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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

The Commoner. WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. No. 6. S Iflffi1 Nebraska, Feb. 27, 1903. Whole No. 110. . ir. m Zbe test of Democracy. Abstract of a Speech HelivcreiL by Mr. Bryan at the Annual Dinner Given by the Jcffersoii-Jaclcson-Lincoln League on Lin coin's Birtliday, Feb. 12, at Columbus, 0. The following is the substance of the speech delivered by Mr. Bryan at Columbus, O., February 12, at the dinner given on Lincoln's birthday by the Jofferson-Jackson-Lincoln league. Hon. John J. Lenta was toastmaster and ex-Governor Budd of California and Mayor Tom L. Johnson of Cleve land also made speeches. Mr. Bryan said: It is entirely appropriate that we celebrate this day. In April," 1859, the republicans of Boston celebrated the birthday of Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln in a letter expressing his re gret that he could not bo present eulogized the author of the Declaration of Independence in eloquent terms. Lincoln said at another time that ho had no political...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

mmimimtt)mmMmfm mMm&Mmfmattnun m S 1 :, m- i i W '( Very Important Bearing, Tho Washington correspondent of tho Chi cago Record-Herald in a diflpatch to his paper undor dato of February 8 intimates that tho al leged telegram from Mr. Rockefeller to cortain republican senators was mado public by President Roosovelt This correspondent quotes one senator as saying that it was certainly remarkablo that coupled with tho publication of this telegram is an authorized statement from the White houso that unless there is trust legislation there will bo an extra session of congress. This correspondent explains: "Although this senator did not malco a positive statement to this effect, ho indicated that It was entirely possible that tho admin istration had desired tho publication of tho tologram and given it publicity through somo of its representatives in tho senate. "If this should bo tho fact, or if It should bo gonorally boliovcd to bo tho fact by trust magnatos, tho political significan...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

rrrrr ni' The Commoner. F FEBRUARY 27, 1903. 3.7 f'ff(K.fT)ftrKia. , -rTitmWmlSlf wrr.JSTJJy! A CAMPAIGN OF DECEPTION If tho reorganizes obtain control of the party they cannot bo trusted to bring about a single reform that the people need. They had their chance under Mr. Cleveland's administration and they not only failed to accomplish anything for the benefit of the country, but they divided the party and. carried into tho republican party all whom they could control. Even the patronage, which tho reorganizers seem" to regard as tho principal object of party contention, was used to injure tho democratic party and to corrupt many of those who received official reward. The reorganizers are not willing to harmonize. They have never made a proposition looking to ward harmony. They are as insolent today as .thoy were In '96 and they not only demand what they demanded then, but more, too. Then they jonly asked that we favor international bimetallism in preference to independent bimetall...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

t --'"n ' wfir"w 4fl y' 'V lll?W'W5p5l1W gatww'wr The Commoner. i ! ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered nt the pofitoflicc at Lincoln, Nebraska, m econd claei mall matter TERftlS-PAYABLO IN ADVANCE. One Year Si.eo I I Three Honttis. ......,.. 350 SUflontha 50c Single Copy 5 Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. w ' SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to Tho Commoner. They can also be sent throiiRh newspapers which have adver lUcd a chlbblnjj rate, or through local agents, where such agent! liave been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post flice money order, express order, or by banL draft on New York or Chicago. Do not s;iid individual checks, stamps, or woney. RENEWALS.-The date on your wrapper shows when your stib?crlptlon will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, means that payment has been received to and Including the last Issueof January, 1903 Two weeks are required after money is received before the date n the wrapper can be changed. CIIANUB OP ADDRESS.-Subscrlbers requesting a change ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

. (,"',ffV -T-rtJ The Commoner. FEBRUARY 27, 1903. 5 5PWwj"w i y V -rt " "f r fair1pF"r'- ,vS This is Sublirao Reassurance. things." Tho European princess who recently eloped with her French tutor has made a statement in ikxui iiei " ,utu a-ha ,ioYiiPa that she ever wrote a letter containing coarse remarks about her husband; and this princess adds: "People in our rank of life never do such mi.1- nn..nnna win bo oxtremeiv gratifying to tho plain and simple folk who bo- i i i.innn, tmvA nnmn to beliOVO cause ot hovuiui mwucuu, ? - i that, after all, pernaps kings and queens ana ,ucbt ui.vv- ',: mPB fi,o rpt of US. princes ana princusu mw o " ' made of clay and may do wrong under provoca tion. It is proposed by some congressmen that the position of special pension commissioner be cre ated for each state. This com The missioner is to take from the Pension members of congress the duty of Airent. looking after tho pensions. K there are any members of con gress who have grown weary of disc...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

tt it.t. AiJidM - 6 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 1 CUKBeNT OPICS jOv ZT. -a-. .-- VHP - ii r PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES WHO complain of tho tribulations consequent to oxtromo cold weather and the machinations of tho Ico trust will understand that their condition after all is very comfortable compared with tho condi tion of sonio other pcoplo in tho world. The St Petersburg correspondent of the Chicago Chron icle says that northern Siberia is threatened with an ico ago, and that tho winter has never before boon anything liko so sovcro as this year. Tho ox tromo cold wcathor began last July before tho grain was ripe. Tho grain froze in the fields and beforo tho end of September, tho usual harvest, tho oarth was cracking with intonse frost Ac cording to this correspondent "so unusual an oc currence extending 1,000 miles, attracted the at tention of tho Russian authorities and an expedi tion sent to inquire into tho causes now re ports that huge masses of polar ice .are rapidly leavi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

I FEBRUARY 27, 1903. ' pt age. Ho lias been a widower 123 years. The certificate of bis wife's death shows that she died in 1780, after forty-sovcri years of married life. His son, who died in 1824, was said to bo 90 years oid. v? ar- ' MANUSCRIPTS AND. LETTERS FORMERLY, owned by John G. Whittier were sold at auction in New York city February 6. The pro ceeds of the sale are to bo used for the main tenance of the old .Whittier homestead. Refer ring to this sale the New York correspondent of the Chicago Chronicle says: "An original draft of a message by President Lincoln to congress in regard to the Freedman's Aid society obtained by Charles Sumner from Lincoln "and presented to ."Whittier, brought $845, the highest figure of tho sale. A letter from Alfred Tenhyson to Whittier went for $400. Among tho purely Whittier relics an original unpublished and last stanza of tho poem published in the '50's 'to my sister' a stan za of which is signed in full by the author-1-was sold for $23. T...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

ft The Commoner. 8 VOLUME 3, NUMBBE 8. m I H K I E CijjMtZT on n r4mwn 13 -- - V - L.UJU UL.I UU ISX VI V JT M M .-? Uf ve j&fS Conducted by 'Heen Waffs Mcty In (he Light of Death. .When all the wheels of life are Tun ing alow, And all the fires of life are falling low And flickering to an end Then, in Death's dawning light we seem to know What it all means why things must happen so, And not as we intond. I thought to keep my Hfq both good and fair; Now, broken, blotched and ugly, it lies there Snrcad. llko a map, to view. i I made the blots, the blunders, every where, Tho bitter disappointments, hi full share, Tho sorrows, old and new. But though fresh failures come' with each fresh day, Though pain persists, and will not pass away, Till life itself shall coase Taught by this gleam of Death's keen searching ray, "No human life is whole," I'vo learnt to say, "But of God's plan a piece." Each individual lifo is not our own; 'Tis in God's building just one little stone Chiselled t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

j mi ,nim mpi,i.,twpJui pnuPM-iw 0 The Commoner, FEBRUARY 27, 1903. 9 ipiiwf i ymmmpummw m s,-A TW'.fl . it; : r x;y n How to Cure Catarrh. A Rarhady That Has Proved Success ful in Thousands of Cases of 'Catarrh, Bronchitis and Asthma. Dr. Blosser,the celebrated Catarrh Specialist, offers a trial sample of his valuable remedy to any one sufferipg from Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, Ca tarrhal Deafness, etc The remedy is to be smoked and the medicated smoke-vapor penetrates into every dis eased part of the head, throat ahd lungs. Wonderful success has attended the use of -this remedy. Thousands jof cases have been cured many of them were of 15, 20, 25 and even 40 years' standing. ..Mr. I. V. Morgan, Riverside, Ky., writes: "After suffering from catarrh for five' years, am sound and well." Dr. L. .li. Murrey, Archer, Tenn., writes: ' "Cured my boy of chronic throat trouble." Mrs. B, M. Nevins, Wakefield, N. H., writes: "Cured ca tarrh and asthma of 20 years' stand ing." The cost of a mo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

, r nil I.WIIWVK 'UM W The Commoner. 10 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 8. m 'Jrfi ii . ij s yc At 52s factory pnccs Sold direct to you if is tho celebrated W SPLIT HICKORVSPEGIAL nndtlio prlcols only T.CO and It towntlo nnjr ono nnywliro on HO PATH' FJiKK TICIA.fi to onablo ptirchuaor to boo how good It Is. Muli quality, low prlco. Guaranteed 2 years. Frw trlnl bofnro burin. What uioro do you wnnt? Hond for our largo froo Oatalouno of Split Hickory Vohlclos and nnrneea. AddroM OUIO CARRIAGE MFQ. CO.,Mfllloa I m qadanm, u. A WIFE S MESSAGE Cured Her Husband of Drinking:. Write Hir Today and Shi Will Gladly Ttll You How Sh Did It My husband was a hard drlnltor for over 20 years ami had tried In ovory way to stop but couiu not do no. I at last cured him by a sitnplo homo remedy which any ono can irlvo sccrotly. I want every ono who has drunkonnoss In their homes to know of this and if tuoy nro slncoro in their desiro to euro this dlscaso and will write to mo, I will toll them just what tho remedy is...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

tft i vmwn ijwjpw - .v;wigttss!jrtf"' ' ""W The Commoner. FBBHUABY 27, 1003. ii WHERE THE TRUSTS BUILD NESTS FW- If any serious action ia to bo taken against the trusts, dear fellow citi zens, the action will have to be taken pretty, soon. Please believe that be fore many years shall have passed the man who advocates interfering with the truBts and their reciiless operations vWill be looked down upon as a dangerous agitator and an enemy ' of property. Today the average citizen is in fav or of curbing the trusts, of attacking them through the tariff, or taxing them, of worrying them into decency. Bdeaiise, today; it is understood that a few powerful trust builders own the trusts, collect' the trust profits, and that any trust regulation will be at the expense of these few very rich men. Buti very' rapidly indeed, and very t intelligently, these" big trust men are putting themselves' in a safe and strong position. They know the American citizen Very well, and they know that out of a h...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

r" .V'."IWWW wmrnmmmfmmm9mm ' The Commoner. .VOLUMK 3, NUMBER ft, 12 i -jarwm'jmT' nrjf -' I. L " j-r ' '" ' USA. It was recontly announced that Rus sia la massing a formidablo array o warships in tho Mediterranean and it is oxpectcd that this fleet will proceed to Port Arthur in tho very near fu ture, to bo in readiness in caso o trouhlo in Asiatic waters. An Associated press cablegram from Manila reports that Bayan, the strong est Moro stronghold in tho island o Mindanao, has submitted to tho American forces commandod by Cap tain Porshing, and this peaceful sub mission is rogarded as being a great triumph for tho Americans. Four hundred Americans in Havana on Fobruary 15 observed tho anni versary of tho destruction of tho bat tloshlp Maino in Havana harbor. Tho Wrock was drapod with flags and crape and tributes woro paid to those who lost their lives in tho disaster. Tho ravages of tho bubonic plaguo continue at Mazatlan, Moxico, and a rellof fund has been started in Mexi co City ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

f. ' The Commoner. FEBRUARY 27, 1903. 3 fmMBzmm Drunkards Cured Secretly A Home Cure Which Any Lady Can Give Secretly That Will Positively Stop Drinking TRIAL PACKAGE MAILED FREE. An odorless and tasteless remedy when put in the drunkard's coffee or food will destroy all Acairc for drink. This remedy is so simple that The Noted Salvation Army "Worker Says: I Think the World Owes a Debt of Gratitude- to Dr. Haines, the Discoverer of Golden Specific. anyone can use it and the drunkard need never know why he quit drinkingintoxicatiug liquors. It is a physical impossibility for anyone to drink intoxicating liquors and take this medi- Rev. Shimpfelraan, a noted German divine, aays: "I am gratified to pay that I have met many canes ot drunkenness cured by Golden Specific The secrecy with which it can be used is certainly a great gain to the cause of temper- ftttCC" " Dr. Rene Chabot, one of the greatest of medi cal scientists, says: "Golden Specific is the only cure for drunkenness. It le...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

The Commoner. 14 VOLUME 3, NUMBER . '.'- T II B T B ST- 0 F D B M 0 G li A 0 Y (Continual from Page One.) tied! Secretary Shaw In his latest report declares that wo havo just reached one phase of the money ques tion. Your own splendid exponent of democracy, tho president, has already callod attention to it Mr. Shaw says: "Tho f rouuent purchaso and retirement of bonds, renders tiip amount avallablo for circulation gradually less, wlillo a rapidly growing population, addi tional hanking facilities, and expand ing trade suggest jilio need of an over lncrcasing circulation. 1 therefore bc llovo tho time has arrived when it will bo necessary to adopt one of two policies: cither tho government debt must uo perpetuated as a uasis ior na tional bank circulation, and additional bonds issued as occasion may require, of some other system must be provid ed." Horo 1b a financial proposition that must bo mot and it involves tho same question raised by other phases of tho inouoy problem, namely, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

wyqfw-'gyW'py'WWi :jWlj iljw t -w "strT "" ww-,- Mfl'rtii wr-w TTVAyyf-yiffwv'wiWUWII W"v The FEBRUARY 27, 1903. 15 i'ijjwujww Ji-pirs' DEAFNESS CURED Louisville Man Originates a Simple Little Device That Instantly Restores the Hear ing Fits Perfectly, Com fortably,and Does Not Show- I SO-Pags Book Frei Tolls all About It . fyj3W ij. zs" Since the discovery of a Xouisville man it Js no longer necessary for any deaf person to carry a trumpet, a tube, or any such old-fashioned de rice, for it is now possible for any one to-Jiear perfectly by a simple invention that fits in the ear and cannot be detected. The honor bclonga to Mr. George H. Wilson of Louisville, who was himself deaf, and now hears as well as any 5ne. He calls it Wilson's Common Sense Ear Drum, is built on the strictest scientific principles, con taining no metal of any kind, and is entirely new in every respect. It is so small that no one can -ee it, but, nevertheless it collects all sound waves and diverts them atgains...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 February 1903

P" fy mf Vr'mrrr WJ -.wr K Afl,1HTijpftr narr ( The Commoner. 16 VOLUME 3, NUMBER ft. ' rwny Mm . V- CLUBLIST. Anyone of llio foiiowtnff "will be isnt with THIS COMMONER, both onoyear, for the club prico: I'drlodlcnlB mny bo lent to different adclreiiei If dcairod. Your friends mny wish to join with you In snndiiiR for a combination. All sub scriptions nro for ono year, nul if now. begin with the current number unlow otherwise di rected, rresont subscribers need not valt un til their subscriptions expire Renewals re ceded now will bo entered for n full yoar from ozpirntion dnte. Subscriptions for Arena, Lit ernry Digest and Public Opinion must be NEW. Renewals for these threo not actoptud. Yorolftn poHtne oxtra. AGRICULTURAL. Utp. Club Prfr Trlco Farm nnd Homo, somi-mo $ .M $1.00 Farmer's Wifo. mo M 1.00 Farm Stock and Homo, snminio. .50 J.W Homo and Farm. semlmo .M) 1.00 Missouri Vnlli'y Farmer, mo .50 1.00 OrnnKe Judd Knmur, wk 1.00 ! Poultry Topics, mo .& J-'jO Pralrlo Farmor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

Mf"' Commoner. WILLIATl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Lincoln, Nebraska, March 6, 1903. Whole No. in. Vol. 3. No. 7. EKSKil! The 1 m DEMOCRATIC OPPORTUNITY Speech ddlvertdby Mr. Bryan at Wilmington, Delaware, Feb. 18, 1003. Friends and Fellow Democrats: It is very gratifying indeed to meet the representatives of the democracy of Delaware about this banquet board. This gathering is not much like the first TnnHnir-T had hero. I came to Delaware at u I time when you did not Know mo, and I did not :nw von. I -have often thought of the urst 1 speech I ever made in Wilmington. It was not a large meeting; there was plenty or room in iuo kail for any others who had aesirea u wm0. And T introduced myself, because there wasn'fa man in the community, so far as I knew, who was twilling to take the responsibility of introducing That was only, about six months oeiore i kcamo as a presidential candidate, when they near ly ruined the building trying to get in. I have been interested in watching ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

iT"""" HM'HP tc .1 . li ',l'V Organization Prevents Bolting. Somo of tho rcorganizors, recognizing that thoir secret schemes aro menaced by tho organi zation of Kansas City platform clubs aa pro posed by Tho Commonor, aro attempting to scaro loyal but weak-kneed democrats by saying that tlio contemplated movomont is a threatened bolt This charge is both falso and malicious and cornea with bad grace from thoso who have themselves bolted n democratic presidential nomination. Tho organization which it is desired to form at this timo ia similar In plan and purposo to tho bimetallic leaguo organized at Memphis in 1895 and without which it would havo been impossible to havo carried tho Chicago convention. A minor ity supplied with plenty of money and working through tho corporations can set up conventions against a majority when that majority is unor ganized. Organization and an open fight aro all that can protoct tho rank and fllo from tho de signs of thoso who desiro to emasculato tho d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

tx-fww7wf m-fl,ri The Commoner. 3 MARCH 6, 1903. AN -HARMONIOUS" HINT. According to the organs of the reorganizes, Kansas Oily platform democrats arc to be read out of the party "with Oroverin the chair.1 ty3gWfTVr H1r?5!75S155 Kansas City platform democrats are under obligation to the Brooklyn Eagle for a somewhat frank statement of the purpose of the reorganizes. The Eagle announces that "in 1904 there can he no democratic reiteration of the Bryanism of 1896 and 1900 on any of the points against which the country was then aroused." And referring to the Kansas City platform democrats as the -"Bryan remnant," the Eagle says that these demo crats "will have to support the nominee whoever he is and take their chances under him or they will have to get out" Then in order to make its desire for "harmony" well understood, the Eagle says, "If they (the Kansas City platform demo crats) get out, their loss will he more than made good by better men whom they alone have alien ated frc!m the d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

V 4HMn if . I 3 The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered nt Ujc poutoflice at I,!ucoln, Nebraska, a second tlntn mail matter. t rt TERA1S-PAYABLB IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 I I Three ftonths 950 Sbcnenthii 50c J Single Copy fie Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. ' 5linSCRIITIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can alflo be sent through newspnpers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post efflcc money order, express order, or by banL draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or Money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, means that payment lias been received to and including the !ast issue of January, 1902 Two weeks are required after mouey is received before the date n the wrapper con be changed. CI1ANOE OP ADDRESS.-Subscribers requesting a change f address must give the OL.D as well as...

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