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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY G, 1800. 13 THE VACATION SCHOOLS an i:rroiiT avill, nn math: to have rout this yi:ah. They Are of firont Advnntncc to the ror Children of the City Lust Year's Snccesa. The vacation-school problem is one that the club women In Indlanai-olis are very much interested in and one which should interest all citizens. It has been found from past experience that it is a work the pood results from which are already begin ning to be felt. It affords children who live in the densely inhabited parts of the city and have no playgrounds an opportunity to learn something-, as well as to come in contact with good influences. The summer school last year was conducted in school No. 5, on West "Washington street, and children attended from all parts of the city, the majority coming from the south ern and extreme western part of the city. There i3 no book study in the vacation Fchool. The school is one for play and the learning of some of the useful lessons of ever-...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 0, 1C0O. . - - . , . , , r- Admirers of Nat C. Goodwin and his tautlrul and talented wife, Maxlne Elliott, trill recall that they were enjoying great success with Clyde Fitch's comedy. "The Cowboy and the Lady," In New York, earlier la the present season, when they reached the Eudden determination to pro duce a new piece from the pen of Henry V. Estaond, entitled "When We Were Twenty-one." The first announcement of this Intention was greeted with expres sions of dismay from the friends of the distinguished actors. When, however, they Bade their appearance In the Esmond play all doubt as to the wisdom of the appar ently hasty decision was speedily removed. The critics united with an enthusiastic public In agreeing that Mr. Goodwin and Miss Elliott had found the greatest com edy In which they had ever been seen. Viewed from a scenic point of view, the production is the most elaborate Mr. Good win has attempted in years. Henry V. Esmond, author of ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 May 1900

- fJ z;-r, s 7 , i) Vr. f , V 1 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, .IIAY G, 1800. 15 A Wind By JOSEPHINE Author of Smith t Copyright, 13C0. WHlard's landlady smiled sympathetically cros3 the narrow breakfast tabic. "I pess you've got to stay in this mornin. 31 r. Willard." she said. "It's a good deal too raw and cold for you to be out around, paintin to-day." Wlllard nodded. "Quite right, Mrs. Storrs," he returned, and he smiled at his landlady's daughter, who sat'opposite. But ghe did not smile at him. She continued her tüent meal, looking for the most part at her plate, and replying to direct questions only by monosyllables. She must be nineteen or twenty, he de cided, but her slender, curveless figure might have been that of a. girl several years younger. Her face was absolutely without character to the casual glance pale, slightly freckled, lighted by gray green, half-closed eyes, and framed In light brown hair. Her Hps were thin and her rare smile did not disclose her teeth. Eve...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 May 1900

IG J3E IKöIAIIArOLISy JOUItNAL, -SUNDAY, 1IAY G, ICCa FOR FEMININE READERS i now Tiin woman iviio wotxn du 'IX BUSLNESS' MC ST CHOOSE. Girl Who Can Chance Her Dres Quickly I Llked The freut Slctves-V. Claas In Ilepartee. So many avenues are now open to Toicen is the stock argument of thote who Idly fancy that thl3 makes things easier." says Helen Churchill Candee, In 'How Women May Kirn a Living." 4As a matter of fact. It makes a choice far harder. Years ago, when there were but half a. dozen occupations that society sanc tioned, the talented followed art, the practi cal took boarders and tho well educated taught school. It was ea?y to know which cf these things suited the case. But now, with a long list unfolded, there Is a feeling of confusion, which brings Indecision and Indirection. "The making of a choice Is often all summed up in this that you shall choose the occupation that best suits you. Some other woman on whom you have your eye may bo dolnjr something else, and you may e...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 May 1900

'"V Part. Thre Pages 17 to 20 QJJ Jo ritlOE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 0, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Ji.,llJE4: 55 Reversible Another Week of "Greater than Ever" Bargains l at Brosnan Brothers Fi'rL Price FIre9 Smoke and Water I Lvery dollar s worth of damaged goods must be sold. The time is short regular selling price, original cost, present value, not considered. It's simply a matter of getting rid of all soiled goods at any price. Our building must be remodeled and repaired at the earliest possible moment and the stock - ,arge yet to attempt it. A $100,000 STOCK OF DRY GOODS, SHOES. SILKS, DRESS GOOD, CLOAKS, SUITS, ETC., at from 3c to 40c on the dollar. 515. 00 Tailor-made Suits, black and wool cheviot and serges; jackets 1'ire si! price h i 1 w s ar.-J 7 Two-piece Bicycle Suits, and gray mixtures. Mre sale price Big lot of Separate Skirts, in navy blue serge, twilled and camel's-hair plaids, worth up to 01 AO $4.00. Fire sale price H)iVO White Shirt Waists, stri...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 May 1900

18 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL. SUNDAY, HAY fl, KZ'J. Ail of this ip-ounl formerly below the high-water mark has been raised, while the conforming stretch, on the left bank had to be lowered in' accordance "with the new high-water proper. For this work the city cf Düsseldorf ha ppont 4.000.0(0 marks, while the povemment paid for the lower ing of the opposite bank. ABUNDANT SPACE. The KTat boulevard 1 under work. Four hundred trees of respectable size have been rlanted. It hi a peculiar !pht to see a row cf tall ?hado trees where, a year ago. the highest point was the hut of a ragpicker. The old stockyards will be torn down and the g-round u?ed for exhibiting purposes. In this connection It may b Interesting to compare the size of different International expositions with that of the Düsseldorfer in YJiC The first figures represent the total rround spaced while the second give the floor space occupied by the buildings. Both figures are given In square meters: ISM. London M.W as.fWO 17. P...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, -MAY 6, 1C00. 19 "Whatever a Person Saves Fron His Eevense, lie Adds to His Capital." How much do You Save? DO YOU KNOW THAT THE INDIANA TRUST COMPANY WILL PAY YOU. 3 Per Cent. I nterest On savings deposits of one dollar and upward. OFFICES: Indiana Trust Building Cor. Washington Street and Virginia Ave. A Worthy Home Enterprise. STTARES IN THE PoYer Building Company Large amount of stock already sub scribed. Remainder now offered at par. Rare chance for a dividend-paying invest ment that -will largely increase in value. Call or send for prospectus. The Central Trust Company Financial Agents, No. ISO Enst Mnrket Street. Only j 1 But AH GooZ Big Casino. Vermont, Martin, Etta, Vhcaton, Wabash and Boar Tunnell Gold Mines In Gilpin Co., Colo. Invest your money in properties that hare some ere. We will tell you why they are good. RECOB St BALDWIN, Suite 1232-33 Monadnock Block. (Telephone Main 63). CHICAGO. ILL. SAFC DEPOSITS. 5. A. I LETCHER& CO.S S...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 May 1900

Katzenjammer X" 2D THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, UI G, 1C- CHARM OF DAMASCUS said to m: cmnFLY Tim view or sriiot.ni. coimhy. An Indiana Traveler, Leaving Aula, Summartxen III Imiirrlon Our Philippine Problem. Corre?r',n,.enc of the Indianapolis Journal. PORT SAID. Hsypt. April 1. Syria and Palestine arc both Illled with beautiful val leys lyln? at the foot of picturesque and often fnow-rU1 mountains. Of these the plain of Sharon Is perhaps the best known and the most Justly celebrated. So beauti ful la it In Its hoft, Kreen undulations?, cov ered with olive and orange orchard?, that one of our S.ivior'? most endearing titles is "The Rose of Sharon." Between Damas cus and the Mediterranean sea are two fairly lofty mountain rangres the Lebanon, nearest the sea, and the Anti-Lebanon, of which the fnowy Mount Herman Is at the southern end. Between these lies a green valley, at th head of which was, in ancient day?, the puperb temple of Baal and Ashta 10th at Baalboc. This temple re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 7 May 1900

INDIANAPOLIS JOUENAI K WEEKLY F.STAT'L.I?HEI UZZ. "VOT T Tfi 197 DAILY ESTABLISHED t V VJ. Xi il V I INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1900. -r-rmT o nrvrc ( at railway nftvvs ptanw. on 1 1JAaIJ O UXiXl IC. J TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. CIJSTb. 7 ROARING GUUS THEY 31 ARK nonCRTS'S ADVANCE TO THE VET RIVER. Drltlsh Troop Pushed Fortvnrd All Along: tbe Line, and the Doers Driven from Strong: Positions. BURGHER JUNCTION PREVENTED HAMILTON INTERFERED WITH A "WELL-TIMED CAVALRY CHARGE. Paeet Stopped a Flank Morement at Wnrrenton, Designed to Check General Darton Advance. THE FIGHTING AT ROOIDAN BARTON CARRIED SEVERAL RIDGES AT POIXT OF BAYONET. nandfll'i Artillery Drove the Dntch xuen at Thaba X'Chn Gallantry of a Colonial Detachment. LONDON. May 7, 4:10 a. m. Lord Roberts Is making better progress than any one has dared to hope, and Is meeting with suc cess at all points. The only news of the actual occupation of Winburg Is the inci dental reference to it in the dispatch from Vet river, desc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 7 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, 3I0ND AY, MAY 7, 1900. Wilfrid La urler Informing him that the New Zealand govemincnt has contributed t25,ono to the relief fund of the Ottawa fire sufferers. Canadian Paper 91111a Darned. MONTREAL, Canada. May 7. A message received at midnight says the paper and pulp mills at Grand Mere, Que., have been entirely destroyed by fire. POLICE CHIEFS CONVENTION. Delegat? Already Are Gnthertng for the Clnelnnnti Sleeting;. . CINCINNATI. May C While the Inter national convention of police chiefs will not convene till Tuesday, there are here to day many chiefs, commissioners, detectives and others for the occasion. Some have been engaged In committee work and con ferences, but most of them In sight see ing. There are over three hundred dele gatcH. Most of them are accompanied by their families. The larger part of the vis itors are commissioners, detectives and oth ers associated with the chiefs who are In terested In the systems discussed and the rules adopted. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 7 May 1900

3 r THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1900. New York Store Established isr3. Sole Agent IlntterlcU Pattern. The New "Straight Front La Vida" "Mistress Fashion" has turned logi cal. Behold, for the once,, good, com mon sense hand-ln-Rlovc with grace and beauty. The 'Straight Front" Corset la hygienic and luxuriously shaped; it la the most symmetrical and exquisitely contoured model that the corset makers In all their experi ence have given to the world. "La Vida" la the only Corset ever made outside of France which has the da.h and daintiness of the European school. But it is better for you than ANY Imported Corset at ANY price, because it 1 specially designed to fit your American figure. It has every good point of the finest French makers. It costs 50 per cent, less than any first-class foreign pro duction. SPECIAL, FITTINGS for the first three days of the week by Miss Nolan, expert New York corsetiere. who will be pleased to show you La VIdaa. Second Floor. Pettis Dry Goods ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 7 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, MAY 7, 1000. Telephone Calls. Business Office ZZt editorial Rooms 83 terms of stDscniPTiox. DAILY BY MAIL. Daüy on!r. en month... $V7 Ial!y only, three months 2 V) Iai:y only, on jrar 8.00 Iai!y. including Sunday, one year 1 M Eunday only, one year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally, per week, by carrier IS ets , Funday, sin! copy S cts tbailv ani Kitn.1 - nr wV hr warrior 20 eta WEEKLY. Per year 11.00 lied need Rates to Club. 8"7bscTlb with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to th JOURNAL . NEWSPAPER COMPANY, v Indianapolis, Ind. ' Persons sending; the Journal through the malls In the United Ftate should put on an eignt-rate paper a ONE-CENT postage wtaimv on a twelve r slxten-pare papr a TWO-CENT pofta;a tamp. Foreign postage U usually double these rates. i AH communications Intended for publication In 'this paper must, in order to receive attention, be accompanied by the came and address of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 7 May 1900

5 A THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL. MONDAY, MAY 7, 1900. TheSilScDeoartmeiti Offers Taffet Hilles In Blacks, all widths, 19 to 28 inches; Fancjs, Cords, Hem stitched, Hair-lines, Persians, Pekin Stripes, Black and White, Lace Effects. In Plain Colors, three qualities. Printed Kai-Kais, Plain and Twilled, Printed Foulards, Corded Habutais in Fancy Stripes, three qualities, Silk Plisse, Liberty Satins, Satin Duchesse. Silk IPopularitr Is evidenced by the remarkable season of silk trading in all jobbing and primary markets, and additionally by the present large consuming demand. Our lines are more than ordinarily large and complete. MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. Importers, Jobbers, Dry Goods, Notions, Silks, Etc. , (INCLUSIVELY "WHOLESALE.) INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Be1s. Pillow anl Chair Cushions. Hospital Rlns. Urinals. L1 Pans. Fountain and Bulb fcyrtnires. liot Wc- liottlrs. Stomach Tube ana Shower i:athrw'blnets. W1L IL ARMSTKtNG & CO.. SURGICAL JNSTKUMEJST 3IAKKKS 4 and 226 S. Meridia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 7 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS . JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1900. (5 journal's business directory. Win. L IUc. 2M5 West Michigan street. Tele phon: old. 2j7:;; new. XlZZ. Terr?ry west ol Wim river. COAL COALr-Ccborn Coal Co., East J t. An thraclte. code, bard and oft coaL Phone zu. DTEIXO ER ILL. & CO.. fancy tyers and cUaners; silk curtains, any color, cleaned and finished equal to nw; a1A larks' light cloth Jacktt a .spe cialty. 22$ Massachusetts avtnut and lt ortn Illinois street. FLORISTS- rCRTCRMANN' FLORAE COM PANT, New No. 2tl Mm ava.. Z2& N. Del, it. Tel. 84X LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPFRATIVB LAUNDRY. Work called for. 12V144 Vlrg. aTe. 'Phon 12C3. MANTELS AND GRATES X P. 2L PURS ELL (Mantels, Furnaces). 231 Mas, ara. PATE.NT LAV.'YEKS . V. II. LOCK WOOD, , 415-41S Tmcks buildlnr. SAL, K AND LIVEItT STAHLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Euek boards. etc.) 25 Circle. Tel. 1037. fcllOW CASES WILLIAM WZ7.GEL. w tMt oi t . 2U South Meridian Street. UNOEKTAKERS FRANK ULAKCHARD. ' , 90 N. Delaw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 7 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1900. DULL AND FEATURELESS WALL STREET AWAITS ADJUSTMENT OF SlTl'LY A.D DE31AXD. L'aic of 3Ionry Market and Ita Tlela tion to Ciold Exports Local Trade' Good Ontlook for Star At New York Saturday money on call was easy at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, SHtH'a Per cent. Sterling exchange vas steady, with ac tual business In bankers' bills at $1.81 for demand and 4.oii for sixty days; posted rates, $ l.Sl.SCVi and $1.83: com mercial bill's. 'II.S3V54.S4U. Silver certificates were eoUQGOc; bar silver, COc; Mexican dollars, 47V&C. At Lon don bar silver was 27 an ounce. Exports of gold and silver from the port of New York to all countries for the week aggregate Jl.MO.SSl in silver bars and coin, and C602.315 in gold. Imports of specie for the week were $24,- 83 In cold and 4110.5S3 In silver. Imports of dry goods and merchandise at the port of New York for the week were valued at $10,3ji7,3ö7. The weekly statement of the associated Hew Yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 7 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1900. 8 L. S. AYRES & CO. Sole Agenti for Standard Pattern. Special Sales ToDay Fine Etons and Bolero3, 3 to $73 ones at $17.50 to $37.50 Old lots of Women's Checked and Mixed Suitings, regularly iSc to JQ- $i0 a yard, at A few SOc qualities, 23c Mattings, regularly 12c to CCc a yard, at lie to 24c j Exceptional offerings In Ruffled and I Lace Curtains. I Opening of new Satin Striped Dimities. Cameras THE II.. LIEBER COMPANY, 24 West Washington Street. tftrufrcturer of Grilles a cd Fret Work. MONDAY'S BARGAINS Things You Want In Season CONSIST OF BAMBOO PORCH CURTAINS 6 ft. by 8 ft.. Monday $1.20 each. 8 ft. by 8 ft., Monday $1.60 each. If) ft by 8 ft., Monday $2.00 each. 12 ft. by 8 ft, Monday $2.40 each. ETThe eclipse of the sun this year will not help you. You will need these. Albert Gall 17 and lO West Washington St. Hardwood Floors laid. finish4 and rsflnUhtd. THE HARUGARI LODGES HAVC A DIG CELEIHtATIOX AT THE CLEVELAND HALL. Societi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 May 1900

7 INBIAMAPOLI ht vrniKLY i:sTAr.Lisi!ED iki. VHT T- VO 19ft DAILY ESTABLISHED lhZO. S . V-JJU. XJ A.0. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1U00. PRICE 3 CENTS. AT RAILTTAY NETCS STANT?. "? i TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. 5 CENTS. JOURNAL STILL RUNNING BOEHS FLYING TO THE KOPJES THAT ENCIRCLE KROONSTAD. Lord Robert' Force Snccefal All rolnt In Driving? the En emy Toward the North HAMILTON IS AT WINBUEG AND ''LITTLE MOBS' IS RESTING AT SMALDEEL, NC Alt BY. Gen. French, with 10,000 Cavalry, Raiding the Lndybrand District or Movlnjr, on Kroontad. EOAD TO HAFEKING IEEE nothing but distance between the town and a belief force. oL Baden-Foweir Garrison Mach Depressed on April 23 Dis patches from Lord Roberts. LONDON, May 8, 4:20 a. m. The Boers are everywhere retiring before the British, except on the Natal frontier and at Maf ek ln, to the inner circles of their defenses. They appear determined not to fight until the Kroonstad hills are reached. Lord Roberts Is expected to do another forty cr fif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1900. business of the hou?e. The "frauds" that were spoken about Implicated the business capacity more than the honesty of tho?e having charge. He was much berated at the time, but the Baltimore Conference had faith In him. and it keeps on Indexing him by sending him to General Conference, and last Saturday the General Conference hon 01 cd Itself by honoring him with an Invi tation to take a peat on the platform with the bishop, but the old man preferred to remain In his seat with the Baltimore dele gation, from which he hurls a Javelin now I ä . . . ... t . a . i a anu men mat never misses ine marx. AN ANNOYING EPISODE. An amusing but annoying episode oc curred last Saturday. Bishop Ilartzell had delivered his lecture on the Boers Thurs day, night. One brother was muchlm pressed by It, and after enjoying It about forty hours he concluded to give expression to his delight in offering a vote of thanks to the distinguished lecturer. It was pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1900, New York Store Established 1S33. Sole Aginti Datterlck rattern." Great lace Curtains 20 Per Cent. Discount On the best curtains in the house. Housecleaning at its height now, and you'll need curtains. Better in vest now while they are so reasonable. Third Floor. A Man That Knows How to Dress.... Correctly always takes bis cue from us as leaders In all the newest styles and fresh novelties in, Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear,' Hosiery, Etc, OUR PRICES are an inducement to' the economical. You can't do better than here. - PAUL H. KRAUSS, U East Washington Street, Shirts to order. Shirting by the yard. DR. FORD'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS They will be found to possess marked curative influence In all cues of dyspepsia. Indigestion, flatulence, loss of appetite, catarrh of the stomach, heartburn, malasslmilation of food, They will greatly Improve the body strength and weight when debility is due to Impaired diges tion. They act as a tonic to the linin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, MAY S, 1000. Telephone Calls. Easiness Office. .....22i Editorial Rooms 8 TER319 Ol SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BT MAIL. Pally mir, ort month Iailr on.y. thre months 2.0 Iallr only, one year 9.W Pally, including Sunday, one year l'VW Sunday only, on year 2.00 "WHEN FURNISHED BT AGENTS. Pally, per wek. by carrier 15 eta Fun!ay. single copy 6 cts Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... SO eta WEEK LT. Ter year I1.C0 Reduced Ilntea to Club. Fubscrlbe with any of our numerous agents or send subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolls, Ind. Persons sendinir the Journal through the mails In the United Ftate should put on an eiht-paee piper a ONE-CENT postage tsmp: on a twelve r slxten-pare paper a TWO-CENT po?taire .stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. AH communications intended for publication In thta rapr mut. in ord-r to rcelT attention, b accompanied by the same and address of the wri...

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