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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

13 been executed and discharged Is not pernio eible. All the justices concurring. A true copy. Attest: C.J. BEOWN, seal Clerk Supreme Court 9821 -. The State ofJKansas vs. Charles M. Forline. Appeal from Osborne County. AFFIRMED. Stllabus. Bt the Coubt. Johnston, J L It devolves npon the appellant who al leges error to bring so much of the evidence and proceedings of the trial court as will affirmatively show that prejudicial error was committed. 2. The sufficiency of the evidence to sus tain the finding or verdict cannot be reviewed In the absence of all the evidence that was offered in support of the same. S. A judgment will not be reversed In such a case because of rulings npon Instructions when there is no statement in the record that the testimony tended to sustain any particu lar claim or theory, nor anything to show that the objectionable rulings may not have be come unimportant on account of that which was omitted from the record. All the justices concurring. A true copy. At...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

14 rrxxm advooatr Where Is It At 1 "Will th republican blovlfitors pbcsa dsaiflt from dast-tfcrowisg less enQUEh to tall the people just what thay would do if by any accident thy should be re stored to power? For instance, what would they do with the tariff it they could once again be privileged to tinker with it? Major McKinley baa already made a good many "opening" speeches, but baa thus tar refrained from any hint aa to what his party's program would be. He has sneered at the bo called Wilson bill, but doesn't say in what way he would change it. Would he restore the McKinley bill in face of the cata clysm of 1892 which followed close upon me ratal operation or mai disaster breeding measure? Hardly. Oar own Shelby 21. Callom ha already an nounced from the stump that a revision of the Wilson bill in some of its details would be all the republican party, if re stored to power, would attempt to do. ' Then there is the silver question, of all others, demanding immediate recog nition a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 15 Eamu Ptovle'a Ptrtf PUtftna, ISti. We tie representatives of tne People'e party cf the itat of Kansae, la convention aasem bled, do hereby reaffirm oar allegiance to the principle! enunciated la the Omaha platform, tad point to the recorda of oar repreeensatlvea la eongrese m an evidence of their loyalty to that platform. We meet at-this time under conditions which see every prophecy then made fulfilled, and every indictment which, was made therein against the republican and democratic parties proven. Oar 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, an-American financial policy of this -government; and we hold sacred the Declaration of Independence that all men are created equal; they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable risrhta: that among these are life, liberty and the pursait of happiness, j Wt condemn the unwise ana erue...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 10 October 1894

10 TCI 13 ADVOOATH. ciT Llv Cioofib IlAZXiJi Cmr, Oct a Cattls lUoeipta K!3H!t r. 'r.r'a.t? eaivss, 484i shiped fcitnxday, fi.j salr. The general market fU tfaJi bssft settle steady, othsrs wa Tax! 4;ie steady, cloning dull and Bo lawar. The foliavtef art rayrossaUtivs mImi I XUUUSTO MU AVI) BX70X3 1331 59 IJtZS 5.00 I IJffl US3 IS IJM 4.00 I WI8TXX3T 1TX30U. IMOoS 1,148 USS COWS AITS HXXTZBS. ... S 000 is va 63 852 Z2S 0 605 8.00 60 755 2 1,010 10 892 8 920 .1.105 13.00 .1.105 2.40 8.49 180 1.00 1.85 1.80 1.75 1 1,14013.73 1 810 S.4 1 770 7 971 10 920 9 1,114 2 940 4 910 1 830 3 1,033 B.83 its tsft 2.C! IjM 1.83 1.74 1.71 WISTEBJT COWS. 113 Col 730 11.05 88 Col 75 ll.S TEXAS AND INDIAS STEIHS. 94 1,029 $2.75 $ 833 9.45 67 817 2.85 6 803 2.10 XZXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 24 ooosaeo 24 937 .43 60. 1,041 12S C9 669 82.05 69 640 2.05 11 650 1.85 1 790 1.50 64 743 82.05 28 754 2.02VJ 10 747 1.80 1 580 1.60 STOCK ERS AND T1BDXK3. 12 755 $110 2 930 2.85 10 "West... 1,118 2.75 69 West... 787 2.6...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

Kj ,"'''' " """"1l11 '' L "'""ntllliiHnifiiMiMwHiiiMnihf tain t.fa.i-.L't .;,, : ,..,.r't, . 1- ' ' . ' , VOL.VI.NO. 48. $1.00 A YEAR. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 17, 1894. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. MORRILL'S CRIMES. THE TETJTH STANDS OUT AS GE0S3 AS BLAOI AND WHITE. The Eecoid Tells a Thousand Several Tales, and Every Tale Condemns Him for a Villain. The campaign whirls along toward its close, men, measures and methods are being discussed on all sides, and yet there is not one who dares to de fend the villainous record of E. N. Morrill or R. W. Blue, candidates for governor and congressman-at-large. Republican, democratic and Populist papers have told and re-told the heart rending story of how Morrill robbed and blackmailed the homestead settlers of Northern Kansas; that the land in side of certain boundaries was granted by congreBs to the St. Joseph & Denver City railroad; that after it was discov ered that many pieces of land within this twenty mile limit had been filed upon by homes...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

2 ADVOOATH. PSSPIBINO FOU SUSTBAGE. Cicero Takes a Decided Stand On the Silver Question. NO. XII. BY CON IIEALY. "Why is it, Cicero, that you have taken a stand in opposition to4 your party on the silver question?" "You are mistaken, madam. I am in full accord with the leading republi cans of the state on that question." "Then you must have changed your views very much lately. Only a few weeks ago, when you were giving me my first lessons on money, you ad vanced every argument that you could think of against the coinage of silver, and now I learn through the papers that nearly every republican politician and candidate has declared in favor of free coinage of gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. Now, if you believe that silver is cheap, dishonest and dan gerous money, you can not certainly indorse what these men say about coin ing it." "Your feminine tendency to jump at concjusions without proper investiga tion' has led you into error again. If you had read a little more closely,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

THE ADVOOATS. 3 NATIONALISM, Instead of Paternalism, Brings Equal Justice to All. To Governor Overmycr Once More: Nationalism is the word, not pater nalism. ' And nationalism is in the air and near at hand. You can hear the rumbling of the approaching train that brings "glad tidings of great joy" to the masses, instead of the few to all, instead of a part. Paternalism, as we have seen, is cursed with the crime of gross partiality and favoritism to cer tain members of the family only, and those the least deserving the drones who live and luxuriate off the toil of their brethren. What the American peopleshould demand first and fore most above all else is equal and exact justice to all to the weakest as well as the strongest, the lowest as well as the highest, the poorest as well as the rich est. And this we certainly have not had by a long ways, not only in our financial legislation, but in other equally important respects. For it was only yesterday that the foremost republican paper ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

ADVOOATS. 4 AIID TTOPEKA TBIBUIIE. ""'''f!""'"'i"l'!i'f!i? OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. XT. TL. P. .A- PUBLISHED BYXBT WaDJTXSDAT BY THE ADVOCATE PUSLISHliB tUMl Booms 43 and 48 Knox Building. IOP2I2IA, . KAX&AJ9, $1.00 PEIi YEAR. ADVERTISING BATES. For single Insertion : Display matter, 20 eenti per line, 14 lines to the Inch. Reading noCeea, 40 cents per Una. Discount for long-time eon-rasta. )Ind. Rural Press Aacoe'n, P.G.VVxpi.Mgr. Boyoe Building. Entered at the poitofflceat Topeka, Kansas, as seoond el&si matter. WEDNESDAY, OCTBER 17, 1824. FOE CONGRESSMEN. First district .. .H.C Solomon Second district Frank L. Wlllard Third district J-D;,BStkl Fourth district .8. M. Scott Filth distrlot w,v!olin iJ1" Sixth district Bk" Seventh distrlot Jerry Simpson At-Large. W. A. Harris STATS OfflCEES. For Governor. .L. D. Jewelling For Associate Justice George W. Clark For Lieutenant Governor D. I. For Secretary of State. . . J. W. Amis For Auditor of State V?APJ&!T For Treasurer of S...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

THB ADVOOATI3. THE ARMY TO BE IXCBEASXD. "Washington dispatches of October 12, give the most important features of the report of the commanding general of the army to the secretary of war. The great burden of this effort, which the general designates "the last annnal report which I ex pect to be called upon to write," is the necessity for the increase of the army. General Schofield expects soon to be placed npon the retired list to end his days in quiet reposa and tinder the full pay allowed by our military laws to his rank; and in this, his last report, he finds the con c'ition of this great republic such that he deems a large increase of the army necessary, not to defend us from the invasion of foreign foes, but to keep our own people in subjection to the laws. The general says: During a largo part of the year, the army has been employed in the suppression of domestic violence, which took the form in many cases of forcible re sistance to the execution of the laws of the United Sta...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

ZB . JhJD'&O GATE. M1J0S M03SIIL A3 THIS SOLDIEOJ' FUIEND. The National Tribune of October 4 has an editorial in the form of an open letter addressed "to the veter ana living in Kansas," which evi dently receives its inspiration from the Morrill fixers. In it the old soldiers of "the great soldier state of Kansas" are exhorted to 'Tote for Morrill for governor because of his great service to them while in con gress. The letter says: Probable more than any other man cow in public life and who served in the house of representatives, he is identified with the uenslon legislation now on tha statute books, and of which the comrades every where have had the benefits. He helped to formulate what is cow known as the disability aot of June 27, 1890, urged its passage for years, and finally seoured this while chairman of the committee. While the disability bill was not all that many desired, it was the very beet that oould be obtained from congress . In another editorial npon the same pag...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

THAT COMBINATION. It "is very important that every voter should know how his interests would be represented in ease repub lican plans are successful, and for that reaaon we again call attention to the combination of redeemers'they are trying t j elect in this state. Here are the names and occupation of the republican state and . congressional nominees: For governor, E. N. Morrill, banker and land shark. For lieutenant governor, J. A. Troutman, lawyer. For secretary of state, W. 0. Ed wards, loan agent. For auditor, George E. Cole, loan agent For treasurer, 0. L. Atherton, banker-lawyer. For attorney general, F. B. Dawes, lawyer (of the jack-leg variety.) For associate justice, W. A. John ston, lawyer. For congressman-at-large, R. W. Blue, lawyer-banker, and all-'round confidence man. For district congressmen, Case Broderick, lawyer; 0. L. Miller, law yer; Charles Curtis, lawyer; S. S. Kirkpatriok, lawyer; W. A. Calder head, lawyer; A. H. Ellis, lawyer; Chester I. Long, lawyer. All o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

CONCERNING KANSAS. THIS PIPES PAID FOE. 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 you do not want it pass it to some one who appreciates a good thing. NOTES. II. J. Dennis, the faithful old state librarian, died at hishome ia Topeka last Friday. The Kansas State Horticultural bo ciety will hold its twenty-eighth an nual meeting in Ft. Scott, December 11, 12 and 13. Just as soon as Fete Kline gats out of the St. Louis jail he will furnish some more affidavits for the republican state committee. The public should be pa tient. There will be two Jerry's from Kan sas in the next congress. Hereafter when a man in the gallery shouta "Hurrab for Jerry," it will be hard to tall whether he means Simpson or Bot kio. The name is a mascot. Dr. H. V. Nichols, a member of the Douglass house of representatives from Seward county, is making Populist speeohes. He said it was a ground hog case; the republicans...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

TI2B ADVOCATE. HOWE REVIEWED. HIS lOUE TEABS AS TBEASUEEB MADE HIM OLEVEE. Yet One of His Queer Tables Shows Large Saving by Populists A Beview by D. 0. Zercher. Since the statements of D. 0. Zercher have been published, showing that oyer 1 million dollars has been saved to the state by the Populist legislature and admiatration of state offices, all the re publican figure jugglers have been at work finding fault with the statements. Senator Scott, Ssnator Parker, George W. Crane and James A. Troutman, eaoh in turn attacked Zsroher'a figures and fell down in an attempt to makfrthe public in general see the facts in some other light. Senator Parker recklessly stated that the unexpended balances at the end of republican rule were $315,11358 when in fact they were $171,112 80. He got the Douglass house journal and the Dansmore hou3e journal mixed up in his manifesto and then collapsed. Mr. Troutman was even more careless in his use of figure?, and it seemed that each one of the above na...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

BIACSMILIE! THE 0IBTY WOM OF BEPUBLIOAH POLITICIANS AND GAHBLEE3. Plain Statements by the Governor and Attorney General Eegarding the Gam blers' Slanderous Oharge.s The folio wing statements -from Attor ney General Little and Goremor Lewelling are self-explanatory. They are a plain de nial of all the charges of "Doodling" that hate been made daring the campaign and the? help to confirm the almost unirersal belief that the Kansas City gang has been Eaid by the republican committee for max ig these charges. Topeka, Kan., Ootober 10. Eon. John W. Breidenthal: Dear Sir: In the various papers on Sunday, September 30, there appeared an article written by one Peter Kline, in whioh he charges myself and others with entering into an agreement with him concerning the lottery business at Kansas City, Kan. I had intended to answer this letter sooner, but before do ing so I wanted to procure an affidavit made by Peter Kline daring the investi gation of the charges preferred by the legislature. I...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

tb:e2 advocate. ii night sent word to Ottumwa about the middle of the afternoon, and at the very place where the republicans had tried ever bo hard a few weeks before to get a meeting and 'could only get fifteen persona to their meeting, four of them Populists and two women, Scott had a crowded house and a very interesting meeting. Next day, October 4, both speakers addressed a fair-sized crowd, but at night the largest hall in town was crowded to its fullest capacity to hear S. M. Scott. October 5, at Qridley, in the afternoon, Mr. Scott addresssd a large and enthuai astio audience, and at night in the same place he held one of the most interesting meetings held in the county. October 6, at Baughman's grove, in Pottawatomie township, Mr. Scott ad dressed a large crowd of the people from that and adjoining townships. On the evening of the same day, at Waverly the town hall could not hold the people that wanted to hear him, and crowded Btand ing room was at a premium. These meetings ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

THE PEOPLE'S PAETY. i Continued from pa7 L elllsgi Cangresaman W. A. Harris and Mrs. Mary E. Lsase drew an immense crowd cf people to Forrest park yester day afternoon. Many business houses were beautifully decorated in honor of the viJit of the chief executive of the state.' The county commisrioners raised the stars and stripes floating to the breze over the court house, and all the business houses, irrespective of party, were handsomely decorated. OVATION TO GAINES. Emporia, October 11. State Superin tendent H. N. Gatnes spoke here in the Whitley opera bouse last eight to a large and enthusiaatio audience. The speaker was cheered to the echo as one by one he punctured republican lies and preached the gospel of truth. His speech had a telling effiot and will do much good. A pleasant and unusual feature in this meetiog was the presence of about errenty-fiva members of the state nor mal Populist club on the platform. As Professor Gaines mounted the platform they arose from their seat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

PI-IS ADVOOATH. LIGHT IS BREAKING. A Voice From the Jungles of Indiana and Illinois Tell of Great Changes. Why am I a Populist? It's a."ground hog" case. It's that or slavery. The Ninth Indiana district demo crats indorsed Middle-of -the-Koad Lon Burkhart. He will sit in the Fifty fourth congress. The American Railway union boys and the miners of Indiana are solid for the People's party. Boys, it's coming. In a special car, October 12, the ex president of the United States, Benja min Harrison, or as known among well-informed dogs, Grandad Hat Flea, began a tour of the states. Audiences of dogs, many of whom were without a good su pply of bones, met the distin guished flea at the railroad stations. To have heard the dogs bark, one would have thought that they had been unusually successful in getting a sup ply of bones. We understand that Wil helm Mak Tinley Flea also made a tour through that flea-hating state of Kansas. Have you heard the good news from Georgia? The democratic majori...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

1(1: Two Chnmi. Karros Advocate: When I was boy, I bad two chuma, 83 boya will bava, you know. One waa named Jacob end tha other William, and cf ccmrsd, for short they were called Jake and Bill. They were two bright, smart fellows, and their father, who was a veryjrespectable, intelligent, old gentleman, wasjproud of them and overlooked many of tbeir cipfirs, in which Jake was rather pro ficiant aa author and inventor, but BUI was always a willing helper. The boys, though not of the goody-goody, Sunday school icrt, were generally pretty well behaved, but they woald indulge in boy i3h rascalities occasionally, j iat for fun, yon know. One day, however, they carried the joke a little too far, and the old man got mad at them. He had given each some little chores to do, aa he waa a great be liever in industry, coupled with integrity aad economy. He waa in the habit of taking a little nap at midday, and wak ing up on this occasion, perhaps a "littla eooner than the boys thought he would,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 10 Pete Kline Wing, "The republican ;coanty central com mittee acted very unwisely yesterday in making it so apparent that Pete Kline, the Kansas City, K&9, policy shop mao, is supporting Morrill for governor of Kansas. Yesterday the committee voted in fa vor of a congressional convention only, but orders came m from Merrill to by all maans have only oae oaaveation for the election of delegates to the congres sional and state conventions. At once meeeecgers were sent out in haste, three new members came in and on a motion to reconsider Boland Townsend and Rube Smith, both colored meo, voted to reconsider and by the aid of these friends Pate Kline, Major Morril, La land, Buchan & Co., won a victory in a republican committee meeting. Boland Townsend at one time ran a newspaper in Leavenworth and fought the "policy shop" swindle with great vigor. He aaked the editor of the Times to help him in this fight against the worst form of gambling. The Times did all it cou...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 17 October 1894

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