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May 17, 1894
TIIE WEALTH MAKERS.
VOICE OF THE PRESS.
Hard times, the legitimate child of
Ticious legislation, is the most eloquent
orator on tho stump. Custer County
' George D. Melklejohn has faithfully
mlsreoresexted the Interests of the
people of the congressional district and
stood by the Democratic m& adminis
tration. The Calliope.
' The Democratic party seems to be
vanishing Into thin air. Gradually it
is fading from view. Many jealous
friends are, making frantic attempts to
clutch it before it shall forever disap
pear, but they will have to let It go.
The spirit has already fled, 'tis only a
decaying corpse now to be Been Ponca
Let us see how that bond business is
worked. The bankers gave Carlisle
their gold and received their bonds.
Now thoy are giving Carlisle treasury
notes and greenbacks and getting back
their gold at the rateql about $4,000,000
a day. They will next deposit their
0,000,000 of bonds In the sub treasuries
and receive $45,000,000 In national bank
notes, so that la a few weeks hence
they will have thslr gold, their bonds
drawing Interest, and $45,000,000 in new
bank notes. . A nice little financial
a At , l A 1
transaction ior me nnnnw. rimr
Industrial Legion Circular.
Omaha, Neb., April l im,
Editor Wealth Makers:
All farm and labor orders, silver
leagues and all other organizations lh
full sympathy with the People's Party
can be organized into the Industrial
Legion for twenty cents, which is sim
ply the cost of postage and supplies.
All persons, male or female, over four
teen are eligible for membership, and
where thoy have no organization the
Charter fee is one dollar, which is used
to pay the expenses of printing and
postage. Where the people are utterly
unable to afford to pay this one dollar,
they can send the postage as abov and
cost of supplies. Quartermaster Gener
al Geo. P. Washburn has perfected a
wonderful plan for the benefit of the
Legion. It will be known as Article
VII of tho Constitution. It will benefit
each member, pay all of his dues, and
net all the money that is needed for
political and educational work. Jt is
simple, easily understood, and has been
thoroughly tried, and we earnestly re
quest all organizations to turn into In
uustrial Legions as rapidly as possible,
so as to take advantage of this plan.
I'auc Van Peuvookt.
11. E. Tauubneck.
Populist papers please copy.
Attention Fifth District Populists.
HASffiNtJS, Neb., April 30, 1894.
Editor Wealth Makers:
Tbere will be a meeting of the Peo
ple's Party Central Committee, of the
Fifth Congressional district of Nebraska
at Holdrege on Wednesday, June (Hh,
at 8 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of
naming a plaoe and date for holding a
congressional convention, and fixing a
basis of representation for the same.
It is earnestly desired that each
county be represented by its committee
man. But if impossible for you to be
present, pleas" delegate your powers to
soma reliable Populist of your county;
that your county may be represented at
Francis Phillips, Ch'mn. Com.
II. B. McGaw, Sec'y.
Alliance Members Take Notice.
I am compelled t recall all appoint
ments for meetings appointed for Bro.
Wardall in the following counties:
Johnson, Gage, Saline, York, Hamilton
and Polk. Bro. Wardall being one of
the directors of the Gulf and Interstate
Railway or what is called the North and
South railroad was suddenly summwned
to Galveston. Texas, for important duty
He loft this (Monday) morning and was
very sorry that he could not fill the
appointments made. My work Is such
that 1 am obliged to follow up the work
already begun ai more can bs accom
plished for the cause of reform to com
plete work oommeooed than to fall In
this matter. It is booed every mem
ber will toe the necessities of the situa
tion and be reoonolled to the condition.
I shall make meetings In the above
counties as soon anpooslble to reach
them. W. F. WaiGUT.
Free Kite Free Free.
II you are about to make a trip to
north, northwestern Nebraska, the
Black mils country or central YYyoun
leg. to polnu la the two Dakota, to
tit. Taut, Mloneanoll or Duluih, or
potnU wrat on theVatitfla lines, to any
point in Minnesota, Wlaoonsta, North
ra Illinois and Iowa, direct to Chicago
Uie east and soutn, you can ohtaia tree
of charge at thertty office. IIU O HU
or drpot, vurwr 8th and 8 ttrtw, ol
Nona Weal ra Hn, complete aat re
liable Information of all connections,
uwi eve. With jhmomIU of luowa
It in' la the stW named vWltort VJ any
tt the in can but r tblr Interval by
I suing the Northwmiero line.
City Tlckot AgU,im O itrt
: IV. M. bllti'M AN,
lis Slat AlllaiUtt has for aU- "
lidg,at Zj wats vauh, 140 pr
.Y.m .-', at It) cnts caub, 75 csaU
jr d- tn.
lU-vript tooks fvf tiub-AUlaaes and
Ittualy AlliaiKxx, JUmU
t'nUr rks f Nub-AUtMws and
Uuu r AttUn ;" unU.
lU.U'liiijf Marblos . white auj 10
Jlsra. "cu, Addr
MM 3 V. Kstt.U.
Resolution Addressed to Americas
Woodlawx, Neb., May 2, U.H.
Editor Wealth Mailers:
At a citizens meeting of the people of
Oak and West Lincoln preclnots, Lan.
caster county, Nebraska, the following
resolutions were presented by the com'
mlttee: , '
Whereas. We view with just alarm
the excited condition of our people over
the Commonweal Army now marenmg
on Washington; and,
Whereas, We recognize the absolute
right and duty of these men at this
time to go to Washington, the national
capltol of ' our common country, the
Congress of the United States being now
in section and there present a living
petition and evidence or their sunerinr
sorrow, want and poverty, in a country
burdened witn wealtn and oroaa acres
groaning beneath the load of God's
bounties; and we recognize that they
are there in pursuit of ttielr lawful and
natural rig tits ot petition, oi lire,
liberty and the pursuit of happiness,
Resolved. That we pledge to them
the support of our lives, our fortunes
ana our sacred nonor,
Kesolvftd, That while we desire peaoe
and an honorable adjustment of the
differences that now so widely separate
capltol aad labor, yet, believing the
demands of labor to be just, we will not
receae one atom irom weir oemaaa;
and we desire to warn all citizens of the
United States to guard themselves from
denouncing these American citizens as
thugs, anarsbists and bums. To dosois
to make tho misery of the poor, which
is a sin against God and a crime against
the human race, which ought not and
win not long be endured.
Resolved. That copies of these resO'
tl'ns be iorwarded to the lower House
throutrh our Representative W, .1
1 try an, and to the Senate through W
V. Allen. Respectfully,
I. N. Leonard,
At the annual meeting at Grand
Island in December, 1882, President
Powers among other committees ap
pointed one on insurance. In making
Its report the committee gave in detail
the progress made in mutual insurance
since the mutual law bad taken effect,
and then recommended the following
resolutions which were adopted without
a dissenting voice:
Whereas, A mutual hall insurance
association for the slate of Nebraska,
called the Nebraska Alliance Mutual
Hail Association, has been organized by
members or this Alliance; and, .
Whereas, We believe the principle
under wnlch It is organized to be cor
rect, and the organization as effected,
substantial; Therefore, be it
Resolved that the State Alliance do
recommend this association to alldesir
lng hall insurance.
Resolved, That we urge the farmers
in every county to organize mutual fire
and lightning companies under the new
mutuil law, and thus combine to Insure
their farm property iu this fraternal
Resolved, That we recommend the
Nebraska Mutual Cyclone Company to
all farmers who desire storm insurance
at cost. '
In 1891-2 hundreds of farmers asked
the secretary of the State Alliance and
the writer here to start a mutual hall In
surance company. But, as there was no
law by which a hail company could be
Incorporated, we many times declined;
but as the members of the Alliance
from many oountles kept asking we
would make thetn a proposal which in
substance was as uaiows:
That if wa should receive promises
to the extent or 100,000 acres at 10c
per acre, we would send out blank con
tracts and thus organize a mutual aid
The result was that in a short time
we sent out several thousand blank con
tracts. Over fourteen nun area were
returned carrying 114,00.'U acres.
The following December, at the State
Alliance in Grand Island- The dele
gates present organized the Nebraska
Ainanoe Mutual Hall Association and
elected oftlcers as follows:
President, Clark Olds, Hemingford;
vice-president, J. A. Smitb, Cedar
Rapids; secretary, J. Y. M. Swlgart,
Lincoln; treasurer, G, W. Severns of
Mr. Severns resigned soon alter and
P. C. Funk of Holdrege was appointed
by the hoard to fill the vacancy.
The Alliance thought best to have
local companies do the fire business
and recommended that all farmers who
desired storm lnsurnoo to patronize the
Nebraska Cyclone Company. The above
resolutions are the only resolutions that
have ever specifically endorsed any in
surance company by State Alliance.
At the last meeting of the State
Alliance It bid godspoea to ail mutual
insurance companies, I am sorry to
ssy that that includes at least one com
pany that la organised for revenue to
officers and agent
The resolutions above referred to do
not hold the Stat Alliance as oo-partners,
a any way, soap, or form, and I
de not think any one thinks that the
sucrc vary of an AUUooe is called upon
to colled money or work tor th county
is aay wy lcux he it the eerUry
ot aa A Ills no.
WE WILL HELP.
From so many part of the stale farm
en write us that they eanaot orgaaW a
local flr company but would Ilk to
have the cyclone company attach a tire
department for the boaefll of just such
Uoltd vases a their
llwnoe the Cyclone ComfM at IU
lao meeting adopted this plea;
r'lwt. U mad a department for fire
and lightning entirely eeixu-aU front
the cjtlon even to the seeptsgot funds
Each dpriiaeat Is 10 defray it own
heond. whsa as oouety flMy or
mora main burs In lh Are J 11 due a I
wao dee'm In orgaaUt a local r mint
party. They way withdraw wUfctmt
fee- Thu we hop Wi aid I the rc
monJaUon oi U e Hi I AUtaiue,
We do ntrt court any conii alioa wlin
any one and pclaUy with tho 0 m
auld wild hixtrsi mutual ituuraaoe
roalrs lUt ti riJtt la lb Al
Mam dcoartmeni May ;:, railed mtt aa
etplaatlton frtm us- .Mutoilir.
. i V M Svt.nr. ;
THfjl WEALTH MAKERS ALLIANCE
BY MK3. J. T. KELLIE, SKC Y.
Twine. We have a still better offer
by which our members can get twine on
time. Reorganize. I will soon send
prices to all county secretaries.
Lancaster Co. Our local Alliance has
recently appointed a soiling agent and
he is in correspondence with a whole
sale house in Chicago. We are arrang
ing to ship all butter and eggs to this
bouse. Our first consignment will be
shipped this week. We are proposing
to sell our produce for cash, and then
do our buying at our own store.
. I. N.L.
Saunders Co. Oar Alliance was re
organized last night by the state orga
nizer. Mr. Wright. We enrolled 23
members, 18 mates and S females. I
think that our membership will reach
50 Inside of two months. All we want
Is some good live issues for them to dis
cuss to work up an Interest. F. W. P.
Discuss and answer tho Manual study
for this quarter, until you can glye a
unanimous answer. Also strive to
benefit all Immediately by co-operation-
On our binding twine olTeryou can save
enough to keep up your organization a
Furnas Co. We are progressing finely
In our sub-Alliance,' but we desire to
have a library, which seemnto be im
possible at prerent. We are all stirred
up with the report of the treatment and
arrest of Coxey and his commanders;
the brutal treatment of men, women
and children by the hireling police;
innocent spectators knocked down and
trampled under foot by their horses. It
these are solf-evident truths they
should suffer the penalty of the law for
thus attacking a peaceful gathering. It
rems that all earnest women are arous
ing for the Commonweal army. Even
our American N. W, S. A., wfalch has
heretofore been silent on political issues
bids us arouse from our lethargy and
work for humanity. I am at work In
earnest, and expect to assist the organ
izer in eur county. There is such
pressing need of organ'zatlon. E. F, W.
THE LAIlOK EXCHANGE.
Office of Progressive Thought, Olatho
Kansas. A fe w good earnest workers in
any place can do mors than a majority
in tho reform political party. It will
bring tho largest reward for the least
trouble. They are organizing a Labor
Exchange at Bartley, Nebraska, now,
and others will no doubt soon follow.
I send you 50 of my circulars and it you
approve of thetn and want more I will
send you some more. In looking your
letter over I notice you rather ak the
question, "How can farmers do better
by the Labor Exchange?"' To tell the
100 ways at least would take more time
than I can now devote. But I want
you to study a little. Don't the specu
lator beat them when the wheat or any
other product goes out, and then don't
they get beat on every thing that comes
In? We have nothing in common with
theconHumer who does not produce
wealth, therefore they are all burdens.
We cannot make the enllra change at
once, but we can commence now and
gradually improve as we learn the im
portance and the plan. When ail the
wheat in your county would be handled
by one firm of producers (the farmers
themselves) Jin the Lbor Exchange,
and send it direct to the best market,
they can do better and make their own
profit instead of letting a speculator
make It. Now they are scarce of money
to make exchange, but by putting the
wheat in the Labor Exchange and each
taking out his share in checksthey
would have the wheat and the medium
of exchange without aay coot of inter
est. This saves the Interest on all
money for local business at least, and
soon others will take them. The wheat
can bi sent to market and other things
sent back, those things can be drawn
with the checks at face value, and the
profits of both transactions remain In
the L. E.,and belong to every depositor
n proportion to the portion of his pro
ducts put in. Vhat and product de
posited In the exchange U a bstter de
posit than gold or sliver to draw checks
on. When you put sou in a bank you
can draw checks for that amount. Now
suppose you put IV) worth of wheat In
the L E. why can't you draw VQ worth
of wheat or some other product some
one has placed there for exchange until
your credit 1 out And why i sn't you
pass those creclt checks from hand to
hand Is paying local debts and alt kind
of trade? Study, an J If you can
anything let tua kno, and If not let me
know lhe trouble, K . F.rnmt.
Mors of your friends shoatd he mm
tant leader of Til a WaiLTiiMAum.
Show tVeiu this lau and call lue.r at-
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Prospectus of the New Song Book
for the People.
The editor of The Wealth Ma k his has devoted his Bpare time during: tho
lat two years to the preparation of a book of songs such as Is needed to edu
cate, unite, arouse and Inspire tho wealth makers of the world in their Im
1 ending- conflict with the wealth takers. The battle before us is tho battle
of the ages Tbe Armageddon of prophecy, tbe last great cod 11 let between'
greed and goodness. It is the organized brotherhood of right, against the
legalized deepotlsm of might. Truth has been spreading, love has been
growing, fraternal organization has been extending; and tbe increasing op
pression of monopoly power Is In these closing years of tbe 10th century pre
clpltatlng the final struggle. That it may bo a peaceful political conflict we
agitato and pray; but whether peaceful or otherwise It cannot be averted, It
cannot be longer delayed.
The new song book is to be called ''Armaueddok." The hook will con
tain about 70 songs for the times, over half of them new, and half of the rest
are nearly new asd famous, and the remainder are most carefully selected.
Fifteen of the numbers are a series of longs sent but by tbe writer two years
ago in sheet raulc form, under tbe
The titles of the songs which Armageddon will contain are in part as fol
gkt off thk earth,
THE RALLYING SONG.
TRUTH'S APPROACH ING TRl UM PH
IF I WERE A VOICE, No. 1.
IF I WERE A VOICE, No. 2.
HAYSEED IN HIS HAIR.
SONS OF AMERICA.
THAT HONEST DOLLAR.
THE NINETY AND NINE (New).
THE WEAKEST MUST Go TO THE
GOD SAVE THE PEOPLE.
WE HAVE THE TARIFF YET.
THE TAXPAYERS SETTLE THE
A POLITICIAN HERE YOU SEE.
THE MILLENNIUM ARMY.
THE FLAG OF LIBERTY.
TIIE ALARM BEAT.
THE ASTOR PRINCE.
THE WORKERS' BATTLE HYMN
THE COAL BARON'S SONG.
SONG OF TBE MINERS.
RIGHT StlALL REIGN.
THE ONLY ROAD TO FREEDOM.
BECAUSE HE LOVES.
EANS PANTS A COMIV.
THE KINGDOM OF THE BEAST.
11 aUv asined soogt have mot of them been set t nw mu4o fo'
the suthor and compiler by a half dosn very euwlhtnt comper la Lincoln and
Chlcsgti, Hut a i'Kt-M or su of the ong hv hco written ly the editor of TllR
Wealth MAKtna to be Jolosl U world olhraUHl iunt French. Germsa
AiutrUe, English and 8otch-such tunt-s as The MarselKU. Die Waht Asa
llbeie, Aaitrlao National Air, Grmea Fatherland, UobU Adatr, Xc
Tbe afrivs sng art ! and t(uarletts with plana prl.ids sad awompany
mvot, alo many I t biUm! vutces. The muslo cf miwt of to o; Is easy, aad
the n i difficult ca bs handled by good voices with thrlll'.Bf , won Jrful effscl.
Gb C 11. Uoadjf Chwagsdltrof the Farm, FUld sad i lrsld as.
prt4 hlnilf in tt fallowing wwdf praN sad spprttlailoa la rUla
tb Cf'fR Gir M h hav f'Tiurd the Buulous of Aru.sgoJ U a
It has ta left t Mt. GinrM IUwshI (Uhsoa to InUeduie a new Urn Into
the s-a.'s vf the party. l wrlie a rt of paulotlo sosg whlah are hardly
surpMt ly any la uur Uuralure twr lftlas if motive and rl snsrlt trm a
literary mt ' slew, whtla at to same llin thy am not at all Iskleg la the
auUa! jUlit which iut RuHMMsatlly ! preat Ndre any st.nf ttmebes IU
ihi.rj f popularity. The ar renarlita fur lolr lrU plrlntim sod bomd
hJiuaeiiy. la fft. It lhe i'vU ny rlis lo the palriatlo U-l of th
ont, hta iUU vl.mt; e Us alUatal sutfes a psr). Tbs K'SRS sirlhe
th a) ocUs r hi.if sympathy, hfai kUsg burner, lt avl Mtlair
ruatRi, m tl M tU l.'fller p'rlutle thor, ar touvhrd la r by tie lal
vst'4 Uh-r, '
,V hSgher ?h -. y i.4 U floa the I". sgs, aa I ei tsla'.y much iae U
s.d ki IU; tb TO t'Si of ArreddP, wbloh Invlnd the 11 and furaWh a
mutfc i,!sr tMii and f.i'.ir tfstmat i4 th .(Uiioa of hutaaa arsds aad
Hfbts Th; ar!u,i of jathui. trlotlsm and pjwer, and ate aol larMai? In
a jo. ii'. l l .ki..n,. Tt ShW l! be raJy la a ! and wll b
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Wealth Makers Publishing Co.
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Don't Want 'the Earth
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80. 11th St.. LINCOLN, NEB.
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K E. GUTHRIE,
1540 O ST..
general title of "Songs of the reople."
THE TI M E OF DEUTERONOMY,
LOSSES AND LIES.
TH E PAUPER'S LAST SMOKE, '
BILLY GRIMES THE DROVEH.
SUNRISE ON THE HILLS.
THE COMING KINGDOM.
PLENTY OF ROOM.
THE TRULY GREAT.
CALLING THE COWS.
VOIC3 OF THE MOONLIGHT.
RAIN UPON THE ROOF.
TOIL SHALL HOVEREIGN BE.
A DROWNING CRY.
DREAM AND REALITY.
THE HOME OF LIBERTY.
AMERICAN NATK NAL HYMN(new)
ENGINE OF REFORM.
ONLY A PENNY A LOAF.
USE UP THE LAST DOLLAR.
OUR LINE OF DEFENSE.
IT STUCK IN HIS CHOP.
HARK THE BATTLE CRY IS RING
ING. THE HOPE OF THE AGES.
THE MARCH OF THE WORKERS.
BATTLE HYMN OFTHE WRONGED
MOLLY AND THE BAUY.
ON To WASHINGTON.
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