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The -Commoner. 1 YOLUkH 4NUMBEIt 21. 16 . !)?. W'Vk. fc il- Burrcll Heard Bryan. Washington, la., Press: But "the magniflcont distance" has this draw backonly a raro volco, "a miraculous organ' could fill tho convention hall. Bryan alono was heard, with distinct ness, and so with ploasurc. By tho way, I fell In lovo with that man this tlmo. Ho was the only man of courage in tho hallI mean among the leaders. Ho fought a losing battle from the ilrst but ho fought it with troraendous ability and forco and eloquence. Those of my readers who heard his "lecture" at our Chautauqua can havo no idea of his energy and eloquence. Ho was tamo thero, but hero he was a lion at bay, and fought like an angel, like a god. I havo heard many or the great speakers, but never one that ploased mo like Bryan In the throe splendid lights ho made in this convention. 1 was proud of him as an American. He stood up in tho face of sure defeat un dor Dave Hill's juggernaut machine, and with logic, facts, plain words and flaming thoughts fought like a doomed gladiator in a Roman arena, it re quired lmmonso bravery to do It, and ho held all save that pitiless machine in tho hollow of his hand. The rest of 'om, in comparison, were, pismires. But it was in vain. Tho "machine" paid no attention, skipped never a cog, but wont clanking on, like the Inexor able thing It was. Some Recent Heart.Freaks Rullff Smith of Brooklyn was found to have his heart on trie n&nt side. An Infant of Mr. and Mrs. M. Zolo- CLUB LIST. AtiToneoUhofolUwInKwlll bepcnt withTIIE COMMONKIt, both one yenr, fcr the club price. Periodicals rony bo tent to diflcrcnt addresses Jl desired Your iriendr mny wIbIi to Join with you In scndlnp for n comblnnllon. Allsnbscrlp tlona nre for one yenr, rnd llnew,bepln wilhtho current number unleeflotheruiocdiroeted. Pres ent subscribers need not wait until their bud tcrlptlons expire. 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John Morris of No. 215 Park avenue,, Hoboken, lived six years with his heart exposed through a hole in his sldo. William Wittraan of New York had a heart that grew do large mat it fi nally failed to perform Its functions. William King of New Bedford,Mass., was found to have two hearts, two' sets of ribs and a double breast bone. One heart was on the left side, the other on the right side. Martin Welge of Brooklyn was hit by a trolley car and had his heart displaced. It was suspended by a small strip of tissue and vibrated like a pen dulum. W.JR. McMurry of Colorado Springs, Colo., experienced a cnange or heart, it moving from the left side over to the right side. A tailor of Hartford, Conn., had a marble heart when he died, a crust of calcium salts having formed about the, heart and become as hard as stone New York World." v " The Prairie Farmer. A Leader Among Agricultural Papers Published Weekly at Chicago, Ills. Subscription Price, $1.00. 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In the country dis tricts their increase was about two thirds as rapid as that of tho whites and in the cities five-sixths. LIFE AND SPEECHES OF William J. Bryan. Illustrated, Octavo, Cloth Bound, Published in 1900 Nothing later in print. A limited number of copies, virile they last at $1.25. Postage Prepaid. Address G. H. WALTERS, Vin Stwt. Lincoln, Nk 2245 tf I 9 -J' kshi 'J.