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FEBRUARY ; 1893.
THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. VzateJ-Yfinr Ur.'r IVcrk. PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, 119-114 Wot Eighth St. Tlephon) 8t. IIIOR SAL OR ltXCHANUB.-TIr nice elghty 7aorfarms HiOperaore; lrnprored; wsnt Topeka Iiroperty. Man? suburban bomes, awar down, on uugtlms. Any number ot aonss you want, oloss to the oltf.on long Unit at 6 percent. Several farms, at I'M) per acre, from 41) to 240 aoret, well Improved, long time. Bend me a deaorl ptlon of roar merchandise lor ale or exchange. I always nave customer. John L. Uoward, 401 Kansas Ave., Topeka. gutiirie, mm & VILSOII, ATTORNEYS. Eeal Estate, Mortgage, Bond and Commercial litigation solicited. Booms 9 and 11, Btormont Bldg., TA $ C If A fit 107 W. Sixth Ave lurti DAVID riARTIN, (Ex-Chief Justice of Kansas) ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR. Attention given to business under the new bankruptcy law. Hooms 6 and 7, fourth floor, TflDCIfl flUClf Central National Bank Bldg. lUfLKM, MAdiROi GEO. KLEIN & CO., MAKIR8 OF HIGH-GRADE HARNESS and SADDLERY GOODS. REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. 718 Kansas Avenue, - Topeka, Ess. FAIR WARNING. Order Your Roofing Quick Before wo advance prlivs. which wo will liavo to do very soon. THE KANSAS CITY ROOFING AND CORRUGATING CO,, 416 Delaware St., Kansas City, Ma. February 11, imi Mention Advocate and News when writing. HOOKS Hr HENRI 1. LLOYD. Wealth Against Commonwealth. This book Is already a classic It Is a oompleto his tory of the methods of the greatest trust In thlsoouu try, telling bow It has endeavored to wrook lives and Institutions, sparing not women or ohlldren and at tacking churches or cities regardloss of any moral law. If you want to understand an Important phase of our national development you must read Wealth Against Commonwealth. The regular edition Is sold at 12 60, but we can supply a popular, well-bound edl tlon for II, post-paid. Labor Co-Partnershlp. This Is Mr. Lloyd's latest book. It deals with th co-operative movement In Great Britain, and tells In his most Interesting style of the new and sucoessf u methods In oo-operatlon which are arising In that country. Cloth, post-paid, II. Address Till Advocatb and News, Topeka, Kas A WED TIES DAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, PARCH 1st, 2d and 3d, Clot Year Of T0 Sotham'o WITH (ii.il Li vnuity EslaS- v lislid ) 15 I A - i Vill OOII GALE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1st, JO UToxixxs Iloroforcla 26 bulls and W females, being the 1897-8 prod uct of the Weavergrace Breeding Establishment, Including the Champion Bull at Omaha. No culls; no "tops" out Catalogues rnadv. Address T. F. B. bUTMAM.unuucoine, bio. KAHSAS G1TV STOOSI YARDS PAVILIOIJ, Kansa3 City, filo., Commencing at One O'clock P. Itf. Each Day, Cols. J. W. JUDY. F. M. WOODS, R. E. EDMONSON, J. W. SPARKS and CapU W. H. TOUGH, Auctioneers. This 3 days' sale Includes as good Individuals and blood as the breed affords. MR. F. A. NAVE, owner of the 1898 Champion Hereford Hord, will sell on THURSDAY, MARCH 2d, 19 Dulls and 31 Females, Including prizewinners and females bred to Champion "DALE," believed to be as good a lot as can be bad In the country. Cata logues ready. Address F. A. NAVE, Attica, Ind. ON FRIDAY, MARCH 3d, Grant Ilcrnaday Llva Stock Co. WILL SELL 50 lisad Culls, Cows and (.altars. Foundation stock from Oudgell & Simpson's ANXIETY, 4th strains. Young stock by theChampIon Corrector Bull SIR COME WELL, 68776, hlgheRt priced bull of 1887. Catalogues ready. Address Grant Hornaday Live Stock Co., Fort faoott, Kan. Lowest Rates. Best... Accommodations ..VIA.. siil.&. v it; 1; IfiW For All Points In ... Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Pacific Coast and Puget Sound. Pullman Palace Sleepers, Pullman Tourist Sleepers, From Kansas City Kvery Thursday. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Dining Cars. For time tables, folders, illustrated books, pamphlets descriptive of the ter ritory traversed, call on P. A. Lewis, City Ticket Agent, or J. C. Fulton, Depot Agent, Topeka. O Q MYGREN BROS flERCHANT TAILORS.... 202 West Sixth Ave., Topeka, Kas. E. O. DeMOSS. L. M FKNVf ELL. I I UNDERTAKERS and Eft! BALM ERS . s mm It at PAA A..!.... 01 ,. .. Tilephon132. TOPEKA, KA3. The Kansas Cite Stock Yards Are the Finest Equipped, Most Modern in Construction, and Afford the Best Facilities for the handling of live stock of any In the world. THE KANSAS CITY MARKET, owing to It central location. Us Immense railroad system and Its financial resources, offers greater advantages than any other in the trans- Mississippi territory. It is The Largest Stocker and Feeder Market in the World, while buyers for the great packing housos and export trade make Kansas City a market sec ond to no other for every class ot live stock. Official Receipt! for 1888 Sold in Kxnsas City 1833 Cattle and Calves. I 1,346,233 1,757,163 Hogs. 3.672,909 3,595,823 8heep. ..t..M.H"HMii'llliW A STANDARD BOOK ON AN IMPORTANT SUBJECT. ! "The Railroad Question,"! By William Larrabee (Late Governor of Iowa.) X. 12mo., Cloth eitra, (488 pages), prepaid 1.80 Popular (paper) edition oOe T A CLASSIC ON THIS GREAT PROBLEM. l.-IIlstory of Transportation. II The History of Railroads. III. History of Railroads In the United States. IV. Monopoly in Transportation. V. Railroad Abusos. VI. Stock and Bond Inflation. VII. Combinations. VIII. Railroads In Politics. IX.. X. Railroad literature. XI. Railroads and Railroad Legislation in Iowa. XII. The Inter-Htate Commerce. XIII. The Rate Question. XIV.-Remedies. AnnffwniT- Tihlen anfl Htat.lnt.lrn. Thorn la also a hlhltoeranh v on the sublect Of Rall- S roads, embracing ninety-eight titles, and a carefully prepared alphabetical index. "In point of authenticity tho book Is absolutely to be relied upon." St. Louis Post-Dispatch. T "Governor Larrabee came to Iowa before any railroad had reached the Mississippi, j. I Engaging In manufacturing, the Inconveniences which ho suffered from want of trans- JL T portatlon facilities instilled liboral opinions concerning railroads. He made private J. solve the rate problem. It has not been until since these efforts were made that he has " become convinced, as he says In his preface, that 'where combination is possible compe ' tition Is Impossible.' The object of this work is explained to be to set forth the objec ' tions which lie against the management of railroads as private property. They are used by their managers for speculative purposes. They cannot perform their proper func tions so ions? a tnoy aro uaeu ouiy lur uo iuwran ui uirn oiutnuuiuom. xu w. cm-vA t.hnir ri.nl nnrnnsn. 't.hav must hfleomfl in fact what thev are in theom hUhwnys J to be controlled oy tho government as thoroughly and effectively as the common road, the turnpike and the ferry, the postofflce and the custom-house."-Council Bluffs Non- we nave maue arrangement uy wuiuu wo are able to offer our readers the CLOTH BOUND edition of this great book for only fortv cents, nostnaid. Take advantage of X this, as It Is limited, and the regular price of 91.50 will be in force again as soon as the X supply secured for this purpose Is exhausted. Address all orders to JLJg ADVOCATE AND NEWS, J Book Dept. Topesa, nansas. !! i.H.i.HnH in, H,.i,.i..i.,1..i..i..i..H..i.,t..H"I"W"l"I"M"l"l"I"M Hill ll-M-M- lAT'S THE BR WITH SAS?.... KANSAS OWNS in round numbers, 900,000 horses and mules, 550,000 milch )ws, 1,600,000 other cattle, 2,400, 000 swine and 225,000 sheep. ITS FARM PRODUCTS this year include 150,000,000 bushels of corn, 60,000,000 bushels of wheat and millions upon millions of dollars in value of other grains, fruitSj vegetables, etc. In debts alone it has a shortage. Send for free copy of "What's the Hatter With Kansas," a new look of 06 pages of facts. 980,303 815,580 GENERAL PASSENGER OFFICE, THE ATCHISON, JOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY TOPEKA. $ f til s