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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 May 1900

INDIANAPOJLI JOUM J .in WEEK vLY ESTA13LIFHCD 1SC2. VHT T YH 131 r KSTAULISHKD 1SC0. i ' VLl. .Li -. löi. INDIANAPOLIS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1900. TTTrT? o nrVTC (AT railway nhvs ftanp?. on 1 IvlOXi O 0-fcjl lC. TRAINS AND SUNDAYS?, i CENTS. DAILY WA 2 0 3 r s i 7 CA IN TWO MONTHS BRITONS BETTIXfl ROBERTS WILL. BE IX PRETORIA IIY JULY. Some Arc? So Sanguine Thfy Are Pre dicting Kroomtad Will De Oc cupied Next Monday. SCOUTS NOW NEAR VENTERS IlECOXXOITEniXG HILLY GROUND WHERE BOERS 3IAY STAND. Roberts, vrith 35,000 Men and 140 Guns, I'reatlDK Dotha and Ills Armr of About 20,000. STEYN EAST OF THABA N'CHU GIVING BATTLE TO TROOrS UNDER Rl'NDLE AND BRABANT. Dispatch to the War Office Telling of the Retreat of the Enrmr from Zand Hirer. LONDON. May 11.. 4:50 a. m. Members of the House of Commons were freely betting in the lobbies last evening that Lord Roberta would be in Pretoria in two months. The Ministerialists arc building confident hopes on the comprehensive plans he had communi...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 May 1900

7 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900. dcncy. And thus was his campaign of 11)00 IrihiiKuratetl. Then towards the close of the afternoon session began the roal contest of the con vention. This was the flsht over the vice presidency, or. rather, the fight over the proposition not to make any nomination for the vice presidential office, but to refer the entire matter to a committer to be ap pointed to confer with the Democrats and Btlver Republicans, in their convention?, to be held at Kansas City. Both the propo sitions to nominate and to refer, and also various compromise suggestions were pre sented, and on them w&3 based quite a memorable debate, which not only devel oped a great deal of oratory, but came near culminating in fisticuffs. Speeches were made by li. Gerry Brown and George F. WasMmrn who, both from the State of iIaHs,chusetts. differed on this proposi tion; by Senators Butler and Allen, who also differed; by General Weaver and Jerry Flrnpson, Dr. Taylor, ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900. New York Store Established 1S53. $ Sole Agent BntterlcU Pattern. Buy Your Carpets Now While our special sale of Carpets is going on. All-Wool Ingrains ... ÖOo Ten-Wire Tapestry Brussels . ?C5o Elegant Axminsters . . 8J3o Then the Linoleums and Rugs are special, too. Come down to-day. It will pay you. Third Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. "TELL THE TRUTH - Low Prices on Canoed Goods Fine sweet Sugar Corn. 74c a'can. Solid packed Tomatoes, Hc a can. Sweet and tender Peas. 7Vic a can. 3-pound can String Beans. 7!.c Green Gage Plums, Peaches In sirup. Barrett Pears, 15c. 3-pound can Raspberries, MONARCH GROCERY 112 East Washington St 16th and Illinois Sts. Telephone 1453 Tel. 1469 OvUR Large Stock and Large Bus- Iness enables us to undersell all others. . GEO. J MAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wasb. St Second largest Shoe Store In the World. AMUSEMENTS. Northern Lights at th Par Theater K'nrtJifw TJirhts a melodrama belong- Ing to the more rational clas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY,- MAY 11, lüöö. THE DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900. Telephone Call. Busin OfEe 223 Editorial Rooms 84 TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BT MAIL Dally only, ne month IV" Il!y only, three months 2 Xally only. one year I-0O Daily. Including Sunday, one year 1" M Bumlay only, one year ; 104 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally. per week, by carrier IS cts Kjnuay. single copy : 5 cts jDally and Sunday. per wek. by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Per year....: 11-00 Itedaeed Rates to Club. Proscribe with any of our numerous agrents or end subscription to tht JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending the Journal through the malls In th UritM Ftn'r should rut on an eight-pare Taper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve vr Blxten-pac paper a TWO-CENT postare tamp. Foreign postage ts usually doubl these rate. All communication Intended for publication In this paper mut. In ordT to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of the Writer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900. 5 WILL SOT ARBITRATE charge of the Keep Interests. Mrs, Schley was known to the public chiefly In connec tion with her gifts to public Institutions. She gave the New York Opthalmlc Hospi tal about J250.000 and endowed the Keep Memorial Home for Old People In Middle town. N. Y. SPAIN TROUBLED AGAIN STREET-RAILWAY OFFICIALS DE CLINE TO MAKC CONCESSIONS. Washington and Pennsylvania Streets. ROYAL um ott t ttt rm i no r tot IOWA'S GOVERNOR WILL DE OSU OF BIG FOUR AT PHILADELPHIA. Other Delegates Chosen at the State Convention Yesterday and a Platform Adopted. SILVEEITES BACK IK FOLD SIAXY ATTENDED THE COLORADO REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Delegates Pledged to McKinley Utah's Four Also Instructed Cockran's Position. DES MOINES. Ia,, May 10.-At the Re publican convention held here to-day the following were elected delegates at large to the national convention at Philadelphia: Governor Leslie M. Shaw, Colonel George II. French, Davenport: Dr. E. II...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 May 1900

G THE. INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900. joinxAL's iiusixEss DinncTonY. Wm. I Ttlc. 205 West Mlcblrmn street. Tele phones: cid. 27iu; new. Territory weit of White rivtr. COALr COAI-Ccburn Coal Co., East 2M st An thracite, coke, hard anfl oft coaL Phon 2IU DTeTnÖ , . I3KILL & CO.. fancy dyers and cleaner;, silk curtains, any color, cleaned and UnUhed equal to new; Kteo Ladis' llfrht cloth Jackt a spe cialty. tCS Massachusetts avenue and 15 North Illinois ttrett. Ki-oUlöTS T?nBTKTiMNX FLOR AT COM PANT. New No. 241 Masa are.. ZJl N. Del, at. Tel. tta. Laundkiea ' T'NION CO-OPKTtATTVn LAUNDRY. Work called for. 121-144 Vir?, are. Thon IMS. 1IANTJLIL3 AND GUATE3 ' . r. it. PURS ELL (Mantels. Furnscf). 231 Mais. aTe. i'ATNT LAWYERS V. II. LOCKWOOD. ' 415-418 Lemcks building. AND LIVEKY STAHLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Buck boards, etc.) U Circle. Tel. 1037. fctlOW CASES WILLIAM WEIOEL. Zii South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS . FRANK RLANCHARD. M N. Delaware st. Tel 411. L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900. 9 A Worthy Home Enterprise. SHARES IN THE Power Building Company Large amount of stock already sub scribed. Remainder now offered at par. Kare chance for a dividend-paying invest- j . . mi : i-,- .1o I mem maisriii iargeiy wiiuw Call or send for prospectus. The Central Trust Company Financial Ajrents, o. J30 East 3Irket Street. NO DELAY. BEST TERMS. LOWEST RATES. THE MARION TRUST CO. N. E. Ccr. Monument Place and Market St SAFE DEPOSITS. i. A. HL1CHER&CO.'S Safe Ho x? OS it: Vault 30 East AVuahlnaton Street Absolut safety against lire and burglar. Po liceman day and night on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money, Bonds. Wills. Deed. Ab stracts. Sliver Plate. Jewels and valuable Trunks, Packages, etc Contains 2.100 boxes. Kent 85 to 4 5rerjear. JOIIX 3. TARKl.GTO.XMMM.MManager. CHECK IN LIQUIDATION IX VE ST 51 E X T DUYEIIS MAKE THEIR APPEARANCE OX 'CHANGE. Stocka Hammered by the Dears Late in the Dar Local Buslues Re tarded by ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 May 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900. L S. AYRES&CO. Sole Agent for Standard rattern. Silk Dimities and Organdies The airy, fairy beauty of fine "woven cotton, enhanced by the lustrous richness of spun silk. Could you imagine a happier combination for a summer tex tile? No doubt but that bright minds evolved the thought be fore this, but certainly the skill of the weaver was not equal to his task. Modern machinery helps him now, and the result is the sheerest, prettiest fabrics you've ever beheld. Silk Dimities 59c a Yard We offer them In white, black, light blue or pink plain colors. They are glossy as a cobweb and almost as sheer. Satin-Stripe Dimities, 50c These come printed In either stripes or figures on plain white or tinted grounds a marvel of textile beauty. Silk Organdies Sell at 50c You're more familiar with these. But It is a familiarity that has bred popu larity. They are beautiful, and our range of colorings embraces any that you could possibly want. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 May 1900

IAWAEÖHB JOIJEMAI H A I VOL. L-NO. 132. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY . 12, 1900. TTTni? O nTVTC JAT RAILWAY NEWS fiTANPS. ON' X IyLKjUj O OJlilN IÖ. J TRAINS AND 6UNÜAYP, 6 C ENTS. DAILY ESTABLISHED XSiO. r 1MB ma rn Mcmn rr FEW 3IEN CONCERNED IX THE CUBAN FOSTAL FRAUDS. Story of an I'xtcnslve riot to Swindle the Government Discredited at Washington. BETUBN OF C0I0NEL BUETON WHO INVESTIGATED THE ALLEGED THEFTS OF POSTAL FUNDS. Result of the Inquiry Said to Sab tantlate the Charge Against Charles F. W. Neely. ANOTHEE SET OF PBOBEES POSTOFFICE IXSrECTOIlS ORDERED TO PROCEED TO HAVANA. Statement from Neely's Counsel The Huncle Man Positive the Sur charge Stamps Were Destroyed. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON, May 11. Colonel Burton, the military Inspector who unearthed the postal frauds In Cuba, reached Washington this morning and laid the facts in his pos session before officials of the several de partments that are directly Interested in the prosecution of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1900. almost together, and they and their sec onds exchanged handshakes. Jeffries looked brown. rugged and strong. He smiled an occasional recognition to a friend In the crowd, but for the moft part seemed seri ous. He looked burly in his blue sweater. Corbett was clean, white and trim. He said he weighed more than on the day mad memorable in pucili.ra when he de feated Sullivan, but he did nit look it. May be that it came in comparison with the biff man who faced him. for contrast produces the sharpest effect. He looked in splendid condition, and his appeararce told the truth as exemplified by his marvelous bat tle against the odds of strength. The crowd showed its first enthusiasm over the announcement that Charley White would referee the fight. White holds the confidence of the sporting public,' which rates him a favorite. There was a roar of applause when ha entered the ring. There was ä brief wrangle over the bandages on Corbett's han...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1900. CVY I il Iv ülUi t Established 1853. Sole Acrnti Dutterlck Patterns. TWO SPECIALS TAILORED SUITS AND JACKETS This lot is composed of Garments that are new and of the latent cut wm d offered at one-half the regular prices. Suits colored and black, worth 510 to SIS for $5.00 and $7.50 Jackets colored and black were $10 to 0, special $5.00 and $10.00 SALE FLOUNCE WRAPPERS Made of light, dark and medium shades of. lawns and .percales. Deep full; flounce and trimmed with fancy braid. Those worth Sl.Oö to 11.25 89.C:! Those worth $1.50 to $1.73, for Second Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. KNOX'S WORLD RENOWNED HATS FOR v J. Ladies and Gentlemen W Knox's latest creations ''-n-V. ,n Trimmed and Walking ffeÄg&fä l,ats- Call and see them. Steplieiis $3 Hats Best on Earth for the Honey. A. B. STEPHENS, Pennsylvania St AMUSEMENTS. ' A unique event In Newark, N. J., next Monday night, will bo the production of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by a company made...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 May 1900

'A THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1900. Telephone Calls. Easiness Office.. :,'.S Editorial Rooms 8 TKHMS of unscniiTiux. DAILY DY MAIL. pHy mir. one month f.7 lally only, three months Daily only, one year 1.00 Dally. InHu.liiw? SumUr. on year 1 Sunday only, one year......................... 2.00 WHEN' FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally. pr ek. by carrier '. 1 ets P-jri'lay, ringle copy S cts Daily and Sunday, per wok. by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Per year $1.00 Reduced Rates to CI ab. Fubwrlbe with any of our numerous agent or nd subscription to tn JOURNAL- NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons mndlnflr the Journal throurh the malls ln-.th? UnltM Ptafe should rut on an licht-pa tpr a ONE-CENT posta stamp: on a twelve w rixteen-pare parr a TWO-CENT postage ttamp. Foreign postage 1s usually double these atea. ' All communications Intended for publication In this paper nun, I ordr to receive attention, be crom pan led by the name ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, TJAY 12, ISM C r '4 I Wo havo planr.ad for Mo IT THE The V3v - - . - SilkDep Offozrs Taffeta illrs In Blacks, all widths, 19 to 28 inches; Fancys, Cords, Hem stitched, Hair-lines, Persians, Pekin Stripes, Black and White, Lace Effects. China Sillcs 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.7 ilk Popularity 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. ' '. (EXCLUSIVELY "WHOLESALE.) $72,000 U. S. Government, coupon 3s. $6,500 Lawrence County, Ind., 4s. Belt R. R. Preferred Stock. Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Price and particulars upon application. CA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1900. r 6 JOURXAI3 DUSIXESS DIRECTORY. Wm. L. Rice. 215 West Michigan street- Tele phones: oM. 27; new. Zl'JL Terr.ory west of white river. . COAL . - . ' ' . COAL Coburn Coal Co., East 213 tt An tnractte, coke, hard and oft coaL Phone 243. OYEINO BRILL &. CO.. fancy dyer an.l cleaners: silk curtains, any color, cleaned and finished equal to mw; also lad if V light clot jacket a spe cialty. 228 Massachusetts avenue and 1S5 North Illinois street. : ' r ' Vlouists ' ! ; pertermann floral com fa nt. ' ' New So. 211 Mm ve.. I2 K. Del, at. Tel. U9. LAUNDRIES T7""" 1 1 UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. XVork called for. 121-14 Vir, avt. 'Phone ISO. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IL PURS ELL" (Mantels, Furnaces). 231 Mm. are. bATZNT LAWYERS V. IL LOCKWOOD, ' : 413-M Lemeka balldlne. BALE AND LIVERY 6TAULES HORACE WOOD ."(Carriages. Traps. Buck- t Doarus, eic. p i 1 ' 25 Circle. Tel. 1Ö37. lUiOW eASESwi "WILLIAM WEIGEL. - , u ,W43 South Meridian Street. UNDE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1900. Indiana Title Gnaranty & Loan Co This Company has the most complete Title riant in Indian, f mf.rnrin the eparate Planta of ELLIOTT dt BUTLEH, WILLIAM C. ANDERSON. and TU EODOHE STEIN. These have stood the test for more than a third of a century. TITLE INSURANCE. ABSTRACTS. LOANS. 8 AFC DEPOSITS. i. A. I LL.TCHER& CO.'S Sofo Ioroit VOLtJ.lt 30 Cast Washington Street Absolute safety against fire and burglar. To Ilceman day and night on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Uony, Bond. Wills. Deeds. Ab stracts. Kilver Plate. Jewels and valuable Trunk, Packages, etc Contains 1100 boxes. Kent 95 to 845 per year. JOHN S. TARKIKGTO....Manaa;er. ADVANCE IS CHECKED UdHOATIOX SETS II AXRW IX THE WALL-STREET STOCKS. Prices Tooth Lowest Level of the Week Improvement In Local Dul lness and Promise of 31 ore. At New York yesterday money on call was steady at Z2- per cent.; last loan, I per cent. Prime mercantile paper, Slli per cent. Sterli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 May 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1000. Queen Quality at $3 Is an everj-day bargain. All the stjle of any Shoe, much com fort that is not attainable In higher-priced Shoes, with a more limited number of designs, and a wearing quality that chal lenges all shoedom. 40 styles to cboose from. Any v. idtb, A A to EE. Calf, kid or patent leathers. Boots... $3.00 Oxfords $2.50 Children's, Misses and Little Gents' Shoes of equal merit at proportionate prices. L. S. AYRES & CO. Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods. Afflsnfactorcr of Grilles and Fret Work. ii IIEN Kmjrhthood Was in Plower," ir -..-,1 r..n.in might expect 'To Have and To Hold," and so might "Janice Meredith." But we could satisfy both of them and 'David Harum," too, that there never was a time when they could satisfy their wants and wishes in the wny of -Carpets, Curtains and Wall Paper so thoroughly as now at our establishment, and at a close margin of price that even D. Harum would agree to. Come see....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

UNBAY Part One Pages 1 to 8 A WEEKLY ESTAHLIFTtED IS3. 5VHT T T0 V-l DAILY ESTABLISHED 1S1X ' VJU. J lVJ 1ÖO. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1900-TWENTY PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE JO ROBERT Second Capital of the cupied by the British Commander. No Opposition Encountered, President Steyn Having Fled and Proclaimed Lindley as His New Seat i Government. BASE DESERTION Refused to Fight with gulfing Them in Many of Steyn's Burghers Returning to Their Homes, and the Botha-Dewet Forces Headed Towards Pretoria Beginning of the End. LONDON, May 12. The War Office, has received the following dispatch from General Roberts: "Kroonstad, May 12, 2 p. m. I entered Kroonstad at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon without opposition. The union jack was hoisted amid cheers from the few British sub jects. "President Steyn fled last even ing after vainly endeavoring to persuade the burghers to continue opposing. The Transvaalers said they would no longer fight on Or ange Free State soil, and made off ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAT 13, 1900. company was willing to accept were found to be unsatisfactory to the union and vice versa, so after trips back and forth the committee of union labor employers found their mission far from accomplishment. They tried to arrange another conference to-night, but Mr. Whlttaker said he was leaving the city and the conference had to be declared off. The grievance committee cf the strikers and Mr. Woodward's com mittee will meet at the Mercantile Club at 8 a. m. Monday. With the assistance of the police the Tran sit company succeeded in getting three more of Its lines open to-day, although one was disabled temporarily by cut wires and barricades. The new lines opened were the Page and Spalding lines of the Llndell division and the Laclede-avenue line. In addition the Delmar, Park-avenue, Comp ton Heights Park and California-avenue lines were operated more or less regularly. No cars were run on any of them, however, after 7 p. m. The Suburban ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

AMÜSEMENTS. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1900. 3 FACTORY BURNED DOWN 8CYJIOUR FIIIMTIIIE PLANT DC - ?TItOYED 'WITH HEAVY LOSS. Incendlnry Fire at Locamiiort 3Iayor of Kokomo on Dlvlne Healers Another Shelby Deficit. Fpeclal to the Indianapolis Journal. SEYMOUR. Ind.. May 12.-At 8:30 o'clock to-night the Progress furniture factory was djscovered to be on fire, and In thirty min utes the largo building was in ruins and all Its contents destroyed, entailing a loss of 520,00), with but 13,000 Insurance. Ten carloads of furniture ready for shipment were consumed, together with the tools of the fifty employes. The factory was crowded with orders. and its destruction is a great loss to its owners, who have just within the last year begun to build up a fair trade for their product. The origin of the fire is unknown. As It was first discovered in the racking department some are of opln Ion that thti building was fired. 1 EVIDOCn OF INCENDIARISM. Fonnd In n Snlonn Fire at Locampo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1900. LAYMEN TOO GREEDY METHODIST CLERGY THINK S03IE : .11112 ASKING OVEH3IICII. Say They Should Kent Content irlth Equal Representation In the General Conference. BACKSET FOR THE AMBITIOUS CLERICALS DECLINE TO 3IAKE THE LAITY ELIGIBLE FOIl BISHOPRICS. Report of Committee on Episcopacy raron Gooduin'ii Review and Characteristic Comments. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. CHICAGO. May 12. The clergy gave the laity a setback to-day at the Methodist General Conference. Some of the clerical delegates consider the laymen a rapacious set, -whose hunger for recognition should have been appeasedvvhen they were given 'equal representation In the General Confer , ence. The laymen, however, having had a taste of a "good thing." want .more, and many outsiders think their appetite should . be satisfied. To-day Delegate Elliott, of Philadelphia, had the audacity to propose to make laymen eligible as bishops, but the conference did not agree with him an...

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