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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 13 Ingly demand, collect, or receive a greater compensation for the transportation of any person or property than that fixed by law or by the court, or who snail diucrime cats for or against any shipper or con elgnee In the classification of property, In the charges for transportation, or In any way, shall be deemea guilty of a misde meanor, and punished Dy a line of not more than H.ouO and by imprisonment In the county Jail for not mure than one year;and any person who Bhall violate any provision of this law, or who shall wilfully obstruct the execution of any order or decree of the court, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction pun ished as above provided. Any railroad com pany, which by any of its officers, agents, employees, or otherwise, shall violate any provision of this act or shall neglect or refuse to obey any order or decree of the court for more than ten days after notice thereof, or which shall discriminate in favor of or agains...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

i4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS: JANUARY 4, By MADLE DICGS. i Bine Baby Cam. Slnoa baby came The birdi all sing ft brighter, mrrrler lay. Tbe weary, darksome ahadee have fled away And night has blossomed into porfoot day 81ihm baby came. Bine baby came Tha world Is Joyful and tho honin life sweet, And arery day with brightness in replete, And time speeds by on swift and lightsome foe' Binoe baby came. Since baby came Dark, grim faced sorrow is roplaced by nilrtt At last I realize ltfo's precious worth, And faroff heaven seems very near to forth Binco bnby came. Florence C. Balrd in Ladios' Dome Jouruul Shadows. burnt of golden suntthlna, A whinpering of the loaves, A miwlo ripple on the brook, A Joy, a wondor, in each nook; A sweeping shadow o'er the land, A flashing of the tree tops, A crimsoning of the lake, A peaceful mildness in the air, A thought of hidden mysteries there, A glorious fading of the sun A summer's day is done. . A joy in childhood's playthings, A canting them aside; A f...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 16 FOR Yj' , THE WOMEN K ' OF THE FAMILY I '1 The Motto In a Wedding Ring. A lover gave the wedding ring Into the goldninith'8 hand. "Grave me," be said, "a tender thought Within this golden band." The goldsmith gruved With careful art, "Till death us part." The wedding bells rang gladly out. The husband raid: "Oh, wife, ToRether we will share the grief, The happiness, of life. 1 give to thee My band, my heart, Till death us part." Bo up the hill and down tho hill, Through fifty changing years, They shared each other's happiness, They dried each other'B tears. Alas, alas, That death's cold dart Such love can parti But one Bad day she stood alone Beside his narrow bed. She drew the ring from off her band And to the goldsmith said, "O man who graved With careful art, Till death us part, "Now grave four other words for me, 'Till death us Join. ' " He took The precious golden band once more. With solemn, wistful look, And wrought with care, For love, not coin, "Ti...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AMD HEWS. JANUARY i. Monday's Staslona. The aenate did not convene until after noon. The bill repealing the metropolitan police law waft pawed. It had already passed the house and la practically a law. Several local bills were passed without op position. Benator EJone'B bill providing tor taxation of Missouri river bridge at their real value was passed. It was followed by the passage of Andrews' bill enabling Mis souri river counties to put bridge companies .into the hands of a receiver when they fall to promptly pay their Kansas taxes. , The senate, with King in the chair, took up Weilep's court of commorf pleas bill for Galena. It was taken up and a sub stitute was presented by Ryan which made the bill apply to both Galena and Flttsburg. The plea for the bill was that these cities have such a population as to require more convenient courts. At the evening session of the senate the 1,111 taking the chancellor of th univer sity off the board of regents was defeat ed by ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

' 1 Devoted to me s5r Lreresiy or the HorneT toe 3hop and the SI Eleventh Year, No. 2. OffTICIAI. STATE PAPJU. SI Y&AK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JANUARY 11, 1899. KVERT WEDNESDAY. FKICfi FIVE UJaviH. We Have New State Off icers. At ia Noon flonday, John VV. Leedy Retired As Governor of Kansas and W. E. Stanley Assumed the Trials and Troubles of Office. THE USUAL CEREflONIES. Oratory, music, cannon, a little official swearing and a fearful array of cuts in the next morning's Topeka Capital attest the fact that the Republican State offl cers were duly inaugurated Monday. The inaugural ceremony began at noon. After music by Marshall's band ex-Lieutenant Governor Troutman delivered a brief but very appropriate and, eloquent introduc tory address. This was followed by the prayer by Rev. Linus Blakesley, and tben Governor Leedy introduced Mr, Stanley, who delivered Ifls inaugural ad dress. Chief Justice Doster administered the oath of office making Mr. Stanley Gov ernor. . The other incoming o...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

rm ADVOCATE Al NEWS. JAJJUtfi? 11, It's Their Usual Consistency. nunna uuiuq 11 up.;. denounce the Populisms for not passing railroad legislation, and now denounce 11 Ia 0 They Will Rave. Hutchinson Horald (Reo.). If the Pops pa3 a law abolishing the board of pardons, another reducing freight rates, another making tha board of railroad commlHBioners to w eictea by the people, our fellows will be awful mad. Successful Fusion. Manhalo Advocate (Pod ). Tr will bo noticed that ReDubllcan members of the legislature are working band In hand with the corporation law yers to defeat any legislation caicuiaiea to benefit the people. They never have any trouble In filing. De Good and You Will Be Lonesome. Kureka Union (Pod.). Several exchanges have remarked that If Governor Leedy, and uoyie, ana try ker, and McNall had taken all the boodle they ralgh have had from the Insurance, stock yards, school book and other com bines, they, might have put half of it in to the campaign and secured re-elec...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

SHE ADVOCATE AND NEW8. il I LANDSCAPE GARDENING. An tddreiw before the Kannaa Btat Ilortlcul ( tural Society by Dr. Henry W. Koby. m At the recent meeting of the State Horticultural Society. Dr. II. W. Roby, of Topeka, delivered an eloquent and Instructive address upon the aeetnetic phase of landscape gardening. We have not space to publish th address in run but give the following extracts which show the Doctor's brilliant method of treating this delightful subject: Landscape gardening has two objects, profit and pleasure. Profit in landacap ing relates to the enhancement of land values. A piece of bare native prairie will produce as much wheat and corn or graze as many cattle as It would If it were laid out and planted in the most elaborate and artistic manner known to landscape art, but it would not sell for as much and would be totally undesirable as a place of residence. Its only attrac tlon or value would He In its capacity to produce something the owner could Bell No bird nor ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 11, CONCERNING KANSAS ""'-i'l!ir.ri,l,ili'l''W BY J. W. MORPHY. Having been elected to the office of Sec retary of the Karmna State Senate for the regular term It Is necessary for me to re tire from connection with the Advocate and News for tho present at least. For four years 'I have exerted my efforts In the direction of making the paper a thing of valuo to Its readers and the party which It represents. In doing bo I have been aided materially by tho press of the State and cHpoclally thOBe papers of my political faith. To the latter I have been under continued obligations and to them I shall always bo ready to respond when favors may be reciprocated. In this connection I want to say thnt I havo abundant faith In tho future of tho People's party. I am. not one of those who believe that it Is dead or dying or that It Is going to die. I think that tho good work, which was begun in 1890 and which has been continued as opportunities were afforded since,...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1839. 5 The Bush Corporation i Law. (Continued from page 1.) hand and seal of office, and shall have the same force and effect as a due and sufficient return made by the sheriff on process directed to him. Bald Secre tary of State Bholl keep a suitable record book, In which he sha'.l docket every action commenced against a corporation, the time whea commenced, the date and manner of service; also, the date of the judgment. Its amount and costs, and the date of payment thereof, which shall be certified from time te time by the clerk or the court. There shall be taxed as costs a fee of two and one-half dollars for each case so docketed, which fee shall be col lected as other costs In the case, and for warded by the clerk of the court to the State Treasurer who shall execute his re ceipt therefor In duplicate, one to be mailed to the clerk of the court and the other to be filed with the Secretary of State. Section 5. The charter board shall hold at least one meet...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

' THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 11, :i rraaicai Iran No 1 es From Actual Experience. U "Ajrlculturs Is Ins ffio&t Healthful,, Most Uiaful, and Best Noble Employment ol Man." j j, S I ' George Washington. Uii fermented J rape Juice. Take five' pounds ripe grapes, picked from the stem3 and washed. Put Into a preserving kettle and mash them, but do not break the seed, add a quart of I water and bring to a boil; set aside to cool and strain through a cloth strainer; do not press it hard to get the pulp. Return the juice to the kettle with a pound of granulated sugar, let It come to a boll, then put in hot bottles, cork and seal with wax or put in fruit Jars. Allie L. Nay. Mulberries and Chicken. It has been asserted by parties who profess to speak from personal observa tion and experience that ripe mulberries will kill young chickens, and as a great many farmers have mulberry trees grow ing where the chickens can have access to them, and the mulberries ripen and fall from the trees...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

1850. 7 THE ADVOCATE AND SEWS. HEATING GREENHOUSES. Large Cant Iron Pipes Versus Small Wrought Irosi Ones. The question of large cast iron pipes ersus email wrought iron ones for hot water in a small greenhouse has been atudiod at the Rhode Island Etation and reported upon an follows: The piping con bis ted of (tqtial lengths cf 4 inch cast iron pipe and of inch wrought iron pipe. The large pipes bad therefore 2 2-3 times as ranch radi ating surface as the email ones. The two kinds of pipe were need on alter nate days throughout the tent, the change from one to the other being made at noon. At each change the wa ter was drawn from the boater and pipes, thoy were refilled with cold wa Jier, and the fire was started anew. The results show that as regards economy of fuel there was no perceptible difference between the two systems. Had the radi ating surface in the two cases been equal the results might have been dif ferent. The large pipes were found to cool off very much inoso slowly ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JANUARY 11, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS t;iehcm SHOP AND FAPM OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE HTATK OF KANSAS. Published Every Wednesday, it Topcka, Kansas GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., EDITORS ABTT 1'ROI'RltiTOIiS. Hiitxtcriptlon Hatest One ropy one year by muu, u. in rim of ten or more, oy mail, one year, . renin earn. The, adrertUina raU of The A dvorafe and Newt are ww. Kuttmiuc wm nemaae andirire fur ntihal on awl If at Um. Mo extra eharae for rut. (Ir. The puhlUiherH nxcrvc the, riyht to reject any ohjcetUmalitc, adverttiny. The reader of thin jhikx may cnuaaer any naccrmt mem v ntrn ap veart herein a rrnreentlny a firm whoxe nllnlill itii ran he, vowheA fur hn the tmhllxhcr. Ttu, Advocate wo etaUUhed in IHli'K nnd wan romolUUued with The Karma newt in W7. The. Advocate and New U the offtrUU State jhijwt. and haa a laryer circulation than any other Kanan trermy wnicn rrretvc admrlMmrnl. For information reyardlna nlvritUn and aavtnwing raiet, aaarens COMa: THE ADVOCATE K...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 1809. o .1 i i I THE NEW STATE PRINTER J LAW. A4.......;..;..t....i..;.4.-i..i....i..i..i,.i..n. (Published January 11. 1S99.) Senate Bill No. 21. AN ACT In relation to state printer, Ills election, term of office and duties, and to prescribe and regulate the manner and tile of executing the public printing, to establish a Bcale of prices therefor, and the mode of auditing and paving for the name, and to repeal all acta and parts of acts Inconsistent with this act. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. A state printer shall bo elected by the legislature every second year, as provided in the constitution. For the pur pose of such election, the legislature shall meet in joint sesslonon the third Tuesdayin January, and shall continue In such session from day to day until Borne person la elect ed state printer by the concurrence of a majority of the members elected to both houses. Immediately after Huch election, the president of the ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

10 THE ADVOCATE AHD HEWS. JANUARY 11. K?fJ!JZ'. f- r-s,.r3 i,;'',!.i-''''fJ';' Ana waat was that rider's fate? It was now almost 11 o'clock, and no nan know. Only briefly had they haltod and flocked about the panting steed, for stern was the need that held them to their course. With awostricken facoi and compressed lips they locked into each other's eyes, as though to ask: What next? Who next? The major, tender hearted as a woman, well nigh fihoked with distress and anxiety as he famed to Barclay for counsel, and long before the rearmost of the column had reached tho spot the decision had been made. The loaders were again pushing on. Young Brayton, with half a dozen troopers, had beon dispatched south westward along: the falda, ordorod to search high and low for Lawrence, dead or alive. Tfasre was only one theory that, pushing eagerly ahead to the re lief of Cramer's crippled troop, the gal lant ex-captain had taken no thought of personal danger; the old instinct of leadership had p...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

1SS3. 11 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. x;ulhe grants In protest Six-forty, and the dota in front are blacker and bigger and popping about, threo of them at least in lively motion, check ing suddenly, then darting to and fro, and the cry bursts from tho loader's lips: "By God, they're at itl Now, lada for all you're worth, come on." Six-forty-five, and rounding a project ing spur, a shoulder from the range, Crooks, Winn and the doctor burst in view of a scene that banishes the last thought of weariness. Barely a mile or so away a rooky ledge lies, beyond and parallel with the trail. Its jagged crest is spitting smoke and fire. Its smoother slopes, toward tho cast, are dotted in places by the bodies of dead or dying horses, and in places, too, by other smaller forms, apparently stiff and mo tionless. Off the trail, as though drag ged there by affrighted and agonized animals, lies an overturned ambulance, its six draft mules outstretched upon tho turf about it; so, too, are other quadrupeds, ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

12 JANUARY 11. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. $ THE CLEnENS-JOMNSON-CAS- f ; SIN LAW FOR A STATE COARD OF LA DOR AND INDUSTRY. (Published January 11, 1899.) House Bill No. 50. AN ACT to create a State Society of Labor and Industry with power to elect a sec retary who shall succeed to the powers and duties of the commlsiiioner of labor HtatlHticH and bo ex officio State factory Inspector and an assistant secretary who Hhall be HSttlHtant commlsidoner of labor statistics, and to collect, report and ' disseminate statistics of labor and Indus try, and repealing chapter 188. lawn of 1883. Be it enacted by the legislature of the State of Kansas; Section 1. wnenever seven or mrc i- borers, worklngmen. miners of coal, zinc or other minerals for wages, mechanics, railway laborers or other wage earners are now organized or shall hereafter organ ize as a labor association or labor society, In any county, city, or other municipality In the State of Kansas, for the purpose of collecting, studying and d...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1803. 13 commission a Judge for tiio court hereby created, who shall be a resident member ol the bar of Cherokee or Crawford coun ties, Kansas, whose term of ottlce shall commence with the date of his commis sion and who shall hold his office until his successor Is elected and qualified. B& fore entering .upon the duties of his office the Judge of the Court of Common Pleas shall take and subscribe the oath oi ortlce required by publlo officers. Such oatn ' of office shall oe written and subscribed and shall be filed with the Secretary of State, of the State of Kansas. Section 11. The Judge of the Court of Common Fleas shall receive for his ser vices a salary of twenty-five hundred ($2,500.00) dollars per year, payable out of the State treasury in monthly Installments as salaries of district judges are paid, ' Section 12. The Governor shall upon the passage oi tnia act ana tne approval of the same by the qualified electors of Cherokee and Crawford counties ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JAMtMttt It By WIABLE DICCS. Tb Storm. Thor wan a poor old man Who sat and Uutoned to the raging tea And beard it thunder, lunging at the oliiTa A like to tear them down. Ha lay at night, And "Lord have mercy on the lads," aald ho. "That sailed at noon, though they be none of . mine, For when the Rale gota np and when the wind Flings at the window, when it beats the roof And lull and stops and rotwes np again .Indent the crest oloan off the plonglngwav And scatters It like fsathers np the fluid. Why, then I think of my two ladsmy lada That would have worked and never let Hoi want And never lot me talqe the pariah pay. No, none of mine. My lada were drowned at eoa My two before the moat of those were born. I know how sharp that cnta, since my pooi wife Walked np and down and still walkod op and down, And I walkod after, and one could not hear A word the other said for wind and sua That raged and butt and thundered in tht night, The awfuleat, the longest, lighte...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 15 J THE WOMEN " OF THE FAMILY i 11 Helen Keller, Mute, sightless visitant, From what uncharted world llaHt voyaged Into life's rude sea, With guidance tcant, As if aome bark mysteriously Ehould hither glide, with spars aslant And sails all furled? . In what perpetual dawn, Child of the spotless brow, Host kept thy spirit far withdrawn, Thy birthright undented T What viows to thy sealed eyes appear? What voicea mayst thou hear Speak aa we know not how T Of grief and sin haat thou, O radiant child, Even thou, a uhnreT Can mortal taint Uuvo power on thoe, unfearing The woba our sight, our hearing, Learn from earth'a crime and plaint? Not as we see Earth, sky, insensate forms, ourselves, Thou seest, but vision free Thy fancy soars and dulvea. Albeit no sounds to us relate The wondrous things Thy brave imaginings Within their starry uight create. Pity thy uuoonflned Clear spirit, whose enfranchised eyes Use not their grosser sense? Ah, no; thy bright intelligence ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 January 1899

16 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. JANUARY 11, 183?. Borrowed Smiles. Hibbler "Does your novel end hap pily?" Scribbler "No; It's bee a re jected by every publisher." Brooklyn Life, "How well Mrs. Plollett holds her age!" "Yea, she doesn't look a day older than she says she Is." Indianapo lis Journal. Prose Versus Poetry. He "Man pro poses' what's the rest of it?" She VBut is not always accepted." Detroit Free Prone. Injustice of Fate. "A man can't do much without money." "No, and when he has money he doesn't need to do any thing." Cincinnati Enquirer. Jones "They say the girl Dawson married was cross-eyed." Brown "Yes; but he never fully realized It until after her money was gone." Puck. Mrs. Sad "When I'm dead you will think of all the cruel things you've said to me." Mr. Sad "And it will be Just like you to go and die in order to give me a chance to think of them." Boston Transcript. EftCTT AGENTS WANTED FOli tfca anlr G3Mal and Kiptibly EttutntM If J8TOH 0 ir CKvr.? incidents, txs REPWXT...

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