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August 9, 1894.
THE WEALTH MAKERS i British Subjects, er American Free men? Maryland, Neb., July 6, 1894. Editor Wealth Makers: . Iu w ur )p-uo of June 28th, I find publication of ttie Buzzard, Buel, and the pauc circulars wiitx comment, all of which are heartily endorsed by me. It ha always been a query with me, and no diiuot. with thousands of others, why Eux'-i-d, through her capi'alis tic reDresenta'ives should at that time stick her bom into our business as nation? We have asked ourselves whether she took thto unusual Interest in our uaU.-nal stiairs Ot cause sne dearij lovtd our republic and earnestly nd Tunrloticallv desired our oerpetuitv , ,, and Weil DOing I In irylu w rtaon a sausiaciory soiu tion of tbts queries I have always run a?aiost the old Urn hypocrlcy so ctmracteiisilo of o'd Bilialn. When ever a nation abroad ruak- s aproposl- tlou to couuive with us I legislation to reduce labor to a d-gree where it must live or die, sink or owlm, survive or periBU without the fostering care of either the government or the individual Owner of such labor, iu fact proposing as the Buzzard cl t uar dots, to actu ftllv force labor to that condition, I am foreed to tne conclusion that such con nivance hxles no food to us as a nation, V but is intended as a means to loot us not only of our liberties but of our wealth as well. The stratest part oi it an, is the fact that any political party pro fessing loyalty to the flag of our country and the constitution ot tne united State, bonstimr u" the taciednets of our inctnut tons and the valor of our heroes who laid down their lives for their country and for liberty, should entertain for a single moment th monstrous proposition contained In that circular, and then with tke treachery of the midnight assasln ana tne vuiainy oi tne pirate on me mK contents into law. oircrm.... . iact mat any ioya. cmaen iiuu W1U- punction oi conswenco ' !- port a political p-trty responsible for. or asuentparinei io, mo i7CJJviwWu - 1 J 1 a. 1..l.1.iUH ..aK ariumaflll A ufn suca wtuiMiuu. Duu alty and desecration oi me people s ngnvs. rveu uuw, oiicuci "iugiKi oi a century of Its withering effects up- oniaoor, us aimost o progress, we find Democrats and Re- , ... .1 1 1 1. ... .1 system, though themselves brought to tne very verge ui uaulUF;j- ,UruKu its unhung, nuBnuK u,ro. Shame on the man who nas a drop oi blood in bis veins inherited from revolutionary ancestry, wno win stand up today and call this damnable policy blessed. What cares fcngiana lor us as a nation except as she may loot aod hinder usr Butwnator tne American citizen who Is a co-conspirator witn her in the work of subjugating the wealth producing element of this country, can he be actuated by a spirit cited and ready to destroy and annihll of patriotism? Can he be conscious that iate. one possessed of no redeeming ne is a true loyai citizen, lniereBtea as such in the iuinument ana perpetuity of popular government Mo: a thous- andtlmes.no. we nave now come to that period when there is no middle ground though sailing under cover of a political party name. If you are in favor of our present Eng- Huh system of finance, you have turned your back upon every soldier who gave hts life tor human ireecom. iou nave set your face against every principle enunciated in the declaration of Inde- penaence ana are toaay niaing Denina j . l . i a Hrlttsh red coat, li you are a loyal citizen you will not only denounce this system but get out of the party that up holds it, regardless of what mane it beai s. From the day that the New York Tribune made the declaration that the capitalists of the nation could now stop every wheel at a isomentV notice this class has waged a relentless boycott against labor, forcing the same to organize as a means of self preserva tion. Today we see capitalistic organi zation receiving the aid of the courts against labor organization under the .V pretense of maintaining law and order, but really to enforce Its decree to stop the wneeU of progress. These facts, true and glaring as they are, bring us to a fearful crisis. We have reached that point where It bet-onus our duty to decide whether we are for Great Britain, or the land nituleaored by our fallen heroes and the names of Wash ington, Jefferson, Jackson and Llnolo. God grant that the capUallMtlo power, backed by both old panic and th courts to drive us into an unwilling monarchical depotUm, may he driven la-k by such an overwhelming shower of ballots, from honest loyal eltUn, t al IU hydra headed form may m r hn seen again la the new world. Oh! my comrades, let u renew again our Mlowshlp asd pledge anew our (Uleiliy to our trot her wq now sWp In rriH) gra. Ob! fellow alttiens, fall ink) line and help bs oocw again o carrr our beloved tW to a triumphant vl hry. IM our wakhword from aow oa until 8raor Allen shall gra th presidential chs.tr W, Ijhur shall rule and raclul II. W.IUVRN Take Their tiath So It nsa4rslsof wagswrkerseoulda1g srsa staadlag room In Bricklayer's hall Eatut'day at th meeting to ratify the ao tlonof lhsraofle'soonvBUe)ia rtagteld, III. Hefor a slagl speaker J got on u.s (xauorut the tall wst wjg. I ea run or men and women. Window sills and gallery rails were occupied, and down each lonsr stair to the street the overflow patiently waited tocatch some stray word of the impassioned speeshes. oi. a. Madden rapped ror order president of the meeting, which had been arranged for by Charles Djld and the district committeemen appointed at the convention On either hand the chairs were filled with persons not usu ally neighbors. Tnere were union iabor leaders, single tax advocates, and Farmers' Alliance representatlvessand wiched between Populists, federation ist?, and reformers of every shade of "r ... ... . belief lieved. thev cheered each soesker with lusty applause and publicly recanted their belief in the old parties. While Richard Powers was speaking he cried .'WnM nn nnr hand ' Kvr i-lffhl - arm was extended full lenath and with an intense Intonation the asem ily re- ueaiea oeiiDerawiy aiier me speaser; "With my hand uplifted and before toe ever-living uod I renounce aiiegl ance to all parties. Chicago l imes. Most Dangerous Anarchists at the Top. Editor Wealth Makers: In your columns my brother Index asks, "Which have we reason to fear most, and from which have we suffered mos',the capitalists wielding monopoly or the anarchist with bis dynamiter The question implies dements of fear and Jn feut n whlch tnem0Bl' Aside from technical definition, how ever, a stigma does attach to the word ftnupJ,ul t It has a bad tdor not per talnlng to the other synonomous terms Hence one wanting ti talk mean wlJ hurl the word anarchist at another as a term of worst reproach. Anarchy meaus literally without a head, witiioutJaw. without order; sense , imnuM u.tha ,,. mt,ut Ifinf,., ftll1 his,,,,!.. Rut M, preiSentbardsfaipsarenonsilyadmlUed, ttI1d believed by many to arise, not so much frQm fl & f u f Bur faU of norrible Uw. noff M peiplexlnr i a heavy crop of ripe grain fallen by , ..i-i... twi-f. .nH hn h ,h . . . .in,f.i.iaKi muv. I m WW es ""V"" IVMWV .! I VV really need less laws, and better laW8. aoi guantitu but gmlityi To divest ourslvcs of much of the . wn nnm ,. ftn . kn h-n " ' ' "J under, and to get along wituout it, mlKhtbd hDHrohy th wom unload) M the0rlBU. and dttMmeri o( to. d - , anarchv a haonv fut.ir nn. d. . . he Banh oe a law Into himself; and without need 0f any restraining law, or punitive law. vVe hardly need to fear such anarchists M these, surely index asks bis Question with refer ence to "the anarchist with Ait dyna- He evidently means the worst kind 0f anarchist; the fiend; inimical to society, to law, and to mankind generally; a Jack the-RlDDer. ever In quaiity to extenuate or excuse his ex lBtence as an anarchlstor render him in any degree acceptable to mankind. True, the anarchist as an individual anti artiBfta may possess skill and in du8try; aD4 he may well apply such in support of himself and his family, when not pructicine his anarchv. Just now we have to consider onlv the anarchv in tne man; that element which consti- tutes him an anarchist: that element bounced by the popular mind ss dvnuh. and whlnh nnnapa an mnv j houDd lt9 po84e8BOr M a Wftck harted ,i BnH fniinwa r,t th n one; worthy to be disbarred, and outlawed from society, and stamped out of exis tence as a ferocious wild beast or pois onous rept l'j. Yet in so hounding, who really becomes the anarchist; who the infuriated devil? Thl idea reduces the anarchist to what mauv oontider him, an inhuman mounter. Would not such be an irre sponstole beiug not accountable for his acu; hence an Insane man? If we ad mit him to be ue, aud lu possession of r-aiOij, then he U ieponib. and ac countable; and every tueh anarch st must rank as a ur.minai thtuuith the auarohi-t element witnm him Whether he ho luuatio or crtuilosi, iht-n, we have reason to f ar him jus, a w. haveH reason to (ear all lu atiCs and uriiut nalr, a-d no more. Kven Ooithiderln blm the w..i i aldo a lunatic orcravyman, or a th worst kind of a criminal, yet we are vbtlgd to ooulis this anitruolst at tie bottom of society muuu loss u bo fuarrd than King CiUllt at the Up. We well know Ui i n i tint and r-tu of our learagaibst lunvlos and rltulu.s and lu wha we have suffered from tbeiu but we are now unly rvally be ginatng to know and rsalUs the enorm ity aud di-gre tf dangsr to bi frarvd, and terrible nardbl's no tving fast entailed upon sooluly, through the api tails! long wielding, and U'ly fast woldlug his niohoHily uhjb us. t'srhap we should but Ins too severo on (he capatli aaa Itullvldual, but caanot well bu loo severe on his undue tatiuoit, power, and rfor eta noes as a moMii.dtt. hn;luty (ibe o.e) cus tom, and Ut In eoftodlag first sfeolal tights and prlfUvges, then Irsnehlstm, gradually crrated atunopviy, md orgaaUsd torj-oravlos, and an saglae i f desttuoilosi agalast ourseitea. Thus armed he at once swells and dsvsUiu. by abnormal and unjust prowesses Utt hscaitiiut, sal mulili.llo. IU cause of sach aado tusau aod acquired r Is be justly feared, The power and capacity to injure, combined with vicious tendency, in , either human or superhuman, has ever I been a terror to men; and history proves the tjrant ruler the king of all earthly as terrors, and Ua Droves tvrannv th cause of all anarchy. True, the capitalist fulfills useful pur. pose; carries on gigantic projects, that have built up the nation; or rather by means of which the sons of toll have been enabled to build it up. Capital directs, but toll does the work; goes through the sweat, the heat, the grit ! and the grind, and bear, the bu. den u mecuanical construction and opera . Hon. Our dally wants are supplied from the thousands of Industrial plants and factories, held b capitalist; yet the establishments are run, kept order, and products turned out by toll ers. In some instances the no i owner seldom enters into the plant operated by manager, clerks, foreman and work men, all hard laborers, and toilers for meager pay uut mat tne capitalist does some good, does not decide our qnt tion. We are looking to see wbloa of the to does most barm, and is, hence most to be leared. Aod I do, verily consider our present consolidation of wealth into one centralized money powei , to be the grand climax of human terrors, and the birch of a huge ogre to devour civilization, If permitted to sur vtve. Monarchs, the petty tyrants of the past, have largely disappeared, but frwm their ashes has sprung this hydra deaded monster of tyranny, more terri ble than all. The anarchist we are considering Is like an external imminent wasp, or fire bug, that may alarm or attack suddenly at any time. He Is a sporadic Like an u'rolltu he comes and goes unexpect edly, with a coruscation and a flash, and disappears as suddenly as he came to vie. He may have a short, desper ate, despicable and notorious career. but there is no more po er in him for organized capacity, than for organized murder to become established as a vital institution in society. The capita 1st, however, now estab- ished and entrenched deeply in the yltals of society, has become so arro gant, dominant, and tyrannical, that human rights, human liberty, prosper ty, comfort and happiness are in im mlnent danger, throughout the civilized world; and all civilized nations, alike have serious reason to fear him, for he wants the whole earth. Surely the money power at the topi n.full power and control of everything, is to oe justly learea, not only more than the anarchist at the bottom but more than all the bottom classes of so ciety put together. It is all fear at the bottom; all tyranny at the top. Most serious danger comes always from above rather than from below. Not the man that can hurl danger at me from below, but the man ahove that, intentionally or otherwise, may cause something to fall upon me, have I most reason to watch and fear. Not convulsions of the earth below, but of the heaven above, concern me most. Not the power of hell and Satan, but the powers divine, wheuoe come all good and all lif", con cern me most for weal and for woe. Humanity ever struggles end strives for more and better life. Oa earth we are now imploring, and beseeching the capitalists, but in vain. Corporations having no souls, the money power is ony-hearted,i&nd God help the people! Yours, Index Headache bM? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. Collect Campaign Funds at the Primaries. Omaha July 14, 1894. iditor Wkalth 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 they are expected to raise mney at the primaries for the state committee. In order to win the coming campaign the committee must have money to carry oj the campaign; and It Is muoh betw that the money be collected early than just before the campaign closes. Now 1 hope to see at least one dollar colleo'ed In each voting precinct at the time of the primaries are held, and the one dollar or more that Is collected seut to the county con ventions ard there all be put together and sent by the delegates to the sU'e convention. In this way the eoinmltw will Lave something to open the cam paign ImmedU'nly aflerihe- invention Now evry pfclxet ean raU one dot U', snd no prvclut't should fall to tend that iin t'U to the su convention, II stso'fully, B Cl.KM Okavkn. TheMirlaeOtvr. The serious labor troubles have, to a considerable dsgrve, effected all branches of busiuess. The uncertainty of transportation a caused shlis to withhold consitfnuifoK The trouble Is now tiver aid Messrs, hilberrnaa llroe, 212 It MUhlg HI , Chicago, III, aasounoe that the wool market Is ao longer dbturtwj and that prtees are Mi ailwet k) and shlpmau are betag received aa) promptly dlspoeed of with uiuai regularity. Apul; to then for Information, Anyone can obtain Irtm silver litera ture b? addressing Th Pan-America. Hi MittsdtleAsMvUtUtn, (leaver, Colo., andeictostag pnetH for same MS' COLU hoi id Heme From an UlaeJoldler. Peru, Neb., July 30, 1894 Editor Wealth Makers: I like that idea of an ''Old Soldier's Column." As a number of that element I have a few thoughts to give, apropos of the times. This government is i't going to the dogs just yet too many patriots still living. Our form of gov ernment is all right. Our methods only are wrong. The railroad men and wage earners generally were not rebell ing against our form of government in the late strlck. They were simply re belling against that most monstrous of all engines of oppression organized wealth. We all sympathize with the motive, but condemn the method when violence Is resorted to. Anarchy and liberty are incompatible. The laboring men's cause is just, but tbey must resort to the ballot. They haven't tried that plan yet. The ad ministration did right In suppiesslng violence, but is stupidly criminal iu tailing to make an effort to remove the cause. I he wage-earners and producers of this country are its strength and shield wueu loyal in heart to the powers that be, and Its weakness when other wIm) They may be kept In subjeotlon for a time by the bayonet, but unless an honest effort Is made to remove the cause of dlstontent we will be breeding the germs of anarchy to a dangerous degree. All wise rulers have sought to keep the toilers prosperous and con touted. Liberty is not dependent on wealth, but loyal hearts. You can't tboot loyalty into a man; you muse con vince him that the government will give him a fair show, The corn crop of Nebraska is ruined or the want of raoMure, i'tenty of water ia the Missouri river.. It wouldn't save the corn to double the quantity of wattr wheie it is. The wage-earners of the nation are in distress for the want of money in exchange for their muscle. Plenty of money In Wall street, Multiply the amount tenfold and it wouldn't help matters. But If the gov ernmeat wou.a aiiow tne toilers to go Into the mountains and dig for It there would be great relief. Also if the gov ernment whiob alone has the power to create money, would Issue a judicious amount at once and say to idle labor, come, worn ye in my vineyara lor a season, while the hard times prevail, and whatsoever is right that will I give thee, then the hearts of the tollers would rejoice, and the machinery of commerce and Industry be once more set in motion, and the nation be at rest How belt, the representatives of the people seem to bs both blind and deaf to the cries of distress which now pre' vail. What then shall be done? Cast them out by the power of the ballot and mploy in their stead stewards who are just. As I said before, this nation Is not destined to go to ruin immediately. Nevertheless, I cannot look forward to the coming winter without almost ti enabling in apprehension. The dis tress among the unemployed last win ter would have been terrible but for charity. The numbers of this class are being augmented continually, It will be criminal folly for tne govern ment to heap all this burden upon the sboulderi of charitably inclined people, who, as a rule, are not of the wealthy class. Besides, it would ba unjust. Organ ized sooiety must keep these men from starving otherwise anarchy will be tte result. Strong able bodied men are cot going to lie down and die in the midst of plenty. How much better, then, for government to furnish temporary em ployment to these unfor unate workers, than to spend the same or greater sums in keeping them in subjection by force! The one policy breeds anarchy, the other patriots. Which shall It be? W. D. ABBOTT. 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KimKK1ilMatXt, Cltt 'Issstl.tvsta K-a Mxtiaiai OLD SOLO People's Independent Party Con' gresatonal Convention. The People's Independent party convention of the sixth congreettlona: dUtrlct of the state of Nebraska, U hereby called to meet at Broken Bow, Neb., August IS, 1882, at 8 o'clock p n , for the purpose of placing In nomina tion ece candidate for congreas for the Sixth congressional district of Nebraska, and for the transaction of such other business as ma; properly come before the convention. The basis ef representation will be on delegate for. each county at large, and ons for each 100 tes cr1 major fraction thereof cast for Silas A. Holcomb for supreme Judge In 1893 The several counties will bs entitled to repre sentation as follows: Arthur li Howard Boyd R Kimball Buffalo SujKeiib Hlalne IjKeyaPaba ' orown Lincoln is Box II u tte fj.ni. u Cheynune slMcfbersou ... ' "" 2 Cherry 6 Rock 8 "utr Sftmhwrnan.. . o irnmicir , a uiif an paweH 7hhrtUan " . ,io Dawson Ul HIoux , a Delli-l liKiMtu Mliirr rant 8'Thomas . , ., i Oarlleld Valley 8 Ufeeley fl Wheeler 2 nooaer , J 181 Total Sill it Is recommended that no pioxlee ba ad. mltted bat that delegates present cast lbs full vote of tbetr respective counties, i. H Ebmintbn, Chairman. i. W. E'jLIngham, Hoc, Head Quarters Peonle'a Party 5th, Congressional District. Hastings, Neb , June 15, 1804. The People'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 Mth day of August, 181)4, at 10a. m, Bald convention is called for the pur ioo of placing ia nomination a Peo ple's independent pany candidate for Congress in tne mb congressional dis trict and to transact such other busi ness as may property come before it. I be basis of representation will be as follow: Ons delegate at large from each county, and one for every one hundred votes or major fraction thereof cast for Hon. Silas A. Holcomb for su ARMAGEDDON. Prospectus of the for the The editor of Tut Wealth Makers 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 conffict between greed and goodness. It Is the organized brotherhood of right, against the legalized despotism of might. Truth hat been spreading, love has been growing, fraternal organization has been extending; and the inereaslng op pression of monopoly power lain these closing years of the 19th century pre cipitating the final struggle. That it agitate and pray; but whether peaceful cannot be longer delayed, , The new song book Is to be called 'ArmaoeddosV' The book will oon tain about 70 songs for the times, over half of them new, and half of the rati are nearly new aid famous, and the Fifteen of the numbers are a aeries of ago in sheet muslo form, under the The titles of the songs which Armageddon will contain are in part as fol lows. GET OFF THE EARTH. ' ARMAGEDDON. THE RALLYING SONG. TRUTH'S APPROACHING TRIUM PH F I WERE A VOICE, No. 1. IF I WERE A VOICE, No. 2, HAYSEED IN HIS HAIR. SONS OF AMERfCA. 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. THE FLAG OF LIBERTY. THE ALARM BEAT. THE ASTOR PRINCE. THE WOOERS' BATTLE HYMN OF FREEDOM. THE COAL BARON S sono. SONO OF THE MINERS. RIGHT M1ALL REIGN. THE ONLY ROAD TO FREEDOM. BECAUSE HE LOVE. JEANS PANTS A COM IN. THE KINGDOM OF THE BEAST. The alwve named songs have most of them been st t new music fa the author and compiler by a half doaen very etcellent corapers In Lincoln ant Chliagv Hut a dstn or so of th. -nrngs have been written by the editor of TBI WaALTU Makkks to be joined t world celebrated tune-Froh, German Austrian. Ergllsh and Soowh-such tunes as The Marseltaise, Wa ht Am Uhelu. Austrian National Air, (ierman Fatherland, Robin Adair, Ao. Th above sngs are soo and quartettes with piano prelude and atvompany. menu, also many for mlid voices. The music cf most of the duns Is east and in. mre uimruii en ns nanniea py gooa voice with thrilling, wonderful effect. (Jen. C. 11. Howard of Chicago, editor of th Farm, FUld and Flrnelde, i. prwsed himself la tlie fllitng word of rals ana spprtflaUon ia rel0 tne ttfti-en sonifs hl h hav form d th nucleus of Armageddon; "hha btntn left to Mr Gt.rg lloesid (ilheoa to lotmJur a new o0 .u the sonifs of th party, and to wnie a of Mtrlotlo songs which are hard Is surpned ly any la our llwrature lor lftlase id iu Hl aod n merit froes a Uts ravry ptitut of slew, while at the same time tht ar not at all 1st ktsg la th mu,kl suaittv which must ne,-rlly he frverat Nf.v a.) m touches the t htM-d tl jH.puUrliy, The are remarkable for their fer ld iatrtot m sad brusI humaeltv. Ia fact, If It.e IV'pIe's party rises to th mtrUlo lev.l of ihee son jt, e have little doubt f It ultimate sume a a perty The songs strike th hole wit of humsasymmsihy. Mrtltg humor, kev wit and hiusui srva.iu, as WI as th loftier Uioilo theme, are Unshed la turn by th tlT atd author. Na higher prats ctwtd W given th IS ags, an 1 wrulaJy as amok caa-U said regaMlag th to wwg of Arwagwldca, whtU ImUJ th IS and furaWh muck wider raa and fuller treatment of th queetlo. pf ama aeeds aal righto. They ar full of Patau, tNatrtotlsat and Hr, and ar not la king U kusnor, wit sad sarcasm, Th ruk will W ready la a few weeks tad. will b told by th Wealth Makers Publishing Co. LUftuU, Nebraska The various coun representatlon as Gosper 6 Hall 8 Harlan 9 Hayes 3 Hitchcock 7 Kearney 10 Nuckols 11 Phelps . 12 Webster 11 156 bv thtk wtmmiltu Franklin 9 Frontier 0 Furnas 11 Perkins , 6 Red Willow 8 Total It is recommendd that no proxies bealIowed and that del egates present be entitled to r.at th full vote ot their county. t KANCIS PHILLIPS, H. B. MC(AW, Chairman. Secretary, Tobacco Deranged my 8tomach and my Entice Nervous System--After Using No-to-bac I Gained Sixteen Pounds in Weight, Sterling Remedy Company, No, 43 Ran dolph St., Chkaqo: Ukbana, Ohio, Nov. 21, Gentlkman; I used tobacoo coo tantly from twenty to fortv-thrt-M? 1 folt that I must cult, or mt stomseh would be completely gone. I read u of your advertisements and thought it was a "fake," but resolved to muke one effort to quit NO-1 0-B AD came July 4th 1802, and I a mmened to use It at once. The first two w-Im I gained eight pounds in weight, in four weens 1 gainea sixteen pounds. NO-- O-BAC, completely destroyed inv de sire for tobacco in two woeas, my appetlta became natural aud I ate breakfast, a thing I had not doi, buf.tra in ten years, except slmolv to drink a oup of coffee. (Signed) C. McDonald. There are many tobacco u-ters suffer-' Ing from diseases attributed to causet other than the use of tob Yco. lWt goon tobacco spitting and smoking your life away, but calfat once at H, T Clark Drug Co, Lincoln. Neb. om agents, and get a box of NO-TO-BAO, or a little book that will tell you all about it. If you cannot call, write for book to "Tie Htkelino Rksjedt Com pany." No. 46, Randolph St., Chicago, Illlnois4 New Song Booh People. has devoted hit snare time durlnr the may be a peaceful political conflict w or otherwise It cannot be averted. . It remainder are most carefully selected. songs sent out by the writer two yean general title of "Songs of the PeoDle." THE TIME OF DEUTERONOMY. LOSSES AND LIES. THE PAUPER'S LAST SMOKE. TIMOTHY HAYSEED. BILLY GRIMES THE DROVER. 8UNRISEON THE HILLS,' THE COMING KINGDOM. PLENTY OF ROOM. THE TRULY GREAT. CALLING THE COWS. VOICE OF I HE MOONLIGHT. RAIN UPON THE ROOF. I OIL SHALL SOVEREIGN BE. A DROWNING CRY. DREAM AND REALITY. THE HOME OF LI BER I Y. AMER CAN NATIONAL BYMN(n SOUND THE TOCSIN ENGINE OF REFORMS 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 INV,. I HE HOPE OF THE AGES. THE MARCH OF THE WORKERS. BATTLE HYMN OF HIE WRONG El MOLLY AND THE BABY. ON TO WASHINGTON. preme judge la 1803. ties are entitled to follows: Adams 12 Chase 5 Clay 14 Dund ' 5