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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 7 December 1898

1801 13 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. formed in the preparation of the sched ule preparatory to the enumeration ot . ,he population. ( In the year 1900 will occur the centen nial anniversary 'ot the rounding ot tne city ot Washington lor the permanent capital of the government of the United States, by autnority ot an act of Con gress, approved July 16, 17U0. In May, isoo, the arcnives and general oincea ot the feaeral government were removed to this piace. un tne nth of isoveuiDer, lbUO, tne national congress met nere for the hrst time and assumed exclusive coutrQi of tne feaeral district and city. Tnis interesting event assumes all tne more eignincauce wnen we recall tne Cir cumstances attending tne cnoosing of tne site, tne naming oi tne capital iu noudr ot tne tatner ot his country and tne in terest taneu by him in tne adoption ot pians tor its future development on a maguincent scale. 'iuese original plana have been wrougut out witn a constant progreub ana a signal success, eveu oeyouu...

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 December 1898

14 THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. DfiCfiMfifift 1, READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MADLE CICC3. The MUl That Dldat Stop. Be got angry one day And thruaUned to quit; Didn't fanoy the way TIiIdri were going a bit, And so, In huff, llo resigned. It waa moant for a bluff, For the boy In his mind Fondly funded that they Would bog him to Btay, Hut they itunned him and filled him with wo Alien thoy failed to rebol aaalnat letting him go. Keenly bereft, With a heart that was tor And a weight on hla mind Such ai never before The day ha resigned Had ooine to oppress him, ha left, But the greatest and saddest of shocks waa tt oome, For when he stole round on the following day lie wu atricken dumb To tea that the mill was still grinding away, Merrily hamming its wonted song As if nothing at all had ever gone wrong. 8. E. Klaer In dove land Loader. Master or Servant. "Wheels, wheels, and nothing but wheels. The world seems all a-wheel nowadays," commented Mr. Drownson, running his eye down the advertisem...

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 December 1898

IB 1883. 0 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. g$ ' pop THE WOMEN " OF The family b l : TrUcUlA. Dear PrlHcllla, quaint and very Like a modern puritan, Is a modeat, literary, Merry young American; Horace she baa reud, and Blon Jjj her favorite In Ureek ; Shuktpeiire Is a mighty Hon lb whose den she dares but peek ; II I in btiB leaves to some stge Daniel, Biure of Hun she'd afralu She prefers a playful spaniel, tiuch as llerrli k or as frued; Anu It's not a bit satiric To confess her fancy (roes From the epic to a lyric On a rose. F. D. Sherman. How to Be Charming. Girls, I wonder if you have ever thought what it means to be really charming; not merely pretty and gra cious, but charming from the heart Don t you all know some one whom strangers call homely and awkward,, but whom you, who know, call charming? It is not the beauty of person or costly clothes which makes one truly charming, but it is goodness from the heart, kind ness, charity, broad-mindedness, and simplicity. What a splendid place...

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 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AN0NEWS. 1C WdsMor UeSfi Wok. PEUSLnSS STEAM LAUTRY, 119-H4 Wert Eiihtb St. Telephone I8J. 1 1IEK MEW is a small amount, but you may have the Advocate and News for that. Write to the publishers that you will take the paper at that rate, to be paid some time during the year; and if at any time you ,j don't like it you can stop it at once and settle up. Isn't this installment offer fair enough! This paper is an ' ! Advocate and News for work ' era. Look it over, size it up and send us your name. TjlOB BALK OR MCnAMG.-Three nlee elbty I scirs fsnut KO per sere; lmprod;. wnt Toik Iiropertjr. Mftny tnburtao borne, awf down, on onUm. Any nniuber of Kr joa w.ut, clow w the oitf , on Ion Um st iMrNM, Boveial f srmi, at M per r, from 40 to tf um, well lmproTed, long time. Sand nie a dtvlpMonof your nieronandlM for kin or exobtnge. 1 lwy ot euitooiera. John L. UowMd, Mil IUiim ., Topoka. DAVID nARTIN, (Xi-Cnlef Justice of Kdm) . ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR, Attention given to tmrinest...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 14 December 1898

l v 1 Devoted to me Besr Interests or the Home, the 3hop and the Farm 1 H 1 ' l-J TTL. in .... v'v'': 1'; ; t. Are-y "r- -7 7- m wfo 'W mc x OFFICIAli 8TATK Tenth Year, No. 50. rAncn. i ykak. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 14, 1898. sn EVERY WEDNESDAY. 1'KiCK F1VK CENTS. A Kansan on Cuba's Condition Decided Change for the Better Since the Close of the War. OPPORTUNITY FOR COLORED RACE. I.IKl'T. COI,. BEf'K. 3.3d Kansas Vol. Infantry. ( Written for the Advocate and News by Lieutenant Culonol James Buck, Tweuty-rtlrd Kansas Volun teer Infantry.) Headquarters Twenty-third Kansas Volun teer Infantry. San Luis, Cuba, Nov. 23, 1808. We have been located at or near San Luis, Province of Santiago, ever since our arrival on the island, consequently my views are confined to this territory. This province bore its share of of the struggle between the Spaniards and Cubans, and as a result every thing was either destroyed or neglected, and at the date of our arrival here presented a de plorable condi t...

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 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 14, THE PULSE OF POPULISM IN KANSAS. Reform Must Come In Some Name. Anthony Bulletin. .The rank and file of Populists are Just r.a earnest advocates, of reform now as ttifly have ever been, and whether they we ia the future Identified with a party Iniown as the People's, American, Inde pendent or New Democracy, they will iaWr Just as earnestly for reforms which r rast eventually be accomplished. Democrats Must Progress. , .'oill'jine Lodge Indoi. When the Democrats incorporate in ' tl.slr platform a direct legislation plank, government ownership, irredeemable uyrrency and kindred issues demanded ly, a progressive people and a growing nation, and nominate men fully in sym pathy with these vital principles of gov ernment, then, but not before, can they talk about absorbing the Populist party. i Party Abandonment Bad Policy. VVrenoe JolterHonlan. A number of the leaders and would-be ' loaders of the Democratic and Populist parties are having much to say ...

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 December 1898

1831 3 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. e:r y$ PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT Minneapolis Bettor Way Prn flnn thlnir that KANSAS. partially reconciles us to Mr. Stanley's election ,1s that we are In a fair way to learn how he stands on the liquor question. Minneapolis Better Way (Pop. Mr. Stanley says he is willing to learn from his fusion friends. One thing he has al ready learned 13 not to monkey with any of the laws passed by them. Junction City Sentinel (Pop.): The people can say we turned a clean, able, faithful set of officers out of the State house, anyway. That is more than the opposition can Bay at all times. Lebanon Journal (Pop.): The Repub lican party is run by the present na tional banking system, that financially wrecks more people every year than any other system that could possibly be de vised; and yet the people of Kansas vot ed against any improvement for their own safety. Wichita Beacon (Dem.): Abolishing offices before election is easy, but when Mr. Stanley comprehends the poverty o...

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 December 1898

4 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 14, CONCERNING KANSAS r,; BY J. W. MORPHY. Burr Oak Is organizing to locate and improve a park. Stanley's personal election expenses amounted to $615. The Llndsborg Record (Rep.) has sus pended publication. The Lincoln county courthouse was de stroyed by Are last week. The Junction City Sentinel (Pop.) thinks that McNall would do for Gov ernor. The Twentieth Regular Infantry, now at Leavenworth, will likely be sent to Manila. J. S. Dawson, of Hill City, has been appointed bond clerk In the State Trea urer's office. N. D. Saunders will' be appropriation clerk In the auditor's office under the new administration. According to the returns on file In Miami county the Democrat and Populist vote wa9 about equal. Three Kansas Republican dallies don't want the Philippines annexed at all un der any circumstances. The Kansas State Temperance Union Is organizing to fight resubmission in the coming legislative session. Beer costs 40 cents a pint in the Phil ipp...

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. — 14 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 6 THE WAGE EARNER I O O O ? O ' '-' ' J The Universal Label. One of the most far-reaching changes to 'be proposed to the convention of the American Federation of Labor Is the adoption of a universal label. It will simplify matters greatly, while strength ening the spirit of unionism through unity. The Advocate aria News has al ready given a description of the label. Regarding its benefits Mr. Herman Tied Jens, its promoter, says: The letters "V. L." in monogram are so significant, representing, as they do, Universal Labor, Union Label, United Labor, Union Labor, and transposed standing for Labor Union, that a special plea of the writer for their retention may be pardoned. The monogram itself Is Important from the fact that It may be protected by .copyright or registration, which may not be done in the case of separate letters. It Is altogether likely that our friends of the photo-engravers' union can improve upon the suggestion submitted, and when the time com...

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. — 14 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS; c DECEMBER 14, 8 !4 51 "Agriculture Is the Most Healthful, Most Useful, and Most Noble Employment t Man." 1) George Washington. la fl-m n . ins r, v mtvi cr HIM ft TO T From Actual Experience. Commendable Strife. The Short-horn breedersand the Mere ford breeders of this country have en tered Into a spirited and laudible strife to encourage the exhibition ot the merits of their respective breeds at the State fairs and cattle shows in 1899. Both as sociations are appropriating large sums for special premiums and tne prelimi nary fitting and development of animals in both breeds will be spirited and thor ough. The encouragement will be such that finer exhibitions will be made than has ever been seen In beef breed shows for many years. These are among the leading beef breeds of this country, and the example thus set by these associa tions will act as a stimulus for breeders of other kinds ot cattle, and the result will be a general Improvement all along the line o...

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. — 14 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1833. ROOT PROPAGATION. TTktn and How to Make Blackberry Cattlnjta For Thia Pnrpoae. For the purpose of root propagation it is desirable to have the roota which have made their growth the previous year. Older roots may te need, but not so large a per cent will grow. In nurseries where a business is made of growing root cutting plants the roots are taken up when the fall work is closed during the latter part of Novem ber or at any open spoil in December be fore freezing up time. A writer who gives the foregoing in formation in American Gardening fur BLACKBERRY ROOT CUTTINGS. ther says that roots of common varieties like Snyder and Prolific can be cut into one and one-half to two inch pieces in a common lever handle cutting box, while varieties of which it is wished to cut every root to best advantage are best cut with a sharp budding knife or jackknife. The pieces of root after being thus prepared are placed in shallow boxes (soap boxes which can be purchased a...

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. — 14 December 1898

TIIE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 DECEMBER H. THE ADVOCATE roR AMH MCXAC shop TIE HOME AINU ML- WJ ANDFAFM OFFICIAL PAPER OF TDK STATE OF KANSAS. Vrt"tti Every Wednciday.at Toptka, Kauai. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editors ahd Propribtorb. fSutMoriplton IUti On eopy nne year by matt, 91. In elux of ten or more, by matt, one yyjr,7& cent each. Tle advertising rale of The Advocate and Newt art U)W. amnuuet unit ie morn ana price ur nivhvt on atmlUtatUm. No extra charge for cut. Ha. The pufulehen reserve the right to reject any mjMiionavui aavenmng. ine reaaen oj inu r.inw Minn virmft'r anu nihirrHxr.rnrnt which flo- i mart herein an rrnrrtnting a firm whoee rcliabU' iiy can be vouched for by the ywAUhcn. The Advocate wnt aiUiblWiul in 1889, and wa$ eoneolUUited with The Kanmat Newt in 1817. The Advocate and Newn'U the official State paper, and hat a larger circulation twin anu other Kantat wft-iuy tcJieft receive aavenwemcnu. For informatUm regarding tvbtcriptiom and advertining rata, 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. — 14 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893 o It U til desire of the editor to maintain this department a the moHt Important In the paper. Opinion expresed In the com ninnleatloas are those of the writers, not of the paper ltelf, and the signers of the arti cle are responsible for them. The Advocate and Mews Invites expression of opinion from every reader, stipulating only that they shall give the sincere views of the contributors, and not Instating that they shall conform with the personal views of the editor. The freest exchange of views Is Invited. Two Reasons for Defeat. OKI). W. BUTTON. As so many have attempted to tell why the Populist party In Kansas was defeated, und as I dissented, I will say what I think. First and foremost, fusion. FuBlon killed the old Greenback party, and I so warned them that it would be our death. The same, I tald, would bo the fate of the People's party If It fused with the Democratic party. I said If our principles were right and the best for the whole people that ...

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. — 14 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AflD KiJWS. 10 DECEMBER 14, CHAPTER VIIL And to Ned Lawrence got back to Worth to find It far livelier than when bo left it The stage with ita joyous es ' corfc had come trundling in just before tattoo, and first and foremost the re turning wanderer was driven to his own doorway and left for half an boor with Ada and Jimmy the one sobbing with joy, the other laughing with de lighton the father's knees. Then Mrs. Blytbe stole in to bid them to the wait ing snppcr, and, pending Lawrence's reappearance somewhere along the line, the officers gathered in low voiced groups discussing the startling event of the evening. Bralligan, raging for the blood of the double dashed, triple ad joctived hound who had assaulted him, bad been lugged home by two or three of his, kind, condoled by Captain Mul lane with the assurance that he'd see that the preacher gave him full satis faction in tho morning, for, with na tive love of a ruction, Mullane stood ready to bear the subaltern's chall...

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. — 14 December 1898

TDE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 13. shade and it kept Mullane and Ilodge in the moonlight and off the steps. "Par don my suggesting that a lady Bleeps in the front room aloft there and that you epeak low, so as not to disturb her. Where is your message?" This was trying. Mullane loved his chest tones as he did bis whisky. His low voice was apt to bo thick and hnsky and unimprcHfiivo, and tonight he was overweighted with theeonseof thegrav . ity and importance of his mission if with nothing else. "Sorr," ho said, with another flourish of the cap, "in accordince with the practice of gintlemen in the old arruniy, I am the bcercr of a verrbal missigo" The Quaker captain had already amazed thq old dragoon sergeants by the intricacy and extent of his knowledge of their manners and customs. Now came a surprise for the officers. "Pardon my interrupting," he said. "I do not assume to instruct in such matters, but there is manifestly only one kind of message 'according to the customs of the old ...

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. — 14 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE. AND HEWS. 13 DECEMBER 14, (Published December 14, 1808.) Supremo Court Syllabi. - 11249. In re George A. Taylor. Application for Writ of Habeas Corpus. WRIT REFUSED. tjyllabus. By the Court. Doster, C. J. 1. While legislative journals as public records mav be looked at for the purpose ,cf ascertaining whether a statute, parts of which they aiftrmatlvely show were duly passed, was In reality enacted as u whole; yet, where the evidence of Its non-enactment as a whole consists only of Infer ences, though strong, derivable from silence and omissions of statement from the Jour- . nal, they cannot be held sufficient to over come the presumptive evidence of the due enactment of the statute, furnished by Its enrollment, Its attestation by the presiding otllcersof the two houses, and Its approval by the Governor. 2. When a Journal of the House of Rep resentatives shows that a pending measure designated as "the substance of" or the subject matter of" House bill 70D was con sider...

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. — 14 December 1898

y THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1893. 10737. The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ra.road Company vs. James Smith. Error from Jefferson County. Syllabus. REVERSED. By the Court Allen, J. 1. Where there Is no controversy as to the essential facts the quesJon as to wnetn er there was probable cause for a crunl' nal prosecution is one of law. 2. Numerous bunrlarles and larcenies hav lng been committed on the cars of the de fendant railroad company on a portion oi Its line on which plaintiff was employed an an engineer, many of the Btolen goods were found in the possession of a freight conductor, wnoso nam was sometimes hauled by an engine in charge oi puuntin, as engineer; the conductor being appre hended charged the plaintiff and other train men with participation in the crime. He was thereupon arrested and held for trial for the burglaries and larcenies, but waa discharged without ever having been brougnt to trial. Ho was, in fact, innocent of tne crime, Dut the uefenuani had no certain know...

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. — 14 December 1898

id THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMfiEii 14, ii n fcitvtiiii.t'fc''".'''l''' ..fc.iittaaiiietM By MABLE OICCS. The Old Ilomeatead. Let na never go back, though we long For the port nevermore, nevermore! All la changed; all U loat; all la dead. We ahould wrong The old house If we darkened the door, Wrong ourselvea, too, our bright vanlahed year, Ths romanoe of oar childhood. Oh, no I Let a never return I In our aleop, throuxh our toare, Let na see the old homo, only aol How we loved lt-each beam and each atone I Flow we loved the green fields, the groat treea, - And the pool, and the alow, dreamy oowal What la gone, What la left, what la changed, of all theaef All la changed, all la changed, for the dear, Loving dead who Illumined the place Have been kid under dalalea and graaa many a year. What la home If it lacka the loved facet Let na never go back I The old years, The old homestead, have vankhed. No more EIiull we aee them at all aave In aleep, through our teara. We aball never more ...

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. — 14 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 15 y w FOR THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY Mary. To Judah's maid an angel came. Prcnare. dear heart, piepaie. When the angel came to the Uttle maid And she heard his voice, she was soie afraid At the sorrowful, beautiful words that he said: "0 Mary, maid piepaie." Maid Mary waits at t he stable door, Prepare, dear Lord, pi epai e A little bed for 1'hy maid t rest, For she stands without by Thy strange behest Begs but a place to Jay Thy guest For Mary, Lord, piepaie. A mother maid lies white within, God's circle round her hair. Dumb kneeling bi utes the wonder see; A star attests the mystery; Wlille sage and shepherd teverently Itrlng praise and incense rare. A virgin-mother-queen's in state, Her ermine robe her hair The stable dim a palace Is; Its moss-rl mined trough are chalices; There lips wheieon no malice is Drink to the royal heir. Ruth McEnery Stuart, In Harper's Magazine. Hal's Greetings. "Such a manly fellow," said some one as he came into the room. The churc...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 14 December 1898

16 DECEMBEIt 14, 1898 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. GEO. KLEIN & CO., MAKERS OF HIGH-GRADE HARNESS ai SADDLERY GOODS. REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. 718 KaanoM Arena; - Topeka, K&. Oeracl Uo. for our 1SOO It embraces til kinds of Motl nnd Kelt Roofliw, Bullrtln Paper, Tar ana Pluib, Galvarilwd duller and Pipe, Corrugated Iron, etc. Address THE KANSAS CJTY ROOFING ANO CORRUGATING CO., 416 Delaware St., Kansas City, Mo. Montlon Advocate and Newt when writing-. V'V ::,'! '":'h ;V o a r-r nn niurri cnrc I ttoi.uu 4. uivi.ii rnui. BOOX OF EUGENE FIELD'S POEMS 8 to each person Inter- li ested In suhsorlblna; to 'i the KuKone Field Mon- jji ument Houvenlr Fund. Subscribe any amount t deslrad. Subscriptions lj as low as II will entitle 51 the donor to tbla band- J? nmn volume (ololb "? bound. 8ill). as a sou- II venlroertlHoateof sub scription to fond. Book contains a selection of Hsndsomely J. Field's best and most Illustrated by J. representative works tblrty-two of T and Is ready for deliv th...

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