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July 26, 1894
THE WEALTH MAKERS. 5 work and the Lexow committee revela tions, in favor of a citizens' ticket and campaign to rescue the city from the vicious class in office Df. Parkhurst has made a most eloquent appeal for all tjood citizens to unite. But now comes the Tribune and Buys the Doctor should not be considered either ''arrogant or impertinent" for what? for asking the honest V come out from both parties and support a reform ticket. The Doc tor should believe that the Republican party U ruled by saints, and the evil is all In the Democratic party. He should lead the honest Democrats over to the pure Republicans, and then he would be doing something. Great is the gall and exasperatlngly abominable the hypocrisy of the political dally press. WE hope our friends who have sent us in communication will bear with us if tbey do not Immediately get into print. But allow us to be frank with you, friends. Short letters and articles are preferred. It costs money to set type, and you ought to oondense more, some of you. We don't like to reject good mutter. We don't like to cut your Ideas down. Besides it takes the edi tor's time, which he cannot well spare, o much of it. Send us your most care fully thought out, boiled dowa, concen trated, best worded ideas. But let no one conscious of his literary deficiencies be restrained from wrltiDg us. It is part of our business to fix up manuscripts for publication. The Republicans, Church Howe and others, are blowing tbat the old soldiers are going baek to the C 0. P. Noth ing of the sort. The Kansas state Pop ulist convention contained 240 old sol dier delegates. Nebraska will also how that the soldiers are new patriotic, now anxious to save our country from the capitalist slave holders who starve and kill and spread despair. Head what Judge Wilson of Ogalalla bos to say, old voldlers, about a column set apart for you in The Wealth Makbks. Do you want to use It? Please say so if you want it. The plan pleases us The Kansas Populists bad a rally at Topeka on the 12th and the tbree west ings of the day had an attendance of 3,000, 6,000 and 12,000. Gov, Walte was one of the speakers. Ills speech elicited great 'applause and wan "temperate, patriotic, eloquent, clear aad cogent" just what tils friends expected. But it was a surprise and disappointment to bis foes. Kansas is greatly alive. The Nebraska Populists will need to work mightily when they getstarted to catch up with the Kansas campaign. THE offlc seekers or the seekers after fame are not leaders of men. They are weather vanes which never move except as the current moves them. Follow not the weather var e, for It will lead you no'fhere. Put your confidence in men who face forward and move onward against wind and tide. When the con servative trimmers and cutaways and fusion schemers get control of a reform movement It kills it. Drive this class to the rear and keep them there. We call attention to quite a long communication from Mr. A. J Gustln on page 3, of this issue. Mr. Gustln withdraws his name from considera tion for a place on the state ticket. He is the choice of many for state auditor, and would add much strength to the ticket if nominated. Allow us to add that the men who are not seeking office are the bec and safest class to select from. And to Mr.Gustln. that the will of the people must be obeyed. the a. it. u. ein so nas convinced a great part and tbe best part of the peo ple of the country that the national Populist platform in Its demand for the government ownership of the railroads, is right, Is demanding the necessary remedy. The strike has alsocop vlnced a vast number of organized workers that their only talvation s to get to gether in the IVoplu's party and strike with the ballot. So the stars In their courses fight for us. THERE are 17 fupulUt papers In Ida ho, aod but 21 of both the old parties. Nhraka leads all omr state In the number uf Populist paper. The num ber now I ovor 120. Kana comes next with 117, Every Koandlnavlaa paper in Mlun.-.oN that was formerly Kopub Mean, with one exception, ha turned I'npull.t, The Chloajjo Time la the latest anj greatest avu.U.n to the rank of Populist papers, Hi auiu the world along, "' n W have ru-led fir review The iHHb of i NM-doui, ty II. 11 Salisbury. PubiUt.rdhjThN llumbuldtPub.Uhieg Co., Nw York. We have already riJ ih Uk U tuaglne ttory form ami hats i-itly word of uf.UuV.ut praW fr It, The ri' Is but 2'. cbu and it U, while fall of Information, t story of no tranvlug UWtv.t Tn tirutlN tat-- th ftv( of fprtt. nd tim fr. of J utile) I a tru!U'.'lUlcr.Mau4 uk and rat i aad svafMd ransm u4 I U (annul fiirtvtr W tud make tU rnptajtabl. Th truth Incarnate ui ao dUtaal d m triumph gturtou.ly, CW,la, faun tar ward. Look, (toward to h end thN4 t4 evil. A Scotch clergyman, Dr. Walter Smith, in his valadictory to the Free Church Assembly, said: "To trust the heavenly Father is of far greater mo ment than earning a good wage." Whereupon Kelr Hardie, labor mt mber of parliament, answers: "But.my dear Doctor, Is It impossible to do both at the same time?" Hainek voted against the bill mak ing rallroaes amenable to the state laws, the bill extending the jurisdiction of the state courts over claims of per sons against the corporations. Hainer thus shows that he represents not the people of Nebraska. He is the pliant tool of tbe corporations. But he has a neighbor living at Aurora who will take his place in the next Congress. BuRT CoURTV Allianoe week before last sent us In a list of sixty new names paid for by the Alliance. Atlanta Alliance has just sent in a listof 2T new subscribers. We call attention to the this plan to-get The Wealth Makebs Into new hands where it will make votes. Twenty cents for the campaign. Solicit subscription, and make up a little extra purse to place the paper where it will make Populist coa verts. The Coming Nation tells us that 3,700 families in Ckveland had their water supply shut off because tbey could not pay for it, and hundreds more were begging for more time. This is worse barbarity than the slow starvation cru elty which the poor must endur. to yield wealth for tbe greedy. A LOMU letter from Congressman Kem in which he wishes to address the people of Nebraska through the col umns of The Wealth Makers has reached us just as were going to press. It is on the subject of irrigation and is of great interest. Sorry we have to delay it till next issue. Wanteo To know when and where each Populist convention convenes. Wanted A good solicitor in each precinct and town. Wanted i 0,000 campaign subscrib ers. Twenty cents only for the cam paign. Twenty cent subscriptions are easily secured. Everybody needs THE Wealth Makers. Sue what you can do for us, and help thus to make votes A hundred twenty cent campaign sub scribers might bi- sent in from almost every single post oflice. Thk Democrats are quarreling like ca-,8 aod dogs ever their own tariff bill Cleveland has pitched in to tbe Senate leaders, Garmaa, Vest and the rest,and they have got back at him in great style, "When rogues fall out" A VERY interesting and stimulating letter nas reached us, showing the per fection of our party organization in Sheridan county,, and tbe bard work of the committeemen, there. All counties should be stirred to do likewise. The trial of Mr. Debs and his asso ciates ha beg-un. Tbey will be con v cted, of course, and it will show that tbe courts belong to the corporations. The government itself is on trial. The Pullman Co. last week declared another quarterly dividend of two per cent. Lining money, eb? The divi dends must come though the workers Btarve. Kkmembkk Second ward caucus ia suorlff's offioa, court house at 8 o'clock p. m. Saturday next, by special request of Woodard, ward committeeman. Deleqatks to the State and con gresslonal conventions have already been chosen in Brown county. They are lnHtructed to suppurt Kem for con gress. Mn. Dawks, our solicitor, 1 now In Cbadron. He Is finding lots of I'.pu lists and friends of The Wkaltii Makers. Wanted some friend In each county convention to gather up a club of sub scribers for l n Wealth Makers. i i a Whoever lead the people must suffer with and for the people. Hstiapa Ileal and (Jain Health. At no "retort" north, eaat, south or wast, ran this be done to such aj vant age- at at "our Hot Spring, 8. ." Now U the lime to go, and the Klk- horn Une the pioneer route -th n f.ow EsiMiraloQ rw-a la tlT.-ot. Apply Ut A. S. I'laldlng. city ticket atftiut. in Siiuth o'h street, or do put vortwr H and aih trK f,.r pariUsvilara, 8, A. Jt-Nitur, litr Agoat, tWt au heatuirul U Hot Spring, .Houth lUkola, rt reached by the HarllngWm l uto. Palatial hotel. wuftdsr-wotking waters pure air, aad tt.aol8e'Bl ur rounding are oalj a fw i( u attra Th lUrUftea' louai asal will jf'adlf give y.wi fall luforuuvtoa about llotttitriat;, aad allf you ak for II - beautifully Illustrated fulJ-r, J, fKAXtaa. O 1. ATA. Omaha, ,Nhv WHAT ABOUT THE PLATFORM. (Continued from 1st page). without giving adequate compensation. Manfully shouldering our wwn bur dens, we may be enabled to leave our children a fair field for exercising their energies in supplying tbeir wants, un burdened by any legacy of debt; and in endeavoring to carry out our reforms on the only practicable lines those laid down in the last two verses of the Old Testament, we may find a peace able solution of our difficulties that otherwise threaten to enslave us in a bloody revolution which we have every reason to expect would leave us as far from a satisfactory settlement as we were before. David Kay BMAGEDD0N, THE NEW SONG BOOK Our new song book, Armageddon, has been delayed by the muslo typo graphers, but it Is now rapidly ap proaching completion. We expect to have it ready for delivery by August 10th, and call attention of tbe local workers everywhere to It, It will, by its heart-touching, battle-breathing and educating and uniting truth greatly arouse the people, and there is enough of the humorous element In the songs to attract all classes. Armageddon, we mutt believe, will be a great moving and enthusing power in the present campaign, and until the worker, of the world win tbe final battle which shall give them perfect justice. It is a pro duct of the times, for the people, the words being written and selected by one who has both suffered and studied. It ia a book for the masses to sing out of in their future mighty conflict with the classes. See partial list of the songs it will contain in prospectus advertisement on third page of this paper. The book will contain about 125 pages of a little over 7 by 8 inch size, mostly new muslo as well as new words, music suited to the stirring thought. The price of the book will be 35 cents a tingle oopy, 30 cents by the dozen. Send orders at once to The Wealth Makers Publishing Co., Lincoln, Neb. The keeping of hogs may be made very profitable where home dairying Is carried on, 6ays John Gould in Practical Farmer, but there should be as much judgment and method in the matter, as in the selection and care of the cows. To get the best results, milk and 'outter-inilk bhould be fed iu conjunction with trrain The taking off of the cream has not lessened tiao feeding value of the milk bo much as to deprive the ani mal of an aarency of quick digestion. With the corn meal and shorts fed with the milk, there should bo some oil meal which takes the place of the missing fats and mal.-cs the cheese of the milk easily digested. The twill milk tank should bo cleaned out as often as every two days, and scalded. The "bitter water" of very sour milk is poison to a hog. Where much grain is fed with the milk, the latter should never be allowed to become thick, the acid of changing milk lactic may be all t ight with grain, but never should be allowed to get very sour. Young pigs should always have the skim milk and oil moal, etc., fed sweet and warm. Sour, cold milk and no grain kills thousands of small pigs with dysentery, and then It is charged up to bad luck. Let the hogs have access to wood ashea. They will prevent worms. 1 j m . iorn, oats ana middlings make a good ration for the sow that is suckl ing pigs. A New York farmer says an acre of Hubbard squash will fatten ten hogs more than an acre of corn. A hog raiser of experience says he believes a brood sow reaches her limit of usefulnoss at the age of seven years. Mud U ono of the means which j the ho;,' employs to defend it.-elf from flies. A mud puddle in the hog pasture pays. The work teum should bo kept strong. They need a variety of f.ed. Besides U'ing more pa'utable, it aids digestion ana presorves a good appe tite. A New York dairyman warms his barn in winter with a hot air furnace. Foolish .xjvnso. U.. r in can Ui made warm enough by proper cunstructlon for all practical put-potti!. It is a 'jlooming thoory of some thai chewing .liu end U all the exoriUe a cow hwkIj, and upon tho sumo prin ciple uno ailght I'ont'ludu that a gmkl ill rtiiiiHi tittiat-co ehitwcr would gtt a'l thevxrvUo h n-vd. We want fifty thousand new suborl b.rto Thk VViALTH Makkkh. A 111 eaeh of our pr ulMjrlt r held u by "itdtog two tie ntu? l you are unable togf yt arlv subacrl bur, wild ihxin to for thrvo or U month n mi peUk otfir la aa"thr column. MClUM'iU rurft I j I'm At all tlitfitit. To th land of Ul Apple via the MiHHirt pMj'flo Mute Fen. I it, Ut tn fam fur the round trip d 30 dy. Call m Phil lUnlol. U P, A T, A, 1?0 O street Umvlu. NVt Ui Northwester Ha tu t'hti'H'C Uiw rate, train Offliw u Oil, Call ( Its. Naitrntn a tu l carrlatf, w-on, binder, aad ai farm ImpUtmeate, Ws'U um )u rtgkl If ou have a hog. If you have cow, If you have a horse, If you have a farm, or any thl tiff else that you want to iU, nnd don't know Juki where you can nnd a buyer ...ADVERTISE... The WeS- Makers, and vou will be mom agreeably surprised at tbe result. Write tor ad verUslug rales to ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, WEALTH MAKERS PUB. CO.. Lb coin, Neb Three Cent Column. "For Bale," "Wantd,""ForExchange."and small advertisements for short time, will be charged three cent per word for each inser tion. Initials or a number counted as one word. Cash with the order If you Waht anything, or bare anything that anybody else "wants," make It known through this column. It will Day, rtET yosr neighbor to subscribe for Thi WlALTH MAKEKS. YflllR "ARD, 1,0(10 printings, postpaid, only St., ruiiaaeipoia, a 7tl AGENTS WuM, IJbrl alar? PaU. A I tmBM or to Irani I. Tnai rarataka fraa, t. ft mini, imawa.Ha, FOR 8ALW-190 acres near Lincoln, 12,600.00. Party muut .ell. Oilman investment Co , Lincoln, Neb. 1WANT TO TRADE a good piano for a good buggy horse. Mum be gentle. Address. A. Young, care Wealth Maker, Lincoln, Neb. MOR SALE Good farms near Lincoln, and T throughont Neb If you want to locate, write Glllllan Investment Co., Lincoln, Neb. WANTED-Twenty thousand new subscri bers to Tb a WSAUTH MAKIMS. TjIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A nett home V in Lincoln. Can take land In exchange, Ulllllun Investment Co., Lincoln, Neb. MU TINGLE Y & BURKE IT, attorneys-at-law. lOSiS O Ht., Lincoln, Neb. HAVK YOU anything to sell or tradef Then advertise tbe fact through this colutna and be surprised at the result. fjV)R SALE 8J acres near Lincoln. Very low r if taken at one. Glllllan Investment Co. Lincoln, Neb. WANTED Fire and cyclone agents. Good pay. J. Y. M. bwlgart, Beo'y, Lincoln, Neb. !J7tf WANTED -Ten farm of 160 acres each, lo cated r adjoining near together; want each partly Improved. Have colony of tn families. Glllllan Investment Co., Lincoln, Neb.. HUNDLEY & BURKETT, atrorneys-at-law, X HfM O ot., Lincoln, Neb. Abstract ex amined. 7AN1ED-Tnree male singers for cam' fT pa'K'i work second tenor and two basnes. Those who can play some instrument given preference, only sober meu wanted. Address, stiilng talary, Hrnrt Hdckins, Nebraska CltyNeb IjlDR SALE Houses and lot in Lincoln and in 11 the collrge suburbs, acre tracts near tbe street car line, pleasant homes In all part of the city. Address or call upon Glllllan In vestment Co .corner li b and V streets, ground floor, Llucoln, Neb. BKMEMHER that THB WlALTH MAKCHM Is the best advertising medium In the west When writing to auy of our adver tisers don't forget to tell them where you saw tnelr' ad " piEFGHAPTS' BANK. Capital I OO.OOO. Corner 13th and O Sts., Lincoln, Neb. The Only State Bank In the City. WB SOLICIT rAHMIRS BOSISSSS. r. S. Shaw, Prest. C M CKAwroKD, Cash Wm. Fdllbhtoh, V. P. W. E. Tatlok, A. Cash WALL PAPER af.Cs Only 1 1 .00 required to paper walls of room lfixlft lncluulng border. Sen'l 10c. ttO'tsire and get Free I OO beautiful samples and guide fcOw to pap r Agnt large sample book Jl.Uu Free witn a io.uu oraer write quick. HENRY LEHMAN. 1640 24 Douglas ot , OMAH A, NEB "3 The Leading Conservatory ol America. Founded by iH. K.Tourv-e. CaklVailtin, Iirecta IlliMtraled Calendar Riving full inlormatton free. Sw Kagland Ceascrvafury of Basle, Buatua. DSWMPERIAL iM GOLDEN f ' .ut t "1 11' , t.t uA KlttM 1'Vi "' (I i W (t f I I .uh .Ilk . 'A I 11 i - . " it J V I.''!-"1" fl M t '!. I. , t l .J. l ,1 ... A. Jtw.l fl , i' . f i , , , ,' ... . t 'a. I t. il.l. l ,T . Tlt Hirlkn tit.r, Th 4jr.i4 Uh r IrjubSu hf, to a tH-iialilotalilrt 4r, t (TvcfU alt trao)u' Kit t)vltHi. Tn uiiuvf alaiy of lrnu rUlt' b C4J4 Mjtr to wUlthoiJ un gqini'on, li trouble I now orr a d4 Mr. s l-rinao l'r , II Mtvnlgta HV, C!ilrfo, (I , vanoanoa the w kl u, t l U no liMifr tiiturln. an4 that jrW r M al vtl I tUtiiiaaU at blny rlvrj ! praiulr t)UataH4 vf Ua uul imalarltr, Apply tit IKw leKtruiatum 2 fail Nrv,.kr tin M lhlwv U,m raus. ra.t train 1 1 4) fl Headquarters for Populists. THi?.,!-loiety?.u.klLow.wh.t THt OPELT HOTEL wanutobeth HeKqnartm m.S art arttT.' SSt aY"'aa Tom now nnttl after tbe legl?lSVur J ra,s' n1 w'lll"akeSpaouLRTB8toaU Independent who stop with n. whether you are alone or bring all your friends with you. ewtll make you a straight iiThlTnf.'n'Jn? iX "ffl Sort M Pa'- 1 ' cla.Tln .ver? particular aad Is splendidly located two blocks east of tbe B. 4 M , depot Oor. 0 and Q stJeeiV No matter whether you are in i town for one meal or 100, weneed you la mu btulnis.. and will treat you a we wish to he treats ' John Can field, Propr. Wealth The Best Weekly IP UBLISUED at tbe center of th trial movement, at tbe University town and Capital City, Lincoln. Nebraska. The ortran of the PonuHat nartv of It ataui w,wo strong, but reaching out also to mould tbe tbeught of tbe entire 1 country on the questions of economic production and Just distribution. V It Is one of the few papers that throw eonvlnclnelv clear moral, vcnnnmtn V ana political ngm on tbe unsettled social questions. Its editor la author of the celebrated sheet music series, "Song of tbe People," and the great song book of tbe wealth making (distinguished from the wealth taking) classes, , AFfMAGEppON, just published. It is a paper whose reputation is being more aad more widely extended by its characteristic moral leadership and its intellectual and literary ability. Price, II per year. For sample copies address, Wealth Makers Pub. Co , Lincoln, Neb. Irrigated Farm Lands -IN FERTILE SAN LUIS THE SAN LUIS VALLEY, COLORADO, a stretch of level plain about as large as tbe State of Connecticut, lying between surroundimr ranges w. .w.., t.,, tu uj mo iviu ursDue uiver ana a score or more vt saiall tributary streams. It was the b ttorn of a great sea, whose deposits have made a fertile soli on an average more than ten feet deep . he mounralns are covered with great dupnslU of snow, which melt and furnish the irrigating canals with water for the farmers' crops. The Climate is Unrivaled. Almost perpetual sunshine, and the elevation tt -bout 7,000 feet dispels all malaria, nor are such pests as chinch bug, weevil, etc , found there. Flow ing artesian wells are secured at a depth, on an averege, of about 100 feet and at a cost of atut $25.00 each. Such is the flow that they are belnir util iz'd for irrigating the yards, garden and vegetaole crops. . Tbe pressure Is sufficient to carry the water, which is pure, all through the farmers' dwell" ings. Irrigation. Already several thousand miles of larg and unall Irrigating canals have been built and several hundred thousand acres of lands made available for farmlBg operations. Irrigation Is an Insurance against failure of crops be bause success is a question only of the proper application of water to them The loss of a single corn or whfat crop in Nebraska, for Instance, would more than equal tbe cost of irrigating canals to cover the mtlre state so impo tant is the certainty of a full crop return to any agricultural state Tbe San Luis Valley will grow Spring wheat, oats, barley, A A & ..AL.I.. potatoes, vegeiaoies ana an Kinas or small fruits and many of the hardier varieties of apples, pears and all Kinds of cherries. Tn the vleld ol all these products it Uon en thu continent. Forty Acres Vntiti airt ht tnnunh. land for tha fflrmpunf rwt no - . . K sides the certainty of return, the yield, nutlnn will aVAracrn Fir mnra thin lha a...v, ..... .v-wio mriu. 1 u UQ iUlMlgalDDf and Missouri Valleys, and the outlay for machinery, farming stock our chase money, taxes, etc., are proportionately Jess. There are a hundred i.niiitsanii mi t t siiiiTri iss.iiiih iis-kwii ly, ail within lx miles of the Denver & Rfo Grande Itallroad, convenient maraeu aod shipping stations, for sale at $15 00 per acre. Most of these lands are fenced and have been under cultivation and in many lns'arces bar wells and me butldlng.-ev rythlni rady to proceed at onoe to be gin fanning. .1 tmull cmn payment only Is required where the purchaser luim.itiiltl V IM'111 111. 4 th ni'fmlib.a a- it lnn ll.n.. u . r . . ' , . r.... , - - .-u8 .lino at roicu per cent, inter est Is granted for the deferred payments. A Specially Low Homeseekers Rate 111 rut nm.lri.will limr family anil frUn.l. A 1..., ..ni i . .. Valla on Ju 21 am) 22 Shrill hi , 7 i. ... J . ,w mnut tne amount ytu paid for railroad fare will be credited to you on jour Davmenta- ami ptttMlml wattr righh are stud you for less tban othr sections a.k for simolv ibe aur nuhU without tha land. ,Vs better Un U tiltttanywhtre s tartk fur lunimr ,., iiuuni., piwij ui formation call on or aditr-.., JP L. MARY, Msssgsr Celsn.s lia Immlgnilo Cs , I BSOWNULL HWQl, " .-CO. H 71 A-HwXs mm $ if t , THE OPELT. Cor. 9th & Q Sts., Lincoln, Neb. Makers Paper in the West. great Allianoe, Populist and Indus TBI VALLEY. COLORADO. peas. hops, beans. I a is Enough Land. ' under the conditions of prooer irrl. tnn..n, .. . i . r...t. . ". in ina irnaa hAnaa a. a. r-i . w . . . nu liL . 7 luu, rilinihl laM. atlU ail Other In- LIH00LR, NEB BICYCLES. FOR-nr: BargainQa,.,. . . . . WRITE E. R. GUTHRIE 1540 O ST.. LINCOLN. NuD.