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POWER. S Nicollet Av. First Av. So. Fifth St. Our Remodeled Thoroly Equipped Sanitary Meat Dept. Under Management of Witt Bros. A Cordial We earnestly request you to call and inspect our Invitation thoroly modern meat market. It is the largest inv retail market west of New York City. During the past three months we have remodeled our plant, adding greatly to our facilities for handling our ever increasing trade. Carrier System. sure to be appreciated. Order Allwtelephone and regulaorder r route orders ar Department. ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuin e CARTER' S LITTL E LIVE R PILL S most bear Fac-simile Signature of They TOUCH the Genuine Wrapper Printed on RED PAPER BLACK LETTERS Look for the Signature A GHEWS0ME GIFT Woman Receives a Severed Human Hand Thru the Mall. Kew York Sun Special Service. Seneca. S. C , Nov. 9 A human hand evered from the arm at the wrist was the grewsome object which the postmistress at Central drew from a neatly wrapped blx which was sent her a short time ago As soon as she caught sight of the present the women fainted The hand had been wrapped in a dainty covering and there was nothing about the box to indicate its contents The matter has been kept quiet as the postal authori ties are working on the case No clew as to the sender has been found. HARD ARGUMENTS Coffee Uses Them Whether One Likes or Not. The ill effects of coffee are present in many coffee drinkers but some peo- . pie pay no attention to the warning signals like dyspepsia, insomnia, nervousness, fluttering of the heart, etc, until coffee finally uses a knock down argument which means collapse on the part of the coffee drinker. "I am 30 years old and have drank coffee since I can remember until four years ago, when I broke down completely with nervous prostration and indigestion. I simply cannot de scribe the agony I suffered. "Doctor told me he could not help me if I did not leave coffee alone so I bought some Postum to give it a trial. At first I did not know how to make it and was disappointed in the taste, but after reading the directions on the package carefully, made it right, and then I thought Jt better than coffee. At that time I weighed 140 pounds and now I weigh 185 pounds, that's quite a gain, isn't if I never have indigestion now and the head aches are all gone and I am otherwise entirely well and strong. "I never had any troubles that were not due to drinking coffee, and these disappeared and health came in their place when I shut off coffee and drank Postum " Name given by Pos tum Co, Battle Creek, Mich. Look in each package for a copy of the famous little book, "The Road to Wellvine." 4- !- MONDAY EVENING, Nicollet Arcade and Fifth Street Entrances. The carrier system we have installed is something entirely new. We can now serve you more prompt ly, and at the same time give you much better ser- vice. The clerks now give their whole attention to selling goods, which enables them better to understand your wants, and to avoid errors. Checking Wrapping All goods are checked and wrapped by ex perienced women bundle clerks, who give you a clean, neat, well wrapped package, which is no About Prices. handled *^ * which is located inside our Modern Cool- ing rooms. All orders are kept in this department until time for delivery. This insures the delivery of all meats in good condition, and eliminates three or four handlings of packages. thr u the We call your particular attention to the daily advertisements of this department. They are plainly worded "we sell ex- Our Doily Advertisements. actly what we advertise" and when you come or tele- phone you get just what you want, and the quantity you want. Our regular prices are always special prices..our aim is to sell as low as possible the year around, and we tell you distinctly whether the meat is "Good Western Beef" or "Choice Export." Are you saving Green Trading Stamps? We give them with telephone C. 0. D. orders, and with cash purchases. TELEPHONESN. W. Main 1237.. ..1275T. C. 86.... 116. Deliveries to all parts of the city. Special Stamp Offer Tuesday. With cash purchases and telephone C. 0. D. orders, Tuesday, Nov. 10, in the Meat Dept. only, we will give Double Amount S. & H. Green Trading Stamps. ARTER S HER STORY IS ' , ' DISCREDITED Conductor of the North-Western Road Says Miss Coffin Entered Iowa Unattended. Special to The Journal. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 9 Conductor C. A. Hamling of the North-Western rail road on the Boone (Iowa) division has disproved Miss Clara J. Coffin's bizarre story of her abduction from East Orange, N. J., by means of hypno tism. The North-Western ticket taker says he remembers distinctly when Miss Coffin was a passenger on his train Thursday night. She had a ticket over the New York Central railroad with Omaha for its destination. Travel was light that evening, and he remem bers Miss Coffin because she was un attended, and it is a very unusual thing for girls of her age to jtravel on sleepers alone. In the story told by Miss Coffin of her abduction in East Orange, and subsequent trip westward to a small town in Iowa, where she made her es cape, it was stated that a ticket to Omaha was purchased at that station, the name of which was forgotten. Another discrepancy was learned of by a dispatch that came from Cedar Rapids to one of the local newspapers. It was that Miss Coffin's message to her cousin, Mr. Crow of this city, was handed to the operator in the North Western station at Cedar Rapids at 3 30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. This is just five minutes later than the scheduled arrival at Cedar Rapids of the train that Miss Coffin came to Omaha on Thursday night. It denotes that her statement that after sending the telegram from the train on w*hich she came from Chicago her escape from the woman with the "terrible eyes" took place farther along the line towards Omaha and that she waited at some station several hours for an other train is untrue. The Crows will not attempt to ex plain what is apparently a misstate ment by the girl. Neither will they allow her to be interviewed. departmente , Special to The Journal, Omaha, Neb , No v 9 E W Coffin of East Orange, N J , father of Miss Claia Coffin, who mysteriously disappeared from her home, will not come to Omaha until he is summoned by Postmaster Crowe, a relative, with whom the girl is stopping ' I telegraphed Mr Coffin not to co Jf on at this time, as Miss Coffin is SLIII in a critical condition and not able to make the long trip back to her home," said Mr Crowe Referring to the story told by Miss Cof fin that she was hypnotized and lured west Mr Crowe said "Miss Coffin clings tenaciously to that story. She tells it the same each time " Asked for his opinion of Miss Coffin s story, Mr Crowe replied. "I see no rea son to doubt her " BOYS' 0D1BREL EHDS FATALLY ITTLE IVER Absolutely CUYQ BILIOUSNESS. SICK HEADACHE TORPID LIVER. FURRED TONGUE. INDIGESTION CONSTIPATION DIZZINESS. SALLOW SKIN SALOON MAN SHOT Chicago Police Have a Murder Mystery to Solve Chicago, Nov 9With a bullet hole in his forehead and a shattered glass on the floor behind him, Theodore A Huf meyer has been found dead in his saloon The police believe he was killed by some person who, he thought, was a friendly customer. William Brettor, the bartender, was ar rested soon after the crime ^as discov ered but was quickly released ( Altho the cash register had been robbed, the detectives are not inclined to think robbery was the motive for the murder A glass of beer on the bar, a 25-cent piece beside it, and a glass and selzer bottle which the saloon-keeper had dropped when the shot was fired, all support the theory that he was shot by a late cus tomer. FOREIGN FLASHES ParisV toz at Guillon,caused two fatal auto mobile accidents prior to the races Lonto _ Baron Ronton is dead He * as torn lu 1838 Halifax, N S A wrecked schooner has drifted ashore on Sable inland, with nine decomposed bodies on boaid BerlinProfessor Mantenffel at Deerpat suc cessfully removed a bullet from a young girl a heart and the patient is recovering Iia Llbertad SalvadorA basis for permanent peaoe In Central America has been agreed upon by representatives of the several republics MadridMunicipal elections were held thru out Spain vesterdav The republicans won in most important towns in Catalonia Disorders oc eurrert in Barcelona and other Catalonlan towns ViennaThe members of the Vienna medical chamber, which has professional control of the city s physicians have resigned because of charges that they habitually violate the Tivisection law and experiment on poor patients St PetersburgScarlet fever and typhus", re suiting from famine are becoming epidemic In large districts of central and eastern Russia The harvest was, a complete failure over a large area and a repetition of the famine of 1891 is feared. CAPITAL CULLINGS Charles R Moselr a negro 50 yeais old from Virginia, was arrested at the capltol while seek ing the president to deliver a divine message He is the eighth crank apprehended within a month Commissioner Geneial at Immigration Frank P Sargent who on Saturday was stricken -with paralvs's on the left side is this morning re ported as testing easily with every Indication of a quick recovery. Youth of Eleven Blows the Top of Another Boy's Head Off with 1 Taunton, Mass , Nov. 9.Walter E. Bassett, 11 years old, shot and in stantly killed Peter Clark, an 11-year- old schoolmate Saturday. The tragedy was the outcome of a quarrel between the two little fellows. The shooting occurred in the yard of the Bassett house. Bassett was ar rested on the charge of homicide, ad mitted his guilt and later was re leased on bail. The boys quarreled and young Bas sett ran into the house, reappearing a moment later with a shotgun and three cartudges. Without pausing an instant he thrust two of them into the two barrels of the gun, and pointing the weapon at the Clark boy, who stood ten feet away, fired. Young Clark dropped to the ground, instantly killed. The top of his head was blown completely off, and his brains were spattered over the side of the house near which he had been standing. QUARRELED OVER GVN Boys Got Into a DisputeOne Dead, Another Wounded. Monongahela, Pa , Nov. 9.Enraged over a name applied to him, Earl Flory, 13 years old, shot and instantly killed James Murphy, aged 12 years, and severely wounded John Johnson, aged 11 Flory is in jail The three boys for some time have been companions and were out hunt ing The only gun in the party was owned by Flory, who allowed the others to share in the shooting from time to time. A dispute arose as to whose turn it was to use the gun, and Flory settled the question by taking it himself, whereupon Murphy said: "Your old gun is no good. It's like youyou dirty pup." The words scarcely were out of Mur phy's mouth when Flory fired at him pointblank. The boy dropped dead, while Johnson, the third of the trio was dangerously wounded. 8matl PHI. Small Dose. Small Price. R LONDON'S LYCEUM CLTTB New International Residential Club "Unbrdlnary Women," Literary or Artistic. New York, Nov 9 Somewhere between this city and Liverpool on a liner on the bosom of the Atlantic is Miss Jessie Trim ble, bound New Yorkward to interest lit erary and college bred women in the or ganization of a woman's literary club. Some circulars concerning the club have preceded her These are in the possession of JeannetteTj Gilder. Miss Gilder thinks that it should be a good thing on general principles, and Miss Marbury, besides indorsing it generally, finds additional reason for approval in the fact that the clubhouse in London is not going to be run on a "dinky-dinky femi nine plan, but is going to be sterling in that there will be men clerks and men waiters and men chefs and suitable ac commodations for men visitors, if any come. - The club is to be called the Lyceum club, "a social and residential club for women," with a clubhouse in London, situ ated with particular regard to convenience in getting to and from the big publishing houses and editors' offtcespand as near as possible to the British museum. Member ship is to be limited to women who have published original literary or black and white work and to women with unordinary qualities. \ Readlyn, a New Townsite in Bremer County, Iowa. Opening sale of lots will take place Nov. 10. On that date special trains will be run from Dubuque, Marshall town, Fort Dodge and Mclntire, Iowa, and intermediate stations. For partic ulars address E. B. Magill, Manager Townsite Department, Chicago Great Westei n Railway, Fort Dodge, Iowa. More than one-third increase in Journal want ads last week over the sarfe" week last year And all paid want ads It is not necessary for The Journal to jgK away advertising space. gpf '/ THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL." MINNEAPOLI S DR Y GdODS CO. Wash Goods More Silkoline and Cotton Chal lies in pretty light and col- B ored grounds, sale V V Twilled Cretonnes, 28 inches wide, in a lot of pretty bright TF1 j * patterns, sale m 2," Fleeced wrapper goods, 36 inches wide, a pretty assortment of dark and light grounds, Persian |r patterns, sale I W White Goods 36-in. Coin Spot Muslins, woven dots in assorted sizes, the quality that sells regularly at 15c 4 4% 1 a yard, our price I *2" bleached, yard. Qto2v A few dozen Washable Table Covers of 6-4 size, now decidedly un derpriced. Beautiful patterns, with long knotted fringe. Regular prices, $1.25, $1.50 and $1,75 Oft A sale at vOU BasementSeldom can you get so much of a towel for the money as this20x42 inches, full bleached ab sorbent buck were very cheap when sold at 12p T M #% this time M 2 0 Bedding Dept. Special sale Eiderdown Puffs, 6x6 feet, Hygeia Down Puffs, good figured sateen cover on both sides, guaranteed pure and A C A odorless, Special, eackliOU Lamb's Wool Baby Carriage RobesFine white lamb's wool robes with mercerized linings, and double rows white felt trimming, wind, water and moth proof. 27x36 inch, plain, A m % each iOU 27x40 inch, with open A A A breast piece VaW 27x40 inch, with open breast piece and foot A - pocket OilU Basement. Reduction Sale of Curtains $2 Scotch Net Curtains, 98e pair. $2.25 ScotchNetCurtains, $ 1.50 pr. Shotgun. $7.50 Irish Point Centers, $3.7 6 pr. $7.50 Imp. Brussels C'nt'rs, $3.7 5 pr $15.00 Brussels, $10.4 0 pair. $18.00 Brussels, $12.0 7 pair. $25.00 Brussels $14.3 8 pair. $8.50 Renaissance Centers,$5.7 2 pr $18.00 Renaissance, $12.4 8 pair. $21.00 Renaissance, $14.0 4 pair. Arabe CurtainsAll 3J yds. long, full width, corded curtains, rich effects a special 0% 5 A at, pair sfiaOO Curtain Swiss40 in. wide, beau tiful quality 20c goods, 4 Ag% yard, only 1 *HI Curtain RodsThe extension kind, for lace curtains K ^ each, only PtJ Tapestry for drapery, one lot of 50-in. Persian stripes, QQ good 50c values, at "Ivli OFFER S $5,000 FO R EA R New York Physician Wants to Buy One and Has Many * Tenders. New York, Nov. 9 A doctor on the eastern fringe of the Tenderloin who had advertised that he would pay $5,000 for an ear that will fit a love lorn western mining mana prospec tive bridegroom minus an earsaid to-day that he had received calls from about three hundred persons who were willing to sacrifice an ear for $5,000. Of the three hundred persons there were many women. "I guess we'll get the ear -we want," said the doctor. "Many of my callers to-day were from the Bowery. Many of them I turned away at the first glance. The trouble is that it is nard to get an ear with the lobe big enough. It is necessary to have a big lobe. Most of the men were down on their luck and needed a few thou sands. The women wouldn't do. Their ears were not large enough. I picked out two men who will make good subjects. I have also two other men on my list, but they want me to raise the puce to $8,000 for an ear. Now, I think that is too much. If I re member right, all accident insurance companies pay $1,500 for the loss of an ear. What I want, tho, is a good, healthy young farmer. A young farmer would be just the man. He could go back to his home and say he had been in some mix-up and lost an ear. I will select the man who is to get the $5,000 and give up the ear on next Friday mening " for AFTER SENATOR SMOOT Congress Will Be Asked to Investigate Polygamy In Utah. New York Sun Special Service. Salt Lake, Nov. 9 Evidence against the heads of the Mormon church and Senator Reed Smoot was taken east to-day by Rev. William M. Paden, who goes to Washing ton as the representative of the Minister ial association to urge congress to make a searching investigation of the status of polygamy in Utah Dr Paden has proof to show that polygamy is being openly practiced in Utah He will present evidence in support of a charge he will make as representative of the Ministerial association, that President Joseph F Smith, head of the Mormon church, and many of the quorum of twelve apostles, not to mention bishops, elders and counselors, are active polygamists / Dr Paden will charge that Apostle Smoot endorses the polygamous practices of his assistants and is a chief mover in making the Mormon, church the most pow erful political machine in the world Dr Paden's evidence, it is believed, will arouse congress to the gravity of the situa tion and induce it to order a sweeping in vestigation. Dressmaking Accessories Underpriced. a These prices have been cut to the quick. Dressmakers will be the first to appreciate this fact and take advantage of it. The reduction is not for one day, or two, or three. They're our established prices for the present. They may possibly go lower, but they'll not go back for some time. Genuine De Long Hooks and Eyes with the Hump, black and white, all sizes the gross, 40o "7g* the card of two dozen M W3 Tolson Dress Binding patent shaped kind, black or white, never sold for less than 5c a yard $tg\ 35 c dozen yard CP U Dress Shields seamless stock inet, standard quality, warranted waterproof, sizes 2, 3, 4 and 6 good values up to 15cchoice C A 0 Linens 18x54 Scarfs ) 0% W* ^ 18x27 Tray Coths. j- A Sltf* 30-in.Center Pieces ) *** Some are hemstitched, some hemmed some in double damask, some in satin finished single damask. One low price on two very desir able damasks: One is 62-in. wide and heavy, the other 70-in. wide, of fine grade, both full OAl pair - Skirt Binding Braid5 yards to the piece, black and all colors, dyed in the wool, steam shrunk, regular 10c quality80c dozen Jgh the piece - " All Silk Seam Bindingblack, white and colorsregular 10c *}*% qualitythe price at* Best i-inch all silk Seam Binding, black and colors, the piece, 12c. A Beautiful, seasonable goods like these go very fast when prices are made so low, and still there are enough left to make it worth any one's while to drop in and see what the com- motion is about. Special Sale Counter. One hundred bunches of Black Ostrich Tips, three in a bunch, regular 35c values. Remember the place of salethe round counter, main floor, rear of main stairway. 4A Each These Are Good Skirts to Buy Good, no matter what the point of view. Styles couldn't be better. They are made with great care, and you have an all- round feeling of satisfaction that increases the longer you wear them. One is a skirt of fine all-wool melton, black, blue or gray, with stitched yoke over hips and sixteen longitud- JE A A inal plaits called the Whitney Skirt big value at " - " Another comes in good black or blue Venetian, three stitched straps with buttons over hips, eight plaits E B A running lengthwise New skirts, best Cheviot, in black, blue and brown, made with thirteen gores, side plaits at each seam, tailor stitched full flare, fancy stitched at bottom waist in regu- " 7 R A lar and extra sizes. Can't be equaled at - UW One special lot of $4.50 A A C Draperies, pair only mmmOO Art Taffeta and Denims for laundry bags, cushions, box cover ings, etc., a choice line of colorings, at 25o, 15 c and 12&0 yard. Couch Covers60 inches wide, 3 yards long, made of Reversible Or iental Tapestry, % O C special at mm mmm O Window Shades3x6 feet, all standard colors, and all |Qn ready to hang, each, only.. - WW Rope PortieresThe largest line in the northwest, beautiful designs, and festoon effects, special values at $3.75 , $2.5 0 and 98 c each. Tapestry Draperies, surpassing in richness and elegance anything we have ever shown, at $15.00 , $12.0 0 and $9.0 0 a pair. A 00NKLIN HAS THE TROOPS Plenty of Regulars and Mllltla for Any Emergency in the Hills. Special to The Journal. Aberdeen, S D , Nov. 9 Adjutant Gen eral Conklin spent Sunday in Aberdeen and speaking of recent mention in the dis patches of the condition of the National Guard in the Black Hills, if called upon for service in case of Indian trouble, said* 'VThe four companies in the Black Hills are in shape to march at any moment They are well clothed, have Krag-Jorgen sen rifles, ammunition, blankets, ponchos, ter-ts, army cook stoves and everything ready to move at a moment's notice. There are about 600 regulars at Fort Meade, all veteranks in the service, and it is supposed that it is the particular prov ince of the United States authorities to look after the Indians if they get trouble some. Of course if it was found that they needed the militia in addition to the troops at Fort Meade, which are all cavalry, we aie ready to furnish them I do not, how ever, believe there will be any troops needed, either regualr or militia " MARTIAL LAw" PROCLAIMED Turks Act Against Alleged Hentchakist Aggression In Erzerum. Constantinople Nov. 9 Martial law has been proclaimed in the district of Hassan Kala, province of Erzerum, Asia Minor, and troops have been quartered in all the villages of that district in con sequence of revolutionary movements on the part of the Hentchakists, or members of the Armenian revolutionary society. Two bands of Hentchakists recently crossed the Russo-Turkish frontier with the intention to incite the inhabitants to rise against the Turkish government, but they were quickly overtaken by troops. One band was exterminated and the sec ond was driven back into Russian ter ritory The Turkish governor of the district has redistributed among the Kurds the weap ons which they recently were compelled to give up. TO FIGHT MEAT TBTTSf Independent Packers Will Locate a Plant * *at Chicago. * New York Sun Special Service. Topeka, Kan, Nov. 9 Plants will be erected at Chicago and Kansas City by the Independent Packing company, just char tered with $5,000,000 capital, under the laws of Arizona by the cattle shippers of the west and southwest. George Plum of Emporia who is promin ent in the movement, says Chicago will be selected because it has the best railway teiminals and can give the best induce ments in the way of concessions * * Life is worth living when you sleep between good" blankets. They can be had at North Star Woolen Mills Co , 228 Second street S, Minneapolis, Minn., one block from Milwaukee sta tion. ChicagoTwo thousand men were laid off at the Illinois Steel works, making 3,200 dismissed in ttvo weeks. WOVEHBEB 8, 1903 Ball-and-Socket Garment Fasten erssmall and largein black and whiteregular 8c values 50 o gross per dozen New York Mills Basting Thread500-yard spools Dressmaker's Pins, all sizes, Im pound boxes, at 18c. Corticelli Spool SilkWe now offer this well known silk at a greatly reduced price. Regular 100-yard spools, in black and all colors, at 5 c a spool, or 50 c a dozen. Dressmakers will be supplied at these prices, but not dealers, and we reserve the right to Impose a limit on quantities sold,. Above prices in effect Tuesday aad there after. ' Thus we show our firm determi nation not to be undersold by any one if we know it* A /- Drug Dept. *' Syrup White Pine Tar Com pound, the most agreeable and ef ficacious medicine for the treat ment of coughs and throat affec tions. Regular 50c bot- QQ ties at WOO Allen's Headache Wafers, said to contain no injurious 4 A ^ drugs, the box - v u 6 c 3o Ladies' Skirt or Suit Hangers , keep garments in perfect shape, at 15oand20c. OSTRICH TIPS. Wire Coat Hang ers, each 3o. Laundry Bluing, bottles WZm that should be 15c, at O O Handles for Potts' Flat- |5-* irons, 10c kind O O A ISC Cotton Counter Full half-pound Bat, free M \ from flock, each "#2 Full pound Bat, clean stock, opens evenly as sheeting, A 1 - ^ each 020 MMMMMW Library Furniture Specially good opportunities. Come this week for the purchase of nice furniture for the library. Every marked price on goods of this class subject to discount. Sale, includes Library Tables, Combina- tion Book Cases, Libary Cases and Ladies' , Desks. All woodsoak, golden oak, weathered oak, Antwerp oak and mahogany. These are all favorites with givers of Christmas gifts. You must buy one now while the assortment is at its best will deliver it whenever you say. Come early and avoid the rush. . CREEK ALLOTMENTS Dawes Commission Reports on Lands In Indian Territory. Tahlequah, I T , Nov. 9 The reports of the Dawe3 commission and the attorneys of the Cherokee nation show that there are about 4,420,070 13 acres of land subject to allotment in the Cherokee Nation. From this must be deducted reservations foi each county school, for cemeteries and small reservations for mission schools and new towns along railroads This allotable land is valued at $13,133,- Kidney Backache ALSO PURIFIES THE BLOOD. Don't become discouraged. There Is a euro for you. If necessary-write Dr. Fenne* "He has spent a lifetime curing just such cases as yours. AH consultations are FBBB. No Longer Fears Bright's * \ ' Disease or Rheumatism. Sold by Druggists, 50c. and $1. Get Cook Book and Treatise on the KidneysFEEE^ M. M. Fenner, M. D., Predonia, N. Y. - For Sale by VOEGELI BROS. DRUG GO. 000. There is now being allotted to each citizen $325 60 worth of this land. Tha rolls show that there will be 40,000 Chero kees on the final rolls. The per capital share of each, not deducting the reserva-3 tions above mentioned, would be $828 32J leaving a surplus of $2.72 in land due ta each citizen. DR. FENNEFTS Corner Hennepin and Washington Ave. j^raSK*-*.A.T&t<Sl Ji A Hardware Ash Sifters, 15c kind 1 0 c Metallic Ash Sifters, with 4-foot handle, can be attached to A A a barrel, 39c value mm v U Long handled Basting or Mixing Spoons. A m Ribbon Special These on Stairway Table. All silk Novelty Ribbons, Si to 6 inches wide, in stripes, checks, plaids, Dresdens, ombre also a good assortment of black-and-white ef fects suitable for fancy work, neckwear and hair bows. These ribbons are always sold at 25c to 39c a yard. Twelve hundred yards to go in this sale, 1 7 A MURDER SUSPECTS ARRESTED. Waynesburg, Pa , Nov. 9 Four persons ara under arrest at Rice's Landing, charged with tha murder of Alexander Jones, a miner, whose body was found In a field last Monday morning, tha back of his head having been crashed The ac cused are Mrs Jones, wife of the murdered man* Thomas and Elwood Loving and Daniel Jeffar* son A AH Diseases of fht kidneys, bladaer, and urinary organs. Cure,,efemaldisease,backachet,heardropsy.,oAlsrheumatismgraveltroubles t Muncie, Ind., March 15,1903. \ "After having taken other so- \ called cures without any relief I commenced taking Dr. Fennel's Kidneyand Backache Cure. I took 4 bottles and I am glad to pro claim lam a well man. "No more aches or pains, no fear of Blight's Disease or Eheumatism, both of which have troubled me for years, and I can give all the praise to Dr. Fenner. 24\r#r**^z Jas. P. Smith."