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TIII3 -AJDVOO.ATII3. TItUJIBULL, 8TBKAN A ALLEN sssso co. -. Grasi, F!ld, Onrden and Tret Seeds, Onion SU. Ete. Send for catalogue. Mailed ftm 1428 1428 ST. LotJIS A VS., KANSAS CITY, MO. MILLET A SPECIALTY. 1 403 UHlOil AYE. Red, White, Alfalfa and Alslke Clovers. mmw Timothy, Blue Grass,Orchard Grass, Red KAUSAS lilTY Iffl Top. Onion Sets. Tree Seed. Cane Seed. aailUilU WW, UU. U. G. DALE-TIE MACHINE. IWlRWpW' w . Ji8jsW"sswswwwawsswww'aaa""SBaswiwsi , ," t.l.llil)'" Makes a complete tie with one movement of the lever. Satis 40 pih ctvrr. la cost of bale ties. No delay In waiting for ties; make them yourself. 2000 In use. U. Si Ml FHiSS SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. Always mention Thk advjcatc. Sip- 55 'J b if a .a ! THE NEBRASKA BINDER TWINE CO., PURE HE -MANUFACTURERS of- FROM HOME CUfcOWlT FII3K,I3. We can offer Alliances better Twine for lens money than they have ever before known. Bet ter In strength, la length per pound, especially after the knot Is tied, and Is entirely cricket proof. wui worn wen on any macnine in oraer. WILL SHIP SAMPLE BAS AND TAKE L0D6E NOTE PAYABLE OCTOBER 1st. Patronize home Industry. Why not keep the money paid for twine in the west? For farther miormauou wiuituts TEE HEBBASKA DISDEB TUIHE CO., Mention Thk Advocate. FREMONT, N2EI3. M. 8. Peters, ship YOUB w - Ptrs. CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP TO PETERS BROTHERS, Llv9 Stock Commission Ue-rehits, Rooms 93 and 94 Exchange Bldg., KANSAS CITY, MO, Correspondence promptly attended U. Market Report Free. GKO. R. BAR8K, Prest. GEO. HOLMES. Vic Prest. CHAS. W. BLACK. Office. J. H. WAITS, Sec'y and Treat. Late of White & Holmes, Late of White & Rial BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1871. CAPITAL 8TOCX $250,000.00 PAID UP THE GEO. R. BAE Co. Live mock yominission Rosas 90, 91, 92, First Floor, Lto Stosk EicSiBSi Mihi. KANSAS CITY, - - - inSSOTJEX Consignments of stock receive the personal attention of some member of the compa ny. Parties wanting assistance in feeding accommodated on reasonable terms. mb Hi a ar Are the most commodious and best appointed In the Missouri valley. The fact that higher prices are realized here than In the east is due to the location at these yards of eight packing houses, with an aggregate diy capacity of 3,G0 cattle and 37 200 hog, and the regular attendance of sharp, competitive buyers for the packing houses of Omaha, Chlcage, St. Louis. Indianapolis, Cincinnati, New York and Boston. The eighteen railroads running Into Kansas City have direct connection with the yards. . Cattle, and tt--. Sh Horses rj. Calves. Uogs Bneep- and Mules. tars- Official receipts for 1891 .. 1,347,487 21Huo9 386,760 31,740 97,756 Slaughtered In Kansas City 670 761 1.9D5.662 209641 Sold to feeders 237.MO 17.672 17 485 Sold to Shippers 3 8,625 685,330 42,781 Total sold In Kansas City In 1891.. 1,1G3,M1 2,098,654 269,844 Horse and Mule Department W. O. TOUOH, Manager. This company has established In connection with the yards an extensive Horse and Mule De partment, and have alwayi on band a large stock of all graded of norths and mules hlch are bought and s-ld on commission. Spe- lal attention given to receiving and forwarding. Tne facili ties for handling horses and mules are un-urpass-d at any stable In this country. Consignments solicited. Prompt settlement guaranteed when stock Is sold. C F. MORSE, t Moral Manager. I. E. BICHARDSCfl. Stcratarj and Trtasartr. H. P. CHILD. fsaerlAtsfldenL C.IUST, AastSaal A r. I KANSAS SEED HOUSE, Uweacj, Ksa. QJ i 5 o Headqrmrters for Alfalfa, Japan and Espersette Clover. Jerusalem and Kaffir X '' Z$ Cora. MlloMaUe.Dourha Cane and Millet Seed; Johnson, Beremda.and Tex. lit. ' 1 Jrl HlnaGmaBeed. Kanniui Stock Mnlons. Tree Seed for Nurseries and Timber m rinin.. ruraVTuiun iki -rue seen IMP. f 4 Catalog MaiUdfntS.. V. BAKf KLUK.lt 4 CO., Lawreaee, KSW ISMITH, BIGGS & KOCH; D BALERS IX HIDES, WOOL, TALLOW, DEAD HOGS, PELTS AND FURS. t 108 East 3d Street, Topeka, Kansas. For dead hogs we pay from Hte per lb We receive them at our store, 108 E. 8d St., or at our railow factory, on river bank east of town near city dump. As to hides we are always posted on the market, and having a large business In Kansas City It enables us to sell direct to th- tanners; there fore we guarantee highest market prices at all times. Special attention given to const rnment trade. L0I7i PRICES FOR SCHOOL BOOKS ! The demand forcheaoer ftchnni bonkl haa hn mat hvthfl fnrmatlnn of tha AmiirlMii Book Company. At its organization ibis company became the possessor of facilities for the pro duction anl UlstribUtlon Of text-books never before, controlled hv anvnnn nuhllnhlnir hnnsA. and f h company determined to give the consumer the benefit of Its great resources. As evidence that this policy has been pursued the following brief list of common school books, with their prices, Is submitted v It . honld be borne in mind that these nrlcea are net rn thn retail nnwhsuut,. with. oat any extra charge for postage, expres or freight, and that the books will be de livered at the prices named, at any point in the United states: Webster's Speller o 08 MoGuffey's Revised Eclectic Spelling Book 17 McGuffey's Revised First Eclectic Reader 17 McGuffey's Revised Second Eclectic Reader 30 MiGuffey's Revised Third Erie tic Reader 42 McGuffey's Revised Fourth Eclectic Reader 60 McGuffey's Revised Fifth Eclectic Reader 72 Barnes's Elementary Geography 65 Barnes' Complete Geography 125 Ray's New Elementary Arithmetic 35 Ray's New Practical Arithmeilo 50 Harvey's Revised Elementary Grammar 42 Harvey's Revised Practical English Grammar 65 Barnes's Primary History of the United St tes 60 Barnes's Brief History of the United States 100 Spencerlan Copy Books, per dozen . . 86 This Hat is given merely as an Illustration of the cost of a enmniAtA nnrntof taTt-honka far a common school Besides the above the American Book Company's Catalogue contains a very large number and great variety of popular school text-books for all classes and grades, at equally as low prices as those quoted. Teachers, school officers and all others who are looking for the best text-books should send for the company's catalogue of over 2,000 volumes, covering every department and grade of in struction. It will be sent free to any address on application. vurrvopouaeuce is coroi&uy mviiea ana win receive prompt attention. AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY Please mention Thk Advocate. New York. Cincinnati. Chicago. Address, 288 and 260 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. E"T3 m 1 13 cfc Topeka, Han., The Leading Western Importers and Breeders of Clydosdalo, Porchoron, Clovoland Bay Asm French Coach Horsax Also Importers and Breeders of ni.i...i 11 . 1 r r 111 1 ncyisioreu ricruiuru tamo ; TER'53 TO SUIT PUKfiHASritS. 'iMtit: :;:V.;-A Send for illustrated catalogue. Stables in town. E. BENNETT ft BON, 1. 1ST 1 SUCCESSOR TO t AUSTIN j& GRAY BROS., EMPORIA, - - KANSAS, Importer and. Breeder of Suffolk Fmb Frencn Coacn EqiM ire, Clyflesflale, Perclieron and Standard Bred Stallions and Mares. !Iy horses were selected direct frrm the breeders of Europe, and are descendants of the oted prize winners of the old world. I paid spot rash for a1! my tock and eot the best at great bargains and was not obliged to tak the refuse fom dealers at exorbitant figures in order to obtain credit, thereby enabling me to II better animals at better prices, longer time and a lower rate of interest than almost any other dealer in America. I have also the most superior system of organizing companies and stock syndicates in this country, and insure satisfaction. I cU especial attention to my references. By hese tt will be seen that I am not handling on commlnslon the refuse horses of dealers In Europe. V lth me yoa ret a square transaction, a good animal, a valid guarantee, and will compete with any firm la America on prices and terms besides. CSfWrlt me for descriptive catalogue and mention Twa Advooat. WhsR cormpsndlng with advtrtlssrs always say you saw their advertisement in "The Advocsta."