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THE FA1CME1CS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEB. THURSDAY, JULY 2. 3891,
One of the most powerful and con
IsieDt financial jaurnal of New Tork
published lately an article oa national
banks, in which it says:
"la Febnary. JS, Congrew pavd
the original act which is the foundation
of the system. At the time the ci edit of
tha Government was much prostrated,
vast snms of money were constantly re
quired to carry on the gipanti s war in
which the government was engaged, and
Goverument loam could only be floated
at a ruinous rate of discount. In toe
act as passed inducements were held out
to capitalists to embark in banking, and
special priTileges were granted. But
UiU was not done to beneiit favored
classes, as in the case of the protective
tariff acts. The paramount obje rt was
to obtain money at reasonable rate for
the needs of the government. It was
said at the time, and generally believed
both then and now, that but for the aid
which it received through the National
banking system, the government would
, have been forced t6 suspend operations'
through lack of funds." ,
This statement !s so egvegiously false
that we blush for th" r.riter lest his cal
loused arterial apparaias ft fuses to do so.
. What are the facts! Tlwse are the
facts: The great prosperous public
would have invested
TZH 1IILLION DOLL A liS
in small denomination bonds, using them
mi saving storehouse and would then
have told the bankers to go to Hades by
short route. Yes, gentlemen, during
that war and afterward, the people cried
aloud for those bonds. They took 100,
000,000 of the T.:i0s, in small denomina
tions, and they took them so fust that
they were cut off the banker kyenas
uttered a howl, threatened the govern
ment, 'jought up Congress a cheap job
- and Congress ordered the recall of the
7.30 issuing large bonds in their stead.
Yes sir, the history of that war is black
and red with treason incarnadine, with
the blood of the slaughtered whose lives
and hopes and loves and prayers were
crushed to make a hankers' holiday!
The people of tbii country would have
poured the. greenbacks into the govern
ment for small $50 and $100 savings
bjr.ds, at low Interest, until ten billion
ware placed in the government's bands
ten billions which were turned into those
wnj butcher-bankers' hand at from
nothing to six per cent Interest. Ab,
then (be farmer:holder and the mason
holder would have had his savings free
from taxation as do the billionaires of
, Wall street yesterday and to-day the
same! Item ember that the bankers got
thosa bonds at 40 to 00c, on the dollar
and the laboring mau cried for the same
privilege. J: ,
Think you the butcher-bankers would
No six not if the grape and cannister
were turned northward to keep the mob
of honest men from their lying, lecher
They paid the greenback (not gold).
They paid for bonds with greenbacks,
at 40 cents on the dollar made so by
their scheme of mutilation purposely
for so reads history! They got interest
in gold, which made a 40 cent purchase
precisely the same as gold. Bonds were
made, by fraud, payable in the gold, so
that their profit was at onceGOc. on 40c.!
They were then liberated from all taxa
tion!!! . Oh shame! oh night of woe! ohout
rago unspeakable hide thy face thou
damned spot of blood upon the party
name! All the mighty blanket of mort
gage debt, and poverty-anguish, and
anxiety for the starving brood; all the
evicted host, all the tramping despair,
all the infamy of basement-bred crime;
all the toil unpaid, all the 0,000 per year
bankrupts, all the heavy laden atmos
phere of want all, all and more, unite
to chant the requimn of hate and the
wail of distress, and the cry for ven
geance over throne chapter in Amer
And yet, in this day, there appears in
a work on banking, which we recom
mended to farmers for study, the fol
lowing infamous misrepresentation.
Dunbar's History of banking, p. 13:!,
says of the institution of the national
"The Imperious necessity of finding a
market for United States bonds for the
supply of a Treasury drained by war
was the favoring condition needed tor
such a reorganization, and the asuimp-
tion of unusual powers by the United
'Imperious necessity!" And yet,
there were 40,000,000 of people of whom
20,000,000 were crying for l)ond to in
vest their savings in. Why, I hmbar,
we have seen a string of men one'onrlh
mile long, many of whom remained in
liue all night, at the window of a sab
treasury to buy , small denomicatkm
bonds! But it was uot for the people to
invest their greenbacks at 40c. oa the
dollar in savings, thus taking the gold
ball from the banker's Insignia! It was
not for the people to get 0 and ?, or even
4 and 3 per cent gold eu discounted
bond. A bankrr' privilege. It wa
not for the people to get their Interest
in gold, J.ist a If the greenback
were gold! It was the banker prM
1 ge. It was not for the people to g-t a
40c. lovetiitent paid In luOcruwof gMd',
It wa a banker's privilege. It was not
fur the people to hate thir saviegs rv
tmpted from taction' It wa a bank-
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to take u..r vt &uolrl. (iJ, ;n- i
trt, indwiUtfor ll tfcu h log
Sotemt fcl I'-Jon 110 lov.;w,.ct
ua'.ly. and no Uve
ItMiot f the ho.. tttf
tale that UUmK-al Itl from tiQ aitti!
?y, lHVfB.et, depoUUf r tUp. j
Ibg at Wnlnr.en-lrnw tko .:d j
meMhiy, andr JrfierybutMrd
d:t.l.idui:ar b.U to m es,t
ag.Bf I m NuH l
the likrt prnl .
Hml' l hit ia tay.ii!jn 61 a
U'lil.a.M.I.'l Jiil KtA b" i
i trout '; .ta eu ; w-N-4
ufitwitf JeuU to tied ltn.
aa I y; w katiw iu he let iim
ardi ufr wtake no ;vh4"
A w U !, and will I-1 t e
cvrJel 11 tfcfp iif , fc lt( a iaB
r.rw a t!:.e t iit I'nm, ;k sr
lik i htu t',rrg ft''jdvf k.iU.n
LUlcry has shewn itself to be brave
at Tbermopyhi", and c n tbe Ir07.ec 1 tela
Until men cau be brave aud stern
enongn to see straight and destroy the
reptiles who "work . them"- to destroy
them, there is no hope of Utter thiegs.
Greet Bed. i - ' v
tat The Bee of Tuesday has an editor
ial headed "The Farmer on Top." Just
save that headitg till cet .November
and it will do to use again.
Adam County Alliance.
At the meeting of the County Alliance
last Saturday there was a fill atteid
ance. nearly every subordinate Alliance
being represented. The election of
otlieers for the ensuing term was had.
The Bew officers are:- A. C. Tompkins,
president; H. B. McGaw, secretary and
treasurer; It. J. Strait, vice presideu:.
W. A. Jones was re-elected county
lec.wer: John Shea, sergeant-at arms;
W. W. Pbilleo, chaplain;!!. M. Taluier.
J. W. Houston and K. W. McKinsil, ex
Uesolutions were passed indorsing
the Cincinnati platform, to encourage a
friendly feeling between all labor or
ganizations in the couuty and state and
to frown down all efforts to create dis
cord in the ranks. There was also a
resolution passed requesting the author
ities of the city of Hastings to provide
hitching posts far the accommodation
of the public. The latter resolution
was especially appropriate, for the rea
son that a couple ot year agi the city
council ordered all hitching posts re
moved from the business streets of the
The independent county central com
mittee will meet In this city Saturday
and ninaed the date and apportioned the
delegates for the county convention. It
is understood that au early convention
will be called.
Doctrine of the Great Encyclical of Leo
; XIII, Compared With the Doctrine ef
" the Railway,; !- ' t i 'i t 'I
"Nevertkeless, declares Leo XIII,
"there is a dictate of nature more impe
rious and more ancient than any bar
gain between man and man, that the
remuneration must be enough to sup
port the wage earner in reasonable and
frugal comfort. If through necessity or
fear of a worse evil the workman ac
cepts harder conditions because the em
ployer or contractor will give him no
better he is the victim of force and injustice.".-
v v, " -
Now, in contrast with this the great
dictum of the railway has been and Is
yet, "tax the traffic all It can bear. As
a result of this we have seen farmers in
Nebraska burn corn for fuel iu winter
or freeze; while laborers in the coal
mines were compelled almost to eat
coal for bread or starve. The fanner
wanted to exchange his surplus corn
with the miner for coal, and. the miner
wanted to exchange his surplus coal
with the farmer for bread, but the rail
way stood between with its great power
and said to the two hborers: 'if you
wish to make the exchanged must have
all but what is barely required to keep
the one from freezing anl the other
from starving." The farmer replied that
be could not make the expense of pro
duction on such terms and that nothing
was left but starvation. The people
condemned this murderous abuse of
privilege, but the railway's ultimatum
was: ' The people be damned."
J. Y. If. 8 WIG ART. EDITOR.
This Department will I edited for tfce ben
efit of Mutual Insurance Companies through
out the State.
Money Taken Out of Our State by Old
Line Insurance Companies.
From the auditor's repori we fnd
that in IS'.k), the people of Nebraska
paid to foreign companies $045,.'500 more
than the companies paid back in losses.
In 'St). 8'JO.rOO, and in t. 41(3,300.
Total for the three years. 13,513,500, or
au average of over $00,000 per annum.
Let us suppose that half tnie amount
has been taken from the farmers, $400,.
000 will amount tj $4,500 per county on
How to Organize.
I have given the mode thtt we have
adopted in this county at leas twice;
but I will say again for the bene
iit of thise who have not read it. that
we are takicir contingent app'ic&tions,
' and as soon as the law taxes effect we
I will ciil a meeting oi all applicant and
I alopt articles of incorporation and by
laws, e:ect omeers, etc. etc.
ie See. S, page it, of the tew insu
rance law. Andy to auditor. An
other wav would be to call all who are
interested together either tnrough 1 he
ceed a above.
public notice, at, I pro-
TUc farmer of thl state can ave one
half mt-lion dollar per Tar by doing
their crc !r'irnr and fjc!?:y cy
la h they l.a- e a ute can pany to
iuui again! wind, organ ml In 1H,
the company had t JaBBary over;
twa but ii
awmBt, vv l-eri
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1 th!n b,,r iu No:
W can d tie tame
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lt ' lrr''lj' f. '!r'in.ifcefrin:.!. -f our i
T' jlV.kef. tlt ' ev.rf man le14
jibe ttkt to wrrb i,! va.i
lhaf and Ut. o stric car t'tf, in
ff!Ti":t:ervlttinl. K. A I'tm.
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ALL SORTS. S
I Peaecn la'lerby Well, yoccg man,
, cf I gibs y' it j daugnter hat what aus
Syo' prospet ks fo' makin' a llvio"?
Ja.y Johnsing Fust clahs, vah. iVe
often admired Ciiy s work at the wash
tubw hen pahssin' by yoabdoah. Jndjt.
We shall put on sale a new and ele
gant l'.ne of men's suits in frocks and
cutaways, and a few sacks at prices 3$
per tent less than real values. See the
lice in our show windows. These goods
must be sold as we need money. We
hive also an elegant line of men s sum
mer pants at very low prices.
Strawber I heard that you made an
hour's speech at the debating club. Was
it well received!
Singerly They cheered me when I
Leading Modern Costumes
The full dress is only an evening suit,
and must be worn on all formal cere
monies, such as dinner parties, recep
tions, weddings, oix-ra and occasions
which are indicated by a formal invita
The Prince Albert 1 an afternoon
coat for the stteet cr at the theatre,
opera, informal dinners, or anything
during the evening except formal en
tertainments. A large line of these goods just re
ceived, at , A. HURLBUT'S.
A Warning to the Tenderfoot.'
J. Cholmondeley Phipps (en route
over the plains) -' Wbfen lgazed around,
don't you kaow, over these boundless,
rolling prairies, stretcbiig on every
side to the horizon, without a vestage
of human habitation, J am positively
filled with awe."
Broncho Bob "Filled, with ore,, eh?
Well, don't let the boys tied it out or
they might stake you out for a mineral
claim," Xtx York Xtmtry, '.'
Smith"! heard you lost ilfty dollars
on the races yesterday." Johnson "It
U not lost. 1 know where i: is. Green
has iC Jetroit Fret frets.
He Is the happiest, be he king or
peasant, who finds peace in his borne.
By Aaron H. B'.row, Secretary Pwte Ai-m
: bly K. of L. . ,- -
Much comment has been made on the
condition of the farmer, but a glance
down O street on almost any morning.
with its thousands of idle men seeking
employment atthis.the presumably busy
season, oug'at to be sufficient evidence
that the condition of the laboring man
is even indescribably worse than that of
even the drouth-stricken farmers.
Carpenters and small contractors
complain that In order to obtain em
ployment they end it necessary to bid
on work, as low as 41.25 per day. Evi
dence multiplies that trade unions, with
their sole aims of maintaining wages
and shortening the hours of labor, are
not glittering successes. The remedy
It Is estimated that there are about
4,000 men in Linctln, and 18,000 in
Omaha, who are trying to pa for a
home by installments, and who have
not had three days consecutive work
for nine months past. They will soon
begin to realise that the farmers are not
the only class of people in the world
who are being crushed by mortgages
and short crops.
The farmers had their season of
drought and short crops last year, but
this season the laboring men are expe
riencing a drought of work an! short
age of income which bids fair to be fully
as far-reach; eg in its results.
Nebraska is witnessicg a sad spec
tacle. The ''horny-handed sons of toil"
in the person of the farmers, in the
strength of a majority of this great
commonwealth, are offering a helping
hand to their brother toilers of the
cities, pledging their utmost to further
their cemmon icterests in the bettering
of the condition of both, and the offer
is well, will it be spurnei?
The laboring men of the cSiies and
towns have been curs-sd for year with
a score or more of dif ercnt organisa
tions, trade and otherwise, which have
by the division of the tollers and the
building of trade and loal prejudis,
weakened instead c f strengthened the
laboring man ia hi demand for his
rights. Jt has beea ti.e work cf the
Knight of Labor to do away with this
system, and unite into one strong or
ganisation, all branches of honorable
toll to wort; for the common good of
humanity, yet at this late day twu dif
ferent bratuhe c! the Citizens' Alliance
are attempting io di.Id :t f eld force.
I thi ce-e'-aryr
1 be i cucty au.ti:es cf the Kn.ght
of Lb r man a grat !eu! to the la
boring wen of Omaha atd Lioixda, in
XJLiV rS2 !
,o uh s ax.er t..-r rights
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Order of theKuf'd. of UWr by the
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nnm that order !xfJ;e. & 4 ft
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W. R. BEMETT CO.
POPULAR ANTI-MONOPOLY REMEDIES OF W. R. BENNETT & CO.
Bennett's Compound Extract of Sanr
nlla with Yellow Pock, Stillingia, Iodide of
Potassium, etc. Guaranteed to ourify
and enrich the blood, and do all that
can be done by Hood's or Ayer's Sarsa
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"S. S. S." Used with great advantage
in Cbronic Aftections ot tne skin, scrof
ula. Eruptive, and Skin Disease such
as Erysipelas. Pimples, illotches. Hoils,
Tumors. Salt Rheum, Kingworni. Ulcers
t iironic KUeumatisro, feypnyiitie. and
Mercurial Diseases, and eery ailment
ar i sir g from an impure state of the
blood. A powerful alternative and
strengthening tonic, giving tone and
strength to the system when debilitated
by disease; H, Oo' size, our price ".Ictnts.
Bennett's Royal Prescription or Woman's
A judicious combination of thoe ton
ics, antispasmodics and sedatives which
have been found useful In medical prac
tice for strengthening the female or
gans og gestation. Also to act as a
soothing and quieting agent in all those
distressing, nervous, Hysterical con
ditions which accompany all female
complaints. Guaranteed to be superior
to Pierce Favorite Prescription or
Lydia Pinkhams Compounds .00 size,
our price 71 rents.
Bennett' Liver Regulator.
for all bilious diseases. Dyspepsia, Bili
ous Headache, Cevtiveness, Sour Stom
ach, Jaundice, Heartburn, Nervousness
and all affections arising front a torpid
or inactive condition of the Liver. It is
guaranteed to affect a cure. Also
useful as a laxative in chills; tl.00 size,
our price "'t cents.
Bennett Blackberry Cordial.
A guaranteed remedy for Diarrhoea,
Summer Complaint, Cholera Infantum,
Dysentery and all relaxed condition of
the bowels; iMc size, our price 0 cents.
Bennett' Family Liniment.
For Rheumatism, Sprains, Bruises,
Chilblains, st:ngs of Insects, and Neu
ralgac pains. Also for Horses and Cat
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All thcaVove remedie are absoixtelv oi auasteed to do all we claim for
them, and te be superior to any patented article on the market. If they don't
prove so, we'll refund your money. Could you ask moref
their own advantage when in search cf
The board of public lands and build
ings might do well to carefully con
sult the law passed last winter author
izing the erection of a 140,000 building
at the penitentiary, before letting a con
tract for it erection. There were Just
enough Knights of Labor and Alliance
men in the last legislature to see to St
that a "must be done by day' work"
clause vas tacked on.
The park commissioners of Omaha
are very particular about countenancing
"monopolies, " when it conies to allow
ing the Musical Union Orchestra, a la
bor organi.atioa, to have the right to
give concerts, in the. park. -It makes
some difference whose ox is gored.
Some employes of our cities are ar
ranging to evade the provisions of the
eight hour law. It will be interesting
to hear them begin the old war cry of
"Anarchiits."' at the Knights of Labpr,
after such an example of defiance to
law as they propose is inaugurated.
For years they have been the lawmaker
and have forced the people to the posi
tion of lawbreakers; cow, it Is quite in
teresting to fnd themselves in the same
position they have so often held up to
public execration, as true anarchists,
indeed. We'll watch them and "get
them on our list."
The Knights of Saunders county are
alive and will socn have every village
and trade in their county organized.
"Go thou and do likewise."
Frontier and Cedar counties are
among the latest to add their quota to
the organized aray battling for the
rights of the toiler.
Much consolation, indeed, must the
demagogue who are shouting "class
legislation :" get out of the watchword
of the Knights: ' An injury to one is the
concern of all."
The Indianola Herald says that "when
farmer Ga&lin was in our city Tuesday
he purchased two hand rakes."
It will take somtthicg more effective
than hand rakes for farmer Gaslin to
rake in the independent nomination for
Let the argus eye of every mew!er of
the People's Party be fixed continuously
from rew until election day upon the
man who failed to tad any thing good in
the Alliance or K. cf L. until aPer the
last election. ir-p:tf Km.
The "WdrtCwcraU of the Illinois
legislature who with tn aid tf the F.
M. B. A. met K. H. Moore acd James
Cortrell. eltcted Join M. IV.n;er V. S.
HoUr, have organised adly cali'-d
' laeOeelUndrod and One." They
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We guarantee this to lie the finest
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the market, and it is as palatable as
milk, and is the greatest remedy for
.onsumpuon anu wasting uiseases ever
discovered. Vt e claim that our Liuul
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Scott's, Phillips, or any other patented
article on the market; tl.00 sie, our
price 73 cents.
Bennett'! Beef, iVn and Wine.
Undoubtedly the finest preparation
oi i ne Kind in ue. containing the vir
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wme, ana sail oi iron. An admirable
tonic for convalescents, etc. ;l. 00 size,
our price 00 cent.
Bennett's Rum and Honey Cough Syrup.
An admirable remedy for Coughs,
Colds. Hoarseness, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Irritation of the throat, and all intlama
tion of the chest aud lungs; 40ct size,
our price 23 cents.
Bennett' Dyspepsia Cure.
Fur loss of appetite, nausea, pain In
the Stomach, sense of fullness of the
same organ, water brash, etc.; 30 cent
si, our price 40 cent.
Bennett' Fig Laxative Syrup.
A reliable remedy for thoso troubles
arising from an inactive eoudidoa of
the bowels aud liver. Guaranteed toUe
fully equal if not superior to California
Syrup of Figs; our price 40Jand 53 cent
for 30 cent and 11.00 size.
Bennett's Rheumatic Remedy.
Compounded from drug that are re
garded by physicians as absolute pe
cities for rheumatism. Neuralgia, Gout,
and kindred disease M. l,e our price 73
Bennett's Vegetable Liver Pills.
Cucranteed to be the best pill on the
trsrket. For Constipation, Sfck Head
ache, etc; 25ct size, our price 13cenu.
Bennett' French Tonic.
A tonic for the people. Gentle yet
powerful; our price 00 cents for tl size.
from the ope, we want yon from the
norttt t nd from too south, from the east
and from the west, we extend our band
to welcome oae aud all into thi grand
and noblecansj In defence of the peo
ple's rights. Itiyourcau. Ietuslie
t'ue. and the mblo effort of honest mil
and worn in will bring succ ss. Let us
strike for justice, for libe ty and our
Wreck ot Freight Train o t the B. ft M,
On Wednesday last the we it bound
freight train Nt. 43, engine No. 193,
which passes through York at 4. a. in.
wa wrecked three miles west of there.
The engineer, L. U. Delaney, and head
brakeman, W, H. Moore, were Instantly
killed, and the fireman, O. J. Bean,
mortally wounded. The conductor, B.
J. Raney, and rear brakeman, A. Mat
thews, escaped unhurt. The engine,
tender and fifteen cars were piled in a
heap. The remaining seven cars ana
caboose remained on the track.
Lightning rod agents secured a great
haul in the east end of Pottawattamie
county. P. Weise was swindled out of
t330; II. Brandies, JJ73; A. C. Bergman,
f275; F. Berge, 300, and H. Stude, 1200.
J. H. McMurtry, real estate and
loans, abstract and notary. McMurtry
block, adjoining Alliance headquarter
corner Eleventh and M street.
Dry Goods, Carpets, Notions,
Shoes, Croceries, Etc.
JLargest Stock In the City.
Country Traduce (butter and
eggsi taken in exchange for
merchandise. Otir store is
headquarters for the farmersof
Lancaster County. 52tf
Carrier I Oth and P Streets.
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RELIABLE BUSINESS HOUSES.
DRY GOODS CO.
1036 0 Street. Ijinoblaa.
The most conveniently situated store in the
TIib only House wfiere yon will
MEN S GOODS
We Sell you Goods Cheaper than
When you visit
Out of town Orders Carefully and Promptly
FITZGEBALD DRY COODS GO.
H. R. EAGLE & CO.
Reliable Ilachine Oils.
Write for Prices on these,
Also Everything You Eat;
Use and Wear.
"THE MONEY SAVERS FOR THE PEOPLE'
H. E. EAGLE, & CO.
68 Wabash Av., Chicago, I1L
The Boot and Shoe Man
$2.50 & $3.00 Shoes
Sliort Tops lligu f uougli to kerp iliit out; light .single sole,
easy on ami they wear gootl. I have soM thfin for four years.
Long fuough to find out whether they are gootl for anytliing or
uot. They are Good.
1129 O Street. 1129.
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1015 0 STREET,
Wednesday, July lot, 1891.
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