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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS' JOURNAL,' SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1C0O. 5 Partly cloudy on Sander. WON BY KINLEY MACK -000000000000000 0 All -JM. Any Cassini era or Cheviot Suit in the stcclr of the When Clothing Company is offered for thio price beginning The sale carries a great many fancy Worsteds fand Serges that are, based upon estimate of cost, commercially 015.00 COnl 0 and $2000. Interesting attractions in every department Don't overlook any of them k AT THE ERNEST HECHTS STORY ;:i uui:iiEii op mrs. louisa foster MAKES A CONFESSION. He Say the Woman Wanted Him to Kill Her and lie Solemnly Promised to Do So. of EChel Long, the victim of a colored man who so narrowly escaped lynching at Athens on Thursday night. lie found that her death was caused by one of either three sufficient causes, a cut In the neck, a blow on the head or strangulation by a cord about the throat, and found that these injuries were Inflicted by Richard Gardner. Judge Douglas to-day refused to ordr a special grand Jury to cons...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

7 27, ITOTJCE.- THE IIDI AIJAPOLIö JOUItllAL, GU1TDAY, .-IlaY THE SUIT OF 0. H. ROOT JOCXUTAIS BUSINESS 13 III E CT ORT. VTm. L. Rlc. Wut Michigan Btrt- Telephone: old. new, 31. Territory weit of jVhlt rtvr. COAL COAL Cctura Ccal Co., Kat r3 t. AnJLhrtcite. coke, hard and oft coat Phone IM. DIlXO- : ' BRILL & CO., fancy Jyr and cleaners; !lTc curtain, any color, cleaned and finished equal to new; laAir' light cloth Jacket a pciAlty. 231 irMaehustu arenu and ILZ North lUlno: tret. LOKISTS- : nnnTERMAKX FLORAL COM PANT. New No. 241 Mas ave.. Z2& N. Del, it. 1L MX Laundries union co-operative laundry. Work called fr. 133-141 VI nr. l-'hone MANTELS AND GRATES P. iL rURSELL (Mantels. Furnace). 231 Mas, ara. PATENT LAWYEIiS V. IL LOCKWOOD. 41S-41H TmeV bulMln. SALE AND LIVERY STABLES H0T1 A CS WOOD (Carrlare. Trap. Buckboarda. c.) Circle. TeL 1037. fcllOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL, 243 South Meridian gtreet. UNDERTAKERS FRANK RLANCHARD. Vi N. Delaware t. Tel 41L Lady At...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAY 27, 1C30. - THE MILLERS SHUT OUT KCLLl'31 HAD TIIKM AT HIS MERCY THROUGHOUT Tlin GA3IC. A Lars Crowd Gloried In the Victory of the Indian Games In Other Cltlea. Indlannpolla .11 Minneapolis O llilwnnkee 4 Detroit 2 Kannai City 3 IlufTalo . . . . 3 Cleveland ... 7 Chicago 0 To-Dny' Scheduled Games. Minneapolis at Milwaukee. Cleveland at Detroit. Kansas City at Chicago. Standini; of the Clubs. Clubs. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Indianapolis 2 IS 8 .C32 Milwaukee 23 17 12 .56 CMcapo 31 17 14 .543 Cleveland 2S 14 It .500 Kansas City 22 15 17 .450 Minneapolis 31 14 17 .452 Buffalo 23 H 17 .370 Detroit 23 11 13 .257 As a fitting climax to the first appearance of the Minneapolis aggregation in this city, they were treated to an Ignominious defeat at the hands of the Indians yesterday afternoon, the final score resulting 11 to 0. After Friday's game was topped by the rain the spectators "who huddled together in the grand stand began f j-.eculali.ng on how b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

G THE IIJDIAITAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY y . THE H. LIEBER COMPANY, 24 Wfi Washington Street. h izüitcluttr ot Grilles scd Fret Work. ..China.. Drapery Silk Monday's Bargain 39 inches wide 20 designs Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 aud 19 Went 1ValilnBton St. Hardwood Floor Ia!S. CnlthtJ tn3 rflnlahd, THE SCIENCE of Phrenology clearly demonstrates that All Longheaded Men Buyttheir hats in our store. We save you from 50c to $1 on each hat, and give you the very best styles obtainable. Straw Hats Now Ready Danbury Hat Co. No. & East Washington Street, Sign of the BIO GLASS HAT jcCHLEICHER'C j 18-22 North Meridian St. $ I 2d Week: j ! Special I ! 0 1 earance j I Sale $ $ Our special clearance sale last s week was a big" success, so we s 5 have decided to continue it a J ! few days longer, beginning" tos morrow. J s If you failed to take advan- J 5 tage of our exceptional low 5 5 prices don't miss again the op- $ portunity. The special offerings are for 5 J our fa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

7 0ÜKNA Part Two i Pages 9 io 16. JE J, 0--1 PRICE -FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 3 a n ! m t . I '. ' , ' 1 '-4" JVct&i Dimities Sixty additional styles of the popular Irish dimities were added to our showing1 this past week, mostly in the ever-popular blue shades. This importation brought our assortment up to 265 styles, 115 of them blues, all at 25c a yard. ... . Other coloring most popular are medium pink?, heliotrope, black and white, and a few greens and yellowsthe real Belfast goods. at...23c French Piques Jpecial Eleven pieces, last of our regular 45c line, some printed in stripes, others in small and large figures. The quality and styles make them desirable for Skirts, Shirt Waists; 43c quality Piques 19c . Hat ist cs American' printed and beautifully printed; the prettiest array of medium-priced summer goods we have ever shown. Between 300 and 400 pieces of choice new styles, of excellent quality; priced ISc, 15c, 12V...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

10 ...... iiiDiAirAPOLiG Jouni:AL,.-cuiiDiLr, away from the embassy; that Is to ray, that the embassy docs not follow the French fashion, for the French official, who has begun the day -with coffee and roll, leaves his desk at 11 or 12 or 1 o'clock, according to his Individual fancy, and ?pends an hour or o at the table. A Frenchman who fell Into conversation with me on an omnibus yesterday told me he knew many men of eighty years who had led active business lives who were still hearty In mind end body. I am not surprised In view of the deliberate way in which the Frenchman goes about his work and the seriousness with which he undertakes the consumption of a meal. I recall the fact, too, that among our own department clerks at Washington are many who have lived through fifty or sixty years of public service. y- OFFICIAL. RED TAPE. General Porter's business with the French 'covernrnent is carried on entirely through j the Foreign Office. Once a week the repre sentatlves of foreign go...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS - . JOUE1IAL. SUNDAY, . HAY C7. 1CC0. 11 -0 The City's SOCIAL LIFE J Events, Gayetlcs and Personal Activities the Week 33 Jjy. thr ih tanls. Vpcn the rr.yj.lc. nilsty Ilm That 1 half-way I'.etwfen the frot and flowers ; . jif-r I Ink checks redden In the aun Anl "Ith a icretlr.? smile anl nol. fc-r.e corrf tr earth upon a Mucblrd's iring And tl:t Into June on ronftu-Ja MusMr.j? iwt InMth hT dainty trai. G vwr.el in a garniture of filmy white Cr f.ufTy jlnka anl blue Art every varying tint and shade if t! '"m-time. tr. fKin atove tha grreen earth's breast Ji?t h!rh enough it vach rnon's hearts; hie rfftkra the world her own, Ar.l man htr lave, Ar.l a a quen she reigns I jn h-r fcimmocc throne, or fits In uTat u;m a hotl porch FurDun-iKl by b'T court. Ti! rttbons of her sailor hat 'r ritntw-tlnted fetters , h'r.i.T-x cioe the glad, unhappy Subject i t 2vr a ay: II. r tjr..el parasol I jwe;-t red In her hands And froi.i Its shade sha dules A rKin'i'i of swains; Ii,n ty...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

7 I1TDI.ITAP0LIG JOuT.ILlL, DUITDZ.T, III w w THE SUNDAY JOUHXAL SUNDAY. MAY 27, 1000. Telephone Cnlla. "Euslneas OfT.c...:. .ZZt I Editorial Rooms .89 tErsis of subscription, daily, bt mail. Pally only, cn month IV Dally only. Ihre months tH Daily only, one year C0 Dally, Including Sunday, one year 19.M Sunday only, on year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dairy, per week, by carrier 15 cts Sun !ay. single copy 5 cts Daily and Sunday. per week, by carrier.... 23 cts WEEKLY. Ter year ...41.00 nedneed Rates to CI ab. Sab'crib nith any of our numerous agents or . , V I- 1 I . AI v.i-4 uLtbcripuon. io in JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Person en.Hna the Jotirn,al through th mails In the UnStM stnteV should put on an elht-pae rrr a ONE-CENT rosta&e itamp: nn a twelve wr lxtn-(r paper a TWO-CENT potae tamp. Foreign postage Is usually doubl these rates. All communications Intended for publication In thls papr mut. In order to receive attention, be accompanied fcy t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, IJAY 27, K00. ,1S THE FIRST LOCOMOTIVE ntx is i3s ovr.n Tim madisox & INDIANAPOLIS ROAD. Enterprise of the Ownen of the Road n Secnrlntc the Engine-The Oldest Railroad 3Ian. One of the most Interesting residents of Indianapolis Is R. J. Elvin, the oldest railread man in the United States. Mr. Elvin I, as may "well be imagined, a very old man. and does not "mix with people" much aowadayf. It has not been 50 very many yeir?. however, since he was an active participant In railroad business and affairs. If cr.e could succeed in getting an interview with him it is likely that the most entertaining of all the reminiscences he would be sure to relate would be his recollection of the first "steam car" (as It was then dubbed) that ever ran over a railroad track in Indiana. Andrew J. Grayson, the "Phellx .Adair" of southern Indiana, is thoroughly conversant with the facts, having heard thm related many times by his lifelong friend. Mr. Elvin. Mr. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

THE 1IJDIAITAP0L1S JOUIIIIAL, SUNDAY,. I "Ar. 2 ( yVüirc and ?JrS. Emma Scfcellschmldt-Itaus and Miss TJenaldlne Smith will give a concert In Danville. Ind., to-morrow evening. The pupils of Miss Sara T. Meigs will give a recital at her residence, SÜ9 North Pennsylvania street, Saturday evening, June 2, at 4 o'clock. Mr. J. Fremont Frey, who, for some time, capably and efficiently represented the Journal In matters musical, has voluntarily retired. Mr. Joseph Joiner succeeds him. Thd commencement exercises of the Indiana Institute for the Blind will occur on "Wednesday, June C There are a number of graduates, and a fine musical programs will be rendered. Miss Elizabeth Maloy, pupil of the Metropolitan School of Music, department of elocution, will give a graduating recital tomorrow evening, assisted by Mr. Ily Mercer and Miss Maurine Ulakely. Mr. and Mrs. Franz Bellinger will leave eoon for the East to spend the summer. Mr. Bellinger will go to Brooklyn to be rresent at the national...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

15 1 THE INDIANAPOLIS. JOURNAL, SUNDAY, II AIT 27, 1900. n trCBLisnED bt srzcixi. ahhamoemest. flow Literature Came To Laf arge O. Copyrif ht 190) by O. B. Bürgin. CIIAITER I. OU Man Evans and his familiar, Ikey iarston, had ridden over from the Four Corners to rpend a joyous day In the society of a few kindred spirits at Lafarge, a little village ten miles north of the Ottawa valley, chiefly renowned for Its unQuenchable desire not to play second fiddle to anything or anybody, although very clten unable to live up to its alms, owing to the scarcity of adult population and the lack of necessary dollars. Cut though few, the inhabitants of Lafarge prided themselves on being extremely Fclrct. Many of them were "Old Timers" of 'iOi they looked upon this fact as a patent of nobility, and refused to consort vith meaner spirits, whose groveling desires were confined to the tameness of agricultural pursuits. From force of habit they carried revolvers In careful working crder; their motto wa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

IG THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, II AY 27, ISO 3. DR.. JORDAN'S. PESSIMISM "WAR 13 A CIVIL1ZCR AXD ESSENTIAL .TO TlIC LIFE OP NATIONS. America Great Civil Struggle a Case la Point War Does N'ot Delroy AH of a Nation's Bett Men. To the Eiltcr of the Indianapolis Journal. Dr. David Starr Jordan, in the Sunday Journal of the 20th, is a little too sweeping In his staement that "none but tho most Ignorant can venture to defend the statement that war Is essential to the life of nations." If all the nations of the earth to-day that have been engaged in war more or less during their existence are dying or decaying nation?, then. Indeed, they have been degenerating Eince their birth, and Ion.! before. From the beginning of Civilization, and long before man emerged from the wilderness of barbarism, war was the chief element that opened the way to his progress. In the rough environment of his early existence his war was with his neighbors; then tribal wars followed, short but ravage; later...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

NDAY JOURNA T 7 7 Pages 17 to 20 l'llTCE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Part Three " KJ n u n X i m 1 i 1 , 1 r Carpenters, Paper Hangers, Painters and Decorators take possession in a few days. They must have room to work. Therefore it is absolutely necessary that the stock in the various departments be reduced. In order that this may be accomplished at earliest possible moment we shall TO-MORROW inaugurate reductions of considerable importance in all departments. A White City is Admired By all, but our lady patrons w ill admire our White .. Department Trimmed In White Embroideries, It Is at its b.st. Its values arc, likewise, at their I, i-t. An exceptional purchase places before our patrons some of the newest crea-ti'Ti-? of embroideries. 4-mch wide Cambric Cloth for.. Caaibrle and Swis Insertions ÜV-c 2 to 4-inch wide Insertions, a yard 5c An exceptional bargain, 12-inch deep H imburg Embroideries 1,1c I..itt! and Kmbroidery departments ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

10 TBE IlJDIAilAPQLIS JQUH1IAL, GUITDA", IIA" C'i, THE VOICE OF THE PULPIT TIIC SHEATHED SWOnDi A SCIIMON APPItOPIUATC TO 3ICMOIIIAL DAY. Vj the Rev. James D. Ilanktn, D. D., paator of Ibe United Prcubyterlan Church, Denver, Col. 0. thou sword of the Lord, how long- will It be ere thou be quiet? Put up thyself Into thy scabbard, rest and be still. 'How can It be quiet, seeing the Lord hath given It a charger 'Jeremiah xlvll.. t-7. "War Is a wrong to man and hateful to God; but when his plans could be accomplished by no other means," he has Intrusted them to tho sword until his purposes have been secured. It Is my firm conviction that our civil war was the consummation of one of the most wide reaching purposes of divine providence the establishing of the brotherhood of man. When of Pickett's 18,000 men, the remnant of 7,000 carried back In their afms tho corpse of the Confederacy back to Its grave at Appomattox, their muffled drums beating the requiem of the "lost cause" then at last...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1300. 10 afety Vaults INDIANA TRUST COMPANY Offers Absolute Protection in Every Way to Renters of Its Safety Boxes. $5.00aYeaivandUp SPECIAL DEPARTA1ENT FOR WOMEN. INSPECTION INVITED. OFFICES! INDIANA TRUST BUILDING THIS Central Trust Company A-.t as executor, administrator, guardian, receiver, anslsrrve or trustee under will or by aprc'.r.tmer.t of court. Takes entire charge of estates, real and reracrwW. Aits as ac-ent f - r married women and others rp.ctlnsr thlr inliv;lual property In the man ii?:nnt of their estates. Acts an custodian for will and other important rar"?, and consults as to them and all trust matters without charge. Office No. ISO East Market St. I OüMiMSIfc 55,000 Indianapolis Qa5 65. $2,000 Indianapolis Fire Ins. Stock. $1,000 Central Trust Co. Stock. Price on application. NEWTON TODD, 6 Ingalls Block. SAFE DEPOSITS. A. I LL1CHER& CO.'S fStifo Dojoossit: Vault 3U Eatt Wushlueton Street Absolute afety against...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 27 May 1900

FAMOUS CITY OF SPAIN TOLEDO, OXCE CALLED BY SPANISH TUE LIGHT OP TIIC "WOULD. recnllarlttm of nallrrajr Trnrel A Grrat Hunlintc Ground Mlicrntlona of Shepherd nnd Their Flocks. Correspondence of the Indiana!! Journal. TOLEDO, Spain, April 11 It is a tedious Journey from Merida to this long-extln-tuished "Light of the World," with little to recommend It of scenic beauty and nothing of comfort. You may choose bebetween two routes one following the Guadlana river most of the way, the other the Tasus, both necessitating many changes of cars. Our party decided on the much shorter route of the. Guadiana, though half of it retraced our teps over "the monotonous plains to lately traversed. The pleasant English family with whom we Joined forces at Cadiz for the tour of Spain preferred the roundabout route to Toledo, via Badajoz and Caceres, as it led through unvislted territory. The parting arrangement was that we, who expected to arrive at least a day In advance of the others, should secure...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 May 1900

INDIANAPOLIS JOUKNAI V A WEKKLT ESTAHLISHED lSL rf J T VH 1 IQ DAILY ESTADLISHED ISM. I ' WJU. la" J. J.MO. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 11)00. T-k-rT-i-r O nT?XTrC CAT RAILWAY NEWS FTAMm. cjn X'lVlüi O "W-T-Ji 1C. TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. 5 CUNTS. VAAL CROSSED ROI1ERTS AXD IIIS "WHOLE A II 31 Y HAVE FORDED TIIC RIVER. Now on Transvaal Soli, Fifty-One SIHes from JohannrilmrK and Seventy-Seven from Pretoria. LITTLE RESISTANCE OFFERED nonns retreated rapidly deFOIIE THE BRITISH HOSTS. Their Main Force Moving Toward the Klip River Hill on the South Side of Johannetbarc BULLER READY TOR BATTLE BOERS IX STRENGTH AT LAIXG'S XEK AND A FIGHT I3I3IIXEXT. Raraors of Surrender Again Current Preparations Made for Drt motion of Mining Property. LONDON. May 27. The War Office has received the following from Lord Roberts: 'Vereenlglng. Sunday, May 27, 1:15 p. el We crossed the Vaal this morning and are. now encamped on the north bank- The advance troops, which crossed yesterday. were only just...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1900. the chair, BUnop Vincent, maintained that he had the floor ami was entitled to be heard. Then the din would break out afreh and again, as soon as possible, the chair would decide that Mr. Aster was In order. Then, after at least a dozen ruling!'. Prof. Llcke- took the platform to appeal from the decision of the chair and Mate on what grounds. A vote, by show of hands, was so nearly equally divided that a count vote was taken, resulting in 232 sustaining the chair to 244 in the negative. Professor Dickey's contention was that the amendment was not offered in good faith, that it was only to ridicule the present rule by making it absurd. And then came an argument. The chair answered that no one had a right to Impugn the motives of another. Having gained his point, after at least ten minutes of a most hideous storm, the mover quietly withdrew the motion to amend, but not until hl3 unwise persistence had disgusted many who had intended to v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1900, 3 ! t New York Store Established 1S33. Sole Agent Dattertelf rattern. $1.75 Silks"" at q a yard A consolidation of broken lines in the usual $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 Taffeta Silks, suitable for shirt . . waists, skirts, dress and jacket linings 69c a yard Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large Stock and Large Business enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J.UiR01T,22to2SEasl Wash. St Second largest Shoe Store !n the World. ' AMUSEMENTS. Charles Dickson Is to star next season under the management of George Ilomans. M i Leo Dltrichstein Is writing a comedy for Louis Mann and Clara Llpman to star In next season. Frank' J. Wilstach. who was De Wolf Hopper's business manager, will assume a similar role towards Viola Allen next season. ' . i Wm. J. Farley, of Chicago, representing John L. Stoddard, the famous traveler and lecturer. Is in the city and will remain for about six days. Ben Stern, Blanche Walsh's manager, who Is well known In Indian...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, MAY 23, 1900. Telephone Calls. .Business OSce 23 Editorial Rooms 88 TCH319 OP Sl'DSCniPTIOX. DAILY BY MAIL. Pally only, cm month f 1.7(1 I!ly only. thrM months ! Dally only, on year S.oo iaur. incHUinjr Sunday, one year m.on Eunday only. one year 2.00 "WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Daiir. per wwk. by carrier IS ets Funday. single copy 5 ct Dally and Bunday, per wfk. by carrier.... 23 eta WEEKLY. Ter year 11.00 Reduced Rates to Club. ßabscrlh with any of our numerous agents or send subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolls, Ind. Person sendlnr. the Journal through the malls In the United Stt should put on an elht-rare rper a ONE-CENT postage utamp: on a twelve uT slxten-pare paper a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper mut, In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of the writer. ...

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