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About The Wealth makers of the world. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1894-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1894)
July 20, M
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
Our Congressmen Boundly Disclaim Put
in a Fusion Schema-
HAVE HO DI8P08ITI0H TO B088
No Right to Even Suggest Fusion, or
Direct the Party's Courts Do Not
Know Wbtl the People Went.
The Watchman Called
Washington, D. C , July 10, 1894.
To thi People t Party of Xtbrasta:
The National Watchman, a news
paper published In thUclty by N. A.
Dunning, contained in its issue of June
22nd, an editorial under the caption of
"Fusion Conspiracy" in which, among;
other thlogs.lt said:
"It is evident that a conspiracy for a
fusion haw been entered into etween
Weaver, Bryan, Kem and McKnlgnan.
These are the beneficiaries but di not
constitute the entire number. Weaver
has moved inn another district in
order to make the race, and his paper
is filled with laudation of Bran and
arguments for fusion."
That this statement is entirely false
and that there is cot the shadow of an
eiouse for Its publication, the people
of Nebraska, and especially the Popu.
list party, will understand.
The Populist delegation in Congrew
from Nebraska have studiously refrain
ed from doing or saying anything hav
log the least appearance of "Botsism,'
believing that It is for the party la its
state convention, unprejudiced and ua
influenced by anything that we ma say
or do, to determine what course should
be pursued this fall. We have at no
time supposed that we bad a right to
participate in or suggest fusion, or pre
scribe the course to be pursued by the
party, And this It made more manifest
to you when it is remembered that we
bave been removed for so many months
from our friends in Nebraska as to be
unable to f oi m a correct judgment of
the situation there and the course that
ought to be adopted. Our opinion,
under such circumstances, would be of
oo value. '
We look upon Mr. Dunning as far
from being a true Populist. His chief
desire seems to be to prooure money ef
Populist congressmen and others, for
the support of his paper and himself,
and when he finds a member of coo
gress who refuses to respond to his oft
repeated requests tor money he lmme'
d lately begins to misrepresent him
through his paper.
About two years ago he told Mr. Kem
that it was his purpose to defeat Mr.
MoKeighan if he could because the lat
ter would not contribute moaey to him,
and recently he has expressed his bitter
hostility to Mr. Mi Kelghan to different
persots, admitting that his chief ground
of complaint was a failure upon the part
of the former to contribute money.
He has also expressed h utility to Mr.
Kem bt cause, after making a donation
of twenty five dollars, the latter refused
to continue contributing money to him
After Inducing Mr. Allen to make a
donation of fifty.fl ve dollars to his paper,
Dunning prefensed that the latter had
become a stockholder In the paper and
by some means unknown a certificate of
stock for one hundred dollars in the
National Watchman was placed on Mr.
Allen's desk, and then Mr. Dunning
made a claim of a balance of forty-five
dollars due him on the stock. On dls
covering that a stock certificate hnd
been Issued to him, Mr. Allen promptly
returned the same and refused to be
recognized hs a stockholder or as hav
ing any interest la the paper whatever,
whereupon Mr. Dunning brcame his
enemy and U Indirectly responsible for
the atttuks made upon Mr. Allen
threugh the Nonconformist, published
at Indianapolis, Indiana.
We are possessed of information
which leads us to believe that when
Mr. Dunning 1 able to obtain money
from Populists, ho gives his services to
the K'puhllcane, and by that means
tries to obtain money from anyone who
will pay him. Information In our po
seton satUdes us that Mr. Dunning
ha glvtn his Influence and the Influence
of his Paper to the Republican party
for moDiy and that h Is really and
truly an euemy to the cause of the Pop
ulist party. Support extended by Pop
ulists V the National Watchman under
such c.rvurotUaeei, Is, Is our Judg
men', giving support to the enemy of
In ihutcoanec'.loQ it 1 proper for us
to say that It I aot concealed from us
by the corrrapocdesU of certain 'tit
that It Is their purport and the purpoe
if itio puhluhfr of their paoers. Ui iat
rtrret ue to the people vt Nebraska
aid by that meant create a falsa Ira
!? l in the minds tf th proile of
our statai, at far at tbat tan b dona.
We have aot, thus far, Utought It ad'
vltahU tu eoetrsj'et any reports or
uwwetw appeariag atfaieal he
lievtng that Jon an flj eoe'stat l
their purpose ta deriroy the Populist
prti and Its rprntaUtet by perett
teat mUrepieeeatattoa. We have
actbed Ule matter at this tint (inly
for the puriH t( saylag that we seal
aol ta the future eatradlV puhlltity or
j-r' reta.lv, tar stateweat that saay ap
tur agalati we, rvijlc- oi th good
judf tat f the people ta discover ttt
falsity and aoimns of such statement.
We have the honor to be
Your obedient servants,
W. A. McKeighan,
O. M. Kem,
Wm. V. ALLEN.
THE WEALTH MAKERS ALLIANCE
BY MRS. J. T. KELLIE, SEC'T.
The new password has just been re-
calved from the National Secretary
under Instructions to give It only to the
Alliances having paid this quarter's
dues (September 30)
The National Secretary, . P. Dun
can of Columbia, South Carolina.writes:
"Our sympathies are with the strikers,
and if they would vote like they strike
they could and would accomplish some.
."We have got to turn the lawyers out
of Congress and fill their places with
our own people before we will accom
We should not fight all lawyers, and
yet nearly every disgrace and distension
in the new party has been caused by
They work to the front, not by ability,
but because the working class push
them ahead because they admire the
gift of gab.
A lawyer who has conscience enough
not to work to clear the guilty, or
punish the Innocent, is all right; but I
weuld just as soon trust Judas as one
who would do those things.
A Lancaster County brother writes,
who Is well posted in affairs of the
state: "We must rally the Alliances
to the work. ; Now is the crisis of our
o iuse in the state. Every true man and
woman must now rally to the rescue of
our cause, Make Rome howl. Wake
the Alliances up to their responsibility
as men and women and take the reins
of polltloal action out of the bands of
lawyers and the rings in the towns.
Send the note of warning. Ring the
bells, and rally the farmers to the
danger that the party has encountered
by allowing the towns, and lawyers,
and shysters to get control of our party.
Ually as never before. 8ound It out all
along the line, that tbe farmers must
arouse themselves to the emergency,
or sll Is lost. Thank God we have one
farmer in Congress that will not be
caught in any of their traps, and that fa
O, M. Kem. All honor to such man
bo h), if not quite so great a statesman
to fall." ,
Brother A D'Allemand writes: "My
bill was $97 20, not including railroad
fares, which was to be paid by N. F. A.
Actual expenses such as printing, re
ports, constitutions, proceedings,
stamps, express, freight, etc., (197.20
for tbe year, bo allowance for rent,
fuel or light, and I have not even asked
my salary Included in tbe first amount,
I have been twice sued for printing,
which for defending, cost me $10 eaob
tlmo. At last I borrowed money to
quiet the plaintiff. Hence you see it Is
not charity, because you will see it Is
due me. January 14, 1803, Allen Root
sayi in his letter: .' You state truly
that the State Alliance assumed the
National Alliance debt to relieve you,
All the delegates to the State Alli
ance at Hastings were instructed and
pledged to use their utmost efforts to
get their Alliances to pay this debt; yet
half of it bag uot been raised. An ac
count is kept of every cent sent in for
this fund, and will be submitted at tbe
annual meeting. Sherman County
Alliance paid for all the Alliances In
that county and where there is money
in the treasury that can be spared it is
a good plan. The sub-alliances have
so many calls. The assessment was
ordered on the AUHnoes In good U ml
ing at Hastings; but in my judgment,
all In good standing at Grand Island
where Hie debt was assumed, should
help to l ay It.
Should too much be sunt In it will be
used to pay other dt bts, We will pay
all just debts at fast as possible, but
uuder no olroumatauees will any new
tUbis be contracted under the present
management, all the ofllccrs blng
uaaulmouscn this point. When Utile
tomes la Utile will be spent We shall
not try to make a garment tor a grown
person ltb the oMh meant foe a babo.
Mrs. J.T. Kat.ua.
S. o'y , Neb, . A. de I. U.
Half Hat-a to llol tiprlnrte, H. II,
Via Ilia llurllittft"" Itouia.
Kr Friday during July and August
th tlurllngioa Route Mil tell round
Irlp llokt'tetu Hot Springs, S 1), at the
tneway raw. Tlckottgood for Pdajre.
This substantial reduction from tariff
rates bring a trip to thU greawt of
wura ftoellh retort wltnlo every
ouv'e reach, Coetuioptlvee, rbeut
tUe, tuffittert frout every ill ibat flb,
It heir to, will make au misuse tt they
use advaaUge of this opportunity.
lull infornttla upon eppltjatto '
local it A M K. It. tgret, or to J
I'raneie, U 1 A T A, ttartlsgtoa
I lout-, 'Jmaba. Nehr,
Ship Your Grain
A,D. Rickets & Co.,
We ut hujr u reoes r. f It M see
fcES i r.'4tM tMMIIltMt. tt .t 4.1
ta . erne iVirw(l u at ret
WANTED-Everjbodjrtowau-ta this column
lor real mitale bargain. If you do not
see what ou want write In and we will get 11
T7kr Sale-KlKhty acres near Lincoln; party
JJ rauat aell, make an oSttr.
r Sale Two farms of ISO acres, one of H0
acrtn uear uiuv uu,
Lor KxcuanKe BuHlneM tot on O street for
For Exchanne Hx room houe and comer
lot In Lincoln; could take equity In land
trior ExcbanRe-Neat cottasre home in Lincoln;
J? could Uke land as part payment.
fj'or Exchange stock In an enurprlne of
J? much promise, for good piece of fann
Wanted Everybody to scud deecrlptlon and
price of any property tbey wish to sell
Gillitan Investment Co.,
Htate Lecturer rowers' Dates.
July 2l, Clarks, Merrick "
,( 27, CentntlClty, " "
" 28, Palmer, " "
It 'IA nM,..rtn n. en,1ov
31, Oreeley Center,"
Aug. 1, Scotia, "
2. iNortuLoup, Valley
" 3, Ord,
" 4. Mlra Creek. , "
' 6, LouoClty, Sherman "
" 7, Utchheia,
" 8, Hazard, "
" 9. Dannebrog, Howard
" 10, Elba,
11, St. Paul, "
" l.i, Doniphan, Hall
" 15, Kenesaw, Adams
" 16, Falrfl Id, Clay
17, Clay Center, "
II IB U, ittnn "
" 20, Huickham, Hamilton
" 21, Aurora, " "
' 22, Pi illips, ' "
Tbe friends pf the Alliance are re
quested to make any change in the ap
pointments in their respective counties
that tiiey may think best and to notify
Thk Wkalth Makers and the st ere
tary of the s'ate Alliance of tbe same as
soon as possible. They are also request
ed to publish tbe notices in their county
papers and by p ters when deemed
Please run ruber the financial help
the lecturer gets will be from you as
the state treasury is empty.
J. H. Powers,
Lecturer, State Alliance
All druRftlsU sell Dr. Ml Ice' Nerve Platters.
Iianoaet-r County Fmr.
Tbe Lancaster County Agricultural
Association will hold Its annual fair at
the Stat fair grounds September 7 to
14 inclusive Tbe premium lists are
now out and can be bad of tbo secre
tary, John J Gilillan. corner Eleventh
and P streets.
LINCOLN, Neb.,' July 25, 1894.
For the purpose of making arrange
ments for decorating and seating the
hall In which the county convention Is
to be held, we hereby call a meeting of
all city member' of the county ccntrul
oommittee add friends o' the party, to
meet In the bull at No. 1114 O St.,
Thursday evening, July 2(Hb, at 8 p.m.
J, C McNrrny, Chairman.
C. E Woobaro, Secretary.
At ti-n M, Working Men!
Mr. Sam I) Nudiey, president of the
Nebraska Federation f Labor, nd Mr.
Ernest Laugnbiog, neortstary Brewers'
Union No. 34A, will spak at DinUh
Ha'l. North 9'.h St.. Friday enlrg,
July27ih. Theeuhj'ct for dibcuion
will bo "The Obj ct and Aim of the
Nebraska Federation of Labor." Mr.
Langhboiig will address the German el
nvnt. Even body In Invited to be
HEART DISEASEJO YEARS I
5hort Ureath, Palpitation.
Mr. O. W. Mt'Klntry. pt.atmatU'rot
Kokonio. lnL, ami a brave exeoldier,
My! ,l hail U en n-veh ly trouble!
w nil heart (Itw io ever stmo leaving
the army at tbe rUm tf the itte W4r.
1 wita trouWevl with rv!tuUUort and
kthirtneswi of breath. I ct'UKl D
leep tut my left aide an.l b4 pain
anuu4 tuy hearti I Uv4m ) iU
thai I w.i puictt aUrmetl, anl for
tuuaUl my aitcntlou WMUllvdi ui
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
1 Wlde4 to try IU Th flft bottle
t,ttl a dA ll d IrupMVetueul lit toy
riflitt., and rlv Uitllv hive cvw
lU-lcly tureJ ruvv"
0. Vf. tKItSY, f. M , Keaweto, U4.
ffe. MlW HwiM te U eM we eawtit
IHItilM that IKa Inl V.'t.a )! Wtk
AU tlroeiMawil tt at Ik, Mu4 K av
tniit, u rvii t itk
tf M te. kkiiee U4,ei lieeV,I
Collect Campaign Funds at tbe
Omaha, July 14, 1894.
Editor Wkalth Makers:
I bave just completed a trip tbrongh
the south part of the state and I find
several of the members of the party do
not know that tbey are expected to
raise money at tbe prlma' js for tbe
state committee. In order to win the
coming campaign the committee must
have money to carry oj the campaign;
and It is much better tbat the money
be collected early tban jnst before the
campaign closes. Now I hope to see at
least one dollar collected In each voting
precinct at the time of the primaries
are held, and the one dollar or more
tbat is collected sent to the county con
ventions and there all be put together
and seat by the delegates to the state
convention. In this way the committee
will have something to open the cam
paign immediately after the ( (invention.
Now every precinct can raUe one dol
lar, and no precinct should fall to send
tbat much to the s'ate convention.
D Clem Deaveh.
't-KtaasMs. SZts: WU McDALS
and one Diplntnn (or ttrauly,
Btrrnajin mm .nfapnfHia.ijver
i,ii or thene vDliielt have
betm told direr t to (lie peopl.
Hp nil at mire for our ronipfeta
iwtsloKue ' lnof every kind of
erblrle A hr.Uo lmi
of lemiinoulttlii, lliey am free.
"A" UnU, fiiv.
ALLIANCE CARRIAGE CO.. CINCINNATI. 0.
Manufacturer : to : Consumer.
Lowest Price Ever Made.
A Full Line of Grade.
Write for Quotation.
, MOULTON, IOWA.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
Unrivalled (or fast Threshing, separating and
Excel In all oolnts that no to make un a Per
fect Pulling and Worklug Knglne. Send lor
catalogue. Mention Uilii iiaper.
GASOLINE TRACTION ENGINE
OPERmD FOR ONE-HALF THE
EXPENSE OF STEAM TRACTION.
Ni'tHt no waur nnulor, no coal, wood or
ilraw. No (team, smoke, npurki or ashen. No
ixiMdMlitr ' nre or oxpiiwion. " r--
glneer or Fireman. Hlarttnl In 5 mltuiUi, jiim
Itte tiling for the t nrm. Vt rltu lor caiuiogue.
THE VAN DUZEN
CAS AND CASOLINC ENGINE CO..
The Victory Separator, Self.
KtCiUr, Stacker anj Uavr At.
tachnH-iitt, with tho Mimw ajHIi
Traction Kninv, uutket the- tnst
compli'tc lino 'f threshing nta
khhttry i tt America. The only
complete ateam outfit award'U a
initial and two diploma at the
tt. and 4 inch k Under S parat rj
li, 2, t, Kand iH-hore pivtr
Write f..r CuU gue,
THRESHING MACHINE CO.
W, Lj. PAUL.
nit?, toot tl St. UNIXH.N, NMi
YIcol Frci!:cers and Skippers
8ohcitdL TJberal Advances cutde when de
nixwX. backs fc ree ta fcaipytr.
313-214 Mlr-hlKan St.. Cblcatfo. Illlnoia.
WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!
WE are revolutionizing the wool trade by our prompt eales and quick returns. If you have
ever shipped wool Eaet you know tbat It takes them from six to twelve months to close
out a lot of wool. We can make you full account sa e within ten days after your wool le re
ceived. Sacks furnished on application. Liberal advance made when desired.
PELTS! PELTS! PELTS!
SAVE a middleman's profit h by shipping uh your pelts. We are not dealore, but have a large
tannery and tan our pelte. Doe it not iiiand to reaeon that au excluIve wool commiDHlon
boum can do better for you than a Roneral commlaHlon bonne who wil hay, grain, etc t Cer
tainly It doe. We give our full time and attention to wool. liTla writing to us mention
References, any bank in the United States, also Wealth Makers Pub. Co.
The Great Northern Wool and Fur Co ,
104 and 106 Michigan S.
II If Tbat
Viwn)hjllii!i National Bank.
'blCHiro, and thli Paper.
hnuk ufolinliiaMDll.. .hnwlBK
f.rM.r. In ...p. Mt.t im I'Hlua ... u.ln Ihl wkmiim.
e. wlli j urn op yoHPMta tup mmr (a tmkp uptpp.
pi.xniiriiu.ia, Apv'f '"' ""'f. mmn wp win mm ;uu
mm auk. aiiway mmi nut l.lrrr.r. with four km work.
wnte to the Farmer's
MASONIC TEMPLE, CHICAGO.
fiSPpPS. price 230 fl ' II
ill wFt ffSi$h
V'W W X I't kill. Kfi. M four Mr. II f. ,v,
X!- A. mmUi nrd. mm mm lll Mull n. Irn K . I eea
Horn. ljHPst'4 by A. 0. HULBERT, 4 8,
U OASOLTNE ENGTNS
The best because tbe most simple
will kMAii it
economical; guaranteed cost oi
running la one cent per bore.
, power per bour. Address,
' Np. 404 Southwest Boulevard
Webtr Sag & 6asollne Engine Co.. Kansas
FOR SALE I 0BWILIr7KA-,rSV
t hare a to 1 excellent
stares, both Percherons
mW Percberoa, Englisb
MT korses won more honors thaa asy Importer's la Amerloa at tbe rouewiaa fatssi letse
State Fair, Dee Moines; Nebraska Slate Fair. Llnooln; and the Kansas Oil Pair, isaeeSj
lflss. My Black Percberoa stallion. Jeannot, and my Belgian stallion. Hump on, never faUel
to take first premium and sweepotakes over all. For suTcilr Srst-claae tuBortd herses, U
prleee, low Interest aud long i line vtalt the Omet City Farm, Oreetoo. Iowa TataipbotM te fafffJk
oae mile dlstaat New Importation just received.
F. M. WOODS.
Fine Stock Auctioneer.
1 203 O t., Ulpcolp, fb
Large English Berkshires
iiM'liun tit liMnl lnvltM.1
A. 8, Williams & Sons,
t'o S it, Uucom, Neli.
rUWNAS COUNTY HfftO
BIG BERK HOGS
1 hi ny ,. erml for irlis Uw't, futu
ku1m uf Jun trrtw aua t It fail pi a'
pi ! ti sua u tuu.
II. a WILLIAMSON,
tteavet ttiy. Ntb
Elkhorn Valley Hord
t POLAND CHIN tVsj,
y..t t.W Aa.iia.v i
I k. ai k Wa.llie stiala telll fr
TinkIm. tikee 4 in. I a Ual ., ta
In. 4 fl) I ui fu.l iM kf t.lil.
( I II ), I !
iaae . tat U S,
Mf ai ewwit; t ree Tra txl
w tin mf ie
le C. lOTtH. Helita,
f "V Have ) pl of sprlnn
J o furrow for Fta.w, Hired by
r f liutwruitl Warwick Fopt
V S ai4rjA, KIiiii Ih-rbv Kit
r N, and Major lrtyiii7N
KSFii. fi" r scutiiwn to
The B acVirtm C-r-nrry:
I7T.ijr.ii 55. vi 1jIt.ou CMcarroj
Lineo'a K ti-e-1 ls-K CI:eK. ;
i-nrt i.s'-c iri isrv.k. vin-y. inao:e
low N'Uoia B:ir', Mumwn. Iowa.
- CHIC ACO ILL.
WOOL GROWING PAY P
depends upon how jroii'sell your Wool, if yon
I Li fitiln It direct to market and to the rljrht lioue, " It
floea Pay. It Is no experiment. Our shippers testify to It
unuiiliiionsly. We will not oulyohtaln the hltiit innrket
price for your Wool, If you ship UH.lmt we will hcikI you quick,
returns. We are revolntlonlzlnjr tlm Wool trutle by our
Prompt Sales and Quick Return, we have done wlmt
the Wool trade suld waeimiiOHNlble, InHtead of taking ulx to
twelve months to make returns for Wool, a nioMt honves do, f
we make returns In that many days, and our shippers biiek ue
up In this statement. Write for 1'rlces on Wool and seethe
testimonials of our shippers. We are not en exclusive Wool
bouse, but handle Hay, Grain and Produce of all kinds.
SUMMERS, MORRISON & CO.,
Commission Merchants, 174 So. Water Street, Chicago.
FAHMER'S HANDY WAGON.
Width of Tlrt, 6 in.
Height of Bolstsr,
BUW thfl !
Handy Wagon Co.
ILLINOIS, OR FLORENCE, ALABAMA.
BAFC, DURABLt FiNCii OHM $80 PCH Hill.
T. A Im AUTUV1) O aiM anm.kalt thm antt
S4 aa&Aa mailt 1200.00 Dtr S.
MUUll lUeiont ana p,n$u f 0011
Tbe belt local and traveling agent wanted every
where, Wrlteatonoeforclroiilarsand choice ter
ritory) address A. O. Ilulbert, Patentee, care of
I Factory CatalOKiiewltb 700 enwaved deslKns and
prices, sent free to any who want fancy Iron and
wire work or city, cemetery and farm fences, etc-
attention s du
bred (reeordeS) sUMeaa mH
Enellsh Hhlra. AIM uhrsI hJ
ttent and ralalns. olean. healthr and all rlirhi fft wlU sail am svL
invH wrwu mamwmuu runiea. l uis swea le oi on owl la
oniea. This aUMk la at oar o. hunsa
saal er all, as the entire stook must be disposed ef . For a flat ssae
deaertpiiofi adireaa, A. L-SULLIVAN,
Th Iaportifif Drsil Hons Oompuy.
WILSON. Creston, Iowa.
Sblre, Belgian c4 Coxi Unx
BR HAPPY WHILE YOU LIVE, FOft
fOU WILL BE A LONG TIME DEAD.
To b Happy buy a
With I JrHDhllM ItaiM. K.....uJ.
SOU. I hlundy Mnrl Tawer Isa 4
ornrrt-d Tuwer, and the ntmnKt
ami tiral Hi the nmrkft. Will be srutun
30 llnye Teat Trial, snd If ootentlrxly
iitinfiM lory ran I rvliinml to u, and
l WJi'h vx, v " m-iiT ihtii
W AtS. We lmi niMiuriu'iure tlie uki
I...I1mI,1m i 't..,!!..... it L ........
INttaiy Wind Nilla, fumiia, HihI
Twiks. Ironl M Ilia, Curu hueliers, iiurst
I. imnn, mo.
Chalhnjt Wind Milt i FttdMitl Co
ira.a.ia, narre VO., U
If Inure Ku4 "llita raa nut e ibimi In It
lhau taujr i.ilmr bay rMtiu,i
Mart-n & Morritsty M fg Co,
i, wire it ig ni i iti.m.
f i 4 " re itmf Ht,
',t tt r.u ' iH.j.k,h ...
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lN4yaM lSt. tt m . t 4: few
bk.t r- m -W s. te.e -sk
Mil. CO. HI Mi 4. C
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