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News (Newspaper) - April 11, 1904, Frederick, Maryland PROM PRIMER'S INK.; 'J KS o; iiniuaiure 'J KS Is the best newspaper published In I I t.l I A POINTER FOR ADVERTISERS. X TKC N EVFB li rmd br of who by ,j p'lbM'uHon At an advertising medium It is. In Hi neld. un- i equalled. ISO FREDERICK, MARYLAND. MOXDAY, APRIL. 11, 1904. 30 CENTS A MONTH. White Wash Brushes At every price and size, for in- side or outside work. We will sell them from 6c to apiece. We can. furnish you. with anything you may waTSt in this line. Call and be convinced. We also handle Flax Seed Meal. Get our prices before buying. Congressmen and Senators Discuss That Date to End Congress. NO BARRIERS ARE IN THE WAY All the Big Appropritiaons Bills Are j Well Advanced and Debate On Ser- j vice Pension Legislation Will Soon Be Exhausted. j Washington, April 28 has been discussed in cimmittee rooms and among and representatives as not at all an improbable date for the termination of the present session of congress. The -pension appropriation bill has been received from the house and reported from the senate commit- tee with an amendment, Disc-Jfesion of service pension legislation it is believed ll be exhausted before the bill is placed on its passage, and this measure, therefore, is not considered a barrier to early adjournment. The army bill is agreed on except as to four amendments, which are in con- ference, and it is thought these amend- ments will not result in much further discussion in either body of congress. The conference report on the agricul- B, EBERT SONS, of Low Prices. W. Patrick St. Call by either phone. THE FREDERICK COUNTY Just Arrived. Several cars Maine and New York Seed Potatoes, Early Rose, Irish Cobblers, Rural New Yorker, FI NO LA bath tabs, steps, gla crockery, Ac. 5 and 10 cent MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT, Two very desirable BrlnkJHousea, 92 and 94 West South Street. Number one investment- Real Estate bonsht and sold Fire, Life and Accident Insurance, L.M. NIXDORFF, Jr. 31 Court St.. Nest Central Bank. tural bill has been agreed to in the sen- ate, but no action has been taken by the house. A second conference has been ordered on the fortifications bills on the senate amendments for the pur- chase of a submarine boat for instruc- tion on coast defense and making an appropriatoon for the completion of a certain type of disappearing gun car- riage. Both the naval and the District appropriation bills are in conference. The conference report on the Indian appropriation bill has been made, and it is likely to cause debate Tor one or two days. Four days' additional discussion is looked for on the postof- flce appropriation bill. The amend- ments that have been adopted are not of a character that will tie the bill up in conference for more than two or throe days. It is expected that the sun- dry civil bill will be reported from the senate committee on appropriations to- morrow, and the military academy bill will be ready by the time the sundry civil bill is passed. It is expected that the general defi- ciency bill will be reported to the house not later than tomorrow. No call has yet been issued, but Republican leaders of the senate anticipate holding a meet- ing of the steering committee early next week to agree on a general pro- gram for the remaining days of the New Test ot Anti-Trust Law. Pittsburg, Pa., April 11. In an equity suit filed in the county courts. Harry Brown. this city, seeks to prevent the merging of the car wheel plants of the Country and to have the court declare an alleged merger of the Keystone Car Wheel company with the National Car Wheel company illegal and void, under the Sherman anti-trust law. Five Dead In Street Car Wreck. Santa Barbara. Cal., April of the Edison company's street cur ran off the track in this city and was jturned over. Three people were' in- stantly killed and two were so badly I injured that they died soon after tho accident. Twenty were more or less injured, sustaining bruises and broken bones. All are believed to have been residents of Santa Barbara. ERNEST HELFENSTEIN, INSURANCE, 24 W, Patrick St., Frederick, Md, Wood Again On the Warpath. Manila, April 11. Major General Leonard Wood is about to begin a campaign with men to compel the allegiance or the Sultan of Taraca and to force to turn over to the American authorities 20 murderers whom he has been shielding, and a number of stolen rifles. Taraca is on 1 the shore of Lake Lanao, in Mindanao. CROUP CU Croup attacks a child without and needs immediate attention or it may prove serious, even fatal, it you notice atiy symptoms of croup, give baby a small dose of IDWIS DEVILBISS. s. DEVILBISS URNER, INSURANCE. .ALBAUGH BUILDING. 68 N. Market Street. Frederick. Md. BCTECT T PBOFEBTT. TSESFABNOTICKS. PRINTED OH HSAVT.CAKOBOABB AT TfflS NEWS OFFICE. JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT. It-wiil relieve it iiistuutly m I HIS cure it in a.night. Ko dangur %f W I wflvv from choking after you IIHAP w B given baby oue or two do-n. Every mother should keep a bottio of BuITtf Cough Syrup in tbe house to b J pared for sudden attacks of croup. ONE BOTTLE CURED HER BOY. Mrs. Mary Olsson, of 530 Clinton Street. Brooklyn, S. Y., writes: ''My little boy, threo years old, caught the croup and I concluded to try Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, as I have more faith in it than in doctors. He was soon relieved alter a fen- doses only, and entirely cured of the croup and bronchial trouble after having taken one bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. When I have this old reliable remedy in tha house I feel safe, and since it cured him I always keep a bottle in the house." AVOID SUBSTITUTES. Do not accept some cheap imitation that contains harmful drugs. Insist on getting BULL'S." Price 25c. See that the "BULL'S HEAD" is on the package. ENTICING JAPS TO THE INTERIOR Russia Then Promises a Crushing Defeat to End.the War. NO ATTACK ON PORT ARTHUR High Military Authority "Explains" Why There Is No Heavy Resist- ance to Japanese Advance at Yalu River. St. Petersburg. April gen- erally anticipated attack on Fort Ar- thur did not occur, although a tele- gram received from Grand DuUe Cyril reports that the enemy's ships were sighted on the horizon. It is presumed that the Japanese were warned of the extra precautions which had beeu taken to guard surprise. There were no Easter merrymakings at the front. By special dispensation the soldiers and sailors were relieved of all religious observances on account of the necessities of the military situa- tion. Vice Admiral MakarofTs torpedo flo- tilla patrolled the open sea, while the warships, with full steam up, remained outside Port Arthur. Elsewheie throughout the theatre of all is reported quiet. A high military authority explained why General Kuropatlun's plan of campaign docs not contemplate a heavy resistance to the Japanese advance at the Yalu, saying: "Either defeat or victory in a battle there would be disadvantageous to us. If we lost we would have to fall back Ihroi'sh a difficult country. If we I say to you that Russian strategy is based on the idea of vic- tory and not on that of vould be fruitless. We could not fol- low it up without exposing the army lo too great risks. On account of the Japanese control of the sea. if we pur- sued the enemy into the peninsula of Korea, we would open both flanks to a possible attack from the rear. No, the Japanese must cornc on to a point in the interior, which, with this end in view, has been Selected, where we can follow up a crushing defeat to the bitter end with blow after blow and seal the fate of the campaign. "Our plans on sea and land will converge at a time next summer when Vice Admiral Makaroff's fleet will be relieved by the arrival of reinforce- ments. Then, if successful on laud, we can clear the sea of the enemy, cut hia communications, and the Japanese in Korea and Manuhuria will then be at our mercy. "The world nuist not be impatient. The prelude to this war is not yet fin- It is understood here that as the re- sult of General Kuropatkin's visit to New aug, rclnfoiLciueulsi of men will be sent forward from Liao Yang. Special reports have been received from all the Jewish districts of Rus- sia regarding the happenings of Easter Sunday. According to these dispatches the Russian Easter passed quietly, and there was absolutely no attempt to molest the Jews, the provincial gov- ernors acting in accordance with in- structions from St. Petersburg. The faithful execution of the governor's orders to the local authorities and the police prevented the outbreaks which feared at Kishiueff, the scene of the disturbances last Easter. There was not a single case there in. which Jews and Christians were involved. The government officials here are grati- fied that order has been so generally preserved. MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS. Mrs. Davle, widow of Jefferson Davis, president of the onfodcriitts States of America, la nearly seventy-eight yours of URO and Is In honltli. Of her six childreu but one la living, Mrs. I. A. Ilnycs of Ool
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