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August 2, 1S9I THE WEALTH MAKERS. i A CrawfUh Company. Under the above heading the Papil lloa Times exposes the reprehensible methods of the Home Fire Insurance Company of Omaha As many of the farmers of Butler county have their homes and barns insured in this com pany, we deem it proper to let them know with what kind of an outfit they are dealing. We quote from the Times' article: "Every careful business man.mecban ie or farmer carries insurance upoa his home. It is his duty so to do, and be should be very careful in placing his risk to give it to a company whoso rec ord for square dealing is above reproach. It is a duty incumbent upon the editor of a newspaper to lay bare to public gaze the unfair deeds oi any insurance com' nanv doing business in the commun ty where the newspaper is published. 1'ke Times regards tbe expose of evil one of its most sacred duties, and that duty it performs witnoui iear or iavor. With this brief statement we shall now proceed to discuss the merits of the trouble between Hon. Clarence Keyes and the Home Fire insurance compaoy of Omaha. Every reader of this paper has beard of tbe trouble, but few Know the facts. Tbe loss occurred several weeks aero, but we have waited this long for presentation of tbe details in order that we mignt give uie compaoy time- to refute the damaging cnarges soiree lv in circulation. In reply to ft request for a statement of facts regard log tbe trouble, Mr. Kevcssald: 'There is little to tell. The com nan v delibei ately robbed me of $500 My bouse and contents were Insured for , ' j.,000. My loss was far above that fig pre. The adjuster for the company did not deny tne amount oi ions ciaimea lie aid not call on me until about two weeksaftertbelossoccurred: He came with insinuations of wrong doing on my part, and flatly denied any liability un der the policy. He claimed that be cause 1 had placed a little incubator ou my porch that by so doing I had made the policy void. My policy permitted tbe use of coal oil lamps in the nouse, and as my incubator burned a coal oil lump, I fall to understand now its pre ence could affect my policy. Well, to make e. long story sbort, the company told me I could take toOO or nothing. I was confident I could collect the $1,000 at law, but that meant being kept out of my money for two or three years, and ' having to pay a few hundred dollars for attorneys I knew it was a steal, but, after looking at all sides of the situation, I concluded to accept tbe $500, as I want to build me a new nome Djiore com weather comes. I gave the company t receipt in full for tbe I50u in full setile' ment, reserving the right, however, to r believe that I was robbed of .00 by f slut .n xi Im wavnrn fnm f.hct I1httt bUBb UUUJauj V l M U VK vuw ality (?) of the company J wrota a rec. ommendation, which it is safe to say will not be published by the company In reply I received from the sl-ek sec retary of tbe corporation a very abusive letter, in which I was pictured as a monster,'" H re follows a letter from Coas. J. Baker, of tbe company, to the Times, in which be claims that tbe $500 paid under tbe $1,000 policy wis purely and simply a donation. Liberal company that, that jrlves a man $500 wben it V-avers that he has no claim against it Jnbatever. But continuing the Times says: "The company sent Its gut Mr Fitch, down to Paplllion to talk to tbe editor of the Times. Tbe gentl-nun was gentlemanly only in spot tin, like tbe sleek st cretarvof hisrorapao)', denied ny responsibility under the policy. We asked wby, if tbere was no responsibility be bad pild cent of trie loss? He graciously repl'ed that U w all through cnurteey. He conMnur-d: IW. ..r,rii at. if. mut, lilru t.Vilc- k'wupa i'tf; would liave sued us for tb full amount - -.at . . . j 1 1 ... .. . A oarpy county jury, rr jfnroiem w evi dence, would hive given him all he aked f r Of course e ouid curry the case to toe surem court, and have tbe' j'idgmen'. of thf lower court r vp.rf.e,d, bui that, would ot. u $.jt0 for lawyer, so we jut concluded to give Ke.ve tbe roomy instead of giving it to the lawyers.' We tben suggested to tbe gentleman that if hi company regarded Srpy county i eople as persons who bad no sense of honor, and wlo would violate their oitbs as jurors, that hie company did 'O'. M't on jood bulnesit prlnciplc wben It did bustnes with such a com munlty of rascals, but he, deigned no reply Taking the statements of Mr Keye and fa's nelgbb irs, together witu to written ftateir ent o' the company, and then mixing Mr. Fitch's statements with 'be whole, we are enabled to f-rra an opinion as to the merit of the cae, ad tba orVnlon iu brief Is that the Home Kiro Insurance company Is now holding $5(K) which ought to rw pa'e ful n poking In the pocket of Clarence HVKeye." ' , Tbe farmer of Butler county hid better look out for this cmoany D, D Brinr it the awnt for farm lmur ano for the Home Fire Insurance Com pany David City Vr. Tamea UuHselt Lowell, in hi later year, ao a current t..ry .f him ruua, sent an artiolu ho Usui prrparnd with natch earn uml Mmly to the Altantlo Moutlily ovnr the hitriiature of uu uu knuwu H)r-.. n. It ivui tKvlined "with many thank." I,m,. thu wot It nvir IiUowii num.. i.i aimther editor, fc ho gratefully aoviit.it it. Unlike the Dutch Process No Alkalies -. Oilier Chnuiails )V. It A K Kit k COtt iBreakfastCocoa It Mmr4it () ftw It to UwitfcMM, kKMMMMiig, tt4 StaiiV fe.k?t M, BAKER ft C0,DorchiUr, Hut 91 ? in ff f lit!! PICTURES AND PAINTERS. Holbein was only sixteen years old when first engaged in painting altar pieces for the cnurches in Basle, Hogarth was an engriver.and before turning his attention to art, made his living by engraving coats of arms. Durer was the son of a goldsmith. and, showing an appreciation of art, was apprenticed to a draughtsman. Fra Bartolomeo was the intimate friend of Raphael, and is believed to have finished many pictures planned or sketched by the latter. ' Orcagna's "Last Judgment,? now in the Campo Santo at Pisa, was, in the fourteenth century, deemed the greatest picture in the world. Imtoretto s real name was Jacozo BobustL He was calleJ Tintoretto from being the son of a dyer, the word Tintore having that meaning1. Van Dyck has never been surpassed in ability to draw the features and hands of sitters. There in as much character in his hands as in his faces. iiapnaei s pictures are oiten so thinly 'painted that the pen strokes on the canvas made for the guidance of the painter are visible through the layers of color, Cimabue's "Madonna," now in the church of St Maria Novella in Flor ence, when finished, was carried from his house to the church in solemn procession, with bands of ruusle and great pomp. Murillo died of injuries caused by a fall from a scaffold in a church in Cadiz. lie had just finished a picture and was admiring it, when, stepping backward to get a better view, he made a misstep and fell. Michael Angelo was equally great as painter.Bculptor, and architect. In order to paint figures properly he de voted twelve years to the study of anatomy alone. His monument to Pope Julius II. was on so grand a scale that the church of St l'eter in Rome was altered with a view to affording a suitable place for its re ception. The tomb was afterward modified in plan and placed in another church. His "Last Judgment" re quired seven years to execute, and was nnlshea when tbe artist was nearly seventy-eight. MEN AND WOMEN. The latest photograph frame is of parchment Bald-headed men prefer to have their their photographs taken with hats on. The queen of Korea has a woman physician who is paid a sal ary of 815,000 a year. Wives come cheap at Columbus, Wis. A resident of that place recently secured one for three cords of wood. June was the month which the Ro mans considered the most propitious season of the year for contracting matrimonial engagements. . Liihhop John M. Walden of the Methodist Episcopal church, began his life by working on an Ohio river flatboat for fifty cents a day. The Rev. Dr. Philip S. Moxom of Springfield, Mass., has two members of his congregation who come every Sunday from Boston,, 100 miles away, to hear him preach. "Uncle" Abe Walker, aged 70 years, and Miss Ethel Van Buren, 17 years old, of New York city, have been married at Com mac, L. I., the culmina tion of an engagement secured by ad vertising. , A pointer dog has gotten its master, James D. Brewster, of Wolcott, N. Y., in trouble by devouring vegetables belonging to neighbors. A neighbor ing farmer has brought action against Brewster "for trespass and malicious mischief by canine proxy." So far a sum of nearly 3.000,000 has been subscribed by the Chinese offi cials for the purpose of celebrating the sixtieth birthday of the empress dowager of China. But even this enormous sum is not deemed sufficient, and 12,000,001) more are called for to make the celebration upon what the advisers deem au appropriate scale. ODDS AND ENDS. Mexico four times larger than France. "Your honor' is now devoted to udges. English judges are addressed as "x our lotMsinp. North Carolina now probably leads all the Southern states in the matter of popular edudution. . In several European countries, in cluding Franco ami Belgium, elec tions are always held on Sunday. Apoplexy is most common In France, tiier being 3oo deaths in every tO.tW) annually from the cause. In England a woman may marry again aft-r the whereabout of her husband liavt been unknown for seven year, but he may return at any time ami claim her, the Mecoud marriage being null and void. Few people ehooe HarU fur an en gugetuent ring, a pearl are uppwed tn typify tear. They are aluu too pilsliulle to Ii-eiii0 riiibleius of love, w liU-h, in lu llrt if low at leant, U always uiul.TtiHi-l to m lude slruelibl. An bnittteut prize-ligliter In )Urt frd, Conn . vm wn very proud of lit mutete, uu lert'Milt to slujf u lu otvimivu eit'uen, Tim vitUcii dixlgvd and thi tighter fell irver a barrel into a rellar way, 1'nUi. Wily tit ne'nk was nt lirokru. "Money Is titfUt. U the legend that apiwar on the !g in a .Sew York ltiUr' wlu.tow, vxplsMatury tt hi Iuwptk, l iitlU attention tu tbe wnls by a dU In il.ll,r lull. Five ot Ihent are hw, una for the body, twa each for arm and Ug They are Wnt and twittvi into the loimol a irrievHi.ly tntU WU ht K' and led tj card. The bea t Uailvrr dollar, and II is erowaed witti a little fvti hat MVI Great Advance Made in the Last Few Tears. Tbe Story of a Man Whs Has Lately Been Cured of thai Terriblt Disease, ' Locomotor Auxia. (From the Philadelphia Record ) . Very little is heard by the general public of the great discoveries in medi cine, ana the countless scores of Uvea that are saved by the advancing know! edge of medical science Diseases. wnich a few years ago baffled the most eminent physicians and Wtre believed to be absolutely incurable, succumb to day as reaany as tbe most trifling all ment JNo one, perhaps, has better cause to appreciate this than Richard A. Willlan, of Bust:etoo, Pa Mr Will lan is a retired calico print manu facturer, and before his health began to trouble mm he carried on an exten sive business, both in Bustleton and Holmesburg. He Is Hfty-three years of age, has traveled widely, and is a man ot more tnan ordinary education and in teikebce. A reporter who visited htm louuu nlm strolling leisurely througn the grounds surrounding hit pleasmt home. Mr. Willlan was at first decided ly averse to the unwelcome publicity hlch he felt would follow the story of his case In the newspapers. Keallzlng, nowever, that it might be tbe means ot bringing relief to others who were suf- erlng as he had suffered he finally con sented. ' I'll it had not been for one of the re- ceat discoveries of medical scleneo, I believe 1 would be lying helpless In bed lLatead of enjoying this stroll," he be gan. "My troubles really date back to veral severe falls 1 received when a young man, but I suffered no great in convenience until 1888. My first vensa- t.on was great difficulty in walking. A, this feeling grew more intense I finally called in a well known nhvslcian oi Holmesburg, who immediately told me mai i naa locomotor ataxia, and piacfcd me under active treatment. Ic- tead of getting better I seemed to grow worse, and I was scarcely able to got around. A year after I became his patient be told me that he would have to give me up. He gave me to understand mat i must resign myself to a condi tion of utter helplessness until death come to my relief, At last I got so that I could not walk at' all; my limbs went back on me entirely, and I was just able to sit up. I then called in Dr. nun, men in rnliadelphla, and now a resident of Chicago. He recommended sun baths, and I had a sun-parlor erect ed for tbe purpose, but ray trouble did not yieia to sucn treatment, and finally 1 abandoned it. In April last. I re ceived a letter from a Mr. Grantier, a friend of mine in Elmira, N. Y., telling me how a new medicine called Dr. Wil liams Pink Pills were performing as tonishing cures in the severest nerve diseases and advising me to give them a trial. Not knowing thescientiflc nature of Dr. Williams' remedy, aid believing iu at it was an ordinary medicine, 1 was at first inclined not to bother with it. BuiI rt fleeted that in my miserable condition it could do me no barm at leant, and I nent to the drug store and purcnast a one box. Alter tbe third hex I began to feel some benefit. My whole system eteintd better. I keot tsKiDg tne pule, ana one day to my gnat joy I discovered that I could walk a little. From that time on mv re covery has been rapid. Now, after us ing 'PiLk Puis for five months, from a co cj oi ion oi utter beirlessnesB I am able to walk one mile everv dav with out inconvei iecce. I take my one-mile spin sround tbe house every day now. I haven't walked that distance before for three yeais, I find that I can ascend the billy rosd which leads to our house with ete. I noticed a general Improve luenl in my btalth from week to week. and my net no longer feel as though they wer wrlghtea down withlad. 1 ascribe this wonderful change solely to Pitik Fills. My mother Is verv entnus- ibtic over the Pills, and thinks Dr. Williams ought to have bis great dis covery proclaimed from the housetops." An analysis of Dr. William's Pink rills snows that they contain, in a con dtUeeu form, all the elements necessary io give new life and richness to the blotd and restore shattered nerves They are an unfalliDg specific for such dUe8es as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, scia lea, nt uialgia, rhtumatlsro, nervous bend ache, tbe sfter effect of la grippe, pal pitation of the heart, pale and sallow complexions, all forms of weakness eitu-r In male or female, and all dis eases resulting from vitiated bum-rs in the blo d Pink Pills are sold by U dealer, or will be sent pot paid n re ceipt of prce, (f0 cents a box, or six U xefl for $2.50 they are never ild in bulk or by tbe 1001 bv addrendn Dr. isms' Medicine Co.. S henectadv. N. Y or Brtckville, Oat. Tobacco Destroyed HI Nerves, and Stomach and Injured His Health."' Valparaiso. Ind., Nov. 2fl, 1892. Grmi men:-1 un d three box ol NU-M) HAU. aiid iidettroyod my tssw for toUix o. IM. re I began iu uo 1 bad vry or health hart trouble, ami my nerves wt-re I1 gum", in fact, m health was so bad that I sold my .(rand -nla vrsr out tl 'doors to Improve m b. alth; I was too nervous to work .N't-TO WAC rurvd me, and my ht kith is better than it ba txmn for many and many a day, and I am only ton glad to five you th lit rty to use this ktatrnit-M, in oidtr that many othrrs, wboaro Ulug destroyed b tbe use f tobacco, iiisy It and h savd, . fsitrn..d ) T. il. lUitr. NO-lO HAC UaNuUiUdvifiia'rnUd U i-ure any form uf the fciheiv i hat it; you tn buy it at U. T. Clark rujf f. I.I noil o, Neb,, our Striata, fall and lf--t a cjf of mr II tlo tus.k, tnt!tli ' IKiu't Tobaeoo Mptt r Muioao 'or Ufa Away," nisi It HI tit Vitt wtF W ... eatfiW lltWtttl MftSSh. . SINE MEDICINE FACTS AND FIGURES. The purchasing power of money in the days of the Roman emperors was about ten times what it is now. The first book published in Ken tucky, "A Process in the Transylva nia Presbytery," was printed in 17K3. The bequest of James Smithson of $500,000 for the foundation of the Smithsonian institute at Washington was maae in lSJti. , The banner year for railroad build ing in this country was, 1877. In that year 12,878 miles of new track were completed and put in operation. A mile is only about eighty-seven per cent of a knot, the latter being, approximately, 6,083 feet in length, while the statute mile measures 5,280 feet Some idea of the slaughter of ele phants can be had from the fact that in Zanzibar alone some 500,000 pounds of ivory are marketed every season from the tusks of 10,000 elephants. Some trees live a very long time. It is known that trees have attained the followiugcges: Elm.335 years.eypress 350, ivy 450, larch 570, chestnut 000, orange (530, palm eno.olive 700,oriental plane 70, cedar 800, lime 1,110, oak 1,500, yew 2,800. Wben the elephant Jumbo was dis sected, a pint and a half of gold, silver, copper and bronze coins was found in his stomach. In the lot were coins of three kingdoms, two republics, fine dukedoms, two princi palities and one dependency. A course of lectures at the Royal institution which has created much intet-est is that by Capt. Abney, on color blindness. Excessive tobacco smoking has long been known to be an important factor in color blind ness, and Capt. Abney indorses the truth of this observation. Woman, says tbe Photo News, has always been credited with a better appreciation of color than man, and she may now take warning against any temptation to indulge in nicotine, either first band, in the form of cigarettes, or second hand, iu the use of railway carnages laoeieu "smoking." Anyone can obtain free sliver litera ture by addressing The Pan-American Bi-MetallicAsBOciation. Denver, Colo.. andenclosing postage for same. - Collect Cainpala-n Funds at the Primaries. Omaha, July 14, 1894, Editor Wealth Makers: I have just completed a trip through the south part of the state and I find several of the members of the party do not know that tbey are expected to raise money at the primaries for the state committee. In order to win the coming campaign the committee must have money to carry oa the campaign; and it is much better that the money be collected early than jnst before the campaign closes. Now I hope to see at least one dollar collected in each voting precinct at the time of the primaries are held, and the one dollar or more that is collected sent to the county con ventions and tbere all be put together and sent by the delegates to the state convention. In this way tbe committer will have something to open the cam paign immediately after tbe ronventlon Now every precinct can raise one dol lar, and no precinct should fall to send that much to the state convention. R-Jspectfully, D Clem Deaveb. I Errors of Youth.! OiD SUFFERERS FROM Nervous Debility, YomMm Indiscretions, Lost Manhood, BE YOUR OWN PHYSICIAN. SJ Many men, from the fftecu of youthful Impru- SI inner, htve brought about t of 'kiim fj that hu reduced th iteue ral .yrteni ao much aa to SB induiw alnumt every other dlKtanei and the r'' V MUM f tht trouble avareely ever belliK aH.rie.cted, they are doctored for everything but the ritnt one. W Ouring. our exteti.tva college and hoiiital practice a SJ we have diacovered new and concentrated rente- W diea. The accompanying prescription la odered j. V aa a OKRTAIli ANl M-KKIiy (it'll K, hundreiU o! w runt having been reitored to uerfect health by lt m uee after all other remedies hllcd. Perfectly pure am ingrelienta uiurt U UKd 111 the preparatlvu oflhu 0 pretcritHiou. 9 R KrythroyV" "ca. ) drachm. A Ji'fubebin, 4 drachm. aBj SJ Iteloniaa Diolia. , drachm. w (.eUemin, M grain. .... SI l it. ignatlai amara (alcoholic), I gralin. Kit. lepiandra, jjacruplea. 0 Olyermv, q. a. Mut. ilaka IB pllla. l ake I pill at p.m.. and another SJ on aoinf to bed. Thi remedy ! adaild to - M 9eaana in eilher e, ami mp.-rl.lly In thMie W oaeea re thing from impruaeiice. 1'lle recuierative ga ptxtere of thia reet..ralive are aeUmuhing. and lit w u cnllnued .r a aliortlimeehaiigealhe lauguid. m dlnlitate.l, nervaieaa contluioi lu uu of renea life and vigor. .... , W T.. thoM who would pffer to obtain H of u. hy m mnltting It, a aealed pa kage eonuing 111 ci li. fj w carefully r.,miioui.iled, III be aent by mall ffni SJ out private laboratory, or we will furnlah I pa. h. V aefc which will cure ukjI tt, fur i Mi MKffHitf owiAwml. EW ENGLAND MEDICAL INSTITUTE, J SJ 7 Tltmrn How, BHetl, ! BOOKS FOifl TUK MAMBfl. Get these books and our taper as fad as you eaa into tbe baadt si tie ffU, friends. Buy. read and - elrcslate. Address all orders to t&a Wicauu MKKim Tin. Co., l.lncolo, Nek. Tbe Nw KfuVnipilon ,,, A I'll- 1 or th UowinsI t'tvllUlln' lalVrno I.ioktiif iUfHward... Ths l 'Kt and tbe I'lea ,,. At: A Koel V'IwImb.,... . Co 'pttrailv i'aJtnmnwtaUh, . . .. If l'hrl t'niet to Cblt ago. Driven r'Am 8a lu rW,,,.,..,., leondun Money Power. .......... rirror In Oar MoaUrt clitUin on V :. M 1u .V) tife and the Itoniedy , , ,SA HU CeuturUsof Word aaj Wages ..'A Krd limn snd IUrri. , .... ltadtlii'itrrs aad H reaj. Winners V A tietW rinanelat MrtUm, or (2ovrsmoat lUok . , , , , . ,2S Tbe iKiiiif Man.,... A Tia Men of Mont Iied. ' ,H huh .rll'i Ud lloy ,10 Ha I'lvuBolal t'oiitplnuUs,..., ,10 Fourth District Congressional Con ventlon, Wahoo, Neb., June J, 1894. The People's Independent Party convention et the Fourth ('onirreiwlonal district ot the state of Notirnks U hereby called to meet at York, logout Sih, 1M94, at o'clock p. m., (or the purpose of placing In nomination one can didate (or Cw-trrews tor the Fourth Congres sional district ot Nebraska, and for tbe trena aclon of such other business as may properly come before the convention The basis of representation will be one delegate for each county at large, and one delt-gate for each 100 votra or major fraction ihurt-ef caxt fr Silas A. Holcorab for supreme Judgr In IS93. The several counties will be entitltd to representa tion as follows: Butler 131 Seward . Thayer.. York.... saline,,. Fiamore 14 Gage K Hamilton 13 Jefferson 7 Polk 13 Saunders 15 Total..... 133 It la recommended that no proxlrs be ad mitted and that the delegation present cast tbe full vote of their respective -ountles. W. H. Am Br, Chairman, Beatrice. W. O. Rahd, Secretary, Wahoo. People's Independent Party Con icreselonal Convention. ' The People's Independent party convention of the Sixth congressional district of the state of Nebraska, la hereby callod to meet at Broken Bow. Neb., August 13, W2, at 8 o'clock p m , for the pai-pose of placing In nomina tion ene candidate for congress for the Sixth congressional district of Nebraska, and for tbe transaction of such other business as may properly come before the convention, Tbe basis et representation will be one delegate for each county at large, and one for each 100 votes or major fraction thereof cast for Sllaa A. Hqlcomb for supreme Judge In 1H8 Tht several counties will be enttUed to repre sentation as follows: Arthur liMowaid .,, 0 Hoyd blKlmball , t Buffalo );Kelth , , 4 Hlulne , ljKeysPaba , 4 Bri,wn 4 Lincoln.., ,., , Box Butte , 6 Loup g Banner 81 Logan i I Cheyenne ., 6;McPhersou t Cherry 6 Rock , 3 Cutter ,. , , ..2T! Sherman t Dawes .., 7 Sheridan 10 Dawxon l.lSloux 3 Deuel , 4i!ctt Bluffs.. 3 Urant 8!Thoms 1 Oarueld.. , 8 Valley , 8 Ureeley 0 Hooker 1 Holt , 13 Wheeler 2 Total...... 201 Ills recommended that no pioxles be ad ARMAGEDDON. Prospectus of the New Song Book for the People. The editor of The Wealth Makers has devoted his spare time during the last two years to the 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 before us Is the battle of. the ages, the Armageddon of prophecy, the last great confict be twees greed and goodness. It Is the organized brotherhood of right, against ths legalized despotism of might. Truth has been spreading, love has beei growing, fraternal organization has been extending; and the increasing op pression of monopoly power is in theae closing years of the 19th century pr clpltating the final struggle. That it may be a peaceful political eoafUct -rX, agitate and ftray; but whether peaceful or otherwise It cannot be (t-rrtrl, It cannot be longer delayed, ; : - , V ' The new song book Is to be called "Abmaoeddos.' The 1&;rrwWeoB tain about 70 songs for the times, over half of them new, and half of the rest are nearly new aid famous, and the remainder are most carefully selected Fifteen of the numbers are a series of songs sent out by the writer two yean ago in sheet music form, under the general title of "Songs of tbe People.' Tbe titles of tbe songs which Armageddon will contain are in part as fol lows. GET OFF THE EAKTH. ARMAGEDDON. THE RALLYING SONG. TRUTH'S APPROACHING TRIUMPH IF I WERE A VOICE, No. 1, IF I WERE A VOICE, 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 HAVE THE TARIFF YE r. THE TAXPAYERS SETTLE THE BILLS. A POLITICIAN HERE YOU SEE. THE MILLENNIUM ARMY.' TH E FLAG OF LIBERTY. THE ALARM BEAT. THE ASTOR PRf NCE. THE WORKERS' BATTLE HYMN OF FREEDOM. THE COAL BARON S SONG. SONO OF THE MINERS. RIGHT SHALL REIGN. THE ONLY ROAD TO FREEDOM. BECAUSE UE LOVE1. JEANS PANTS A COM IN'. THE KINGDOM OF THE BEAST. Tbe above named songs bve monk of them been set to new musio fo the ftutbor and compiler by a ball dozen very excellent composers In Lincoln am Chicago. But a dozen or so of the tongi hve beo written by the editor of Thi WaVALTil Makers to bo Joined to world clbratd tunes French, German Austrian, KnglUh nd Scotch ttuch tuns as The Marsellalse, Die Wacht An Khelti. Austrian National Air, Gorman Fatherland, Robin Adair, i.o. The abov tni;i are sUs and quartettes with piano jtreludss sod accompany monts, also many for mixed voices. The musio cf most of the wngs is easy, and the more difficult cn bo handled by good voices with thrilling, wonderful effect. Un. C. It, Howard of Chicago, editor of the Farm, Field acd Fireside, ex. irvaaod hliuiwlf In tdo following wofj of praise and Siproclatioo ia revlewlol the CftHn mm it which have formed the nucleus of Armageddon: 'it hat hewn lrft to Mr. George Howard Gibson ta Introduce a nw tone tote the sonirs of tbe party, and to wruo a lories of (atriotlo songs which are hardly urMtd by aoy In our literature for lt(ilua of motive and real merit from a literary pointol view, while at the tame time they are not at all lacking ia lbs mutlcal qualltv which inuat evoeaaartly be preewnt before any soog touches lbs chord of ponilarliy, They are remarkable for their fervid patriotism and broad humanltv. Is fact, if the Peopla's fiarty rlacs to the patriotic level of theas xvti., we have little doubt of tu ultimate suoce a a party. The songs striks tbe whole octave cf human sympathy, MrkitDg humor, ka wit and bltiaf aairatu, aa wttl a the loftier patriotic themes, are touchtnt la turn by the tab Dfd aulhoff.4 No higher prale could be glvea the IS song, an t eertalely as much eaa be said rvgarding the ,0 soags of Armafsddna, whleh taslude the i sad furaiaa i much wider range and fullr treatment of the quoatioo cf human need a&4 right, They are full of pathos, atrtriotlssi an4 power, aad are not laralaf U humor, wit sad sarviMU. The hook will be ready ia a few weeks and wilt is) fold by the Wealth Makers Publishing Co. 3 Uneola, Nebraska mitted but that delegates present cast the rail vote of their respective counties. - J. H Ebmistbi, Chairman. J. W. EtxikGHAM, See. Head Quarters People's Party 5th, Congressional District. Hastings, Neb., June 15, 1804. The Peeple's Independent party elec tors of the Fifth congressional district of Nebraska are hereby requested to send delegates from their respective counties to a convention called to meet in the city of Holdredge oa Tuesday, the 14th day of August, 1894, at 10 a. m. Said convention is called for tbe pur pose of placing ia nominatloa a Peo ple's Independent party candidate for Congress in tbe Fifth congressional dis trict and to transact such other busi ness as may proporly come' before It. The basis of representation will be as follows: Ons delegate at large from each county, and one for every one hundred votes or major fraction thereof oast for Hon. Silas A. Holoomb for su preme judge In 18(13. The various coun ties are entitled to representation as follows: Adams ' 12 ftosoer A Chase S Hall 8 Clay 4 Harlan ' 9 Uund . 5 Hayes 3 Franklin 9 Hitchcock 7 Frontier 9 Kearney 10 Furnas n Nuokols 11 Perkins 6 Phelps 12 Red Willow 8 Webster 11 Total 156 It Is recommended bv the committee that no proxies beallowed and that del egates present be entitled to cast the full vote ot their county. Francis Phillips, H. B. McGaw, Chairman. Secretary. Ten Tons or Medicine Won't do you as much good as a week's stay at Hot Springs, S. D., the greatest health and pleasure resort In the West, The Burlington's local agent will gladly give you full Information, and also-lf you ask for it a beautifully illustrated folder. J. Francis, O. P. & T. A. Omaha, Neb. THE TIME OF DEUTERONOMY. LOSSES AND LIES. THE PAUPER'S LAST SMOKE. TIMOTHY HAYSEED. BILLY GRIMES THE DROVEn. SUNRISE ON THE HILLS," THE COMING KINGDOM. PLENTY OF ROOM; THE TRULY GREAT. CALLING THE (JOWS. VOICE OF THE MOONLIGHT. RAIN UPON THE ROOF. TOIL SHALL SOVEREIGN BE. A DROWNING CRY. . DREAM AND REALITY. THE HOME OF L1BERTY. AMERICAN NATIONAL HYMN(nef SOUND THE TOCSIN ENGINE OF REFORM s ONLY A PENNY A LOAF. USE UP THE LAST DOLLAR. OUR LINE OF DEFENSE. IT STUCK IN HIS CROP. HARK THE BATTLE CRY IS RING ING. THE HOPE OF THE AGES. THE MARCH OF THE WOUKERS. BATTLE HYMN OF THE WRONG EI MOLLY AND THE BABY. ON TO WASHINGTON.