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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
AUGUST 3. 1893
AN ADDRESS ON LABOR
And Kindred Topic, Delivered Before the
Central Labor Union of Omaha.
BY THE H03. D CLEM DEAVIB
Concentration of Wealth Mutt Cease
The Money Power Most Be
Checked and Driven Back.
Silver Mul Be Restored.
Mr. President and Fellow Workers: To
deliver an address on political economy
and its relations to labor is something
quite new In labor organizations, although
we have beee. so very closely connected
with political economy in all its workings.
It certainly is a question to be given
great consideration and deserves to be
discussed and argued in all places and
at all times. Our system of government,
the best In the world, is yet In a crude
state and has many openings for lm
DrovemeDt We should understand that
political economy Is the highest science
known to mankind, for upon It rests the
foundation of our government, all its In
stitutlons and all other sciences. To say
that It is an interesting study Is putting
. it mildly. Politicians have U a great
measure prevented many persons from
becoming versed In the study on account
of tbeir questionable methods and the
general suspicion of all persons who
have become noted in politics. For my
part I truly bolieve the day of honest
politicians is drawing near and that the
question under discussion tonight Is oae
that will be more generally considered
in the future, thereby compelling men to
have clean records before they can be
successful In politics, a calling that
should only be sought by honorable per
However; be the future as It may, it Is
certainly good for the mind to study these
questions. One of the great benefits to
be derived is discipline 01 mma, wnicn
will broaden to grasp the themes in all
fclences. There are branches of this
study which no other sort of. learning
whatever an excel or perhaps equal.
It certainly surpasses all other studies
In the combination which It Involves of
mental discipline with practical utility
Its most ordinary propositions test one's
thinking power; its deeper reasoning
puts this power to the proof as severely
as anything in matnematics.
The main principles of political econ
omy are a part of the information which
ought to to at every intelligent citizen s
command. Moat of these questions
somehow touch every human lite, and
touch it vitally. They have to do with
nesrlv everything concerning which
human beincf can become interested.
The structure of government, the struc
ture of society, the laws governing wealth
and people, the nature and uses of wealth,
the importance or true cnarity, tne curse
of indiscriminate alms, the Inevitable
dependence of individuals and classes
upon one another If any facts in any
realm whatever can insist upon place In
man's mental stores as a condition ef
his right to call himself educated, these
are such facts.
In this discussion I can only refer to a
few ef the more Important and pressing
questions. Labor, land and money, put
Into operation, bring forth and exchange
the necessaries and luxuries of life. We
have in this, the grandest country on
earth, an unlimited amount of natural re
sources. We are an Industrious people.
We have had abundant crops and the
very best of health. Our farmers pro
duce annually over four hundred mil
lion bushels of wheat, over seven hun
dred million bushels of oats and over two
billion bushels of corn. Our manufac
tured products are over five billions.
We produce wealth beyond conception
But tor all this what do we find? Out of
sixty-five million people less than thirty
thousand own one-half the wealth. And
what does this mean? It means that
which we see and realize every day of
our lives. The few living oil of the la
bor of the many. It means starvation, as
evidence shows, for many a poor, help
less victim, and compels a large per
centage of our people to live In want with
out enjoying tbe privileges that should
be theirs to enjov. It means that in this
country of ours, where wealth abounds,
those who create the wealth have little
or nothing to say about its distribution.
Aje.lt means more, it means that the
principles upon which this government
was founded are being trampled under
foot and the reign of the aristocracy is
ariDroachlnK with dangerous rapidity.
Will we check It or will we He still and
allow the ascendancy of our enemies
to power? Will we be honored sons of
our illustrious sires who founded this
government, or will we go down in his
tory as having neglected to guard our
people are today in jus aa elo a place
a we are. Notice the thousands of me a
thrown out of employment on accouat of
their Inability to continue to pay urm
wates. Notice if you please the large
number of persons who hsv lost their
savings on account of son b ink failure,
which was caused by tfc Inability . f the
bank to realize oa Lertrlifore valuable
securities: and again notice with me.
that auy business, no matter of bat
kind, that is not conflicted on a cash
basis is now hard preyed for ready
money. Therefore 1 can see no reason
why those mho suffer by dong a credit
business should not fall in with the
working people and help abolish this
infamous system of credit.
And why do we do business on credit
Oh. some will say, because it lscanven
venient. That is not the reason. vVe
simply do business on credit because we
have, not the aecetsary volume of money
with which to do the business of the
country. And why have we not the vol
ume of money that we should have?
Slmolv because w have allowed tbe
money power of London. New Yra and
Boston to direct monetary legislation.
They want dollars scarce so that a dol
lar will command more. They want
dear money and cheap products, cheap
labor and cheap men. The dollar then
at interest is more safe and profitable
than the dollar in business. The result
of the credit system is that now we are
all mora or less In debt The interest
account is so large that it takes the best
products or our labor to pay to the money
lords of the east Our energies are taxed
to their utmost to meet out pressing ob
ligations, and when our creditors have
lost confidence In our ability to pay, then
we are forced to tbe wail
i There are many of us here tonight
who have been driven west on account of
hard conditions in the east. Many of us
came with our fathers to take up nomes
where, when improved, we supposed
they would be ours to llvf in the bal
ance of our davs. But what have we
found? We found that the same system
followed us west; that when our farms
were Improved or our little lot built
upon, the mortgage stepped in and told
us to move on. Now we came from the
east W e are here now. and many, many
of us have not enough ahead to live
on for three months: yes, many not for
three weeks. Now what are we sup
posed to do if we are asked to go further?
Aye, time will tell. The rumblings of
discontent are to be heard everywhere,
The devil is raging in the breast of many
a man who only wanted a chance to work
that he mlfirnt enioy the blessings of a
Yes. my menus, tbe contact is on.
Tba money power might well now take
warning lor we people oi America win
not be coerced much longer. Well might
the poet's words apply now:
You have shorn and bound tbe Samson,
And robbed hlra of learning's light,
But bla sluggish brain ii thinking,
His sinews have their might,
Look well to your gates of gauze,
Your privilege, pride aad cast,
The giant Is blind but thinking,
His locks are growing fast.
Yes, my friends, we are in my opinion
tramping upon dangerous ground, but
trust to God there is not one here to
night of this little Spartan band who is
afraid to meet any and all emergencies.
1 for one say, by tbe eternal ood above,
we stand no more coercion. We will be
men like our fathers, or we will die. We
will guard our liberties and treasure them
for their full worth. We will do what is
right, ay even more, but we are too
proud to be further subjected. Our
monetary policy has been shaped largely
by the gold bugs of London and it must
be stopped. Silver as money is now to
be stricken down entirely if the gold
speculators succeed in their efforts.
jnow as we nave aeciaea to discuss po
litical economy, I would advise that each
and every one of you post yourselves
thoroughly and as the money question Is
on trial it would be a good subject. I
would like to see honest discussions car
rled on througn Tbe Western Laborer
by our members and it will be sure to
produce good results. Let us study
what effect tbe gold standard of money
will have upon us and what effect a
Bclentlflo system of money would- have.
In closine I wish to say that I for on
am bitterly opposed to the single gold
standard of money.
AMONG OUR EXCHANGES.
Liberty cannot long endure in any
country where the tendency of legisla
tion is to concentrate wealth in the
hands of a few. Daniel Webster.
liberties until they were lost? These,
my friends, are momentous questions
and must be met by the present genera
tlon. I am not one who claims the
country is goiog to the bow wows, but I
appeal to you as I seriously believe dan
ger Is approaching, if not now at hand.
Let ns consider the facts tor a few
moments and see if there really U cause
for alarm and if we really hv cause
to complain of past legislation. The lt
census report snows that the gain of as
sessed wealth in New York, t'ennsvl
vanla and Massachusetts was greater
from ISfH) to lsuo tban the gala In fifteen
of the farming states of the Mltlalppt
and Missouri river territory. Thai In
clude the very best agricultural states
In the union. Now by looking the
question t(uarlr In the fat we find
that the me of the people In the firot
throe SUV mentioned are no better Pi?.
If as well, as we of the wt ate, but we
fiad in Nw York el'y, Philadelphia and
Itottoa l where the nrrtf wealth
come from. In th citl Is where the
tnony lords reside. It la they who
work not thai are (rowing richer and
riiur and richer from the labor I
others. There an I la ln iin la where
cur farm mortgages ate largely held,
It is there where dtls ta million if
arm of our best lands art held au4 It U
against thee ta interstth avmey
power cfth woilJ-lhat a sboul l df
reel 9r fif ht
We may talk bul wages, we may e
id aad rw reeol that wag should t
Btff, but, ?wy friend,: the hutlatM
The people's party has battled for the
free and unlimited coinage of silver,
but it is not forgetting that we still
have a number of other issues. we have
not overlooked, and will dlseusa as
the weeks roll around.
The democrat would stake its reputa
tion as a prophet on the statement that
if England favored the free coinage of
silver all the llttlo gold bugs and flun
kies in this country would be singing
free coinage songs. Crete Democrat.
Let Bryan continue this manly fight
he la making, and he will enjoy the
confidence of Nebraska's people, long
after Grandmother Morton, Jim North.
Tobe Caster and their lackey outfit
have passed Into the dense and merciful
oblivion of long ago. Albion Calliope.
The republicans are Indeed in a queer
boat as regard to the candidate for
supreme judge. It they re-nominate
Judge Maxwell, it will virtually be a
condemnation of l'ot and Norval and
on the other hand If they refuse to re
nominate htm the better element of
their party will repudiate their candi
date at the polls, Schuyler Herald.
If the goldbugs repeal the Sherman
law at the extra slcm of congrea
without providing a national currency
of some kind la it stead, the people
should gel back at them by electing a
people congress and aemoa vising
gold. Then compel the hok-ftoad
gentry to take paper or do business on
the other side of the water. CuUr
The pUt section of eoiigrva to eon
vena Ike 7th of aeit month wtflb aa
settle and tntereetlng on, it will
really bo lb battle ground n( the great
forces of juatke sgalast !juUo, uf
right against wrong, of debt tuidad
rail I Ion agate! debt holding thous
ands, of bank moitey against govern
meal mrey, of grinding poverty
jlnt law made i-rvswiity IVu
BRIEF NISWB KOTE8.
lateroaUst; lteaa Gleauaed fro
People' Party Exchange.
Minnesota sent a delegation of over
100 to tne bimetallic convention at Cbi
A new populist paper known a the
Kicker has been started at Clinton,
General Warner (ays he is confident
that the Sherman law cannot be re
Comptroller Eckles reports that over
100 national banks have laiiea since
The old feud between populists and
democrats threatens to lead to niooa
shed at Washington, Gal
Pensions should be paid in silver dol
lais and millions of dollars thereby put
into circulation every month.
Governor Le welling, of Kansas, will
try to induoe foreign nations to trade
direct via the Gulf of Mexico.
The populists of Cheyenne ceunty,
Nebraska, will bold their county con
vention at Sidney, August 9th.
The conviction is growing in Wyom
ing that the clouds of crickets there
about are gold bugs in disguise. .
A one-way. rate to Chicago is now
considered as Inevitable Southern and
western lines are making the move..
The allianoe people of Wood county.
Texas, will hold a grand two davs
camp-meeting at Albla Aug. 4 aad 6uu
Officers of the Kansas Farmers' Alli
ance have conceived the plan of loaning
wheat to destitute farmers until next
A battle is reported to have occurred
between soldiers and outlaws in Vir
ginia in which half a dozen of the for
mer were killed.
B. L. Gi'nn has gone off with 150,000
of the school funds of Hartford, Conn.
This is no way to teach the young idea
how to shoot.
Until the French quarrel with Slam
the world would never have heard of
that country had it not been for its
It should be noted that the 500-pound
fish stories coming from Buzzard's Bay
are not accompanied with affidavits as
a guarantee of good faith.
San Francisco's chamber of commerce
responded to New York's appeal by de
claring tor bimetallism ana against the
gold basis. Good for 'Frisco.
If Secretary Carlisle shall not obey
tVie law and purchase the amount of sil
ver tbe law provides for, impeachment
proceedings will be in order.. ,
In the solemn solitudes of his retreat.
David Imademocrat Hill lists to the
cackle of embryo statemen and softly
carols: "The shallow murmurs, but the
deeps are dumb."
Miss Kate Field is one of the judges
of wines at the World's fair. 8he is not
required to sample the exhibits. Her
male admirers generously agree to re
lleve her from that duty.
A fine memorial in honor of the late
Captain Thornton, executive officer of
the Keariarge during bis fight with the
Alabama, is to be built at Merrlmac, JN.
H., by tbe captain's widow.
Everything is going by the board in
Australia, a country with absolute gold
standard. . Insanity, suicide and mur
der fill the measure of their grief. How
ong can these things continue?
The modern boarding house keeper is
nothing if not up to the times. A pro
gressive Omaha house has ordered a
set of Harneyized steel plates for the
accommodation of bisouit shooters.
Governor Pennoyer welcomed Vice-
President Stevens to Oregon. Pennoy
er knows where tbe Illinois man stands
on the currency question. Besides
Stevenson may be president some day.
General Bragg may be a candidate for
governor of Wisconsin on the democra
tic ticket. The numerous enemies he
has made will be glad of tbe opportu
nity to get a whack at the doughty
It is claimed the closing of the World's
fair en Sunday clinches the assertion
that this is a Christian .nation. Yet
there is no visible slackening of speed
in the chase for "the root of evil" of
the legal tender variety.
The Virginia State Farmers' Alliance
will convene in sixth annual session, in
the hall of tbe House of Delegates,
Richmond, on Tuesday, August 15th, at
12 m. Each county alliance in good
standing will be entitled to one dele
gate. Ex-Vice President Morton has been
interviewed with regard ta the recent
commercial depression and advanced a
new theory, to the effect that the bus!
ness phenomena or last luonlh were
merely a late result of the Baring's
It Governor waite s speech was a
bank wrecker, as some people claim, he
has a long reach surely, as Milwaukee,
Knoxville, Louisville and Nashville are
being knocked out In a few days New
York and Philadelphia may feel the
touch of his maglo wand.
An eastern factory has constructed
for exhibition at tne fair a needle
twenty-eight feel long, with an eye lOx
4. Alter all, the rich mrvs prospect
of heaven are not a hopeless a the
bible suggest. The man who cannot
squeexe through a 10x4 eye ought to be
A the days have lengthened th heat
has strengthened, and whatever mar
happen bow to repair Ik damage which
ha bta already suffered throughout
th greater part of Kaglaod, HI cer
tain that a year of heavy lw ha over
taken Kb llsh tannine. Takias urn.
duo of all kind, th smalt! crop of
itt century prouueea are those now In
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Low rates. Fast trains. Office 1133
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Use Northwestern line to Chicago.
Low rates. Fast trains. Office 1133
Call on Geo. Natterman & Co. for
carriages, wagons, binders, and all
farm implements. We'll use you right.
213 South Ninth St., Lincoln.
Use Northwestern line to Chlcscro
Low rates. Fast trains. Office 1133
Follow tbe crowd to the furniture and
household goods emporium of Melnxer &
Swearingen at 127-129 , North Fourteenth
street, where you will find everything In
their line of the best Quality and cheap
est price; especially bed-room. suits.
Use Northwestern line to Chicago
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oest paying 1'Hotograpn Galleries la
the city oi Lincoln, jveb. will teach
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Use Northwestern line to Chicago
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Barber & Fowler have seme of the
cheapest property in Lincoln for sale,
If you have a geod, clear farm and
want to get Lincoln property, write,
and they will find jou a first-class deal.
Room 10, 1041 0 Street.
North Western line Palace Sleeper
and Fast Chicago Train Service.
A palace car for Lincoln people is
now attached daily to the Chicago lim
ited leaving Lincoln at 2:20. No better
service, lowest rates
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for ticket, berth .reservations etc
1 at city office 1 1830 street, or depot
S and 8th streets.
Rngland, without any 8hrma law,
with silver completely deraonetlied I
la jutl as great financial strait a
w amyt ther ar would b RoaeoUr
and even editor of Influential paper
wh keep up th cry "th hhermaa law
I doing !l th tutechle?. Ty ought
ti be glvea a bljf dtplotna td tbt-a n
turned outUikatur with "'hois peon
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Round trips to to tne Pacific Coast.
Short trips to the Mountain Resorts
The Great Salt Lake.
Yellowstone National Parkthe most
wonderful spot on this continent.
i'uget sound, tbe Mediterranean of
the Pacific coast.
B. T. Mastin, C. T. A., 1044 O St.,
J.B. SL03SON, Gen. Agt..
Barber & Fowler have a stock of gen
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nlng and doing big cash business; old
settled country. Party wishes to mo;e
to Lincoln and will take a part clear
property and balance cah. See or
write, Barber & Fowler.
Room 10, 1041 O 8 tree.
The Missouri PeciSlc railway seems
to be up with the times to the very
latest moment in giving low rates to
the World's fair also to St Louis and all
eastern points as well as to the south
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A palace car for Uncoil people la
now attacnea wee ays to tb huh
oe Men's fast train leaving? Liacoli
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Call at eity office 11X10. bl, or depot
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November 12 lwl Aim hav ploei
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THE LOUISIANA HOTEL
SI PER DAY.
Headquarters for the People.
N. E. 0or- 71st & Seipp Are . Ohioago,
within two block of the Fair Ground (South)
Capt. C. A. Power, known In Populist and Alli
ance circle throughout the United Bute, 1
with this hotel aud will promptly and truth
fully answer lnquliie for rooms and rates.
You pan stop at this hotel without the fear of
extortionate charges Bend for a certificate
In advance, good for 10 day' lodging.
HOW TO REACH THIS HOTEL,
When vou arrive In Chicaaro. an to the Iko
rniu. van uureu nw iuon, ana
EAST ONE IIUH'K and
train ann buy a tiriee to I'ARKSIDE, LOOK
vou will ana thm
lAiUistAiMA mricu tKm tbrlns trunk If
yon ean v.H I. Alt rwWt rnvided With
KtKKl (iiiubl-iring beda. Larye room will
have two and thro double beds TO auuohsk.
IUT PAHTII AT NPKt I AL II AT Kit Writ I!
lUWEit, Agent, fur particular.
J U. SELLERS. Utnivsr.
Formerly Proprietor Alamo ItortL, '
Cuturad prtn, Cot.
Mention thl paper.
t will mi tab tall snr the mm aad .
4 fit tuduiuy trim (huium
MiaHuwnt curt of aa tUmif , No MU l ma
bva jt tie by MJwa, wrtt mm at mm;
rtimuM itlif4 wuh rwMKlr at hbsnai hv
mul, pod trwi i n4 liutrucUus It mfr
TNI MARnll CANCIR tAMTAAIUM,
F rt Fayne. Ala.
Th Worl.f fair.
Th eeaUnf oaiMteltf of the rUu-
rant at th World's fair rrouad l
lit tbouaaad popt. Thy rang ail
th way frin th tstMlt lunoh oounSer
wher fm caa ebtala a geud (data
rmei foe thirty or forty cnt. Ut the
ialv oa! whkhervraUooure
dUner fur two dollar.
U4 of ft'" t,io tuava baekek
Ittt f hem and Ihu gt iarouia the
dav al a mvml$ aotaiaai outlay.
Th iiarltnnu rwuw agents at d
ixM or eiir otU Cor, 11 and luth rlt .
fee Korthwetra lt la ratoego. will h glavl tu furalth full taforwatloa
w rate, fast train. Offie 1143 regarding pn of ilcheU, ttm of
081. I irala. tw.
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