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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 11 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 13 (Published May 11, 1838.) Supremo Court Syllabi. No. 10C23. The Bank of Santa Fe, etc., vs. The Haskell County Bank, et al. Error from Haskell County. REVERSED. l Syllabus. By the Court. Johnston, J. 1. As a general rule the doctrine of res adjudlcata Is not applicable to motions; und the fact that In a contest between attachment and execution creditors It was assumed and held upon a motion that the execution had been levied upon the prop erty and will not preclude a party from showing In a later stage of the same pro ceeding that no levy was in fact made ; under the execution. ' 2. An officer ' seised personal property under an order of attachment, and after ward while the property was in his custody an execution based on a Judgment against the same defendant was placed In his hands on which he Indorsed the time of receiving the same. Later he returned the execution with an . Indorsement that he found no property liable to satisfy the Judgment: Held,...

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. — 11 May 1898

14 MAY 11, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FOR HOME READING EACH IN HID OWN M AME. Ore mist and a plasot, A crystal rvd ell, A Jolly fink and marina And cnvoa where the cave men dwell Tlion a sensa of law and beauty And a face turnod from the clod Borne call H evolution, And others call It God. A haze on the far horlion, The Infinite, tender (try; The ripe, rich tlnta of the oornflelda And the wild geese Bailing high And all over upland and lowland Tho charm of the goMenrod Some of oa call It autumn. And others call It God. Like the tides on a orescent ocabeach When the moon la new and thin, Into our honrta hlh yearnings Come welling and surging in, Come from the mystic oooan, Whono rim no foot has trod Some of us call it longing, And others call It God. A picket frozen on duty, A mother starred for bur brood, BouratQs drinking the hemlock And Jenna on the rood, The million who, bumble and ntunelussi ' Tho straight, hard pathway trod Some call it oonHocratton, , And others call It God. -W. I...

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. — 11 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 16 V The Young People. By MA1ILK DIUGS. THE LITTLE STREETS. "Tomorrow I'll do it," saye Bonnie. "I will by and by," eays 8eth. "Not now pretty soon," says Jennie. "In a minute," aaya little Both. Oh. dear little people, remember That, true aa the stars In the sky, She little streets of Tomorrow, Pretty Soon and By -and by Lend, one and all, Ab straight, they cay, Aa the King's highway, To the city of Not at All I Annie H. Donnell In Youth's Companion. Written for the Advocate and News. TOn, A KANSAS BOY. BY LIHORB D08TKB. (Continued from last week.) CHAPTER IV. Tom had not been In New York many days before his aunt gave film a pair of roller skates, and he had now learned to glide lover ithe asphalt pavements without fear of turning back somersaults and peeling his nose on the curbstones. One day It was too hot to skate in the streets and Fred and the Doyle boys, who lived two floors below, and were older than Tom, planned to go over to the Zoo in Central park...

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. — 11 May 1898

frl fail. ttn B kil I A. W itWwAMWIWlMWiJllh 16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 11. 1891 CROUVO ROCK SAu FOR STOCK. Use Rock Salt for Hides, Pickles, Meats, Ice Cream, Ice Making, Fertilizing, &c, &c SnE FIBED THE FIRST SIIOT. The cruiser Nashville, of the North Athntid fleet, fired the first shot In the honUlitioi with Spain and captured the first prize, the Banna Ventura, a merchant ship. This U an honor of which the crew of the Nashville will always feel jnstly proud. BREEDERS' DIRECTORY FOR SALE CHEAP Forty head fanny Poland-China fall pigs, both seses. Hired by Mule Mo by MoWllkes anil lleauty's Chief by Chief I know. HatlsfHotlou or no sale. I). A. Kit AM Kit. Washington, Has. RIIIGLETS REICH HERE. Barred Plymouth Rocks Exclusively. K. a. Thompson nnd llltohoock strains. Kkks, 11.60 per thirteen. 1'olund Chimin of the mont noted strains Look Me Over', Chief Teciiumib id's, Ban der's Uoy'i, Joe Coins' and other. Write me. FRANK McCORMACK, Morrowvllle, Kas. GILTS FOR SALE. Ha...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

r Devoted to rhe fiesr interests or the Home, the 5hop and the to Tenth Year, No. 20. OFFICIAL STATE FAPKK. 1 VKAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MAY 18, 1898. EVKRY WK1NKSIAT. 1'IUCK HIVE CKNT8. Are First in the Field. Kansas Volunteers Mustered Into Gov ernment Service Before Those of Any Other tate. REGIMENTAL OFFICERS NArtED. Chief Mustering officer Lieutenant Clark, of the regular army, has an nounced that Kansas Is the first State in the union Ho have lbs full quota of volunteers In the hands of the govern ment The laat regiment was mustered into the regiment Tuesday morning. Republican papers, which have been saying that Kansas would be last, should take note of this fact. The reputation of the State for doing things has been maintained. In but a little over two weeks time an army of 3,000 men has bi-ca. recruited, examined and mustered. No finer body of men or better fighting timber has been assembled In any State in the union. They come from the shop and the farm and are strong, healthy,...

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. — 18 May 1898

2 MAY IS, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Volunteers Honored. Kansans Celebrate Dewey' Victory and Bid Volunteer Soldiers Oodspeed. REGIMENTAL COLORS GIVEN. When the patriotic day parade at To peka had passed the reviewing stand at south entrance of the State capltol the volunteers were marched In from the wett side and massed In front of the steps. The south steps were reserved for the State officers and their families, the ladles of the Women's Relief CorpB and their guests and the regimental officers. The program began by the singing of "America," led by the Modoc club. This wae followed by a brief introduction of Governor Leedy by Major J. K. Hudson. , Mr. Leedy said: "Soldiers of Kansas: The people of thla State have assembled here to-day to do you honor and to bid you Godspeed. You are going forth to do battle Jn a righteous cause. The United Slates, by tradition and by preference, do not med dle with the affairs of foreign nations, and for that reason they have not inter fered for the...

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. — 18 May 1898

3 1893. THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. A Defense of the Metropolitan Police bystem. 1IY Q. C. CLKMCN8. We demand the repeal of the metropol itan police law tor the following reasons: It is undemocratic, antl-republlcan and un-American In principle and In practice. It la demoralizing, degrading and debauch ing. It has Bubjected every Slate adminis tration since Its adoption to the charge of boodlelsm and corruption, and to the charge of being a party to the violation of the constitution und laws of our State by accepting stipulated sums for the privilege of violating law; and for the further reason that It has absolutely failed to accomplish the purpose for which the law was en m ted. Shawnee County l'opullst Conven tion. i am unwilling that the Populists of the State shall believe that the above resolution represents the sentiment of all the Populists of Shawnee county; and to make it perfectly clear that it does not represent my sentiments, I writ this article. My old Advocate con stituenc...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 18, CONCERNING KANSAS I'lluMlliilliiWllH'luM """ mzmm0fc- i 1 BY J. W. MORPHY. CONVENTIONS. POPULIST, flute Toiwka, June 14. JonKrenlonul-Htoond dlntrlot, Olaihe, June 31 " Third " CherryTile, JuneS. 11 Klft.li " Concordia, June 1. Hlith " Hinliht'enterJuneT KHl'UHUCAN. fltate lluuthlimon, June H. CuiiKrenHlotiiil Hlnh UUlrlot, Hololt, June If). Judicial Twenij (wooriil dint., Hiawatha, July 14 UKMOCItAT. State Atchison, June 15, CoiiKreaaloiml I'lilrd dlHtrlot, Chnnute, . " Fourth " Knipurla, . Judlclal-Tweniy-tbird dlmrlct, WaKoeny, JuneTJ I'HOIIUHTION. State Kmporla, June 7. A Topeka Capital reporter gave up his job (to enlist. The rainmaker is not In evidence In Kansas this year. The Fourth district will be practically solid for Hood. II. J. Madison, of the lladdam Clipper, has enlisted as a volunteer. Dave Mulvane swears that he Is solo owner of the Topeka Capital. Senator Young talks of starting an other paper at Independence. All available wheat in ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

TftE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ' 1S93. GENERAL NEWS NOTES .1 .1 1 It costs 'l per word to cable to Hong Kong. MaHtacliusoLls has adopted electricity as a substitute for hanging. The California Populist convention will meet at Sacramento July 12. General Casslus M. Clay has been granted a pension of $50 per month. KiishcII B. Harison, a sou of his father, has been appointed as an inspector In the army. The rioting in Italy will, it la believed, lead to a revolution and the formation of a republic. lid Little vacated his pla-e as private secretory last week and J. M. Lewis was installed. The postolllce department prohibits the locution of iostoffiees In saloons or adja cent to them. The tobacco trust is beiug enlarged and will include nearly all of the large man ufacturing plants. Charles Havermeyer, a son of the late sugar king, committed suicide at his borne In New York last "week. The National Association of Police Chiefs adopted a resolution declaring tha pardons are too easily obtained....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

0 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 18, From Actual Experience. Poultry Notes. To fatten poultry for market xlmt thorn up In a darkened pen with plenty of clean water and corn, and they will ho In a good condition for market In week or ten days. For a green food In summer, Essex rape is preferable to anything else. A small plot may be grown at a nominal cost, the expenso for seed being 10 cents a pound, and four itounda being BUfll clent for an acre. Turn the hens into the field of rapo once a week during the summer and you will see a marked Im provement In them. Hen lice are naturally more trouble some in midsummer than at any other time, and It Is during that period when the fowls gather the crop of lice which makes trouble for you and them during the early winter laying season. From now on the rooHts should be cleared once a week to keep the lice out. Whitewash or kerosene oil Is effective, and should be liberally applied to all parts of the poultry house. Don't think you have a prize w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

7 1398. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. while the sap Is In the leaves ami the wood la dry, will be free from "powder post." A small beetle, which la hard to find, lays the egga In a minute crack or In the bark of the wood, and as soon aa the grubs are hatched they burrow Into the wood and do their destructive work In secret. The best preventive Is to sat urate the timber with a thin mixture of turpentine and coal tar. If the worms are In the wood small holes should be bored In so that they can be filled with this mixture, whlch will then penetrate the wood and kill the worms. Hairn tim bers, wagon timbers, and ships' timbers are sometimes destroyed by them and even house timbers are sometimes found to be "powder posted." A hard, dry wagon spoke that would be difficult to cut with a sharp tool, if laid up in a dry place may have the Inside wood cut out by these little worms. In the use of timber, If any signs of the powder post worms are found that timber should be rejected and not used, for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

8, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 18, THE ADVOCATE FOB TRE HOWE AND NEWS SHOP AND FAl'M OFFICIAL 1'Al'EK OV THE BTATE OK KANSAS. PifclUhed Every Wcducidiy.at Topeka, Kannaa. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Puopkiitohs. flalHtorlptlon Ktea: One jy one war ly mau, ft. in ciwm of un or nunc, ny mau, one year, 75 cent eat-h. Tht aitvrrtMiiti ratte of The Adottrate and New are low. tMimale wui te maae ana prvre jur nuyi on application. No extra rhat ye for tut, etc. The pulUiMhr.r reserve the rtuhl to rt jirt anu ohjerlionalric advcrlininu. The reater of thUi paper maw conxuur anu advert ucnunt wnun un. mm herein iu reitrmrntiim a firm whone reliahil tyean he miieheA for tin the pulilinher. The Advocate uxw rtahtlhrd in MM, and wan eoiwolUUiUd with, The fkiuinm New in MW. The AAwttaU and New U the official State paper, and hat a Uiner circulation (tan anu other Kama weekly which receive lUlnertlKemeiit. b'or information reuanlinu eulmriptlon awl ouwcnminj ran., mart Office: THE ADVOC...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 189S. o HW"H4flW-W-W"H-HW A Way to Purer Government. f The Need of Direct Legislation in this Country--How it Would Purify Politics -What it Has Done for Switzerland. By CARL V ROOM AN. .j..Mil-HM4-MlMM There is a cynical paralyzing belief held by large masses of people that a "reformer" ia a would-bo rascal and that every rascal In olllco will turn "reformer" again as soon as he gets out. Hoyfs new play, "A Contented Woman," is writ ten to show that politics la disgustingly and irredeemably biul, and that "turn the rascals out" in fact simply means to turn a hungrier horde of rascals in. Tho power of the bows is on the increase; cor ruption of every sort is on the Increase in our political world. Public opinion claims do le charitable, 'but in fact is accessory to the crimes against decency and morality that are daily becoming more frequent and more monstrous. The reason that people have lost energy Is that they have last hope. Once let them feel that real, t...

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. — 18 May 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 18, 4 PUBLIC OPINION k?Sj' ii' 1ii; 2 'di1 "2 fd "2 "JI lH? "i "il1 4i 'ii; "JA ASOUT Wichita Ileacon: It will KSAjcac be several months yet be nrnwo. fore the voluntfiers K0 to Cuba. The department has given out the information to quiet Republican ed itors In Kansas who are afraid Governor Lccdy bas de iayed the game. Yates Center Advocate: Wbat a grat ifying thing it la Indeed for a hundred men to travel from all parts of the county to attend a Republican! conven tion und have the work of Delecting dole gates placed in the hands of three men. Columbus Modern L'ght (Pop.): What we have done we can do again; the bril liant deeds of the past are but a promise of those to follow. The man who doubts our superiority, man to man, gun to gun, under any und all circumstances, had best go to Spain. Pittsburg Daily Tribune: New York is In debt fifty millions over her legal limit. She gives all her franchises to the few and the public has to suffer. Her total bon...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1808. 11 (Published May 18, 1898.) Appellate Court Syllabi. Kaunas Court of Aiu'nls, Northern De partment, Central Division. No. 2S0. Andrew Daniel Chapman, plaintiff in error, VS. The II. D. Leo Mercantile Company, de fendant, in error. Error from Saline County District Court. AFFIRMED. .Syllabus. By the Court. McKlroy, J, 1. A district Judge at chambers, lias au thority to permit the amendment or an affidavit for an order of arrest, und when such amended nllldavlt is made and llled it becomes a part of the records of the ease and mav he read ami considered as vvi dem o on the hearing of a motion previously made to vacate the order of arrest. 2. The proceedings in attachment ami In arrest and hail are not necessarily exciu Hive- of each other. The mere levy of an attachment does not satisfy the debt. In order for an attachment to nave that er feet It must he shown that the property levied upon was Kiitliclcnt for and applied to the payment of tho demand sued ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 MAY 18, . , 5 -ri ir AYArr r a nirn h THE WAGE EARNER Labor Notes. 'Cleveland tinners get an eight-hour day. Telephone girls are forming a union at Inlianaiolhs. .' In Berlin only 13 ier cemt. of the work Ingnien are organized. " New York cRy furniture workers have had a reduction of wageu. The eight-hour day la recognized In all of the trades In the Cripple Creek dis trict. . Parte haa the largest department Ure In the world. It Bharea its profits with employees. Japanese workman wear on their caps a curd stating their business and their employer's name. Kansas City labor organiatlons will not parade halwr day. The celebration will be coiiiiiHtl to a. big picnic. The first chapter In the history of the wire nail trust contains a report of the reduction of the wages of employees. There are J ,487,002 trades unionists In Great Urltaln. In 18IMJ the increase over tho previous year was more than 100,000. Union men are In It at Syracuse, N. Y. They are employed...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

1808. 13 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Anglo-Saxon Alliance. Secretary Chamberlain, of the British Colonial Bureau, Favors An Open Mutual Understanding. PERMANENT UNITY URGED. In a spoK'h made at Birmingham last last Friday night Joseph Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the colonies of (1 rc.it Britain, openly advocated an alli ance with the United States. He began hia speech by deprecating the assertions that the present ministry was "discred ited, weak and vaecillating." "If foreign countries believe and act upon these statements," he said, "they will find themselves much mistaken, and that eourtHMis diplomacy and graceful concessions are not incompatible with a firm maintenance of the country's honor and interests." Then, declaring that he Intended to make a plain statement of the faots, un fettered by the mysteries and reticence of diplomacy of half a century ago, which, without revealing secret nego tions, should be "understood that he would accept the judgment of the people." Mi. C...

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. — 18 May 1898

ME ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAV 13, FOR HOME READING FAMK'M COST. Oh, acorn not thing of low degree And atgh for wealth and ttatel Fur better court humility . " Than burdens of the great. For ho who wlna ambition's light Can never be at cane. II gains, 'tis true, a worldly height, Bat Iiuh a world to please. For carea incroise on honors grow, And in his new entute n finds, though bright thoeo honors glow, 'Tis thraldom to the great. The flatterers that about him throng Each baa some dole to auk. To please thorn is no idle song, But a herculean tank. We valua things aa they appear Nor count the cost and pain Which line the rood to that bright sphere The envied ones attain. Fame is no royal heritage. Its crowns are fnw to ull, But who its dlzzieHt heights would gauge Miwt rink the dlzzicHt full. Then sigh not for ambition's meed, Its scepter and its crown. Uneasy lien the kingly head, Though pillowed upon down. Chicago Inter Ocean. To Clenn Painted Walls. The best way to clean painted malls...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

1898. 15 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. The Young People. Ity MAltLK DKitlN. MY AM) 1IY. By an by I'll get my pole. By an by. There'll be heaven in my soul By ail by. I will steal away from ma Down to where the fishes are. I will apit upon my hook, An I'll drop it in the brook By an by. Ma will miss we from the yard By an by. She will holler for me hard By an by, But the gurgle nv the stream Like enough will drown her acream, Au I'll tlsli an Huh away Where the speckled beauties lay By an by. If I ketch a likely mean By an by, Mu will smile with happernesa By an by. But- If I have an empty creel, Somehow I kin sorter feel How that apple sprout will dance On the eat uv my olo pants By an by. Boston Courier. Wrltien for the Advocate and News. TOn, A KANSAS BOY. BV I.KNOHK DOSTBH. (Continued from last week.) CHAPTER V. Once the boy knocked Tom over and started to run, but Tom jumped up and raught him on the corner by the grocery store and hammered him good till he yelled. They fell down and ro...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 18 May 1898

Id THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MAY 18, IMS. GROUND ROCK SAli FOR STOCK. Use Rock Salt for Hides, Pickles, Meats, Ice Cream, Ice Making, Fertilizing, &c, &c . A Y J yu sri ' r lW COMMODORE DEWEY AND HIS SQUADRON. The Asiatio squadron, which did m:h effective work at Manila under t.ho skilful direction of VmmioilorH Dewey, In hero represented n it was steaming rapidly toward the principal harbor of tho 1'hilippint)., .tripped for the fray. SHORT BUSINESS POINTERS. lirANTKI4Jood Dvo cnnvnHNOrN. elllior mix. Hunt TV lor. can make from M told per day. Addrens Colvllle & Herirand, HZ I Haomi Ave., Topeka. TjiOlt HAIiH Oil KXCIIANOH-l want to noil X' twenty-acre traut In Ml IjoiiIh, Mo. Will lake a Kiiihiu (arm or a Topeka home In partial payment , Iorine. K. H.Ulunou. Care or Advocate ami New 1XM RALH The Imported French Coach Ktalllon 1 Kreynluot, color dark brown, weight .'M). lie took llrNt premium and Kwoepnlukeii at Khiinuh Htalo Kalr two yours In NiicceNHlon. will null at a l...

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