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Cushings & Bailey, booksellers & stationers, no. 262 Market Street, opposite Hanover, Baltimore, MD. printed by Henry B. Ashmead, George Street above Eleventh, Philadelphia

Cushings & Bailey, booksellers & stationers, no. 262 Market Street, op...

Print shows an advertisement for Cushings & Bailey bookstore and stationery establishment where they "keep constantly on hand a very large and extensive assortment of Law, Medical, Classical, School and Miscell... more

Look before you eat F. Opper

Look before you eat F. Opper

Illustration shows a man standing at a dining room table, using various chemical apparatus, such as a "Milk Tester" with "High Water Mark", a "Sand Extractor" over a "Sugar" bowl, and a "Butter Tester", as well... more

The consumer consumed / W.A. Rogers.

The consumer consumed / W.A. Rogers.

Cartoon showing Uncle Sam as "U.S. Customs" in front of imported goods counter and man as "monopoly" standing in front of domestic goods counter holding out their hands for money from "consumer". Illus. in: Har... more

The age of drugs / Dalrymple.

The age of drugs / Dalrymple.

Illustration shows the interior of a drugstore with an elderly man, the pharmacist, dispensing a "Bracer" to a crowd of eager consumers, while a young girl secures a bottle of "Soothing Syrup." On the counter a... more

Let the foreigner rage! / Keppler.

Let the foreigner rage! / Keppler.

Illustration shows an oversized Uncle Sam inviting a horde of foreign citizens running up from the docks labeled "Foreign Trade" to shop at "The World's Department Store. The Best Goods for the Least Money." In... more

Between two of a kind / Keppler.

Between two of a kind / Keppler.

Illustration shows an angry capitalist labeled "Commercial Trust" confronting an angry laborer labeled "Labor Trust" holding a club labeled "Strike"; between them is a diminutive man labeled "Consumer", he is o... more

"Dance, yer little runt! Dance!"

"Dance, yer little runt! Dance!"

Illustration shows six cowboys, one labeled "Coal Trust" and another labeled "Miner's Union", all with handguns which they are using to force a diminutive man labeled "Small Consumer" to dance. Title from item.... more

The tariff "wait" / K.

The tariff "wait" / K.

Illustration shows on a winter's night a small figure labeled "Consumer" sings Christmas carols at the bottom of the steps to a large federal building where, standing on the steps, a large, bloated man labeled ... more

"Here's how!" / Kep.

"Here's how!" / Kep.

Illustration shows a hand labeled "Republican Party" pouring champagne from a bottle labeled "Tariff Revision" into a glass held by another hand labeled "Protected Interests"; two hands labeled "Consumer" are h... more

"The ultimate consumer" / Keppler.

"The ultimate consumer" / Keppler.

Illustration shows Liberty striding forward, carrying a flaming torch labeled "Revolution" and an American flag, wearing a phrygian cap with tricolor cockade, as she crushes underfoot a scepter and a crown labe... more

Running the gauntlet / Will Crawford.

Running the gauntlet / Will Crawford.

Illustration shows a small man labeled "Consumer" badly bruised after running between two rows of Native Americans labeled "Provision Trust, Ice Trust, Fuel Trust, Butter & Egg Trust, Clothing Trust, [and] Copp... more

The marathon mania / L.M. Glackens.

The marathon mania / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows a vignette cartoon depicting a craze for marathon running; one scene shows a consumer shackled to a "Graft Tariff" ball losing a race to a fabricated figure labeled "Cost of Living"; another ... more

The pit and the pendulum

The pit and the pendulum

Illustration shows a man labeled "Consumer" tied to a bed with cords labeled "Graft Tariff", watches as a pendulum labeled "Cost of Living" with a sharp blade afixed to the bottom swings over his body, coming c... more

Try your strength, gents! / K.

Try your strength, gents! / K.

Illustration shows a man representing big business exhorting two men labeled "Trusts" to test their strength by hitting a peg shaped like a man labeled "Consumer" with a large mallet labeled "Tariff"; Joseph G.... more

"I'll take care of you, Grandma" / L.M. Glackens.

"I'll take care of you, Grandma" / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows President William H. Taft kneeling on the arm of a rocking chair, with his arms around the shoulders of an elderly woman, labeled "Ultimate Consumer", who is knitting a large sock. Title from... more

Discharged as cured / Albert Levering.

Discharged as cured / Albert Levering.

Illustration shows a man labeled "Consumer" walking with crutches labeled "Free Oil" and "Free Hides", and heavily wrapped with bandages labeled "Free Valerianic, Free Cerium, Free Acorns, Gambier, Fossils, Fre... more

A maypolitical party / Albert Levering.

A maypolitical party / Albert Levering.

Illustration shows a tall man labeled "Consumer" serving as the May pole to a group of chubby girls labeled "Steel Trust, Lumber Trust, Sugar Trust, Wool Trust, [and] Glove Trust" who are winding ribbons labele... more

The "fixed" umpire / L.M. Glackens.

The "fixed" umpire / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows a baseball game between the "Ultimate Consumer A.C." and the "Monopoly Giants" where a "Giants" ballplayer is sliding head-first into a base and is being tagged out by an "Ultimate Consumer A... more

The national chaperone / Ehrhart.

The national chaperone / Ehrhart.

Illustration shows a group of dejected young women sitting at the beach with a mannequin dressed in the accoutrements of various industrial trusts, such as a coal scuttle for a hat labeled "Cost of Living", als... more

A May-day-dream / L.M. Glackens.

A May-day-dream / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows President William H. Taft sitting on a tree branch labeled "Cost of Living", which bends lower under his weight, above a smiling man labeled "Consumer" lying on the ground dreaming of the com... more

Who are you? / L.M. Glackens.

Who are you? / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows the Democratic donkey and the Republican elephant in a stable eating hay; they both turn to look at a goat labeled "Consumers' Party" that has just arrived to join them in the stable.

A double hold-up / Kep.

A double hold-up / Kep.

Illustration shows a man labeled "Producer" laden with farm produce stopped on one side and a man labeled "Consumer" stopped on the other, in between them is a masked man labeled "Food Speculator" who is pointi... more

After the hunt / K.

After the hunt / K.

Illustration shows Nelson W. Aldrich as the master of the hunt throwing the twisted body of a man labeled "Consumer" to a pack of hunting dogs labeled "Lumber Trust, Fuel Trust, Clothing Trust, [and] Food Trust... more

Like a Chinese play, it goes on forever / Frank A. Nankivell.

Like a Chinese play, it goes on forever / Frank A. Nankivell.

Illustration shows a Chinese play taking place on a small stage with Joseph G. Cannon and Nelson W. Aldrich offering two small doll-like figures labeled "Small Dealer" and "Consumer" to a dragon labeled "High P... more

The consumer's only chance / Frank A. Nankivell.

The consumer's only chance / Frank A. Nankivell.

Illustration shows a woman mooring an airship to the chimney on the roof of her home by the light of a full moon; on board the airship are "American Goods Bought in England" that are being smuggled into the U.S... more

Anguish / Kep. after Schenck.

Anguish / Kep. after Schenck.

Illustration shows a sheep labeled "The Law" standing over a lamb labeled "Consumer" that has collapsed in the snow and is either dead or dying; a large cluster of ravens labeled "Tariff Graft, Food Trusts, [an... more

It's a shame the way they treat that cat! / K.

It's a shame the way they treat that cat! / K.

Illustration shows a cat labeled "The Consumer" sitting on the steps to the U.S. Capitol where a sign has been posted stating "Out of Town for the Summer Republican Congress".

The coming lava / L.M. Glackens.

The coming lava / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows in the left background, "Mount Sam" erupting, spewing lava labeled "Revolt Against Cannonism, Havens' Victory in New York, Indiana Upheaval, Increased Cost of Living, Demand for Lower Tariff,... more

The toll-takers / K.

The toll-takers / K.

Illustration shows four toll-takers labeled "Retailer's Profit, Commission Broker's Profit, Rail Road's Profit, [and] Express Company's Profit" on a bridge spanning a small waterway that separates the rural "Pr... more

The hold-up / Albert Levering.

The hold-up / Albert Levering.

Illustration shows a group of highwaymen labeled "Trust, Express Company, [and] Protected Monopoly" robbing a stagecoach labeled "The Consumers' Coach"; the driver, labeled "Congress", is throwing them a pouch ... more

The good samaritan / Kep.

The good samaritan / Kep.

Illustration shows a good samaritan labeled "Wilson" offering a fallen "Consumer" a drink from a bottle labeled "Tariff Reform" and dressing a wound with "Direct Relief"; a donkey stands to the right. Two men, ... more

"The free American citizen" / J. Norman Lynd.

"The free American citizen" / J. Norman Lynd.

Illustration shows an American citizen sitting at a table, eating a meal; every item on the table and almost every item in the dining room and kitchen in the background, has a tag on it indicating at what perce... more

Aladdin and the wonderful lamp / K.

Aladdin and the wonderful lamp / K.

Illustration shows a man labeled "Consumer" rubbing a lamp labeled "Tariff Question" from which a genii has emerged labeled "Wilson". Title from item. Caption: The Genii What are my lord's commands? / Aladdin ... more

The opening of the parcels post tunnel, January 1, 1913 / Kep.

The opening of the parcels post tunnel, January 1, 1913 / Kep.

Illustration shows that a freight train has departed a railroad station labeled "Producer" in the countryside and is passing through a tunnel labeled "Parcels Post Tunnel" in a mountain labeled "Mount Middleman... more

The flies got wise / L.M. Glackens.

The flies got wise / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows a large spider labeled "Flim Flam Finance" with a disgruntled look on its face, sitting on a cobweb labeled "Wall Street", looking at a bunch of flies labeled "The Public" hovering just beyon... more

Rose Winslow of New York; daughter of Polish miner and steel worker in Pennsylvania.  She worked in textile mills from the age of eleven to nineteen, until tuberculosis forced her to cease work altogether for two years.  She has done factory inspection and trade union organization for women in the Consumers' League and Women's Trade Union League. Spent last three years, when able to work, campaigning for women suffrage.  Took part in anti-Democratic campaign of California with Lucy Burns.  Spokeswoman in working women's deputation to President Wilson, February, 1914.

Rose Winslow of New York; daughter of Polish miner and steel worker in...

Title transcribed from item. Summary: Half-length portrait of Rose Winslow (born Ruza Wenclawska, Poland], wearing dark jumper and white blouse, with dark tam. Cropped version of the photograph published in The... more

U.S. Reports: City of New York v. Consolidated Gas Co., 253 U.S. 219 (1920)

U.S. Reports: City of New York v. Consolidated Gas Co., 253 U.S. 219 (...

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 253; October Term, 1919; City of New York v. Consolidated Gas Company of New York et al.

U.S. Reports: Ex Parte Lincoln Gas Co., 256 U.S. 512 (1921)

U.S. Reports: Ex Parte Lincoln Gas Co., 256 U.S. 512 (1921)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 256; October Term, 1920; Ex Parte in the Matter of Lincoln Gas & Electric Light Company, Petitioner

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