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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 June 1898

Devoted 10 me m Interests otrtie Home, the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 26. OFFICIAL 8TATK PAPER. 1 YEAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JUNE 29, 1893. EVEIIY WEDNF.SOAT. 1'KICK FIVE CKNm Rough Riders Lose Heavily. The First Battle Participated in by American Soldiers in Cuba is a Victory. U THIRTEEN AMERICANS KILLED. On board the Associated Pres3 dis patch boat Wanda, off Juragua, Friday afternoon, June 24, via Playa del Este, Ouantanamo Bay, June 24, 8 p. m. This morning (Friday) four troops of the First cavalry, four troops of the Tenth cavalry and eight troops of Roosevelt's rough riders, less than 1,000 men In all, dismounted and attacked 2,000 Spanish J soldiers In the thickets within five miles y& of Santiago de Cuba. s The Americans beat the enemy back Into the city. . At least fifty Americans were wound - pi, including six officers. Several of the wounded will die. . Twelve dead Spaniards were found in the brush after the fight, but their loss was doubtless far in excess of that....

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. — 29 June 1898

2 JUNE 23, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Negroes Are Recognized. The Two Kansas Battalions Will Be Hade Up and Officered by Colored Men. OPPORTUNITY 15 APPRECIATED. When instructions came from the Ad jutant General to Governor Leedy to raise two battalions of troops under the second call he immediately decided to give the colored men the long-desired chance. He announced the entire num ber would bo made up of negroes and that In addition to that he would com mission men of their race for all of the offices. Governor Leedy believes that the time ha8 come when colored men can be found who will make as intelli gent and efficient officers as any who could be secured. This decision was received with en thusiasm by the Afro-Americans. Noth ing has happened in years which has so greatly pleased them. One representa tive of the race was heard to say that it was the greatest step in advance which had been taken since Abraham Lincoln signed the emancipation proc lamation. The Governor at once announ...

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. — 29 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 3 GEN. SHAFTER IN CUBA. The Expedition Lands a Few Miles East of Santiago. On Board the Dispatch Boat Wanda, oft Baiquirl, Wednesday, June 22 (noon), via Playa del Este, Guantanamo Bay, Wednesday afternoon, June 22. As 9 o'clock, the hour supposed to have been fixed for commencing the debarkation of General Shafter's army, came and passed, the expedition was In suspense, but the squadron lay rocking compla cently outside the little bay. About 9:15 a. m. the bombardment of the hills surrounding the village of Juragua, some six miles off, suddenly began to distract our attention from our own affairs. Then steam pinnaces, trail ing strings of empty boats, each of which would carry sixteen soldiers, be gan speeding to and fro among the transports, and gradually though imper ceptibly, filling up with troops. At 9:45 Cuban scouts appeared west of Baiquirl, and immediately the New Or leans, Machlas, Detroit, Suwanee and Wasp began bombarding. Forty-five rounds were f...

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. — 29 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AHD NEWS: 4 JUNE 29, CONCERNING KANSAS iiirlnifiVi'",i!:'illi"ffii" .Mill'" i'r 4 t , BY J. W. MORPHY. Galena had a $5,000 fire Saturday. A Lecdy club has already been organ ized at Atchison. The curfew ordinance has been Bus ponded at Abilene. An ice and cold storage plant is being talked of at Sallna. One year ago Friday Topeka's great hail Htorm occurred. Tom Moonlight's eon Is in the Twen tieth Kansas as a private. Rawlins county has the biggeHt crop of alfalfa it has ever raised. Miami county has a good roads and public improvement association. The Wichita Commoner suggests Geo. M. Munger for Governor in 1900. Mayor Ross (Rep.), of Wichita, says that that town will run wide open. A flag la kept floating over the Cath olic church at Horton all of the time. At points where it did not rain very few harvesters got a rest last Sunday. Thirty-three Indians graduated from Haskell Institute at Lawrence last week. Horse buyers are having difficulty In Eocurlng all the stock...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 5 the State University, and are demand ing a change, the Collins case having brought some of the objectional condi tions to light. It is recalled that Chan cellor Snow went on record in a letter to the New York Voice recently as fa voring such a saloon as that at Prince ton College. The Hutchinson Herald (Rep.) recalls a recent oratorical con test at which the University contingent was liberally represented by drunken and profane students. The Colored Citizen, an organ which is representative of the race, In speak ing of Governor Leedy's action in giv ing colored men proper recognition, says: "Talk is cheap, and empty prom ises in the past have been the diet fed to us with a long spoon, lo, these many years. That we duly appreciate this friendly voluntary act, conferred out of a sense of fair dealing, indicating a moral courage rare anywhere when we are concerned, we can assure Governor Leedy that no act of ours will ever give him occasion to regret taki...

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. — 29 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0 JUNE 23, acne From Actual Experience. " Agriculture Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." & to Georire Washington. S Late Sowing of Vegetable Seeds. Because It Is late In the season the vegetable garden Bhould not be wholly overlooked. In many sections, corn, beans, cucumbers, melons, squashes and peas may still be planted and good crops result. It Is not enough that the garden gives you a single crop of early vege tables, for they Bhould be had contin uously through the summer as long as the family care for them. Seeds of late cucumbers for pickling may be sown thla month and they will get a good start before the hot weather. It Is a good plan In seeding the garden for a second crop to put In deep-rooted plants Vhere shallow-rooted ones have been previously. Painting Farm Buildings. It doeB not cost very much to paint farm buildings, and the difference In the looks will alone more than pay the expense and the Increased d...

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. — 29 June 1898

7 189S. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Chase, 4,857; Coffey, 15,519; Ellsworth, 3,211; Greenwood, 8.408; Marlon, 3,227; Morris, 5,569; and Woodson, 4,375. Last year these counties, which con tained about 33 per cent, of all the cattlo other than milch cows In the State, show an Increase of 141,826, or 27 per cent, the largest Increase being In Clark county, with 18,122; Cloud, 8,464; Comanche, 10,246; Elk, 5,655; Ford, 5,821; Jewell, 13,138; Lincoln, 9,886; Mitchell, 9,130; Morris, 7,357; and Staf ford, 4,975. Milch cows Increased 16,538, or about 11 per cent. The counties with some of the larger gains are Cloud, 740; Ford, 602; Greenwood, 1,445; Jewell,711; King man, 702; Leavenworth, 840; Lincoln, 814; Mitchell, 1,929; Morris, 624; Ness, 624; Ottawa. 905; Pawnee, 765; Staf ford, 1,514, and Woodson, 1,315. There is a decrease in sheep of 15 per cent., or 10,098. These counties, having about 25 per cent, of the total number of swine last year show an increase of 124,216 head, or 21 per cent...

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. — 29 June 1898

8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUNE 29, THE ADVOCATE Fon AMr MCXAG shop A1NL THE HOME o FAPM omciAL rAi'EB or the state Or KANSAS. PakSlihei Every Wednesday, it Topcke, Kaout OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors and Pbophiitorb. Bnbecriptlon Rate: One copy one year by matt, f I. In clvJm of ten or mure, by mail, one year, lb cent twin. The advertieing rate of Ttie Advocate and New$ are um. tummaie wui m miute ana pruts fur nhilwl on atmlicatUm. No extra charge for cute, ete. The pnhlUheri reserve the right to reject any oUjcclionaitle advertising. The readers of thie paper may consider any advertisement which ap- 1ear$ nerexn an rcpretMnq a jirm wium rcuabu ty can he vouchul for by the puldisher. The Advocate woe estaUlUhei in inw, ana woe eoneoWUtted with The Kama News in tKfl. The Advocate and Hew ie the official State paper, and hoe a larger circulation than any other Kaneat weekly which receive ailvcrtlsement. For information regarding euliscriptione and aavenmng races, aaaress 0!3c: T...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 June 1898

9 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. mum nn 1 1 1 n i i-i-i iiiiii-i-HWi"H-iH4 THE STATE CONVENTIONS. t Opinions of the Work Done by Them, and the Political Outlook. Pittsburg Kansan (Pop.): The con vention did Its duty let the people do thelr's. Klrwin Independent (Pop.): Good bye, metropolitan police law; you should have been dead long ago. Blaine News (Pop).: The action of the Populist State convention on the metro politan police law was a solar plexus to the Republicans. Lyndon Herald (Pop.): The action of the Democratic convention In nominat ing the entire Populist State ticket was magnanimous and patriotic. Burlington Courier (Pop.): At To peka and Atchison the people's choice was made for State officers. At Hutch inson the corporations' choice was made. Wichita Commoner (Pop.): Tho Dem ocratic convention Indorsed the entire Populist State ticket and adjourned In good humor. It was a graceful thing to do. Minneapolis Index (Pop.): Read the platform adopted by the Populist State conv...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 JUNE 29, PUBLIC OPINION urmiiT WIchlU Commoner: No im .VoiA party ever in one term iHrwHo accomplished all it started out to accomplish, and no party baa ever accomplished bo much in so short a time as the Populist party. Kansas City Gazette (Rep.): Thank the Lord, not a single Republican paper has once said we would have a business administration. The last one we had was enough for all time. Emporia Gazette (Rep.): Mr. C. Ice land, Jr., came out of the gubernatorial fight stronger than he went in. His friends nominated Stanley, but he staid and went down with Hood. Lawrence World (Rep.): We notice with pleasure that R. M. Chenault, of Fort Scott, has bolted. He does this regularly every two years, and regularly every two years he gets a Job lot of free advertising. Kansas City Times: If Stanley hadn't paid himself that he got his .first Job In Kansas by underbidding a little school ma'am $5 per month, the Republican papers would have denounced it long ego ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 June 1898

ll 1898. TEE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. the contrary a printer is entitled to the ' verted questions raised by the pleading legal rates for publishing me usi or nom- ana no eviacnce was ouereu mereuu. Inatlons required to De puousnea Dy mo Australian ballot law. All the Judges concurring. A true copy. Attest: W. II. ISeal. GATES. Clerk. Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Central Division. No. 319. Tamar Derrlngton, et al., plaintiffs In er ror, vs. C. 8. Conrad, defendant In error. Krror from Saline County District Court. REVERSED. Syllabus. A condition In tho supersedeas bond re quired by the trial court, but not by the statute nnd In excess thereof is nugatory and will not be enforced. All the Judges concurring. A true copy. Attest: W. II. GATES. Seal. Clerk. Kansas Court of Appeals. Northern De partment, Central Division. No. 308. William II. Mackey, Jr., and Henry Staatz, plaintiffs In error, vs. O. I.,. Thl.sler and James Spillman, de fendants in error. Krror from Geary Cou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 June 1898

12 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JUNE 29, r w " iV w w V O W " w O w i " O O V w " w O i i O w V w THE WAGE EARNER Labor Notes. The eight-hour day Is in force on the Prussian railways. Commodore Schley has two Bona who are members of the Indianapolis Ty I)6graphical Union. , A Baltimore printer offers to enlist and fight for nothing if Borne one will support his family. The Kansas City Gazette is one of the few papers In Kansas which openly at tacks organized labor. Tho labor unions of Kansas City, Mo., have succeeded in securing the adoption of thu label on all city printing. Owing to the continued effective strikes in the Welsh coal mines the English supply is so limited that large purchases are being made in this coun try. The company that is introducing type setting machines in Germany has made an agreement with the union that only members of the latter shall operate them. The Illinois Steel Company strike at Milwaukee is growing. There are about 250 men out. The men demand a 25 per ce...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 June 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. is War Notes. Col. Fred Funston has Joined his regi ment at San Francisco. More Michigan troops leave Camp Al ger to reinforce Gen. Shafter. The monitor Monadnock has sailed from San Francisco for Manila. Teddy Roosevelt showed that he could fight in the affair near Santiago Friday. The War department seems to have all kinds of confidence In General Shaf ter. General Miles will go to Cuba and direct the military operations in the field. The Senate is considering a bill to increase the number of quartermasters by twenty. Thursday's dispatches say that Garcia, with an army of 1,500, has reinforced General Shafter. Captain Charles Stackhouse left To peka Saturday with seventeen recruits for his company. Official order was issued at San Fran cisco for the embarkation of troops for the third Manila expedition, to sail Mon day. Gen. Miles will accompany a second army to Cuba. This force is to consist of 18,000 men. It is General Coppinger's corps. The orders given t...

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. — 29 June 1898

14 JUNE 29, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FOR HOME READING J I NKAK, HUT YET 80 FAK. We talked of life and death. She Raid, "Whichever of tm two first dies Bhall come back from among the dead And teach hie friend these mysteries." She died last night, and all thin day I wear that things of every kind Are trying, trying to convoy Borne message to my troubled mind. I looked np from my tears erewhlle. That white rose dying In the cup Was gazing at roe with her smile. It bluHhed her blush as I looked np. It palod then with an agony Of effort to express me aught That would, 1 think, bring peace to me Could I but guess, and I cannot And when the wind rose at my door It clamored with a plaintive din, Like some poor creatare begging sore To be lot In. I let It In. It blow my light ont. Bound my hoad It whirled and swiftly In my ear Had whispered something ere It fled. It had hor voice, so low, so dear. The looking glass this livelong day Eas worn that curious, meaning air. I feel It when I look aw...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 29 June 1898

1893. IS THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Trou IQ hies of a, tofs Wife This woman was peculiarly afflicted ; physicians could do nothing to relieve hert yet she was cured in a simple way. She now sends a message to suffering humanity which should be helpful. Probably no other woman ever suffered fust as Mrs. Adams did, the wife of Rev. A. R. Adams, castor of the Christian church at Blandinsville, HI. Physicians were baffled by her ailment, and for years she was compelled to live a life of torture. To-day the b well and the story of her suffering and recovery will touch a respon sive cord in the heart of every woman. 44 Aboutsixyearsag:o,,tsaidMrs,Adams, "my health began to fail. The first trouble I noticed was with my stomach food did not agree with tat, and my appetite failed until I could scarcely eat. "I would begin to bloat before I was through with a meal, and the food felt like a stone in my stomach. 44 After eating I would have pains In my stomach with a smothered feeling which would f...

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. — 29 June 1898

16 JUNE 29, 1893. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Borrowed Smiles. "I will gtve you your breakfast if you will Apllt that wood behind the house." "Madam, I am sorry, very sorry. I would split that wood but for one thing. 1 am a conscientious opposer of the de struction of forests, and I can't Jend my aid in any form to the encourage ment of a mighty evil. Sorry, ma'am; good day." Cleveland Plalndcaler. Still in the Game. One of the boya stood in the front door crying. "What's the mutter?" inquired hla former play mate In the yard. "Won't your mother let you play fighting the Spanish any more?" "No. She says my brother and I must study our lessons." "Well, that's all right. You needn't get out of the game on that account. You can be a board of strategy. "Washington Star. The Retort Courteous. Robinson was a bit unsteady the other evening when he arrived at his house. His wife greeted him with frowns as he came up stairs with his lighted candle flick ering unsteadily, and upbraided him with hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 6 July 1898

'.I I 'vi , o ! "i ) l Devoted io rhe 6etf interests orrfe Home, the shop dod the farm Tenth Year, No. 27. OFFICIAL STATE rAPEK. 91 YEAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JULY G, 1898. EVERY WEDNESDAY. l'KICK FIVE CENTS. Cervera's Fleet Is Destroyed. Sampson Sinks Spanish Fleet Shatter Will Soon Have Santiago. and GOOD NEWS FROM DEWEY. Alphonso bad a fleet Whlub be tboiiftbt we couldn't beat; But Sampson met Cervera, And Cervera met defeat. Then Blanco be turned blank As tbe HpanlBb nary sank; And the ashes of Columbus Fell a trophy to tbe Yank. Ironqulll. Admiral Sampson's fleet totally de stroyed the Spanish fleet under Admiral Cervera In time to celebrate the victory on the Fourth. The complete annihi lation of the Spanish squadron at San tiago and the capture of the Spanish Admiral Cervera with 1,300 prisoners; the demand by General Shatter for the surrender of Santiago by 12 o'clock yes terday on pain of bombardment; word from Admiral Dewey that the Ladrone Islands had been captured, that a Spa...

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. — 6 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JULY 6 Spain Has commanding Twentieth regiment Kan sas volunteers, First regiment Tennes see volunteers and the recruit battalion of the First California, First Colorado, First Nebraska, Thirteenth Minnesota and Second Oregon regiment of volun teers. Third brigade, Brigadier General H. G. Otis, United States volunteers, com mandingSeventh regiment California volunteers, First regiment South Da Her Troubles. Poetical and Social Conditions at Home Are In a State of Ferment. A REVOLUTION IS PREDICTED kota volunteers, Fifty-first regiment Iowa volunteers. o London, June 28. The Madrid cor respondent of the Dally Telegraph says: "Spain is In a state of ferment, of transition, without parallel during the present century. Troubles of the grav est kind are brewing all over the prov lnces. Every political and social insti tution Is threatened in turn, and the least nervous among far-sighted poli ticians apprehend a complete revolution "But the failure of the national d...

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. — 6 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 3 Populism Can't Be Beaten. A Do-Something Policy Will Mean a Triumph for Honesty In Kan sas This Fall. JOHN W. BREIDENTHAL'S IDEA. In an interview after his return from the national committee meeting at Omaha, John W. Breidenthal said: "Kansas did remarkable things while was away. The whole complexion of the situation has been changed. We will win now. We can't be beaten. Our trl umph in November will be a triumph for honesty of conviction. The reform forces not only said things but did things. Every gun of the opposition has been spiked, every gun of the opposition in our own party has been spiked. The conventions opened the doors for every person to enter and feel at home. "The most remarkable of all things clone was what was done by the Demo crats at Atchison. It showed that they are absolutely honest in the sacrifice they made in the interest of all the peo ple. What they did was more than re markable it was astonishing. Nothing like it has been wit...

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. — 6 July 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. JULY 6, CONCERNING KANSAS i , . i m mm,w I ' y fate ' BY J. W. MORPHY. Mr. Stanley Is a railroad attorney, Seven Hutchinson saloons were pulled last week. Nlckerson Normal college has been Incorporated. A retired minister has been appointed police Judge at Wichita. Six of the Populist force of policemen have been retained at Wichita. Marsh Murdock, of the Wichita Eagle, lias been appointed postmaster. The first metropolitan police commis sioners were appointed In 1887. Ex-Confederates are Invited to join in the State 0. A. R. reunion this fall. Gen. J. K. Hudson is now at Tampa. He expects to bo sent to Porto Rico. Dave Leahy thinks that July 1 should be celebrated in Kansas as home rule day. The Wichita Beacon Bays that Gov ernor Leedy will carry Sedgwick county by 1,000 majority. The State Holiness Association goes where it can do the most good. It is in session at Wichita. An Abilene man thinks $70,000 worth of machinery has been sold in Dickin son county t...

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