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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1895

1834. 9 Tlie Advooata Horticulture and Forestry Fitzger ald, Blair, Murphy, Stookebrand, Miller of Geary, Matt and Winters. Private Corporation Bander, Mor row, Powers, Sherman, Tucker, Mott and Nighswonger. Supervision of Journal Hanna,Baker, Butler, DaWitt, Diz, Conger and Hiltcn. Pablio Lands MoKnight, Johnson of Nemaha, Hill, Heminger, Wilson of Stanton, Lambert of Lincoln and Metz ler. Federal Relations Lough, BenefieJ, Satterthwaite, Clayoomb, Allen, Lawis and Street County Seats and County Lines Lambert of Lyon, Cornell, Bradley, Murphy, Satterthwaite, Brown of Craw ford, Glenn, Ingle and Hart. Political Rights of Women Snipe, Remington, Stromquist, Siookebrand, Shouae, I ogle and Wright. Cities of the Second Class Hopkins Caldwell, Frazer, Meridith, Andrews, Smith of Sherman and Newman. Immigration Andrews, Wilson of Stanton, Pratt, Haines, Powers, Sohlyer and Sprague, Municipal Indebtedness Eckstein, Buoklin, Tucker, Fitzgerald, Veale, Tiueblood and Pancake. Manufactures Wh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1895

10 Til .civooate. jis. to 7 bit Doctrines ShmM Be dvocated by the People'! Party. BY B. B HELLE3. no. v. Whether the demand for the govern- neat ownership of what are commonly cpaisn of aa "publics utilities" ia neces sarily socialistic m ita nature and re ftTilta may be a matter subject to debet; but leaving out of consideration this de lasnd, our party platforms have never aa yet pronounced ia favor of socialism. "While thia ia true, ard while I think it safe to eay that probably 89 per cent, cf tha party in Kansas at least are not bo cialife, that is, are not avowedly such, yet Populietlo literature teems with so cialistic doctrine. Waile I know of only one party speaker who has had the cour age to proclaim it from tha roatrum Jar'ge Dter the great msjirity of our party leader?, those who sit in our conventions and mould party sentiment, unhesitatingly avow in private conversa tion (heir full belief that there is no ether remedy. Therefore, whether we lllta it or not, socialism c...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1895

ten. 11 Til Aclvooata Ho. 98, to obiss the botmdiriia of Wellington. Spieknall. No. 97, regulating the juriadiotlon sod procedure before justices of tha peace. Spicknali. Nj. 93. providing for tha enrollment of billa Billinger. No. 100, to establish atd permanently locate a State Njrmal school at. Great Bnd. Cole. No. 101, to reffulata tha hiring of school teaohers. Faok. No. 102, to regulate tha salaries of the county ofihsra of Kansas Strom quiat. Nj. 103, to encourage theplanting and culture of forest and fruit trees. Fitz gerald. No. 104, relating to tha killing of stock by railroida Stocksbrand. Nj. 105, relating to the St at a Soldiers' home. Fitzgerald. No. 106, relating to tha election of offi cers of cities of the firat class. Rjhr baugb. No. 107, relating to attachments and amendatory of N j. 875 of the general statutes of 1889 Rihrbaugh. Nj. 103, fixing the duties and liabili ties of railroad corporations in the matter cf the accumulation of aurfaoa water. C,x. Nj. 109, r...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1895

12 THo Advooata MN. 89 ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. DIRECTORY. President J, F. Willits, McLouth Vice President Mrs. Emma Troudner, Carhondale Secretary J. B. Frencto, Topeka Lecturer Hon. J. . Otis, Topeka Assistant Lecturer U. W. Ames, Osborne Department Wovlt Board of Manners. Agriculture A. F. Allen, Vinland Horticlture J H. Darscti, (iarnett Floriculture W. II. (.'oultKTevls Bee-keeping... Mrs. 'Thos. Strawbrldge, Ottawa Domestic Economy Mrs. Lvdla E. Furbeck, Topeka Dairyinff Mrs. Dina A. Oils, Topeka Entertainments and Exhibits Mrs, Kimna Troudner, Carbondale Improved Farm Machinery J. F. Maxey, Ottawa Political Economy and Parliamentary Laws J. P. Stevens, WelUville Co operate Commerco and Finance Robert Hanson, Concordia Fire Insurance II Hmintaman, Uurrton Life Insurance S.I) Uooley. Topeka General Cultuie... Mrs. E. M. Wardall, Topeka Alliance Department Work. A need of systematic work in the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union has long been recognized by all thoughtful members...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1895

THe .Axivooate. 13 tm. A FAIR DECISION. The Public Has Eights Which Corporations Must Respect. On January 21 Jastice Gay nor, of the New York euprtma court, handed down hia decision on the application of Joseph Loader for a mandamus to compel the Brooklyn Heights railroad to operate ita cars in sufficient numbers to accommo date the public The decision is as fol lows: "It is my duty to declare the law in this caae. This railroad corporation is Lot in the pcsition. of a mere private in dividual or company carrying on busi ness for private gain wnich may suspend business temporarily or permanently at pleasure. On the contrary it has a dual relation; a public relation to the people of the state and a private one to its stockholders. "It must not beforgotton here, though it may seem to be growing, not wholly forgotten elsewhere that in its chief as pect it is a public corporation having duties to perform to the public which tracscend any obligation which in its private aspect it owes -t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1895

Tlie Advocate. JAN. SO. Proposed Legislation. Continued from page It. No. 1C7, (rivirg dietrict courts probata jurisdiction. Parker. N ICS, to prevent the obstruction of highways Parker. " N If 9. repealiig 4098 of etatutea of 1889 Pfker. Ni. 110, to V8cafe the towcsita of O'a' he Junction. Piker. No. Ill, providiig forthe onttirg of hdgee ftlcrg the higbwuje, scd pnmd irjr penalties for violation of tbia. Parker. N 112, authcrizitg fxecutora ard idtricfe'ia'crB to rent real estate of de ceased. Pa' ker. No. 113, authrr'zirg holders of tax tills to Uke certain action. Parker. No 114, to prov d for the destruction cf rtiio s weeds. Smith. Nj. 115, providing for the Improve nsent of publio highways. Thacber. No. 116, relating to kindergartens in the atata cf Kaneas. Sterne. No. 117, lupplementary to act provid ixg for asteements in taking for public use orchaigirg of grade of streets or alleys in chiea of the ft st claes, givioff cities power to ieaue bonds for the pur pea. Taylor. No...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1895

16 to ots-tc- tCti 2 1 a THE VERY BEST THING "WE HAVE TO OFFER. After having: made some decided improvements in onr Standard Family Sewing: Machine, we are still ahle to sell it at $20., including: a year's subscription to the Advocate. I.; Tlie Advooate. Y pGOOOfrVI I U 11 W i BROTH W( I A DINNER )fc0?l VERY ONE can afford to use dam I Bouillon for Lunch. Dinner and : Tea at 20 cents a quart. Enough for a whole family. Prepared in five 8 minutes from a bottle of BOUILLON Quality improved, price reduced. ' larger Domes, aii urocers sell u. 1 E, S. BURNHAM CO.. no Gaiucvoot St, W.Y, ,' - -bottle, 10 oenU make a ptat. It wM Wra. K. R. Parker, IV. anther af tbla book, fa a m1l.hmi aaatrikata te U a" ar i e Jturnai and other hoowhultl r'i' "ar ""' rereatlr beta carrfullv re.laad. aataina Msrli JOO pag-aa wilk lata Dinlitr of llluelratioae, aad la alea7ally Bound la Wilt with a chromo lithographed aorar la aeeea coin. It rerlpee, of which tiiere ara Kraal nuin bare ..a all kraachea af co...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 30 January 1895

Tlie ' JLdLTro o at. Clover, Blue Crass, Tim othy, Ml! lot, Can & On ion sets. BaleTies.Plan ot, Jr. & Garden Tools. 1395 Catalogue Free. TfiODLL SEED GO. 1428 St. Loula Ave., KAHSAS CITY, HISSOUM. Tj, a r " f , k-J fca...... J my Xfcij 1400-2 Union Avenue, j W4ia& rzrrr-'':--T:r---Ti KANSAS CITY. MO. 1G jj3 13 P OLAND CHINA PIGS AND SHORTHORNS bred by J. II. tayloe, reari, Kansas. FOK ALL. $"5 month aalary and x- paid. If yo'i '' empioym.ni wrtie once to P. O. VICkEBT, auiaata,Malne SWEET POTATOES Sent out to be sprouted on 8hare3. No experience reqnlred. Direc tions (or Bprouting free. T. J. SKINNER, Columbus, Kas. Wiinn writmir advertisers mention Advocate OKLAHOMA M?...? INDIAN TERRITORY. Constitute the future Great Agricultural State and Vlneland of America. The last chance for tree homes for the fanner. For reliable in formation concerning this favored region, sub scribe for the only farm Journal published there, the HOME, field and jfwuai.as x teen naee Monthly, p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

1 i '1 TOT.. VII. NO. 6. $1.00 A YKAB. TOPEKA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 6, 1895. JUL STATE PAPEB. 0. MISTER BULL! YOU ADMIT WHAT YOTJK HEW YOBI PEIEND3 DENY. When You Say the Demonetization of Gold Would Eenefit West and South. London, Feb. 2. The London Statist, the leading financial paper of the king dom, in ita editorial to-day, made state ments that are remarkable (or admitting the troth of argument used by the free eikar advocates of the United States. It saye: "President Cleveland's message ap pears to be wise and statesmanlike. As the lav stands it is quite clear that a large sum should not be borrowed in Europe as there ia doubt respecting the president's ability to contract to pay gold. This would be fatal to any pro jected loan. Money can always be had at pricep, but the government of the United States canned act as if it were bankrupt. Its credit would stand as high as any country in the world, if congress would only do ita duty. If the present congress does not act it is feared ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

I'JTB. I TIME-HONOBKD DEH1ND3. let Us All Oft Iiik. ib- Penitentiary atd Find Emi lament BY O. C. CLEMENS The legislature being now in session, that strangely constructed thinking aparatus known as "organized labor" has, of course, got its perennial bill in troduceda bill to prevent convict or public industry from competing with private industry. I used to believe in this ancient bill, but considerable ob servation and reflection have induced rae to be grateful that it has never been passed. I am especially anxious that Populists, at least, shall refuse to vote for it now. As this view runs counter to that of most reformers, it cannot hope for converts save by convincing their reason, a decided advantage of the new view over the old. Old views demand submission; new views must win it. And while it will, I know, to politicians, seem a very rash thing to say, I claim just as much right to ques tion the soundness of organized labor's demands as to question the demands of any other asso...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

Tlie A,d.vooato. 133. Either this, or else do as I hare sug gested: Institute a public community of the "unemployed" in each county or district. But let organized labor quit its penny-worth "demands" which regard the wage-system as from ever lasting to everlasting, when those who labor, or must labor or starve, can, if they will desert their absurd leaders put an end in two short years to the infernal system itself and to the pov erty of which it is the inevitable cause. For the reasons suggested, I am op posed to any law restricting com peti tion by the products of convict or pub lie labor. I wish to see that com peti tion extended until public industry bhall have not a single competitor able to carry on business. Then there will be no unemployed, no poverty. This proposition is no jest. Let it receive consideration and its possibilities will be seen to be great. Two Imp r'ant Documents. Editor Advocate: Here are two important documents that ought to be laid before your readers, as...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

A TOie Advooata FIB. 6 AND TOPEKA TRIBUNE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. IT. R. P. A. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BT THE 1DV0CATE FDBLISHING CO.. Rooms 13 and 45 Columbian B'ldg, TOPiKA, - KANSAS. vena west of St. Louis, and it affords an opportunity to attend to editors end managers of Western papers that may not occur again for some time. A call has also been issued for a meeting of the Kansas Reform Press association at the same time and place. This has been suggested by several members in order to save the expense of another meeting. Kansas editors especially should go prepared to stay until the business of both associations v completed. $1.00 PER YEAR, ADVERTISING KATES. Single Incertlon: Display matter, 15 cents per Kate line, (14 lines to Inch). Reading notices, su cents yet nne, icouiu iidbm. Cojy or electro Bhould reach this office Mon day morning to Insure Insertion in following iacue. Electros must hare metal base,13-em columns (2a Inches). ( Ind'pt Sural Press Asso n, CHICAGO OFFI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

1S33 5 rpiie Advooata household saying. While the inside should hold fast all committed to it, there should be an avoidance of what may be called the ball and chain order of archi tecture in externals. Over the entrance of the famous prison Nawgate, is an arrange meet of shackles,' blackened by London smoke, which locks to have been borrowed from the gate of Hades; there should be none of this about the new Kansas City workhouse. That structure should delljht the eye of the outside behrtdr and cauxe a flutter of pri ie in the heart of every inte'liQent and appre ciative citizen. Kansas City Star, Febru ary 1. Th&t is to say, the outside of the new workhouse should be so con structed as to convey no idea of what is going on inside. There is no ob jection to the shackles or the ball-and-chain on the inside provided there is nothing on the oufside to of fend the eje of the "virtuous and self-respecting public" In short, it should be made a whited sepulchre externally, whose inside ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

0 T2I D2PASTXXNT 81023. Merchants in the principal cities of tli9 country are now engaged in a war npon thereat department stores which are being everywhere estab lished and which include in their saveral departments every line of goods embraced in the entire retail trade. Newspapers report great meetings of retail merchants at which resolutions are adopted condemning the methods of the department es tablishments, and committees are ap pointed to devise ways and means to prevent their increase and to conn toractthe power of those already establised. This war is now on in the city of Chicago, and the 'evils of these colossal institutions are cow being exhibited to the public. While we recognize fully all the OTils pertain;ng to these establish ments, it is our jadgment that this warfare npon them will be a fruit less one. The department store is surely coming in every city and every town of consequence any in the country. It is in entire harmony with our general system of centrali za...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

distillers and wholesale dealers wars greail j embarrassed, their product beta? permitted by law to remain in bond only three yean. Cor Kress, in order to relieve their distress t and remedy the difficulty, enaoted a law, permitting the exportation of whiskies to foreign lands, to remain there as long as desired by the owners, then to be re im ported to this country subject to the same taxation as if they had remained at home and been taken out of bond at the end of three years. There whickieahaTe made two sea voyages and are greatly benefited by them. We recommend them to the trade as strictly purv well matured and desirable for medical purposes. A. H. Dreyfus & Co., wholesale liquor dealers. It may occur to the farmer who is stiff er id g from an overproduction of farm products, that a warehouse for their storage until the market de mands them, and the issue of ware house certificates to them similar to the certificates issued to the whisky dealers which serve as collateral up...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

F23. 6 CONCERNING KANSAS. NOTES. Mrs. AlthaaBriggsSfcryker had an im mense audience Monday night at her 1 ecture on "Modern Pharisees, or Church ianity vs. Christianity," delivered at Hamilton hall, Topeka. A relief committee to look after re-1 calving and distributing supplies to western sufferers, has been appointed by the governor. It is composed of 8. T. Howe, T. F. Doran and John MoDonald, all of Topeka. J. M. Wilkeraon, who while sheriff, vio lated hij oath and assisted the -Douglass house in its lawlessness1, has baen appointed chief of police of Topeka, by the new police board, Bonebrake, McCabe and Holiday. The board of pardons, whose members . gave their resignations to Governor Mor rill, had mads a good record during their term. They had investigated every case that was referred to them, and reported it to the governor, leaving the oflbein better shape than it had been in einoe it w&9 created. If anyone thinks there are no people in Kansas suffariog from hunger he sho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

"mo J!Ld.vooato. or thrives on usury would oppose the law in all ways possible. Thay al ways have, thay always will, persistently fight any measure that does not assure them the lion's share. This class mnat be eliminated from our economic ay stem before we can breathe freely, assured that there is not a band of conspirators plotting day and night for the impover ishment of the masses and the deliver ance of our children into slavery Shy lock or the people will rule. Simply paying out greenbacks will not remedy the evil The people must use banks. In the natural ooursa of businaes this money, however plentiful, goes into the backs and is used by the bankers. It givs3 them prestige and power to an ex tent dangerous to our liberties. This will prove true, though in a lower de gree, if we have (50 per capita in cir culation. We must rid ourselves of this danger ous olass by making their interests the same as that of the masses. We must remove the temptations to work for con traction of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

10 Proposed Legislation. (Continued from last week) iroUowicz is a par ial hit of the bills in Irodafrad in the elate legislature this sss I'ca. Publication of the list will be oon- HOU3I BILLS. No. 1G6, to regulate tha election of r ' :;ra cf cities of tha second class. No. 167, providing: for extermination of Russian thiatK Icgl& Na 163, vaoaticg the townaite of Tyler, Ecsglsss county. Tucker. No. 189, to provide seed grain and tcsd potatoes to needy Kanau farmers. -Hart No. 170, to vacate Orchard Grove addi tion to Wichita. Niehswonger. No. 171, relation to criminal proced ure. Bhouse. No. 172, relating to county commis eloaora. Ballinger. No. 173, to provide for refunding in chbtodneas incurred by citiea of the first d::3 for Internal improvements. Eok &i:!a. No. 174, prescribing penalties for the cccaiptance of bribes. Eokatein. No. 175, to protect hotel and boarding home keepers. Ejksteia. Ei. 176, to vacate the townaite of Chico, 8line county Moora. No. 177, vacating ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

11 Boas Plata Ta'k About Conffrac la Oca eral and the Lait One In Particular. Ia response to my article in the World of December 12, 1 received letters from saveral different states in the Union. All the writers feared the reanlts of the then epproachicz 8t. Loaia conference; feared an effort would be made to sidetrack the party on the silver 16 to 1 iesus. We are safely paat the peril without dis grace, but it is due the people to know the inside of the matter. It is clear the conference was called in pursuance of plans laid at the "silver conference" at St. Inuia about one month before. Ni one acknowledged the responsibility of having called the conference, but the na tional chairman. He declared himself excfSoio chairman of the conference. When called to order it was proposed the national committee and the "visiting frienda," as all not members were railed, should go into "executive session" and the reporters be put out. Tnis proposi tion was lost. The next proposition was, the c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 6 February 1895

13 Tlie .civooatcx 573 fl ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. DIB2CT0&Y. Proaldent J. P. Wllllts, McLouth Vice President Mrs. Emm Troudner. Carbondale Secretary J. B. French, Topeka Lecturer Hon. J. O. Otis, Topelta Assistant Lecturer C. W. Ames, Osborne DEPARTMENT WOBK. BOARD. J. P. Maxey, Chairman Ottawa J. B. French. Secretary Topeka J. P. Stephens Wellsvllle Mrs. Emma Troudner Carbondale Mrs. L. E. Furbeck Topeka Mrs. E. M. Wardall Topeka STATE MANAGERS. Agriculture A. F. Allen, VInland Horticulture J H. Darsch.Uarnett Floriculture VV. H. CoultKTevis Bee-keeping. . .Mrs. Thos. Strawbrldge, Ottawa Domestic Economy Mrs. Lrdla E. Furbeck, Topeka Dairying Mrs. Bina A. Otis, Topeka Entertainments and Exhibits Mrs. Emma Troudner, Carbondale Improved Farm Machinery J. F. Maxey, Ottawa Political Economy and Parliamentary Laws J. P. Stevens, Wellsvllle Co operate Commerce and Finance Kobert Hanen. Concordia Fire Insurance U Bughman, Burrton Life Insurance 8. D. Cooler, Topeka General Cultute... Mrs...

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