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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

' '''''' '' ' ' VOL.VI.NO, 43. $1.00 A YXAB. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBEE 24, 1894 OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. MONSTROUS RASCALITY! Another Chapter From the Becords and the Notorious BIOGRAPHY OF E. N. MOEBILL, Showing How Ha Avoids Paying Taxes On the Property Ha Has Stolen From His Victims Mora of His land Deals. The more the business lif a of E. N. Morrill is held up to publio view the darker it appears. Even it he were not a candidate for cffice it would be well and proper to expose his methods and call publio attention to them, just as you would the tricks of the ordinary confidence man, or of the "sharp" whose picture adoma the wall of the rogues' gallery, The publio should know all about these eooundrels, that they may by some means be turned from the error of their ways, or at least that hon est men who earn their living may take steps to deliver themselves from fur ther impositions. For any man who lives oil the industry and toil of others is an imposition on his community. If any man...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

THE ADVOCATE. SCIENTIFIC SURGERY. IT3 BEUEITTS DE1I0H3T2ATED BY EXPEBIEJOE OP YEAES. The Evil Designs of Eepublican Charac ter Assassins May Eesxdt in Good to tha Inmates of Our Publio InBtitntions. Because of the fact that the discus sion of causes and remedies for the maladies that afflict the race has been limited to the medical colleges and to the medical literature which is seldom seen by the masses of the people, the character assassins who have been chosen to direct the present republican campaign in this state have Bought to take advantage of the general lack of correct information upon such subjects, hoping, by appeals to the prejudices of the people, rather than to their reason, to bring the good name of efficient officers temporarily into disrepute, and thereby gain unfair and dishonorable advantages over a political adversary with which they were unable to cope by honest methods. In this attempt they have overreached the bounds, even of political license, and have incite...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

THE ADVOOATS WEALTH ISCAPIS TAXATION. The Whole Machinery of Taxation Against the Poor. Editor Advocate: This nation was established to do equal and exact justice to all, partial favors to none. IIow utterly and entirely it has failed to carry out this theory and to accom plish this purpose, we have seen, in its partnership with the manufactur ing and banking interests of the coun trylending its powerful aid to these to enable them to prey upon other in terests, taking all the responsibility and risks on its shoulders, while they reap the whole benefit of the alliance in millions and hundreds of millions of dollars, thus extorting from the con sumer and the masses of the people. Also in its favor extended to the wealthy in furnishing them bonds at 40 cents and 60 cents on the dollar, and when they had got them snugly stowed away in their coffers, legislating them up to 129 cents on the dollar, trebling their investments at a dash, and leav ing labor and production to pay the shot. A...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

TPIBJ ADVOOATB, nJwhocdB SSS8EEEEHZJ AITD TOP23KA TEIBUHE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. it. it, x a. PlTBLISHZD BTEBI WKD3fI8J)AT BT THE ADOOATE PUBLISHES C01SPASY, Boomi 43 and 45 Knox Building, XOFBZFJL, KAK3A3, 01.00 PEB YEAH ADVHSTlSIXa BAT23, For tingle Insertion : Display matter, 20 eenta per Una, 14 Enes to the Inch, EeadSns notlcffa, id eenta per Use. Discount for loqt-tlzas aoa- Ind. Rural Press Attorn, P. G.VAaVLMT.LlsT. Boyea Building. ELlsredattie poatofflceat Topea,Kaceaa,M second elau matter. WEDNESDAY, OCTBEB 24, 1891. 1 NLG FOB CONGRESSMEN. Unit district H. 0. Solomon Second district Frank L. Wlllard Third district J. D. Botkin Fourth district 8. M. Scott Filth district John Davis Sixth district William Baker Seventh district Jerry Simpson At-Large. . W. A. Harris statu octiciss. For Governor. I D. Lewellinz For Associate Justice George W. Clark For Lieutenant Governor D. L Furbeok For Secreury of State. J. W. Amis For Auditor of State Van B. Prather For Treasurer of State ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

TH2a ADVOOAfTB. TWENTY THOUSAND TO ONE. Willie Waldorf Astor's daily inooms ia $23,277, J. D. Rockefeller's $20,853, Cor nelius VanderbUt'a $11,090. W. K. Vender bilt'a $10,303, and the Gould's $11,068. These are a few earn pi as of incomes of Amerioan multi-millionaires. Whence oomes the money to pay this enormous tribute? In the last analysis it oomea from the men whoss tjil produces all wealth the wage-earners whose average daily wage, and they work from morn till nigh t is something like ft. Is it strange that the rich grow richer and that just in the ratio they ascend the soale of accumulated wealth the other side, the real wealth produoer drops, drops to the point of bare existence? The same unjust conditions which make the pauper, create the millionaire. Tnoae conditions may be comprehended in one simple phrase the control by the few of the natural 'jopportvnities which belong equally to all. The supreme duty of the hour U the restoration to the people of their God-given righ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

TPJEJ ADVOCATE, IS FELT ASHAMED? The Atchison Champion says the Advocate ought to be heartily ashamed of itself for publishing mat ter which reflects upon the character and Integrity of republican candi dates. Will the Champion be kind enough to point out something which the Advocate has published that is not true? And should the Advocate be ashamed of publishing the truth? Is Governor Felt taking this method of confessing that he is ashamed of publishing the scandals concerning Populist candidates and which he very well knows are falsehoods man ufactured out of whole cloth? Does he not know the Fete Kline stories that are running in republican pa pers, the Champion among the rest, were prepared for the purpose of en abling Jim Legate and Nels Aoers" to levy blackmail upon the Populist cen tral committee; and that when this scheme failed ihe stories were bought and paid for by the republican state central committee a) the best cam paign material the committee could find? Does he not...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

A NEW SCHEME OX PLUNDER. The American Bankers' association closed its twentieth annual session in the city of Baltimore on the 11th of October. Its members participated in the accustomed feasts and ban queta of snch occasions, and ground oat a new scheme for that "best banking system in the world," which, for unlimited gall, not only takes the cake but the entire bakery. Here are the essential features of it: First A repeal of the provision of the national banking aot, requiring a deposit of bonds to secure oiroulation. Seoond To allow banks to issue notes to 50 per cent, of their paid up capital, sub ject to a tax of one-half of 1 per cent, a year upon the average oiroulation outstand ing, this tax to be paid to the treasurer of the United States. Third The banks issuing notes to deposit and maintain with the United States treas urer 5 per osnt. of their outstanding oirou lation. Fourth To oreate a guarantee fund, out of which shall be paid the notes of insol vent banks, this to be...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

3 t:b::ej advooatb. XNATES AND COWAKLS. Shawnee County P opulist Ticket. Clark of tha District Court J. 0. Butler Probata Judge 0. H. Cusisaborder County Attorney E, E. Chesney Superintendent Pablio Instruction Mis Nettie Wright Eepresentativa Thirty-fifth District .... J. JT. Sohenk Representative Thirty-eixth District .... R.J.Sloat Eepresentativa Thirty-ssventh District. F. A. Kiene County Commissioner F. S. Stevens NOTES. An encampment of tha Kansas Na tional Guard is being held at Ottawa. Tha damocrats of tha Thirty-eixth district, Shawnea oounty, have indorsed B. J. Sloat for representative. Tha Kansas Irrigation association will hold a meeting in Hutchinson, November 24, and i) will ba wall attended. Irriga tion is a leading topio in Kansas now. Thomas B. Rasd has notified tha com mittee that ha cannot make a speech in Kansas before the election. McKinlsy's experience seems to have been too much for his nerve. Attorney General Little has given out the oSaial opinion that the ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

THES ADVOOATa '0 I FOB DECENCY'S SAKE The Methods of Morrill's Tia-Horn Gamblers Are Condemned. Oa October 19 the Kansas City Times published statements mads by Wilhaa W. Correll and P. W. Hubbard, two dis reputable characters of Kansas City, Ma, to corroborate the testimony of Fete Kline and the other outlaw gamblers against Attorney General Little. In ad dition to the statement the paper con tained a diagram of a room in which Kline and Llttla are said to have met to plot against the lotteries. In attempting to describe the charac ter of this infernal gang which the Times and the republican state commit tee are holding up as witnesses against decent men, language fit for a newspaper fails to do the subject justice. But there is an incident connected with tnis particular part of their work which will give the reader a good idea of how this slanderous campaigning is operating on the publio mind. The day this batch of stuff was pub lished in the Times, Attorney General re ceived a te...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

NEW BALLOT LAW HAS BEOUGET ABOUT SOME BEBI OU3 COMPLICATIONS. Scoundrelly Politicians Take Advantage of It In An Effort to Deceive the Voters. (The attorney general and secretary of state on October 17, after taking testimony bearing on the cases mentioned below, rendered their decisions as follows. Mention is made else where la this issue of the appeal from their de cision. Ia th Matter cf the Nomination Papers of Cyrus Corning, et al. On the 4 th day of October, 1894, there was filed, under section 5, of chapter 78, of the laws of 1893, commonly called the Australian Ballot law, petitions for the nomination of Cyrus Coming for gover nor, M. A. Pratt for lieutenant governor, Fred Anthony for secretary of state, S. T. Cherry for treasurer, H. A. White for attorney general, Alexander Young for auditor, Etta Semple for superintendent of publio instruction, and W. H. Ban nington for associate justice of the su preme oourt, and designated such nomi nation as a Populist State ticket, to ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

ADVOCATE. 11 THODSANDS FOR INFLDENCE. EOT THE STATE SCHOOL PUUD HAS BEEff PLUUDEBED, And How the Bailioada Worked the Su preme Court and Eapublican Bailroad Assessors at the State's Expense. Mr. E. B. Whaley, Topeka: Sib: la yours of sometime since in the Advooatb you refer to the republican board of railroad commissioners in "giving $500, -000 in return for $25,000 to the railroads. Also to the action of the republican school fund commissioners in purchasing $125, 000 of western county bonds and paying for the same to the railroads at the solicitation of a railroad lobbyist, when the same could not have been sold for over 10 cents on the dollar in the Eastern market. Why won't you be good eneugh to elabo rate and explain in detail those two trans actions through the Advooatb? Very few of the people know anything of them l and have heard your announcement with aston ishment and alarm. I thought myself toler ably well posted on state affairs, but 'I con fess ignorance of what you ref...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

12 PSZPAELVO FOB SUFKLiOZ. gopMa Writes a Letter With the Conven tional Postscript NO. XIII. BY CON HEALY. "I wish, Cicero, that you would let your task of trying to figure out a ma jority where there is none rest for a while and listen to a letter which I have just finished. It is a letter to my sister in New York and I would like to have your opinion on it before I send it," "I don't think I care to hear it, So phia. It is probably filled with a de tailed description of how you had your latest dress made and what the fall style of hats is out here in the West, and how you nearly died with fright la3t night when Lucy had the croup, and a lot of nonsense like that. No, I haven't time to listen to it. Send her my love and tell her you have gone crazv on the subject of voting. Put that in for your second or third post script, and seal it up and let it go. If It should reach the dead letter office that postscript will be evidence that it should be returned to Kansas." "Well, now, wait ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

ADVOCATE!. sonally, I beg'and warn you to study before you vote. V As stated above, the republicans tell you there is no use to even demand your legal rights. I know many Populists personally, and know they are striving hard to make laws for the laboring people in this state. If any man wishes to know more about the above-stated facts.I am willing to give more. I was badly injured while in the em ploy of the Santa Fe in 1891. It was supposed that it would prove fatal very soon. I had twenty-one different physicians examine and treat me dur ing my eighteen months of sickness. From the nature of my spinal injury I cannot live long. I commenced action for damages against the Santa Fe early in 1892, but have to this day been un able to have my case decided. The at torneys for the railroad evidently think Icannot live long, and hope, by having the case put off from one term of court to another, that I will die and beat me out of it; and the republican judges permit the case to be continu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

14 THE ADVOCATE. NEW BALLOT LAW. Continued from page 10. Raihbona i3 entitled to beplacodupon tha ballot in a separata column and there be placed at the head of such col umn the following, "Independent Free Silver Ticket" Witness our hand thia 17th day of Oatober, 1894. Hen. Van 6. Prather, auditor of state, by reason of sickness ia unable to at tend and to act as a member of this body. John T. Little. Attorney Ganeral. R. S. Osbobn. Secretary of State. They Do Not Understand Single-Tax. Editor Advocate: For the benefit of Mr. J. T. Van Patten (who wrote for your issue of October 10) and others who look at the application of the aingle tai, or the raising of all publio revenue by a tax onhndvala8s,irrespeotive of all improvements in or on the land, through the large end of the telescope, if they would reverse the telescope and look closely, they will see that the working farmers do not own one-fourth of the valuable lands in the United States. And while their number is but 46 per ce...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

THE ADVOCATE, 15 "T3 BLUE'S CONFIDENCE GAMES. A Victim of tha Qr&t Badeamer Tells His Exp9rienc8. The folio wing article was published id oar issue of October 10, but as the present issue will reach many thousands of new readers, and as this article gives facta which are almost identical with the experience of many other victims, it ia reprinted It ia cow time to acquaint the people of Kansas with the back acd mortgage record of R. W. Blue, candidate for con-gressman-at-large upon the republican ticket. Being one of the victims of the alleged "failure" of the Citizens back 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 fact, a particularly bright etar in the cocatel iatlon of fin r cial institutions which have been persistently pointed to with pride by our republican leaders and press as being "the best banking system on earth." We cow fled that, notwith standing the alleged ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 24 October 1894

TI-IS ADVOCATE, 20 POLAN D CHINA PIGS AND SH( fcoros, bred by J. H. Taylor, Pearl, SHOBT- Xas. WANTED Agent in each place to show sam ples of shoes, clothing and leave price lists. Send stamp for sealed answer to Biggs & Co., Louisville, Ky., Box 645. Mention this paper. f lf.irJ,f FOB ALL. 175 '. i ' -i S I pn. paid. If too a WUJllU mt once to P.O. VICE month .alary and want roioloTtnaat writ VICKKST, AatMUjf alaav enne Permanently Cured ! ! ! ! Home treatment, 0 to J35. Send stamp for book. j.io. B. HiKRis, Port Payne, Ala. I) Jerie; Red and Poland China T1U3. Jeney, unernacy ana Holatein Cattle. Tnorouikbrod Shwn. Cnnr PAnltrv. Hnntln i rJ Sf anil HniKu An. Catatonia. 8. W."3iITii. CuouraavlUe, Cheater Co.. i'eanav When writing advertisers mention Advocate IT AMU PAYFP!3JiT. w ' 'lf4kfjBay oar f draw,? walnut or oak lav V i TTI -lfinly onlined, nickel plaM adapt! to Ux&t m i J"V 4 and henry work) rnarantatd for 10 In wUa i. EJ ti -4 automatl. Bobbin Vlnd,r, Mf-Tkraadlaf C...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 October 1894

This! Number Contains the First Chapter of "Ar Pair of Cranks." fi 7 ' xi Mm WWfPTf 1 fP VOL.VI, NO. 44. $1.00 A YJSAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 31, 1894 OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. IEWELLING AND HARRIS. THEY ABE GIVE2I GEEAT OVATIONS AT EVEEY POINT THEY VISIT. The Attendance At Populist Meetings Surpasses Everything In Kansas His tory Eepnblican Forces Aw Paralyzed. Pleasanton, Oct. 29. Friday was a red-letter day for the Populists o! Linn county, the occasion being Congressman Harris' first visit here. Mr. Harris ar rived the nizht before and from 9 to 12 a reception was held in the Commercial hotel and J. W. Turner's office, when the business men, all soldiers and citi zens of Linn county, called and grasped him by the hand with pledge of jheir support, via soldiers and many repub licans assured him of their loyalty to the People's party this fall. At 1 p. m. the procession formed on Main street, headed by the Pleasanton Silver Cornet band; next the speakers carrying a large flag, Colon...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 October 1894

PISE JilDVaXDJLl. 2 A PAIR OF CEAIKS. By II. M. GREENE. CHAPTER I. A HOMELY HEROINE. A prosaic, matter-of-fact observer, momentarily pausing to glance over the quiet waters of the bay might have augured a coming storm couched in the white folds of the clouds rising'up the eastern sky, or decided that the low purr of the seaward breeze which irri tated the waves into fitful spits indi cated a bad morrow for quohogs. Of the solemn serenity of the picture dis played before him, and which was fast paling into neutral tints, as the gold and crimson of the sunset was swept away by the night, of the pathetic rest lessness of the solitude which seemed dumbly fearful of the approaching darkness, and of banishment from the voices and works of men, of the tones which at such an hour and to scenes so accordant interpret themselves to ears which can hear such an observer could realize no more, perhaps, less worthily than the gull who swept out over the tiny, tossing wavelets sobbing on the pebbl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 31 October 1894

THE ADVOOAT3. 3 somewhat skeptical about the powers, perhaps the very existence of your God, don't rush to the conclusion that I have no care for morals. If I own no God to take care of me, I need all the more to take care of myself. I will not throw myself away! That is my answer, sir, and it is final." "Then hear me, miss," and the fore man drew close to her, seized her arm and held it as in a vice, "hear me. From this time on I will make life miserable for you. You shall be driven to starvation1 or shame by my hand. Go, and remember thatl" Whether or not God heard the vile threat never occurred to the indignant girl as she passed on to her room, after the ruffian had flung her from him with a force which almost prostrated her, but another heard it, and as time proved, remembered it also. (To be continued.) PopDlMs, Take Deed. Editor Advocate: Allow me to make a little speech to j our readers in view of the approaching election. It will be short and very much to the point, and 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. — 31 October 1894

TIB-IES ADVOCATE, 4 AIJD TOPEKA TRIBUHE. jail, bat there are several of his asso ciates out yet. These are "troublous times" and such important matters should not be neglected. Why not wind up the campaign with another Pilcher supplement? OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. IT. I,. P. Am Published bvubt Wtobtcsday bt TEE ADVOCATE PUBLISHES CUIMY, Eoomi 43 And Knox Building, TOPr.HA, - - - KAHSAS. $1.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING RATES, For ilntfe Insertion ! Display matter, 20 cents per line, 14 lines to the Inch. Reading nonces, 40 ewita per line. Dltcount (or lonsr-flnw enti re: a. t lad. Rural Press ARSoe'n, Chicago Offlce P. 0. VasJlmt, Mgr. I Boyce Building. Entered at the postofflce at Topeka, Kama, a second elait matter. W2DNE3DAY, OCTOBEB 31, 1834. FOB CONGRESSMEN. Pint district v0;8?,?10! Bannnjl riWtrlftt Frank L. WUUrd ThirA dintrtct J. D. Botkin Fourth district .S. M.8cott mi riittrint.- John Davis Sixth district wlllla Bker flavanth ril.trln.t . JSTTT SlmPIOD At-Large W. A. Harris STATS O...

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