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

"V The Commoner, m MARCH 13, 1903. 9 ahead of her. If the practice-is re peated every year on March 17, no more bugs Will be seen. Victoria, W. Va. Ask your ilorist for the Memorial roses. There are several varieties, but all creep on the ground, like ivy, are perfectly hardy, leaves glossy, and flower in July and August; flowers are single and dou ble; colors are white, blush pink, yel low and rosy-pink. The Wichuriana is the real "Memorial rose." Some catalogues advertise them in sets of four to six for 25c to 50c a set Katherine P., Chicago, 111. For "home-made salt pork," get the fresh est meat you can, from your butcher, if you do not raise your own, or buy from, some responsible party; the cur ing is either done by dry-salting or pickling, and sometimes it is begun with dry-salting and finished with pickling. For dry-saltihg, lay your pieces on a slanting platform, so it may drip; then, with every four pounds of salt mix half pound of brown sugar; thoroughly rub the meat with ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

,, TO-nn'wi i.?ijnyyliHHf(ll4 V The Commoner. tVOLUMB 3Z NUMBER 8. . 1 J in i "i. I f a '' vr m The Qrccnback Bacilli. pf bacilli In the greenbacks all the doctors ralso a fuss, Telling of tho many dangers that arc now confronting us; -'And thoy warn us, grave and solemn, in their acadomlc terms, Not to handlo filthy greenbacks with their myriads of germs. .Typhoid fever, chills and bunions, lockjaw, leprosy and grip, Through tho fibres of tho greenbacks everlastingly do skip; But they cannot scare your truly, from all danger I am freo, For the gay greenback bacilli well, they can't catcli mo. 'Smallpox caught me in its clutches moro than two decades ago; Mumps and whoopingcough and meas les each has given mo a blow. I'vo boon caught and jammed promis cuous in an awful railroad wreck; In tho fostivo gamo of football boys have walked upon my neck; With diphthoria I'vo wrestled, by dys popsia boon wracked, And a mulo in old Missouri with one kick a few ribs cracked. But I'm immune fro...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

-"WV. MWijtwwiiliiwiM fJin V'W-wipWHMittf'W'PT'i') i iimiMmmmmiimxx?' iuimjoiu i ;. mi iimpiniHnp,iip The Commoner, MARCH 13, 1903. if - i UNSPEAKABLE DEGRADATION he New York Evening Post, liko many another newspaper that reflects the sentiment of right-thinuing citi zens, is profoundly disappointed by reason of the fact that Mr. Roosevelt, not satisfied with selecting Payne and Glarkson as his political advisers or with indorsing the Quay "machine" in Pennsylvania has at length leaped to the support of the corruptionist Addicks in the latter's "attempted rape of Delaware." "With a great shock of mingled sorrow and anger," the Post is "compelled to accept the evi- dence which is tantamount to an official notice that Theodore Roose velt has decided to 'recognize' Ad dicks. The first step," continues the Post, "is already taken. Mr. Roose velt has appointed an Addicks man United States district attorney. To do it, he had to pass over the name of the temporary incumbent of the office. ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

-.rrvwj(n&wwwwiwi&H The Commoner. VOLUME 3,,NU'MBBR , 12 H'F Wt i . Jj -TMir.llMM ' " " L-'n" ' MJtM"' IWM1II1 On February 28 Indictments wero re turned against the Federal Salt com pany operating at San Francisco, Cal., In tho fedoral court charging the com pany with a violation o tho Sherman anti-trust law. It is charged that an agroomont has been entered Into by tho company "for tho purpose o cre ating a scarcity of salt," and thus raise tho price of tho commodity to tho people On March 2 nows was received as to a sovoro engagement fought between tho Turkish troops and bodies of Macedonians nnd Bulgarians near Monastir. Tho Turks suffered a re pulse Much dissatisfaction is felt in Europo on account of tho Illusory na turo of tho Austro-Russlan scheme to forco tho sultan to institute reforms in Macedonia, a plan which tho sul tan sooms unwilling to carry out. It was announced from Seattle, Wash., on March 1 that tho Central Iron and Steel company has formed with a capital ...

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

uvp nwrmm The Commoner. MAECH 13, 1D03. 3 -&?. ,vwj A Pertinent Query. "More of this republican prosper- h ty," shouts the National Republican Editorial association. How about tne "perpetuity of the nation" that is im periled, according to the president? f How about the "vicious system of fl b nance" that Senator Aldrich says gives ns alternate inflation and contraction, "deleterious to settled business?" How about the evil that "entails perpetual antagonism between capital and la- '.' Jbor?" Must we continue all these mere- fly that wo may have the glory of re publican rule, which gives famine In V the islands and discontent at home? Florida Times-Union and Citizen. BEST FOR THE BOWELS ' tt you haven't a rogular, hoRlthymovement of the s, trowels evory uay, you- ro iu or win do. u.eep yonr L bowols open, and bo well. Forco. in tho shapo of. r violent nhvfiio or bill nolson. is dantreroua. Tho smoothest, easiest' most perfect way of keeping the bowols clear ana clean is to tano ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

fcM" KjiWIMMWWWWWPpWffMWfpwiililfii illitffiwmWiwP The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 8. 14 gMijiffCKP St Paul (Nob.) Phonograph-Press: Thoso who holpod to disorganize should not bo trustod with reorgani zation. Lamar (Mo.) Democrat: There nron't enough admirers of Mr. Clove land down here to fill a delegation to a state convention. Salem (Mo.) Monitor: If Clovoland has repented and desires to return to tho democratic fold let him provo his political faith by his voto before ho sots himself up again as a leader and oxponont of tho democrat party and Its principles. Mt. Morris (111.) Democrat: Tho republican democrats, who are trying to reorganize tho democratic party and nominato a candidate as accepta ble to tho raonoy power as tho republi can candidates, ignore ovcry ono who will not bo bossed by tho money pow er. Rockvillo (Ind.) Tribune: "Repub licans of today aro for both tho man and tho dollar, but In case of a con flict, tho man before tho dollar." Abraham Lincoln said this forty...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

! "-mni'.'jjui u u i upwMpI m.. The ? v f fMARCH 13, 1903. 15 nm9W"v l itf? ?lSTt : luOiiimoner 'i'r S3 .flf y 2 ; r v r Ht S !-j j fc) 1" ; BOYS W wnnf fwtv In ovorv nwn n B SATURI work for us after evemu school hours and pco on Saturdays. Over 3000 boys .now at the work. Some make $10.00 kto $15.00 a week. A N Y B o Y who is willing to devote a few hours each week to this work can earn many dollars selling The Saturday Evening Post Among neighbors and relatives. He ,can begin at once. Absolutely no money required to start. Write us J to-day and we will send the first week's supply of ten copies free. These are sold at 5 cents each, and will provide capital to order the next week's supply at wholesale rates. $225 in Extra Cash Frizes Nest Month Booklet containing photographs of some of our most successful boy agents, with letters telling how they -work, sent free. nri. n..-- i-..t-ii-t.i r ' IICbUIUB I'UUIIBIIIIIX VJlIIJIiy 407 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.' Initiative and Referen...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

Wipy... jU n mm m iiji ! -,'-jrr"w t cT3 !H' f WJJ B 16 The Commoner. ':T VOLUME, 3, NUMBER J, CLUB LIST. Any ono of llin followlnff will be lonl wllh THIS COMMONER, both ono year, for tlieclub prlco: reriodlcnls mny bo ont to different adtlrcoiet if dcuirod. Your frionds mny wish to Join with yon in sending for a combination. All up crlpttous ro for ono year, nnd if now. begin with the current numbor unlosa othorwuo di rectecl. Presnnt fltibicriborn need not wait un til tholr lubflcriptions expire. HcncwaU ra celtod now will bo cniored for a full yoar from explrntfon date. Bubscrlptionn for Arena, Llt ornry I)iot and Public Opinion must bt nkw. Krncwnis xor tiicRe tnrco noi accepieu. Foroign postage extra. THE "DEMOCRATIC" ALPHONSE AMP GASTON, AGRICULTURAL Farm and TTnme, somi-mo Partner's Wifo, mo ; Fnrm Stock mid Homo, somi-mo. Homo nnd Farm, semi-mo Missouri Vnlloy Farmer, mo Ornngo Jndd Farmer, wlc Poultry Topics, ma Prairin Fnrmor, wk Western Hwlnn Hrordrr, mo Central Fatmor, ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. , r .1 ' fcj, ! W. Vol. 3. No. 9. GORMAN'S LEADERSHIP As an exponent of democratic principles as set rtk in the platforms adopted at Chicago and msas City, The -Commoner chronicles "with re- ret what may fairly bo considered the most im- Srtant victory thus far scored by tiie reactionary jment fn the democratic party, namely, the se ction of Mr. Gorman as democratic leader in the OBnate. The senator from Maryland is a man of great free and extended legislative experience. Prob- jly no other man in "Washington is so well ac- riainted with public men and parliamentary pro- Towiure. Besides this, he is a man of exemplary personal habits, of indefatigable industry and ' perfect self-control. In other words, he has most ot the qualifications considered necessary for lead ership and if his sympathies were only with tho people ho would be an admirable man to speak for the democrats in tho senate, but he fails at rthe crucial point His ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

. 'wi iy wwy r, nygijum aawfl I 1 I riot; to deny It in fact has boon referred to as waving tho flag of anarchy." Mr. Harrison says that thoro Is llttlo if any cxcuso to even consider tho claim that the theory under discussion is a species of anarchy, but ho points out that the experience of Glasgow shows tho absurdity of such contention. In Glasgow pub lic ownership has advanced to tho stago where tho city owns not only tho waterworks, but tho street cars, tho gas plant, and tho telephone system and all these are oporated to the ontiro satisfaction of tho iiscr as well as to tho profit of the municipal ity. Tho rates charged aro low, the profits to tho public aro so great that taxes havo reached low water mark. Replying to tho claim that municipal owner ship would result in the creation of gigantic politi cal machines formed of tho army of city em ployes, Mr. Harrison says that this argument van ishes before tho fact that evory advocate of pub lic ownership strongly favors a rigid ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

WppiiillMlppiHP iiiwuHHWpy rMfft0 p W ' " rt"", jT'irf t "wf-jti vrT-,TwvTr,ltr,rT The Commoner. MARCH 20, 1903. Some Interesting Confusions Showing TJiat the PurvoM of the Reorganizers U to Bee to it That the Democratic Farlu Doe POWERFUL INFLUENCES AT WORK Nothing to Interfere with the "Benign Ef jeew oj ite uruets." &&-., Operating under the false and fraudulent ap- sal for harmony, the reorganizera were able to lake some progress. They had succeeded in mak- ling many democrats believe that their motives wwero good and that they were really desirous of K-ltirmnTiv Tf mnnlrl Tiotto linnn 1-iotfftr fnv flirt TYlir adiposes of these reorganizera if they had continued loir operations along this lino: but despite tho Eact that some of their leaders are given credit Eor being shrewd politicians, it is true that they lave little or no conception of the devotion of tho Crank and file of democrats to the principles of leir party. Elated by the progress which they believed HJiey we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

-r -wra The Commoner. I "I r 5 4 The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Kntercd nt the postofficc nt I,hicola, Nebraska, as second. ckiss mail matter. i ' TERMS-PAYABLD IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 I I Three rionths...... aso SUrionths oc J Single Copy fie Sample Copies Free. Perclen Postage 52c Extra. CSS SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have advcr Used a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agent kave been appointed. All remittances should be Bent by post ffice money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks, stamps, ox money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, means that payment has been received to and Including the Inst iBsueof January, 190a Two weeks arc required after money is received before the date n the wrapper can be changed. CliANQE OP ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a change f address must give the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

'W'tiHm nwwwii wiifrywHy The Commoner lRCH 20, 1903. fc" ThG Baltimore Sun anva tTinf nnvsr vsrt nm "a two billion dollar nation," and provides to the R. taxpayers tnis nint: "uur Blame statesmen -will be extravagant the just as long as the people aro Peple. willing to be taxed to pile up a Rlirnllia in Mm tronanrv Tf tnv. Jt fcJ AAA WUW VI VUWU4 .. VVfc lyerS are indiffnrp.nf in thaiv nn InforAflta thov lay rest assured that nnnrrrnRR will nlnno Tin mirh Ion the reckless expenditure of the people's money." Reckless and Iadlfferent. The extra vacan pa nf tho rflmiWInnn prniproqi tprompts the Boston Post to say: "It has been a j-cmuuss uu won ua an mewuiuut congress and the people must pay the cost. In the midst of peace the government is run at nTGatfir r.nof tlmn in flmo r? KWar. We mav bn ahlft tn Rtnnri t whlln irnrt la flourishing and labor finds employment, "but let pepression and hard times come again, as they wintry win come, ana tnis stupendous extrava gant ui waamngcon win ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

-nr$jwWi The Commoner. 6 . VOLUME 3, NUMBER J, CUEB8NT CrTr-7- .V r 'WoC vx-v- t u- -r-. -. V i i JL - "'JB HC T. T 3mzmmj0Wk f rr , "fc'Si" -i - - IHViWFNu V v r f-U-C DVVtwl A fcLTC? -' K "V -' fc " t 7ATTJAI5LE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE CUR- time little has been Known minis country tuu- V w dSaSon on the municipal ownership cerning the development of this work, proposition is provided in a report recently made , jf concerning municipal ownership in England by -t-rqvISION HAS BEEN MADE BY THE EDU- tho local government board. plromnth,sppll0" K cation board of the London -county council printed in the London J; J for kitchen scholarships. Nearly three hundred Record-Herald makes an posting summary. scholarships have been offered by the According to this reno rt it to sh own that there nominated by the teachers of the has been a very rapid growtn England of mu- b elementary schools. The Asso- n c pal ownership, On Marc 31 1902, all 1 but ' frQm referring to eighteen of 317 munlclpa fJXfu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

vntttt i TKr- w t1 pr'.'p'TiwCT'-'',' ir j'jff .'w.Tarflr-wwwcrf: The Commoner. 7 :Vfi & '."jt e;:& --& "vf lit I8K3KK1 T A.TL.1 8T &r A; MARCH 20, 1903. visitors to the shrines of Shakespeare and to tha shrines of Burns are presented as follows: Shake speare's shrines Shakespeare's house at Strat ford, 31,748; Shakespeare's museum at Stratford, 20,144; Shakespeare's tomb in Stratford church, 25,731; Ann Hathaway 's cottage, 13,652; total, 91,275. Burns' shrines Burn's birthplace at Ayr, 50,092; Burns' monument on the banks of the Doon, 66,lb8; total, 116,250. This writer contends that this statement shows that 24,975 more people did homage to Burns than did homage to Shake speare by way of pilgrimages in the year. THE CONSCIENCE FUND IN THE FEDERAL' treasury is growing rapidly these days. Ac cording to the Washington correspondent for the New York World during the week ending March 7, $5,500 was contributed to that fund. Contri-' buttons to the conscience fund attra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

'-" mwmnm0m9immmSS 8 The Commoner. .VOLUME 3, NUMBER 9. Dual Lives. iWo lead two lives tho outward seem ing fair, And full of smiles that on tho sur faco He; Tho other spent In many a silent prayer, With thoughts and feelings hidden from tho eye. Tho weary, weary hours of mental pain, Unspoken yearnings for tho dear ones gono, Tho wishes, half-defined, yot crushed again, Mako up tho silent life wo lead alone. So, happy visions that we never voice, Gild all this silent life with sweet romanco, That they will fado like sunset's clouds, wo know, Yet lifo scorns brighter for each stolon glance. This hidden life wo littio know Its power To strengthen us for elthor good or 111; Whether wo train our thoughts, like birds, to soar, Or lot them wander wheresoo'er thoy will. Not those wo lovo this silent lifo may share, Though day by day wo strivo to draw them closo; Our secret chamber nono may enter there, , SavO 0110 Who HOVGr Rnnlrn rnnnnn And if, beneath His eyo wo do not quail, Though all...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

n-M7f.-T9nV4Ri. j wpiy(Tt'''n''r c pv-r-f"; -wTvurf '"p- ""p"1 w-wjTU-pr,WM'ww'fl FUPPfWm fW ' The Commoner. HAKCH 20, 1003. cfuifum. Mm y nnn r m w w " pt wr w j ' w ;wltli lard, to keep tho meat from the air, and prevent its molding, when 'you have occasion to use any of it, fake out what you require, melt tho lard off, and pour the melted lard over Ethe meat again. Journal of Agricul ture Cook Book. To cure beef by drying: Get good hoof the tnnrlp.r si do of the round, of I course and for twenty pounds of beef, use one pint of salt, one tea- $ spoonful of saltpetre, and a quarter of a pound of brown sugar. Mix well, and rub the beef well with one-third fe&bf tho mixture on each of three suc cessive days, then let lie in the liquor lit makes for six days, then hang up land dry. This, for a small quantity; ifor a large quantity, letting lie in a fgood pickling brine for three weeks Ibefore hanging, is recommended. -Ml 'Tho Primer Class." The little lassie is not quite nine year...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

.Wt "V.!R-,HjjvJlH Nfr. ii.,' if wh The Commoner. 10 V0LpMB3,NUMBEna, r -nnam V I aiSw 1 JfcWSSr fine in lhn WtiultL Wtfl III Una WW BMal Nono so low In prlco. Largest llltistratod graving of ovory vnrloty. Prlco only 1 U13I1I JILT JJUKt lit, iUU WL UAlu jiiin(iV0 iiuu pwi 101 jjs vm w. a i44 with every order. Bond narao and address w. H. 8HUMWAV, Roekford, Illinois. iMwaaMHnninMNMaMMiinM loM Watch nil Ctiatii for f .f US. Tba hitil.otntit ami Iml fenulntAmirl aaHkcoldplat.lvalehati'lchaliion lh tmrkct. IeMliUhuntlncaM,.allJpMpatl;aof njtiTlDl. Ilfit7jtvtt.il Arottlcan montmnl, iltra wini and inuia aioium (uaraniud or 20 YEARS 60 Inch coll plaleJ lorrnttta chkla free with Ivlln itit walgh nl doutlt Lrt uttd ttitchtlii amlchartn wlihganu .lit atch. ( ut Ihlt mil nd itnit II to ui with jour namt, jioilofflct ami tiptmofflci adJrtM an I w will ttni tht watth ol cUIn to jou bj riprtM fir tiamlnallon jou x train llitm at Ihf tifirtil offltt and If U rrprrirnltt! rf t1 S5 and nsrtM charrt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

f.HUiwiW.DJlUMWWIH.n'! "1 " HWHI)ffl'H'l'.HWIJPiWl'W jlfiiff iiwiiHiHssji)tiiijiiHj The Commoner. MARCH 20, 1903. IT Harvesting Golden Dollars tatt.W' " w sfl V ijt$ TSlMJ;B"D I's harvest time J&LL the time with the thrifty people who buy their supplies from Montgomery Ward & Co. You can reap a harvest of golden dollars RIGHT NOW by order ing your Implements, Wagons, Harness, Clothing, Groceries, Farm and Household Supplies, etc., from us that you will need this year. We save you 15 to 40 cents on every dollar's worth of goods you buy of us. J$nd we sell you only higfu grade goods that will give you long and satisfactory service. FOR CJiTJiLOGUE NO, 71 It will save many families more than $W0 this year. Is such a harvest worth reaping? Fill out the coupon and SEND TODJ2Y. Montgomery Ward 8p Co., tSSA Chicago tESKBB CtJT OXJT THIS COUPON Send for Cataloguo TODAY aad get ready for Spring "fixing op." Montgomery Ward 4 Co., Chlcaxo. Enclosed Cad 15 cents, for widen please tend ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

tw - -i t Jr. The Commoner- VOLUME 3, NUMBER 9, 12 sued on tho 'birthday of Alexander III., is considered to bo tho most significant act of state sinco tho emancipation of tho serfs. The pub lic hails it as tho proclamation of a new era, opening up blight prospects of tho early improvement of Russian internal administration. ""llf 4 I u Tho domands of tho conductors and takomon of nfty-two railroads west of Chicago for an Increase In tholr wages was mado last December and tho first peaceful settlement of this demand was mado by tho Union Pa cific railroad when It acceded to these requests. Tho lncreaso on this lino will effect about 1,500 men. ( On March 7 Graomo Stowart of Chl- cago was nominated for mayor by tho , republican city convention. Ho was opposed by James M. Harlan and the lattor has pledged Stowart his support Tho criilsor Chattanooga was launched at Elizaboth, N. J., on March 7. This vessel has an armament of twenty-two guns and is to bo equipped with two poworful sear...

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