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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
May -'4, 1S94 THE SHE SITUATION. LITCHFIELD MEN UNDECIDED ABOUT WALKING OUT. ENTHUSIASTIC MISS MEETING HELD. The Mlaaonrl Nlrlkrra M raining Every Narva to Induce the Mautheaat Kan a Moil to Malts tha , Walkout 4'mul,la - A Mil-Ik Jnlilltto and !, Kt Ml'fllllf I Nuw l'rotniil. riiTMit itfl, Kitn,, May 21. Tlio Ml tourl striker with Hid men from ML den, Midway, Fuller and Yahi hold a mux mooting ut I,itc!i Until lut night A greet ileal of cnlliiiMiiMin wn hliown hut tho Mtchfleld mini with undecided un to whether tu auhpoiid work or not, It in the general opinion Hint they will Join tlio striker, A In ro body of men hcndml by tlio MlfkHtiurl riologu lion, ' marching to a lively nlr played by llto colored bund, leftldtelillcld at ll o'clock for Front en n when it meeting will be held. They will go Into eiuiip thorn mid re inn In over Hiimlny, A inn inuetliig of 1 lit? dlnlrlct lui Imihii culled (i meet Ipiro or In tho vi cinity Monday, when It I expected Unit a Juldlen nod lovo fount will tulio pliice, A committee from Dm lriker will tod upon tlio mayor of thl Hty ii nd. nkod for tlm privilege of solicit ing aid from tho merchant, Imhine men and prlvuto Iioiini'm, but tlio mayor and city council held mi in forum I mooting mid decided to lno i untrue lion to tint chief of police to uitohI 11 person caught begging tiiHtito tlio city limit. UNEMPLOYED WANT WORK. Two Tlmuaiiil Mtiu ut MlniiKtipiill Hold n orilni'ly Mat atoning. MiKNKAPoi.m, Minn., May 21. An orderly meeting of S,iH)0 unemployed men wiin hold in ITay tnarltct thl morning. Tlio object of tho gullicr Ingwu toawuken pub) la ympiilhy in practical meuurc for tho furnish ing of work to tlio unemployed. It wn renolvcd to ank tha mayor ml council to fiirnlMli iim ut ut-It work a pollilo In public Improvement, mm for tho piiriwiHu of directly In fluonciug the aldermen It hum deter mined to ortfutil.n tlio unemployed Into ward cluu, whli'h should apply to tha aldermen Individually, Holm expects to toko 400 men out of town thiii evening un n Coxey contingent. The Knglneert' I.aillrV Anxllllnry, St. Vxvt., Minn,, May in. Tlio la dies' uux Hilary of tht ciijftneurH. in ttclon in thla city, Imvo votud down a proposition to mitko lnurarice com' pulnory tinou nil in em bum. Mm. Dmir noil and Mm, Orr, of thu itiNiirauca department with ro-electod, but they do not oontlnuo In thin cupuidty r grand ofllmir of tho body. Aftn'r much dUcMihlon tlm nmxlmum of In Hurtnca was rcdmscd from fj,ofio to fl.ooo. ( Hulf-morvil Mtrlbar Thi'Mit,uluK. Desvkh, Col., Mny H.-Ciml Mine limpoctor Hisud prudlclH xcrloun troube ut Soprla, near Trinidad, whoro he uiya tho Colorudo I 'ml uud- Irou company in mulutuliiiuf? Hlxty-thri'O deputy Hhcrlft'H to protect Un proourty (Tttlunt 350 hulf-Kturvnd ittrikerM. TliOMO ininorii, rmmt of w hom tiro Hal Ian, havo not yet received their Jan iiury pay und are U a very oly hu mor. Hallway Tvlvtrraiilivr at l)i'ior. 1)k.vm, Col., May 81.-Over 100 del eirateM to thu ninth annual convention of the Order of Hallway Telegrapher!, which will open lu this city Mouduv, have already arrived. It U proposed to remove tho heioliiiurterk of tho order from Vinton, Jowu, to a more dchlrnblo location. Iron Wurker niialilt-i'lng Mcatit. Ct.itMl.AMi, Ohio, May SI. The niemlerH of tho Amalgamated Ac elation of Iron und Steel Worker were in hesnlou early to day and did not reht uutll loitr after noon. They were enquired on the iale uud vvk eommittee reiirti, MORE WOHK FOR THOOP9. Inlutlrialli In lilnliu aiut Mutiianit I a rul)- .V I ruin 4 ,urt. WAMIIMifoK, May SI. Thu NMiftle. part me ut ha received luft.rmatina fromCteur d'Aleue, Idaho, that Indu trluU there threaten trouble. mt ure of a trnlu keeiued tiuiitiuint and l intoi ill SchotUUl or leietl ral Oti, cotutiittiidtht the Hut, i, of Columbia, to mm that the l ukteit Mate narhal loul udepiaie aoidtt ue frin trt l iiooirv the pr, tetln of the idrd pr'erty which t in the hand ut a rccvHrf, ')'rMim are hlattotu-d at a ot near Cuur il'AWne, Mimm , Mont., Mav SI. A i:nd of M '1'tmijltn" ,f faille and HooUauw i-aptuvvit a fi, t;l,t train fit the North hi Pacin.i rmi.t at llcroti, a few totle teni tho l Uti.i lino and I .0 wile awl 'f thi illy, tht m.nlit and atarted reward. A l.r,e f Ulty tleputie heat It a on d and hea.l, d by hhcllrt tn left hew on hhUI train IimIjv t liilelvipl the Ih Imv trial. IUlrH I rMl l t lril. Onuin, Net,,, M, M.. TIi fi.t lt hijjt.t dUI jfi't lUntite t.i r.ip4 in IhU i. t fi-rmed ipuulr f an Iwvh It, lik and ur l?ltt ,o bov laud m eat d o friv itmetjr f;in f n jsrt tint nil v, t ui! s iltcludilt tatH', t nat.', l.i no, l ie , rtt iv kitlt d tlMtMIIV lll,t IM lktt, lliMiilk, III, M ";l .l'i.l,e l.iil.Mklur tut killed the Ikon. ratio ,ov.'vp.oial apprO,H'iirHt lf U!it l, lloilUtl lit A. it, U'II fhs i.'.H.!li'n p Mtln a I Mijm.iUfH. .. ; THE SUGAR SCHEDULE. The Drliat I'pon It I'roiii!r to II Vary Meiitlonat. yJ.uJoTos, May SI. Tho Demo cratic kenatora are pra titled with tho piwreN they luivo been making with tho tariff bill during the past day or two but fear that tho situation may Dot continue to bo no pleasing, und Homo of thiitu aro Inclined to auspect that the Republica n aro merely try ing to lull them into a ncne of secur ity. The Kcpubllcun aeiiat'ir nho In the bctflnniiiff manifcHted a desire to an tntfonl.n every item in the bill and who auddenly changed the.lr tuetlca, huvo not abandoned their Hjrhton the bill n their con run In letting ho mnny mrairraph go without eliallentfltifc in led homo to believe, but the ehaiiffu in method wua made for two purpimeH. They felt that they bud pono n litt le too far In pruhslnfr their obJeellouH by declining to let any of tho amend ment ffo in without, debiito mid had urousnd the iintuouism of the jlcmocrutM to a ifi-eater extent thiiii they had Intended and they concluded that nothing could bo ruined by pro vokln friend of thu bill to uxtieme measure. They huvu not., however, chunked their purposo of opposing many of tho more rudlcnl ciiiine which the bill iniiUe In tho exIhliiiH1 law, It li probuble that they are willing that a test schedule should be reached unit It i believed that tho foinr turilT 1 exported J'nrnlhh till test, Only u part of the jnctul hchudulo and the wood schedule stand between the paruprAph nlreudy dlspimiid of and thn sujfin' ipteNtlon. Tho meliil schedule, u uinended by tho eompiwc mUe, provide for a redmdion of only aboiitone-fifth from existing rut e,iiud it 1 not probublo that many of tho paragraph lu thl will bo debuted at Kreut leuu-lh. 'J'here I sure to bo more or lu illncusHlon of the lead und lead nru duties. Tho Wood kchcdiilo may also develop a debiito over the question of free lumber. All the Inilleatlon, are, however, thut tho huuar schedule will by reuched next week. The debute on thl promise to bo moiihuUouii 1 anil aomo of thn Republican senator have expreNsed tho opinion lnil, thl will prove to lit! tho weakest Jink in the tariff chain. BRYAN'S SENATORIAL BEE. Thn Ktihranka 1'iiiiKroMiiian Aflur MmikI- ' rim' 1'liiea If I'iwhIIiIc. WANiinncnoy, May 21. Coiiirressmun Ilryan doe not disclose In hi letter to hi , eonjrrcsMloniil committee hi real purpose In declining to bo- roma a eundldiito for renomlnation, It I hi plan to devote ut least a much attention to oolitic din-" hitf hi iinnrouehlnir retirement a at any time in the past, but Instead of confiiilnjr 'd participation In tho com Injr campiilg'n to the first Nebraska district he will extend it over tho tato, Tho legislature to bo chosen in November will elect successor 1o Mr. Munderson, whoso term will ex pire March 3, next, Jlrynn, already jiiirtly iilicnliilcd from Democracy by I'optiliMtlc. notion, Jook to sen the next lejrislutimj the property of the third party, perhaps with tho' aid of u few symptttlioMtJ Democrat. ' The hcnatorshlp i t!io bird In tho bush for which ho give op the b!rd lit hand of u noiulniition. FROST IN MANY PLACES, Much fiMiimga Iti' port ml In Kiiih, Inwu anil tlm NorllM,ct. Kansas Cttv, May 21. Telefi-ruin from Northern Kmisa, Nebraska and Iowa say tho frost thl morning wus Hulllclentto kill the oorn und small vegetable und some four 1 enter tained that wheat, whero It wu in bloom, wa damaged. There wrs ho frost here. The weather bureau re ported a minimum temperature of 30 degree here, 34 at Concordia, :m nt Dodge City, as at Wichita, 34 at North Plat t, Neb,, 3d at Do Moluen, 40 at St, Louis, 30 ut Chicago. Hirriitriinl hy I ha Uullonn. (It iiiiiiK, Ok., May '.'I. -Three day ago "Arkunsus Tom" of tlio Dutton gang wa taken from bore to .Still wuter to b tried for the murder of Deputy Marshals Speed, Houston und Dudley ut ingall lust, August, Thl morning a courier urrlvrd from St ill water with the report thut the Dultou were threatening to uttuck tho town, liberate "Arkansas Tom" and wreak veiigeuiiee on tho ollleer of the court now in Legion there, A large jmsmi of deputle ut once htarted for the nee no, llto Ip.lrr f IimiII. 1'iui uu i run, May '.M. - iVesldeut Cluusseii of tho Tout I order suld that ho found on examiitiiig the liok that lit tvvotM'ttr the order would Ihi called iimii to pay out r,(i(Hi,o ii and that at the inil It would only havt; :i,oihi,imi tu meet the demand. The order had Wc fulling .iT in mciui'orsMp, the due dropping from IMI 0j ,i lo, Ooo and he e.MK 'leicl noslrumciit (he only pr,,Hr rinirw. ... .. . . . l.H UOIII V4lUl Mlir4l. NV vim. Mm, Mav VI - The'Viit U Vrruoit v.'uuly V iionratlvs dele Kle nu t m th,ioiiit I, ,(! , f Vt f IUH.lt t., , le t f..iH trtM didt'gale t. the HtlcctitU ilUtil, I culler, ci,, tit i.ti l lt h, !i Ml .mr ti v t iiulei l-le vv Hi'tot ut prmait and It U tUrv,.i lin y Will t" pSMi'i to t oiirf ifii,iti tliMtc Mtuma'k (u vtevltn, ( hi44 tli,iim lu.ii, u,l, t un m. M ?l, luJ'i ttueiii h tvvtivolt l tliii i.li'miii J, am M,tiilLu ( t. Twenty tirt wn dud t,t, mi ll. 1,-lui 1, C.eig Mm of the rt w mil, I,,- td mu'lal H. ii, l"f inlert, i Uk' wlvh volet at li m!liirf .trt,, ,f Ninth plr, ii t ! Ilv.i 1, .1 uai J t Uh m.,,nily levli.it 'it ltitilf . - . ttriit' tfmi Mii Hiiiret. Knmu, Linn May 3! ki'lU' ll ' i"d tl r'.' Imlt lh w llu lily tut Iim Vl..,,,M'l i,i,i I,, .lay, t l w p.. ii,.,i , , . dutHvieil, h He t uLjccUm, .!al i ljulluy, i ta Is! will It- tafM.I lk-vl,K r lor ml I. LET US EI0HAN0E VIEWS- (Continued from Unit page.) of men have reputation but bow mny have character? That, It aeoma to mo, la tho question. If we aa a party ever aucceed we must nominate men that are honest aod true to our principle and hold them responsible for the trusts re posed in them. My choice for governor la Honest J. II. Towers; for we elected him once, and the robbera stole the oflloo from blm. If be doea not Ret the nomination for governor, by all moans be ought to bt nominated for treasurer; and 'I think the state funda would be In aafe bands. I do not wlsb to Intimate that wa have not other honest men to select from In our ranka. My sooond choice would bo lion J. N. Oafiln, perhaps .the most popular man In the state, As far a I know O. M. Kem Is the preference for Congress in the sixth district. Now, Mr, Kdl'or, you can publish this If you think proper, If not It will And a place In the waste banket. Yours for the right, It. II, SHAI'LAKU. Theliiicby Men Whom Our Ulster Favor. Kearney, Neb , May 12, Kdttor Wealth Makers: The Woman's Progress! ve Club of this city is an organization of the Populist women for the purpose of studying the political and financial questions of the tlm, and aa an organization therefore stands as a refutation of the old Idea that women are not Interested in politi cal matters. As a club we have disouss cd the financial legislation of our country, tho Ooxey movement, and now we aro to talk of the propailtlon to nationally, the mlllila, all question of absorbing interest to us. We be lieve that good politics blenues every body and we prefer to think that, If politics, or the science of government, has become flltby and degraded and managed by rascals, it la the duty of every gocd prson, man or womau, to endeavor to better politics, instead of atandlng aloof and allowing that which affects us all so vitally to remain in such a condition. The shirking of political duty by the good and wlsj is the main oause of our present trouble. As we are thus Interested In measures for tho good of our state and nation we also rcall,8 that good men are neces sity to carry out those measures; for we see every day that the best laws are being utterly perverted by unprincipled men, accordingly at our last meeting we select d the following persons as among those whom we believe would administer our state government honestly and justly, and we herewith give the names for your exchange of views column. For governor, J, N. Oafllo, Saunders; lieutenant governor, J. V. Wolfe, Lan caster; secretary state, Herman Freeze, Antelope; treasurer, Lyman Cary, llufialo; Auditor, (leorge Lynn, Adams: commissioner public land and buildings, , W. P. Wright, Lancaster; attorney general, Ed. L. Adams, Kearney; for superintendent of publlo instruction Mr. Frederick Kplnk of Kearney county aud Mr. 1'hllo Ford of Dawson county were favored, both being well qualified, Respectfully yours, Helen M. now. Sco'y. Women's Progressive Club, Can We Hear From Our Leader? Mahhland, Neb., May 6, 'It J. Editor Wealth Makius: In response to your invitation to ex change views as to preferred candidates for state ofiloors. I will say that the idea of exchanging views is a good one Much hi been said in praise of numer ous candidates, but not one of them has expressed themselves as to whether they will accept, or said a word with reference to the principles the party advocates, or what they propose to do If nominated and elected. It seems to me tbatanespresslon from these men would be timely and profitable. It would enable the people to judge the meu by their utterance and thus ba en ab'ed to go to the state convention fully posted as to the man ur men best calculated to fill the requirement of the prty. 11 ua hrar from these men a freely as we have from their frier J who have so kindly advocated their candidacy, We mut have men who are opposed unequivocally to a further ral ut the purcbatlpg power of tha dollar, for this euruo hat proven beyond question that every time the purchalf power of the dollar ha been rlrd, by allocking cut (contracting dollars, tb telling jor ut lh.T aod Its products has bela corrvHnd)igly out down. We aat men who will em toad earnest)) for an Uorf ed selling powr id labor and lu product by add lag good honV legal tender doHat U oarotiDuUlloo. ThcsultlPj power of labor Los Nkb rut d a fcy the l),iau l!? ibllvaa tHmlruiloa pulley until tb werotiaai's goods II upurehad upoa hlishvli, our manufacturing tanltu. tlons am lair, UVir Is ueeaiploved. tu farmer Is eouipelld la s: hi produc tl.i tha tot of production, aad want and tutcry sUtk air4 h tand WhoistabUtuatcr tUUf It 1 tk sulsmis thiMltM. Ttto basker deal la Wkiaiy, aad whitra l!auihlm It be make the ankle la which he duals pruCuhly by Halting It tc.Mva through lailufttj af Icgltlaucn We say h t iit I to blame, but thl ptopU are, for allowing him to corner their money which is the only property in existence that Is held in common by all the people. The producers of the nation are the real wealth maker, and the more money they can receive for what they produco the more rapidly will the wealth of the nutlon Increase. We say then to ail produoers, take the example of the bankers and drop party, except such an one as advocates equality and justice and favors your interests aa pro ducers. They themselves will consider that you are using good common sense by so doing. The next question is, whether we bave men who after they are elected will stand unalterably by the people in this demand. We were told by a prominent banker a few years go that the ''national and state bank ers associations bad paid In by annual assessments since their first organiza tion money enough to by any president, congress, legislature, court or jury in the United Btates of America." No wonder that the old party leaders and mosabacke continually throw into our teeth the statement that ''money runs the government and always will;" neither is it a wonder in tho face of these statements that men are so ex tremely cautious in the st lection of can d dales for our state and congressional tickets. We want no traitors to apply; but even Benedict Arnold bad bis friends, and so have the traitors of to day, We ask, then, in all slncorlty, let us hear from the men who are men tioned as candidates, so that the public may be enabled to judge as to their party fealty and their indlv'dual .quali fications to serve the people We helped to nomlnato John Powers In 18M and would prefer to have him try it again in 'Hi, Dawes county has placed her affections upon Sioux county's favorite son. He Is honest and he is capable lor any cfllce In thn gift of the, state or nation and bl name is Henator II, O. Stewart. Here is my shoulder to the wheel, Brother C lb-son, for a long pull and a strong pull and a pull altogether for success this fall. . H.W. Raviu. P, S. No fusion please, for we are able to walk alone. H. W. H, A President all Love and Honor. Atlanta, Neb., May 18, 1SU4. Kdltor Wealth Makers: I have felt for a long time it to be my duty to write and at least thank you not alone for tho earnest effort you bave put forth for the last few months in be half of the tolling millions ot this our land; but tho great success you bave in presenting the fundamental truths of a just government to the great common people. We appreciate the paper and will push it into homes where all they need Is gospel light to come with us. I wlsb not only every Allianoe man in our state but every Independent voter could s?e th) great good to the cause of true reform that must oome by reading papers of the high standard of The Wealth Makers. I am more than pleased to see the interest our people are taking in tho matter of who shall be our candidates this fall. We have many good, true, able men who are doubtless able to go forth and win victory from the camp of the enemy. Yet let us look over the field and make that ticket lnvlnolble. Now Mr. Editor, 1 wish to say a few words personally as to myself. I admit it Is very plcaalng to me to have friends mention my name in connection with our state ticket soon to be nominated and to know that at least some think me worthy for so great honor from the hands of those who not only toil to gether, but who now vote together for "Molly and the baby." I thank my friends and that sincerely for their confidence, but for this year I will not bo a candidate for any. offlce before our state convention. It you de sire a loyal, true, courageous well in formed, fully qualified man from this part ot the state, I would second the en dorsement already given to Hon. o, Hull of Harlan county. He has a boat of friends throughout the state and will niak mny more for the ticket where ever he may go. Yours for complete Industrial free dom, W. V, DaLR. Tht FwulUher or the Nebraska Tai IWforiii or Omaha IV I rot the name and address ot every lnl-ticr In Nbiaka; alto a list of ihiNKi who would seriously consider the nirlltot Itt claim when (airly repre sented Per propaganda work, nothing W superior to is lWfoiin. Special dl IrlSuttoa to new addrvtwt, containing uiso( uait htaU, p t'eloal men, farmer and laborer; oOeoulwa ul Tt Nebratka T Reform. II oo, seat to a many odJrts la different eominual t!r, Couti lautioei for this purp are rvtpuv'Uuily slU!!id. Anyone can obtJ trvt silver liter turn tr addrtMsirtf Tht Paa-AineMcaa ll MeUiUo AmmvUMoii, Ikmwc, Colo,, and tuiloalng poti lor Mme. tlOMKIKKKKW't RXCUR1I0NS On ri M ths Neuad Trip, Tell your fiWndtla tha vat that on May nod the tlurllngtoa routo ,1 eit round trip lWke' at the one way rU to lat In Nha, K , air t'.dw.a.lit i.toikwtr )ktth Dakota au I northern vt yomlng. Il-.'kel ra good (of twenty d nlkiw itivr and I will iwi on salt at all all" vh'ti'f tb MUmrl Utter, J. rSHNVJ, U. I. A T, A , Uurlleg on Itoutt, uiuatia.NVh, WORLD'S FAIR AWARDS rU, ti- TWO MEDALS and on Diploma for SteaMt. Mrrnatk and f beapaMa.ovrr uf.inv it inee vemclw, nave bfen (old (lirn-t u til pnni. hnil at oncA (ur our romnldn cataloiioni I)) of evvry kind of h)ll A hmt MLuliui Ijftitir una, m w tmllinaoialH, tuy are rn, ALLIANCE CARRIAGE CO., CINCINNATI. O. U)tT"1'il7P CANNOT SEE NOW TOD 00 ttWlrfi IT ANO "AT rilllHL THyrJVS&th 4nwt wftlaKl or tak tm krm Macavawwlag snochlM 04 htvv woffci wnaauUsHT fur IU IMrt with AsjIuaMtlt BbMa lisd. fekltVTkMUiM CrU U.0043 torn Mfl. WorleW fat MesUI riiW BiaxfahM Md avttMnV 80 lf Trial. Nt motMv required oc sm i twttMaaaswati M)ifpra "7 IB Hritri, loabtt. ktuy fnriii fawfory mj m flMltfi ansl ajrtnt'i prouu. rirr 1U ThUVM 4 n4 U4j t' niavbiat or Ury rf FAKC )ailiiw,ltt1tirriU)aaf(4 (tlimiMMof tht WorM'i Voir, 01F0R0 MFBt CO. SU WtUtb In. CHICA80,ILL. AGENTSflOirfayafhome -illng MlilHKlMj 11,4 UM n't (uftitutf Jmtlry, Wnti-liMi, 'lattlvwftrf, tiU taWh.ttic. Fiftirw lineal jttlry tftHhl w WW, und on all kin.lauf MM'ial iit) guM, nHviTiir fiiukfl, Nu ta jwrl' no, Aiiyrwt'i( uiNio iih- Uti rlljrr. leuwla uwit fjHlliiig ait rsif hmi-r. Out (lis vutnuWiv. M f. i-ntrtt. fs.ll wwrramt-tl, VVlmiy. nI in Hgin $; u r, Hi f-ff. Kin. m,mi ,.il,t. i'lr,i. H. F. OAlnoACOf Dptt No. C, Columbu. O. WorldtFlr!!i2hsitai7rd3 on our INCUBATOR and 1 Old Reliable" feSi'flP ItftMMt iuri4 In I'wjllry, l wllldL Pf yt U aaad 4 tmU Ht Mtmpt fur vurt um1uijsm nsnniriBin. IJ! lt mwrnnm. ptMWiat4rW gll ut) I'otiltr I'uiturt. AdilrMt iiim?imirViriiu"mms BUY DIRECT ANO AV2 DEALER'S 7 AMD AGENT'S PROFITS. Illljlt flir alhil.r m-x. liimlu u( ltiHt mn. U'rlfil. atrontf. Miil.iitiiiiiiiit. iu:i'iiruilv lme ooniiM cnIuIoiiiiw ol lilrvrlra, tnuU. fMlrt, lc,. fr OVI'OUI) Ml'O, o. .. lullv r,irrH.,twl ll'.,.,. t,...l..w turn ,i no WuDa.o Avauua. . CUIOAOO, lUa I, a l!. taMaaSSIIwrWaVfcM. BbrrfM, Hi "T rllLK frTw.we.r!w3; w mm mmt m a vww aiMan nirwn, .mn iua,NMb "nam. rum mw miint (Sara Mwllm, IUa4 UrU, tmrtm. hmiMrhWIn, trim, fMalai mill, WHafm, RaataM, , MMlalalii, ttnila Ul. Una Rank Hailm, Twrfa. Ml Hwn, imla u Cn Han, IMI'n, Twrfa. Ml Utivm, laf , aiark, Klnalar, Bailrwt, fluUamaaaeMalar anut, ISt S. ttna St., OtlC AM MAM 00.. CMaaaa. til I'lnan mention The Wealih Maker, BINDER TWINE niHii t raM Manufacturer : to : Consumer. Lowest Prioes Ever Made. 'A Full Line of erodes. Write for Quotations, AUGUST poor, MOULTON, IOWA. . Laundrying Shirts r.lADLv EAOY v.uh OrewlliT spring and Hatehttt Hunom Board. A hhirt front I Htretnhed like a drum bead and an stratem a nuDon. Whllt) you ara Ironing Ihe Springs are Pulling. No wrinkles nor croohed places poiblo. Full instructions for starchiDtc. pollMbluK, etc., wit b each board. Kent by exre on receipt of the price, 1.0U. Agent wanted. E. OREWILER, Upper Sandusky, O. 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Uetup a let if a club a panlMr, This oiler will ouly be good for ou day. herd all monies and make all remit' tances payable to thn National Walcliaii I'o, 6naaanaataiMananMWiaaMaMaa Hpon't Tebactt Spit 01 Smut Yout Livs Away" la the tltleof a little bonk iut n-tviml, which 111 all at,t ftti.lu Ur, tUu wonderful, barwle. guaranUi'd to b ih habit t'ure, dd t ) ll, l , t lr liujr tu, I.UiH'tu. ,N.t, , akui. No III ll,C rl tml a triite. ant a mn whit want to uutt and can't had U tu r t ail round, get a t o( tl. and start kit mini LaJaj ; it U sold uiuU r an aUotut guaraai! lo pure, Ut eopy of liuin t'k and rvad In It will "umii fret by mall, If too addiVM iiiiiuf ii iun r, "llIK 8ta II M 11 Ml l to ,No. Li, lUudtilpU tt , Uhuago, il. Tht tHa(et pi' lor intinuiuvitU U at tieo, NaiUirman'a, tl) !wut Mtb (It , Idaeo's. m ' CW r..i. " ,wrr fmm ,. nwrw. mnumf. IH.M Mill,, tattw rnwi, jatklMrrwi, Tnuki, IUrl alln, fr Maailv Bm, Vhn, Vrllla, K nt, .1 k n . F .i .j a.,,, ' u NATIONAL WATCHMAN RIPANS TABULCSi REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER ANO BOWELS , AND PURIFY THE BL000. K1VAX TAB! l.t ara the t Mrdl. la kaova ftr ladlvwtlaa, Ulllauaacw. Ilrad -, CaaMlpatlva, Oopf p-la, t'hrval Liver Trvaklra. Iliixlacaa, liaC'mplt ilna, Ufaeatcrjr, OOVaalta Urcatb, au4 aU ula ardera r tha hiuaiuc-h, Llvsr and Bil- Rlpn Tubnle rouUin notliliiR lnjudinil to th mmt dclinti ,it ItuOou. Art i.l.naunt lo take, mfe, vir-inni. and air Irni.'rtlulf n:!lf . i'ru'aU'iiit vial Vuvhk ; I ackaiO! (4' uxrr W. Hay ba.onlonxl tliroiitfk rnntfl dniKui, ornjiiiuUI, Mtuiikr live by mall. A.'iUhw THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., traces srarxr, xk vork crrr. eeeeaeeaaaee.eaaW UT' DIREOT 'ROM RAOTORY" BEST MIXED Paints. At WBOLE8AI.K PRICES. DellTared rrae. For House, Ban:, Roof, all colors, & SAVE Middlemen's profits. In ue SI yers. En darNed by Grange A Fanner' Alliance. Low Brlee will nurprl you, Vt'rlte (or iwmpte. . W. 1NUEUSOLL, ib Plymouth St., iirook-lyn,N.Y. FiHEE A On. Ill, ld 1 1,, fed t,.!rii Uf .v., y ril.ririll.i,fi-i. . a;ui ma nil ai iia n i lu iih ftf ft alllwn4 yua trtit of thn. .I.bl, 6j jjl' fklil, jwJ.l,l4 aih.,l wt, 1 X' w m j a uy ,).r-fl tut xaiiii:ti,nit, ftoo ir " mj llititb ll l.ul In Mran.'to it, f lli.W'HWl WM. fl py ,ir '.,) r prit.,tA,!Al,r4 It M yout., UV .rn4 Willi the wauIi mir aunriititrf tlj.t ym, can r.turn It at uny ll.n aitl.-t, n y.qr If ant Mti(, .tor,-, ati,l If yon fe.ll or eauft tha mU tot .1, w will ,) yvii lino frro. IVrli. .t oitco, . w oliail Mad (nit Mni,'l- for m dtvo ,.riy. AlJrri THK NATIONAL M'F'C IMPORTINO CO., 334 Vntiri St., CtlMfO, 1.1. LOCAL RAILROAD TIME TABLES, STAMoaan sTa& ra ArrlTl and departure ef trains carry In tensers at Lincoln, Neb. Tralc mrk. Dally; t, Dally except Sunday; Dally except Monday; I, Dully except Saturday! , Sundays only; t, Tuctduy. Thursdays and Btturdayt oa , Monday, Wednevday and Friday nl?. BorUna-toD Mlaaoarl Klr. la, s. a q. a. m.) Tickst ofllcos at depot. Seventh and T sts; aaa oorner Tenth and O Uk Leave. Arrlva Flattamouth, Tin Se. I Bend and Louisville i r. , . i mi. . . ' tip: 10 a.m. t :).. tll:Ma aa. 11:50 a. av e itp.aa. t S:ip.a t:a as. rvanooaoa acnuyier.. Omaha and Chicago via Ashland cut-off.. Afthland, Omaha and Plattauioutb Crete, liaullogt and Denver Lowell and Kearney . tt:.m l oo a. m S:Uu a. m tlO:IOa. m. tt:n.m 12:30 p. m. t!2:S0p.n U:6Sf.m :H0 p. m Tit a. av 1 1:40 p.m. tT.40. n. t 7:40 a. nt St. Francl and Ober-1 Un i Rolyoke a Cbevenne.... "Hurllnaton tineclal" to Denver and eoaat l:S0 p. m. 1:40 p. m 10:00 a. m t 4:40 p. aa t4:4p.m t 4:40 p.m. Crete, Beatrice and ll:S8p.m t :36 p. m tlLHp.m. ll:Mp.m tI:Mp. m Wymore.... Wanhlngtonand Con cordia Endlcott aa Red Cloud. Rennet, Syracuse, Ne braska City and east Grand Inland Broken ntiMa.av (10.4 m 1st p.m. " i:06..ui. tfow. Alliance, New castle, Sheridan and Dead wood. U:Wp.m. t S:4Sp.m. 1:48 p.m. Seward. York, and Urand Island tt(:Ma.m 1:10 p. at Atchison, St Joe, Kansas city, Bit. Louis and south.... Tri;umb and Tablo Hock Millord, David City, 10:00 a.m. i S:3p.m. ' t aflrj m rlO:!Sp.m. T 7::wa.m. rll:85.av and Columbus t T:l6a.m ,IO:Mp.ma Chicago, ftaek Iiland at Pacinc. Passenger station corner O and Tweatltth Stt, city omce, iuta u street. Leave. Arrlvt Fast express teTope- ua, Han. uity, ana all point in Kansas Oklahoma, and Tex as. Went tS:S0a.m. tl3:fflp.m. 1 12:38 p.m. 8:85 p.m. tlSillp.i til:tta.l Local freight accom modation, east Local freight accom modation, went FaMtexp for Omaha, tu IS a. i dtsp.i S . i t S toa.i uo. Hum, u.Moines St.Paul.C'hio. a east Fatexp to Dmver, uoi. bprings, iruen lo and treat 4:03 p.m. Local pass for Omaha ana uouncu uiun. I0:I1 p.m.. Union Paclfle Railway. Depot corner O snd Fourth ttrett. City tlche oftlce 1044 O street. Leave. I Arrive. Omaha,Co.Bluff.Chl) ragu, vauvy, east f and went I t:50a. ra tS:0u. u. 0:00 p. m. 1:10 p. w. T:,tl p. m. 7:Mp. rs f 8:3.'' p. m 110:10 a. m Bfairlce.Blue 8irga, ) Mannatiaa, eant : weat, lopeua, Kan hua Ctv.eaat, aotHU TJidt'llT Slrojialir hiouxi'i.y.uaviu, ny conimuuM, iranver, i Mult Lake, rtolana, Pan Frau:iaco and l'nrtlaud 1 4.10 a. m, Haatrlce Conland . . . . tn a. , Missouri facia Railway, Ticket officts at depot and rornar of Twtin auu vr airuei. Auburn nd N'hraaka I I'Hv KiiirfH I ,-i i.oum (lav ripraaa.. . . . Auiiiirn and Nebtak l l'iV l;ure I Si . Iiula wltflil evp rauinut. t:Ubnt4 t MUtoart Tallay Icwc.ao aor'iiTat t,i l Deuul aruar Klghih and H slraat. City TltB imi:eiia.uiri. Lt7 ChU'ktfo and at..,.. I ttp '1'.y HI I'aul lliiluth larlial.,.( atlar HwmIiKI lllilon, lHt kltiin a I'l'ira, Alf UH, 0k( 'it ssp i Oih .,.,., .,,,.,, !! ltla VYahwi t'ramoiil. Kr lulk, ll .NelU, I ,."it .ii,a, I ha lew. I aa fr llui (if Hae- Tsla m !,! Ml at. H m. M t UV, Ih'j,,-M , t'rr....l. .',, data. I I St a av tla rtotuuiil l.nalil, .,.,, II AItVI.'Nf K Slit HMO tt Via tb Mittouft f stirt Hauls. ta tht aeoon.l Tuesday to Ihjcember danaary, rvbruary, Man h. April and May, M. th MUtuutt l'aoia rtouW will ,)( rwuiul 4r)M u, tUtloii In Tns, with Baal nmtt to n fra la tLtny day from daWt of ', 8tlvait ,v aiwml i Arkan., TV i;J Oklahoma, New Meii.o and Indian lerrltMry. t.,.me iu.4 Ut a I. T A lH) street. CU on ittnt, Natfrmaa A tu, Uf carrlatf s, wagoat, hlniler. and a;5 farm tuip,metu, Wa ll tie yoy rtgat. l- oriwurn tint Low ratts, rest traits, i'hlafij t ii3i u I l-'"t- I Arrive ll.Mp ra l0p m "ii op m I SOp av (Up m Ma m. p m ist at