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?RED PRI SS ?>\ ? Ml PI III ? G? Ml ^->\(.l ?r Maaaftaaalaali a 1 tbe conirr??t?s ? ! ? which he was ? rasa, it is ? thon* >lored and inju? rious treatment wl ? ? >n are utter: nt. ord? ? ? f na? tions? ? oral Many questiona It with. If the *> of Infor ?? 1?. " ? ' ' I ? dis ' ' I : ' I ' : at least colored wage ? ?is as t ? word to mur ' ' fine t it is ' ricana dent's mind ?sape w.? ? dent ever issued. The fine passages ilored | aring and all U .ful. :o: Edit [Chicago. 111. leader. 1 . ? to the Rood." a plain, straight, mat: I talk wordy orna . on all matters and ques? tions ; and othorariaa having to do with tho present ami futuro f all the peoples that make up f '?us millions of A ? ?on. re was neither straining G nor play? ing at t?. :t was ? ? laat of a ?. :o: Doesn't I.ik.? the Meaaage. [Atlanta, Ga. Independent.] Mr ? it's mossage to the 6 9th ly commercial and con i ve. The dent disru8K?."B In every way a moral but indefinite vein every que* tlon affecting clonai life cx ?lon to r.uman family; the question of bun.an rlphts. He is mach muro totora?tad in those who laid down their lives to ?bstroy the Union than he is in those who have ? country needed ? ? ? ? He has a word for corporate greed Jamestown Exposition, immigration, ?aiers. but not one word far tho j whom he professed to ! well. The question in the message which af* ro, is the presi? dent's plea to increase southern Im? migrants. His plan ia to limit the number of motly allena, in Northern :tr, but turn an endless hoard of aliens and un-Americans on the South each year. Thia policy win raaalt p putting the N?gro who aaverl bis life at ElCaney out of work. It will result in depriving the people who elected him governor of New York of bread The Negro wants no special dispensation of fa? vors from the federal head, but he feels that he is an American citizen, and wnen the president la laying hie IrCHRISTMASl! I GREETINGS! | * To the Readers of the Planet: * ? WE WISH TO ADVISE THAT OUR BIG CHRISTM UJB OK FIXE 4. ? PIANOS AND ORGANS! ? Is 1 PRIC D every instrument made * re ? thin the re.i<:ii of every customer. It is hardly neec the enjoyment ?iring the Holidays than a beantifi * 4* ted PIANO. We have THEM HERE ? 4? and 4? 4? will d? 4* 4? ine our st hichisl 4? ? ^ Largest and Best^ 1 ? ? ? ? - 4? .a. we ha\ -.bitcd duri: annual sales. ? ?|. ^T% ? RIGHT PIANO ? ^o.oo u] Te a?. jL afa %1A Sqnar? > o ?, * age ranging in ,?* pr ek. + H^HONOGR??? DEPARTMENT:?I! * 4? 110 up on afi a. ?** per week. have in stock the latest and up-to-date ?f. ala Kf afa ? ??MALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DEPARTMENT:?This it* ?af? JJJ id 4* 4* ??* ai?. aents. ?f. 4? ? CALL; IT \\ |UIRE MICH OF YOUR TIME + 4? ANDYOUW1L] WELL REPAID FOR YOUR Til 4? 4? sic ?:??< >RIUM. 4? j THE CABLE COMPANY, j + I. G. CORLEY, MANAGER. + 4* 4? Economy Shoes, &c. 3I? East Broc? 75c $1.03 50c SI.00 $1.50 1549 East Main ?a 59c 42c ECc $1.03 17c 25c 43c At- I It I.I aa?. A aale J 81tl> l???rn . d. . mm ~ ?? "square deal stick" to every other in terest in tho nation, and specifying interest in the nation, and specify? ing and singling out the things that ?fftet every other class of citizens, that ho ought to have the moral courage to say one word about the black man's interest. Omlnoi; nt. [Omaha, Neb. Enterprise.] ? every pressing question save one the President speaks wisely and fearlessly. The one exception Is that of dl8franchlt-em?'nt in the Southern States. Upon this most iant question from every point of view we regret to say that this message Is ominously allant. It may be that the Chief Executive not think that the time is ripe al with this question. We aro willing to wait and trust him but until this issue is fairly mot by the lent and Congress of thr i there will be discontent upon the part of millions of loyal and devo rtcaoaa be?,ause the ? involved are not racial or nal but national. We r the silence of the message on this important issue. HONOR ? ??? stiafTB MIIOOL., 7 l? GRADE?Gussie Forr? Ethel Jackson. Florence Storrs, Myr? tle Monroe. Annit Thomas, Rosa Tinsley. 7A GRADE?Junius Smith. Gas? ile Kelson, Mabel West, Hruce Foun tain. Lillie Weaver. Lily Wright. Ev allne Lewis, Virginia Tomlln. Rer-j fha Lee, Hermlone Jackson, Marian' Ellington. Bernetta Young. 6B GRADE?Spottswood Robin eon (2), Katlo Gllpln (2), A stokee (2), Bennie Basa (2), Car? lotta Kci - -amagarla Farrar (2), Sarah Sydney (2? ?iowe. Ma? ria Barka (2). Mercer Burrell, An? ale Carter. GRADE?Irma Holmes, Jack Wyche, Hortense Groy, Prezelia Madison. 4? GRADE?Fannlo Henderson. Percy Vaughan, Samuel Woo'.folk. 4A ?IRAI??Robert Johnson. Kd . attisai Brunch, lianna?i ne Nelson, Suelo Robinson, Cornelius Price, Joseph Brown, Ca? mille Mayo, Ethel Howe. 3B (.KADE?Daniel Davis, Ro? bert Lewis, Jesse Thompson, Hugh Fontain. Leonard Cephas. Ira Wil? liams, Julia Boiling. Ardella John? son. James Roane, Charlie Hoss. 3A GRADE?Gertrude Chambers, ? Smith, Martha Chiles, Bthal :.son, Vivian I^emus, Rosa Ro ? n, Anne Hasklns. Jessie Cole man. Charles Brown, Edward Lee, al Ilamiiton, Lizzie Gai noe. IB GRADE?Lucile Payne, Helena Tomlln, 1 John Slmms, Horaco Scott, Marlon Parham, Leroy Wynne, Walter Ro? binson, Willie Johnson. Ellsworth Storr*. Etta Payne, Bernard Mitch? ell. Will;? II, Thomas V Lizzie King, Ruth Thompson, Ruth Htilman. 2 A GRADE?Lottine Adams, Ruth tt, Zor.obla Gllpln. Ottle Gra? ham. Beatrice Harris, Daisy Hill, Sa ? hnson, Henrietta Mason, Ella Morrl-, Marie Trent, India Wood son, Clinton Brown, Jamea Ctillea. Robert Jones Robert I>ee Jemes. John Price. Jamea Pearson Moli, ,? ? 14er. r In ? ; >. cl??ll it tin? t side d ?a for rub the piece of elea t. . , r?nt*?? anua. ! with wsriii re not to api ? rub - oa tl. .iig spread sing. 11.,??/ it. \\,,.li ? ream ? ??ksirrr. make a r ? a I very thin ??ulte tlry roll up lu u cloth for a t ? .. ? th?'n Iron. GOODS TO BF 501.D AT COST. ??IW.kSII I.IULINER. . Ladlea. call at S16 and 318 E. Broad and see the beautiful Una of stylish millinery, all to be sold at cost to make room for Xmti good? Come and eee, is all I ask. Ton will not leave without a hat of some kind. MRS. M. D. CHAMLEE, 316-318 E. Broad St. ? TlllOPI? SIIAl.l. M RFICII PORI H mu: mm- ? > p> ft 1 QQ ' r 2Sr ny the Rev. C. F. Checlzzll. B. Se V M. a graduate of avxford. Lon-j don. Englai - "a-nd 2c stamps. ? The only true and authenlc his? torical facts of the Negro race yet, 'published told by the native born, African, and reads like a romance. ; TO HEAD THIS BOOK Is to ar-; quaint )<mr*?'lf vdtli the nob!??? of bygone ages??to clothe yourself In Intellectual garb, surmount tbe char? iot of antiquarian fame; drawn by fiery Antediluvian steed?held In ?Ti?-t k?I?.? philosophical reins ?oat- . ed with Homer, Hannibal and (V>per- ' nil u?.?View the world of antiquity In its once splendour and extensive , Geographical domain?taking an as- | tronomical vision of the Planetary system of inhabited beings?rrtnrn again to the hamjuetlng house of Ethnological rt^tsearch and scienti fie lore and learn once for all the trae authentic history of the highly dlfrni fled ETHIOPIAN RACE. Agenta Wavntrtl. W. R. PAYNE. Publisher. ? IS 8 Penn. ave.. E. ??, PltUburg, Pa. The Cohen Company. Hurry-upShopping Reasons Only a Tew More Days to Christmas. There lias to be a whole lot of shopping boiled down to the compass of a few days. We want to do all in our power to aid you. The 30,000 square feet of extra floor space is to help you at just such a season as this. See Cohen's Wonderful Book Store. ve just gotten in 1 is of Books, which come as~a surprise even to us These two items will u some idea of the immense reserve "force behind this enormous basine Pive Volume Sets, 59c. Classics, 5c. and 9c. g in uniform bindtag can get a - borne H ?lu?mes, '. then, ?Oc. a set. A counter full of hum!? lxuind ; which are necessary to complete the librar ? .acholar. They are hound in linen cloth in a dm ner Mich authors as Rusk i.. . ?. t h Irving. Hawthorne and man. otbesa, any for (*c. and Gift Suggestions in the Basement. This is an Infant's Store. ___^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Here are a few suggestions It is difficult to decide as to which may come handy which : i ill make they are all useful thing1, suggestions every day of the Table full of Iafmte. / _ nnel Sacqr. ? in vari? ous 1.? ras. all dainty colors, Fancy Riba, scile? ?e r*,uslln, laro and applique trimmed: some are em broi IS? te f 1.98. ?'roldored El or Fur, various new stylos ****** ?he will be glvoa a full draaa Wal .tcher, 6 Tumblers r>l, | ?.-,<> ,i ?ize ?IO Doll, and Waltifl^l^l Tiny Moccasins or Soft Sole Kid If a tots?black. mar etions. Jap .cors, the : it?cor %'ZJ^r? Nut crackers of Nickel, 10c ? "..??s for Cabl BaBBasasasaBaasasBaasaass^ _ocra s\NT\ <?-\us. Children, our Santa Claus Is do? ing a lot of walking those days. So s he is going to put a pedomo t?^r In his pocket to-day to toll how far fie walks. He Is going to tell many miles. ?' LISTEN ? Brarj child 12 old and under is invited to how many miles he will walk up to Xmas eve. If a girl gut The Dell Store ?for the little white or colors. 25c and ?Oc. guesses ho will got a large fa Hobby Horse or its vquiva Do not fail to take the chil- Infants- Baskets, various shapes l"?t in any other thing in the toy an?i ai????., trimmmi nr untrlmmed, - , - T> and ataea, trimmed or drei u the Basement : | ?_ It ? nsele&s Knitted Toques. Leggine, _ _ Sweat? a. j _:?? t ? 11 ??. ? match, th? . Doll. \\C outflt for one-half its real value ? the ,^^^^^^ as, Bizee to 10 years, for 75c to loaf at Every child will be entitled to on ay in the Astrachan. Jersey and L. Opera Glasses Tinted Mothor-of-Pearl Opera nlll ; is useless Kr ' v? Leggine. Sweat- , ? ?.-? tv ?? ?? ' ? Mittens to match, the entiro ' a7ld a b<>x "??III bo put near tho front door to deposit tho __ gaeaaas in.. much moro Cloaks. ^t.re No two or three profit ror $1.00. sii hned f? uses, in leather and 110 Colored Dear Skin, I - to . ? ?? . 1 Id Gold* >a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.Va.iaM ?r as a Christi ..nt? Children's Chairs Wonder Sale of JOc Articles *" tu *'? a P?*. according to weight ta the Basen,. ,cd tw? ^^ Wt '.h with a lot of tlie wanted thin. H ., u , a furnitur little gifts that usually . -"andKerchieis. 11 from ioc. to *QC.;thepi ae Embroidara?! ?11 ? tt } : >ialnt Q. Here a that wit rrota this Burn? that are worth ?^^^?Kovcltics. Manicure Pieces; r?>gularly 35c ? ich ~."?c. $'2.-r,. >1 IB ..:.,'. MM Fly Rock BSBSBBBBBBBsVOC 0.1<??. i'in Cushions, Smokers' Sets. Ink Plctura Ft ?'tilldreu's Jap Purses, etc., any for lOc. New Neckwear. ?sands of fancy I land kerchief a II aablo kind W'??: Pure put up In ?.>r75c ? ?'nt. Bordar iionistltched .uro Lln??n are lOc Hundreds of Boys' Suits. W? fit ? m in the v. nd Cuff Sets. ... - a set. (G olili? all Handrad and oth- ea?;i. Cohen prices. r ,hat aro ' en mkn-s fine pure: choose any at 15c LINEN HEMSTITCHED ?-?????tt? D Is called to tbe ?eh. IIKFS. In >4. v. and 1- neh hom? I . that is tonally sold Ruching in boxes of 6 yards, for j ? ??1 f.J?"' rked 11.??. Ut a quirk | aiMTU they aro 13 E 5 91 m ! o 15 for New Crepe do Chine Ties, onn of a doren; tb ?,?,. . ?', **uv w mannish mixt latest fads, in the solid dolors. Another i??t of M ? ,r0 Lln^n If Suiting Overcoats. 9.1.08. with fancy end*, in pompadour Handkerchiefs, worth I0 40 a dozen Handsome Velour and Velvet printing, hemstitched, 91 each. II] . i('h ' Sulte for aa.OJi and 95.98. || I nd Floor. Sample Sale of Gold Pings. Gift Umbrellas. Sal. ' rlinp Silver and Gold Handle Umbrellas, for women and New Neckwear at 50c; a hand- Thousands of Fancy Handker Hne of all tho ttsual 75c to 9Sc chiefs, tor Women and'Children In lartlel-a?al "?I?. Plain, hemstitched and print ed borders. 3c earh. 11C faaaa Men s regular 10c and 12 He Handkerchiefs, will be 7c $3 50 Silk Stockings $i.50 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Women's $3.50 Silk 3tockings for . stono setting and signet Rln.- ???a can sciect. som? ?? mo n?nu- St.on a pair isono of the wonders <)'.;r pr!?-es. WBe to 97.50; nearly |#??????< ? that retailed to |4.G0 of tho Hosiery eto: ?? are in ictior. far aUMk lace boots, others are plain_they Another Umbrella at 92.08 is the am silk in every shade- also ar $5 value. white and black. __ . - _ __ Huster Brown Umbrellas for tho A purohas?? of an Immons?? lot h* f handsome Ottoman Silke, nttlo ones, with novelty handles, are our New York syndicate fmm am? ?. all colors. only 79c; finished with cas?3 and ker who n?-,M?"d the re'dT mo^ Other Opera Rags from 91 to 93.75 tassels. glvea you ?ho big saving * Theso rings are a manufacturer's :vrt? and will be no duplicate?; Thev ado to f? are Taffeta Silk, guar from SO? fo $12 CI y are pin r ^>ne ypa>"? Too can select some of tho hand Opera Gags. ?Mr. Douglass Johnson of Po area in the city thla ? ml called on us. IX-1.IMI ?'?G???.? Til. Man Medicine Fro??. You can now obtain a largo dol? lar Bize f: age of M cine? ' Man Medicino cures man-weak? MM Man Medicino gives ^ou once more tho pusto. tho joyful satisfac? tion, the pulso and tnrob of physical .re, the keen sense of nian sensatlon, the luxury of life, botty power and body comfort?freo. Man Medicine does it. Man Meditine cures man-weak? ness, nervous debility cnrly t? discouraged manhood, fun< failure, vital weakness, brain fag, backache, prostatitis, kidney trouble and nervousneaa. You can cure yourself at home by Man Medicine, and tho full size dollar package will be deliver you f; a wrapper, s? aled, with full directions how to uso it. The full size dollar package brae, I ments of any kind, no receipts, no promises, no papers to sign. It la . All we want to know Is that you are not sending for it out of idle cu? riosity, but t?at you want to be well and become your strong natural eelf oneo more. Man Medicine will do what you want it to do: make you real man, man-like, man-powerful. Your name and address will bring it; all yon have to do la to aend and get It. We send It free to every discouraged one of the man sex. Interstate Remedy Company, 262 Luck Bullding, Detroit. Mich. 13 THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR 9 USEFUL PRESENT& ??a* ?? | Library and Table I | Lamps, Gas Drop- f I Lights Knamelled I I Cooking Utensils, | I Coal Vases, Oil, f j COAL & WOOD I Heaters. ? m Stoves and Ranges. I 1 N. Klein & Son, 620 E. Broad St.