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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

1806. THE -ADVOOiLTIS. 0 NOTES ANDCOMMENT. Brig. Gen. Thomas L. Casey is dead. Carrier pigeons will be used in the navy An income tax law is about to be passed in France. The Mayor of Omaha has vetoed a curfew ordinance. The Pitchfork is a new paper at Nash ville, Tenn. The Raines liquor tax bill has become a law in New York. . Nearly all the fly paper in use is made at Grand Rapids, Mich. Yellow fever has broken out among the Spanish troops in Cuba. Senator Hill of New York is said to be for Morrison for President. The Oklahoma delegates to the Republl can convention are uninstructed . The Republican convention building in St. Louis will be erected by non-union labor The inhabitants of Porto Rico are now showing signs of rebelling against Spain The St. Louis Globe-Democrat attributes to Tillman a longing desire to be President, A move is on foot to locate Coxey's Sound Money at Akron, O., and make it a daily, The Republican State committee of North Carolina is in favor of fusing wi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

10 THE ADVOCATE. Afeil, 1, .1 HOME READING CONVALESCENT. The faver went at the tarn of the night, 6h lie Ilia Illy whlto and still, But bar yes are fnll of the old love-Ugbt: Shell live, If It be God's w 111. God's will, had It been to snatch her away, We had bowed, we had knelt, we had kissed the rod. Cat His own dear will bids our darling stay, And we, we Just thank God. M. E. S. in Harper's Bazar. So yondar poor o'erlabored wight, 80 abiect, mean and Tile, Who bags a brother of the earth To give him leave to toll. Then see bis lordly fellow worm The poor petition spam. Unmindful though a starving wife And helpless offspring mourn. Robert Burns. The Origin of Easter. The English name Easter and the German Ostern are most probably de rived from tie name of the feast of the Teutonic goddess Ostra, which was cele brated by the early Saxons in the spring of the year, and which was supplanted by the Christian feast. The old word ontor, which means rising, adds signifi cance to the name...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

1800. 11 CL0YXP.S, TIEOTHY, BILLET TJ 1 t74 Trumfcu!! Seed Co., 1428 SL Loe.1 Atm Kansa3 City, Ho MILLET CANE CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS SEEDS. GAIiDBl SEEDS, Bh H FLOWIK BHDS, Atoi -f l ' -"f Via wwj 1400-2 Uaton Arena, KANSAS CITY, MO. CATALOGUE 1896 FREE. THE ADVOCATE. r3 rL"3 rrx Cr""'!'i t'T...i.l i).i Y-- --iV-'irr-yi-V h' ntiw&.k hm l,.i t -3 SIFTING GARDEN SOIL. Description of in Implement Which Doee the Work Well. We don't Bift the bulk of the soil used on the benches, in flats and in frames; but we want an inch or two of the surface fine and nice, and always run what is wanted for this covering through a somewhat coarse sieve or sifter. An ordinary coal ash sifter, such as one can buy at the nearest hard ware store, will do well enough where only small quantities of soil are to be sifted. For larger quantities we may arrange a larger box, with wire mesh bottom, sliding over a wheelbarrow or, still better, make a sieve or sifter such us is shown in accompanying illustra tion...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

THE ADVOCATE. Apbil 1, TTTfVl ITF.I.T.Y. PrMnt TH03. B LEE. Vice Prast. E. B. OVERSTREET, 2d Vice Pres. -rrTV 7 TTTk!TT "5TT ana General Manager. Kansas wj Manager. o. i,ouia ugi. JOHN C. WHITE, 3d Vice Pres. CIIAS. KELLY, Sec and Treas. Inoorporatedi rcalcliax Capital, 0180,000. CONSIQN YOUR stock BOHiBllSSIOfi BO.' Cattle, Hogs and Sheep o 11 r t C1. ju. w eice 12 oee CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. ST. LOUIS. Kansas City Offices: 151, 152, 153 Life Stock Maue, Stoci Yards. r , , r;f t Thus. B. Lee. Fred A. Forslia. Kansas tuy j yrant jj, Mitcheucr. Jerome 1). Eubank. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Customers and prospective patrons write ) T7" o c a G fir TVTrw for market reports and special information. ) IVcHlodo Vltji'j 1Y10. KANSAS CITY STOCK YAED NOTES The following live stock commission firms are doing business at the stock yards: Wright & Hannah. Chicago Live Stock Commission Co. Lone Star Commission Company. Robert White & Co. - Irwin Bros. &Co. : Charles Dixon Commission Company...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

ID 1896. 8. D. IRWIN, Hog Salesman. A. D. IRWIN, Office. J. N. IRWIN and W. L. IRWIN, Cattle Salesmen. liWIN BROS. Live Stock Commission Merchants, Rooms 285 A B C, Exchange Bldg., Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo. Business EMM Since 1814. WM. WRIGHT, Cattle Salesman. W. S. HANNAH, Hog Salesman. Wright I Hannah, Live Stock ConMoi Merchants, Rooms 388 A B and C, Exch. Bldg., KANSAS CITY STOCK YDS. Market reports furnished. Reference: The Interstate National Bank. D.P.Durning, Humboldt.Ks., Solicitor. Cstnbllsliecl 1880. MARKET REPORTS. Kansas City Llv Stock. Kansas Crrr. March 30. Cattle -Receipts since Saturday, 4,138: calves, 64; shipped Sat urday, 9 0 cattle, no calves. The market was Slow and generally steady. The following art representative sales: SHIPPING AND DRESSED BEEF STEERS. No. Ave. Price. 40 1.393 $3.90 16 1.4i9 3.8:K 22 1,338 a75 22 1,315 3.70 19 1,493 3 65 5!i 1,173 3.e0 18 1,046 3.57 H 1 1,670 3.50 No. Ave Price. 57 l,f66 ni 20 1,527 a 80 40... 1.414 3.75 (! 1.336 3.70 4...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

14 THIS ADVOCATE: ApeIL 1, . KEEPING ROADS 0000. 'veafceea Boles Hecommended by aa EnjliJli Association. The Eoad Improvement association, of London, England, recently issued a circular containing 17 rules for the guid ance of roadmasters in keeping mac edam and telford roads in proper re pair, es follows: 1. Never allow a hollow, a rut or a puddle to remain on a road, but till ib up at once with chips from the stone heap. 2. Always use chips for patching and for all repairs during the summer sen son. 3. Never put fresh stones on the road if, by cross-picking and a thorough use of the rake, the surface can be made smooth, and kept at the proper strength and section. 4. Remember that the rake is the most useful tool in your collection, and it should be kept at hand the whole year round. 5. Do not spread large patches of stone over the whole width of the road, but coat the middle or horse track first, and when this has worn in coat each of the sides in turn. 6. In moderately dry weath...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

ADVOOAT2. 15 STORING WAGON BOXES beet Flan Is to Ele-ruto Them Entirely Out of the "Way. The wagon box is a cumbersome un wieldy affalr.and If set of! on the ground out of doors or under shelter takes up considerable space and is frequently much in the way. Decidedly the best plan is to elevate it entirely out of the way. It is then under shelter, which greatly prolongs its years of useful ness. One of the simplest methods of de rating the box is shown in the engrav ing, representing a portion of the in terior of a building with either plank or ground floor. Pieces of rope or wire are securely fastened about the box at a a, about two feet from either end. At the point it is desired to elevate it, two pulleys are secured to the joists, also two other pulleys at some con venient point along the side of the driveway. Through these two, pieces of rope (b b) are passed, they being for convenience. provided with a hook at one end to attach them to the circles of rope surrounding the box. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 1 April 1896

THE ADVOCATE. HP 1 rr.13 tZ'TJ Positively tho Greatest Bargain ever offered. T7e are startling the world. No description will do justice to this most Handsome and Elegant Silverware. You never saw anything equal to them! 1T ITU IB" aWsfsv, JJ i. Six Heavy Solid Silver Triple-Plated full size Souvenir Teaspoons, with the Bowls Gold-Plated both Inside and Outside, and only 99 Cts, Worth $9.00. They are not the common washed-over stuff, but are stamped "Leonard Mfg. Co. A 1," which is a guarantee of reliability and square dealing. This is the most wonderful opportunity you ever heard of. IT IS REALLY THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. MK llifel jjjtk'- Wh a stm mm mm mm mm M S ONLYm ki mMMBmm ! 0 FOR ALL SIX This Cut Shows Exact Size and Pattern of Spoons. You Will Never Have Another Chance to gat such beautiful spoons at such a low price. Yon mast send in your order si once. First come, flrst served. pirnCnnCP We positively cannot supply these spoons after this lot Is sold, and we t i ul.J CM ...

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

.'I VOL YIIL, NO. 15. TOPEKA, KANSAS APRIL 8, 1896. $1.00 A YEAR THE SOLDIER VS. THE CAMP-FOLLOWER. Republicans of the House Neglect the Former In Their Efforts to Take Care of the Latter. The bray of the average Republican politician and office-seeker about his love and the love of hia party for the old sol dier Is a familiar sound. The whole out fit has been particularly noisy during the Cleveland administration and in the campaign previous to the election of the present Congress the eld soldier was promised and assured that a Republican Congress would right all their wrongs, and that not only would he have prompt relief and fair treatment, but the gov ernment would be more than liberal with him. The old veteran who idolized Lincoln and the early leaders of the party, not yet having discovered that a new crowd was running things, thought his time had come and that now he would be the beneficiary of good pension legislation. The younger generation could have given him a few pointer...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

fira ADVOOATS3. Avb.il 8, HAILBOAD AGREEMENTS. j Interstate Commerce Commission Sab- raits a Beport in Beply to a Sen atorial Inquiry. Isolations, a copy of which 13 given ' Am, were Introduced la the Senate Jfiauar j 27 by Senator Peffer and -1 ;ptd February 13. Tha following ' th3 reply submitted by the Inter , tr.ta Commerce Commission: Complying; with the resolutions of lbs Senate, the Interstate Commerce Commission transmits the information respecting: certain railroad companies, ticlr customs, rules, regulations, "resrnenta, and charges, and the rea ccnableness and legality thereof. The resolutions of the Senate areas fol lows: In thi Senate of thi United States, j February 13, 181XV. Rewind, That the Interstate Commerce Commission be, and It Is hereby, directed to ialorm the Senate First. Whether there hat been a custom, rata, regulation, or agreement a long time fil iating among railway companies and assocla . tlons engaged In interstate traffic whose lines " fiiad to or thr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

1800. ft TXSH3 iUDVOO.A.T:EL' . the commission, and confine the courts, in proceedings to enforce the commis sion's orders, to the consideration of the record made and case tried before the commission. Such an amendment is necessary to the enforcement of any orders made by the commission. Though these recommendations have been made to Congress year after year, they have not received the favorable or mindful consideration of the legislative department of the government. Beside t.hpflo thft nther AmAndmnnta recom mended to Congress year after year by the commission are deemed essential to the effectual enforcement of the act in accordance with its spirit, intent and purpose. Mutual Admiration Societies. The Eastern eDd of the two old par ties is rapidly drifting into a mutual admiration Bociety. The following from the New York Sun, which, while pretending to be independent, is strongly Democratic, Indicates that it would not be much trouble to get all of them in line for one man. The ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

THE ADVOCATE!. April. 8, If) ' 7- "KKBOBKISK iTTX " 1 j PUBLI8HXD KTIIT WSDNISDAT BT THE AMZ2ICAN PEODUCT IDEA. this policy has brought us to. And It A correspondent asks what benefits is here that our correspondent will would accrue from the free and un- find the chief benefit which comes limited coinage of sifter that would from unlimited coinage. It places the not follow the coinage of the silver metal equal with that which is re product only. garded as the best. Gold now has no If cnantitv of metal coined is all limitation put upon its coinage, Gold THE ilDlOGITE PUELISlilfIG CO., that is desired, the difference would, coin is, therefore, treated as the "beat TOPISA, KANSAS. Cl.OO A YKAK. Advibtiaino Batxs Single Insertion: Dis play, Mcent per agate Hoe (14 lines to Inch); readlnz notices, 80 cents per line (count lines). Llbrl discount for long time and large space orders. Entered at the Postoffice at Topeka, Kansas as second-class matter. NATIONAL BXFOBX PEEKS ASSOCIATION. UNI...

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

1896. TjKEj advocate. 5 THE CUBAN SITUATION. Oar sympathies are all with the Cubans. We have none for Spain. Having considered well all there ia in our relations with Spain and with other countries bearing on the Cuban situa tion, and having given due weight to our international obligations and our duty to perform faithfully our part in maintaining the peace of the world, we are reminded that the Northern people of the United States grew weary of maintaing the institution of slavery for our Southern neighbors, and in like manner the whole body of our citizenship is now weary with sup porting Spanish dominion in our neigh boring island of Cuba. The earth is the heritage of the people, and the right to its use for purposes of subsistence descends to all men alike. No nation, no race, no people, colony or clan has any natural right 10 take and use any more of the earth's surface than Is necessary for the subsistence of its own population. The right of migration is inherent. A monopoly ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

6 TPIHS ADVOCATE. April 8, Some Observations by a tnrlst. EUEOPEAN AGRICULTUEE. , & more actable forms and assortment. r Oar lasting fruits can be bo sorted as Kansas Agricnl- to attract the buyers. Kansas apples, ' carefully sorted and properly handled, President Falrchild of the State Agri- can take the London market; for the cultural college spent 1895 in Europe, best apples I ate on the other side of He made a specialty of investigating the water were imported from Aus ricaltoral conditions. The follow- tralia. lag is the closing summary and con clusions of hla paper on the subject fcafore the Board of Agriculture: In this brief glance at European agriculture in comparison with our own, I find some striking contrasts, and some, to my mind, interesting sug gestions. A few of these may be briefly enumerated: 1. Crops are generally in compara tively email plats, sometimes very small. 2. All crops are in perfect tillage, ' We can introduce to a considerably larger extent the use...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

180CL THE ADVOCATE. WHAT IS BDIETALLISM? Gold-bugs Assume that Bimetallism Means Silver-Monometallism. "The claim set up that bimetallism and protection are inseperable," eays the New York TVi&ttne'invohres at the start the assumption that a thing is true which, in the judgment of the commercial world, is not true namely, that free coinage of silver is or can bring about bimetallism." And the Tribune adds that, in the judgment of the commercial world, the opening of our mints to silver would be followed by the expulsion of gold from mone tary use, silver-monometallism and a 50 cent dollar. This involves the assumption that on the opening of our mints to free coin age, our markets would be Hooded with silver, for the laws of trade forbid that gold should be driven out faster than silver was coined to take its place. The Tribune speaks of the old buga boo of a 50 cent dollar, but it does not explain how the expulsion of our gold, leading to a contraction of our curency, making mon...

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

THE ADVOCATE, Apbu. 8, lie News About Kansas. 3 HUliaon jury has again disa- .. -.1 - ' i ': 3 county Republicans are for . , land's second choice la said to V ..s Herald Is anew Democrat paper .''Join Vedder will move theHoxie ', :jocrat to Coffey vllle. Tn 3 Smith Center Pioneer has added , "Xensington department. John J. Miller of the Santa Fe Mon itor was married last week. A ticket composed entirely of women i i In the field at Spring Hill. A State irrigation experiment plant : ;.s been located at Jetmore. Mlnnssota ice sella at Osborne for C 1X0 per ton, freight prepaid. Lawrence claims the largest camp of ccs of Veterans in the State. uonsiueraDie sou is ueiug burusu ever in Rush county this spring. . into fJV(ltUCOl UUIWUI. aaiwvvu f Avon Senator Leedy for Governor. Thsrewill be a new time-card in '-Sect on the Santa Fe about May 1. The Jennings Echo favors the re r.cralaatlon of Congressman Baker. The registered voters at Topeka cumber 6,350, of which 1,000 are women. Kl 13...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

THE A.3DVOOA.T223. 9 political prestige. The Mayor would then gladly assist the telephone people in getting a new, and to them, satis factory f ranchiee. Thh may not work, hat it is a Eample of how things are done in old party circles. Two Douglas county farmers are under arrest for securing money under falae pretenses. They would haul corn to town, sell it to a buyer, have it weighed on the city scales, and after getting the weigher's check would take the corn to another buyer to sell NOTES ANDfcOMMENT. Brick Pomeroy is a very sick man. Exportation of gold have again begun. Prince Bismarck was 81 years old April 1. It is now stated that Czar Reed is an A. P. A. The Confederate Decoration day Is April 7. A remarkable gold strike has been made in California. A receiver has been appointed for a Chi cago church. it. Later the weigh check given by uUsMnventIon. tne city weignmaster wouia De pre sented to the first buyer, and they ' would again receive pay for the same load. The Republic...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

10 April 8, HOME READING KNEE DEEP! KNEE DEEP! Xnee deep I Knee deep! I am a child again. I hear the cow-bells tinkling down the lane. The plaintive whlpporwllls. the distant call Of quails beyond the bills whore night-hawks fall From lambent skies to fields of ripening grain. I bear the milkmaid's song the clanking ohala Of plowman homeward bound; the lumbering wain i And down the darklingrale, 'mid rashes tall Knee deep 1 Knee deep I We're all at home John, Wesley and little Jane, Dead long ago ; and the boy soldiers' twain Who sleep by purling stream, or old wall, In tome far-off unknown grave, We're all At home with mother heart-ache gone and pain, Knee deep! Knee deep 1 Henry Jerome Storicard. For Boys' Guidance. "Don't be deluded into the belief that it is smart to know things that you wouldn't like to tell your mother," writes Ruth Ashmore in an article on "That Boy of Mine," in March Ladies' Home Journal. "Don't think it is smart to listen to stories that are not nice and wh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

I THE ADVOCATE. CO-OPERATION IN COLORADO Something: About the Work of the Colony at N&turlta. A number of Kansana who were con sidering the advisability of joining the Colorado Co-operative Colony at Natu rita, on the San Miguel river, wrote the officers asking for considerable informa tion. Vice President John G. Otis, for merly of Topeka, gave the following information in response to the inquiries in a letter to J. H. Lathrop. As there may be a number of readers who are in terested in the plan, the letter is repro duced, although it contains considerable matter which has already been given Advocate readers. Mr. Otis says: "I will try and respond to your ques tions in behalf of the 'clubs' in regular order as propounded in your letter. "First Right to take the water from the San Miguel river, and the right-of-way for the big ditch, Is vested in the company or colony in their collective capacity, and no person, individually, has any interest whatever. "Second The colony will alw...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

April 8, :i:.hY, President THOS. B. LEE. Vice Presl E. B. OVERSTREET, 2d Vice Pret an I General Manager. Kansas City Manager. St. Louis Manager. JOHN C. WHITE, 3d Vice Pres. CIIAS. KELLY, Sec'y and Treas. Ix. ojrjorrtecl. I'txlcUltx Ciltl, 180,000. THE ADVOCATE. LIVE p STOCK Si Sellers of Live Stock. C' jcogo. Kansas City. St. Louis. TCiiT 151, 152, 153 liTfi Stoci Mam Ml Yards, Kansas Thos. B. Lee. Fred A. Forslia. aiik B. Miteliener. Jerome I). Enbaiik. . ; :;sas city stock yard notes lie following live stock commission firms dole business at the stock yards: : '-ifcjrt CV White Commission Company. C ' nrlea Dixon Commission Company. &t t & Isaacson, iia & Mcintosh. 'r:rs Commission Company, v iy.cn & Booth. . Peters & Co. , t Bros. & Andrews. ALytk Adair. '!"dL Welch & Co. ,i S. Tough & Son, Managers horse and - v.! a mart At. 11 ;her & Patterson. .Y7'righ.t& Hannah. CtlcoRd Live Stock Commission Co. Lone Star Commission Company. Irwin Bros...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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