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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 7 September 1898

... A Devoted to rhe Bar Interests or rite Home, the 5hop And the form Tenth Year, No. 36. 888?SiV8g, TOPEKA, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 7, 1898. 3a VlViSSH- It's Chilly For Republicans. Stanley's Opening; Speech at Lawrence Heard by Less People Than McNall Addressed In the Short Grass Country. ABUSE IN ARGUMENT'S STEAD. When Stanley's Lawrence meeting, at which he was to open the campaign was announced, many people recalled the fact that It had previously been stated that the opening would occur In the en emy's stronghold, and that they would there demonstrate that the people were interested in Republican success this ; j jetu turn max rupuusm was uuomeu. 7r---y The opening meeting was held at Law I ' J rence last Thursday. , According to the Topeka Journal there 1 ' were' 1,000 persons present The Kansas City Times places the attendance at 800; the Kansas City Journal carefully refrains from giving any figures as to the attendance, while the Topeka Capi tal says that the attendance was lar...

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. — 7 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 2 SEPTEMBER 1, Convict Coal Sales Common. Republicans Never Had Any Consid eration for Free liners When They Were In Power. THE POPULIST RECORD CLEAR. It Is a fact that Republicans have always sold penitentiary coal. There never was a time when any attention was given to the miner's protest against flooding tho mar ket with It. In this their record differs from that of the Populists. Just as soon as the latter could devise means where by the convicts could be employed In other lines they were so employed and every effort was made to curtail the production to the point that the output would leave as little surplus as possi ble. As evidence of this fact It may be truthfully stated that but 36.7G0 bush t:ls have been put upon the open market In the eight months from December 1, 1897, to August 1, 1898. Republicans not only sold freely, but In certain cases they forgot to collect for that which went on the market. Most of the deal3 of the last named sort were made...

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. — 7 September 1898

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Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 7 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 SEPTEMBER 7, CONCERNING KANSAS - y..(Jj,,.in'in l-. ! BY J. W. MORPHY. A Kinsley woman Ih the first of her sex to file a suit In bankruptcy. Charley Curtis has his eye on the Sen ate, according to Fred Vandegrlft. "Rally round the swag, boys," Is the Republican war cry this year, according to Dave Leahy. Col. H. M. Greene, of Lawrence, Is Im proving In health, but his right arm Is still paralyzed. A Douglas county man will lose on an accident policy because he made an error In giving his age. Lyon county Populists and Democrats have a harmonious fusion on the county ticket and it will win. Mr. Stanley's newspaper speech and the one published in the papers are not alike by several majority. Sheridan county Republicans put a Populist, a Democrat and a Silver Repub lican on their county ticket. The Topeka Capital nas decided that it Is safe to abuse Kansas soldiers some more and It is doing its best. Senator Harris will speak at two big silver picnics to be hel...

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. — 7 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 6 GENERAL NEWS NOTES President Woodruff, of the Mormon church, i3 dead. Four cases of yellow fever are reported at Taylor, Miss. Missouri's Secretary of State collected $6,768 in fees during the month of Au gust. Japan is buying the four trunk lines of railroad which are In operation In the island kingdom. A big sewing machine trust, including American and British manufacturers, is being organized. Only one telegraph line in Cuba is owned by a private corporation and It is only fifty miles In length. The natives of Jamaica do not take as kindly to annexation to the United States as was at first supposed. The Cubans and Forto Ricans are very illiterate. They were almost en tirely without educational advantages. All of the telegraph lines of Cuba, the Philippines and Porto Rico are owned by the government except one little line in Cuba. Queen Wilhelmina of Holland became of age last Wednesday and began busi ness as queen In fact. Her mother, who has acted as que...

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. — 7 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0 SEPTEMBER 7, 8 Pradic m rar Note From Actual Experience. $ "Agricultuw Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment of Man." Ant HUM A good way to get rid of ants and ant hills is to make holes an Inch or bo In diameter and a foot deep, with a sharp Btlck, in the ant hllla and pour a tableHpoonful of blwulphlde of carbon In the hole and clone the top with earth. The bisulphide of carbon will penetrate the ground and kill the ants. Care must be taken In handling the bisulphide of carbon, as It Is suffocating and danger ous If breathed into the lungs. Kero sene poured Into an ant hill will destroy the ants. Pulverized red pepper will drive them away, and ho will powdered borax. Fodder Corn. For fodder corn a sweet, Juicy stalk with an abundance of leaves Is most de sirable. Stowell's Evergreen is a large growing sweet corn which generally an swers the purpose for a good fodder corn better than almost any other variety. If needed for late summe...

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. — 7 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. 7 dayB "of horse breeding, when "every thing was bred and every stallion's book was fall Go into any locality in the country, and farmers will be found who are pursuing the same old plan the plan that produced colts that went to market owing their breeders more than they brought. Some have loarned the contly lesson, and large breeders have mostly learned it, but too many have failed to profit by their losses in the past. There will bo no scarcity of scrub horses in the future, whatever may bo truo of other kinds. National Stock- PLUM AND CHERRY ROT. Bordeaux nd Copper Sulphate Used Kx eept on Japanese Varieties of Plain. Thero is complaint each year about cherries and plums rotting on the treos. A writer iu New England Homestead, who has had great Iohs with cherries rotting, nevertheless doos not fear the rot nearly so .much as the black aphis, which bo has found unmanageable and the cause of the death of more cherry trees than all other causes put toget...

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. — 7 September 1898

THE ADTOCATE AND NEWS. 8 SEPTEMBER 1, THE ADVOCATE FOR THE HOME AND NEWS SHOP AN'J f APM OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE STATE OF KANSAS. Pablished Every Wedneidiy.it Topek. Kabus. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., EoiToaa AND Propbiitobs. SntHiorlptloa Rat:-One copy one year by tnaU, $t. In cM of ten or mure, by matt, one year, 75 cents each. The advcrtisina rates of The Advocate and Newt art low. Estimate will be ituuU and price fur nished on amdlcation. No extra cluirye fur cuts, ete. Tlie publMiers reserve the rUM to reject any uhjcctionalU advertising. The reatlers of thi paper may consider any advertisement which ap pears herein as representing a firm whose reliabil ity can be vouchcA for by the puldishers. Hi AdvocAiie win established in 1HH9, and was consolidated with The Kansas News in IKO. The Advocate and New is the offlcM State paper, and has a larger circulation than anu other Kansas weekly which receives advertisements. For inftvrmatUm regarding subscriptions and advertising rates, ad...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 7 September 1898

1898. 0 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. doctrines as since perverted are as different as day and nlKht. Most of the working men regard Christ as a very prominent man who took a firm stand for the eman cipation of the oppressed, and If he were living to-day would belong to their party. Some of the men, however, In their re plies, still retain a religious devotion to the Lord and acknowledge his entirely unique character, and do not deny the pos sibility of the miracles ascribed to him. (4) Concerning Luther. Social democratic and Ultramontalne Innuendo has succeeded In producing a caricature of the Reformer In the minds of the worklngmen of tier many. They know of him only in relation to the peasants' war and the double mar rlnge of Philip of Hesse. Many of those replying know nothing whatever of him. (5) Concerning God and creation. God Is regarded by many as an Impossibility. Na ture Is God. The fact of creation seemed to perplex many of the respondents. They say that the world was not crea...

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. — 7 September 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. SEPTEMBER 7, Cv y f - jfiy r f p, PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT Kansas City Times lltlOiO 1UC1D ill UOl DO nirillt;i.UlU6 khiuhj. in tne waters of Manltou that gives Judge Williams the idea that he is bigger than Kansas. He never en- Joins the operation of the laws of the State until he goes to that health resort Rich society has a terrible influence over the average Federal Judge. IIutchinBon Gazette: What has become of that Republican yell about the ineffi ciency of Kansas military officers? It must havo hurt somebody, probably the poor fellows who had the responsibility of choking It off bo suddenly. Belolt Call: The present administra tion has conducted the affairs of the State with such scrupulous honesty and admirable business ability that the Re publicans can find no weak point for at tack. Lawrence World (Rep.): If Charley Curtis has a pull at Washington suffici ent to have the Twenty-third sent to Santiago, why did he not have pull enough to send the Twenti...

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. — 7 September 1898

1898. 11 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FOR HOME READING Ode to the Owing. You may talk about the tariff and protectioB aud free trade, And party panaceas fur oppressing human ills And "improving trade conditions," and tin boom tJiut wheat bus mado, But the way to Btir up business la to pay your little bills. If you owo the grocer twenty, and ho owed thi butcher tun, And five more to the coalman find to th iceman five, Your payment of the twenty helps aluny thro bushier men, And the payments they can make in turr make other people thrive. Idle money in your pocket doesn't do you any good. Unless your bills are all paid up in full it isn't yours. Just pay up all you're able, as you wish thai others would. That's the recipe for hard times that invari ably cures. If you pay what you owe others, others etIL can then pay you. It's the circulating dollar that the pulse oi business thrills, lo set your money working and then watot what it will do, For the way to stir up business is to pay your lit...

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. — 7 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 13 SEPTEMBER 7, I THE WAGE EARNER & -Ja Boyle Won't Olve Up, Last Wednesday Attorney General Doyle was notified that Judge Williams had enjoined him from enforcing the screen law by injunction in Crawford county. Judge Williams, It appears, only enjoined Mr.Boyle from enforcing the law by injunction. He has not enjoined him from applying the other remedy, which la the enforcement of the law by crimi nal proceedings. It Is probable that At torney General Boyle can prove to him that criminal proceedings is not a prac tical remedy. In order to enforce the law by criminal proceedings, some victim of the violation of law must swear to the complaint, and as the victim must, of ne cessity, be a miner, he would undoubt edly be discharged from the service of the company. The condition of the min ers is such from the practical servitude in which they are held by the mine op erators, that the loss of his Job would mean starvation. It was becau.se of the knowledge of ...

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. — 7 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1898. is Clemens Talks of Williams' Order. (Continued from page 1.) him with head-ducking respect, let oth ers do as they will. I am going to de fend him against the unreasonable at tacks of my own crowd. Suppose the constitution of the United States does forbid him to entertain a suit against the Attorney General of a State. Sup pose an act of Congress does expressly forbid him to enjoin proceedings in a State court. Are such technical object ions entitled to a moment's consideration when nothing but his interference can prevent a corporation being subjected to the humiliation of yielding servile obedience to a State law and the orders of a mere State court? In the presence of a great emergency like this who can ask a self-respecting federal Judge to hesitate, and waste precious time exam ining ancient constitutional provisions and acts of Congress to see whether he has a lawful right to interfere? What if live judges had sustained these laws, and courtesy wo...

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. — 7 September 1898

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. SEPTEMBEft 7, ; i. WrWiarW...' ; , w. I Mi READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. The Wrhlt Dixie. They're named a crulwr Dixie that's what the papers Hiiy An I hours thoy're goin tor man her with the hoji that worn tho grny. Good news I It nortcr thrillM mo an makon me want ter bt Whar the ban' In' piny in "Dixie" an the Dixie put ter bh. They 've named a cruincr Dixie, an, fellers, I'll be boon'. You're goln tor tee some fightin when the Dixie swings aronn'. Ef any o' thorn Hpanlnh ships shall strike her east or wont, Jest lot tho ban play "Dixie," an tho boys' 11 do the rest. I want tor eoe thnt Dixie. I want ter tuko my Stan' On the dock o' her an holler, "Throo eh -ors for Dixie lun'l" She means we're all united, the wnr hurts hoalod away, An "Way down south In Dixio" is national today. Here's three cheers an a tigor as hearty as kin be! An let the ban' play "Dixio" when the Dixie puts ter bo. She'll make her way an win tho day from shlnin oust te...

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. — 7 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 15 fftJ. FOR jl THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY a 1 A llallade of Lovernlaud. In Loveralnnd the skies are blue Or barred with rosy clouda between, Tho flowers are fairer far of hue Than ever flowers of earth were neon, And all day long through meadows green, BoHide the river, hand in hand, Walk youths and maidens of gentle min In Ijovornlnnd, in Loversland. And some there aro that lightly strew With roses all tho way serene, And some that pleaaant odors brew From older flower and eglantmo, And others still, in dell and dene, With brows the kindly sun hns tanned. Who sow the grain and hnrvoHt glean In Loversland, in Loversland. Don Cupid schools a merry crew Beneath the beeches' leafy screen And bids each ardent swain construe The glances from his mistross' een. No harder tank than this, I ween, Was ever there for scholar planned To sing and serve his fancy's queen In Loversland, in Loversland. Ah, can it be that we have boen, Sweetheart, on that enchanted strand; That...

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. — 7 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 16 September mi Borrowed Smttea. An old lady, whose husband was sick In bed, Bent for the doctor, who came and saw the old lady. "I will send him Bome medicine," he Bald, on leaving, "which must be taken In a recumbent poi-.ture." After he hau gone the old wo man sat down, greatly puzzled. "The recumbent posture a recumbent post we,'' she kept repeating; "I haven't got cne." At last she thought, "I will go and see If old Mrs. Smith has got one to lend me." Accordingly she went and ealti to her neighbor, "Have you a re cumbent posture to lend me to put some medicine In?" Mrs. Smith, who was as Ignorant as her friend, replied: "I had one: but, to tell you the truth, I have lost It." Pearson's Weekly. FOR 8 A LB OR EXCIIANUB.-Three nice elgbty aor. farms HO per acre; Improved; want Topeka property. Many tnburban homes, away down, on longtime. Any number of acres yon want, olose to th. oltv.on long time at 8 percent. Beteral farms, at I'M) per aore, from 40 to 240...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 14 September 1898

Devoted to foe m Interests or the Home, the 5hop and the farm Tenth Year, No. 37. OFFICIAL 8TATK FAl'JKU. ! YKAli. TOPEKA, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER U, 1898. c7n KVKKY WKIJNKSOAY. FJtlCK FIVK CKMIS. Twenty-second Comes Home. The Boys Are Disappointed Because They Could Not Fight and G!ad to Get Home Rather Than Do Garrison Duty. THE HEALTH OF ALL GOOD. The Twenty-second Kansas volunteers arrived at Leavenworth last Sunday af ternoon. They were greeted by brass bands and thousands of enthusiastic clt izens who patiently waited hours and hours for their arrival. The boys came In good condition. Only about a dozen of them were on the sick list and these were cared for in a special Pullman pal ace car provided for their benefit The regimental Morro castle, the guard house, required another car. The American soldier in camp with no se rious work ahead and no prospect of it, Is a mischievous fellow. He enjoys life to the extent of his ability. He succeeds Just as he succeeds when he Is drawn into...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 2 SEPTEMBER 14, Barker Named For President Mlddle-oMhe-Road Populist Conven tion Names the Philadelphia Jour nalist and Ignatius Donnelly. THE CONVENTION WAS NOISY. the population of the several States. The suggestion to muster out all of the volunteers from your State cannot there fore be entertained. The Secretary of War has already Inquired of the Gover nors of the several States what regi ments In their Judgment can with the least Inconvenience remain In the ser vice. Their advices will, so far as con sistent with the public interests, be complied with." Another Unconverted Convert. will have to begin all over to get used to modern ways and conventionalities. For instance, he will doubtless hunt up a tin pan which the folks used to water the chickens In all summer to eat from, and get accustomed by degrees to the use of china and cut glass dishes. Sol diers with the manners of Lord Ches terfield are might scarce." McNall Wants No Foolishness. Superintenden...

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. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. .1898. Generals Should Be Hanged. Stormy Scenes Hark the fleeting of the Spanish Parliament, and Gov ernment and nilltary Leaders Are Censured. WAR TALK IN SECRET. When the Spanish Cortes began its sessions the republican leader moved an Investigation of Sagasta's conduct of the war. Sagasta asked that the matter be taken up behind closed doors, and the president acceded to the request. While the officers were clearing the gal leries of spectators the republicans and conservatives made a vigorous protest against the executive session. The con fusion was very great and amounted to a perfect uproar. In the Spanish Senate a similar scene occurred. All of the leading generals, including Weyler.were in their seats. General Weyler imme diately began an attack on Count d'Al menas because In greeting returned sol diers he had ignored the officers. This, according to his Ideas, was a reflection on the latter. "The mistakes made in Cuba are not to be blamed upon the arm...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 14 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 4 SEPTEMBER 14, . v.' CONCERNING KANSAS I m I1'M)hiJWi..IIII' "''''''''"'''''''Iri''WiV.'..'.' fcwrA- BY J. W. MORPHY. The Mound City Standard runs a col ored man's column. A light frost was reported at Coolldge last Friday morning. The State University has been run ning thirty-two years. A Mcpherson hank has been burned out twice in thirty days. Light fronts were reported In several localities last Wednesday night. The Mitchell county Democrat conven tion has Indorsed the Populist ticket. A heavy frost was reported at Augusta last week. Stanley tried. to speak there. The passenger train on the Sallna branch has at last been put on. It runs to riainvllle. What Stanley needs Is some scheme to draw a crowd and then some one to make a speech for him. Franklin county Republicans are so short on issues that they by resolution attack private business men. Dr. Neely has an easy thing In his legislative race. Ex-Attorney General Dawes is running against him. Judge Hor...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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