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August 29, 1895.
THE WEALTH MAKERS. 5 is not fusion, no never. Be no longer deceived by the wily enemy, for the par taking of tlie dcadily poison means sure death to reform, sooner or later. The virus which taints all the leaders and manipulators of the two old parties has already destroyed the heart and soul from which once flowed that human sympathy which God in his creation Bays man owes to his fellow man. The soulless, heartless, human less greed for filthy lucre has long since separated the human spirit from the old political parties. Therefore, in God's name I ask, what are you trying to hold on to? Who have you from that source to look to? What can you hope for? Fusion is far more dangerous in the out come if by so doing you succeed in elect ing your candidate, than to fail to elect. Let us have a straight nomination and a strict adherence to the principles euun- ciated in our platform, for the only ob ject on the part of the enemy to fuse is to try and hold on to something which they cannot otherwise hold on to, some thing they cannot otherwise do, hence their motives are impure, and their pur pose to disrupt aud disorganize the unit ing forces who are seeking to throw off this damnable system of usury by proper reform methods. Again I say, be not longer deceived, for delays eapecially at this time are dangerous, and it behooves the People's Dartv this fall more than at any other period in ita history to not only de nounce fusion, but as a party we should stand firmly by every pledge enunciated in our platform. Yours for clean cut reform, Jas. M. Taylor. These closing years of the nineteenth century will witness perhaps the culmina tiou of the age-long struggle between truth and error. Tne true light now shineth, and the spread of the light will precipitate a conflict in every place where i ts beams penetrate. L. P. Davis. Dentist over Rock Is land ticket office, cor. 11 and 0 streets. Bridge aud crown work a specialty. A Winner We would like to remind the Populists that their rilatform contains one of the best planks ever framed by auy party in existence, aud one which is not referred to as much as it deserves to be, and that piank is the one pleading the adoption of the initiative and referendum the re form that has made little Switzerland the purest and most progressive democ racy on earth, free from panics, corrup tion and class legislation; in fact an ideal government in this age. The first thing a disgusted old pnrtyite will say when approached by a PopuliRt, and we have heard the expression ofleu enougu id! "Oh. vour oartv man be honest now, but when it gets into power it will be just as rotten and corrupt as either of the two old parties." By explaining the hpniitv end simolicitv of the initiative end referendum, votes can bo made by the wholesale where all other effores may fail. There is no sensible argument against this splendid idea. It cad be sately sup ported by men of any party, race or color. After a little thought on the sub ject, it will commend itself especially to that great army of stay-at-home voters, who despair of accomplishing anything bv the ballot. Gentlemen, the initiative and referendum is a winner. Lx. L. P. Davis. Dentist over Rock Is land ticket office, cor. 11 and 0 streets. Bridge and crown work a specialty. The Cost of a Millionaire For every millionaire that is produced a thousand persons have to livedwarte'i, stnnted, undeveloped lives. A thousand persons have to deny themselves many of the comforts their toil legitimately earns for them. A thousand children are deprived of comfortable homes, of edu cation, and of an equal opportunity to enter life's field of action. A thousand mothers' lives are clouded, hemmed in by poverty, deprived of the opportunity aud means to make life cheerful, gratify their intellectual needs, or give their children the instruction and care neces sary to make them good meu and women Is not this species of the genus homo too costly to cultivate? Ought not our laws to be so framed as to discourage rather than encourage their production; Would it not be wiser and better to make laws so iust that the producer of wealth can retain it? Would it not be better for all the people to cet the reward of their honest industry, rather than have it filched from them by dishonest schemers and human wolves? Had we not better commence to legislate in the interest of honest industry instead of continuing to legislate against it? If you so think, whv don't you advocate it and vote for it? Kansas Commoner. Labor Day Edition The American Railway Union will get out a magnificent "Labor Day" edition of the Railway Times and we hope to see the enterprise rewarded. It will contain contributions from Citizen Debs, and from manv others. Suuport it well. Address the Railway Times, Chicago, 111. L. P. Davis. Dentist over Rock Is land ticket office, cor. 11 and O streets. Bridge aud orowu work a specialty. Ex-Treasnrcr Taylor'a Caea. Pierre, S. D., Aug. 28. The case ol the State vs. W. W. Taylor was argued on a habeas corpus before the state supreme court yesterday. ' Attorneys for the state contended that the sen tence was valid, and it five years sen tence was not valid, but the court ex ceeded its jurisdiction, then it was in valid only inasmuch as it exceeded the jurisdiction of the court. The de fense contended that the state was a body politic, and there was no law de fining as a crime the taking of money from a body politic. Court adjourned until to-day. Dr. P. Reed Madden, diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, 1041 O street, over 11. 1. ticKer. omce. When beyond the reach of doctors ana druir :ug-stores. aooioi Ajers u .iujvu. pocket may prove a godsend jreuremuu this. T)r. P. Reed Madden, diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, 1041 O street, over It. 1. ticket omce. LOCAL POLITICS. The latest developments in the politics of Lancaster county is the announcement that Ed. R. Sizer is to be Sam E. Low's deputy in case of the latter's election as district clerk. This may be gratifying news to Sizer's friends and business con nections, but it is a thorn in the side of Elmer Stephenson. Elrner may stick to the Republican ticket as he promised to, but there are hundreds of his friends who will resent this direct slap at the man they wanted to see nominated, and . 1 - III I many nonest Uepumicans wno win iw delighted with this jobbery in votes. Sam E. Low has proven himself a clever political schemer if he baa no qualifica tion fcr the office of district clerk, but Low and Sizer together do not represent a majority of the Republican party, and the partnership caunot begin to control a majority of the voters of Lancaster county. As the days pass by it is becoming more and more evident that the boasted supremacy ot tne itepuoncan party iu Lancaster county is largely of a gaseous nature. The Drofessioual politicians in charge of the machine beean to blow their horns very early, as if in imitation of Joshua before the walls of Jericho. But the ramparts of the Populist Inde pendent party are built upon more secure foundations; tney are mannea oy must) who have justice and right on tneir siae, while the assaultiug forces cannot show the righteousness of purpose whicu gain ed for Joshua his victory. The voterRand property owners of Lan caster county are well satisfied with the m miner in which thev have been served iiv.Tudire Tibbetts. District Clerk Baker hiw Sheriff Mi er. Jiaca 01 tuese men have triven a good account of their stewardship, and no responsible person can be found who will accuse eitner oi them of nrostitutimr their office. Ihey have been found faithful, accomodating and competent, and they will be return, ed to serve another term. Upon the ticket iu connection with those who have already served the people in a public capacity have been placed the names of Attorneys Rose and McNerney for district judgeships, G. M. Berge for ronntv iudire. A. II. Weir for treasurer, Tf. K. lichardson lor commissioner, u. n Walters for county clerk. II. S. Bowers for county superintendent and Dr. Lowry fnr superintendent. Every one ot tneso men are wortny oi the earnest support of all good citizens regardless of party. They are men who are well known as thoroughly competent for the duties of the respective offices for which they have been nominated, and withal, men ot public spirit, genuine worth and integrity. In placing before the voters of Lancaster county such men as these the Populist party has given sufficient proof of the genuine honesty ol its purpose. Whatever differences of opinion may exist in regard to national politics, the most devout Republican caunot but admit that these men are ol the people, honest and capable. Lancaster county has been hit bard by the drouth, but its farmers aud businesn men have not lost their grip or mad any preparations to lie do wu and give up. Each one is putting his shoulder to the wheel, and another season wiil fin everybody alive and kicking. Liiiieom merchants are receiving their usual large fall stocks, and the wholesale dealers are alive and wide awake. The Lanciiste county fair will be a grand exposition and the race meeting during tne las week in October will be an attraction that will draw people, not only from Bverv cmintv in this state, but from an our neighboring states. Lancaster county can stand it. and congratulates her more fortunate sistercounties. And we want to drop a pointer, lhe mer chants of Lincoln, wholesale and retail, have the goods and can make prices that will make it an object for all purchasers to call on them. Judge Tibbetts occupies a warm place in the hearts of all who know him ana who believe in equal justice to all. Even those who most desire to see a Republi can elected in his place can find nothing to say against Judge l ibbetts' record as a man and a jurist. This is an import ant office. The rights 01 nunureus are controlled by the district courts, lhe voters of Lancaster county cannot afford to turn their backs upon a judge who has nroven himself so truly loyal to the principles of justice and right. The Wealth Makers believes ine voier 01 thift county will recognize this fact ana re-elect Judge Tibbetts by a ronsuig ma jority. Every arrangement haa been made for the Lancaster Fair Association to give an exposition that will equal the state fairs oi previous years, and the attend ance is expected to be fully as large as in previous years. The displays of mer chandise and machinery will be greater than ever, whi e the books Of the asso ciation show that a better exhibit of horses and cattle, hogs and sheep have never been made anywhere. In the speed ring will center considerable interest. T.arire nurses have been hung up for all classes, and some warm contests may be exnected. The bicycle tournament will n ho be a feature, ino erooa ciuzen 01 Nnbraska should miss the Lancaster cniintv fair if it is possible to come. Re member the lair begins bepiemDer via. A warm fiirht is being made to elect JohnTrompen over rred Miller's head for the office of sheriff, but it will not be successful. Trompen's greatest merit, as is generally acknowledged among Repub licans, lies in the fact that he is a great power among his countrymen, the Hn unders. in tne bout.ii euu ui tne r-nnntv. That he can ourcnase tneir pro ducts for a cent or two less a dupiigi ana .tl il,-. ni,inri tnun imn amanra nr. a. hiRher flgure) cannot be denied, and it is also to be conceded that he can .... nnmhor nf irntofi in n mnst BVVIUK a luigv uui.iuw v. - any direction, but it must also be re membered that this vote always goes to the Republican party, and hence Tromp en's strength in this direction will de tract nothinz from Miller's chance. Mr. itiiior. friend must be active ana aiert, but with his record as an honest and ac tive oftlcernothing but negligence on the part of his friends could cause his defeat. Arrangements have been fully made for a grand race meeting at Lincoln during the last week in October. The necessary money has been subscribed and work baa already begun on the grand ampitiieatre aud other improvements at the Ldticoin park track. Some oi tub strings of horses in the world will be hero including Patchen and Gentry. The man agement has been piacea in tue Palmer Clark, the great horseman who has so successfully managed the race meetings at Red Oak, Iowa, and made them famous throughout the nation, and also the fairs at St. josapn, wuicn had previously been sinking into ; b'Kui- ficance. The new ampittieatre win u a model, and will seat 6,000 persons com fortably. Hereafter two meetings a year will be held at .Lincoln, ana iu bcnc. will be inaugurated with a grand event this fall. . Federal Union No. G335 has taken charge of the Labor Day celebration in Lincoln, and will undoubtedly make a Buccess of it. The parade will take place in the forenoon, forming at 11 o clock. In the afternoon laborers, their families and their frieuds will gather at the city park and listen to addresses from Gover- nor llolcomb, V. J. ssmyui, oi C. Pace, James L. Caldwell, Judge C. L. Hall and A. G. Wolfenbarger. ine cele bration will conclude with a grand ball at Germania Hall in the evening. Sept ember 2nd will Ta; a large day in Lincoln. J. Keir Hardie, M. P., editor of the Labour Leader of London and Glasgow, has just arrived in this country and will immediately start on a lecturing tour. He is a ChriStiuu socialist. Make Cows Pay. What is the use of keeping cows unless you can make money with them? No other js business would stand a waste of from 25 to 50 per cent, and the dairy business will not. You waste that much butter by pan skimming. Get a Safety Hand Separator and save it. S2 P. M. SHARPLES, Elgin, IU. If the care of the hair were made apart of a lady's education, we should not see so many gray heads, and the use of Hall's Hair Keuewer would be unneces sary. eT "v 1 a. (Can WILL PAY FOR THE WEALTH MAKERS TILL AFTER THE ELECTION. THIS IS A (800b pportunityl FOR MISSIONARY WORK. THE WEALTH MAKERS, LINCOLN, NEB. The Wise Man Will send his address by first mail and receive in return a copy of Our Fall Cat- nlogue and samples of cloth with prices for Men s and Hoy's Suits, Overcoats aud Pants. We do a large mail order trade over ten western states, Can save you 23 per cent iu prices, Write today to THE HUB, Lincoln, Neb. Smith Premibb Typewriter Ii the moat elmple, molt dot able, tka eaaieat to operate aod therefore oapable af most epeed. Band tor catalogue and prices. Addreaa, No. IMS Faraam St., Omaha. Ei THE KEYSTONE . DEHORHER Outs clean on all Blde-doB not email. The moat humane, rapid and durable knife made, fully warranted. HiKhent World' Kair Award. 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