The Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1896-1902, January 16, 1896, Image 5

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    January 16, 1896.
- Prefaces, salntatories, etc., are nenally
bores and should be indulged in just as
little as possible.
The Nebraska Independent is not a
new paper it is merely the consolida
tion of two old ones. The name is not
even new, as a paper of that name was
founded in this city in 1890, and was
continued until merged into the Alliance
Independent, afterward the Wealth
Makers, of which this paper is the lineal
In politics the paper will support the
, principles of the People's Party. It will
advocate or favor no faction and none
a of the impracticable issues; but will
stand squarely upon the Populist plat
form. In national affairs it will advo
cate especially the free coinage of silver,
and monetary reform. While doing this,
however, it will not lose sight of other
needed reforms. In state affairs, it will
advocate honest and economical govern
ment. "
While not hesitating to criticise derelict
officials, it will at all times endeavor to
hold up the handsof our public servants,
when it believes them honestly trying to
do their duty. In other words, it will
not fight our friends, but will reserve all
its fire for the enemy.
The Independent will strive to thor
oughly unite all elements of the People's
Party in this state; it will ever try to be
liberal and fair; and it asks, and we be
lieve it will receive, the cordial support
of every populist in Nebraska.
It will have Washington news such as
will be found in no other paper furnished
by special correspondents who are not
hired to color it tosuit someespecial end.
Its news from the state capital will be
furnished by men who are in a position
to know whereof they write.
This paper will be the personal organ
of no man; and will make a personal
fight on no man. Its editors and owners
will, regard journalism as something
higher and than that.
It will aim to be a newspaper in the
best sense of the term it will try to tell
the truth. Publishers of the Nebraska
rr r priTiTm) v
The time has come for me to say a last
word, to lay down political editorial
work. And it is a satisfaction to know
that, however imperfect my work on this
paper for nearly two and a half years
may have been, it has been all honest
work, work performed not for gain, not
with any selfish orpersonalconsideration,
but, according to my light and judg
ment, for the good of all. I feel sure,
too, that all honest work is lasting
work. As I have seen truth I have given
it forth, freely, fearlessly, faithfully; and
received into good hearts it must bear
frnit that shall go on increasing forever
I am grateful that I have had the privi
lege of discussing truth and error, right
and wrong, good and evil, the great iiv
ing problems, for these many weeks
months, years, before an audience severa
times larger than gathers in any church
in Christendom.
Ithasseemed to me a holy calling; acall-
ing to unselfish ly serve not part not party
in that sense, but the whole people.
have therefore sought to fix attention
upon the great principles of our party
and to keep it distinctive in character
and pure. It is not' possible to faithfully
serve the people and avoid making some
enemies. But I have never knowingly
wronged or misrepresented any man.
have more and more grown to dislike
politics, even the politics of a reform
party, for reasons that I need not men
tion, and am therefore glad to be re
lieved of the work that I seemed led into,
My work as a political leader and teacher
is done. Because I think I can do more
thorough, deeper, fundamental social
work as an investigating moralist, as an
independent moral or Christian leader
who is prepared to practice what he
preaches. I consider our whole commer
cial system and civilization wrong.
have come to believe, lately, that at
tempts to patch it up politically, by leg
islation, can never make it right. A new
foundation must be laid. A new system,
a new society, on the opposite principle,
must be started, to save the people,
Some one, some few, must begin this
work. It will be hard work, a work of
entire self-abnegation, with no glory in it
here. But I am one who feels morally
drawn to drop out of sight, out of notice,
out of reputation for a time, to dig deep,
and lay the foundations for a new order
and organization of society which must
rise out of and be distinct from the old.
Friends and associates, brothers all,
goodbye, and God bless you.
George Howard Gibson.
Johnny Thurston has made a speech
two minutes long in the senate. The
State Journal says that the senate and
galleries burst into applause. Johnny
advocated giving to the widow of every
private and officer a pension of $75 a
month. Johnny knows that the govern
ment is going in debt at the rate of half
a million a day, but he is still for the old
flag and an appropriation.
Senator Stewart asks: "When will
the people get tirnd of being roasted al-
ur vuu juiuuy oj xioinscnua B
two gangs of firemen, one called Demo
cratic and the other Republican?" It is
hard to tell. Some of the worst scorched
ones are getting pretty tired now, but a
good many will have to be fairly baked.
They'll get it during the next year.
The nations of the world that do not
own and operate their telegraph systems,
are Bolivia, Cuba, Hawaii, Honduras
and the United States. Ignorant old
fogies are, and have been running the
government of the United States for some
years. They are determined to keep us
at the tail end of all creation. The
young American giant, the Populist
party, believes in progress. It wants the
nation to s tand at the head of the pro
cession ana not at tne tail, Jt is going
to put it there, too.
It seems almost impossible to get the
average man to understand that Mills of
Texas is a cuckoo goldbug and nothing
else. Some Lincoln men expressed sur
prise at the press dispatch which said
that Mills would vote against free coin
age. Mills sold out aud went back on a
record of a life time during the silver
session. He will vote always for the
gold standard.
Isn't it strange that the one who holds
that man is to be protected first, and
property next, is held to be an enemy of
society, j. e., an enemy of man?
The first great haul made by the A. P.
A's. is in Omaha, where they run every
thing. T he city treasury is short over
An Appeal Addressed to the
York World
Editor of the New York World:
Wendell Phillips is said to have pro
phesied that "American bankers would
some day be hanged to lamp posts in
'New York and Bostoa as unceremon
iously as horse thieves had ever been
hanged in Texas," The World is doing
something just now to avert that catas
trophy, and might do a great deal more
if it would tell the whole truth on the
money question.
In 1862 Thaddens Stevens declared
that "bankers and bullionists" were
scheming to "double the debt" of the
civil war, and they did it. In January,
1878, Senator Voorhees said that "the
demonetization of siluer was purposely
accomplished before tne policy of specie
resumption was declared, in order to
make money as scarce as possible in
reaching by forced contraction the single
standard of gold." About the same
time John G. Carlisle stigmatized the
demonetization of silver as "the roost
gigantic crime of this or any other age."
He described it as a "couspiracy," the
consummation of which '"would entail
more misery upon the human race than
wars, pestilence and famine that ever
occurred in the history of the world."
Nearly the whole financial legislation
of this country during the last tbirty
three years has been a plot against the
masses of the people to despoil them of
their property. The editor of tho New
York World, with its vast sources of in
formation, cannot be ignorant of what
has taken place, what is now going on,
and what may easily occur when seventy
millions of deceived, outraged and be
trayed people shall become finally
aroused to the realities of the situation.
The gold raid upon the United States
treasury is simply a new form of brigan
dage and piracy. There is no reason for
it, no law for it, and no moral right in
any way pertaining to it. Robbers have
procured the election of -certain members
of their band to public office, aud these
men hand out the people's wealth to
malefactors who share the spoils.
1 suppose the World knows there is no
law compelling a specific "reserve," much
less a "gold reserve," for the redemption
of greenbacks. I suppose the World
knows that the greenbacks are not re
deemable in gold, but are redeemable in
"coin," silver or gold coin at the ratio
of sixteen ounces of silver to one ounce
of gold. I suppose the World knows
that in the whole history of bimetalims
for thousaudsof years, adebtor, whether
nation or individual, has always had the
option of paying a creditor in the access
ible mental, and this one and only way
of "maintaining the parity" has no ex
ception on earth until the evil days of
John Sherman, Benjamin Harrison, and
Grover Cleveland. 1 suppose the World
knows there is no exception now in
France, Germany, or anywhere else ex
cept in the one country that has fallen
into the hands of corruptionists aud
traitors, the United States of America.
The World must know that the whole
practice of paying government ogliga
tious in gold is a fraud a monstrous
crime for which Grover Cleveland would
be impeached in a week, if the press
would give facts instead of falsehoods
to the American people. About two
millions of voters the derided Populists
understand the matter. The rest of
the people have been keut ignornnt and
ouna to it py reading and trusting "the
great newspapers." Jiut the time has
come for the truth. Let the New York
World lead in tellincr it. In cum vnn
have any doubt of home talent for the
work. I think I can secure for you. with
out charge, the services of the greatest
living experts Ot monetary scienee men
of both national and international repu
tations, whose facts, figures, and com
prehensive information, would be worth
thousands of dollars to any journal
really standing for strict honesty and
the public welfare. Against these men.
if you please, you may put the whole
so-called sound money club of your city,
with the goldite professors and fra
ternity of the entire globe.
i aouot, of course, that the Wor d
will be permitted by its stockholders to
do auything of the kind, or will even
publish this letter. The letter, however,
will appear in a new and powerful tinner
edited by a senator of the United States,
unu may oe reproduced by a thousand
uneubsidized "countrypapers." I trust
it will do some good as a test of the New
York World's real iutearritv and nntriot.
ism, and in throwing one more rny of
light upon a subject that now involves
the practical salvation of all thft Dcni.
dental nations of mankind.
Respectfully, Gordon Clark.
We wish to employ one or two
food solictors In each county In
the state to secure subscribers
and advertisements for this paper.
Write for terms.
Six Billions of Dollars With a Yearly
Interest of Three Million Dollar
The debt that the American people owe
abroad is a very important factor
our present financial trouble. All of our
other debts might be just as they are at
this time and if we did not owe anymore
abroad than we did in 1860 we would
not have very much trouble to get along
with our national finances. The gold
bug and plutocratic papers like the State
Journal and Omaha Bee never in any
way explain or even refer to our debt
abroad. They do not waut iior pare
not let the people know how much our
debt amounts tq knowing full well if the
people were fully posted as to the amount
of our obligations in foreign lands their
game of deceiving the people would come
to an end. The public press has been for
the last thirty years trying to cover up
our financial condition. The State
Journal has done more than all other
forces combined to cover our city with a
debt which amounts to more than f 2,-
500,000. That is to say the plat ot
ground which is about three miles one
way by four miles the other on which the
city of Lincoln is built has more than
12,500,000 of public debt plastered
against it which the city and county
treasurer have to collect a yearly inter
est charge of more than f 120,000. In
other words the people of this city have
to gather up more than ten thousand
dollars for each month to send east to
pay interest on its public debt. When
the war broke out in 1861 the people of
this cotntry did not owe very much
abroad. The first reliable statement we
have of our obligations in foreign lands
was made in 1869 by David A. Wells
who was at that time special Commis
sioner of the Revenue. The official state
ment he made of our debt abroad at that
time was as follows:
Government bonds.-
Btate and Bi0uleif.c4 debts,
. 107.SOO.000
,. 180,000,000
. 1111,000,000
nanway oonas ., ,.
Railway stock .
Miscellaneous stock and bonds
Heal estate mortgages
Moaey on deposit in this country,
or temporarily lnvestod. ................
Total............. l,46fi,500,000
This estimate of our foreign debt at
that time was considered very conserva
tive. This ainountof foreign capitol has
been kept in this country every since and
the interest accumulations have been re
invested in various other stocks. The
interest at five per ceut on the above
amount reinvested from 1869 to 1695,
making a period of twenty six years,
would amount to 3,100,000,000. Dur
ing the period from 1869 to 1895, the
Americans traveled very extensively
abroad and placing theirexpenditures at
$50,000,000 a year, the twentysix year
would make $ 1,300,000,000. Many esti
mate tne amount at apiuu.oou.uoo a
year, but placing the figures at one-half
of that amount gives the enormous
amount of 81,300,000,000 spent for
pleasure by the Americans in foreign
lauds in the last twentysix years. The
cost of the carrying trade for twentysix
years to the American people has been
82,500,000,000, eighty per cent of the
carrying trade is carried in foreign bot
toms, and eighty seven per cent of tbe
passenger transportation is on foreign
Our average excess of exports over im
ports per year for the last twentysix
years has been about $90,000,000 a year
or, to state tbe amount accurately for
the last twentysix years it has been
$2,356,316,951. By adding the various
amounts paid for pleasure carrying
trade money borrowed, and interest on
money borrowed together and then de
ducting the amount of the excess of ex
ports over imports for twentysix years,
we will arrive at theamount that we are
in debt to othei countries. The follow
ing are the ainouuts:
The amount that we were In debt
169 l,4C5.500,u00
Interest on the above amonnt from
1869 to 1895 8,100,000,000
Expendltureby the Americans trav
eling abroad 1,800.000,000
The carrying trade lor twentybix
years 2,500,000,000
Total ?8,335,500.000
Deducting srom the above amount
the excess of exports for twenty
six years over the imports 2,3."6;31,951
Grand total $6,009,183,049
Those figures show that we are over
$6,000,000,000 in debt to other coun
tries and those figures are much lower
than many experts are placing them.
Gladstone said in 1892 that England's
foreign investments were more than
$10,000,000,000. There is less than
$600,000,000 of gold in the United
States and we would like to have the
State Journal and the Omaha Bee ex
plain to the people of Nebraska how the
people of the United States enn pay this
$6,000,000,000 with only $600,000,000
to pay it. with only onp-tenth of enongh
money to pay our foreign debt.
Two Pictures
I brought a load of wheat to town a
few years ago; sold it for $40.60. With
this money I paid my taxes, $22; got a
new dress for my wife, $5; shoes for the
children, $5; a barrel of flour, $6.50; fifty
pounds of sugar, $4; ten pounds of coffee,
$2; and went home happy with $3.75 in
my pocket to give to the preacher.
I brought in a load of wheat today.
sold it for $22.50; paid my taxes, $22.25
and have a quarter left. They tell me I
can get flour and dresses and sugar and
shoes, for half what I paid then, but it
pears to me 1 naint got the half. I've
about made up my mind to invest this
quarter in United States bonds and howl
for the gold standard. Farmer's Tribune
Make Cows Pay.
What is the use
of keeping cows
unless you can
make money with
them? Nq other
business would
stand a waste of from 25 to
50 per cent, and the dairy
business will not. You
waste that much butter
by pan skimming. Get a
Safety Hand Sep abator
and save it cSSSS
(Continued from first page.)
rich in all material resources, one of the
acknowledged greatest and most power
ful nations of the earth, all history
records no instance ot such a nation
perishing for reason of money. This
government can make its own money as
it has done in the past and a patriotic
people will fight its battle and accept
its money in payment lor services:
freed from the heartless gripot the money
Who Boy Oar Corn.
During the last month it has been re
ported from various sources that Phil
Armour has besn buying and cribbing
corn at many points in the west we take
from the Northwestern Lumberman the
following: "Armour & Co., are building a
line ot cribs at the stations on the Des-
Moines Northern and Western railway
which is consuming a good deal of course
lumber." The corn is being bought all
over this western country at prices run
ning irom twelve to sixteen cents per
bushel. May corn is five cents lower
per bushel in Chicago than it has been
for thirtythree years. Can the goldbug
papers, the State Journal and Omaha
Bee explain these low prices. With a
very short crop of corn and oats in 1891
withal the old corn and oats used up be
fore the crop of 1895 was ready for
market, the 1895 crop shoufd have
brought a good price. Tbe goldbug
papers dare, not claim that it is over-
iirouuciiuu tuao tie nas naa its a ay.
The only possible reason that can be
given is that there is no money in the
country to buy the farmers products
with. None of the banks west of the
Mississippi river has any money to loan
for the purposes of buying corn and oats.
This being the case a few rich men like
Armour can hold down the prices and
buy in a large amount of the corn at less
than cost of nradnrr,irn. Tfin ornMhmra
money ana that the greenbacks and
treasury notes must be destroyed. Ar
mour has controlled the prices of our
hogs and cattle tor years, and now he
is controlling the price of our corn.
Thus we have one class of wealthy men
foreclosing mortgages and forcing the
payment of all past due debts without
offering opportunity to renew, compell
ing farmers to sell their produce to an
other class, at prices less than the actual
cost of production.
What will be the result?
0 Truth, thou approachest with blessing,
The shadows ars fleeing away.
The light of the dawn Is Increasing,
And evil slinks back from the day;
As a bridegroom that leaveth bis chamber.
Rejoicing In strength for the race.
Thou comestl Thou comestl Thou comestl
And heaven Is seen In thy facet
' Cbobbs:
Its glory has gilded tbe mountains.
And soon, where the Spoiler has trod.
We shall follow thy feet to the fountains,
And beautiful gardens of God.
Tbou'rt publishing peace to the nation,
And helping the poor to be free;
Tbon'rt bringing a present salvation
From every Injustice men see.
Thy face Is a terror to tyrants.
It withers their strength and they fall;
But to those who are under oppression,
It seemeth the fairest of all.
Chorus; Its glory, etc
Thou teachest tbe folly of fighting,
Tbe waste of competitive strife:
Thou slowest tbe need of uniting
In equal. Industrial lite.
Thou sbamest tbe pride of tbe classes.
Who prey on the helpless and weak;
Thy light is a light for the masses,
The bope of thn poor and the meek.
Chorus: Its glory, etc.
O, never a lie bnt thou knowest
Its evil. Its folly. Its pain;
And never a good but thou showeet
How ull its advantage shall gain.
For the earth shall be filled with tbe knowledge
Of that which Is helptnl and Just,
And Truth shall disarm the Deceiver,
And crce him to groTel in dust.
Chorus: Its glory, etc.
Gioboe Howard Gibbo.i, In Armageddon,
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O Street, Lincoln. Neb. Telephone 500.
L. STARK, Attorney-at-Law, Aurora, Ne.
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A. HOSPE, Jr., J
Omaha, Ne
Commercial Collegi
-"nr. J
la now offering special inducement, t
all partiee wishing to study Bookkee;
ing, Mathematics, Shorthand, TypJ
writing, Penmanship, Latin, TTigenonr
try, Commercial and Railroad Telegr
pny. special attention given to prepax
tory wore 10 1 state university.
W. 8. LLEWELLYN, If. A.,
Principal Commercial Department.
Principal Shorthand Department and
turer on Commercial Law.
Official Court Resort
B, It. TRUE, I
Principal Telegraphy and Ballroad Bi
nees Departments. J
Principal Penmanship Departmei
Latin, Trigonometry, ef
summer months.
Lansing Theatre Building
Porcelain Plates,
Gold and Porcelain
more for yon In six months than any other i
in neorasca. write lor paracaiars. Ulaqrw
yon by addressing D. R. LILU BRIDGE? .
rresiaent, uncoin. neorasKa.
2th Street
A good bill of fare every day. Patrons eaa si
U cents for all yon can eat, It it takes a"M 1
L. 0. HOLADAY, Propriety :
..eacacce tat. -et M:ier ' Jn PlIU.