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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1393. 13 the good senee to Ignore, and we might aa well "fesa up." Impulsiveness la the Yankee's greatest fault, and trying to lie out of it Instead or frankly saying we were wrong seems likely to become the Kansas plan, without regard to poll tics. Western School Journal: The "trav eling library" is working its way stead ily into the rural parta of several States, In brief, It ia a select library sent out at the expense of the State or of private individuals to country communities. The library remains a specific time at each point; then is moved on to give place to another selection. The cost of transportation and other incidentals is borne by each neighborhood. The books are pure and elevating in tone, and are selected with reference to the young and the old. The women's clubs of Kansas have begun to agitate the question of traveling libraries, and we may hope to see wheels and books set in motion per haps before the close of this year. All the libraries whi...

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. — 23 March 1898

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 23, THE WAGE-EARNER. !! lka k nnni.ta .. A . . Ill 1. 1 i I ..1 d. 1 . a I i . . . m uo kiiiu iucdivu siiurv ctiiumunicuuons on wux)r matters, particularly In regard to the affairs of unions In the State, the shorter work day, etc. Contri butions must bo short, us our space In limited. We want a good correspondent and a subscrlu- tlon Airnilt. In nvnrv nnlnn In ITunuiw VJrta trim nn.tlxnlnu What a Successful Strike Does. Previous to the recent strike the United Mine Workers of America had lea than 20,000 members. To-day there are so.uuo in the union. Conference of Cherokee and Crawford Miners. A delegate convention of the miners In the district composed of Crawford and Cherokee counties has ben called to meet at Pittsburg to transact Important busi ness, uacn snare is entitled to one del egate. Barbers Organize New Unions. The barbers of Moline, 111., Rock Island, 111., Davenport, la., and Belle ville, in., have organized local unions. They are gettin...

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. — 23 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 16 THIS WEEK'S MARKETS. Chicago Grain and Produce. Chicago, March 21. Wheat Wheat to-day was easy at the opening, but later became strong. Trad ers were influenced at first by the large receipts here and in the Northwest, by lower cables, and by the large world's shipments, and moderate selling by some traders caused an opening decline of about c In July, trades ranging from 84fcc to 84c. Chicago receipts were 309 cars, far beyond the estimates of Saturday. Of this number ninety-two cars were of the contract quality. Mix ing houses also contributed eighty-two cars of contract wheat, making the addi tions to the contract stocks to-day about 154,000 bushels. Northwestern receipts were 473 cars, against 444 last week and 394 a year ago. Liverpool was about d. lower. Prospects of a cold wave soon caused a change in sentiment. Very cold weather was reported in the North west and predictions that it would spread to the wheat fields of the West' started shorts ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 March 1898

16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 23, A. P Ml for " They 11 do you good? a physician said in giving some pills to his patient, a woman who had suffered for months from diseases which baffled skillful treatment. His words proved true. The woman rejoices. Cobalt Mines In Wyoming. Chicago Inter Oootn. "Cobalt is better than gold. A cobalt mine U more desirable than the richest golden bonanza of all the Itocky moun tains." This la the talk one hears at the Miners' National Bureau of Denver; this U the talk that la electrifying the Western mining world; for cobalt has been discovered at Grand Encampment, Wyo., find the French mineralogist, Charles Poulot, has added new laurels to his reputation for the discovery. It Is not the first discovery of cobalt In America, but It Is probably the most notable. The metal is never found In a pure state, but mixed with nickel, copper, or some other element. Cobalt ore Is worth $32 per ton for each per cent, that the ore contains, and the French mineral...

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. — 23 March 1898

17 18D3. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Published March 23, 1838.1 KANSAS RESULATOS COttBMIXS CAT TLE TRAOTTATO. PROCLAOATIOf! Quarantining Certain Localities On Account of Texas Fever. State of Kansas, Executive Department, Topeka, January 31, 1898. All ruleB and regulations Issued prior to this date are hereby revoked. Whereas, As per "regulations concerning cattle transportation," by the United States Department of Agriculture, under date of December 15, and special order of Decem ber 16, 1897, modifying quarantine line for the year 1898, that a contaglouB and Infec tious disease, known as splenic or Southern fever, exists among cattle In the area ot the United States hereinafter set forth: Now, Therefore, I, John W. Leedy, Gov ernor of the State of Kansas, for the pur pose of preventing the Introduction and spread of said disease In this State, do, by virtue of the authority In me vested, hereby proclaim that any cattle Imported from the said area or district Bhall be brought In subject...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 23. The Work of the Red Crosa. Clara Barton, Prenldont of the American Hod Crovi. The Red Cross flag has no Christian meaning In the sense that many suppose. It la broader than Christianity Itself, be cause it has neither prejudice nor bonds; Christian, Mohammedan and pagan are the eame la the eyes of the Red Cross, The choice of the flag was a well-merited compliment to Switzerland, who had given her kind services in the cause by officially issuing the Invitation to the nations of the world to meet in confer ence, and by providing the place. Her national flag is a white Greek cross on a red ground, and the colore were simply reversed. In each country that adopted the treaty, one national organization is formed, and that society alone Is recog nlzed by its national government, also by each other national organization and an International committee located at Geneva, Switzerland, the latter being the medium of communication and assist ance between nations...

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. — 23 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1393. 19 Why the Postal Deficiency? Extract from speech by ContrrMsinarj J. D. Hotkln March 8, Iti'M. The report accompanying this bill states, on pago 2. that the cost of trans porting all mail matter averages 8 cents per pound. Postmaster General Blssell a report for 1894, page 33, and Wilson's for 1895, page 31, make the eame state ment. This 8 cents per pound, accord In to the Bame reports, is for an aver age distance of 448 miles. In the first volume of the Interstate Commerce Reports, page 351, it la stated that the actual contract between the ex . press companies and the railroads is one under which the express companies pay 40 per cent, of their gross earnings to the railroads. The average rate charged by the express companies is 1 cent per pound for 500 miles. Thus the rate paid by the express companies to the railroads for transportation is about four-tenths of a cent per pound, while the rate paid by the government to the railroads is 8 cents per po...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 23, 1SS3. Clovers, Timothy, Millet, .0A0B31 SEEDS, & JBXOWEIt SEEDS. ' VJl., Catalogue for 1091) Free. ft TRUrilDOLL SEED CO., Vv iJ9A rT mint sue rJ.G.Pcpsrd Ualoa Artnut, KAN8A8 CITY. MO. MILLET CANE CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRASS SEEDS. 1-rt.v n kvui nit,., KANSAS CITIT, MISSOURI. 20 Gammoth White Artichoke SEED FOR SALE J Sure cropper and enormous ylolder. From an experience of eight years in raising tbera extensively for my hogs, I Ond them a neres stty tn the production of cheap and healthy pork. For further particulars and prises. Haytlon, Fhelps Co., Neb. Addressee FOH SALE rhnlpa lnnn ALVAf.PA SEED and Choice Red Northern SElcD OATS. Do not buy until you see ns. mfflVirn TobuyCANK HEED " 1 0 Eh 1 1 and BULLET SEED M I and lurrilt CORN. M. ALEXANDER & CO., 113 East Fourth fit. - TOrEKA, KANSAS. SHORT BUSINESS FOSTERS LiTOCK HAI8EU8 Would you like to own one of k) the bent utock reedlnii farms in eastern Kansas? We b It for tale. 8UU acrei twentr-t...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

I Devoted to rtieltefll And the farm Tenth Year, No. 13. OFFICIAL HTATK rAl'Eli. 91 YKAKi TOPEKA, KANSAS, MARCH 30, 1808. KVERV WKDNUCST) I'KICK HVK t'KN'iS. Kansas Cattle men Organize The Initial Meeting at Abilene Prom Ises a Successful Work for Our Stock Interests. MUCH EXPECTED OF THE COW The Kansas State cattlemen's conven tion met at Abilene last week. After addresses of welcome and responses the benefits of a general State organization were discussed. One of the first speeches was by Secretary Coburn. He said that , it required little effort to discover that a large measure of the future wealth and greatness of Kansas must come through her meat products "meats evolved from the grasses and grains which her soils yield In a maximum of abundance for less tickling than any others of which agriculturists, geologists and ,other wise men possess knowledge." Nature had made Kansas a marvelous blending of pasture and corn fields, the domain of grasses. The foundations of profitable an...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 30, ' A SAMPLE STATE HOUSE JOB. (Continued from page 1 ) To cutting and drayage on same, To 300 feet 5 in. tile for partition, at 9 c To keg of nails To J. Thomas Lumber Company, for lime and cement and lum ber, as per bill rendered To 21 yards of sand, at 30c To 18,700 brick, as Vitrified Brick & Paving Co.'s bill, at $7.60 per M, as per bill ren dered 140.25 To 642 sq. ft. of Bky light glass, at 35c To 40 days' labor for tinners, at $4 1C0.00 To 60 days' labor stone cutting, 13.20 211.20 To 23 days' labor, mason, $5.... To 23 days' labor, mason, $3.20.. To 65 days' labor, carpenters, $2.50 162.50 To 145 days' labor, laborers, $1.50 217.00 1.50 31.20 7.00 63.03 6.30 55.70 115.00 73.60 $1,389.16 Plus 10 per cent 138.91 $1,528.07 Itemized bills returned, on file with State House Architect. O. K. J. C. HOLLAND, State House Architect. O.K. J. P. STANTON, Supt. Topeka, Kas., June 26, 1895. I do hereby certify that the within was contracted for by me fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AM) NEWS. A MINE DID THE WORK. Court of Inquiry Says that the Maine Was Blown Up from the Outside. Tho President sent the report of the Maine court of Inquiry to Congress ac companied by a message, on Monday. In the message it is stated that the Maine was sent to Cuba January 25 on a friendly visit, that It was so received and was given the customary salutation and honors in the Havana harbor. The effect was so good that the Consul Gen eral recommended that a war vessel be kept at Havana. At 9:40 p. m., Feb ruary 15, the Maine was destroyed by an explosion. In this catastrophe two offi cers and 260 of the crew perished. Prompt assistance was given by the neighboring veeBela and especially by the Spanish cruiser Alphonso XIII and the American steamer City of Washing ton. The wounded were generously cared for by the authorities at Havana and tributes of grief and sympathy were of fered In all official quarters of the island. The President then refers to the feeling of res...

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. — 30 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NETS. MARCH 30. Mm From Actual Experience. The Advocate and News solicits short contribution! on matter! of Interest to the farmer Experience ttetni from Kansuns are particularly dentred. Write for our clubbing rates with tue leading rarm journals. To the Growers of Corn. The following address has been issued by the officers of the American Maize Propaganda: To the Corn Growers of America: The Corn convention, which met In Chi cago February Kith to consider the agri cultural situation in general and the In terest of corn in particular, orKanlzed the American Maize Propaganda. The central object of the organization Is an effort to permanently and legitimately advance the price of America's greatest crop by pro moting a larger use of Indian corn at home und abroad. Coming changes In dietary habltM of the world make the present an opportune time to advertise abroad the virtues and relative cheapness of corn as food. The officers of the Propaganda have already laid befo...

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. — 30 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1S03. 5 lime spray, which is used la California, la as follows: Unslacked lime, 40 pounds; sulphur, 20 pounds; salt, 15 pounds. Ten pounds of the lime is first slaked and boiled with the sulphur In twenty gal lons of water for three hours. The re maining lime and the salt then added and the whole boiled another hour. Enough water la then added to make sixty gallons of solution, which is strained before using. This la sprayed on the trees during the winter when the trees are dormant. It Is also an excel lent antl-fungua spray. Seasonable Hints. If the barn made manure has not been put on the land, or at least If It la not under cover where It la protected from the action of the weather, you are de liberately robbing yourself of part of the Income from the farm. All dumb animals are provided with an Instinct which it quite as acute in its way as man's reasonolng, and they will respond in various ways to kindness and humane treatment and quickly show It when the ...

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. — 30 March 1898

Q THE ADVOCATE AND. NEWS. MARCH 30, l 1 i I t I. t t ,t..1..f..t..t..t..f..t.ll.tl.f..f .t..t..t. T I J I I I 1I l I I V I I 4 I I I I" I DY J. W. MORPHY. ill 1 1 IT CONVENTIONS. POPULIST. Stat (Place not named), June IS. Congreolonal-lfonrth district, Kmporta, May 17. " Hlxth dlmrlot. HiultnCenUtr. JuneT " Beentn " linuinlnaon, May 18. REPUBLICAN, 'flute llotcliluaon, June 8. Coiigreniil.iDfcl-Klnt dlntrlct, Horton, April 13. ' Htjoond " Ottawa, May 8. " Third " Independence. Apr. 4. " Koultb " Kmporle, Mar W. fifth " BelfeTllle. April 28. HI nth " Belolt, June 1&. " BTtiilb " UuWjUlnnon, May S. Jiidlolal-Twenty-ttilrd district, Kill, April 1. DEMOCRAT. Blate Atoblaon. . Con-reiiioiial-j!'(mrtn dlvtrlot, Emporia, . PKOUIB1TION. State Emporia, June 7. Iola now claims a population of 4,000. C. M. Sheldon is still talking of buying the Atchison Champion. Funston's friends claim the Douglas county Republican delegation. The Democrats and Populists have separate city tickets in the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. direction for thirty-two years. During all these years he has been an ardent ' consistent and active Republican and his recognition In a substantial way is fully merited. Colonel Tomllnson. whose Ideas of what constitute true Democracy change almost as rapidly as the weather, an nounces with double leads that "Bryan Is a pretender to the Democratic throne" and that "It Is not toy any means lm probable that the rightful claimant, I. e., cx-Presldent Grover Cleveland, may be preparing, at the call of duty, to once more leap In the saddle as the annointed leader of the Democratic party in 1900. Lightning struck the smokestack of the electrical building at the State unl versity last week and It was burned The bulldlne. which cost about $16,000, was built within the past five years. The machinery, which cost about flz.OOO, and which had been carefully selected by Professor Blake, was damaged so badly that It Is now of no value. The loss is severe, not only in dolla...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

8 THE ADVOCATE . AND .NEWS.1 MARCH 30, jj FIRES! DE" SCRAP-BOOK f WHY 8IIOULI) WK MOUKX? Why Hhould wo mourn for those who kloep Within the qulot toinbT 0xl only known If tin y hod llvod Whut would have boon their doom. Oh, bettor far spure ull our tours For thctfo who go uHtrny I The doad within their qulot graves Are hnpplor fur than they. Why should we weep for hor whoo life Wm as the flowers pure? An oconn of our tours would not , lioro blius to her soeuro. But mourn for Uioho poor fragile onoi Who still dwell on the enrth And pray that virtue' tlowor fair May in thoni taring to birth. Oh, shed no tours upon the gruves Of thorn) who die in iiku, For thoy are huppier fur than we Who mill life's buttles wiii,'" I They Hlocp in iHineo, Heuro from wooe, Beneath the silent sod. Tin ir enrth freed spirits know no griefs Communing with their Uod. Finley Johnson in New York Ledger. The Constraint of Love. New York Obaorver. There Is certainly no more sweet or efficient constraint than t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

THE. ADVOCATE AND HEWS. 1893. 1arAlWi.wJi.v!l C irMs'r sseessee sssV5Ve assies aseessf READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. YOUTH AND AGE. If youth could know what age knows without teaching Hope's instability and love's dear folly, The difference between practicing and preach ig The quiet charm that lurks in melancholy, The after bitterness of tasted pleasure, That temperance of feeling and of words Is health of mind, and the calm fruits of leisurt Have sweeter taste than feveriah zeal affords. That reason has a Joy beyond unreason, That nothing satisfies the soul like truth, That kindness conquers in and out of season- If youth could know, why, youth would no. be youth I If age could fool the uncalculating nrgence, The pulse of life that beats in youthful veins And with its swift, resistless ebb and surgenci Makes light of difficulties, sport of pains; Could once, just once, retrace the path ami find it That lovely, foolish zeal, so crude, so young, Which bids defiance to a...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS; MARCH 30, THE ADVOCATE AND. NEWS roii TlltlKME SHOP AND FARM same time give him bettor protec- he la now getting and at much lower rates, la thoroughly practical. It will be a plank of the next State plat form of the Populist party. OFFICIAL PAI'KR F TIIK STATE OV KANSAS. PiltfstseJ Every Wdaei Jajr.it Tojxka, tonus. UEO. D. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Proprietors. fiabccrlptlon Rat: One eojnj one year by maU, It. In ehIn of ten or more, by mall, one ynur, jo cent ttun. The advertising rate of The Advocate ami New are low. KutiiiuUri will be mute and price fur- tmiwi on amnuMum. ivi extra ciutrye. for cum, tie. The pnhlOther renerve the right to rtjert any twjeciioiuune advenmng. The reader of inu paper mau eomuicr any aaverwcmtnt which an- Iffurt herein an retire tenting a firm whime reliabU' tu ran be vauchetl for bu the tubiuher. l'tie Advoete wm CHtablMud in tuns, and wan eoiuolUiaUd with Tile Kanmtt New in IK7. Tlie Advocate ami new U the official ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

11 1893. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, 4-1-1 1! 11 1 II MM 11 M II IflWtWWH-mWWW-WliJ f CURRENT DISCUSSION. I By EX-SENATOR PEFFER. H-H-M -l-l-I-l-I-H-H-I"!"!1 1 W- Patriotism of Wall Street. Chapter 6 of Henry Clews' "Twenty eight Years In Wall Street," opens with these patriotic words: "Wall street came to the rescue of the country when the war broke out." And then he proceeds to tell how the thing was done. Mr. Cisco was sub-treasurer In New York at the time, and, acting under Instructions from Secretary Chase, he tried to raise some money to help the government out. "He showed a number of the lead ing operators and financiers that within a few days the interest on the accruing obligations would have to be paid, or the government paper should go to protest. It was one of the most critical moments in the whole history of the republic," Mr. Clews asserts, and "Wall street men perceived the gravity of the situation at a glance." It was natural as well as patriotic that these good Wall stre...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 30 March 1898

12 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 30, PUBLIC OPINION. . irfiUT Caldwell News (Rep.): itjoiis It developB more and more vu.ujrtj. tnat tne CongreBBlonal committee at Hutchinson was packed closer than a box of sardines for Charter I. Long. The ring ruled all other candi- dates out, but time will tell. Anthony Republican: Superintendent Webb McNall has made one good ruling, that Is, all Insurance companies doing business In thla State niuat pay the mar ket value of all live stock killed by lightning Insured by them; no pro rating Allowed. Clay Center Dispatch (Pop.): The Lincoln Deacon announces that the Pup ullats of Lincoln county will place Wil liam Baker in nomination for Governor at the coming convention. Baker la all right, but it la down on the bills that Governor Leedy ia to be hla own succes sor. Wellington Voice (Pop.): The old soldiers of Kansas are beginning to think Commissioner Evaria ia about to out Hoke Hoke Smith. Can such things be possible under a Republican adminis tr...

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