause, before the expi ration of his term of office, by the board of trustees of the state charitable Institutions. T A superintendent of an insane asylum of the state, who is arbitrarily dismissed from office, without any sufficient cause and in vio lation of the statute, by the board of trustees having charge of such asylum and is deprived by them of his office room, fixtures, books, papers, etc., which are turned over to another Eerson acting In concert with them, so that e is thereby prevented from discharging his official duties, is wrongfully removed from office. It is not ne...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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