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ayableto TUB ALLUNCKPUB oc
The days of the railroad gang are
numbered. Mark that down.
What a line thing It U to have a "pol
itical pull" on the upreme court!
Ex-GOV. FORAKER seems to be get
ting th whip hand of Ohio again.
This week It is Gov. Majors, If you
ri.uA. "Smuttv Tom" U now at the
top of the heap.
Gladstonb says be wlilihave the
home rule bill up for third reading by
the first of August.
People can get a practical Illustra
tion of the "best banking system the
world ever saw" by leferrlng to
Oke more bank and one hotel failure
are reported from Chicago. At tbe
same time one of the principal savings
banks of Omaha has gone to the wall.
The Nebraska building at the World's
fair was opened amid Impressive cere
monies on June 8. Governor Crounse
and Buffalo Bill were the heroes of the
Germany Is having the hottest elec
tion In her history. It Is a fight be
tween the emperor and the people. And
the people appear to be coming out
Wm. McKinley has been renominat
ed for governor of Ohio by the republi
cans. The keynote of tbe Buckeye
campaign Is to be the old chestnut of
Ir these western zephyrs put half
the sand Into a man's constitution that
they da Into his eyes, he would be
right up and bristling along the
oughfare of life.
If Judges Post and Norval should
conclude to Imprison all Nebraskaus who
are guilty of "contempt of court" all
the jails In the state wouldn't hold a
hundredth part of them.
It takesa woman to make discoveries.
Some of the girls at tbe World's fair
discovered a thing that men never
would have discovered. It was that
Montana's "Uoddest of Justice" is bow
legged. The IWt charge that Hon. J. W.
Edgertoa wrote the opinion on the lm
achment proceedings credited to F.i
Atty. Gen. Iete is utterly false. lee
himself admits that the opinion was
U....J... iL U-.1US
Oat of our tichangt speaks la a
very eloquent inauntr about "farmers
carrying torch wph hols la tbe teat
of their .rouser." This Is a revelation.
Wa never before knew that a torch
It it apparent thai al leat on of the
UU om-ert Is not la sympathy with
the Allen, Hastier, Humphrey gang,
Va asked hat he thought of the
lstwacamtaVdtUloa, be answer 4 (
talak they are as guilty a h-it."
E.T.M.I1IM . mi iim
Twi IsJlana rtpuhlUaa have al
wady begun push lag Herri fur tht
retUleUal aomlaatloe) la IS. And
oal two dare later thtr Ohio
brother a met and reeolved to push Wm.
JdcKtaky for the tame essty hot,
Al EITEA BESSIOH
President Cleveland has announced
through the associated press that he will
call an extra session of congress to meet
September. But It will not be called to
deal with the much-ridden tariff. Oh.
no. It will be called to deal with finan
cial questions. In other words it will
be called to repeal the Sherman law and
put the country finally on a gold basis.
This is the avowed purpose of Cleveu
and bis friends.
It has been plain to the country for
months that Mr. Cleveland is using al
the influence of the administration, all
his nareonal influence and all the
influence that can be wielded
bv the Dublic patronage at his
disposal to force democrats into line on
this question. No free silver democrat
has ever received a crumb from the
administration table. Free silver con
gressmen have been utterly Ignored,
until they were whipped into line and
forced to give their assent to the repeal
of the Sherman law.
Tbe president Is certain of nearly all
the republican votes In both branches
of congress. Now, all bis effort Is to
force enough recalcitrant democrats to
his position to accomplish his object
In the meantime the gold bugs are
shipping gold out of the country by
the millions of dollars. They are forc
ing a panic throughout the country.
All of this Is for one object. The ob
ject is the repeal of the Sherman law
the last barrier that stands between
Wall street and the much desired single
It Is one rlgantio, diabolical scheme
of the plutocrats. And they are peril
ously near to accompllshlnfl their object.
The financial condition of this country
was never so menaced as now. .
Tbe tariff Is allowed to drop Into the
background. It will remain there until
the next election when it will be trotted
out to gull the nine or ten million fools
who do tbe voting.
Will congress bow to the president's
will? The outlook is alarming. It be
hooves every free sll ver man to be awake.
Tbe fight is coming close and it will be
a fight to the finish on this question.
Every man who does not believe that
this country should be forced to a
single gold standard should now pre
pare to do everything In bis power to
avert such a catastrophe.
LABOB OMNIA VINOIT.
If a resident of some other planet
should visit the earth he would be
a'tracted first of all by the great cities
with their magnificent buildings, by
the railroads, and by the mechanical
contrivances of man.
If he should ask what produced all
this magnificence, he would be answer
ed, "labor." Labor takes the raw ma
terial from the mountain side and makes
of it a thing of beauty r-d usefulness.
Labor visits the rough tone in the
quarry and it becomes a temple. Labor
breathes upon the wilderness and it be
comes a garden. Labor waves its maglo
wand over the ocean and immediately
great ships plough from shore to shore
Labor touches a continent and it be
comes a living organism with electric
nerves and arteries of steel.
Labor has filled the earth with happy
homes. It has created the luxury of
capitals. It has spread girdle of
plenty around the world It has built
the successive rounds o the ladder of
In fine, labor Is the .neans which God
has given man to beautify and develop
the earth, to make It fit for his habita
tion. Labor Is the "open sesame" to
the store-house of nature's wonders.
Labor Is tbe staff that enables man to
ascend from the realm of the brute to
the realm of the angel.
Labor Is divine, and the laborers
the men who produce, who create
these should be the nobility of the
Labor should occupy the palaces
which it has built, should enjoy the
luxuries which it has created, should
be blest by the bounty which it has
But It does not. Labor now Is cloth
ed In rags and grovels for a pittance
from tht hands of Idleness. It lives In
misery beneath the very shadow of the
happiness It has created.
The laborers bend 'neath unceasing
toll for the means to live and die per
haps In almshouses; while the trick
sters, the Idlers, the sharpers and the
thieves revel la unneeded luxury and
This Is wrong. It Is wrong In the
sight of God and man It Is a wrong
which will never be tolerated.
The object of the people's movement
Is to right this wrong J. A. K
50STK OETB IT.
Jim North has ohr rewarded. We
do not know what he was rewarded for,
unless It was his treachery to the peo
ple in the railroad quesllen and the
fact that he votod tor a republican for
president v the Nebraska state senate;
hut he hat bvn rewarded anyway,
This is a pro'! of the fact that J,
Hterllng Morton "hat got out of pull
tka." It alaa thowslheetMtipieiloaof
the prtswat admlnUtraUoe,
People of Ktbraska don't ad t he
told anything atout Jim, If you met
a ataa with 'wporatlua capper"
written alt over aim la large charavtert,
why that's htm, A repuhikai oa tmy
tltgle quwlio before the pople of Ne
braska; a wan h assisted la the eic-
tlonofthe republican Mclklejohn to
congress; a goljbng of the most pro
nounced type-that is James .. North
And that Is the man whom Prefident
Cleveland has chosen to be Internal
revenue collector for Nebraska.
A SILVER 00BTE5TI0N.
The people's party delegates to the
anti-trust convention which met at
Chicago last week, withdrew and
formed a convention of their own.
(len. J. B. Weaver was elected chair
man. After adopting resolutions favor
ing the nationalization of the coal in
dustry, the following address was sent
which is self-explanatory:
To General A. J. Warner, President
Sir The delegates In attendance up
on an adjourned meeting ot delegates
to the anti-trust convention, which met
In Chicago June 5 and 6, call attention
to the fact that the president has open
ly aeciarea bis purpose to convene
congress early in September, for tbe
purpose or reducing tne country to a
single gold standard. In view of the
gravity of the situation we suggest
mat an early Industrial congress, te
meet at St Louis or other convenient
point, to take steps to completely or
ganize the country t meet the impend
ing crisis. The emergency is forced
upon the people and it should be met
by organized effort of the mo it formid
J. B. Weaver, Chairman.
"THE GATES OF HELL "
Rev Thomas Dixon of New Tork, is
preaching a series of sermons on "The
Gates of Hell" as they exist in our mod
ern civilization. It the ministers ot al
cities would follow his example, the
pulpit would soon become a factor in
the re -generation of the world.
The following are extracts from his
"In the midst of all her squalor and
wretchedness at home she dreams of
the magnificence of which she reads in
the dally press, and the cheap story
paper which is her daily pabulum.
This continues for weeks and months
and the months lengthen into years
and her l fe becomes a ceaseless, hope
less round of deadening toil. Then
cemes the tempter with his whispers of
bright things to be bad for the taking.
Then comes the time when the Devil
puts in his fine work. Life has lost its
glamour. Poverty in all its grim, hid
eous and hellish outlines looms up be
fore the tired vision of the girl. Sick
ness comes, loss of work and the terri
ble alternatives to steal, to starve, to
beg, to commit suicide or sell her body
for money. Of tener comes the tempta
tion to obtain the fine clothes to answer
the aspirations and yearnings of an un
fulfilled life, in the way ot sin, God
sees It sll and keeps the account, and I
would sooner stand in the poor shop
girl's shoes, even in sin and shame,
than wear the fine clothes of those who
have made these things possible in hu
, King Otho of Bavaria is now a hope
lows maniac. In b is lucid Intervals only
he realizes his terrible condition, but
his chief amusement seems to be to
shoot peasants. It seems to amuse the
mad king to kill the peasants. Ot
course they do not really let him kill
them, but they dress up a man as a
peasant and he passes before the win
dow and the king seizes his rifle which
has been loaded with paper, fires at his
victim and the peasant falls with dra
matic effect and dies in great agony.
The king looks on with the utmost
glee at the result.
What a horrible amusement, and yet
this Is practically the result which the
kings of our economic world are bring
ing about. They may be mad It Is the
most kindly Interpretation to put upon
their actions and upon the result. Not
only is this a fact, but It is a fact that
should be remembered. It Is a butchery
that Is useless and that Is as destructive
to the conservative forces of society as
It is a needless slaughter.
Poverty is necessarily the mother of
despair despair, grim and sullen and
stupefying. The man who fights with
hunger becomes an "animal. Is It not
better to die a man than live a brute?
Shall these desperate people reason?
Suicide becomes a luxury. The death
of a child under such conditions is a
joy not a sorrow. They are gathered
In the potter' sfield, but they rest. Tbey
are crowded one oa top of the other In
great black trenches, but they IH not
be aroused In the gray twilight of the
morning to dull, ceaseless toll. Their
little bodies moulder on together In the
grave, but their little stomachs do not
cry for bread and meat and drink.
Their little facr do not grow pinched
and wan any longer. There are some
things worse than death. There Is
soma thing worse than tha potter's
Bdd. It Is the living potter's field. It
Is the living death."
The greatest actor of Hunters times
Is da4. The vo.ee thl charm4 the
world It forever still.
lit was great la many tharacters.
No man tver played Cardinal It ten Situ
MlWthdld. As lagooetot hit dttlt
Ish malignant Ukt would bring dona
Hut he was supremely great u Ham
let, Shaketpeart't graaUtt ehaar
Wr found tta best laWrprtwr la tht
"We ait 'wb ttuS
As Irsenii ft ft !Uf aat ear lluie lus
1 Is nft44 v t stsefe I
When tbe brav mMIr! of tb !
wr were fighting to free four million
black slavey thry did not drram that
the money power was preparing to rivet
the fetters on their own limbs. But
such was tbe cae. Fetters less in tan
gible than tbe blacks wore perhaps, but
not lest galling. A ny man la
siave wno is lorced to yield tne pro
ducts of b s labor to another.
loaay mere is not a producer on
American s ii but what, through the
acrtireed system of interest, rents,
exorbitant profits, gambling in margins
etc., is compelled to yield up a large
part of the wealth which he produces,
to the Idle elapses who produce no
This is slavery reaching its ends
by insidious means industrial slavery
under the cover of political freedom
slavery, whose lash is the sting of want
and poverty and whose auction block
is the counting house slavery that
enables the classes to roll In opulence
and ease and condemns the masses to
lives of unremitting toll.
If the people could only see the In
justice which is practiced upon them,
see It with the cover torn off, In ail its
hldeousness, such a revolution would
shake this country as was never known
In the history of the world.
And they will see it. Ihe eyes of
many are opened already. The eyes of
the rest soon will . be. When these
awakenings once start they go on with
terrible swiftness. America was dedi
cated to freedom and will neyer be
ruled for any very long time by thieves
and robbers. .
Uur political system was based upon
the divine principle that "all men are
created free and equal." Our rulers
have made of that principle a travesty
and a farce. But tne people will not
long let It remain so.
Political liberty can only live where
industrial liberty lives also. We can
not have political freemen and Indus
trial slaves, we can not maintain a
true republic so long as one class lives
off of tbe earnings of another.
We must get rid of the blood suckers
and leeches. We must drive out the
drones from the hive of toll. We must
guarantee every man the products of
his own labor.
This Is the final object of the people's
movement. And never did any party
of men In the history , of the world have
a grander object. It is the consumma
tion of all the struggles toward free
domthe embodiment of the teachings
of the divine master.
America is in tbe van of the world.
The eyes of the down-trodden every
where are turned unto her. She must
lead. She must lead until every throne
crumbles and every Shylock is forced
to leave his calling. As she brought
true political freedom into the world
she must bring true Industrial freedom
Our next emancipation proclamation
must be that of the "white slave. "j
J. A. E.
THE NOBTH AND SOUTH E&ILBOAD.
Populists should not forget themeet-
ng of the delegates to the north and
south railroi. convetuiuu wuich will
be held a-, tue Nebraska state house,
This convention n.;ets in pursuance
of a resolution adopted by the last
eglslature, introd ioed by Senator
Stewart. It provido that the governor
of Nebraska fhall call a meeting of the
governors of toe sta e tbrousrh which
the proposed railroad would ptss; viz:
North and South Dakota, Nebraska,
Kansas and Texas. Other delegates
from these various states will be ad
mitted. The resolution provides that
this railroad shall be built and main
tained by the states through which It
is to pass. This convention meets to
discuss the feasibility of carrying out
Many distinguished populists will be
present, among them Jerry Slmpsonand
Governor Le well log of Kansas and
others from the Dskotas and our own
It Is an Important meeting and one in
which our people are deeply Interested
Nothing would do so much to cheapen
transportation rates for Nebraska as a
railroad to the Oulf, especially If that
railroad were controlled by the people.
Besides It will be the first step toward
the government ownership of railroads
A WORD TO THE WISE.
The gateway to victory stands open
before the populists of Nebraska. The
Impeachment trial should be made tht
turning point in tht political history of
the state. The Issue should be between
honst and dishonest government.
The office ot supreme judge U not a
political otttoe. What the people detlrt
above all ether things Is that It should
bo fillod. not by partisans but by honest
It Is not the policy ot Till Aluaxo
iMDKPKNpaxt to boom aa,j man for a
nomination. It has no aatt-coaveatlon
candidates. Hut It holds that fidelity
to tht people's latertttt should ba re
warded; that hwty and UWgrlty art
hmXUt than partlsaaUm,
Thtrt It aa opportunity twfora tht
people of th state to glv the bondla
gag a WrvtbU slap la the fa . A ad
la thatopprtuay live the possibility
of a tweeplag populist vWtory,
A word tht ls ts snffioleot."
J. A. K
BA5I8 GO TO EKAEH-
In rair w olurnf w('. h found a
partial record of bank failures for two
weeks. It was impo&felb'e to get an
account of all the M'.ures, but we give
the most important.
Since this record was closed a num
ber of otber failures have occured: one
bank in New York, one bank and one
hotel In Chicago, one bank in Detroit,
one bank in Kansas City, two banks in
Omaha and one in Cortland, Neb. Tke
two banks in Omaha were tbe McCague
savings, and the American national.
Bv these failures the earnings of
thousands of people have been swept
away, the savings of a lifetime of toil
Isn't this a beautiful financial system
of ours? Don't you love the fools who
praise it as "the best financial system
the world ever saw?" Don't you think
it is a fine scheme for a class of rascals
to have a perfectly lawful means to steal
theearningt of other people?
In a government banking system
failures would be impossible. "But no,"
ye'l the plutocratic Fridays, "this
would be paternalism." Well, It might
be paternalism, but It wouldn't be a
legalized means for robbery. Which Is
worse, paternalism that impartially
protects the Interest of all, or class
legislation that leaves honest citizens
at the mercy of thieves?
Grover Cleveland seems really to
believe that the only salvation for this
country lies in the adoption of the
single gold standard. He seems to
think that the only genuine, unadul
terated, self-ssorlficing patriots In the
country are those that stand up for
"honest money'' in spite of "popular
clamor." Well, we have remarked be
fore and we will remark again that
Grover Cleveland is either the prince
of hypocriter or else a man whose edu
cation, and mental development has
been sadly neglected.
Shakspere speaks about a class of
fellows who "steal the livery of Heaven
to serve the devil In." This Is exaotly
what Grover Cleveland is doing. Un
der the cloak of a patriotic civil service
reform, he is holding back the army of
democratic office seekers. His real
object is to hold a elub with which he
can whip democratic congressmen into
line on the money question when the
extra session is called, if this isn't
"stealing the livery of heaven to serve
the evil, in" then we don't catch the
meaning of that phrase.
Andrew Carnegie, the owner of the
Homestead iron works, in a later edi
tion of his book, "Triumphant Democ
racy." has made a prophecy that
America will one day be reunited to
Great Britain. It seems to be the wish
of the gold-bug plutocracy of which
Mr. Carnegie is one, that America
should at least become a financial de
pendency of Great Britain. It is very
probable, however, that sixty-five mill
ion American citizens will have some'
thing to say about both questions.
0 yes, J. Sterling Morton is entirely
'out of politics." He Is paying no at
tention to the distribution of patronage
but devoting his whole time to the dis
tribution of garden seeds, and agricul
tural reports! So he tays, and who
would venture to dispute the great
Sage of Arbor Lodge?" Still it seems
curious that nobody but particular
friends of J. Sterling who are "sound"
on the money question can get appoint
ments In Nebrask a.
Hitchcock county is going to have
another county seat election. lUol
voters out of less than 1300 have signed
the petition. There is a good deal of
feeling against the supreme court for
setting aside the results of the election
held last year, and it would seem such
feeling Is justified. Trenton certainly
won the fight over Culbertson, and if
another election is held, Trenton is
likely to win an overwhelming victory.
Ignatius Donnelly in his new
paper, the Representative, has shown
to the world one Dr. Fish, a sort of a
Holden, who posed to the world as a re
former while he was receiving republi
can boodle. Fish ought to go to the
penitentiary but will probably go to the
republican party which practically
amounts to the same thing.
Mark it down, that In the long run
crooked, tortuous, scheming ways In
business, politic or any other of the
affairs of life, do not pay. The traak
open and honest man will win friends
and followers, where the schemers and
tricksters will la tht end meet only de
teat and dUfrace, "Honesty Is the
i .... - . i
JvtHima front tht tone of the statt
press tha vindication" of Humphrey,
Hastings and Allta hat tailed to vindi
cate Instead ot tht two judges
dragging tht three) Urndltr out of tht
mud tht thrtt boodltrt art just at dwp
as tver and have dragged tht judgtt
Into tht wlra with them.
' . -in
Tut apparent victory ot tht thUvteg
stato oftxert It totutthinf tikt tht vic
tory won bv a etrtaU frsoch general,
that, whtahlt aid ware congratulating
himupoa It, taolalnMsl; "Victory: a
few more) tut h vie tor let and we will be
F.vehy farmer reader of The ALU-ANCE-IXDErEXDEVT
read and consider the article In tbfa
Issue headedJ'The Great Plan." It la
written by a practical farmer who is al
so a thinker. His plan ought to be dis
cussed in all the alliances and farmers'
clubs In the west. We would be glad
to have short articles from others on
The Unionist of this city has chang
ed hands. J. L. McKean has gone out
and J. W. Vogan is now editor. The
paper will continue to be run in the
Interest of organized labor, though no
longer connected with the Typograph
ical union. Vogan and Cook are pub
lishers. They say the impeached state officers '
appealed to the corporations for help.
The corporations went after Dick Nor
val who has a fat position as a railroad
attorney. Dick was afraid he might
lose his position, so he went after his
brother the Judge and finally brought
C. W. Mosher, supposed by tbe peo
ple of Nebraska to be under arrest in
Omaha, is at the present writing,
cavorting around at large in the state
of Illinois. People will at last learn
that It is the will of the all-powerful
state house gang that Mosher go free.
A man cannot be a general all round
scoundrel for very long without being
found out. In fair weather he msv
cover himself with the cloak of hypo
crisy but when tbe storm comes tbe
cloak is liable to be blown aside and re
veal his true character.
Chief Justice Maxwell is recoir.
nized as one of the finest jurists in the
nation. His opinions are everywhere
quoted as authority. His treatises on
law are standard. This is the man
that the state house gang is trvin to
The plutocracy should hesitate be
fore goading the people too far. There
is a point at which human endurance
ceases. This lesson has been taught
two or three times in the history of the
moaern world. Must it be
Judges Pqst and Norval excuse the
state officers for misappropriating $500
for a junketjng trip on the ground of
"good intentions." They have perhaps
forgotten the old saying that Hell is
poved with good intentions."
It is reported that certain adventists
In Buffalo county predict a cathollo
outbreak duriBg July. The only thing
now lacking is for some Idiot to proph
esy the end of the world.
Mr. Edgerton has given us valuable
editorial assistance again this week.
The whitewash given tbe nest of poli
tical corruption will not appease the
people, and at the coming fall electk n
they will rise in their indignation and
assert their rights as they have never
done before and political parties will
cut but a small figure with them.
The supreme court has filed its opin
ion in the impeachment case; Post and
Norval for acquittal, and Maxwell for
conviction. This rendering of the
court Is not a surprise to many people of
the state, yet It was something of a dis
apointment to all who have carefully
noted the evidence against the accused
throughout the trial and a vague hope
that the decision would be for convic
tion. This case means a great deal
more than an ordinarv trial In court.
Not only have the officials been tried,
but the court itself and the republican
party of Nebraska, have been tried
in the great court of public opinion.
No one who has carefully read the ev
idence without prejudice, doubts for a
moment the guilt of the three state offi
cials and the respect and veneration of
the new party as the only party likely
to legislate upon thoso vexed questions
beneficially. The day of derision and
ridicule is past, and now supporters ot
the old parties are at a loss to know how
to meet the arguments which show up
their defects and corruption. They
stand without a support of any kind
and are fast coming to a realization of
the fact that their day of spoliation
and degeneracy is about to end. New
There never was a political prisoner
brought to the bar ot justice but could
plead no knowledge of the law and be
cause of the want of such knowledge
plead Innocent. But no court will
hold the offender Innocent because of
such Ignorance. It hat remained for
our supreme court to lay such a founda
tion in law at a precedent. Judges
Post ant Norval giving the opinion,
and Honest Judge Maxwell dissenting.
The poop! of course bulievt that
Judge Maxwell Is right, and tht tools
of corporations and the gang ot thktvea
have no standing. Thus ends cnt of tha
most remarkable trials and rank do
tvUloni tver rendered. laaocentl How
Innocent Innocent ot taking celt
building money tor aa teursUn. In
nocent of taking money from tht satnt
fund to pay tht i peases of Dan Hop
ktns aa Chaplain Howe to a prison con
gre. (movent is alio Ing iWgaa
and Hopkins pty out tht stato money
at will, and calling on tht earn partiet
for eaeursioa at w ll, Yet our su-
ftrtmo oourt judge art such Innocent
dlolt that thty t ea st nothing hut la
aoouBCt ta alt this. May tht ivd IjmA
deliver the statu tram -&. "young aa j
vigorous mta, bv placing them la their
T;t Tt AiauNct lnpiptNDEMT,
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