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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 December 1894

9 the multitude of reform ideas end the cries advanced by the various parties, sad in their confusion only know that timsa ere hard and the party in power haa not done anything to make them better. Then our government machin ery ia so large and complex, and party platforms are purposely vague, eoaato mean everythicg or nothing as the oc casion requires, that the opportunities for monopoly are etill better to prevent reform from being carried out There fore, to obviate confusion of voters, and insure the carrying out of any measure, only one thing should be attempted at onetime. That issue should be clearly, fnlly, and definitely etated and defined. Every candidate should be pledged to support it before he could be nomi nated; then, if there is a majority of votes, that much will be accomplished, because with due allowance '.for corrupt men, and the power of money to cor rupt, there are few men that will be tray a definite, specific publio pledge. It is much easier to unite a majorit...

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

10 ADVO OATH. WOMAN AND HOME. FAMOUS JEWELS OWNED AND WORN BY WELL KNOWN WOMEN. The American Beauty Her Story Is Like a Romance Dieting: For Children Ef fective Dressing Walking Into a Com plexlon The Unruly Placket. Mrs. William Astor'a collection of rings la the most famous of any in this country, Sho has several rings once the property of the Empress Eugenlo. One Is the noted "Napoleon ring," which represents a lily In diamonds, with a drop of dew upon tho petals. Tho dowdrops are pearls and the petals are diamonds. Mrs. Astor also owns a ring made o! turquoise, fashioned into forgetmenots Another is a snake ring which was pur chased in Egypt. It is made of fine gold wire, which scintillates and moves as 11 alive. Each scale of the snake's back Is a tiny wire on which is a ruby, an emerald and an amethyst. The effect is marvelous, Mrs. Burke-Roche is fond of rings and seldom wears loss than four or five a pinky ring on her right hand sot with a catseye, besides tho wedding ring a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 December 1894

THZ23 DVOOATEJ. 11 CLEVEE CEITICISM. A FRENCHWOMAN'S IDEAS ABOUT HER AMERICAN SISTERS' DRESS. She Says Oar Women Ilave Especial Nat ural Advantages, but They Do Not Slake Proper Use of Thjpm Waists and Cor setsA Little Return Criticism. "On the deck of La Touraine, outward bound," says a woman who was there, "a clover little Frenchwoman criticised fairly the dressing of her American 6isters and gave 6onio excellent hints as to the correct ing of their mistakes. " 'When an American woman la well dressed,' she said, 'she Is perfection, but few understand the art. Sho is exceeding ly quick in copying new ideas, most in genious in making over gowns and is be ginning to dress appropriately, but there are certain essential points of good dress ing to which she gives little attention. For instance, most of your women have excellent figures, the effect of which is marred by unnecessary or badly fitting cor sets. There never was a more ridiculous advertisement than that which states that a c...

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

Why Not Foreclose f Continued from page U maters and the government will have to raesfc thsm. Bat it hsa been payin in terssst oa tbs bonds for years and these payments for interest reach the amezln g fijare of 50 coilHona of dollars, while the principal of the bonds is only 27 mil lions. There should be no alarm, there fore, over the payment of the principal when the government baa already qui etly pot out twice that ajaount The main objection to the pen dinjf fbill is that it xenda for fifty years the abso lute dominion of the Pac'fb roads over the trs fih of the great West. It also limits the security of the government to certain designated roads. It will be bettor if congress lets the enbjot alone and makes no adjustment, rather than make one of disadvantage to the govern ment and to Western development." Mr. Mguire was naked what the ef fect would be if congress did not act whether the Picifij roads would not lap" into government control. "Undoubtedly they will," said he, "and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 December 1894

Published December 13, 1894. S 9896. iiMiCirt Bank of Santa Fe, by Treadwell C. Coffman, Receiver, vs. The Haskell County Bank, etaL Error from Haskell County. REVERSED. Syllabus. Btthk Court. Hobton.CJ L Where a judgment creditor has levied upon personal property subject to the attach ment of another party, he is entitled to come into court and move to discharge the prop erty from the attachment, if the writ has been improvidently or improperly obtained. 3. Where a demurrer to a petition is sus tained and thereupon the plaintiff, with leave of the court, files an amended petition substi tuting another party as plaintiff and by agree ment of all he parties judgment is rendered upon the amended petition, the plaintiff can not complain of the ruling of the court in sustaining the demurrer, or of the judgment rendered In accordance with the agreement of the parties. All the justices concurring. A true copy. Attest: C. J. BROWN, sxalJ Clerk Supreme Court. 9032. Lewis A. Riley vs. The To...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 December 1894

14 TCSSl ADVOOAT23. What Doctrines Should Be Advocated by the People's Party. BY R. E. HELLER. NO. II. What, then, intervenes between the laborer and hia right to labor? Some oca eays, monopoly. Yes, that La true, bat monopoly of what? It is not rail road moropoly, for however heavy a buidan railroad charges may be, they do not interfere with man's right to labor. If a man owns his share of the fertile earth he can raise all that is a necessity for hia living as our grand fathers did, and be wholly independent of the railroads. True, he may not live o well, but etill he can live and be his own employer. Nor is it the trusts . which intervene, and render men idle, for likewise can man live independent of them if necessity calls for it. If a person has a farm of his own no trust or combine can prohiDit him from eating his own grains, his own meat and his own fruits, and being warm and com fortable in his own home. The trusts and railroads extort from people an un just portion of their...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 December 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 15 The Topeka Woman's Progressive Political Le-gue. The interest in the Woman'a Progrea aive Political Ut gae has not waned since the election. The women of the People's party have not lost faith in its princi ples, because a temporary defeat has overtaken the party. The settlement of campaign expenses shows that the league has raised and expended in neces sary work nearly $75, and we start anew with mosey in the treasury. A j lint meeting of the two lesguea is now in contemplation for the near fu ture. The sentiment cf the league is to make it a truly progressive organization, as its name implies. A committee has been appointed to arrarge a program for each meeting. They have presented as the eubject for this month, "The Status of Woman In 4he Past Civilization of D.fferent Countries." A good paper upon the women of ancient Greece and Rome was read at the regular ression, November 21, by Margaret R. Strnb'e. The Women of Esrypt," is the sub ject for the 28tb, and all ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 12 December 1894

18 Z-IIB ADVOOATZ3. SUPHEHE CODRT SYLLAB Continued from page 18. act regulating the fees and salaries of county treasurer, county clork, sheriff, county attor ney, probate judge, register of deeds, clerk of the district court, ana county superintend ent of public instruction, of Marshall county, Kansas," is under the Authority of board of county commissioners or Miami county vs. Hiner , Kas, , unconstitutional ;and voia. All the justices concurring. A true copy. Attest: C.J.BROWN, skal Clerk Supreme Court. 7129. The Southern Kansas Railway Company vs, wiiiiami. urimtn. Error from Douglas County. Syllabus. REVERSED. By thk Court. Allen, 1. In an action against a railway company by one of its employes to recover damages for injuries occasioned by the negligence of the defendant or its servants, the negligence proven at the trial and found by the Jury as a basis for a general verdict in favor of the piamtin, must correspond with the averments of the petition.! 2. The plaintiff was a sw...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

This Number Contains tho Tabulated Official Election Return: PA n rn aT ) LU- R 8 y y Jj4r J r:7 77) rn n i v-y w ' . t .. . -.j a ... - .. J S TOL.TI.NO. 51. $1.00 A YKAB. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 19, 1894. -'OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. KILKENNY CATS. THE HEAT MONOPOLY 13 AFTE3 THE STJGAB TBUST, And tha Bankers Cannot Agree as to the Best Plan of Bobbing the Dear People. Washington, Deo. 17. For many daya it has been known here that the West ern cattle interests, representing an in vested capital of not less than 500 mil lion dollars, are about to grapple in a death-look straggle with the sugar trust, and that the direction of the fighting is to be lodged with P. D. Armour, Nelson Morris and Swift, the Chicago kings of tha meat trade. The United States is to be the battle ground, and unless the program miscar ries the encounter between these ooloa sal interests will furnish the crowning sensation .of the short session of con gress. Free sugar is a necessity for free exportation of meat p...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

PAIE OP CEAIKS. By II. M. GHE23NE. CHAPTER XIV. THE BATTLE AGAINST WIIITE SAV AGES. At length, after many broken prom ises, the long-deferred rain came in torrents. In time to bring up the wheat, it was too late to save the corn crop. The field which had been at one time certain to yield large results was almost valueless. Meantime, the sec ond payment on the land was past due, and the means were largely wanting. The matter could be neglected no longer. Some of the neighboring set tlers had been evicted after a summary foreclosure of their claims. There was but one recourse within reach. The horses must be mortgaged to raise funds wherewith to save the land. After much delay and wearisome ef fort, Calvin succeeded in obtaining the amount necessary, with the under standing that the mortgagee should keep the horses. As there were no crops to cultivate and none to be gath ered, this seemed no very hard condi tion. Still, the absence of the faithful beasts who had been so valuable in hi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

TI-IE5 jSlDVOOjTS. 3' That "Anti-Trust" Law. Editor Advocatb: The readers of this paper are familiar with Dr. Mo Lallin's contention that the aim of the Sherman anti-trust act of July 2, 1830, waa designed to work for, instead of against, corporationa that overshadow state and nation. The courts sustain his view. Judge Morrow of the federal court for the northern diatriot of California said last summer in addressing a grand jar;: "The crimary object of the etatute waa undoubtedly to prevent destruction of legitimate and healthy competition in inter-stata commerce by individuals, corporations and trusts, grasping, en grossing and monopolizing the markets for commodities. Bat its provisions are broad enough to reach combinations or conspiracies that would interrupt tha transportation of euoh commodities from one state to another." The latter sen tence, of course, refers to the members of the American Railway union, and strikers in general. Bat Judge Baker speaks more openly in the cas...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

i A17D TOPEKA TEIBIJNE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. 27. 1Z. T. .A. ' Publish id Eviby Widnesday by THE ADVOCATE FDBLISHIHS CO.. Booma 43 and 45 Columbian B'ldg, TOPEKA, - - KANSAS. $1.00 PER YEAR, ADVERTISING BATES. Single Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents per agate line, (14 lines to Inch). Reading notlcet, 80 cents per line, (count line8) Copy or electro should reach this office Mon day morning to insure insertion In following Issue. Electros mutt have metal base, 13-em columns (9 Inches). ( Ind'pt Bural Press Asso'n, CHICAGO OFFICE j J. O. Van Vl-et, tt'gr, ( Boyce bld'g. Entered at the potofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1894. Owroa to publication of oompletelelec tion returns this week, our single-tax discussion, aa well aa several communi cations cow on our table have to go over to naxfc week. Put interest- bearing bonda out of ex isting and you take away the means by which the money gamblera of Europe and America draw the life blood from l...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

TEX 13 ADVOOATB. THI INCOME TAX. Details of the New Law by Which Bevenue Is to Be Raised. The secretary oC the treasury has ftp proved the regulations prescribed by the commissioner of internal revenue (or the enforcement of the collection of the in coma tax under the late tariff act. The affidavit attached to the list must be subscribed atd sworn to by the per son making the return, and is to the ef fect that the affiant has included in said return all gains, profits and incomes from every source whatever received by him, or to whioh he is justly entitled for that year, and that he is honestly and truly entitled to make all the deductions entered upon his return, and that he has truly answered the interrogatories set forth on said blank form. When completed and duly verified by the oath of the person rendering the same, the oama must be delivered by mail or other wise to the collector at any time be tween the firat of January and the first Monday of March of each year. The groes ga...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

ADVO OAT 23. LIEU I EN ANT GOVERNOR CON FlN U fcD. (I CFPI3IA.Ij VOTE. THE state board of canvassers met In regular session, as prescribed by law, at the office of secretary of date, November 26, 1894 Present, Lb D. Lewelllng, Rovernor; R.8. Osborn, secretary of state ; W. II. BIddle, treasurer of state, and John T. Little, attorney general. After a thorough examination of the abstracts of votes cast by precincts, as returned by the several county cbrks to the office of secretary of state, the board found and declared as '0ll0W: STATEMENT Of votes cast at the general election held on the sixth day of November, A. D., 1894, for gov ernor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, auditor of State, treasurer of state, attorney general, superintendent of public Instruction, associate justice of the supreme court, and congresBman-at-l&rge.as canvassed by the state board of canvassers, at their session begun on the 26th day of November, A. D 1894, and concluded on the 11th day of Dece...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

AUDITOR OF STATE CONTINUED. COUNTIES. SECRETARY OF STATE CONTINUED. Dickinson Doniphan Douglas Edwards Elk Ellla Ellsworth Finney Ford Franklin Geary Gove Graham, Grant Gray Greeley Greenwood Hamilton Harper Harvey Haskell Hodgeman Jackson Jefferson Jewell Johnson Kearney Kingman Kiowa Labette Lane Leavenworth.. Lincoln Linn Logan Lyon Marion Marshall McPherson Meade Miami Mitchell Montgomery .. Morris . . Morton . Nemaha Neosho Ness Norton Osage Osborne Ottawa Pawnee Phillips Pottawatomie Pratt Rawlins Reno Republic Rice Riley Rooks Rush Russell Saline Scott Sedgwick Seward Shawnee Sheridan Sherman Smith Stafford Stanton Stevens Sumoer Thomas ........ Trego Wabaunsee Wallace Washington... Wichita Wilson Woodson Wyandotte .... Totals. COUNTIES. Allen Anderson Atchison Barber Barton Bourbon Brown ......... Butler Chase Cantauqua Cherokee , Cheyenne Clark Clay Cloud Coffey Comanche Cowley Crawford Decatur Dickinson Doniphan Douglas Edwards Elk Ellis Ellsworth Finney Ford Franklin . Ge...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

8: vis 33' 23vooh. TREASURER OF STATE CONTINUED. ATTORNEY GENE RAL CONTINUED. COUSTI23. COUNTIZS. McPherson.... Meade. . Miami . Mitchell . Montgomery .. . MorrU , Morton . Nemaha Neosho ..N8S Norton K9 Osborne Ottawa..., Pawnee Phillip Pottawatomie Pratt Rawlins Reno Republic. Rice Riley. Rooks Rash Russell , Saline . Scott Sedgwick Seward Shawnee , Sheridan Sherman , Smith Stafford Stanton Stevens Sumner Thomas r. Trego Wabaunsee Wallace Washington.... Wichita Wilson Woodson Wyandotte TotaK COUNTIES. Allen Anderson .' Atchison Barber Barton Bourbon Brown Butler Chase Cautauqua Cherokee Cheyenne Clark Clay Cloud Coffey Comanche Cowley Crawford Decatur Dickinson Doniphan Douglas Edwards Elk Ellis TMlawnrth ' Finney Ford ; Franklin Geary Gove Graham Grant Gray Greeley Greenwood Hamilton .' Harper Harvey Haskell....: Hodgeman Jackson Jefferson Jewell Johnson Kearny .- Kingman Kiowa Labette Lane Leavenworth Lincoln Linn , Logan , Lyon ..- , Marlon , Marshall , McPherson , Meade Miami M...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

0 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION CONTINUED. CONGRESSMAN-AT-LARGE. C0UXTII8. COUNTIES. THUS jIDVOaTH!, Stevens Sumner Thomas Trego Wabaunsee . Wallace Washington Wichita Wllaon Woodson . . . Wyandotte . Totals. Allen Anderson Atchison Barber Barton Bourbon Brown Butler Chase Chautauqua ... Cherokee Cheyenne Clark Clay Cloud.. Coffey Comanche Cowley Crawford Decatur Dickinson Doniphan Douglas Edwards Elk Ellis Ellsworth Finney Ford Franklin Geary Gove Graham Grant Gray Greeley Greenwood .... Hamilton Harper Harvey Haskeil Hodgeman Jackson Jefferson Jewell Johnson Kearny Kingman Kiowa ..,:.... Labette Lane Leavenworth.. Lincoln Linn Logan Lyon Marion Marshall McPheraon .... Meade Miami Mitchell Montgomery . . Morris. Morton Nemaha Neosho Ness Norton Osage Osborne Ottawa Pawnee. Phillips....... Pottawatomie. Pratt Rawlins Reno Republio Rice Rile Rooks Rush Russell Saline 8cott 8edgwick Seward Shawnee ...... Sheridan Sherman Smith Stafford SUn ton Stevens Sumner Thomas .". Trego Wa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

10 SIXTH DISTRICT. STATE5IEXT: OFFICIAL ELECT Oil RETURNS. Continued from last page. the First, Second, Third, Fourth. Fifth, sixth and Seventh Congressional districts of the FIRST DISTRICT. state of Kansas for representatives in congress rorsaia districts as canvassed dj tne mate Board of Canvassers at their annual session bexun on the 26th dav of November. A. D. 1894, and concluded on the llth day of December, A. C 1694. Counties. Kames of Persons Voted for. STATEMENT: Judges of District Courts. STATEMENT of the votes cast at the general election held on the 6th day of November, A. D. 1804. In the various counties of the Elev enth, Twenty-second, Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Judicial districts of the state of Kansas, as canvassed by the State Board of Canvassers at their annual session, begun on the 26t& day of November, A. D. 1894, and con cluded on the llth day of December, A. D. 1284. STATEMENT: ELEVENTH DISTRICT. Counties. Cherokee Labette Montgomery. Totals ' 5-6MI 1,66...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

11 John T. Flynn G. B. Easterwood. . m 753 NINETEENTH DISTRICT. TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. THIRTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT. TENTH DISTRICT. TOia ADVOOATI3J. Names of Persons Voted for. J.ILCnbbison J. A. Hale J E. B. Hollis CH.8t.John ELEVENTH DISTRICT. Names of Pertoni Voted for. D. 8. Haines 1 George Horn 8. 8. Chandler J C. W. Brewer TWELFTH DISTRICTS Namea of Persons Voted for. Nathan Zimmerman 106 J.R. Secrest James Lesuenr Wj M.B. Brsklne 7a THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. o o 0 0 M E.F. Caldwell J5 Bamail A. Rlggs. Kathan H. Henahaw " FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. Charles H Tucker Henry M. Greene Charles Brooks 1,470 893 69 FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. JohnT. Baker. Wm. A. Deford Wm. E. Klbbe.. CO Wright... 3,155 434 1,862 214 8IXTEENTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. Frank Pyle J. B. Remington. J. P. Ranney 673 2.006 1,585 SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. J.M.SriirM.. J. R. Clark.... W. 8. KTerett. B.C.Hoyt.....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

12 CONCERNING KANSAS. NOTES. John J. Ingalla has gone to fill a list of lecture datea among the hills of Fenn jlvania. Aa he went across Missouri on hia way east, all that cauld be seen of him was a streak of gray. The country waits with bated breath to eee Dawes, the jtckleg attorney gen eral eleot, commence to put Dr. Pilcher behind the bora. If Diwes don't set into the pen first he may causa Pilcher ome trouble. The Santa Fe offioiala have'conoluded to pay their txe in Kansa, amounting to about (800,000. Thia ia $200 000 more than they paid under republioan aa cessment, but since they have their own people in office again they can soon get their money back.. Same Ft. Soott correspondent tella th moat astonishing t&!a about all the leading citizens of Bronson, Bourbon county, being takn in on a raeat risht swindle to the tune of 125000. Tin patent waa a washing compound, and the three sharps who worked the game were from Arkansas. The newest republican slate baa in scribed thf...

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