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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

The Commoner WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. i. No. 41. Lincoln, Nebraska, November 1, 1901. $1.00 a Year The Elections at Hand. Next Tuesday's elections in Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania will ho watched with interest and variously interpreted. In all of the states the re publicans have indorsed the last national platform of the party, and in case of victory will claim that republican principles and republican policies' have been approved by the people. The democrats, on tho contrary, have been divided and therefore weakened by the effort of gold democrats to emasculate tho party creed. .Where they have failed to secure tho repudiation of the Kansas City platform they have been sore and disgruntled. Where they have been success ful in suppressing the last national utterances of the party they have alarmed and offended the real democrats by rejoicing over what they term "the party's return to conservatism." In some states nat...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

The Commoner. can afford to permit any portion of its population to remain ignorant or to becomo imbruted. The whites, for their own welfare as well as for the good of the negroes, must see to it that the free school is opon to every child, white and black. The negro has already made great progress in intellectual development, and this, too, largely through the aid of the white people of the south. The former slave-ownors have at their own ex pense been educating the former slaves, whilo the more partisan republicans, some of them hold ing office by the aid of negro votes, have been in citing tho negro to oppose everything advocated by the southern whites, regardless of the merits of the proposition under consideration. The political rights of tho negro have for a quarter of a century been the subject, of public discussion. The republican party did not urge emancipa tion in the beginning; Lincoln, the head of that party, oxpressly declared that he had no intention of interfering wit...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

The Commoner. ffh'o president may have Invited him without con sidering the question that it raises, and Mr. Wash ington may have accepted from a feeling that an Invitation from the president was equivalent to a command. It is to bo hoped that both of them wlil upon reflection realize the wisdom of abandoning their purpose to wipe out race lines, if they enter tain such a purpose. Prof. Washington's work as an educator will be greatly impaired if he allows it to be understood .that his object is to initiate the members of his race into the social circles of the whites, and he will do injustice to those of his own color if he turns their thoughts away from intellectual and moral development to the less substantial advantages if there are any advant ages at all to be derived from social equality. The negro can find a sufficient stimulus in the ambi tion to so elevate himself and the members of his' race as to create a satisfactory society among his own people; his efforts in behalf of...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

"i The Commoner; This is calculated to set Mr. Hull to hustling for some new concessions. "The tariff will be revised by its friends!" shouts the ultra-protection organ. The present tariff was enacted by its friends and beneficiaries and they do not care for any revision. The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Terms Payable In Advance. Ore Year $,.00 fix Months , ,50 Three Months as itoElcCopy-AtNewatands or at this Office ... .05 Sample Copies Free. No Traveling Canvassers are Employed. Subscriptions can be sent direct to The Com moner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have advertised a clubbing rate, or through local agents where such agents have been ap pointed. All remittances should be sent by postofficc' order, express order or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or money. a a ,Advertj'sing rates furnished upon application. Address all communications to THE COMMONER, Lincoln, Neb. Entered at the postoffice at Lincoln, Nebraska, as s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

NVWJW ti"hjw it.i w mnt rjK n jW'ff'ViH Ti The Commoner. Society has been materially benefited by the treatment accorded the president's assassin. From the day that he shot President Setiuslon Garfield until tho day of his ex- Benefits ecution, Guiteau was permitted Society. to keep himself constantly before the public and the people were required to read each day reports of his doings. But while Mr. McKinley's assassin was accorded every privilege to which he was entitled under the law, he was kept in seclusion since his conviction and in seclusion remained until he was executed. Readers of tho daily newspapers heard but little of this, assassin. Ho was not permitted to pose as a hero or to flaunt his murderous doctrines in -the faces of the patriotic people of this country. For this the public must be grateful. Referring to an editorial in Tho Commoner, suggesting that Mr. Roosevelt would make a better president if he announced that McLean's he would not be a candidate in Waste of...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

w 6 The Commoner. BOYS' OWN, TOY MAKER. 'J cTIb how to innko Toys, Htcnm Kn (tinea, Plioto Cameras, Windmills, Microscopes. Klcctrla Telegraphs, Telephones. Magic Lniilcrns,VICollan Harps, lloats from a row-boat to n Rdiooiicr: Kites, Walloons, Masks,i Wagons, Toy Houses, llownnd Ar-1 row, Pop (flint. 81lnfrs, StlItB,KishlnR Tackle, llnhbit and Hlnl Traps, nnd mnnv others, nil so nlnlti mill nlinnln that nny ltoy can easily miikc. oo illustrations. This great honk hv nmll tor lO cciiIm. I BATES &CO.fl60Cqneress8t.,BostonlMnss GROW YOUR HAIR AND EARN $500 Toiilrerllieour wonletful IIAItl OIlOWINa jirrpujtloni where Uiey are atpretent unVnown, we oTTor &0 tuh prliei XW In OOI.I) FIXER. Whether joil ro entirely bait, or livcjmtlw pro to loie jour Jnln or nrirr rutin g hid much now wlih It luitirlnhL YOU IIAVB AN F.QUAIi CIIANCK (o earn imill fortune nl In n cvowlllGUOWI.UXUIUANT JIAIFI lo pv jou for Tout trouble. V(t And tint each new p illenl Ii the meant of lending til lo min...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

i. j The Commoner. ORNAMENTAL FENCE. Many designs. Cheap as wood. Catalogue free. Sold direct to tho usor at wholesale. Oct our prices boforo buying. Address COILED SPRING FENCE CO., Box T, Winchester, Ind. Beautiful Nottingham Lace Curtain WSEm Era nSsKJ? imMm "iPS ' to every lady reader of this paper for selling 20 Good Luck Pins tit 10 I'ciits each. Don't send money: only Bend your nddresB on n pos , tal, and wo will send 20 Plna and premium list: best ever given away, when goods arc Bold send money nnd wo will send tho Lace Curtains to youraddrcssat once. Order quick. MAGAZINE CO., BOX 3139, BOSTON, MASS. THIS S J If N LEEPING DOLL For a few hours' work, airm seud your nainound address and wo will mail you 30 Imitation Diamond Sot, ltollt-d Gold tJOUJU' JilUIUUH IU bun III. viuy 10 cents each. Every ono you meet or offer them to will buy i virii Wlinn art) it Cstrwl us tho 83.00 nnd wo will send you at once by express, alleltarofs paid. hond3omo JHKSS13D l)0ili,lt)lnclicslil(?h,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

wi-i ry ji IV-'-yi-F'-rpwyV? 8 The Commoner. ' BBBBBBw JBBBlBBBBBBEaBLJBY llfftrfETBjSJ MOST WONDERFUL VALUES lNMlfM-CIiABHBKWIN(lMACIUNKB,OR UANHAnui'iAnuu.wmcn wo guarantee for 20 yearn, andelilponso 1171 KrreTrUI atitholesaleprlee You can are money by writ ing for our mammoth Free catalogue. Herring naeninci from 1.60 up. Organ from mB.95op. rltnos from 118 tip. Addrr si In full. THIS OUISISiN VAJ51IMJU.X UUi, Dopt. K20-S&8 to 230 Fifth Ave., Chicago, HI. CARPENTERS.-Sond P. M. O. or draft for $1.50 and roooivo a chart and lcnthor bound book ou Roof Frnniingand othor difHcultios of framing. Every thing worked out in plain fig' urea no nlgobra, no goomotry. Excols nil othor works. C. M. Oaborn, Pub., Lincoln, Nob. filNSPNfi $25,000,00 VJAl -! VJrromjjRlfnn Acre This is what n Missouri man mndo last yoar, Soo St. Louis Ropublio, August 12, 1900. Easily grown nnd hardy throughout tho Union. Staplo in prico as whoat or cotton. Prico has advanced for25yonrB. Wild supply on point o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

The Commoner. 9 Why Be Fat When There is a New Home Treat ment that Quickly Reduces Weight to Normal Without Diet or Medicine and is Absolutely Safe, A TRIAL PACKAGFFREE BY MAIL Dou'tbo too fat; don't puff and blow; don't endanger yoar lifo with a lot of excess fat; and t urthermoro, don't ruin your Btomacb with a lot wHHn of useless drugs and patent medicines. Sond your namo nnd address to Prof. F. J. Kollopg 141 W. Main St., Uattlo Croak, Mich., and ho will Bend) nun frco trial package of his ro mnrknblo treatment that will reduco your woight to normal. Do not bo afraid of evil consequenced, tbo troatmont is perfectly safe, is natural and scientific and givos such a degroo of comfort as to astonish tiioso who havo paut od and porspirod under tho woight of excess fat. It takes oil tho big stomach, gives tho heart fraodom, enables tho lungs to oxpand naturally and you will feel a hundred times hotter tho first day you try this wonderful homo treatment. Sond your namo and addross for...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

K&a 11 t-- r 10 The Commoner. U m M mm liid fLJM riliflBM Jta ifl I) H I ill ftlvfllHHQllHrt 1 a fa d 1 11' ..- , .--.-----.--i .t.--.-. ,. . TUBAL r gv. : GIVEN BEFORE PURCHASING Wc send it to your nearest Express Office, Chafes Prepaid, and allow you a Free Trial Treatment before purchasing. If satisfactory, oav express agent our Special Advertising Price, Ten Dollars ($10.00) and take it; otherwise it will be returned at Our Expense. P V CAW A FAIRER OFFER BE MADE THAN THIS? TI 4m. :t. W WHIMlfl jKiwrrs' -.ji 1 .iSHSA .V-''i"l'' .vs f a: t'i-ii.' BW, :, i.y i..verj AT.'r-i W,7TT ti' ,1 .& U 9 J s&S ii?i- 3j a?m M W f ! m 'M Btt :3 SVj $$& AS? m&& & : V-t TEN DOLLARS To moro quickly introduco Dr. Home's Electric Belts and AppIN anccs in now localltios, wo havo decided, for a period of 30 days only, to sell Dr. Homo's Now Improved, Bost and most Power ful $20.00 Electric Bolt together with suspensory attachment for naif prlco, or 1110.00, and glvo a Free...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

The Commoner. ii Forma of Hie Weekly Press. (Continued from Page Nine.) pollute American citizenship with semi-savages, nor traduce American principles i n the name of trade. Newton (la.) Democrat: Even some of our republican friends have become sick of furnishing pap for the "infant industries" of which we heard bo much a few years ago. The tariff has been found to be a tax, and it seems that even leading republicans now see the injustice of making the foreigner (?) pay it. The next demo cratic platform must present a strong anti-tariff plank and the people, will vote for it. Durango Wage Earner: Democracy is all right, like the sea. The winds and storms that beat upon it and lash its waters into fury only make it pure and wholesome. They stir it up from the bottom, and relieve it from those things which if allowed to re main would make it a putrid mass of corruption. -The decaying, debasing, offensive elements, like drift-wood, are tossed by the turbulent waters hither and thither...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 November 1901

1 The Commoner. 12 - '- r'"J" A I ' IT--" ,, pK-sssssn p"T mwrnwi J&i 'ijjjL"1 Jjt. M'yw1 jr!!yj TT"1 , rfwwmui? - ," BKBG " "" ' " mm ,11., I III WWII ll 11 t Books Received. B'OOKS RECEIVED Among the books recoived the past week several deserve special atten tion. An Introduction' to Political Econ omy, by Richard T. Ely, of the Univer sity of Wisconsin, (published by Ea ton & Mains, N. Y and Jennings & Pyo, Cincinnati), is a valuable addi tion to the library of every student of economic and political questions. Municipal Monopolies, a Collection of Papers by American Economists and Specialists, edited by Prof. Edward W. Bomis, (published by Thos. T. Crowell & Co., N. Y.), gives a large amount of information upon subjects of growing interest and importance. Governments and Parties in Conti nental Europe, by A. Lawrence Lowell, (published by Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Boston and New York), two volumes, is an exceedingly instructive work. It traces the growth of pa...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. V, . Vol. i. No. 42. Lincoln, Nebraska, November 8, 1901. $1.00 a Year The Election Returns. In order to have The Commoner reach all the subscribers before the end of the week, it is neces sary to begin mailing on Tuesday. It Is impossible, therefore, to report or comment upon the election returns in this issue. They will be discussed next week. JJJ Hoar is Consistent. Senator Hoar has shown his consistency by declining an invitation to deliver a political eulogy on the late president. In explanation of his refusal he says that he is extremely busy just now, but adds: "I ought in frankness to state another and even stronger reason. I think the eulogy on the president should be delivered by some person who was in full accord with him upon the principal political measure of his adminis tration. I never questioned his absolute hon esty, his devotion to the public welfare, his ' love of liberty and his desire to do his duty as God g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

I.i,. ,uwm 9n&x" The Commoner. r force depend, in a measure, upon the character of the people, because this is a republican form of government in which inferior citizenship must ro Bult in inferior statesmanship, because in this gov ernment the Integrity, or tho lack of it, the wis dom, or the absence of it, tho patriotism, or the want of it, on tho part of tho masses of the people, must in time find reflection in the conduct of tho people's representatives therefore it is of the highest importance that in order, to make a city or country great under a republican form of gov ernment the citizens miiBt be great. They must be great, not in the news columns of tho press j great, not in their own conceit; great, not merely In acquiring Wealth or reaching places of distinction and- renown, but great in their own hearts, in their own conscience, in the con templation of their duty as citizens and In their duty to God. It is not possible, realizing human frailty, that any effort to bri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

The Commoner. , - court each man Is counsel and each man is judge. That court may not stay the movement, but will "control it. It can make the movement with all the wonderful things attending it subserve the higher thought, ennobling the individual." Of what value is "an appeal to the great court of public opinion," unless the decrees of that court can be enforced; and if those decrees are "irre sistible," why may they not stay this movement? Why may they not crush out the trust system? Justice Brewer says that this tendency is antag onistic to the republic, inconsistent with popular government, wholly against the republican thought of equality of right. If this is true, and "the great court of public opinion" cannot enforce decrees sufficiently to crush the system, then we must admit that we are powerless to protect the re public against evil tendencies; that we are help less in the presence of institutions that are incon sistent with popular government; that we are im potent when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

-Sj-rsj VWWM,Wt The Commoner. The Commoner, ISSUED WEEKLY. Terms Payable la Advance. One Ytar. ' Six tenths . 5 Three Months..., a5 , flnfite Cepy At Ncwstanda or at this Of flee 05 Sample Copies Prce. No Traveling Canvassers are Employed. Subscriptions can be sent. direct to The Com moner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have advertised a clubbing rate, or through local agents where such agents have been ap pointed. All remittances should be sent by postoflice order, express order or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. . Do not send individual checks, stamps, or money. Advertising rales furnished upon application. Address all communications to THE COMMONER, Lincoln, Neb. Entered at the postoflice at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail matter. RENEWALS Tho dato on your -wrapper shows when your subscription will oxpire. Thus, Jnn, 02 moam that pay ment has boen rccoivod to and including tho last issue of Jan nary, 1002. Two weeks are required nftor money 1b recoi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

n 5 u . Father "Tom" Burke delivered a speech In New York in 1872 in which he said: "Mr. Froude says that the parliament of 1872 The was a failure because'the Irish Inheritance are incapable of self-legislation, of Freedom. It is a serious charge to make now against any people. I, who am not supposed to be a philosopher, and, be cause of the habit that I wear am supposed not to be a man of very large mind I stand up here tonight and I assert my conviction that there is not a nation or a race under the sun that is not capable of self-legislation and that has not a right to the inheritance of freedom." Caleb Powers has for the second time been convicted of complicity in the murder of Gov ernor Goebel of Kentucky. The fore WHl They man of the jury which convicted Pow Now Return era had been a schoolmate of the de Tayior? fendant. "Will the republican gov ernor of Indiana accept this second conviction as a reason for the delivery of Mr. Taylor to the Kentucky authorities, or will, the ,...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

MMWIM "VT, rpmpw fpmpjpipswpqp The Commoner. vr rft -2 3 WWWWYWWVV Whether Coirintion or Not IWWWWMWMWWWAIWWW is LEARF E , BUT He was up in mathematics, in didactics, hydrostatics; Could givo the Latin name of bug and beast. , - Ho was up in physiology, psychology , neurology, And he knew the mystic culture of the east. He was long on homoeopathy, likewise, also, osteopathy; And suggestive therapeutics was his forte. Ho was, too, a great geographer, an oxpert lexicographer, ' - And in legal lore he far surpasse d the court. . , As a learnod sociologist his name would always lead the list, And he sought man's reformation every way. He bewailed vice in the city, viewed his nation's fate with pity And forgot to cast a vote election day. his forward with nrlntcr's ink on Angers and a pencil in his hand. "A moment, please, Brother Four.th- ly. It is unfair to take undue advant age of the people. I have here the subscription books of the Weekly Bu gle, and I suggest that you allow thirty ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

The Commoner. W . THE FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS K I bvyvyyvvy irontoii iivio.j itegisier; iue ywyiv of Missouri do not want any man who does not stand 'squarely on the Kan sas City platform to represent them in the United States senate. Pekln (111.) Times: The republicans are talking strongly of tinkering with the' tariff. They ought to know that would "disturb the business interests of the country." At least they have always claimed it would. Thayer (Mo.) Tribune: President Roosevelt and the governor of Massa chusetts are praised for their liberal ity in appointing democrats to judge ships. It is noticeable, however, that they choose the kind of democrats who vote the republican ticket. Langdon (N. D.) Courier-Democrat: During the campaign of a year ago the republicans attributed every Fili pino uprising to Bryan speeches. One of the very worst slaughters of the war has just occurred and to whom will the republicans now lay the blame? Detroit (Mich.) People: So long as democrats pe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

tww&wlwvLmwwwm!), .ipfiwg"11' The Commoner. 8 " ' B9tflpWiRW?W'pRffwJ pv The Home Department. ' Annie Laurie. Maxwelton braes are bonnie Where early fa's the dew, And it's there that Annie Laurie Gie'd mo her promise true Glo'd me her promise true, Which ne'er forgot will he: And for bonnie Annie Laurie ' I'd lay mo douno and dee. Her brow is like the snaw-drlft; .Her throat is liko the swan; Her faco it is the fairest .That e'er the sun shone on 4That e'er tho sun shone on And dark blue is her ee; And for bonnie Annie Laurie I'd lay mo doune and dee. Like dew on the gowan lying (Is the fa' o' her fairy feet; L'Iko the winds in summer sighin 'Her voice is low and sweet 'Her voice is low and sweet. '- And she's a' the world to mo': And for bonnie Annie Laurio ' I'd lay me douno and dee. William Douglas of Kirkcudbright. vr at - Homely Wrinkles. ffTho frost is on tho pumpkin, X Tho blush is on, the apple, But more than this, 0 joy and bliss, Tho scrape are in the scrapple. If you ...

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