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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
Anprust 23, 1894
Still Klgbtlnn for Liberty.
OGALALLA, Neb., Aug. 10,
Editor Wealth Makers:
Seeing that ?u give prt of your
columns to the old soldiers (or news, I
thought I would take advantage of the
offtr and give you something from this
part of the moral vineyard! I hope It
will not be long before we will have an
Independent vsper in our town run by
an enterprising Independent on the
same ground that the Pilot was run on
by John W. Wilson.
No elr, we are absolutely not out of
politics. Yes, of course, we are yet in
life, and feel as much interebt in the
prosperity of cur fellowmen and the
o-lnr of the republic as ever. The man
who is indifferent to the business trou
bles of his country and his neighbor
a bad citizcu and should be sent io
No, no, we hear and read opinions
of some repute for sagacity as
the probable outcome of the present
discontent that heaves and surges as the
sea over a struggling volcano, to burst
forth all over this continent, out see no
promise of a return to the times of liv
ing and fruitful industries, and a peoplo
whose paths shall be through the valley
of contentment surrounded with pleas
antness and peace.
No, sir, as far as parties are concern
ed It would have been no better If
Harrison had been elected. The tariff
would have been the foot-ball for the
kicking of which the people pay Con
gressmen and Senators. When the bill
did come to the people it was so tat
tooed by the trust dragon that McKln
ley would not know his own child.
You know and any other observing
man does, that If a Congress In the days
of Jefferson, Jaokson and Lincoln had
put a president's salary on the free list,
when the Industries of the people were
perishlne1, It would have boen their po
litical death. We were in the "foup"
before Congress met, and on its adjourn
ment we will be in the "sugar" indeed.
. The legislative crime of all history of
men and , nations is taking away the
legal tender life of one billion of the
people's money, for which they had
paid, and to the strapping upon their
backs of an interest bearing gold bond.
We are now suffering from this unholy
act just as much as must the poniard plun
ger for the murder of Carnot. In the
individual, when nature's law is violated
the penalty is sure and swift in Its com
ing; so it is with people and nations.
Trusts and bonds will never bring back
to us what we have lost. We can, no
more tell what the outcome of the two
old parties will be unless checked by the
people, than we can locate tho village or
cottage in Nebraska marked for the
vengeance of the next cyclone. No, we
will never prosper on a gold basis, no
people ever did. It Is a basis lor des
pota and the death knell of the people.
Yes, we are going right now through
the cruoiat test. Are the people capa
ble of self-government? Yes, and we
are liable to live and see the fulfillment
of that decree: "they who do not rule in
righteousness shall perish from the face
of the earth." We want more principle
and less partisanship, we want better
morals in polltlos and purer men In
places ef public trust.
Samuel T. Gilbert.
Late of Co. D. 22 Ky, Inft. Vol.
Sense From a Sensible Man.
What kind of meat do these free sli
ver Democrats eat that they have grown
so presumptuous that they command the
Independent party to accede to their
demands for office. The Free Press be
lieves and in fact knows that the Inde
pendent party contains men who are
just as able, just as honest, and just as
patriotic as any free silver Democrat
that ever lived. The Democratic party
as a party, is opposed to free silver and
the record of the Democratic party
proves it. A free silver Democrat who
retains his affiliation with that party
has nt a foot to stand on in his demand
for recognition. He only puts himself
on record as a demagogue and a hypo
crite. We are more fully convinced
than ever that the Independent party
should stand on the dignity that the
position of the party gives them and
grant no quarter nor ask none at the
hands of any class of people outside the
party Under the existing circum
stances is it unmanlj to do so and there
is nothing to gain and everything to
lose by it. Free Press.
Noinuer 01 Reunion.
When is it? Aug. 27th, to Sept. 1st.
Where is it? Grand Islani', Neb.
What Is It? 16th Anoual State G A.
The Union Pacific will sell tickets at
one fare for the round trip from all
Nebraska points on Aug. 25th, to 28th,
inclusive, also from points within one
hundred miles of Grand Islana Aue 2(,
to Sept. 1, inclusive. City ticket offise
1044 O street.
Ten Tons or Medicine
Won't do you as much good as a week'i
stay at Hot Springs, S. D., the greatest
health and pleasure resort In the West.
The Burlington's local agent wll
gladly give you full information, and
also if you ask for it a beautifully
illustrated folder. J. Francis,
G. P. & T. A.
Humaoiiy'e Martyr That Mourn '
rorTHt Wealth Ma-tu.
JY If AKT BAIKO FIKH.
How sweet are the lri.li of th. inornlrK'
, Vhr the dew 1 white u thr U-ave;
The houne of the p-plar adoriili u,
And fragrance ciim lu iron, tbe heaves;
While the locust semi 1 t i-ui'll warning
Asa swift reapsr utrl,li.g h: (heaves.
The tent of ihe walnut tie i-Multm
Where the billowy curt;ili ro damp,
The arm of labor entwining
Where our brother ha budded hlscauip,
Lone comradaa In Bono repining
No white hand boldeili a lamp.
The wild rone with cheek u the grasses
Han incense that rles lite pi ay-r,
And a light in the cornfield s greu pat-xes
Where the ensigns are drooping and fair;
Vet the Hoftst.li and bright dut amasnes
But gold for the proud millionaire.
The boughs of the box-elder reaching
la beolHonsover the morn;
The waves of the harveHt low preaching
Of sermons that yet shall be born.
The anthem of waters beseeching
Humanity's martyrs that mourn.
POKiu.o, Colo , June 14, at.
It, st Paper That Comes to Him.
Oakdale, Neb , Aug. 12, 1894.
Editor Wealth Makers:
Not wishing to Hatter any one I will
eay that of a dozen leading Populist
papers that reach our sanctum The
Wealth Makers leads them all. j
have read with much Interest the pre
ferences for state officers. All of them
good men, and plenty more to be heard
from: but I am opposed to any prefer
ence being expressed for U. S. Senator
either through the paper or at our state
cBvention. Let us see to It that we
elect the right kind of men to the legis
lature and then trust to them for the
Senator as too many exigencies arise,
and while our members might be obli
gated by their constituents to Btay by a
certain candidate that could never be
elected, while If left free to act they
might unite on some one else and elect.
In our coming conventions we must
keep out of that plutocratic trap (fusion)
or bo done up as a party. There is one
proponed plank lor our platform that I
really fear, and that is equal suffrage.
We know that women are fully as in
telligent as men. but when we look
around us and see men working and
tolling for 364 days in a year in order to
support their families, and on the re
maining day walk up to the polls and
vote It 11 away to a handful of pluto
crats, eorporatlons, etc., wo wonder
whether women who have not had as
eood an opportunity to study financial
affairs would be so much wiser. In our
county the towns are against us, and
but few of the business men vote with
us. Now in case of general suffrage al
most every lady in the city would g to
the polls and unless they saw their own
interests better than most of their hus
bands thev would double the votei
against Us. We have taken all the
pains we could to po9t ourselves and wa
are justified in saying that not even one
half of the country ladles, in this county
at least, would go to the polls. There
are several still stronger reasons that I
might give, but I know that your space
Is overcrowded at this time, and we will
trust and abide In the good judgment
of our delegates, but better not venture
in too deep water. Let us have but few
planks of the best and most nee,
terial and upon those be firmly t
The Phelps County Populists.
Editor Wealth Makers:
The county convention of the People's
Independent party of Phelps county,
Nebraska, was held in the court house
at Iloldredge, on August the 11th.
It was harmonious and enthusiastic in
all its acts. The present incumbents,
E. Soderman representative and Andre w
Jackson Shafer county attorney, were
renominated with practically no opposi
tion. A resolution Instructing the
delegates to the state convention to work
for a demand for direct legislation as
the principal plank in the state plat
form of the party passed unanimously.
The other resolutions are herewith
euclosed.as cut from the World-Herald,
I do not exaggerate in the least when I
say that all indications point to an
extraordinarily heavy Independent vote
in this county in the coming election.
Our candidate for county attorney has
proved himself worthy of the nomina
tion for the third time, and no fair
person will deny that he will have a
walk-over, for the simple reason that
the citizens recognize a good man when
they see him. Our candidate for rep
resentative has been twice tried and
found to be true as steel, and as none
doubt his strict Integrity, he will
get there in time to help elect
another United States Senator like
Allen. I almost forgot to say
that the convention also voted to
stay "In the middle of the road '
The delegates to the state convention
will nearly all go by the middle of the
wagon road route. L. C. Huck.
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OFFICERS STATE ALLIANCE.
Prenldent, w. . Dale, Atlanta.
Vice-Pres., Prof. W. A. Jones, Hastings:.
Hecaetary, Mrs. J. T. Kellle. Han well.
Treurer. James Cameron, Beaver City.
J. H Poweie, htat Lecturer, Cornell.
W. F. WrlKht. State Organizer Alliance Aid,
IX BCCTTV E COMMITTEE
Chairman. I. N. Leonard, Lincoln.
K. Soderman, Berirand.
C. W Young, W ilBonvllle.
C. M Lemar, Wahoo.
J. M. Dlinmick, Macon.
THE WEALTH MAKERS ALLIANCE
BY MRS. J. T. KELLIE. SEC'Y.
The Jubilee Slngera on Ihe Koart.
Nihraska City, Neb. Aug. 14, '94.
Editor Wealth Makers:
Mr. Henry Hucklns opened the cam
paign here last night from a Populist
standpoint. The jubilee singers sang
while being conveyed up Central
Avenue to Ninth street, where they
stopped, and after singing a few pieces
Hon. W. H. Dech was introduced and
spoke for an hour and a half to a large
and attentive audience upon the polltl
cal issues of the present campaign
Mr. Dech is an able speaker and will
give the people food for thought where-
ever he goes. Mr. Huckins' campaign
lng combination goes from hereto Syra
cuse where they will take in the county
convention; from there to Lincoln then
to Grand Island to the state convention
Mr. Ilucains has a spring wagon fitted
up expressly for his troup of singers and
speakers, and will, after the state con
vention, travel over the state and with
song and speech arouse and enthuse
the people wherever he goes. Let this
be a campaign of song as well as speech
maiting. The power of music is Irresist
ible. Men will march up to the can
non's mouth and be shot down under
the Influence of the soul-stlrring strains
of sweet music. Just so will they march
to the polls and redeem our state and
our nation from the corrupt party com
bine that ha9 made us slaves and is now
seeking through class legislation to
make our children and e ven the genera
tions yet unborn slaves to the money
power. On with speech making and
song and we will yet be free.
R. W. Trimble.
The Time to Act.
Editor Wealth Makers:
The deplorable condition of the people
of Nebraska especially the unfortu
nates of the drouth sections, is a spec
tacle, the consideration of which ought
to be enough to move the stony hearts
of humanity to tears, and unite the
whole people in a common cause
against the fate that confronts them.
There is no use to relate the story. We
can all understand the situation when
we consider that nine-tenths of the
farmers of Nebraska are compelled to
sell their crops as soon as harvested at
whatever price they can get, to pay
taxes, settle store bills, and pay in
terest on notes and mortages. A total
failure in crops means a failure to meet
these obligations or a sacrifice equal to
double the amount. It means a set
back in business; it means trouble and
tears; It means want and hunger, rags
,lnd ruin, suicide and crime, and all
the misery the age can picture of hu
manity drinking the dregs of poverty
and want. When the farmer finds
himself in this Bad condition, the mer
chant feels the effect. He shuts down
on the credit system, turns off his
clerks, buys little and sells less, ' and
the terrible scourge has reached the
factory, and the same effect and result
What's to be done to help the situa
tion and keep up the prosperity of the
state? We must either see alike and
act alike or suffer alike. There are
several ways in which we might bridge
over this terrible chasm of despair
which lies between us and relief. The
suggestion of The Wealth Makers,
to issue county and state warrants to
carry on public improvements in the
way of roads, canals and public bui'd-
Ings, and such warrants to be received
for taxes, is an excellent plan. Again,
if those of the farmers and business
men who are fortunate enough to have
a thousand or ten thousand dollars to
loan to national banks at 5 or 6 per
cent are In sympathy with the sufferers
enough to understand their own inter
ests and prosperity, would call for their
money and loan that above their wn
needs to their neighbors at the same
rate, what a blessing It would be to all!
Suppose one farmer in ten has a thou
sand dollars to loan and the other nine
wish to borrow. Would not the nine
be sufficient security to the lender?
There need be no mortgage of heart
less corporation greed about It. It is
better and cheaper If eight of the nine
should have to pay the whole debt than
for each of them to go separately to a
bank or broker and cover his home or
farm with a mortgage, pay a high rate
of Interest for two or three years and
then perhaps lose all.
It is time to act. We must be up
and doing before the panic spreads,
business is stagnated and real suffering
is upon us. Our own state is sufficient
unto all our needs. Let the people get
to thinking and acting before the real
Yours for united effort,
J. A. Frame,
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Lancaster County Fair.
The L nearer County Agricultural
Association will hold Its annual fair at
the State fair grounds September 7 to
14 inclusive. The premium list are
now out and can be had of the secre
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and P streets.
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Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an
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tlon wherein the Nebraska Savings Bank Is
plaintiff, and valton G. Huberts et al are de
fendants I will, at two o'clock p. m., on the
2nth day of Sept-mber A D 1894. at the East
door of the Court House In the city of Lincoln,
Lancaster county, Nebraska, offer for sale at
public auction the following described real es
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A Plea For the Gospel 75
Civilization's Inferno 50
Looking Backward 50
The D gs and the Fleas 50
Ai; A Social Vision 50
Co-Operative Commonwealth fO
If Christ. Came to Chicago 50
Driven From Sea to Sea 50
London Money Power 25
Errors In Our Monetary System
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Six Centuries of Work and Wages 25
Seed Time and Harvest 25
BoDd-Holders and Bread winners 25
A Better Financial System, or
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The Duties of Man 15
Ten Men of Money Island 10
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Every Friday during Julyand August
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This substantial reduction irom tana
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