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SERVED HOT AND COLD TO SUIT OUR READERS What tha Faopla Arc Baying, aad Thinking. Dolaa One of the greatest reformers of this 'or an j other age was Wendell Phillips. Henry Clay was a great orator and statesman; Daniel Webster was a profound constitutional lawyer; Bufus Choate reached the public heart through the brilliancy of his speeches, but as a humanitarian Phillips tow ered above them all. He knew that slavery was wrong and his keen judg ment told him it could not exist. By tiie same intuition he saw that labor would also free itself. In a speech in 1873 he said: ' I hail the labor movement for two reasons, and one is that it is my only hope for democracy. At the time of the anti-slavery agitation, I was not sure whether we should come out of the struggle with one republic or two, but republics I know we should still be. I am not so. confident, indeed, that we shall come out of this storm as a republic unless the labor move ment succeeds. Take a power like-the Pennsylvania Central railroad and the New York Central railroad and there is no legis lative independence that can exist in its right. As well expect a green vine to flourish in a dark cellar as to ex pect honesty to exist under the shad ows of these upas trees Unless there is a power in your movement, indus triously and politically, the last knell of democratic liberty in this Union is truck, for as I said there is no power in one state to resist such a giant as the Pennsylvania road. We have thirty-eight one-h rse ejfislatures in this country, and we hate got one man like Tom Scott, with :i50,000,000 in his hamls; and' if he walks through the states they have no power. Why he need not move stall. If he smokes as Grant does a puff of waste smoke out of his mouth upsets the legisla ture. , "Now there is nothing but the rally ing of men against money that can contest with that power. Kail y indus trially if you will; rally for eight co-operation; ral y fr such a banking power in the gov.-rnment as would give us money at 3 per cent "From lioston to New Orleans, from Mobile to Koibesttr, from Baltimore t St Louis, we have now but one purpose; und that is having driven all other political questions out of the arena, having abolished slavery, the oly question left is labor the rela tions of capital and labor. The night before Charles Sumner left lioston for Washington the last time, he said to me: 'I have just on more thing to do for the nrgro to carry the civil rights bill; and after that is passed, I shall be at liberty to take up tne question of labor " A short time atro Henry Watterson of the Louisville Courier-Journal said he had "reached the sublime position where he didn't care what happened." lie was then referring to the broken pledges of the democratic party. A few days ago he said i i his paper that, "The de nocr its of the country won't shed m my tears if the Oregon elec tions yesterday resulted in such re publican victories t s will keep Uov. l'ennoyer out of ihe United States senate." This shows exactly the sentiment of the democratic leaders. Gov. Pen noyer's opponent is the present in cumbent, Senator Do'ph, who is a ramp nt McKinl-y protectionist, a g ild bug, a natinI ba k shark and a combination of all that the demo crats have denounced as mean in the republicans. Y t he li preferred to l'ennoyer, who is Populist and is in favor of nearly a 1 thoe things which the democrats pretend to b- in favor of This is an additional proof that the lesders of th.J o old parties are 'hand in glove" with each other " The Chicago Times is one of the democratic paper thut don't wear a collar or belong to the cuckoo Hook. In summing up th causes which have produced the present industrial de pression it says- "Class legislation which gives special privileges and "protection" to the few nt the ex pense of the many, lacing the con. trol of the l ircuUt njr medium in the hand of Individuals and paralyzing trade Itaiuonetlsatlou of sl'ver aid the contract ott of Ihe curieney, MoiloHiU" of U d Hud of public franchises, A fl system f taxation, under whl 'li production is I urUncd and dla OlIl'MiftHl Bwr of Ointment far Catarrh That Contain llsrcurj, Birt 'ir wilt nr V dtrur tS iia f iltalt u raiitrljf drf h whma y lm k miui II ibr-Mtiik ib MtutHtitaaur (.. iit at lit l ah ml'l iir l until ctin n prom tiiiiu ti.nu riuii'i ii-ti ( lallS. 1S tlllil Kill tf.i I UM M4 lu ll.e iittul ru iM.ily ilrir truia tfcm tl . I t ....... . . ... .. ........ ... 1 L U I " t . .......U fc. . rl.l.. ....... ........I... ft... .... euff.sat ! Uaai, tu i t niir. anlii tlirwlijr H (.'! l tlltHKl tit in'IOMIk HlfftWMNI ll IS lim It. I'iil-J t'n.ar.h Cut Iw Ihrt f" rvi im wmii... it in laawn iair ii,B.imu laTuivti.t iihistijr ' t 1 1) a 1vMiua tt t. Move IViIa Pills cure Nsefaltta. WHAT ABOUT THE PLiTFOBM. Continued from 1st psge). government work for the unemployed. There are many resson why tbe Stw should own and control this bustsess and hy sush a course would prove a more satisfactory solution for th evils iticidt-nt to that traffic, than would pro hibition under existing conditions. Of the many valid reasons why tl t should lif done we herewith append a few. And until there claim can he refuted, by our prehlbltion friend, It would seem to us as if all who favor temper ance and morality can conscientiously rally under the banner. We claim that state ownership and control will accomplish the following results, viz: I, It will eliminate the element of private and public gain. II It will take the saloon out of pol itics. III. It will give perfect local option IV. It will leave no ground for tbe argument against sumptuary legisla tion. V. There will be no wine rooms. VI. None will be drank on the prem- isls. VII. No police force will be necessa ry to enforce the law as priyate indi viduals will be unable to get It to sell; and could the;, there would be no In duct meat as it would be Impossible for them to compete with the stale, who wl ) sell at cost. VIII Tbe salary of the agent will not depend on tbe quantity sold, hence be will not be interested in holding out special inducements for any one to buy. IX. All will be sold in original pack ages at actual cost: hence there will he no chance for the agent to become dis honest ai d "knockdown " X. The litigation necessary to en force the law will be practically nil. XI. There will be no bootleg agents as under prohibition. XII. There will be no Inducement 'ur the people to become perjurers in order to screen any one. XIII. There will be no costly flx'urts, pool and billiard tables to attract the public to such places. XIV. There will be no trouble about selling after regular hours. XV. It will then be simply the peo ple's appetite against a moral question, as all financial and personal interests will have been eliminated. XVI. Finally, prohibition will then come naturally and easy, providing the truffle still proves itself a curse, as none will be Interested financially In its sale, Tbe Populists in Alabama, Illinois, Massachusetts. Kansas, Vermont and Mtine have already taken this stand, and it remains to be seen if we of this state will do our duty in this particular. Respectfully, ' Da. H. S. Aley. Brown County Instructs for Kern and Stewart, A INS WORTH, Neb., July 22, 1894. Editor Wealth Makers: Tbe electors of the People's Indepen dent party of Brown county, held their county convention in Ainsworth July 2 st and elected their delegates to the state congressional senatorial and rep resentative convention. Delegates to state and congressional conventions were instructed for Hon. O. M. Kern for congress from 6th district as first choice, and Hon H G. Stewart, state senator from the 14th senatorial district as first choice for state senator. All delegates elected to theeeconven tion will attend, 'and will driye toBrok- ea Bow with teams. Kespect'ully, C. W. Pattir. Tbe Wagon Brigade Is the bo. Babtlett, Neb , July 17, 1894. At the meeting of the W heeler County Central Committee, the 14th Inst., the Idea of attending the state convention with four-horse teams met with favor and a committee wss appointed to re' port at the convention. A great deal of enthusiasm hss already been aroused and a number have signified their in tontlort of attending. Reports from other countUs are that they are doing likewise.' A lUtlo i ftort put forth by tbe press iart now will make the Inde pendent sta e convention one long to be remembered. Lot u make that effort Your for the cause, Chester Uhown. GlT off the fault. Tur Isn't room fir everybody, says tho millionaire. The earth it our a 4 v'v got a fence around It, All drussUts sell lr. MIW Nerve P1 eaters. Hair ltat- Id Hot ttrliltfe, H Via lb llurllnitton tmi. I). Kv" rjt Friday during July and August lh P.urltngton ltt ll l round trip tlckut tu Hot Spring, S I) , at lhi un way rW. TkkctsgKod for I'tdays This substantial reduction from tariff rates bring a trip to this greatest of western Health rvtvru witbln every one's reach. Consumpllvrs, rhcuroa- tits, sutTwrer from every HI that Ilth I heir to, will make no mistake If they take atlvaotage of this opportunity l ull Information upon application to local 11 & M U. it. agent, or to J t'rt, !. r. & T. A, Hurilogum I tout, Omaha, Nebr. Use Northwestern lt to Chicago, Uwratos. 'at trains, OfflMtSJm OFFICERS STATE ALLIANCE. President, w. . Dale, Atlanta. Vlca-Prw., Prof. W. a. Jones. Hasting, ftocaetarr, Mrs. J. T. Kellle. Han well. Treasurer. James Cameron, Beaver City. J. H. Poweta, btate Lecturer. Cornell. W. F. Wrlffht. State Ursanlzer Alllanaa Aid. Bethany, Neb. Bzaovrrvs oohhirii Chairman, I. N. Leonard, Lincoln. E. Boderman, Bertraad. C. W Young, Wilson villa. CM. Lemar, Wahoo. J. M. Dlmmlck, Haoon. THE WEALTH MAKERS ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. BY MBS. J. T. KELLIE. SSO'T. Alliance Manual notes, by John H. Powers state lecturer of the Nebraska s ate F. A. & I. TJ. This little book contains answers to the questions asked in the. Alliance Manual, by one who is as well qualified as any one in the state to five tbe position of the Alliance on eaca question. Carefully study, and wht-n you differ with the answers given send a statement of the difference to tbe state secretary with the reasons for your belief. This wtll be esteemed a favor, ss It will stimulate thought by all, and a we are all students it may help us sooner to arrive at. the truth which shall make us free. The notes can be obtained of J. H. Powers, or of the state secretary at Hartwell. Price 10 cen's. A linnce No. 2304 of Boyd county has reorganized and Is taking In a great many new members and preparing for ao'iv and intelligent work. President W. F. Dale addressed the largest gathering ever assembled in that part of the county at Atlanta, recently, ou the subject of the great strike and Ihe principles thereof. He asked at the end for criticisms or difference of opin ions, but none were offered, although many were there who had bitterly op-po-d tbe position a short time before, so ta ball gathers as it goes. Nemaha county Glen Bock Alliance No. 409 has reorganized, after bavirig been asleep a long time. Sherman county Secretary writes to have Brother Powers dates In that county changed so as to be at Ashton August 6, Loup City tbe 7th, and Litch field. He says, "If we had raised a crop our (Gracchus) Alliance would have in creased in numbers at a great rate. I read your paper on co-operation at our eetlog. Whether it will do any good or not I do not know; but the drouth here Is brioglng a good many to see tbe advantage of co-operation, and the great strike is bringing a great many to see the necessity of government ownership of railroads. I tblnk old Groveran4 Providence are working out some of our socialist doctrines In great shape for us. J E. M. State Lecturer Powers' Dates. Aug. 2, North Loup, Valley ,? 3, Ord, 4"' ii .ii .it i it i i. i ii 4, Mlra Creek,- . " 6, Ashtont" "Sherman 7, Loud City, 8, Litchfield, 9, Hazard, t ii it 10, Dannebrog, Howard 11, Elba, " 13, St Paul, " 15, Doniphan, Hall 16, Kenesaw, Adams 17, Fairfield, Clay 18, Clay Center, " 20, Sutton, " 21, Stockham, Hamilton " 22, Aurora, " " 23, Pilllps, ' The friends of the Alliance are re quested to make soy change in the ap pointments in their respective counties that they may think best and to notify The Wealth Makers and the secre tary of the state Alliance of the same as soon as possible. They are also request ed to publish tbe notices in their county papers and by posters when deemed best. Please rnn-mber the financial help the lecturer gets will b from you as the state treasury Is empty. J. II. Power. Leotursr, Staie .illlance. Convention of the First Goiigreaslon.. al UUtrlot. Lincoln. Neb., July 27. 1804. The 1'eouk'n IndiiU(1nt eU-c ors of tne first Cong rtstoai iitrlot uf Ne bracks, are hereby renu-.ieU to elect and send delegates fti.to tuelr rr.pto live counts to meet in convention at tbe city of Tocutntmb, Neb , on Thurs day, Au.u.t 30. at 2 o'i lock p to.. fr tbs purpose of nominating una Candida's for congress and for the ransactoa tf such other buna as may proiwrl come bofore the convention. Tbe basis of representation will be on deli-gat at-larjfe fur vauh county In tbe ul.tuot and one Stlitittonal dlo- liaie tor vacn oni numiroa voles, or majority fraction then of, cat in for Silas A llolooutb for judge of the supremo covut, which give the folio litg vim bv C' untl.'.: r. ,,,.,,11 u hr(..i ,,"t 4SU ,, ,. .. ,,,, t t'a m hp, ,. . lw .r , i KaMiaaa ....it Tutal-. ..,,..,. .MI . , H We woutii nci.iumuini tliinotnrfl be allows, aut that the dclra'e prvt ent cat tti fall voU ti which tbulr r p4Uv oounllihi sre entitled. D. N, Jt)MM(iM, ItU'st AM YtifHi!, t'halruiau tkvieury. d NurlhwwsUirn Una raw, last trains. to ChUsyo Uffioe 1131 Low O Take Thk WjuLTM Maihs, ARiaQEDDON, THE BE W B05Q BOOK Our new song book. Armageddon. has been delayed by the music typo graphers, but it Is now rapidly ap proaching completion. We expect to have It ready for dell very by August lutb, and call attention of the local workers every where to It. It will, bv Its heart-touching, battle-breathing and educating and uniting truth greatly arouse the people, and there is enoueh of the humorous element In the songs to attract all classes. Armageddon. we must believe, will be a great moving and enthusing power In the present campaign, ana until tne worsen oi tne world win tbe final battle which shall give them perfect justice. It Is a pro- auoi oi tne times, lor tne people, the words beinsr written and anlntA1 h one who has both suffered and studied. It 1 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 music ss well as new words, muslo suited to the stirring thought. The price of tbe book will be 35 cents a single copy, 30 .cents by the dozen. Send orders at once to The Wealth MAKERS Publishing Co., Lincoln, Neb. If fcnii hava a hnn If you have cow, If you have a horse, If you have a farm, or anvthlnir altia that vnn want, in man ana don't know Just where you can find a buyer ...ADVERTISE... ; -IN- The Wealth Makers, and voti will be most agreeably surprised at tbe result. Write (or advertising rates to ADVERTKDfO DEPAETMEHT, ; WEiXTH MAKERS PUB. CO.. "v'""' 'V' 'V:- Lincoln, Neb Three Cent C::aiUD. 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Irrigated Farm Lands -IN FERTILE SAIl LUIS THE SAN LUIS VALLEY, COLORADO, Is a strateh of level plain about I as large as tne State of Connecticut, lylnjr nei t-ntTmizLr j t i ot lofty mountains and watered bjr tls Illo GTZjli Urn til a r J i or mora of small tributary itmum. Ti .v w". ri . The mountains are covered with (treat Oepea cl tr-. 'i ' j-tf'l V furnish the irrigating canals with water for the farmers' crops. The Climate is IJiiiivkled. Almost perpetual sunshine, and the elevation of sbo 1 7,000 feet dispels all malaria, nor are juoh pests as chinch bugt, weevil, e., found there. Flow ing artesian wells are secured at a depth, on an avenge, of about 100 feet and at a cost of about 125.00 each. Such Is the flow that they are belns util ised for irrigating the yards, garden and vegetable crops. The pressure is sufficient to carry the water, which Is pure, all through the farmers' dwell " Irrigation. Already several thousand miles of large and small irrigating canals have been built and several hundred thousand acres of lands made available for farming 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 wheat crop in Nebraska, for instanoe. would more than equal the cost of irrigating canals to cover the ntlre state so lmpo tant is the certainty of a full crop return to any agricultural state The San Luis Valley will grow . 1 wuiturai SUM. Spring wheat oats, barley, peas, hops, beans, potatoes, vegetables and all kinds of small fruits s and many of the hardier varieties of apples, pears and all Kinds of citerriss. In the yield ol all these products hat never fan turpastdd by any other tec tum on th'u continent. Forty Acres Enough Land. Forty acret it enough land for the farmer of ordinary means and help Be sides the certainty of return, the yield, under tbe conditions of proper Irri gation, will av-rage far mom tban the 1 60-acre farms in the MImIssIdpI and Missouri Valleys, and the outlay for machinery, farming stock nur c hase money, taxes, etc, are proportionately less. There are a hundred thousand acres of such lands located lu the very heart of the San Luis Val ly, all within six miles of the Denver k Klo Grande Railroad, convenient marsew and shipping stations, for sale at $15 00 per acre. Most of these lands are fenced aod, have been under cultivation and in many ins'arcea nv wells ami surae buildtofs. evfrrytblnn rady to proceed at once to be gin farmlntf, A tmalt tain payment only Is required where Ihe purchaser Immediately ccupk-s the premises, a- d lonif time at seven per cent, inter est Is granted for the deferred payment. , A Specially Low Homeseekers Rate will be mada.tou, your family and friends. A large party will lave for tile Valley on July 81 and 22, Should you settle on these lands t acsv-t you paid for ratlrosd fare will benvdlted o you on your pay me a Vi; f"l ttmtmhtr the land Jsperfoctly and Ihormykly imgnttd, and the land and pnmtu&l vattr rijhh are sold you for less than other sections ask for simply the wUr ru'hu without the land. A'o bttler lim it txistt anyschtrt on earth For further particulars, prices of land, railroad fare, and all other In formation call on r add re", a I Masagsr BR0VNCLL BLOCK. .- j i v THE OPELT. Cor. 9th 4 Q 8ts., Lincoln, Neb. 9 5 0 P 9 9 9 9 9 J Makers Paper in the West. great Alliance, Populist and Indus. THE- VALLEY. COLORADO. i I J Colsrstfo Lsns A Immlgrstlss Ce., LISOOLN, HEB BICYCLES. Bargains ...WRITE E. R, GUTHRIE, 1540 O ST., LINCOLN. N2D.