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June 21, 1894
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
But we remember it was fiercely de- are thousands of men who endorse
dared at His trial that He was "tub- Jesus Christ and his golden rule and
verting the nation and forbidding to give sermon on the mount, who are not by
tribute to Caesar," and again it was said any means Christians. So not every man
bytherichruler8,tbat"iTf7MKjM who "endorses" the Omaha platform
people." Withot doubt wb at Christ did is a Populist (people's man). The
Prof, Herron, His most faithful follow- spirit that gave birth to that document
er, is dolup, and what he 1b saying and has not taken possession of Mr. Weir's
doing will call down upon his devoted heart. as I can easlly'prove by many of
head the same wrath and f also testi- his recent official acts and utterances.
mony;and if lies will not do the work In regard to the appointments Mr. Weir
alone there will be like violent attempts speaks of (which by the way are the
to crush him, as Christ was crushed by very least of the objections urged
the minions of human authority. It against him) I beg to say that there Is
will not be a difficult matter to convict but one Populist in the city employ to
and hang him under the corrupted lee- day appointed by the mayor. All the
isUtures rulers and courts which he de- others he refers to call themselves "la
Bounced. The truth he is, like Christ, dependents", by which they mean that
so boldly utterisg to the rich and for when the nominations of their own
the poor, is stirring up the people, and parties do not please them they are
the rulers still more. And his work is willing to bolt and vote for the best
but just begun. Our governor last man on some other ticket. They are
week was so stirred up by the message in no sense members of the People's
of this man of God that be vulgarly, arty.
brutally, publicly insulted him from the The mayor has had an opportunity
platform Prof. Herron was invited to, to make a strong, enthusiastic People's
and threw out bis name as evil, with party organization la this city, but
the names of the actual anarchists, the under his manipulations (which I ean
unchristian advocates of violence, explain if desired) utter demoralization
Herr Most and Lucy Parsons.
prevails, and it will require great effort
to get together by next November.
Between Mr, Weir and a true Populist
there is as wide difference as between
the man who condoles with you and the
man who helps you. If he desires to
march in our army as a high private,
well and good, but be is not justified
In expecting to be placed at the head of
Mr. Lie Fevre Has More to Say
Editor Wealth Makers:
J regret to have my remarks concern
ing Mayor Weir construed as an attack,
T 1 a i . il n ..it i ii.
if. ouiy uesire to post tne ropuiists ir me
l Ht.nl an t.hut i.hav ma v know vVint. tha
ll- ,1.1. J - S , 1
uKUii... ui .u Ciy aireaay how, la the column, Kdww Le yEyEB,
oraer umi no oiuuaer may oe possiwe The aboyo communlcatton belnff ,n
at our state convention. Mr. Weir ap- the nature of a reply to other commu-
pears to regard the reasons of those nications should have had place in last
who oppose his nomination as trivial, week's issue, but it came in a dsy too
Let me say the strongest objection that late for uge la thIg department.-Editor
u urgtsu w wis canuiuacy oi uy WEALTH Makers 1
man is, that he has failed to use his
best efforts to secure the triumph of Change In Date of State Convention
the principles that lie under the Omaha Lincoln, Neb., June 15, 1894,
vpiauorm. i challenge tne mayor to otnce the meeting of the state com
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snow wnere ansi wnen ne nas ever done mittee nxmg the time and locating the
anything to advance those principles, state convention, it was discovered that
Certainly it has not been said and done the 15th of August conflicts with the
here in Lincoln where it might occa- Grand Amy reunion of tbe southeast-
Ion the sneers and jibs of influential ern Nebraska district, comprising some
tttopublicaus and Democrats. No man thirteen counties; and of which W. G
who has not braved the displeasure of Swan, one ot our state committee, is
the "better (?) element" is entitled to be commander, Their date is from the
our leader. The mayor has had such 13th to the 17th of August. Out of our
jltffious opportunities to advocate our respect for the old soldiers, and in con
ideas, which opportunities he has uni- sideration of the fact that a very large
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juiimy uegiecusu, mat, xb is particular- uumoer 01 mem WHO DelODfir to Our
ly out of place for him to expect any party desire to attend both meetings,
nomination at the hands of the Popu- it was dtcided that It would be best to
lists. delay our state canventinn until &f(ni
When Mayor Weir was elected mayor the reunion. It is unfortunate that the
of Lincoln, the Populists and Populist fact was not known at the time of the
papers over the state were In high glee, calling of the convention, but inasmuch
they supposing that the event was a as it was not, it was considered of luffi-
Populist victory. This Idea was some- cient importance to submit a proposi
what encouraged by Populist managers tion to the members of the state central
because of the bracing effect It might committee asking their opinion as to
nave upon the movement in the west- cbange.
ern part of the state., Under the cir- Out of seventy-two votes sent In re-
cumstances it was but natural that ply by members of the committee, fifty-
some of the editors who were not faml- six were unqualifiedly in favor of the
liar with the real facts, should favor- change, eleven were conditionally in
aiy mention Mr. Weir in connection favor of it and only five were positively
witn tne governorship, thlnitlng that opposed to it,
he was in fact a Populist Thus you By a unaaimous vote of the state ex
see tnat tne emoryo "Doom" 01 Mr. ecutlve committee it was therefore
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Gill InvestraeDt Company.
T17ANTKD Everybody to watch this column
I T for real estate bargains, if you do not
ee what jou want writ in and we will get it
For Sale-Eighty acre near Lincoln; party
must veil, make an offer.
For Sale Two farm of lflO acres, one ot (MO
acre near Llnculn, very low.
For Exchange BuMne.s lot on O street for
good farm tn eastern Neb.
For Exchange She room bouse and corner
lot in Lincoln; could tafce equity in laud
or live stock.
trior Exchange-Neat cottage home in Lincoln ;
J- could take land as pari payment.
For Exchange Stock In an enterprise of
much iiroml.se, for good piece of farm
Everybody to send deacript Ion and
of any property they wisn to sell
Gillilan Investment Co.,
If you have a hog,
If you have cow,
If you have a horse,
If you have a farm,
or anything: eme that 70U want to sell, and
don't know Juki where you can lind a buyer
The: Weal" Mate,
and you mill be mom ajrreeably irorprlsed at
tbe result. Write for advenlnlug rates to
.WEALTH MAKERS PUB. CO..
,i Llkcoln, Neb.
Three Cent Column.
Weir Is the result of an assumption and
a misunderstanding, skillfully taken
r mayor, wno is re-
V puted to be tho smoothest of political
VJ workers, and who has been for months
111 engaged in a quiet butsystematio effort
to capture the nomination.
Just prior to the Hastings conference
I met the president of the Central
Labor Union of Lincoln who informed
me that the mayor had sent word two
or three times requesting him to call
at his office. lie finally went, and the
mayor then expressed his desire to
square himself with the organized laber
element, who had become (and still are
.greatly displeased with the manner in
M which Mr. Weir has ignored the men
who gave htm his nomination and made
It possible ror.blm to be mayor of Lin
0 ln. The gentleman told me that the
yor had an address already prepared
r delivery at the Hustings conference
and that he was reaching after the
gubernatorial nomination. 'Knowing
that Mr. Weir hal never associated
with Populists in any way whatever,
beyond appearing at a convention wh"u
h w Is'iud a nomination, and that he had
0 mUtually Ukon his udvlco and coun
ts! from the opponents of the People's
party, I spokt of tbo ludreg to e?eral
(ft prominent Populists. They assured me
tiat the mayor was using every effort
M t rcur the nom'aatljn for governor,
aid that bo had bn co engaged for
ttima months. thoa called upon the
'its f the county cv rural com.
7 mUUn t K ara If he had Issued any
Q credsntlttU to Mr. Weir to atU od the
f )iifurno. lid replied that he fcftd
no, and that he would not tu any to
h'ni, h th mayor a nil ro gnlud at
a ropulUt. Tha ivor, however, a
nt t 1 hlndtrd ty trlsts's, lid at
tad th oonftivnoM and UtlUcivd
tb M tJra, which whs Kmb'!f mni
tp!artf!y ut lh lame "hunwunlw act
o-tt j'l urot" int ha aim u fcav it
U 4 txu Proiliest IU rlon. Tm
w vj h'tri the luUrtna av ll alj mnt.
1 lf li etvmi many ww4 an 1 that it
' laclttui th trad P. p'illi!d r'f g. At
a. 1-.i!uUi if a grat isy r'f.f
ei.r m ttnt up towird tl
ttnAn itU catdlJttcy t'r.u,ra ti.
cv iry jrif, all of which thow
Una c!wure la HlU!cal titaulpu-1.
hie. Weir mf thirk ikt i u
PfpJlUt, but hecrulnly n l. Thar
decided to change the date of the con
vention to Friday, August 24th, at 10
o'clock, a. m. at Grand Island, Nebr.
All state papers please copy.
D. Clem Deaveb, J. A. Edokhtom,
We want fifty thousand new subscri
bers to The Wealth .Makers. Will
each one of our present subscribers
help us by sending two new numes? If
you are unable to get yearly subscri
bers, send them in for three or ix
months. See our special offer in
another column. ,
Good KeportofMr. Powers' Meeting
Papilliox, Neb., June 14, 1894.
Editor Wealth Makers:
Hn. J. II. Powers, State Lecturer, F.
A. & I. U., has visited this county and
addressed a large and very appreciative
audience at three meetings: Springfield
Monday, Paplllion Tuesday, and Gretna
It Is not too much to say that Brother
Powers commands the respect of every
oae who beard him speak. Clese and
respectful attention was given him
Tnosa who expected to hear political
rarangues wero disappointed. , lilt
three addresses were men a most earn
est appoal for tha education ol the
' In the iclonco of government
This work li a needed one and wa hav
the right ohc in the right place. Many
people join with me la thankirg you
fjr aligning daks for him to Sarpy
Much has been done by the Alliance
to eJucatj the cutm, but there la mil
krr worn uo, ana jou make no
mistake In krfplug th Htata lecture
at all en of tho )ar In th 8-ld to
con'huisi the work, ! am lu'.Med much
gottl will re.ult.
y-V all "krrp la v mMU if th
r i" ai d cut 'jti ct the gru,
Your fr't nlif,
Cm a a Now xm.
Head Quarter People's Party 5th,
Hastings. Neb.. June 15. 1894.
The People's Independent party ele&
tors of the Fifth congressional district
of Nebraska are hereby requested to
send delegates from their respective
counties to a convention called to meet
in the city of Hold red ce oa Tuesday,
the 14th day of August, 1804, at 10 a. to,
said convention is caned lor the pur
pose of placing ia nomination a Peo
ple's Independent party candidate for
Congress in tne Fifth congressional dta
tnct and to transact such otner bust
nsss as may properly come before
The basis of representation will
follows: On 3 delegate at large from
each county, and one for every one
nunarea votes or major fraction tuereof
cast lor uon. bllas A. Holcombtor su
preme judge In 1893. The various coun
ties are entitled to representation as
Adams 12 Gosper
Chase 5 Hall
Clay 14 Harlan
Dundv 5 Hayes
Franklin 9 Hitchcock
Frontier ' 9 Kearney
Furnas 11 Nuckols
Perkins 6 Phelps
Red Willow 8 Webster
It la recommended
that no proxies beallowed and that del
egates present be entitled to cast the
full vote ot their countv.
Feancis Phillips, H. B, McGaw,
People' Independent Party Con-
The People's Independent party convention
of tbe Sixth congressional district of the state
of Nebraska, is hereby called to meet at
Broken Bow, Neb., August 13, 1893, at 8 o'clock
p m , for the purpose of placing in noralna
Hon ene candidate for congrea for the Sixth
congressional dlstriot of Nebraska, and for the
transaction of such other biwlnasn as may
properly come before the convention. The
basU vt representation will be one delegate
for each county at large, and one for each 100
votes or major fraction thereof cast
snas a. Hoicomb for supreme Judge in 1893
The several counties will be entitled to repre
sentation as follows:
"For Bale," "Wanted,""ForExchange."and
small advertisements for short time, will be
charged three cent per word for each inser
tion. Initials or a number counted as one
word. Cash with the order
If you WABa anything, or have anything that
anybody else "wants," make it known through
this column. It will pay.
Interior Decorative Company
' ARE A PART OF THE PEOPLE.
They Don't Want the Earth
They don't expect to get rich out of every cus
tomer that comes in. They want to deal with
you so that
YOU WILL COME BACK
HET vowr neighbor to subscribe for Tm
and send yeur friends. ;
In Carpets, Wall Paper, Curtains
In PaintinQ, Frescoing and Deco
WE ARE BEYOND COMPETITION. IN PROOF OF THIS LET FACTS
Best all wool extra supers,.-.. 59c
Wall paper. ..... .... ,. 6c
Our line is too extensive to think of enumerating. Rat wa will pIaH ahnw
you through and explain everything An honest investigation into our methods
means a customer every time. fTDon't forget the place.
230-238 So. 11th St.. LINCOLN, NEB.
WMd. EMvnri Malar? PaUL
inom.oriotr..l. '1'cui rurai.lm)
" 0. VJUUOU, aiwutitU.,
IftOR 8ALR-lflO acres near Lincoln, S,800.00,
1 Party must sell. OllltJan JnveatmentCo ,
iWANT TO TItADKa good piano for a good
bngy horse. Mum be getnle. Addrcwi,
a. i uiins, imc rvenita 3aKm, Lincoln, web,
busl- raOR SALK-fjr,od farms noar Lincoln, and r-r--ire
it. F throughout Neb, If you want to lorate, Z,
De RB write GUlllan InveHtment Co., Lincoln, Neb. I
TIT ANTED Twenty thonnand new subscri-
1 1 uere to i n ealtu m A K BKS.
FOR BALE OB EXCHANGE A neu home
In Lincoln. Can take laud in exchatiKo,
by the committee
mlNGLEY & BUKKEyT, attorneys at-law.
HAVJS YOU anything to sell or tradef Then
advertlite tbe fact through this column
ana oe surprised at tne result.
CIOR S ALE-8J acres near Lincoln. Very low
WANTED Fire and cyclone ftpents. Good
pay. J. Y. M. bwlgart, Bec'y, Lincoln,
WANTED-Ten farms of 180 acres each, lo
cated r adjoining near together; want
faa. nave colony or tn
InyeBtwent Co., Lincoln,
l .iO u
7M ilAm '
. . . . WRITE
E R. GUTHRIE,
1540 O ST.,
each nattly lmiuoved.
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vm o Bt
BURKETT, atrorneys-at law,
Lincoln, cb. Aksiracts ex-
Prospectus of the New Song Book
for the People.
The editor of The Wealth Makers has devoted his
WXkond tX" d C?wo h8t two years to the preparation of a book of songs such as is needed to edu.
. Those wUo can iilar soma instrument I cafe, unite, arousa And InanfrA thn vrn tilth malr tthA .v..(Mi
' 7 tr" u wu.ua a? v a-uv WVUU 1U LUt'ii IUM
pending conflict with the wealth takers. The battle before us is the battl
of the ages, the Armageddon of prophecy, the last great confflct betwfi
greed and goodness. It is the organized brotherhood of riirht. against th.
legalized despotism of might. Truth has been spreading, love has bee a
growing, fraternal organization has been extending; fond tbe Increasing op-
baisns. Those who can play some instrument
KivHu preference, uniy sober men waniea
Aaaress, suiing taiary.
II EN Hi M.UCKINH.
Nebraska City, Neb
LiOR SALE Houses and lots in Lincoln and
F in all the college suburbs, acre tracts near
Box Butte 6,Llin
Banner 3) Logan
Keya Paha 4
Liiucom , 12
the street car line, pleasant homes in all parte
of the city. Addrena or call urion Gillilan In-1
fioormLnconNeb r 1Ub and t"rMW,rouna Pres8ion monoPoly P0" Is in ttesa closing years of tha 19th century pre
J : cipitatlnz the final etrucrele. That it mav be a nfl ana fill nnHtlnnl
Ticut'UuirR mi . I . . . . w
H uih , bXT advert ;ST neSltm in agtwe and pray; but whether peaceful or otherwise it cannot bo averted, it
frt I HHr dnn't; 1nrat ts t,M thmn whsra t, I
ava " - mvnvw vuaa hvbu ituuu j uu butt m . m a a -. .
i thuti. t rwi . ' i iriPtnnur afinrr nnnu l a m rA in mi " m a itinTiAia a mr t . ...
KQ I it-- I -.w.wt. wwaa, o w w VHUGU aniUAUaUUi 1 H6 DODrT Will POn
tain about 70 Hongs for the times, over half of them new, and half of tha r
are nenny new &na iaraous, ana tno remainder are most carefully lelecteiL
cuwjcn ot tne numDers are a series ot songs sent out by the writer twn v
ago in sheet music form, under the general title of "Sonirs of thaPwik
The titles of the songs which Armageddon will contain are In nart a. fnt
Corner 13th and 0 su.. Lincoln, Neb.
Cbeyenne SiMcPhersou S
Cherry 6 Rock 8
Cu6ter IB Sherman 9
Dawes... 7 Sheridan 1(1
uawMon l.i Sioux 3
Deupl fi Scads Bluff. a
wrant KThnmu . .. I
uarueld 3j Valley 8
vr i ticicy,,,,,, ....,, 0!
The Only State Bank In the City.
WE SOUOIT FARMBUS BCIIRIS3.
f. E. Shaw, Prest. O.M. Cbawobd. Cash
WM. FtTLLKKTOH, V. P. W. E. TAViiOK, A. CttSb
GET OFF THE EARTH.
THE RALLYING SONG.
TRUTH'S APPROACHING TRIUMPH
Wheeler i .... 2 Or ly 8 1 .00 required to paper wallsof room IF I WERE A VOICE, No. 1,
iiw recommended that no pioxlos be ad
mltted but that delegates present cast the full
vote of their respective counties.
J. H Edmisich, Chairman.
J. W. Ellinoham, Sec.
15x15 IucIuoIuk border. Stud lOn. dobihkb anil
Total 211 gei, Free 1 00 beautiful Hainplee. and utilde
hllw to paper. Awnte larpe (.ample book 11.00
1 16.00 order. Write quick,
1620-24 Douglas bt , OMAHA, NEB
$100 Reward, 9100.
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r au r. th tl It UUa ..(Hr et lot 11
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Notice la herbv elven that hv vir tlA rf an I
order of siiloisHued by Joseph Wurzburgactinff
"""'j jwwo numu aim uir i.ancafcier countv, I
T , "" wuereiu Moen y junieiUH plain
tiff, and Herman Goldnmiih isdcfendautl will,
at 8 o'clock f. M , on the SOth day at Jtine
. U , 1894, at the Windsor Mablea, No. HiSO L
ivet.ir, the cl y of Lluco n. I.nm ijir. i.iniv
enraHka. ffer for haIh at tmhiin un..iinn ,..'.
fOlloWlDlf demuillMd vrwula , ,.l,o,..,l ... .....
... , n " " " ..UKIlDia mi
One horse, one ipriug wagon and oue uet of
j11 "nder my hand this isth day of June,
lisW, fmeo A. Miu.ik,
The Leadiflff Conaarvatnrv of America.
Foumied bv lh-. K Tmini. Cm 1,'i.it.w I)i
llluslrned Calendar givine foil inlonnation Irre.
Sew Kimlaud t onnertatorr ot Xuiie. Iluitea.
Notice Ii hereby Riven, that by vi'tue of an
w, , i.ii eu 1 it hip den, 0f lna ditfid
Z"l b.e. bM 11rlrt of Ncbra"..
within and fur Laucaater County , In an auiloi!
he flu Kebecea A. VVeha, and ji, M. Wcbe
a e plaintiff and Charts C. Munmm i at. 1,1
d.fei '4ij, I will, t S o cl.K-a p. m., V, the
'M oay 01 JUiy, A IX ihui, at th ei door of
thei-ourt liue hi the city tt Lincoln, U ..
tpr rountf.Ni.brH.ua, off. r for mIh at imblm
aiu tUu the following destTluod real eaUte to-
l.' l mm lur run Hi tn vi... i. ..1... .
,,, , . . : . " ""'n.'r uuiw 11.
. ,v"i , wi mil it c.irlu.r.iie limit.
ll'tlll y. .Nel.laaKa,
iv.n iimtermy hand thU irtth dav of June,
BOOKS IXn TIIK MASSES.
at sa. aa a. X. f
IF I WEriE 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,
W E HAVE THE TARIFF YE r.
THE TAXPAYERS SETTLE THE
A POLITICIAN HERE YOU SEE.
THE MILLENNIUM ARMY.
THE FLAG OF LI BERTY.
THE ALARM BEAT.
THE ASTOR PRINCE.
THE WORKERS' BATTLE HYMN
THE COAL BARON'S SONG.
SONG OF TBK MINERS.
RIGHT SHALL REIGN.
THE ONLY ROAD TO FREEDOM.
BECAUSE HE LOVE-?.
JEANS PANTS A-COMIN'.
THE KINGDOM OF THE BEAST.
THE TIME OF DEUTERONOMY.
LOSSES AND LIES.
THE PAUPER'S LAST SMOKE,
BILLY GRIMES THE DROVER.
SUNRISE ON THE HILLV
THE COMING KINGDOM. '
PLENTY OF ROOM.
THE TRULY GREAT.
CALLING THE COWS.
VOICE OF THE MOONLIGHT
RAIN UPON THE ROOF.
TOIL SHALL SOVEREIGN BE.
A DROWNING CRY.
DREAM AND REALITY.
THE HOME OF LIBERTY.
AMERICAN NATIONAL HYMN(ne
SOUND THE TOCSIN.
ENGINE OF REFORM a .
ONLY A PENNY A LOAF.
USE UP THE LAST DOLLAR.
OUR LINE OF DEFENSE, j
IT STUCK IN II IS CROP.
HARK THE BATTLE CRY IS RING
THE HOPE OF THE AGES.
THE MARCH OF THE WOHKKitS.
BATTLE II Y M N OF I H E W KONG KI
MOLLY AND THE BABY.
ON TO WASHINGTON.
Get tho books tnd our f pr u fiut
jv vo into utt Dandsol lb peopla,
MeaUf, buy, read tnd olrcuUt.
Bu viMors to is.
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Tho !ove name-d ing hre moet of hro been t t new rat:! fu
tbo autiior an4 compiler by half dozen Tory rzcellool cntUpter la Lincoln, and
Chkajjo. Bat dozen or o of tho ong hf b beti written b tbn cd:tf r of Tm
WAt,T MAKERS to be jlrtsl to world cI.br.d lu!WiFrrch. Q, -rm-n
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