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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 March 1898

10 1838. THE ADVOCATE AHDBEWB. to the party and all public affairs if the mass of the people should exercise their power without manipulation or officious direction! Under such circumstance the profoundest regret for the Coburn family, and their wishes in the matter, could be justifiably waived. Franklin Matthews, in Harper's Weekly: The people of Kansas are great readers. The daily newspaper is common at the fireside of the farmer even in the remote counties far more common, I believe, than in the East. To fancy that the Western farmer la not well informed as to the questions of the day is as serious an error as to imagine that the men out there invariably wear long whiskers; and although it Is a di gression, it la proper to remark that, for Its Blze, I never saw so many barber shops as there are in the city of Topeka. Fort Scott Monitor: The grand lodge meetings of the secret orders does a great deal to eoften the political animos ities of the men of all parties. Party lines are f...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 March 1898

14 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. MARCH 9, ' i'i T. .T..T -T..t. ,T..T. ,f r ' ' i I I I J J "I "l ' l"V "I "J t i t i t. : TnHI1 ft,,f..ff. t .t.t t t. I J I 1 I I 4 1 I I" : THE WAGE-EARNER. ( ' r!..l..t..ti.?l....t ' -1 i t t t ,T. .t. i T. .T..T., f . ,f ,f i .,T ..T. it.if i f ! if i T..Tnt..Tn T. The Al vrwate and Newt will be glad to recelre short communications on labor m attorn. i Mcularly in regard to the affair of anion In the State, the shorter work day, etc. (Jontri- i ... jions roust dc snort, as our apace is nroitea. wewantagoou corrusponuunt ana a suuscnp- i; V'l agent in.every union in Kansas, write ror particular. and while it might cost the miners their employment und cause them to be blacklisted over the State for proving the charges, If It should be imperatively necoesary for them to do bo, the men will appear at the proper time to prove them. Mr." McGrath would fain draw other officers of the State into the quagmire into which he has fallen, but our com munication of F...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 t l-1-1- n. t t .. t. I. rl I I I I l i The Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition, :: X Every Western State But Kansas Has Hade Extensive Arrangements 1 for ExhibitsSome Kansas Town Can Secure an Exception ally Fine Auditorium Herely by Showing Its Enterprise and Doing Its Duty. Work is progressing rapidly on the Trans-Mlssisslppl and International ex position at Omaha In preparation for the opening In June. More than fifty car loads of exhblts are on the sidetracks at Omaha, awaiting the completion of the buildings designated to receive them. The Government building te further advanced than any of the others. The contract provides that It la to be com pleted by April 1, and Engineer Furnan, the government engineer In charge of the construction, says the building will be ready before that time. He has already notified the several departments which are to make exhibits in the building that exhibits may be shipped at once, as the build...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 March 1898

10: THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAttCtl 9. Correspondence. (The Advocate and News solicits com minlcations on topics of Interest, written ro represent the opinion of the writers t!reof regardless of the supposed posi tion of the paper. Make your. articles t hort; one does not take up much room, tut when a dozen are received the publi cation of all necessitates brevity. The editor reserves the right to shorten any communication of over 750 words. The Reformatory flatter. B. W. CASE, SCPEBINTX2IDEHT. TMUnr Arivrvato nnA Nawb1 Sinrfl inch comment has been made about the fmtraent of an Inmate of this Institu tion, allow me to say that the whole ac count has been exaggerated and much cj It Is wholly false. When Thomas first became unruly Mr. Overmyer took him to' the cell-house alone and was not chased by him as stated. These stories Iiuyo conspired to injure the institution management by falsifying its record. The statement herewith eubmitted Is by the physician who served under Gov ernor Mo...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1353. 17 I YOU G-ET $2 WORTH m $1. 1 O" I 8 8 8 ! 8 0 8 8 BIGGEST, BRIGHTEST, CE8T' KANSAS WEEKLIES, THE V it Not a rehash of any daily; unlike any other Kansas paper; twenty pages every week of interest to the work ers of the State; a progressive, fearless newspaper, pub lishing only the best in news, politics, agriculture and literature; devoted to the best interests of the Home, the Shop and the Farm. A $2 paper for $1 a year. The Advocate and News is the successor and continu ation of the Topeka Advocate. Ex-Senator Peffer is a member of its staff, furnishing a page of "Current Dis cussion" each week. Its Practical Farm Notes are alone worth the price of the paper. It is the only paper in Kansas that has a special department devoted to the in terests of the wage-earner. It is a valiant defender of reform. Its illustrations are of a quality equal to those of any large daily, and its cartoons are strong and timely. If you want to keep up with the times, be i...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 March 1898

18 THE ADVOCATE AMD NEWS. MARCH , fjupreno (Continued from page 13.) tho land at th time of the attempted Venice. 4. Knott v. Tade, 08 Kan., holding that the return muBt show that the notice wan posted In a conspicuous place In the County All the Justices concurring. A true copy. AtteHt: JNO. MARTIN. Seal. Clerk Supreme Court. No. 10534. Josle Webb VH. John 8. Branner. Error from Shawnee County. REVERSED. Syllabus. By the Court. Johnston. J, 1. Where there In a statement in a case- made that It contains "the substance of all of the testimony," the evidence will be deemed to be before the court for purposes or, review. 2. An administrator or guardian Is pro- milted from purchasing trust property at hla own Bale, and a sale by him to another wno does not pay any consideration, and who Immediately transfers the property to the administrator or guardian, is void, and as much a violation or the lidu clary relation and as great a fraud In the aye of the law as it the sale had been made di...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 19 Direct Legislation and Legislators. ELTWELD POMEHOT, President National Direct Legislation League. KroraTbe New Time. How does direct legislation concern the honest legislator and remedy the present evils In legislation? It destroys the power for evil ol the lobby. Who will buy the legislator when he can't deliver the goods? It will be no use to bribe him, as a majority of the people will have to be bribed afterward. It puts the legislator above suspicion. Lobbyists icanhot threaten an honest man with charges of corruption, and by the use of a venal press actually, aa has been done, blast the reputation and fu ture of the unseducable. It makes the legi&Iator responsible directly to the people for each act passed and not re sponsible in a lump for his whole po litical career and deeds past and pros pective of his political party. It de poses him from the quagmire surrounded and perilous position of a shifting oli garchy of temporary despots of the ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 9 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 9, 1393. Cloven, Timothy, Millet, GARDEN 8EEE n T!3U"3l'LL SEED CO, MILLET CANS CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS SEEDS. l4Stt'2 Uatoa Artaao, KANSAS CITY. WO, FLOWKK SEEDS. CuUlofue for 181)8 Free. KJKAS CITY, OISS0UBI 20 wmm Si D.I a VA 3 L....M.I LA.'y VuL SHORT BUSINESS POINTERS VJTOCK UAISEIlrt -Would you like to own one of u the uest tork rued inn farms In eastern K a nuns We have It for sale, ttu) aoros twenty-three ml leu outhwvHt of Topeka: nine mllos south or Mnplaulll on the Hock Island railroad, and ten in I leu nort burnt t of KakrldKe on the Hants re railroad. 4UO acres In cultivation, of which over 2U) acres U best quality of creek bottom land; 260 acres panture, and Macros of tine timber. Mission I'reek run turoiiKD tne rarra and furnishes an unlimited supply of runnliiK wuter. i'rloe low and term easr to a responsible buyer. Accounting Trust Co., Topeku, Kaa. TpOU 8ALH OK KXCUANGH.-Tbrce nice elifhty X1 acre farm KM) per acre; Improved; wantl'opeka ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

I Devoted id ttiTcirifiiefeas "otttie Home, ttfshop and the larmj 11 n . ,.Ty, 11 . n official STATE Tenth Year, No. II. paper. i veak. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MARCH 16, 1898. They Robbed the Poor. Penitentiary Doctor in 1896 Buncoed an Old flan Out of $100, Play ing On the Death of a Son. AN EXAflPLE OF MANY STEALS. Some time ago Chaplain H. E. Ballou of the Kansas penitentiary received a letter from Wm. H. Shepherd, of Berry Station, Ala., Inquiring about the where abouts of Dr. G. A. Morrison, the prison physician during the Morrill administra tion, and stating that the Doctor had se cured $100 from him to assist in secur ing a pardon for his son, Claude William Shepherd, who was a convict, and who died In prison May 26, 1897. Attention was called to the fact that no pardon had ever been secured and that the money had not been returned notwith standing promises which were made that not one cent of It should be used unless the pardon was secured. Mr. Shepherd also stated that he had been ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 16, I y. : f to;.:! . Www THE KANSAS MINER AND THE SCRIPAND SCREEN INDUSTRY BY DAN DENHAM lng the downward grade of the miner's change will be permanent, for no class j last fifteen years in waiting for Justice ! Kansas. condition. It is to be hoped that the of people has been any more patient in the than have the miners of southeastern ILlulMATtONt tnr MUM U. 111! fflNWMWWI IV. The general public hears little else about the miners' troubles other than the publicity gained through the workings cf the scrip and screen systems. There are, however, several other ways In which the compensation for his labor la lessened. It Is the miner's experience that the system by which the company doctors and blacksmiths are employed does a great deal of harm. There are compulsory " doctors and "optional" doctors. The companies which employ "compulsory" doctors take one dollar a month from each man's wages ostensibly to pay the doctor, and the miner In return Is entitled...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

8' ms. THE ADVOCATE AM) NEWS. BAGS AHOTHER COMBINE. KcM Goes After the Anti-Robate Board Maintained by Insurance Companies. Insurance Commissioner McNall haa discovered another of the series of com bines maintained by the insurance com panies. It is the anti-rebate board. The purposes of the board are Bhown by the following extracts from the contract signed by the companies who are par ties to it: "That on the decision of the referee that any person connected in any ca pacity with any company, party hereto, haa made any rebate in any manner whatsoever, directly or indirectly, such person shall immediately be dismissed from the service of said company, and shall not, for a period of one year there after, be again employed by any com pany hereto. "That a fund of $10,000 shall be placed in the hands of such referee, which fund shall be contributed and continuously maintained by assessment on the sev eral companies parties hereto, in pro portion to the amount of insurance written in the...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ?4 MARCH 18, ; From Actual Experience. The Advocate and News solicits short contributions on matters of Interest to the farmer. Experience rtems from Kansans are particularly desired. Write for our clubbing rates with the leading farm Journals. To Tell Fresh Eggs. There la no known method for telling with absolute certainty If an egg la fresh without breaking It, but the following testa are all of them good and will en able the farmer to know whether he ought to market hla eggs or keep them at home. A fresh egg will nearly al ways sink in water. When held to a strong light a fresh egg 1b clear and no jMTintg of the contents will be felt when the egg is shaken in the hand. A hard boiled egg from which the shell readily peels is not strictly fresh, for the con tents of a fresh egg adhere closely to the shell. The Value of the Weeder. There are few agricultural Implements which have proved their value to the farmer so largely in advance of their cost as the weede...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1853. Should the United States Produce Its Sugar? Secretary of Agrtoukure James Wilson In tbe Forum. Efforts are being made in the United States to extend the growth of sugar producing plants by ascertanlng through eclentlflcally-conducted re search at State experiment stations, and by private enterprise, under direction of the Federal and State governments where such plants will flourish best, to the end that vre may as a nation be come Independent of other countries in this regard and distribute among our own people the Immense sum of money that Is now sent abroad to pay for sweetening materials. This eubjoct should be discussed from etandpoint of the farmer rather than from that of the political economist. The farmers of our country produce from the soil grains, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, fruits, horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, va rious animal products, and the like; and if they can add to our farm systems any crop that yields an article of common use, 13 no...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

0 MARCH 18. THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. I CONCERNING KANSAS, j; "I BY J. W. MORPHY. &4.H4WW'H'H I-liH-W-M-M-H 1 1 II 11 HI 1 1 1 1 IH-H-t CONVENTIONS. POPULIST. Btata (Placa cot nmd), Jun 15. Coiunlonal-Hlxtbdlatrlot,Bmlto Canter, Jane T. " Seventh " Uutcblnion, May IS. REPUBLICAN. fitato HuWhlnxm. June 8. ... Congretalonalklrat dlatrlct, Ilorton, April 12. " Heoond " Ot tawa, May . " s Third " Indeptmdenoe, Apr. 8. " Koulth " Kniuorla, May 10. Flftb " Belleville, April 20. Blxtb " Belolt, J una 15. ' " tteventb " UutohlDHio, May 6. Judlolal Twenty-tbird dlatrtcl, Ellla, April M. DEMOCKAT. State Atoblaon, . ," OonfreBloDal-'oortb dUirlot, Emporia, . PBOUIBITION. State Emporia, Jane 7. Gove City la trying to build a town hall. , Atchison wants the Populiet State convention. An antl-bootlegger ticket la likely to be nominated at Chapman. An epidemic of measles la hindering the work of the State normal. The Le Roy Reporter Is pleased with the operation of the hedge law. Ex-Representativ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND; NEWS. 1838. . WH11 1 II 1 I I I 1 1 1- 1 1. 1 1 1. . i. t 1. 1. 1 .t t. . 1 . I 1114 t 1 i t i l r i T I l I I l f l T41 t GENERAL NEWS NOTES t .. t .1. t..f..t-tt, f ,t, tut itn tl tilt ' Many new poetofflces are to be lo cated In Alaska. The constitution of Missouri prohibits the re-election, of the Governor. The United States battleship Mont gomery arrived at Havana March 9. Counterfeiters la the California pen itentiary have been making bogus nick els. The American Peace Society set apart last Sunday as a day for prayer for peace. Paul Kruger haa been re-elected to the Presidency of the South African Re public. Northern Michigan got a heavy snow storm, which waa virtually a blizzard, last Thursday. Municipal, elections held In New Hampshiro last week ehow substantial Democratic gains. The Spaniards don't seem to be su perstitous. Their latest war vessel is named Alfonso XIII. An increase In space has been asked for the exhibit of the United States at the Paris ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 16, f ti iiitiit.iti it, t. ii rrn n n i "H-H IRESIDE - SCRAP-BOOK? THE MINOR HOLE. ,', (Xfc have 70a won a star upon the tftga, ' Xi n21 tho freedom of emotion's rago, ' ,t'oruif the house to marvul at hi skill : Ami tiiandor plaudits with a hearty will. Eat did you note that other play or then r Who matched the loading actor' mock despair, Who Ititl no lino to speak or work to do, 1o who was there to make tho background truo; Vvliorie every thought must aid (as caoh might .; Ktar) t Xbe bright effulgence of tho flaming start J.n;l did yon stop to think hla thaukleai part Of doloj nothing took the greater art? 1 'l'a no in life. We often much admire A man whom nothing aeema to daunt or tire, '( V.'huuo energies aro like battullons hurled Agnlnst his foe and aodlonco, the world. lint do you note that other tutor there, ' 1 That woman of his household and his care 'A lio can do nothing more, nor would do lues, Than live the background for his life's suc...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

1333, 9 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. FOOTE (No. 5) Lieutenant William L. Rodgers. At Norfolk, Va. WlNiJLOW (No. 6) Lieutenant J. B. Born- adou. At Norfolk, Va. roitTER (No. 6) Lieutenant J. C. Freo- mont Same as Dupont IN RESERVE. MINNEAPOLIS-Capt J. II. Bands. At league Island. COLTJMBIA-Capt J. II. Sands. At League Island. PURITAN Capt. P. F .Harrington. At navy yard, Norfolk, In reserve. FISH COMMISSION VESSELS. ALRATROSS Lieutenant Commander J. V. MoHer. At San Francisco. FISIJHAWK-Lleutenant Franklin Swift The foregoing shows none but the ves sels in commission. The llat which fol lows comprises not only those In com mission but those in various stages of construction and repair, classified ac cording to their rank and value in war fare: ARMORED VESSELS. First-class battleships KearsarKe, Ken tucky, Alabama, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, Massachusetts, Oregon. Second-class battleship Texas. Monitors-Monterey, Puritan, Monad nock, Terror, Amphatrlte, Miantonomoh. Armored cruiser...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

10 MARCH 16,- THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ADVOCATE AHI OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. A Kansat Newtpaper DevoUd to the Beet Inter- est of the Home, the Shop and the Fat m. PisMsfced Every Wednesday, ct Topeka, Kiimi. OEO. D. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Pbopbiktors. Ruborlptlovi Rate: One pv one ymr by mail, $1. In cMn of Un or more, by mail, one year, 76 cent each. The advtrtMno rate of The Advocate and Newt art low. Eatimattt will be mate and pricet fur nUhal on applicatUm. No extra charge for cuU, etc. The tnMlhirt rtnene Ui riyht to reject any objectionable adtertitina. The rcadert of thit paper may consider any adoertincment which ap pear herein an rnnttfMina a firm whim reliabU tty ran he voucheil for by Uie puldUhen. The Advocate wut entablimfd in ana wat tonnoMaUd with Tlie Kanme Newt in tm7. The Advocate and New it the oJJU-Ud State paper, and hat a turner circulation than any other Kamat weekly whkh recelm advertUtnuntt. for information regarding tubscriptiunt and advertMna rate, add...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

li 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. t t-1 t. t t 1. 1 t t i t TH i Tf V i t ill 4 i 1 4 1 i t 41 r I CURRENT DISCUSSION. !; By EX-SENATOR PEFFER. "W,,I"I"I"I"f' The Nebraska Railroad Decision. Knasas papers look on the case lately decided by Justice Harlan, as Involving the question whether a State Legisla ture has constitutional authority to es tablish maximum charges for carrying freight. This, it would Beem, is error. A close examination of what the Judge said in this case and of what is said by Judges in all cases in which arises the mater of legislative authority over the compensation of carriers especially carriers by railroad equipment will disclose the fact that the opinion rests not on the question whether the State may set a limit above which the carrier shall not go In his charges, but whether a Legislature may fix a rate that will not yield a reasonable compensation to the carrier. That is tha question and the only question in all these cases. If the law should prescribe rat...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 16 March 1898

12 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 16, "H-ilil1WW4l"H"l"l"I"l"I"I"M-l Minil H"I"H I1H I-f PUBLIC OPINION. A20UT Minneapolis Better Way AAiiAd j. Burton would scale down the government debt as success fully as ho did his own we would favor Mm for United States Senator Instead of Baker next time. Howard Citizen (Pop.): E1 R. Ridgely la the unanimous choice of the Populists and we believe of all the sliver Democrats of this district. He Is an able, conscientious man and a true rep resentative. The people will hardly trade a man like Rldgely for a jack-leg lawyer. Minneapolis Better Way (Pop.): Some of our Populist exchanges are object ing to holding the State convention in June on the ground that the farmers are busy during that month. If our es teemed contemporaries can name a month when the fanners are not busy we will favor It. Beloit Gazette (Rep.) : The Union Pa cific road purchased the Kansas Pacific at the sale last week, and there will be no change In the management. The gov ernme...

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