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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

The Commoner. 9 u 500,000 Rheumatic Agents Wanted Quick. Millions Have Rheumatism and All Can be Cured Write To-day if You Have Rheumatism or Want to Act as Agent, . 50c. Box Mailed Free. It is now posaiblo to bo quickly cured of any form of rheumatism without having your atom ach turned up sido down or being half chokod to death and mado to vomit, and ovory sufferer from rheumatism should wolcomo this now and marvelous discovory with opon arms and givo it an honost trial. John A. Smith, Milwaukee, Wis., whilo apparently hopolossly sick with rheumatism, hit upon a combination of drugs and is goaorous enough to send a 50 cent box free to ovory sufforor who writes at onco. It is a homo treatment and will not keop you from your work. As you know if you've tried thom, ovory eo called rheumatic romody on tho market to-day, except this gonuino euro, will causo you violont stomach pains and vomiting, and somo of them aro so dangerous thoy will causo hoart trouble. And tho worst of it is th...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

The Commoner. 10 it i . - 4- A Splendid Library. ' The collection of famous aftor-din-i ner speeches, popular lectures, ad ' dresses and anecdotes of the world's greatest orators, lectures and racon teurs, affords to book lovers a splendid opportunity to ornament their shelves ; and store their minds. "Tho Library of Modern Eloquence," edited by Hon. Thomas B. Reed, In collaboration with Hon. Justin McCarthy, M. P., Rossiter Johnson, Albert Ellery Borgh and about fifteen others, is such a collec tion. Quotations have not been made; speeches and lectures found worthy of admittance have been printed in their entirety. Tho library consists of ten volumes, divided as follows: Tho first three volumes con tain after-dinner speeches, the next three volumes containing famous lec tures, tho next throe volumes contain ing addresses made upon special occa sions, and tho tenth volume stories, anecdotes, reminiscences and repartee of banquet hall and legislative forum, followed by indices to tho...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

s The Commoner. ii s I it- .; AGENTS MAKE MONEY IUNDUNd OUR BE LIABLE IjAAIFS. Brighter than electricity, oho a p or than kcropeno. Thousands of testimonials from iooplo using thrm for two years. Latest improve monts. Permitted by Ins. Co'b. Largest factory fn U.S. l3Styicsiorinuoor8ana ouv 9 wsr " fW doors. Air prCBBU ro and grav- 11 (4 up. nrlco. Kxi Individuals or merchants. itylampd. lowest prices. Ke- aiiciun. Bampioiamn nun rlco. Exclusive territory to lArRO dealers In months. Illustrated cat- BTJUIBAKD 018 LAMP CO., JNO.XZZ Michigan St., Chicago. RANIER GRAND HOTEL Seattle, 'Washington European Plan. Bates $1.00 and upward. 522 rooms. 7S rooms with bath. Finest Cnfo in tho northwest, notod for the peculiar oxcollenco of its Cnisino. RANIER GRAND HOTEL CO. H. B. Dunbar, Prosidont and Manager ka f. outiu um jruur aaares ftimtth tliA tvorlr find tAAri van Iron, vnn work In - ...- "T z, : 1 . .- tha locality wbero you lira. na us your address and we win explain tUo business fully...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 November 1901

-" I' s " B" f 12 The Commoner. SSI- WRBBm JOSEPH U. CHOATK nOUACE rOBTES MARK TWAIN nEMKYW. GRADT J. P. DOLUVKR luUiwMAHHIVB1 john a aoRDOU Publication of "MODERN ELOQUENCE" 10 Handsome Library Volumes. Thomas Bracket Reed Edltor-In-ClUcf ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Hon. Justin McCarthy, M. P. -Haulier Johnson Albert Ellery Strgh Johnithin P. Dottlrtr Kiwui EtctiU LUla. Nnhw Pukell Dot John II. 0 onion June. D. Foad Georgp McLcn Harper lortma 8ers Ed.la M. Bicoa Chimp CUtk Trunun A. DWeci CUrlc Ilowelt Is an evont of promior Importance For tho first timo tbo beat Aftor-dinnor Spoechos, LecturoB, Addressos, Anocdotos, IlominisconcoB and Bopartoo of Amorica s and England's mont brilliant mon bavo boon selootod edited arranged by an editorial board of men t liomaolTOB oloquont with word and pen mon "who bavo uchioTod ominonco in variod fiolds of activity. Tboso goma of Bpokon tbougbt woro fugitivo from lack of propor prosorvatlvo moans, until tbo Hon. Tbomas B. Rood, upon voluntarily rotiriDg ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

The Commoner. WILLIAn J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, r Iv I- m. Vol. i. No. 43.' Lincoln, Nebraska, November 15, 1901. $1.00 a Year The Elections of 1901. While it is impossible at this time to measure and weigh the local influences which may have affected the general result, enough Is known to justify the conclusion that the two leading politi cal parties show practically the Bame strength that they did a year ago. If the republican pol icies which have been developing during the last twelve months have aroused any protest among ' the people, that protest has beeen off-set by the influence exerted by the assassination of the presi dent. .The republicans everywhere confessed their reliance upon this influence when they devoted so much time to appeals to the personal regard felt for McKinley, the man. It is not unnatural that the republicans should have been spurred to greater activity by the president's death, neither :s it strange that it caused some apathy on the other side. The...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

wns " :J?rmi Whatever may bo one's opinion as to the im portance that the word "God" appearing in the constitution, it would seem that if this country is good enough for this clorglyman and his asso ciates to live In, and its form of government is good enough for this clergyman and his asso curlty under, they should ho willing to as sume the responsibilities of citizenship. Responsibilities of citizenship are assumed by swearing loyalty to the constitution. This does not mean that men who take this oath approve of the omission from the constitution of all men tion of the Creator. There may be, too, in other respects amendments and improvements which a man might suggest to the constitution, but tho fact that that great article could bo improved does not justify a man in refusing to declare his allegiance to his adopted country by swearing loyalty to tho constitution of that country. Tho charge that tho constitution is an "Im moral document" is an interesting one when read in tho ligh...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

3 w h'- tration as could well be drawn up. It Is credited to the Ohio State Journal of September 30, and reads asT follows: Two years ago the finance committee of the Ohio republican state executive committee prepared and mailed a Jrcular letter, calling attention to the importance of the state cam paign that year and stating that voluntary contributions for the legitimate expenses of the state committee would be very gladly re ceived. These letters were mailed to the lead- " lng republicans throughout the country. Be cause some of the letters were delivered to " federal officers within the government build K ings where they were employed, oyerzealous - friends of the civil service law contended that T the law had been thereby violated and brought - the matter to the attention of the federal grand jury. The law on this subject forbids soliciting campaign contributions from any officer or employe of the United States in any 7 room or building occupied by him in the dis charge of his ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

E-Z223LZiZE3fl K.Mi'VJ.Tgl IWw1 XW v"tt7,,kr 4 I The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. i Terms Payable In Advance. One Year ' $ fix Mentha... so Three Months .' S ilcgleCopy At Ncwstands or at this Office e Sample Copies Free. No Traveling Canvassers arc Employed. Scubscriptions can be sent direct lo 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 postoffice order, express order or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Bo not send individual checks, stamps, or money. Advertising rates furnished upon application. Address all communications to THE COMMONER, Lincoln, Neb. Entered at the postoffice at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail matter. RENEWALS Tho dato on your wrappor Bhows when your subscription will expire Thus, Jan, 02 moani that pay tnont has bcon rccolvcd to and including tho last issuo of Jan nary, 1002. Two wcoks are roquirod aftor ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

Oklahoma has made a poor bid for statehood by, allowing her towns and cities to go democratic at their first election. Had Oklahoma Oklahoma's shown signs of being safely republican Plea for there would be less republican opposl- sutchood. tion to statehood when the matter cornea up before congress. By going democratic Oklahoma affords the republican man agers an opportunity to renew their old cry of "rotten borough." A brief glance backward will show that the republican party has never been Blow- in admitting a territory to statehood when assured that the new state would go republican. cy The Charleston exposition is the next one on the list, and in addition to its worth from a stand point of display it is entitled to con Tlio sideratlon for another reason. It was Charleston started and carried out without gov Exposition. ernment aid. True, government aid was sought, but it was not obtained. Nothing daunted, the energetic citizens of Charles ton set to work to make the exposition a...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

6 The Commoner. 4 JMW. wwvwwwywMvw Whether Common or Not. Whip Behind. The meanest man on life's highway Is not tho one who's bent On making loans for thirty days At ten or twelve per cent. He's not the man who wore his brain Into a frazzled wreck To-make a button of a wart That grew upon his neck. i The meanest man is not the one Whose greed insatiate Caused him to climb the fence to save The hinges on his gate. He's not the one who saved his heels By walking on his toes He's not tho one who saved his teeth . By talking through his nose. The meanest man on earth today Is not the man who totes A quart of shoepegs to his horse And palms them off for oats. Nay, all these men are gentlemen Of wondrous hearts and kind Compared with him who is so mean He always whips behind. God bless the man who's kind enough To smile and look ahead; "Who never growls because a boy Hooks on a little sled. - May health be his, and length of years, And may ho fortune find; ' For nothing is too good for hi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

r 1 ) Ml '; 6 The Commoner. ; - -tffjrivWk " r3 "" E IV. VWtfVWWWWWWiWW i s 3 Whether Common or Not. -2 Whip Behind. The meanest man on life's highway Is not the one who's bent On making loans for thirty days At ton or twelve per cent.. He's not the man who wore his brain Into a frazzled wreck To -make a button of a wart That grew upon his neck. fT , ( The meanest man is not the one Whose greed insatiate Caused him to climb the fence to save The hinges on his gate. He's not the one who saved his heels By walking on his toes; He's not the one who saved his teeth . By talking through his nose. The meanest man on earth today Is not the man who totes A quart of shoepegs to his horse And palms thorn off for oats. Nay, all these men are gentlemen Of wondrous hearts and kind Compared with him who is so mean He always whips behind. " God bless the man who's kind enough To smile and look ahead; Who never growls because a boy 'Hooks" on a little sled. 'May health be his, and length of years, ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

Commoner. 7 I . THE FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS . I tt i f tt r f taf. J.. ':: , is Crowley (La.) News: The slowness of the Samar islanders to believe in their pacification is accounted for by the limited circulation of republican newspapers in that region. Ironton (Mo.) Register: The reor ganizes are running everything in Missouri with a high hand this year. The democrats will take charge when the conventions are held next year. Onoka (Minn.) Free Press: The bankers have a genuine friend in Sec retary Gage of the national treasury. He is forever devising financial sys tems by which the banks may get the best of it. Detroit (Mich.) People: The dem ocracy will never succeed, so long as democrats stand ready and willing to surrender the most essential principles declared for in their national platforms of 189G and 1900. Maryville (Mo.) Forum: The re publican party is pursuing a policy which contracts the metal money of tho nation. The democratic party will favor the increase of our meta...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

Commoner. I . a THE FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS . . I I l Crowley (La.) News: The slowness of the Samar Islanders to believe In their pacification is accounted for by the limited circulation of republican newspapers in that region. Ironton (Mo.) Register: The reor ganizes arc running everything in Missouri with a high hand this year. The democrats will take charge when the conventions are held next year. Onoka (Minn.) Free Press: The bankers have a genuine friend in Sec retary Gage of the national treasury. He is forever devising financial sys tems by which the banks may get the best of it. Detroit (Mich.) People: The dem ocracy will never succeed, so long as democrats stand ready and willing to surrender the most essential principles declared for in their national platforms of 1896 and 1900. Maryville (Mo.) Forum: The re publican party is pursuing a policy which contracts the metal money of the nation. The democratic party will favor the increase of our metal money by bimetallism. Sa...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

j t i 8 The Commoner. 500,000 Rheumatic Agents Wanted Quick, Millions H&ve Rheumatism and All Can be Cured Write To-day if You Have Rheumatism or Want to Act asAgent, h- 50c. Box ailed Free. The Home Department. It is now poasiblo to bo quickly cured of any form of rheumatism without having your stom ach turned up sido down or being half choodto death and raado to vomit, and evory sufferer from rheumatism should wolcomo this now and marvolous discovory with opon arms and give it an honost trial. John A. Smith, Milwaukee, Wis., whilo apparently hopolossly sick with rhoumatism, hit upon a combination of drugs and is genoroua enough to sond a 50 cent box froo to ovory sufforor who writes at onco. It is 'a homo treatment and will not koop you from your work. As you know if you'vo tried them, ovory bo oallod rheumatic romedyon tho markot to-day, except this gonuino euro, will causo you violont stomach pains and vomiting, and somo of thou aro so dangoroua tlioy will causo hoart troubl...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

- The Commoner. Home Department. (Continued from Page Eight.) tour?" -I asked with all the ferocity I could muster. "No, only I don't Want to go south, and we've both been in the east in lact were almost raised there and it ift too late in the year to go north. So 1 thought it would be best to go west; to the Pacific coast. That would be a delightful trip." "O, would it?" I asked, sarcastical ly. "Then I suppose I need only go down and ascertain which road is the best and cheapest and purchase our tickets." "Well, you needn't waste any time looking for the bpst route. All you need to do is to purchase the. tickets and secure the berths in the sleeper. "We start from the Union Pacific depot at 11:30 on the nigth of September 12, auu we'll go to Denver. After spend ing' a day or two there we'll go to Suit Lake and spend a day or two. Frcm there we'll go to Portland and spend a few days, and from there to San Francisco by steamer. After two or three days in San Francisco we'll" "Say, I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

' . The Commoner. 10 a . May I Send You j A Book? f i T I will mail you any book from the 'tl-l. l.l. to .... nnvtl nn vnnti nillfnaa J.1HL UU1UW 1JL J'UU BU11U Alio jrwm m,v.uw. g With it I will send an order on your "'noarcst druggist for six bottles of Dr. Snoop's Restorative. If you think that .you noed it after reading this book, you aro welcome to take it a month- at my risk. If it cures, pay your druggist $5.50. If it fails, I will pay him my "solf. This remarkable offer is made after a lifetime's experience. I have learned how to strengthen the inside nerves those nerves that alone operate eVery vital organ. I make each organ do its duty by bringing back its nerve power. ' No case is too difficult. I take the risk In all. In five years, 550,000. people have ac cepted this offer; and 39 in each 40 paid. They paid because they were cured, for no druggist accepts a penny otherwise. The decision is left with you. Note that if my Restorative cures, the cost is a trifle. If it fai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

Commoner. ii m. t "fc. cv , Weekly News Summary. British suffer heavy loss in South lA.frica in November, fifty-four men being killed and 150 wounded. The Commercial Cable company an nounces rates to Luzon islands, $1.66 per word and to all other islands $1.76 per word. Thirteen children died at St. Louis as a result of the administration of anti-toxin for diphtheria. Lock-jaw re sulted from the use of that remedy. The census bureau makes public Its report on school, militia and voting ages for all states tand teritories. This shows persons of 'school age, 5 to 10 years, 26,110,788, of whom 24,897,130 are native-born, 22,490,211 are white and 13,086,160 are males; males of militia age, 16,360,363, of whom 13, 132,280. are native-born and 14,495,596 are white; and males of voting age, 21,329,819, of whom 16,227,285 are native-born and 19,036,043 are white. Of the total number of male's 21 years of age and over 2,326,155 are illiterate. Of the 16,227,285 native-born males 21 years of ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 November 1901

rap'nsv The Commoner. 12 The World Struggles for Gold and SHrer. 'A History of tho Precious Metals, from the Earliest Times to the Present. By Alexander Del Mar, M. E. Sec ond edition revised. 488 pp. Cam bridge Encyclopedia Company. Mr. Alexander Del Mar is a man of set ideas; ho is also an indofatigable worker, a political economist of the flrst order, a brilliant numismatist, and a faithful student of history. Knowing exactly what he wants to provo and possessing to the tips of his lingers the facts connected with his subject, his narrative is clear, concise, and to the point, not to say elegant and attractive. The title of his work furnishes also a palpable proof of the Inborn modesty of the savant, of the "erudite." This "History of Precious Metals" was begun in 1858, published in London in 1880, and attracted a good deal of deserved attention. This second edition gives to the public an up-to-date history, full of documentary evidence of indisputable value for the solution of t...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 November 1901

tfc The Commoner. WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ki Vol. i. No. 44. Lincoln, Nebraska November 22, 1901. $1.00 a Year "The People Sovereign." In his seventh annual message to congress, President Monroe Baid: "Meeting in you a new congress, I deem it proper to present this view of public affairs in greater detail than it might otherwise be necessary. I do it, however, with peculiar satisfaction, from a knowledge that in this .respect I shall comply more fully with the sound principles of our government. The peo ple being: with us exclusively the sovereign, it is indespensable that full information be laid before them on all important subjects, to en able them to exercise that high power with complete effect. If kept in the dark, they must be incompetent to do it. We are all liable to error, and those who are engaged in the man agement of public affairs are more subject to excitement and to be led astray by their par ticular interests and passions than the great body of our...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 November 1901

The Commoner. ; rlca and, the British nation, the American sym pathies must ho with the South Africans. President Itooseyelt is preparing his message to congress. He has an opportunity to express tho sympathy of the American people with tho re publics of South Africa. He has an opportunity to reflect tho overwhelming popular sentiment in this country and to give voice to tho well-nigh unanimous hope and prayer that Great Britain may not succeed in its offorts to destroy tho two republics. It is not necessary that any unfriendly spirit should ho shown towards Groat Britain on tho part of tho one who expresses tho hope that the people of tho Transvaal will win in this great battle. It would, indeed, be surprising if tho American people were not heart anu soul in sympathy with the South Africans, and there is no good reason, in low or In morals, why this sympathy should not find reflection in the president's message. There aro models at the president's hand for such an expression. In 1...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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