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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

TffTWV''H''l'BjtP--"'?P,B-lgyy'1r1wrWFWyT The Commoner. OCTOBER 23, 1903. if 7 '"""fl rrv7'"l "" 33t T"- ' "' " Startling- Typqgraphical Error. A dispatch to the Philadelphia Press tinder date of Atlanta, Ga,, August 1, Bays: The error of a compositor in merely substituting the figure 'T' for tho figure "5" In sotting up the matter for the 1903 issue of Greer's Almanac, which, with tho possible exception of the Bible, is the most widely read pub lication in rural homes, of both white and black, in tho south, has resulted in a period of excitement almost ap proaching a panic among tho negroes or Gainesville, Ga., who think the day of judgment is i ear at hand. The panic was caused "by a recent sermon by Rev. J. D. Lovejoy, a ne gro pastor, in which he declared that the day of doom will come on Novem ber 25 of the present year, and, as if to dispel all doubt as to his authority, pulled a copy of Greer's Almanac from his pocket and pointed out the incorrectly set item. In tho November ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

vffMfiw)pfiiiyigwHi(aEij "? issjwc' 12 The Commoner .VOLUME 3, NUMBER 45, m 1 pf: rz :'vif., &&' .e.f? lIinClT ' Sn " i? fc-, r 1 , 1'.' Js" . . - - 1 1 r -" " .... y - -' Mrs. Dwlght L. Moody, widow of the famous ovangelist, died on October 10 at her homo in Bast Northfield, Mass. Mrs. Moody was born in England about sixty years ago, became the wife of Mr. Moody about forty years ago and is survived by three children. According to a dispatch from Mon astic European Turkey, under date of October 10, it Is believed that the last band of insurgents in that section has been annihilated by the Turks after a desperate light A strike of the coal miners in the western section of the United States, particularly in Colorado, seems to be inevitable. If the strike is called, it will affect 23,000 men distributed as follows: Colorado (southern fields) 12,300, Colorado (northern fields) 3, 300, New Mexico 2,200, Wyoming 3, 400, Utah 1,800; total, 23,000. The de- mands upon which the mine...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

i""r r V -',"if The Commoner. OCTOBER 23, 1003. 13 UPW mWpwi"H'w "i hijh rr 'm'mrr -f"iy- Bright1 Disease and Diabetes Cured. University Chemist Acting as Judge Irvlno K. Mott, M. D of Cincinnati. O., dem onstrated before the editorial board oftho Even inu Post, ono oftho leading dally papers of Cin cinnati, me power 01 jus remedy to euro tlio worst forms of kidney diseases. Later a public test was In stituted under the auspl cch of the Post, and live cases of llrighvs Disease and Diabetes were select cd by them -and placed under Dr. Moll's care. In three months' tlmo all were pronounced cured, ono of the most nroml- ncnt Universities in the "United States fiaving been chosen by the Font to make examination or the cases before and after treatment. Any one desiring to read the details of "this public test can obtain copies of the papers by writing to Dr. Mott for them. This public demonstration gavo Dr. Mott an international reputation that has brought him into correspondence with pe...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

HwlWf The Commoner, VOLUME 3, NUMBER (j, rwpr-t -9310 wtrwjr ynyywyrBny IT 14 w ifCFmP Manson (la.) Democrat: God; pity humanity In thlB froo country should it pvor come to pass that union labor should ho permanently overthrown. Bucyrus (0.) Foreman: President Roosevelt, the only "official" hero of the Avar with Spain, is also the only president who oyer made uso of the Amorldan navy as a fleet of pleasure fco'ats for his own personal . amuse- , nion't. . Sullivan (Ind.) Democrat: It 1b said the financial question's Battled. Tne rush Secretary Shaw makes to relieve banks in distress 1b merely a little pleasantry designed to furnish harm less amusement for the head of tne treasury department, wamnw (Mo.1 Enterprise: If Pres ident Roosevelt would show the same promptness in the interest of the peor pie by enforcing the law against trusts that he did in trying to get up a war with Turkey, he would stand better with Intelligent people. , Wooster (0.) Democrat: Secretary Shaw appears to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

gwwy mmnM;Wwmim ' m - r The Commoner. OCTOBER 23, 1903. 5 A Famous Old Whistle. A dispatch to the St Louis Repub lic under date of Washington, Sep tember 12, says: The silver boat swain's whistle with which John Brown, tho famous- abolitionist, piped orders to his men while they wero at Harperf Ferry, has been discovered in Washington. It Is an ordinary boat swain's whistlo, about nine Inches in length and shows tho polish given it by long use. When John Brown gathered his men around Harper's Ferry and began his preparations for seizing tho arsenal, he instructed them to hide themselves la the forests of the mountains, with tho understanding that they should listen at sunrise and 'unset for their orders, which would be piped through the boatswain's whistle. The jnen car ried out-his instructions to the letter, and for 'some days the people of Harp er's Ferry,, already In a state of in tense excitoment and fear because o the abolition movement, heard the mysterious pipings at Brown's...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 October 1903

tFW'-pr r w The Commoner 16 tJy VOLUME 3, NUMBER Social Conditions in Manila. Two years ago the Atlanta Constitu tion published from its special repre sentative in fie Philippine islands a number of letters showing that dis graceful conditions figured prominent ly in the "benevolent assimilation" of tho Filipinos. The statements made by tho Constitution's correspondent were bitterly criticised by republican newspapers, but Just now it is the Constitution's time to laugh, if, in dood, anything connected with the conditions in tho Philippines may bo said to bo properly productive- of mirth. T. Thomas Fortune, a negro lawyer who was recently sent to the Philip pines in" tho rolo of special commis sioner, has written to the New York Evening Post an interesting article In which ho touches upon social condi tions in Manila. Mr. Fortune says: "There are rolativoly few American whito womon An tho Philippine isl ands. ThoBQ whe are there have to go away once every two years to re now their l...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

iThe Commoner l.i.'l I WILLIAH J. BRYAN. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. No. 41. Lincoln, Nebraska, October 30, io3 Whole N. 145 w SERVANTS OF THE TRUSTS . In the November number of Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly appears an article entitled "The National Lobby at Washington," and written by the editors. This article should be read by every American citizen. Although to many it may seem that the authors of this article have made start ling revelations, with all the seriousness of the ' situation as they have described it, the half has not been tolU. In the beginning, the authors of "The Na tional Lobby at Washington," explain that thero exists "a profound impression that something I wrong with the basic principles of our govern ment as it has been administered for a decade." This Impression, the authors attribute to "the robbery of the treasury through bribery, black mall and petty larceny in the postofllce depart ment; the Illegal bsc-ptlon of public lands with the suspected connivan...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

m. i it- w 2 : m Commoner, iraW'ga'W is'mado by thb democratic party this' fafl 'in r6hio, witftln feisty (fays after the election half of -ail tiio productive Industries will" foe Idle, ajid ybu !knoV f rb'm 1893 Wtf&t lhat means1. J'1 - The country Is1 certainly In'a'bad fix if half df tho pro ductive Industries are threatened with idleness' in Ohio In case the dem6crats win or even 'jfrfako any gains Tn Ohio, tftio republican have been in potror for seven years, and they haven't much to brag about If they build the Industries of tho country on so Insecure a basis. w v .T..,l. Preaching and Practice. .Mr. Cleveland's speech before the Chicago Commercial club on October 14 was on the subject of "Good Citizenship," a subject that should "more fully engross tho public mind tlian it now does or seems to do. Mr. Cleveland did not tell the' people anything nqt already known by them, nor did ho call attention to' all the prevailing evils. . But aside from tho general tenor of Mr. Cle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

V4Wf - a OCTOBER 30, 1903 at trust ovll, brpught Injunction proceedings against tho beef combine. Since tbose proceedings were commenced, that combine has come to be more audacious than ever. On the one hand, exercising the power within its grasp, It has reduced at a single stroke the price of cattle and hogs In tho hands of the farmer, and on the other hand bos raised the price of beef and pork to the consumer. Many representatives of tho coal trust have closed down their coal mines on th,e plea that there is overproduction and they have, therefore, thrown out of employment hundreds of miners. At the same time, the prlco of coal to the con sumers has been advanced on the plea that there is an under-supply and therefore the consumer must pay a larger price for his coal. The 'anti-trust law was enacted for the pro tection of the people. Criminal prosecution was provided in tho very first section of that law be cause the law-malcers understood that the rich rascal, just like the poor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

7ft t V iff . l The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. i- BMi Entered nt the poBtofNcc at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail matter. ' One Year $i.eo lx A enths 50c la Club of 5 or more, per year 75c Three A'ontha aCa SlnelaCepy 4...5C Simple Copied Free. Forelga postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can bo sent direct to The Commoner They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where BUch agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by. post office money order, express order, or by bonk droit on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The dato on your wrapper shows when your tubecriptlon will expire Thus, Jan . , '04, means that payment ties been received to and including tho last issue 01 January 1804. Two weeks are required alter money is rcccivcd"beiore the date on wrapper can bo changed. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a change oi address must glvo tho OLD as well ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

'1'ipap.iiiBi.Kii. OCTOBER 30, 1903. . Left Their Principle. The Now York Commercial says: "The Iowa Idea' 14 not getting the cultivation that It' might . he expected to get right in the region of ita birth." That is true. Governor Cummins and other champions, of the "Iowa idea," while pretending to. re main true to Ita principles seem to have aban doned them. Men who were recreant in 1896 and 1900 aro now asking that they be sent as representatives of the party to h next na- Gettlag tlonal convention. They baBe .Together their plea on the ground of Honestly. "harmony' and argue that "it ? ds best for the party that we get together." Getting together is all right and a thing great to be desired providing the getting together is upon' thoroughly democratic ground. Last year 9,764 subscriber lent their assist ance to The Commoner in its subscription cam paign, with the result that 63, Everyone 643 new subscribers were se May Lend . cured. Already several hundred a Hand. " have enliste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

?-gNnFajiytyr,niwyAl-yyt' 6 The Commoner. , VOLUME 3, NUMBER , 'wi Topics y 1 HE&gB&4L V"" iiiiiiiiiiiimi " - j V W,"X. .-"V. -- -.-.. i - HrcuRBeNT 9 m L- ,v liw. THERE WAS SOMETHING OF A SENSATION in Wall street when Daniel L. Dresser, president of the Trust Company of the Republic, i N revealed under oath the methods employed by Charles M. Schwab and J. Pierpont Morgan with respect to the shipbuilding trust- The newspapers of the vcountry have paid great attention to Dres ser's testimony and some people pretend to be surprised because of the revelations. Mr. Dresser testified at a-hearlng before a special United States examiner, Henry D. Oliphnnt, that the first mort gage bondholders had obtained the appointment of a temporary receiver for the shipbuilding com pany and Dresser's testimony was introduced for the purpose of showing that the company was fraudulently imposed upon and rendered insolv ent through the machinations of certain men. DRESSE.R'3 REVELATIONS ARE RE ci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

BBWPPWpHWw'i "HfrpWUBMW 4 WfVmwmT3Hf!!!- ' VHf ' wj in? ntw-r ir OCTOBER 30, 1903. ' ' eouthern terminus, to Motmt St. Ellas, the north ern end of the 'panhandle,' the boundary to fol low the configuration of the coast, and not to be drawn from headland to headland. About 20,700 square mile Qf territory instead of c small "frac tion of that urea. Continued- control of the many Important ' bays and inlets throughout rthe 600 miles of coast from Mount at. Ellas tor Portland canal. Much valuable -mineral land; and-the fish eries, along thecoast. Supremacy in tie Northern Pacific ocean." AN INTERESTING RESUME OP THE ALAS ltan commission's verdict is presented by the London correspondent for tHe Chicago Record Herald. This correspondent points out that the Alaskan boundary commission has recognized American ownership of the entire Alaska "pan J handle" which at various times since 18G7 has caused serious friction between the United States and Canada. Assuming that the commission's judgme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

IT" 8 -.. The Commoner. , VOLUME 3, NUMBER , fc ir- rf fr October Field Though sharp tho morn with autumn frost And chill the early air, ; The mellow sun gives promise of A day superbly fair. What otchings of the shade and light. What matchless tints are born Each moment in ho frosty fields Of pumpkins and of corn. The corn shocks rustle dreamily, As if they whispered low Tho story of the summer which n Was hero short space ago; 'And gleaming in the autumn sun; To eager eyes revealed, Big, tawny globef" repose at ease About the pumpkia .field. Tho cool, soft dew of rosy June, Tho fervor of July, k When copper-pointed shafts were flung . ( From out a seething sky, The tranquil glow of August with ' Her warmly-fragrant tears, Have wrought their mingled flavor in Those yellow-rinded spheres. And comes deliciouj visions Of tho luxury to be When wind and frost shall shake the leaves " From every hapless tree; . When, holding for the household band, A radiant surprise, Tho board shall cre...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

l7rf-i.HH Uli" P I in hij i 9 ' Tue Commoner. it OCTOBER 30, ?l$03?fu '.-. ? ..i ' . ... . ., a relief, not only to -tender and pain ful feet, but also to prevent perspiring of the feet. LOW shoes, without heels, or the sandal, known as "the barefoot shoe," are both "very comfortable foot gear, but, of- course, theso can. be in dulged in only in the house. Lltt! Htlp. In cutting new bread, heat the bread knife by dipping Jt in scLtlng-hot water before usingT In working button-holes, strengthen the material around the cut portion with running stitches of thread and carry a strand of the silk or thread to prevent the hole from stretching along the top of the cut, while working. Discolored enameled saucepans may be easily cleaned by the use of pow dered pumice stone. Stove blacking will not burn off if it is wet up with a. little aqua ammonia. It is better to keep vinegar in glass, as the acid may affect the glazing of a stone vessel. Onoof the best blood-fninners and purifiers is the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

jw? iTrnV"Wl K The Commoner IO "VOLUME 3, NUMBER r . "W r. Vt : v f- Dr. Snoop's Cure Rheumatic . Costs Nothing if it FaCls. Any honest pcrfion who Buflbra from Hhouma tism la woleomo to tills offer. For years I Bcarchcd everywhere to find a specific for Rheu matism. For nearly 20 years JL workcl to this end. At Inst, In Germany, my search .was ro wunlcd. I found a costly chemical thfci did not disappoint mo as other Rheumatic prcHtiriptlouB had disappointed physicians everywhere I do not mean that Dr. Shoop'a Rheumatic Cure can turn bony Joints into flesh again. That Is Impossible. Hut it will drlvo from tho blood tho poison that causes pain and swelling, and then that Is tho end or Rheumatism. I know this so well that I will furnish for a fit A month my Rheumatic Curo on trial. I cannot euro all cases within a mouth. It would bo unreasona ble to expect that. Rut most cases will yield within HO days. This trial treatment will con vlnce you that Dr. Hhoop's Rheumatic Curo Is a power...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

yTTT 3 Vy 'V j" Wp flWfc iff1 y-'i-",r7' - Wrip;i.ag"i jurw;r ' OCTOBER 30, 1903. The Commoner. T" v" ''' " ""V-"'1 iV'J-tf1-.'" wn,;' ?'! nyr, jn'.m , rapr ,, I BOOK REVIEWS. ' The Art of Living Log. Wm F. Butler of Milwaukee has published a now and Improved English version of the treatise of the cele brated Venetian centenarian, Louis Cornaro. The book is entitled "The Art of Living Long," and contains the essays of that distinguished Venetian together with essays on the same sub ject' by Joseph Addison, Lord Bacon and Sir William Temple. The book is as interesting as it is instructive, land giyes valuable advice to those who are willing to make a sacrifice today in order to' fortify the body against premature old age and the inroads of disease. The book can be secured from the publisher, 57 University building, Milwaukee, Wis. The Bible In Shakospeare. The Winona Publishing Co., Winona Lake, Ind., has recently issued a vol ume by Wm. Burgess, entitled "The Bible in Shakespeare," ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

ip-w9,"vrTT''"1 r The Commoner. .VOLUME 3, NUMBER fl, 13 It - r- . LkL - ""TIT ? "ywr i- hi ' i iii ini-iiii-nV -- ... -t1 fcliywHWTilfa ' Owing to tho general industrial de pression in England, the approaching winter is Viewed with alarm. Thou sands of people In London alone are without work. The London council has been investigating thevsubjebt and finds that there is not sufficient? work in. the country f afford employment for tho whole population, and the im pending winter promises to he the worst known for years so far as con cerns Industrial conditions. At the closing session of tho na tional civic federation conference in Chicago on October 17, Samuel Com pere of tho American federation made .an impressive speech in favor of tho workingmen. Senator Mark Hanna presided at tho closing session of the conference and with other speakers ad vised "conservatism" and "harmony" in the relations of capital and labor. On October 1T ayne MacVeagh au thorized an un jiallfled denial to the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

fc- TWvqqrtim' Th6 Commoner. OCTOBER 30, 1903. 13 "- ' . . directed the postmaster at New York U remove Otto Wels, a clerk. Theso removals are the first result of Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Brls tow's report on the irregularities in the postoffice department. The of fenders are charged with being ex travagant and, wasteful, and awarding contracts to favored bidders. It is un derstood that other dismissals will follow. The Twenty-second infantry, until recently Btationed at Fort Crook, Neb., departed on October 21 for Manila to bG gone for two years. There are 465 iron in the two battalions, and Col onel Henry Wygant is in command. The twenty-ninth, annual convention of the American Bankers' association met at San Francisco, Cal., on Octo ber 21, and was addressed on the first day by several speakers, among whom was President Hardy of the associa tion. An interesting report on the present currency system of the United States was made by the currency com mittee. According to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 October 1903

5?r'K p fi The Commoner; 14 VOLUME 3, NUMBER .ii . 1 1 tmmP LXS- Chlllicotho (0.) News-Advertlser:-The news from Manila indicates the grafter also follows the flag. t . Athens (0.) Journal: The demo cratic platform is a broad instrument, but it is not wide enough to accommo date monopoly. Mt Sterling (111.) Examiner: Re publican promts 3 are most of them Intended to tool the people and they do fool a good many of them, but not all of them always. Fostoria (0.) Democrat: Ex-President Cleveland at Chicago talked about the "saving grace of patriot ism," but at the same time he felt mdro confidence in the absolute rule of the dollar. Hastings (Mich.) Journal: The re publicans prefer a currency backed by trust bonds than one supported by gold and silver. The former would certainly be elastic enough while the latter would be substantial. ' Lewisburg (W. Va.) Independent: Honestly, mow, have we not -overdone the business of nursing "Infant indus tries?" When an infant, under the nursing pr...

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