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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT APRIL 14, 1904- Fog Psutssi Talle a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pill, and the Pain will dis appear Lille Magic. Not by paralyzing the nerve and glands, like opium, morphine, cocaine, and other dangerous drugs, but by In creasing the natural secretions. , This action is obtained as a result of modern discoveries in medicine, making It possible to relieve pain without bad after-effects. " , You can safely depend upon Dr. Mllca Anti-Pain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia, Headache, Stomach ache, Menstrual Pains, Rheumatism, Backache, Toothache, etc. They will also, by their calming act Ion on the nerves, almost Instantly re lievo such distressing feelings as Diz ziness, Car-Sickness, Indigestion, Irri tability, Sleeplessness, Nervousness, etc. Not merely do they relieve, but they also absolutely cure, because by perse vering in their use, you do away with the cause. 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Ciaua a, a re., r.U m nna tsitaea To the Populists of Indiana, Greet ing: ith the advice and approval of Hon. A. P. Hanna, state chairman of the fusion committee, and acting un der the directions of the joint call of the two national committees, issued from St. Louis, I do hereby call a state conference, to meet at the Occi dental hotel, Indianapoli3, Ind., Thurs day, April 28. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of selecting ten dele gates at large and ten alternates to represent Indiana in the people's party national convention, to- be held at Springfield, III., July 4, 1904, for the purpose of nominating candidates for president and vice president of the United States. Such further business will be transacted at the state confer ence as may properly come before the meeting. I congratulate you upon the fact that all differences between the rival pop ulist organizations have been adjusted and that fusion with either of the old parties will not again be engaged In. All voters in ' Indiana who affiliated with the people's party in any past campaign are cordially invited to at tend the Indianapolis meeting, and act with us in future; and along with them we will extend glad welcome to all voters who have not heretofore acted with us but who believe in the principles of populism as set forth 'n the Omaha and subsequent people's party platforms. The need of the time is a strong, aggressive, patriotic party of real, honest, earnest and intelligent opposi tion to the republican party. The re publican party is the open and avowed representative and champion of spe cial privileges and stands for organ ized greed and selfishness as against equal opportunities and the precepts of the Golden Rule. Earnest effort, by able men, has been made in the last 12 years to conveit the democratic party into a reform ci- ganization of real opposition to plu tocracy, but these efforts met signal and complete foilure. Monopoly and graft controls, absolutely and com pletely, the democratic party a3 it does the republican party, and this year New York will dictate the action of the democratic national convention. The people's party is, has been, and will be a party of the people, stand ing for the masses as against the classes. We appeal earnestly and con fidently to all Indiana voteis who a'e dissatisfied with existing conditions in the old parties to come and go with us this year. Each district chairman is hereby di rected to call a district conference to select one delegate and one alternate to -the Springfield convention. Our workers are urged to extend the cir culation of our newspapers and litera ture and to strengthen the organiza tion in every way possible. Each dis trict and county chairman is re quested to write me a report of tne organization and conditions in his tfci ritory. Let us be up and doing. FRED. J. S. ROBINSON, State Chairman, People's Party. Cloverland, Ind., March 31, 1904. The populists of Indiana are re quested to meet in state conference on Thursday, April 28, 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at Craig's hotel, 328 East Wash ington street, Indianapoli3, Ind., to select eleven delegates at large and eleven alternates to the people's party national convention,' to be held at Springfield, 111., July 4, 1904, to nom inate candidates for president and vice president. This conference is to fix the time and place for holding the congres sional conventions for the election pi one delegate and one alternate i:om each district to said national conven tion, and to do such other business as may ' properly .come before it. It is evident that the reactionary element of the democratic party will control at St. Louis, and political par ties will be placed back to the condi tions of 1892. Under such conditions every populist must recognize the necessity for independent action. If the reorganizers again control, a large per cent of democratic votc;s will refuse to support tneir own can didates. With this prospect befoe us, "Why stand we here idle?" The candidate and the policy of the republican party are well known, and every populist will readily admit tnat one party of that kind is enough. The signal victory of the Parkerites in the 7th congressional district (Indianap olis) of Indiana shows that the friends of the Kansas City platform have be come disheartened. The principles of the people's party being those of real democracy, the party must be the refuge and home of those democrats who have striven un successfully through two great cam paigns to make their-own party truly democratic. Every populist, and every friend of independent action, is urged" to make some sacrifice and attend this meet ing. A. F. HANNA. Waveland, Ind., April 11, 1094. , - CENSUS FIGURES. (The letter below is from the pen of W, J. Ghent, author of "Our Benev olent Feudalism," a bosk which has brought forth a great deal of comment during the past year. As to the merits of the controversy between Mr. Ghent and Mr. Gordon, let the reader study the census figures for himself and then decide. Associate Ed.) Editor Independent: The letter of Mr. F. G. R.' Gordon, in your issue cf March 31, attempts to dispose of so cialism by some very curious readings from the census. His statement that the "once powerful middle class is still powerful and growing even faster than the population" cannot be proved; and the particular evidence he has given in support of it is wiKLy inaccurate. "The middle class farm ers," he writes, "increased by a mil lion families." This statement, in view of the actual changes in the agricul tural population, is inexcusably mis leading. What has actually happened during the last decade is an increase of 47 per cent In the number of farm laborers, along with a paltry increase of but 7 per cent in the number of em ploying farmers, both owners and ten ants. A comparison of tenantry and ownership is also destructive of Mr. Gordon's claims. During the last 2.0 years, farm tenantry has increased 97.7 per cent, while the number of owners, part owners, "owners and ten ants" (working In common) and man agers, by only 21.4 per cent. A like showing Is made In trade aiui transportation. It la true that certain divisions of the parasitical ttancs how large pain.. Hankers and brok r. for itihtAm-, have hummel by 101 per cent. NVarly the whole of this Increa, however, U of monoy and stock broker, a dlntlnsuhhml from rommerchl broker, and It Indicate! little mor than the current rape for .peculation and the eaf.erneg of Ihe metropolitan eharra to accommrwUte a narnumlxM public hoping to u?t rich nul. k. When we come to rrt.nl merchant, who are the backbone of the middle elan (considered economic ally), we And that they have Increase, by but 19.5 per cent, or less than the increase of population. Set off against this relative decline is the enormous increase of certain divisions of the proletarians: draymen, hackmen and teamsters, 49 per cent; packers, slip pers, porters, helpers, 130 per cent; salesmen and saleswomen, 131 per cent; and stenographers and type writers, 236 per cent In manufacturing also the same thing is shown. One of the most strik ing instances is that of agricultural implements. Decade by decade for fifty years the number of manufacturing es tablishments of this sort has declined, and the number of wage-earners iu- creasea, so tnat now, although there are but about half as many plants as in 1850, there Is an increase of 600 per cent in the number of workmen when the increase in any of the subdivisions of the middle class is less than the Increase of population, it means. In all likelihood a certain degree of dis placement; but when it is infinitesimal compared with the Increase of com mercial transactions and of the units of the proletarian class, it tan mean only wholesale ejection of middlemen Into the ranka below. The zeal of a convert (not to use a stronger terra) often prompts the con verted to words and actions which io berer men look upon with amazement. Mr. Gordon's various pronunciarotn toa. aim his recent conversion to capitalism, are all of a typerancor ous in spirit anI preposterous in Riaicmom. Tne real philosophy of o clallam. and the data upon which thjt phinophy la founded. ouia never to have Wn undcrton,t ly him; and the pitiful mlsBtntrmctil and ttlll more pitiful arcumenta he makes can have but email Influence with real student, W. J. 01 1 IJ NT. York- N- Y. A receiver la to be appoint! for (t Pneumatic Tool Co. In which S4hwab It the principal atockowner. One by one the tot fall. VrtUy noon the whole ground will U rowej with them. "liiCURABLE HEART DISEASE S00I1 CURED! By the Or tat Specialist In Treating Heart Disease, Franklin Miles, AL D.t LL. B. Will Send $3.75 Worth of His Per sonal Treatment Free as a Trial. To demonstrate the unusual cura tive powers of his new and complete special treatments by mail for heart disease, short breath, pain in the side, oppression in the chest, irregu'ar pulse, palpitation, smothering spells, puffing of the ankles, or dropsy, Dr. Miles will send $3.75 worth free as a trial, to all who mention this paper. His treatments are the result of twenty-five years of careful study, ex tensive research, and remarkable ex perience in treating the various ail ments of the heart, stomach 'and nerves, which so often complicate each case. So astonishing are the re sults of his complete special treat ments that he does not hesitate to of fer all persons a trial free. ' Nothing could be more liberal, tew physicans have such confidence in their remedies. There is no reason why all afflicted persons should not avail themselves of this exceedingly liberal offer, as they may never have another such opportunity. No death comes as suddenly as that from heait disease. Mrs. A. Kronclc, of Huntington, Ini., wag cured after thirty physicians tailed: Mrs Flora Graetor, of BriBtolville, O., alter twenty-two; James K. Waite, the noted actor, after a score had pronounced him incurable; Mrs. Frank Smith, of Chicago, after five leading physicians had given her up; Mr. Julius Keister, of Chicago, alter ten; Mrs. K. 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