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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 March 1902

- !- rn? ?$ March 2l, 190a The Commoner. I hp PfPSS on A.lfnrU '' VAX "''gWWl f?) & & sft Boone (la.) Democrat: He did his duty without flinching, and his ca reer is one that many public men might well imitate. Fort Worth (Tex.) Register: He was honest, and he hated the privil eged class. His theories of democratic government were unassailable. Janesboro (111.) -Gazette: He was above all and beyond all a friend of humanity, and the lowly and the op pressed of all lands have lost their foremost champion. Indianapolis Sentinel: So far as we are aware, no one ever accused him of dishonesty. He lost his life through a vehement speech for liberty and no man ever died in a better cause. Springfield (Mass.) News: His voice was the independence bell of private and public liberty, and his words will have deeper significance and strength as the years roll on. Kansas City "World: In the death of John' P. Altgeld those who believe in the( universal brotherhood of man have lost one of th...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 March 1902

SSpjsSEEr wfMwt&Brytm" "' ; ' JJ ''WWfESB'fWW: t .'"jvrw" ;r 8 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 10. ftfippiU'lijBiBip1'. I The Home Department. . A Gustatory flemory. Last Thanltsgivln'-dlnnor wo IiJt at Qranny'o house, an' sho Ilnd 1st Hko sho alius docs Most an' best pies over wuz. Canned blackburry-plo an' goose Hurry, squashln'-full o' juice; An' rozburry yes, an' plum Yes, an' churry-plo 'ura-yum!. Poach an' punlcln', too, you bet, Lawzyl I Idn taste 'cm yet! Yos, an' custard-plo, an' mince! ( ' ! : An' I ain't ot no pie since! James Whitcomb Itiloy In the Century. rir5 John A. Logan on Younjr People (Copyrighted by W. K. Henrst.) Wo aro not ambitious to bo consid ered a "croalcor" In any sonso of the word, but cannot rofraln from calling attention to the evidences dally wit nessed of the almost criminal care lessness of parents of tho present day In tho matter of constant vigilance in tho caro of their children. Girls and boys, especially of wealthy and well-to-do families, aro a...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 March 1902

"i mimppiimiwwwewppww $.; i M tV.l V" The Commoner. March 2:, 1903 :''; Vf?l Vll ltftytiMMWiMmMMMiimititmNltimilitiMmiimiiHMtiiiNt4. The Ship Subsidy Bill. I EWrMWMMMMJWW A bill to provide for ocean mall ser vice between the United States and foreign ports, and the common de fense; to promote commerce, and to encourage the deep-sea fisheries. Bo it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America in congress assem bled. TITLE I. Ocean Mail Steamships. Section 1. That section one of an act approved March 3rd, 1891, entitled "An act to provide for ocean mail ser vice between the United States and foreign ports, and to promote com merce," be, and hereby is, amended to read: "The postmaster general is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contracts, for a term not less than five nor more than fifteen years in dura tion, with American citizens for the carrying of mails on American steam ships between ports of the United States and such ports in fo...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 March 1902

"VTW.T f ' V -iw.wi "t'vr'ifmmt '" it-iWCw-r'-Tr"1't'''ltl" '"""' The Commoner Vol. 2, No 10. 10 v " $& Weekly News Summary . At Chatham, Mass., whilo engaged In the roscuo of the crow of the strund od bargo "YVndona, tho life-boat cap sized and oloven porsona were drowned. . , John Dillon, nationalist, waa hus pondod from tho houso of commons March 10 for reforrmg to Joseph Chamborlain as a liar. The suspen sion 's for ono week. Tho forolgn residonts of Japan have refused to pay tho now taxes on prop erty, claiming that it is a violation of treaties and tho question is to bo definitely settled between the powers and Japan. Roar Admiral John A. Howell, presi dent of tho naval retiring board, and next to Admiral Dewey tho ranking o'fllcor of tho navy, reached the ago of G2 years March 15 and was placed on tho retired list. A dispatch from Berlin announces that great dissatisfaction is felt in Gormany on account of tho evident partiality that is being shown to tho transportation o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 March 1902

a The' Commoner. March 21, 190a 11 A aW RIDER AGEHTS WANTED L to ride aodoxblblt sample blcrcle. 1902 MODELS, $9 to $15 I9M and I9(H Models, high rrade. $7 to $11 BOO Second-hand Whmmtm u nuurea ana inoaois. gooa BB new S to $8. Great Factory Clearing Bale. y&JPil&ONi APPROVAL and 19 DATES TUIAIi without a cent in advance. Earn a Blcyolodlfltributlng catalogs. Write alonea for tint nrtwn unci nnnnlnl rtfk. MEAD GYGLE GO fcZ Ttm fnlnrv tTift rftrrlafTA rr fmrrfrv. WAmiUn ..1t liMl JaMl p11 ttaan MW IT . Ml MMa fl uuuuw. u uays- rree i riaB. no save you ucaicr ami jODDcr pofits. EnoaKli Bald. Write for assnu annual catalog. Maucuircc Kalamazoo Carriage & HarnessMfg, . lo., &iaiiDrud,naiamazoo, mien. Pioiutrt efti Frtt Trial Flan. in nn A month lJJ.JKJ AND EXPENSES FREE SAMPLES FURNISUED industrious men or women to exhibit, tako orders, and appoint ngonta for AUTOMATIC STEAM WASHING MACHINES. Ro qulroa no HAND RDIJDING. GUARANTEED to wash tho waistbands and collar of th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 March 1902

pfri?! J rv iiiinmriiiiijBni mnww, ' "yEf"',,1 ' ""i piM'".jn ..' V r The Commoner, u Vol. 2, No. to. 12 iMnM V BEST on EARTH LINCOLN STEEL RANGE MaUo or kockx Aioun. Inln Stool nnd lined with Asbestos. Most Kconom lcnl of fuel. JJcst bnkor nnd cookor, lnrRCBt oven of any miiko. Top pol ished llko ft looklntr gins. (Ironso will not stick to It. No blncklng required. Always polished. I'nn deliver nnywhero In tho United Klntwi. Wrlto for price nnd whnttho poo plo sny about them. American Range & Hadwarc Co.,LincoIn,Neb. ifr !' IT v ikrv.-rrflt r-irM A CTIDK heat hyTet-77 YEARS. Wo DA V CASH AjmVeWANT MOHE) 8aliui:n r f Weekly CriKLtw Stark Nursery , Louisiana, Mo.; Dnnsvlllc, N. Y, Creasy's Strain of WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS. llrcd exclusively for 16 yenrs. Ilnvc no superior for nn nil purpose fowl. Kggs securely packed, 10 for $1.00, 30 for tt.OO. I.UTUUII P. CKEASY, Fnlrvlew Fnrm. Ciitnwlsa, P "Why Vny Hont or Intiircnt? Tho St. Louis lloino8tond Association (Co-oporntlvo) 309 Ityii...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. f Vol. 2. No. ii. DO WE DESERVE THE COMPLIMENT? Tomas Estrada Palraa, president-elect of the Cu ban republic, upon the announcement" that the United States would withdraw from Cuba, and permit the young republic to take its place among the nations of the earth, issued a statement in which he said: The government of the United States has shown a most beautiful example of good faith in dealing with a weak government which it undertook to rescue from its oppressors. It has demonstrated its generosity and patriot ism, and by the shedding of its own blood has helped Cuba to break the chain which united it with Spain. Some countries would have sought some pretext for selfish gain in un dertaking a work of this character, and would have taken advantage of some technicality for their own aggrandizement, but the contrary spirit has been manifested by the United States, and it has given to the ..orld an evi dence of good will seldom found...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

'iS'nf r'" tatlvo of plutocracy, will daro to suggest a singlo natural right possessed by ono human being that Is not possessed by every other human being. Who will dlsputo that the purpose of government Is to securo to tho Individual tho onjoyment of lila lnallonablo rights? If that Is not tho purpose of government, what Is Its truo purpose? Let him Vho would dostroy tho foundation of our govern ment furnish a better ono. If all should not bo protected In their lnallonablo right of life, liberty and tho pursuit of happiness, upon what ground shall discrimination bo based? On wealth? Who says so? On Intelligence? Who will afllrm It? When mon aro thrown togother and must sharo In a common lot tho Instinct of self-preservation may load one man or ono elomont to placo re strictions upon another man or another element for tho real or supposod good of tho whole, but such restrictions, when defensible at all, aro only dofonslblo upon tho theory that they are in real ity a protection of hu...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

WW '""' rfPf.yiw;njffTiit5 Commoner. April 4, lpoa A lod, nor shall any monopoly of freight room for any one article or articles to any on shipper or shippers be given "by any individual . or corporation drawing either mail or general subsidy under this act. The defeat of these three amendments shows the complete subseviency of the supporters of the subsidy and the senators who voted against these amendments ought to be made to feel the wrath of an indignant and outraged constituency. Senator Gulbertson endeavored to secure an amendment limiting the subsidy to July 1, 1907; Senator Bacon tried to set apart one-fourth of the subsidy for ships engaged in trade between the United States and South America, and also pre sented an amendment permitting the cancellation after four years of any contract made with a ship owner; Senator Patterson offered an amend ment prohibiting the employment of Chinese sea men; Senator Mallery offered an amendment with holding the subsidy from any one who h...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

f mwWFl'"'m0'"mm -iJft.KlHiimi. ,,. .n....i(' up n' '""- The Commoner. ISSUED WGBKLY. , flntcrcd nt Hie postofficc nt Jiucob), Nebraska, as cccoud clags mall matter, TERMS-PAYAULE IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 Elxiloiillis 50c Three flontlis 35c Single Copy 5C Sample Copies Pree. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be ecnt direct to The Commoner. They con alro Lc Eent through newspapers which have advertised a clubbing mte, or through lecal agents where such agents have lecn appointed. All umiltanccs fliculd be r,cnt by postoflice cider, cxprcfs order or ly lank draft on JCcw York or Chicago. to net rend individual checkp, f tamps, or money. RENEWALS, The date on your wrapper shows when ycur nil rcription will expire. Tims, Jan. oa menns that pay ment bos teen received to ond including the last issue of Jan Bury, ijo7. Two weeks arc required after money is received bc foic the date of the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OF ADDRESS.-Subscribcrs requesting n change In address must give the OIJJ as well as ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

"Twr, -HTji The Commoner. u April 4, iooa The Ohio legislature has repealed the Gar field "corrupt practice act." The Ohio legislature Is overwhelmingly republican in both branches. It -will bo noted that the Ohio republicans do not want any limitations placed upon their methods. The St. Paul Globe is confident that Attorney General Knox will do his whole duty in the prosecution of the merger case. The St. Paul Globe is owned by Mr. James J. Hill, the head and front of the merger. Puzzle: Tell what the St. Paul Globe conceives the attorney general's duty to be. If Mr. Hill Is so anxious to find a naturalized citizen to run for governor of New York why does ho not urge the name of Norman E. Mack? Mr. Mack was born in Canada and could not interfere with Mr. Hill's presidential aspirations. Mr. Mack is a successful business man and owner of one of the best democratic newspapers in the United States. Possibly, the fact that ho supported tho ticket in 1896 would, in Mr. Hill's opinion, m...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

JN4 t U lSMtti mt mmiwtiizAmrmi iMfriiiMft mm 6 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. II. m u .t i tf !' K I ; fc- -!.l f. ff 'J! 18 lV- i Whether Common or Not. I I i THE "GREATEST AMERICAN. Wo'vo had somo mighty big mon In our nation Since tho fathers fought and won the revolution; But after somo long days of cogitation , ' Wo'vo found tho big one of tho Institution. Ho Is oily, suavo and cuto, Ho's a schomor, too, to boot; Ho's possessed of pull and might and giant will. Ho can make tho blade look white, And can provo that wrong is right, And ho bears tho lovely namo of Shipping J3I11. Shipping Bill's a plum Jo Dandy, don't you know, ' , And in point of worth and true benevolence ' Washington, John Adams, Jefferson, Monroe, A rosemblanco truly boar to thirty cents. They thought only of tho good '. Of tho human brotherhood, ' ' Whllo Bill is out for business and for trade.' 'I And he thrusts liis dirty' paws, ' .. Backed by scheming robber 'aws , Into tho treasury to tho shoulder blado. i ' A...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

mwmmmwmt The Commoner. April 4; 190a 7 2 . f . at FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS .,, I - " ' ' . ' ' ' ' '.' ' - 1 j.-j - ' Wausau (Wis.) Herald: Altgeld was one of America's ablest men. Durango (Colo.) Democrat: The St. Louis platform pledged to "promote bimetallism," the Philadelphia plat form to "restrain trusts." Ananias was but a retail liar. Medicine Lodge (Kas.) Index: Pop ulists and democrats who look to, re publican politicians' and newspapers for advice and inspiration are in ter rible straits. Don't be deceived. Wichita (Kas.) Democrat: It will bo noticed .that Governor Taft's . con fessions as to slavery and polygamy in the Philippines were in response to .questions asked by the democratic members of the committee. Bellefdnte' (Pa.) Deniocrat: It looks as though congress would appropriate many million dollars to the ship builders as a subsidy. This 'is more flagrant stealing than under the guise of a protective tariff. Hanna is lead ing this raid. Roosevelt should turn it dow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

aa J&B&lpQ&IIQWffi1 n'i'j.ii'iwpi' ' ffP?SSyr"?y'i'ii 'iljyfi i The Commoner. 8 Vol. a, No. 11. Illinium mfw The Home Department. riotlicrhood. Tho night throbs on: but lot mo pray, dear Lord! Crush off lib namo a moment from my mouth. To thoo my oyos would turn, but thoy go back, Back to my arm bcsldo mo whoro ho lay So little. Lord, so little and so warm! I can not think that thou hadst need of him! Ho ia so little, Lord, ho can not sing, Ho can not praise Thoo; all his lips had learned Was to hold fast my kisses in tho night. Givo him to me ho is not happy there! Ho had not folt his life: his lovely oyos Just know mo for his mother, and ho died. Hast thoif an angel there to mother him? I say ho loves mo best if ho forget3, If thou allow it that my child forgets And runs not out to meet mo when I come "What aro my curses to theo? Thou hast heard Tho curse of Abel's mothor, and since then , Wo havo not ceased to threaten at thy throno, To threat and pray theo that thou ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

Wfn ""ffl!JjyW "sjjnr JTgpriyt ijwmmr V ""If""! V i"V 1 " The Commoner. April 4, 190a PERSONAL TO SUBSCRIBERS! JfHUQM! Mi Wl IIM nw. 'ww I' R3EI9 W w L3 m& WArt fraft age m :W THEO. NOEL CO., Department B. C. ChiratfO III 527, 529, 531 W. North Av nitdo, ill. AS A BEACON LIGHT "TTITE-ORE points the way for storm-tossod sufferers to a havenof Health nnd Comfort If you have been drifting in a soa of sicknowj and discaso, towards tho rocks and shoals of Chronic Invalidism, Fort your Holm oro it bo too Into, talco hoed of the message of Hope and Safety which it flashes to you; stop drif ting about in a helpless, undecided mannor, iirst on ono course and then another, but begin the proper treatment immediately and reach the goal you are socking by tho route so many have traveled with success. Every porson who has used Vitas-Ore is willing to act as a pilot for you, each knows the way from having fol lowed it; attend their advice, follow tho light and bo cured no they have. Can you af...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

Tf mi r f ' vly The Commoner. 10 Vol. a, No. 11. wrs&rFf'jfwW nilpWJMllll HBTWHIIIWIllll I " - Weeldy News Summary A Cure for Rheumatism Of Which any Suffering ' Reader Can Have A TRIAL BOX FREE!. Jtlioumntlsm 1ms yielded to n now and btmplo rem cdy of which n trlnl box la oirorcd froo to nil who suf ror. fc'cnrccly n grown poreou Jins escaped Its twinges nnd tlioimniulrt hnvo been so rioformed and inlsshnpon thnt they hnrdly look llko their formor solves, if you nro such n euirorcr, send your nntno nnd address to John A. fmltli, Mllwnukco, Wis., nnd by return mall you will rccolvo n trlnl book of Gloria Tonlo freo. This Is tho most wonderful remedy over discovered and hns ennbled many a porsou to abandon crutch and enno. Kov 0. Eund of Harrlsvllle, Wis., testifies that Gloria Tonlo cured two members of his congregation, ono who had Buffered 18, tho other 25 years. Hex W. Hart innn or rnrmsvlllo, Ills., writes) rivo boxes or Gloria Tonlo cured Mr. A. Kulow, a member or my congro...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

num miwwjiffPipiipiim W&WVAW u The Commoner, April 4, 1903 11 MILLET SEED Our first car of rbd obbman or sidkhian millet went off with a rush. Wonowbavo anothor car. This millkt la oarllor, stands drouth bettor, has mora blades on tho stem and makes from a third to a half more hay than tho regular Gorman millet Tho hay Is softer when cured, crooner In color, and Is preforrcd by stock to other hay or millet. Evory f armor who has tried It praises this millet very highly, yields 30 to 60 bushels seed per aero. Pclce per bushol (3-bn. grain bags oxtra at 10c each). ...$1.20 GR1SWOLDSEEDCO., P. O. Box 3, Lincoln, Neb. i-wTciiiPAi'fcd-i-iiiU.'rvnitf.iH MMIHIlPJi I MlUlF-1fIC( bEaKEhs I SMf. l&Zn BruUtlnr DUCCEYE Ui INCg WILL Oar CO octf comnartmont hatchers havo advantagos over all other Incu bators. Bantams at 15, 9.60andf 16 for 50, 100 and 200 egg Hatch Ttry good Olf.UA.TOJt CO., Burlflcficld, OMo. BE A BOSS CARPENTER gJSSUf S llneator In tho Art of Framing, a Hoof Framing Cha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 April 1902

,-g ' it V Wfl '.J The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. XI. 12 J J ? Weekly News Summary. (Continued from Pago 11.) a secret and confidential report to hla own government; and "Wlioroas, The Hold Christmas, agent and representative as aforesaid, In lily report to his government, declares and sots forth among other thing the fact that tho government of Denmark has contracted, agreed and obligated Itself to pay and tttru over to him, tho said Christmas, 10 per cent, or about $500,- 000, of tho proceeds of tho purchase money arising from tho sale of said Islands to tho United States when the same . shall have been paid by the United States fo Denmark, for the ox press purpose, as has been declared and set forth by him in Ill's said tecrcr report to his government, of tho brib ing of members of tho United States congress, Including members of the houso of representatives and ether prominent citizens of this country, and so subsidizing American legislators to the end that the pending treaty between...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 April 1902

The Commoner WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 2. No. 12. Lincoln, Nebraska, April u, 1902. Whole No. 64 MR. PATTERSON'S EMANCIPATION BILL 2 The republican administration is greatly em barrassed by the fact that the southern demo crats are demanding the emancipation of the Sulu slaves. The people south of the Mason and Dixon line remember that about forty years ago the republican party was very much opposed to sjavery; they recall that the republican party has at various and sundry times since boasted of hav ing emancipated some four millions of black3. Now that this same republican party, has raised the stars and stripes over the Sultan's domains and looks complacently upon the existence of slav ery in the Philippines the southern representatives in congress are insisting that the brown men of the Pacific shall enjoy the freedom accorded to the negroes of the Gulf states. To make the issue clear and distinct Congressman Patterson of Ten nessee has introduced the followi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 April 1902

H'KMHKJBSanE l,"5'"-,-'?lTi wW1""11" Volume' aNofi 2. lng to Uio distinguished cx-sonalor, aro "usually mon of proporty," and ho dcscrlbco them as' "strictly conscientious," "patriotic In thoir pur poses, and Elncoroly desirous of good government undor whatever party It may bo secured," while ho has nothing but words of condemnation for thoso who supported tho Chicago platform. If, as Jofforson says, thoro aro but two porma nont parties In ovory country, tho democratic party and tho aristocratic party, tho above quota tion from Mr. Hill's artlclo would justify him in aspiring to tho leadership of tho aristocratic party, for no republican has gono beyond him in sycophantic praiso of "men of proporty." Ho would put tho party in a sorvilo and suppliant position boforo tho corporations and syndicates and mako its action dopond upon a wink or a nod from them. Sinco thoy aro not attached to any party, but go whorovor their pocuniary interests lead them, all platforms must bo made to ad va...

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