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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

1HEI ADVOOATE. First Published December 13, 1894. Governor's Proclamation. $300 Reward. State of Kansas,) Executive Department. Topeka, Kansas, December 8, 1894 ) Whereas. On the night of the 20th of Octo ber, 1MH, Frank Smoftord was murdered In the city of Ft. Scott. Bourbon county. Kansas, and the party or parties who committed this crime are unknown and have "so far eluded arrest by the officers, and escaped Justice. Now, therefore. I. L. D Lewelling, irovernor of the state of Kansas, de hereby offer a re ward of X) for the arrest and conviction of the party or parties guilty of the murder of said Frank Smofford. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto sub scribed my name and caused to be affixed the great seal of the state. siAt Done at the city of Topeka, on the day, month and year, first above written. i By the Governor: L. D. Lkwelung, S. S. Osborn, Governor. Secretary of State. By D. C ZtRCHER, Assistant Secretary of State. F'.rst Published December 12, 1894. Governor's Procla...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

ASTTOOJ&.TXZI, OFFICIAL ELECTOH RE1UBBS. Continued from page 11. FIFTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. 8IXTY-FOTJRTH DISTRICT. SEVENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. Names of Persons Voted foe FORT5T-8IXTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. Henry Berg. Jos. Moore. . Names of Persons Voted for. R. H. Chancier. 763 279 702 1 1.804 1389 M.J. Albright.... 1,020 1,026 134 36 u Cochran.. . x. canucn. . . . W. W. Robbing. P.fi. McCabe.. SIXTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. H. E. Went worth. Scattering FIFTY-SIXTH DISTRICT. SEVENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 0.0. Cornell. JotTreu 1,417 1,275 TORTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. J.W.Lyons fJ J.E. Lambert.. l R.B.8hepherd D.S. Morrison 108 FORTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. Charles Moss A.8.Lowry WW J.M.81laher ; M. A. Reeves 2 FORTY-NINTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. W rimrnmh 1.891 O.M. Munger te w tkp.ii 884 FIFTIETH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. P.P. Fletcher W. M. Crooks D. M. Barkley FIFTY-FIRST DISTRICT, 1J76...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

ADVOCATE. 10 EIGHTY-SECOND DISTRICT. NINETY-FIRST DISTRICT. ONE HUNDREDTH" DISTRICT. ONE HUNDRED AND NINTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. Names of Persons Voted for. Names of Persons Voted for. Names of Persons Voted for. Wm.B. Sutton. E. D. Garham... D. M. Rothweiler. S. I Hale 51 520 A. n. Blair t-; 275 F. C. Weber Frank H Smith. juaiiua jiusgrave EIGHTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 550 NINETY-SECOND DISTRICT. ONE HUNDRED AND FIRST DISTRICT. ONE HUNDRED AND TENTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. John J. Lambert Danlol B. Day Thomas McMIchacl. 1,071 013 13 EIGHTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. Geo.H.Mcinnie 1,500 FredP Nash 1J&-2 John 8. Rogere 289 EIGHTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. B.F. Hilton E.O. Hen-haw... Judson Linden.. W. P. Obnan 1,300 1,200 73 52 EIGHTY-SIXTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. GeaS.-Tlott 2.013 Thomas 8huler 1,09 J. W. Johnson 157 JP..H. Dillon 81 EIGHTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT. B Names of Persons Voted for. W '. H. Ing' 1.77(5...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 19 December 1894

22 ZD ADVOOATD, Clover, Cluo Crass, Tim othy, EUillJot, Cans & On ion ot3. BaloTle3,Plan et, Jr. & Garden Tools. Catalosuo Free. (wiTRUSBDLL SEED CO. V 1428 St. Lonla Ave., MSJIS CITY, HlSSOUHIa tSTWAJITID LILLET X CANE 1 1 totfiin m m I4C0-2 Valoa Avenue, KANSAS CITY, MO. A:,:. i..,.....,.1.:: :.. . :. 1 Continued from last page. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTEENTH DI3-TKICT. Names of Persons Voted for. Alfred Pratt 109 Thompson Overton 168 OND HUNDRED AND NINETEENTH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. W.N.Wilson 117 A.B. Keeves 02 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTIETH DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. Frank Byers 01 8. M. Alexander 72 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. A. P. Hemlnger J. G. Michaels.. 108 03 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. Names of Persons Voted for. D. W. Barton 128 G. W. Hollenbeak P. R. Davis CO ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. "7 " g Names of Persons Voted for. R.M. Painter 219 8. M. Batts ONE ' HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOURTn D...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

1 fp' n VOL.TI, NO. 5. 1.00 A YEAR. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 26, 1894. OFFICIAL STATE PAPE1 PUBLIC SPIRITED THIEVES STILL PLOTTIKG AGAIKST THE GOVERNMENT. Hand in Hand With Traitorous Officials, the Gold Gamblers Continue Their Outrageous Eobbery. New Yobk, Deo. 22 Another issue of gold bonds is boned to come soon. Gradually tha "public spirited" finan ciers who subscribed to the laat issue cf government bonds are recouping them selves by drawir g the gold paid therefor out of the sub treasury. Nearly 25 mil lion dollars of the gold paid for the bonds baa been withdrawn already and either stored .in the vaults cf; the local banLa orih!su to Luicpe. , The pa triots are now asking for more, like Oli ver Twist. There are certain unmistakable eigne of a bond movement, which are just now manifesting themselves, and it is altogether likely that a series of inter views will be forthcoming before long in which the necessity of another .issue of government securities will be ex ploited learn...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

TSIH ADVOOATB. A PAIE OF CRAMS. By II. M. GREENE. CHAPTER XIV.-Continued. TIIE BATTLE AGAINST WHITE SAV AGES. Upon all matters relating to her cap ture, treatment by the savages, and es cape, she was as persistently mute as the dead.. During such questionings, however, it was noticed that she would occasionally laugh, if a low note of something about equally compounded of sad and gleeful sounds, should be given such a name. Upon two subjects the old woman displayed a commend able degree of feeling. She often worried over the absence of Habakkuk, and was frequent in her visits to the little grave, upon which she would daily deposit some tribute of flower or rude doll or other toy of her own con struction or purchase. She came at length to believe that she met little Nettie in person there, and often brought back to her mother messages from her precious dead, who was very much alive to the bewildered intellect of poor Deborah. So, little by little, the poignancy of grief wore away, an...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

ADVOOATH3. 3 UI know that about election time slick office-hunters will come around and try to persuade you that they are the very fellows to get for you all you want if you will only elect them to office. It is time to rely upon some thing more reliable than party plat forms or politician's pledges. They are made but to be broken. Against every elected candidate might lie rightly an action for breach of prom isa. Lying in politics is a trade, and the most expert win all the honors of the game. "Now, I want to say something that I ask you, everyone of you, to remem ber. You will find it to be as true as gospel, and it will need no revised ver Bion to render it stronger or truer, either. It is this: No party when old and powerful ever originated or fa vored reforms. Every party is builded upon reforms in existing conditions or management, but after becoming itself the manager of the government the same party forgets its origin and sets itself against every change. Look at the history...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

AIID TOPEKA TEIBUNE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. N. TZ. P. -A.. Pcblishid Every Wednesday by THE 1D70CATE PUBLISHING CO.. Room 43 and 45 Columbian B'ldg, TOPIKA, - - - KANSAS. $1.00 PER YE All. ADVERTISING RATES. Single Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents per agate line, (14 -lines to Inch). Reading notices, 30 cents per line, (count line) Copy or electro should reach this ofllce Mon day morning to Insure insertion In following la?ue. Electros must have metal base, 13-em columns ( inches). ( Ind'pt Kural Press Asso'n, CHICAGO OFFICE t. W. Van Vlt, fil'gr, ( Boyce Jblu g. Entered at the potofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1894. jJONl LABE A Chbistmas story by Gideon Line, D. D is one of the features ol this number. ' Poor, old Carlisle! Why don't ha resign his secret aryhip, in which he has been such a dismal failnrt, and take an agenoy to sell his wife's re cipt for making mince pies? Figuratively speaking, about 9,000 Kansas republicans have their...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

.5 SOMETHING F02 MERCHANTS TO THINS ABOUT. Mr. Wayland has an editorial in the Coming Nation, of December 8, which every retail merchant in the country should read. The squeezing process by which men are deprived of the ordi nary opportunities of life and trans formed into mendicants and tramps naturally first takes effect at the bot tom. The fii st to feel it are those who have only their hands to depend upon. Next are those of small means and slightly better circumstances. They are able to endure a little longer than those who have nothing. As the squeezing continues, one stratum after another, in the ascending scale of ac cumulated property falls under the ad vance of the prevailing system. The retail merchant is evidently to be the next to go. The small banker will fol low. Centralization is the order of the day. These merchants and bankers are horified at the centralization involved in the scheme of the socialist by which production and distribution would be conducted in the in...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

15 THfl SINGLE TAX. NO. V. Friend Wakefield: In my last article I presented two propositions which, aside from all other consid erations, if sustained, are alone fatal to your theory that the single-tax is a proper and efficient cure for land monopoly. They are ua follows: (1) That the single-tax, like all other taxes, would be shiftable from landlord to tenant as long aa land lords and tenants exist. (2) That the only way in which the landlord can be affected by the single-tax is through the tenant. That taxes must be raised to absorb the entire proceeds of the land or possible profits of bnsiness conducted upon the city lot, leaving nothing to the tenant, and thereby compelling him to abandon the land or lot as the case may be, before the landlord can be compelled to pay the tax from hi3 reserve capital, aad thus force him to forfeit his holding. The pro posed remedy for a great evil there fore involves a greater evil, viz., in creased hardship and starvation to the tenant and his...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

TSlII ADVOOAT13. 7 HOMk tba faot that tha land monopolist' power to oppress lies entirely in the privilege of ex cluding others from tha use of land until they agree to hia terms, and that this privi lege is entirely destroyed by charging him the same rent for holding land idle that others are oharged for improving and us ing it. I have not overlooked this assump tion, but I have already answered it by showing that, considering our vast tenant population, the vacant land does not exist to accommodate any perceptible portion of that popu lation, if every foot of it were set free. If you assume that it do9s, I will ask you to tell me where we are to find the requisite farming land that is now unoccupied either by resident owners or by tenants. I will ask you to tell me also where the va cant lots are to be found in New York, Chicago or any of our large cities where even the business :nen who are now renters could find ac commodation, not to meution the ten ants of what are called city...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

0 TZ-IEJ ADVOOATH. CONCERNING KANSAS. A BAILBOAD N0T23. The Sunflower, published at Williams burg, ia an illustrated Populist monthly. The Daily Kanaan ia s new advocate of liquor resubmission, published in To peka. What was the matter with the Daily Democrat? Preparations are being msde is To peka for a grand reception and ball in connection with the other inaugural cere monies next month. On with the dance. The Topeka "Associated Charities" has a black list of professional beggars, who are turned away empty handed. The revenue collector ought to get after these "professionals" and see it he can't collect income tax from them. Some papers are advocating a change in the election laws so as to hasten the counting of votes and gathering of re . turns after an election. When the voters fall down as they did this year, the grief accumulates quite fast enough after the election. Railroad men say that a great deal of walnut timber ia being shipped from Kansas to Europe to be used for vene...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

'(pi.fr (?mUL) TI-I33 ADVOOATS, 0 nHRISTMASSTORY. VMJBT GIDS0N LAINE D D The day before Ciristmaa a few years ago, a group of prosperous oattla dealers stood in front of the LiDdell hotel in St. Louis. They were used to outdoor life and seemed not to be aware that it was a bitterly cold day, so cold that but few people were upon the streets who were not compelled to be there. Conspicuous among the group was a broad-ahoul dared, powerful man. over six feet in stature, who would have been oonspio nous anywhere. His wide-brimmed, elouoh hat gave emphasis to a strong resolute, manly face which was no false pretense, for the man behind it was ready at any moment when the ocoa sion seemed to require it to draw his brace of ivory-handled pistols and settle a controversy in true Southern style. This man was "Shanghai" Patterson, a wealthy cattle raiser who owned a large cattle ranch in Texas upon which he lived. But resolute courage was only one aide of "Shanghai's" character. In the presen...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

10 THE ADVOCATE. THE 8IVGLE-TAX. In Able Champion Present! HU Side of the Case. BY W. H T. WAKEFIELD. Tour denial that I have demonstrated that the single-tax cannot be shifted by landlords to tenants surprises .me, in via of what I wrote on the subject, to which you made co reply or objection in your succeeding article. My position is: That land, being a fixed quantity, the supply cannot be diminished to raise the price to include the tax, which is the only method by which taxes on any pro duct of labor ever have been or ever can be collected, regardles of how the tax is levied. To raise prices without dimin ishiog the supply relative to the demand is impossible, but the necessarily in creased price of any product of labor upon which a new or a higher tax has been levied of itself limits demand, hence the supply, as when the tax on glass in Eagland .reduced the number of glass windows in the kingdom by one half. Land, being fixed in quantity, causes a new or increased tax upon it t...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

THE ADVOCATE. 11 is principally spurious or fictitious and would ba wiped out by the eingla-tax) but in addition to tha real capital now existing, emancipated labor would create new capital five or ten times as rapidly as now, and labor would own it and use it in co-operative enterprises, and trusts, with water wrung from their stocks, would have no power to oppress. Even on the alleged Rockefeller Roths child oil combine you have tha hot end of the poker. What they combined on was the division of tha Russian oil lands, because each could work an exclusively-owned territory cheaper Ithan small or isolated tracts. Rothschild is protected by the German tariff against Rockefeller's American oil, and their only pool is on oil lands to shut out free competition. England produces neither petroleum nor sugar, while Germany and America each produce both, yet both oil and sugar are much cheaper in free-trade England than in either pro tected America or Germany. You say: "The tendency of tha ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

13 gaianii pattxsson's cheiskias STORY. Continued from page 8. Tha doctor approached and made a rapid bat very certain diagnosis. Ha rose and looked at "Shanghai." "Write out your prescription, and 111 run down somewhere and get it filled right c ff," eaid tha Texan. "I thick we have bare all tha patient made, if we had eorae faoilitiaa for pre paring it," eaid tha medical man. 44 What ia it doctor? What ia It yon want to mix apt Maybe we can find some way to fix it." "Something to tail She la simply starving to death, and ia very near through with it, too,' whispered the dootor. "She ought to have a stimu lanta little wine before she ia al lowed to attempt eating, bat you may have to go some distanc from here to get any that ia not poison." "Would some first rate whisky do in a pled ? I've got that right here in my clothes." "Yee, that will answer." Not being able to fiod suoh a super fluity aa a spoon, a teacup, or a glass, the dootor held up the starving woman' head and had her d...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

IS middle men in the persons of bankers. Lst congress throw all the plana to tha winda and go forward on the lines of our constitution. The country needs relief. There are 10 million and more of redemp tion agencies ready to redeem all thatthey can get a chance by the use of their strong arma and aotive brains, and when our law-making body does this, they will see how qiickly the wheels of indus try will move, and the tramp will disap pear. F. 0. Johnson. Phillipabu'jr, Ks. Allian e Meeting The executive committee cf the Farm era' Alliance and Industrial union have arranged for the following meetings: J. P. Willits, president Djnglasa county, January 7 to 12, inclusive; Franklin county, January H to 19, in clusive; Cffay county, January 21 to 26, inclusive. J. G. Otif, state lecturer Clay county, January 2 to 5, inclusive; Dick inson county, January 7 to 12, inclusive; Saline county, January H to 18, inolu siv. C. W. Amep, assistant lecturer Mitchell county, January 2 to 5, inclu si...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

- .J 14 WOMAN AND HOME. AMERICAN WOMEN AS SEEN THROUGH AN ENGLISHMAN'S EYES. Woman's Work and Wages Advanced Womanhood Strength of Character. Mothers and Daughters As to Enter taining English Girls and Matrimony. Tho most remarkable thing to my miud about tho American woman is that it is impoHsiblo to bo indifferent either to hor or about her, whether you consider her en masso or individually. She has a poten cy, a personality, that la in itself a chal lenge not to be ignored. This, in fact, la the real fundamental difference botween our transatlantic sisters and the women of our own land. Let us leave the indi vidual, who really counts for nothing on ourown judgmentof national characteris tics, alone for a moment and see how the averages affect us. Tako the English wo man in the lump, not tho new woman or ven tho metropolitan woman exclusively, but just tho ordinary British type, who is neither in tho advanco guard of modern civilization nor absolutely petrified in the old inertia....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

TSaEl ADVOCATE, OFFICIAL ELECT 01 RETURNS. the First, Second, Third. Fourth. Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Congressional districts of the state of Kansas for representatives in congress for said districts as canvassed by the State Board of Canvassers at their annual session begun on the 2tHh day of November, A. D. 1804, ana concluded on the 11th day of December, A, D- ISM. 8IXTII DISTRICT. Si". AMENDMENT. Judges of District Courts. Counties. STATEMENT: CJTATEMENT of the votes cast at the general election held on the Cth day of November, A. D. 1894. in the various counties of the Elev enth, Twenty-second, Twenty-third and Twenty fourth Judicial districts of the state of Kausas, as canvassed by the State Board of Canvassers at their amual session, begun on the 26tu day of November. A. D. 1694, and con cluded on the 11th day of December, A. D. 1894. STATEMENT: ELEVENTH DISTRICT. Counties. Cherokee Labette , Montgomery., Totals i.r.o:-ij 3-273 iJ.:-,-.S 2.071 1,G:1T 2,17 5.056! 8.4:U TWENTY-...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 December 1894

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