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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

TPim abvooat: lCu A. A. MILLER, i 7 9 mm km S. D. IRWIN, Hog Salesman. A. D. IRWIN, Office. J. N. IRVflN and W. I IRWIN, Cattle Salesmen. mm Live Stock Commission Merchants, Rooms 2S5 A B C, Exchange Bldg., Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo. Business EstaMisM Sines 1814; WM. WRIGHT, Cattle Salesman. W. 8. HANNAH, Hog Salesman. Wright k Hannah, Livi Slut Cinisii Rooms 388 A B and C, Exch. Bldg., KANSAS CITY STOCK YDS. Market reports furnished. Reference: The Interstate National Bank. D.P.Durning, Humboldt.Ka., Solicitor. I5stf illllocl 1880i MARKET REPORTS. Kaumhs Ity Live Stock. KAfJaAs City, April ft Cattle-Receipts since Saturday, 5.0(50: calves, 40: shipped Saturday, 713 cattle: no calves. The market was steady to strong The following are repre sentative sales: SHIPPING AND DRESSED BEEK STEERS. No. 21.... 15.... 81.... 14.... 10.... 31.... 21.... 17.... Ave. Price. . 1,297 $1.00 .1,713 3.9) .1,29(1 .1.M2 .1.202 .1.163 .1,007 .1,319 3.8i 3.7.1 a 70 3. CO 3.50 a.3' No. 34 . . . 19... 21...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

April 3, i THE FARM WORKSHOP. "1 s Shop,' Bay Tool and Make mad Mead Thlnzt Toa Need. . farmer who thinks that the point i Iccn reached in labor prices where ; poflucer of crops most either go . . cut skilled labor or do it himself ."lit (3 on the subject as follows in a uiaonicatioD to Rural New Yorker: Th3 prices of all kinds of raw ma .rials ""are low, almost in proportion 'Ah farm produce. The partially fln . :d merchandise of the stores and fac ' lies is low and reasonable. The only that bars the farmer from having ',i .11 the comforts and many of the Inx ic3 of life is the high prices demand- 1 by skilled labor, so called. Winter ' 'ork on the farm is getting very scarce.. 'ItM, why not hire a cheap hand for the slater to dothenecesHary chores? Build . r utilize a good sized building for t'.op, make it warm and comfortable, .uy the tools and go at it, to makt or : : ".ad those things you need. Go ahead "villi a strong will to succeed; when in ibbt on any subject, buy a technic...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 8 April 1896

189& ADVOCATE. 15 ATMOSPHERIC IRRIGATION. A Considered by William Re In Th Irrigation Aje. There is nothing mysterious about th hot, withering winds of the plaim Nearly every state in the Union has at times hot, drying winds, but where the heating and drying basins are small the damage to crops is slight. The hoi winds come in short puffs because the heating surfaces are smalL On the plains are thousands of miles of unbrok Gk heat reflecting mesquite, gramma ' and buffalo sod. These plains become a great dry kiln, and the air cannot pass over it in any direction without having its capacity for moisture great increased. Plenty of water falls on the plains, 'but the unbroken ground is hard, the tough sod is almost impervious, and the " water rushes through draws and channels ' out of the country, and in three hours of sunshine the ground is about as dry as before the rain. We see no reason 'why the land cannot be made to pro 'duce good crops if the dry winds be al lowed to slake 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. — 8 April 1896

THE! ADVOOAT23. lmM Seed Co., JsGsPcppard. Vaha Avenue, KAfJ3A.1 CITY, WO. MILLET CANE CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS SEEDS. mm seeds, J 142 St Loats Ire., TT nix TIT- FLOWXE 08ZD8, CATALOGUE 18D8 FEES. L.uJZI3 L.'1!U BKRX8HIRC, Chpnter White, Jentey liad A Poland Cbioa lJM9. JsriWT. Unarnmrl Hoi- tia Cattle. lhorouhbtel Kbisep, Fancy Poultry, Hunting and Houne I)o. i Catalogue, S. V. SMITH, Cochranvllie, Cheater Co., Pa. POLAND- ' "' . J CHINAS S Shipped by express to 18 8tates and Canada. The original Wilkes, Corwln, Teoumteh, U. 8. and World's Fair blood. 100 hogs for sale. Write for one to Box 218, 1, Ottawa, Kansas. W. S.-HJU1IIJ Farms 8 miles northwest riAHTFn AGENTS DoHoVdm. k J ft If I ImU pie Sash Look tree by mail for Sc. lUmp. East sellers avar invonted. Beats weights J 1 58 adv. Write quick. BftOMAfiO CO.. Box I, fklladalalila. BRASS BAND Instruments, Dnimi, Uniform, Equip merits for Bands and Drum Corps. Low cm prices ever quoted. FineCatalog, 400 Illustrations, mailed frtt; it ...

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

f fj J$ i .in r-o u in in-JifJ hiii.-pu"1""1""!11"' I I., in M " w"MiiPiiffrrP- I "" r"as VOL. YIIL, NO. 16. TOPEKA, KANSAS, APRIL 15, 1898. $1.00 A YEAR THE CATTLEMEN WIN. The Ballroad Commissioners Order the Old Sate Bestored April 20. The hearing: of the stock rate matter before the State Board of Railroad Com missioners began Tuesday, April 7. A very large number of the leading stock shippers and commission men of the country were present at the hearing. The contention of, the stock shippers was thai the present rate, based on the weight of the stock and making 2,200 pounds a minimum car-load, was exces sive, extortionate and exorbitant, and that the old car-load rate should be re stored. The roads defended the new rate. The testimony of the shippers, most of them men of extended experi ence, showed that their complaints were well founded. J. W. Robinson of Eldo rado, who is quite well known as the "cattle king of Kansas," testified 1 hat he did not know of the shipment of a sin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

TSSH1 ADVOOAT32. ttnmiK mtifi'Miim iWn iL7ii'fc!i"ii'iii THE KAILROAD QUESTION. A Faw Facta that are Well Worth the Ear nest Consideration of all Think ing Men. by old bill Wisher. It is ray desire to city a few facts for the consideration of the readers of the Advocate, that are very significant, and yet have been only lightly touched on by any of the writers of the paper so far as I have noticed. I may be able to say what I desire to say In one article, and it may take two or three. I am going to point out a few facta with reference to the "transportation question," but I first desire to call attention to a few facts relative to the decline of prices of agricultural, products and farm ani mals for the purpose of comparison later on. In 1870 there were 2,659,085 farms in the United States, containing 407, 735,011 acres, of which 188,921,099 acres were in cultivation. In 1890 there were 4,581,641 farms, containing 623, 213,619 acres, of which 357,010,755 acres were in cultivation. T...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

ISiHi ADVOOAT23, Partisan Text-booki. Editor Advocate: The enables of the greenback are diligently at work Oar text-books on civil government for school use bid fair to become mere repeaters of the current phrases of money changers. An advance, has evidently been ordered all along the line by the money power, and accord ingly speakers are sent out, the coun try is flooded with ready-print 'gold-bug assertions, the great journals are bought up, politicians are coaxed, bribed or cowed into silence, the re ligious and educational journals are filled with Wall street argument, and even the text-books are being filled with the statements of the plutocratic side without one syllable of the other side as counterpoise. A cause which cannot be maintained if both sides be heard is truly a miser able one. The principle must be weak when no whisper of objections to it dare be presented. The . doctrine that cannot be maintained except by un questioning submission and acquies cence to it deserves...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

THE jAlDVOOjTEI. April 15, Published Etirt Wkdnisdat by THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO., T0F2XA, KANSAS. 01.00 A YEAK. Acvibtisino Rates Single Insertion: Dis play, 15 cents per agate line (14 lines to inch); rending aotices, 80 cents per line (count lines). Liberal discount for long time and large space oraers. Entered at the Postoffice at Topeka, Kansas as second-class matter. NATIONAL BXFOBfl PRESS ASSOCIATION. union1 ;r IlaBel Is it more revenue or more honesty that la needed in the administration of public affairs at Washington? The great Republican party of Kan sas la calmly waiting for Cy Leland to make up his mind who the party should nominate for Governor. The New York Legislature passed a bill authorizing the city of New York to expend $200,000 in providing free baths. Is that paternalism? Congress has not done much mis chief vet, but there is no telling what would have been done had not the Populists been standing guard. If the people were permitted to vote directly for candi...

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

1896. THE ADVOCATE. 5 THE EAINES LIQUOB LAW. The Raines liquor law, recently ap proved by the Governor of New York, is to be administered by a commis sioner, who is authorized to appoint a deputy, also a secretary and such spe cial deputies and clerks as may be re quired. The commissioner is to appoint not more than sixty special agents. These are to be confidential, and shall inves tigate all matters relating to the collec tion of liquor taxes and penalties under this act, and in relation to the compli ance with law by the persons engaged in the traffic in liquors. Any such special agent may enter any place where liquors are sold at any time when the same is open, and may ex amine any liquor tax certificate granted or purported to have been granted in pursuance of law. He may investigate any other matters in connection with the sale of liquors. The license fees for places where the liquor is drank on the premises are fixed as follows: $800 in New York city, $850 in Brooklyn; at $50...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

0 TSIII3 Jk.DVOOA.TIIl. April 15, GOLD GAMBLERS DESPEEATE The Dlfparity of the Money Metals Act aa a Premlnm on the Export of Silver - i using Countries. BY JOHN DAVIS. In the New York Forum for March, Mr. Edward Atkinson, the acrobatic attorney and statistician of the gold gamblers, says: 'One of the potent influences brought to bear by the advocates of free silver coinage, is an appeal to the superficial animosity against Great Britain. One can hardly refrain from loss of dignity In characterizing the combination of folly and fraud which is exhibited by these inconsistent promoters of free silver. Actuated by animosity against Great Britain thev yet propose to sus tain a policy which would enable her to pay for our farm products in bad money, retaining to her own use and benefit the gold, of which we heid the command, whenever we choose to ex ert It." There is "dignity" ( ?), falsehood and deception for you. If downright lying and the grossest fraud does not work a "loss of dignit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

THE A.2DVOOjTIS. 1896. THE EFFECT OF SILVER IN MEXICO. InreBponse to your request I give you below the result of my observa tions in Mexico. I spent only my winter vacation there, and during the tour visited twenty out of the twenty nine States which compose the United Scates of Mexico. I found countless numbers of our countrymen there, en gaged in every kind of business, and 1 met Mexicans of every rank from the President of the republic and the mem bers of the Federal Supreme court to the peon following the plow or mend ing the road. I talked with all and tried to get the truth of the situation fairly and impartially stated. That the country is now wonderfully prosperous i3 beyond question. None but the blind could fail to see it. It is equally certain that this prosperity is largely due to the fact that in our own country the value of the dollar has been doubled by the demonetization of silver, while in Mexico the standard of values has remained unchanged. The effect of our doubl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

8 THE ADVOCATE. April 15, Some News About Kansas. Newton has a curfew ordinance. St. Marys elected a Democrat Mayor. The woman ticket at Spring Hill was defeated. Emporia sports are organizing a base .ball club. A successful revival Is in progress at Princeton. Leavenworth wants the State reun ion of the G. A. It. An anti-Morrlll municipal ticket wan elected at Lincoln. A diamond thief was captured at Topeka last week. Postmaster Garten of Cimmaron was robbed of $100 April 7. Marsh Murdock denies that he is a candidate for Governor. AnewMasonic temple was opened at Salina last Thursday. Bond Bros.' circus will open the sea son at Wichita April 17. The expense of the last trial of the Hillmon case was $1,500. Coxey will speak at Pittsburg April 16 and at Girard April 17. Gove county Populists will hold their county convention May 16. A ticket pledged to the licensing of joints was elected at Caney. The Shawnee county court house was dedicated last Saturday. The Onaga Herald has disco...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

1896. 9 THE ADVOCATE. NOTES AND COMMENT. Louisiana has fifteen Populist papers. Gen. Simon Sam is the new President of Hayti. . Six inches of snow fell in Wisconsin April 9. The steel trust will advance the price of wire nails 25 per cent. California orange growers have a very profitable crop this year. The Portland Times is the new facial Populist paper in Oregon. The A. P. A. Republican ticket was elected in Kansas City, Mo. The Oregon Democrat convention de clared plainly for free silver. It costs about $5,000,000 to build andprop erly equip the modern war vessel. The war in Cuba is interfering with the South American jerked beef trade. The Legislature of Iowa will not make provision for a revision of the statutes. Trapping and hunting is still a profitable business in the northern part of Maine. There were forty-seven old soldier dele gates to the Oregon i-'opulist convention. The New York World claims a daily cir culation of nearly three-quarters of a mil lion. Gen. Weaver will...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

10 THE ADVOCATE. Apbil 15, HOME READING CUBA TO COLUMBIA. A voice came over the waters Over an edge of the sea Fairest of Freedom's daughters, Have you no help for me? Do you not hear the rusty chain Clanking about mr feet? Have you not seen my children slain, Whether In cell or street? Ob, if you were as sad as I, And I as you were strong, You would not have to call or cry . Yu would not suffer long. "Patience?" have I not learned It, Under the crushing years? Freedom have I not earned It, Paid but with blood and tears? "Not of you?" where does my banner wave? On an Egyptian shore? Or by Armenia's mammoth grave? Or at your very door? Oh, If you were needy as I, And I as you were strong, You should not suffer, bleed and die, Under the hoofs of wrong t la It that you have never Felt the oppressor's hand. Fighting, with fond endeavor, To cling to your own sweet land? Were you not half dismayed. There In the century's night, Till to your view a sister's aid Came like a flash of light? ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

1S3G. 11 THE ADVOCATE. ornce or Dlackwill'8 Durham tobacco Company. DURHAM, N. C. Deir5Ir: You are entitled to receive FREE from your wholesale dealer, WHITE STAR SOAP with ell the BlaokwolTs Gennino Durham Smoking Tobacco you buy. One bar of soap Free with each pound, whether 16 oz.f 8 oz., 4 oz., or a oz., packages. We have notified every whole sale dealer in the United States that we will supply them with soip to give you FREE, order a good supply of GENUINE DURHAM at once, and Insist on setting your soap. One bar of Soap FR F E with each pound you buy. Soap it offered for a limited time, so order to-day. Yours very truly, HULL'S Dl03Ar;3 TOBACCO COr.lPAHV. If you hart any difficulty In procuring your tttttiti scan, cut out thla notice and sand It with . yeur order to your wholesale dealer. Ill III! INI IW LJi LiU J V TlllMifl THE SILVER QUESTION. The Way in Which it Will Go Down Into History. The following is an extract from the "People's History of the United States," by John C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

Apsil 15, TH03. KELLY, President TH03. B. LEE, Vice Presi. E. B. OVERSTREET, 2d Vice Pres. and General Manager. Kansas City Manager. St Loula Manager. JOHN C. WHITE, 8d Vice Pres. CHA8. KELLY, 8ec?j and Treas. Inoorportited. J'tiicl-lrx Crltf il, 010.0,000. CONSIdN YOUR Cattle, Hogs and Sheep stock losiiiiissi THE ADVOCATE, OSliO TO Sellers of Live Stock. Chicago. Kansas City. St. Louis. . Kansas City Offices: 151, 152, 153 Lm Stool Eichaiip, Stock Yaris. Troatl0 rftv i Thos. B. Lee. Fred A. Forsha. Kansas Uty Frank B Mitci,euei., jer0me D. Eubank. KANSAS CITY STOCK YARD NOTES The following live stock commission firms ara doing business at the stock yards: Robert 0. White Commission Company . Charles Dixon Commission Company. Olander & Isaacson. Hale & Mcintosh. Rogers Commission Company. Knollen & Booth. M. S. Peters & Co. Ifloffett Bros . & Andrews . Ben L. Welch & Co. W. S. Tough & Son, Managers horse and mule market. Fletcher & Patterson. Wright &...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

13 8. D. IRWIN, Host Salesman. A. D. IRWIN, umce. j.r. ibwin ana w.uiKWin.catue Ejjesmen. ill BG0S1G0. Live Stock Commission Merchants, Rooms 285 ABC, Exchange Bldg., Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo. Business EstalsM Since .1874. MARKET REPORTS. Kansas City Live Stock. Kansas Citt, April u Cattle-Receipts ince Saturday. 4,829: calves, 161: shipped Saturday, 1,118 cattle, no calves. The market was uneven and ranged from easy to loo lower. The following are representative sales: 8 HIPPING AND DRESSED BEEF STEERS. No. Ave. Price 31 1,640 13.80 1 1,630 3.7 2 1,270 3.70 & 1,076 &60 34 1,075 150 10 1,300 3.40 3 1,280 3.40 1 1,433 125 No. Ave. Price. 33 1,421 L80 4t 1,202 3.75 16 1,253 3.6 15 1,216 3.55 2 I, AM) 150 21 1,264 34.1. 1 910 3.35 1 1,370 aoo TEXAS AND INDIAN Si'EiCRS. 24 1,051 $150 1126 cf 1,222 145 23 1,033 3.45 I 67 1,073 3.30 288 903 100 47 973 100 54 967 2.90 j 29 719 2.85 WESTERN STEERS, 66 1,266 !55 COLORADO STEERS. 40 1,300 J3.55 140 1,257 1 55 26 1,211 145 I TEXAS ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

TsnrtioLE money waste. Li'JCf la Eoad IJuiUlns I Misdirected All Over th Country. In a i"ecent report on the horseless carriages of France the United States ccjtiaul at JJavre says that "as solid, hraooth roads are quite essential to the successful use of the system, it will be necessary, before it can be profitably (applied in the United States, to bring our roads to the condition of European highways." That is unquestionably so; for j. i oof of which observe the ex jtorience of a horseless carriage which had to be shipped by railroad because the highways were in too bod a condi tion for it to move on. And that waa in New York state, too, and in the best part of it. We do need better roads, not only for horseless carriages, but for horse-carriages as well, and mule wagons, and oxcarts, and every sort oi .. . .... v-: 1 only an intelligent and systematic ap plication of our ordinary revenue to the making of loads on a scientific pIan.N. Y. Tribune, , ROADS NEED MOISTURE. Shade or Fr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

15 FRESH C0VV3 NEEDED. bUarlia Fata Are Sound to rredoalnat la Stripper'. Milk. The professional instructors In but- 'terrnaiking have had a time of it in ex plaining why a certain creamery is 'troubled with the body of ita butter, the commission firm saying tJiat the body is short and brittle and crumbles 'badly in retailing. One says there ia too much water in it, one says it waa worked too cold, one questions if the feed did not do the bad job, etc. It la 1 not easy for the creamery men to get to rthe bottom facta in all oases, as they ' do not know how the cows are handled. A private dairyman linds that feed does ' effect the hardness of the butter fats, Tthat a warm water bath after washing 'the butter will soften it so it will not Tbe so brittle, but the main reason for hard fats and brittle body is the lack of 'fresh cows. When the strippers are 'dried and fresh cows take their place Hhia trouble disappears. Stearine fata Ipredominate in strippers' milk as Hruly as they do wh...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 15 April 1896

CICiTO. TI20T3T, KILLET Trunitail Seed Co., 1428 St. Louis Ave., Kansas City, Ho. J. 0. Petard Ualoa Avenue, KANSAS CITY, MO. MILLET CANE CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRAS3 CSS03. f'LOWES 8ZXD8, CATALOGUE 133 FREE. ii fP 'f!) f?V''J Irjiiiiiiia) ''iiwiM '; fTS;' y 4u lwwfcW..Ht aiiiiy'lilllrilliiiJ Vni) 1 (iJI ? test la tho world, hot wamr. pipe avarern. Will i, hatch chicks whroothftra fall. Catalog-iis FVen, ' '-' bhoeiaiker Incubal.r Co Vreaport, M. 1.8. A. P , ' . J 'EXCELS.03 teller , v u'i J fop. Thousands la successful A-J.;. 4i j operJlon. fwtwt prle4 Ciroulars fio. ra II flrst!aS Jatohfir rfltad, fii4o. tor II EO. II. urAIiJL ffS. fVnlftTM. HlKtotgqS. 'W'"'1; Button House Corner Fourth and Kansas Avenue, TOPEKA, IiV. Per day; $ 1 , $1.25, $1.50. Per week, $5, $6, $7. Meals, 25 cents. C. E. DUTTON, Proprietor. ! j incubator .i . ' , watches Chickens by ateaza, f Absolutely el.rea-iilar.iit. . ft. . a to i X' I" f"i I f1 uo !mpieHv moil reiiaoie. - In th ffiAykHt. flrxnUx CHO. EJiTEL ii C...

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