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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

1806. 5 ADVOCATE. THE ADMINISTRATION'S TfiSATMENT OF SILVER. The pressure on public men is get ting bo strong and powerful that even Mr. Carlisle, Secretary of the Treas ury, has been forced to defend the administration against charges of dis crimination against silver coin and in favor of gold coin. The Secretary's defense takes the form of a letter to Mr. Patterson, now a Representative in Congress from the State of Tennes see, and was written in response to a letter from that gentleman, who had written Mr. Carlisle in relation to statements alleged to have been made by Judge Crisp of Georgia, late Speaker of the House of Representatives. In order that no injustice be done the Secretary by us, we herewith give his letter entire, as follows : Treasury Department, Office of secritart, Washington, March 16, 1896. My Dear Sib You state that in a speech delivered by Hon. Charlea F. Crisp, in the House of Representatives, on the 14th day of February, that gentleman said : "He (meaning t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

TEE S3 jfLiDTFOOATSii. iljiEcn 25, CHIliCn BUG INFECTION. cw to Procnri and Apply It Intelllxeatly an Saeccisfallj. From the Annual report of the Chinch Bug Sta tion at Lawrsaco. Infcctad bogs will be sent to anyone cn application. The infected bugs received from the daiicn should be used to start infection ltoi33 in the following manner: Uaka a box of seven-eighths inch ma terial (matohed white pice is best), about 1x33x8 inches. Make the cover tight fitting, so that the bugs cannot readily escape. " Weather-strips tacked about the upper edges of the box, so that the cover presses tightly against them when cloead, will be found of service in keep ing the bugs in. A heavy chalk-line drawn inside the box on the sides near the upper edge will greatly assist inj keeping the bugs in the box. It would be well for each farmer to have two boxes, and, after the first box uaa become well started, he should start the second from infection obtained from the first. Place the boxes so as to excl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

7 4306. Ti-123 ADVOOATB. CORRESPONDENCE. Horace Oreelej. Editor Advocate: I have been some thing of a reader, but of all the works I ever fell in with I have been most inter ested in the "Life of Horace Greeley," by Parton, lately brought to my notice. To Bay that I waa interested in it, is saying butliltle. It is literally overwhelming in interest from beginning to end, and embodies a code of ethics, morals and wisdom that our age would do well to imitate and our society to inculcate. The intelligent reader, having the wel fare of the race at heart, who sets down to its perusal will never rise till he has reached the end and marked half its contents for re-perusal and reflection. What a man he was! His make-up, like that of Lincoln, embraced a great heart with a great head. Neither of them ever rose above the domain of com mon sense, and both were devoted to the interest of the common people and of lowly and downtrodden mankind. I would fain copy pregnant portions of the book, but ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

0 T PI Hi AD VO OlT HS. Mabcs 25, Some News About Kansas. Leland has joined the A. P. A. Croenleaf is to have a new paper. The Manchester News is a new paper. Waller will sail for America April 4. Abilene has lately acquired a rock pile. . The new "Katy" depot at Parsons Is a beauty. The city of Osboine is nearly twenty- five years old. - Mayor Shepherd of St. Joseph, Mo., formerly lived at Troy. Hutchinson banks have a half mil lion dollars on deposit. . The Shawnee county grave robbers want a change of venue. Breldenthal's scheme for raising a campaign fund Is a success. A southern Kansas farmer will plant thirty acres of castor beans. Governor Morrill has issued the Arbor day (April 15) proclamation. The Silver party will hold its State convention at Topeka July 16. Douglas county Republicans are in favor of Buchan for Congress. The Democratic State Editorial Asso ciation meets at Sallna April 14. Dawes holds that a notary public is neither a State nor a county officer. A county ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

1S26. 0 THH. ADVOCATE. POPULIST CONVENTION. Continued from page 1.) . nent. The report was adopted. Chair man Kelly made a brief speech which was well received. The convention then got down to business. It was agreed to elect four delegates at-large and the other eighty eight by Congressional district cau cuses apportioned according to the vote in each as follows: First, 10; Second, 12; Third, 13; Fourth, 12; Fifth, 12; Sixth, 11, and Seventh, 18. The con vention then proceeded with the elec tion of delegates-at-large. R. B. Claiborne of Oswego nominated L. D. Lewelling. Jerry Simpson pre sented Frank Doster's name. George Harmon of Oskaloosa named W. A. Harris. T. H. Polack of Marysville nominated W. D. Vincent. D. C. Kay of Hill City placed Congressman Wil liam Baker before the convention. Delegate Tyler of Stafford nominated James Beck (colored) of Wamego. S. B. Dinsmore of Russell named John W. Breidenthal. Secretary R. n. Sem pie was nominated by W. L. Brown. The last name pres...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

10 THIS ADVQOATB lli&czL 23, 1 ; 1 'if- iOME READING Writian for the Advocate. WHEN THE W02LD 13 FREE. BT J. A. EDGERTON. Fir troB3& the future shinei the golden age Of brotherhood. A new humanity, ForiWJ by poet, prophet, aalnt and itge, Will work together, when the world Is free. Then science and religion will Join hands And follow natnre to divinity; . Then strife will cease between united lands. And peace will prosper, when the world Is free. Then those who toil will be the ones who own. Tka slave no longer then will bow the knee ; The king will then be driven from his throne, The people regnant, when the world is free. Then greed and poverty will paus away; And aU will share a true prosperity. Th god of Mammon with his feet of clay WU1 be demolished, when the world is free. Then will be little law the Golden Rule Will be enthroned the law of equity Tfcs priest will vanish with his creed and school And truth will flourish, when the world li free. Then will be happy homes...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

1806. jkDVOO-A-TEl. 11 Will Stay la the Fight C. G. Allen, formerly publisher of a well edited Populist paper in western Kansas, Is now at East Smlthfield, Pa., ' seeking improved health. A personal letter to a friend in Chase county shows such a commendable spirit of devotion to the cause that it is re printed here in part. He says: "I cannot say with any degree of cer tainty whether I will remain in Penn sylvania until our national convention or not. My interest in politics is by no means diminished. The principles of the Omaha platform are the principles of humanity and right. They are in perfect conformity with the Declara tion of Independence. I will never consent to a surrender of a single one of them. Yet the success of those principles might sooner be attained by uniting with the Silver party la nomi natl s for President and members of Congress. As to that I am not at present wholly determined. I know that the money power has worked to gain but one point at a time. .By that ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

THE ADVOCATE Maech 25, A CONSCIENCELESS MACHINE Ecal&js Says tie Eepubllcan Party Hai Surrendered to the Lawless Element 'Nearly every reader of the Advocate . is familiar with the. came of George L. Douglass of Wichita. It will be remem bered that he as Speaker of the Repub lican or "sledge-hammer" House in 1893 permitted his devotion to party to over ride his judgment when he led a mob up to the House and battered down an un locked door with a sledge-hammer. That Douglass has been and is now a devoted Republican cannot be denied. He has recently had something to say about the situation in Wichita. It was prepared for and printed in the Topeka Journal, a paper whose Republicanism is attested by its support of McKinley. Speaking about the action of the officers in the Wichita fight he said: "They are parts of a humiliating and discreditable deal It is understood that Mr. Leland ga7e the Governor and his appointees to understand that they must all surrender to the law-defiers of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

13 1396. THE. ADVOCATE. S. D. IRWIN, Hog Salesman. A. D. IKWIN, Office. J. N.IRWIN and W.L. IRWIN, Cattle Salesman. n Bitosi Live Stock Commission Merchants, Rooms 2S5ABC, Exchange Bldg., Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo. Business EstaMisM Since 1874. MARKET REPORTS. Kansas ity Liv Stock. Kansas Cttt. March 23. Cattle -Receipts since Saturday, 4,146: calves. Ill: shipped Sat urday, 761 cattle: 1 calf. The market ranged from steady to 10c higher. The following aro representative sales: SHIPPING AND DRESSED BEEF STEERS. No. Ave. Price. 22 1,493 &U0 40 1,4 &9 13 1,418 190 16 1,451 3.85 37 1.157 3 80 22 1.285 3.65 2 9M5 3.50 1 1,520 3.45 TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS. No. Ave Price. SO 1,5 M) fl.00 19 1,353 3.95 18 1.285 3.90 10 1,423 3.85 60 1,275 3.75 1 1,450 3.65 1 1,100 3.&0 1 1,050 3.35 36 1,112 $3.80 147 1,163 3.70 54 m 3.25 61 721 2.90 33 481 $3.70 39 484 170 90 810 3.10 4 475 2.75 TEXAS AND INDIAN COW3. 1 1,069 13.00 1 1,270 100 1 982 2.50 1 1.230 $3.00 6 1,003 a 00 32 mix 619...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

COMBINATION BUILDING. Is Includes Workshop, Poultry Bona sad A building illustrated includes a com bined workshop, poultry house and summer pigpen. A perspective view of tha structure is presented above in Pig. 1 and the ground plan below in Fig. 2. The workshop is at one end, where a Ood light may be secured either at the tides or over the bench. It has large double doors so that a wagon or cart Til tha sow &ra git en too concentrated a food, and not sufficient variety. No . one variaty of grain contains all the ele merits of animal Ufa in the proper pro portion. Many ' fanners feed their brood sows largely on peas during the winter, with the result that the young pigs are flabby and weak, and very often live but a few hours. Milk, root and oat chops, bran or shorts, with ac cess to earth or sods, make a well-balanced ration, and should give good re sults if the sow has exercise daily. The Cable. FIO. 1. PERSPECTIVE ViEW Off COMBINED OUTBUILDING. may be run in for repairs or te...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

mnuu ;.aj.yiiara,Taw'iiiwiriteMi TRIALS OP DAI HYMEN. Cow to Avoid Soma Common Trottblet la Batter Making . A common complaint that comes tr us by mail is that "the butter won't come." Well, the butter will come i the cream be churned at a proper tem perature. I have put the limit of time for churning at 35 to 40 minutes. I heat the cream just high enough to make the butter come after about 35 minutes of agitation. I find some peo ple complain that there are specks in the butter, says Prof. Eobertaon. If you allow the vessel containing the cream to be exposed to the action of the atmosphere a part of its moisture will evaporate and a scum of skin will be f ormed on the top of the creara. That will be broken up by the churning, and you will have merely small portions of thickened, dried cream in your butter. Prevention is better than an attempt to cure. Let the cream vessel be covered, ov by frequent stirring prevent the for mation of the skin of drkd cream. The btraining of the crea...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 March 1896

Trumbiall Seed Co., 1428 St Louis Are., Kansas City, Ho J. 8. Pepparil 14CQ-2 Ualoa Avenue, KANSAS CITY, UO. MILLET CANE CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS S2ED3. 3131 PS tlTTIS. TOOTHY, XILLFT -j, G'fiiEH SEEDS, , FLOWIB SSBDfl, A CATALOGUE 1825 FREE. L4-., J best In the world, lliol water, plp ytm. Will . " hatch chirk whrn othm All. Cstalnirn Fraei .. uMaajSr laoulwtor Cn fnaprt, III. I'. S. A. . 'mvmmii foultby mm 0t) pages, printed In 6 colors. Blrdaeye view V or largest Poultry Farm. Tells all about Chickens, Prices of same, their Diseases, , JromeJles,poultr7bulldliiKa,etc.;finelyllla. tU& MMMljrtS. 6.CSilCra3AU3,rryort,Ill,D.S. 2 ATCH Ch ickons "XttVAHZ j EXCaslOl bister C roalum riee. Send 6o. for w. c'iiotn, Tl Slmsld, Perfect, SeV-Stmdat- i 'i n0. Thotuandi la tucoeufUl T operation. Lowet priced a flr -! 14atcjr mtd, H. HTAHI. ggas:i safe : C3 O HAURVOatOi mm9 f (EVERGREENS! If D. ; and Ornamental trees, Nortery grown. 2M) Choice Evergreen, 10 varieties $2. .','K4U0 Ornamental tre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

YOL YIIL, NO. 14. TOPEKA, KANSAS, APRIL 1, 1896. -1 V i $1.00 A YEAR LAW ENFORCEMENT A FARCE The Wichita Fight a Scandal to the Governor and the State. The Topeka Capital is regarded as a paper which stands ready on any and all occasions to defend any and all things done ia the name of the Republican party. It is so regarded because that is its general policy. The late action of the administration in absolutely surrender ing to the Wichita non-enforcement crowd was more than the Capital could stand, so in its issue of March 22 it says: "For six months the State has watched with interest the contest between the Governor and Attorney General and the law-observing element of Wichita on the one hand and the saloon element, championed by the editor of the Eagle, on the other. Until a few weeks before the State convention the battle seemed to be rather in favor of the adminis tration. Between twenty and thirty saloons were closed and there were a number of convictions, which always has a ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

15 uYllli'nliJ iirjV,Tiiti'liliAiMefli TUITi ADVOCATE!. hsS.lL 1, - CORRESPONDENCE. Religion and Plutocracy. Editor Advocate: A week or two &30 the writer criticised, through. these columns, the publication of f ol eoma adulation of rich men by Sunday school papers and religious journals in general. The particular article con demned appeared, as waa eaid, in the Children's Friend. Without apolojiz- inj ia th9 3east f or WDat was tnea 8aid In justice to the paper it may be added hat it publihes advanced ideas, some times at least, even when the senti ments are such as may call down the blatant cry of "socialism." Witness the following from the last issue of the same paper: "Mr. John Buskin was asked in 1875 by one of his correspondents the fol lowing question: 'Ought parents to leave fortune to their children?' and he gave this reply ,whlch has good sense and good Christianity in it: 'In the 'strongest conviction I would assert that the father should never provide for the childre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

1SD3. THS ADVOOAT2, Ex-Senator Martin for Silver. Ex-Senator John Martin was re cently interviewed at Wichita and he had the following to say as to the po litical situation: "Do yon think silver will be an issue in the next Presidential campaign?' "Well, it looks that way now, but of course if the Democrats and Republi cans nominate a gold-bug candidate a good many Democrats and Bepubli cans who firmly believe in the free coinage of silver will vote their party ticket. "It is strange that people will sup port a party which they think will work an injury to the country just be cause their party has adopted it, but a good many of them would do that very thing. I would like to see the people of this country divide on questions of principle instead of on party names. "It is my candid conviction that a very large majority of the people of this country are in favor of bimetal lism, but whether they will vote for it Is another question. As for myself I am a Democrat, but I do not hesitate ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

THS ADVOCATE. April 1, W iiM"fff;ry PUBLISHKD EVf RY WSONKSDAT BT THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO., TOPEKA, KANSAS. 01.OO A YEJAI. ADVKETiaiNo Rates Single Insertion : Die play, 16 cents per agate line (14 lines to Inch) ; reading notices. 80 cents per line (connt lines). Liberal discount for long time and large space orders. Entered at the Postofflce at Topeka, Kansas as second-class matter. NATIONAL BEF08X PRESS ASSOCIATION. JonN Sherman's indorsement of McKinley ought to be sufficient to con vince silver Republicans that McKinley is a gold man. Republican local papers are invari ably saying that the local men elected to the national Populist convention are good men and representative Populists. Two public evils that might be made to cor rect each other are bad roads and tramps. Toptka Capital. That i what Mr. Coxey and a large number of good citizens believe. A correspondent of the Southern Mercury , in a recent issue, said he un derstands Populism to be: "Land upon which to live and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

1806. THE ADVOCATE, 5 TIIE EXPORT BOUNTY PBOPOSITION. Mr. David Lubin, a wealthy mer chant of Sacramento, a man of great energy and intensely earnest in efforts to retrieve agriculture from the unjust burdens imposed upon it, several years ago conceived the idea of an export bounty on products of the farm shipped abroad, the bounty to be paid, of course, out of the public treasury. In furtherance of this plan Mr. Lubin has expended a large amount of money in printing and distributing literature treating the subject from every point of view, and he has visited different parts of the country delivering ad dresses to farmers and others inter ested. He has appeared before manu facturers' clubs, boards of trade and committees of Congress, and in every way regarded as practicable, he has kept the export bounty idea before the people. The following bill, introduced by Mr. Johnson in the House of Repre sentatives, embodies the idea and sets forth the plan proposed: A BILL For the protection...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

THE iLD"V"OOjT2B. April 1, THE GROWING OF COM. Its Cultivation, Vie, Coat and V&las Dis cussed from a Kansas Standpoint. The following ia the Introduction prepared by Secretary Cobarn for the State Board of Agriculture Quarterly: Anyone . even moderately familiar with Kansas agriculture understands that the State's premier crop ia corn, al though at tha same time the most en thusiastic advocate of her productive possibilities makes no claim that the western two-fifths, or the thirty-nine counties west of the ninety-ninth me ridian, are especially or reliably corn growing territory. The corn yields which, in the twenty-five years closing with 1895, have had an average annual value exceeding 331,000,000, or a total value in that time of more than $776, 000,000, have mainly been grown to the eastward of the north-and-south center line. In spite of this and three very disastrous seasons in one of which the crop was less than nine bushels per acre the average yield f er all the wide ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

isoa THE jDITOOjTIS. 7 Does the Postoffice Cost Too Maci? The following from the pen of Henry W. Young of the Independence Star and Eansan contains much of interest and value and calla attention to some ideas that readers will do well to consider care fully. He says: "I had occasion to criticise Congress man Loud not long ago for his attempt to increase the rates of postage paid by newspapers, and so put an added tax on intelligence. It isn't often that I attempt to read the debates in Congress as pub lished in full in the Record. If a man did that he would find time for little else. This evening, though, I picked up last Saturday's Record, and seeing that the postoffice appropriation bill was under consideration, with Mr. Loud in charge, I began to glance 07er the run mng debate. And in a minute or two this was what I found the gentleman who wants to make newspapers and books cost the people more, saying: u 'I believe the fact that the Postoffice Department to-day is run by the gov...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

8 THE ADVOCATE. ArKLL 1, Some News About Kansas. Topeka has a case of smallpox. A Troutman club is to be organized In Topeka. A mining exchange has been opened at Galena. Pawnee county is to hare an irriga tion ditch. A Populist club has been organized at Stafford. The postoffice at Logan was burglar ized March 27. Morrill is a stockholder in the Kan sas City Journal. A State irrigation station has been established at Liberal, The last bank in Sherman county closed its doors recently. Tcpeka mail carriers will be allowed nearly 35,000 for overtime. The Plainville Irrigation Company has been recently organized. The wife of Senator George I). Bowl ing died at Scandia March 2(5. A Topeka man regards it as criminal to encourage the use of bicycles. The notorious Bill West is now quar tered in the Shawnee county jail. Leland wants to be Chairman of the Republican National committee. W. II. Hlggins has launched the Atchison Tribune, It is a Populist paper. W. S. Tilton, formerly of the Os...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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