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May 10, 1894
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
oar behavior. Men were warned not to
Itg or drink. n
In his conversation with the chief of
police of Washington General Coxey
said that It m hU purpose to keep
within the laws. He told Major Moore
that the army might brek up and enter
tbe capltol grounds as American cltl
sens, and the chief said there would be
no objection to that.
"He Bald that we must not carry the
banners Into the grounds, because it
was against the law," the general con
tinued. "I said there was one banner from
Pittsburg, given by laboring men, that
I had promised to plant there If my life
was spared, and I would like to carry
that. However, the banner was pack
ed Into the wagons with the others, or
I gave Marsh&lBrowae orders to pack
Here Mr. Lipscombe exhibited tho
baaner. It was of white satin with
green letters and read: "Pittsburg and
Allegheny. More Money, Less Muery,
(iood Hoads, No Interest on Bonds."
"My object In going to the Capitol,
said Mr. Coxey, "was to present to con
gress my two blllf , the good road bill
and the non-interest-bearlng bond bill
and to address the congress of the
United States and the people on them.
T demanded tho protection of the police,
who seemed to be Colonel Brigbt's
right hand bower, to present to con
gress the petition from labor organiza
ions in favor of the bills."
Judge Miller would not permit the
introduction as evldeoosof the speech
Mr. Coxey intended to make, or the
protest he lHsued, saying they had
nothing to do with the trial.
Npvtpameto the fetaud llepresenta-
Hoo uiand of Missouri. After some
wrangling over objections to questions,
f...i ivifiiii rafiiHuri tji nermltthe con-
gressmanto tell how the police had
clubbed tne citizens,
pnnra CAUSED ALL THK TKOUliLE.
Uepresentative Pence argued that
tue aerense wauieu w u ! .
trouble was caused by the police and
said they bad a dozen memoers m vuu-
gress to testify to that effeot. i lnally
the members of Congress were allowed
' .h Tiniif.a had driven wo
man and children and men over the
grass in their charge.
xt a T nnimfci-PAtof Worcester. Mass .
and Mr. Steututz, a law student from
u t unv.nffltf tautirlad thatnaths
had been made acrosi the capital turf
by those who toossnorvcuia.
W. O. Shelby, a lawyer, described
Browne's arrest, telling how the police
men placed their clubs on the people,
and that the officer who arrested
Browne had shown him the stick taken
from Browne. It bad no flag on it.
Tk. ..idnno minimi lt.a rme. and Mr.
i UO UL.V'Uifu .v0 -
Lipscomb asked Judge Miller to charge
i- 4iii tnor r.na hhl hi innj ttub uuu m-
tended to reutrlct the right ot cttlz-ins
to peaceably assemble ana petition
Congress, and also that the banner car
rled was displayed and designed to
bring the petition to nptlse. Ihey
must acquit Coxey unless he advised or
abetted the others to display a banner
and to walk on the grass.
Judge Miller said he would charge
that the jury must find that the de
fendants wilfully and knowingly trod
upon the grass.
Assistant District Attorney Mallow
ney made the opening speech.
Representative Hudson of Kansas,
who began for the defense, said H was
plain the defendants were not tried for
the technical charges against them, but
because they held political opinions
contrary to the opinions of those in
'These men are not being tried for
stepping on the grase," he argued.
"The district attorney will argue to
you against Mr. Coxey himself and the
Mr. Hudson was followed by Mr.
Lipscomb, also for the defense, and
then the court adjourned. Oman Bee
The attention of &ur readers is di
rected to the lattest lecture by Prof.
Herron, or to a condensed report of It,
found on our last page. It is on a sub
ject of the greatest Interest, and the
lecturer is a man whom the world is
listening to. Dr. Herron's lectures are
being printed In book form from time
to time, and each book, so far, has at
tracted very wide attention in this and
other lands. The readers of our paper
should consider that they are highly
favored In getting in print at first hand
tho work of. this mighty man who is
preaching the law of justice and the
gospel of present deliverance fur the
poor and the oppressed.
The willing vorkm who can find
nothing to do, are "tramp," hobos,"
'vagabonds." Kick them, curse them,
Ho about them, tell thorn to get off the
earth. The willing idkrs, whose whole
study is to consume and who are now
sailing in tho perfumed stateroom f
the great ocean liners to Kurope and
spending abroad the earning of Amer
ican tollers at the rate ot .6,000 a day,
to roller the monotony of American
pleasure seeking, are most rep-ctablo
and bowed down to; they aro the elite,
the select tew who const! tu to society,
and for whom the tarth and tht work
ing clat were made.
Grit proportion lat week regarding
a prlralUvf, Coiy mtho4 of reaching
and prcadieg the IVpulUI goipel on
the way to our ten itat contention,
traveling In fourborw, motto draped,
lUgil)lcg wtg-out, and gathering lu
grovlog caravans, ba cUd out the
cnthultld support t-l eeral of wt
Uadsrs. We nav, hovr, got Into a
limited ipact uuroor and cannot print
touts aoJ many otner communications.
Hut Ul us hraf from wore r'gardlaff
the p'a. HUeond aa4 iulloat are
C. MarthaU writing from Ua.S Nu ,
.; "I Ilk th ton ot jour pr,
ftiapSalaabdout tp&ien, juV it any
psptr or imo who iivwai? oar rebrm
idea should U. llapiy am I that we
tare i man who 1 col hallux lo ay,
halite a d waiting to fool ths pulse ot
every u.ait la alt own party and many
vuUtd before ha can giv M or-lnlua "
Given High Honors.
The World's Columbian Exposition
though now only a glorious memory has
left lasticg monuments behind. For
generations o come its impartial awards
will be the basis of determining the
comparative merit of the things judged
Fewt If any, of the thousands of exhibit
ors at the fair were more highly honored
than William Deering Co., of Chicago
the world's largest manufacture! s of
harvesting machinery. Of the total
number of twenty-ix swards given to
the seventeen exhibitors of harvesting
machinery and binder twine, this firm
was given sixteen awards, sixteen
medals and sixteen diplomas. The
other ten awards were distributed
among four other exhibitors, tho high
est of these receiving six award', an
other two and two others one each.
This supremacy was given to tbe
Deering machines simply because tbey
outclassed all competitors in their
records of draft and efficiency as tested
in competitive field trials.
Deerine machines were given exact
ing official field trials in Colorado con
ducted by the regular judges of farm
machinery, appointed and paid by the
government. These trials were on Irri
gated farms where the growth was rank
and the land strewn with stones and
grldlroned with irrigating ditches and
laterals. Notwithstanding these ad
verse conditions the Deering Improved
Steel Binder made a draft record 14 3
per cent less than the records made for
a competing binder in straight grain
on rmooth ground at Way no, 111. blm
ilarily, the Daerlnir 5-foot Ideal Mower,
showed a draft 38 8 percent lower than
the 6-foot mower tried at Wayne1, and
the New Deering Moot mower IDS per
cent lower. The Deering Giant Mower
showed a saving of 2.'l 7 per cent over a
competing mower of tbe same c!ze in
the Wayne trial.
This remarkable saving in draft made
a strong impression on tbe judges, who
could not help realizing its great im
portance to agriculture. The novel
feature of the Jointed Platform, coupled
with the simplicity of the binding at
tachment and the marked efficiency and
evident strength of the whole machine
were all taken into account by tbe
tudgss in giving their awards for the
In considering the mowers the Judges
were strongly impressed with tbe
unique adjustable drag bar, the two
neou nlr.mnn. thn everlastin? cream.
ant! thn narfectlon of mechanism which
enables these machines to do better
work for more years with lighter draft
than any otner mowers maae.
MftnnlWhirera of harveatlnff machin
ery and binder twine were especially
fortunate in tbe high character and
wide experience of the judges appoint
ed to examine their faults. Tbey were
Prof. John E. Sweet, for years profewsor
of mechanics in Cornell University at
itnaca, jn, x., wnois rcoogmzea as oc
lag one of the greatest authorities on
mechanical matters in the United Sratec,
Hon. Hiram V, wneeier oi uaooou,
inaa nnn nf thn lai-ffflHt farmers In that
Rtata vhn was rentlbllcan candidate
for Governor of Iowa in 1891; and Mr.
Charles Whitney of Illinois, an inventor
and mechanical expert of wide reputa
One of the great events of the expo
sition which, thouarh having no bearing
on the award of prize, gave Deering
machines honors considered by many as
even higher than the aotual award of
prizes, was the lamous tour oi me
Foreign Commissioners to the bonanza
farmu nf North Dakota. The results of
this tour, together with a description of
tbe Deering machines, are set rortn in
a beautif ul book entitled "Why Bonanza
Purminir Pava'. which In sent free 00
application by William Deering & Co.
to ail larmers aesiriog it.
Free speech has again been denied
men in Boston and a meeting of the
peaceful poor broken up by a mob on
the Common. Garrison was dragged
through the streets of that historic dtv
with a rope around his deck because be
dared raise his voice against the black
man's bonds." These later Garrisons
(one a woman) were hooted at, thrown
doffr, physically trampled on and dlt-Dj-raed.
because they raised tho watch-
r - (
word, "No more bonds for any man,'
and demanded the right tollye ty their
own willing hand.
Is IT not tho duty of the people to
protect the government from bt-gBar,
rioters and snealt thieves a well as
from more srlous attacks St. Joseph
Is It not the duty of the government
to protect the people from rich lobby
1st beggars, law-made monopolists
and wholesale plundering which has re
duot'd millions to beggary, to itats ot
dependence wore than chattel slavery?
Ll the government protect tbe people,
and it will nut need to fear the men
who are now petitioning tor the right
to work that they may live.
"VYc rou.t WgUtatu to make tho Mf
content, the rich S'0ur,H said tx 1'rtil
deut Harrison In a rtcout tch. The
jHr"cuoUat"-j, c ntfat Uprdiu-
wraith for the r th to rlaltn. aud thsy
mmt b4 ontiat tosUrv and fr u, o
aoocpt charity. And th Nw ork
World ), "Tt labomr mut be e"a
tat In or rft'ucd to that station laUf
to mhtek It has plvaard God to rail hint "
This world w made tor a few id a to
own and av, and las rt uut b
goatcaUd to swat for thm, mutt cva
tdur it a simoUl fav sir to d t so, atd
whoa th- U i warn t(? r4 thm
lhy must bv or t it the art.
Ahnfr li'ranH, an o!J ldWr, n
us that h l fur rf rtn till datb. that
he fmight fov trvedoiu l th lal war
tilt thrv tlmvs wiuadl, and be raa
hulp do guard duty la another war for
lh rlgMsof the niaiws
"THE HUB" has completed a large purchase of
early spring prices and will sell the entire great purchase at prices that will make the great
est Hay Sale "THE HUB"; has ever known. We cordially
Invite You to Attend
and you will not be disappointed for the Butts are honest, clean and in every way desirable,
and will do good service for Men in any line of business.
A FEW OF THE BARGAINS
Men's pretty gray,
Cassimere Suits no shoddy
but clean good wearing Suits
regular value $7.50. Now
Men's fine wool Oassimere Suits plain
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any regular $10.00 Suit Now Odi I U
Men's light brown mixed Cheviot
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by suit for summer wear. OU i U U
Men's fast color Blue Suits made of
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flannels always sold irom 00 7K
$3 00 to $10.00. Now ODilJ
Men's strictly all wool, genuine Olay
Worsted Suits, Sack or Frock,
easily worth $16. 00-during QQ QQ
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M A 1 1 nPHPPQIf yu live out oi tne citv any these suits 1,7111 00 sent n
IVI Alt- vnucnv? prova.1 upon renftipt of 60c to insure express charges. No sam
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If you need Clothes
Tell the Truth
and Make Money.
The First Gasoline Traotlon Knglne
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After man ytar of uatiring labor
and thousands of dollars expense, tho
Van Duzen Gas & Gosoline Engine Co.,
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fected and completed a gas dine trao
tlen engine. T lie re bas been a large
demand for a practical farm traction
engine that will lewen the danger of
fire and loss of Jl'e and property aod do
the work nqulred of the old fashioned
steam engine. The invention Is a great
success in evary way, doing m;e than
was expected of it in regard to piwr,
speed, expense and reliability. This
engine can bj operated for ont- half the
expense of stenai tmuMon it needs
no engineer or Ji reman It ha no
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of explosion. It noeds no waier hauler,
no coal, wood or straw. There are no
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The above cut docs not do full justice
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that those who need aoythiog tf the
kind write the manufacturers for their
Illustrated catalogue which glvt s a full
aVscrlpilon and prices cl the engines
Tho Van Djzcn Co. minufaotures full
lino of sta'.ionary and portablo gas and
gasoline engines suitable for the farm
and work shop.
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It you want anything, or have anything that
anybody else "wants," make ii known through
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1WANT TO TKADKa good piano for a good
buggy bone. Must be gentle. Addrami,
A. Vouug, vara Wealth Maker, Llnnola, Neb
TINGLKY ft HUHKETT, attorneys at law.
10U6 O St., Llnnoln. Neb.
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MONEV Loaned on Improved Panns at A to T
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some good Nebranka town of 1,000 popula
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TINGLKY It BUKKRTT. airorneys-at-law,
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amined. FOB SALF. OR EXCHANtiK tiood farms
from lb to f Vi per acre. A. IS. HAft 1'L.li.Y,
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230-238 So. 11th St.. LINCOLN. NEB.
7i tf I rvA Wc will send THE WEALTH MAKERS to ten
L101 SpltvU new subscribers until August 1, 1891.
IJVwi. KOn We wiU 800(1 THE WEALTH MAKERS to any
I1 Ul JvC new subscriber until January 1, 1895, and a
choieo from the following list of books: Seven
Financial Conspiracies: Ten Men of Money
Island; Stockwell's Had Hoy; Points for
liVn. CI rxA We will send THE WEALTH MAKERS to any
rUi ipIttJU fcubaeriber, or old, until January 1, 1890,
and a choice from 1 he following list of books:
Bondholders and Breadwinners; The Initiative
and Referendum; Esau, or The Banker's Victim;
Errors In Our Monetary System; Industrial
FmHlom; Our Republican Monarchy; Money.
Land and Transportation.
IY. Li AH Wrt w, ml TllK WKALTH MAKERS for
I Ul 3MrvJ one- year to a club of five subscrib n; and to
the agent sending tho club, a choice from the
following lUt of UVs: Richard's Crown;
J awn . Edward; The Coming Climax; Dr.
Huguet; A Tranm In Society, Thewi hw4 books
"aro a little oliel and shelf.worn, but Just as
good fc the reading matter as when they left
the pre itioiu.
Here is a chance for Alliances and club to mvuni a libmy of
valuuble Uik of Informal on atwdutely free. Who will w first
to take advantage of the oportumty Y "
TheneofTer will not becontluuei long, and wo reserve th
I'lwt.t i. diint!inie i nv of the IhhiU our abH'k runs out, Mid
substitute other , from the lUt of
Wealth Makers Pith. Co.,
at a third leaa than
Tell the Truth
and Make Honey.
Interior Decorative Company
ARE A PART OP THE PEOPLE.
Don't Want the Earth
don't expect to get rich out of every ous-
that comes In. They want to deal with
WILL COME BACK
the same value,
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