The Wealth makers of the world. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1894-1896, March 22, 1894, Page 5, Image 5

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March 22, 1'.4
charity scop 11 ttrwjjb the long mostL
whlcu have Intervened For every Idle
there have tow ccuie lobe two. Where
one man was then Idle there are three or
four cow. Where there was then one
nrii v tai ii t a iiiifivM rn n rwi nil
7 U day? mark you, the skies were
to brighten and business was to resume
iU wonted course.
k Nevertheless, for the fire succeeding
Intervening months we have been pass
Zing through a period of unprecedented
and appalling destitution. Wheat has
gone down, down, down, until it when
sold goes almost no distance at all in
paying our debts to the money lords.
And it is the same wsy with all other
products which farmers raise.
. Now what are the necessary inferences
Llobe drawn? Either John Sherman,
urover Cleveland and the banking fra
ternity who demanded the repeal of the
limited silver coinage act knew they
i..i . ti i,... .u .m
wore iviugt uaiiAuuus iuiicd, iuo niu
ing tools or principals of the great
money oligarchy to bring vast lrrepar
able loss and injury to the producing
classes of this nation, or they were the
most harmful set of fools that ever
brought disaster and ruin upon any
people. The lesson of history cannot
be overlooked or misinterpreted. It is
so plain that it ought to drive every in
telligent citizen out of the supremely
wicked or ruinously blundering old par
But it does not follow tbat the re
enactment of the Sherman law or the
passage of a free coinage measure would
usher us into an era of perfect and last
log prosperity. So long as land, cap!
tal and money miv be monopolized and
usury charges demanded of producers,
we shall have panics and recurring
periods of business stagnation and en
, j i ki, it,. t m,,v.
tariffs and low tariffs and no tariffs
ae equally powerless to prevent these
usury cycles.
IIeke is a paradox. It is for the tel
fish or Individual advantage of every
SJnotobo unselfish. But this is but
f another way of saying tbat orraniauon
pays, Industrial organisation, commer
cial organization. Individual headship,
each for himself, means competition,
antagonism, despotism, slavery, moral
-nntitut sn and o no nnVin TnA na f 1.1 111
lart.nnrahln. nr nnlrott Intamiit. mPftriH
the combined wisdom and strength of
nil frvM all flmannllniv orfth ill t aucT
I - 1 . a I Jll,.iMtU..l.
vi euuuuuiiv; pxuuuuiauu auu uibuivuwuui
Ward McAllister says "President
Cleveland has a strong leaning toward
the Populists." Thai must be one of
the Jokes of the 400,"
Received for lie view.
Problems of th b Future, by Samuel
Lalng, author of Modem Science and
Modern Thought, etc. Published by
The Humboldt Publishing Co., li Astor
Place, New York.
'DC: A Romance ov Utopia. I3y
Frank Hose water. Published by The
Utopia Company, Omaha, Neb. 208
pages, price in paper 50 cents.
uuu hdu luiAsrwinw unii ivuuu,
Word is received this morning: from
Vtlie Nebraska director of the above
wsrwi)wl aii A 4 Vi O ' iin inn a mst-sr
act. xxrrtolr of IVilnt. V-Lilt vat TVtYaa with
100 teams. The first 100 miles will be
icauj ivi 1 lll ujr v uuo ion. inu uuu
dred miles Sept. 1st. A silver spike is
dow being made and engraved, and a
woman will drive the iirst spike with
imposing ceremonies. A silver chain
will connect the iron at Mason and Dix
on line uniting: North and South with
the iron bonds oi tuo brotherhood of
man. The contract for 2,400 miles is
let and security put up for the survey
ing, right of way and grading work.
The Associated Press refuses to give the
truth to the people, and are deceiving
them as much as possible. But North
and South II. R. U a go, and all the
powers of the monopolist press with all
their money can't stop it. all th) people r hout amen. Inian
efpatlon from the shackles of transpor
tation extcntlon is close at hand.
Wake up, ye peoplo, aad refuse to to
further blinded by the dally press of
this state.
culture. At the rale o; interest cow
charged by most of the money lenders,
not one man in five mat owes very
much on his land will ever have a home
of his own free of debt. I think I
know what I am talking abjut.
I think it would be wU to mention.
once in a while, that parties who re
ceive your paper need not be afraid to
take them from the o8ie as they will
not be called to pay for them. And I
wish you would print two or three
times a year the Omaha platform and
p ream Die. There wm De lots or your
readers this year who have never read
it and it might do them good. I well
remember how the party papers howles
at the things set fourth la the pream
ble and said that no such condition
confronted us, but time has proved that
all wo then foretold was too true.
Da I understand you as being in fa
vor of no interest or rent at all? If so
I think that will not prove a popular
doctrine except with a class that have
not now and never expect to have any
property of their own. For instance, I
have worked at farming all my life un
til now at sixty I feel as If I was entl
tied to a few years of rest; but if the
law was such that I could not take rent,
or if I sold it I could take no interest,
how am I to live the rest of my life?
Must I hire help and carry on my farm,
no matter how old aad decrepit I may
become? And after I am dead what
will my wife do if she can neither rent
or sell it and rent the money?
I am opposed to all banks, except
postal savings, and in favor of the gov
ernment Issuing all money; but I think
the government should get interest
enough on it to pay, or help In a great
measure to pay the expense of running
it. I think interest and usury are two
different words.
Yours for the right.
M. II. W.
Our correspondent's questions were
answered in the editorial columns of
March 8th, issue. Editor Wealth
He Heew the Kvll of Money.
Crkichton. Neb , Feb. 21, 't).
Kditor Wealth Makers:
v I am sorry to say our Alliance has
gone out. i;auii4, want of Interest to
attend the meetlugs. We have lots o!
good Alliance Independents around
here, and a good tuaoy of the weak
koot'd and those of both old prrtks to
IMk after. We had a IUU inan-y loft
l the treasury of the Alliance, and
nuetif tu thongs two had tatter In.
vt la a few copies of th Wealth
,MK:Ha(d gin toour doubtful nulgh
tr. hoping it m!fc-ht do soma good
We ik a goo I word fur your paper
whenever wu have a thaosw. Tuh
UWA . I ... . L. , . . I ...
jr" itiiira ttiai try won i iuuii,
ae bucket shops la our small tvra
tsr charglag Avs and U per rat
a month for tnonsy. Thai a!ua r k-v
to xu trying to pa? tils dtu ul
I 4yrt l faailiy, at' 1 1 that d
note mate a di(ra w.ah ( aujttiu
Bkva tuy heart il tad ta Ihbk IA
I am In Usurer a low tmu at Uu r
b not kttihor U tha itailit'.oa ihuw
J j ar Htaklag ta tat bmlat4 (,1 atl
Iteport of Their Action in tbe City
Tbe Independents of Lincoln met in
convention Thursday evenlncr of lust
week, the attendance being very much
larger than that of any previous city
convention in the history of the party.
Mr. II. M. Reeves was chosen chair
man, and S. J. Kent and K, N. Tbackcr
secretary and assistant secretary.
The committee on resolutlons,conslst-
Ing of D. A. Kreamer, C. 15. Woodard,
A. Edgorton, J. M. Thompson, O. E.
Goodoll, K. Le Fevre and O. Wilson,
brought In two reports. The majority
reported tho following resolutions,
which were adopted:
Whereas. The Peoole'a Indenendnnt
party was instituted by tbe producine
classes to remedy existing wrongs,
largely thercsultof legislation by the
two old parlies in favor of the wealth v
classes as against the toiling masses;
Whereas, The extensive use of labor-
saving machinery, that stiould be under
proper conditions a blessing to the
toiler, at present rather intensifies his
struggle for bread. Working as he
does long hours, and his ability to con
sume boing limited through the mon
opolization of the natural sources f
wealth ho is at the mercy of the capi
talistic class; therefore, be it
Kusolved. That we demand an elcht-
hour day and fair wages for all laborers
lu the employ of the city, and the aboli
tion of all contract work of a public na
ture; municipal ownership of gas, elec
tric lie tit, telephone and street railways
and crematory. We demand that our
city charter b so amended that here-
after work shall be furnished to the un
employed of our city. We condemn
the actiou of the present school board
in cutting down the already small
wages of its janitors and raising the
salary of the superintendent $300.
Kesolved, That we heartily indorse
the efforts of Mayor Weir to Improve
the moral condition of the city, and we
asa the support of every Abraham Lin
coln Republican and every Andrew
Jackson Democrat and every man who
wants virtue instead of vice to prevail
in our city to assist us in electing o Ul
cers who will assist our worthy mayor
In his present policy.
On motion of E. C. Rewlok the ladles
who desired that their sex have two
representatives an the school board
were invited to address the convention,
and Mrs. Dr. Wood spoke at length,
showing the reasonableness and just
ness of the demand, and ottered tha
nanes of Mrs. I. S. P. Weeks and Dr.
AddU M. Kestcr.
Balloting for bomlnations the follow
ing candidate weru chosen:
For police Jmlge.Capt. W. II. Hunter.
For watorcomiuUaloner, Wm. Crocuble.
For ctmelory trusU-e, W. MUkelwait,
Fur lutinbt r of tho clul board, Mrs.
I. S. P. W-ek. Dr. Ad tlo M. Ke.fcr
and Dr. II. It. Lorry, For Third ward
coancllnian, John K, Miller, the dry
goods dealer. Fourth ward council
man, I W. F.tdrUtjfts priuur. Fifth
ard, ilarr l'artr, already noiiiiaUd
by thtt UepuWIi'an. was van. Tl
S'tlh ward K -pufi'Lati no Milium, 11, ,
fswjfr, waa!opiaiHdnUiu Indpwo
dent ticket. And 'Adam K. Hixirvk
a thi? i'iiivt!uUu' t"lulia for tha
tt 'U'tUh ward
Mr. K. Kewlek tihtwa whalfmaa
uf f. riV rvnUat o.tuiMitt and t!ii
f..iklliijf nirtiluHU 1H..H tn U'd.
FSnt ward, D A. Kr am .r; H;rt,d
.".!; t'i )i lli, U, W, Ill Uj Fifth. O K.
(iinin; u k. ), f, Fiw(kTa;
tinli, J. V. Juration.
Th aral otttaa wai ttulrucwd
ta tit avaacU.
The following resolution introduced
by Ejwlc Le Fevre was adorted by the
Resolved, That the Populist of Lin
coln take this opportualty to denounce
all fusions, combines and tie-ups with
other parties or adherents of other par
ties aa bad politics and bad morals. We
declare that no man abouid be trusted
by the people who has not burned the
bridges that connect him with the old
political organizations and forever for
sworn ple counter" politics, or who is
a Populist "for revenue only."
A ItealUUc Dream.
ALTON, III, March 12th, 1894.
Editor Wealth Makers.
I lately had a dream, I dream pt
that the Peoples party had elected me
president of these United States. Ia
response to millions of petitions to re
lieve the miseries of the people, and
after my vain efforts with Congrers to
turn them from their beastly ways and
serve the people, I entered the halls of
these legislators and addrossod them
as follows:
"It Is high time for me to put an end
end to your sitting In this place, which
you have dishonored by your centempt
of all virtue and defiled by your prac
tice of every vice. You are a factious
crew and enemies of good government.
You are a pack of mercenary wretches,
and would, like Esau, sell your coun
try for a mess of pottage, and like Ju
das, betray your God for a few pieces
of money. Is there a slnlo virtue now
remaining among you? Is there one
vice you do not possess? You have no
more religion than my horse. Gold
your God. Which of you have not
bartered away your conscience for
brlbos? Is there a man among you that
has the least care for the good of tb
commonwealth9 Ye sordid prostitutes,
Dave you not defiled thU sacred pla;i
and turned the Lord's temple into
aen of thieves? By your Imuaora!
principles and wicked practices you are
grown intolerably odious to the wholo
nation. You, who were deputed
tbe people to get tbeir grievances re
dressed are yonrselves become their
greatest grievance. Your country
therefore calls upon me to cleanse this
Augean stable by putting a final parlod
to your iniquitous proceedings, in this
house, and which by God's help and the
strength he has given mo, I am now
come to do. I command you therefore
and on the peril of your lives, to depart
immediately out cf this place. Go! Get
you out! Make haste! Ye venal s'aver
begone! Take away that shining bau
ble there, and lock up tbe door!"
Though this was a .dream I ask tbe
toiling people of this country if every
word of it Is not a fitting rebuke to
these capitalistic hirelings, and trait'
ors? Is there a man who can say that it
expresses one word of exageratfon?
100,000 of farmers, laborers and mechan
1. . .lt! I.I V
ics win go witn me, i wm now in my
waking hours deliver this address to
these legislative harlots. I am in deep
earnestness. How many will respond
to my call? Never mind the capitals
tlo press crying out their bugaboo word,
anarchists! anarchists!! anarchists!!
Let us not be intimidated. Let'usmus
ter up the courage of our forefathers
C. S. Davis.
P. S. Since writing the above I have
been reading the history of England, and
have discovered that this address was
tho one that Cromwell delivered in dis
persing his Parliament. So I guess we
will abandon the idea of going to Con
gress, as Cromwell is too English for
our Institutions and it Is never to be
supposed that under our stars and
stripes such iniquities could ever trans
pire in our legislative balls. No! and
lack of confidence In our government
should never enter the mind of a patri
otic American. Because we are not
able to understand the mysterious ways
of our legislators, is no reason we
should say unpatriotic things against
them. A true patriot is always silent,
submissive and confident. C. H. D.
Three Cent Column.
"For Sale," "Wanted, "Tor Exchange, "and
small adTnleninw lor short time, will b
chanted three ceau per word tor rach Inser
tion. Initial or a number roamed aa one
word. Cash with the order
If you wT anything, or have anything that
anybody else "wanta," make It known through
this column. It will pay.
TINULKT a HUKKETT. attorneys at-law.
UUU U St., Lincoln, Neb.
AG ENTS WAN! ED-To sell choice numery
stock Cum NcRsCKiea, Crete, Neb.
WANTED-Twenty thousand new subacrl
bera toTaa wtaiia Maasaa-
IiVOR KXCHANGK Farm 1ft) acre near Lin
1 coin, for land further went, prefer It parll
II y improved. JohnJ.GllllUu, Lluceln,eb.
WANTED Ftre and cyclone amnia. Uood
pay. J. Y. M. Swlgart, Hta'y, Lincoln,
Neb. a7tf
17IAKMERS and feeders send Sc. pnetage for
? package. Kobt. Thomas, Bingham, Ia.
IilOGS From a choice pen lnKlerombfirowa
'j Leghorn, 11.50 per letlliiic IS dozen eggs
from Iftpiillou for month of February. 11. O.
YOUNG. 1201 O lit. Lincoln, Neb. 3vtt
ijlOU EXCHANGE Fine ix room house and
' corner lot In Lincoln, for Und in eaileru
orceutral Nebraska. John J. Ulllllaa, Lincoln
TIN1LEY & HUKKETT. atrorneya at-law,
WM O Bt., Lincoln, Neb. Abstract examined.
la tbe beat ailvertlHlng medium In
the went. When writing; to aay of our adver
llttera don't forget to tell them where you saw
Burks, Cadman & Co. are hcadquar
ters in the State, for Wagons, Uuggies
Harness, and in fact any thinn, from a
ladles garden hoe to a Threshing Ma
chine, cor. loth & Q.
J. K. Barber, & Co. with (Burks,
Cadman, & Co.) will soil you more
good groceries for a Dollar thaa any
merchant in Lincoln, cor. 10lh & Q.
( K.OO round trip tlcaet o San Fran-
cl'kjo, Cal., choice of three different
rou'os via Misjourl Paciflo. City ticket
oflloo 1201 O St., Lincoln, Xb.
,AOR EXCHANiiE-Clear lota well located In
ir land, mum be amooth
John i. Gillian, Lincoln,
land and good soil.
HA VK YOU anything to aell or trader Then
advertlne the fact through this column
and be surprised at the reullj
AGENTS WANTED We start you In biiHl
ucm on receipt of (l.OOwewill send you
14 valuable receipts such aa bow to make Shoe
Drenxlnir, KxtraeU and RHneniteK, Toilet 8oap,
sticky Fly 1'aper elc. New England Adv. Co.
Lowell, Muhh.
I have a limited amount of pure blood Her
man Carp that will spawn In May or Juue
which 1 will sell at hard time price. aImo a
tew one and two years old . For prices, etc.,, ltorulne, Jlee, Neb.
TjIOR SALE Smooth acre and five acre tracts
P near street car line and college, fine for
fruit and gardening. John J. tillllluu, corner
II and P streets, Lincoln, Neb.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or borrw
Anything, remember, you win It badly If
yon do not make It known through this col
umn. Only 3 cents per word each Insertion
Cash with the order.
mUAVELKRS WANTED Faithful gentle
1 inaa or lady to travel reiueseutlng o (tab
llHhed hoiine. Salary S78Q and exnemtea
with Increase. J.nciiine reference and self-ad.
dreswed stamped envelope, TUB DOMINION
lu , unicago.
Attomeys-at-Law. 1026 O St., Lincoln, 2STeb.
J. W. Castor, Pre.
W. B. Lmch, See. J. r. Row. Vica-Pre.
O. U LivuH. Bute Agent
A. Gmim aru, Treas.
Mutual Insurance Co.
Organized in 1891.
-SaiOOO.OOO FTurpee flow p Effct.a,
J- W. Castor, Emerald. Neb.
i. P. Route, Alvo. Neb.
J. L. Hermance, Raymond, Neb.
A. Ureenamyer, C heeney, Neb.
U. H. Davis, Syracuse, Neb.
J. A. Floren. Uoehner, Neb.
J. A. Burr, Verk, Neb.
W.J. Hlldreth, Exeter, Neb.
N. a. liyatt, ITesident, Neb.
248 South: th Strt,
Correspondence solicited from aU persona
Interested In mutual Insurance.
First : National : Bank,
Capital, - - - $400,000.
SixriDl-cLs, $loo,ooo.
Prealde '
P. M. COOK, Ana't Caahler.
Cashier. II. 8. FREEMAN,
Aas't Ca.uhn
ar o tt , DIRECTORS:
i FXFti . John FItegerald, J. D. Macfarland. R. E. Moore.
D. W. Cook, Charles A. llanna, A. B. Clark, T. M. Marquett
John II. Ame, John L. Canon, F. M, Cook,
for Ere Years
Price, $49.75.
-Agents Wanted fop the Kimball Pianos and Organs
A, MOSPE. Jr., Oniaha, Meb.
100 Grape Vines Only $2.25.
uuaranteea wo. i.r wenarror price list. c. w
blugel, Uitveuport, Neur.
Capital SI 00,000-
Coreer 13tb and O Hts., Lincoln, Neb.
The Only State Bank In the City.
CI. E. Snxw, Prest, C. M. CnawroitD. Cash-
Wm. Fiillkbtom, V. P. W. E. Ti tlok, A.'.Cash.
Texas Land for Sale!
and owned by tbe Wichita Valley H. R. Co., now lor sale at low prices and oneay t
perfect If yon want a home In a warmer climate, you should kuow tbat this not
best and finest layliiK land In the state (deep, rich, well drained clay soil), but tha
Office: 346 North utb St., Windsor Hotel
Block, Lincoln, Neb.
Will prjetice In State, Federal and Supreme
oourm. irneciai attention Kiven to aefeu luu
foreclosure suits and cses acalcst rallroailM.
Correspondence solicited. Letters promptly
Over 1 00,000 Acrea Farm Land Situated In th Wichita Valley. Texas.
ay terms, 'lltlea
not only la tha
it ti n t I ul... L. ..
aaexcepti. iisl heal ll.y climnte and In every way and manner U best idapted for home.
uLr''n'101?, VOT? 0"B"rn I'H-alitles. as they here can raise the same crops they ara
used to. besides a 1 kinds of fruits. Winter iih.i,rii,irl.u,n.nj .'.n v. " "
Chicago nrlces. It Is also a fine slru-U rmmtrv fi h,,u- Ji ..n nn.L... r..
of timber along the streams. Onlv white motile neule her and a oiuJi n.u, N.huiV .3
Iowa farmers live there now. You should not buy land In any other part of the slate bnlons
you bave seen this line country. KumrKint,. from ninihi tih,,mL Mat. n.i, . n
andMaysth. Fare for round trip only H9.75. ITWl show our land summer and win ?
vor runner information write to or see
O. B. NELSON, General' Agent.
Eoom 5, 205 South Thirteenth St- Oppoiits Omaha JSTatl Bank, OMAHA, NEB.
Celebrated Des Moines Equalizers.
Iowa Farms For Sale, i
We have a lares HhI of farms for sale in Iowa.
We have good lands In eveey dlrectieu, from
town lots to Z.UUU acre tracts, so von cannot
mane a mistake In canine on or writing to us
If you want to buv at lowest nrlces. and now
is a splendid time to buy homes In Iowa, es
pecially in Marnnan county, or city property in
Marshalltown. Call and see us We think we
candoyougood. CALHOUN & V A LK Tl N E.
iteai nutate Agents, Marshalltown, Iowa.
?h0.'lrJil0Ti.?rB,kJ,G.aDgor Work one horse In the furrow and
three on the land. Nosidearaft. Bwinas clear at the corners. Send card for .irruiarn t.
De Moines, lows.
1 00,000 Aores Jnut Put Upcn the Maikot
uet tnese books and our saoar aa fast
..... . 5 -
you can into toe nanasei tne people,
friends. Buy, read and olrcnlata.
ail k ..
auuresa an oraers to tbe
Lincoln, Neb.
Small Cash Payments A Co-operative Commonwealth.
5 to 20 Years Time.
aTrrcpTK Af I SO,
lor map of Nebraska and further
particulars, call on or address,
Qood cockrella 11.00, new stock.
Zsi In season f 1.00 per 13.
or Sale Four nice white Holland Turltev
one oi tnera a eonier, jb ipo. Trio v blteliames
M"f. Pair White Guineas. HW.
W. A. ItATKS. Jr.,
Cedar BtufTs, Saunders Co., Neb.
Harks Ctt'lni'm .v Co. will ull yut a
John lKure, Kock laland or St Joe
l'low, tiding waUtotf or mailing, for
as little money aa a gota! I'low tan bd
Tat Chicaea Limited (Dally)
UiM's to the North WeaUirn lino un
urmsJ Hd i-rvlv to Chlcaj-o and
catiiin ltlo. A. H, JUIiUng, City
Tlokt Agwot, M sfei. loth street. Lla-
Tli bvat ifosila, UtH n mnicta ta tha
pound, at tho l'i.t H,t4a ,rti ar
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