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10 THES3 ADTOOA'mi. Can be Saved by Sending for oar 1894 eatatorne of FIJlI), GBASS, bifiDIN and FLOWIE BMD8. Drop us crd and get one free, Trnmball, 8treaa A lllea Feed Co., Km. Cit j. Mo. SPECTACLES maV tt' " Quality and fit warranted i' iSTvr'fihili Send 2c stamp for free i XjT VrX grructlonato ACME OPTICAL CO., Philadelphia, Fa When writing advertisers mention Advocate BELLEFONT NURSERY Honey and black locust for timber claim planting in west em Kansas. Prices: 5 to 10 inches, $1100; 12 to 18 inches, $2.25$1,D00; 20 to 30 inches, $3 1,000. We are prompt and will ship with the groatest care. Address J.E.MiM,ECKER,Bello font, Ford county, Kansas. SHIP rnr BaiUr, fags, Fruit, Poultry, Hldss, Prodve of any kind to tat UriLLyAlUERCAlTILECO. Sr.J0E.U0. Berry Crates, Boxes and Baskets. Best prices sod prompt isles sod leftist. CIWD U3 YOUR ORDERS FOB APPLES Bef er to any bank In the city. UAiIKLEYyVJAIIIl.bT "uinnirPB iTTTSfc. BHinMsTe I10.C0J 2 $5.50 a FRANK B.BARXLtY Wr U.CU. O Catalogue 3Tr66. BARKLEf 170.00 FtlRVl FYO i yree. a rwVCCIE0XHAETOJJj w;kAiinaflaifiiBet(Sflfiaai k?.en writing advertisers mention Advocate I Ttoubla Actinz m ln Outtit. Drevent lUIBliht Wormy I ifmlt IniUT4 a hMVT ff !ld of all ITreit aiLrv" VfMbl crop Town? I CaUjUosTTj ad full tJCMUlitt J Vi.$TAHL,Qu!ncy.lll. When writing advertisers mention Advocate First Publlrhed March 28, 1894. RULE 28. Governing Water Works and Water Supplies. Offick ok tub State Board of Health, Topeka, Kab., March 15, 1804. Every reservoir, settling basin and stand pipe used by waterworks companies, either city or perronal, furnishing water for culinary purposes to cities and private individuals, within the state of Kansa. shall be cleaned between the 1st day of April and the 15th day of April, and between the 1st day of Septem ber and the 15th day of September, of each year. Said cleaning shall be done and per formed by withdrawing all water from said reservoir, settling basin, or standpipe, and all debris, sediment, settling and dirt, or filth of any nature or character, which may have settled at the base of said standpipe, res ervoir, or settling basin, shall be removed therefrom. Any person, company, or corporation, or the managing agent of said corporation, failing to carry out the above rule, shall be punished by a fine of not less than f 100 nor more than $1X00, for each infraction thereof, and, after the fif teen days expire, the tine shall be applicable to each succeeding day. At a meeting of the State Board of Health, held in this city on the 5th Inst, the above rule was unanimously adopted, and ordered pub lished in the official state paper. II. A. Dtxes,M. D., Secretary and Executive Officer. First published February 14, 1894. Legal Notice, OrilCS Of THB ClTT TSBASUSEK, Lawkxmce Kas., February 7, 1894. i To Jt'Aom it May Concern: You are hereby notified that the following named bonds ot the city of Lawrence, Kansas, will be paid at the National Bank Republic at the Fiscal Agency ot the state of Kansas, in the city of New ork, N. Y., within thirty days from this date, vIl, Nc's l. a and 8, funding bonds, series "B," amount $500 each, issue of January 1, 1883. C.S.Duncan. City Treasurer. (First Published March 21, 1894. Governor's Proclamation. $300 Howard. State of Kansas, i Executive Department, Topeka, Kas., March 14, 1894. ) Whereas, On the 80th day of January, A. D., 1894. one John C. Wilkerson was found dead in his home near Ness City, Kas., and Whereas, Satisfactory evidence has been presented to prove that the said John C. Wil kerson came to his death by being shot by some person or persons unknown, and whereas, xne perpetrators ot saia crime have thus far evaded the officers of the law and are now at large. Now, therefore, by virtue of authority in me vested, I do hereby offer a reward of $:!00 for tne arrest ana conviction or tne person or fersons wno committed saia crime, n testimony whereof. I have hereunto sub scribed my name ana causea to De affixed the great seal of the state. seal Done at the city of Topeka, on the day, month and year, first above written. By the Governor: L. D. Lewellixg, It. 8. Osbobn, Governor, Secretary of State. First Published March 14, 1894. Governor's Proclamation. $300 Reward. State of Kansas, Executive Department. Topeka, Kansas, March 8, 1894. Whereas, On the 27th day of February, 1894, In the city of Wichita, Sedgwick county, Kas., one James Dow was found In a building dead, having been beaten to death with a railway coupling pin ; and Whereas, One John Webber, an unknown Jerson, is charged with the murder of said amesDow; and Whereas, The said John Webbar evaded the officers of the law and Is now at largo. Now, therefore, I, L. D. Lewelling, governor of the state of Kansas, by virtue of the author ity In me vested, do hereby offer a reward of (300 for the arrest and conviction of said John Webber for the murder of James Dow. In testimony whereof, I hereun to subscribe my name and cause to be affixed the rscni great seal of the state. Done at the 1alj City of Topeka, on the day, month, ana year first above written. By the Governor: L. D. Lewelling, R. S. Obborn, Governor. Secretary of State, First Published March 14,1894. Notice. Penitentiary Coal. SEALED BIDS will be received by the Board of Directors of the Kansas State Peniten tiary, at the office of the Warden until 12 o'clock noon, of Wednesday, May 9,1894, for the surplus output of coal of the penitentiary mine for one year commencing June 1,1894. The successful bidder to take not less than 50,000 bushels during each of the months of April, May, June and July ; not less than 75,000 bushels for the month of August, and the en tire output of coal during the remainder of the year, excepting the wagon trtde at the mine, -and the supply of state institutions, which Is reserved. All bids to be accompanied by a certified check of $1,000. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of Board of Directors. S. W.Chase, Warden. J. W. Yarboll, Chief Clerk. First published March 21, 1894. Legal Notice. In the District Court of Shawneo county, Kansas. Sophia Taylor, Plaintiff, ) vs. t Henry Taylor, Defendant. ) 7b Henry Taylor: Vnn M harohv nntlflnd that vou have been sued by the plaintiff, Sophia Taylor, In the District vourt oisatwseo uuuui.ji.iu for a divorce, and that unless you answer or plead to the petition niea mereia on or ueiuie the 15th day of May, A. D., 1894, said petition will be taken as true and a judgment rendered against you dissolving the bonds of matri mony and restoring plaintiff to her maiden name of Sophia Gentry, as prayed for in said petition, and for costs of suit. J. S. Ensminger, Attorney for Plaintiff. Attest: S. M. Oardenhire, seal. Clerk of the District Court. By A. D. Hubbard, Deputy. Stockholder's Meeting. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Advocate Publishing company will be held at the Advocate office in Topeka, Kansas, on Wednesday, March 28. 1894, for the election of directors and the transaction of such other business as ma ycome before the meeting. 8. McLallin, President AGAINST POOLS AND COMBINATIONS.? J. C. WATSON & CO., II alien, Heuus. State Agents for Buchanan Bridge Co, of Bellefontalne.Ohio. lshed on application. 1BRIDGE COHTBACTOR ud mm Plans and Specifications turn- J. C. WATSoa, saaagtr. fNt MItLKT A 8PFCIALTT. A?., ViTk Tr,A TTil.. ir-lf t ..11.. il iwu, uue, Auuiii biiu Alpine iiurers. SKAIISASCITY.MQ. Timothy, Blue Gr s. Orchard Grass. Top, Onion .Sets, Tree Seeds, Cane Seed. When writing advertisers mention Advocate l3 7 ALFALFA SEED A SPECIALTY. CANF. MIILET Kaffir. Rice and Jerusalem Corn, Yellow and White Mllo Maize, all grown In 1893. For prices address, HcBETH ft KHWISOft, Garden City, Kansas. KTlZSTSjSlS seed house EVERYTHING IN THE HFKD LINK. Our Fpaclaltifg-Onion Seed and Sets, Alfalfa, Kaffir and Jerusalem Corn, Cane, Millet and Seed Corn. Tree Seeds for Nurseries and Timber Claims. Have also a limited supply of Latbyrus 811vestris (Flat Pea), the new forage plant New cata logues mailed free on application. F. BAb'illL'lS & lO.,lawTfnce,Eas. When writing advertisers mention Advocate m PAEMEE'S ALLIANCE INSURANCE CO. Of MoPherson, Kansas. J. W. YOWKLL. President. A. P. WAUGH, Secretary Bisks, $5,800,000. Losses paid, $180,000. Resources, $90,000. Insures property agaiEst Fire, Lightuinar and Wind, and Growing Crops against Hail, from one-third to one-balf cheaper than any old line oorapsny. All losses promptly ad justed and paid without discount, Give us a trial and be convinced. . When writing advertisers mention Advocate UU L'.,U m rnon oasoiihe. Gasoline Engines Run at a avaranierd coat o cent per home-power per hour. Investigate it. fxrf' Weber Gas and Gasoline Engine Co. Address Box A-60, .... Kansas Citv. Mo. gjsas ' ,tr SOLD AT AUCTION, On Tiesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week. Private sales every day, At the Kansas City Stock Ymds, ; 1 " HOnSE & MULE DEPT. IIIE LARGEST & FINEST INSTITUTION OF TOE KIND IN THE UNITED STATES. 83107 head handled during 1893. All stock sold direct from the farmer, free from disease, and must he at rZ!Fi"2S&i 17. S. TOUGH G SOU, JJgrs., Kansas City, TJo. When writing advertisers mention Advocate W. H. H. Larimer. Ed M. Smith. Church Q. Brldgeford. LARIMER, SMITH & BHIDGEFORD, LIVE STOCK Merchants. KANSAS CITY, MO. in I Em til! S K Ilil Are the most complete and commodious Is the west and second largest in the world. Hlghsi prices are realized here than farther east This is due to the fact that stock marketed here is In better condition and has less shrinkage, having been shipped a shorter distance ; and aloe to there being located at these yards eight packing houses, with an aggregate dally capacity of 1,000 cattle, 40,000 hogs and 4,000 sheep. There are In regular attendance sharp, competitive buyers for the packing houses of Chicago, Omaha, St Louis. Indianapolis, Cincinnati, New York and Boston and the Export trade to Enrope. All the eighteen railroads running inte Cattlsaad n m,.n Horses r. Calves. nof BheeP- and Mules. c OOolal Reoelplifor 1893... 1,746.828 1,948,373 569 517 35,097 99,789 Slaughtered In Kansas City tt,m 1,47,763 872.S85 Sold to Feederi MfiM 10J35 71,284 Sold to Shippers 860J37 510449 15,1200 Total sold In Kansas City... 1,568,046 1,946,337 458,869 22,522 O. V. MOUSE. Gea Uaaaftr. B. B. BI0HABD8ON, SU P. CHILD, K. BUST, fee. aad Tree, Asat Gea. Manager. a perl fat HOME INVESTMENTS. The Topeka Co-operative Building and Loan Association. JOHN GUTHRIE, Ex-Judge Third Judicial District, - - - President P. G. NOEL, President First National Bank, - - - Treasurer L. T. YODNT, ....... Secretary What Savings Will Do in Installment Shares : The cost of ona share in Class "A" is: Membership fee, which carries the share one month $ BOO 119 addiaional payments of $2.00 each 238 CO The investor receives $500 in cash and only invects $243 00 (Aa in vestment of over 21 per cent.) Agenta wasted in every township and city in Kansas. Address L. T. YOU7iT, COO Kansas Ave., TOPEKA, KAS.