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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 January 1900

! j V . (V M I U I ' v I I V M n Y . v A Ii S ; Part Two Pages 9 to 16 I PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1900. rRICE FIVE CENTS. 9 a j ji jv j Lvyvvv A yv w iy y m vi v i i . i " ' '. : : i 1 h t; 1 1 1 r" i A : r u O o INDIANA'S 'r Is CHILDREN'S CLOAKS Four dozen remaining garments, sizes 2 LACE CURTAINS Clearing sale of all odd pairs and small lots. RUGS Lower prices an average fourth off on Orientals. FRAMED The Cotton Show The charm of first choice who can resist it? Moreover, your choosing" is from among the few hundreds that we've picked from thousands the creme de la creme of wash goods elegance. More than five hundred pieces are as sembled and most of them styles that are to be seen only here. Dimities, Organdies, Swisses, Foular dettes. Batistes, Ginghams, Oxfords, etc. Displayed and for sale now, in our cast aisle. New Silks Fascinating in their fresh beau ty, delightful in their graceful and daintily colored designs, foulards are prettier than ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1CC0. 10 ir.g found a good place he would drag up boushs, of which Iber were plenty and make a soft bed. When morning came and time for starting he was always hard to f.nti, particularly as we were usually ready to go before daylight. Two or three of vis would take a candle each and start out to hunt him. Of course we called but that had no effect until he saw that he was discovered. Then he would come trotting out and looking very much ashamed, as If he had been detected In a fraud. I think that some time In his life Wood enhead had caught a bird. At least a good part of the time he spent looking at one shore or the other of the frozen river for the Kutter of a win;;. If a raven croaked or a butcher-bird flew over he would swerve from the trail and look and fan the air with his nose for a scent of the game. As birds wero not Infrequent he retarded the team about as much as ho helped. This was a very trying thing to Towser, and the way h...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 January 1900

THE 1ITB1A1TAP0L1G JOUHIIAL, ; GTJITDAY, J AHUAHY 14, , ZZZd. 3 The City's SOCIAL Ii FE The Long-Waited-For "White" Sale. Events, Gayeties and Personal Activities of the Week r ! Tie h The fact that the cost of entertainment is not the most important element la the exercise of hospitality is well ex pressed by a writer la Collier's Weekly, who says: From time to time one reads In the pub lic prints of a concerted movement against the extravagant hospitality of the mo ment. A group of young women or mat rons will unite In a circle or club to give a round of entertainments whose limita tions of cost and elaborateness are sharp ly defined by a set of regulations. Fifty cent luncheons, four-course dinners, re ceptions at which chocolate and wafers are all that is permitted to be served these manifestations are net infrequent and are usually exploited as laudable progress toward a needed reform In point of fact, they are nothing of the sort. They are sporadic efforts that have little Inf...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 January 1900

M ! BESLJQPYjj THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1800. 1-p THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1900. Telephone Calls. Tjür.esi Cr.it CS Editorial Rooms 3 " Ti:ii3isö"p subscription. DAILY BY MAIL tVitly cmlr. rr month ' S er.lr, three montls TaiJy nfj. on year TailT. inclurtir. Funds r. ene year WM Eurday rr.lj, cne jear -c WHEN FURNISHED BT AGENTS. ral!y. pr wk, by carrier J ctt Funaj. a!pi rcpy Va.Ur anJ Sunday. per week. b7 carrier.... 20 cti Ter year H.C0 Reduced Ratea to Clnba. Fubcrlbe rlth any cf our numerous asenta or ?nj aubacrlptlona to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolt, Ind. Peracn aendirtg; the Journal tlirocsh the mal! in tb United Staus houll put on an eiht-rc paper a ONE-CENT i.itaje atarop: on a twelve cr tlxteen-rast rarer a TWO-CENT lo.naee tamp. Foreign boauge ia usually doutla thea rates. All communications Intend I for puMlcatlen In lh:a paper muit, In order to receive attention. r wtrr.janlej ty tha name and addreta cf tna writer. Reject...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1C00, WORK FOR THE FALLEN CONDUCTED AT T1IC IIESCUE MIS SION BY W. V. AVHEELKU. The Story of n Younjc Girl from the Country "Who "Wan Saved 3Iany Cases Can Be Cited. One evening not long ago a young wom an, bareheaded and with cheeks flushed with exercise, slipped into the chapel of the Rescue Mission, at Pennsylvania and South streets, and took a seat In the rear. The Fervice was In progress, hut "N". V. Wheeler, superintendent of the mission, saw the girl and made up his .mind that she did not belong in that neighborhood. She was plainly, but neatly, dressed and her general appearance indicated that she vas perhaps from the country. As the services were about closing the superin tendent reached the conclusion that the girl required assistance. He went to her and asked her to come into the office after the services were over. The girl did as he asked and the superintendent tactfully and kindly indicated to her that he thought che needed...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 January 1900

THE IND1AITAP0L D- : Flayer parLp.re : Throst)." a play dramatized from the celebrated novel by Anthony Hope, and presented under the direction of Charles Frohman. Is the notable offering at En glish's for the first three days of the pres ent week, beginning to-morrow night. The engagement also includes a Wednes day matinee. When "Phroso" made its ap pearance In a magazine. Its welcome was instantaneous and cordiaL Charles Froh man saw at once that here was the basis for another popular play, and he knew of a feminine star that was admirably fitted to fill the principal role. The result was the play "Phroso," staged upon more than the ordinary scale of magniücence, with Miss Odette Tyler in the title role, a character which she portrays so vividly as to make one doubt whether it was not indeed cre ated especially for her. The story of the play is one of enthrall ing interest. It begins in the hall of the old castle of Neapolla, at the time when the angry peasantry, urged on by the s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, GUI-ID AY, JANUAHY 14, iSCO. 15 PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. By GERTRUDE Copyright, 1500. by The town of San Mateo, In Baja. Cal., is dotted about on deeps, rocks, hll lccks, bristling heights; for inundations aro severe and frequent, and the wide e treet on the level Is broken up by Im mense clay pits which have been partly refilled by . dead dog3, cats, bones, vege table refuse, and any other matter which the careless Inhabitants find In their way and do not think worth the formality of burial. San Mateo, therefore, is by no means an easy place to get about it, and enter tainments are not frequent, but upon not able .occasions there Is a great fandango, and even a season of rejoicing. Such oc casions are the signal for the cessation of all work, a universal rejoicing, which swells to wild excess, and rarely ends without the unsheathing of knives and several graves among the cacti and the palms In the cemetery on the mesa. When Paulo Martinez, the wea...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 January 1900

1 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUItHAL, SUNDAY, JAHUAUY 14, IS GO. THE PEOPLE OF PORTUGAL rPPKU CLASSES ARC nXTHnMELY FASTIDIOUS AS TO DRESS. Bennty ücIonR to Servants und Peasant MnlilnSerrnnt Are Spaniards from Gallcla. Correi5n5ence of the Indianapolis Journal. LISBON, Portugal, Dec. 12. Of deeper Interest than anything else in this fair land arc the rootle theitof. and of these tho lcwllest are most Interesting because most unique. The cosmopolitan upper classes arc distinguished for little but universal and Invariable correctness of attire a pro r.ounced characteristic of all Latin peo ple on both sides of the Atlantic. While energetic, rough-and-ready Americans, sometimes even those of .wealth and high position, may be met In clothes that would hardly pass muster in respectable Euro pean society, you can never surprise a Portuguese gentleman otherwise than faultlessly attired, whatever the state of bis finances. At any hour of the day, abroad or in the seclusion of home, his dress, from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 15 January 1900

- V 1MB WKEKLT ESTABLISHED f ATlT T TH 1 DAILY ESTABLISHED 1&. ) ' VyJj. 1 1 V. -LcF. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1900. t1TT O mVFC I AT RAILWAY NTwS hT.M'!. Ä IVlU-Ej ö V-'Jll J-O. TIIAIN3 AND SUNDAYS, tLMS. J OBEN AL. -A. f I s J WARREN ON Sir Charles and His Army of 11,000 British Soldiers Finally Heard from. Marched to the East from Camp Frere, by Way of Weenan,' While General Buller Flanked the Boers on the Right. UNCONFIRMED RUMOR FROM DURBAN. Report That Ladysmith Has Been Relieved Not Borne Out by Other Dispatches. Important Movements in Progress in Natal, Although Gen. Lord Roberts Yesterday Reported no Change in the Situation. LONDON, Jan. 15, 5 a. m. Al though Field Marshal Roberts last night reported no change in the situation in South Africa, it is be lieved important events arc trans piring in Natal. Sir Charles "War ren has been heard fromwith an army of 11,000. He is now on the left flank of the Boers, while Bul ler. at" last advices, was on the rig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 15 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1500. advancing and they . were now within T00 yards of us. It wus easy to recognize the kilties they wore wearing. Wc llred at them incessantly. All our bullets seemed to strike. I had not time to be afraid. 1 prayed to God and fired on. aiming each time at on of their men. You know I am not a bad shot. Their Maxims gave us back what wa sent them without a moment's stop. "A few of us, finding our position too risy. ran back to whtre the horses were and went off. I was close to the general and remained. We flred on. he as well as I. i and tried to Ret cover behind three great blocks of rock when a lyddite shell burst close to us and covered 'us with earth and stones. The general withdrew us a little back. At this moment one of my neighbors was hit in the side, but he had strength enough to get to his horse? and galloped off. We were now only fighting on the kopje with the general and the kilties were still advancing and crushing us in a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 15 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1900. New York Store Established 1S53. Sole Acfnii Butterick rattern. Our Third Great January Sale Begins To-Day Embroideries The best wc have ever had better qualities and bet ter prices than ever before Remnants, 5cto 49 c aYard Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus iness enables us to undersell ell others. GEO. J. MAROTT, 22 to 2S East Wash. St Second largest Shoe Store in. the World. Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. University of Indianapolis. fur all kinds of dental work. The fees are to cover the costs only. Receives patients from 9 a. m. to 5 p. to. S. V. Cor. Delaware und Ohle Streets. AMUSEMENTS. "The Rogers Brothers In Wall Street" Is making a big nit at the Boston Museum. ' Louise rtoyce -will form a part of the cast of J. J. Rosenthal's new farco "Hello um." A biography of the late Augustin Paly is being written by his brother, Judge Joseph F. Daly. Delia Fox Is to appear sometime perhaps next year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 15 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1C0O. 1HE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY. JANUARY 15, 10CO. Telephone Calls. Business Office Z2S Editorial Rooms 8C TEUSiS OF SUISCHIPTIOX. DA1LT BY MAIL. r?f!T cn'r, cne mcnih $ .70 Tally onlr, three months 2.0 I tlr only, on yar ! W tallr, IncluClnjc Sunday, one year fiucUay only, cne year 2.C0 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. r'asiy, pr wet-k. by carrier IS cts t'un!ay. rlrjle copy 5 ct Dallr aDl Sunday, per wek, by carrier.... 20 eta - WEEK LT. Ter jear 11.00 Reduced Ilnte to Clubs. Fubscribe with any of our numerous snti cr end subscriptions to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, , Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending: the Journal through the mail la th United Ftatea should put on an eight-rage Taper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve cr elxten-page papr a TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign postage la usually double these rate. All communications intended for publication In tola paper must. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and addre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 15 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1900. We Offer in Open Stock Selections From 25Q Cases IPEIROAIUE That's a "whole lot," so to speak but 'we make the statement in all sincerity and good faith, disclaiming any advertising "lee way" that the offering" represents a total purchase of more than TWO HUNDRED AXZI FIFTY CASUS And exceeds the line shown by some of the most pretentious distribu ters. Through our factory interests and connections in the manufac turing of "Waists," "Shifts," "Bcnncts," "Skirts," etc., our outlet for PERCALE is exceptionally large. We Offer at from 10 to 20 Less Than To-Day's Mill Prices "Garner & Co. s" 36-inch "64x64," "63x72," "84x84," and "100x100." "St. Clair" "Elkwood," "Harmony" and "French." "Arnold Mfg. Co." "Sea Island," "La Reine," "Anambas," "Windsor Mills," "No. 1 Madras," "Windsor," "Cretonne," "Louisienne." Wm. Simpson & Sons "Brandenburg." . 25 cases 10 to 20-yard short piece 36-in. 84x84, 100x100, and 30-in. 68x72 light and ...

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

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1900. v JOUnXAL'S M'SIXESS DIRECTORY. COAL- COAL Coburn Ccat Co., East 22d street. Anth- raclte. coke, hard and soft coal. Phon DYEING BRILL fc CO.. 153 X. Illincli it. and 23 Mas. ave. Party, tall and theatrical dress's cleaned equal to new; also, dyeing and cleaning gents and ladies' garment by expert dyers. FLORISTS BERTERMANN FLORAL COMPANY. . ftw No. 241 Maas a v.. Z2t N. T)et. st. Tel. tV). LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE IAÜNDRT. I. 8. KeiUy. Mgr. IIS-144 Vir, ave. 'Phone tin. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IL PURS ELL (UaaUIa. Furnaces). , ; 231 Mais. aye. BALE AND LIVERT STADLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Huck boards, ate.) a Circle. Tal. 10S7. EIIOW CA J ES - WILLIAM WIEG EL. - III Septa ranaiylTtnlA at UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCH ARD, N. DwUwara at, TaL IL Lady Attendant wall papers U. C. ETEVENß. New Btjla Wall Paper. Low prices. 130 N. Senate ave. TsL X od ZCS2. FL'.XERAL DIRECTOUS FLANNER A BUCHANAN CO North IMnota street. Lady emba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 15 January 1900

t THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUENAL, MONDAY, JANUARY lo, 19Q0. V r TRADERS HOLDING ALOOF LITTLE TEMPTATION IN WALL street for active dealing. Po Inclination to Make a Market for Foreign Holder Local Situation Favorable for Business. At New Tork Saturday money on call was steady at 3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 56 per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with ac tual business In bankers bills at SLSC-j 4.S7 for demand, and SJ.S334.S3!; for sixty days; posted rates, Jl.S434.8iV2 and $4.S7V 4.SS; commercial bills, $ LETT'S 4.S3. Silver certlflcates were KSDc; bar silver was 5Dc; Mexican dollars were 47c Bar silver at London was 27 3-1 6d per ounce. Exports of cold and silver from the port cf New Tork to all countries for the week aggregated VXi,12& in silver bars and coin and S1,0!5,CC5 In gold. The imports of specie for the week were J101.SS5 In gold and $00.872 in silver. The Imports of dry goods and merchan dise at the port of New York for the week were valued at $S,810,7S8. The wee...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 15 January 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1800. Snowy Undermuslins thousands of garments fresh and dainty beautifully trimmed correctly fashioned remarkably low priced Best of all. they ars appreciated. To-day completes the-most uccejsful week of un derwear filing In our history. Still, we are willing to gell more this coming week and thoul.l If the present complete assort ment remain unbroken. SKiRrS of Muslin, ' SIc. TDc, 0c and up to $!.... r Cambric, lc. U.2). LU and up to VJ.W. QOWNS f Muslin. 2?kv 4Dr and fLOc. f Cambric, 43c, 5Cc. Oc, 79c and up to DRAWERS if Muslin. Ant! 49 of Cambric, 45c, Wc, &3c, SSc and up to CORSET COVERS of Cambric, In various degrees of embel lishment. 25c, 40c, ZOc and up to $1.00. Additional floor space and additional gar ments for Monday buyers. L S.AYRES&C0. Indiana's Greatest Distributors of Dry Goods Framing ECT tt CH&APET ttinnlactnrcr cf Grilles and Fret Work. Monday Bargains In Carpets A Dig Lot'or Axmlnster Carpots' Wlltoa ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 January 1900

THE JOTOKNAJL. f'ublicl.ibrarv 4 a I WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1S3. 1 fT 1 m-. . 4 1 INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1900. Tk-nTrcn o TrXTrrc! ( at iiailwat news ktam. JL IxLKjJu o yjiur ic. juiains and eundais, clms DAILY ESTABLISHED 1350. J " SJ, JU i.1 v I 3 4 r r EL SURMISES ROTHING KNOWN OP THE ACTUAL SITUATION IN NATAL. Duller and Warren Are Supposed to Be Fighting: Their War to the Ilellef of Ladysmith. CABLES ABE, HOWEVEE, SILENT AND THE IXKSUIT OF" THEIR OPER. ATIOSS IS SOT YET KNOW. Vine Dlapatch from Roberta Saying? Gen. French Has Shelled the Boera Near Colesburtr Drldffe. ' HETHTJEN STILL INACTIVE , AND GEN. GATACnE SAID .TO BE RESTING AT IIIS CAMP. Unconfirmed Report that Sir! Charles Warren Has Crossed the Tilge la Rirer Beyond Weenan. GOOD . WOBK BY C0L0KIALS SOERS PUZZLED BY THE TACTICS OP THE AUSTRALASIANS. Zlajor General Carrlnjrton Ordered to South Africa Duke of Marlborough to Sail on Saturday. LONDON, Jan. 16, 5 a. m. Not a "word concerning' yesterday's mov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JAKÜAUY 16, '1SG& and relieve Russia, of and occupy Pott Ar thur, and proceed to civilize and regen erate the natives. "Mr. President, my understanding of the duty and the mission of the American people was something far different. I had conceived us to be the last hope of re publics, blessed with a magnificent and large and fertile, and varied area, whtch we were gradually filling up as our own population Increased and where we were welcoming the advent of stranger and foreigners and oppressed from other lands, nrd were seeking to assimilate them with us as citizens of a free republic, and I w?s of the impression that our land was not yet full, not yet overflowing, aid that we had before us days, we hoped, of peace, vast and in teresting and noble social problems that, within our own borders, we were to work out; that we had said to the nations of the earth, 'You who are monarchs may hold your thrones so long as the peo ple will tolerate you, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1900. 0 New York Store Established 1853. Sole Agent Dattevlclc rattern. ccond Day 'Slack Silks 75c Black Satin Duchesse . . 69c 8 Black Satin Duchesse 69c f 1.00 Black Satin Duchesse 85c S $1.25 Black Satin Duchesse $1.00 85c Black Peau de Soie OVC $1.00 Black Peau de Soie 85c f 1.25 Black Peau de Soie $1.00 $1.50 Black Peau de Soie $1.19 75c Black Seuse Taffeta 59c $1.00 27-inch Seuse Taffeta 75c $1.25 27-inch Seuse Taffeta 95c West Aisle. Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR INVOICE SALE OF ... . Neckwear and Shirts Is rearing an end. Your oppor tunity to get $2, $1.50 and $1.00 Neckwear for 50 Cents . $2 and $1.50 Shirts for $1 Will slip from you in the next few days. Don't delay . PAUL H. KRAUSS, 44 E. Wash. St. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Care This preparation Is particularly adapted to the tratmnt of acut COLDrf. COl'GHS. LA GRIPPE. BRONCHITIS. CATARRH. HEAD ACHE, ETC., and the formula as now prepared is the result of the long: experience and ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JANUARY- 16, 1800. THE DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1000. Telephone Call. Business Oir.i 223 2 Editorial Rooms IS tersis or subscription. DAILY BT MAIL Dal'y only, ene month $ .W rally only, three months 2-W rHy only, cn jear M Itly. Including- FunJay. one year 10 -M Eurday only, one year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally, per week, by carrier W ts Funday. tlnjle copy 5 Daily and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. M Par year M-W Reduced Rates to Club. Fubscribe with any of our numerous aenta or end subscriptions to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis Ind. Persona aendlnf the Journal through the mailt fa th United Ftates should put on an elaht-page paper a ON E.CENT postage atair.p; on a twelve cr sixteen-pajrt paper a TWO-CENT postaje stamp. Foreign pottage la usually doubl these, rates. Alt communications intended for publication in this paper must. In order to recelrr attention, be accompanied by the nam and address ...

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