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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 17 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1833. Peace Terms Made Public. Spain Gives Up Cuba and the United States Takes Porto Rico and All Spanish Islands. AQREEMENT SIGNED FRIDAY. Madrid, August 13. The text of the protocol Bigned between Spain and the United States is as follows: "His Excellency, M. Cambon, Ambas sador Extraordinary and Minister Plen ipotentiary of the French republic at Washington, and Mr. William Day, Sec retary of State of the United States, hav ing received respectively to that effect plenary powers from the Spanish gov ernment and the government of the United States, have established and signed the following articles which de fine the terms on which the two govern ments have agreed with regard to the questions enumerated below and of which the object is the establishment of peace between the two countries, namely: Article 1. Spain will renounce all claim to all sovereignty over and all rights over the island of Cuba. Article 2. Spain will cede to the United States the island o...

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. — 17 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 AUGUST 17. PUBLIC OPINION n 1E0UT Tne Ptsburg Kansan: ' Ww5JlC Leedy is a plain, blunt liANoAo. man without scollopa or , trimmings, but the common people lovo ' him and are going to vote for him. Newton Republican: Col. "Whoop" ; Tomllnson has found a political resting , jylace at last. It la hoped he will be sat- ;; Jfled. Hiawatha World (Rep.): Scoundrel . nlm may be acceptable In Doniphan i county polltlca, but It Hhould be throt ' tied now and forever In thla neighbor ' U'.ood. Minneapolis Better Way: While un der Republican rule, Kansas was a debt I contracting State; under Populist rule, ,' ; U has been a debt-paying State. Which ! do you llko tho better? ! Columbus Modern Light: If tho pco ' pie of Kansas turn down the present ! State administration It Is serving notice on all public officers of the future that they must not Interfere with the cor- , ! porations. J Klrwln Independent: Kansas Repub , ! licans only have two things against ; ' them in ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 17 August 1898

11 1891 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. l 'II FOR HOME READING The Usual Way. She first csnuyed grand opera And sadly fulled. Bhe tried to sing In concert then And only wailed, la choir and chorus 'twas tho same The audience quailed. At Inst 'twas plain hIio couldn't wing Ah she had thought, So she retired for good and all, Unknown, uiipoii'lit. Theu Ringing she would teach, sbo said, And so eho taught 1 -Loudon Fk'aro. The sweetost lives are those to duty wea, Whoso deeds, both gnat and small, Are cloao knit strands of an unbroken thread Where love ennobles all. The world may sound no trumpets, ring bo bells- The Book of Life the shining record tolls. Thy love shall chant its own beatitudes After its own life working. A child's kiss Bet on thy singing lips tliall make theu glad. A poor mau served by thee shall make thee rich. A Bick man helped by thee shall make thoe strong. Thou shalt be served thyself by every sense Of service which thou renderest. Mrw Rrnwniwa Youngest Naval Commander. A...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 17 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. IS AUGUST 17. iw" C x" W V w V T w V V V " O CV W " i" W i C w " " " w V THE WAGE EARNER The Employing Printer and the Work ers. In the Inland Printer, under the head or "The Employing Printer," Mr. Che rouny's views are given. By way of In troduction it la stated that it may be doubted whether in the ranks of trades unionism there can bo found one more enthusiastically in favor of trade organ ization or more hopeful of good from such sources than In Mr. II. W. Che rouny, the New York master printer whose views upon the subject have, on two recent occasions, found expression In these columns. Mr. Cherouny'B opin ions, while not those generally held by employing printers, are entitled to every consideration. They are, as heretofore iitated, the outgrowth of long years of experience and of the successful man agement of extensive interests in the printing line. Mr. Cherouny says: Those who favor unlimited competi tion as the rule of business intercourse often say...

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. — 17 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1833. 13 War Notes. If the Spaniards had known the condi tion of Shafter's Santiago army they would not have given up so soon. Chairman Hull of the House military commltteo thinks that a regular stand ing army of 100,000 men is needed in this country. Private Zeits, Company C, Twenty first Kansas, was struck by lightning at Chlckamauga, recently. As a result he ib now blind. The Kansas City Gazette (Rep.) gives a list of seven blunders which were made at Santiago which It charges up to Secretary Alger. Owing to poor health Captain Clark, of the Oregon, has been forced to retire from his command. Captain Barker, formerly of the naval strategy board, succeeds him. The Twentieth Kansas has been moved from Its camp on the beach at San Francisco to the Presidio, where more healthful and comfortable quar ters will be found. General Merrlam says that the peace agreement will not affect the transpor tation of troops to Manila and that all of the troops at San Francisc...

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. — 17 August 1898

14 AUGUST 17, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. , W ?( T l twMfc . .1,., i.i(iiin.wmimmin'i4iiHmim.mi(m READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By VIABLE DICCS. Sail on, O Union. Thou, too, huII on, O Hhip of state I Kail on, O Union, strong nnd great! Humunlty, with nil its fears, With all tho hopes of future yours, In hanKinif breathless on thy fute. We know what Master laid thy koel, What Workman wrought thy ribe of steel. Who made each mast and Hail ami rope. What anvila rang, what hnmniers beat, In what n forge and what a heat Were shaped tho anchors of thy hope. Four not each sudden Bound and shock. 'Tla of tho wave and not the rock, "Ti8 but the flapping of the Mali And not a rent made by tho gnln. In spite of rork and tempest's roar, In spite of false lights on the shore, Bail on nor fear to breast the son I Our hearts, our hopos, are all with thee I Our hoarta, our hopes, our prnyurd, our tonrs, Our faith triumphant o'er our fears, Are all with thoo, ure all with thee I Longfellow. Thought. 0 mes...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 17 August 1898

16 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FOR TJ THE WOMEN K OF THE FAMILY The Cosy Corner. The cosy comer is dear to every wo man's heart, and now no home is con sidered quite complete unless it has one. It requires but little thought and work to create one of these charming places; it is just as possible to have one on the farm home as the city one; indeed, the farm woman has the advantage all on her side; she has the space out of doors for her cosy corner, and if she is near a stream of water she has all she could wish for. One can be made with very little expense, or perhaps with none at all. One would need a few sofa pil lows, an old couch or hammock, one or two easy chairs and a small table. Add to this several good books and sure ly the cosy corner would be a most at tractive place on a drowsy afternoon. If the cosy corner is out of doors a piece of tent canvas can be used to make the spot very secluded and a tea table is in order at all times and at all places. New Work for fluslcal W...

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. — 17 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 16 AUGUST 17, 1893, Ualol-Year Laacdry Work. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, llft-114 Wtit Eighth Bt. Telephone 339. FOB 8AI-K OH EXCHANGE Tbree nloe eltfhtr aore farms (10 par aare; Improved; want Topeka property. Many suburban homes, away down, on lung Hon. Any number of tart you want, close to Iheolty, on longtime at 0 percent. Heveral farms, at 10 per wn, from 40 to mi acres, wall Improved, long time. Sand ma a description of your merchandise for ale or exohane. I always have ounoniera. Jobn h. L'oward, 401 Kansas Are., Topeka. OEO.J.aRAVES&SONS, North Topeka Carriage Works, 118-117 WEST LAURENT. ALL. KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE, Repaired, Tainted and Trimmed. ROOFIHG. Bteel Standing Seam, Corrugated, V Ortmp Kuberold. Ark Brand Prepared felt lleatet, Strongest, Beat. w. Vlxod ready for dm. CJloiw nine nmsii. one uniiou wn cover MM square fuel of sur face. One coat will last lira vnara. Writ for prices. Tk Kansas City Rooflng ft Cor. Co, 418 Dei. 61.. Kansas v:it m...

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. — 24 August 1898

Devoted 10 me Bar Interests of rite Home the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 34. ?IKSLV7AT.F. TOPEKA, KANSAS, AUGUST 21, 1898. 33 1CVKRY WHnNKBDAY. I'ltlCK F1VK CK1NT8. T u """l ' ,,... . ' .',-.Vl' ".'...t.nii....Jaa..' I,l,.,v.3.j J'TT.II , AFTER THE BATTLE. TheM pictures, taken within an hour after the surrender of Admiral Cerven, show to some extent the terrible effect of the masterful gunnery of our squadron under command of Commodore Schley. Both the Almirante Uquendo and the Viz caya were burning at the time the pictures were taken and tome slight changes in their positions hare taken place since. How Manila Surrendered. General flerrltt Officially Announces the Terms of the Capitulation. KIND TREATT1ENTTO PRISONERS General Merrltt has cabled the War department that the following are the terms of'the surrender: "First The Spanish troops, European and native, capitulate with the city and defenses, with all the honors of war, depositing their arms In the places des ignated by...

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. — 24 August 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AUGUST 24, Manila Taken With Light Loss A Land and Naval Attack Soon Brings the City to Peace Terms. AMERICAN FLAG RAISED. New York, August 17. A special dis patch from Manila, August 13, via Hong Kong, to the New York Journal, says: Five American soldiers were killed and forty-five wounded In the capture of Manila this afternoon. The stars and stripes were raised over tho city at 6:40 o'clock in the afternoon. In the bay Admiral Dewey's fleet thun dered a national salute. The combined naval and land forces were employed In the capture of the Spanish stronghold of the Philippines. At 9 o'clock in the morning the sig nal to begin firing was set on Admiral Dewey's flagship. Tho authorities of the city and the consuls of foreign powers had previous ly been notified of the Intended bom bardment. For two hours great shells were thrown into the city. After the bombardment the troops moved for.ward to attack the Spanish In the trenches. There had been no re ply to ...

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. — 24 August 1898

S MS. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Miscellaneous Paragraphs. The King of Spain, who ia a mere boy, has scarlet fever. The torpedo boat deatroyer Farragut showed a epeed of thirty-two knots at the builders' trial test. Sagasta thinks he has unloaded lots of trouble on this country by giving up the territory which Is being acquired. Dewey Is glad that a Southerner, Con gressman Livingston, Introduced the Congressional resolution thanking him for his victory. President McKinley has appointed Lieutenant Hobson's father, who Is a Democrat, postmaster at Greensboro, Ala. The appointment was made at the request of local Republicans. Last spring the city council of Indian apolis defeated an antl-scalplng ordi nance, and as a result the railroads re fuse to give reduced rates to any large meeting which may be held In that city. A Denver Republican cartoon repre sents Uncle Sam with Cuba and Porto Rico, two colored urchins, on each knee, while another labeled Philippines Is ask ing'What are you gol...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 24 August 1898

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AUGUST 24, CONCERNING KANSAS ' iiii-l5iwjylfflnwi.i tiHr M'i . ,!,.ifhi....t.. BY J. W. MQRPHY. Republican dollar wheat Is now selling for GO cents. Governor Lecdy spoke at Frankfort last Wednesday. The Populist fee and salary law saves Harvey county $4,100. Mrs. Dlggs addressed a large Populist meeting In Texas last week. Only about one-half of the Republican county conventions have been held. There are 103 cities in Kansas which have a population of more than 1,000. The Klrby bank, at Abilene, has al ready declared a dividend of 10 per cent. Warden Landls son, Irving, was on the Monterey in the capture of Manila. The Larned Tiller and Toiler has re duced its subscription price to 50 cents. Senator Harris is urging John Davis for a place on the National Labor Com mission. Dave Leahy says that Boyle beat Stanley to the miners with that "mes sage of hope." Ingalls is in favor of the United States taking everything on earth that it can get its hands on. A Stro...

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. — 24 August 1898

1898. 5 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. GENERAL NEWS NOTES remarkable that Mr. Simpson did not go to Bee him. He called at his office, however, and spent considerable time with Mr. Lewis, the Governor's private secretary. Douglas county fuslonists have nom inated the following ticket: Represen tatives, D. H. Lewis and John Weaver; Probate Judge, B. J. Norton; County At torney, C. L. Poehler; Superintendent, Miss Julia Miller; Clerk of the Court, John E. Wagner; Commissioner, Col. William Nace. Joe Fugate, the Democrat who has been nominated by the Populists and Democrats of Harvey county, declared in his Bpeech of acceptance that he fa vored the Initiative and referendum and proportional representation. He praised the State administration and eulogized Jerry Simpson. Judge II. G. Webb, of Parsons, one ot the recent Republican converts about whom so much is being said by the leaders and newspapers of that party, is a relative of candidate Stanley. It would certainly be discreditable to Mr. St...

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. — 24 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. AUGUST 24, 1 Practical. Far From Actual Experience. m Notes 1 "Agriculture Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Nobis Employment ol Man." & George WaslilnRton. American Cattle. More than two-thirds of the cattle uhlpped to fJreat Britain in 18!)7 were from the United Stated. Our exports of beef cattle to that country have been steadily incrcuKlng for some years and will be likely to materially increase for some years to come. In 1895 we shipped to that market 270,500 head of cattle; in 18'JG, wo sent them 31)3,000 and in 1897 they bought from this country 416,000 head. American beef seems to be rap Idly growing in favor among English consumers and this will have a tendency to increase tho price to the American producers. Agriculture In Dewey Islands. As the United States now controls the Dewey, formerly Philippine, Islands It is of interest to know that they are won derfully rich In a line of agricultural resources which would greatly add to the we...

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. — 24 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1S98. if THE SOY BEAN. One of the Mont Promising of Annual Leguminous Forage rianU. The 807 beau rauks high among the leguminous forage plants of compara tively recent introduction in this coun try. Of all legumes in cultivation the Wlm SOY BRANS. peanut alone exceeds it in the amount and digestibility of its food constitu ents. The soy bean requires about the same class of soils an Indian corn and will grow about as far north as that crop can be depended on. The best re sults with it have been obtained in the region between the thirty-seventh and forty-fourth parallel east of the Rocky mountains. The region best adapted to it, then, is the "corn belt," a circum stance which argues well for its future use and value in conjunction with corn for fattening animals. The soy bean should be planted in late spring or early summer after the ground has become warm. In general the early varieties should be used if a seed crop is desired and the medium or late varieties ...

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. — 24 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 AUGUST 21, THE ADVOCATE FOft Til HOME AND NEWS shop AND f AMI OVVICIAL PAPER Ot THE STATE OK KANSAS. Pii'Ijhei Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kaius. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Eoaona ard paorBirrowi. BntMorlptlon Ratest One copy one year by matt, $1. In tint) of ten or more, by nail, one year, 7a eeru tacit. The advertising rait of The Advocate and JVui art una. Kmnuut will m maae ana prist ur niehed on aptlU-alUm. No extra charge for cut, etc. The pnbliMhen reserve the right Ut reject any ohjectionalile advertising. The rtatlen of thie paper may consoler any advertUement which an pear herein a reinventing a firm whoe rtlialAt- ity can be toxuhei for oil vie puinuner. The Advoc4tte wo enlablMied in IHM, and im eonsolUiated with The Kanm New in 1HU7. The Advocate and New i the iipkiat StUe paper, and ha a larger cinntution than any othtr Kama vxskly whkh receive advertisement. For information regarding nUmcripllon and aavcnmng rates, auires Office: THE ADVOCATE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 24 August 1898

189S. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 9 ft V - ; -.."VM , . '' ".' ,''"" ' 'i ' ' ' : ',)',, I ' . ' , PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION. BT W. H. T. WAKBrilU, NECESSITY FOR A BETTER SYSTEM. Like many other words which we con nue to use from force of custom, "pro portional representation" Is not strictly descriptive of the Idea It Is lnten d e d to convey. "Effec tive represen t a 1 1 o n, or "complete rep r e s e ntatlon," more fully con vey the Idea. Ours being a representatl v e government, In which the peo ple as a whole are (in theo ry) supposed to g o v er n themselves by and through representatives chosen by themselves, it necesnarily fol lows that the best system of representa tion is that one which renders effective the largest possible percentage of votes cast for representatives, bearing In mind that "representatives" means not merely members of the Legislature, but all officials, or members of the govern ment, which represents the governing jjowcr of the people, as a board of di rector...

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. — 24 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 AUGUST 24, . , . 1 a PUBLIC OPINION fi IN Lawrence World(Itep.): Thii T?anntt1lpana Arn GENERAL proud that a Republican administration has conducted the war, but It has been everybody's war when It comes to politics. Garden City Sentinel (Pop.): It would really be refreshing to again see something In some of our Republican exchanges about the wide difference be tween the price of wheat and silver un der the McKlnley prosperity regime. The Journal de St. Petersburg (semi official): The prestige of the white pop ulation in the Philippines has been al most entirely destroyed by the war. If an attempt la made to give the Islands autonomy It will have to bo effected gradually, under strictly benevolent Eu ropean tutelage. Any other regime would bring back barbarism. Spring Hill New Era (Rep.): Up to 187$ the government freely coined both gold and silver, but It never exchanged one for the other or either of them for any other kind of money. The ex changing began...

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. — 24 August 1898

1898. 11 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FOR HOME READING A Soldier With ft Cue. The first Chinese to enlist in the United States volunteer arniy is Ong Qj. Tow of Santa Ana, Cal. Ho is a suc cessful merchant of that place, bo it is pare patriotism and not the$13amoma fill? v. : 1 PI1. 'IN 'lj I'll r ONQ Q. TOW. which has urged him to go into the ranks. Ho is ono of the rocruitsof Com pany L, Seventh California volunteers. Privato Tow is a nativo of California. Ho was born in Sonoma county, Cal., 25 years ago. A Time Honored Inntltntlon. One of the material evidences of the many safeguards against tiros aboard ship is the smoking lamp. It is one of the time honored institutions of the navy as well. The smoking lamp is con- ABOUND THE SMOKING LAMP. strncted upon the same lines as a lan tern, but the globois made of sheet iron instead of glass. In the side there is a small round hole, through which Jack may stick his pipe in order to catch the flame. Balqnlri Bm ft Future. The little town of B...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 24 August 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 12 AUGUST 24, THE WAGE EARNER yijsf'i0'ii 'ji o 4. u o mmj c o o o o o o yooyoy O 4? A Decision For Humanity. Appellate Court Upholds the Consti tutionality of Anti-Scrip Law. MINERS TO GET THEIR RIQHT5. Following Is the decision delivered by the Court of Appeals hurt week up holding the "scrip case," decision of Judge Simons, thus declaring the use of miners' scrip Illegal, and gives At torney General Boyle and County At torney Wldby another victory. "From a conviction under an infor mation charging a violation of Ch. 145, laws of 1897, C. L. Haun appeals. It was charged that Haun was agent and cashier of the Kansas Commercial Coal Company, a corporation doing business la Crawford county, Kansas, In operat ing coal mines, and employing more than ten persons In operating said mines' In that county, and that as Buch agent and cashier Haun did unlawfully, and on behalf of the coal company, sell, give and deliver a certain order, com monly called a punch-check, t...

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