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.March 20, 18if4
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
in winding up bis most wonderful know
lago he says. Well hear some say
we must not ir jure the merchant, when
they k am not to iDjure our business
wilh his TOte. We may be more cone
ideret with him Ua. Ha. 1'iteh in
What do you think of those republican
victCrjs in the east, Oh will I saw
somewhere in this paper that I have
Just been reading where it sutrgested
that tne auuw i" r-- ---doors
and take in the lemocraw and
Prohibe-ionlst aU riM the same party
that unerled tte old fia in 61 & 5 will
do so again and just m shure as she
conqured tnea 6no w r,
and your whole combinations of stuff
will crumbell like the anchents Kings
Image dream RmJBLICAN
PR You can Hear from Reynolds
on the republican sid any time and all
Oh yes we must notice this rent or
In-rest question jmv. -
old Bible days. H minds one of the
Baptist or Campalites you must be
Baptised by Emersion because Jesus
... tfnlifill the old Masaklel
law. We donte lire under that law.
OUR OBJECT IS MKUHDEB8T00D
; Norman. Neb., March 10.
H. Gibson, Editor. Dear blr: i irst, 1
S . k nn cannot keep the
utowHi ""j J ,. T " ....
old name on your paper.-' Be you
ashamed of the two parties you repre
sent, or do you think by gMng the
5Sr Dama which neither belongs to
the paper nor to the peop e
(..uiiln ni better It? I think
not. I am proud of the name Alli
ancb Independent, but ashamed o
t- wirnTn Makers: for it is
mockery and an insult to the farmer,
if not to the paper. Flret, if we make
the wealth and let the other fellows
have it we aro a set of fools; second, we
are all crying hard times and selling
v. ?ii ocnt.a ner bUSbOl. JNOl
xr... r.i.fo Hour Tinner a name mat
that hiivA some meaning and sense in
it; but I for one will not keep a . paper
with such a name. P'?'
Populist Elucator, People's Watch
man, Nebraska PopuliBt, Western
Financial Ii- form, or any other name
you can think of there tells we truw.
I ours reoi''viviv..j
P. P. BOASEN.
Our irood PeoDle's Independent, Alli
ance. German. American farmer friend
has misjudged us, has reached a con
clusion a little too hastily. But we
like a man who, if he supposes we are
ashamed of the name Alliance, or in
dependent, Is ashamed of us and our
paper. We should despise anyone who
got ashamed of the organized farmers
or the Independents. The editor of
raised on a farm, and
bUio Bvtae -
was a farmer himself in Butler county
of this state; and he might have been
farming there still if his health had
nnt failed, throueh overwork during
the erasshopper period of the Ws.
Ashamed of the farmers? Ashamed
of their organization for mutual en
lightenment and aid? Ashamed of the
men who at the polls propose to rescue
themselves apd their fellow-citizens
from the clutches of monopolists and
No, friend, never. -'An honest man's
the noblest work of God." And who
can be honest who is enriched by the
sweat of others. We are ashamed only
of shlikers and leeches.
The writer Is a Populist, Nationalist,
Equal Suffragist, Anti-Monopolist,
Civil Service Reformer, Christ Wor
sniper, Truth Lover and All Around
Crank bent oo moving things, besides
being a Maine Yankee. But why need
he carry all these names all the time In
order to tell the truth?
That name is best which Is most
comprehensive. We chose the name
we did because It Included every farmer,
every Alliance man, and evtru worker in
the town as well as the country. The
wealth makers are those who produce
every thing of value, of use. Even If
they aro robbed of all above a bare sub
sisience, they are the wealth makers
There aro but two classes, the wealth
makers and the wealth takers. We
speak incur paper for the wealth
makers every where, for universal jus
tice, and we want all the wealth mak
ers to know it. If we called this paper
the Farmers Alliance it would circu
late only among the farmers. If we
called it the Indept-ndent it would
with difficulty secure readers who were
not already Independents.
The wealth makers, the workers of
the nation, have all got to bo reached,
enlightened, drawn together. And
''Wealth MakoiV U a nemo that
arouses no class or party prejudice
Hv using it we can batttr help the
farmers, as well a all othoM who work
for a lUlcg.
Probably some of our reaJars do not
have the right definition of wealth in
their minds. Wealth coraprUcs nil
articles of taluj and nothing else,"
says Gen. F. A. Walkr, the economto
writer. Wi speak for those hoe
labor (J hand and brain pro-Incurs ar
ticles or perforins urvlct of value.
We demaaJ justice tar tlm wraith
Wit otwerve tht Ptvf. U'AKeruanl
hat entered the pr3flon whee op
portunities fr doing guul are greater
than are found la any u'ber, th pro
feselou of JuurnalUui. lb U now e.U'or
of the Arapahoe pioneer, and without
diubt will nuke tt a powur la hit part
of th UU. The PopulUt press of
Nebraska h m f raaJ, glft4 men
K aluJ It, anl wj bsUm owr twfwnt'
r n Hi Tv mvkmS'y z t.
W lh iut' in, wt,u jtha'l ww fcara
a tWrJarC Uvett! Coming la to
ium iwr ('vrt.wt. iu j w .t mypi
wk. W thai) rvvbtbly fev a rtt
many communications on this Impor
tant matter of candidates, and ask all
who can to confine themselves to, say,
a Lund red words. But till the press
ure on space is great more space may
be allowed each contribution.
"Hi is sounding forth a trumpet
That shall never call retreat.
Be is sifting out the hearts ol men
Before His Judgment seat.
O, be swift tool to answer Him ;
Be Jubilant my feet
Our God is marching on."
The Coxey army, peaceful though it
1. It exciting the powers that be al-
mrmt as much as did the John Brown
The New Name Very Approp Hate
Aurora. Neb., March 24, 1894.
Editor Wealth Makers:
The new name The Wealth Mak
ers is very appropriate. Some one has
said 'The good of all is the conoern of
each." This ought to givs you an au
dience with all men who desire to up
lift all. I wish you well.
Very truly yours,
Judge W. L. Stark.
Very Handsome and Unlqeu."
Editor Wealth Makers:
We are in receipt of a copy of your
Issue of the 15th inst. We must cou
gratulate you on the new title for your
paper. The beading is very nanasome
and unique, and much better symbolizes
the principles which you advocate, man
did the old title of the paper alliance
Independent. Yours truly,
Amerioak Press Association.
A Chicago Editor' Opinion,
Editor Wealth Makers:
I found a copy of your new series on
tha train and noticed the clean ana
artistic appearance of the new title
The nam is novel and the style attract
tive. I know of only one other in the
United States of same or similar style,
and your choice of name Is appropriate
and at the same time has no duplicate.
Allow me to congratulate you on your
new departure. Alfreu llark
of the Western liural.
The name of The Aluance-Indk
piriuiii'WT has heen chanced to that of
The Wealth Makers. The struggle
now going on is indeed a struggle be
tttppn the wealth makers ana tne
wealth takers.- Those who by their
labor create wealth, and those who by
their cunning take wealth after it is
created. The wealth takers have many
nrenna Unvoted to their service. Will
any of them as boldly and unmistakably
avow their calling as the state organ of
the workers has done? Hardly. The
name is very significant.. Now let all
wno are tired of making wealth for
others to take without rendering an
equivalent rally to the support of The
Wealth Makers. Subscriptions re
ceived at this offlco Loup City Clar
A month ago The Alliance-Inde
pendent announced tnat us name
would be changed to something more
annronriate. in the near future. Last
"fr- i -
week it was issued bearing the new
heading, "The Wealth makers (oi
the World.") This state paper has
been greatly improved during the past
few months. Rushville Maudard.
TnE alliance Independent of
Mno.oln has ohaoffed lis name to "The
Wealth Makers." Under the new
title it presents a generally improved
appear an ce .Calliope.
With a new name and head The
Alliance-Independent comes out
batter than ever. It will henceforth
be known as Thb Wkaleh Makeks.
The Alliance-Independent so well
aud favorably known among the farmers
of Nebraska, has changed its name and
s now called The Wealth Makers.
Mrs. Got! of Kearney, writes: "Ihe
Wealth Makers Is an excellent pa
per and you have Improved its appear
ance very much."
Now if you want to get the worth of
your money, J oa won't fall to call cn
rrcd hjnmiut aunt's hu Fpccui sa c
whl.:h laU only a week or twt, Notice
his large ' ad" on 8th pag?, and remem
ber that wk bay he is perfectly reliable.
The Slato Alliance las for a!e
Badgcs, at cents each, 12 40 per
Manuals, atlOcontt each, 75 cants
lit cuipt book for Suh-AUlance and
C'cuQty Alllai.ee. 25 c nU.
Order lmki to? Sub-Alliances and
County AUS.'Cccj cenU
lUUolinf Marble 50 white and 10
black, 10 cts. Address
Mrs. J. T. Kaf.UK,
InitcrsuU I'alttlt From I HI la INMt.
Katom, Co, MtcU , March 37, HI.
Kt'Mor WiAtru Mikkkm:
)SAR i tt I U uht sonui ol tht O.
W. Irg rWl ptlatt la anl ftr
uleg tt tar IS years etouut Oa t any
f t't't wjtH H, Wy two barn re li ts
V i V V.t -, ! ! i t J"'"
all acilo( pal&t tJ eoMt&unUate with
tn i'iUtt t'atftt Vi)r(rArtkfaltr.
WM O. IHMWKTT.
. .....ii ....
'Sabwrlbit tof Tt WLTU XUKEMt
A Base Slander Refuted.
Gasdy. Nob, Msrch 15, "94.
Editor Wealth Makers:
Yea have probably noticed an article
in the L'.nceln Journal of March 11
headed "Fouid a Deficit, "and referring
to the Logan county treasurer as being
a defaulter in the sum of $493. This
is a base He from beginning to end;
my report was not finished until the
12 h of March and was approved that
day by the commissioners, as my report
will show. This is characteristic of the
Journal. It Is known here as the
Lying Journal," and the article is in
keeping with its well earned reputition
This it further proof of the hard row if
stumps the g. o. ps. are in. Nothing
seems too low for them, and the tearing
dovn of ones good name is the only
thing they have to go on.
W. Ginn, County Treasurer,
Fred Schmidt, whose ad appears on
the eighth page, Is perfectly reliable
Take advantage of his offer.
J. M. Armstrong of Greenwood, Neb.,
whose seed corn ad. appears on another
page has been a resident of Lancaster
county Neb., for 25 years. He Is a wide
awake young farmer, has made a study
of raising corn to a high state of porfec
tlon. lie raised 92 bushels of fine solid
corn to the acre, by three plowlngs with
an ordinary cultivator. This he thinks
was as good a piece of corn as was rais
! In the state or any other state last
year, without the uso of a hoe or irrigat
ing. Reference, first National nana- oi
Greenwood as to his reliability. Write
It will pay you to see Fred Schmidt's
Jlrandtid an tt Mrna.e to Hocli'ty by Wo
men of Itoiton.
Boston, March 27. At a meeting of
the Woman's Rescue league rcsoln
tions were adopted condemning Con
pressman ISrcckinrldire, and in the
somewhat lengthy preamble the mew
tiers take occasion to emphatically de
nounce the congressman and brand
him as a menace to eodcty and public
The resolutions were to the effect
that "The Woman's rescue league of
Boston requests the chivalrous people
of Kentucky to retire W. O. P. Breck
inridge, M. u, to a private life of ob
scurity and oblivion."
"That we extend to Madeline Pol
lard our sympathy while her whole
life is like an onen book and luid bare
for public criticism; that this league
believes Madeline Pollard more
sinned against than sinning."
It was voted to send copies of the
resolutions to the congressman, Miss
Pollard and to all the newspapers of
Kansas City Grain.
KARSAS Citt. Mo., March 27 Quotations
for car lots by sumplo on track at Kansas City
wore nominally as follows: No. 2 burd SOo;
No 3 hnrd, 47c; No. i burd, i'',a rejected, 4:Jo:
No 2 red, 68c; N 3 red, bXVaia: No. 4
red, 4&(t47o, Corn-No. 2, 8131 ,c; No, 3,
81o; No. 2, white corn, &lWikc; No 3,
white. ;2!'o. Oats-No 2, arllo No. 3, 293
80o No. 2 white oats, 30!,a:sio; No. i white,
Cattle Dressed beef and export steors, t3 10
3.75 cows and hetferi, Hi 501 Hi Texas and
Indian steers, viwaltt). stockors and feed
ers, ;i'J45. mixed, S2.40.iS.
Hogs Receipts, 3,094: shipped Saturday,
1,747. Tho murkot was qulut and about like
late Saturday, or 5o lower than early Satur
day. Tho top was H 15 und bulk U 351 46
atnsft J4. :((. -12' J for bulk or salos and liti
for top Saturday.
Sheep Kecelpts slnco Saturday, 1,507;
shipped Siiturd.vy, 1,003. The market was
steady to strong with little trading. The fol
lowing aro representative sales:
No. VVt Price. No. Wt Prlca
12 lambs... 41 2M
Uorses Kecelpts slnco Saturday, 67; ship-
pod, Saturday, 21. The market wai
quiet as is usual on Monday. The
ranre of prices for good a,-o, well
broke and sound homes Is about as follows:
Extra draft, 1.60J pounds, 810)'rtli: good draft,
1,300 pounds, H6r(8); extra driver, I0J$I7S;
good drivers, 50.Vu.tfJ. suddle, good to extra, W5
jr. 1 75 Southern inures and peldins, &5S75;
Western range, unbroken, &U4&.I; Weutura
ponies, H JfiiJ.
Do not fail to see Fred Schmidt's
Great Bargain advertisement.
ItKST OP OUR BOOK LIST.
Errors in Our Monetary System and thi
BY MARY E. HOB ART.
26 cents. We have not yet seen this book,
but the editor of Tbe Coming Nation very
strougly recommends It.
"TU Bzgt and the r.saa."
This book is the strongest Piece of satirical
tnd atWorlral writing wblrh tits ynt a(...r
r i nttulimt the for'-e of opprMlnH aim evil.
1'lie ilog repnKnt the worker aud the fle
tiirt IiI.hmI niii'Utng monoolisin. The ethical
iiiiv.e tbestuylii great and drspoilo pw"
and greml get a fearful shaking up by tun l
us pievUiiioly uuhaid of anttinr, DouRlaa Mi
i alliim. 'i lie book Is tliK'ly l,lu!rai't With
uuuierous cArtooiis, i'ttcetn yirt W tetat
At; A Social VUion.
A new book by a powerful ethical Borelist,
( liarlea S. llunlel. of PhUl lelplil. !UtHbHl
bvtlie Areia fublUhlng bbould be In
every true man's library. Pull ef the new
lliuutttit of tNU llmeoi iUl awakening u-
iiiinetiuntus. la pjwr,wceui uratrtkruuith
London Money Power the Qtest FeiS
B L. 0. "i'iw, n, D. New aol iti
eatlh. Price in ;ar, W teat,
The Mw Redemption,
This book by flee. Oeorg U llerrna, . I
ProfM ill A i' p Ilea t hrl-illntiy i. C
ki t vtiuliy u dbwuvery uf txh ke
Uw au4 tke .i,.el,im no oerirK uf the trutk
Irum a."uiauieke4 teiuple rltlk, the Uml
tu& aime r s lb li. 'irlJl i
to, utyr ll H the f t.l of loe In a-Mua. (
mJiiu ll, eout uii lt f cupel aedlUitcuMttiv4
Imioi a Hutt'Hy gueeel. la tMk btndiu, V
-", It ouia.
A Flea for tat Qepsl
Tbli btmU. by the tae inH.ir at p, e.t
In I a i sr Hli,f ut" ,a i f i,
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I.Mi.M4 Seat, te e a, teal
. if t at mm bvm e. .
Three Cent Column.
"For 8ala." "Wanicd'Tor Exchange." and
small advertlaemenis for short time, will be
charted three ceats per word for each Inser
tion. Initials tr a nnmber counted as one
word, cash with the order
If yon wabtt anything, or hare anything- that
anybody else "wants," nuke ll knows through
this column. It will nay.
T INGLE V t BURKE TT, attornf ys-at-law.
1UM O St., Lincoln. Neb.
AGENTS WAN I ED-To sell choice nursery
stork Cum Nhhsiries. Crete. Neb.
WANTED -Twenty thousand new subvert
berstoTBi Wealth Makehb.
DOK EXCUAV(J E- S acres adjoining Lincoln
1- mr a Kota em acres.
FR EXCB NQ-Parm ISO acres near f la
coin, for land further wmt, prefrr It parti
lly improved John J. Ulllilan, Lincoln, Neb,
WAN TKO Fire tnd rvcione "nts Good
pay. J. Y. M. Swlgiri, Hi '. Lincoln,
OA KM ERS and feeders send He. pontage for
a. lute sage. Kobt. Thomas, uingbam, la.
O VE Y Loaned on Improved Panns at 0 to 1
St. Linoolu, Keb.
IOG' FYom a choice pen slngleromb Brown
Hi I-Kborm,, $1.60 per teti liw 18 dozen eggs
from 16 puilots for month of February.
YOUNU. 1201 O Hi. Lincoln, Neb.
rOH EXC1IANUK Fine six room houxeand
1? corner lot in Lincoln, for Isnd in taiern
or central Nebraska.
John J . Ulllllaa, Lincom
1024 O bt
BURKRTT. atrorneys at law,
Lincoln, Neb. amiracis ex
REMEMHER that THS . BALTB MAKElts
1h the best advertising medium in
tbe went When writing u aey of our silver
fixers don't forget to tali them where you saw
LWK EXCtlANUE-Clear lots well located In
11 I Innnln f..M n tt ln,l miiul. tu A.nftrt It
land and good sol!. John J. Olillan, Lincoln,
HAVK YOU anything to sell or trade? Then
advertise the fuel through this column
and be surprised at the reHult.
AGENTS W ANTBW for tbe best Bulling Nov
elty out. ao.ooo sold tbe first week in
Moston. Rumple by mall 1ft cts. Needed in
every house. Address, W. II. MAUONUY, No.
1 KevereHl., Lowell, Mass,
have a limited amount of pure blood Oer
man t arp that will spawn in May or June
win sell at uarci uuin prices
few one and two years old
For prices, etc.
addrebs J. li. liomlue, Hee, Neb.
TOR SALE inoo'h acre and five anre tracts
near sLreet car line and college. Hue for
fruit and gardening John J Glililan, corner
11 aud P streets, Lincoln, tien.
P YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or borrow
Anvthlng.remeinber, you mine It badly if
yon ao not make it Known mre-upa iui roi
umn. Only s cjhui per wora eaen insertion
Cash with the order.
mUAVELEKS WANTED -Faithful gentle
1 man or lady to travel representing o tfab
Salary V7BO ana expenNes-
L.. ....... au . .1 ... 1 . ..
with increase. Eucloe leforenco and self-ad
dreswd etaniped envelope, THE DOMINION
CO , Chicago.
IXHt SALE -Choice i section 8 miles from
. Lincoln. Neb. Well Improvtd aud undor
a high state of cultivation. Price ISO per acre.
I 20 acres S miles from city. Well improved
ai d line land. U7 pr ai re.
360 acres 12 miles from Lincoln. Best farm
fii Lancaster at 140 per acre. Write roc for full
particulars. U. C. YOUNG, Broker, 1201 O .t.,
Lincoln, .Hen. Wl
100 Grape Vines Only $2.25
Guaranteed No. ,r Send;for price list. C, f.
siugei, uavenport, we or.
Capital SI 00,000.
Comer 13th and O Bis,, Lincoln, Neb.
The Only State Bank In the City.
WB SOLICIT rAKMknS bUSIHSSB.
E. Phaw, Trent. 0. M Crawfoiw, Cash.
Ws. Ftn.LJSiiTOif, V. P. w. E. Ta vlok, A. Cswh.
THEODORE F. BARNES,
Office: 346 North nth St., Windsor Hotel
Block, Uncol?, Neb.
Will prtct.ee in State, Federal and Supreme
Oourm. Special attention given to defen Ing
forecloHure eults aud caHus agali st railroads.
CorreHpondence solicited. Letters promptly
CHEAP FARM LANDS
00,000 Acres Just Put Upon tho Market
Small Cash Payments
5 to 20 Years Time.
For map of Nebraska and further
particulars, call on or address,
STAPLETON LAND COMPANY,
444 BEE BUILDING, OMAHA, NEB.
WHITE : PLTHOUTH : ROCKS.
Good cockri'lls li.ou, new stock.
Eggs in seiifon f 1.00 per 13.
Forhale Four tilce white Ro'lwnd Turkeys
nt',f them irobler, SS.iM. Trio White (Jaiuex
t3.uo. l'alr White Uulneas, :1 to.
W. A. IJATKH. Jr.,
Cedar Blum, Saunders co., mod.
Tested Seed Corn.
M)- ihuu iumS 1 p aUM at Net. -K
: ralr In Hvj, with a ytctd u( M Uuu
A 1 t-1 rung' Mlil'e dmt A wondrfitl
viei.ur, lari s hauitwute and rlpenfearly, the
Ut' 01 t'f t '.rn.
' Vrlli.w A I'n'e, r veM.iw men
itep Ktl, eailv, T 4i laUtt grow n ! ti
e in V:l Sb4 y li t' .i'iul
l u.i.ri, It nt, & tt4, t attiti la ttu or ot.r mi
4 iim a.
ltloruv, flrl Sailoea) llaak
J. M. ARMaTRONQ, Q tcawooJ, Neb
IMMENSE STOCK 0
iMfisl and is!) Trees,
Ftoit tm Gripe Vines mi
Small f (sit TUsti
nmo vivzn roa msw mtt
c4 for fr ft Met ki
Jsea, Jefforvoa C, Kt
Of 0V. U. (JitBRUTil.
"w-' 1. .tr
rl HTU ILLL5TK4TLD SPBLTC CATAf.nr.rR vA?m.vb
V M I I I
TINGLEY & BURKETT,
Attorneys-at-Law, 1026 O StM Lincoln, Neb.
COLLECTIONS MADE AND MONEY REMITTED SAME DAY AS
First : National : Bank,
LINC OLN, NEB
Capital, - - - $400,000.
Preside t. V Xf
Vlce-rrealdent. Aas't Cahle
nmpfrnpo, Asa t Lasaier.
N. S. liar wood, John FUerald,
: John U.Ames, John
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
Agents Wanted for the
Having sold my farm near Ruskln,
( :.)". jjir:: - r.-r,i.-M
snd engaged In Ihe grain trade, I am situated where I can bo of material advantage
to ray Nebraska friends and Alliance Brethren, who desire to sell tbeir grain in
this market. Soliciting tl e putronage of all such, I Invito correspondence with a
view to business, In any branch of the trade. Will give satlufuctory references
whenever desired both outside and Inside the Farmers' Alliance; bavin? formerly
lived In Nuckolls county, Nebraska, and served as president of Ruskln Alliance No.
982, and also as deputy organizer In Nuckolls, Tbayer and Jefferson counties.
ruiinluir Id nam
power per hour.
Weber Gas & Casollns ngi.i3 Co., Kansas
Rare : Hardy : Crapes
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
ALL FOR $2.75:
R More Early Black.
6 Maura White
6 (ioitlun Poukllngton.
:irr Wbl. V rv Prolific.
ft Prttfhton Drk Red.
ft Vergennes' Red.
6 Ives' heedllov Black.
10 Warden Black.
6 Fay's Prolific Currant.
I Japauexe Wluo Horry.
The above No. 1 well rooted stock lor K.7f,
pre pntd by mall or exuress. 1 Kay's currant
K. cuoice oi HiaiKB hjc von yaiu.
M. D. TIFFANY.
116 South 29th St.,
Write for price list in 100 or 1 ,000 lots. I will
A Am 14 ol4 pta
Wt mU h to vry
mad. rut tliivnaiwr.
titl swnd ft It M witll
.S fi um
out of vlrKliat.
tv ktrrM fuf aM iinnitn, anil tf
j tmiiiiuk it itittl taf tM-atane M
ma in goitl Nti h m ami uiriflo
j.l('f il.,lf HI fuiua, M arii4
with Hie) wauh ot rtale ibal
yM tn ivitifM it at tt'v unit wittit
rar if B"i MttfartAf. an tl
vmt awli pr Maw In ikll
id (i.i tuu Un fr. W Hie at
ur, mm we a4.il I ltd mil aantUpf
f1(f mi elate trtilv. Add'iNW
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