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April 19, 1894
THE WEALTH MAKERS. 5 Its destiny, yet none are wise enough to predict, with any certainly, ita far- reaching: influence and ita results. Of one thing ail may be certain, and that is, that thete men are not doi? this thing and suffering all these hardships either for fun or glory. We may speak lightly, but there are human beings like ourselves and are governed, like all other men, by some motive, either good or bad. Can it be their enly motive to stand upon the marble approaches, ant in the shadow of the oapitol exhibit to Congress and the President et these United States a few thousand samples of the wares that this country has been manufacturing for years past? We hope, at least, their motives are no worse than this. That the movement Is, indirectly if not directly, the result of legislation we can have no doubt, and if it shall tend, in the least, to oonvinoe others, and especially eastern capital ists, of this fact, the movement if thus intended will be a success, and the "common weal" of this country will be promoted, and, when Coxey himself Is dead, his soul like that of old John Brown will still go marching on. The Democrats are starting a new party in Washington, ojat least circu lating a paper for signatures to form a party, to light Cleveland and the gold- bug fallowing. If the anti-Wall Street Democratic congressmen have get man hood enough to do this it will very happily surprise us. But in these times there i.l no telling what may happen, No new party, however, will be formed with a People's party already great nl growing. All fragments and Individu als forcer! off will very soon fall in with us, where tbey belong. The farming class in Austria have recently hold a congress in Vienna and with other things demand freedom from landlordism, state assistance for debt-ridden workingmen, sta,te loans to the people who are under the power of the Shylocks, abolition of the high tariff, a minimum price for corn to be fixed by the state, and the state owner ship and management of factories. Turin City Mills Trust of New York holds a monopoly of the milling trade ef New York, Brooklyn and vicinity, and has a capital stock amounting to 7,250.000. Better Than Kver Before. Stock villk, Neb., April 12, 1894. Editor Wealth Makeus: I received your letter notifying me "my time was out. Please continue to send me the paper and if I can't get up a dub I will renew before the month is out. Down with fusion. We want none of it la ours. I think your paper better than ever before and still improving. Honest John H. Powers addressed our people at Stockvllle the 10th, sub ject, "Education." But on account of other doings and short notice was not so well attended as it might otherwise have been. I remain jours for the right, C O. Simmon. Geneva, Neb., April 11, 1894. Wealth Makers Pub. Co. Gentlemen: Your blllfor advertising is received. Enclosed find check for $23.52 In payment. Notwithstanding the hard times people will plant trees, and we are having a rushing buflness. Very respectfully yours, YODNGEKS & CO. No wonder they have a ''rushing busi ness." It couldn't well be other wise. They advertise their business in The Wealth Makers. That War Horse Republican. Reynolds, Neb., April 9, 1804. Editor Wealth Makers: I saw in the issue of March 29 of your paper a communication from Reynolds, Neb., by a "War Horse Republican." Now, Mr. Editor, allow me to give you a description of this famous "War Horse." He is a farmer living in this vicinity who has legal possession of about two sections of the best land, which he al lows a few of "The Wealth Makers of the World" to till, in consideration on their part, of giving him one-half of all they produoe. You can readily see why he is against the, ' rent or interest question as prictioed in the old bible days," and turns his baok against the ten command ments, or the "Old Mosaklel Law." This self-same "War Ilorse Republi can," soma few years ago tried to cheat Uncle Sara out of more of his land, by hiring men o homestead and tree claim laud In the 'rest for him; and by having his wife represent herself as a widowed lady to homestead and tree claim land, going to it occasionally: but some of L'nolrt Saw's ofllclals mistrusted there was something wrong and foiled tils plaus. A Wak Hohsk Populist. Th inteiot of the lrmle-'a are Men' leal with that of all forms of pro ductive and trade en'errlt). The Xibfttslj Tut R(ifriH, ubllatid In O.im ha, by J, J. (. Koidy, mitt tho juo tii'tn of the hour In a practical way. I's eolutmi eonltlo the Utott cows from aM part of tin 'world in tha line i.f couuiulo reform., thu Uu t quetln lo in on of the fu:tiiutuUt tuples treated tlrrt'ln. tt pirU o the Industrial and oiiutmw Ul civn' of the eouitavi nlty. ttUa ma'ly prinbJ imjH-r f ultfht '?, ;mwJ wtifkly, Sample ctik svttl free ti aoy dlrr It em circulate In II vo tau-s, but aim u lo velvtp the luU rmts of II, a cauci t UU i!y SN"biaka. Scud In Hi nam ami i4u,v of atml-Ui.r atul thus nuii known th ct.aaui of proH, a da AJW, Nikiirahka Tax IUhusm, l UTI lkM)t at , ( maU, Nb To Call th State Convention Liuoolw, Neb., April 14, 1894. The State Executive Committee of the People's party of Nebraska has been called to meet at the Windsor hotel, at Lincoln, on Friday, May 18, at 2 o'clock p. m. The object of the meeting Is to fix time, place and basis of representa tion for the coming state convention. Thr state central committee at its meeting in Bastings on January 3d, delegated the power of ohlling the con vention to ' the executive committee. Nevertheless we cordially invite to be present at this meeting all members of the state central committee and all other Populists who have any specla ideas to present concerning time, place of any other matter pertaining to that convention. .J N. Gaffin, J. A Eegirton, Chairman. Secretary. The Industrials In Omaha. Omaha, Neb. April 15, 1894. Editor Wealth Makers: Dear Sir and Brother: The Kelley Army passed through Omaha this morning and it was a sight that would arouse the sympathy of anyone. started out early in the morning and met them at Sheely station, where the good citizeas of Qmaha donated them 2,000 loaves of bread, 2,000 pounds of roast beet and a barrel of roasted coffee The mayor and chief of police did their duty well. The proprietor of the Boston store kindly donated 1,000 pies and the boys ate a good dinner after they camped across the river at Council Bluffs. Fully 20,000 people wei e out to greet the army as they passed throug h the city, and every one showed their sympathy with the unemployed by cheering and waving handkerchiefs. The sight cannot be described, and is certainly having the effect of calling the attention of the publio to the great legislative wrongs. I rode with them from Sheely station to Council Bluffs and talked for some time with General Kelley who shook my hand repeatedly when be learned that I was chairman of our party state committee. General Killy told me thatevery man who joins the army is required to take a pledge to abstain from the use of liquor while with the army, and not to violate the laws of any of the States through which they might pass. He said that he considered that the best thing now to be done was fer all the unemployed of the ceuntry to con gregate at Washington, which would be a living petition to Cleveland and Con gress to legislate in the interest of the people. The soldiers are a very re spectable looking- crowd and as orderly as any Sunday School picnic. There are no tramps among them and as a rule, they are as good as any people under the same circumstances, whloh are un fortunate. They are all well posted in political economy and several among the crowd- delivered good Populist tpeeches. I can see plainly that public senti ment is with these unfortunates and that no state or national soldiers will dare to undertake to shoot them down. This was plainly demonstrated at Coun cil Bluffs, where the governor of Iowa had stationed ten companies of state militia. Fully 15,000 people composed of men, women and children were eager, if necessary, to place their bodies be tween the militia and the commonweal army, and the militia was hooted and guyed until they felt ashamed of them selves. Governor Jackson was denounced on every corner for having called out the state troops when there was no necessity for It. When they crossed the Missouri River bridge all the topi of the cars were covered with the soldiers and about one hundred dags were flvin? from their hands. Tbey numbered be tween twelve and thirteen hundred, and a new company was organized here this afternoon. Respectfully. D. Clem Deaver. Pasture Notice. I have one half section twelve miles north of Lincoln and three miles west of Davey, will take cattle at $3.00 and horses at $4 00 for tho season. L. T. Palmer. BOOKS FOR TBK MASSED. Get these bo)ki and our papar as fast as you caa lnt ths bands af th people, friends. Buy. read an4 etrcolate, Address all orders to the Alliance Pcblubino ConriNT. Liaeola, Neb. A Co-operative Cemmoawealta, BY LAWRtHCl OaOttLUJfD. Atxwik for ail who bllT th eomptlllv conimeivtkl (iruagi ulioiil b upro4 ky a Juit M uuomlo iini el produotloa lad di iriinitli.ti, A book alMi for tho who better rimiputitioa auMiy. ftMiiuatd, vit Mi?r u i. uu. The Railroad Qumuoq. ny wm. LARRillB. Th mailer r-r.oi la a V4 p( itt thl b-xik. drawn froia all th AmarUaa ad Kar i u Itmratur at va th ralir4 trt Un, l mut ttlua.bi. K thM Wea n jri'ii wttl tm thoruafk r lalxa-waxl ea uauftk fr" eatSowtal .uuituef th ajr ciih it. a. Th 8vi Ftaanclat Coalracl. by urn. . i.v,tMknr TaUHMi -". wkwa lu SM lrt t rtroa'a UHia4 lurtuufe la u t aritier AUUn. hn hw th Wiaaatr i. r W kw ikiai.i It fi plmttlcf, A bh to trt,l,.i er N. I.U.I. i'ost sata, a) I tm U , 1 Ivt Ualt, Bis CtnturUe l Wil and Wm. J TMOROLD HKir R.H, f. Al-rl.lrt-l Hh krt 4 luit.iairr 1klM 'l l Ik UOUalht BHlf f l tl 11 1 .illraj Bi'lrrinenilHllulM tklu!)' Im',.1, "" trlt a Ik krMtrll, of R J. a t i" i f th aui Vluit ( Wlkwaii. i'lr, aUlaV. THE WEALTH MAKERS ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. BY MBS. J. T. KXLLIE, SEC'T. D. W. Darlington Is newly commis sioned organizer for Madison county. WEBSTER COUNTY WORK. We hare just organized and have 29 members, and prospects are for that many more, at least. We would like to have blanks, etc. M. B. D. 8HIKIDAH COUNTY REPORT. Please send me some blank appli cation, also membership cards and ac count books. We Initiated fifteen mem bers at our last meeting and baye about eight for the next meeting. W.D. M. WEBSTER COUNT. Please send me a rjuple dozen blank applications. We took in seven mem bers last week and expect more this week. Our Alliance Is one of the few that never went to sleep. We reorgan ized the county last Saturday. J.RL. HALL COUNTY. In reference to Hon. John H. Powers coming to Wood River to speak April 23, 1 read the letter at our meeting and all the members were highly delighted at his coming. Our Alliance is In good working order and I will re port the standing soon. We are rein stating old member! very fast. M. J. R. LANCASTER COOMTY. We have established a purchasing agency and our meetings are so over run witn nusines mat we have not as yet had time to answer the questions from the Manual. Our agency is get' ting along fairly well, but to accomplish satisfactory results progress is neces sarily slow. M. B. D. The ex secretary, Miss Buckman, writes this week from Topeka, Kan., that she still takes great Interest in the reform work in this state, and has noted the increased interest and acti vity with pleasure. She is employed by the Aid Degree and reports that they are doing an immense amount of busi ness this year. Bro. A. d'Allemand acknowledged re ceipt of the ordt r sent him in a very kind letter, and expressed conildence "that the true spirit of brotherhood and sisterhood would soon prevail, and all would go well." Sec'y. State Alliance: Some time ago I called on a couple of the Alliance memoers ana wanted to become a mem ber of said Farmer' Alliance. They told ma that I could not be a member because I live in an incorporated vil lage with about two hundred inhabi tants. In the laws, however, it says that a country physician can be a mem ber, and I do not know what a country physician is if I am not one of them. Almost all my practice Is in tho country. Please state your opinion and the eeii- eral meaning of the term "country physician." , M. D. ANSWER. Such questions should be decided by the State President. The National Constitution of the F. A. & J. U. reads: Sec. L, Article VIII, Sec. 1., "No per son shall be admitted as a member of this order unless over sixteen years of e, a. believer in the existence of a Supreme Being, and has resided in the state more than six months, unless re ceived by demit, and is either, first, a farm laborer, second, a country me chanic, a country preacher, a country school teacher, or a country doctor. Provided, the word "country" shall not apply to mechanics in towns of less than 5,000 inhabitants. Provided further, that any State Alliance may place the limit to towns of less than 5,000. Third, an editor of a paper which supports all national demands and the demands of the State Allianco under whose juris diction he may live. Provided, that no sub Allianco shall Initiate an editor until the county president and the sec retary shall endorse and the state presi dent approve the application, etc." I do not know that any action has ever been taken by our State Alliance which defined any different meaning to the word "country,'' or placed any limit different from the National. FOIl BALK. The State Alliance has for sale Madges, at 25 cents each, 12.40 dosen. jcr Manuals, at 10 cents each, 76 cents per dozn, Uocelpt books for Sub-Alliance and County Alliance, 25 ot nU. Urdt-r books for Hub-Alliitncts and County Alliances 25 cents. nallotlug Marbles 50 white and 10 black, -IWccaln. Address Mhh. J. T. Kkllik, Hartwell, Neb. Rare : Hardy : Grapes AT VtKY LOW PRICKS. ALL FOR S2.75:es5 t M"r 1 r)v Hlarii, I ,V IAKI A blltl a lin'jr" fH'kiiniitin ftfclir kt klia., , ry t'nillllr k MHk.ii ii l"rk llv.t y lm.lir i' l. i I lira ,. I,:.. lia)i-V In vt (.M u:,,-,. , IlI'lMH III tt 11 Cufriil. 1 Jl ll lit l'"l I Tk ' . Ni- I i r -a.., p t jr 1114II hi mih-M, t f ( t"rli w'. uf atrial f.' . hiu M. D TIKKANY. II Houil jtnai,, Lir rair., Nt Will III! I.l. ,1 IM i l',v , . ri if jfuvi. Three Cent Column. Tor Sal," "Wanted,'"'ForExcbange."anl small advertisements for short time, will b charged threw cent per word lor each Inser tion. Initial or a number counted a on word. Caah with th onler If yon want anything, or have anything that anybody else "want," mak It known through this column. It will nay, TINOLKY Si UUKKKtT, attorney-at-law. 1UM O BU, Lincoln. Nab. WANTED-Twetity thousand nw tibcrt ber to Tan Whajth Makbhr. PURE Gorman Millet seed. Guaranteed. 8Dd tamt for campl. D. U. Brown. Oenoa, Neb 4SU WANTED Kir and cyclone airanl. Good pay. J. Y. M. Dwlgart, Sc'jr, Lincoln, Neb. 37tf MONEY Loaned on Improved Farm at S to T per cent. H. C. YOL'NU. Broker. 1201 O St., Liaooln, Neb. 41tf I WANT to HtabllNh a Populmt pajwr In onieitood Nebraska town of 1 ,000 (Hernia tion or mure. Have good outfit. Addrena. L. A, Conner, Clark, tt. U. IiNJOSJ From a choice pen single comb Brown li LeKbonm, tl.MJ pur letting 1H dozen egg frmrl If. nitllntja fn. nmnth ni fct,.tiiiifti-v Tt 71 YOUNG, li'01 U St. Lincoln, Neb. Wtf T INI LEY & BURKETT, atrornoyi-at-law, tm O fit., Lincoln, Neb. Abstracts x amlned. REMEMBER that Ths Wbaltb kUaiRR 1 the beat advartljilng medium In th went. When writing to aay of our adver tler don't forget to ted them where you aw their "ad" rR BALK OR EXCHANGE Good farms from to IIS pr acre. A. B. HARTLEY, Wtit Unlun, Nab. HAVE YOU anything to sell or trader Then adver tine the fact through thl column and be urprled at th rHult. TF YOU WANT to buv, sell, trad or borrw jl 4tnytning,remmDr, you mm it Dauiy u you do net mak It known tbreuch ttam col umn. Only I cunt per word each Insertion Cash with the order. piEftCfiWFai BLffKt Capital 1 1 00,000. Comer 13th and O St.. Lincoln, Neb. The Only State Bank In the City we aouoiT VAHMsas onaiHs. O. X. Shaw, Pret. 0. M Ckawfohd, Cah Ws. FullietoMi V. P, W. E. Tayloh, a. Caxb ) 7C r,.mir N.lur.l Kltil.h Mr Carrlan ( I I W suliilla with II iImI uln, iltrlnfi. ftnif on lUtm twnl hwullt. Hub f b.il n.i an 1U da,.' trial. rKKJUIIT 1'Alii, aa munmj ranulrad II a4?aaaa. It.m la uaa. Waarallia ahlartaaa ban aawai aanaara af our kind, rallabla and raaaimalbla, Hataraaaa furalibadMaar liiaa. Maaaaaaiall wrtlilaa but lahat aa If uaraataa Ui aarirr.antaa. ui4 at Ilia Itiatat ranfart fuleaa. tt III I It 111 I) A I fur oar la.,, r Kt lllajKaod OXFORD MFC. CO., 340 wabaih A,., Chicago, III FINE SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORNS. 15 egg (1.25, 30 eggs 12.00, 50 eggs $3.r0, 100 egg 15 60, l prepay express on order or ou eggs and upwards to any point west of Ctil eago and east of Denver. 12 chicks 15 days old 15 00. Safe arrival guaranteed. Addrebs W. J. HICKOX, Alma. Neb apd FLOWEp We have a very choice line of sued oats and potatoes. Bend for dnHcrtptlve cata loKue. UKl4W(L,Uc!KtuU CO., Lincoln, Neb. C w MONEY IN P0TAT0E8 AND BEANS. iji von away Fro. A pamphlet on potaton and tiean culture tellliiK how to prepare th boll, when to plant, haw to plant, how to cultl- vuj, imrvHiiL ftic.ttii trivnn in tmiaii Aim, oencripuon cauioKue auU price lint of four cnoioe varltl r potatoes. Five of tke beat kluilM of ea corn, Three of choicest klndn of d corn Three of cholot-nt klaln of Held tmuuH. Every farmrhottld have thin pain pb let. I'lL-awe wud atuuip to pav poNtaK. 8. A. f IIOM4K, Bingham rage Co., Iowa IMMENSE STOCK Of Locust and Ash Trees, Fruit Trees, Crape Vines and Small Frait Plants PANI0 PRI0E8 TOR PANI0 TIME3 Send for free prloo Hat to JANSEN NURSERY, Jann, Jefferson C" , Nob Or Oko. II. GALHltAlTIl TESTED SEED COnN. Ln'al'I wiAvr Yellow Iw-iu mid rimnit WhIU", llj, In 1 11luvmi1.il Ml"! I ill tV,rllllrt klld rrl(uk.a ai-iV m ' L ni"iinii.u ami :i i'Lv ' 1,1 '"" Hl W'.iti.r. fair -. .1 M i,fJ .,nui; f Hr t.iiai.tl To lait-atwt tmlxra, fn-. Ur;' niM.'in lw. Vtili f.r i-irvtiir l laa.lt aaa I'lI ,11.1 I lltll ..i brtil, NIlM Hit , . IMl"N !( jAlfalfaSeed Can., MUlot KafRf Itloe and f J. rui t'cm Corn Yrliu .U b'tMl! , Mir. n'l trnn In l""i'l. Ko" l'iU'a, Aiiti., McbKTU KINNISON. ti'Jn Cttv. Ki ! I t Nvrthi0lrc tint ! Uw raui. l"at tialns, I U H. Onir 1131 ,5 SiajA , .aao CLOTH imSTRATED SPR13G CATALOGUE CM Vr III and Boy Hiilbiranaing from I1.4& to US aeot free to your a - auurvw. nun S THE HUB. TINGLEY & Attorneys-at-Law, 1026 O St., Lincoln, Neb- COLLECTIONS MADE AND MONEY REMITTED ' COLLECTED. Op Fir SEND FOB CATALOGUE. 1 1 "I i Agentt Wanted for the A, HOGPE, BIOYOLES BARGAINS ; . . . -55i5!Ii E. R. GUTHRIE. 1540 O ST.. - - LINCOLN, NEB. A Special To Our Readers '""""anijoraont, just made, enables us tr present a most ac SStSSttA U thl": To anjr uriber wL'will send hj 3 rSLZW Be,nVUE Wealth Makkiis one year and copy of "Tho White Hlbbon Cook Book, by roall, postpaid. The publishers' price of the book Is II 00 This is the Book! IT 18 WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD iW Economy Wealth What Is the -White 11! M 1 AC1ea3tl(JJl?0neFh0U8ttnJOr,?1?aUnd Kvlsod Recipes snd Suffgestlons. Ldlted by Kathryn Armstrontr. A handsome, oomnact minmn nx 1- eluding 40 blank paKes for additional recipes. y' " It Is a first-class book of Cookery and Housekeeping prepared by a practi cal housekeeper. It Is entirelv knew; copyrighted 1894. While It Is not claimed urn jk is in an respects superior 10 an omcr books, we do claim that any house keeper, even if she have a dozen other cook books, will find this ene worth to her more than the full retail price, and that the author has fully carried ou. her purpose, "To prove that wine, brandy and spirituous liquors of any kind may be dispensed with, and that no culinary requirement necessitates the Intro duction of thee poisons into any household ." THE WHITE RIBBON COOK BOOK lsdurahlw honn.1 In th k.. ........... B 1 I 4 k or Ciota (not lu paoer oovers). It is laid book paper. It is cheap only In nook, the cover design, intrralned and feature. - - - , . " v """i"" Orders will be fillsd In turn as received, and as oulckly as the Croat amount of clerical work Involved makes possible. Subscribers should wait two weeks be' fore making complaint of non-receipt of the book. Address Wea.th Makers Piib. Co., WsMGOL.!. fflCD. Cattle Robe Tanning Company, 1012 B Strssl, LINCOLN, NE1. How to riirAiii liiiiaa ion Kohkk. A mxjii a hldii In ri-iuovrHi liniii animal, trim R linul knU ft. xirfii out i floor. covr wti Willi null, (mwlliiiii rilHil IuUm will rwUlr o klitl ou hint L'allonn ol aalt. nvnn v uprt-aili, lv lu ihU cumiiiloii for u-n Ui lif K'll ilityn, llinu roll lili, tlimb kid out, tl wn in.l ntttia. ClmiKxa fur tannine will t frmu :i.II Ui . HI nu Inmlllllll iiUikI li 1f. lu lll'rcilliHri mill olhnr imrtlnk havlnu (inlrn tiUi-k blil", iwiniunj tlirt or iiixrai bull', w wtll mium mi riiix fu- ik rmaln UK two liltlca. t rxllibt l.) t. iili liy nliihixT linn talld milUtftl lrIOnr Mllllrwl mi fcitiu t l III. Pdlliatnn will uu l'ilrtliill H. C. MARTIN, masgf. Wn hv (vaniln.-.l lh. rm4 n 1 Hurt lifin l.i tn imi ri Hi rT Imril. nur. u Hil,.it kUlialllllla li.l III.' lililT4lil r'lw btr a Ihjn a-iiiltitC ) f.ll - I'lilillahm Tested Sood Corn. .14. ,-iru I.H., 1 In pre taii.t mi iI M'.k t i I'ai.l I lf u l,(l, hlb TIl'K) u, ,N a Uu.l.ula , ir iv I ArHi-troun' Ultra, Iff" A iinlrfiii m rlrl.lrt Urn", hiaii lv. a,tt, i'ii tmi ,f Tliaa kin- ul i-..rti 'Ua' alt-. a, A U,r, I r. . i-.ifti a-rvalnn, inr'.f, t bl Uu taola K" U l Ml iik ill W .nj liv fur i-aiiii' A in'" tMi.l.ail 1 ir, i,u . -ni-. ;:u. ! "nr t l I Mill tl J M AMMSTR0NO. U.itwW, Nib postal i one. 104 & 10 N. loth St., Lincoln, Nebraska. 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