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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 June 1902

The Commoner. June i3, 190a 11 SftaDafSn re I AwriUalMrv7 tnrnlih fe weik mj m)i frt. vm werk la flfct locality where 70a llrt. fend jtmt .ddmi and wo wia xsUIa Mb feulaH fully, rttr wa furatta a elatr preat at t fat ararr U wrirafciaintaly rata. Writ fttMM. MIAXi AKOrACTDEUrtl cm. 70l, 9rt4t,BMh. A fountain pen is a luxury m well as a accwwUr. Smooth writing, no aippiag for Ink, bo more blots. Gold pen guaranteed by manufacturers $1.00 by mall peetpald. Wrlto today BUSSKLL TEN CO., W06 nils AveeHO, Chicago, lit For Democrats. HOW TO TREAT TIPS TRUSTS AND HOW TO WIN IN 1004, With list of 300 Trusts. By J. Haggerty. The late AMOS J. CUMMINGS, M. C. , writing ,x to the author said : "IT WlXIi WIN." ' Price, 25 Cents, postpaid. The Abbey Press, H4 Fifth Ave., N. Y.Citr. Special Offer to Commoner Readers We have made arrangements with the puhlishors of the American Farmer of Indianapolis, one of the handsomest papers of its class and a leading agri cultural journal, to send a year's sub...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 June 1902

r The Commoner. 12 Vol. 3, No. as, piles, or a military camp or post 8. No attempts to rocrult to the British army have boon made at Ghalmotto station nor (loos tho ovidonco disclose any such attempts at othor points in tho United States. A few mulotoers "wore recruited, but this was against tho ordors o tho British government. A. All shipments havo boon from the port of Now Orloans to South African ports, upon vossols chartored by the British admiralty, under ordinary com mercial charters. 5. Tho transactions of tho comrsslon aggrogato $17,939, 350 from October, 1899, to March, 1902, with an avorago monthly value of $597,978. Tho total shipments are glv on at 98,C87 horses and 78,108 mules, G5 different vossols bolng engaged in tho trado, malting 1G0 voyages. G. All supplies havo boon for tho uso of tho English army in South Africa, the trade having no oxlstonco prior to tho war. Colonol Crowdor adds that the port of Now Orloans was extensively used in 189G-7 to supply tho Spanish ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

The Commoner. ,v. -t WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 2. NO. 22. Lincoln, Nebraska, June 20, 1902. Whole No. 74. -sis- m . THE PEARL OF " THE ANTILLES Article Written by Mr. Bryan for Collier's Weekly and Reproduced by Courtesy of that Journal. (Copjrfeht 1903 by V. Y. Colli Bm.) Cuba, the largest, richest and most populous of the West Indian islands, lies about ninety miles south of Key West, the southernmost point of Florida. It Is separated from the mainland by that mightiest river of the earth, the Gulf Stream, whose resistless current sweeps to the northeast through a channel half a mile deep and carries the warmth of the southern seas far into the Temperate Zone. "The Pearl of the Antilles," as Cuba Is called, is about nine hundred miles from the east to the west, and so narrow (about one hundred and twenty miles at its greatest width) that it looks on the map like a small arc of a great circle. Its coast line is broken by innumerable bays and harbors, many of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

' ' ' Jl ""1 'iiJ'-W!J!ll3PWl 'w$rJT T ryl. a, JNo, aa. . wore loyal to the government largely escaped. It Is estimated tb,at the lands of the Island are mortgaged to more than sixty-five per cont of tholr presont market value, the mortgages gener ally being glvon for money with which to stock and improvo tho farms. During tho strugglo for liberty tho improvements were destroyed, hut tho mortgages escaped unharmed. Tho Cuban pcoplo aro as a rule docile, do mestic, well-meaning and temporato. There Is al most an entire absonco of drunkenness. Amori-, cans admit that about tho only ovidonces .of in toxication they havo seen on tho island havo boon oxhibited by tho Amorlcans. Tho education of tho children was much neg lected during tho numerous insurrections,. but In no respect has tho island shown mora marked im-. provomont than tho attention given to tho in struction of the children. During tho period of American Intorvontion tho numbor of children in attendance at schools has Increa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

3 June 2ot 190a tor, especially built for ship disinfection and for handling of largo numbers of soldiers and passengers, arrived at Havana during the latter part of June, 1900; it is the only disinfecting steamer in the world and is provided with the most modern apparatus, including shower baths and robing and disrobing rooms sufficient to han dle 1,000 persons, daily. The experience of the army in Montauk Point in 1898 suggested many improvements in the matter of disinfection, and these suggestions have been utilized in the con struction of this vessel. Curing the month of June, 1901, this steamer disinfected 40 cargoes, passenger vessels, and 39 fishing smacks, making a total of 79 vessels. During the first fiscal year 403 vessels were disinfected, together with 4,360 pieces of baggage. PRISON AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS IN HAVANA. The public buildings of Havana are substan tially constructed and will last for many, years. .The Spaniards had an eye to the future and built for posterity,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

Vol. a, No! 23. 4 The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at Hie potofficeal Lincoln, Nebraska, as second daM mail Blatter. TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 I I Three rientlia..., ago GlxHontlis 5oc I Single Copy c Sample Copies Tree. Foreign Postage 53c Extra. . SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances should be scut by post flice money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks, stamps, or wouey. RBNEWALS.The date on your wrapper shows when your mibpcrlptlon will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, means that payment has been received to and Including the last Issue of January, 190a Two weeks arc required after money Is received before the date en the wrapper can be changed. ' CIIANOB OP ADDRESS. Subscrlbera requesting a change f address must give the OrD as well as the NE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

e The Commoner, Juno 20, 190a Nearlng tbe Treasaa Line, The Chicago Record-Herald says: "Kill all rivals, rob the public, is the rule of all these trusts, and they aro making a mock of the cry of prosperity. A prosperity which is itself In a large part a monopoly of monop olies is hardly calculated to arouse popular enthusiasm." The Record-Herald will do well to have a care lest it ho arraigned on the charge of treason. The New York Tribune, commenting upon Senator Bacon's speech, says: "When Mr. Bacon says that it is impossible that A the Filipinos should ever occupy Candid any other relation to the United statement. States than that of colonists or subjects, ho tells the exact truth." Republican papers aro becoming wonder fully frank. May it not be possible that they havo. misjudged the temper of the American people? The Chicago Journal thinks that the Russian French alliance "indicates that the welfare of men does not depend on the form of shattering government under which he Ame...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

6 The Commoner. rVol. a, No. 2a. WHETHER COnnON OR NOT. Content Littlo bit o' flour in th' bottom o' th' bin, Flitch o' bacon hangin' t' th' rafter; Pair o rosy babies niakin' lota o' din, Four walls ringln' with their laugh ter. Plonty work t' do f'r V keep th' wolf away, A littlo stock o' catin' in th' larder. Kcop a-foolin' cheerful an' workin' day by day Whon troublo comes Jus' work a lit tlo harder. Littlo bit o' cottago a-standin' neat an' trim, Mornin' glorios 'cross th' window growin'; Eager facos watchin' as th' day is growin' dim An' olantin' sun is longer shadows throwln'. Watchin' an' a-waitin t' greot mo whon I como, . Ilosy lips their proclous kissos givin'. Such a grootin' waitin' f'r a fellow at his homo Surely makes his llfo woll worth th' livln'. Precious words o' promise f'r readin' ev'ry night Point t' rest across th' river Jor dan; Soarch its blessed pages an' learn jus' what is right, An' try almighty hard t' livo ac cordin'. Love's standin' waitin' at th' litt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

. I June 20, 190a The Commoner. THE WEEKLY PRESS FORUM HARMONY-BY ALL MEANS Waxahachio (Tex.) Enterprise: We are unreconstructed free silver, anti imperialist democrats, fodder or no fodder. Covington (Tenn.) Record: The platform was not what some of tbe republicans, who claim to be demo crats, wanted, but -the democrats are well pleased with the platform. Hamilton (Mt.) News: The trusts certainly are perfectly satisfied with present conditions and republican bosses naturally conclude that every body else ought tp be. Plattsburg (Mo.) Leader: When the Imperialists taunt us with lack of re spect for our noble army we need only refer to the insults that Roosevelt keeps flinging at General. Miles, the head of the army. Cumberland (Md.) Alleganian: The only difference between Martinique and the United States is that the French island was overwhelmed by a volcano, while we are being swallowed up by the trusts. Geddes (S. D.) Record: All man ner of subterfuges will be resorted to. to just...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

V- 8 The Commoner. Vol. 3, No. 23. J"? THE HOME DEPARTMENT. Eternity. Boundless Etornlty! tho winged sands That mark tho sllont lapso of Hitting timo Aro not for thoo; tliino awful omplro stands From ago to ago, unchangoablo, su j ' blirao: I Thy domes aro sproad whoro thought can novor climb, In clouds and darkness, -whoro vast pillars rost. I may not fathom thoo: 'twould scorn a crlmo Thy holng of its mystory to divest, Or boldly lift thino awful veil with hands unblost. Thy wavo hath swept it from us, and thy dark Mantlo of years, in dim obscurity Hath shrouded it around: Time what is Timo to thoo! John Greenleaf Whittier. Tly ruins aro tho wrocks of systems; suns h Blao a brief spaco of ages, and aro not; (Worlds, crumble and decay, creation runs To waste thon porlshos and is for ( sot; ,Yot thou, all changeless, heedest not tho blot. Heaven speaks onco more in thunder; empty spaco ' rromblosaud wakes; new worlds in other flit, Teeming with now creative , life, and . , trace The...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

The Commoner. ."June 2o, 190a 9 White Man' Avarice Toward tho Indian. 'Ig the whito man's greed going to wipe the Indian out altogether? "Everything seems to indicate that tho prospects favor the whito man rather 'than the Indian, but our rec ord in subjugating the red man is Biich that we have nothing to be proud of. ' Our relations with, tho Indians have been governed chiefly by treat ies and trade, or war and subjugation. m By tho Urst we have invariably over-reached tho Indian, and we find a record of broken promises all tho way from the Atlantic to the Pacific, while many of the fortunes of New York. Chicago, St. Louis and San Francisco can be traced directly to Indian trader ship. By war the natives have been steadily driven toward the setting sun, a subjugated, doomed race. In council the Indians have pro duced men of character and ability, while in war they have displayed cour age and sagacity of a high order. Edu cation, science and the resources of the world have enabled u...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

10 Vol. a, No. aa. The Commoner. " r THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. At Croston, la., W. P. Hepburn wag renominated for congress by tho re publican of tho Eighth congressional district on Juno 10. Sldl All, tho boy of Tunis, died on Juno 11 nt Tunis, Africa. Tho reign ing family of Tunis has occupied th3 throno slnco 1C91. A disastrous lire broko out in a eanitarium in Chicago on Juno 9, and ton persons wore killed and about thirty wero injured. A dispatch, from Now York under dato of Juno 12 reports that King Victor Emanuol of Italy has bought 160,000 acres of tho best coal land in .West Virginia for $8,000,000. For tho first tirao In its history, tho city of Pawtuckot, It. I., was ruled by tho stato militia on Juno 12. A street car strike has been In progress slnco Juno 2. In tho disturbance ono boy was fatally injured. A-. important decision was mado by tho Kansas supromo court on Juno 7, when tho validity of tho Farrolly anti trust law was uphold. The decision was mado in the caso of E. J...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

June 2ot 190a The Commoner. II Fop Democrats. HOW TO TREAT THK TRUSTS AND HOW TO WIN IN 1904. With list of 300 Trusts. By J. Haggerty. The late AMOS J. CUMMINGS, M. C, writinj to the author said : "IT WILL- WIN." Price, 25 Cents, postpaid. fHE Abbey Press, 114 Fifth Avc,N. Y.Citr. FREE FARMS. TO ENCOURAGE SETTLERS we give away free 63-acre tracts in Montgom ery county, Georgia, and 78-acre tracts in Fen. tress county, Tenn. All we charge is $5 for making out deed. Good title. Healthy cli mate. Soil the best for fruit and grain. Send for circulars. No restrictions. U. 8. XjAXD SYNDICATE, 15 Washington Streot, Chicago, 111. TO AUTHORS SEEKING A PUBLISHER. Manuscripts in all brunches ot Literature, sultablo for publication In book form arc required by an estab lished bouso. Liberal terms. No chargo for examin ation. Prompt attention and bonorablo treatment. "BOOKS," 141 Herald 33d St., New York. LEARN PROOF READING. If you possess a fair ed ucatlon why not utlllzo it at a genteel and u...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 June 1902

o 12 The Commoner. .Vol. a, No. as. -v f a memorial signed by Charloa Francla Adams, Androw Carnogie, Charlos Suhurz, Edwin Burrltt Smith and Hor bort Wolsh, aBlcing that a congres sional commlttoo of investigation ho appointed to go to tho Philippines to inquire into and roport upon condi tions oxlstlng thoro. Tho memorial is dated at Boston, and statos that tho signors aro a committee appointed at a rocontly hold meeting of person?, irrespective of party, interested in tlio policy pursuod by tho United Statos toward tho Philippines. A dispatch from Washington under date of Juno 12 says: "Representative Foss of Illinois, chairman of tho com mlttoo on naval affairs, has introduced in tho houso a bill to authorise tlio prosidont to nominato Captain Charles Edgar Clark to bo a rear admiral of the senior grado on tho activo list Senator Forakor has introduced a moasuro providing that tho resident commissioner from Porto Rico shall have a seat in tho houso of represen tatives, but witho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 June 1902

The Commoner. v WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 2. No. 23. Lincoln, Nebraska, June 27, 1902. Whole No. 75, BUND'S M0NI1MEMT On June 17, the third anniversary of his burial, a handsome monument, reared to the memory of Hon. Richard P. Bland, was unveiled at Lebanon, Mo.-, his old home. Notwithstanding the threatening weatheY a large crowd assembled, hundreds coming on ex cursion trains from points twenty-fivo to one hun dred miles away. Mrs. Bland and family, Judge Bland, tho brother of tho deceased, and other relatives and intimate friends occupied seats on the platform. The statue is life size and is made of white bronze. It represents the distinguished demo cratic leader in a characteristic attitude with arm uplifted as if to give emphasis to his words. Col. Moses C. "Wetmore, chairman of tho monument committee, in an admirable address, presented the statue to the city of Lebanon and Mayor Wright responded in appropriate words. Hon. J. W. Farris, chairman of the occ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 June 1902

tain of domocracy sending forth pure and refresh ing streams, bocamo a stagnant pool from whose waters foul vapors arose poisonous to thoso who lln gored near. Having dobauchod his party ho "was offended by Its effort to reform and gavo comfort to tho oncmy. Vlrglnlus killed his daughter to -save hor chastity; Cleveland stabbed his party to pre vont Its return to tho paths of virtue And now, still gloating over his political crimes, ho Invites tho party to return to him and apologize for tho contempt which it has expressed for him! Will It? Not until tho principles of Jer forson are forgotten and tho works of Jackson ceaso to Inspire If wo aro to havo reorganization, Clovoland himself should nccopt tho presidential nomination. It would bo duo him; his reinstatement would bo pootlc justlco to him and rotributlon to those whoso democratic conscience rovolted against his undemocratic conduct. Of courso ho would get no democratic votes, but bolng closer to plutocracy than any republican...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 June 1902

June 27, 190a before the congressional campaign, but their plan is to pass bot!i it and the ship subsidy bill at the second session, after the election is over. If re publicans were as well informed as they ought to bo they would seize the opportunity offered by this fall's congressional election to administer such a rebuke to the leaders of the party as to save th-) party from the disgrace that such legislation would entail. JJJ A Popular Plan. Two facts aro generally recognized. One Is that the people of the United States, regardless of political prejudice, are in favor of the proposition that United States senators be elected by popular vote. The other is that the members of the United States senate are opposed to this popular proposi tion. Democratic conventions should get in lino with this wholesome public sentiment. Democratic conventions should lay down as a rule that candi dates for the United States senate, who ask for the votes of democratic members of the legislature, sha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 June 1902

The Commoner; Vol. a, No. 23. l I r v. I The Commoner. ISSUED' WEEKLY. Entered nt the pot office at Lincala, Nebraska, as kqohoV clnM mail matter TERMS-PAY A BLB IN ADVANCE; Cut Year $1,00 I I Three flentka.. 35c Clxilonths 50c j J Single Copy , s Sample Copied Free. FerelgH Postage sac Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS enn be scut direct to The Commoner. Theycnu nlsobe sent through newspapers whJcljihnvc adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post office money order, express order, or by bank draft ou. New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks, stamps, oc money. RENEWALS, The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 03, means- that payment lias been received to and Including; the last issue of January, 1902 Two weeks arc required after money is received before th'fcdatis. ou the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OP ADDRESS.-Subscribcrs requesting a change of address mus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 June 1902

The Commoner. Juc27i J?2 5 The Chicago Journal serves notice that "the president and those who support him have no in tention to yield to the weak sen Nolle time 11 tali 8m of such men as te Senator Hoar." And yet Sena- Senator Hoar, tor Hoar insists that those who object to imperialism have no reason to lose faith in the republican party and Jie says -the irrevocable step is not yet taken." The Kansas City Journal says: "In the demo cratic "press President Roosevelt has been repre sented as one who is for keep But He ing the Philippine islands under Said every possible circumstance or Stay Put' condition, yet President Roose velt has never declared for sucn a policy." What does the Journal have to say with respect to Mr. Roosevelt's declaration that the flag will "stay put" in the Philippine islands? Congress has passed Senator Cullom's bill providing for the creation of a commission to de cide on the designs and location Why for a monument to the memory These of Abraham Lincoln. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 June 1902

6 The Commoner. Vol. a; N. 23 WHETHER COfinON OR NOT. The Amended Canal Bill. 5 Dimple Chin and doldcn Hair. Dimplo Chin and Golden Hair, Always climbing o'er my -chair; Novor will thoir antics ccaso Whon I want to writo in poaco. But, you soo, I'd rather bo Bothered by thoir elfln play Than without them or a day. Dimplo Chin can only smile Boon .hero but a little while But her chubby littlo flat In my hair will cling and twist Till I drop My work and stop Everything on hand while sho Takes a rido upon my knee. s Qoldon Locks can talk a streak, By tho hour, day or week; And no matter how intent On my work my mind is bont, Sho will say: "Now, stop and play!" And my work is laid asldo Till she's rully satisfied. Dimple Chin and Golden Hair Sweetest olflns anywhere Sunshino beaming in each face, Laughter filling ev'ry place. What care I If work piles high? With my babes I'd rather play Than bo rich and lono today. not satisfied with it. You are indolent, your books are not up to date a...

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