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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

T3E IKDIAKAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, T.1AY 13, 1S0O. 5 rnr-r who value a neat appearance even in the hottest vcaiher. The other suit is the 3 -button sack, vest of the same, or a white or fancy v&iscoat. These suits look good enough for anybody towearany-vhcrcm what Benjamin Franklin said about a good appearance That it was the best totter of Introduction Hero they go at $15.00. At tile FAVORABLE I Offered THE TRADE to visit indunapoOs TH IS WEEK All Railroads make rate Two Cents per mile for round trip May 14, 15, 16 coming, and good returning to and including May 19. We Make Specially Attractive Prices on Many Lines And have in open stock, for prompt delivery, very large and attractive assortments Summer Merchandise "White Goods," "Wash Dress Goods," Underwear," Hosiery," Percales," Linens," Plain, Col ored and Printed Cottons, etc. 50 Cases Standard Black and Mourning Prints Special Price. 25 Cases Standard Turkey Red Alourning Prints Special Price. 50 Cases Standard Indigo Blue...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAY 13, UZd. JOIRXAIS nt'SIXESS DIRECTORY. Wm. L. P.lcv, 2P3 Wett Michigan street. TclA rhnes: eld. IVTio: nw, SlL Ttrricry west of i hit rtyr. CuALr- " COALr-Ccburn Coal Co.. J!at 524 ft- An- thractte. coke. hard nd oft coftl. Thon 2S. DICING EUII.L A CO.. fancy drer and cleaners: allk eurtatns. anr color, rlnrrfl und flnthd cqul to new; alo la-Us llht cloth Jack-? a np- flalty. r.:s Massachusetts avenue and 13 North r.EHTTZRMANW FLORAL COM PANT, Nw So. ;n Mit 126 S. Del, at. Tel. UX T'NION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNPRT. CTcrlt caT'ed for. K3-144 Vlrg. ave. 'Phong 12C1. ua.ti:ls and giIates r. iL ru IIS ELL (Maates, Furnace). 2S1 Hit. T. PATENT LAWYEliS- V. II. LOCK WOOD. V S-ttS Lemcfca balMtnc. A.NÜ LI VEIL? STAHLES HORACE WOOD (Carrlae. Trap. Buofc boanis. f?c.) 2$ Circle. TeL 1537. SHOW CAFES WILLI Alt WETGEU 2t3 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS . FRANK P.LANCIIARD. S3 N. Delaware at. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. Wall pXpeks ' II- C. STEVENS. New Sty! Wa...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, J.IAY 13, 1800. 4-- SLUGGING BY BOTH CLUBS jioosiciis vsnn seveiial pitchers BIT WOX THE GA3I.. The Contest Lasted for Ttvo Honrs and a Half Illjc Crowil Present Other Gumxa. Indiannpnll .14 Chimin . . . . ,12 Kansas City . 5 Detroit 1 Minneapolis .11 BnfTalo ..... 3 Cle v el a nd-Miltrnukee Ha In. To-Day Scheduled Games. Chicago at Detroit. Standing of the Cialis. Club?. Played. "Won. Lost. Pet. Milwaukee IS 12 6 .657 Indianapolis 17 11 6 .017 Cleveland Id 9 7 ' .tt Kansas City 20 10 10 .500 ChU-ugo 19 0 10 .474 Buffalo Iß 7 9 .438 Minneapolls 21 9 12 .429 Detroit 17 5 12 .294 For two hours ann thirty minutes yester l.iy afternoon the Indianapolis and Chicago tall clubs waged the fiercest war for su jrfmacy that has yet been carried on at "Washington Park, and the 2.500 people pres ent were hoarse from applauding and root irg for the Indians to come out victorious, which they did by a score of It to 12. At no time during the game would It have lren...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

0 THE IKDIAIJA2QLIG JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAY:. 1 O, w 'cfwturer of Grilles and Fret Work. "The Hole in the Wall" Wlicre the winter fire uas is ugly and useless. Cover It Up at .... Monday's Bargain Sale. We offer a special lot of mahogany and oak FIRE SCREENS AT 9oc. Also, one lot of 3-fold oak screens, 5 feet hifjh, filled with silkoline, at 1.05 each. You will want one of these to put in that double door of yours, or to hide some article of furniture. 2rNow's your chance to get them. Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 YVt IVafthlngton St. Hardwood Floors laid. Cn!h4 aod rtflnUhcd. Oxblood and Electric Blue Will bo the moFt popular colors in Nepllpe Shirts this year. We have them and many other colors in a very large variety of pat terns For $1.00 "With cuffs to match. We also have them with two hlffh-band turn-down collars and cufTa to match For i&l.CSO Don't forget we have the best Hat In town for All styles and all colors at the Danbury Hat Co. No. E. Washingt...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

-v Part Two ritlCE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1900. rillCE FIVE CENTS. NDAi el O ID'IRl W All An JL JÜLHi Pages 9 to 16 Queen Quality , Shoes V mm m Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods Improved Standard Patterns J( Ä.V Si 1: i V f . n J b! A ; jm . f Wfaee You Boy "Qoeera Quality" There's back of it the guarantee of the greatest shoe factory in the world devoted to the task of producing women's fine footwear. "Queen Quality's" makers have worked and con tinue to work toward one ideal, that of producing as good a shoe as it is possible to make and selling it for less than really fine footwear was ever sold before. The result is Queen Quality at $3. We are exclusive agents in Indianapolis and show forty styles in very variety of weight, width and length lightest kid to calf, 1 to 8, AA to EE all boots, $3; Oxfords, $2.50, with one exception. We submit below four descriptions of favorite designs. The Rugby Shape Fashion's Favorite j Spanish Opera Hand-se...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

THE IKDIANÄPOLIS JOUEKAL, SUNDAY, HAY 13, 'ICOO. 10 us oft when we were sitting on the hill over yonder. Anyhow, I can't stop this morning tor anything like that." It is the only in stance I ever observed of apparently un necessary recklessness on his part. He was kind in the extreme to his sol diers. iint yet not ostentatiously so. He tilt! not "honey" them, as officers who seek popularity sometimes do and mistakenly always. He IM not hesitate to order them on exhausting marches; to send them on a charge where death was certain; nor to do anything else with them which, in his opinion, th situation demanded. He re quired of them service, service, service, as he required the same, and as hard, of him self. And yet the men's love for him. ex ceeded that of any affection I ever saw men display for another. One Intensely hot day men had ben marching ani fighting. As Lawton came along they had halted and thrown them selves In thp shade of bushes by the road Side, most of them panting lik...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1800. 11 The City's SOCIAL LIFE M M Events, Gayeties and Persona! AcUvIUes oT theWeek rt3 Time was that Strephon, when he fouad A Chloe to his mind, F'Misht not how Dun reported hr. Nor laret while Tlm distorted her, Uut ru.het rlrht In and courted her. As r.tture had deigned. If l!ffrnt now; my Lucy, there. How gladly would I woo! put scares of such monstrosity O-mfront with such ferocity Jlv impetuosity. What Is a man to do? Etrepnon and Chlo had a hut. And trouKh. about the door. The wolf rnUht raife. his serenade, N latter day menagerie bayed Its warning rm to man and maid: "Wed not II ye &rj poor!" But I. wh.it monters must I face When I for Lucy u! What landlords roarlnjc for their rent! What trcops cf duni by grocers rent! And fhape of want and discontent Calamitous to view! Stay. Lucy, stay! I'm bold and stout. I'll rout the grisly crew. Be constr.nt. love, and hope and wait. And by the time you're thirty-eight I may. perhaps, ha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

on THE IliDIAlTAPOLIG JOTJHITAL, SUNDAY, HAY iq JLJi THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1000. Telephone - Calif. Justness OCm. HCl I Editorial Rooms 8 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BT MAIL. Dally only, cn month -T1) fl!y only, three month Z.0O pally only, one year S.00 pally. Including Sunday, one year 1.) lunday only, one year ... 2.00 "WHEN FUTINIFIIED BY AGENTS. Dally. per week. Tey carrier IS cts funriay. slngl copy 5 cts Daily and Sunday, per wwk, by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Per year..... $1.00 Reduced Rate to Clubs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or lend subscription to tb JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolls, Ind. Terscns sending the Journal through the malls In the United Statin should put on an eiht-pase rPT a ONE-CENT postag tanvr: on a twelve jt sixteen-page paper a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication in this paper must, in order to receive attention, be accompanied by th? name a...

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

x an liuaitkjr uwuü x per, J Ton freut I nnrt li nhnlst rcr? ceats (19 AH iv. ..i.. . M cola 51 oft THE ' INDIAiTAPOLjG ' 30TWLZ,- GUIT-3AY,. HAY 13, ICOD. WOES OF THE MOTORMAN' HC GCTS MUCH AUt'SC AXD LITTLE ritAisn for his Avonxc. Many. Time Ills Heart I In Uli Throatf and the Wear and Tear on Xertf Is Frljxntfnl. Kcw York Times. The evolution of the motorman from the old horse car driver Is an Interesting change. In which the progress of the Indi vidual Is not always accompanied by cor responding advantages. There are several hundred motormen In New York who were formerly horse car drivers, and they unan imously acknowledge that there was more satisfaction in driving the horses than In engineering the cable or electric cars through the crowded avenues. The all but total extinction of the former species of workmen In the city has had the effect of calling up many reminiscences this winter, and the other day an Intelligent operator on a down-town cable car expressed some sentiments...

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

Kranich & Bach Wegman THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, ..HAY 13, 1CC0. -rr-p-t - - -n ENGLISH'S j; IPlSLrcs sunidL ;: grand : ; ! ' !' PARK 1 ' jPlaLroir I empire j 'A long an3 brilliant season comes to Its end at Engl!5h's Opra House Saturday night of the current week with one of the most roteworthy attractions that has ever ben presented at that hour. When it was announced some five or six "veeks ago that the Webr & Fields All Star Stock Company ivould leave their famous New York music hall. Saturday. May 5, for a four weeks' tour of the principal cities of the East and Middle West a rush took place among the atrical managers of the places to be visited, to see who would be fortunate enough to eure the attraction. All proprietors of amusement houses understood perfectly well that such theaters as were included in The Syndicate" would have the call on "Weber Sc Field?, unless possibly an extra money consideration held out as a bait xniht bring about a change In the route. ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1900. 15 The Mysterious Master By WILLIAM LH QUEUX. Copyright, 1900, by William Le Queux. I re.Mly ought not to relate this etory, I Ftipposo, b?au?e the person It chiefly con cerns is still living and is one of the best known men in Europe.' Hut as biographers have a habit of betraying confidences I think that in this matter I may be' for given If I anticipate them. I was poor, my clothes were threadbare and my stomach was often painfully empty, for unlike the crowd of English and Ameri can art students In Florence, I was com pelled to pinch myself very severely, in order to continue my studies In the Lily City. My share of chagrin and disappoint ment had been a boundless one, heaven knows; yet one afternoon In May the scales fell rudely from ray eyes and I real ized the bitter truth. While busy copying Purer's "Adoration of the Magi" in the Uffizi. in an attempt to grasp its marvelous, technical handling and fluency of coloring, three brig...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

IG THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1900. THE VOICE OF THE PULPIT the Avnnnixcs nonut it j.h the SIMPLE .OBlLlTY OF LIFE. A Short and JinRKfuHvp DItronrie ly the Hev. II. tirnnt Holies, D. I)., Lutheran, of Denver, Col. And -when the king came In to see the guests, he saw there a man who had not on the wedding garment." Mat. xxli, 11. The ftory from which the text Is taken la aimed at thoe who expect to win heav es without complying with the conditions attached who fancy some especial mercy will be granted them In the last moments of life; who, though Immersed in selfish ness and covered, with wickedness, trust that they may be transfigured In the hour of death, and find the white garment of the saints cast about them. Let us get this firmly fixed in our thought the only heaven possible on earth or in the skies, is in learning God's laws and obeying them. The gospel Invitation Is to a life of joyousness and companionship with God but certain conditions are at tached which I...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

NBA- I JO HJRNA Part Thr Pages 17 to 20 WW A PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. JLliJüd The Mail Order Business Is a prominent feature with us. Ask for samples of anything at any time, we'll see that they reach you promptly and be just what you want. w To e I And avoid misunderstandings that are apt to occur by the wrong inter pretations of suit descriptions and announcements, we have resolved to DIVIDE OUR ENTIRE SELECTION OF TAILOR-MADE SUITS for this week into THREE inriENSE LOTS at THREE EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES. "Style and quality above the average." IvOt 1 Includes every fine and high-grade Suit In our stock- "None reserved." Suits that sold icacllly at J1S.00, $20.0), $22.50, 523.00, S2S.00. J30.00. Your unrestricted choice of over one hundred Suits, col ors and black, sizes 22 to 40, at $13.48 Wash Dress Goods BATISTES An endless variety of patterns, light and dark grounds, our 12VsC r quality VC INDIA FOULARDS 33 to 36 Inches wide,...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUHNAL, SUNDAY, 1JAY 13, ICC. QUEER FOODS FOR SALE BROUGHT TO SHW YOIUC FROM ALL QUAUTDIIS OP THE HARTH. Each Förrien Colony Imports It Spe cial ntlTC Staplewlllrds uti, Shark Flu and Snulla. New York Evening Post. Ileccnt large importations of strange dried fish, birds nests and sharks' fins for the Chinese give point to tho asser tion that the food of all the races of the earth Is to be had in this city for the seek ing; nor is it hard to find. The peoples who make their way here from every quar ter of the globe, and frcm little colonies when their number Is sufficient, leave oft their native dress and change their cus toms; but they hold fast to their religion and import much of their food. There are native restaurants In every one of the quarters, and in most there are little stores where, with all sorts of odds and ends that can bo found nowhere else in the city, the home food is on sale for the house wives. It is possible, on successive even ings, to be Btrrv...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1C00. 19 MANY MITES MAKE A MÜCKLE" Nearly Every One Can Spare a Mite at Some Time. : : : : DEPOSIT THE MITE IN THE Indiana Trust Co. And the "Mückle' will take rare of themselves. : : ; t 3 Per Cent. Interest on Deposits of One Dollar and Upward, Which May be Made at Any Time. CAPITAL SURPLUS - Liability of Stockholders, 51,000,000 $75,000 $l,00GOOO OFFICES: Indiana Trust Building the; Central Trust Company .Arts as executor, administrator, guardian, re ceiver, assignee or trustee under will or by ap pointment of court. Takes entire charge of estates, real and per gonal. Act as atjent for married women and others rn-ectlng their individual property in the man agfment of their estates. Acts as custodian for wills and other impor tant papers, and consults aa to them and all trust matters without charge. Office No. 150 East Market St. SAFD DEPOSITS. i. A. -I Lt1ChfcU& CO.'S Safe Deposit Vcivilt SO Cast Washington Street Absolute safety agai...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 May 1900

Saiier & leerer 20 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAY 10, 1CC0. FARMING AS fl CALLING ADVICn TO YOCSO MHX WITH 3IOO EIlATi: CA11TAL TO CO.NSIDKIl IT. The Dnilnfii Offers Profit as Well as Pleasure to the Progressive, lp-to-late Man. Now York Evening Tost.. The generally accepted, and by no means Incorrect. Idea of the "gentleman farmer" U a man of large means, who purchases a generous tract of land, erects buildings thereon without regard to their cost, ac quires the "fanciest" breeds of cattle and hcrscs, and, installing over his farm a manager to take practical care of what he himself understands nothing about, from that time goes on rejoicing if the deficit of one year is not larger than that of Its predecessor. A good deal Is heard of this kind of farming, and because of the at tentloii given in recent years to the aban doned farms of New England, and the po litical discontent of the farming class, the Idea is almost universal among persons who are not farmers that farmin...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 May 1900

INDIANAPOLIS JOUEMAI r TT WEEK LT ESTABLISHED 1ST3. YOT DAILY ESTABLISHED J ' VAj. L N( ,."v' INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1U00. TTTm? o nrvTC ut railway news rtanps. on J JilUrj O Vi!ii I?. f TRAINS AM SUNDAYS, 5 CENTS. ) ) f. I WAR NEAR END correspondents ix south afiiica SAY IT IS PRACTICALLY OVER. Dotr Are Utterly Disheartened by Lord Roberts's Rapid Advance and Strategie Sloveiueuts. STEYN FRANTIC WITH EAGE KICKED AXD CI FFED THE BURGII ERS WHO HEFLSED TO FIGHT. Deserted ly Tranivanlrri, lie Ilms Gone to Lindler -with the Archives of lila Government. PRAISE FOR LORD ROBERTS "WHOSE LATEST FEAT IS LIKENED TO IIIS 3IARCII TO KANDAHAR. Boers Still In n Poiiltlon to Harass the British, Having Lost No Gans and Few 3Ien. NO WORD FROM GEN. BULLER WHO WAS ADVANCING OX BIGGARS BURG AT LAST REPORTS. AH Residents of fie Transvaal to Be Called to Defend the Republic A Durban Rumor. LONDON. May 11, 4 a. m. "The war Is practically over," says the Dally Chron icle's Kroonstadt corresp...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 May 1900

2 THE INDIAN APO LIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 14, 1900. cable slot, causing a delay to traffic of over half an hour. No damage resulted. ST. LOl'IS DKAD YESTERDAY. So Street Cars, Kxcept Those Carrying the Mnlla. Were Ran. ST. LOUI3. Mo., May 13. This, the sixth day of the street-railway strike, has been cf peclally quiet and devoid of interest. Not a wheel on any of the lines, except of the mail cars, was turned In the city to-day, in consequence of the decision of Chief of Po lice Campbell to give the men of the force, who had had but little time for rest during the past five days, a chance to recuperate for the coming week. The management of the ' two street-railway companies, who feared to run cars without police protec tion, decided to make no attempt to keep their lines open to-day. As a result the turbulent scenes that last week marked the reopening of the different lines were not experienced and the day passed off without any serious trouble. The only po lice on duty were statio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 14, 1900. 3 New V'ork Store . '' Established 1853. Sole Agenti Datterlclc rattern. . Great Alteration Sale Starts with the tap of the bell this morning. Come down, there's many a thing you want that's marked at prices to suit. Pettis Dry Goods Co. TUR Large Stock and Large Bus Iness enables us to undersell nil others. liEO. J.MAR0n,221o28East Wash. SL Second largest Shoe Store In the World. AMUSEMENTS. Ada. Rehan plays In South Bend. Ind., to- 'night. Arthur W. Plnero la reported to be at work on a new play for Olga Nethersole. which he will produce when "Sapho be gins. to wane in popularity. .- XXX The Queen's Drawing- Room" Is the title of the new pliy In which Mrs. Leslie Carter Is to be Men next season. David Belasco Is said to be Its author. "XXX . "A Man of Forty," the comedy In which George Alexander Is now appearing In Lon-v don with great success, is to be presented In America next season by John Drew. XXX Thursday at the place of busin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 14 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL,7 MONDAY, MAY 14, iöOO. THE DAILY JOUltNAL r MONDAY, MAY 14, 1000. r Telephone Call. Business Offlee 22 Editorial Rooms. .S6 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' DAILY BT MAIL. Pally on!y,jn month IT 70 IaUy only, tftree months r 00 Ial!v only, one year 8.00 I'aily, including Sunday, on year 1VW Sunday only, on year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. raHy. per week, by carrier 15 cts Fun. lay. single copy 5 eti Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 ct - ' : WEEKLY. year ;L00 Reduced' Rates to Clubs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to ht JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolls Ind. Persons sendln the Journal through the malls in the Un1td Stat should put on an elRht-pae paper a ONE-CENT postage ftamp: on a twelve r elxten-pajce paper a TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign pottage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention. be accompanied by the name and address o...

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