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Jane 7 1S-.U
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
articles besides book reviews. The
frontispiece is a line portrait of Victor
Hugo. Walter Blackburn Uarte has an
illustrated article on The Back Bay
Helen E. Starrctt writes on A Pioneer
Poet. Benjamin Hathaway (the pio
neerpoet) furnishes a poem entitled The
hnchanted Wood. Hamlin Garland
describes The Single Tax In Actual
Operation. In New Zealand. Hon
Walter Clark. LL. D advocates the
Election of Postmasters by the People
Rabbi Solomon Schlndler argues ' for
the Nationalization of Electricity
Hon. John Davis,-M. C, has a paper on
Honest and 1 shonest Money, juia
Wheeler Wilcox contributes a poem
High N on. Editor Flower discusses
The Social Idea of Victor Hugo James
G. Clark furnishes a new poem, Fall of
the New Babylon. Annie L. Dlggs
writes of A Captain of Industry. A
Present-Day Tragedy is recorded from
life by Mr. Flower. Mrs. S '.evens and
Mrs. Woodbridge furnish a symposium
on Child Slavery in America. Ana
there are other lets valuable articles
The Arena Is the most valuable maga
Church Howe will not be a member
of the next legislature. His defeat for
cosgress will come too late to make the
race, but etui ne may secure a proxy
Brvan'a effort at Arlington Heights
on Decoration day must have been a
very weak one, or contained some very
bad sentiment; for it pleased both the
President and Secretary Morton, ana
it generally takes a good deal el rot to
rsatiefy either of them. We fear Bryan's
X tr is waning wnen his enemies speaa
V well of him.
Meiklefohn don't look across the Alle
eheny to the Third Nebraska district
these days with a great deal of pleas
a ure. He reads upon tne political wan,
f "mene, naene, tekel, upbarsln "
Weighed and found (ranting tried ana
handsome and will mak an exceedingly
tine do meal corpse. 1 1 e will undoue
edlv be nominated, but what a happy
wake the Third will have this fall over
his political grave.
Hainer of the Fourth seems quite
hooefuL and even confident, of Ms re
nomination and election. Poor soul.
he is fast dvlse with political coosutap-
Ion. Mature has kindly provided the
Tl consumptive , with a large supply of
Uiooe. even la the
Will die easy and will scarcely know
when he Is dead. His golden bowl will
ItnolrAB a.nrf tha ailvnp MrA of hla
oongiesflonal record will be loosened
In his district, and after the election
the cry will go up. where is Hainer?
fArtd the answer will be, Stark dead.
The powerful of earth have always
had secret sources of strength. m
mm'a was In his hair, and Dave Mercer'
in his miscellaneous application of bis
lips to the imder-weamlngs of his con
etituPBts But in an unguarded mo
ment Hamsun was shorn of his locks,
and, we s-o it stated, that Dave has also
met his Djlilah. Kisses will not b a
legal tender for votes in the second dis
trict this fall. Dve Is too good a re
publican And protectionist of borne In
duatry to allow the borne market f
suffer in nr.der 'o build on Its ruins a
congressional btom, Dave is undoubt
edly doomed, but this is an age of
It is very evident that this is not a
prosperous yert and it Is just as evident
that it Is going to be a Populist year.
Mot that ad v rsity and failure of crops
are nrces-aiy to our success; but inea
naturally dj a geod deal more hard
thluklng daring hard times, and some
people are so nar-sighted that their
noses have to be brought verv close to
1 1 the grindstone before they can fully
realize I trriadingr effects. lhlo?e
nave gone from bad to worse for a long
time, and tne common people are s-r
' jusiy inquiring the cause and are fast
' iindiug it out and are getting ready t
apply the remedy. So-called Deraocracj
and S nerman Repubilcani-m are
doomed, and let all tne people say,
Judge Field's law business became
very "pleasant and protnble."it seem
to us very suddenly. It has only been
a few wet-ks since he pave It out.
through the press, that he was ready u
oiler bimwil a wining saoritioe on the
Cburcn Hjw's aud Sam Chauman's
11' tie ?ch-mfl had anvUung t j d with
.VMK . . J . 1 U U J
judge riHd'a declaration u oeaeaoJi
date, t fom the way the Judge sctt-
tcred money over ibe district, two jearo
ago tne people win do bio to believe
that he oa giv n the true reason f
cunning to make the race before the
w.'publicau convnutlou Ihe cnuos
Vcro s'.miily out o' his reach, and
therilo e bjur, and while e cannot
con ram u hi candor wo can oummeuu
The blue ehlrtwd fctatesman from Ne
maha will pruaablj i a 1UU longer lu
iau uiwo political polar iramo now
going on around the Kepublluan tahi.
out tn hand he no hold wilt uvver
l Improved Jck MaoUoll undo.,bt
tH!ly tno "Hue" t,tt n, irt i,d
rairfo him out.'' t-n U bo citric uivm
' fairly, but h
o't tat a "ml," witn
aiii 'Mun m tuv nun Jxrft a at m
tuttom A-'U d as it U to cmUiu
plate he wv'; vn Ixi t"u. rd itii-
titus the wo'td ula'i. But n win
.. I u. . . . . . I ..i.l ... ...
tiwavs bedubtHMi a lijrerur Mat r.
:J fnUtro geuuraiion UI nwer k iow
r ktoa to wiiuulrv aoul the iieilxu
hat uu Iwluog or may hitwr at-
t'oa to bU Htl : an J lor f..r bU iivdlti-
rl tl My b- niitiii'ly lovt la ib
"aliunia" will lay lu arnihU,
111 i-o lorcv.T r Lleutuoam
itvrrur Tom Major. IVih to hU
MilUlral ahc. i.lt JuJ Fluid. w
tiui'Nit lhk.t Turn iflu UiiMiml
. "t Vait lIa ttl 1. 1 .f ... . t.. u f 1 . 1 . . . . .. t . .
iiitw-r)'w butbuaolanl puflUbltf,"
M iant aftat. F 1 1 ! i at B I i ak flka.a Mil
ai r, an gBerftiiy CwntJrKl ttlr
d .'trKl tuao iftlf luaviuaat gv
rtJif, bat, wJr tr -BteuatUiu la
Nbraka, im rratr Inioiat ihould
i uakr arwuatl tat Utr Fbs klttful
tfliral IhFow 4 trt bit biul.ra m a
V aian ( ttta -'hj ct ol hl tWon.
t ad p'mt. tit b-l nioa o ftp
Utii'tvul Tiu iiijtg itihjur tg the
Vnnata. aii iia ittftiWaa-tt irovara r,
llithttrv-awwwrk.aua pis pMiUcaeat-
ary tactics is the cannon, and it takes a
bold and powerful enemy to storm the
one and capture the other. Hence, the
railroads would prefer ihtir man in the
latter po3Uion. They are perfectly wti
ling to accept Jack MeColl instead of
Tom Majors for governor (although
Tom would suit them better), but as
they cannot expect them both they will
feel safly entrenched with State Sena
tor II E Moore, a four years' pupil of
Majors, wielding tbe senatorial gave),
for wbat Bob don't know of political
'sculduggery" he is willing, and aBX
lous to learn. If Moore is not the re
publican nominee for lieutenant gover
nor the railroads have lost their grip.
The fact that a general strike among
coal miners may at any time completely
block the wheels of commerce is proof
of the necessity of government owner
ship of the mines.
It is laughable to note that the very
'men who denounce "pat'-rnalism" are
bribing senators in order to secure more
protection for themselves. Socialists
do nt ask the government to -'protect"
tnem, and give tbem special legislation
aid special privileges. They only
demand an equal cbanco with all others,
Tbe time has forever gone when pro
ducers will be content with ''living"
wages. They have come to see that the
workman Is entitled to the full product
01 his toll wltn no deduction for rent,
interest or profit The demand of the
workiagmen now is for comfort and
plenty. Who will say they are not en
titled to it?
Mr. Bryan believes that "unnecessary
taxation is unjust taxation." Does he
not know that every penny taken from
the people for rent, usury and prolit is
taxation? Does be not know lb at sucn
taxation is unnecessary? Socialism
would do away with these unnecessary
and uujutt taxes and save to the people
moretnan half their osrnings. The
taxes that are assessed upon the people
to rough rent, utury and profit go into
the hands of private citizens, instead of
going to tbe government and are by these
citizens used to lord it over their fellow-
men and corrupt our public servants.
Our pluocratlc friends say, "Why all
tbis taiic about starvation? show us
tbe person who has been allowed to
starve to death' They should know
that phvslcal starvation and Dbvsical
dea'h is not tbe greatest evil that can
befall a human being!. Not so great an
evil as to be forced to drudje through
lire deprived of the agreeable surround
ings our natures so crave and without
wblch contentment and happiness can
not exist. A pleasant home with music,
iljwers, sunshine and light-hearted,
well groomed children Is tbe natural
right of every man, and under a social
lstlo government all might enjoy these
messings. to see one's iamily denied
tne comforts and conveniences and re
flnements to which they are justly en
titled is worse than death to a truly
Edwin Lk Fevke.
Letter From Cbairmin Deaver.
Ouaha, Neb., June4,184.
Editor Wealth Makuus:
Tbe scheme of tbe brilliant Hepubli
can orators this year will be to try to
make the people believe that these hard
times just commenced with Cleveland's
administration, and it behooves ua as
member of our party, wishing its and
tbe country's smcscss, to eoaeider a little
farther back than since the advent of
the "cuckoo" CongreFs. Already the
brilliant Republican speakers have
commenced to tell tbe people that up
to tbe election of 1892 "every American
workingman was experiencing no trou
ble in getting work,'- and they are aho
advocating the placing of an American
flag upon every school house as a oue
for all the social and Industrial evils.
rhis of course is mere hypocrisy, for If
they loved the school children as well
as all that, tby would never have
allowed the school fund in this state to
have been syetematically plundered as
it has been for years. What we want
to do and wbat all of our speakers
should do Is to ahow up from the census
reports the true condition up to 1890,
and in this way we can prove by official
figures that the condition of the present
day was gradually coming for several
years back. I have now before me cen
sus bulletin No. 6.1, dealing with farm
and city hom-s in 22 states, and on tbe
fl'S' page it says, ''Among 100 farm
families 32 hire Ihelr farms, 21 own
them with incumbrance and 47 without
incumbracua." On the same page in
regai d to 9 cities In tbo same Mates
with a poulia sf ever 100,000 eatb,
it any: '-AmoaglOO families! en the
average "t litre, 10 tn with incumb
rance and 10 without iouumbiauco.1
Now these quettlous I have just col led
word fur woid frro census I ulletin No.
U'l wblch lie boloro ra, and remember
that these flgitvs we re fake a be fore the
"cuckiw" Congrokt was fU'CWd, which
has ptajrod Ida the He publican hands
along with Cleveland. Tbe Uepub'tcaua
nriw vnttin the iVmnorat for not
iluing xuk titity claim to Lav not
wanted Xhvm tudo, rfJuoo tbe tariff.
To fact Is lliry both jola d U'gither
iialaat the Hp!e aud In favor of tbe;
money (Hxiv'r, and row m the , lfto-
i"W are uui In It la Nebraska Iho
n.-piitiltcana hcx to kevp u from
Inning If making U arHar that
avrtbln wa all right up to tbe Ut
tloa ol IW. In this way U hoe to
wta by wurklpg U(mr tb prjuUU-i and
Ifaorauca of th rpU. laWad t f
'tying to voiulikl a campAla of 0daca
tloa tbev arv trjlng t con,tui t a cam
paiga of Ubirano. Now our ikr
aad aipars nul f t tbom an
i ha iionalj. We have tlnty of
nn'rlal la lha csntua KfHirU, avj by
tha-way, Mr.. 8. Ktogof KafiaCliy,
Kaata,hi uuUUbeJ a tU'e Umk railti
"Seedtime and Harvest," which is the
best book I know of to get at tbe census
reports, and I think every speaker in
our party should send and get one to
post up on. The price Is 25 cents. He
has secured the census figures up to
date, and it shows that 4,017 families
own 12)000,000,000 of the country's
wealth, or an average of $3,000,000 per
family; l,092,31vS families own t30,:,00,
000.000, or an average of $28,735 per
family; 4,!94,091 families own $H.r,00,
93!) 3o3, or an average of 3,915 per
family; C,.r99,7ftfl families own $2,795,.
89f,000, or an average of $4 18 per family.
These figures show a deplorable condi
tion that must be set right. I know a
great many families in this city (am
real well acaualnted with one of them)
that has not got the $118, and, It is pro
bably because of this that tbe Republi
cans are kicking up such a fuss about
the ''great prosperity just before Cleve
land ??22 elected."
Let us meet them with facts like
these and sot them to rout. We must
win if the country is saved.
D. Clkm Dkaveh.
DIVES AND LAZARUS.
A Pot m tor the First Sunday after Trinity.
Did j ou sver bear of Dives, w ho lived in Pales
tine? A marvelloua rich man was lie, wll clothed In
His table groaned with wealth of food, hU
wlnea by gallons ran
No wondurhe grewaleik and stout, Juab Ilka
Another man named Lazarus, homeland and
alck and poor,
In hopes to beg tbe rich man a crumb, lay at
the rich man's dnor;
Belinard the Mounds of mirth with in, but not
a friend bad lie,
Except tbe dog who licked bin a ot-t la alleut
You'll think it alranice that aucb a thing
. could happen here beltw,
But this was in a far-off land, a long while
Now Dive dally ft-aated, and wan gorgeoiuly
Not at all because be liked It, but becau
'twas good for trade;
That the people might havecallco he clothed
himself In silk,
And surfeited blmwelf on cream that they
might get the milk;
Ha fed Ave hundred servant that the poor
might not lack bread,
And bad bis vessels made of gold that they
might get more lead.
And e'en to ahow bis Hympathy wltb the de
Redid no uneful work tiuisolf that tbiy might
Co the more.
ou'll think this very, very strange, but
then, of coiirae, yon know,
T was in a far-off country, aad a long
Poor Lazarus at length became too weak wltb
Death to strive
Ho evidently waauotoneof the littt to sur
8oononofrohtynlbt, about a (iarter past
fle looked tip at the nll.-nt stars, and riled, and
went to heaven.
NowDlvna, too was waxing old, and presently
whitreon a lawyer was callod in to make a
And when Dives' none and daughM-M came to
hear hla lant fart well,
He bade tbem follow In hid hu-i. then died
and went to belli
I don't think (iod would venture now to
treat a rich man ao,
Kiit this waa Much a long way oil and ao
very long ago I
F.hnist BiLTON in The Dawn.
Lecturer Powers at Kndloott.
Endigott, Neb , May 20, 18t4.
Editor Wealth Makers:
Brother J. II. Powers entertained a
mixed audience here the evening; of the
11th ult. His speech was grand f rom
start to finish, and well received by all
with sufficient brain capacity to grasp
the truths presented. That grand old
brother is doing a noble work for hu
manity. May his shadow never grow
less. He has a faculty of getting to
the bottom of and expla'nlng all the
complex questions of the day, showing
him to be a student of no mean ability
I am stronger in the faith, if possible,
from liavlng come in personal contact
Outsido of a few prospective pie eat
ers tbo cause is steadily gaining sup
porters hete. J. 1. Batti.
Editor Wealth Makers:
In your last isue J. M. Sanford
makes an attempt U correct what bo
calls mlsrearosoatations in a former
letter of mine, in which I statfd that
"There 1 no Uw in which a mutual
hail company could b inoorporaud."
"All anyone has to ilo ti prove h l
not cornet U to 1 n'a at neciion 41 ot
tint oompll. d alatute t f Nehtaaka for
tb year ltf
He maut Kc. 0. Ch. U of liv, Vco
et of Teeth $5.00
flthaut pain tr,"' cent.
riuU't ro eon', up.
t rwwa and hrl.l4 work at naMinatl prices.
Consultation Free t 16 Year. Experience I
DK. WITHERS, Dentist,
tSsTSMSBr.1 - OMAHA, NED,
If you have a hog,
If you have cow,
. If you have a horse,
' If you have a farm,
or anything eke tbat you want M nell. and
don't know Jut where you can ttnd a buyer
The Wealth Makers,
and vou will be inot agreeably n prlae'l at
tb result. Write for advertising rauw to
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Lli coln, Neb
Three Cent Column.
"For Bale," "Wanted,""ForExchange."aiid
small advertisements for abort time, will be
charged three cents per word for each Inser
tion, Initials or a number counted as one
word. Cash with the order
If yoti wabt anything, or have anything that
anybody clue "wanta," make It known through
tbis column. It will bay,
KP your DtMRiihor to subscribe for Thb
tlTam a it mi aa .........
WmM. I.IWral atorr INilA
POU BAI.t-lOOacre" ner Lincoln, lU'.WW.Oo
Party murtt iiell. lililtlan InvettmeutCo ,
Lincoln, Neb. .
1WANT TO TRADK a g"od piino tcr a otd
bngKy horne Mum, dm giil. AddreHM.
A. Young, care Wealth Maker-, Lincoln, Neb.
CtOUHALE-rjooii farina ner Lincoln, and
T throughout Ni-b If you want to locale,
wrltetilllllan luventnient Co. Linln, Neb
ANTED-Twenty tbonnand new aubacrl-
oera to tub yvkaltu makehs.
CIOR "ALK OK BXCHANi: E A nt
V lu Lincoln. Can take land in exchange,
unman tnveximent Co., Lincoin, Neb.
TINOLKV ii UUKKKFT, attorneya-at-law.
lUiiOOBt., Lincoln, Neb.
rK SALENS.) acrea near Lincoln. Very low
If taken atonca. UHUlau lnveatmeut Co.
WANTED Fire and cyclone a (rente Good
pay. J. Y. M. Bwlgart, Hec'y, Lincoln,
WANTKD-Ten farms of 11 acrea each, lo
cated r adjoining near uw her i want
each partly impaoved. Have colony of ka
famine. Glllllan investment Co., Lincoln
T1NWLRY & BUKKKTT, atrorneya-aHaw,
WM O 01., Lincoln, Neb. Abstracts ex
amined. U AVJS YOU anything to aell or trade?
km. aavertiM tne fact tnrottga this
and be surprised at the result.
FOR BALE Houaea and lota in Lincoln and
in all the college Hubtirba. acre tractanear
tbe street car line, pleanant boinea in all paru
of the city, Addreaaor call upon UUUlan In
voatment Co , corner I lib and r atreata, grouud
floor, Llacoln, Neb.
REMKMBtH that Tiik Wbalth Maxihs
la tbe beat advertlHlng medium In
tbo went When writing to aay of our adver
titter don't forget to tell them where you saw
their '-ad "
Capital I OO.OOO.
Comer 13th and O Bta.. Lincoln, Neb.
Only State Bank In the City,
WE SOLICIT FaHMSIiS bCIUtSSS.
C. K. Shaw, Preat. CM Caawronr), Cash
W m. Fdllkktok, V. P. W. E. Ta VLoit, A. Cash
Only S 1 .00 reqntred to paper wallxof room
l.SilA Uicluxlug boidr. Send IOc. portnge aad
p ww w -. . . n w
bl iU in liurwp A itl li t it nrm .uninU Iw.b .t I . i
crnt r.na I an h.milt.lfnl uLinnlM. anil nutria
Free who a v.w oruer. write quick.
MYttSWIFF CANNOT SEE HOW YOU 00
" JSHl lJ.r T AHO PAY f REI8HT.
SUL Baya our
drtw.r w. in i,l or oci Im
floaly tiwaliMd. uUkoi pild,rfapt4 to llhl
Arm Hlaaww - tnvhin
d tv trurbt viiarantM'l for IUImni will
wt of MhI AlUliaaMta(bUP4 Uif br O
T5,000oow fon. World's ilalr MmUI wrad iiwJihmj 4 atUib
mtrnln. Uuv fr-Mu tmfiary ) mv dealer Dt got'i profit
pgrr tt Ttl0l wtA awnd todav for toiwibiBt or iatft fr
If W W ritalof u. Uattrmin'aJa and (ailtniMni of tti WorH'a Fair.
OXFORD MFG. CO. 312 wabiih At. CHICAB0.IU.
fuifftf' iriai. isu oujjxv ritotrM to wavaoc
will see by that that the title is unin
corporated mutual companitt,iv& further,
I am tbe secretary-treasurer of a com
pany working under that law.
Mr. Editor, the rest of his so-called
representations are on a parallel with
tho above, and I deem It unwise to ue
your otherwise valuable space for any
J Y. M. Sw 1(3 ART.
Weaver at ltuahvllle July Fourth.
K13HVILMS Neb., May If, 1104.
fcdltor Wealth Makkiw:
The I Voplo's party of northwest Ne
raka will hold a Fourth of July cele
bration Uuhhvlllo, Nb, and have
ecurud Gen. James IS Wraver of Iowa
to deliver the oration. We extend a
cordial invitation to all to come and
ulchrute with us. Yours truly.
H. J. Stawch ki t uo.
Tako Tilt WtALTti Makkus.
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Prospectus of the New Song Book
for the People.
The editor of Tut Wealth Makers has devoted his spare time during Mm
last two years to the preparation of a book of songs such as Is needed to edu
cate, unite, aronse and inspire the wealth makers of the world in their int
pending conflict with the wealth taken. The battle before us Is the battle
of the ages, the Armageddon of prophecy, the last great con ff let between;
greed and goodness. It is the organized brotherhood of right, against tb
legalized despotism of might Truth hat been spreading, love has been
growing, fraternal organization basbeon extending; and tbe increasing op
pression of monopoly power Is In these closing years of tbe 19th century pre
cipitating the final struggle. That it
agitate and pray; but whether peaceful
cannot be longer delayed, - . -
. Tho new song book Is to be called ''Armageddos.'' The book will con
tain about 70 songs for tbe times, over half of them now, and half of the rest
are nearly new aad famous, and tbe remainder are most cartfully selected.
Fifteen of the numbers are & series of songs seat out by the writer two years
ago in sheet music form, under the general title ot "Songs of the People."
The titles or tho songs which Armageddon will contain are in part as fol
GET OFF THE EAHTH.
THE RALLYING SONG.
TRUTITS APPROACH INO TR1 UM PH
IF I WERE A VOICE, N . 1.
IF I WERE A VOICE, No. 2.
HAYSEED IN H19 HAIR.
SONS OF AMERICA.
THAT HONEST DOLLAR
THE NINETY AND NINE (New).
THE WEAKEST MUST GO TO THE
COD SAVE THE PEOPLE.
WE nAVK TUB TARIFF YET.
THE TAXPAYER SETTLE THE
A POLITICIAN HERE YOU SEE.
TOE MILLENNIUM ARvtY.
THE FLAG OF LIHKUTY.
THE ALARM BEAT.
THE ASTOR PRI NCE.
THE WORKERS' BATTLE HYMN
THE COAL B AXON'S SONG.
RIGHT SHALL HE ON.
Til K ONLY RO t D TO FREEDOM.
BECAUSE UP. LOVE,
JKANS FAN IS A COMIN1.
fa K K ! Nt 1 DOM OF fl I E IS BAST.
Tho alav namud s'nga have moat
the author and complK'T by a half doo
Ctiicagt Hut a di-B or o nf the ng
Wkai.TU MaKwtH Ui H Julntsl t
Austrian. EnglUh ar.I So.tch-auoU ttin-a a The Maraftla's, D!e WVlrf Am
Rbeln. Austrian National A r.t'rmau FaherUnd, lUibiu Adair, Aa.
The abova ang ar ,! and iuarUitl
tnuota, a'ao many fr uilx(t vulca, Th-
the nir difficult cn lw baadletl by good
(Ifn. C II. Uowardof Chicago, dltr
prtwwd h itiatilf la the ( lloalng word
th Cfttrn a-nif liU h have furwd tbe
"It ha Urn Irfl v Mr Go.r Howard Clhaou t i'trtJuc a -w t'ne iat.
the i r k4 tt4 party, and u write a w
surpHt Ij any In our itcratviro lot
UM-rary failnt uf view, hll at tit tama Unia they ar t at alt U king In, thw
musical qua Ui which mut bhmiU ho rBt twfxre any ou$ UHivtt lb
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LOSSES AND LIES.
THE PAUPER'S LAST SMOKE.
BILLY GRIMES I HE DROVER. ,
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THE COMING KINGDOM.
PLI2NTY OF ROOM.
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RAIN UPON THE ROOF.
TOIL SHALL SOVEREIGN BE.
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USE UP THE LAST DOLLAR.
OUR LINE OF DEFENSE,
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THE HOPE OF THE AGES.
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MOLLY AND THE BABY.
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