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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 3 January 1902

WWT'WIPSfrtnippjBTpHrwrx . H J- iwy (fvrqrv-i The Commoner. ii I Meter set ret of crder. 0EggSilfi$5 EOQ EVERY TIME. NtMl Bft tim ttsi atjlght. Regulate perfectly. Dent est carta. No. 99, fe. SarUffeld, Otto. Do You Scratch? Itching Eczorna, all skin disoasos cured. I care when physicians and patent modiclues fail. 82,. U00 patients testify to truth of nboro. Send 6c for trial treatment. W. A. BULLARD.alOTheodoro St. Dkteoit, Mioir. MMBiMnwninnmMMtani WArKD MEN TO tXAKM CAR1JER TRADE. AU. TUB ADVAff TACKS OF MODERN PRACTICE, EXPERT IJCPTRUCTI0N8. I.KCTUHB8 ETC., YEARS OP Al'PRKimCEgniP SAVED. QSI.T TWO MONTHS RK QUIRED. WIUTK NEAREST HIUKC1I rOR CATALOGUE- VOIXR I1ARBKR COLLEGE, OMAHA, NED., CUig AdO, ILL., OR HINNEAI-O-LIS, MINN. Fern Balls. WE nAVB JTJST RECEIVED A NEW IMPORTATION OP THIS DE enUDLB JAPANESE NOVELTT IN TWO SIZES, 76e AND 11.00 EACH SENT EXPRESS PREPAID TO ANV ADDRES8. WE ARE ALSO LARO.E DEALERS IN PLANTS AND CUT FLOWERS OF ALL KINDS. WRITE UB FOR WIIAT TOU WANT. CH...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 3 January 1902

3103 V"V" W5WS, W JliWTJ'JpMp P iviT',i"!lltl ipHjipu iw rv 12 The Commoner. SUBSCRIBERS : I - THE COMMONER CONDENSED" Arrangomtmts have beon mado with tho Abboy Press, of Now York, for tho publication of a book of from threo'hundred to three hundred and fifty pages, which will be. as its title indicates, a condensed copy of Tho Commoner for tho first year of its existence. Tho volume will reproduce tho editorials which discuss questions of a permanent nature, togothor with selected paragraphs. A fow chapters will be devoted to Mr. Maupin's page, to the Homo Department and to tho Weekly Press Forum. Tho last chapter will contain tho choicest poems which have appeared in tho paper during the year. The editor has a two-fold object in issuing this abridgement of tho year's work. He desires first, to furnish in convenient form for preservation, tho more important editorials so that subscribers who have not kept completo files may have a permanent record of the paper from tho beginning, ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

The Commoner WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. I Veil. i. No. 51, Lincoln, Nebraska, January 10, 1902. $1.00 a Year Steadfastness. Among. the traits of character which distin guished Andrew Jackson, no trait was more promi nent'or more helpful to his country than his "stead fastness. When he believed a thing, he believed it. Where duty led, he followed without questioning. When he decided that anything ought to be done, he' did it, and no power could overawe him. He did not have in his veins a single drop of "any thing to win" blood. When Nicholas Biddlo de clared that through the national bank he could make and unmake congresses, Jackson replied that that was more power than any one man ought to have in this country, and he then began his war against Biddle and his bank whjlch resulted in the overthrow of that great financier and the in stitution which he so autocratically controlled. Others were afraid that Biddle's influence, if an tagonized, would defeat the democratic p...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

2 fr M te? & he had loaned. The republican state convention met beforo his parole expired and adopted a res olution demanding that he bo returned to the peni tentiary, and the governor immediately complied with the resolution. Mr. Bartley returned no money during his freedom. Soon after his return to the penitentiary ho made known the fact th.it Mr. Goold, the republican candidate for regent of the stato university, who voted his delegation for the resolution C imanding the ex-treasurer's reim prisonment, 'Was one of the men who borrowed stato monoy and failed to return it. This an nouncement .caused a Bensation and was followed by the withdrawal of Mr. Goold from the ticket. The election resulted in a republican victory, and in less than three months after the election the governor, who was rebuked before the elec tion for giving Bartley a two months' . parole, fjves him a completa pardon. If Mr. Bartley and his family were the only persons interested there would be unanimous a...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

the lives of different persons and classes, and when that discussion is once, started we need nojt he sur prised, if somo find it difficult to dlstinjgush be tween the value of the life of the Filipino and the value of the life of an American, or between the value of the life of an' ordinary citizen and the value, of the life of a high official. The sympathy expressed for England in her war, against the republics of South Africa tends to identify our government with European govern ments and to visit upon it the condemnation vis ited upon governments resting upon brute force. The suggestion recently made that we join with the nations of Europe in the extermination of anarchy looks toward a still closer union be tween the monarchies and aristocracies of the old world and the republic of the new world. We cannot afford to do anything which will identify a. government resting upon the consent of the gov erned with governments whose strength rests upon enormous standing armies supported...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

4 The Commoner. 'V I) ,1- The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Eutcrcd nt the postQfiicc at Jhicolii, Nebraska, as sccbiid clns mull nmttcr, TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCB. One Year $1.00 SIxflontlis soc Three rinntlts 25c Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They enn nlso be sent through newspapers which have advertised n clubbing rate, or through local agents where such agents have been appointed. 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. RENEWALS, The date on your wrapper shows when, your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02 menus that pay ment has teen received to and Including the last issue of Jan.- -uary, 1502. Two weeks arc required after money is received be fotc the date of the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OF ADDRESS.-Subscribcrs requesting a change in address must give the OID as well as the NEW address. ApVERTISlNQ rat...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

vtrv wmrrwfixr "vgw i " Acting Governor Wright of the Philippines Bays that the people fof those islands are '-a hard race to conquer." Every race .VA Hard that has aspired to liberty and .- Rhco has shown itself willing, if nec- to Conquer." essary, to die in the effort to se cure it, has been "a hard race to conquer." George III. found the American col onists "a hard race to conquer." Great Britain has already learned that the Boers are "a hard race to conquer;" and it is just now beginning to dawn on some of the men in authority in the United States that it is just about as difficult- to ccnquer the Filipinos of today as. the Spaniards found it to conquer the Filipinos of yesterday. &&A Waiting , fir an . ' Explanation. In a statement prepared for the Chicago Rec-crd-Herald, Secretary Gage says: "There has been a very material increase in Secretary Gage's the volume of money in circula Proud tion since March 1, 1897, as well Boast. as in the amount per capita. The volume ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

6 The-; Commoner. T4 Jk o nth r at ?v. h Rl. F'i-' w "ij, A $. ! ffiK? KSftf Pi;' ."y .; I WWWWWMVih 1 Whether Common or Not 5Jwwwiw M Ylio New Rule The trusts have found a better plan To rule the working masses, Than trusting work of making laws In hands of voting masses. They've found it less expense to "see A judge without compunction, 'And get from him a writ of court To rule them by injunction Men are enjoined from walking-on i The free and public highways; 'And ministers have been enjoined , From preaching in- the by-ways. Still other men have been enjoined From quitting their employment, 'Although their wage had been cut down For other men's enjoyment. Injunctions here, injunctions there, . From north to southern borders; The trusts have got it fixed so they , Can get restraining orders. But though injunctions come so fast ;There is no use believing -That trusts will ever be enjoined . From keeping up their .thieving., Those Dear Girls. , 'tDld.Jack tell you he thought I had ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

a K- The Commoner. ,-. .., FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS . ..., 'r-.f3 I t Lawrenceville (Ga.) News-Herald: The people agree with the president of ' he court. Freeport (111.) Bulletin: But econ omic arguments as well as sentiments of humanity, plead in "vain with the spirit of protection. Mount Holly (N. J.) Democrat: Their forcible government will cost the peo ple of the states . yearly millions. and the- sacrifice of countless American lives. . Tipton (Tenn.) Record: The;hatred of the north for brown men and their love for black men is hard to account for. Why slavery for the brown man . and' freedom for the black? -f Gretna (Neb.) Breeze: It is at least ' gratifying to learn that the republicans are" beginning to realize that protec- . tion needs a "handmaiden." It has . had much wet nursing. A Greenville (Pa.) Progress: Army offi cers are of the opinion that 50,000 sol diers will be needed in the Philippines for tfive years more. We are paying ' pretty dearly for pur new possessions...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

9&e1&l"r ''v "" "H'S pW;r1;FUrt'fl"Vi'pV, ; ---if f 8 The Commoner. VjftTf, r w w.a The Home Department. Tfce Liberty Belt (By if. S.Taylor.) Gravely plain the good pen lined it And the fifty-six all signed it; Pledged their lives-to seal and bind it, . True and well; , " Then, sudden from the steeple, Clanged the tocsin of the people! Spoke the sum .of history's pages! Pealed the thoughts of saints and sages! ' Rang the keynote of the ages In the bell! Far away! but we can hear it, For our fancies bring us near it! Do we love it? Do we fear it? Dare we tell? For thoso sound-waves, still in mo tion, Flung from ocean on to ocean, Like a prophet raptly crying, Claim an answer past denying, "Is mine -ancient worship dying?" Saith the bell! Still, from out the distance stealing, ' Comes the sacred message pealing, Kindling thought and touching feeling By its spell. Through our vibrant heartstrings playing, Wo can hear it clearly saying "You have known your father's glory And the...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

rW$'ffi29?9r?r WJT -"st --ssrwfwr The Commoner. 9 A New Cure For. Rheumatism of Which any Suffering Reader can Have A 50 GENT BOX FREE! On tiic theory "that seeing is believing," .John A. Smith of Milwaukee wonts everyone to tiy his remedy for the cure of rheumnltKin at ia expense. For that reason he proposes 9 distribute 25,000 free 50c boxes among all tersons sending him their address. Mr. Smith lad suffered all the agony and torture from heumatism, tried all the remedied known and 'ct utterly failed to find relief. At times he was so helpless that he had b take morphine and after considerable doc bring he gave up in despaii. lie began study hg into the causes of rheumatism and after jnuqh experimenting, he finally hit upon a com 13111311011 of drugs which completely cured him. The result was so beneficial to his entire system that he called his new found remedy ''Gloria Tonic." Those of his friends, relatives and neighbors suffering from rheumatism were 1 est cured and Mr. Smith ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

9 H-V The Commoner. 10 "j t K A and friendless dead, of the victims of accident, violence and suicide, was not unusually largo for a great city. These figures, are impressive and startling, yet the unknown dead whoso friends or relatives do not finally search them out are a very small per centage. Last year only 223 failed of identification? The potter's ilell claimed 124 victims of varied adversity and1 many of the others went to the medical colleges of the city. An Associated press dispatch under date of Washington, January 3, say3: Some of the main features of ths protocol between the United States and Nicaragua referred to in President Zolaya's message to his congress have heon made known in recent press dis patches from Managua. But there are many other important features which have not yet been disclosed, one of these being the complete American jurisdiction and the establishment of American courts, civil and criminal, throughout a zone six miles wide and extending from ocean ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

"- "TiwrrfrMB. Kf :!mmmFr'ymvwp:rT-. The Commoner. ii l' u Mfc I . r V ' from Governor Poynter. It is a mat tor of notoriety also that money has been freely spent to create sentiment in the interest of the liberation of Bartley, while at the same time threats of impending exposure of parties said to have been implicated in Bartley's For Sale. A block in Bethany, Nebraska, near the Ghristian College, and a block at "University Place, Nebraska, near Wes leyan University. Persons desiring to move to either of these towns for the purpose of educating their children can obtain a bargain by addressing Geo. B. Waite, No. 324 So. 12th St., Lincoln, Neb. BRAND HEW STEEL R00FIS6 Bought at Ilcccivcrs' Sale. Sheets cither flat, corru gated or" v" en mpca. no tools except a liatchetor hummer is needed to lav wo rurnisa tho rooflnc. frco with each. order enough paint to J 7 c Catalogue fo. i en Cfnfral KereliandUo. Chicago HotlSC Wrecking Co., West83th andiron Sts., Chicago, ill. cafov and nails ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 January 1902

P!HIS!?flv.;rT "rirfiir,, ' RW hf 12 The Commoner. .' TO SUBSCRIBERS ' . I" ' it. P;. I-- i IF 1 ' m m, "The Commoner Condensed" Arrangomonts havo been made with tfco Abboy Proas, of Now York, for .the publication of n book of from threo hundred to throo hundred and fifty pages, which will bo, as its titlo indicates, a condensed copy of The Com moner for the first year of its existence. The volume will reproduce tho editorials which discuss questions of a permanent nature, together with selected paragraphs. A few chapters will bo devoted to Mr. Maupin's page, to tho Homo Department and to tho Weekly Press Forum. Tho last chapter will contain tho choicest poems which have appeared in tho paper during tho year. Tho editor has a two-fold object in issuing this abridgement of tho year's work. Ho desires first, to furnish in convenient form for preserva tion, the more important editorials, so that subscribers who havo not kept cotnpleto files may havo a pormanont record of tho paper from...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 January 1902

Commoner. it it WILLIAn J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. :: The . ,, I ft ' L lr 1 :: ( f vYbL-i. No. 52. Lincoln, Nebraska, January 17, 190a, $1.00 a Year Another Lesson. ' The defeat o Perry Belmont in a strong demo cratic district ought to show the eastern demo crats the folly of nominating fqr national posi tions men who are known to antagonize demo cratic principles. In 1896 Mr. Belmont was a con spicuous supporter of the Palmer-Buckner move ment which was organized in the interest of the republican ticket. In 1900 he was one of those .who gave nominal allegiance to the democratio party, not with any desire to advance democratic principles, but for the purpose of betraying the party again into the hands of the enemy. That he should ask for the honor of a seat in congress where he could misrepresent the democracy of his state shows how little respect he has for the in terests of his would-be constituents. His defeat was well merited and ought to serve as a lesson to those who as...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 January 1902

The Commoner. yr, i T'i & Vr A ' ; IS' Jv. H 1 1 & V.' i-fl 1 ;'.r u.', 2. Chicago Tribune, credited with being "an out Jspoken opponent of the Nicaraguan canal bill." The Tribune saya that ''Mr. Hanna spolco without reserve," and in explaining Mr. Hanna's position, the Tribune says: Senator Hanna is not so much an advocate of the Panama Idea as ho is an opponent of the Nicaraguan route, and that he opposes only because he thinks it is not the best one geog raphically or financially. Mr. Hanna, indeed, 1j inclined to believe that the old Darien route is the one that offers the best advantage, all things considered. About a year ago he had his attention called to the roports made upon this route at various times and talked with one of the en gineers, who found in an out of the way place some maps and drawings which he brought to the attention of President McKinley, and through him to Senator Hanna. It Is probable that the fact of the Darien route, which seems to have been ent...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 January 1902

C ' t now moral to cross an ocean seven thousand miles wide and swallow up the land of nations that do not adjoin us, merely because they are too weak to withstand us? On anotl r page he poke of this method of securing Ian ' by conquest in even harsher terms. "&Q said: "This belligerent, or, more properly speaking, piratical way of looking at neighboring territory, was very characteristic of the west, and was at the root of the doctrine of 'manifest des tiny.' " "Manifest destiny" at that time was a belligerent and piratical doctrine; can it be Chris tian and benevolent now 7 On page 266 of Mr. Roosevelt's book the author very clearly outlined the difference between the American method of expansion and the European policy of imperialism. He said: Of course no one would wish to see these or any other settled communities now added to our domain by force; we want no unwill . ing citizens to enter our union; the time, to . have taken the lands was before settlers came J , into them....

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 January 1902

&.? 1 ,, j.'t ( 4 t -. M- , iin 'A 1.'. 1 &- V I .,1 ;A' h:' & T -y as l,1 ' t ' r.. ,:? ' iia 5jrv.:- .t . 5'H if" M..' 0 " , f $'" ,-r The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. lintcred at the postofliqeat Iincoln, Nebraska, as second- class uiail matter, iilL T-' rr TERMS-PAYA&LE IN ADVANCE. Quo Year $1.00 Sfxilonths...... .'Ispc Three rtonths. Single Copy.., 25c Sample Copies Free'. SC SUBSCRIPTIONS can he sent direct to The Commoricr, They can also he sent through newspapers "which have advertised a clubbing rate, or through local agents where such agents 'have fceen appointed. All remittances should be sent by postoflfice order, express order or by tank draft on New York or Chicago. t)o not rend individual checks, stamps, or money. '.RENEWALS, The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02 means that pay ment lias teen received to and Including the last issue of Jan uary, 150?. Two wreks are required after money is received be foic the date...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 January 1902

- V - -wrfpfV ajt The Commoner. 5 ..4, "Trra?- r t RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION Subscriptions that began with the first number of THE COMMONER xnfl a,:k ui. t .. i i il . ... ral that it does a new subscription r.n.w.i. .w..i.i V." ---r, .Tl? epir? wlth tn,s . ," It requires the same work to handle a nuTbcr.7th.d0p:"r.n,W b""ptin' " -"-'- " w.th.utV.UpV "The Commoner Condensed" Arrangements have been made with the Abbey Press, of New York, for the publication of a book of from three- hundred to three hundred and fifty pages, which will bo, as its title indicates, a pondonsed copy of Tho Com moner for tho first year of its existence. The volume will reproduce the editorials which discuss questions of a pormanent nature, together with selected paragraphs. A few chapters will be devoted to Mr. Maupin'a page, to tho Home Department and to tho Weekly Press Forum. The last chapter will contain the choicest poems which have appeared in tho paper during the year. The editor has a two-fold object...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 January 1902

" m '6 '.- ' r W !. fcl V ffi.'- 'A, b ' & VA .'. !?: i. '. I". ? U't- K&'. ,. . WKi fc s, UiTV KM';- WAUt Si '. lV; " K&1a iv s.:.. -j Krv Kft- 19hHK An Approach to Treason. , v ". The financial, embarrassment of the Evorett Xooro syndicate at Cleveland, 0., is, in the Asso : ' ciated press dispatches, attri buted to the "stringency of the money market." Is it not a very near approach to treason to accuse the money market of . ""stringency'Mn these days of prosperity, when 'the volume of currency and the per capita circulation are "larger than ever before in the history of the government?" , ;", A social authority at Washington has decreed that "An invitation to 'call or- dine at the White house is equivalent to a com- ,! -Equivalent mand." So, also, an invitation to a. to call or dine at-tho home of ' f Command. one's friend is "equivalent to ji command;" and in this respect, tiiere Is no material difference between the White house command and the command of the humble...

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