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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
October 4, 1894
Tfcey Do Want to Vote.
"Women do want to Tote."
What can be more exasperating to an
intelligent woman than to hear men say:
Women would not rote if they hud the
ballot" GiTens the ballot and you
would find that there' are many women
of "many minds" an well as many men of
"many minds." You would find the man
whose wife reads novels, fondles lap-dogs
poodles or pugs, instead of children, and
never wants to hear men talk politics,
down town talking politics with intelli
gent men. Why? Because be wants to
talk with some one who bas brains.
Therefore he seldom spends his leisure
hours at home, only stays there long
enough to eat and sleep, and that man
says, "women don't want to vote."
Poor fellow, he has many sympathizers
for "he married in haste," etc. Another
man has a household drudge (Ue calls
her his wife). She gets up in cold winter
mornings, builds the fires, shovels a path
through the snow to the barn, feeds the
stock, milks the cows, then; gets a nice
warm breakfast for her sleeping husband
and children. She calls tbem up and
after all are dressed and fed and the
older children sent off to school, then
comes the routine work, wasking, iron
ing, baking, churning, scrubbing, clean
ing and cooking; and never one hour's
time to read in the papers thatber hus
band and brothers have for the last
twenty years been voting her and her
children into bondage and poverty. That
man says, "Women don't want to vote."
In these enlightened days, my brother,
it is not a compliment to you to say,
"my wife don't want to vote."
What an army of anarchists we are
raising up all around us, to be sure, said
Grandma Smith, on returning from a
tea party where none were invited but
Republicans. Yes, that is what they call
men who are leaving their party. Then
these same law-abiding citizens will tell
us how when they were young they help
ed the slaves get out of the states into
Canada, through the underground rail
ways; they tell us the laws were so unjust
they ought not to have been respected,
and that they were accused by the slave
holders of stirring up strife and causing
dissatisfaction among themselves, whom
their masters said were well off, and well
cared for clothed and sheltered.
There were no tramps among them and
they did not have to "keep off the grass."
They needed no educator their mast
ers were capable of formulating laws and
legislating for them, etc., etc
Then they will eulogize John Brown for
organizing a band of patriots and lead
ing them to one of our national forts,
where they captured the arsenal and
armory, and those "wicked Democrats"
called him an anarchist and hung him
for being a traitor. (Let us pray for an
army of John Brown to liberate the
white slaves in this "our country." His
tory tells us that the constant discuss
ing and agitating of the slavery question
brought on the civil war and bloodshed,
broken hearts, desolate homes, widows,
orphans and a mighty wailing went up
throughout the land for fathers, hus
bands and sons, that went to the war,
and never came back. What then?
Freedom. Yes, our loved ones were
sacrificed to free the African slave. What
.next? Well may we ask, what next? If
we could draw the curtain and hide the
infamy of the men that were sent to
Washington by a trusting and confiding
people. The Republican party had abso
lute control of this government for over
thirty years, and through their unjust
legislation, we. the farmers and all the
laboring classes are ground under the
iron heel of oppression.
Brother, your hand holds the ballot
that is denied us. You have the power
to drive the monarch from the throne,
while we, your sisters, stand by helpless.
We are classed with idiots, lunatics and
criminals. Can you say weunsex our
selves in pleading for the right to vote,
since the old party we once cherished has
become the father of saloons, and its
twin sister, the brothel? It has sent
thousands of our sons reeling into
eternitv. to meet the drunkard s God
My face burns with indignation while I
write that some of the ministers of the
eospel, preachers in pulpits of all deno
minations, are still voting to perpetuate
these cursed institutions.
Now listen while I copy a clipping from
the National Statistical Bureau: "Seven
hundred millions of dollars is the snug
sum which this Christian nation spent
last vear for rum, wine and beer.
But what is the use of talking about
dollars, when'you undertake to estimate?
Think of the tears, wretchedness, blight,
bleedine hearts, the ruin of homes, of
mind, body, soul, eternity. This is the
darline that is so tenderly fondled and
protected by every voter who caste his
ballot for either of the old parties be he
aaint or sinner preacher or saloon keep
er. His judgment day is coming. Chris
tian brother, will you keep on voting for
a party that has given us this abomina
tion for a heritage?
When I seethe want and destitution
around me. mt heart sinks within me for
my own inability to relieve. And as the
years have come and . gone, and the
tightening grasp of our legislative bodies
have elowly but surely wound the cords
of bondage and oppression around the
people, depriving them of everything
that makes borne dear. Oh brothers
Americans does the blood of your
ancestors, who fought for freedom from
the British yoke, flow in your veins
Will you keep on tamely submitting to
the oppression of the British gold, ana
"all Street Shylocks? Will you still
cling to the party that Lincoln would
acorn to own could he return to us?
Will the ballots that shall be cast next
November show to the world that there
is not manhood enough left in these
United States to protect our homes, our
children and your wives from degrada
tion and poverty?
A I armeb s Wife.
Tbe Duty of the 1 fanrch.
Rev. Dr. Chapin will address the Lin
coln.Nationallst Club Suodiy at 3 p. m
onVThe Duty of Church Toward the
An Open Letter to B. Bosewater.
Honorer Sib: You kindly forwarded
to me a goodly number of copies of tbe
Omaha Bee containing your speech in
Fremont to be distributed to all intelli
gent and conscientious Republicans. I
did as yourequested. Now will you allow
me in return to give you my individual
opinion as a private citizen of your
course in this matter.
The speech as a whole is a masterly
arraignment of the Republican candidate
for governor, and ought to convince
every intelligent and honest voting Re
publican that he would be com mi ting a
uicidal act politically by recording his
vote for Thomas Majors. But is this
not a very weak and one-sided view to
take of the matter? I fully believe that
your position with regard to Majors
political character is all that you por
tray it; but is it common sense for the
honest rank and file of the Republican
party to stop at Tom Majors? Are the
other nominees on the Republican ticket
one whit better than Tom Majors? Do
they not endorse and ratify his nomina
tion, are they not as guilty of conniv
ing at the great wrongs which you say
the Republican nominee is charged with,
and is not their acceptance of his nomi
nation a distinct pledge that their gover
nor, Mr. Majors, is to thein satisfactory?
Now let us look at your position in re
lative to Judge Holcorab. You say he
as, as a man and politician, a clean re
cord. Good. And you say he will carry
out a healthy and pure policy as our
chief executive. Again, I endorse your
verdict. But why do you stop at Judge
Holcorab? Why come into the Populist
camp and select this able jurist as a
fitting champion to fight the railroad
corporations, and yet deny him his own
associates who would assist him to carry
out these self-same reforms? It is a law
in nature, that birds of a kind flock to
gether. And to ask Judge Holcorab to
act as your executive, and work with
men whose whole political career is
against him, seems to me to savor of
stupidity. Robert Ingersoll said in the
March number of the North American
Review for 1887, that he did not under
stand why the working men who were in
the majority should vote against them
selves; and most assuredly the majority
of Nebraska voters would be voting
against themselves by placing a Republi
can Attorney General in office, or in fact
men of that party to any office that re
quested them to fight the railroad power
For it is by your own showing a fact that
Majors is their tool; and most assuredly
is associates on the Republican ticket
endorse and would help him to carry
out his aims. I say to you Edward
Rosewater "Come out from among
Trusting you will see the common sense
of my position and work to aid the
Populist nominees, one and all.
Jobn S. Maiben.
A Word About Mr. Dunning.
Kearney, Neb., Sept. 28, 1894.
Editor Wealth Makers:
I observe in your last issue "a word
from Mr. Dunning" in which he seeks to
re-establish himself in the confidence of
Nebraska people which he has so greatly
abused in the past six months. To do
this he promises to make "a complete
refutation of thechargesbronghtagainst
him" after election. Now I have no
doubt that those who brought the
charges are as patriotic as Mr. Dunning,
and will not press him for any answer
until he gets "good and ready." But
meanwhile I would warn all honest Pop
ulists to beware of accepting Mr. D's
promises at par. II he ever does under
take to refute charges, he may find that
"the half has never been told." The
Populists of Nebraska have had expert
ence enough with ''wolves in sheep's
clothing" to justify them in going slow.
Yours for justice,
S. Edwin Thorntok.
Let clubs, legions and local committee
take advantage of our Ten Cent offer for
the campaign and order Thb Wealth
makers sent to prepared lists of voters
Attend to this at once, or as eoon as
Every woman needs Dr. Miles' Pain Pills.
Chicago, Oct 1. The Rev. Swan
B. Newman, 83 years old, pastor of
the Emanuel Swedish Methodist
church, bas taken out a license to
marrv Miss Anna Cecelia Ohman,aged
80. The prospective bridegroom has
been a minister for lorty yean ana
has been married before.
Dr. Ullee Pate Pills cure Neuralgia.
Johnson's Great Beoord.
Waxthaji, Miss., Oct L John S.
Johnson knocked two seconds off the
world's mile record, flying start,
held by Bliss, covering the mile
in 1:50 3-5.
That LameBacn can be rurrd with
Vt. Miles' HfcttVJS riAHTX-U. Only 850.
Populist Campaign Orator Dates
The State and Congressional commit
tees announce below the dates and places
hen and where our statecandidates and
the Texas "Cyclone" will speak. Let
each Populist within reach immediately
take a hand in advertising these meetings
and get as many of bis neighbors out to
hear our speakers as possible. Make
each meeting a rouser. Much depends on
lo ml preparation and each wide awake
Populist can do much to make the meet
ings effective. Look over all the dates
below and set yourselves at work. The
speakers' places and dates areas follows:
Valparaiso, October 5.
Ashland, " 6.
Osceola, " 9.
Stromsburg, " 10.
Shelby, " 11.
York, " 14.
Exeter, " 1 5.
Beaver Crossing, " 16.
Ulysses, " 18.
Milford, " 20.
Wymore, " 23.
Aurora, November 5.
Auburn, October 4, 2 p m.
Falls City, " 5, 8 "
Table Rock, " 6, 2 "
Pawnee City, " 7, 2 "
Tecumseh, " 8, 8 "
Beatrice, " 9, 8 "
Wilbur, " " 10, 2 "
Crete, 1 " 10, 8 "
Weeping Water, " 11, 2 "
Fremont, " 12, 8 "
Arlington, " 13, 2 -
Blair, " 13, 8 "
Tekamah, " 15, 2 "
Oakland, " 15, 8 "
Emerson, 16, 2 "
Dakota City, " 16, 8 "
Allen, " 17,2 -
Randolph, " 18, 2
Wayne, " 19, 8 "
Norfolk, " 20, 9 "
CAREY AND KEM.
Crawford, October 4.
Chadron, " 5.
Rushville, " 6.
Valentine, " 8.
Woodlake, " 9.
Ainswortb, " 10.
Newport, " 11.
Atkinson, " 12.
Sutton, October 4, 2 p m.
Harvard, " 4, 8 "
Hastings, " 5, 8 "
Red Cloud, " 6, 2 "
Blooinington, " 6, 8 "
McCook, " 8, 8 "
Arapahoe, " 9, 2 "
Holdrege, " 10, 8 "
Elwood, " 11, 2 '
Lexington, " 12, 2 "
North Platte, " 13, 2 "
St. Paul, " 15, 8 "
Ord, " 16, 8 "
Greeley Center, " 17, 2 "
Central City, , " 18, 8 "
Columbus, " 19.
MCFADDEN AND JONES.
Trenton, October 4, 2 p m.
Benkleman, " 5, 2 "
Culbertson, " 6, 2 "
Imperial, " 8, 2 " '
Grant, " 9, 2 "
Wallace, " 10, 2 "
Curtis, " 11, 2 "
Bertrand, " 12, 2 "
Minden, " 13, 2 "
Fairfield, " 15, 2 "
Edgar, " 15, 8 "
Nelson, " 16, 2 "
Davenport. " 17, 2 "
Belvidere, " 18, 2 "
Strang, " 19, 2 "
Tobias, " 19, 8 " ,
Western, " 20, 2 "
GAFFIN AND POWERS.
Amherst, October 5.
Summer, " 6.
Eddyville, " 8.
Oconto, " 9, 2 p m.
Calloway, " 9, 8 "
Shelton. " 11.
Fullerton, " 13.
Cedar Rapids, " 15, 2 "
St. Edwards, " 16, 2 "
Albion, " 17, 2 "
Newman's Grove, " 18, 2 "
Leigh, ' 19, 2 "
Howell, " 20, 2 "
8. J. KENT.
So. Omaha, October 8, toll.
Plattsmouth, " 12, to 13.
Nebraska City, " .15, 2 pm.
Syracuse, " 16, 2 "
Beatrice, " 17, 8 "
Wymore, " 18, 8 "
Fairbury, " 19, 2 "
Fairmont, " 20, 5 "
HON. W. A. MCKEIGHAN.
Sutton, October 4, 2 p m.
Harvard, " 4, 8 "
Hastings, ," 5, 8 "
Minden, " 6, 2 "
Doniphan, " 8, 2 "
Grand Island, " 8, 8 "
Wood River, " 9, 2 "
Prosser, " 9, 8 "
Keneeaw, " 10, 2 "
Holdrege, " 10, 8 "
Elwood, " 11, 2 "
Eustis, " 12, 2 "
Bertrand, " 12, 8 "
Orleans, " 13, 8 "
Franklin, 15, 2 "
Bloomington, " 15, 8 "
Republican City, " 16, 2 "
Alum, " 16, 8 "
Norman, " 17, 2 "
Holstein, " 17, 8 "
Roseland, " 18, 2 "
Bladen, ' " 19, 2 "
Blue Hill, " 19, 8 "
Red Cloud, " 20, 8 "
With Senator Allen at Sutton, Harvard,
Hastings, Holdrege and Elwood.
A. B. WEIRS.
Hon. A. H. Weir, candidate for Con
gress in the 1st congressional district,
will fill appointments speaking on tbe
issues of the day, as given below:
Auburn, October 4, 2 pro.
Falls City, " 5, 8 "
Table Rock, 6, 2 "
Pawnee City, " 6, 8
Teeumseh, " 8, 8
Havelock, " 9, 8 "
Waverly, " 10, 2 "
Eagle, " 10, 8 "
Weeping Water, " 11, 2 "
Dunbar, " 11, 8 "
Syracuse, " 12, 8
Bennett, " 13, 2
Douglas, " 15, 8 "
Cook, " 16, 2 K"
Talinage, " 16, 8 "
Johnson, " 17, 8 "
Crab Orchard, " 18, 8 "
Sterling, " 19, 8 "
Hickman, " 20, 2 "
Lincoln, " 20, 8 "
i. U. Dk" VINE.
Hon. J. M. Devine candidate for con
gress in the Third district will speak at
the following ntuneil places on the dates
Mitdison, October 4, is p m.
Albion, 5, 8 "
Elgin. " 6.
Pierce, " 8, 8 "
Crnighton, " 9, 8 "
Niobrara, " 10.
Iiloomfleld, " 11.
Pender, ' 12, 8 "
Lyons, " 13, 8 "
Oakland. " 15, 8 "
Tekamah, " 15, 2 "
Emerson. - 16, 2 "
Dakota City, " 16,8 "
Allen, " 17, 2 '
Randolph, " 18, 2 "
Wayne, " 19, 8 "
Norfolk, " 20, 8 "
All druggist sell Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters.
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Jones has skipped with $10,000." "He's a
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too." "He's an Infernal scoundrel 1"
What the Old Man Did: "What's Dlckdolnj
nowl" "Well, Dick he's a-doclorin'." "And
John!" "He'shorse tradln'." "And William"'
"He's a-sarin' ot souls." "And Tom?" "Well
Tom he's sorter politlclanln' aroun'." "And
your "Well, I'm sorter farmln an a-feedln
ot Dick, an' John, an William an' Tom."
If, asks an exchange, a negro waiter, pass
ing down the dining room with a fins roast
turkey should let the plaiter fall, what would
be the effect upon the nations ef the earth I
The downfall of Turkey, the breaking up of
China the overflow of Greece, and the humilia-
tlen of Africa.
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