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About The Wealth makers of the world. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1894-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1894)
Trampa bmt Missionaries,
til tew plan has been devised to set t
rtrk tie most intelligent among the
It U to turn the tramps Into mission
1 im. These trtmM m Governor Lew-
! Ibx recently said. re "the product -I
aeonomlc conditions." Judge Kelly
cill the same thing of the tramp 01
twenty yean fjo. Hueh McCulloch
thA father of those tramps. He
"hamstrung the nation," as Judge
Kelly expressed It, by contracting we
volume of money after the civil war,
and oonverted two million of soldiers
nd tollera, who have saved the union,
intobeggais, while be tied wd held
s.nwn tha south by the aame process.
"What Hugh McCullooh did from 1366
to WW John 8herman and Grover
Cleveland have done In 1803, only on a
UrirM acale with more consummate
wickedness. By demonetizing silver
nd otherwise conspiring against their
v nuntrv. these traitors have brought os
- to our aecond era of tramps. Let u not
, k tnMM! the traitor are the
M.n to bate and kick and spurn.
The average tramp of today knows
more about political economy than the
reader of the subsidized press,
..i .in make a very good missionary
tjtiat kind ot" heathen. Some of the
ao-calM tram, indeed, are able as
ii .'Meltont men, and could get
work, e la eametimea charged against
w thev would throw other out
t -ork to do It. But they see this
coin t as It la, nd decline to be as mean
s the upper classe." would try to make
I. one of the most intelligent,
temperate and oonrolentlous men In the
ti..t ci.iii Roma months ago he
..ifttAd himself an economic mis
alonary In PennHylvaola, distributing
literature and beginning a work of
which is now "in the air" and which
nB evidently "have
uuuuroue v f r-- -
asm,, heads" all over the country
"tendency ol the times" has been organ
ized and has become tne ir.
oose of a strong and active orgsw.
...... . V.nnnamlt
It Is called ine
The circular of the society oer
motto: "More aioney ,
fn. Pannlo." It says:
"Tbe American Eoouomlo Reform
'"-' vti organic on the 8th of
u?7fe meting being called for
that purpose at the rooms m.suw
4jlety, No. 1202 Pennsylvania Avenue-
WashlDgton, p u-
While reorganizing the need of po
HUoaland economlo reform in many
itiftus.4 the meeting Instantly de-Jfo
ided that tha panto in this country7deifty our tftalM convention until after
i -with the present hard ti-nes, had be
by a --n oi tueir money yu.
ume, partly through the demonetiza
tion of aliver, partly by the audden
withdrawal of circulation and credits
bthe National Banks, and owing in
general to the British-American bank
system, which issues some ten credit
dollars to every one actual motalllo
d llars.yet promUes to "redeem" Its tea
I. O. U'e, (of discounts and bills) In that
one gold piece that can never go around
when really needed.
The Immediate purpose of the Amerl
an Economlo - Reform Society was
therefore declared to be the enlighten
ment of the people in regard to this
grAat confidence-game, which must be
understood and abandoned before any
other economlo reform can possibly be
For a brief statemsnt of Its general
purpose the Society adopted the follow
ing "declaration;" .
"To relieve distress a&d secure pros
perity for all the people we favor more
money, and believe It should be Issued
by the Government and Its volume con
trolled without the intervention oi cor
poratlona. Thus believing and teach
ing, relying upon peaceful and lawful
methods, we call upon all who thus
favor mere money and leu misery to
unite with us for political astlon to se
cure these results."
Steps have been takes to put Into the
field at onoe, several groups of speakers
nd organliers, to furnish them with
-other groups la the different states.
Hera Is the inception of a movement
that la destined to become national.
The American F.:onomlo Reform So
ciety may be sure of support and co
operation on every hind. The time
are ripe for jutt this thing, and the
-ld'bug have made s so poor that
-'k will be eelf -supporting. Men
beet la this direction for a
.lence, H outy that the nest
aa may not be slaves.
We Are on the Verge,
;tat revolution is presage by
ty army. ' -
place upon that balvta
to the Coity army Is the
er of a civil war,
va taa bma niaJeof a prophocy
.i. Wl!iW,fortn4;lyol Salem
whkhaais loovr the dvt
it 4 the CHtmowal army,
fa'luabf is tfce prphtcy ft r
epU4 frm volume A, of tht
U I'rrphcelea of lis Timer
i tit prwvbt qu-stjKt, Ttwper
, Wostaa'e Huffarsf, te, Ul
j 03J9 tTctit lv-H i dJitcjf the
i ll.t rar, eoiavJr tKco) la the
fijitf, Sistno la the rti4 ftr, 1
U tnatlef of the rental and labu?
to see that f Wrlng cla" "
tbemeltbei no protection for
and no i in high tariff or free trade,
present ew i"11 PW1- under
cipallaw-.tc"0"'. M munh
capital audt is a direct issue between
S ta. Js labor, rich and poor, high
settled in 4ter "d slave-end can be
arms. f 0 way 7 '
The besf , . ,
..,. Wt ana wises uu pw-
conclnsloiL" Wl 99 roroe w
rise in re- nd M nPa ll- The' wlU
and maln4olulon a0"1" wemuw,
.-fi hftJln a bloody atrife, filled with
--,M.lror, until they secure their
mauon anoui iavi. mu w
for three? be the master, and fearfully
his oewel 7Mra nd half wU1 he bow
n injr until iwi, .prn n
" ill AA A 11 11ik
thev wlL ; e e&n muuu iviui..
II . a , I -11
.inauua idu luruo vi w
and exeAucl,u egwwve, eruicoiaowv-.
t.i. Al-sutlve rulers who are not ao
1 - .1 4V...
L1.1....1 kiirea wiiq mem. iruui u
nnl (OUie iowti aeeKinif
will un on those who now and who
til then oDpoae ana deceive
evolution of a Rsd Republican
not limited to the United States,
universal, and will likely com
through preconcerted signal
be both local and general, win
revolui'jr respect far exceed the Frenoh
1871, of Moo of 1703, or the commune oi
a TV to oown to Apm, iwi
1 1 - . i. ii-
An pnapane, oneoi jerome iuu,
Jeront hrlcan Bonaparte, a dessendent of
who married AlUs f atterson oi
ore, may be the Rid Republlcai
f the United States of America.
cautions that are taken to pre
will be entirely usels and will
nltfl to creator fierceness. Ore
tod. L. M. CALVIN.
woman needs Dr. Mllen' Pain Pills.
m. in nt nf Heats Conven
LINCOLN, Neb., June 15.
DUVU r- StiltA -im
stato fixing the time ao
H hrTl' :acovered8th.t
Nebrask. dl.tf e .'outheast-
eg; ana oi wmcn w. u.
in, one i
our state committee, is
Thai. Auia la" fmm iha
tOJT - . . L 1 1 . i . .
juo ma oi August, uuv oi our
Jflor the old.soldiers, and in con-
ration of the fact that a very large
mber of them who belong to our
arty desire to attend both meetings,
wa dJclded tbst it wouW ,0 best to
the reunlo. It is unfortunate that the
fact was no known at the time of the
calling gf the convention, but inasmuch
as it was not, it' was considered of suffi
cient importance to submit a proposi
tion to the members of the state central
committee asking their opinion as to a
Out of seventy-two votes sent in re
ply by members of the committee, fifty
six were unqualifiedly in favor of the
change, eleven were conditionally In
favor of it and only five were positively
opposed to It.
By a unanimous vote of the state ex
ecutive committee it was therefore
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 Deaver, J. A. Em: brton.
Chairman. , Secretary,
NEURALGIA cured by Dr. Mllos' Paw
Pills. "Due cent a dose." At au druggists.
We are In receipt of the ciroular an
nounclng the eighteenth annual session
of the A N. M. I. It will be held at
Holton, Kans., commencing August 13,
continuing three weeks.
This Institute has a national reputa
tion, as students from a number of
States attend each year. It gives
very thorough) course in msthods of
teaching, voice culture, pianoforte,
harmony, conducting, etc The music
of the best Masters, la studied, and
piano and song recitals and a number
of grand concerts are given, mah jg
the sessions full of profit and pleasut j
to all earnest students of music
"Creatloo " "Messiah" and Klljah"
will be studied this session and gems
from them given in concert. Teach
ers and those preparing to teach find
this school especially useful to them.
The faculty oonalsts of four eminent
teachers aod oonoert artlsU of Chicago,
each being especially oompeteat la hit
department Tha full course h only
M.0O, lr circulars containing fall in
h. W. Strauh, rrloolpal.
i 1. 1.. i .. . . .J-VTI
UrJIlti Cs D:::S Precis
,f -f w si sir smi . tH HI
ii u.tnr.u tv v vi n
fii(h mink, tii'i
J at, at4 M Ul SHU
A SONO (
f THE TIM8.
The following (i
wm vnitten by b;
silent song for humanity
Illinois IuaUtnu ft.
ad ladr, a graduate of the
tha Blind. We .ball be
pen of MiM liorum
liblish more from the gifted
Tuen's a dep,M
Editor W alih Makebs
Going up tartqjna growing murmur -From
mllUons'v u tb lMi
Beneath oppri aiJ r9 suffering,
Ko charity, but iaslon's hnd.
the work Justice.
And Jastlce tht: t PO r demand:
Bslly, r a ye voters.
Rally, ra ly. all ye reter.
And vote all ye voters,
: for home and right.
There's an ara
A valiant bar7 at the Capitol,
And many mf d of peace,
IU number are marching en,
They voice th, W lacreasej
That evil ia P jp-' sentiment,
And equity sh-'s shall cease,
til relu-n. .
They may snej
And may ea er at General Coxey, .
May style hlB'l his llan unwise; '"
And his toll afsnatlc, -yt
Coxey 'sjwers despise;
And abovs la righteous
The Lord hn" wrong 'twill rise -
i'h spoken It. -
The champ" walls may hold awhile,
The principalis of the poor,
Will only f they advocate
And soon tsipread the more;
That Btiyf people will declare
For light 1 laa ta 'OT
? i preadlng fast.
The hlrelli et '
Wbo:ie; of the plutocrns
Would ribjklatlve might,
' And ever;he people of their homes,
Are doom'' free man's right,
In everlll to see their sun go down, .
For they'll ting night; '
Cnoaos-Rale voted out. f ' "
f y '
hsrsOn'ty thousand new subscri-
WIALTH MAKERS. Will
one of our present subscribers
help us by sending two new mimes? If
you are unable to get yearly subscri
bers, send them in for three or lx
months. See our special offer in
another column. '
KILLED . BY A' WOMAN.
A Striking Burlington Employe Htiot by
a i'lreman's Wife.
CnrcAoo, July 8. Herbert Letters,
a Btrlklny C. 13. & ti. employe, was
ahot and instantly killed by Mrs.
William J. Lehmann. Lehmaan took
the place of a C. It. & Q.
fireman who went on strike.
Accompanied by his wife, he
started to go to work. The couple
met Letters who immediately entered
into conversation with them, his ob
ject being to persuade Lehmann to
join the strikers. A fight ensued and
Lehmann threw Letters down. Dur
ing the fight Mrs. Lehmann stood
looking on, but when she saw her
husband struggling on tbe ground
with, his assailant she lost her self
control and drawing his revolver from
his hip pocket she fired a ahot at
the man. The bullet struck Letters
in the heart lie died instantly.
the A. It. C
Topeka, Kan., July 9. United
States District Attorney I'erry, upon
Instructions from Attorney General
Olney, has commenced proceedings
In the Federal court here under
the conspiracy act of 1890, to re
strain Eupene V. Debs, George W.
Howard, the American Railway union
and all its members from interfering
with inter-stato commerce on any of
the roads operating in Kansas, The
order prayed for was allowed by
Judge Foster and copies were placed
in the hands of deputy marshals to be
served. The names of 2,000 members
of the union appear in Judge Foster's
STRIKE OFF AT 8 LATER.
AU Employes Have Reported for
Freight Trains Moving.
Plater, Ma, July 8. -The strike is
practically declared off at tuts di
vision. The conductors, engineers
and two-thirds of the brakemen have
reported for work. It is thought that
the firemen will go to work, provided
the company will re-employ them.
Two through freight trains were got
ten out last night, one east and one
THREE WOMEN KILLED.
Horrible Accident Hallway Crowing
Olathk. Kan.. July 0. The after-
Vnoon train on the Kansas City, Fort
V?ott and Memphis railroad struck and
MUled LUnle Hrey fugle, aged 33
ytr; Lena Itreyfogle, her titter,
afftxtl U years, both daughters of
Hon Lewi Itrer fugle; also KUth
CamM. aired 13 years, at the cwmlug
one takte north uf Lenexa, at 5:30 lat
evenLg, The lirey fugle girls were
golna j Lewxa to do a nno aimpping,
and h vio other trlrl was with them
at ointfth w-ut ftloittr. They had
not gond more than a half a ml'e front
home whL they emit with the nect
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I k l t un
I My CrelM.
Julf t yu.llUn tut
er tuls by s sm le
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s id ti s s i M a I Ms
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It si te
U U MtU UJ M BiriEl Mil I
i intiiiy 4 vicpiJ ua U
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THE WEALTH MAKERS. )J
CHICACO RIOTERS BURN MILES
OF FREIGHT TRAINS. .
THE LOSS I XILLIOK iwlD 1 HALF.
Two Thousand Panhandle Freight Cars,
Half of Them Loaded, a Total Loss
Untold Quantities of Merchan
dise ' Destroyed An Overwhelming-
to Restore Order.
Chicago; July Six dead and an
Indefinite number of Injured is the
record of casualties in the strike con
flicts in Chicago yesterday.
Incendiarism was rampant, alarm
after alarm followed in quick succes
sion all day and night and at 11 o'clock
the glaro reflected from the heavens
showed that the dastardly pistime
continued unabated. From early
morning until, midnight reports of
fresh fires followed each other with
startling rapidity, being confined,
however, principally to railroad roll
ing stock and buildings, against
which thus far the greater part of
the mob's fury has been directed.
Last night with naming torch law
less hordes of fire-bugs were at work
at a score of points in the south half
of Chicago. Fires ware' mariner in
every dipeotldirnTneTi the numerous
railroad yards, hundreds of cars and
tens of thousands of dollars' worth of
merchandise have already gone up in
smoke or been carried off by the
frenzied mob of rioters.
Early yesterday morning a blaze
started among soma overturned cars
at Kensington, quickly communi
cating to other tracks filled with long
lines of cars, many containing valua
ble merchandise, were soon blazing
furiously. Fanned by strong winds,
there were at tins point a total of
eighty cars wiped out. At the stock
yards one blaze after another was re
ported, and from the outlying dis
tricts came urgent calls for engines
and police protection, increasing in
ireqnency. - s . .
liut with the i&lling shades of night
came the climax of the fiery festival.
I he I'anhandle yards from Fifty-lift a
to Sixty-third streets, eight blocks,
were a mass of fire. Ten tracks con
taining from 1,000 to 2,000 cars, half
of them loaded, were a total loss. No
water being at hand the lire had to
burn Itself out
Tbe Panhandle station at Sixtv-
third street was also fired and de
stroyed. The Grand Trunk yards at
luston was a sea oi flame, inve hun
dred box cars are supposed to have
been burned, and efforts to check the
flames were futile.
At midnight all the cars in the yards
had been destroyed. The mob showed
much method in its incei iarism and
hundreds of cars were riflV . and their
contents carried away before the
torch was applied. The loss in this
yard is estimated at (1,200,000.
ine nag snanties ana other rauroaa
property were burned, and no water,
except from one plug at Fifty-first
street, could be obtained. While di
recting1 the movement of the Eleventh
battallion at this point Fire Marshal
Fitzpatrick was seized by the thor
oughly frenzied mob of fire-bugs and
thrown into a pond, from which he
was rescued by the police more dead
than alive. Everything at this point
will probably be a total' loss.
1 ho aggregate of the losses to the
railroads will be enormous. Miles of
their tracks have been ruined by the
fierce heat; hundreds of switch and
signal towers with their expensive
mechanism are utterly ruined.
Thousands of cars and untold quan
tities of merchandise of every imagin
able description have fed the flames
and goiged the larders of thieves;
valuable locomotives have been
wrecked and disabled; miles of
tangled wires and prostrate poles lit
ter the ground.
To illustrate the tactics resorted to
by the Incendiaries to hamper the
work of the firemen, empty car
tridges were forced into the keyholes
of the fire alarm boxes, firemen were
knocked down with stones and bricks,
and while working at the fires the
horses of the department were stolen.
The trick of scaring a crew from a
train, cutting the engine up the track,
opening the throttle and letting it
run back full tilt on the standing
train was a new one, and of a charac
ter likely to be imitated The oil
ing of incoming trains was a com - n
pastime with the mobs, and ae . ul
persona were more or less injurt. by
The developments so far have led
to the firm conviction that nothing
short of an overwhelming armed
force with Instructions to shoot to
kill can settle th trouble, or, a Colo
nel Crof ton put it, "it has ceased to
be a mere movement of troop, and
has become a campaign."
The local and state authorities have
awakened to the critical gravity of
the situation which i affecting the
nation generally and Chicago particu
larly, and are taking step to apply
adequat measure. The city polut
drH has already been remitted up
to 3,000 iun, and' by request of Mayor
Hopkins, and by or.Ur of i!vrtior
Altgetd, two brigades of state militia
ben rdrd to aid In qut-lling
SOt A WHO I Tt'ttMStt,
fae Suaikxa 1 tn ltiale Is
fA l linn July ft Th JiotttH
era rt-lrt iHuiipiy em bit na
aeerer ti tha fnt of their
rokd Ul t alit iro . 't he strU'n A.
li. I'. ! UU enlrol tl road.
At ttaktand the blovksd is still
MpKtMtot etvn suburban an I frry
At hi0.iir!o, wher the sltwa
lL.i l uunt ri, " lil I
At Ia An?el the lusUou in
it CI tract!iUy unehn.t. nitwit
itrlkiira ante l w arrtM far isnr
hrlvi Uh the ttil.
The President Hays It's Time for Action
and Not Ulseosgion.
WASHiXGTOir, July ). The watchful
ness of the officers of the administra
tion here continued unabated last
night. Attorney General Oiney, Sec
retary Orsham, Secretary Lamont
and General Schofield reached the
White house shortly after 8 o'clock
and renewed their conference, which
has been practically continuous since
July 2. Frequent commun ications
from General Miles and others at the
scene of the trouble were received
and the officials were also kept In
formed of the situation by bulletins
of the Associated Press.
Another communication was re
ceived from Governor A J tgeld shbrtly
before 9 o'clock. It was taken imme
diately to the president, and consid
ered by the conference.
The letter came over the wire to
the White house and occupied a con
siderable time in transmission. It
was nearly midnight when the fol
lowing reply of President Cleveland
was given to tbe press: ,
Kxkcxtivs Mansion, Washinoton. July
6, im Hon John P Altgelfl. Governor of
Illinois. Sprtn.tiald, 111 : While I am still
persu'jded that I have neither transcended
my authority nor duty In the emergency that
confronts us, U seems to me tout in this hour
of danger mid publio dtatrtMg discussion may
well give way to active effort on the part of
all authority to restore obedience to the law
and to protect life and property. -
DEBS TO THE STRIKERS.
lie Calls Upon Them to Abstain From
Acts of Violence.
Chicago, July 8. President Debs
has issued the following proclama
"To All Striking Employes: , . .
"In vieifoT'tbe'rsaiirL. pI disturbances in
various localities, I deem It mr duty to cau
tion you azainst being a party to any violation
of law, municipal, state or national, durlnx
the exlstln? difficulties. We hare repeatedly
declared that we respect law ana order, and
our conduct must conform to our profession.
A man who commits violence la any form,
whether a member of our order or not, should
be promptly arrested and punished, and we
should be llrst to apprehend the miscreants
or briwi him to justice. We must triumph as
law abldin citizens or not at alL
"The railroad, managers have sought to
Prospectus of the
The editor of The Wealth Makers has devoted his spare time during tbe
last two years to the preparation of a book of songs such as Is needed to edu
cate, unite, arouse and inspire the wealth makers of the world in their im
pending conflict with the wealth takers. The battle before us Is the battle
of the agee, the Armageddon of prophecy, the last great conflict betweeg.
greed and goodness. It is tbe organized brotherhood of right, against tbe
legalized despotism of might. Truth has been spreading, love has bees
growing, fraternal organization has been extending; and . the increasing op
presslon of monopoly power is in these closing years ofs the 19 th century pre
clpltatlng the final struggle. That it may be a peaceful political conflict we
agitate and pray; but whether peace or otherwise it cannot be Averted, II
cannot be longer delayed. , i N
The new song book Is to be called ' 4 Armageddon s The bookVllsen"
tain about 70 songs for the times, over half of them' new, and-balf of the rest
are nearly new and famous, and the remainder are most carefully selected.
Fifteen of the numbers are a series of songs sent out by the writer two yeart
ago in sheet music form, under the general title of "Songs of the People.
The titles of the songs which Armageddon will contain are in part as fol
GET OFF THE EARTH.
THE RALLY rNG SONG.
TRUTH'S APPROACH ING TRI 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.
THE ALARM BEAT.
THE ASTOR PRINCE.
THE WORKERS' BATTLE HYMN
THE COAL BARON'S SONG.
SONG OFTHEMIN ERS.
RIGHT SHALL REIGN.
THE ONLY ROAD TO FREEDOM.
BECAUSE HK LOVES.
JEANS PANTS A-COMIN'.
THE KINGDOM OF THE BEAST.
The above named songs havo moat
the author aod compiler by a half dozen
Chicago, But a dozen or so of tho xongs
Waaltb MAKERS to be Joined to world celebrated tunes-French, German
Austrian, English and Scotch such tunes as The Marsellalse, Die Wachl Am
Khein. Austrian National Air. German Fatherland, Robin Adair, Slq,
The above songs are solos and quartettes with piano prclu aod aecomDaav
meets, also many for nilied voices. The
the more dimruit can ta banmea oy good
tiea. C 11. Howard of Chicago, editor of tbe Farm, Held and Fireside, ai.
pressed himself )n the following words
- . . . ... V. 1 . 1 k.. J l, .
...,- ..- -
the aorPi of the Durtr. and to write a
surpassed ty any to our literature for lufuass a nutUve and real merit from a)
Uktary point of view, while at the tame Ume tiny are sol at all I slug B the
musical i(U',Uy which must aroeesailly Im presrnt before any iof touches B4(
rtord o rHilarlty. They are remarkable for their lerrl4 iatrlottm asd brid
bumanlty. la fai-. If the l''H' r-viy rl U lbs patrlutto level of tiwearV.
son;, we nsve nine n.tuoi oi it uiutuat ium as a psry The song atrtte
tbe vnoleovtateif humsa yoi ne'er. 8rkllrg humor, kren wit a4 bltleg
srca-w, a well as the bdUi-r j'tlotla themtis, are Uiubhvd la urn by the ta
aVd aath-- 1
Na klshtp rralse twuid t slvta the 15 atas. an t jrtitln ... i.
laid rogstof tha 7 songs f f Armagedda, wblH laolude tha H i4 forUh
mb wur raa aai luar ireatmtas M q ieeUos of huwaa awds aaA
rltfhU. They are full of pathos, irl,'la sod j..r, and are sot Uratrg lij
humor, wit sal sa.-iii, me ihos
sold by H-.-j
" Wealth Makora Publifihing Co.
make it appear that their trains do not mown
because of the interference of the strikers,
Tbe statement is an unqualified falsehood
and no one knows this better thn the man
avers themselves. Ther make this falsehood,
serve their purpose of calling; out the troops.
"Kespect the law, conduct yourselves as be
Vmes men and our cause shall be orownett
with success Eooitas V. Dans." ,
) Headache bad? Get Dr. Miles Pain Pllla
Low Bates to tbe East. :
Residents of territory reached by the
Burlington route lines, will do well to
On July 5tb, 6th and 7th, round trip
tickets to Asbury Park, N. J., will be
m sale at one fare rate plus two dollars.
On July 8tb, 9th and 10th, round trip
tickets to Cleveland, O., will be on sale
at one way rate. '
Oa July 16th, and 17tb, round trip
tickets to Toronto, Canada, will be on
iaie at the one way rate. '
These substantial reductions from
regular tariff are made on account or
the National Educational Association's
convention, and the annual meetings of
the Christian Endeavor Societies, and
the Baptist Young People's Union, re
spectively, for all of which the Burllng
on route has been made tbe official line.
Special trains arranged wltn a view to
the comfort and convenience of delega
te s and their friends, will be run. No
nnn who la nlnnnlno- an eastern trip this
- nrn.d tn lot tViaca rtnnortll-.
SUUlUlCt UIU PUWI v w. f I
nlties sup Dy. ,
Tickets and full Information upon ap
plication to local B. & M. B. R agent,
or to J. Francis, G. P. & T. A., Omaha,
From Plains to Peaks.
There's a description In a nut-shell of
the journey to Hot Springe, S. D. via
tbe Burllngtlon Route.
It's one of the pleasantest trips im
aginable. Rates to Hot Springs are low, very
low, now. Why not spend a week or
The Burlington's local agent will
gladly give you full information about
Hot Springe, and also If you ask for it
a beautifully illustrated folder.
. Omaha, Neb.
New Song Book
THE TIME OF DEUTERONOMY.
LOSSES AND LIES.
THE PAUPER'S LAST SMOKE.
BILLY GRIMES 1 HE DROVER.
SUNRISE ON THE HI LLV.'
THE COMING KINGDOM. '
PLENTY OF ROOM.
THE TRULY GREAT.
CALLING THE COWS. 1
VOICE OF THE MOONLHT j
RAIN UPON THE ROOF.
TOIL SHALL SOVEREIGN BE.
A DROWNING CRY.
DREAM AND REALITY.
THE HOME OF LIBERTY.
AMERI CAN NATIONAL H YMN(ne
SOUND MIE TOCSIN
ENGINE OF REFORMS
ONLY A PENNY A LOAF.
USE UP THE LAST DOLLAR.
OUR LINE OF DEFENSE.
IT 8TUCK IN HIS CROP.
HARK THE BATTLE CRY IS RING
THE HOPE OF THE AGES.
THE MARCH OF THE WORK Erta
BATTLE HYMN OF THE WRONGEB
MOLLY AND THE BABY.
ON TO WASHINGTON.
of them been set to new musle fat
very excellent composers in Lincoln ant
have been written by the editor of Till
tnuslo cf most of the songs is easy, and
voices witn thrilling, wonderful effect.
of praise aod apprt-clatloa In rcvtewlolr
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tfies of retnotla sot'tr w hi -h m t,..it
wri t4 r.j i a U weeks sod w I
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