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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 January 1896

TKEJ ADVOCATE. 13 MARKET REPORTS. Kansas City Lire Stock. Kaksas CrrT, Jan. 27. Cattle Receipts since Saturday, 3,418; calves, 119: shipped Saturday, 2,119 cattle, no calves. The market was steady to 10c higher. The following art representative sales: SHIPPING AND DRESSED BEEF STEERS. No. Ave. Price. 85 1,49 J4.15 .1.314 .1,371 .1,410 .1,363 .1,170 .1,158 . 850 4.00 a 60 a 90 3.80 a 70 a 65 aao No. 20.. I. . 15.. 20.. II. . 19 . 16.. 1.. Ave. Price. .1,412 H00 4.00 .1.480 .1.468 .1.370 .1.270 3.90 a 85 3L7J .1,150 aas l.'.'84 a 60 .1,140 aw TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS. 106 Ind 1.169 $.145 25. 1,065 2.75 14 864 2.25 1 380 $3.50 14 9 27 48 5 32fdr 673 2.70 WESTERN STEERS. 45 996 $a35 WESTERN COWS. 58 hf. 1,085 $3 55 OKLAHOMA STEERS. SOstk 776 $a23 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. ihf 640 $aoo I 2 1,003 $a 63 v 1 1,020 $i 15 j COWS AND HEIFERS. 23 1,129 $3.40 983 . 580 . 935 . 396 . 700 . 892 .1,000 . 880 . 780 a 05 3.00 2.90 2.75 2.60 2.40 225 2.10 1.85 13 803 $105 a 00 2.95 2.75 2.70 2.50 8 M8 2.3...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 January 1896

14 THE ADVOCATE. January 29, BUILDING A CREAMERY. A Itnr Suggestion Concerning Amuse ment of the Machinery. Elace the creamery question is bdar nzlfcaUd perhaps a few polnten on the building and the arrangement of the machinery may not be amiss. The first move should be to find a suitable location. At first thought this might seem to be an easy matter. The site is very important, however. it should have pure air and sunshine nature's best and cheapest disinfectants and be free from any surroundings that would be likely to taint the atmos phere. Put i t f ar enough from stables, shops, and from the railroad, that the soot may not be a nuisance. Good, pure water is indispensablejust as necessary as pure air. No one can make good butter without it. Few peo ple are careful enough about the source of their water supply. With the sur rounding surface saturated with im purities, it cannot be otherwise than that a part of it finds its way Into the well, unless the greatest precaution is use...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 January 1896

15 CHEAP GREENHOUSE. How to Add Plant Hoom to the Ordinary l'urm IIouao. If it were understood how easily, and At how little expense, a plant room can be added to an ordinary farm or vil lage house, there would certainly be more of these useful and pleasure-giving adjuncts to country and suburban homes. The illustration gives a sug gestion of a very neat and simple addi tion that will let in enough sunlight, even though the roof be of shingles instead of glass, to keep plants growing thriftily all winter and to start a large assortment of plants for the kitchen garden, which will bring vegetables upon the table at least a month earlier than is now the case. In cold climates LUO IJiliJLULlal JL JLTS.X f -1 1.13 INEXPENSIVE gbeenhouss. the season for garden growth is too short to give us the full benefit of fruits and vegetables. A sunny room like that figured here will very materially lengthen the season, and with a succes sion of plantings after the weather be comes warm will make t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 29 January 1896

THE JLDVOOj&lTIB. CL0TXE8, TEB0T3T, 3HLLET afla nnmi anaWfl am Trumbull Sesd Co., 1426 St Louis Are., Kansas City, Mo. MILLET CANE CLOVERS TIMOTHY GRASS SEEDS. fb Fy23 WW t4D0'2 Uaha Avtnat, KANSAS CITY, MO. FLOWKK 8X208, CATALOGUE 1805 FREE. 10 I I5t lo lh world, hot water, plpa ivrtrm. Will I t hatch chirk whra othfr. full CatnloKu. Fr -' bfcMaukar Iaabator CoKrttiert, 111, I.S.A, iTOSAlL niCUBATOE 0 o "8 9 o Are used 7 in every State In the Unioc $ lilucubator "LmI I 2c. f J m ii p pin feThou-fland Brood- 4 " for I Ooeration. ulating. Circulars free. Cuirtc.W MaUil Uj I Vail J if Wlti tin W UJiKL txcclsJor lneasator. Mmji, Ptrtcf, Self-Regulating. Thouaandshiaucee fiil operation. Guaranteed to hatch a larger nerotntaim of -J J I fcrlllB egg al leu coot thao "prlol nrit-ulM Hatcher i mad. OEO. II. HTA1II, j 1 14 to 1 Z U. b HI., Ju..r7, ?ll. Clronlanfret. Send Ho. Ibr Illaa. Catalog ua. 140 First Premiums Send for 156-page Catalogue Riving full particulars. Address Prairie Sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

VOL YIIL, NO. 6. TOPEKA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY -5, 1896. 81.00 A YEAR. WITH FIERY TONGUE Senator Tillman Scores the President and Members of the Cabinet. Senator Ben Tillman, of South Caro lina, got the floor in the Senate last week to speak on the pending bill, the free coinage substitute. He spoke to a packed floor and galleries and re ceived the undivided attention of his hearers. The Senator said that he would, use plain Anglo-Saxon, the language of the common people, for he was one of them. He spoke bitterly of the essay reading indulged in by Senators, charg ing that that body was not the delibera tive body that it was intended it should be the fathers who framed the consti tution. "How much," he said, "of this so-called Senatorial dignity of which we hear so much and see to much la worthy of preservation? It hangs over this 'chamber like a wet blanket; it smothers down independ ent action; it obliterates the man and we are here the puppets, the cogs in the wheel of party, to do th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

THE ADVOOATH. Fzskuaby 5, THE HORSE SITUATION. An tddrest by C&pt. W. 8. Tough before the recent meeting or tee mate iioara oi Agn culture. S I wish I had the eloquence of the gentleman who preceded ma and that I could convince every farmer and breeder in the State of Kansas the im portance of this meeting in connection with the horse problem. In the first rHft T fhlnV It. la nfnnSr fnr mft t.n fVI M. I 1 " state to the gentlemen who don't know me, that I am a neighbor, being from Missouri, and an old resident of Kan ess. I came to Kansas in 1800, and being a boy, comparatively, at the time, twenty years old, I did not have Very much good judgment or common sense probably have not improved on that much yet but the war broke out and I, as a matter of course, mixed in it and stayed in it until the last hour. Then I commenced farming and more particularly to raise fine horses. In 1834 1 was Impressed with the idea that we had made such great mistakes in lot of trash that never werd...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

I 1E& TI-I21 Ji.nVOaA.T12. etancea. I will admit that detracts soma little from the ase of the horse, and will also admit that doing away with the horse cars was quite a blow. It not only did away with the demand for the yearly deficit, but it did away with and threw upon the markets an immense number of horses that they were at the time using, which at once was a death-blow to prices. Farmers began to get scared and unload, which was right: and thus auction markets opened, first at St. Louis, then at Chi cago, Buffalo, New York, Boston every large city in the union and their receipts were not mainly from farmers but classes of men who saw the oppor tunity and went to work to speculate There never was in the history of thi3 world the number of horses bought and sold and changed hands that there has been In the last five or six years. That sounds preposterous. The first eight mouths of 1893 we exported to Great Britain 10,177: in 1894, 15,614; in 1895, 22,750. These were not comm...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

A THE ADTOOAT FxBBffART 5, PUBLISHID EVIBT WXDNIJDAT BT T!! ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO., T0P22A, KANSAS. 0100 A. YXCAX1. Advebtisinq Ratis -Single Insertion : Dis play, is cents per agate lis (11 line to inch) ; ntAins notices, SO centi per line (coast lines). Liberal discount for long time and large space orders. Xntsrad at the Postoffice at Tepeka, Kansas as second-claaa matter. IUTISXAL CSfOSa PRESS A8S6CUTI0& 4 Ci l BD By all means let us encourage the silver men. They are a little slow, but they are headed our way. The best way for parties to fuse is under one banner and on one platform. Then no harm can come from it. The farmers feed the world, yet it keeps them hustling to get money enough to buy clothing for their fami lies. We need a little more tariff protection. It won't hurt tha honest free silrer man to be reminded of the fact that the People's party Is the only party In existence that has adopted a free silver plank without any strings to it. The Democrats are trying t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

1836. THUS ADVOCATE, WORK IS WHAT COUNTS. "I have liked the brave, atraightfor ward course the Advocate has par sued for the last five years, and I like it cow more than ever. I believe it has done more to enlighten the people than any other paper, and it ought to be in every household in Kansas." The above is from a letter now lying on our office table, and we have over 500 more on file expressing the same sentiment. Some of them wereac companied by money and the names of new subscribers, while a great many of the writers forgot that part of it. Now the question is, how do you ex pect publishers to get reform literature into the hands of your Republican neizhbor without your help? Ha has been reading his party paper for years and is satisfied with it so long as ha don't know he could get a better one, Just speak to him about it and see what can be done. It is quite natural that Eepublican papers should be more severe in their condemnation of Tillman's speech than the Democratic pap...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

TH HI ADVO O-AT 2Z3 febkuarts, ;0ND ISSUES A PUBLIC CHIME Cccator Peler Attacks the Infamous Bond Issnlnjr rolJcy. January 15 Senator Peffer secured the floor and began an argument in opposi tion to the House bond bill. His speech was not completed until the following day. Owing to the fact that the argu ment ia a very exhaustive one it is im possible to give it in full in this issue, so the following extracts relating to bond 1:3363 is given. This will be followed in 'subsequent issues by his argument on other branches of the subject. Mr. Peffer said: "Mr. President: At last the Populist is justified. What he predicted is com ing to pass. The people of the United States are coming to see that they are face to face with the strongest, the most powerful combination of men on earth. While our political organization has be lieved, and still does believe, that among all the great monopolies of the world that which has possession of our land and is fast getting possession of our homes is...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

1896. TI-JEJ ADVOCATE. the Treasury to issue a new series of bonds and sell them for gold coin, they would have come to the rescue of the Secretary promptly. And the last lot was sold for gold by weight, not for dol lars in coin. The quantity purchased was 3,500,000 ounces of gold Coin. Step by step we go on until finally we will get back to a system of barter that the ancients followed 3,500,000 ounces of gold coin,when,if the lawauthorizes the Secretary to do anything in the prem ises, is to sell the bonds for coin, silver and gold, aa I shall show most clearly before I get through. 'Our standard is dollar, not ounce; and our law uses the word 'coin,' not gold coin or so many ounces of gold coin. "In the first place, the Secretary of the Treasury claims to have acted, as to the first two issues, under authority of the resumption act, which authorized the purchase of coin to redeem United States notes greenbacks. "The bonds authorized by that act were those of the description provi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

FxBEUABY 5, ie News About Kansas. lla Topeka Mail is for McKInley. -Abilene wants the Populist; State invention. The Westphalia 27wes la to be moved to Coffejyilld. Ottawa's new opera house was opened :.ifd'2ay night. Tha Supreme court has adopted a low set of rulea. Ex-Governor Humphrey has received en Increase of pension. A prisoner has escaped from the P&sltsntlary at Lansing. Stafford county geta 2 per cent. Interest on its county deposits. The Atchison Globe (Rep.) calla the Kansas Day Club a political incubator. James P.Robinson, of Ottawa, has been appointed a cadet at West Point. Holton is to have ita houses num bered and a city directory Is to be issued. Hiawatha people are talking; of pav ir, 3 five blocks of the main street of the town. The Missouri Pacific is building a freight and a passenger depot at Hutchinson. Ex Judge Grinstead, of Dlghton, ttanta the Republican nomination for State Senator. Hon. J. D. Botkln will speak from February 10 to 22 at different points...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

ADVOCATE. .55 WITH FIERY TONGUE (Continued from page 1.) siren song with "damnable iteration' in the ears of the farmers. lie quoted the. messages for "the purpose of point ing out the evolution of a tyrant, and of showing the transition from a con scientious, law-abiding chief magis trate to an arrogant and obstinate ruler, who ignores the law and issues bonds at will. He not only issues them, but does it secretly with his law partner as a witness to the contract, and has created the suspicion in the minds of millions of his countrymen that a President of the United States can use his high office for private gain The suspicion, like a 'damned spot, has been burned into the brains of the people and will no more 'out' than Duncan's blood could be washed from the lily hands of Lady Macbeth," He predicted that he was the la3t of the Democratic Presidents who would be elected by the party as now organ ized. "The Democratic party elected him and re-elected him and would have no other lea...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

10 THE jAl3D-V"OClTE3. February 5, IOME READING TEE SIN OF OMISSION. It ha"i the thing you do. Dear. It's the thing you leave undone. That gives you a bit of heartache, At the setting of the sun. The tender word forgotten, Tbe letter you did not write, The flower you did not send, Dear, - Are your haunting ghosts at night Tbe stone you might have lifted Out of a brothers way. The bit of beartiome counsel You were hurried too much to say ; The loving touch of the hand, Dear, The gentle, winning tone, Which you had no time nor thought for, With troubles enough of your own. Margaret E. SangsUr, we may be steadily developing another evil worse in ita effects than the use of alcoholic drinks to excess. But, while coffee drinking may become a general bad habit, I do not think that it will ever develon into anything like the evil that , the excessive use of alcoholic drinks has proved to be." Household Hints. Hard soap is better than grease to quiet creaking doors or to make unwill ing bur...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

1806. THE ADVOCATE, 11 WALRUS HUNTING. Extract From Prof. L. L. Dyche's Article on "Walrus Huntlas in the Arctic Regions." From the Cosmojtolilaii Magazine. The sensation that stirred my blood as I approached ray first walrus was not unlike that I experienced when facing my first wounded grizzly. We were in a boat being directed toward a number of icepans upon which the walruses were sleeping. The day was cold and the animals were not resting well. They appeared to bo nervous, and were on the lookout, throwing their heads about from time to time, some even sliding off the ice before we got within harpooning distance. Finally the boat was sculled to within twenty-five yards of an old cow. Lieu tenant Peary threw his harpoon and missed: a moment later one of the Eskimos threw his weapon and struck the animal just as it was disappearing under the water. I shall never forget the movements of this Arctic highlander as he lifted his arm and drew the harpoon back. As he stood in a position...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

TEE ADVOCATE. February 5, y u ( rpn rp?j rF"J rn r?3 y i Liza 0 J 0 l'rjj V tliastrsiiA by 6 dclb trtth 31 drosses, 6 suits, S3 hat$, and 35 other articles, famishing the ladies with the latest French fashions as well as the children with an amusing toy. ro to Got ThecoS(J&T Fashions. . cwto BlzckwtU'a Durham Tobacco Co., Durham, N. C, and the Fashion Dolls will be sent you postpaid. You will find one coupon inside each 2 oz. bag, and two coupons inside each 4 oz. bag ot Blackwelus Genuine Durham Tobacco. Buy a bag of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read the coupon, which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them. ,J 2 CENT TAMPS ACCEPTED. Send 6 Coupons, or Deep Subsolllng. Subsolling makes all rains available 7 hub; thesi down deep in the soil LTlhold them there for usa when r.:od3J. In this way they make all islns to ba seasonable rains, more sea Enble than they ever are in what we tern the most favorable year for crops, f c-r they are always on hand at the rfht...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

TH3 ADVOOATS. MARKET REPORTS. Kansas City Live Stock." Eaxsas Crrr, Feb. I Cattle Receipts, 4,468; calves, 178; shipped Saturday, 1,309 cat tle, no calves. Tie market was steady to 10a higher. The following art representative saies: BHIPPISa AND DRXSSXD BEE7 8TIXBS. Na Ate. Price. 13 1,771 H 49 1,41ft 4.09 50 1,313 3.00 42 1.419 185 24 1,335 1 80 19 1,831 175 19 1.331 ITS 1 1,140.130 Ko. Ava Price. (1 1,457 W.25 11 2,187 4.05 1,424 8.90 tO 1,350 185 15 1,430 185 34 1,328 175 30 1,827 175 SI 1,181 145 TEXAS AMD IHDUH STIKR3. Mind. 1,035 $3.33 80nTHWXSTB32T STUBS. 20 1,051 $3.50 I 3 1,008 $125 2 842 100 I 1 900 125 WISTEHH COWS. 40 belt. ...1,098 $3.80 I 1 1,400 $3.00 1 770 2.75 I unrexsoTA stiirs. 42 913 $115 TKXA3 AND INDIAN COWS. 28 825 $2.25 COWS AND HXITKBS. 8 1,312 $160 17 888 3.10 1 830 3.00 23 724 100 1 1,200 2.60 4 987 2.55 1 890 2.45 3 980 2.30 1 980 2.13 1 770 2.00 1 1,120 $150 14 1,090 110 2 1.000 100 7 931 2.85 2 1,075 2.80 1 1.065 2.50 3 1,200 2.40 2 1,000 2.25 1 900 2.1...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

iA TH3 ADVOOATB. February i, IsnmmRMtKmMMi OSSTINATE STUMPa Cr.t Close to the Ground aad Cultivate Over Them. The chestnut flourishes in rich, sandy loam, on rolling land, and growing tall aad broad and leafy, develops a net . work of roots that aro interlaced every few inches, and make nn anchorage that clings together in spite of any cheap Tiray of removing the stumps. Heavy charges of Hercules powder blow big tides in the sandy subsoil, exposing and tearing some of the roots, but not ao- RUNNING OVER A STUMP. complishing much save to make tedious grubbing possible. Applied in a hole bored in the etump the explosive tears away the top, but doon little injury to tha network of roots below. Every oth er variety of stump can be eradicated at a reasonable cost, or by waiting for nat ural causes half a dozen years. An Ohio correspondent of Rural New Yorker, whose farm is a chestnut ridge, has found one best way to deal with these stumps. This is illustrated in the first : cut, and his ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

15 1808. COMBINATION MANGER. It Possets Many Good Point, Bat Also Bom Disadvantages. Ia the report of my visit to Crystal Spring farm I spoke of the feeding man ger In use there. It has some features that are valuable. The sheep cannot waste their feed, nor can they get the hayseed and chaff in their wool. The accompanying cut shows an end view, with the boards across the ends of troughs and manger removed. Tho end frames snould be made of 3x3 sticks 4 feet long. Mortise them into each other 18 inches from the lower ends, making the manger angle 35 degrees. For the troughs use 10-inch boards 1 inches thick. Place the back trough board be neath the legs as shown in the cut. They should join at the top, at the point marked T. The outer wings of the troughs can be put on as in making an ordinary V-trough, only that the ' lnumi. aAcra nt tYta nna will tinva in lift i beveled somewhat. Care needs to be V taken that the outer board of the trough )t does not project far enough to invite sh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 5 February 1896

THE ADVOCATE. J. G. Petard 3 r &0TXE3, mOTOT, MILLET eardhi SEEDS, IXOWIK BIID8, CATALOGUE 18C FREE. Trumbull Seed Co., 1428 St Look Are., Kansas City, Mo. CLOVERS 1403-2 Ualoa Avtaue, TinOTMY M KANSAS CITY, MO. CRASS 8SED8. EZ Millet is-"! POTATOES sent out to oesprousea on snares. No experience required. Di rections for sprouting free. 'f Bart la tlx world, hot wttrr, pip ayautm. Will t hatch rhlrln whrn otlwrt, fall. Catlo;u Yrtm. and Cane Clover, Timothy, Garden Seeds, Blue Grass Seeds 410 Walnut St., KANSAS CITY, HO. bkaakr laaalUr I', Prcprt, III. I . S. A, T. J. SKINNER, Columbus, Kas. POULTRY SUPPLIES. ainiipp mm i )Mpfa, printed In 6 colors. Blrdseye view of largest Poultry Yarm. Tells all about V Chickens, Prices of name, their Diseases, rBmellS8,poultry buHdln(fs,tc.; finely Illus trated, rrtosmiyit e.9,i'AZI2tXm,rr-tort,lu$,l... iJOXALT, IITCUBATOE' "a! tf " It Incubator "Tnou-wanaurooa- v Oneration. dating. Circulars free, uulnw.ia Are used in every State in the Uni...

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