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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
March 22, 194 -J Jl I? !f i il ft i; :;I 1 i I I U OUR NATIONAL PERILS. (Continued from finrt !) lord In idleae? Ask the million of farmen of Nebraska aad the ether atatea who have tolled rly an late to raise corn and wheat, and who were then compelled to sell them way below actual cost of production; ask the busl oeta men of Nebraska, falf of whom are lng money every day they do business; aik of crery one who realizes the horrori of busiuess stagnatiou and of falling price; ask the millions who cannot collect their accounts, and who can not pay their debts; be honest, and ak yourselves, are you actually poorer to-day with few exceptions than you were a few'years ago? Have you not been Industrious and have you not been conomlol? What thn has become of the wealth tbat has been creattd? It went east to help make up that MOO, 000,000 of annual greed money; Have not these American lords, you will ak, a right to demand Interest for their capital? That leads me to ak, tan 4,047 men honestly earn HO, OOO.OOO.OOO durlnir their short lives? Can they rightfully come into posses lon of a quarter of the wealth of the ca tion in so short a time? All wealth is created by labor. AH this wealth has been created by the laboring men of theis nation, and has been taken from them by whut is termud sharp business scheming, but what should be termed legalized robbery. Jesus Christ said, the laborer Is wor thy of his hire, but the modern Idta seems to be that he Is worthy of about enough to keep himself and family par tially renpectable.Iand that the million a're, who Indirectly owns blm, Is wor thy of the rest of his hire. Some Chris tians men used to think it right to own slaves. Borne Christian men now think it right to rob the laborer of a part of tho fruits of his toll. I can not see why tho laborer is not entitled to alt that he produces. Why should hegivo a part of the fruits of bis toll Just for theprlvllego of workiag? Two mil lion men out of employment and busi bess stagnation all for the lack af mon ey, while $100,000,000 of idle money Is being hoarded away in the banks of New York, above the legal require ments, openly defying the demaudsof the business world. It is oneugh to aet every wheel of commerco going, giving employment to all. Their object is to force down the price of labor and at the same time force up the purchasing power of the dollar; to freeze out the small investors, ar,d the farmers and merchants. Are they not delng it? " Thousands and thousands of mea, women and children cryinjr for bread, aud at the same time our farmers sell ing their wheat below coat of produc tion! Thousands upon thousands of the unemployed shivering for the lack of proper clothing, whilo the factories which turn out these much needed ar ticles are shut down! The politicians tell us it is overproduction, but we see it la under-consumption. Such a spec tacle for the social system of American civilization! Interest is a peculiar thing. Any sum of money loaned at 10 por cent compound Interest doubles itself in seven years. $1.00 loaned at 10 per cent compound interest for 100 years, will amount to $13,809. At com pound interest how long will It tako that $10,000,000,000 to eat up the entire wealth of the Nation, and make us all elaves? It is only a question of math ematics. It is onlya question of time. The conjentration of wealth and the moral and political corruption of our large cities, is far greater to day than it was in Rome when that proud and wealthy Republic fell. Every acholar knows that the concentration of wealth, together with lta moral and political corruption, was the real cause of the fall of Rome. If like causes pro duce like effects how long can America atand the strain? But there is a good time coming, boys! It will bj when men stop living upon each other, and commence combining their energies for the good of all. It will be whf n tie oomoetitlve vteui U overthrown, and Christian socialism has become blessed reality; when the people own the corporations and sot tho corpora lions the people; when every man will be allowed to work and recHve the full row art', of hi efforts; when bltry ha hwn writtea and tells us that the grcaWtt hindrance to American prog reus was the blind political prjud!o of the people, Than, aud not until then, will permanent gwd tliw come and vry man who will worn be b lo obey the divine injunction, "uke no hd for the morrow what ye hall , cr waatye shall put oa.M That lime Marvr thaa moy Imagine, There ar w.noruM) labor n wha would vote for a syWMw tomorrow afWtramm, If tisy had tht opportunity. Toeru are million of farmer who weuld nW for the Pprortuatly of tdlai thua Urv las million. fUr are thousand t-( J liars prvavhlaf ll la rough the pr. .V.tt... fca Irnnwi It OT BOt. hdward Bellamy 1 not the founder of socialism. The Populist party has no corner on the idea. Eighteen hundred years ago Jesus Christ, the friend of the poor and heavy laden, overturned the table of the money chongers and preached so cialism. Not until ppnic after panic, calamity after calamity.are tho people beginning to realize that t him, that has, has b-en given, and to him that has not, has been taken away even that which he thought he had. A. ARTHUR. Gkiffes. NATIONAL PAKTV NEWS. m4 IU re are tbtun!s ul itrKtm rspoaadleg ll flow Oteir pu .lis. A4 IN UfhU of im a cot trol t!r actios. rrj time a a"rgg f ' oaurw rv bouest na.1 it hi bttMSt U farm, ll spreads the r i Sit2Uai. lfj tiw I'hlUlUft pr,'Thy klsdsist eM, Tby will be dose arU M ll I 1 IN Ctt vltt wir rfeu' bftfcd,1 U v Ut miaiWia, part 4 tmpif, Hent Out I'rom tlie Ilead(aarters at Washington,!). O. Business ad headquarters is becom ing brisk, as the campaign opens. Malls are Increasing every day and the demand for literature comes from every section, which proves the wisdom of the committee at St. Louis at Its recent mteting In establishing a department of literature in cennectlon with head quarters. A price list of all kinds of reform literature will be furnished by head quarters No. 450 Pa. Ave ) to anyone making application for same. All funds derived from sale of this litera ture will go Into the campaign fund, therefore it is the duty of all Populists to order their literature through head quarters, where they nan get it just as ckeap as elsewhere and it the same time contribute something to the build ing up of the party. A FATAL CHANGE. Attention has boen called to a fatal error being made by some of the news papers by publishing the address sent out by th National committee from St. Louis February 22, 18!U. The error is ound In the following: 'A declaration ia favor of the fre and unlimited colnago of both gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 and the money redeemable in metal," It should read as follows; "A declara tion in fayor of the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 and the direct issue by the government of legal standard paper money redeemable in debts and taxes.' TDK OUTLOOK IN OHEftON. Reports from primaries held in Ore gon on the 10th inst., indicate that Mr. Pierce will be the Populist candidate for governor, and that Governor Pen aoyer will be put forth ai tho PopulUt candidate for the United States senate to succeed Mr. Dolph, Republican gold bug. It is pretty well settled that Senator Stewart and Congressman Pence will, with quite a number of our ablest spcakers,spend some time on the stump in Oregon during April aid May. Oregon is tho key to the situa tion. If the Populists carry Oregon in June look out for a landslide in November. PDNCUINO UP TBK ANIMALS. For several days It was reported la the New York papers that certain sena tors were taking advantage of what was transpiring in the senate finance com mittee relative to sugar schedules, to gamble in sugar trust stocks and mike few thousand. After a few days of ulet, and about tbe time tho guilty ones were congratulating tnomseives that tbe storm of critlcUfai had about own over, Senator Peffer sereuely bobbed up with a resolution calling for committee of five senators to investi gate these reports and rumors, and re port their finding to the senate, where upon quite a number of senators arose and protested their innocence. Senator PefTer U determined to push his reso lution and have tho investigation. Some rich and rare disclosures are looked for. It is so nlco to have a Pop ulist senator around, sometimes. I'he resolution baa been tabled. The guilty ones are too numerous. Editor Wealtu Makeus. ALABAMA POLITICS. Everything In Alabama points to sweeping victory for the Populists in Ausjust. The UeuiocraU down there are at hli old tricks, inventing and in dustriously circulating all luauiit r of lies about what tho PopulWU should hauo done In tbe campaign of lrtu2, In etT.'eUng combination with the Repub licans. When a party begin to lie tbU early In the campaign, It U pretty good evidence tbat they have no faith in tholr ability to win by honest mothud. I'KOl'LK'S TARTY OKHANIZATIONS. All people's party clubs, I'floui and Leagues, should Send In a list of Bantu of tholr officers and their hmU!Uc to ht-adquurWrt at once to that tluy may ecelve tho twnefitof aoy literature to n ut out. Surrn'or I'rfTcr has kindly agreed to furai.a headquarters with a ltHundur aw re of hU spvclal report on "Atrlollurl lVprrtoa,lCu and lliudtM. Ttl U a very valuable docuutvat and will x J.i4U:Uiu'y dU- HbuVi'd. la a U twr tu hvtduarter from W l Marvb, n'rtry vt the r viil Ui t;!ut;UiiumllU-tf Kaiutky h UW tbatthe IVupU's jarty nihVu active cp fa la tut ivs I'oitMy Ct'RveitUw are b-inf h!4 a.hd iTtt' t. tUa ar Wlarf rpU:y pf fyvl- J The rotle' part wiu iiara aa li,Uw la all tWrti l thUU!Vari 4 U qU a a4br OFFICERS STATE ALLIANCE. Proaident, W. U Dale. Atlanta. Vlrn-Pres., Prof. W. a. Jonea, Hutlngs. Becaetary, Itn. i. T. Kellle. Hart well. Treasurer. James Cameron, BeaTer City. J. H. Power a. State Lecturer, Kaponee. W. P. Wright, State Organizer Alliance Aid, Bethany, Neb. EXBCUTm COMMITTEE Chairman, I. N. Leonard, Lincoln. E. Boderman, Bertrand. L. W Younx, WllsoarlUe. C. M. Letaar, Wahoo. J. M. Dimmlck. Macon. How Thorn re V. Cator Kndorses tbe Legion. Omaha, March 10th, 1314. Editor Wealth Makers: Let the people awake and read what Thomas V. Citor, of San FrancUco. has to say about the Industrial Legion. He was our candidate for senator in California, and reported the platform to the Omaha convention. The au thor of ''Government ownership of Railroads," 'Nationalization of Mon ey," "fjauae at ranics," and otner addresses. Ho is eloquent, honest, un selfish, and the people can trust him Heed his words and follow his advl. and respond to tbe urgent appeal of the National Committee, which said at St. Louis, "Organize the Industrial Legion in every voting precinct In the land." Write to me for instructions. Do not delay. Let us get out our in junction against bonds by massing two millions of people, believing In our platform in the Industrial Legion, the People's party club. It is practical and plain, and takes la all the mem bers of the party. It standi for tbe Omaha platform and votes for the Peo pies party straight. Paul VanDeiivoort. I hope tho Industrial Legion Is be ing pushed in all the states. In San Francisco we have no other organiza tion of People's party; and representa tion in our county committee U ba ed wholly ubon the various Legions, who elect the county committee from tholr members. It works well, and in all our towns, or nearly all of them in Cal ifornia of any considerable population, we find tho legion the best Kind oi or- anlzatlon. Hoping your zeal for this organiza tion will be seconded by a general effort to increase its strength, 1 am Very sincerely vour?, Thomas V. Catob. Rare : Hardy : Grapes AT VERY LOW PRICES. ALL FOR $2.75: S More Early Black. I Magra White. ft Golden Pockllngton. SKUlra White, Wry Proline. S Brighton Dark Ked. i Virginia t Red. ft U'B!uelUni( Black. 10 Warden Ulack. 2U Concord. b Pay's Prolific Currant. 1 Japaneae Wine Kerry. The above So. t well rooted ft toe k tor 12 75, Sre paid by mall or exprem. Kay's currant choke of grapes Jc., post paid. M. D. TIFFANY. u6 South agtb St., Lincoln, Neb. Write tut price 11m in 100 or I.OUO lou. I will surprise you. TESTED SEED CORN. Legal Tender VelloW Dent and MIIIh County VVhiU). Best In cultivation. Won tlrot and awwimlakes Iowa state fair wsl and MX Also medal and di ploma at World's Fair, jutted to central Iowa and couth; 11. 60 per bushel. Two btixhel orders, sacks free: iare orders less. Write for clrculnr. Choice Poland-tihina sows bred. IM BttUtS., eiMKHHUN. IOWA. CJ Non-Trust Wall Papers. Retailed at Wholesale prices. Send lOe. post age for 100 samples. Good Paper for Four Cents per Boll Can refer to hundreds of well satisfied cus tomers of last year. 1 pay the fre Igbt ea al orders of 1 10.00. ED. MONROE, S 1 6 Second St. Hastlnss Neb. LOCAL RAILROAD TIME TABLES. STAXDKD CltfTllX TIMS. Arrival and departure of trains carrying pas senders at Lincoln, Neb. Trains marked, Daily; t, Dally except Sunday; $Daily except Monday; t, Daily except Maturday; , Sundays only; f, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Baturdays on , Monday, Wednesday and Friday only. Burlington Jt Missouri Hirer, tt, B. Q. B. B. Ticket offices at depot, Seventh and P sts; and corner Tenth and O Sts. An Appeal to tbe Million 1'opullat Voters. Both the Democratic and Republican parties have established head-quarters and are today preparing millions oi campaign documents to be sent out dur ing this campaign. it is the opinion of tbe shrewdest politicians at Washington, that if the People's Party takes advantage of the blunders and infamy of the present administration, there will be no trouble in electing Populist members enough to bold the balance of power In the next Congress. It is aho admitted by the closest observers among both the Democratic and Republican politicians that the next election of president will be thrown into the House.'wbich will give the Populists the power to dictate who shall be the next president of the United States? Tho election In the state of Oregon comes off in Juno, and In Alabama In August. We are al most absolutely sure to carry Alabama, and we stand an even chance with either of tho old parties in Oregon. To help to carry Oregon and Alabama is to help put life aud enthusiasm in our party In every state in the Union. Tho People's Tarty is composed of the great common people of the country who are poor and honest. It has no millionaires, bank or railroad corpora tions upon which to call for campaign funds. The National Committee has estab lished head-quarters at Washington where it can procure an unlimited amount of campaign literature at a small cost One thousand dollars used In eur party will do bb much work as a hundred thousand dollars In either of the old parties. After carefully considering the above facts and the bright prospects for our party In the coming campaign, we feel It our imperative duty to appeal to our people every Lsr to como to the aid of the national committee In doing this great work. In tht last election our mrtv Dolled more than a million votos for president. We now earnestly appeal to I.oou oi that number to give us 15 each, 10,000 to elve u ll each, 20,000 50 cenU each, 20,000 25 cents each, and the temaludtr of the one million to give u 10 cent and 5 cent ch. We also earnestly anal to all Tcoplo's Tarty Clubs, Le gions, and Uaguea to raise what fund lhy ca for the coaitutliee, iv tasting up collect!"" lM"-K tnttfrtalnmenU etc. We make tU request oecause we Kt,lK,d tt our duty to do to, our party ever attains suwese. each inern ber f ihe l-arti must contribute to that l 0cea aot only with his ballot, but kith whatever BUr h en ptr. Tt) ro.pood promptly and Morally maa (.uvs that will bii tn nau jr at AU contribution should b U M. C, lUtiUtt, T?re lUut, lad., whi ery i ruy urs, i ti 'I ruHk.it. IL J TAVitsrcu, Hrforstarv. fhalrma f I Vl.i I'ikum. M. C Jt tHKI. lWer'trt . Traurr Flattsmouth, via So. I Hend and Louisville ) Wahoo and Schuvler... umnua and ChIcK via Ashland cut-off.. Ashlund, Omaha and I'lattsmoutli Crete, Hastings and Denver Lowell and Kearney.. .. St. Francis aud Ober-1 lin Holvoke a Cheyenne.... "liurlinglon Special" to Denver and coast Crete, Beatrice and Wymore Washington and Con cordia Endlcott an Bed Cloud, Bennet, Syracuse, Ne braska City and east Qrand Island Broken How, Alliance, New castle, Sheridan and Dead wood Seward. York, Urand Island.. Atchison, St. Kansas City. Louis and south.... Tccumseh and Tabls Kock Mllford, David City, and Columbus and Joe, fit. Leave. tl0:10a. m. t :M p. m. 8:00 a. rn. 2:0p. m. 10:10 a. m. t 4 56 p. m. 12:20 p. m. t!2:20p.m. JU:68. m. s:b0 p. m. 6:30 p.m. U:5o. m. t S:86p. m. tll:S8p.m. ni:r8p.m. 1 1:58 p. m. t 4:00 a. m. 13:20p.. t 6:45p.m. 1:45 p.m. tl0:00a.m. I 6:36 p.m. t 6:40p.m. t 7:18a. in. Arrive. t 6:18 p.m. tll:Ma m. 11:60 a. m. 6: 18 p. in. t 8:30 p.m. t 9:50 a m. 7:40 a. m. 1 1:40 p. m. t 7:40 a. m. t 7:40a. m. 1:40 p. m 10:00 a. m t 4:40 p. m. t 4:40p.m. t 4:40 p.m. 11:65 a.m. $10:45 p.m. 1.85 p.m. tl0:00a.m. 6:10 p. m tl0:asp.m. t 7:ia.m. m:8fia.m. jIO:60p.m. Chicago, Bock Island Pacific. Passenger station corner O and Twentieth Sts. City office, 1046 O Street. Fast express toTope- ka, Kan. uity, ana all points in Kansas Oklahoma, and Tax as. West Local freight accom modation, east Local freight accom modation, west FaHtexp for Omaha, t o. Hums, D.Moines St.Paul.Chlo, k east Fast ex p to Denver, col. (springs, 1'uod lo and west Looul pass for Omaha aud council uiujts. rnlon raclflo Railway. Depot corner O and Fourth street. City ticket oince iim u street. Omaha.Co.niuffs.Chi cuko, Valley, east and west Beatrice, lilue Sprgs, Munhattan, east a west, Topeka, Kan siifl Civ. Hint, south Dav dCity.StromHbr. bioux i;ity,uavm uny ('olumlius, iHsnver, Suit Luke, Helena, Sun Krauulsco and l'ortlund 1'outrlco, Cortlund.. . . oiigrtfMtaal dUliVi Ha j.rti' lor ibvr o tact. J lluras, taJuB) A, ft, will sH yooi a foo4 Crrig or PhaeWa, lor m aosty than gr cor, l$l r ' -UU Leave. t 8:20 a.m. 12:86 p. m tl2:35p.m. 8:65p.m. 4:03 p.m. tl0:llp.m. Arrive. tl:llp m. tll:46a.m. til 80 a.m. 4:03p.m. 2 66p.m 8:20a.m. Leave. t 0:03a.m. t 7:45a.m. t 6:00p.m. 1:46 p.m. t 7:Wp.m Arrive. t 7:30p.m. t 8 45 p. sn 10:40 am 4:10a. m t 8:02 a.m. Missouri raclllc Kali way. Ticket offices at dnpot and corner of Twelft anu u streets. Auburn and Nebraska I t'liv K i press ( Pt lrf)ulsdny express.. Aiilnirn and Nebraitk:i I t'tty KxiTPsa t st. Louis at: lit up .... Leave. II 60 p.m. 11 Mp m 035 p.m. t p m Arrive 500 p. m 5 00 p. m I Wa rn 0 w rciuout, Clkhnrn A Mtsaoarl Vatley (CHIC4ttO SOUTH WHTa llS ) Dpit corner K.lifhth and S streets. City Tick- ei omie dm u sireet. 'hU aiin anil I inn l Unisha, Mmn ' livM.I'iil.luliih M.irlialt iwn.l'wUr ii.i 'niiinii, Mulii s l'ilrr,At iWu, t'ke . ...... , nslia. Wahoo rnnunt, Ke? 1 f..ik. l Neili, i,iii( ime. t 'hsitrun, jwr Hut (l r Hp Ut'lt. H'ti4Hi4 , . i'rt iutint v4iti lt B. "(Leave. 1:45 P m lpm t T as m Isipu T m til 0 M, ArrTv 'U:S0p l S0p m it Ma m I Wp.at, IUra 0 a , SEEDS J- O:.?13. 1400-1402 UXIOI A.. Red, While. Alfalfa and A kike Cloven, , 1 Timothy. BlneGraas. Orchard Grass, Btd V 1U fIP PITY Iff. Top.Otiioa -u. Tree Smij. Cm fvewt riAllOriO Wll I f MU am V t X 4'; f ';'s--jli ! wur LJ yhp r"B pUntlnfttlzer'aReManrTprlTOnrB'of h&rd tims, y cubi,, ail yi-ioE! ivy it f.r it mua ok napti; jrvj 1 LarV(t f rwer of )V. iajiioK Virctabla U. Arm 8.uinth world, rata. SrVr " ,.ja&uJ lu ivaiiin. VtiMimsv Houo, fe. tor poaUtfat TI ir IMSflllMUl 3as " tu-sv m. W SEED OATS AND POTATOES. We have on band an extra fine lot of Excelsior side oats at 46 to 50c per bnshel; also tome very cboloe American Hannwr oats at f to 56c We handle northern and native grown s-ei potatoes, aariy unio ana nuriyitose in targe quantities. Also other popular va r.etics. vr rite tor prices ana seea catalogue. GPISWOkD SEED CO. ktricolp, Keb Alliance : Seed : House. COVE CITY. KANSAS. Tbe cheapest aad best Seed House in the world! We ware the first Seed House ia tte United States to take the side of tbe farmers, ia offering pure fresh seeds at the lowest possible prices, and we trust tbat every reader of this paper will glre us a trial. Below we quote some of the standard sorts: Asparagus-Palmetto. Conovers Collosssl. pkts3c each. Beans-Red Valentine, Imp, Val entine, Black Wax, bpeckeled Wax. Golden Wax. Early Six weeks. White Kidney, Henderson ftil.k. Hnah. Lima. Lsrira f.1m& Pntuhnrt tfina eit t.h (lu.rAan l.ff,i&. rttits ftrl fi!U.h. llAu.tAfcM. monds, Bassono, Dewlngs, Kellpse, Lonir Blood, Hwlsschart, Egyptian Blood, Turnup, pkts So i each. Beets for stock lied Maugol, Yellow, (ilobe Maugol, blleslan sugar, Imperial sugar, 1 Golden Tankard, Olant Red Maugol, pkte lie each. Carrots Early Forcing, Long Orange, Ox 1 Heart. White Belgian. Nanta half lonr. Kcarlet Horn. Danrers half long. Dkts 3c each. Olerr 1 Dwarf white. Large white, Boston Market, White Plume, Golden Heart: pkt 4o each. C&ti A bage Henderson's Summer, Early York, H4 Drumhead, Early o'lnnlngstadt, All Heads? Fathers Brunswick, Early Stamps, Late Flat Dutch, Late Drumhead, Dwarf Flat Dutch, Early Express, Stone Mason, pkts 4c each. Hwoet Corn-Cora, Early Minnesota, Early Adams, i resbys, Btowell's Evergreene, Moors Early, Egyptian, Black Evergreen, pkts to each. Cu cumbers Long Oreen, Early Huselan, White kplne, Early Cluster, Giant Perla, Short Prollflo tarly Frame, Burr, pkts ir each. Lettuce- mined SliHxlan. black Simpson, Curled Simpson, ianson, Prise Head, Deacon, Silver Bull, Market, pkts 8c each. Musk Melons Hurprlse. liack msaok, Ketted K'utmeg, EmeralGem, Montreal Market, Oasge, Early Citeron, Ward s Nectar, Pin Apple, Miller's Cream, pkts 8c each. Watermelons Mountain Hweet, Culan Oueen. Boss. PUlnney s Early, Kalh's Gem, Ire Cream. Seminole, Dirk Icing. Black HpaRlsh, Orange, Rnby, Gold Dexle. pkts 8c each. Onions Mammoth, Htlver King. Early Bed, Ked Weatbersfleld. Daaver's Globe, Danver's Flat, Sllverskln, Elpaso. While Queen, pkts 4c each. Peppers Hweet Spanish, Honstrows, Mammouth, Cayenne, Ruby King, Large Bell, pkts 8c each. Fump kins Cheese. Cashaw, Japanse Pie, pkts 8c wh, Peas American Wander, Yorkshire Hero, Marrowfat, Tom Thumb, Bliss's Everbearing First and Best, Alaska. Premium Gem, Carter's 11 rut crop, Rnral New Yorker, Bliss's Abundant, pkts 8c each. ItadlHhes-Hummer Turnip, Black Bpaclsh, French Breakfast, Kcarlet Turnip, White Turnip, ixing Scarlet, Cal. White Mammoth, lion Plus Ultra, White Btrawsburg. Chanters' White Vienna, Scarlet Olive Shape, White Olive shape, pkts 3c each. Squashes Crook Nuck Kssix Hylrld. Early Ford book, Per fect Gem, Mammoth Chill, Warble llrad, Hubbard Silbtty's, pkts 8c each. Tomatiws May flower, Cluster, Llvingxton Beauty, Pear, Cherry. Plum, Peach. Paragon, Acme. Mikado, Car dinal, EsbIx Hybrid, Llvlopiton Favorite. Llvluunton Perfection. Trophy, pkts 4o each. Tur nips -Flat Dutch. Aberdeen, Mlnnlch, White Egg, Purple Top, Bed Top Globe, Cow Horn, it mber Globe, pkts 3c each. OOOur Great $.00 Offer To induce evervone to trr our seeds we make this wonderful offer. 68 nkts your cholo from the above for H 00. Think of itl Nevur before has such an offer been made by any seed house In the U. 8. M full slw?d packets your cboloe for only II 00. We make this offer to in duce everyone to try our iwd, for if you once grow our seeds yon will grow no other. Cata logue free on application. Address, Alliance Seed Hc'ase, cove city, Kansas. Allianee Seed Co. Gents: I have purchased seeis of your firm and was well pleased with them. Got abous nuble the amount that we get here in the stores for tbe mosey, and your seeds showed them selves to be pure and good. Yours Resp'y, A. Muskxntbalek, Paxleo, Kans. Alliance Seed Co. Genu: Having received such good seeds from your house last year. I thought I would send for your catalogue to select from. Yours truly. i. W. Hubwibt, bevery, Kans. Alliance Seed Co. Gents: Please send me your seed oatalogne for 1833. I bought seeds from yea last year and am desirous of buying from you again. Yours, W. P. Hoi.toh, P. M., Jester, Tenn. .! FRUIT TREES, and plants of varieties that will bear fruit in Nebraska, as evidenced by l,30o bushels of apples and 800 bushels of cherries grown in one season ia or chards of Crete Nurseries! Large stock of FRUIT TREES aiid PLANTS, SHADE and FOREST TREES suited to Nebraska. Tbe ex perience and advice of the proprietor, who is President of the State Horticul tural Society will be found 6afe and use ful to all. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Cor respond at once before extreme rush opens. Address, E. V. STEPHENS, Propr,, Crete, Neb. MONEY IN POTATOES AND BEANS. $40,000 'n 5 YKAks FROM CI en INVESTED ... w-s.4Jl.i5Vr ..now.. r LOWERING ...BULBS... C. L, Allen iti his llook on minis, cianm mat certain uiA DIOLI multiply at the rot of 200 BULBS per bulb in 1 year, and other authorities confirm tliix sIhUx iuciiI, At tli" '.try iiiorh.rute Increiiwi of 'St bullst per bulb, IOO GLADIOLI planted this yenrwnuld iirKlii'-c 2 rtillions of bulbs in 8 Yearsor 5 Millions in 6 Years! I assorted In colors tliov wholesale this year al an averago of $20 per 1000 1 1 Any boy or girl can grow thorn without trouble. FOR $1.50 we send hy mail or express prepaid 100 of these PROLIFIC GLADIOLI or 60 for $1.00; 25for50Cts.; l2for25Cts.y Warranted blooming size, with piimptilet vrrifj lniy hIhivo statements and other valuable particular's WcalMosendforSl, ISOassortjil SummerFlowc ing Bulbs, including many rare sorts not to lie' J cUewhore, hardy cllmhers. Lilies, ftf , enouglr J a gardmi or 70 Bulbs for SO CIS.; 30 for 23 Ctl 10 for lOCt.t., all Mint-paid, tftiogiven In prcmiunl Z Catalogues of Bulbs, Plants and Cacti, hrjs. Book on Cacti, 116 pages, 1 60 engravings, 10 Cft. 12 Cactus Plants, $1; 5 for SO Cts. ; 2 ior 23 Cts. A.BIanc&Co.3'sPlTilad'a , Given away Free. A pamphlet on potatoes and bean culture telling how to prepare the soil, when to plant, how to plant, how to culti vate, harvest, &c, all given in detail. Also a description catalogue and price list of four choice varieties f potatoes. Five of the best kinds of seed corn. Three of choicest kluds of seed corn Three of choicest kinds of neld beans. Kvery farmer should have this pamph let. Please send stamp to pay postage. S. A. 'I'ni'M", Bingham 1'age Co., Iowa IMMENSE STOCK OF Locust and Ash Trees, Fruit Trees, Crape Vines and Small Fruit Plants PANI0 PBIOES FOR PANI0 TIMES. NhU. tilj. slim! 37o. wheat! ?to cora M steers' latrt t mortgage and ttt, d'lnif balties4 at a oi ltn4, A meatiotf ul tha OU eouatv Alii mt' wlil t MA at 1st ttiwra llu ia MruM. ou Vdatljf Marvb SUI at 11 it'olit a AM. for tt. uurnt tf thir orihv ! prUU'Bl, John ll. ir. wilt hn iHrt at.4 a4Ur A cnllal ImrlUlU'it ( r'n.t4 U allitUl AUlai tntiTOr, KaSghU f IjtVr AstrtnbUe. tiafr a4 ait (urutcr la (lUkiHtthf wiiU Iba eau tl auiuaall. la ta bu4. TuikW tvlluiw cttuens, an! Uot racr rower wtlllrriM ua iwn w , C. lUtl ten . Send (or free price list to JANSEN NURSERY, Jansoa, Jofforsoa Co., Nth Or Or.o. It. Galiikaith. AlfalfaSeed (W, Mlll.'t Bm J. Kaffir. Hire ana Jerusalem I'ora I ullow ana hit Mtlo Malio, all grown la IHHX For I'rlce. AJ4ma, MeUKTII A KINNISON, Oatdto City, K Wesleri) Trees i It 13 a Pact that for Prairie Plant- f . T L S ine, xrees erown on rrairies are me best. You caa get them at The Geneva Nurseries AU aorta of them and in any quantity, from one to a car load, at Very Low Prices. Our stock Is vory complete In all departments. Osage Plants and Forest Trees, Aluo a full line of Fruit, Shade aad Ornamental Stock, Grape Vines,' Rose and KverRre8. Catalogue free. Write for Price Address, Youngcrs & Co , Geneva, Neb. X Cattle Robe Tanning Company, 1012 B Sired, LINCOLN, NEB. How to Phkpahs 11 mm roa Robks. As i mid as litilw Is removed from animal, trim off head and less. pred out on floor, cover well with salt, (medium sld hides will requir two and one ha. f gallon of salt, evenly sprradi. leave In ittU condition for Uu to tif- lwn days, Iheu MU U, tlrnh side out, He wll . and ship. Chum for tttiimiK will Ut from 13 n) k ou milium slmwl bides. In Hi t. mshh and oiiirr parties halnif chol. hiiwk hUW. MiinliiiK thrre or mr hltlna, we will ri'iiim ou r.itKi fit the reuialn tun two hides. I'rvltfbt hi be paid hf shlrwr. I.ae aud litttuso haiher tauumt on same tvrmt. aiiinlea sent ou application.. C. MARTtM, ne hav i1dhI thin rls an.t Rud them In tw HrMt rla In vrv prtt'tilar: u Il..m tiiltltuie li.r lh luftlu rube w hi' U I Uv tiiuliiil so f r - I'uttlubors I Tci the land of Utd Appli tl t,h MitHiurl Pactfta rtut lutt, 1st, for on Im f.ir tha rolln.l trill ,uA Ml itu Catl tm Phil tianlol. g, p. & T. A. Uo O t'.rwt UatHiio, iStiU. 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