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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

TIXD ADVOOATB. pointed to take possession of and operate a a railroad. After that action was begun and before the receiver was appointed an eject ment action was broug&t by a land-owner against the railroad company In the district court, alleging that payment for right of way had not been made by the railroad company, and a temporary order of injunction was granted restraining tne company irom operas Fng the road over his land, which was about the middle of the roed. but no effcrt was made to enforce the order until the road and prop erty had passad into the custody of the fed eral court, The receiver was afterward at tached for contempt of the state court, charging that he had vioHted the injunction, but at a time when he was operating the road as receiver. Uria, mat tne receiver was enu tied to the possession and conirol of the en tire property.and that the order of injunction ougnt not to oe eniorcea against mm. Horton, C. J., concurring. Allen, J., concurring specially, A tr...

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

14 TKHS ADVOOAT3. IS THERE NO MZSCTT Can Man Become Intel leent Enough to be Generous. Inreation has tilled tha world with competitors, cot only cf laborers but of kffl. TocUy ordinary libor If, tor tht 'ron f"m fiirt. a in i wfc.al. T7 nrV UUI lunaie, irgm ma uespiaea, irom with the tireleea-ba fccda the iaaatL ma wh defl?air ? 'rom women who waep. xnsre are timea wnen menai Thera are certainly -more poor than rich, Why should the rich control? Why should cot the laborer combine for the pnrpcsa of controlling, tha executive, tha legislative and judicial departments? Will they ever find how powerful they are ? A cry cornea from the oppressed, the able. When the monster stops the man Is out of employment out of .bread. Ha has cot saved anything. The ma chine that be fed was cot feeding him the invention was cot for hia benefit. The other day I heard a man say that it was almost impossible for thousands of good mechanics to get work and that in his judgment the government ought to fur...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

15 TP j in Lat'i. THE VEEY BEST THING WE HAVE TO OFFER. THE ADVOOAT2. After having1 made some decided improvements in our Standard Family Sewing" Machine, we are still able to sell it at $20., including- a year's subscription to the Advocate. 5 1 a 8 h 2 Sf! 03 o ; -:; ilk1;' fy g-tg qiS a - 'K 2 : n W Is Jffi P K 1 W Y I r ' THE DIRECT FEED BAB. All wearing parts are case-hardened steel, possessing great durability, and by the turning of a screw all lost motion can be taken up. All parts are fitted to accurately that these machines are absolutely nobeless and as easy running as fine adjustment and best mechanical skill can produce. No expense or time is spared to make them perfect in every respect, as every machine passes a rigid inspection by competant men before leaving the factory. It always pays to buy the best when it can be had at a low price. BOX OF SELF-ADJfBTINO ATTACHMENTS. This illustration shows extra attachments in a velvet-lined case, sent free with each machine ; one...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 14 November 1894

10 SUPHEIIE COURT SYLLABI. Continued from page 13. Error from Franklin County. AFFIRMED. 8TXLABTJ8. BT THX COtJBT. AlXXN, J 1. The case of the city of Wlnfleld vs. Stone, MS. cited and followed. 2. The city of Ottawa duly passed an ordi nance requiring the Missouri Pacific Railway company to maintain good and sufficient gates on Main street on each side of its track, and within thirty feet therefrom, and to keep the same securely closed while Its trains were crossing the street. The company neglected to erect anr gates. Plaintiffs horses without his fault became frightened and ran along Main istreet against a moving freight train then crossing the street on the defendant's railwav and were injured thereby, Held, That the railroad company was negligent in failing to maintain the gates, that such negligence contributed to the plaintiff's Injury, and that the plaintiff Is entitled to recover the amount of damages the stipulation of the parties in this case fixes as the measure of his r...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

VOImVT,NO. 4f. $1.00 A Y3EAK. TOPEXA, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 21, 1894. OFFICIAL STATE PAFEB. ALABAMA HAY BE THE SOEHE OP HOSE PO LITIOAL DI3TURBAH0E, Or It Hay Be That a Great Teal of Talk Is Going to Waste Kolb's Manifesto. St Louis, Nov. 19. A special to the Republic from Birmingham, Ala., says Reuben F. Kolb, the defeated candidate of the Populist party for governor of Alabama, publishes a lengthy address in one of this afternoon's editions of the People's Daily Tribune, of thia city, the state organ of the Kolbites and Popu lists, in whioh he declares his intention to be inaugurated governor of the state December 1, and calls upon his followers everywhere to gather at Montgomery on that da7 and aid him in taking his seat The address begins by saying that the paramount issue in the late state cam paign was honest elections, and charges that frauds were committed in 1892. lie says thera was almost a universal de mand .against the repetition of these frauds. The address then says that ju...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

THE ADVOOATSJ. A PAIK OE CRANKS. By II. 21. GREENE. CHAPTER V. A SCII EM E WHICH FAILED. "I dunno jest heow to get at what I want to eay," he continued, "but I guess I can make eout so's you can kinder hev an idee what I'm a-drivin' at. Sposein' you want ter git spliced, why not neow ? I'm a preacher if I do say it myself, only of late years I hevn't druv much of a business at it, sol can hitch ye up as tight as the Pope. What do ye say V" and his curi ous old eyes looked keenly at both in turn. Calvin looked at Nettie and both smiled. "Not just now, my dear, he answered for himself, "we have but just met and would know each other a little more intimately before joining our fortunes for life." "Fudge!" cried the old man, "that's all stuff I You know each other wail enough, I'll be bound. 'Taint every day you get a chance to be married by a preacher free gratis an' your board throwed in." "That is certainly worth consider ing," answered tne demure Calvin, "but at present we must post...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

THUS ADVOOATB. feeling did not tend to induce kindly consideration of either the factory or its owners. Returning to his business at the warehouse he was surprised one even ing to find a large, bony woman with a strong, sunburned face standing at the door of the store and regarding every thing within reach of her cold, grey eye with an evident interest. She in troduced herself as Deborah Starbuck, formerly of Maine, who had for some time resided at East Greenwood, and who owned a small patch of ground near the village, upon which was a lit tle dwelling where she lived alone. She was neither maid, widow or wife, she told Shrouds with grim frankness. She had been unfortunate in a trust, fool ishly reposed, she owned, in a leading man in the place, and now was ostra cized from society, while her compan ion in the episode was universally re spected and esteemed as though noth ing had happened. She had strolled one evening down toward the beach, and hearing loud voices and excited motion...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

4 TCI 22 ADVOOAT3. z r mm"!.' 'r'.'y AITD TOPEKA TEU3UHE. OFFICIAL 8TATE PAPER. it. n. r. a. FUBliISBlED BTSST WTOITODAT BY THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHES Room 43 and 45 Knox BuHdlng, TOFZ&A, - ' KAKSAS. 01.00 PER YEAR, ADYXBTISXXTO BATES, For atafcle Insertion: Display maitar, 28 eas twr Uac, 14 lines to the Inch. EeaUSinj noCsM, 40 eenta per lice. Dliccost for Icca-i-aa sou-ttttx (Infl. Rural Prets Asaotfn, P.O.VAVLMi,MaT. Boyea Builfliajj. Enteral at ts poitoCc at Tnpeki, Kansas, u icconfl claaa matter. WBDNE3DAT, NOVEMBER. 21, 12S4. If the People's party ever makes such a coo6umate ass of itself as the republicans did at their jamboree in Topeka last week it deserves to be bnried at least twenty years. Further evidence of how the peo ple voted their sentiments is that a man in Lyon county voted for Pete Kline for governor instead of Mor rill. He simply got the names mixed up. Professor Waite's review of elec tion figures (in this issue) is wrong in one respect. He places the Populis...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

5 TWO 80IJLS WITH BUT A glSGU THOUGHT." The Nonconformist of November 15 takes the following Washington special to the Indianapolis Journal of the 9th as a text for one of its ed itorials: The statement of the situation, so far as the power of the Populists in the senate is concerned, comes from a senator who is always accurately informed of the plans and purposes of bo-.h side, and is abso lutely to be regarded as ample assurance that nothing need be feared from the "bal ance of power," which is now olaimedby Messrs. Ptffer, Allen and their following. "Before the adjournment last summer," said the senator, "the possibility of an in crease of the Populist strength was recog nized. We then knew that Mr. Butler would be succeeded by Governor Tillman, and we believed that Mr. Bryan would win Mr. Manderson's seat. There was an in formal disoussion on the situation it could not be called a conference but it was gen erally understood before we separated that in the event of an increase of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

6 TEA SINGLE-TAX. NO. II. In another place will be found the rsply of Mr. Wakefield to some ob jections raised to the single-tax plat form in the Advocate last week. With much that he says I folly agree. A few points only will claim atten tion. Mr. Wakefield fails to distinguish the point I attempted to make, that no matter npon what kind of prop erty taxes are levied nominally, they are invariably levied against indi vidual and are paid by individuals either from the products of the labor of those against whom they are levied, or from the products of the labor of other men whose circum stanoes mk" them tributary m some manner to thoe against whom the taxes are levied. Lt ns suppose, now, that Mr. Wakefield, living in Lawrence, owns a valuable vacant lot on Kansas avenue in Topeka which he neither uses himself nor permits any other person to use. He is simply holding it for speculative purposes, and I agree with him that he can do this under our present sys tem, and upon fioal sale ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

TS-XI3 ADVOOATB, 7 CORPORATIONS AND STRIKES TOOLE SAM'S ATTENTION CALLED TO SOME IMPORTANT FAOTS. An Associated Press Synopsis of tba Na tional Strike Commission Eeport An Interesting Document. Chicago, III, Nov. 12 -The United States government report on the great railway strike in connection with the Pullman trouble was made publio to day. The report, which is signed by the federal labor commissioner, Carroll D Wright, and hia fellow investigators, John D. Kernan, of New York, And Nicholas 8. Worthingtor, of Illinois, ia addressed to President Cleveland and, abounds in passages which will attract wide attention, particularly the portion referring to the now famous General Managers' association, tba organization of high railway officials tbat encom passed the memorable defeat of the American R til way union. The report says the capitalization of the twenty four railroads directly re ore seated in tb Qoreril Managers associ ation v; as 82,108 552,617. The number of employes whs 221,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

0 CONCERNING KANSAS. NOTES. The Central Kansas Teachers' associ ation will bold its ninth annual meeting in Marion, November 29 and 30. There is another row in Haskell county over the elaction count. The gang that stole Rosenthal's aeat in 1892 ia at its old tricks. The suffrage amendment was defeated by about 33,009 majority. As might have been expected a large majority of the republicans voted against it The citizens of Chetopa have organ ized a protective association to defend themselves against a possible raid of the Cjok gang of outlaws, and have ap plied to the governor for the loan of Borne arms. Judge McKay, of the Twenty-fourth district, composed of Harper and Bar ber oounties, was the only successful Populist candidate for a judgeship in the state this year. There were only three unsuccessful ones. In the Seventh district the vote on congressman is is follows1 : Jerry Simp son, 25,176; C. I. Long, 27,506, and Neal, prohibitionist, 972. Toe vote of the dis triot is about 13...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

TI2H ADTOOATE. 0 STASHING STATISTICS. A Glance At the Beal Cause of Bepubllcan Victory. In the Advocate of November 29, 1893, was a compilation of facta regardirjjr elections by Profeaaor Frederick CL Waite, the renowned etatlatioian. The statement was of great interest at the time, and it ia equally interesting now since reoent events add to the force of it. At Columbian University,- Washing ton, November 13, Professor Waite read another paper in which he repeated the more important of his former statement and added what was to be learned from this year's elections. One of the start ling facts he mentions ia that more than 5 million out of the 16 million voters of the United States failed to vote this year. 'Daring the last twenty years," said Mr. Waite, "and also the twenty years ending with th breaking up of the Whig party, the democrats oarried every alternate presidential election, and yet were always defeated at the intervening presidential election. To the democrats 1836 and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

10 TlrXID ADVOOATB, j WOMAN AND HOME. A PRETTY CHINA CLOSET MADE IN THE CORNER OF THE ROOM. Clderly Women A Few Facta About Sa- rah Grand Georgia Cayvan as a Cook. The Beautiful Women of Provence Bag ; For Shoes V.at of Woman's Future? i As china has now developed Into an art the china closet has become a part of the furnishing of the dining room. At each corner, in well appointed houses, these 'quaint cupboards have a wonderful, pic turesque effect and add much to the deco rations of this room. Of wood, the curly birch or ash with brass furnishings la considered by artistic people to bo the best. In one house where some artists live the lower shelves of these cupboards, which are closed by a wooden door, have a quaint Imotto In brass, whloh adds to their clevei 'ornamentation. And tho glass part of 'these good, useful and delightful decora tive bits extend almost to the broad frieze of the wall paper. Of china tho Copenhagen ware la the most expensive. It is a wonderful blue, which...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

THS ADVOOATS. 11 PEOIOUNCED GIETH. AMERICAN WOMEN DISLIKE IT BE LOW THE WAIST. The French Hold Directly Opposite View. Correct Mode of Sitting: and Other Means of Keeping; a Good Figure Activity of Muscles a Cnre For Obesity. There 13 one torror which overhangs nearly all women who have passed SO, and which Mrs. Burton Harrison, in The An glomanlacs, has very felicitously touched upon in the delineation of one of her char acters. This is the fear of increasing girth below the waist. American women are pursued by this nightmare to an extraor dinary degree, because in America it is not considered at all a beauty for a wom an to curve out voluminously at the point where her corset board broadens Into the epoon shape. Very decidodly the contrary It is otherwise in France. There women do not object to a certain abdominal protu berance. They think it very undesirable to sink flatly downward instead. When nature has given them that sort of confor mation, they do their best to change it by ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

IS TEE 22 ADVOOATHI. CORPORATIONS AND STRIKES Continued from page 7. the balance dua for wages. There is nothing to prevent the payee of the check from oashing it outside of the bank, but as the bank is rent oolleotor, it presses for the rent and is aided in collecting -it by knowledge on the part of the tenant that by arrears he may lo3e his j )b. "The reductions at Pullman after Sep tember 1, 1893, were the result of con ferences among the managers; the em ployea for the first time knew of them when they took eoNot. Tae company based its entire contention as to every department upon the facte in retereno to oar buildiog to whioh we have alluded, and offered to show its b wka and figures a to the cost and sailing prises of oirs. This ofNr, on account of the strike in tervening, was not acted noon. Hid it been, it woald hive resulted ia the fl j urea ai to car building contracts. The purpose of the management was obvi ously to rest the whole matter upon coat, etc., in its m-st serio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

TIHTIU ADVOOATS. 23 nothiaac that any cation can success fully attempt in directions rnada neces sary by changed economic or industrial conditions. Other nations under their conditions own and operate telsgiraph and railroada with varying results. Whether it ia practicable (or thia nation to do bo eaocesefally when it becomes necessary to save an investment or when the people determine it shall be done, ia an open and terious question which can not be answered fally eicept by ac tual experiment. We ought now to in augurate a permanent system of investi gation into the relations between rail roads end eitplcjfs in order to pre pare to deal with them intelligently, and that we may cot servathely adopt such remedies as are sustained by publio opin ion for defects or wrongs that may from time to time appear. "The question of what shall be done is, therefore, one of ezpedienoy and not of power. When railroada acted as j adge and j ary in passing upon the com plainta of shippers, the-peop...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

14 THE ADVOCATE, THE SINGLE-TAX. la Able Champion Fres? nta His Side of the Case. BY W. H. T. WAKEFIELD. Your very fair article under the above hssdirg is but ore more proof that no honsst reformer can criticisa the single tax pbilocophy without at the same time showing that he has never comprehended its baaioprinciplea Presuming that you indorse the quo tations you make from the eisgle-tsx preamble and platform, "that all men are created equal (endowed by nature with equal rights aid entitled to equal opportunities) end that we differ only as to the bet method of making this prin ciple a practical reality instead of the "glittering generality" it is now, I will waste no epace in arguing man's right to an equal opportunity in the world with his fellow men. While single tax men do not claim that this is the only reform necessary, they do claim that it ia the keystone of the arch of reform, without which all other reform meesures will be of as lit tle value to the masses as would be a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

THE ADVOCATE. Y a i 1 Mm' A 111 .' :l S.- I: THE VERY BEST THING WE HAVE TO OTFEE. After haying: made some decided improvements in our Standard Family Sewing Machine, we are still aWe to sell it 8 ill llK ft pJ? Till DIRECT FKKD BAB. All wearing parts are rase-bardened ateel, poeiealng (treat duratllitr.aPd by tne turning o( a crew all loet motion can be taken up. All parts are fitted to accurately that these machines are absolutely noseless and as eapy mnnlnfr aa fine adjustment and best mechanical still can produce. Ko expense or time is spared to make them perfect In every reject, as every machine passes a rigid Inspection by competant men before leaving the factor?. It always pays to buy the best when It can be had tt low price. BOX Or SILP-ADJCSTINO ATTACUMINTS. This Illustration shows extra attachment In a velvet-lined case, sent free with each machine ; one tucker, one rufller with hlr ring-plate, one hemmer set, four widths, and b'nder, one braider, foot and lifle, one threa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 21 November 1894

1G 2223 ADVOOATB, POLaNDCHHU PIGS AND C202T horas, bred by J. H. Taylor, Pearl, Xaa. FOK ALL. $7S ""u tar7 and ex. penwi pat. If 70 " employment writ mm atones to P.O. vicisir.Aon." n n t"r- PMrmanntl Curd Iff! Sf 41 i I f nome treatment. $28 to $35. frtend alamo for book. iso. a, Harris, Port Payne, Ala WANTED Agent in each pl&ca to show'sam ' pies of shoes, clothing and leave price Hat. Send stamp for sealed answer to Biggs & Co. Louisville, Ky., Box 045. Mention this paper trann i nnn mutmt cured i:t a days U.iUUU liiSI I On. bos of OR. BATCH. ETTE'8 ASTIDOTB will do It If not for sale by your drumtfrt, sent by mail for Me. Circular. teatimonlaU free, Afaate Wanted. Dr. BaUheUe la lt aMiicaa BJ., iaieat When wilting advertiser mention Advocate .00. . hX'iLrJsr4 RIFLES 11.75,, a 1 T f POWELL A CLEMENT CO. COITCsXE BJWCB' 3, WATCHES wiJ iatasu(aMdaaiitO. When writing advertisers mention Advocate 2TBE JT' RlTwi. 6. W- MJJLlTll. Cos When writing advertisers mention Advocate E...

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