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TRUMBULL, STREAK A ALLEN
Grass. Field, Oarden and Tre Seeds, Onion Sets, Etc.
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1428-1428 BT. LOUIS AVM., KANSAS CITY, MO,
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Have You Sean Our to
Catalogue for 1892?
It contains more valuable In
formation to the page than any
catalogue you ever saw. We
can't begin to tell you about It
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SURRIES, ROAD CARTS
SALESROOMS AND FACTORY I
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The Leading Western Importers and
French Coach Horses.
Registered Hereford Cattle ,
Also Importers and Breeders of
TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS
Send for illustrated catalogue. 8table ,,
In town. '::'iit'l''Jf--A';';
E. BENNETT & SON. v 'waH- - '
AUSTIN & GRAY BROS.,
EMPORIA, - - KANSAS,
Importer and Breeder of
pjP your Butter,. Eggs, Fruit, Vegetables, Poultry,
HiS U U U U OB PRODUCE OF ANY KIND TO THS
CHAS. LEWIS COMMISSION CO.,
206 Kansas Avenue, Topeka, Kansas.
Best prices. Quick sales. Prompt returns. We can find constant customers for your produce
at good prices. Refer to banks. Please mention this paper.
- M. H. SNYDEK & CO.,
(Successors to CUSTER & HASKELL.)
LIVE STOCK COPffilSSION COi'.i
ROOM 30, EXCHANGE BUILDING, KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. MARKET REPORTS FURNISHED FREE.
References: Inter-State National Bank, Kansas City, Mo.; First National Bank of Arkansas
City, Kas.; Merchants Bank, El Dorado, Kas.
G. H.PIERSON, President.
Late of O. II. Fierson & Co.
CHAS. W. BLACK, Sec'y and Tbias
Late of Geo. B. Barse Live Stock Com., Co.
The PIERSON & BLACK
Live Stock Commission Comoanv.
Capital Stools $100,000. .
BOOM 18, SECOND FLOOR, LIVE STOCZ EXCHANGE BUILDING,
Geo. B. 8.' Roberts, J.T.Tbue, J.H.Goddabd
J. M. Nevill, G. H. Piebson, James Pabsons, Chas. W. Black
Prompt sales and remittanceR. Market reports by wire or mail upon application. Consign
your stock and nddrefw correspondence to PIERSON & BLACK, Live Stock Commission Company,
Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo.
CEO. R. BARSE, Prest.
J. II. WAITE, Sec'y and Treas.
GEO. HOLMES, Vice Prest.
Late of White & Holmes.
BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1871. CAPITAL STOCK $250,000.00 PAID UP.
EiM lie, Clyiesiale, Percin
and Standard Bred Stallions and Hares.
My horses were selected direct from the breeders of Europe, and are descendants lof the
most noted prize winners of the old world. I paid spot cash for aft my stock and got the best at
sreat bariralns and was not oougea w uk me reiuw irum ueier M nwuimui, um u.
obtain credit, thereby enabling me to sell better animals at better prices, longer time and a lower
rate of Interest than aknost any other dealer In America. , .. . , ...
ram ui JHnr vtm of - nrimnizinff companies and stock syndicates In this
eonntrv. and insure satisfaction. I call especial attention to my references. By these It will be
seen that I am not handling on commission the refuse horses or dealers in Europe, wim me you
get a square transaction, a good animal, valid guarantee, and will compete with any firm la
America on prices and terms besides. , k
ly Write me for descriptive catalogue and mention Th a Advocatb.
THE GEO. E. BASSE
Rooms 90, 91, 92, First Floor, Live Stock Exchange Building.
KANSAS CITY, - - - MISSOURI.
Live Stock Com
Consignments of stock receive the personal attention of some member of the compa
ny. Parties wanting assistance in feeding accommodated on reasonable terms.
s til! Slid Irt
Are the most commodious and best appointed in the Missouri valley. The fact that higher prices
are realized here than In the east Is due to the location al these yards of eight packing houses, with
an aggregate dally capacity of 3,600 cattle and 37,200 hogs, and the regular attendance of sharp,
competitive buyers for the packing houses of Omaha, Chicago, St. Louis. Indianapolis, Cincinnati,
New York and Boston. The eighteen railroads running Into Kansas City have direct connection
with the yards.
Cattle and no, Sh- Horses rr,
Calves. mg, sneep. and Mules.
Official receipt for 1891 .. 1,347,487 2599,109 386,760 31,740 91,456
Slaughtered In Kansas City 670.761 1,996,662 209,641
Sold to feeders 237,560 17,672 17,486
told to Shippers 365,625 585,330 42,781
Total sold In Kansas City in 1891.. 1,163,946 .2,598,664 269,844
C. F. MORSE,
E. E. RICHARDSON.
Secretary and Treasurer.
H. P. CHILD,
Asst. Gen. Mgr.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PEOPLE'S
PARTY OF KANSAS.
AND TOPEKA TRIBUNE.
k ml, 25 nt