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TIIE WEALTH MAKERS. 5 members are taking eldes with capital and against labor, In the present strug gle. No man can be assured of the pros perity of his sons and the virtue of bis daughter b, after his guiding . hand has been removed by death, except by a system of government that will insure the prosperity and virtue of every mans children. This is so evident that it is strange that even the most selfish and bard hearted do not advocate a radical change in our Industrial system. - When you get so you despise the man who raises your food and the man who cooks It, and refuse to associate with the man who shaves you and the man who builds your home and the man who digs coal to warm your home then you are a "gentleman." Edwin Lb Fevre. rA Letter From Mayor Weir; W 1 ft . tt I Editor Wealth Makers: From copies of your paper furnished me (for which I have since subscribed, and from statements of friends, I find that considerable! reference has been made to myself as a prospective candl date for governor. I do not desire to discuss that subject in any manner, but will ask your Indulgence and space to defend my character and standing as an Independent against the uncalled for attacks made upon me in connection with the nomination. To quote from (statement made on the rcqeest of another paper, "friends throughout the state are using my name freely In this connection, but they are doing so on their own judgment as to who will be the most available candidate for the party to support, and without the slightest solicitation from me." This Is the exact fact of the case, and now because of this condition it is forthwith assumed that I am , rustling for the nomination, and a few bitter politics partisans are searching every nook and corner of the political field for the basis or fl-rounds of an attack upon me; and it is to the misrepresentations and in 3 m .1 il iU4 T l,.l. nueaaoes oi lueso purvies mjbii nuu iv some extent to reply. I am gratified at the paucity of ma tenai that thev are able to una ior inese attacks. The fact that they are using material that is absolutely unimportant and of no significance shows the weak i m . m i . Vsjuubb vi vutir i;aae. xn-o, ivr luenauvc, toe appointments oi tnevmana imga ting Convention, which Is being com i - mented upon. There was not; the slightest interest manifested in the matter by any Independent in this city, and it would not be referred to now, only as it affords a pitiful excuse for an nt.t.npV unnn inA. T woulrl not hare thought of it myself had not a party,' Mr. J. G V, Hildebrand, who attended the Denver Convention, called upon me and urged that appointments be made, I told him I knew of no one who would go, and he went out and made np a list which I signed, without knowing or caring who they were. The appoint menta had no political significance. Hildebrand was the only man in the ' city, except Cel. Alex. Hogeland, who manifested any interest in the matter, so far as I know. The Independents who are so much interested in the mat tar of irrigation now. did not seem to think of it when the appointments were open, and I do not believe one of them would have gone if they had been ap pointed. They certainly could have been appointed if. they had manifested the slightest desire for it. Again, they say I have not recognized the Indepen dents in my appointments in city posi tions. To understand the situation you must consider the fact that I stand - practically alone politically in the city government. The council contains two Democrats and twelve Republicans. On all political questions they are practi cally a unit against me. Yet in face of this fact, the following offices are filled by Independents: Health officer, Capt. of Police, five or six members of the police force. City PhysiolaB, Street Commissioner. The chairman of Board of Public Works, while nominally a Democrat, is to all intents and purpo ses in Independent, and he certainly is so far as his work with and for me is concerned. The same Is true of the Chief of tho Fire Department. Hence there are twelve or more Independents occupying Important appointive posi tions, and quite a large number among ibe employes of the city, not one of whom would be In the city's service to day but for my influence, liut the trouble Is I have not been able to secure an on.ee for every on that wanted a place, and hence the opposition and crltlcUm. I would cay further on this point that thcra Is not an active political ipponent la any appointive oflloe In this city. 1 have endeavored flmttil at to secure appointment for atralght party friend. When that could not b do no 1 have la very lnatanoe secured tho appointment i'f Ihoaa mho wore friendly to both my self and tha party and who la mt cae have quietly supported tho party, an. I bn' If not active friends they are uM enttntai. I hazard the aaarrtlun li.t no iiiao eoald hao ilece mora In the direction, under Urn aaunj con di'.li n than I baio. I corlaUtly think M other Independent oitloer In this city, cojri'y or stale could have don U .U f U lhM matvra than f hava, LtH'k up th record and sua if 1 am not correct. 1 can gWe satisfactory rvao for the remit In every caae, and re I -tat the Uta..eot-utniao ou',,1 have a done mora or beUer than I have. As to nj record ai aa IndcpuvdiHU, I challenge investigation. When first elected mayor of this city, I was an Independent Republican. I had taken little interest in politics, and like many members of the old parties to day, had simply voted the party ticket without special knowledge of the conditions of Interest involved. When forced by official position to investigate and un derstand political conditions, I was not long In finding myself in entire sympathy with Independent sentiments and principles, and my second canvass was made squarely on party issues so far as they could enter into a municipal campaign. ' ' " If there is today an essential principle of the Independent party that 1 do not and have not endorsed, I would be glad to have some one point it out. I have over and over again endorsed fully and unreservedly the Omaha platform. Am In thorongh accord with the party on the fundamental principles of land, transportation and finance. Especially endorse the silver position, and the money question generally. I do not make these statements in the interest of any political canvass, but simply to claim justice as an Indepen dent. 1 'art leg are going back three or four yean, quoting statements I then made, as an evidence of my present poll tical faith . I am free to ad mlt tha t some years ago I was not an Indepen dent,;and I think I can find many of the present faithful adherents of the party, who a few years ago were members of the old political parties and advocated their principles and interests. In this connection I find my address of welcome to President Harrison quoted as evidence that I am not today an Independent. Such an address Is largely made up of buncombe and compliments, and I don't remember nor care today what I said then The man who could not learn the lessons of the times since then and Imbibe political wisdom from current events is Indeed a dull scholar. That any statement made then has any poli tical significance today is too ridiculous to even discuss. I am in hearty sympa thy with Populist sentiments today, and that is sufficient. In the coming canvass my position is fully expressed in the earnest and sin cere wish to see the party successful. I feel much gratified by the generous endorsement of my friends, aud do not feel called upon to rebuke them for their consideration. I should have serious doubts of the mental condition of the live Populist who does not believe that be would make a good governor, No friend of mine will ever accuse me of mental weakness in this direction. But the party's interest must be con sidered first, and whatever is for that interest will have my support. Since the above was written I have received a copy of the paper with "Some Observations" by Mr. Le Fevre. The attacks made upon me by Mr. Le Fevre are unjust and uncalled for, and were he to Investigate the matter he it certainly honorable enough to acknow edge his mistake. Such attacks made through the papers only tend to disin tegrate the party.. Each one attacked has his friends and those friends will always be more or less alienated from the party by such unjust criticisms, Very truly, A. H. Wetb. Ti editor mean by the term fiat.9 But!f YOU h&V6 R liOQ yivuauij us una uuk uo.y lucu uiiii- self: he is writing as well as preaching what a rich congregation desires. More over he no doubt draws a good salary from some metropolitan church, and his salary goes farther when money Is scarce than when it is abundant. He says "the purpose of these men (or of their leaders, for probably most of the rank and file have but a hazy idea of any purpose) is not merely to obtain work along the way," etc. When and by whom were they offered work? Who would offer them work when thero are so many Idle men who are really willing to work In every community? What, If, even If It were true, which It Is not, mat many oi the men had but a "hazy idea" of the object of their lead era.' They are very certain that tbey are very hard up; there is bo ha.lnct s about the fact of their poverty Will this religious editor please ex. plain the cause pf the present depres sion? No doubt be will say it Is tinker ing with the tariff, as that is the store otyped excuse of the gang that assured If you have cow, If you have a horse, If you have a farm, or anything elne that you want to aell. and aon t know jut where you can and a bu) er ...ADVERTISE... Tho WPfllth llitfR j.mv iiviuui iiiuuviOil and vou will be mott aarxnably aurnrlaed at ton result, write ior aaveuuuog rates to ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. WEALTH MAKERS PUB. CO.. Lb cola, Neb ....THE.... Interior Decorative Company ARE A PART OF THE PEOPLE. They Don't Want tho Earth; Three Cent Column. "For Bala." ,Wanted,"MForExchang-e.''and mall advarUaeutents for abort time, will be charged three cents per word for each Inser tion. Initials or a number counted as one word. Cub with the order If Vntl V.MT fLMVt.Mllf. ihav.anHllilMif that us less than a year ago, that the tide of anybody elite "wanw," maUe it known through prosperity would Bet in upon the repeal tola column, it win pay, of the Snerman silver They don't expect to get rich out of every cus tomer that comes in. They want to deal with you so that YOU WILL COME BACK and send your friends. In Carpots, Wall Paper, Curtains and Drnporics.- t In Painting, Frescoing and JDeco-rating WE ARE BEYOND COMPETITION. IN PROOF OF THIS LET FACTS BE SUBMITTED. Best all wool extra supers , . . 59c Ingrain , , . . . . ...31c Wallpaper , 5c Our line Is too extensive to think of enumerating. But we will gladly show you through and explain everything. An honest Investigation into our methods means a customer every time. Don't forget the place. 230-238 So. 11th St., LINCOLN. NEB. purchase act. But in the ordinary afl lars of life we are slow to accept the second promise from the same Individual who has just broken the first. iKf your nelKhbor to subitcribe for Thk .M WBALTII MAKKHN. IjIOK 8AM-Hto acre nntr Lincoln, t.'.NW.uu I- Party mum Mil. (iinimn ini.iMn.ni ci . i i --M .iu;uiu, mu. . . ..... , , I WANT TO Tium: a good ran J for a Koi AS to the ttHsertlon that the I nil uk trial A bnntry honm. Hint n. h Tit. i AAiru ; armies are cotnnoaed of tramo. and vno-- mu' Uttra WMlln ttk' . neolu, Neh. ahonds, it is a well known fact Carl fJIOKBALK-Good farm V throiiKiioiiiNi'U. If y a Mncoln. and II jfAnt tn Iru'im urown maae nis boasts that the arm v wr,wu,",l"n ,nv"Mn,'ni "incoiii, reo contained no bummers, boodlers or bankers. Of course this assertion docs not amount to proof, but it comes from reliable sources everywhere where one of these Commonweal armies nassed through, that no one could enlist with them who could not produce good ere dentisls showing that he had been em ployed in honest pursuits up to or dur ing the last year. Again, does the Advance editor sup VANTKDTwflnty thounand new subecrl f i oera to Tiia wiai.ih makkkb. lilOJtSAUSOit KXCIIANCE-A neu home a. It) JLlncoIll. Can take aad In ext:liainrn. uiiiuuu tnreHiment vo,, Liucoiii,u. on rniNGI.EY ft HUKKHrr, auorneya-at-law, CitOR SALK-HJacrca near Lincoln. Very low F if taken at one. Ulllllau JnveMluieut Co. jjincoin, nbd. , WANTED Fire and cyclone atreuU. Good !ar. J. Y. M. Hwluart. Hva'v. Unrnln meo. .1711 AfNE :rl I 11 vl (' ( i ill . - . . BICYCLES, FOR-h Bargains.... . . . . WRITE E. R. GUTHRIE; 1540 O ST., LINCOLN, NEB; pose for one moment that such Wr!!StS?X pane as exists coum be maintained A Pbaraalcal Editor Arraigned. Elgin, Neb,, May 31, 1891. Editor Wealth Makers: In the advance of May 3, a so-called religious paper published at Chicago, appear two articles occupying consider able space on the editorial page, both condemning the Coxey or Common ireal movement. The writer designates the commoawealers as tramps, vagrants and bummers. What a spectacle! Tlie organ of a great chnrch organization upposed to follow the teachings of the owly Naxarene, whose underlying prin ciple throughout all his teaching was ove, rising up in its dignity, and desig ned as tramps, vagabonds and bum mers, these men who are guilty of no greater sin than that of being poor ana out of work at present! The motto of the Advance appearing at the head of its columns Is indeed very appropriate. "Forgetting all those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those thlnirs which are before." Truly the editor of the Advance has forgotten those things which transpired and those teachings which were handed down to humanity by the all-wise Creator himself in Callleo, almut 1,(00 years a-o; he has outgrown all thoae sayings about charity and about the rich man; be hat forgotten that 4 It 1 easier for a camel to pans through the eye of a needle tbaa for a rich man to tutor tho kingdom." His "rvacben forth to things that are VMora," I misleading. It would etpre his principle b ttr if It read, "touching for everything tu sight," llowcayit It for a well-frd, look, kid glovod proa'; her to deelgnal '"tho petition liMilf, a propKMul, pr. ltoriu, fantatlu. absurd." "To ak cngrvM to hints and Ut out '.' OtiU OlKtof giiM ubai'k, flat muni-, U lm ui d la nakUitf and itn4Utf if ti.iinlry roud, anj o on, cornea near Mutf a freak uf in.antly," i tho lanrfunKu uaej. II tlifl writer U no Uttr infurm ed on tlio waya of ittUa!lon thao ho I on piinc'nleauf flnaiiw, or country rd, h Ut ircljaily mod vvtrrnlty win ra thecilmaN l!l liaur him iuununtty from rhxumalhm. What d H' Vl.U rtltk'l J 11'ila.oilLil among a band of tramps? Was there ever a greater exhibition of discipline than Coxey's men showed during the disgraceful proceedings of his arrest in Washington? Why should not these unemployed come to Washington and pray congress for relief? The editor of the Advance admits that something is wrong some wtere. Congress Is intended to rcgu late the allairs of the country and to provide for its necestdtlcs. Why should these people not be permitted to state their demands to Congress? They are not criminals; they are accused of no crime, greater than that of being poor, It is surely not the business of congrets to enquire how they got to Washing, ton, for it should make no di Terence, according to modern Idaae, whether they walked or rode, of if they rode whether they had tickets or passes, like the delegation from Wall Street who visited the President to impress upon his mind the necessity of vetoing the Bland silver bill; for none of those who have arrived at Washington so far are accused of train stealing or any other kind of stealing, not even a hen is reported ai missing along the line of march. It is true one or two bands are now being held to answer a charge of train stealing from companies, who are after all greater thieves themselves, as they have stolen whole systems of rail roads from the people. If it Is a mere band of tramps, where do they all come from? Tt is only since the John Bull policy of contracting the circulation of money below tho acquired omount that tramps have become numerous. Itdates only from a time after the vMt from Ernest Seyd to this country. It is cer tainly better to join a commonweal army and assist In calling attention of the people to the condition of the country than to becomo a pauper on the community at home; and so long as Washington Is responsible for this con dition of affairs and has made all tho "tramps." it is but just that they should gravitate there. Kev. Myron Reed says tho chickens are merely going home to roost. What a contrast U twoen tho truly Christian utterances of this great divine and the hypocritical Pharisee of the Advance! All honor to Thk Wealth Makkks and to Senator Allen for the brave course adopted la regard to tha Coxey movement. lleitM an Kiutcst:, want eacta partly Jmpaovml. Have colour of tin famlllea. (Jllillan Investment Co.. Lincoln. Neb. imi T1N'LEY ft am o t)t amlned. BURKKTT, atrorneys at-law, Liincoin, neu. Amrci ei- 11 AVK YOU anything to sell or trader am. aoveruae tne rati mrouim mm and be surprised at tbe mult. Then column lilOJt SALE Houae and lota In Lincoln imd I? In all the colUwe obnrh, acr tract near the Htrc-t car line, pieaxant bomca in an paru oft t.e city. AddrraM or call upon Uillllan In hi uii'iitCi) .corner lilt) and pHiruots, ground door, Llucoln, ftel). REMEMHICK that I'm Wkawh MAKSH8 la the bent advertlxluit ruedluui in thu weHt. When writing to auy of our advur tlneia don't forget to tell ttiein where you saw tneir-'au" utiles HUtUt Of liWJii nat.r. UDOine vi acre mrm o-j r from Lincoln. Nrb.. under hlub at cultivation, well improved, 3 mile from elec tric car Hue. price SftO M. SHO a:res all under cultivation, beat farm In Loncamtor county, IS miles fiom Lincoln, t wile from gotxl railroad town. Price no w MM otb r f.trma for Hale, and no mo rare car- L'ulrin. write for full DiirlluiilarN. u.o. yuuno, uroker, isot uau, unootn, Men inixiteHWra' dahk. i Capital 1100,000. Cotaer 13th and 0 au.. Lincoln, Neb. Tha Only State Bank In the City. Wl B0UCI1 FARMSaS kDIIKKSS. 0. K. Shaw, Preat. C M. Caawroau, Caah YiU. rUU.BKTOM, V. Y, W. J. 1 AVIXJH, A. Uftxn ARMAGEDDON. IBa - , . . Prospectus of the New Song Book for the People, ' The editor of Tux Wkaltu Makers has devoted his spare time during tbe lat two years to tbe preparation of a book of songs such as is needed to edu cate, unite, arouse and inspire the wealth makers of the world In their im pending conflict with the wealth takers. The battle boforo ub is the battle of the ages The Armageddon of prophecy, the last great conflict between greed ami goodness. It is the organized brotherhood of right, against the legalized despotism of might. Truth has been spreading, love has bee a growing, fraternal organization has been extending; and the increasing op pressloo of monopoly power Is In these dosing yean of the 19th oentury pre cipltating the final struggle. That it may be a peaceful political conflict w agitate and pray; but whether peaceful or otherwise It cannot be averted, II cannot be longer delayed. The new song book is to be called "Armageddoh.'' The book will con tain about 70 songs for the times, over half of them new, and half of the real are nearly new aad famous, and the remainder are most carefully selected. Fifteen of the numbers are a aeries of songs sent out by the writer two yean ago in sheet music form, under the general title of "Songs of the People." The titles of the songs which Armageddon will contain are in part as fol lows. SAVE YOUil EYES, SIGHT IS PRICELESS I A : GoIb : QpMly ! Weaver at Ituahvllle .lulv Fourth. Kcsiiui.t.K, .Nob., May If, hit, KJltor WkaLYH Makmh; The lVojilc's farty of north went Ne braska will huld a Fourth of July co! I ration at itimlitlllo, ,?b, and hare loourtsd (ion. Jamoa II. Weaver of lowai to deliver Dm oration. Wo extend a! cordial invl'ittlon to all Ut come and i cclobraUi with u. Your truly, II. J. bTAXt ill ltl.,. j How's Tliis! V 3rr Hi lui.ll4 w.:,ir :m.I t. r ait)1 r i l t jioMtt tt.t . iii, t tii ..""I tn' tlVI irrlt to . 4 t'ltaNKY t, lr.it T:.l W th iitiit, iti, mxI,Iia I, n . ! f J ' y tr Ik Ut 1 .'i. BU-t I-.' I. "II .'! l. li.KM't ! la au i"i tiinv- if4in.. ' im i ii. alt. I.jllf . Ml l.. 4 l JT Mhil,, 4 ,1 if. ...... i. ht tttir mm, KU I I'm. t tio'p tut ,-,s-u I ' O. W aOl'ii , I. hum ii A airtt, U ..ilr4 Jit 04 I) .. l.i,l, llhlu 1 1 t 1 t ittartti t un U lik"N Uii. tii! y t Ihk t'irmH (i..a 1 1, a tii .l a t iikk uu nt Of Ilia nj Hem. 1'iii e, . n- iH't t ui.f tim4 tf all li. sji'' tt iiii'tiia frax 'wl ntOF. J. P. PONDER, EYE EX PERT f over '20 years experience, will occupy parlors at the Ltndeli Hotel. Mncoln, Nebr., for ONE WEEK ONLY: from Friday, June lit, to Sat irday, June Oth. II" will be agisted by M U.J. It UAMI liKLh, sjien mho and practical opti cian, late of Philadelphia; and will u-at the eyes of all persons calling upon htm between the bou-s of ! a. m., and II p m.. of each day FREE OF CHARGE. Prof. Ponder la President of tbe Omaha Optical Co., also Principal of the Omaha Ophthal- mio College, (a school ror opticians). Ue baa tilted the eyes of thousand oi ( imaha'a brst cltl.ens,toall wnora re can refer with pardonable prlda.lllgh claas spectacles and eye glasses made to order. Lenea especially ground from pure hard white crystal, for each particular case. trUrs to tuit tht ttrmotncu of IA timtt. We nt th mott tlittifult earn and tuaranttt it fat iatitacttoH evn wkera other ye specialists have falli cotnpletuiy. or money refunded. Headache tnti- tittiu curtd . ni'Uicine: .nooht tt tn! No fee bill'. Our spherical, cylindrical, prismatic and compound Innaeauu ttte work, roriuuut tuition gittH tt fitting Vkihtrth'i A'yti Call or atnd to Hotel tot 4 age clr- cuiar giving symptoms, tUmn!al, fUs t all early ana avoid tbe ruin of tho ittt fiw day Thoan who can not tMtaalbly iuki U euovr nli-nt t ti u whllu la l.tncnln should wrDo t i' U on tu at our tuadu.uarlir to Omaha. flMiUA flDTiril M wmniin vi nvna vv. LKAD1N3 OPTICIANS, 332 to IOthll.,Omah. ,ni. r. l il K.l I. Ilaua lli4. GKT OFF THE EAUTH. ARMAGEDDON. THE RALLYING SONG. TRUTH'S APPROACHINOTRI UM PH IF I WERE A VOICE, No. 1. IF I WEREAVOICK.No.2. HAYSEED IN HIS HAIR. SONS OF AMERICA. THAT HONEST DOLLAR. THE NINETY AND NINE (New). THE WEAKEST MUST GO TO THE WALL. GOD SAVE THE PEOPLE. WE II AVE THE TARIFF YE T. THE TAXPAYERS SETTLE THE BILLS. A POLITICIAN HERE YOU SEE. THE MILLENNIUM ARMY. TU E FLAG OF LIH ERTY. THE ALARM BEAT. THE ASTOR PRINCE. THE WORKERS' BATTLE HYMN OF FREEDOM. THE COAL BARON'S SONO. SONG OF THE MINERS. RIGHT ALL REIGN. THE ONLY ROAD TO FKKKDOM. BECAUSE HE LOVES. JEAN8 PANTS A COMI.V. THE KINGDOM OF THE BEAST. THE TIME OF DEUTERONOMY. LOSSES AND LIES. THE PAUPER'S LAST SMOKE, TIMOTHY HAYSEED. BILLY GRIMES THE DROVI4R, SUNRISE ON THE HILL8 THE COMING KINGDOM. PLENTY OF ROOM. THE TRULY GREAT. CALLING THE COWS. VOICE OF THE MOONLIGHT. RAIN UPON THE ROOF. TOIL SHALL SOVEREIGN BE. A DROWNING CRY. DREAM AND REALITY. THE HOME OF LIBERTY. AMERICAN NATIONAL HVMN(nl SOUND THE TOCSIN. ENGINE OF REFORM a ONLY A PENNY A LOAF. USE UP THE LAST DOLLAR OUR LINE OF DEFENSE, j IT STUCK IN HIS CROP. HARK THE BATTLE CRY IS 1UNCI 1X0. THE HOPE OF TIIE AGE 3. THE MARCH OF THE WORKERS. BATTLE HYMN OF TUE WRONGKl MOLLY AND THE BABY. ON TO WASHINGTON. I UM l.'l llasOr-iTMUCNJ. i, ' l , ft if ' im , g-.-,hf4 ( 4t t l S-l I Ktl .... a. ..t . i. i.i t ,-H.Jfc- t - till t pnaii mii. fo. riJCM9,Hi, ! '!... "5 4 ill ' i v . vt u '' H,.CS)S1MSJ IftNNM. The alHv named songs hare most of them been at t new music fol the author aru compiler by a half dozen very excellent couipoaers In Lincoln and ( 'hlcago. Hut a dica or so of tha tongs have bon written by the editor of Tin WaALTU Maki.ks to b joined to world elbratd tuna-Frcocb. German Auatrlan, FoglUh and Stotch such tunes aa The Marssllalas, Die Wa- ht Am Hhein, Awitrlan National .Mr, German Fatherland. Uobln Adair, le. The abuv sng are td and iuarUtt with piano preludna aad atvouDpaay mcnta, alo many lt mlid voices, Tha music of nmat of tha sw(i I .ay, and tbe wra dl.l'culi can be ban lied by good voices with thrilling, wonderful effr Gen. C. II. Howard i f Chicago, editor of the Farm, Field and Flrvaldo, e. prvtMtd hittiMdf In tho (oilMwbg ord of pral and appn-f laUoa l lin the t. (' u sti:f hlch have formrd the nucleus of Armaeeddoa; 'it has Uen left to Mr. George Howard Glbton to lotrdute a new (ne Inin the ni" of Ui t arty, ai d to wrUo a rlea of patriotic aor-tf whtih arw hardly surtaod ty aor la our literaiur fur lltiafl of motive and r al merit from a llu rary slnt o! view, V1UU0 at the tamo lime tht y art) nut at ail U klotf tn Urn niuUial liu Uitv which inut avcarlly t prwivat tHfir any song tuuciiaa lha it.trd ( iHit-ularitj, Thay ar rtwai kal'Ui for their fn 14 iairlotsri and broad hutnanUy, tn fact, If thg Pct(t!e' jwrty rltea to the patriot o ltl wf tttew iift't, we hv iittla doubt of Ht nUiuiaU uce M a pany. Tl e. i.j-a trik ho ho!HH!V.t i.r human sympathy. ptaHif humor, k n St a l bUlos; rvaiw. a !! a tt lcflUr pa'rlwtij thetnea, are touched In turu by thu t. eaVd auth' r ' Ni lirlvr -.-'. i .',J hut jUpa tha ' aonga, ait ertaioly a tuuau caa be aid i.g .r V.r.f i..t ) avog of Arma.'eddin, which Includa lie I anl furrtUh a much !U-r rats'tf an J fallr trvatunut of tho ittet!on of hnwan oeida and rlshta. Tby are fu5 of pathos, a'rU'tUmai I jimtr, a sd r isot Ufklng Is hun,i. wit ul r;.m. The Kmk vH hi ready lo a h vct n Will be Mid y tU Wealth Makers Publishing Co. Lincoln, Nra.