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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

4. VQL.TTC, NO. 48. $1.00 A YEAR. TOPEKA, KANSAS, HOVEMBEB 23, 1894. OFFICIAL STATE PAPEI. IRRIGATION. THAT'S WHAT ALL THE PEOPLE ABE TALKING ABOUT. I The Kansas Irrigation Association Meet- in? at Hutchinson Proved to Be .4 a I4WT. Kftriftrtl. The agricultural mind of the West ia being diverted from the question of markets and transportation to that of raising a greater variety of products, and to getting a greater amount from leas ground. This ia bringing the sci ence of land irrigation to be studied not only by farmers but those whosa inter- esta are directly connected with those of the farmers. In fact, irrigation has coma to ba one cf the most interesting and important subjects cf discussion, and is even now forcing itself into our state and national law-making depart ments. It long ago began to attract tha attention of manufacturers of agri cultural appliances, and the progress recently made by them is indeed won derful. The second annual convention of the Kansas Irrigation as...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

2 THE! ADVO O-&.THL A PAIE OF GRAMS. By H. M. CHAPTER VII. SCHEMES, MATRIMONIAL, MERCENARY AND MISCELLANEOUS. "I never like to chaw my terbakker twice," continued the old man, "but 'f I'm any jedge of matters 'n things 'neow's the day an' neow's the hoar,' as 'Scott's whay hay with Wallace bled,' to take up that ere motion which was iaid onto the table at a previous session, bein', as I was wonce a select man. I'm not an unborn child in parley menty doin's; quite the contrary, eh, Mr. Calvin?" Calvin considered a moment, and then said that they were much obliged to their friend for hi offer, but had de cided that they would marry them selves. "In plain terms," he explained, "neither of us believe in the sanctity of the marriage relation. We agree that it is nothing more than nor less than a civil contract between a man and a woman who agree to live to gether during mutual satisfaction. But contracts require witnesses, so if you will consent to act as a witness to our contract we...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

TKH ADVOOAT3. 3 young man answered, as he dragged his chair after him to the neighbor hood of his wife. They were alone but his instinct told him that Nettie desired a little confidential talk, and confidential matters are not best dis cussed when the conferees are twenty feet apart, and a third person liable to enter at any moment. "I presume that you will agree that Adam and Eve were married in even greater com mon ignorance than we enjoyed." "Enjoyed!" "Well," that may not .be the word Shall we say 'possessed?' The posses sion of ignorance is a question for a casuist." "Don t thinx, Charlie, that I am un easy or fearful, but I should very much 'enjoy,' to use your word in a happier sense, to hear you tell something of yourself. I love to recount the few possessions I have. I know that your life is full of jewels, and I long to count and to value them." "And I have an equal desire to know something of your history." "Well, then, I will get my poor, little story out of the way in s...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

4 A17D TOPEEA TBIBUNE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. IT. IZ,. I. A. FUBLI3HXD 1VXST WKDOTtSDAT BT THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHES CG'JPAXY, Boomi 43 and 45 Knox Euildta& TOPZSA, - . - EAJT3AS, $1.00 PER YEAIL ADVERTISING HATCH, For tingle Insertion : Display matter, 29 cents cor Hue, li lines to the Inch. Bdlci notices, 43 eenti per Una. Dlacocnt for long-tlma ton-raci ilnd. Rural Press Assoe'n, P. O. Va Vuxr, Mt. Boy oe Building. Entered lit the poitcffleeat Topeki.XAQiai.u econd elais matter. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 184. Bunion ( ?1labei If the democratic party is not dead it should be made to appear and show cause for living. Speaking of man's ingratitude re minds us that the women of Colorado didn't exhibit the most approved eort of gratitude when they turned down the party that gave them suf frage. Wno would have expected the post master general to suggest anything in the way of an improvement in his de partment? To do so would have been against the traditions and practices of his party, an...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

TOE US JlDVOOjAflPia. rr trusts would disappear under free trade. Are these conclusions war ranted? Is it a fact that the organi zation and perpetuity of trusts de pend upon any special system of tax ationf Or, is it not rather true that other conditions render these evils posible and that a change of these conditions is essential to their over throw? A change in the system o taxation alone will be insufficient Free trade will not accomplish their destruction. Already one of these great monopolies has extended its grap beyond the boundaries of the United States. The Standard Oil company to day practically controls the entire oil product of the world. It his no competition upon the globe worth mentioning. Establish free trad- and open other branches of ex isting monopolistic traffio to the com petition of the world, and how loog would it be until interested capital ists in this aid other countries would effect a combination world-wide in its scope? Tne single-tax could not prevent it...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

0 ADVOOATa THE GOYJCBNHINT BOND SCHEME. B very observer of current event3 is already aware of the decision to is sue another 50 million dollars of gov ernment bonds. Notwithstanding there is no authority in law for this proceeding, as there was none for the 50 million dollars issued last year, the autocrat in the White House has arbitrarily decided that it shall be done; the lickspittle congress, that has thus far bowed to his imperial mandates, will interpose no objection to this outrage, and a servile people will quietly acquiesce and go on vot ing for additional burdens to be im posed upon themselves and their chil dren precisely as they have done in the years that are gone. Party idol a tors can never thro v off the yoke of bond age. They think more of the party than of themselves, or their wives end children. What has become of the gold ob tained from the sale of the 50 million dollars of bonds issued last year? What have the people to-day to show for that addition to our bonde...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

TS-IS3 -AZTOOTXl on, as well sa that of the Populist who clamora for more money, for they stand upon the same basis in this respect, and that is the idea of the ceoessity of a fic titious stimulation of human industry. Most Pipalis's say it is useless to think of all the idle men being employed with out more money to famish them em ployment and pay them. And McKinley shouts that unlenn we pay a big bonus to make up the difference between our own and foreign labor many of our peo ple must go unemployed. Ai it the Al mighty had made mankinds happiness depend upon tar ft nd fiical legislation. In determining the political economy of the world He never p-uvided f r $50 per capita nor an ad valorem duty. The world was fashioned with simply two conditions necessary one, the land to work upon, and man with the ability and willingness to work upon it. All this anxiety to furnish people employment presupposes a condition whioh does not exist, and if the mass of men were re stored to the stat...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

8 TI-IIB ADVOOATU. CONCERNING KANSAS. N0TE3. The annual atate oratorical contest will be held in Topeka, February 24. The Big Springs Creamery Company, a Douglas county institution, has been incorporated under the lawa of Kansas. A Eansaa City paper runs two columns of portraits of aspirants for the Kansas Eenatorahip. It looks like a rogues gal lery. The prohibition campaign in Shawnee county coot $80 75 and there is no item concerning the cost of liquor in Treas urer Wake's report. A few years from now the remark "We need rain" will mean that the water in his irrigation baain is getting low, and unless rain comes he will have to pump. Another evidence of irrigation being profitable is that J. L. Brietow, of the Irrigation Farmer, is appointed to be Governor Morrill'd crivate secretary, at a very good salary. Whenever the legislature can devise a way to promote irrigation without let tic g the foreign owners of Kansas landa get all the benefits to the exclusion of small farmers, it...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

( T1-IE3 ADVOCATE, pie?" or that other man who points out these faots, warns the people of impend' ing peril, and declares that unless the old order of things, under which the few have legally and systematically robbed the masses, can be epeedily and radically changed the republic ia doomed f Which vote in the lata election waacagt in the interest of l he perpetuity of this re public? that which helped to advance the republican party, a party pledged to the old policy under which corporate power has been enthroned, and under which the wealth of the country haa been bo rapidly concentrating in a few hands for a quarter of a century? or that other vote which was cast to advance a new party that seeks to enthrone a new policy whose best recommendation is that it is cordially hated and bitterly opposed by all corporations and by the entire money power of America and Europe? How did you vote? How will you vote in the future? Can you not induce some neighbor who has hitherto voted with th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

JO TSSS3 ADVOOAT3, WOMAN AND HOME. IN EMINENTLY PRACTICAL ENGLISH MATRON AT HOME. tolioky Babies Beauty In Women Why Women Live Longer Than Men Ad vocating the Greek Dress Baby's Dally Bath The Southern Girl. It is indeed refreshing in those fin do siecle days of feminine fads and foibles to find a woman pre-eminently domestic a veritable home body, if you please who believes it is nobler to mold a human heart than to mold in clay, to dabble in crayons or to "giggle, gabble, gobble" at social functions. On this account the wife of the distinguished London reformer and journalist, Mr. William T. Stead, is all the more interesting. Doubtless no more striking exemplifica tion of radicalism and conservatism may be found than In the commodious, hedge encircled country home at Wimbledon, England, widely known as Cambridge House. It is the abode of that distinctive man of affairs, who, in his loyal defense of a principle, suffered incarceration in a London jail, and his demure, diffident w...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

TZ2ZD ZsJDVOOA.Tia. AS TO DINNER GIVING WHAT A HOSTESS MUST DO TO WIN REPUTATION IN THIS LINE. The English Make It a Very Elaborate Aflair China, Silverware and Ylanda Ga lore The Other Dinner Which It the Opposite of the Gorgeous Spread. Though dining ia the pleasantest form cf entertainment which the polite world offers to Its devotees, It is at the same time a trying function to the Inexperi enced hostess, who readily understands that, though a dance or tea may not be successful and her status will yet remain unimpaired, if her dinner falls fiat she will receive a black mark from all those who consider dinner giving as an art and the competent dinner giver an artist. Worldlings of longstanding are never bet ter pleased than when they sit down with a few tried friends or some congenial strangers to a good dinner, well served and presided over by an agreeable hostess. The woman who achieves a reputation as a successful giver of good dinners is the admiration and envy of her set and...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

12 TflK 8IVGLTJ-T4X. Aa Able Champion Prwnti His Side of tliB Case. BT W. H. T WAXEFICLD. In your last article you say: "Mr Wakefield fails to distinguish the point I attempted to make, that no matter upon what kind of property taxas are levied nominally, they are invariably levied agalnat individuals and ara paid by individuals either from tha produo'a of tha labor of those against whom thay are levied, or from tha prod acta of the labor of other men whose oiroumstanoes maka them tribatary in eoma manner to those against whm thetxi are levied." Pardoa me, if I think I did not fail to notice thia point. That taxea are not paid by inanimate or unorganized mat ter I then fully agreed. What aingle tsxws deslr, and what they think their plan alone on accomplish, is that tazaa "levied against an individual" be paid by that individual, and not shifted to some ''jther man whose drcumstan'oea make them tributary in somo manner to those agamat whom the tazaa ara levied." Itisbtcaass it ia a ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

TEE 13 ADVOOAT3. 13 and Cleveland & Co. crowded thia on ths country, too, in an undue and unseemly manner. Let them not complain, there fore, for though republioics eat the pace they took it up and adopted it, although the most ultra anti democratio policy ever deviaed. Besides, the bo called da mocracy hns fallen entirely into the re publican rut and is traveling their road in all respects, except, perhaps, one. It ia no longer the party of the people, and can't beset of being the poor man'a party, as of yore; and, therefore, as honest J An Allen, member of cougreaa from Mississippi, said at the late session, "There is no longer any reason for being a democrat," and bo the votora of the country appear to have thought, and acted accordingly. Another important element in the campaign and which few mm to take note of or appreciate was the ir finance exerted by the A. P. A.'a, who worked with entire secrecy, undermining the party integrity of men little suspected, and thus contribu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

14 Pangers to American liberty. Plutocracy to day ia In a daspenia plight;. having no arjroraenta at iia coia macd it baa been compelled to stoop to ft tyranny that ita own more pnidsnt ad vocates deplore, knowing well that such p sen do remedies only aggravate the eyila of the already intolerable position. Ravolt appears on every hand, and the revolt is no losger confined to the un thinking rabble whose aristocratic states men have long eiace learned the lesson of daepisiog. Yesterday it was Senator Jones who cancelled the traditions of a lifetime, and turned his back upon the fold; to-day it is ex Senator Lyman Trumbull, a judge on the snprsme'.benoh of Illinois ten yeara b afore the war; one of President Lincoln's most treated counsellors; the man who penned the celebrated fifteenth amendment to the constitution whereby equal rights were granted to all citizens, "regardless of color or previous condition of servitude." The conduct of the federal judges in connection with the lata...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

TiEOT ADVOOATB. 15 S3 hit THE VERY BEST After hayinr made some decided hnproYements at920.,mclndii)7 THING WE HAVE TO OFIEE. in our Standard Family Sewlnf Machine, are still aWe to Bell it a year's snlscription to the Advocate. 2 O. . I .1 o -. . fcS I ! ! j V. : g IS (31s o ,)l !o hi-r.2 i n S S1 i o p 5 HI N'n S I ?! a d U Ar o L l sa 9 P h fe- ss o r() )0 us? E-E 1 CD l-JS I ss5--,.- . THI DIBICT PX1D BAB. All wearing parts tre rase-taardened atel, poasoilos great dnraWlltr.and by tne burning of a crew all lost motion can bo taken up. All parts are fitted fo accurately that these machines art absolutely noseless and as easy running aa fine adjustment and best mechanical skill can produce. No expense or time la spared to make them perfect In eyery respect, as every machine passes arlgld Inspection by compet jnt men before learlng the factory. It always pays to buy the best when It can be hd at low price. y-"":' '',1 liniii li ' li i In 1 .in mil ir ii j.fc-. 'li. I mr' BOX OF SILr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 28 November 1894

BIO T22I3 ADVOOATIB. nnT.ANDrnrwA pigs and SHOUT Jt tenia, brd by X. II. Taylor, Pearl, Z&a. mi FOB ALL. fI5 a month .alary and peiiiH piil. If you tul mp!ojr merit writ i tDMter.O.TICKIST,AntuiM,aiab inn Permanently Cured ! ! ! ! i$? 1 1 i Ji!,M i Home treatment. tzo to ira. u. Ji; 1 a J tU Sim m A Hpnd staniD for honk. 4.10. ft. Harris, Port Payne, Ala. WATTED Acent in each place to show earn " pies of shoes, clothing and leave price lists. Send stamp for sealed answer to Birrs & Co., Louisville, ioz mention this paper. I cured IMS DAYS tail I On. box of DR. BATCH. KTTE'8 ASTIDOTB will do It If not for Ml br your drninHtt, Mnt by m nil for SOo. Clrnalara, tetlmonlU free. A(aU Wull, br. MUehette C., 104 Uithlf St, Caleaf When writing advertisers mention Advocate ISO people, male or fe male, old or young. earn 130 to $80 a week. day or evening, In their own town. Require no capital Samples free. Kendall ft Co., Man chester, N. U. When writing advertisers mention Advocate Jfa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 December 1894

VOL.VI, NO. 49. $1.00 A YEAR. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBEE 5, 1894. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. THE GREAT WEST. IEBIGATION, IEEE SILVEE COIN AGE AID CHEAP TEA5S POBTATIOH Aia Some of the Wants of the Transmir sissippi Commercial Congress, Lately Assembled in St. Louis, The Transmlasiaaippi Commercial con gress held its annual session in St. Louis beginning November 26 and con tinuing four days. Tee main object of tha association ia to discuss and pro mote legislation in tha intereat of the Western peop.e. Among tha important subjects discussed at thia sebslon were tha currency question, irrigation, Pacific railroad foreclosure, and bounty to farmers on exported agricultural pro ducts. Tha bounty proposition was in tha form of a minority report from the com. mitiee on resolutions, tha majority hav ing voted to refuse to placa such a recommendation in the report to be made by it. Dolt gate LuDin of Cali fornia, in a brief address, utged that tha farmers, not from a protection or a free trade e ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 December 1894

THE ADVOCATE, A PAIE OF CEAIKS. By II. M. CHAPTER IX. ABOVE THE CROWD. The trial of Nettie Ford for arson was long remembered in Blackstone county, not on account of the contest of the attorneys, for the utmost good feeling and agreement of opinions pre vailed between the opposing counsel, neither for a surprise in the verdict, for no verdict was reached. m In fact, the popular sentiment had concluded some time before the day set for the com mencement of the case that Deborah Shrouds was alone the guilty party. This belief of itself would have pre vented a conviction of the accused. To add to the difficulties of the state's at torney the witness-in-chief, Amos Wil liams, was nowhere to be found. So that gentleman, in the best spirit, and with a most winning grace, declared when the case was called that he was satisfied that there was nothing what ever to hold Miss Ford upon, and moved the court to enter a nolle prose qui, which was accordingly done with out loss of time, and Miss Ne...

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

THE! ADVOOAT33. dies, but" a pause, during which he satisfied himself that the enemy was effectually silenced, "but I've sum thin' worth tellin' an' worth hearin' to spin ju3t neow. See the Kansas build in', a queer lookin' shanty down there?" pointing to it. "Wall, I found a chap there's put me onto a good thing eout there. I'm goin', an' wouldn't ye like to go too ? Fine land, no perlice, no water rates, all out doors, cows, cattle, hosrses, corn, everything, an' all for $5 an acre." "Tell him I'm not goin'," shot in the voice from the rear like a hand gren ade. "Tell her," answered Ilabakkuk, coolly, "that when she's asked to go, she may consider the marter just neow. I guess I'd as soon's not be a batchel- der. I'v gone a-many a mile without her, an' I can go many another with out her." "Let us go down to the Kansas build ing together," interposed Calvin, will ing to end this ridiculous contention, "and interview the agent of this won derful Jand." After an orderly march to 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. — 5 December 1894

4 ADVOOATU. AND TOPEKA TBIBUNE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. N. R. F. JL. PUBLISHID EVEEY WEDNESDAY BY THE ADVOCATE FOBLISHING CO. ' Rooms 43 and 45 Columbian B'ldg, TOP1KA, - - KANSAS. $1.00 PEK YEAB, ADVERTISINGS BATES. Single Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents per agate line, (14 lines to Inch). Reading notices, 30 cents ier line, (count line) Godv or electro should reach this office Mon day morning to Insure insertion in following issue. Electros must have metal base, 13-em columns (2 inches). ( Ind'pt Bural Press Afiso'n, CHICAGO OFFICE P. . Va Vlr, U'gr, ( Boyee Mug. Entered at the potofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1894. The single-tax discussion is set ont this week in order to make room for the president's message. Conoress ia in session and the Wall Street gang will now have a chance to invest some of the profits of their bond steal. They can bay congressmen. The fact that protection is a great humbug has suddenly dawned on the minds of a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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