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May 24 1S94
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
vent the bringing of any financial relief
, to the people.
The struggle for supremacy la now
going on between the two portions of
the Democratic party. If the present
financial Dolicv becomes the policy of
the party. I do not see any reason for
the continued existence of the party,
because the Republicans, having follow
ed that doIIcv loncer. are better pre
pared than we to support it. If, on the
other fcand, the party repudiates Cleve
land's financial policy and renews its
devotion to the common people, it may
yet become an effective instrument in
the securing of good government.
I shall watch this contest with deep
intaroHt. for mv Dolltlcal affiliations wiit
depend upon lis results. The populist
Dartv does not fflva the same emphasis
to the necessity for tariff reform, but
there are encouraging signs oi growtu
lu that direction. The income tax was
sufllolent to make the Wilson bill ac
ceptable to all the Populist member,
and the Populists in the senate are in
clined to act with our side. The Popu-
! lists strongly advocate tne income tax
and tho election oi unuea btates sena
tors bv the people. On the stiver ques
tion they have the advantage over any
other party in the fact that tbey are a
unit for the tree ana unlimited coinage
of silver at the present ratio. They al
so advocate what I believe to be a cor
rect principle, namely, that what paper
money is needed should be issued by the
federal government. Tbey have con
nected with these meritorious reforms
some which in my judgment are Imprac
ticable, and the advocacy of these im
practicable reforms has lessened their
influence in the accomplishment of
those which are good.
There are indications that the Popu
lists will concentrate tbeir efforts to
wards securing the reforms which are
daar to the heart of thotc Democrats
who take their inspiration from Jeffer
son and Jackson and will gradually
eliminate those policies which time has
shown to be unwise. At present I find
more Drfsnosrats advocating the reforms
In which I believe tbaa there are now
voters tu the Populist party, but wheth
er they are sufficient in number to con
trol the pellcy of our party is a question
which will soon be determined.
In this campaign I shall do what I
can to secure the election of members
of congress and a United States mator
who will favor a tariff for revenue only,
the free coinage of silver at the present
ratio, an income tax, the election of
senators by the people, the regulation
of the corporations -and such kindred
reforms as are necessary to carry out
the doctrine of equal rights to all and
especial j rivilegei to none. At a time
like this, when a single vow may ae
termlne I La? action of the senate or the
house, we cannot afford to put party
name above principle, nor can we aiiord
to guard the party organizatten to the
llnti In IVohiaJra la full of difficulties.
u iHf'i, fir inn Tumult vuuui a.m7 oavuo.
for while 8 large majority of the people
are apparently in favor of the measures
which I in common with the Populist
representatives from that state have
supported, its inenas seem w oe ai
vtded into hostile camps, while the
enemy wins with a minority because of
I believe that it is the duty of those
who Are in earnest for reform to join
the greater and make their voice effec
tive even though separate organizations
are maintained. If. however, those
who are in control of the party organi
zations prefer defeat "in the middle of
the road" to a victory shared by others,
1 shall avoid responsibility for the con
sequences by supporting the best man
who has a chance to win.
1 am deeply graWul to the people of
the old and new First district ror the
high honor whick by their suffrages
tbey have col f erred upon me, and tbeir
constant kindness and generous support
btvs sustained me amid the arduous
d u tb of official life. Measured by the
good which I have desired to accom
plish, the results of my service have
been somewhat disappointing, but I am
consoled by the consciousness of having
given to my constituents untiring and
industry a zeal for the public welfare
directed by my best judgment. In the
belief that my efforts have been ratis
factory to those who elected nie I find
sufficient recompsnse. I beg to express
my appreciation of the valuable servi
ces rendered by yourself and the other
members of the committee. To your
wise and intelligent counsel and unflag
ging interest I am greatly Indebted.
Very rulv vours,
W. J. Bryan.
We have reprinted above Congress
man Bryan's letter to Chairman Broady
and our readers will expect us to ex
press our views regarding It.
Mr. Bryan seems to have become at
least a little unsettled In mind since he
slated for publication a few weeks ago
that he was a Democrat and should re
main with the party. Ue now says,
the struggle on for supremacy be
tween two portions ot the Democratic
party and if the present financial policy
becomes the policy of the party he In
timates that he shall join the Populist
AV.W-whfcn? His It not al
ready become? What more could ba
dne to indicate the policy of the party
to after every )olb pica of reason
and humanity, tocloe the mint against
allvor and farther bond tht people to
the gold mouopolUW U the Ifeiuo
cratlo patty no jot of roaWra agcV Is
l till elo; tutor! sucv-eas'ully la the
study of Obsbj and rooralU by Mr,
Bryan and nil wet.' Daring hW shtrt
publUj IK and tht longer oarewr of
Mr. it'.aad It tho srty given any
fvidrbo of .rat and political pro
gr'tua' Whsl neouin of the
once mighty chunW. of free coins,;.
d,li!, Mlt;, VtHtrhcor, and many
'iters It w many grrtt d title ha
U s parly no got which r'ght farUs
It and tmraealiy ih protect eaam tal
p' -lie)? And vQ it ib lu 'lit ijttenUue
tt.s r?iy fcaoLowa i ulsctrlty, n
mw! r d iUUn to fu!!.ll Its
tt!t. Uesry '.YU;roB, wr.oae gruat
!velj in tbt lo ct'vstU-aivtu-It
i uit a alra'fhwmi anti
prvWvtua tit ,VeJtM. sajsnf its f.'i.
iph rsuii is f Mmi6i4.1J uul the I v nana tlarrau: ' The situr of
II .siatksvrlJas4U. party, and IU!isle hwlnluri," by t'rofcoi H ,N,
' l ait. itiWJ I't b ;l rcdrsuiUa? i I'Jllcn nf that I'Mlt.r.llv i.l IVr
U p cdg tey wifctni!l:i4 a'
h1 picialdvt pa'vUi
and pusillanimity, a grotesque hodge
podpe of pretense and pettifogging, i
nondescript abortion of incompetency.
Selfishness, cowardice and xreacnery.
Mr. Bryan has no faith in the Kepub
lican party- It seems strange that he
can have any in the Democratic, but it is
natural for him to cling to the party
which elected him as long as a linger
ing hope of its redemption remains.
But as parties cannot reform, are never
redeemed; aways wax worse and worse,
it is safe to conclude he will have to
H'ien? He says the question will
soon be determined.
How? What is this contest he is
watching, which Is to settle the ques
tlon of bis party affiliations?
It would seetu to be the struggle be
tween "the two portions of the Demo
emtio party" in the matter of control!.
Ing the state conventions which are
near at hand. If a majority of the
states stand sllontly or avowedly by
the action of the administration and
the acts of the special session and the
present Congress If they lack the dis
position and moral courage to roundly
condemn the Democratic party of '03
and '94 Bryan will cut loose from it.
Is that what be means? If the Nebraska
Democratic convention does this, or
straddles for the sake of harmony, will
Bryan stay with it? If be means what
he says and we correctly understand
him, he will not. He will not be used
by the Morton, Miller, Boyd, Castor
Democrats to help politically the ene
mies of the people.
The 0th and 10th paragraphs of Mr.
Bryan's letter are the parts to scrutinize
and deliberate over. He declares it to
be bis purpose, to do what be can to se
cure the election of members of con
gress and all. S. senator which means
that he will interest himself in the
election of the members of the legisla
turewho are for the rtforms he stands
for, i. e., anti-administration Democrats
or Populists. He is anxious to have
these divided forces brought together,
yet realizes bow difficult it will be to do
it. He believes it is the duty of those
who are in earnest for reform to join
the greater to vote for the Populists
or reform Democrat candidates whose
numerical support is greater, "even
though separate organizations are
maintained." Does this mean that he
would like fusion?
Fusion with any section of the old
Democratic party is impossible, or if
not impossible it is suicidal. But U the
Democratic party were really divided
into two portions, two contending orga
nizations, as in Alabama, a union could
be made with the reform faction if they
demanded the sime reform measures
that we do. It is not so divided in
Nebraska. It will not be, we apprehend.
Therefore the Populists cannot do more
than reach out welcoming hands to all
reformers and friends of liberty who
will come to them.
It is our opinion that Mr. Bryan
ought not to stand between the parties
as he seems now to propose, lie ought
to stay with the Democrat, or come
over to the Populist parly. He will
weaken confidence in himself, spread
distrust and sow discord among breth
ren and paralyze political reform re
duce instead of increase the reform
vote If he and his friends try to oblite
rate our party to elect not Populists bat
Democrats, men who refuse to be Popu
lists, in a part of the legislative and con
gressional districts. The Populists can
not, will not yield their principles.
They are wedded to them and will fight
for their organization. The effort to
fuse us would divide us, and fusion
with one old party would disgust and
repel all who are inclined to join us
from tho other party. Fusion in one
part of the state would also give us a
bad name, would destroy confidence in
our sincerity in all parts of the state,
and it would proportionally affect the
national party. It our old party
friends agree with us in the principles
we advocate, let them come to us. They
have no party of principle to Invite us
to. If they want to come In a body let
them in convention endorse our candi
dates and so much of our platform as
they are able to. If Damocratlo leaders
simply want ".Tee. or are la blind and
careless haste to down their ancient
enemies, let them lay wires for an arti
ficial union -fusion- and icattf r, defeat
and destroy the Pcpuliat party, the
hope ot the n Vhti. We do not contend
for the Populist party for parly 's sake,
boraus partisan prejudice moves us; but
Iwcaut a party organization Is alolut
ly iecuary, Is needed In every town
ship, county and itato of the nation. It
seems to us ail ral reformers ought be
glad ot aa organisation, such a ours to
join, a party of principle, a party ot
)t rorrupli d.
ThiM woo com tu will have a
voU In aytng what the neUtoJ ail
future platlurms sUatl In). V Kar
hum who slawrvly differ wtth u.
Truth lit take. tar. of lUelf and bo
d'.avre4 uut fciul wore by f re and
THE MAY iXiULs.
ih May Ann' f th Amrua
At'udctny ttifltalm "Th Prhl' f
M,iui ll lnrrqmu'," f K. l
sis. i JH.'f tf thi Nw iik Eratig
IW; "I l, i:'fi'iiiM'(irMll,ovi-.
hy (isutlll I ra Hor ii a Iko-
a Id nf llnftoi a '' li IImi U 1 1,.) s.
iiI.hi nulKS Ht,"ty Mrs. ara
Lu) r!!tri "M'ney a Ma. inl
oi aiue, ' oy L. o werriam, and an
unfinished study by Dr. Merriam, which
has been edited by frofessor J. 13. Clark
of Amherst. This number also con
tains the Minutes of the Proceedings of
the Academy. Personal Notes, Book
Reviews and Book Notes, and a Table
of Contents and Index tn the Fourth
Volume of the Annals. Philadelphia,
station ii. J
Good Words For Our Paper.
We hear nothing but words of praise
for our state paper, Thk Wealth Mak
EES, from everyone who sees it. Tren
The Wealth Makihs'Is a state
paper of which all Populists may feel
proud. Every reformer in the state
should subscribe. Independent Press.
An occasional change in a newspaper
has a brightening effect but when it
comes to a lightning change the one
recently made in the Alliance-Independent
takes the lead. The A. I.
changed its title to "The Wealth
Makekh," There was nothing startling
about this fact, but it wrought a wonder
ful cbngfe in the paper Itself. No
farmer should now be without it. As
an Alliance paper it is a thing of beauty
and a joy forever. Geneva Democrat.
The Wealth Makers, at Lincoln,
is publishing a series of communica
tions from Independents all over the
state expressing the choice for state
candidates. There is some divergence
of opinion as to the particular man, but
it is noticeable that the communicants
ar a unit in favor of a loyal Populist
No fusion is seemingly the watch word.
To a man up a tree it begins to look as
if Mr. Bryan will have to come where
he belongs into the Populist party if
he gets Populist support next fall, Fx.
The best indication of the progress of
the Populist press is seen in the im
provement of its local and state papers.
Almost universally there is a marked
change for the better, and in a few in
stances, as with The Wealth Makekh
and the Kearney Standard, the stride f
phenomenal. Bold, decisive and ag
gresslve, tbey are several laps ahead of
the old party papers in their class and
are leaving them far behind at every
issue. A live paper In a community is
hard on quack doctors and drug stores,
but is a blessing to every other person
who reads it. Minden Courier.
Uow would you like to see .John Tow
ers in tbe U. . Senate
Tbe Nebraska State Journal appears
anxious to baye Mayor Weir buad tbe
Populist ticket this fall. The mayor is
undoubtedly "son a wltn tne corpora
lions". They surely have no reason to
object to any of his acts or utterances
either officially or otherwise,
Would you be satisfied with a candi
date who although he "endorsed" the
Omaha platform, had never been known
to vigorously denounce our present
vicious laws, nor to entirely advocate
new and better ones? In brief, do you
want to vote for a political "what is it'"
If you should employ a lawyer to
prosecute a suit for you, would you be
content If he merely "endorsed" your
case, and made so earnest, determined
effort to establish, your case in the
minds of the jury? Wonld you like to
support a man for governor who merely
"endorses" your platform.
In the municipal election held In Lin
coln last month, the Independentcandl
date for police judge, Capt. W. H. Hun
ter, had a special letter of endorsement
from Mayor Weir, lie polled only 00(i
votes out of a total of f012. This Drovf s
either that the mayor has no influence
with the voters of Lincoln, or that he
privately worked against the Indepen
It is a great mistake to suppose that
Mayor Weir is strong among the Inde
pendents of Lincoln. It Is true ht has
ben elected twice, not because he is a
Populist; but because bo Is not a I'opu
lUt. No Populist could be elected In
Lincoln, unless he had a private under
standing with the railroad-, because
tbe "better element'' (the lawyers,
bankers, real estate dealers, Ac.,) would
vote for a yellow dog before, they would
support a l'opullst.
Mr. Bryan has at last aunounedd hU
true position and it is exactly as tho
wrlwr ha uectd - Mr. liryan do
not stand for principles, but only for
expedient!. Free coinage. U roersly an
expedient, while the piunks of the
Omaha platform to which Mr. Kryan
refers as "Impracticable." ant tho vers
hi principle of the IVople's rarty,
Tbey Involved the principle that the
sole o'-Ject ' government l to secure
tne highest wolfar of alt tho clU n,
and that then the opra'ln of any In
dustry by private parties Iwimt,- n
timnsie to the freedom add proeper'y of
the people, It Is tln-d ityof tlm jtmu
moot to Use charg of such ludun'rv sol
pperat It at cusi for the lanmt of uH
th cittixns. Mr. Krvan la tnJvd
' rvah" In p tilth' If he thins, that th
I Voice's party. roipm l as It l tn!n.
ly or men who wi'ra formerly U j.utU
cM, will ximba4 with thr wit? of
lb IVlIl K't Al'v parly Th I H t
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Prospectus oi the New Song Book
for the People.
The editor of The Wealth Mak bus has devoted his spare time durine the-
last two years to the preparation of a book of songs such as is needed to edu
cate, unite, arouse and inspire the woalth makers of the world In their hn
peEdlng conflict with the wealth takers. The battle before us is the battle
of tbe ages The Armageddon of prophecy, the last great conflict between.
greed and goodness. It is the organized brotherhood of right, against the
legalised despotism of might. Truth has been spreading, love has been
growing, ..fraternal organization has been extending; and the increasing op
pression of monopoly power is in these closing years of tbe 10th century pre
clpltatlng the final struggle. That it may be 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
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 tbe numbers are a series of songs sent out by tbe writer two years
ago in sheet music form, under tb general title ot "Songs of the 1'eople."
- Tbe titles of the songs which , Armageddon will contain are in part as fol?
GKT OFF THK EAHTH.
THE 1ULLYING SONG,
TRUTH'S APl'KOACWXG TRIUM PII
IFIWKUE A VOICE, No, 1.
IF I WERE A VOICE, No. 2,
HAYSEED IN HIS 1IAIK.
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 .TEE
A POLITICIAN HERE Y U SEE.
THE MILLENNIUM ARMY.
THE FLAG OF LIBERTY.
THE ALARM BEAT.
THE ASTOR PRINCE.
THE WORKERS' BATTLE HYMN
OF FREEDOM. .
THE COAL BARON'S SONG.
BONG OF TBE MINERS.
RIGHT SHALL REIGN.
THE ONLY ROAD TO FREEDOM.
BECAUSE HE LOVES.
JEANS PANTS A COM I N. ,
THE KINGDOM OF THE BEAST.
The above nsmed songs have most
the suthor aud compiler by a half dozen
Chicago. Rut a d'Uen or so of the -wngs
Wialth Mak to be joined to world celebrated tunes -French. German
Auotrliin, EoglUh sn.l Scotch such tunes as The Marsellalw, Die Wa ht Am
Rhcln. Autrlsn National .Mr, German Fatherland, Robin Adair, &e.
The above s"ng ar s1m and ijnarUjttes with piano prelu J aad accoaipany
ranU, also many f r mlstnl voices. The music cf most of tbs vngs is easy, and
the mir difficult cn bs han lled by good voices with thrilling, wonderful etTwt.
Gn. C. II. HoarJ of Chicago, editor of the Farm, Field und Fireside, ex
lr ed himavlf to tbe foi'.i'wlng word of prais and spprorlatios ia review ia;
lh f!ften tonjs wth h have formed the nucleus of Armageddvia;
"Ithas ln Mt U Mr. Gecrge llawsid Gibson to Introduce a new . c int
tht 'i)a of the party, a- d t write a atrles of patrtollo soogs whtsh ar hardly
surpsanid ty any In our literature for loftlnese of motive and rvat merit from a
Hwrary au o? view, while at the im lime thoy ar not at all is k'.sc In th
niaK'al iaii'.? which lu itt aectarliy ba praBt before any soog t.irbe U
rhord f pt pularity, Thsy rrmarsabU for toulr frvt4 palrlot.im nd br4
fajnianlty la ftui. If Ihe 1V;'i priy rl to the patriotic lel of thew
atinji, hve l;t: !oa''Uf Its Biilmate iwn'fi a a lny, The oogi strlk
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THE TIME OF OEUIERONOMY,
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