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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1893)
The Laborers' Portion At Apt It
fined By the Prattle or a
I always read the conversations which
Life publlabes between a father and
inquisitive boy, and every time I
one it reminds me of a conversation
tween a father and hi ton which I have
either read or dreamed. It went some
What place is this, pa?
Thli Is a brick yard, my son.
Whose brick yard la it, pa?
: It belongs to me. my ton.
Do all these tig ppes ot brick belong
Tm. m v son. every brick of them.
Did you make them all alone by your
No, my son, these men you see workin
there mate them for me.
Bo the men belong to you, pat
No. mv son: those men are free men
tfo man can own mother. If he could,
other would be a slave.
What is a slave, pa?
A slave, mv son. is a man who has
work for another all bis life for only his
board and clothes.
If a slave get sick, who pays for the
doctor, pat .
Well, his owner does, he can't afford
leie his property.
Why do men work so hard, pat
thev like It?
WaII. no. I don't suoDOse they do. But
they work or sarve.
Are these men rleh, pat
Not to any great extent, my son.
Do they own any bouses, pat
1 rather suess not. mv son.
Have they horses and nice clothes snd
do they go to the seaside wnen it
warm, like we do, pat
Well, hardlv: it takes them all their
tim to work for their living.
What is li vine. p?
Why, a living well for them a living
is what they eat and wear.
I. that not board and clothes, pa?
I suppose it is.
Well, are they any better off than
slaves, pat . ... ' .
' Of course they are, you foolish boy
Why, thy are free. They don't need to
If thuv Ann't want to: thev
, nus iv av a j - - r r
. an leave whenever they choose,
And If they leave, won't they have to
Yes, of course, tbey will have to work
for someone else.
And will they get any more than a liv
log from bimt
No. I suDDOse not.
Well, then, how are they any better off
Why, they have votes; they are free
If they get sick, do you pay for the
doctor, pa? .. . , ,
Catch me ! What have I got to do
with it. They must pay for their own
Can you afford to lose one of the men
who work for you, pa?
. Of course I can. It doesn't make any
difference to me; I can have another
whenever I like.
Then you are not so particular about
them as it they were your slaves, are ytsu,
No, I suppose not.
'f"l 1... li-V., 4lAm In l,n
free? ' ' ' -
What are bricks made of, pa?
Of clay, my son.
D ) the bricks belong to the men wncri
.thev make them, na?
No, my son; they belong to me.
Why, wbei the men make tbcm?
Yes; the clay is mine.
.j Do you make it, pa?
No; God made It, my son.
Did he make it for-you, pa ?
No; I bought it.
Bought it from God?
No; from a man. ,
Did the man buy it from God?
No, of course net; he bought it from
another man, suppose.
Did the first man , it was bought from
buy it from God?
No, I suppose not.
How did be get it, then? How was it
Lis more than anybody's else?
Oh, I don't know; I suppose he just
claimed it. -
Thn If thee men should claim it now,
would it be theirst
Ob, bother I Don't be asking such fwl
It you didn't own the bilck yard and
tho clay, how would you make your liy
Oh, I don't know; I suppose I would
4? are to work.
Would you make brick, pt
May he 1 would.
Ihm would ymi Ilk to make bilck
-for i nly your board and clothe, and let
i the ova a ho laltu the ) ard have every
thing eU? i
Nobody would rare huw I lkd It
lVr people mut work fr their living.
If then turn bad brickyards of their
.own, would they word for you, pa!
i Nt liko'j; they would work fr them
v hut It t ik V jf tUt lint inantlairod
tbl land nr, and that you bought It?
If he hadn't, tny t robdy tlat
would hare tlalaied 1 and thee nay
4tn of ibwe un would own It now, and
ttaa t4 would have to work fr him for
jiHtr bo-d and, clothes. May fee you
tto U thaekfu) to rrmidmHO fat j
Mi g dnm ta yoa la tavlag yon with
out wor'J.e;. Should these awn's Jittfe
boys be 'hankful to Providence, , pa?
Wei), I suppose they should.
What for, pa?
Oh, tecause their pat hv sttady
Is steady work a pood thing, pa?
Of course it i, my son.
Then why dmTt yn work, pa? NoWy
could ke-p yon from making brick,
No. ! J'u't want to keep men out tf
job. If I woiked, there wouldn't be
job for some trtber man.
That's kit d of you, pa. Itn you think
If you was to whel that man's barrow
once while he rested he'd get mnd ebut
Ob. pihaw' Gentlemen don't wheel
Wbat'i a gentleman, pa?
Whv. gentlemen men who de not
need to work the upper class es.
I thought there wasnt any upper
classes in this country. I heard a man
say all men are equal.
. The maa ho said It was a socialist or
anarchist -r something else, or may be It
was at election time and he was trying to
Say, pa, my Bunday school teacher
says we are all God's children. Is she a
socialist or an anarchist, or Is she trying
to catch votes?
Oh, ne; that's the right thing to say in
Well, pa, bonest now, are these men
God's children just as much as we are?
vYby, yes, my son, to be sure they are.
gay, pa, do you remember when you
bought that dozen allies for brother Jim
and me, and I grabbed them all and made
Jim give me his top before I'd let him
play with them, and you called me a
greedy little hog and gave me a licking?
Yes, my son, I remember.
Well, do you think you did right?
Certainly, my son, a parent does right
to correct bis children and keep them
from acquiring bad principles. I bought
the marbles for you both. Jim bad as
much right to them as you.
Well, ps, If those men are God's chil
dren just as much as you, then you and
they are brothers. And if you make
them give you nearly all the bricks you
make for allowing them the use of the
clay which God made, Isn't it tho same as
my making Jim give me his top for a
chance to play with the enables?
Oh, bother! Don't ask ' such stupid
Say, pa, do you think God thinks you
are a greedy little hog, and that be will
punish you for grabbing that clay?
Oh, don't talk so much. Say, ma,
take care of this upstart, be makes me
tired. John Hlles.
Tho American Bookmaker, one of
tho best and most ably edited journals
In this country on subjects pertaining
to the , printing business, comos forth
as an advocate of the nine-hour day. It
says the time has come when shorter
hours must be had, and appeals to tho
International Typographical Union to
submit a proposition to tho Typotheta;
at the coming session of that organiza
tion in Chicago and that it will in all
probability be accepted. When such
journals as the' Bookmaker are forced
to take up the question of shorter
hours, and when it becomes general all
over tho country then will the shorter
day come. Until then it U the duty of
every Union man to lend his voice in
this great issue, that the result may bo
brought about as quickly as possible,
Unity of Organization.
Whatever of benefit worklngmen
have reaped by their hard knocks as pro
ducers during the late money stringen
cy has been accomplished by tho unity
of organization In trade unionism. Much
lo-s and suffering have been entailed by
worklngmen of all classes. Cut-downs
and lockouts have mercilessly impover
ished the toilers in almost every looal
itj. Thousands have been made to feel
the pangs of hunger by lo?s of resource
through enforced idleness. Unemployed
laborers in large business centers have
been driven to tbo point of desperation
where "broad or blood" threatened to be
the only alternatives. Tbe suffering has
been widespread and exasperating, and
will leave its profound Impress, on
which will bo laming upon the survivors
of this age and generation. It has been
lesson in economics which should bo
all studied by all who toil that they
may live. Dark and gloomy as tbe pict
ure has been, no one can estimate the
amount of dUaater averted by the organ-
zatlon of many branches o( labor for
protection agalmt just such evils as hava
lately threatened the very lives of hon-
e. tolling milltoos. I,nt organized
labor think solemnly of this, and mr
ginled labor ponder deoply upon the
example given In the condition of af-
talis for the pat fw mouths. All should
bend the warning, The orgat.d should
awaken with rned entrvy t further
strengthen for unified at Hon, aad the
uunrganU4 loto no time la Incoming al
lies to common defence artint on-
Hfailria. !.abttr Sljoal,
The theapoal plat e for monument
iUn, Na'Wrmaa'a, 213 twuth Mi
i , I.luoo n.
Use North tttra line U Chkato
.orak. I'Mt trains Offin 111?
Viavl lk remedy furulerlaa tmubha
now Mag IhtrodiHwd ty the Ntbraaht
VlaH Ctnnpaav. aol K. Y. Lira UU.
Omaha UrrrattagapMoutd aad wUs-
Ttie Laborer's uty
This Is frequently called a repress
titve government. It might better be
ratb-d wUivprf fntaire Eovernment.
Wl.fct bai tl.e average cantor or re pre
sonutive In cmmn with th midJle
dapsesof thl c to try? Almost nothing.
We are happy t- be able to note a few
exceptions to this almost univrrsal rule,
but k I of the majority we speak.
Worklngmxn of America, you are the
very fx'ls in the bands of these rcbem
Ing politician, and to von alone must
future generations look for a remedy for
this evil. Ytu must have men from
jour oo ranks for candidates to all the
offices within the gift of the people, and
bavlag them as candidates, you rtnt
ELECT them. If yon could only be
brought out rf the lethargy born of a
to greet dependence upou the purity of
purpose and disinterested loyalty to the
flag which has been sung from the plat
forms of political meetings for the past
thirty years. If you could only be made
to see the power In your hands vou
would not long continue to shout and
tote transparencies for any existing po-
Dut, with the true- love of country In
your heart and a loyalty to the flag that
alone saved tho nation la '06, you would
walk In solid ranks to the ballot box and
elect men who sre known to be honest
and loyal and true.
The sophistry of the average dema
gogue is sickening to one acquainted
with bis ways, fie prates and swoats oa
the platform over bis loyalty and love
of country, while ail the time Is merely
putting up a job by which be can have
an opportunity to steal some of the
money In the public treasury. There Is
under the present regime scarcely an
office within the gift of the people that
it does not take nearly as much money
to get elected to as its salary affords.- It
Is a common remark among men who
are mentioned as good official timber that
they "cannot all vi to run for office. "
And this is the boasted land of free
dom, equal rights and all that And we
repeat that the only remedy lies la the
hands of the worklngmen of America,
You must take a deep an Interest in pollf
tics on the na' Ion will subside as did
Greece and Rome, burled under Its own
Tbe Two Roads.
Ob, ye blind fools of plutocracy1.
How long will ye continue In your mad
ness and Ignorance to court and invite
your own destruction? Can you not
see to where your individualism and
selfishness, your greed and arrogance
are leading? Society today is tren
bllng in the balance. We have come
to the meeting of two roads the one
leads to death, chaos, anarchy and de
struction the other to a future bright
with hope and promise of the subllmost
consummation of the progress of the
human race. At the parting of these
ways there stands a guide-post. On
the one band i the fearful Inscription
Dante beheld over the gate of hell, "All
hope abandon ye who enter here." On
the other are the words of admonition
which came from the lips of Israel's
second law-giver, "Choose ye this day
whom ye will serve." This latter Is tho
road of justice, equality and brotherly
co-operation, It is the road marked
out by the world's first and greatest
Democrat, who nineteen hundred years
ago took up the cause or tne down
trodden and oppressed an4 proclaimed
tho common brotherhood of man. It
is the road that leads away from the
darkness, bigotry, and selfishness of in
dividualism, to the pure, whlto sun
light of co-operrtion. It Is the road
we, who aro fully alive to the fearful
issue, are persuading, nay, pleading
with tearful eyes and bleeding hearts,
tho world's civilization of today to pur
sue. It is the only avenue of escape
from the doom of anarchy and chaos.
Call on Geo. Natterman & Co. for
carriages, wagons, bl odors, and nil
farm iinnlemeats. We'll use you right.
213 South Ninth St, Lincoln.
Anyone can obtain free silver litera
ture by addressing Tho Pan-American
Bi-Metall'c Association, Denver, Colo.,
and enclosing postage for same.
Priktkr Situation wanted in good
country town Steady, reliable, aud
first-clats all round man with ten years
experience. "H." Alliance Independent
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Whkn you writ to one of our adver
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Harbor & i'owler have a stock of gen
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ning and doing big cash busine; old
setilo.1 country. I'arty wishes to move
to Lincoln and will lake a part clear
property and balance cah. geo or
write, lUKUKtt A rowLRK,
Kooia 10, 10110 iitrwr.
lisft't Your Weild's Fair Opportunity,
lUUts cut In tw!
Oa and afuir Tuidy, Auguat 1st,
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One-way tU W-i. S;i 15
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Ware Earner Always the Victim.
In a late Issue of the Des Moines Ar
tisan Brother Phillips discusses the
question of the wage-workers of the
country aad shows the conditions now
confronting them. The article is time'
ly and is as follows:
Tbe conditions confronting the wage
workers of the nation are not present
ing favorable signs of immediate Im
provement. Such tokens as are dls
cernable provoke the fear that the
worst conditions have not yet made
themselves felt. This Is particularly
confirmed by the fact that somo of the
great transportation corporations are
seeking to reduce expenses by a reduo
tlon In the compensations of their
trainmen. The capitalistic unions uni
versally begin at the bottom and cut
up in the wage rystem, instead of at
the top and down, thus always failing
to reach the heads of departments,
when retrenchment is in order. The
men who take the hazard of limb and
life; who . do the bard work; who by
pluci and energy win dividends; who
by skill that comes by experience and
without whom not a car wheel could be
mako to turn, are tbe first to feci the
eppresslvenees of the hand of official
ism, and the lost ones to receive a ben
efit from an improvement of condi
tions. Those economic principles are
wrong In principle aad damnable in
execution that forever oppress the
wage-worker aBd increase the wealth
of the already rich. With stagnation
in trad j still prevalent manufacturers
are slow in starting fires under the
boilers of tbolr engines. Tho bulldln;
scan-on is almost gone by, and all other
enterprises ara held In check by tho
chilling lnflu3nces of uncertainty that
now predominate the business world.
Tho servants (?) of the people who
draw $3,000 per annum and mileage,
but who usuilly travel on free trans
portation, and who enjoy a $1,200 clerk
ship for tho benefit of an eligible son or
nephew, seem to be indifferent to the
conditions surroanding the wage-workers,
and indulge in "practical politics"
instead of rising above partisan action.
There is much complaint tt political
headquarters bocauso the laboring cle
ment of the country sometimes cm
templates entering the political arena
for tbe purpose of taking a hand in po
litical contests. Politicians well know
and fully comprehend that the labor
force ef tho United States Is irrcthti
blo If it should see fit, In a body, to
move on the political works of tbo na
tion. Ilencs no effort Is spared to keep
the great conservative element of tho
government disintegrated to it cannot
successfully combine in poll tic ii action.
Labor must arouse itself; it routt de
mand tho right to bo heard, or go down
under tbo adverse waves now sweep
ing over the republic.
Yon Sai.it-Farm land in Nebraska
and Kansas; also vacant and Improved
properly in Lincoln. They aro btr
itaina and on easy terms. Kti. C.
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Kr Traltte Dally lleiween ami
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Hard timet cut n llirute with the
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The latt additions to tbtur already
ipirndid aeirlo- t,u four dally rutrx
pro a triln botweon Lincoln aid HI
I,ouW, through reollalog thalr rr,l'ul
una VfiUbulwl !tx-)is and tteatcr
popular diulog car.
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particulars, call on or address,
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444 BEE BUILDHG, OMAHA, M'B.
In the District Court of Lancaster County,
Josephine E. Whlener,
John E. WlOener.
Ttiedflsendantln tbe above entitled caiuut.
John K Wldoner, lit hereby noutid that the
nlainlift. JimeuhlDO K. WldMuer. Hied In ihu
dlatrl-1 conrt of LancaHtr county, Nebraska,
on tne it.n iy or Augnat, 18I3, her pntuion
aKalnut the defunditnt askin (or a divorce
from the drieudant uixm the in-oiind of deser
tion and itbiinioDraenc.
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iietitiiin on or before the Sua ay of 0-toln-r.
i93, the matters and thlnu in aaid nutliioa
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Office 1133 O StOfpot Cor. S aad 8th St,
12th and Farnam 3ts.
Great Rock Island Roon
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TO THE EAST.
BEST DINIX3 CAR SERVICE 1H THE V3HL0
The Rock Island is f rcroott In adopt
ing any advantage calcu'atcd to Im
prove siHMtd and etve that luxury, safety
and comfort thtt popular patronage de
mands, It rqutpatent It thoroughly
complete with vtttibuled trains, tnag-
nincoQt dining cars, strcpfrt ana Cair
coacbot, all tho tnoet tu gaat, and of
recrntly liuprowd pa'tero.
Faltfuul avt capauin nianasr tnent
and pollw, bncett arvlco from era .
pioyot ara tmiiortant pen!. 7 bay aro
a dun duty -u the IVtmiaoy aad to
travelers and It U nmuiituee a taaa
dirtleuU tt tHoinpHantent 1'ataea-
gyrton thU tin will OatlUtle cauo far
complaint on that ground.
The grrat Kk UUad Kan to not !
iryalar tratoa ta Kag'twood tuhurhea
utlon, o'ltM to toe World' t'atr
grvuadt, and you eta sato time aad
irxttiu a by getueg ol at that polat rM
ayi-ld h crowd la tho eily
i'ui fall (tartlou'ars a to tlkt.mi,
raU, aaply tn any coupon tlekvt oftic
ta the UulM HuVa, Canada or M iIh
or addnati J.NU HIUASTIAX.
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