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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

F 'IJIHKJ j-v,-' p ijpxi-tp- rff"iAMvijirvf3Y "r-" rf -twt .ttw "wy jfTjtf m; uy " i -,,1 "Ww"1'' V" OCTOBER 1G, 1903. heavy. Tho smallest is of fine workmanship, tho Bocket being shaped like tho ace of tilubs, and ia supposed to have belonged to the treasure rooms. This and another key measure six inches in length, while the other two are about ten inches and much heavier." IN THE REPOBT OP THE CORK CONFER enco carriod by the Ejston Transcript the means to be adopted by the new anti-emigration society to check the outward flow from Ireland are suggested. The Transcript said: "Many speakers at the conference declared that tho idea of emigra tion had become a species of mania among tue youth of Ireland, who from childhood, had their minds constantly inflamed with glowing accounts of American life contained in letters written home by relatives or friends who lived in America, and that it was necessary to show the people of Ireland, by autnoritative and matter-of-fact state ment, that ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

bihim$mH,vmi "rTX,fl- im-, -cS- vt(. . 8 The Commoner. ; VOLUME 3, NUMBER $,, r facfift! fhrt invnr 4in. j fr-w ' av m WWyJT-: ifRMl i - mula.! Mwmmrr tJhmW:'dvlyL fg y. uIIIIIIkHIj,'; Conducted SP ttfee7 Watts M epannr ntf Ib Autumn. Come out with mo on tho hillside. The world is in gay attire. Tho maples along the lowlands Glow with October fire. Tho elm tree and the ash tree Have changed thoir greon for gold, And tho sumach shines in scarlet, ' And the year 13 growing old. See! When tho breeze comes blowing It's way down the steep hill's crest, Tho leaves like Mrds are flying North, south, and east, and west. Through tho haze that is over the land scape A breath comes chillingly cold, Like a sigh in the midst of singing, For tho year is growing old. O, tho "beauty that's all about us How soon it must fade and die! I wonder if bare boughs dream of Green leaves and tho summer sky? I wonder if old folks' dreaming Is tho same when tho days are cold, Or is it heaven's spring tney thin...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

"fp- '- mwwnii imwr i, mmiimjmjijmwwwwiwwwwwffiii OCTOBER- fl''iS0 The Commoner nnwimwwnw.mw Dfc Shoop's Rheumatic Cure Costs Nothing If Jt Falls. Any honest person who Bailors from Rheuma tism la wclcomo to this offer. For years I icArohed everywhere to And a Bpcclflc lor Rhcu matlsm. For nearly 20 years I worked to this end. At last, in Germany, my search was re warded. I found a costly chemical that did not disappoint me as other Rheumatic prescriptions! nau aisappomtcd pnysicians cvcrywncrc, J do not mean that Dr. Bhoop's Rheumatic Cure can turn bonv joints Into flesh again. That Is impossible. But It wlU drlvo from the blood tho poison that causes pain and swelling, and then that is tho end of Rheumatism. I Know thft so well that I will lurnish for a full month my Rheumatic Cure on trial. 1 cannot cure all cases within a month. It would be unreasona ble to expect that. But most cases will ylchl within 80 days. This trial treatment will con vince you. that Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

' V The Commoner. 10" ' VOLUME- 3, NUMBER 39, ( ft i a-rt-j s ' Hew It Happened. They say in Beaumont, Texas, Where oil wells by the score JTholr wealth of greasy richness Into the big tanks pour, That Mr. Rockefeller, Who thought to call a halt On independent gushers, Just pumped 'em full of salt. Of" course it was base slander Upon this goodly man. Ho only thought to help them By this peculiar plan. Ho saw they were inclining Towards the sins of fleBh, And thereby wer- becoming Entirely too fresh. And Mr. Rockefeller, Who saw the dangers dread That faced their souls was troubled, And sadly bowed his head. And bowing then ho trembled And neither ate nor slept, But interceded, for them And wept, and wept, and wept And thus the explanation For all the salt ttiey" found In oil wells down in Texas Where oil wells do abound. 'Twas not a game ho played 'em . Not in a thousand years 'Twas but the natural sequence Of Rockefeller's tears. Credulous. "Softleigh is a man who believes everythi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

The Commoner. OCTOBER 16, 1903. If Our New Catalogue is wow t.eady Catalogue No, 72, fresh from the printing Catalogue No. 72 Contains presses and containing more goods that are really 17.000 pictures of tho thincn W8 Scribe. up'to'date and of tho very latest style and design 7o-0W pHccs on u,0,n- Th pr' an than any other six catalogues published, is now thel0W"twh0lc8aIePreB on the market. ready for distribution. Everything It will save you money on everything you buy and enables you From Parm Machinery to Trowels. to make your selections as readily and satisfactorily as if you could From Wncn8 to Baby Carrlaccs. come to Chicago every day. It puts you in direct touch with the Erom J,cam "ness to Buckles, great markets of the world and places before you a stock of first-class gX mS Si,M. goods more complete in every detail than has ever before been offered Fr0m Power Pumps to Hand Pumps, by any firm and at prices that are positively the lowest, when tho From Windmills to Feed Cutter...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

I?. !,. "V The Commoner. 12 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 35. L- v . p5Ff :aa w : " .i 3 M1'' C ifjrL . a ' . Ill Ail It 1 i .4..J Kf rrrr"' " v minimi n - ' " r ' "' Josoph Chamberlain, whoso recont resignation from tho English cabinet arousod so much comment, published a manifesto on October 5 in tho form o" a preface to a pamphlet in which ho deals with tho issues in English poli tics. In this pamphlet Mr. Chamber lain expresses in most vigorous terms his viows on free, trade and protection as applied to England. A contract was recently mado by tho postofllco department for service on a new route in Alaska, extending between Valdez and Tanana, a dis tance of G20 miles, whereby the rate of payment is glvon as. $1,500 a round trip, which is to bo mado twice a month, between December 1 next and April 301904. Pope PIux X. on October 3 issued his first oncyilcal, which commemor ated Popo Leo XIII. A tornado r; tuck the little town of St. Charles, Minn., on October 3, and seven persons ware killed ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

' w XL 'fv i mv i pi in n mibr. ywu j.innHBWJiaa bMMMiiiMajiaHSBBSLEl ttmKuSLuSss . r ""im '"y'ywei raww " 'y u. " BSBBr'fTl s - ' ' a jv if ljw m 7 ; ' OCTOBER "ll, 1903 of internal taxation In China. Sec ond, recognition of American right of residence throughout the empire for missionary work. Third, protection of patents, trade-marks and copy-rights. Fourth, opening of new localities to International trade in tho part of the empire in which tho United States has vast commercial interests. Sixth, right to carry on trade Industries and manufactures In all parts of China. A tornado struck tho little town ot Alicoville, Kas., on October 7 and practically demolished it The town contained about 200 inhabitants, and so far as is known, three persons were killed outright and others Injured. Tho storm also caused much damage In the adjacent country and tho total property damage wa3 immense. General Bradley T. Johnson, a cele brated lawyer and confederate soldier, died in Virginia on Octob...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

CWfl ipvi nfimimfi) mip jwu rvrTfrtmfrmHTJpum'lJA Wi'pljjHia o The Commoner. H VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3D, p v. AV Tifiln (0.) Advertiser: Undoubted ly Postmaster General IjAyno thinks all tho civil service regulations are "hot air." Wauseon (0.) Expdslter: Tho state of. Ohio might stand one more repub lican legislature without absolutely losing its character, but it would be foolish to take tho risk. Hastings (Mich.) Journal: If Ind iana should go democratic another year tho present fugitive murderer from Kentucky who is sheltered there uiidor republican wings would have to light out for Vermont. Hastings (Nob.) Democrat: The Washington authorities refused to buy more silver when the price reached 60 cents. Yet there are people who think that silver ought to keep going right up, in spite of such discrimination. Clinton (111.) Register: When Han na refused to debate with Clark he marked the beginning of his end as great political boss. He exhibited the bravery of a dog that lies In his ken...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

J. M The Commoner. OCTOBER 16, 190S. 15 Deaf Man Invents Cure fojjeafness A Device That Is Scientific, Simple, Direct, and Instantly Restores Hearing in Even the Oldest Person Com fortable, Invisible, and Perfect Fitting 190 Pagi Book Containing a History if thi Discovery and Many Hun dred Signid Testimonials Um all Parts of the - " World SENT FREE The True Story of Ike Invention of Wil son' Common Seme Ear Drnmi told by Geo. H. Wilson, the Inventor. 1 wns deaf from Infancy. Eminontdoctors, sur geons, and car specialists treated me at exeat ex pense, and yctdld mono good. I tried all the ar tificial appliances that claimed, to restore hear ing, ut they fulled to benefit mo in the least. I even went to tho best specialists in the world, but their efforts. wore unavailing. Finally I be gan to experiment on myself, and after patient years of study, labor, and personal expense, I perfected something thai I found took tho placo of tho natural cur drums, and I called It Wlls n's Common Se...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

rt1 vt"w 16 Hie Commoner, . VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3, 'Win ;,- wi V. ""w.; effect than influencing direct em ployment by the government in ac cordance therewith. Ho furthermore mado plain that in any form of em ployment, excepting that so circum scribed, ho believed the full employ ment of union men was preferable to non-union or "open shops " In view of tho publicity given this subject, tho oxecutlve council of tho Amorican federation of labor takes this opportunity to say that the trades' union movement stands for strictly union shops, experience bav ins proven that where the xopen shop" system has been tried, reduction in wages and profits have ensued with genoral disaster to tho industry prac ticing that system, and therefore de clares that tho bost interests of tho labor movement calls for tho employ ment of union workers and discour ages in every way, shape and form the deteriorating offects which follow the recognition of tho "open shops." The tolling masses, and particular ly tho ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

ItPP 9W w WVVf& m W ' n - --m t- vnm jr -'-' The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol, 3. No. 40. Lincoln, Nebraska, October 23, 1903. Whole No. 144, mmmfmm The Silver Dollar An East Oakland, Cal., reader of The Com moner writes : "It Is asserted with emphasis by republicans on the Pacific coast that every silver dollar (which, of course, includes silver certifi cates) issued by the government is guaranteed by the gold behind it What is the status of sil ver money; and if secured by gold, why does the custom house require payment of duties to bo made in gold exclusively? If the silver dollar is made equal to a gold dollar by law, can any body truthfully claim the former to be worth 50 cents? Prior to 1873, was not gold and silver on a paritv and good enough for Americans until the nobility of England were permitted to plow with the republican heifers?" The pJlver certificate is redeemable in the silver dollar. The silver dollar is irredeemable money. Tnere is n...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

B5SSBmSBA'iiijip v mw ' illi iWj1 WMi MM JWiM. ggSgSrT r-iw ' mrimTf&- I I 4 . ..J , ..,,,,- turer and tlio middle 'man, provided always that each is rendering actual service and performing for society a real and necessary work. ;" - The man who overreaches his neighbor or who by craft or cunning accumulates mqnoy dishon estly, must not bo permitted to throw upon hon- ? est wealth the odium which his dishonesty has brought upon his particular accumulation. There is a feoling in this country that the great for tunes which are made by watering stock, by run ning corners, by conducting private monopolies and by bankrupting corporations merely to glvo those who are manipulating the markets a chance to buy tho stock at a low price, are illegitimate, arid that tho methods employed are as offensive to good morals as thoy are dangerous to the govern ment; While this hostility may sometimes mani fest itself in individual acts of violence, public attention must not be entirely diyerted fr...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

PiWJWj'TrfP 1f"fTPWWiiW' " Wtj?"lT " 'fljpi'f ' W i I iW H'sV -TT' vygww yyi-ym S fcWMifrVv ,T-r""TTtW,W(tf'FT "ft IP'-n' a OCTOBER 23, 1903. democrat is to be found on the board. There is no- objection to the organization of any association for the purpose of advancing any line of political thought, but a republican asso ciation cught to be known as republican, and not as non-iaitisan. On the 19th of September, 1903, Secretary Gun ton of the institute above mentioned sent out some letters appealing to persons who were sup posed to bo interested in this so-called non-partisan work in behalf of the republican party. The letter says: "It is felt that the strong and con vincing writings of President Gunton will be of great value in the present campaign in Ohio, and arrangements have been made to send many thousands of ' bulletins and leaflets into that state." As Mr. Hanna is one of the high priests of .the institute and indorses the work of the in stitute in a letter dated September 4...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

r - w v, t V. i fc- I'"' The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered nt tfic postofflcc nt Lincoln, Ncbrnskn, as second dnss wnll wntler. ' Or Year $i.eo Six Months ....50c In Clubs of 0 or more, per year 75c Thr' Months. .......... .a5e Single Cpy... i 5c Sample Ceplen Free. Foreign Postage fiic Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS cnii be sent dlrcct'to The Commoner They enn hIko uo sent through newspapers which hnve adver tised ft clubbing jnto, or through local ogents, wh ere such agents hnve been appointed. All rcnilttQncca should be sent by post offldo money, order, oxpfess order, or by bank drnlt on New York Or Chlcngo. Do riot Bund Individual checks, stnnupB.or xnofocy. '' RENEWALS. Tho da.tc on your wrapper bIiowb when you inscription will oxplro. Thus, Jan . , 'Oi, mcanB that payment hnBbccn received to and Including the Inst Issue ot January JCOt. Two weeks arq required alter money Is received Colore the date on wrapper can bo changed, CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Bubscrlbcrs requesting ncangja of addres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

wynwn. immwin "iTSJ The Commoner. OCTOBER 23, 1903. tPWP Wm Something Concealed? Following close upon tlio announcement that the militia at ictor, C0I6., had suppressed a that the governor of the stato has found it necessary to inves tigate the acts of the militia of flp.firs. Tt rimihtlnsR occurred to & great many people that the Colorado militia showed considerable activity in suppressing free speech and interfering with constitutional rights. Tho Philadelphia Press says: "What a dread ful thing it would ho if the country went on do ing business and not pay atten Would tion while Wall street just keeps be Very on bursting itself." But so long Dreadful. as Wall street is, permitted to arrange the country's financial system and to control the country's money, it is not likely that the country will remain entirely indifferent if Wall street should "keep on burst ing itself." A Cherokee, Tex., reader of The Commoner .writes: "I wish to ask if a man makes a con tract with the gover...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

( T 9ng( - fPiMi'3WBr??pysttf,ti'i The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER , fGURBeNT ., Iy IP ii 'i 1 fct I r- ' pgBaaBte! V tTH 1 mm il im jti .r - m. . m. -. . ii m- i y i VrTi ! w w ' n ' ' 'i 'J "' i V . THE MARKED DECLINE IN THE PRICES - of hogs and cattle Is attracting very general attention at this time. The Lincoln (Neb.) Jour nal, a republican paper, in its issue of October 11, said: "The farmers of Nebraska were from three to five million dollars poorer when they closed their barn doors last night than they were on Saturday night a week ago, and the general opin ion is that they have the packers alone to thank for it. That is the conclusion that was forced upon close observers of the live stock markets who waited till Saturday night to express an opinion of the recent movement of hog prices of the past few days. And that is not all. If the opinions of the experts count for anything, the drop has only begun. Said one of the keenest . commission men on the South Omaha market yes ter...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

!' "- r- The Commoner. OCTOBER 23, 1903. 3 WMWUW.'VFV end public Interest In tho stock market declines as it has during the present year," there Is a sharp decline in tho price of stock exchange seats. Thero are a few old members who Joined the stock ex change thirty-five or Xorty years ago who paid only $500 for their seats. In 1871 seats were sold as low as $2,750. In tho boom year of 1882 tho price reached was $32,500. In the panic in 1884 the price fell to $20,000. The next year the price advanced to $34,000, which remained the highest jprice for many years. In the panic of 1893 seats were quoted at $15,250, and I . 1896 as low as $13, 000. During the following years there was a rapid advance. This remained the highest price until early last winter, when a single seat sold for $82,000." IT IS REPORTED BY CONSUL GENERAL Guenther that a new plant has been discov ered in South America that promises to supplant the sugar cane and sugar beet. This plant is said to contain a large amo...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

Zw- iiw ri nm)mtjmw & iyy. i p mw-mty 1 , .WW'rj, Jl'tp j? - yrVr" f WTT "? f r- -- - nrt vfmi- 8 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER , sly'S!! I J f-? U 1 1 111 1 fcrl I L Tha Splaner. A Bilvery web, with walls spun thin, I found just now o'orhead, within A corner of my room. And as I watch the quaint design, So crafty In its shimmered shine, I dread to break the loom That builded such a house of dreams, Like rainbows round the spinners gleams Of every hope and fear. A single breath may tear to shreds The wondrous greys of tinseled threads, So shining bright and clear: But never will he lose a day, Although I brush his web away, And Bcattor every trace; And without noise or movement rough, Through patient hours and days enough, His homo ho will replace. Florence Richmond. Plat Irnus. A ilat iron . should be washed and kept clean. They should be rubbed over with coal oil or beeswax when sot away to keep them from becoming rough and rusted. Flat irons should not be left to stand on th...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

t-t 'vffy h - f ir The Commoner. PCTOBER 23, 1903. Q merit thousands of dollars. She was wanted to take charge of the kitchen of Memorial hall at Harvard, but de clined with thanks. For a permanency this college woman food expert re mains with the New England Kitchen. Dainty Perfumes. The perfume of cleanliness is of all the purest Yet the pleasant fragrance of many flowers may be made a de licious adjunct to the toilet of the woman beautiful, by a little trouble and patience. A refined woman is in stinctively fastidious about all her personal belongings. Always about her lingers the delicate odor of abso lute purity of person and garment. This perfume is not difficult to attain; there is no hidden secret, save that of diligent care in toilet matters. Pene trating into her inmost sanctuaryou vill find no soiled or dusty cloth ing tucked away in dark closets; sun shine, fresh air and plenty of soap and water are her main dependence, and to their sweet and cleansing power she adds dai...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

i tl')pypwiwiffiw(Pit.wmiMia,mnj !JWJPf iMfipfiMWp The Commoner, 10 VOLUME 3, NUMBEIt (0, It t m t: i5ft i Look Abeadl ! Old winter's coming swiftly with its blighting cold and snow To lock tho laughing fivers where tho crystal waters flow; But beyond tho snow clouds flying, and beyond tho chill and gloom, Is nnother golden summer with the roses all a-bloom. Cold without, and chill and dreary and tho blasts are fierce and strong, But within is love and laughter and tho days are full of song, For the snow will all be scattered and the rivers onward flow In another golden summer when the fairest roses blow. Is your life besot with trials and your i pathway rough and steep? Does grim fate keep step beside you and a gloomy vigil keep? Laugh at him and watch the coming of a better day ahead In another golden summer with its fairest roses spread. Hard Luck. "I'm in a peck of trouble," sighed Pinkloy. "What's the matter, old man?" asked Winkley. "Matter enough. I've fixed it with the tarif...

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