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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

ffrmrnpffi Jppj $ffyKWlwl ;.rOIBi-: , . i The Commoner. ii FEBRUARY 0, 1003. an ii TPH$8 amssaMssasasssssMsswasassMsMaMsMasas mmmmimmmim&mimm The Democratic Substitute. HORTON COUNTY, North Dakota, has rich black loam soil oa clay foundation, producing heavy crops whore corn prows. Good water in "wells 10 to 80 feet. Where Coal Is Pree. Fccdlne about six weeks in year. Creameries sell butter at El cin prices. Farm land $7 to $12 per acre. Graz ing lands U to $7. 1C0 acres Free Homestead ad joining. 0.000 people now in county. Healthiest OllmatC. Write ior nil iu tumeia w P" - ,- quMIIIMHIIM w I Mandart Box nN. Dak., or u L. LaSafle St. Chicago, III. $3000. STOCK BOOK FREE It Contains 183 large En&rwlnBi of Hmmi. Cattle, Goita.Sheop.Uw.roultry.tc. Itcoet us 13000 tohava our artists make those life-engravings. ItsWasHls torr and Description of tho Different Brecde ox Stock and Poultry. It contain a finely Illustrated Wuf Z. Wftoo Ca.h It Hot Described. BOOK MAILED VREE, Pottag...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

y wwiq m-pMMWpww'nij naitimnnjmmiiimi rMWf The Commoner. .VOLUME 3, NUMBER H 12 " i i . "t A -Jltx" f On January 24 after a week of un tiring offort on tho part ot tno uomo cratic leaders, Henry M. Toller was re olocted as senator from Colorado. ' An Important movo on tho part of tho legislature of Nobranka was taken on January 24 whon Senator Hall of Douglas county took tho first stops to lnsuro tho calling of a constitutional convention to amond tho constitution C tho stato. A dofinlto arrnngomont for tho for mation of a combine among tho owner of anthradto coal mines in Iflnglmid was mado on January 24 and It Is understood that tho company is to bo prganizod with a capital of $15,000,000. m On January 2B It was reported from Mexico Olty that nows had been re ceived by minister of tho Interior of oarthquako and volcanic disturbances nonr Urlquo, In tho stato of Chihua hua, Nontanana mountain has been riven In twain and tho atmosphere is flllod with lino volcanic dust- Volcanic dis...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

ujiumuiii wmmwmwiiW'wvjwwmivmmiWWH' J ww'.hiwwpwp ' in wjnw "TWBPPWffW'-"' ' ' 'A 4" The Commoner. FEBRUARY 6, 1903. 3 SSBjBWwp5BSrS'i iw'wwww"ww'p5!5iwF Chicago Is tho placo to buy your supplies for least monoyj Also Quickest shipmonts. Buy at Wholesale Prices We Sell better roods at lower prices and mnlcoquickor shipments than any othor firm. and save IS to 40 per cent on everything you use. It can be done. Over 875,000 wide-awake, careful buyers sent us their orders last month and got high-grade, honest merchandise the kind it pays to buy- at a big saving over usual prices. They were the people who knew the value of a dollar saved. You, too, can do it, Ji FEW SPECIMEN VALUES are here shown, selected from our UOOpage catalogue, which contains pictures and prices on 70,000 articles of everyday use. MORRIS CHAIR Undo of golden oak or in mahogany or woathorcd oak finish. Mnsslvo, heavy carved and well-finished, framo jrovorsiblo cushions covered with imported figured volour plush; ad...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

-fr- "- r vr vcMtffffFi ; i The Commoner. VOLUME 3; NUMBER . H "f r"r7T- ir THE FORUM OP THE WEEKLY PRESS Tarklo'(Mo.) Independent: The ro- organizers in Missouri tried bard to t;ot up a fight on Hon. W. J. Stono, for United States nonator to succeed G. G. Vest All the republican papers and other gold brick papers of the Btato are publishing falsehoods con cerning Mr. Stono. Tho assault upon liim had no significance and only oorved to show tho spleen and hatred of tho rcorganlzcrs for Mr. Stono. Tho common pooplo want Mr. Stono to suc ceed Mr. Vest and ho will do so not withstanding tho frantic opposition of tho rcorganlzcrs and tho republicans. Hero is to Senator W. J. Stono of Mis souri. nocltland (Mo.) Opinion: A repub lican paper, called tho Yollow Jacket, printed in North Carolina, concedes that "It is truo that'thoro were "not qulto so many trusts when the dem , ocra'cy was In power;" but then, it says, tlioro aro no soup-houses now. Suro enough; can't get coal enough to mako ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

RjW'SSfPIP'fBW K The Commoner. FEBRUARY G, 1903. i5 Samples Mailed Free A Trial Packago of Dr. Btosser's Ca tarrh Cure Will bo Ssnt Free to Any Sufferer From Catarrh To Remonstrate tlio merits of his remedy, Dr. Blosser offers to mail, free of charge, to any one suffering from Catarrh, a three days' trial pack age of this valuable medicine. If the trial package does not con vince you of its curative properties, you will have been at no expense; if it benefits you, you will gladly order a month's treatment at $1.00. It is a harmless, pleasant, vegetable compound, which Is smoked in a pipe, the medicated smoke, being inhaled, reaches directly the mucous mem branes lining the head, Yiose, throat and lungs, -heals the ulcerated parts, effecting a radical and permanent cure. Mr. Joseph Chabot, Kaycee, Wyo., writes: "I am free from catarrh, ow ing to your wonderful remedy." An nie 33. Young, Camden, N. J., writes: "Am completely cured of catarrh after using your medicine." Mrs. E. M. Howd...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

ywwMwpw wiy uy wpw3 . y The 'Commoner. 6 VOLUME 3, NUMBER fcV . -to?--. K A Democratic Substitute (Continued from Pago 11.) corporation, combination of corpora tions, or association of individuals empowored under this act to trans act foroign or Intorstato business whon such corporation or combina tion of corporations or associations of individuals has or attempts to mo nopollsso or control tho manufacture, production, or sale of tho same in any manner whatever, and upon tho dissolution of said monopoly to tho satisfaction of the foreign and in ternal commorco commission, the president of tho United States is horo by authorized to rcstoro tho import duty upon tho commodity or com modities which was or wero removed or affected thoreby. Sec. 0. That once in every year, on a dato to bo determined by tho foreign and intornal commorco commission, ovory corporation, combination of corporations, or associations of indi viduals, ongagod in foroign or Inter state commorco shall mako a com pl...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

1JWVW """JlHHr" "VMf""'!' ''.' """ ''n' "$fT Jpp5'i4um'Jjj!tfw,"fc'r ' rw " 'i ;aamyniy'aMn Commoner. i WILLIATI J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CFike Vol. 3. No. 4. . Lincoln, Nebraska, Feb. 13, 1903. Whole No. 108. A CALL TO ARHS! . Democrats who are democrats from principle should assert themselves. Not only is it their duty to do so, but they need to do so if they would j-ave the party from disaster and demoralization. Reports from every section of the country make it certain that those who left the party in 1896 under the pretense of opposition to bimetallism are making a systematic effort to regain control of the party with a view to placing it in the position it occupied under Grover Cleveland's administration. In this they are being aided by the hss extreme representatives of the corporation element that voted the ticket for regularity's sake w thout endorsing the platform. These elements do not work openly and honestly, but covertlv and through agents who beg for "harmony....

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

--.iMuppi, ijiwupiimpj h a Volume 3, Number '4. i 1 I l)ohaW, romovablo only by conviction, on jm Inoachraont, for somo crlroo or misdemeanor', . ' According to Hamilton's plan tho senatowaa to consist of porsona choson by electors "olectcd for that purposo by tho citizens and Inhabitants of the several states," and tben bo proceeds to fix a property qualification for tho electors who are to cIioobo tho senators. They must have "In their own right or In tho right of their wives, an es tato in land for not less than life or a term of ytcarfl whoreof, at tho tlmo of giving their votes, there shall bo at least fourteen years unexpired." Not only did bo want tho president to hold ofllco for llfo (unless Impeached), not only did ho want sonators to hold ofllco for llfo (unless im peached), and elected by electors having a pre scribed property qualification, but articlo 8, sec tion 1, of his plan provided "that tho governor of president of each stato shall bo appointed under tho authority...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

wpri!F"ifP"1 J HJlliii;ifHiWpi,Jimi-'iiWiWpM'WW I'W'iwmi'Wpw WIPRWP .1 The Commoner. FEBRUARY 13, 1903. THE FOWLER CURRENCY BILL 1 pt7Sr,"'W During the recent campaign republican or gans and orators persistently denied that there was any serious intention of passing the Fowler bill. In spite of the fact that the Fowler bill was re ported in the first session of the present congress by the republican majority of tho house commit tee, republican newspapers and in some instances republican congressmen who were candidates for re-election, assured the people that the Fowler bill was dead beyond all hope of resurrection, and that democrats who referred to that measure, were merely employing it as a scarecrow. Today the Jtf'owler bill is before congress and it js being pushed, with such vigor that it is impossi ble for republican leaders to longer deceive the jjeople It is true that there is a difference be tweeiTtlie Fowler bill as reported at tho last ses sion and the Fowler bill that is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

fflwppwpwyyiSrW " ""'i.ipuwi.'iiwiijiiiH' ilijm-"' ;: -&wr?iii .iw!fPl(WWPp The Commoner &!- E '"- 4 The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Kntcred nl the postoflicc ut Lincoln, Nebraska, ob second class mall mnltcr. IliRMS-PAYABLB IN ADVANCE. OncYcnr $1,00 tlxflonthfi 50c Three Honths 35c Single Copy 5C Sample Coplen Prce. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS enn be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also he sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agent have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post ofllce money order, express order, or by banL draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEVAL5.--The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, tuea:H that payment has been received to and Including the last Issue o.' January, 190a Two weeks arc required after money is received before the date en the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OP ADD...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

The Commoner. ITEBRTJiCRY 13. 1003. Less than two months ago Mr. Roosevelt do ItJajM that "the progress of the Philippine islands in material well-being has. been Progress astounding." Referring to this and statement, the Springfield Distress. (Mass.) Republican calls atten tion to the fact that recently, Mr. Roosevelt sent to congress a special message calling for an appropriation of $3,000,000 to re lievo "the present distress in tko islands." The withdrawal of Addicks from the sena torial contest in Delaware and the rejection by the senate judiciary committee Byrne of tQ nomination of William and M. Byrne to bo United States Addlcks. district attorney for Delaware did not materially help the Roosevelt boom for 1904. Byrne was an Addicks man and Mr. Roosevelt was severely criticised for appointing him in view of the fact that so many republicans were arrayed against the Addicks machine. A resident of Des Moines, la., writing to the .Chicago Chronicle, gives expression to a thought...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

mmmmmt HHH2 WW 6 The Commoner. Volume SJ Number 4. 1 CUKR8NT .Ctn. mmfmmmmmmmmmm 1 " ' ' ' T- .- - -lwVy5w VNi Hf W Bi f 4$t'jj)j 1lwMrOrJ I5 -fT7yrSTV,'Jj jji. ., A N IOWA MAN DIED LEAVING AN ESTATE . valued at $5,000. There wore no relatives to provido for funeral arrangements and the un dertaker used his own judgment. The casket cost $425 and tho undortaUor put in a bill for extras bringing the sum up to $526. Tho administrator declined to pay tho bill on tho ground that tho charges wore exorbitant in vlow of tho fact that tho dead man had been comparatively poor. In tho lower court tho undertaker secured a judg ment for ?455. Tho administrator appealed tho caso to tho Iowa supremo court and that body has rovorscd tho caso declaring that even that sum was altogether too large. In ita opinion tho su premo court said: "The idea that a man dying leaving an cHtato of less than $5,000 should have a cakot costing $125 and that his estate should bo burdened with funeral expenses amounti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

t"r f "Vfm"F' ""! """V 1 wt- nt t. Jt The Commoner. FEBRUARY 13, 1903 J 7 W" apterlsHrWImbs dianlaved In this "beautiful Incident tliat cemented the -friendship beJweefT the "old-time" rnegroes andwhiCea of the ;south. umortuaawjij1; bucu iuuiuvuuj mu uctuiuiub;;i"v mtnnf ,tnnp . f f. .CVU1J JUU.1. t. & a? rI TT IS' BELIEVED BY MANY j?iRSQNS- THATJ X eiectriciiy win raite mo inuuu ui owaui u. the operation of railroads at an early day and in this connection a dispatch to tUoChicrfgo Inter Ocean under' date of Now Yorlt- January 31 is interesting. In this dispatch it is said: "From New York to Chicago in ten hours, is the aim of the builders of a wonderful electric car, planned, to run 150 miles an hour by the third-rail sys tem. The fifst of the huge motors-are-now be , ing installed in Elizabeth into cars that will give Chicago and Aurora, 111., the fastest suburban ser vice in the world. It Is predicted thatthe time is now close at hand when the twenty-hour flyer to Chicago wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

wiy . g j? 'mm s- mu TVplf The Commoner. Volume 3, Number, & 8 MwfTW W' Hli"l I t Jl M M V. -J U. im- -JL- VYW.'afiBt.fHl I Mil i m vl 7 0?'ftr- - ..awi''i gec j ilSFA 7s ic'4WJBMl3nv --TJv'lLj) VMf. . ? - -m r ! m h m. v i Conducted by tWeen Watts Jcfp Separtmen i 1 11'; fc'jgf " .'" tT February' Rains. 0, drcnry day. No sound la board Savo winds and floods that down ward pour, And timid fluting of a bird That pipes one low note o'er and o'er. Beforo tho blast tho baro trees lean, Tho ragged clouds sail low and . gray, And all tho wretched, wintry scono Is but ono blur o driving spray. O, day so moot for memories For musing by tho vacant hearth On that which was and that which is, And thoso who walk no moro on earth. And yot, mothinks, this dreary day Somo brighter lessons still may bring, Though winter storms still hold their sway, TIs faint forotokon of tho spring. Bonoath tho coasoless boat of rain Earth's snowy shroud fast disap pears, As sorrow pressing on tho brain, Fades...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

wm'H'mHWUg'WW'JP'n i m imhmHP HWilH.il HtWHWH ''iPWJJ.T WW'WSWN"P,,B' ' The Commoner, FEBRUARY 13, 1903. WM'WWiT)i.'l'Wwu.wifwaw uon drawn being the drawer valcn tine. ' -' J '' -y The festival' was introduced irito America at an early date, with ;much observance for a long time, but has undergone material changes being now limited to an exchange of anony mous communications between friends, though the communications are often made the vehicle of sundry verses arid cuts of varying sentiments, not air ways complimentary to the receiver. w The Ladies' Home Journal has this to say: Most people who buy the elaborate and artistic valentines that All the shop windows early in February, al though intent on honoring a quaint old custom, probably do not realize that the manufacture of valentines to day is the result of a woman's clever ness and ingenuity in the early part of the last century. It may interest them to know, therefore, that the first fancy valentine ever made in Ameri ca was th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

"unwFpflWJW SjfcT-iifty X ifci ' rV toS&SNiffitifi WCWQm S,' 1 10 f he Commoner- Kr Volume 3, Number L BEST FOR THE BOWblL Btnoothost, cwilont, moat perfect way tho bowols oloar and olefin Is to tnko CANDY OATHARTIO jwli'lyS i 'J3T(PKW nf knanlnff tiwriBHMBiMriMMBaaar (EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Pleufmiit, l'nlatnbl. Potent, Tnjto aoofl, Do Gool, Never Blckon. Wcnkon orOrlpoi 10, 25 and 60 contn pcrliox. Wrlto for iroo bmupIo, and book, lot on lion' tb. Addroiin Storllno Flcmcdy Company, Chlcaqo op Now York, KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEflH LIVE QUESTIONS INCLUDING Our renal Macliiuery and Its Yictiuis JJY J03IN P. ALTGELD KX'Governor or Illinois. SB micalionii trtated in this book are not only qttrtioiut of the dau-iircmtno for solution-hut many of them vi ally affect the wclfareand han vinera of mankind, and can only be intelligently tcUlcd by a thorough investigation and wide dis auaUnu Preface. New edition, Inruo typo, jrood paper and noat bind ing. Paper 35o cloth 75o 3 coplttt, pnper cover ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

IMaumiin imwimnmmumm Pwwpwpiw ww 1 1 .wvwmmfimm Tjrmmmmi,mvm mmnmmnm m "J? 10 The Commoner. , " ;'.' i'V1'- voiume j, xNumoer 5. li 'll"'""'t'"'l"i'f':i irifi ' !" at- ' WaWXIHWW'tF ' '" BEST FOB TBE BOWELS Tf yon linvon't n roirnlnr, lioaltliy movomont of tha tiowolnovoryday.you'rolllorwlllbo, KcopyOur bowoU onon, nnU fo well. Forco. In tho shnpo of Tlolont jnyld or pill poloon, Is dnnirorouii. Tha Binoothost, ofinloot, most porfoct way of kooplng tho bowola olonr aud olonn Is to tnko CANDY CATHARTIC EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Pleaimnt, I'nlntnbto. I'otont, Tnsto Oood, Do Good, Novor Slekon, wcnlton or Orlpoj 10, 2fi nnd 60 oontH jiorbox. Writo for frooaiunplo, aud book lot on lion1 th, Addroaa 33 Slorllna (Icmcdy Company. Chlcnno or New York. KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN LIVE QUESTIONS INCLUDING Our Teual Machinery and Its Victims BY J01IN P. ALTGELD KX'dovcrnor of Illinois. fl?f questions trtateil in this bnol: are not only qiktvtium of the dayj)resslno for nolutionbut memy of them vt ally affe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

wTrr-- jym-iwt . The Commoner. FEBRUARY 13, 1903. ii f- nwmiftvum-Mmmttwwr h -yy "f t vg4 If you suffer from EdIIcdsv. Fits. Fallln Sick ness, St. Vitus' Dance, or Vertigo, have children, relatives, friends or neighbors that do so, or know people that are afflicted, my New Treatment will immediately relieve and PERMANENTLY CURB them, and all you are asked to do ts to send for my FREE TREATMENT and try It. It has CURED thousands where everything else failed Will be sent In plain package absolutely free express prepaid. My Illustrated Book, " EpUepay Explained," FREE by mall. Please give cam, AGE and full address. All correspondency professionally confidential. W. H. MAY, M. D.; 04 Pin Street, Now York ClfcV ffJMM&$$ffJi nORTON COUNTY, North Dakota, has rich black loam soil on clay foundation, producing1 heavy crops where corn grows. Good water in wells 10 to 80 feet. Where Coal Is Free. Feeding about six weeks In year. Creameries sell butter at El gin prices. Farm lands $7 to $12...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

"V1ilP w iMttJi C"""fi wwr'1 The Commoner. FEBRUARY 13, 1903. ii mhp'W "V"wtfwwwwfmytiwmmji'niiW!'iiKf If you suffer from Epilepsy, Fits, Falling Slcfc. Hess. St. Vltus's Dance, or Vertigo, have children, relatives, friends or neighbors that do go, or know people that are afflicted, my New Treatment will immediately relievo and PERMANENTLY CURB them, and all you are asked to do is to send for my FREE TREATMENT and try It. It has CURED thousands where everything else failed Will be sent In plain package absolutely free express prepaid. My Illustrated Book," BpUcpsy Explained," FREE by mail. Please give name, AGE and full address All CorrwpcndcacQ professionally confidential. W. H. MAY, M. O.; 4 Pino Street, New York CifcV IMtfrVWiWi The Fowler Bill MtmmmfmmfMMmwmiwmmmmwwwmfmwmrmrfi FIORTON COUNTY, North Dakota, has rich black loam soil on clay foundation, producing heavy crops where corn grows. Good water in wells 10 to 80 feet. Where Coal Is Pree. Feeding about six wcoks in year. Cr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 February 1903

HBWJP I'JV""" pfnfV" jM&iWMWf-iiMV'"f'"gJ"" gy IMPH'-iMpMWP1 Wf,l,H 'Cij. i hi pfHipM'ppjH" -TW " " '-xtrfjs?m!t. 'm'yp- vim -'t'lJl'm wwmwijrw i m 18 The Commoner. yolum 3, Number On January 31 United States Mln iator Powoll and a representative or tho government of San Domingo Hlgncd a protocol providing for arbi tration of claims in dispute botweon tho Dominican government and an im provement company of Now York, tho government also 1b to pay the company $4,500,000 for all its rights and fran chises. Tho powors of Great Britain, Ger many and Italy have rejected Minister Bowcn'a proposition for a settlement of tho dilllculty with Venezuela. Theso throo powers inslBt on preferential troatmont in tho payment of claims, and it is feared that this attitude will bring tho negotiations to a standstill. Ropresentatlvo John N. W. Itumplo of tho Second Iowa district diod in Chicago on January 31, at the ago of tJl years. Ho has been a momber of congress for one term, and tho funeral wa...

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