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

THE INDIA1TAP0LIG JOTJItlTAL, 0UI1DAY, UAY 0, 10 tfccm posted about the towns and villages, ani the thing would be done. Three Men cn Wheels. When did the mental graces of a vroman ever appeal to a man with the potency of physical beauty? The desire of the eyo irut be gratified: and fools are quite as .iti?fylng, ir they be pretty fools, at a certain stage of a man's existence. Knights In Fustian. .BMBSMBBBSMSSSBBaBSBSBBSBWSBBSSBBBSSBaBSSBJBBBBBBBSBBBaBl LITERARY NOTES. ' Mr. Anthony Hope's new novel, "Quls.inte,' 1 to appear In book form early in the autumn, no Eerlal publication being intended. Mr. James Lane Allen has changed the title of his new novel, "The Hempbreaker," to 'The Increasing rurpose." I'erhaps this Is because of a certain unpleasant sugpestiveness to the vulgar mind In the word temp. Mrs. Catherwood Is at work on a new fenok, "Lazarre." The time treated Is the nl of the last century and the beginning cf the nineteenth. The canvas It covers Is a pretty wide one, ex...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 20 May 1900

34 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, II AY 20, ISÖ0. SEASON ON THE WANE OXLV OXE OP Tlin LOCAL TLAYHOl'SES OPES THIS WEEK. "A Grip of Steel' the Attraction at the rark-Dramntlc -vrs of General IntercU The Tark ought to do a fine business the current week, since it will be the only open theater In the city. MA Grip of Steel." tho play to bo presented the first three days, beginning to-morrow afternoon, has not been seen here since last year, when It was produced for the first time In Indianapolis and made one of tho season's bissest hits. It Is a highly sensational melodrama, tha subject matter of which is, however, somewhat out oi the beaten track pursued by writers of such plays. An interesting story is told by the authors in a very original manner, and they have worked into the play ' a number of thrilling climaxes as as well as a goodly share of bright comedy. The piece takes its name from the fact that the hero. Ronjarre, is a man of massive build and herculean utrcngth. During ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 20 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAT 20, 1000. 15 1'CBLIsnED BT SPECIAL ABB4SOESIENT.1 1 he "By F. FranKfori Moore. J Oryright. .1, by P. F. Frankfort Moore.1 Three hundred pounds!" said Nelly Combermere with some measure of thoughtfulness not. of course, the measure of thoughtfulne?s which one lmrarts to a remark In which thousands of pounds are mentioned, but still a certain reasonable amount. "Three hundred pounds! Yes, It would do our furnishing very well." "You've been calculating It? You're a dear girl!" cried Charlie Sim enthusiastically, catching her hand and kissing it. (It was for the fifteenth time, though neither of them bad been mean enough to count the txact number.) "Oh, yes, I've calculated It; this Is the f.rst chance I had of putting my matheriatlcal attainments to a practical use," sali she. "It was a very Email achievement." "I don't suppose for a moment that it made a great demand upon your knowledge of the higher mathematics," said he; "I don't suppose that th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 20 May 1900

16 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAY 20, THE VOICE OF THE PULPIT TUE CHIU5TIA5 FOR THE TIMESl THINGS HC SHOULD POSSESS. 6bort Sermon by the II er. J. J. Robin ette, D. D., Pastor I irt 3Irlhodit j Church Knoxvllle, Tenn. "Lord, what wilt Thou have mo do?" 'Acts lx, 6. This man. Saul of Tarsus afterward Paul the aposUe is one of the most remarkable characters of whom we have any account. When on his wa7 from Jerusalem to Damascus, with authority to persecute Christians, as he drew near Damascus, a mysterious light shone about him and a mysterious Influence operated upon hlra, and he was stricken down to the ground. "While In this condition he hears a voice callins him by name, saying: "Saul. Saul, why persecutcst thou me?" He answers, like an honest inquirer after truth: "Who art thou. Lord?" The voice responded: "I am Jesus, whom thou persecutest; it Is hard for thee to kick against the pricks." Then Saul meets the situation by inquiring: "Lord, what wilt Thou have me to do?" Th...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 20 May 1900

o U MM A Part Three Pases 17 to 20 QJJ J PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. JLIAjcLj ' rr. n An liT.ort.r.cntlre line of Trimm.tl Hat. purrU.i..il lir u. at 20c on the dollar. n Kale t'o-tuorrow. Hats worth 1.5U to 93.50, choice S-o East Window. Your last opportunity. d water. Thousands of an closed out this week at Domestics Full yard-wide Cheese Cloths, Zc quality 7 C Full Cf.-lnch Sea Island Percales, regular 12c quality, all colors, fZn fancy stripes and figures 50 pieces S neca Lawns, per yard...4,c Imported Dimities; three cases just" arrived, all tre latest designs and coloring-?, 20c quality.... 162C $1.25 Reversible lied Spreads; hemmed, ready for use, Marseilles CQr patterns Cotton Iluck Towels. SSxlS inches, regular price 6c; sale Oi price O2C Extra heavy unbleached single-thread Turkish Towels, size 20x6, reg- t ular K.C Towels IUL inp "White Dimities Gc l.'.c White India Linons Uc H-lnch Fancy Dice Toweling rc IZc Turkey RH T...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 20 May 1900

'IQ V boats and the steam launches and under the hot tropical sun. It was learned that the west side of the bay showed a small ehoal, and that there Is a reef, visible In the day tfme. at the Cape Tolofonso. or northern, entrance to the sound. Otherwise there Is deep water everywhere In bay and gulf. The Baltimore held some little communication with the natives on shore Inside the bay. One 'day a canoe, or raft, was sten approaching from the land. It came along very slowly because the men who propelled It stopped even three strokes of their paddles to wave a white flag. When they finally pot on board then begged hard for a frarrtson to protect them from the depredations of the alleged bands of Insurgents operating li that vicinity. It was explained to them that the Baltimore was not there to establish garrisons and the natives went sadly back to their village. Another day a launch from the Baltimore was running-down the southern side of Casiguran sound, taking the depth of the water...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 20 May 1900

19 Save Your Money And Deposit It with the nn j mna trust Company Ccr. Washington St. and Virginia Ave. 3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on Deposits of $L0o and upward. You cay deposit at any time. No regular amount is required. OFFICERS: j. p.rnnNZEL. resident. FREDERICK FAI1NLKY, First Vice president. U. G. CORNELIUS. Seeons Vice President. JOHN A- BUTLER, Secretary. NOTICE. Until October we will dose at 12 o'clock m. on Saturdays. THIS. Central Trust Company Art? as executor, administrator, guardian, recover, assignee or trustee under will or by ap-r-.-ir.tir.ent of court. Take entire charge of estates, real and per.r.al. Ata as aeent for married women and others r Fleeting their individual property in the management of their estates. Acts r.s custodian for wills and other importier papers, ami consults as to them and all tiuj-t matters without charge. Office No. 150 East Market St. SAFE DEPOSITS. z. A. ILL1CHER& CO.-S CSof o Deposit Vault 3; Laut Wnsltlueton Street Absol...

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

in THE ROME OF SPAIN FOUNDED D. C, 2.1, AND OXCU KXOWX AS KMEniTA AUGUSTA." Rich la Remarkable Relics of Roman Day Unay Journey Through EttrnmaUora Prorlnce. Corrtspöaäenc of the Indianapolis Journal. MERIPA. Spain. April S. It seemed a hare-brained undertaking this wide detour from customary travel across Estrama dura's dusty and desolate plains to the very border of Portugal-but we have found ample recompense In merely walking the streets of a city whose foundations were laid a quarter of a century before Christ was born. Though this remote and forgotten town cuts no figure in modern history. Spaniards cherish it. with pardonable priäe. as the "Rome of the Peninsula." for it contains more relics of the early Romans than even the Eternal City of Italy. Indeed, the whole province of Estramadura, poverty-stricken as it now appears. Is richer In monuments of antiquity than any other equal area on the face of the globe. Before coming this way it will be well to freshen your memory a bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 21 May 1900

! IMBIANÄPOI V IOTOMAL WEEKLY tfSTAPLIFHED ISiS. VCif T VH 1,11 DAILY ESTAHLISIIUD i JJ. i 1 V. JL'1. INDIANAPOLIS, SlONDAY' MORNING, MAY 21, 1900. nutnTi o nrvrrc c at railway ntws ftanps, ox IXLKjJlt O IJAJIIC. J TRAINS AND SUNDAYS, 6 CUNTS. .IS RIOT ON RIOT CXCLAXD'S REJOICING ASSU3SES A DANGEROUS ATTITUDE. ilobs Wreak Their Vengeance on Fro-IIoer Pympnthlzers and Are Charged by the Police. ETFSEE2T HUNDRED PRISONERS. BRITISH SAID TO HAVE CAPTURED THEM AT 3IAFEKING. Orabant Also Said to Ilave Taken Many Doers bot Neither Report Has Deen Substantiated. BULLER IS AT LAIHG'S NEK HE HESITATES TO ATTACK THE 1315IENSELY STRONG POSITIONS. Hamilton Marching Eastward "Without Resistance Roers Disheartened and Read to Sue for PenceLONDON, May 21. A dispatch to the Daily Mail from Lourenzo Marques, dated Sunday, says: "On Thursday the entire Boer force around Mafeking:, including the guns, was captured by the British."t LONDON, May 21. A dispatch to the Daily Telegraph from Mequatlingfs nek...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 21 May 1900

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, , tOND AY, MAY 21, 1900. KILLED IN PHILADELPHIA PROP. HOY WILSON WHITE, OP THE PENNSYLVANIA LAW COLLEGE. f IVotlre of Richmond and Graduate of Earlham CndraTor Convention Closed Baby Shared Himself. PHILADELPHIA, May 20. Prof. Roy Wilson White, twenty-eif;ht years old, an instructor of the law department of the University of Pennsylvania, was struck down and brutally murdered lat last night, near Thirty-second street and Powellton avenue. Professor White left the university at 10 o'clock for the railroad stat'on on the Pennsylvania, to board a train for Germantown. Shortly before 11 o'clock he was found in an unfrequented part of Thirtysecond street. Ills skull had been crushed, evidently by an iron bar. He died in the Presbyterian Hospital at 2 o'clock this morning, without regaining consciousness. It has not yet been positively established that the motive was robbery, as the only article missing was the professor's watch. A small sura of money in one of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 21 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1900. New York Store Established 1S53. Sole AffrnlM Dotterlck rattern. Specials for ToDay 25-inch Batiste in light grounds with pink, blue and lavender figures and stripes, also black, grounds with, white figures, our be qualities: this e sale, a yard India linens, worth 9c; this sale fir a yard.... 10 pieces two-tone Taffeta silk in bright and handsome colors, a 'Jjq cq value; In this sale Specials in white shirt waists In sizes 22 to 42 and worth $U0; while 7SZ they last A UL Ladies' low neck and sleeveless pura white Richelieu ribbed vests, full fj . taped; the 10c ones this sale C Gas Stovfs The Puritan 2-burner, ail nickel plated, needle valve, f fiQ best made, each Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large Stock and Large Business enables us to undersell all others. ' GEO. J. MAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St. Second largest Shoe Store in the World. EDUCATIONAL. VOR ICS'S USINESS COLLEG Floats 1234. fciosoaestPlaca, live time lamer tium anjr oilier ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 21 May 1900

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TONDAY, MAT 21, 1900. THE DAILY JOUHNAL MONDAY, MAY 21, 1900. Telephone Call. Du?l3MS Offlee CS Editorial Rooms SS THUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BY MAIL. Dally only, one month r-1' Dally only, three months -00 Iai!y only, one yiar 8.00 Ially. including Sunday, one year 10 Sunday only, ona year . -W WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Daily, per week, by carrier 1 eta Furwlay. single copy eta Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. ' Per year 11-00 ncduced Rates to Club. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis. Ind. Persons sending the Journal through the malls fa the United state should put on an elitht-pasre paper a ONE-CENT postage tmp: on a twelve vr alxteen-paee paper . a TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication in thla paper must. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 21 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1900. MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. (KXCL.VSIVF.L.Y Warm Weather Wear Of every description is offered at prices "to close" the season. Especial inducements giveh. Odd Lots. Underwear, Hosiery, Etc., Etc. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Bds, Pillow and Chair Cushions, Hospital Itinxs. 'Jrtnala. Bed Pans. Fountain ami Bulb yrtnii. Hot "Water ltottls. Stomach Tube and Shower Baths. Bath Cabinets. WM. II. ARMSTRONG & CO.. -SCR(;ICAL INSTRU3IENT MAKE HS 224 anl 236 8. Meridian street, IndlanapolU. Ind. current table of contents the following: 'American Trade Ascendency," "Men and Methods in Cuba," "Germany's Great Food JToblem." "Our Foreign Trade and Its Possibilities.- "Certain Phases of the Itoad Subject." "The Gold Standard in Japan." "Recent Decisions of the Higher Courts." "Our English Literature" and "The Story cf the Plague in Honolulu." The Successful American devotes Itself to furnishing biographical sketches of men who becam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 21 May 1900

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1900. JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DUIECTOIIT. TVm. L Klc. 2605 West Michigan street. Telephones: old. ZsrJi; new, TercJtory west of htte river. COALCOAL Ccbuni Coal Co., East 22d st. Anttriclte. coke, hard and oft coal. Phon 2Hj. xTyeino BRILL. & CO., fancy dyers and cleaners; ell cumins, any color, cleaned and finished equal to new; 1 llAle-,' ltrht cloth Jacket a spr!att'. 23 S Massachusetts arenu and 155 North Illinois street. iLOIUüTSPR'iTEnMAN'S FLORAL COMP ANT. New No. 241 Mans m.. 226 N. Del, at. TeL 43. Laundries TTNION CO-OPTTTtATTVE LACNDRT. Work called for. Hs-llt Vlrg. ave. hons 12C3. IIAXTELS AND GUATES P. M. FUnsiCLL (Manttls. Fumtcw). 221 Mass. are. I'ATCNT LAWYERS V. IL LOCKWOOT. 41S-41S Lerne bulHIn. ball; and livehy btalles HORACE WOOD (Carriage. Traps. Buck-board-. c.) 25 Circle. Tel. 1077. feilOW CASES WILLIAM WEIOEL. 213 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK ELANCITARD. I 3 N. Delaware t. Tel 41L Ladr Attendant. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 21 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1900. EASING OF MONEY RATE ROT.IDLC FGATUIIK IS FIXAXCCS ALL. OVUIl TIIC "WOULD. Wall Street Had a. Doll Week Demand Small anil Price SaKRlnc -Local Trade Wau Excellent. At New York Saturday money on call was easy at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper. SMVi per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with actual business In bankers bills at Jt.ST'ifjl.SS for demand and J l.S 44.83 for sixty days; posted rates. and Jl.Ki; commercial bills, 14.S44.84Vi. Silver certificates were GöUQ ßOie; bar silver. COlic; Mexican dollars, 47Mc. At London bar silver was 27d an ounce. Exports of the precious metals from New York aggregate 3.2Ul,4o4 In gold for the week and $L3G0.2G5 in silver bars and coin. Imports of specie were 121,373 In gold and $73,rS2 in silver. Merchandise Imports for the week were $10.2dS at the port of New York. The weekly statement of the associated New York banks Issued Saturday shows the following changes: Surplus reserves, increase J....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 21 May 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1900. L. S. Ay HES31 CO I Indiana's Greatest i We Send a Man And a wagon with htm, if you prefer, to make estimates and arrange for any undertaking in the way of Jpholstcring or R cfin ish ing of Furniture This specialty of our Drapery section has proved one of Its most manifest successes. Our workmen are experienced and skillful, and. what is quite as important, they have access to Indiana's producst array of upholstering materials. We show Tapestries. Velours, MatelasFes and the like from 73c to $25 a yard. In line with the above work we are making many special forms of Bedding and Hair Mattresses, as well as Comer Seats and Davenports. Those who appreciate the surpassing excellence of made-to-or-der articles of this kind will be surprised at the low prices we quote. Antique Furniture Twcntj-three rare old specimens 50 to 100 years old will be offered at reduced prices this coming" week. The room they now occupy is badly needed for Incom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 22 May 1900

m IWBIAlfJPOlLlS i JO u 'A PAlLY ESTABLISHED 1SC0. J Jj. Ju IS J, INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 11)00. ntlCE 3 CENTS. AT RAILWAY KTTVVa STANDS. OJ! TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. 5 CUNTS. Ao T1 1YL0R LOSES If BECKHAM WIXS IN TUG UNITED STATES S Um K MC COURT. Chief Justice Faller and Four Associates Declare They Hare No Jurisdiction In the Kentucky Case LEGISLATURE HAS DECIDED AXD FROM IT THERE IS NO APPEAL, EICEPT TO THE PCOrLE. Its Right to Settle Governorship Con tests Has Been Recognised, the Five Jurists Say, for 100 Years, VIEWS OF JUSTICE HARLAN WHO STRONGLY DISSENTS FROM DE CISION OF THE MAJORITY lie Holds the Conrt Has Jurisdiction anil Should Reverse the Lower Court's Ruling;. 1HEEE IS PROPEETY IN OFFICE AND NO 3IAN SHOULD RE WRONGFUL LY DEPRIVED OF IT. Jnstlce Harlan Also Vigorously Con demns the Goebel Democratic Usurpers In Kentucky . WASHINGTON, May 2L-The United States Supremo Court to-day decided the Kentucky governorship case in favor of Governor Beckham, dismissing" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 22 May 1900

-r W moments messenger boys were going In every direction. Both the Columbia and Marion Clubs were Immediately notified and In a very short space of time tho corridor of the Der.lson Hotel was swarming with a crowd of Mr. Finley's friends all eager to know the full particulars of the arrest and anxious to be of service In procuring- his release. Attorneys John H. Elam and S. D. Miller were hastily sent for and as promptly answered the summons. Arrangements were made to procure a writ of habeas corpus from Judge Leathers, who was notiticd to keep himself In readiness in case of emergency. HASTY PREPAItATipKS. It then became rumored about that in the event that Governor Mount denied the application for extradition, there would be an r.ttempt made to kidnap Mr. Flnley and hasty preparations were made to protect him from such an attempt. Some of those gathered in the lobby of the Denlson went down to the police headquarters and the remainder stayed in the hotel waiting the decision of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 22 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1900. New York Store Established 1PS3. Sole Acrnti Bnttertck Patterns. Special Offerings In DRAPERY . Over a thousand tapestry and damask squares. 24-in. size, all colors and qualities. In this tale 5c to $1.00 Special lot Saxony Lace Curtains Jurt ree'd. Full size, fast edge. In white only; worth $3.50 and $1.50; 0 OH in this sale Cä.äO Door Shades. In this sale, each.... Window Shades, odd colors, In the best makes; this sale, O r each 100 dor. good opaque shades, size Eflf. 3x7, worth 75c; this sale öJC See our Hammocks and get prices, on them. Third Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. AMUSEMENTS. A Grip of Steel" at the Parle Theater. If the weather continues to-day and tomorrow to be as pleasant as It was yesterday the engagement of "A Grip of Steel" will be one of the most successful of the season at the Park. Two large audiences were drawn to the opening performances yesterday. The play was given & most cordial reception. At time...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 22 May 1900

THE INDIAN AFOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1000. Telephone Calls. Business Offlc 23$ J Editorial Rooms 85 TCinis or sunscitiPTiox. DAILY BY MAIL. tUfly only, on month f--Pally only, three months 2 00 Dally only, one year 8-W Pally, including Sunday, one year 12 Sunday only. on year 2.00 WHEN FURNISriCD BY AGENTS. Haiiy, per week, by carrier 15 cts FuTvlay. single copy 5 rts raUy and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Ter year $1-00 Redneed Hates to Club. Ssbscrib with any of our numerous averts or end subscription t tb JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis Ind. Persons sendln the Journal through the malls tn the UnltM Ktate should put on an elRht-paite paper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or slxten-pare paper a TWO-CENT postage timp. Foreign postage Is usually doubl these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must, in order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of the wr...

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