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.1 BUSH G HOUSE HUNTING, HJI.IJSMNO AM) ISINDINCJ. JLIFFORD C. BAKER, Prop., - Topoka, Kan. Kansas City Stove Works. Ck.nth: If selling Ktovi H, wo think wo run make you such prices iih will secure nt least 11 por- n of your trade, lfnol tho whole. Wo make a mil line or nwklng moves, Heating Miovcs ami :n'-i; nave a l;n k stock hiiu can nil onier prompuv. Yo shall In; pleased to iiioti' pi lees. ( iin we lii'iir from you? YoUIN AC, KANSAS CITY STOVE WORKS. ; BENNETT & SR 3 Topcka, Kan., i'lio Leading Western Imortors ami Itrecdors of lyaesaaie, T 1. Clovcland Bay AMI (; I-Vcnch Coach Horses. Also Importer uiul Itrcedcrs of if.nktArnil Hnrofnrd fialilfi 1 11 ' rr.:.i3 to suit purcmasef 3. Send f;r Illustrated catalogue, Stab'es town. i;. m:Ni: it & non. ' rift lift MM .iM tl h U PLJ1FLCI wm ! I'. ffcy"' Best Oil TauiicJ Leather AND f 7a J Best Stcol Wire t' . j L.J loose In tlio pasture lluiii to bo tied up. This Is ' i mors, to wi'im calves ami colts ami keep rows from sucking themselves uno TYLF.R'S HAL 'II i i; A N i: It. It Is the only perfectly harmless Weaner In existence. It does not go In the nose, go's on like ii halter, it does not Intel fere with eating or drinking In tlie least. It In far bettor ii:!i :t Weaner lo wean calves and eolt.s than to separate them from the dams; for If separated y ax liable to run Into wire fences ami suller Injury. A Weaner also costs less than H halter to (hem up, ami It Is much better for them to run loose, ' only Weaner that, can ho worn by it roll. Cnaranteo ami direction!! on every Weaner. Ask your hardware dealer for TYLKK'S WF.AN C. Iterall dealers, ask your Jobbers for them. If they do not handle them I will send I hem dl t from Hit) factory. DIESOn.IPTION. No. 1, for small ami medium calves; No. 2, for largo calves, small yearlings ami small colt; No, "i Inrgn yearlings, small two year olds uiul medium colts; No, 4, for largo two year olds and cows U I.il KO Hll. W. H. TYLER, David City, Nebraska. Inventor ami Sole Manufacturer. i'ansass)'cace y- air 8TH ANNUAL EXHIBITION. apBka, Sept 12-13-15-16-17-18-19-20. 189D PlB3yi:iXJ3VCS, $25,000 ! EntrioH Froo ! Open to t ho World I :3?E3EID RI2STOr, $6,500 ! Boht Half Mile Track in tho Vwt ! !'Mliiccd Itallroiitl Itaten on all Lines. SanU F Itallroutl Track within tho (Ironmls. Kloo vl lloiHO Cars Ui Main Knt nineo, t'lty Wuter Mains supply the Kntlro Grounds. Motel Ac i wlallons Ample for Any lCvent. Two Days. Sept. 12 uiul t:, for lYepurtlon. Fair OiHno to 1 chile Soptomlier IMli. Krclulit Siihstjiutlally Krw Hotn Ways. No Worthless or Worn out ,,n ',!.!!!. wrythlnn Now and Strictly First Class. Kemomhcr tho Dates. Soml your Kntrles. VOKTANT. FrMay and Saturday, September 12th ami litth, aro preparation days. The Vi' Prr eim Monday, S'plemlwr, irtli, at !) o'cltK-k. It Is expected by tho AsstM'lation that all Bind uri.it for pxhlbli Ion bo In pl;u-i Momlay morning when tho (rates will bo tioiiol to tho ut fl oVliM'k. !' i -ml for rrctnliim List, Fntry Hl.uiks ami further Information to E. G. MOON, Secretary. (Tb jci rm rr. -iJ LT3 la:3 11: J. C. PEPPAI7D. 1220 WWII AVENUE, )) V,;.. u - ,-MT h,,,!,'ui-lv-.1 9 On I.LkIi from Unum U!t) J KfiJ n.n..thy.'lUut:r4.(.rchaH(.s, K.To,,, V HITV I f fl lniin Mdii, 1e Srril, ( una He J ( I I) n nnn i:5i tlC 141 Ot HESSE & CO., COMMICOION. 117 N. MAIN St., ST. LOUIS, MO. Refortnce: Third National Hank, St. Louia. Lzi L 5) County, Township and School District Records and Supplies. I31ank.n of IGvory Doaoription. GEO. W. CRANE & CO., Topcka, Kansas. Send for Gonoral or a Law Catalogue. atTAitANTian:i). 49- I Brain wk t4V (TRADE MARK.) For the rrevcnllon ami Cure of HOG CHOLERA II Im no lonrer a debatable question HHto whether HOG CHOLEKA t an wpn vt ntnl. n ml rami. It ban been )trrn over ami over iil'hIii that BRANDON'S SPECIFIC for the emt tlnit ami cure of the Sirinn I'lnaw or lltm I'liitlrrii will nor. and im vcn, this here tofore uneompierable and devastating disease, when used In strict accordance with our directions. I Kead testimonials, written by lion oi able ami Intelligent men, which will ap pear In this paper from time to time. TESTIMONIALS. 0. II. ,1 KKOM K i CO., Ct rv Ditrn Htohf, Ytiitu, Nebraska, April , lh!H). JtntL'don Chemical Co.: Cents - In answer to yours of recent tlate would sav: Thn SI'ICCIKIC Ih xnidually alnlmi; crouud with us. Our community has been Imposed upon by Haas, Clark and inanv other preparations, so It Is passing hard to Introijiee a new one, even though It msschsch merit. One of our bh-'p st shippers has ti led It lo his perfect satisfaction as a ourti, and has recom mended It to his friends as aSpecllle, Will let you know from time to lime what friends It Is making. tours, j KitoM K M i'o, Ol FK K on V., ( I1KALY, Dk.AI.KH IN Dltl'CS, CLOTIIINC, HOOTS ANi SHOKS. MiiHdAN vi i.i.ic, Kansas, April t'.i, S!N. The Nramdon Chemical ('o Fort Scot t, Kansas; Cents - Please mid en losed ll.tl."t. tllscount :t.rie. I have sold Haas ami Clark's remedies, and hm:s have eoialmieil to tile. I sent to .liinctlon City for some of your S Ille, and I have not lost but, one liojr since I commeiieed feetllni; It. One of my customers has lost .nit) worth of Iioks the past month, He has not lost a hot; since lot your SM'cltle from .Junction City. Yours respectfully, F.. C. IIkai.v. $20,0C0,000 Every Year is the Estimated Loss of Poultry, livery dollar of which can bo saved to the farmer's wives for "pin money" by the use of IMtAd DON'S SI'FCIFIU for tho destruction of lane Werm of fowls. Chicken Cholera. Koim ami all l'oul- try Diseases. This Is no ordinary stulf as found In the shops. Our guarantee Is consldereil wwt, ami wo tlo guarantee this SiH'cllle when used as directed. I'reiared only by BRAGDON CHEMICALCO. Ijtxt)orn.tory and Salosroom, 113 WALL STREET, - FORT SCOTT, KANSAS. rr.KANK MICNTION THIS PA TICK. li( u(.u ty s I Isris. Are by far tho most commodious ami best appointed In tho Missouri Vallev. with amnio capaci ty for feeding, woljrhlntf ami shlpplnit oattlo, hos, sheeii, horses and mules. They art) planked throughout, no yards are better watered, and In none Is there a better system of drainage. The fact that higher prices aro realized hero than In tho east Is due to the location at these yards of eluht packing houses with an HKroKato dally capacity of xm) cattle and ;t7,200 hos, ami tho regular attendance or sham. comiM'tltlve bnvers for tho nackliiL' bouses of Omaha. St. IjihIm. Iiultjin.-iiwillii Chlcairo, Cincinnati, New York and Itoston. All tho sixteen roatis running into Kansas city have direct connection with the yards, affording tho best accommodations for stock coinlnjc from t lie peat raliiK grounds of all tho western states and territories, and also for stock destined for eastern markets. Tho business of tho yards Is done systematically and with tho utmost promptness, ho there Is no delay ami no clashing ami stockmen (1ml here ami will continue to II nd that they get all their stock Id worth with tho least posslblo delay. UiH-clpts for ttwj were l,220,;M3 cattle, 2,073,910 Iioks, 370,772 sheep, ami w.rra horses and mules. Total number of cars, 83,072. KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS I0RSE AND lull fMSlIIET. W. S. TOUGH, Manager. This company has established In connection with the yards an extensive Horse and Mule Mar ket, known as tho KANSAS CITY STOCK YAKDS HOKSF. AND MULK MAKKKT. Havenlways on luuid a lai L'o sUn'k of all tirades of Horses and Mules, which aro hniurht and sold on commission or In car load lots. Keirular trade auction sales every Wednesday and Saturday. In connection with tho Sales Market are largo feed stables ami pons, w here all stock will receive tho best at trillion. Swlal attention given to receiving and forwarding. Tho facilities for hand ling this kind of stock are unsurpassed at any stable In this country. Consignments aro solicited with the guarantee that prompt settlements will bo made when stock Is sold. C. F. MORSE. Ceneral Manager. E. RICHARDSON. Secretary and Treasurer. H. P. CHILD. Superintendent. ALWAYS MENTION "THE ADVOCATE" TO OUK ADVEUTISEltS !