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THE FAI.A1EI.S' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN NEB. THURSDAY, JULYE3 1891.
Tb Root of Use Present Social Discon
tent. A common argument used by the op
ponent of the radical industrial reform
ation demanded by nationalism, is that
the condition of the working classes in
thia country i better than it was a gen
eration ago. This, it is argued, ought
to be enough to' satisfy reasonable
workingmen and teach them content
ment. As we have often before re
marked, this tort ot logic entirely
misses the point of the industrial reform
agitation. It does not turn on the ques
tion whether the lot of men is better or
worse than it once was, but whether it
is as satisfactory as it might be made
under entirely new conditions. The
workers of the world have at last
reached the point of believing and de
claring that the best the world can be
made to yield is none too good for
But waiving the general demurrer to
this line of argument, let us inquire
what the facts really are as to the con
dtions of labor in New England fifty
years ago as compared with the present
day. It Is an unquestionable fact that
the hours of labor in the mills which
now in Massachusetts have been re
duced to ten, were then twelve and even
thirteen, the operatives going to work
in the morning on empty stomachs,
having an intermission for breakfast,
and keeping up their toil till after dark.
It is also a fact that the tenement! for
operatives are generally better now
than then, and that operatives are as a
rule much better clothed . and propor
tionately better paid. What it true in
these respects of tbe relative condition
of tbe factory operatives fifty years ago
and now, is alio true of workers in gen
eral. The conditions of life all re
elects were harder, ruder and more
toilsome then than now.
How then account for the fact that
fifty years ago there was not a whisper
of social discontent among tbe toilers,
while nowadays they are fairly seething
with it. Can aoyone possib'y be so fool
ish as to suppose that there is no cause
jor this? Fat-witted editors and econo
mists are wont to attribute the present
discontent to agitator.. This is getting
tbe cart before tbe horse. Every intel
ligent scLool boy ii historian enough to
know that agitators are tbe products
not the causes of popular unrest. Fifty
-years ago the social agitator in New
England had no audience; now there
are not agitators enough to supply tbe
In view of tbe fact that the average
operative and workingman in general
works less hours, and is, .on tbe whole,
better paid, boused and clothed than
fifty years ago, how shall we account
for this sudden change in bis temper?
The answer we believe to be found
chiefly in the growth of social inequality
and tbe consequent disintegration of
society into classes, animated by mutual
jealousy and hostility. Fifty years ago
there was no such term as the"working
class." Everybody worked, and every
body worked very hard. There was
little social distinction between employ
er and employed. It used to be said of
Napoleon's army that every private
carried tbe baton of a field marshal in
his knapsack, whereby it was meaj:
tbat he knew tbe way of promotion was
absolutely open to merit. In like man
ner every clever workman felt himself
a future employer. There were few
wealthy families, and the wealthiest
were poor compared with tbe poorest of
the modern plutocracy, while of osten
tation in living there was very little.
A profound change has taken place
in these respects wkhin, a generation.
It has become impossible for a man to
start a business or become an employer
on tbe easy terms it formerly was. Cap
ital has tbe cail everywhere and with
out its backing there is little opportu
nity for talent to raise a man to the posi
tion of employer. With the increasing
inequalities of wealth, social inequali
ties have come in, and the old sympathy
and comradeship between master and
man bas given place to an opposition
of interests and feelings. Young men
no longer feel that the world is before
them; their world they now see to be
the class they were born into. In
mockery oi these new limitations which
now hern in their careers.they see about
them a license of wealth, a pride of os
tentation, a prodigality of luxury such
as the rich men of their fathers' day
never dreamed of.
Hard work or hard conditions in
themselves do not produce social dis
content, so long as tbey are equally
shared, for there is then nobody to be
discontented with. On the other hand,
inequality, although "it be combined
witn easier general conditions, becomes
from its nrsi introduction a root of bit
terness. It is useless to console people who see
others better off than they are, by prov
ing to tneua that tbey themselves are
better off than their grandfathers. It is
not with ancestors, but with contempor
aries that people measure themselves.
Tbe only practical significance of
enough is as much as those about us
have. Among free men contentment
can onlv be nourished by equality.
wbk-h is the ancient and only true name
Tbe people are discontented, because
they realize that the vast anil unpre
cedented growth of the national wealth
in the Inn tifty years has been most un
eauallT distribnted. It It has to a cer
tain degTee benefitted the masses, tbe
pre at bulk of it has gone to a few.
whatever the locality of the devices by
which this unequal' distribution has
been accomplished, tno people recog
nUe It as a substantial Injustice, and it
is tbe sense of this injustice which is at
the bottom of the present discontent.
That discontent will grow and spread,
and never cease till tbe present Ine
qualities are done away with by bet
ter industrial syitem, and tne new re
public Is founded upon the principle
that a nation's wealth should be -ully
shared by all its uieuibeis iit Saturn.
Wots (or the Unemployed.
Under private ownership the profit
from the TorcaU, Oat , street railway,
from May U to June 13, lew was
?. Paring that time the wo r Line
force was J15, of whem 604 worked fu'l
time. New under Municipal ewuership
the ( el the employee have Un
larrea4 to li cents per hour as the
minimum I'gure, and the hours el work
reduced to Its at the tuat'.iamn time.
INiieK the firrtpoid!f, four wtsks i f
thUr.ar, Tl re eripUed, luJ
ilthriu workteg full tine. The tctal
Moubt tf at ptM was lamassd
II in rt r . The gmtral public U
highly '!ar4 w'li the t prUuert.
Tkwt Ice InrrtMe la the aiuouat if
wig paid WtiHt Ike toiktmi as
1 tk public Here U a praMbal
diiiuirUa 1 1 the ol
nasKfsttii, as t it fonts lha wjr i i
lrr and mi smaiii-ait the wuilt
tt kusmM piwu tm if pwvM'fcf
tul (be ttt,wp,t'l . ,t ..
Tell a cot in mourcfal nuasbtrs
Life is but a empty inim,
When r.s t'ji! of treen fcueunibers
A ad tf rrstauraxt Ice cream.
Dttro.l Free Pre-
Come and see the beautiful boys'
suits you can boy at our store for 13
and some for even less money. All are
of the best material and all wool goods.
Some nice light plaids and stripes that
are pretty to look at and great wearers.
With every 110 purchase we giva you a
ticket for ' Sir Albin." a horse that can
go out and trot a mile in 2 SO any day.
A. HLKLBLT. Clothier.
Corner P and 10th street,
In tbe matched race between Hurl
burs horse "Sir Albin," and Skinner's
horse -Loean B'at the Fair grounds
July 13th, best 3 in 5 heats, "Sir Albin"
won tbe race winning the 2nd, 4tn ana
5th heats. Time: 8:34. 2.36 and 2:3(1.
Showing tbat "Sir Albin" can stay out
a race as well as anybody's horse. At
Syracuse "Sir Albin" trotted one-half
mile trial in 1 :12 a2 25J clip.
A Church Reverie.
Tbe tine. lovely Eundiy morn,
Tbe place a country church ;
Tbe organ pipes in lu Kjueaky way,
from out Its lofty percb.
Tbe sermon's dry at dry can be.
Tbe preacher worn and o.d.
His voice cracks like tbe organ's cotes,
As he harangues bis fold.
But wben he's tbrousb, from out tbe loft.
There bursts a happy tons'
From a maiden's lips, who's sweet and fair,
And food as tbe day Is lonr.
And what to mt Is tbe sermon loaf
Or t be organ's uneven pace.
As I listen te my sweetheart's voice
And look cn my sweetheart's face?
Hew York Herald.
We shall take an inventory of our
stock of clothing this next week and ail
lines of broken stock will be put on sale
for cost and less. Suits for men, boys
and childen. All must go to make room
for our new fall goods which will com
mence arriving about Aug. 1st. There
are larg9 lines of odd pants in children's
knee pants, boy's pants, men's pants, all
must go. A few of those precal shirts
left to be closed ont at 22c this week.
Tbe Ten-Cent Bank.
I bare a bank of nlckle plate
For dimes of silver brlrht,
The contents are not very treat,
Buttbe schtmei out tf f Igbt.
I sometimes walk and beat the back,
t double on my livery blie,
I miss a meal and charge it back;
Of saving- rimes 1 never tire,
I crowd my "sundries" more and more,
I imoke a pipe from time to time,
I swipe a paper from a store,
I d almost steal to lave a dime.
My shoes are gray with mui n5 au,t
The kids ean soon my whiskers pull,
My ties are old, my linen mussed,
. But my bank a ill toon be full .
I'll turn tbe screw and seize the pile.
For luxuries I'll spend it not,
Out sfe Invest it with a smi;e.
In opening up a email jack-put.
VmnVn nf th Alliance wishlnc to
buy clothing should go to Hurlbut's the
Clothier, corner P. & 10th Sts., Lin
coln, where they can get good at tbe
right prices bring your card with you
and get 10 per cent discount on all
The Elder Howe Salary Fund Over
$ioo Yet Due Him.
Lincoln. Julv 18 1 have been re
quested to ask you to publish tbe com
plete list of donations to the deficiency
in Elder Howe's salary. Wben we failed
in raising this 1200 deficiency through
popular newspaper subscription, the
committee trie to raise it through the
churches. A letter was sent to each
pastor in the city asking him to help us
in this work. Out of twenty -seven pas
tors thus addressed six have responded.
A few weeks ago when there was an
apparent deficiency in the base ball club
salary for services not yet performed,
200 men in Lincoln could be found to
come forward and pay $25 each. When
there is a deficiency . in tne city's mis
sionary salary for services long since
rendered, it seems strange tbat we can
not find 200 individuals to come for
ward with $1 each, at least, and help
wipe out this just debt.
Llther P. Lcdde.
The coutributions to date are as fol
E. A. Morgan 5 00
A. F. Leese 5 00
Chief cf Police 3 00
Dr. Garten 100
Dr. Simmonds. 1 00
Cash 1 00
L. Myer 2 00
N. O. K 10 00
Mr. McGahey... 1 00
Grace M. E. Church 14 00
Second Presbyterian f 15
Grace Lutheran Church It 00
Faith Mission iKeformed) 1 00
J. White 2 00
Mr. BmrufT 1 00
Central Church of Chri.t 0 M
First Free Baptist Church 5 00
George Bowerraan.. 3 00
Total I 00
An effort was wade at a meeting at
Cushmao Park ha Sunday to raise
the balance due Elder Howe, lit
amount raised was 123 21. leaving
about one hundred dollars due. Lin
coln cannot afford to lose Elder Howe.
God help the poor when he goes. But
II Llucoln Is bound to lose b m. rer
talnly It cannot afford to let him go
without paying sl It owes him.
The editor of this paper now pro
pose to I one of twenty ta male up
tbe balance due, and to re eie and ac
count for the fund. If Si) men can be
found to rUe J,0i0 for baseball pur
pose, at least twenty, ought to be Uiui
U t this purpose.
head roMftbelloB to AttUKi ct
uce, ewrnir Kieteoth and M streets,
and M, on e irle car lite, in
Marv u, f r aa'eruap.cr Ul ttrfcai
for cattle cr clear land. It. A. t'irtrt,
It Cedar HtuJa, Nek
NVaol ( drf:tUtg tue treasurer
t. M u.rt. m uad gut if aid the
penalty d at twt ) in the
-bi'vetiary. It defa .'atUn eitt4
Tg YonngLafly ani GentlBmen
DQTDD WAIT AIEDDCATIOI?
TriTIOX. Hoard and Room rrnt la tha
Frtnod Muraal hchool aad Basin
For the largest list of subscribers for Tut
Farmers' Alliakcb at our club rate of one
dollar a year, received by January 1st. IKS,
we will giro Tallica, Hoard and Kaon
Brat for n Year" in the Fremont No nasi
School and Business Institute.
Por the second largest list received by the
same date w will give Tuition fur Una lar.
This offeror tuition includes tbefoliow'eg
course: Preparatory, Teacher, Elective,
Scientific Classic and BuHtn course.
Term in tbi school open a follow:
Fall term, September 1st: First Winter
term, November 10; Second Winter term,
January IT; First Spring term, March US;
Second Spring term. May 00; Summer term,
Tbe cub value of tbe first premium I
Hundred and Eighty Dollars. Of tb sec
ond premium r'Uty Dollar.
Tbe president of the Fremont Institute i
W. H. Clemmon.
Subscription cane sent in at any time,
but person intending to compete for tb
premium should notify u so tbat proper
credit can be given.
See advertisement of the Imtitutlon In an
J. T. M. SWIOAKT, EDITOR.
Tbia Department will be edited for the ben
efit of Mutual Insurance Companies through
out tbe State.
I have letters from all parts of the
state saying that there will be mutual
companies organized as soon ss the law
All who are at all interested In mutual
Insurance seem to be favorably im
pressed with tbe idea of a cyclone com
pany covering a large territory, and as
several are in s hurry about the forma
tion of such a company we have set the
time for Aug. 5th, at 10 a. m., in Lin
coln, at corner Eleventh and M, for the
first meeting, and at that time if St is
thought best to complete tbe organiza
tion we will do so, but in tbe meantime
we would like to have to have as many
contingent applications as possible.
Please send them in a few days before
yot1 come, but if you have not made an
application come anynow ana neip in
We would like to have a representa
tive from every company in tbe state,
and we will have a meeting of secre
taries at tbat time for the purpose of
instruction in the work. Come and
"let us reason together."
It might be well to take a receipt
from tbe agent for mcney paid for
ticket. We may get a rebate. Please
drop me a line if you think of coming.
In Lancaster county we are to have a
meeting of all ' interested in fire and
lightning insurance on the 8d, and it is
hoped by tbe company that there will
be a good attendance by all who are in
terested in farm mutual. The meet
ing will be held in K. of L. hall at 1 p.m.
In 1883 six Dodge . county, Neb.,
farmers formed a company for mutual
insurance against lire and lightning.
There are now 100 members and tbey
carry policies on iu'43,uw, ana tne total
losses in six years 134.
The above clipping was sent me and
explains itself. While I am not at all
in favor of small companies, this shows
what baa been done and might be done
again, but the probabilities are against
such a complete success, and we should
make preparations for more liabilities
than the above called for. I think we
should have $100,000 to start with, and
this amount is easily obtained if all will
lend a helping hand. But turn out and
adopt articles of incorporation and
complete the organization, and we can
nave a gooa, strong company in good
running order in one month. Come
one and all and each one do your part,
and we can save hundreds of dollars per
annum in this county alone, as bas been
proven several times in tnese columns.
People's Independent Judicial Convention
The Judicial convention for tbe 11th
Judicial District of Nebraska is called
to meet at Burwell, Neb., on Friday
August $8, 1801, at 0 o'clock p. m., for
tbe purpose of placing in nomination
two candidates for judges of tbe 11th
Judicial District, and the election of a
central committee. The ratio of repre
sentation is fixed as follows: One dele
gate for each one hundred votes or ma-
tfr fraction thereof cast for John H.
'owers for governor, and one delegate
at large from each county, provided
that each county shall have at leant two
delegates. The several counties are
entu.ed to representation as follows!
F. M Su uk, Chairman.
WtuS, Lkoxakk. tcrtary.
I.aniar Alliance. No. J;3, adopted tha
AWr. That fully and wholly up
hold brother J. W. Jhrtiti In tha avail
luvutt of bis Imlviwodv lit struioa of
turuiorial day dl.tvrd at Imperial on
tha las: past icciuoriat tay ; and t It
kn:iU. That wa fully smbr v.ry
saoiintrDt and warning rMat4 tberv
la. also U it furthrr
XiMHtft. That tha Isrm.rs' Alll
aa', Uoaouae) tha chun-b pfrahin
aud m'ommaod ra br to pt b tha
irutht kbd ton.lrmn lh UI prat tk of
rotring up traitortsui uslur th cloah
of rhrlsitaaity, aa-l M th truth m
(uttW4 fr mm tfc pM,lpU m a .
th h tt'hl ko,is.
CuiDUti on io!t;Bf, U, W.
Nornua. I. M.rwla
J J tuirw una. rrury
tlattktt U lt
W am ftvaacd I him t mtt
imsiitMti Hir tat a t ( at fil,
lt 4 Mrps Mr iU'sim
lr or taiiif m tt atif
M Im taaa 'm .a th d;Ir, ts
o prpr4 lu iU tha tvwf i t
.lirs stiur fwic$ tuf ) tattary
t,ia aay .a u t.tji fa Utthiu
and U cvtf tfd,
It will save eighty -five
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
IS NOW THE LAW.
Have several thousand dollars worth on hand that we will
sell at from 5 to 15 per cent
according to condition.
Buy of Us and Sare Freigbt and OisGonnts.
This offer Applies only to present stock,
And Lasts till Sept. 1st, Only.
CL-A-SOIST & FLETCHER.
1120 O st , Lincoln. Neb
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. TFLEPHONE 759.
Jobbers and Retailers. Books and Stationery.
O. W. LYMAN,
WHOLESALE '-. LUMBER '-. AND a-. COAL
. . Special Rates to Farcers'
Rooms 17 and 18 Montgomery
Corner 11th and N
Horse, Harness and
Phaeton for Sale.
A very good family borse, gentle and
kind, and a fine new pbxtoa and har
ness, will be sold my low.
Apply to J. Burrows, cor. Eleventh
and M streets. dh
for isle or rent. My well Improved farm ad-
joining-Rushvllle; nod in coonectlon with it
milk and Ice business, alone worth 1.300 a
year. Will sell cheap sod on eas term.
For particjlart address W. J, Lcavitt,
6-4t Kuthville, (leb.
Saunders County Alliance will convene at
Wanoo, July 30, to elect new officers and tran
sact any other business tbat may be brought
up. Every Alliance in tbe county should be
represented. Send In reports a&d creden
tials at once. H. A. Willow, Pres-C
W. O. Kad, Sec
Strictly in it.
At Baker's clotning house 1125 O Street.
Men's, youths' and boys' suits wlil be sold re
gardless of cost tor tbe next ten days. Mr.
Baker Is the authority for tbe statement that
tby can't "score him wltb their I IB suits;
nor, with their f 1(1 bills." Ca'J and look over
his Immense stock. Low prices and square
dealing is bis mmo.
Improved farm of S0 acres i i miles
east of Trumbuii, being 8. W. Bee. 8. T. K,
R. ft, Clay Co. Tit) good, Doencunibtraticta.
For partlcalars app;y t or addrtsa.
4-ui Fitao K. Kanoaix, '
Notice of Salt,
In the mutter of tWer pe.irstlon of I
Lut-y HiP and Henry Hnppo. I
guardians ! tbe ouiicr fetirs ol the i
esiaieoi August now, oeroatva, i
Icr turns tu sr. ira..lie. j
Kvtit-e I here'-y r'vrn ! In t.uriusncof
an order of A. W. I te d Jude t ill tnsir.rt
t nun tt l.aK'astr(uniy, made no la ln
da of Ju.y. a, IK lp'l, fur th la of ts
r, e.iat bmlnnlirr Mrrild, li-f "i.i
l sold HI lit d'Mir l te tojntf Court
lowii Lacit touiitf. Kebrika, on is
th ila f Ausu.l. A l. t-Jl. SI luotficcka.
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PATENT - : - REVERSIBLE -:-ROAD-:- GRADER.
per cent of making roadf: he 1
7':..fcllsys.iw sasawwww..;. . sv "(
from Publishers Sworn Prices,
Alliance la Car Lets.
Bl'k. Write for Price
St. , Lincoln, Neb.
ELI HEADACHE CURE
Will Stop Your Htadacho
IN 15 MINUTES.
Highly recommended by those wbo have
used them. 8o d by all druggists or sent
by mail for Scents. tit
LINCOLN, : : NEB.
J. GL-lfJE Cm. COfi.
1630 O Street.
First Class Horse Shoeing.
I guarantee to stop all Interfering. Par
ticular attention given to iaine.aud stumbl
Every description of blacksmitblng and
Plow Work a Specialty.
Give me your patronage. Eatisfaetior
Lincoln, Jnly 25, 18S1.
I have just reeoivetl two cars
of Jute twine at 0 cents, anil
two cars of bf&t Standard Sisal
at 0 cents. Send on your or
dei a. We will nliij at once.
J. W. Haktlky, Agt.
GERMAN DRY HOP YEAST.
fewest you rppUAM " ou'
lln.i l luf UtniWrlll aadieslst
upon kavlng it. It is Ike best wsd. for
. by ail tr-e.sse ktorta.
mm YEAST COMPANY, OntDl. Neb.
iitst isfl 0C0 tHI 0 II , llatala, ftsk
W pay th kih.l ht
p'U for lit . n ,
I .. k ! a, kbit fit
si Li.f frkHk
WeBandla lothlci tut Horns
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Forat and Fruit Tvtz
insjsaa, Via sa.st
RELIABLE BUSINESS HOUSE&
aflTQTrt t T I MIRCHANDISB. Our stock la replete with ererythleg !
M U O J LA Li " I o uslcai Una. f'rlce to cult tbe tlmea. N. P. Coarta. Oa.
H. R. EAGLE & CO,
"THE MONEY iAVERS FOR THE PEOPLE,
Send 6 cento to pay postage
Everything You Eat,
Use and Wear.
68 Wabash Av. ,
SPECIAL - ANNOUNCEMENT.
S. B. NISBET
Ha opened on of tbe ficeit itockj of
Boots : -. and '-. Shoes
Ever Ironght to the State.
1015 0 STREET,
Tbe public is invited to call and inspect this supurb new stock
The proprietor has full confidence that no other house in the city
can 6now as fine a stock or can sell at lowtr figures. The stock
has been carefully selected and is entirely new. M
STASE AGENTS OFFERS FOR THIS WEEK:
Flour, good, per sack-. .
" liettf r. " . . .
" Picnic "
" Snow Flake" ..
' Blue 1 Tat " ...
" Lvoni " ..
. 1 00
. 1 10
. 1 80
. 1 25
. 1 15
. 1 35
Sugar (rranu!ted 21 lbs 1 00
Extra C 23 lb 1 00
Tea Young Hyson per lb 25
Japan " 30
" Gunpowder " J0
Soap, good, . 30 bars 1 00
" tter, 25 " 1 00
White Bug 25 " 1 00
Canned Tomatoea per do 1 00
Corn, best " 1 10
Tobacco, Hore Shoe per lb.. 40
S'ar ' 40
' Catling' " ...... 20
Starch, C.lom per U. 07
Corn ' M
The best Sewing Machine in the State Ta hntXl' AKlH t Jo-oew
or i9.co factory. A good one at f 15.0a. Fully warranted.
Our inside price) are for member of Alliances only. Write us for any
thing you eat, wear or use. J. W. HARTLEY, St He Agent
Cah to accompany all orders, 4-i Lincoln, Nehv
WHEELER & WILSON NO. 9.
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Dried apples per lb. U
" grapes 07
Cal. raisins "
Prunrs good " W
Cal. Prunes " 12
Peaches " 124
Black berries evaporated per lb. . 014
Vinegar in gallon jugs 25
Masons Fruit Jars, quarts per doa. 1 53
" i gal. " 1 7
Pepper, alsplee, cloves, cinnamon, '
The bent in the market. Lion.
Arbuckle, Itoyal aud all pack
age coffees -. 2
Marie syrup la tin cases, per gal. . 7
Parlor matches per doe, boxes. ... !
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" shirt colored 54)
" half hose rH-r-dox 71
Gliden painted wire per 100 lb.... It)
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