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About The Wealth makers of the world. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1894-1896 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1894)
Jt-e 3 a, 1894 I
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
i. jct tor some workers to have more and
otfcerf ' tban their need, la not po-
I S1W .UJUUUIJ.
' r ,
Our Father, means a democracy in the
iroductton and distribution of wealth.
o shut out mutualism, to tout out
therhood. from a railway office, or a
factory, or a legislative hall, or a court
CI adjustment and penalty, or a sociw
room, or a religious institution, Is to
hut out tbe live and deny the reign of
Gdd. Tbe plutooracy which has en
throned itself as lord of industrial
America not only give", s lwuacque
Hie says, "tbe worst masters the world
asej seen," but rejects tbe father
hood or God ana aenies me oivme kov
ernment of tbe world; it erounds society
in practical atheism, and realizes both
the tyranny of egotism and the anarchy
of selfishness. "
A. CAPITALIST 8 PEAKS.
K James Brlsben Walker, a wealthy
A ' ' nd influential New Yorker, writes in
I the Cosmopolitan Magazine: "If one
Vtj would study tbe justice of a system of
political economy, let him surrender
bis vested rights of property and take
his place among those whom tbe sys
tem crushes, whoa labor it devours
and whose reward for labor is a bare,
:( Joyless existence. We who have the
I money can reason speciously regarding
the Justice of our laws, tbe excellence
of our system of government. Tbe la
boring man can only groan in spirit.
He has not hitherto bad tbe power ef
his vote, notwithstanding our boasted
Wprctrtative government, because
bis brothers in tbe agony which pov-
rty brings, in tbelr effort to teKeve
be Lnd to meuth miseries o! their ex-
steecn. have sold at each election this
llrtb right for tbe merest taste of pot-
jpKX-ot the outrages of ihe week psst,
r (.,. ik muiiilLiI fn imuit tt ..lamps
CijjHDpbell, n oi respected oWzen of
WiecKy. The policeman wborrested
5IW probably hadn't 14 anf thing to
J4o for atew days and wanted to show
i. HSHWUlflDUril. vujyw m
A eir! Lia nuimeil to he. frit, in talk I or
y Tat,' her ioud with a friend until a crowd;
f id gathered, which tfce police order
VI dispersed. After the crowd had dis
persed, the police orcered Mr. Camp
111 to get of! the sldewaHi which be
ted to do, when the patrol we
mooed and be was taken to ttoe
on. "He was bowover-aooa released
out trial. It was another ctm Ot
Jey(keep eff the grass."
V One of the nosi diabolical outrage.,
ever perpetrated by officers of the law
was that of kidnapping, beating nd
tarring and feathering of Adjutant
General Tarsney at Colorado Springs a
few days since. General Tarsney was
tbe legal adviser of tbe miners during
their recent trouble et Cripple Creek,
ad Is supposed to have aroused the
bitter enmity of the deputies while in
that capacity and also that of being
with' General Brooks when the depu
ties were prevented from charging
.upon the miners at Cull Hill. A full
account is given elsewhere.
Froi H. II. HiATO, superintendent
ofiCaster county, was a welcome, caller
at tha office of The Walth itiKtRa
a short time ago. He bad juHt returned
.from the jolty of Washington, and was
Y'bookfutl of information as to what
is not doing but ought 'to do.
" a,Vml!n Prnf. (tint t. lii a. man atinm
our party will delight to 'honor in tbe
future, 'lie is a "heavy weight," phy
filcallv. ihorally, and snentally nd if
i w ' I - '
songrf ssihan Kem refuses a nomination
Ills fall, if rof. Hlatt would 11 his place
with, verjf great credit to our party.
Let us Lave govern meet banks -ope
rated by eleottd officials of the people,
the ia defeats of the people, and pper
k'mney Isaued by tbe goverosnent direct
V) tbe people t oot, which ahallsxi
Utgal tender i"g all debta publlo and
J ' utr.!-fS'fc,.!"i'les and aliens a-bo
kla't like t'' j of money, whkru
tthecanno get out of this
I country toSjirt congenial eiaw
f country to jj
I where ibeM-
Ivanced system of
cure to Its people
1 . UrrVald come to our
ILfabie tbls v,(v new management
r i d okangytca. It l now a
itf pull py tha well koowa
i! tu oN.J-toa at lU bead as
l'a! Jill' or. Mfon, as many of cur
'y..adr kwjlto P,c rir;
wh H iisrald may be able
ulln. "liik local politics
Lhe (lt.,rvhriiaf bHUorto talstod,
the psrii Imt Uiii'acttoa of all who
root 10 Ui trw,a Da) 0Cw eoir
lis .an ,.i
, as CogrMuia MslkUjuba and
rs of h4 party main Vain, raUat
(ffMUM aavllac uf prprUy
Nbraia U wrttloly pntsperuus;
aecaa tktatef 1 1 . "4 per eaolu la
ilrveuual lauther words, w have
iiau nuirlgags to the awouatof
far evsry bttao. wotuaa aa4 vhiU la
'ak. Aall thU does tot tot lode
aurntoua si un of tHualy, prlav
lnl bondkohattal iitorgaot, auf
j i" I jrwt y.vaahb a
HI X N4tUa'i t',TOutmlt ubllthd
ill i.latua, 1 C, saji: "We van,
V , tMtji Uut th d!tmiHa a
1 ahd ly Uuwga ral.leall p a
7 'uto, wuii ticiarii is a
result of his examinations 'that tpG 030
000 of the capital stock of the Union
Pacific Railroad Company repr isents
an actual investment of but 2 cen on a
dollar, and that the outstanding :onds
represents a construction profit of near-
The people of Kansas will vote upon
the question of female Huffrage In
the coming fall election. The Peoples
Independent party of that state ha en
dorsed the pending amendment, which
makes it almost certain that it will
carry. , Will the party in Nebraska In
corporate into Its platform at the com
ing convention, tbpt part of its princi
ples which speaks unequlocally la hvor
of equal rights?
A LETTEii from Hon. W. L. Greon ef
Kearney, authorizes us to say that, any
announcement for him to speak outside
of Kearney on tbe 4th of July, Is with
out authority from blm. lie wishes in
justice to himself and tbe people to
make this publlo in those places where
he has been advertised to speak on that
The last census shows that in tbe
(ant preceding ten years Nebraska bas
made the wonderful growth in popula
tion of 234 per oent. Proud as we are
of this phenomenal growth, we can but
admit that it bas been eclipsed by its
real estate mortgages wbich Increased
381 percent, in the same time-
I , , . ', - -i
Tub frequent ralas in tk-o eastern
half of the state are doing much good;
and an occasional rea in tbe western
part in reviving bopa that a crop may
yet be raised. It is too lat for anything
like a full crop; but a cros sufficient to
meet tbe absolute neon Hies of Ufevoay
Tait remark ti! G jvernor CrowDta at
tbecloiecf Dr. Herron a oration was
not only a dixoourtcous and uncalled-for
attack upon tbe -Hpesfoer; but was
direct , insult to Chancellor Canfield
who had suggested tbe subject und in
vlted the speaker, tendering blm a free
Tub number of resl estate mortgages
made In the United States in gained
more than 00 per cent, upon those made
in 1880; and tbe amount of debt incurr
d more tban 166 per cent. (During tbe
same time the population increased less
tban 26 per cent. See us prosper!
The esistlog debt of 1890 over that of
1880 increased proportionately three
times more tban wealth did and six
times mope tban population. This is
one of Superintendent Porter's proofs
of prosperity.; taken from census bulle
tin Ho. 64.
Two heavy wind and rain storms
have swept over .Lincoln within the
past week, -doing quite a considerable
damage to -chimneys, out-houses and
shade tree. Tbe back-bone of the dry
weather scorns to be completely broken,
at least is these parts.
AccoaotNG to tbe last census report,
there is in KTansas one real estate mort
gage in force to every five individuals
of the population; in Minnesota, Colo
rado and Nebraska, one to seven, and
in Iowa, one to eight.
The Cbicttfro Times 1h ,iu1ntaken in
part ia Haying editorially that Prof.
Herron "wj rebuked by the prCKldont
of tbe college and tbe governor of the
state." Chaacollor Caofie'd is a man
and a gentleman.
It is hardly to be expected that
well fed, well clothed, well sheltered,
well salaried, tuucb complimented, roan
favored Individual would be willing to
admit things are sot just what they
For ont dollar U4 Ul tend fto Utalth
Malm to tin M$btcribmfor Ua irttlt.
Cam two young children Ui thsir mother's
was quite litils ami ibohr btgi,
Aadach In freedom ralmly blird himself
(Oat was a l-i.
1 be foad fre aud plsuiy for them buik,
naiooa was rather dull aud very am ill
tha big smarter bratkor, nothing kith,
tl took It all.
At bkb ! llttla fellaw raised yell
Which tired thsmhsr wore astheiit tars:
Ha - klHi a erost aa4 thsra a she.l
Testes hi tear.
He itv with srUle, la Manr eslm aaj blaaJ,
flatting tha athsr hui.sr adsllgat;
lia gav with Btiy hi full lM baud
Ills from ha right.
Ha gats a e -O h!wl Charity
Urm sm Md beautiful a thing II la'
Mw gas Hi s that big by gl lag Ire
What was aut his'
-Casaw.TTS asait rera
$100 Howard, $100.
Ik i4 ur.i uui.,r i i he ti.,d iu
that there I dWi uu Urs.it ,H
that nwme k Iwa stile l i a.v m aU It
4 u4 tsai li t'aiaiih lUll s taUi'k
t'ueHlheity -l vut Swawii
Mi Jl , lraiari.li t t rife U-intf a ,n,tl
tkutsl ! iiMnii!'ail'l n
etvMt M n (l aiaira t ( t. k.n ii,wui r
a nrf .lim t im tse 1.1 a l nvt ,t i .t
I. mi I'l U xoiii ialir tlHkrtf4 nm
tHt'.al.. l t jiwag,, sal m t
li. Itt .11,1, lh .r l.uil.liuil ( MMlwK a
. a imrf h,ht it- tu tl -r )
(M..fi. a-a (at. h 'a a la turae
jt thai th !l t M ,HJ,. ,
afci ataat H IIU iuti u4 M ital
wl ies. it. .alaia I
. r J ttiavit t,i4t .tt
t . If tftttt. t Ww
WANTED-Ever body to watch this column
(or real entHte bargains. If jrou do not
sea what you want writ In and we will got It
lor Sale Kigbty ecrta near Lincoln; party
must veil, inane an oiwr.
lor Sale Two farms of 180 aers, one of M0
acre near unc.in, very tow.
TJor Exchange Business lot on O atreet (or
M: good farm in eastern Neb.
FT Exchange Six room bonne and corner
lot In Lincoln; could take equity In land
or live stock.
lor Exchange-Neat eottagehome In Lincoln;
could take land as nan payment.
For r.xchautce Stock In an enterprise of
much bromine, for good piece of farm
Tantd Everybody to seed description and
price of any property luey wuu to sell
Gillllan Investment Co.,
I'eotile's Independent I'artr Con
'1 bs People's Independent party convention
of iba bit tb cooKrcaslonai district of tha state
at Nebraska, Is berehy called to meet at
Broken flow, Neb , August IS, mi, at o'clock
p m , for tba pnrpoae of placing In nomina
tion ane candidate for congress for tbe Blxtti
oonKresslonal district of Nebraska, and for tba
traaaactlon of such othor buslnvts as may
properly co.ue before the coavention. Tba
bawls af representation will Iw ona dHlt-KUte
for each county at larga, and ona for each 100
eoief or uisJar fraction t hereof oast fos
ailasA.Hoicombrornui'rttie JudRO In IW
Tlit several countfM will be entitled to reprs
sen li lou as f olio wa :
Arthur,.. ,,, lilliAvaid
. I Key a Paha 4
4 Uncotn.... 12
a Ckup ,, u
uimrry ...... ,.
a Hik U
Uawes , V
DawMjU ,,.f J
Sioux ,, ..,. 8
Thomas . , ,. I
Uarlleld , 3
Urwley , fl
HKker. , 1
Ills recoinoionded that no piotkis be ad
miuA tut that dfiteKates preimut cast tba full
votctf tbelr respective 6ouns,
J. H TAtmmtM, Chairman,
J. W. K'.lisoham. 8ec.
ts regular fare will be charged 4th rrf
July excursionists on Union Pacific
Moefl. See your nearest U. P. A gen
far dates of sale and limits or tickets,
BOOK FOR TBE MASSES.
Get these 'books and our paper as laai
s you can into um tiands at tha peepls
Mends. (Buy. read artf oircnisate.
Oflres all orders to tba
Wealth Makers Pun. Co.,
Tbe New Redemption .10.73
A i'lea For the Gospel 75
Civilization's Inferno. 50
Looking Backward.. fiO
Tbe J3"s and tbe Fleas.. M
Ai; A Moolal Vision 50
Co-Operative Comnnonwealtb .f0
II Curlsvuame to Ubicago........ ..'jU
Ilrlven From tf? a to Sea r0
London Money 1'ower. , .25
Error Id Our Monetary System
vA tbe m&meas. Z'
8U Centuries of Work and Wages .25
Seed rime and Harvest. 2.j
ilood-Hoders and Bread- Winners .25
A Better Financial (system, or
Government Uanks. .2T
Tbe Duties of Mao .15
Ten Men of Money Island.. li)
Stock well's Had Boy 10
Seven Financial Conspiracies 10
Attractive lieawice Chautauqua,
(J le fare for the round trip June Xllet
to J uly 4tb. Special trains ou Sunday,
July Is', via tbn Union Pacific leave
LI coco at 9 a m.
From l'laina lo I'eakn.
There's a description in a nut shell of
the journey to Hot Springs, S.' D. via
tbe HurUogtlon lloule.
It'suaewt the pleasaateat ill pa ico
Rates to Hot Springs are low, very
low, now. Why not spend a week or
The Burlloeton's local cirmt will
gladly give you full Information about
not borings, ana also ir you ask tor it
a beautifully illustrated (older.
G. P. A T A.
Oeneral Wravsr'a Neliratka Date.
General Weaver U to spvak July Sad
at a great pleala and barbecue gather
tig a' Goodrich Grove, centrally Ik
-d for tbe mopte of Xhr counties
rVtck, Hrown and Kya Paha,taatUod
'be grove Is 12 luUel north of Long
'ln a twautlfut place on tha Niabrar
IU also swais at ValenUoa, Neb.,
July 3rd, and at it ultt Hie July Uh,
l'rtM)t!lgeir l.at Natlunal Cimn.
ThtMHt drslrlPjf eopUa of the prwed-
sga of tha last supreme 1'iKtwll t the
National Alliance and amendsd vuesil
t4lWa, caa gvt theut at S oaau a ooy,
bound tvthr, ly adJreaslag Cwl. l,
, lacau, t4ati'l at. w,
l.aavaste tVtMHtl la r,
The l.atair t'ouaty Arlaltural
AasotMaUust will hold Ha aaauat fair at
t litau fair grvuala Htutbair T W
1 taUsl Tha prvwiU iiM a
bow wm tau caa m baa ti in tHi
ur;. Juba J, Italian -ra-r I. vata)rr
d f trVU j
"' ' ' - I
fV!l ... Il.. V a. ....
.... imwiw a o
cariia.'. a. afon. UMts and ali
(arm liti plants n vt. V ut yyit rlf V -
wllilaD jQvcstfflcnt m
If you have a hog.
If you have cow.
I If you have a horse,
If you have a farm,
or anything else that yon wsnt to sell, and
don't know Juki where you can and a buyer
The Wealth Makers,
and von wl'l be most aereably aurpiised at
tbe result. Write for advertising rates to
WEALTH HIKERS PCR. CO..
Li -coin, Neb
Hm Cent Column.
"For Bala," "Wantd,'"'KorExchange."and
small advertlHt-nieuu for short time, will be
chared throe cents per word tor each Inser
tion. Initials or a number counted as one
word. Cash with tbe order i
If you want anything, or have anything that
anybody elxe "wants," make It known through
this column. It will pay,
GBT your ndKhbor to
WlAl.TII M H Kit.
aubscrlbe for Tna
anu& Ubaral Malarf PmUL
ailraaMoriotiawl. Tua, lurl,hM
ir. r. o, viuutav, ausaH,s.
IJIOIl 8AI- IrtO seres near Incoln.jK'.IMiooo,
m: rat ty must sen. uuiiiau investiiieuiCo
1WANT TO TRADK a good plnno for a ifood
. hunuy borrm. Must be itv. AdilrxsM,
a. louug, cars wesun aner, uiiroiu. ell
CtOli HALK i(Mid farms near Lincoln, and
v inronannut nhu if you want to locate,
writ Miimati invemtluiui u. J.iucoln, Ket,
ItTANTKO -Twenty thoiiMiind new aubscrl
T uers votii wBai.ru MAKiaa. .
TjlORHALKOIt KXCHANOK-A nett horn
A1 In Muruiii, Can take laud In exchatiKu
uiiiuan iiiveHimeut uo., Lincoiu, Net), mil
INUf.KV t HUKKKIT attorneys-atlaw,
iwo u nt., biucoiu, woo.
HAVK YOU anything to sell or trader Then
advertise tbt fact through ibis column
sua oe eurprisna at tue result.
CIO It HALK-SJ acres near Lincoln. Very low
ir Tan atones, unman investment no,
llfANTIClJ lire sud cyclone airenw, (JkKid
v pay. t. Y. M. awigart, Hce'y, Lincoln
Neb. 1 ,mf
llTANTKIi Ten farms of 11 acres each, lo.
vv cau-d r adjoining war uwnihari want
Have colony of Un
xnvesunent Co,, Lincoln
miN'iLKY ft H1JRKI0TT, atrorneys at-law,
x. "w u at,, Lincoln, . Aasiracis ex.
ltrANrisiU-Tbree male slars
?T iltfO work-swiid tnor
binn. 'J'hosn who cati ylay sums testrumerit
giveu nmw. iwny somrr tneii wauma
Address, atuug salary.
. Nebraska City, Neb
LIOR HALE Hrtuses and lots In Lincoln and
P In all t be colIeK" Miibtirbs, acre trails near
the smwtcar Una, pleasant boines In all parti
of tbe city. AdilresHrcall uiion Ulllllan In
vitsMunntCo .corner ill 1 1) au4 r streets, ground
noor, uncoin, nun.
EEMEMUEK that Tfl WaaLTO M4KCHS
Is tbe twin alverilHlug medium In
thH went 1 when writing to aay of our adver
tisers don't forget to tell tbem where you saw
Capltad 4 OOf OOO-
Ootaer ISth and O Bta Lincoln, 'sb.
The Only Stat Bank In the City.
wa solicit raaaiau annaiss.
n. E. Bw. Prest. C M. CaAwroKD, Caah
WM, FULLKaTOM, V. P. W. St. TaVLOH, A. CaHb
Op Iv a I .OO retiulred to wokt wallnof room
15x1s. luuluuiiiK boidnr. Hrnd iuc. ttoDtage aad
KiFree I OO beautiful hhuipIhh and Kiilde
Mw to iapr AKnts lartre nurnple book 11.00
Free wita a so.uu oiour. write quick.
1(1 J0 2 DotiKlaoSt, OMAHA, NEB
The Lcainff Canaarvatarv nf America.
Founded by lr. E.Toure. Carl F ABLTBN, Ilirecior,
lllmlrated Calaadsr Riving fall information ire.
w Kalaa4 teasorralary af alf , Buslaa,
Nolle Is brMby given that by vlr ua of an
order of ssle Issued byJoaeih V urzburg acting
l ouuiy juutie wnniu snu mr aiivaatur cottntv,
In ail a. UilU wlmtKlll IIkTIW JtitiM ll la Main.
Urt. Slid tlerman Uoldiiiillb Ud.lMiulai ll 1H,
ttorl'X'k f. M . on lb fuh day af June,
I) . I'M. ai tl W lllilaor Mal.'s.. No It '.U L
nirret.ln lhe el y nf I.I mo u, l.auruUircuiiv,
Mebraaka. ifer fur aale at )Uiiilit aui'tlurt ibv
f illitig dmcillMMt tHHta and t-httieta lo wit
Hie hute one in lug wsguu and ou act of
ulvvii im.lrr my hand Ihta uth day of June,
l.. wl. f ai.li A. Mlla.H,
'sHeMie-r sals. '
N!l a I ht, given, thai br vi tu of sn
ur.Ur ' aale l-'i.l ay tic lr i.f ih diin. i
ruiaf'k bird Jmln la I illairkl of Nsurass,
jihlii ami f t.iiralt t;ou ay, In an utftlou
he elu UrbWTi A Mbraiid Join at .tr
a lalunnaul t'bsrlea C Muuti.ii ( al, a-e
dfiaaeia I will, at i un a l, ui . uu iba
tlh tlav nl July, A l. !, st ! saat . -r of
be unlit bu la lbs lijr i f l,iu.-..,u. I auvs
tr OMt.tK, Ni-iifaaa. t.ffrf (ur sala s ''.'.'
a. Uaa tha full.. lug dwrlb4 lal vital to;
.i 4 U" bar Id In M.a-b b.ivl.ar Rlue.ti
lit M.iuut l'u.il i but tka .i ria limiu
ol ii,aii.. I ulrniy 1'iai. lu Mu.aawr
i.l , S.I'IHII,
,i.i uit.ivi uiy haa l hi l-Uh da of Junr,
A I'.iwl l aaf A. Miti sM
"Life In a leoa."
Tolb- invalid or ovr aorkrd ua
or tima wht irl v U-fc' It to g
lata tha limpid Itraltug tWr, and M
h tti livamtful Varied and grant!
twrurf itt and around II it ni.r tg . J
H It , I Ikii artmd o and nui !
Tiii I'f tvlag. on a'tv,l lr, .ritt
d, a i uB la IN hi i4 a1ra '
id tti. i ix.ni'aat tnr-. n tvm ad !
! Ua'hV'iU ll of Kw-r la a UU) t
iw,uX.,t a;L and u......i.a. .
I,,- rt , lha l ak. I.,,,
.W.I. I .1 . .... 4 . I
turtu'viistt tar. ot
A, a) l iti inxa
l ilf Tkt Agt, : Hi .Hnttat,
Prospectus of the New Song Book
for the People.
Tho editorof Tux Wealth Makers has devoted his spate time during tha
last two years to the preparation of a book of songs such as is needed to eds
cute, unite, aroutie and inspire the wealth makers of the world in their lm
pending conflict with the wealth takers, The battle before us Is thebattla
of th ages, the Armageddon of prophecy, the last great cod (let between
greed and goodness. It is tho organized brotherhood of right, against tba
let: all zed despotism of might. Truth has boen spreading, love has beea
growing, fraternal organization has boen extending; and the Increasing op
prestion cf monopoly power Is in these closing years of t'ae 19th century pre
cipitating tbe final struggle. That it may bo a peaceful political conflict mm
aftitate and pray; but whether peaceful or otherwise It cannot be averted, tt
cannot be longer delayed.
The new song book is to bo called ''Armaoeddos.'1 The book will con
tain about 70 songs for the times, over half of them new, and half of the real
are nearly new and famous, snd the remainder are most carefully selected.
Fifteen of tbe numbers are a series of songs sent out by the writer two yean
ago in sheet mutio form, under the general title of "Songs of tbe People."
Tbe titles of the songs which Armageddon will contain are In part as fe
GET OFF THE EARTH.
THE RALLYING BONO.
TUUTI 18 A PPIIO ACII INO TRIUM PH
IP I WERE A VOICE, No. 1.
IF I WERE A VOICE, No. 2.
HAYSEED IN HI8 HAIK.
SONS OF AMERICA.
THAT HONEST DOLLAR
THE NINETY AND NINE (New).
THE WEAKEST MUST GO TO THE
WALL. , f .
GOD SAVE TH E PEOPLE.
WK HAVE THE TARIFF YET.
THE TAXPAYERS SETTLE THE
A POLITICIAN HERE YOU SEE.
THE MILLENNIUM ARMY.
TH E FLAG OF LIUEUTY.
THE ALARM BEAT.
THE ASTOB PRINCE.
THE WORKERS' BATTLE HYMN
THE COAL BARON'S SONG.
BONO OF TBE MINERS. .
RIGHT SHALL REIGN. '
THE ONLY ROAD TO FREEDOM.
BECAUSE HE LOVE.
JEANS PANTS A-COMIN'.
THE KINGDOM OF THE BEAST. ,
The above named songs have most of them been set to new muaio fa.
the suthor and compiler by a half dozen very excellent coin nosers In Lincoln an
Chicago. But a dozen or so of the aongs have been written by the editor of Thi
Waalth Makers to be joined to world oalebrated tunes -French. nrm.
Austrian, English and Sootch-suoh tunes as Tho Marscllalse, Die Wacht A
Rheln. Austrian National Air, German Fatherland, Robin Adair, &c.
j. ne aoove songs are solos and quartettes with piano preludes and aacomna.no.
monts, also many for mixed voices. The muslo of most of tbe ongs is easy and
the more difficult can be handled by good voices with thrilling, wonderful effect
Gen. C. U. Howard of Chicago, editor of the Farm, Fkld and Fireside e.
pressed himself in tbe following words of praise and apiwdaMon In w.vu'-iJ
the fifteen songs which have formed the
' It bas been left to Mr. Geonre Howard Olhson tn tntrnrim.. . i
the sonys of the party, and to write a
urpasfed by any in our literature for loftiness of motive aud real merit from a
literary point of view, while at the tame time they are not at all lacking in th!
musical quality which must aecessarilv be nreatnt hfor an JL.
chord of popularity They are remarkable for tbelr fervid paHou.m and broad
humanity. In fact, f the Feople'g party rises to the patriotic levl of these
songs, we have little doubt of its ultimate sucoess as a party. The innn atriir!
tbe whole ooiave of humsn sympathy. Snarltllnir humor. uLwi u "?. v.T.!
sarcami, as well as the loftier Datrlotlo
en ted author.
No higher praise could be given the
said regarding the 70 songs of Armageddon, which include the 15 snd r.mi.h.
much wider range and fuller treatment of the oue,tloa of human Bria ..j
rlghta. They are full of pathos, patriotism and power, and are not lacking la
humor, wit and sarcasm. The book will be readv in a f m
Wealth Makers Publishing Co.
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Tobacco Derspgaj my Stomach and my
Entlrt Narvoua Systara-After Using
No- lo bac 1 Oalned Itatssn
Pounds In Waight,
Mtrint ktmtdt Camp!, Alt. 45 jTjA'
dolph St., Ckieav:
Ukiuna, Ohio, Nov. 21, iml
filiNTt. N - I ustd tobaoju con
atantly frota twenty to forty three; 1
folt w a". must null, or aay stomach
wou.d tw mtlWly gon, I rvad one
of your adwrtlstttuiibu and thought
It a a "fs," but rraolvadta bias
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it at tuntt. The first two wtakt
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E. R. GUTHRIE,
1540 O ST.,
Til E TIM E OFD EUT ERONOM Y.
LOSSES AND LIES.
THE PAUPER'S LAST SMOKE.
BILLY GRIMES THE DEOVER.
SUNRISE ON THE HILL1.'
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(nav
SOUND THE TOCSIN,
ENGINE OF REFORM i
ONLY A PENNY A LOAF.
USE UP THE LAST DOLLAR,
OUR LINE OF DEFENSE, A
IT STUCK IN HIS CROP.
HARK THE BATTLE CRY IS RING
THE HOPE OF THE AGE 3.
THE MARCH OF THE WORKERS.
BATTLE HYMN OF THE WRONG EI
MOLLY AND THE BABY.
ON TO WASHINGTON.
nucleus of Armageddon'
series of natrlotln anno. ,ki.,k
thmea ar t.m,nh.i in ,.n v" ..." ."
IS songs, anl ccrtaiolv as tan-h v-
Cheap Itataa rur she Ith.
Ona fare for t v round trip via the
Sae your nearest U. f. Afaot for par.
Ten tone or MtMlKiN
Won't in you as much good as a k'e
lay at Hot Springs, , the greaKit
health and pleaaura r.ort la the West.
The llurltegtoa't local aa! ut
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rate to 'Uu ta ,Nbai'g, Kaaaaa,
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