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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 May 1898

1S3S. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 n ' '-- ! 1:...:,. ',. .. DB. UKOliGE F. WKIDA, Professor of Pure Chemistry, Kansai Agricultural College. There will be a struggle between prln clplo and spoils. Let the grand old party stand for the former. Ness City News (Rep.): Ask a Re publican from one of the outlying town ships whether he attended the caucus, and, unless one of "the crowd," he la very apt to reply something like this: "Oh, Smith and Jones end Brown always run these things so that they can be reelected as delegates, and there Is no good In my going." Then when the county convention la held It will be found that the same Smiths and Joneses and Browns who have filled the hall for the last dozen years are on hand, and that they are ready and willing to choose as delegates to other conventions the half dozen fellows whose names have been on the roeters of those conventions so long that It almost seems their natural right to be there. Ask some man who has unflinchingly voted the (tick...

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. — 4 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ;14 MAY 4, v p I 1 1 1 . f f VV-1 ! VI i 1 11 J THE WAGE EARNER Labor Note. Ten barbers unions have been organ ized recently. . ; A clerks' union haa been organized at Arkansas City. Nearly 100 typographical unions are working under a nine-flour scale. German land-owners are experiment ing with Chinamen as farm laborers. A branch of the National Association of Master Horacshoers has been estab lished at Topeka. Boston barbers want to Becure ,the passage of a city ordinance licensing barbers and providing for an examina tion. , ' The Indianapolis Central Labor Union is taking An active hand In the fight of the small oil companies against the Standard. New Jersey has a new law protecting the union label to take the place of the one which the courts held was uncon stitutional. The recent congress of physicians at Washington declared that "most of the Insanity is caused by the growing hard ship of making, a living." The San Francisco Board of Health has closed fou...

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. — 4 May 1898

1893. 16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Tlie Hodges Header-Made by Acme Harvester Co., Pekln, III. SPAIN LOSES ASIATIC FLEET. (Continued from page 3.) ernor general demanding the surrender bt all the torpedoes and guna at Manila, and the possession of the cable offices, 'saying that unless (these terms were com plied with he would bombard the city. T'.ie first of the cable message ends with the statement that 'the Spanish officials were conferring wtth the Dritish consul aW'the telegraph company's agent and that pending a decision being arrived at the cables were not permitted to handle messages. V-J!he second cable dispatch received by the colonial office announced that the Spanish governor general had refused to surrender the torpedoes, guns and ca ble offices and that he had prevented the ' agent of the telegraph company from conferring with. Commodore Dewey. The message ended with the state ment that the British governor of the Straits settlement expected that the bom bardment of Manila...

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. — 4 May 1898

Id Tltli ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 4, RECRUITING BEGINS. Governor Leedy Starts the Work and It Is Ikln; Pushed Rapidly. . The following proclamation haa been laeuotl by the Governor: 'To the People of Kansas: The President of the United States haa called on the State of Kansas for three regiments of Infantry to servo in the war against Spain. Unless subsequent ad vices from the national government Ahall suggest changes In the method of pro cedure, the following plan will be pur sued: The following cities will be designated aa recruiting points: Kansas City, Kas., Lawrence, Osawatomle, Fort Scott, Pitt burg, Columbus, Independence, Winfleld, Tarsona, Leavenworth, Topeka, Atch laon, Seneca, Hoi ton, Sallna, AJbllene, Concordia, Clay Center, Blue Rapids, Beloit, Smith Conter, Norton, Hays City, Osage City, Emporia, El Dorado, LeRoy, Marlon, Wichita, Wellington, Hutcbln Bon, Kingman, Great Bend. Dodge City. It is the anticipation that one company will be recruited at each dty, except that ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 17 Income Law Substitute for Bonds. In the ways and means committee of the House, Mr. Bailey, the Democrat leader, offered as a substitute for the bond bill a measure providing for a 3 per cent tax oa all Incomes In excess of $2,000. State, county and municipal bonds were exempted, to comply with the Supreme court decision on this point It was estimated that this would provide a revenue of $100,000,000. Coupled with it was a provision for the coinage of the silver selgnorage, which amounts to J12.000.000. Both amendments were voted down by a etrlct party vote. Rights of Ships Defined. President McKlnley Issued a procla mation last week in which the rights of Spanish vessels In or bound to United States ports were defined. After reciting that it will be our policy to not resort to privateering, it is stated that neutral flags cover the enemy's goods with the exception of contraband of war; that neutral goods, not contraband of war, are not liable to confi...

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. — 4 May 1898

h is THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. MAY 4r 'Ay, ' SPAIN LOSES ASIATIC FLEET, (Continued from page 15.) lilltla officer la better fitted for duty han he? The governraenit chartered Beveral . irge transport steamers for thirty days , lat Thursday, It Is presumed that they 111 be used to land troopa in Cuba ', ' Portugal has publlHhed a proclama .ion of neutrality, but the actions of its ,'jovernment in several matters indicate hat it is inclined to he friendly to Spain. j German editors have evidently got a ; Int from the government which has M'UrpiI Ahem to raodlfv their tone, and Jielr editorials are Ions hostile to this iimncry. 'I The Weat Point class of 1898 was ' ijraduaited Wednesday, The regular time '! in June, but the anxious boys were 'Mirrled through so that they might be ;'Bei in tne war. I Of the new Topeka company thirty V re native Kansans and all but five are ', American born. The oldest man in the jompany ia Captain Towers, who is 43, , nd the youngest Is 18. J Gen. G. M. Do...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 4 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 19 1898. Brief History of the War. January 24Rattleshlp Maine ordered to Havana. January 25 Maine enters Havana harbor. February 15 9:4a p. m Maine de stroyed by explosion. February 17 Victims of explosion given public funerals in Havana. February 19 United States decides on separate inquiry, " - February 20 Doard of Inquiry ordered to Havana. February 21 Havana officials pro nounce explosion an internal accident. February 22 Senaite passes bill cre ating two new regiments of artillery. February 23 Cruiser Montgomery or dered to Havana. February 24 Ensign Powelson discov ers Maine's keel bent upward. February 25-Vizcaya leaves New York for Havana. March 1 Vizcaya welcomed in Ha vana. March 3 Rush work begins In navy yards. . March 5 Spain suggests recall of Con sul General Lee. March 6. President declines to enter tain suggested recall. March S $50,000,000 voted by Con gress for national defense. March 11 Redistrlotlon of army de partments. March 15 Board of I...

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. — 4 May 1898

20 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 4. 1898. GROUND ROCK CA.T FOR STOCK. Use Rock Salt for Hides, Pickles, Meats, Ice Cream, Ice Making, Fertilizing, &c., 1c. 1 . K hi sf 4Aw mmr WA Mdmk W. ft WHITWT. B10BWABT LOKO. W. B. CDLAHDLIB. BUILDERS OP THE NEW NAVY. A considerable part of the oredit for the improvement which M taken place is onr nTy dtiriiiR the pimt siiteen yean U due to the efforts of the three secretaries, Chaudlur, Whitney and Long. SHORT BUSINESS POINTERS. BARN KB URAL K8TATH CO.-Are heftdquarterN for farm and olty property1, Hoe them If rou want to buy, nail or rent.-ll Wot Fifth St.. To peka, Km. FOR BALK OR KXC1I ANHK-I want to Hell a twenty-acre tract In Bt. Lou It, Mo. Willtakea Kaniai farm oraTopeka home In partial payment for tame. H. U.UIbson. Care of Advocate and New FOR SALE The Imported French Coach stallion FroyMuet, color dark brown, weight l.HiiO. He took flrnt premium and iweepiitakoi at Kniiaas Htuto Fair two yean In niccesNlon. Will tell at a low Srlce. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 May 1898

Devoted 10 me 5r Interests ot the the 5hop and the form Tenth Year, No. 19. ?IScMi7AT TOPEKA, KANSAS, MAY 11, 1898. cnnz VkvSJ: ; Americans Can Fight, Detailed Report of the Greatest Naval Victory in the History of This Country. DEWEY'S VICTORY COHPLETE. Hong Kong, May 8. (Associated Press dispatch.) Among naval men, military men and civilians, Europeans and na tives here to-day there Is only one sub ject of discussion, the 'brilliant, dashing, annihilating victory of the American fleet under Commodore Dewey over the Spanish fleet commanded by Admiral Montejo In Manila bay on Sunday last. Owing to the fact that the cable 'between this port and the Phillppine'lslands was not in working order, having been cut, it is said some distance from the capital of the Islands, there, has been delay In obtaining a detailed report of the battle and facts In the caise were only available when the United States gunboat Hugh McCulloch arrived here yesterday. Commodore Dewey's orders were to capture ...

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. — 11 May 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 11, LEEDY SUSTAINED. The Secretary of War Revises His Opinion Relative to the Mllltla Question. Washington, April 30. (Special to the Kansas City Journal.) At the outset of hostilities with Spain, when the moblliza tlon of American troops was first brought under discussion, the general Impression prevailed at the War Department that the volunteers would be called Into service under substantially the same conditions as those which governed the enlistment of men for the civil war. The leading officials of the War Department them selves became responsible for encourag ing the belief that the State guards would be called Into Bervlce as mllltla organiz ations. The result of this misunder standing was shown hero on Monday, when the national guard of the District of Columbia, after a preliminary Inspec tion of Its able-bodied men and several days spent in concentrating the force, inarched out of town with flags flying and bands playing, to camp on the extensiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. CONTRACTORS' MEN PAID. Grading of Capitol Grounds Costs $700 More than a Fair Price for the Work. It cost considerable to grade the State house grounds. Bids were submitted by several contraotora. The following bids were offered: A. H. Nooney, $1,450; D. McNalr, $1,620; Bloss & Holcomb, $1,728; Dolman & Son, $1,32(3; Abe Fulford, $1,825. Each bid waa made with the be lief that the drives would be excavated eighteen Inches deep and the walks eight Inches. Deductions were made from each bid If the excavations were to be of lesser depth. The Wk was finally done with out any change In the excavation. The contract was given to Dolman & Son, at $1,32G. Notwithstanding that It la cus tomary to make the contractor's bond in an amount equal to that of the contract, a bond of but $1,000 was given. Although the contract was let April 13, 1896, the bond was not approved until nine days later. The contract provided that the work should be begun on or before Apr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 May 1898

4 MAY 11, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. CONCERNING KANSAS BY J. W. MORPHY. CONVENTIONS. POPULIST. Bute Topeka, Jane 15. CougreMlonel-Heooud dlntrlc.t, Olatne, June 21 " Third " OlierTTTBle. June 8. Kourtu " Emporia, May 17 Klfth " Concordia, June 1. Hlith " Hmlth Center, JunoT " Keenth " Hutchinson, May Itf Judlolal-Twenty-fourth district, Pratt, May 17. KKPUBL1CAN. Btate-lliitohlnnon. June 8. CongreUHlonal-Koiirth dlntrlct. Kinporla, May 10. bfxlb " Helolt, June Ift. 11 Heventh " HntchlnHOn, May 5. Judicial-Twenty aeoond dint., Hiawatha, July 14 DKMOCKAT, Btate AtohlHon. June 15. Coimrenlonal-Thlrd dimrlot, Chanute, . " fourth " Kinporla, Judlolal-Tweuty-thlrd district, WaKeeny, June .a PROHIBITION. Btate-Kmporla, June 7. A fifty-room hospital is being built at Leavenworth. Emporia business houses close at 6:30 In the evening. Pottawatomie Republicans are for Hes ein for Governor. The president of the Abilene board of education is a woman. A horse thief escaped from the Cowley county Jail...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 May 1898

6 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. GENERAL NEWS NOTES Bread riots continue in Italy. Russia will build two warships. The banks are after the new govern ment bonds. Miss Jessie Parker Is mayor of Kcn drick, Idaho. China has paid to Japan the remainder of the war indemnity. Wheat reached $1.50 on the Chicago market hut Thursday. Mail boxes attached to street cars are a success at Dcs Moinos. The government has bought, a yacht of M. H. Hanna, Mark's brother. Spain ought to be using the "help wanted" columns of the newspapers. An American firm has an order for 100 street cars to be used In Berlin. Gen. Woodford, who has been our min ister to Spain, has returned to this coun try. The first of four new auxiliary cruixcra which are being built will be named Dewey. French papers say that England will support the United States If the powers favor Spain. At New Orleans Spain street has been changed to Dewey street and new signs are being put up. The Italian government has taken the duty off of ce...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 May 1898

6 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. From Actual Experience, Number of Roosters. There Is Bome discussion aa to the number of roostera required with a flock of hens In order to procure the raotU fertile eggs. The general opinion Beema to be that It is necessary to have a rooater for each twelve or fifteen hena In order 1o obtain eggs that will be cer tain to hatch. Very much depends upon the condition of the fowla and the way in -which they are kept. If the Btock is strong and vigorous and has unlimited range, one male for twenty hena will be ample to secure fertile eggs. Rut if the hena are closely yarded, twice that num ber of. males will be necessary for the flame number of hens. Artichokes. Artlchokea are being grown In many places for hogs and cattle. They are planted about the Bame aa potatoes and mature In October. The hoga If al lowed to root will dig them for them selves. For cattle they are dug and fed fresh. One acre of artichokes will produce more feed than three or four acres of co...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 May 1898

7 1S98. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. varying acordlng to the severity of the attack. If the attack dues uot yield to the simple remedies named, the ser vices of a veterinarian are necessary. The feed should be changed and no rye given the horse, and but little corn un less ground and made a part of a ra tion with bran and oil meal. Feed chopped roots of beets or carrots once a week to keep the bowels gently ac tive. Irondequoit Melon. The accompanying illustration shows the form and markings of one of the best melons grown, one that Is a for midable rival to the justly famed Hack ensack. It la yellow-fleshed, but un like other varieties with a yellow flesh, Is highly flavored and equal to the best of the green-flesh sorts. The flesh is mm thick, melting, juicy and of delicate fla vor. The vine is a strong grower and very productive. The melons are some times a foot or more In diameter, round, ribbed, of light grayish color, with a conspicuous net-work on the surface. It has been well test...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 May 1898

8 MAY L THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. THE ADVOCATE FOR Till HOME AND NEWS SIMP AND FAflM OFFICIAL 1' A PICK OK TIIK NTATK UV KANHAH. Fakllihed Every Wednesday, it Topeka, Kanui. OEO. D. HARRISON & CO., Editor amd Proprietors. Bobdcrtptlon Rate: One copy one yenr by mail, it. In elulm of Un or more, by mail, one WAvr, 75 cent each. The advertising rale of The Advocate and New Are low. KMmate will he mute and price fur nMunl on amilUntlon. No extra charge, for cutM, 4U. The puhlUher reserve the right to reject any objectiontilile advcrtMng. The retuier of thl payer mtiu coimlder any advertisement which an twin herein a reprenentitio a firm wlome reliabil ity fan he. vouched for bu the puliltuher. Tlie Advocate wa established in tnn. and wa atnsolUUite.d with The Kantian New in IHl7. The AdwnUe and New U the official State piper, and ha a larger circulation than ami otlter Kansae weskly which receive advertisements. For information regarding subscription awl advertising rate, oildres Oeie...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. it CURRENT DISCUSSION BY EX-SENATOR PEFFER PI The Income Tax Proposition. During the war of the rebellion Con gress enacted an Income tax law, which remained In force eleven years. The following statement shows the aggregate collections of revenue from that source each year: 1863 $2,741,858.25 1SC4 20,294,731.74 18G5 32,050,017.44 18GC 73,464,709.12 18C7 66,014,429.34 1868 41,4r5,598.36 m 34.791,855.84 1870 37,775,873.62 1871 19,162,650.75 1872 14,436,861.78 1872 5,062,311.62 Total for the period $347,220,897.86 This includes $452,550.09 tax collected on income of 1863, under resolution of Corgress July 4, 1864. At the time that act was passed the Class interests of the Country had not become so completely master of the sit uation as they have since grown to be, and besides, the temper of the people at that time Was not as amiable as it is now, and ibtit few people objected to paying whait was foUnd to be due on their in ctmeB. but as soon as the war was...

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. — 11 May 1898

MAY 11. 10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. I PUBLIC OPINION j V .. ' 1 ABOUT Kansas City Times: As VANCaQ campaign orator, W. rvrtuortj. Eugene Stanley, of Wich ita, haa a greater displacement than any other gubernatorial candidate. In a two hours' speech It la estimated that he can displace 6,000 tons of atmosphere with hla arma and 8,000 with hla lungs. Farmer Funston has the next beat dis placement record. Ablleno Reflector (Rep.): Ingalfls will be safe aa correspondent at the front. The Spaniards can't hit him and If they capture him he will be taken for a re concentrado and allowed to go. La Crosse Chieftain (Pop.): W. Eugene Stanley aaya no man can read "Quo Vadla" and preserve his purity. A man whose purity Is ho weak that "Quo Vadia" can destroy It haa no 'business running for Governor. Eureka Union (Pop.): Kansas pooplo who want lnauranco will certainly have more confidence In the companies that report their buainesa aatlsfactorily to the Slate department of Insurance than In those ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 11 H: Since 1377, there has been an annual Increase In railroad asaesmeaits; but not until 1880, did the assessment approx imate that of 1873, seventeen years pre vious, and then 1t was C58,316.82 less than In 1873, although the raJlroad mile age had more than doubled, and the value of all railroad property has Increased by more than 100 per cent. Why this favoritism was shown to the railroad corporations by the State Board of Equalization Is a conundrum that only the gentlemen who composed that body during that period can answer, and the people have a right to demand an expla nation of them. Hutchinson Gazette (Pop.): There Is no uncertainty as to the result of this war. Spaniards are fighting for "honor," not victory. That, they do not expect. When it ia over, the last lump of land of any size or importance in the new world except Canada, will have become absolutely free and Independent of the dominion of ithe old. The British pos Hessions are practica...

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. — 11 May 1898

13 MAY 11. If o THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. I THE ;WAGE-, EARNER If 1 lil lr StlSlC 'SVi O O O f j O S 4 4 "L W O 4 4J 4 4? 4 O O 4 O ' Labor Notes. Thore !a .but on type-acting ottCMn la Mexico. In Greater New York 10,000 union printers are employed. ', The Armour boycott at Kanaaa Clty baa been formally raised. ' ; ' The plumber and gas flitters of Kansas City have struck for an advance In wages from $3.25 to $3.40 per day. ; 41 Typographical Union No. 6, cl New York, will cultivate a Iract of land and raise garden produce. It Is a new way to provide work for unemployed union men. In the gas belt of Indiana children are employed at the ago of 11 years. Some one has compiled statistics uhowlng that seven out of ten dlo before they are 13 years of ego. St. Louis Bauer-Zeltung: Many 5 a union man does not fully comprehend the benefit of his union. These men should always ask: If our union disbaadod, what effect would It have on our condi tion? . , The Tobacco Worker nays: "Laot year the N...

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