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August 22, 1895
THE WEALTn MAKERS.
Th Peoplo Should Arise In Tholr Mlcht
Md Remodel and Reconstruct It.
lour comment on the income tax de
cision, vAich appear in the May Maga
zine, is sensible and to the point Yon
say: "If the constitution ia to be a
cloak under which landlords are to be
sheltered, the time has come for the
tenants and home owners to change
the constitution. This is true, and
the necessity for action in this direc
tion admits of no qualification what
ever. There is no "if about the mat
ter at all; not only landlords, but
privilege mongers of all description,
whose only aim is to rob the laborer
of the results of his toil, have found
shelter behind the impregnable bul
warks of the constitution; the instru
ment which was created by our fathers
for the protection of the liberties of
the people has been interpreted by our
court of Irresponsible judges on the
supreme bench always so as to preserve
intact the privileges of the few and
visit tyranny and oppression on the
mass of the people; and the time has
come when, if we would preserve our
liberties and make this country the
abiding place of freedom for future
generations, the constitution must be
altered so radically that its own
authors, if they were on earth
to-day, would be unable to recog
nize it It needs to be overhauled
from top to bottom, and brought into
harmony with twentieth century ideals
of democracy. The political theory
which permits the laws enacted by the
representatives of the people to be
overturned whenever, in the opinion
merely of five irresponsible persons
called justices of the supreme court,
they fail to harmonize with the pro
visions of an instrument created for
the government of four millions of peo
ple scattered principally along the
Atlantic seaboard, in the days when
. the railroad, the steamboat, the tele
graph, and telephone, the electric
light and the electrlo railway, and,
what is more important still, the
syndicate, the industrial corporation
and the trusts were unknown; when it
took the traveler longer to go from
New York to Charleston than It now
takes to go from Portland, Me., to
Portland, Ore. ; when the localisms of
the people were pronounced and their
interests dlversed; when all concep
tions of life and all social conditions
were so totally different from what
they are at present that theory is not
a sound one for this day and age, from
the standpoint of democracy.. What
have we in common with the founders
of this republic-except our desire for
liberty? Why should we consent to
govern our social relations after ideas
and methods laid down more than ,a
century ago, by persons who,
however wise and patriotic
they might have been, could
not, possibly have had the
slightest conception of our needs? The
theory is so farcical a one that the won
der is that an intelligent people has so
long given adherence to It I do not
hesitate to express my belief that the
people shall never be able to secure
such legislation as they demand, bear
ing on the momentous social problems
of the day, until this theory is aban
doned, to be replaced by one more ra
tional. As long as our lawmakers con
fine their legislative energies to the
regulation of petty details of govern
mental administration, the spoils of
office, the giving away of the people's
money through grants of bounties,
subsidies, lands and franchises to syn
dicates, corporations and trusts, there
is nothing said aboutoonstitutionalism
or lack of authority, and the laws are
not called in question. Dut let a law
be enacted that is elearly In the inter
ests of the masses, one which inter
feres with vested rights and cuts down
the privileges of the rich and power
ful, and there is at once a howl about
the unconstitutionality of such legis-
- lation, the incompetence of the peo
ple's representatives to pass such laws;
the host of privilege mongers hasten to
bring the matter to the attention of
bur sapient and all but omnipotent su
preme judges for the purpose of secur
ing their opinion as to what George
Washington and his compatriots would
think about the matter if they were
alive; and It rarely happens that these
sapient authorities do not come to the
conclusion that our revolutionary
fathers never intended to invest the
. twnnle's representatives with Dower
. sufficient to make such laws when
absurd spectacle! the law becomes at
once as ineffective as. though it had
never been enacted.
These Dogberrys on our supreme
bench pretend to tell us the intention
of our constitution makers concerning
the solution of questions about which
they could have had no more concep
tion than the average man has of the
attributes of the Deity, and once they
have delivered their opinion, we,
moved by the same superstitious rever
ence for the unknowable and the ab
surd which animated our idol-worship
ing ancestors, bow our necks to the
yoke in humble reverence at the words
of our idol, saying: "It is kismet; our
god has spoken his mind to his chil
dren; let us not disobey the will of our
god." The Greeks had their Delphic
oracle which, for a consideration, in
terpreted the wishes of the gods con
cerning the temporal affairs of men,
The Americans have their supreme
court which, for a consideration inter
prets the wishes of their god concern
ing the conduct of temporal affairs.
We ridicule the absurd idea of the
Greeks, but wherein is our own idea
any the less ridiculous? In the lan
guage of a modern classic: "You pays
your money, and you takes your
We are told that we must abide by
the intention of our fathers with re
spect to the conduct of our govern
mental affairs. Very good. We find
that the Third ccngress passed the fol
lowing resolution on the 23d ef Decem
"Any person holding any office or
any stock in any institution in the na
ture of a bank for Issuing or discount
ing bills or notes payable to bearer or
order, cannot be a member of the
house while he holds such office or
This resolution was signed by Presi
dent George Washington, and it is a
matter of record that l"resident John
Adams considered it a part of his
duty to dispose of some shares of bank
stock of which he was the owner be
fore taking the oath of office as presi
dent Does any person have the faint
est suspicion of an idea that if the
question were brought before the su
preme court that a decision could be
Becured declaring bankers ineligible
to a seat in the house, because it was
the intention of our fathers that they
should not become law-makers? I
hardly believe so. Yes, you are right;
the constitution must be changed, and
the sooner the task is gone about and
accomplished, the sooner will we es
cape from the quagmire of our polit
ical difficulties. We shall never be
able to accomplish anything of mo
ment; we are practically helpless in a
political sense as long as the present
regime continues. W. P. Borland, in
Locomotive Firemen's Magazine.
GOLD KNOCKED OUT.
Will the United States Supreme Court De
cide the Matter la Gold's Favor?
The supreme court of Ohio, in a de
cision rendered by Chief Justice Min
shall, has affirmed it to be unlawful for
a municipal corporation, and, by in
ference, any other body charged with
disbursement of public money, to con
tract that its debts shall be payable
exclusively in gold.
The trustees of the sinking fund of
the city of Cincinnati are anxious to
refund a 4 per cent interest bearing
debt of 93,000,000. A syndicate of
capitalists are ready to furnish money
for the refunding on a basis of 3.65 per
cent, provided that the new bonds
shall be made payable, principal and
interest, in gold. The o trustees are
about to accept the offer of the syndi
cate when certain citizens pray for an
injunction in restraint of obligation to
pay in gold only. The commom
pleas court rules that the trustees
are empowered to enter into such
obligation, the plaintiffs appeal
to the circuit court, and the decree
in common pleas is overruled. The
trustees now appeal to the supreme
court, and by it the ruling of the cir
cuit court is sustained. Thus, in so
far as the highest court in Ohio can de
termine, it is made unlawful for a pub
lic body to discriminate between silver
The decree of the supreme court be
ing issued in vacation time, the text of
this henceforth famous ruling will not '
be published until September. , It will
be read with interest and the argu
ments upon which it is based will form
part of the material of that campaign
of education upon monetary matters
that now is in progress. It is, how
ever, of itself a gratifying incident
that the supreme court of a great state
has decided that in the payment of
public money the creditor of the public
shall not be able to claim payment in
gold. In payment of the public debt
of Ohio the creditor cannot refuse sil
ver at a par with gold. Chicago Inter
A democratic state convention in
Baltimore the other day adopted the
"That , we commend as worthy of all
praise the course of Grover Cleveland,
under whose fearless, patriotic and
conservative leadership prosperity and
stability are assured the country,
which, as the apostle of tariff reform,
has brought a large measure of relief
to our manufacturing and commercial
interests, adding to the wages of labor
while decreasing the cost of living;
and who, by his determined stand for
the repeal of the Sherman silver act,
has saved the country from a cheap
and fluctuating currency, a curse to
rich and poor alike, but most of all to
the poor, who most need an honest
lar. His administration has done
this for our people at home and has
regained respect for the country and
its flag abroad."
From every where comes the cheering
news of the rapid growth of the peo
ple's party. The masses have become
thoroughly convinced that the two old
machines known as the democratic and
republican parties are one and the
same thing, hankering after the flesh
pots. Spoils only Is the one thing need
ful in the estimation of democratic
and republican politicians. The peo
ple are aroused as never before, hence
this mighty rush to the people's party.
Ichabod, is written on the two.old ma
chines. Rings, trusts and combines
must be overthrown and completely
crushed out and this can never be done
through the agency of either old ma
chine and the people now see it. 1 Let
the roll be called and move forward to
the conflict Victory awaits the patri
otic. Weatherford (Tex.) Leader.
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Gave a Chattel Morlg-at-s.
LiscoLjr, Neb., Aug. 20. The Brown
Bros.' Grain company gave a chattel
mortgage yesterday in favor of the
Citizens' State Bank of Council Bluffs,
la., for 814,156.6).. The mortgage is on
elevators, scales, warehouses, horse
Dowers and other property owned by
the firm in Cortland, Pickerell, Beat
rice. Blue Springs, Barneston, liolems,
rille, Valparaiso, Haymond, Jainaica
Hanlon and Princeton. It was given
to secure a judgment obtained by the
bank on December 12, 1891.
Ord Livery Barm Burned.
Ohd. Neb.. Aut. 20. At about 1
o'clock this afternoon the fine livery
barn oi James Scott was discovered in
flames. The barn is a total loss. The
-nntnta wr all consumed, including
fourteen hordes, all first-class, also
carriages, harness and-all tne livery
m,t fit Thi Idr la eat! mated at SXUOO.
insured for SI, 500. The origin of the
tire is unknown, n is supposed to
have been incendiary.
PiniMONT. Neb.. Auir. 20. News has
just reached here that the cylinder of
Mr. Leshonkey's new threshing
machine exploded Saturday afternoon
while threshing at Mr. Lempher's
farm three miles northeast of this
place. The cylinder was blown into
fragments, some of which struck the
boiler, fifty feet away. The strange
part of it is that no one was nurt.
The separator is a wreck.
Tke efoo.mr CAtv of fihafHald. frnm
St. Louis to the Tennessee river.struck
an obstruction in tae Mississippi river
below Cairo. I1L, and sank. No lives
Anniversary of the Franco-Prussian War
Berlin, Aug. 20. There was splen
did weather here yesterday for the
celebrating of the twenty-fifth anni
versary of the battle of Gfevelotte,
whioh had so decisive an influence
upon the Franco-Prussian war. The
anniversary was signalized here by
the laying of the foundation ' stone of
the national monument to the late Em
peror William I. by bis grandson, Em
peror William II. in the presence of
many of the German sovereigns and
Governor Larrabee's great work, "The
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People's Independent State Conven
The PeoDle'i Independent elector of the state
ei Nebraska are hereby requested to elect aud
end delegates from their respective counties, to
meet in convention In the city of Lincoln on Wed
nesday. Auirast 28, at 2 p. m.. lor toe purpose oi
nominating one candidate for Indue of ths an
pretns court, two candidates lor regent oi ins
Stats University, and to transact such other bus.
Iness as may properly corns before ths conven
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delegate for each one hundred votes or major
fraction thereof; cast at the general election of
1894 for Hon. H. W. McFadilen for secretary oi
State, which gives ths following representation by
Knox .... 10
Perkins ......... 4
Phelps ........ 11
Polk - 18
Harpy - 5
Scotts Bluff.,... .. 2
Seward ..................... It
Sioux - 2
Thayer ......... 11
Thomas....-.... ...... 1
W ebster. 11
W heeler 8
We would recommend that no proxies be al
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vote to wntca tueir respective counues are en-
Ws would also recommend that tn the counties
candidates for the various county offices be nom
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J. A, EDORBTON, J. H. EDMI8TEW.
been tary. tuairmaa
1 4th Judicial District Call
Judicial District ot the State of Nebraska are
.... . T. J .lu,ln,a rtt th lith
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their respective counuee w uiwum v,.j
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conrt ot the 14th Judicial district, and to trans-
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before the convention. The basis of representa
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county and ons additional delegate for each one
. i ' . . .AlnM (,.niu. th.NWf mat. a.t.
the Reneral election ot 1891 tor Hon. H. W. Mc-
Kadden for necretary m oiaie, wmtu enow i
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J. A. Shiridir.
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