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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
Jnlj 26, 1894 THE WEALTH MAKERS. New Series of THE ALLIANCE-INDEPENDENT. Consolidation of tbe farcers AlliascesSebrasia Independent PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY The Wealth Makers Publishing Company iim M Street, Lincoln, Neb. obo Howard Gibsos, J. 8. Htatt Kdltor .Business Manager. U any man must fall tor me to rise, then seek I not to climb. Another'! pain 1 choose not for my good. A golden chain. & obe of honor, Is too good a prize fo tempt my hasty hand to do a wrong Onto a fellow man. This life hath woe Sufficient, wrought by man's satanlo foe; and who that hath a heart would dare prolong Or add a sorrow to a stricken soul Tbat seeks a healing balm to make It whole f sly bosom owns the brotherhood of man." N. I. P. A. Publishers Announcement. The subscription price of Ths wealth Mae km ts 11.00 per year, In advance Aobdts In soliciting subscriptions should be very careful that ail names are correct iy trailed and wooer oostofllc given. Blanks far mturn aubacriDtlons. return envelopes. ivc,. can be had on application to wis omoe. always aim vour name. No matter how often you write us do not neglect this Import- tot matter, javerr wees we rweivo imwn with Incomplete addieaae or without slgna nres and it Is sometimes difficult to locate hem. Cbavoi of addbbss, Subscribers wlshlag to ehanKe their poetofflce address must always give weir former as wen as taeir uruaeuv u frees when change will be promptly made. PEOPLE'B INDEPENDENT PAETT STATE OONVENTION. LijrooLX, Neb., May 18, 1894. The People's Independent electors of the tale of Nebraska are hereby requeued to elect and send delegates from their respective counties to meet in convention at the city o1 Grand Inland, Neb., on Friday, August 14at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nomi nating candidates for the following state offi cers, vjjs: Governor, lieutenant-governor sec retary of state, treasurer, auditor, attorney, general, 'commissioner of public lands and buildings and superintendent of public in struction; and for the transaction of any other business which may properly come before tbe convention. The basis of representation will be one dele gate at large from each county in tbe state and one additional delegate for each one hundred votes, or major f rsction thereof, cant in IBM (or Hon. Silos A. Hoicomb for Judge of tbe su preme court, which gives the following vote counties: Adams 1 Antelope 10 Joliuitou Kearney Keith Kttya Paba . Hanner Ulalne... I Boone , II Kimball. box Butte 6 Knox V Lancaster 27 Lincoln 12 LoKan 2 Loup 2 Madison , 10 McPhenton..., 2 Merrick , 7 Nance H Nemaha 11 Nuckolls 11 Olee 12 Cawnee 7 Perkins 8 Phelps 13 Pierce 5 Platte 10 Polk. 12 Ited Willow 8 Klcharuson 8 Kock 8 Boyd , Brown 4 Buffalo il Burt. Butler.... 18 C&tfH li Cedar 6 Chae Cherry ., 8 Cheyeue 6 Clay , H Colfax 7 Cutniug ft ouster ei DaKota 2 Dawes 7 DawHon 13 Deuel 4 Dixon 7 Dodne 18 uouRias 30 Dundy 5 Kallne 10 saniv 7 Fiiunore i Saunders 1H Franklin 8 Hcotu Bluff 8 Frontier Howard .... 11 Furnas., 11 Gave 14 Uberldan 10 herman B Gartield 3! lux a lioBper 6 Grant 2 Greeley." 8 Hall 8 Hamilton 13 Harlan Hay ex 8 Stanton.... 4 t'hayer 7 mourns l i h urn ton 2 Vallry 8 waHbinKton. 8 wayne Hitchcock -7 WebHter 11 Holu 13 heeler 2 Hooker 1 York 16 Howard 9 Jefferson 7 Total 751 We would recommend that no proxies be al lowed, but that the delegates present cast the full vote to which their retipectlvecountiesare entitled, J. A, EDGBRTON, D. CLIII DlAVXH, Secretary. Chairman North Dakota reports rapid growth of Populist sentiment. Hi only has resistless power upon the moral battlefield whose face Is lighted up with faith, -and wheso voice baa in it the tone of triumph. Such "view the victory from afar; by faith they bring it nigh." l - . -IS Populist claim that tbey will poll 100,000 vote la New York etate this fall. Ill a pretty big claim, but the land tilde has act in and there Is no telling how fast it will come, Senators Jones and Stewart are lo stump New York for the Populists. i-- n Thi German soeUllstt have for some time bn boycotting the beer of the bourgeois labor oppressor. Th capi talist a, re contribution? to overcome the boyoottert an average of ttt.Ouo Marks daily, and their mIikim are boy Dotting the VorwtwrU, the organ of the socialists. t 1 " A LK1TKH trout lion. Pr4 Jewell, of Columbu which we shall hate spao to Insert neat week, Informs u that bis name It withdrawn aad m suggests that Instead iht came of Warwtak andr be eo&tidnsred for the office of HeureUry Of kUU. giii.miiniiin.il. y j i n ii i Till Wiauh Mkh thinks the Oman Kveniag Newt laid the light thing, and tald It eicedUf ly well, In I te editorial on the Itryaa. Illand and owtpaay free) silver Democrat, uner the rapvU-a ktodby," The never' eadlaf goodbyes aat failure to evrat makeue tired. j A GOVERNMENT BANKING BTBTIM tThe following twenty minute address was delivered bv request oy too eaoor oi mi Wsalth Makihs, before the Industrial Leglen of Lincoln, Monday evening. Jul 28 It It not possible In the brief time allotted me to say more than a very mall part of what may be said against the financial sys em under which wt suffer, or for the system hlch w at Populists propose. But I thall brkfl point out the usury evil of tbe present system and show to you tbe imim asur able benefits which a government legal tender non-lnterest-bjaring currency would bring. Tbe modern bankers anf money loaners, strange to tay, are considered espectable and honorable. Tbey con stltute the cream of society. Tbey are in good and regular standing in tb churches. They have been entrusted with the most saored, most important work of law making Twenty fire hundred years ago the interest-taker, or usurer at he was then called, wan classed with robbors, mur derers and adulterers, and was by the word of God condemned to die. But men believe themselves wiser now than tbe all-wise Jehovah. It has been about 300 years since the church set man's word aboe God's word and ceased to preach against tbe tin of talc lng usury, and in consequence the term usury In Its original sense soon beoame obsolete. But the effects of usury, or interest- taking, are the same now that they have always been in all tbe patt cen turies of the world's history. There is not a crime in the whole catalogue 0 evil which usury has not beyond mas ure multiplied. Usury is the crime cf crimes, the prollfio breeder and up builder of everything evil, the destroyer of everything good. It is an historic fact that while men of every productive Industry were kiss lng their loved ones good by, and press ing to tbe front to fight and die for Iberty, the gold-worshiping bankers were pressing their way to Congress, and were there framing laws to en slave us all forever. At the close of tbe war of the rebellion Congress was composed of 180 bankers, 00 lawyers, 17 manufacturers, 7 physicians, 1 farmer, and 1 mechanic. I oannot now repeat to you the devilish deeds of that bank ers' Congress, and the acts of later ones which made the shylock gang the real rulers of this great nation. I presume the most of you are familiar with the financial legislation of tbe last third of a century. If not, by all moans buy or borrow a copy of "Seven Financial Con spiracies,' and read it. The trouble with the money of the oountry today is not that it is not good money, safe money to receive. Tbe government makes It good. Butitcan not be kept in circulation, that is, tnak- ng exchanges. Its owrers will not use It, nor allow others to use It on possible and equitable terms. The money own ers demand usury as the oondltion of circulation. And as the borrowing class, taken as a whole, cannot pay back more than they borrow wltliout impoverishing themselves, there being no way of obtaining money at Its cost or labor value, loaning must be checked in great measure as often as once in fen years. And this means, no money to empty the markets, and in consequence no work for millions. We are told by the organs of the money power that there is money enough, and even too much money in the country today, and they point us in evidence to tbe hundreds of millions of Idle money heaped up In the banks, But money that will not circulate, that Is not enabling the people to exchange labor services, Is of no earthly use The usury which Its owners through monopoly are able to demand, and resultant falling prloes from holding it out of use, which increases Its power and value, plices aH production and exchange and property and people at tbe mercy of the Shylock class. The primary and only legitimate use of money, that of making equitable ex changes, it subordinated to the tribute demanding power of its covetous con trollers, and ths numey owners, with their thrones In the market place, are the rulers of the world. Here Is a faot in monetary science which should be grasped by evervouo. A borrowed currtney cannot b Itpt tit' cuUi'ng if th$ ptoplt irA mint borrow it mutt agrtt to piy bid mart monty than thty borrow. But usury or Interest can not U prvnt4 by prohibitory legis lation, f'vopl will pay in advance, out of what they borrow, almost any per cent tor money to avoid forced sabs of properly which would he ruinous, or to kp their bvulncs going, and such private agrvtnienu oannot b prevented by an law leaving the mney monopoly untouched There it just on way ta mako money at all time i useful agent, and. to tkt from It tu rat pr to rub and ruin, Ws thall all agr that money d't nut grow, but t made, and that Us pro per and ealy useful (unction It to t rhaag or uar th people to change service, lit valu It, or ought ta b Qi4 by th tabor It tk to Irt t obtain It, th tarn amount of labor whtoH It Ukee to Irtt obtain It should always bo tehaiigeabla for 11. Th power to Inert iu valuby hoarding It, and th power to levy tribute) frvm labor by loaning It, mutt fc Uksu frost meaty, Now, then, what U tb Populist plat th Hiatal propvtdd to kvwp all money in circulation, trie people em ployed, and the dollar from fluctuating in its purchasing power? It Is simply to have ths government is-ue all tbe money, all that Is needed and take the banking business out of private hands. Let us consider for moment the advantages to be derived Government banks for deposit, loan aid exchange would furnish an aba Itately safe place to deposit the surplus earnings of the people. Money borrowed at tbe government banks, with no charge except the small labor fee need ed to cover the cost of examining tne security and drawing and. recording papers, would save to the workers the enormous drain of Interest tribute which they now lose; and with this money retained they would buy more of everything which tbey need out f tbe market and make a greater demand for labor, a demand that would be per petual. The savings to the farmers of Nebraska alone upou the one item of farm mortgage interest obligations would be about ten million dollars a year; and tbe Interest bill of those whose town and city homes and plaoes of business are mortgaged, and the In terest on state, county and municipal bonds, would add perhaps more than ten millions more yearly to this sum. This vast loss saved and expended for lumber, tools, clothing, good furnl ture, food, education, etc.. would do wonderful things for our own state, and duplicated In every other state would have prevented the panic and saved the entire country the vast loss and suffer lng which have come upon us during the last twelve months. mere is absolutely no sense, no reason, no statesmanship, no justice In the present money system and private banking of this oountry,looked at from the standpoint of the public good. It must be displaced by a better financial system, or the lands and resources of the people will in a few years more be gathered Into the hands of the million aire Shylock and capitalist class, and liberty will be absolutely nothing but a name. We therefore advocation the hauls of the demands of the Omaha platform, a system to .carry out those demands, which in general outline ts this: Government issue of all money direct to the people, in payment for services, and loaned through government banks upon adequate security, the banks to be established by the 'people as a whole by counties and municipalities, and con ducted by their eleoted and salaried agents under ttate and national law, and supervision; bank offlcals, loan security examiners and the rest, te furnish ample bonds, and be placed under oath of office and severe penal ties to regard the law; government to be secured in its issue of legal tender money, as counties show need, by mak ing all taxable property in each county liable by taxation to make good all money loaned to that county, if other securities are in any case found In sufficient; these government bans to receive deposits, but pay no interest thereon and charge no interest to borrowers above the cost of doing the necessary business. Under this financial system all money savings would be deposited for perfect safety in the government banks, and when the inflowing stream of deposits quailed the sum of money demands by good borrowers, the currency Issue would be in volume just equal to the needs of the people. The volume would have to be Increased now and an un certain amount every year, just to keep deposits and legitimate demands bal anced. Even If money were not de posited with the government it could not be loaned profitably when the government agents were loaning It at oost, so it could not be forced into aotual circulation except as It drew goods out of the market, wbloh would Increase tbe demand for labor. There Is in government banking and loaning money at cost no possible danger of In flation and depredating the value of the dollar. Observe, It Is a balauoed sys tem of loans and deposits, a system, too which allows no gain when money It drawn out of circulation, and leaves money but one function, tbat of making exchanges. Tho present currency cannot com pleto the round of circulation and ttcadlly move forward, because Its holders can demand usury (or it and profit by hoarding it, which also causes th value of th dollar to greatly fluctuate and to lend upward, while it force unmonopotUed property to cor respondingly fluctuate and tend down ward. Hut with our perfected financial system of government hanking la oper ation ther could b no stringency la th uuonev market, no circulation premium or usury taking, tv inkers' and money loanors' bearding lo stop th wheels of Industry, no lark of capital to keep all at work, m net profit and Interest Incomes taken trot labor's parsing leaving th wtiker Insufficient money to ststply th mark ! aad leading to perloilo sloppag ot work and start attoa, or lowtr wag It It tb demand and supply money ttsttta of most danc4 tUkttnaa thlp, a system which will ttrlkta des troying blow at th wlih-eUlsg, capital oaatrUnf, snaaatiavtsg power ot usury, thai great overshadow ing ours of all th tgee- Now jutt a word to tar eurxtli from btag mtsuadru4. Th pra po4 gcvramat baakt tad meant ot keeping the money needed always in circulation, the Populist financial sys tern, is not a social cure all. It will not settle the railroad question, or the land question, or the telegraph and tele phone questions, or the coal and other mining questions, it will not abolish cb art red monopolies of any kind. Another thing. It will be necessary to put a reasonable limit, so long as land is monopolized, on the amount wblch may be loaned to any one prop erty holder. In reply to the objection that the government must loan to all men if It loans to any, we call attention to the fact that it is now loaning, and loaning only to the bondholders who start banks. The property which will be loaned on under the new system will be what money is now loaned on, with tuch rules regarding amount of security as the electors and taxpayers of each oounty are satisfied will be adequate, and will together stand good for Will it snouia De noted. aio that a man is rarely qualified to handle capital and will not need to borrow It, if at all until be has first accumulated a safe basis for credit. Money at cost would also lead men of limited means to co operate in many enterprises for their mutual benelf, the needed capital being by them furnished in part and borrowed In part. In closing let me call attention to very valuable book published by tbe Arena Publishing Co., which will be found to contain all needed information concerning tbe present and the pro posed financial system. It is by George C. Ward of Kansas City, and is entitled "A Better Financial Syitem, or Gov ernment Banks." It is sold at 25 cents, WISE IN TBEIB OWN 00N0EIT. The men who constitute the boards of trade in the great cities expect parlla ments, congresses and legislatures to respectfully listen and promptly per form when they suggest a publio (?) need. Tbey are ''the solid business men" and think they constitute tbe country. They are supposed, by all except the unterrlfled, to be men of hard practical sense. But just read this and see what fools or knaves they all are: Three weeks ago about a hundred members of the British Chamber of Commerce in Paris dined together and held a conference as to the effect of a general disarmament upon the labor market. Their opinion was that it would be dangerous, or lead to most serious results, if the 2,750,000 men now underarms in Europe were to join the work seeking rankn Boiled down and strained their phi- osopby Is, the more rich men there are drawing incomeH and the mote uo pro ducing soldiers there are to preserve the peace, the more work there will ba for those who must work. Well, it does look that way. The useless rich who draw incomes, all think they are conferring favors when they hire workers to drees and feed and grandly serve them. It is a great kindness to the workers for the shirkers to give them a job and pay them out of their own or other workers' earnings, kept back by monopoly force and fraud. But ' Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that rhall come upon you. Ye have heaped treasure together for the last days." THE FIR8T POPULIST QUARTETTE. a. uuckuns oi iNeorasna uity baa a plan for campaign work which ought to meet the approval of the other mem bers of our party. He has organized a male quartette for holding street meet ings, and with a speaker proposes to travel the state by team, holding two meetings each day. This mode of campaigning will prove of great benefit to the c.tuH. Looal committeemen who wish to secure this combination can do so by addressing II. iluuklns of Ne br-tska City, or this ofilce. Mr. liuck lng Is a brother of the great Prohibl tlon party singer, A. H Iliickins. Let ut make It a song singing campaign. The new snng book, Armageddon, will equip all the Populist sinners of th country with song which will attract multitudes of all parties to our meet ing. I'xk a little reason. There is no prac tical difference between a uionoHillst and a rvlgnlng despot. Monopoly and monarchy ar on and th same la com manding and compelling mrvtoo. Free, dotu U lost under viiher form f power. Discover how mauy monopolies there ar lifted up to eoatrol production ard eichanr , sad you will know how many throne you pay trtbuUi la W do not have a real democracy. Th govern went It not our government, but th olvll atd military arm f th reigning monopolist. Our king ar more numerous and eot ut vastly moro than th lngl monarch and count of other countrU, Our forefather refused lo tubtnti Ut tatalloa htt they wr not allowed repreeeataiioa Through tva year ut dprt war they bat tled, bled aad dtvd for thlt principle, and their artut wer vlctortout, Hut w, their JetevtJaatv ar being Ui4 lo death by th monopolist t Wll ut lkr business (of robbing us) U ttt owa privet affair; and w tai ourselves to rua their goveroaieat aad vU for tholr mta and par tie. Tat Sugar Trust officials testify that tbey have ucBuujreu competition ana raisea ine price of sugar three-eighths of a cent a pouna, and that they and the other cor porations contribute from this plunder w tne campaign lunas or botb the (cor- porawonowneajoia parties, it is per fectly evident, by their acts, that neith- er oi tne ma parties cares to attack tbe great financially and politically power- iui monopolies, me great capitalist -.-i , j ...unr uon monopoly's, are all found in the oiu parties, neason ana sen - preserva won wouto tnererore iorce au nonest men and lovers of liberty into the Peo- pies party, we want no Ulngs. . m IT nr TTfov asvit tidadtiautp I The most important work of the Peo ple's party of Nebraska will be done in the next few days, tbat of holding pri maries and local conventions. In these will be decided to whom shall be dele gated authority to name the standard bearers of our party, and who shall formulate the principles which are to give our party character, in tbe cam paign of 1804. If our people neglect their individual political duties In the matter of carefully selecting delegates to carry out their wishes and convlo. tions, upon them will rest the primary responsibility of the mistakes, corruo- tlon and defeat that will be sure to fol- low. We wish to startle our best lead- ore aim wiu ran sou uio into activity, J A, , . . . , Into the exercise of jealous care, at this decisive point. Corruption, smooth aud soft and slippery, is waiting always to slide in at unguarded primaries. We are too near to victory to escape the necessity of watching close and holding aown tne orcce seeker and place hunters, the class who in the old par- ties make it tbelr business to run the caucuses and conventions. We there- fore entreat our people, as they love justloe and truth and liberty, to turn out ana see that no delegate are given power who cannot safely be trusted to represent them. Send only men of character and whole-hearted purpose to represent you in the county, dUtrlctand state conventions. Allow no half and half Populist-Democrats to run the primaries. Send the traders and trim mers, the across-lots-to-viotory politi cians, to tne rear, ana caoose men as oeiegates wno are proua oi tne umaaa . .... .i piatro'ro. If at tho primaries the best men, the men grounded in all the Populist pnn- clples, are selected as delegates to tbe sweeping current into our prty, a cur county conventions, tneso conventions rent a resistless as thtt of tbe ocoan will out of the best select tbe ablest men to attend the state and congres- sional conventions and the party will be kept pure and true and wl.te. And with the best candidates on the strongest possible platform, with all events favor ng us, we shall go forward to certain victory. AGAIN BATTLING THE DREAMERS John J. Iogalls, tho man wbo said that the decalogue has no place in politics, and that political reform Is an lrridescent dream," has tumbled himself off the shelf, where the Popu lists gently laid him, and has started out for ofilce once more. He means to gt there of course by political war measures, by campaign ling, y t-teu) in? votes, bv bearing tu.nc wlt.ru m. hv boodle, by pandering to the vicious and parasitic classes. According to his own confession all Is fair In politics. lngalls is original, if nothing else, and h informed his first audience that 'the great question before tbe Ameri can peoples not tbe tariff' praise the Lord, and the Populists, thattbat sham fight Is ended ''nor sllver,but whether we are to have any government in this country at all." Odd, isn't It, for the must notorious political anarchist, the man who first stripped off all cant, ar.d openly pro claimed that his own and the Demo cratic party, are, in their struggles for office, lawless, anarchists, odd, we say, tbat be should make the suppres sion of anarchy the sole Usue. All are anarchists now except 'ho Republican party, t he G. O. V. is called upon to aye worklngmen from tho terrible oppression of their fellows. The In- alienable right of the Individual Ut work tor starvation wagt s must, in the Interest ot capitalists, be preserved, Organized labor must bo rruwhed, says lngalls, In substance, or tbe govern- ment 1 no belter than If dWou d by a tzar, lngalls spoke most bitterly against tho strikers. Hat John J , th people, th niuwi, I have no us for such a yu. You ar an unprincipled scoundrel by your own! kHiutesu, and no on I Inclined to doubt th truth of your statement mad year ago. tiOvKH.NOK JtmAKaaiif Ohio a few dayt ago said, In a publto address; We have no room, broad as our cumry It, f rth anervhUt, th communist, th socialist, or th hoyoolter,'' Mot peo ple will ba nu s)wthy with Foraker as far as th anarchist Is eon rernetl, hula Chilst a totuinunltt and a socialist hi Utiuest should b largely cut do a, There It a righteous rem nasi, a lew ta th church aua a few out, who believ U wral law, in lit pretoal tuprvmacy, la Cnrlsttsalty, th rl Christ tplrlt Qouituualst kUd llut thr Is ba question, but lb class lo which Pullman and forakvr belong ar ready ta truth and crowd out Ibom who tall la a pur tlsmoeracy, la equality and fraternity, In the father- booa or (ioa ana tbe brotherhood of man, and to them it matters not what - natre such cU themelves. On the question of who is the anarchist, there needs to bs mire said. They are all - anarchists who either with dynamlt. singly, or legally a a majority, resist the government of God. He alone Is the Head and Lawgiver, and all statutes which the selfishly strong have made - . ,u i0eir 0wn interest ana truy are Ugion-ue essentially anarchistic, and - for that reason must be swept away. There are anarchists at the bottom? Yes, but they are not the worst or most dangerous kind. The anarchists at the tep are the kind who make this vast, vast country too narrow for Its Inhabit ants. And the anarchist on top have got to go. As we predicted, only the labor lead- ers nave Deen arrestea, ine corpora i . , . . tions' attorney general, Olney, has armed the federal court ollluials with an omnibus injunction, and under acharge wblch makes organized stria- lng a conspiracy to stop the mails, has arrested and imprisoned President Debs and other A. R. U. officials. No hearing has been given to the question of what constitutes a conspiracy. It is simply assumed that the mails must be attached to Pullman oars and that the Union men must haul them, anlli. I 4 1. A . I . . . , , T i mat refusing to ao so tney may De lm- prisoned and punished. Oa tho other I band the Railway Managers' Assocla- tlon, which refused to permit mall cart to be attached to trains which the strikers stood ready to go with, are not Indicted. The oorpi rations cannot com- mtt a crime. Combined labor must be crushed by tbe federal troops and by the courts. Its brave, noble leaders are dragged to jail, their rights disregarded, their manhood despised. All indlgnl- ties are heaped upon them by the cor- poratlon press and by the minions of the law. Insolence and lawlessness are on the throne, right Is being taken to the Bcaffold. ''But that scaffold sways tbe future." The Chicago Times, with a daily cir culation of over 100,000 has come squarely out as a Populist paper, and it will lead forth' from the old parties a fat increasing host. It is calling for immediate partv organization In Cbkano. and It erat break and brilliant leadershio will start a oooular. when its dykes are broken. We had not thought of this as possible. Buttbe defences of plutocracy are no stronger than their weakest part. As soon as t ie great dailies catuh on to the mag nitude of the people's movement, its moral power and resistless progrtslonJ" they will by scores come, crowding amr tumbling over each other in thelrhaste to get into the current. The swift leap of The Times from 60,000 to 100,000 cir culation, in tho faie of tho railroads and military buyejt given it, show what support the people will give to papers which champion their cause and fearlessly attack corporate oppres sion. And this object lesion of The Times' popularity will lead others to take the plunge, and we shall again have a free pre and a free people. Gior' Kloryhallelujah! All the forces of organized labor have come to or are fast moving toward the PopulUt party. The American Railway Union, with 130,000 members, tbe American Federation with 750,000 members, tue Kulihis of Labor, with 250,000 members, these in their plat forms aud through the action oi their representative are with us. If the Plutocrats do not precipitate war, as did the slaveholders, before we can gain the government, deliverance will come. Strain every norve. Unselfishly sacri fice time, la)(ir and means to educate and unlto the workers and tho honest, now. It wilt save rivers of blood, and bllilons of treasure. i ! TUKHmibero Paotfla has prvpare'ity an affidavit which It will require all employe to sign, by which they swear that they resign membership in the A. H- U. and premise nover again to join any union or brotherhood for the term of five years, aud that they will not be om a metubor of any laor organist' tloo during th ttmu they ar employed by the S. P. H It. Co. Slaves, serfs, cattle, dare ut t bo men and brothers! Tk an oath More (iod that you will not help on another to bo tree! God la ioaven, w thauk thee that thou dol eurso socb tyranny, and that ty rU ar her dethrone!. MiUTAKY lum havg a eeltUh resa for wsleofulug war, or aa lncr la th foiiHm uuJer them, but wo ar sorry to see that so go! a man as lion, U, U, Howard ts tailing f.r aa luvrea la lb Moral foav n out a s op to Unor trouble. Jul leglsla'loa I what it avetknl, I'aroo It a bl remedy that ta th J will destroy bju lb psttonl aa the dvlr. 1 1 i" -" I' iv Hit PtNKUl'ior of New York hat ttagl haadtHl t,4 Ut ipoa4 t'li'h a light upa aad lateed such a mt(bl voice agalasl th lamittaB) g'-vwanwatot New York flty that tW s al U liliut has tad to lavesttgtWi It. A great tore of pualu satttiial hat be a draa out by lr. rrkaurtt 3