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May 3. 1S94
THE WEALTH MAKERS. 5 3 10 per cent, interest; aud were all redeemed by the middle of July 1W8. Under tie act of March 3, 1805, there were issued, for the purpose of taking up treasury note and other obligation! of the government including green back!, $948,471,600 of llvetwentltri bear ing (1 percent. In March 18U7 and July 1W8 there vera issued $, 150,000 of temporary loan certificates bearing interest at 3 percent, to redeem compound -interest notes. The refunding bond of 18SW, of which tl,500.000,000 were authorized were to take up previous issues. Besides those were the bonds Issued for the Union Pacific railway to the amount of 101,018,8 W. Any further question! relative to the above will be cheerfully answered so far as the records at hand will permit. Cbah. T. Giuffw. THE IRREVERENT SAMUEL. : Sam Jones has rcmarkiblo powers of description, as witness the following word painting of Congress us be sees it: "Of all the box anklod, bandy sbankod, ilea bitten, bob tailed, lop eared, mangy, courageous, bralnlii'S Jackasses that ever Hmbled since dud made Ino world, I think for puro down right uiiHriedness tho nrescnt gnng in Congress, headed by Hill In the Bunate i v ana taiica oy no quorum ' ia vun uuubw, , .. I I . II tT.. ...... I. 41. ... all " HuoTHKit Beinuakt of the Tola Countv Independent says tho cause is still firrowlnff in "Lltllo Polk," where Populism is politically enthroned. (Jen, Weaver bas been secured to de ; liver an address at the County Fair in September. E--- - 1 Mr, L. A. Stockton, member of the Pool!' party national committee, and editor of the Sidney, Nobraka, people'! Poalard. has downed his malicious oon spiring political oneroid in Cheyenne county who last fall trumped up I charsreof embezzlement against him lhe court a few dayi ago decided the TnasainMr. Stockton's favor, and his Venomous foes tiro finally and com DletclvdlioomOted. We hope all our exchanges will rejoice with and publish this victory of an honest Populist brother. Wk Intended before this to partiou Uarly mention Mr, Woods, tho man who o beautifully designed the bunding of our paper. Mr. W. is the teaoher of drawing at the Woileyan University la this city, a mm of genius with the pen oil, and possessing muoh inventive talent. Any of our exchanges or pri vate parties who need ornamental pea work, titles, monographs, to., should correspond with him, ills prices are . reasonable. To ttont! a Bpeakor to Oregon. Populist IIkaixjuartems, Lincoln, Nehraska, April, 21, iw4: There is a movement on foot to send a speaker from Nebraska to Oregon. The Oregon election takei plane In Juoe and there is a splendid ehanoe of Popu lists carrying the state. If they could do io, it would create a popular tidal wave to tho People's party. Tho Ore gon committee is too poor to pay ' speakers, therefor, the national com mittee insists that strong Populist states like Nebraska shall choose some of their best ipeakora and pay their expense! and some little compensation to take part in the Oregon campaign. Tho money could not be expended to bettor advantage, for victory ia Oregoa in July will Aa more to bring about victory In Nebraska than a dozen speaker! oould do. Therefore, the stato committee, while It makes no assessment for tho purpose, asks Populists in all parts of the state tj contribute what they are able to an Oregon fund. Even though it be but a mite, every little will help. The money should ba sent to J. V. Wolfo, Lincoln, treasurer of the stato ftcoinmlttce, and should be marked 'Oregon fund." J. A KlHikKTUN, I), Clicm Dkavih, Secretary, Chairman, The members of the Fourth Congres sional dWtrlot rominltWe of the Peo ple1! Independent party will meet in Lincoln, Neb , May ISth, at the same time and place that tha state executive committee mn-u, We ikMre to call ih attention f our reader to our special olr to all sub' irrtwr AnyiK'Mon has a chance to iileotabu.lt from our 1UI of reform Ittcrnt ur, free. HSMwaMaMiMMsasRSBMBSasMBsasHBi I'tilt H.M.N. TUtSUUi AUUui'M hm fur a! lUu at ivuu mvh, flit) wr dbmwn, Manual, at tOocaU i-avh, T5 cent r u'-tt. iUtH'tpt Kn-ks fur Hun-AIDanr and tVmnly AlUa'tty. enti liwer raa ! vt Aiituc ana h lUUotini UrtlHi tut white aud I IVWat-k, 40vi. AJdrs 10 j lUrtwvll, Nsb. I have t halt etta m v miles I aurtU u! l mla am) ltr mil ! I . if Uvy, wtll t cattle t i tn ami V kr aV II wU M h erain r i, T, t'At.MSM. 0 .1 ..m,.,,,.,. th Mit uf Juur frltttJs shvniUI W rt. ) siaut naUNnt Th WLtw MaKana, Ihew tUeitt Iht lae au4 vail thale at jaUoa to cur siwHtal vQr, it Novel Binder Transport. When the self binder was first made, it weighed something over a ton and its transportation from place to placo was to the farmer what tho elephant is to a traveling circus. IU full width of thirteen or fourteen feet monopolized the wide road? and made it impoeslble of transport over the narrow ones. This state of affair led to the adoption of the binder truck, by means of whlob the machine was transported sideways. This invention was considered a great boon to farmers, but the task of lifting the heavy machine onto the truck was alwaya severe and unpliamint, if not actually dangerous. Hut recently an invitation has been patented which duos away with the binder truck altogether. This dovioe solves tho problrm of binder transportation by jointing the platform near the inner end so that in a few minutes the platform can bo telescoped in suoh a way that the grain wheel is brought close to the foot of the elevators, and the machine runs on Its own wheels. In this way the machine Is narrow ao that it van go wherever i hay wagon oould be drivenover car row roads, narrow bridges aud through gatoi. 'J his by reduction la width also accomplishes a considerable saving of storage room. This improvement as far as we know, has boen put out only by William Deer lng ft Co., of Chicago. Wo understand they are protected by strong patents. If they wore not, the, evident utility ol this dovioe would cortainly lead to Its imitation by all makers of harvesters Wo are credibly Informed that critical examination of a large number of these platform! which have been in use fur three years or more, has shown that the Joint Is the strongest part of tho plat form, and that the tendency to sag. which was predicted by the incredulous, has steadily refused to show itself. We want fifty thousand now subscrl bersto ThkWkalth Makkku, Will each one of our present subscribers help us by sending two new nnmes? If you are unable to get yearly subsoil bers, send them in for three or six month!, loo out special offer in another column, HOMfeCSttttKttk'8 EXCURSIONS One Fare for the Round Trip, Toll your friends in the east that on May H and ft), the Burlington route will sell round-trip tickets at thn one-way rate to points in Nebsaska, Kansas, eastern Cidoi ado, Ben th western Mouth Dakota and northern Wyomiag, Tickets are good for twenty days; allow stop-overs and will bo on tale at all Stallone east of the Missouri River. J. r kanoi 8, (. l. it T, A., lJurllngion Itoote, Omaha, Neb, THE WEALTH MAKERS ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. HY MU8. 3, T. KELLIfi, SltO'r. Saundera County. Brother Wright visited ui on April 7 and introduced tho Aid Degree, which semuod to meet with considerable favor, aeveral taking insuranoo. We bad a meeting last night and planned for rone wed effort to Diake this Alliance tho banner Alll anoe of tho county, as in days gone by Please send all the information you can give in regard to purchasing supplies, tho key to tho situation here, neglect of which, it seems to me. once broke us up. M. 8 lUd Willow County.-We are a little slow, but our lodge is built oa a solid rock and will stand until the enemy is no more. W. I. Hitchcock County We have been working bard to keep up our AUIanoo, out tiiDoa are nard and mooty scarce and it is hard to keep up due, l'leuse write us the doing! of State Alliance and of other aut-Alliances. I think it will help our Alliance. Yours for victory, J M, B. I can give news to all better and fresher through this column than any ttlur way, and I hope our members will aeud in all Allunoe new that we may uave an lautresllng apr i4t u know of your luowm or failure In educational, financial, political, and social matter. r.dltor Alliance depart went Sherman county Our county Al lianoe waa to have met the bib, but It raluud acaily all day, uontrtjufntly there waonly four of u met; so we ad Jourued until Saturday, The wallir thn wa still bad, and rvad mudiiy, but by Urn o'oUk k people br gaa to etime la from all tllreciloiu, to hi ar W, I.. tirvuno i'f Ktatuey, who was tulvtrtlscd V iak la the aftorio a aaU evmlitg. Whll waltlaf f'r Mr, liivtue the CHtunty AtiUnco bald a short lUMlbg. Mr, t.rt no ikiui, lu oa the two oV'tn-k train au4 wn luuuvdUldl to thei t'tr bouit wlmrw w lUWnt tf to tf lirMo W, aud it e god, (U baaIUd hU aujwct In tla h, aad th ttr. without tfb, M tb atbr ba4 btwa yotnl thvr would baveUea a ImmtiM hm4, At It im tbre m hh va t mht to btar htm, tlthi!aadtng Itkad raiavd ail t k rblay aui the rv.li -r4 la bad thapo, JworUr;, hhria IXi. AltUavH l nrty tvuaty. Yur of MarvH " rWtd ba takta time Uctjult with ul pur old miiubr, 1 tut rvaJy U rvorauU aad Wrlag lata lie our AllUaiH baver I U.Uk II van N GREAT "THE HUB" has completed a larjre purchase early spring prices and will sell tho entire great purchase at prices that will make the great est May Safe "THE HUB" has ever known. We cordially s Invite You to Attend and you will not be disappointed for tho Suits are honest, clean and in every way desirable and will do good service for Men in any line of tusiness. ' A FEW OF THE BARGAINS Men's pretty gray, blue plaid or Oaesimero Suits, no shoddy but clean good wearing Suits QC Afl regular value $7.60. Now OJiUU Men's fine wool Oassimere Suits plain gray color will wear with fle tc any regular $10.00 Suit Now 03 1 1 3 Men's light brown mixed Cheviot Suits, basket pattern a nob- OO en by suit for summer wear, uDiUU Men's fast color Blue Suits made of celebrated Wachusett nannols always sold $8 00 to $10.00. Now Men's strictly all wool, genuine Olay Worsted Suits, Sack or Frock, easily worth $15.00 -during GQ QQ our great May Sale Ou UU M A 1 1 HRnFRSIf you live out nles of cloth can be sent, but you run no risk If you need Clothes OUR MOTTO: Fear God, Tell the Truth and Make Money. done. Hi! tho general opinion of our member! that dues could not bo met this year. Perhaps they might next year. I do not tbink that we have two rnembwrs, myself Included, that could ouv dues without taking that much from ae. lniufllclent food fund - A bad state of affairs, but true. W. H. H 1 know of one Alliance that was in that shaoe and many of the member! were buying Hour. They went to the mill and made a eoutraut for any of their member! by presentation of their toomborhh'.p crd to get flour at whole salo raws. They saved 50 cents a sack. Knough to pay thelrdues for six months. -lid. J Cherry County Our Mutual Hail In suranoe Company of Lincoln, 1 beiieve bas done more harm than good to our order. seat mo different aotoi amounting to about I KK) for collection, there is Just uue I cau collect without bringing suit aud should that be done, rood bye Alllanoe. I am afraid to face the music C. W. J Our brother seem to think there is soiue connection between the Alliance and tho Inturance Company mentioned. There is absolutely none, nor was there ever. The Alliance never had the slightest control of or profit from any Insurance Company, consequently they can not he held responsible for any of their acta or dobU. ur secretaries de not need to feel under any obligation to collect their bills, and should they choose to do ao they must bear In mind that it li private business and to coo noct it In aay way with the dute Alli ance is to obtain money under false pretenses. Tne Aid Degree Life In- surunoe U a different thing, being ecu- nucted with tha N, P. A. A I, U.- Ed, Htut Ilurer ,1, H, 'or rnru tat hi meeting In HufYalo county were well avumdod and that a spirit quiet determination to pv-rtnire in the good work was every w hi re luaatfuattHl. Arrauf omvut were made t rvoriranUs the whle ro inly a UV a puitU, N'etaaba County. I be Manual ha been u.td but little Uurlnrf the last uartwr, llovvr, the att.utUit of the illlaiiiw h Untu valivd lt ouUiuutt. UlriHittag Ui um i( tU Maaua!, and I thin a II will mi umd nur ia the future.1 Vt the U.t un' iiiiio iirttU'U In bti) !nc a Uim'ii.d am) tua u i; unaaliuuu.ly In favor of It, ci it, W i y " jg DEAL Indigo lrom $6,75 ...... S).l improve this goldon opportunity. Time and Tide wait for no man. s fir1 7 w w f r,. at f ' yx v in LINCOLN, NEB; Three Cent Column. "PrraI,'"'Want.t4l,",rorE!bang.,,anl small a4vrUiinu for short tlma, will tw ehurKd tbrsa eouu pur word fur ewli lunrr. Hon, Inlitals or a numnor conntd as ons word, Casta with the ordor ir you wast anything, or liovo anything tnat anybody m "wants," niak It known tbroiitfb tbls column. It will pay, IMNUhKY It, MUKKKtT, aornys-ai-law, . HMD U Hi,, Llnooln, Nb, UURK (irnnn MlHot sond. Ouaramscid. f hu xUiiid fur tauiiii. D. li. Bmwu. WANTIOU-Mrmnd rrclone arfnu Oood liar, J. y. M. hwluiri. Hett'v. Llmw.ln. 7tf tfUNRY laomlon lmnrovd Karma al 8 to 1 III tM.fcwot b.C.VOL'NU. Urokr. IriOl O a. i . . ii . . i ' . . . Bit,, PVHi fill I WANT to emahllNh a PopnllNt patr In soma ffood Nohranka town of l.fi i,nii)tt. tlonormurn. Have ood outfit, AddreM, L. A, Connor, Clark, 8. U. ECO it -From aeholcierMinslBBlenmbJIrown l,horn, ll.iw mr muinn IM drnwii from l put lu for month of February, II. d. YOUNU. liOl U at, Uneoln, Nab. 81if TINr-KV ft HITKKKTT, atrorne.y at-law, WA o bt Lincoln, Neb. Abstrauis ex amlnmt. Fit) II SAI.IC Olt KXCH AN(iK (Jood frmn 1 from aS IO lit tii,p unra A It VUPfTII V WelUnln, Nsb, HA VK YOU anything to wll or tradof nto milvrt1nM t.h fiu.t irhit.k n.tu and b aurpriKod at tbs roifult. RKMKMIIKR that Ths Wa,.tii Makshk Is ths Inst alvniHiii medium lu tha wHt. Wbn wrlUna to aay of our adver tlMra don't forgot to tad I nam wbera you saw tbalr' ail " ' Capital et 00,000. Got ar Utb and 0 am., Lincoln, su. Tha Only State lank in tha City. wa aouoiT rAHMtas aDsissaa, n, I. Htuw. itmi. o M c- ,,. r a wa.riu,.aarua.V,P, , K. l r,c.H, A.Ca k MNt SINGLE COMB tROWN LEGHORNS. 13 fgg II l 30 gg 2 0. w)rggsl&0, lOOrgMlUfl. i-r- w uq urotr Cr fit! efy aim upwau tany Mint wen of t't.l i(fuasio Iioner, ISihluke IS day old I, wt. bafit ai rival guaranteed AJdm W, HJCKOX, Alma, Nb BICYCLES. FOR-i: Bargains . . . WRITE E. R. GUTHUIE, 1540 O ST.. LINCOLN, NEB, IN of Men's and Bovs Suits HERE'S YOUR CHANCE. A SUIT TO YOUR LIKING AT A PRICE TO MAKE YOU SMILE. MMaaBailifMaBMaNBJMaMsHMsWaB 200 Men's Suits ten dilferent styles worth from $8.00 to $12 60 and your choice of entire lot at 1 o Double and single breasted black Cheviots, brown Meltons, fine gray mixed Cheviots, darK, black and blue plaids, etc., etc., and all at $7,44. of tbo citv any these whatever in ordering a A yf7)ss 'imp10-- YOU and send In Cnrpots, Wall Pcipov, Curtainn and JJraporios., In Painting, Frescoing and Doco-rntlng WE AltE BEYOND COMPETITION BE SUBMITTED. Best all "wool extra supers Ingrain Wall paper Oat line is too extensive to think of you through and explain everything. An bonet investigation into our methods, means a customer every time. Don't forget tho place. 230-238 THE . . . GREATEST OFFER YET I Fnr 00 Wi WW send THE WEALTH MAKERS to te 1 lii yi.w now tiubscrUor utitil AujruKt 1, lb'Jl. ?fV r.0 Wo wU1 80tul THE WWII MAKEKS to uuy 1. Vll ivit m,w .utacrltxT until Jnnuury 1. 1M15, tml a lalaiul; Stockwt'U'8 Had Hoy; Points for Thtnktui. VnV r0 Wowm'na THE WEALTH MAKEUStoany 1 Vll huIihitUht,, n,.w or 04, ,mtii January I, ly. tl, and a dioU' Jitm tho following list of book: Ihttul holder and HmHlwliutr; Tim Initiattvo an.l Ki fiTvitdum, Ehuu.tu- Th- lKuda r Vu tint; Error In Odr Mi.rieiaiy Svistctn; Iidu'rlul 1hh1oih; Our lo-publUitn .fnurt li v; Moui-y, Land and TrunsjMi taiUm. I'r S 1.00 ill Mnd itnit lu fulliiwlnj,' i.t of lKlta: EU'hanl'ai (Vtnut; JiiMiit EdwaitU, Tbn Cojiihitr Climax; Ur. HuKuid; A Tramp lit .Wlotv. TIh-m latl 1.Ih ar u lii! atilb d und alirlf worn, but t ns tftd for tho f uHmj? litttbT P1 vlit! thoy Irft tt' r a-i nan. Hftc I a t'latuo fiir Alliam iuai i tul t t mvui.i i liltttiri f vuluabbt Uk.I of Informal m ahMiiut ly (, Wlouid hi nrl tu tat ndvunlui.'v of llm oiiHi tunii v riu'Mt olf ra will tint tMMimtliaud limy, and v hhiivo ttui tUtlil to dUctilitlntitt aiiV of tho md'Htimto .th r frtu tin' llt f Wealth Milkers Ptib, Co., ucouri, rtCQ. SUITS at n. third loaa rrton suits will be sent on ap- suit. ma OUR MOTTO: Fear God, Tell the Truth and Make Money. Interior Decorative Company AUK A PAHT OF TDK PKOPLK. Tlioy Don't Want the Earth They don't expect to get rich out of every eus tomer that cornea in, They want to deal with you so that WILL COME BACK your friends. IN J'KOOF OF THIS LET FACTS 59c JlJc 5c enumerating. But wo will trludlv chow So. 11th St.. LINCOLN. NEB. cliou-o inim tho lollowintf list of UkjUs: Sown Financial Consplrnrifs; Ion Mfn of Mimnv THE WEALTH MAK'rlliS f-r a i iuu of hvo aubxcruHMs: aiikl Ui tho fti?cnt w iulitifr tl o club, u boi ' iitiin tin tiNki m our k!u h- nntti ait ui .t th mmho valuo.