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December 5, 2895
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
THE WAY FRANCE DOES IT.
Th Paper Honey IVd In That Country
Is Hot Itcdeemablo In Uold or Silver.
Commentingr on the manner in which
the administration construes the law
in respect to the redemption of green
backs and treasury notes, the New
York Mercury says:
"The only gold exports to" Europe
this week were made by one firm, and
amounted to 82,500,000, said to be for
account of the fiscal agent of the Ger
"While the Bank of England has
pained during the year ended Sep
tember 20, 1895, 825,160,000 in gold, the
Bank of France 523.510,000 and Aus-
Jia-IIungary $42,300,000, Germany has
feined only about 53.000,000.
I ""The United States alone, of all the
governments which maintain the gold
basis, seems to be utterly powerless to
protect its gold reserve. The secre
tary of the treasury declines to follow
the example of the Bank of France,
the fiscal agent of the French govern
ment, winch protects its gold reserve
by redeeming its notes in silver, and
the consequence is that when any gov
ernment of Europe desires to replen
ish its stock of gold it does so at the
expense of the United States treasury
by offering to bankers here an extra
commission, or interest on the money
in transit, which practically amounts
to a premium on gold.
"It is stated on good authority that
in addi'.ion to the $2,500,000 gold with
drawn from the treasury this week for
Bhipment to Berlin, there is a demand
from the same quarter for 85,000,000
more, to be shipped before October 10.
The needs of Germany may not be sat
isfied even with this amount, and if
much more gold goes out a bond issue
will be inevitable.
"Thus the American people, under
the present system, are taxing them
selves to enable the government fiscal
institutions of Europe to replenish
their gold supply. That the people of
these European governments are also
taxed is small consolation to us."
The Mercury is mistaken in its state
ment concerning the practice of the
Bank of France. It io not its own
notes that the bank refuses to furnish
fold for in large amounts, but bank
exchange, both domestic and foreign.
So far as its own issues of paper are
joncerned. the bills are not redeem
able in either gold or silver, not being
promises to pay, but partaking of the
nature of absolute, inconvertible paper
This significant and important fact
has recently received absolute con
firmation during a recent visit to Kan
sas City, Mo., of Mr. S. E. Morss, for
merly of that city, and now American
sonsul-general at Paris. He was in
the city but two days, but during his
stay was interviewed by a reporter
who, in the course of the interview,
"Is any attention to the silver agita
tion in America marked in France?"
"They think any independent effort
in America for silver will be disastrous
to America. There is no government
paper money in Franee, you know.
The government coins gold and silver,
9nly. The Bank of France has a char
ter to issue paper."
Consul-General Morss took a silver
coin from his pocket about the size of
an American white dollar. "This is a
five frane piece," he said. "It is 15
to 1. The smallest gold coin is a ten
franc piece. Their dollar, you see, is
Bie then produced a note printed in
ethereal pink, which looked like a
Priests of Pallas ball invitation. "This
Is a fifty franc note of the Bank of,
France. Let's see. It contains no
promise to pay. It says merely 'fifty
francs.' The conditions in France are
3ifferent and there is no comparison
between silver there and silver here.
You see more silver in France, how
ever, than here. The small currency
is all silver. I have observed one
thing in my travels. The depression
which has prevailed throughout the
world has been in gold countries and
silver countries and all sorts of coun
tries." This is the secret of the continued
prosperity of the Bank of France and
its accumulation of such an immense
store of gold and silver, and also ac
counts for the steady and uniformly
low rate of interest in France.
And this is the way to stop the finan
cial bandits from raiding the treasury
of the United States. Let the green
backs and treasury notes, as fast as
they are "redeemeil," be canceled and
destroyed and an equal amount of
legal tender, absolute, inconvertible
bills be issued to take their place, and
the raids on the treasury must come to
a sudden halt.
And this Is a distinctive feature of
the populist programme, which differ
entiates the people's party silver men
' from the so-called silver men in the old
parties. In the populist scheme of sal
vation there is no such factor as
"speci e redemption," nor is there any
such phrase as "primary money" in
the populist vocabulary. We demand
silver coinage at 16 to 1, and full legal
tender, absolute paper money, in sup
plemental volume sufficient to proper
ly transact the business of the coun
try. This is what France has, and it is
the secret of her prosperity.
Press forward, boys, all along the
line. Victory is in sight
Geouge C Wabdi
Populism favors public ownership of
the government, as against plutocratic
ownership. It also favors and express
ly declares in favor of public owner
ship of railroads, telegraphs, telephone,
land and banks. It declares that
"wealth belongs to him who creates
it"' It says that "every dollar taken
from industry without an equivalent is
p, robbery." It emphasizes the duty of
, man to society and says: "If any will
J not work, neither shall he eat." It
declares that the "powers of govern
ment should be expanded (as in the
case of the postal service) to the end
that oppression, injustice and poverty
shall eventually cease in the land."
All of this is populism. All this the
Coming Nation advocates and a little
more. Coming Nation.
A COMING It K VOLUTION
(Continued from 1st page.)
that principle the completed stiiiduie to
eHtablih which the principle ha nlone
ever ben contended for. Nor is thin
structure to be once definitely planned
and there lemaiu. It must accomodate
Bociety in every condition its progie9
and environment from time to time re
quire. It is elastic, and extensive, and
never to be outgrown, beenune ever to be
chniig"d, even as the practical rules of
individual conduct, by the conditions of
life and development. All that we can
say is that justice now requires, from all
the circumstances of exUtir.g society,
that the privileges here named, which
give advantage and produce inequality,
be abolished. There may be other privi
leges aiise, there may even now be other
adjustments required. But this much, at
least, must now be achieved if society
would Hue from out the conditions iuto
which it is sunk. And this much will es
tablish a republic wbose object will be to
secure human rights and further the ad
vance of human progress."
The volume closes with a sufficient re
view of the issues involved and a brief
discussion of how the problem can be
solved, peaceable and speedily, along the
line of justice and freedom. In this chap
ter Mr. Call observes:
'As long as man submits to institutions
which beggar and enslave him, his sup
plications and his protests will alike go
up to deaf ears, while power and privi
lege will, as they have ever done, lord it
over him. Any attempt to better his
condition or obtain his rights will be a
struggle and revolt against law, and all
society will be organized against him.
The strong arm of the law, it is, that
every where crushes out all attempts of
labor and poverty to obtain their own.
If we would expect any real or lasting re
lief, the law must be ranged on the side
of labor and not atrainst it; the poor of
society must have the benefit of our in
stitutions and not be placed without the
pale of their protection. The remedy
must be" political; nothing short of this
will work any permanent or substantial
"There is what the moralists call "a
noble discontent," which, not satisfied
with wrong, ever struggles toward higher
and better ideals. This ppirit it is that
gave Greece her glory and Home her
grandeur, and this spirit it is that now
centres the hopes of the world upon the
Anglo-Saxon race. The absence of that
spirit it is that constitutes the dark
fatalism of the East, where men regard
themselves as the prey of fate, their con
ditions as irremediable and their lot but
to endure; the absence of that spirit it is
that has blotted Asia and Eastern Eu
rope, once the home of civilization, from
the pages of progress, and made the
names of once glorious nations forgot
"It is not agitation but passive endur
ance that is to be feared. But this' we
have little need now to fear. It is in the
nature of political agitation once fairly
begun to go on. That they who have
once sincerely expoused this new religion
of humanity should abandon it, is not to
be supposed; rather say that .the ranks
of the sincere will be reduced, and that
adversity will, as it has always done, but
strengthen the onward sweep of reform.
Never was there a more opportune time
than the present; every condition, every
indication points to the beginning of the
twentieth century as the opening of a
new era in human affairs and hopes. The
condition of society compels it; the great
popular uprising the upheaval which
now rocks society to its base has pre
pared the way for it; and the march of
mind, which has already enabled man to
subdue nature to his bidding, now pro
mises by the same process to enable him
to subdue himself to the laws of the
moral world. The last and greatest
science, that of society, is but an eany
andnatnral transition from all theother
sciences which have gradually and suc
cessfully rooted themselves in law."
This work ought to become the hand
book of the industrial millions in their
struuglefor the fundamental rights based
on justice; it makes the issues so plain
that the dullest intellect can grasp them;
and when once grasped, the wealth-producers'
are not likely to forget the wul
issues involved, for they carry with them
justice for the wage-workers, happiness
and prosperity not for the industrial mil
lions alone, but for all high-born souls.
Earnest men and women should rend and
circulate this book in every community
throughout the republic. It is a trumpet
call to free men, and its appearance at
the present crisis in the. industrial, eco
nomic, and political history of the re
public is most fortunate; for in spite of
the sneers and scoffing of the Benedict
Arnolds of this laud, there are thought
ful people who are not bound by preju
dice and who are able to rise above the
sophistry daily instilled into their minds
by the organs of capitalistic anarchism.
Weare today engaged in a struggle with
the usurer ciass of Europe far more mo
mentous to humanity and civilization
than was the glorious struggle of the Re
volution, and I may add also, fur more
dangerous, because it is the serpent in- j
stead of the lion with which we have to
contend. B. O. f lower.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
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Kustachlan Tube. When this tuoe Rets inflamed
you have a rumblliiK sound or imperlect hen ring,
and when It is entirely closed Deafness is the re
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and this tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caused by catarrh, which la nothing
but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars lor any case
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L. P.Davis, Dentist over Rock Island
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Offer Onoe Made for tiood Stomach.
The man was rich in many ways and
dined from gold plates, but his blood
was poor and his food was useless to
him. Money could not give the healthy
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This is plain because every organ in
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How useless to treat disease with this,
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the most important of all, the stomach.
The earliest symptoms of indigestion
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Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold by
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BLAND'S FINE DISTINCTION.
Arrived at "the Parting of the Ways" He
Has Turned Tall and Taken to the
Gov. Stone, upon his return from the
silver conference at Memphis, Te'nn.,
gave out the following letter which
was awaiting his return. It is self
explanatory: Lebanon, Mo., Sept 22. Hon. W. J. Stone,
Jefferson City, Mo.: Friend Stone Yours ot
the 16th Inst, would have received an earlier
reply, but I have just returned from a ten days'
tour. Since my speech at Laclede I have trav
eled Into Kansas, Oklahoma and other places,
where I have spoken In behalf of the free coin
age of silver. I have had but little opportunity
to read the newspapers. Your letter is the
first information I have received to the effect
that I am reported in the newspapers as say
ing in my Laclede speech "that the time had
oome for breaking up of party lines, and that
hereafter the people would not, and should
not, cling to party organizations, but would
fight for what they deemed right," etc.
This is a misunderstanding or misconstruc
tion of what I said on that occasion. I stated
at that time, and as I thought distinctly and
deliberately, "that the day had gone by when
the people of this country oould be relied on to
support party labels or names: that political
parties must have well defined and definite
I write to say now, as I have so often said
before, that my place to fight is in the demo
cratic party. It is the party of the people.
The masses ot the people are all right They
are democrats from instinct and principle.
There Is an element trying to control the party
in the Interest of plutocracy. There can be
no compromise or harmony between the two
elements. There is now and always will be
war, and war to the knife, between democracy
and plutocracy. Yours, truly. B. P. bland.
Yes; take New York's democratic
convention of last week, for example.
How the plutocrats were slain I Perry
Belmont (suggestive name) and ex
Gov. Flower were slain by being re
spectively temporary and permanent
chairmen of the convention. Then
look at the money plank of the plat
form, how it strikes the money power
between the eyes! No free coinage
and burn up the greenbacks. This
would kill plutocracy! They would
die with joy. Missouri World.
Gas Trust Methods.
Another object lesson is afforded the
people by the recent action of the gas
trust in Kansas City in reducing the
price of gas to 50 cents per thousand
in order to freeze out a rival company.
This is the method by which all mo
nopolies are established. They are
first organized with practically un
limited capital, and it is useless for any
competing company to struggle against
them for existence. It was by this
same freezing out process that the
Standard Oil Co. gained an absolute
monopoly of the oil business, and every
attempt to do business in any line in
which a trust has been organized for
the purpose of controlling it, only
shows the folly of such effort at com
petition. Gas will be cheap in Kansas
City until the rival company is dis
posed of when the trust will again be
supreme dictator. Kansas City found
a remedy for this dictatorship in case
of its city water works by taking
possession of them by the municipality.
Why not apply the same remedy to the
gas monopoly? No other will ever
succeed. Topeka Advocate
I.Ike I.-c"U I.Ike.
A sensation was created in the pris
on congress at Deuver by a paper on
politics and crime, by Prof. Warner,
of the economical and social depart
ment of Leland Stanford university.
He said: "If the state itself is under
the influence of criminals, how can it
hope to reform criminals? Setting a
thief to catch a thief is an old doctrine.
But setting the thief to reform the
thief has never yet been defended.".
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formation and tickets apply at Burling
ton & Missouri depot or city ticket offlcs
corner Tenth and O streets.
G. W. Bunnell, C. P. and T. A.
Get R, R. and Steamship tickets at 117
So. 10th St. . t
L. P.Davis, Dentist over Rock Island
ticket office, cor. 11th and 0 streets,
Bridireand Crown woric a specialty
Fielding, City Ticket Agt. 117 So 10 St.
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