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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1900. C Fair In southern; shorrer and nnrincr In northern. JlTfk ; "TMPi So:rt0 Pasple are alwayo I fwilJ ceding in the wrong tii- . root ion. j vf IVÄe fitey oiigfitf to be VJhcn they should ho How if you'll look out for our ad. and ioohin our STORE you will he the gainer. For example VESTS: Duck, Marseilles, Linen, Washable Checks and Small Figures, $1.50 to $3.00. Fancy Silks: Swell blue, red, white and new. shade of purple, $3.00 and $3.50. Silk front Shirts, percale body to match. Very pop ' uJarm WMto pcrcalo nlaltod bosom, Madras self" stripe and Cambric with cuff to match. You can play any combnation on sblrts you cbooso and win üttheIX1EIjJ i m - - v v -w -W 1 " I I V y Washington and Pennsylvania Sis. U" Jl T! TTTI I if xzrzzxzzzz Hdlllllll MJi o 0 o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o Af o... ....... .... ... 1 'nis one is novel in its way, tor it gives you an opportunity tnat is witnout a parallel or precedent. It gives you full choice ...

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. — 10 June 1900

1 G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL. SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1900. joriuiAL's nusiNCss directort. AGENT INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL- Wm. L. Hie. 5jS West Mtchtcan street. Tele rhor.es: cM. ZzT; new. Sli2. Territory weit of U ülte river. COAL COAL. Cc burn Coal Co.. Hat 2M at. An thracite, coke, hard sed oft coaL Thon 244. FLORISTS- . ' PEnTKnfANN FLORAL, COM PANT, New No. Sil Mass are.. 25 N. DeL L TeL 113. lauxdrie3 union co-oftt.attvt: laundry. Work called for. 13S-144 Vir, are. ..-hone 12. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IL PUHSELL (Mantels. Furrae 221 Mus. are. PATENT LATTTERS . V. IL LOCKWOOD, 41S-41I . Lemcka buIMlnr. SALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (CarrUre. Trap. Buck - boards, etc) 25 Circle. TeL 1007. enow cases WILLIAM WEIGEL, 213 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCH ARD, 3 N. Delaware at. Tel 41L La5y Attendant. WALL PAPERS II. C. STEVENS. New Sty! Wall Parr, Low prlcea. 920 N. Senate are. TeL 2 on 22. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. PLANNER & BUCHANAN (Llcenied embalmrs.) Can ship diphtheria, a...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1S0O. t k i i i GOOD BATTING. TELLS INDIANAPOLIS I'SES THE .STICK AT UIGIIT TIME AND WINS. Cnrnn Asftlst by Not Permitting Mtl. wankfc tu Hunch Hits Hickey a Candidate for the Hospital. Indianapolis . N Milwaukee 2 Chicago .'. . . 5 Detroit 2 Kansas City .1:5 Cleveland ... 4 Daflulo ..... 5 Minneapolis . O Games Scheilnlfd for- To-Day. Indianapolis at Milwaukee. Cleveland at Karras City. Buffalo at Minneapolis. petroit at Chicago. Standing of the Onus. Clubs. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. .730 .54S 5T5 .511 .500 .336 Indianapolis 27 Milwaukee 42 Chlgo 43 .4 23 23 10 13 21) Kansas City 4j 23 Cleveland 40 20 20 Minneapolis 41 22 22 Buffalo 41 15 , 2i Detroit M 33 27 -.?rial t: the Inilanapolis Journal. MIMVAUKKE. Wis.. June 0. -With a makeshift outfit-Id and . a crippled thi-d baseman Indianapolis defeated Milwaukee In hollow style by a score of 8 to 2 this afternoon, bunching hits in the third, fourth and seventh Innings, while the three errors Mi...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOTJItKAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1C00. hirl of all Paper f IV CPECIAL ALG MONDAY 4c Be 6c Get It Quick! PAPER THE HOUSE NOW FOR NEXT TO NOTIIINti. C2T Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 West Washington St. Hardwood Floors lata. nn!th3 and rsflnlahed. traw Hat Come in and see what we Offer You for ;:ri.;.!,ij!;;!,:!:ifcvf This $1.50 line Includes the very latest fads In rough straws, with fancy bands, fine English split straws, Macklnaws and Manilas. You can't get better goods for $2 elsewhere. Our Dollar Shirts Are new styles and fast colors. Try one. Danbury Hat Co- No. 8 East Washington St. We Stand Behind Our Advertising We are determined that our product and statements shall always coincide. The statements may be strong, but our goods fhall back them up every time. This Is a day and age when quality counts for every thing, and the satisfied customer is our best advertisement. Quality and prices peak louder than words. J. Importer of Diamonds I S ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

SUNDAY Part Two Pases 9 to 16 HUGE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. J. JoJil 1 V Sole Agents for Standard Patterns and Queen Quality Shoes. Ä CO, ) Indiana,9 Greatest Distributers of .Dry Goods. , WH O Out-of-town customers will find our mail or der department a model of careful ness and punctuality. Those who visit the city to trade will have their railroad fare re turned on pur chases exceeding $25. Write for particulars. I -ZSi i'rt ; i j Wedded TRedtsctions to be Made in Sitocl(m Every incomplete assortment, every overfull assortment, every assort ment of summer draperies, and every lot of Oriental rugs and hangings has Suffered a radim! rpdnrtinn in ririrp Minrht sc xp!1 mnlrA n rlnn I Ji3?3lMs breast of itwe are overstocked. Attribute the fact to what you please ambition, overconfidence or miscalculations it's a fact nevertheless; one to be remedied in the three weeks that are to elapse between now and inventory. Thousands of dollars' ...

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

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1CGÖ. smooth and swift. Hut In my time the transported soldier was an object of pity to the sailor. DRILLING IN SEAWAY. No shipboard diversion used to amuse me more than peeing the soldiers drilled In a seaway. I took .rote of such sounds as "Present 'umpsf "Shoulder umps!" "Or der 'umpsl" and so on. The men stood In line on the weather deck., and the chap who crllled them stood up in front with his tack to leeward. The solemnity of tho barrack yard was in this business, and the row of Atklnsts looked uncommonly grave and fearfully watched the drill corporal, but the heave of the sea was under their boots, and you need to take a Ions voyage to acquire the art of the swinging plank. In my time most sailors went bow legged, because their ships were nearly all bowr and the rest was buttocks, and the cease less rolling so arched the lower limbs that a full rigged ship on the horizon could be framed within the oval of a man's legs. Suddenly, ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1900. 11 Tüe City's SOCIAL LIFE Events, Gayetics and Personal Activities oT the Week 23 The Bride of June. '7hrVs a flutter cf excitement in hr breast, ZSr' a tin:il sy.arkl in her rretty eyes; 'TV Is Ilka the little blrdlln in hr nest Vlutterir.ic 1U untried win? before it flies. ran ee a ropy future in her dream. ' wtrM tie ongs of love her heart is all attune; V. th worl-J a lind of fairy beauty tems To t.v.e raaiSen who will be a bride In June. the papstcff days are lasryard In their flight ,n to move aior.sr n llstlrss. lazy wing; s.-rj cor.F7)!rircr to t!ay the gla-i delight "of the morr.ins when the wedeln? bells will rin. F.cjr.fl her couch at night the Cupii angels hum, la the dream!n earn a tender song they croon. A'.l the mo?t delightful visions ever come To the maiden who will be a brii in June. TVre's a tl!nt of Joyous triumrL In her eyes As hr pirly chums paze at her wistfully. With their bosoms almost clogged with envious fUh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

1 THE INDIANAPOLIS J0UH17L, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, ICGO. ID - THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1000. I Telephone Calla. Euslness Of3ce......22 Editorial Rooms. .86 TI2H3I3 OF SLI1SCUIPTIOX. DAILT BY MAIL T)A.!Tv nfilr rr mnntli ..... $1.70 l)y only, three months Dallv or.lv. nns vMf S OO Dally. lncradinR Sunday, one year Km EunUaf only, on rear Z.OQ s when furnished by agents. riy. per wJc. hy carrier..... ! cts Fun-lay. single copy 5 ets Daily.ani Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 cts. WEEKLY. M Pit year Reduced Rates to Clnbi. Snbucrib with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. rVrwms sendlnr the Journal throusb the malls fa the United State should put on an aight-pase rPr a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve if ixteen-pase rarer a TWO-CENT postage rtarnjx, 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 nam...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

THE IKDIANAP0L1S JOURNAL,' SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1800. 13 THE SUMMER FASHIONS ri:nioDS or cold wkatiiijii have MADi: THAÜE SLOW. The Nlouae or Sailor "Waist Coming Into Proiiilueiice-How Styles Originate iu Tart. The reason of summer gowns drags along rather listlessly, ?ay the merchant?, who have stocked their departments with the xnc?t fascinating thin goods for summer prettier than ever before. The monotony Is only varied by. an occasional spurt of busi- xiess caused by one bright day. "One swal low doesn't make a summer," by any moan?, and with only half a dozen days cf weather which makes one think. "Oh, I need some shirt waists' or "I mu3t get a jailer and a pair of summer corsets," or I simply cannot stand these high shoes cny longer," the distribution of summer clothing is not as large as the correspond ing period last year. . A new style which has crept steadily Into fashion, almost unobserved, is the new fc!-.u? or sailor waist. Nearly every sum rner gown has some tendency In t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

Ao Kiefer THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1CG0. LOCAL MUSICAL WORLD CHEERFUL TOM MY ATKINS 6and8Vest Yashington Street . . . . no 3iovninvrs of siNncns and Mrsi- CIANS FOR Tim IVECXC SINGS AND WHISTLES UNDER DIS COURAGING CONDITIONS. 14 Bros 9 There AVIII Be ConIdernble Activity In 3InIcal Circle Some Personal Mention. Music, when soft voices die. Vibrates on, the memory: Odors, when sweet violets sicken. Live within the tense they quicken. Shelley. , The ilontanl Brothers Orchestra will fur rlsh thf music, this afternoon, at Broad Ripple Park. Mrs. Alice Fleming Evans will go to Sa lem, Ind., June 10. where she will give a concert and Ytcltal. Mrs. IL II. Ilowland will sins "O Rest In the Lord," Mendelssohn, at the Central Christian Church this morning. Mr. Walter Raufft, of Berlin, Germany, will sing Nevin's "Jesu Miserere" at the Christian Scientist's meeting this morning. Prof. Charles Schuitze has gone to Colum bus, Ind., where he will play the organ at the new Chris...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, IC00. 15 PUBLISHED IiY 8IECIAIj ARRANGEMENT, A X A. ii -A .'S U. U. m M MM a II - T Oy VU. Copyright by TV. L. Alden. Tfce discovery of gold ' at Thompson's yiut. near the northern boundary of Mon tana, had been promptly followed by the expected rush of bold and needy adven turers. Uut disappointment awaited them. Undoubtedly there was sold a few. feet lpiow the surface, but it was not found in quantities sufficient to compensate for the Ubor, privation and danger which fixe miners were compelled to undergo. . it la true that the tirst discoverer of gold,, v.ho had given his name to the Flat, had found a "pocket" which had made hira rich man; but his luck remained unique, and as Bis Simpson sarcastically re marked: "A man. might as well try to find a pocket In a woman's dress, as to search for a second pocket in Thompson's Flat.". For eight months of the year the ground wa3 frozen deep and hard, and during the brief summer the heat was Inte...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

IG THE INDIANAPOLIS; JOTJR17AL, SUNDAY, JülTE 10. ,SCG0. FOR FEMININE READERS SUGGESTIONS AS TO THE FILLING OP THE riCMC .LOCH H ASKET. Disappearance of the Typ'leal Old Wo man Women's 3Ian Step Rcitaarant Without Walter. Nothing except the weather so surely dominates the euccers of the picnic as the lunch basket, fays a writer in the Phila delphia Telegraph. The straw telescope baskets, which are light weight and easliy hold lunch enough for any number of per sons between four and a dozen, are much to be preferred to a box. The different va rieties of food should be wrapped separate ly In paraßne paper, and with such things as sliced tongue, smoked relishes, or high ly flavored cheese, the oiled paper should fc? supplemented with a covering of tin loiL Unless sandwiches are put In a sepa rate box, well lined with oil paper, they should be wrapped In several thicknesses of oiled paper. Wooden plates, plenty of Japanese napkins, come light-weight forks, steel knives, spoons, salt-sha...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

"V" Part Three Pages 17 to 20 Ä PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. mumm DO The H. Lieber Company, Artistic and Beautiful Wedd FEW stores can show so attractive a display of appropriate wed- . dingr gifts as this. The artistic, rare and beautiful domi nates every floor. Gifts of lasting: value, of the sorts that re cipients are more than glad to receive and which are seldom found in duplicate An art piece is the most acceptable wedding gift..,.. and "people who think before they buy" have discovered the fact. The Lieber Store has never been able to place at your disposal so charmingly artistic an assortment, and, best of all, they have been selected with a view to supplying a wide choice, not only for those who wish something expensive but the more modest purchaser as well. Rare water colors, a splendid line of landscapes and ma rines, beautifully framed, ranging in price from $15, S2S, 535 to $75 Dainty facsimile water colors, the newest...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

18 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUItUAX, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1E0O. o the shape of a drama written ami per Xormed by a couple of I'arislennes who have Just been releayed after serving terms of Imprisonment for attempted murder. One is an actress who -was convicted of at tempting to dipoe of a rival by a diet of pins concocted in a pudding. The other was th heroine of a cause celebre of la?t year. She had tried to poison her husband with strychnine and on conviction at tempted to commit pulcMe by drl?ns a hat pin through her heart. The women made acquaintance with each other while in the pri?on of St. Lazare by rappingrs on the wall dividing their cells. On their re lease recently they wrote a play which is a very sensation and partly autobiograph ical, and which will shortly be produced at one of the small theaters within the ex position grounds. snvsiPi:ii files i liihiaiues. A Problem Constantly Ileeomliiff More Pnzzllng. New York Tost. Public libraries In this city have not to etrusgle with the...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1900. 19 PUT YOUR MONEY Where. It Will Be Secure Where you can get IXTERKST on It und still where you can draw It and the Interest If you need It. Accounts May be Opened at Any Time Without Cost. NO REGULAR AMOUNT REQUIRED Open an Account To-Day You will be Surprised how Rapidly the In terest Accumulates. INDIANA TRUST COM'Y Security for Deposits $2,000,000 XOTlCE. Until October we will close at 12 o'clock m. on Saturdays. A Quarry Company With an inexhaustible supply of white marble, owning and operat ing 9 miles of railroad, together with plant and equipment, wishes to raise 5100,000 on first mortgage six per cent, bonds. Will give party placing bondj presidency at good salary. Entire amount to be expended in betterments. 55. I. HARRISON, 811 Majestic Building, - Indianapolis SAFE DEPOSITS. Sr. A. I LL1CHER& CO.'S Sfif o Deposit Vcittlt '.HI Eaat Washington Street Absolut safety against fire and burglar. Po liceman day and niht on g-u...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUN f W w HOTEL LIFE IN SPAIN ITS rct;iMAniTii:s tk.d to dis- COtllAGU TIIC TRAVELCR. X City of .Magnificent Hain Factory 'Which for Centuries IIa Turned Ont Toledo ninden. Correrpondence of the Indianapolis Journal. TOLEDO, Spain. May 2. Castillan hotels, from the showiest of the Imperial capital to the shabbiest of border villages, are celebrated throughout Chrlsendom for ex traordinary discomforts. This "Necropolis cf three empires" po5Ssses the poorest of them all so poor that the una noche To ledana (a night in Toledo), has passed Into a proverb, indicating unmitigated wretch edness. The most expensive of Toledo' hostelrics one cannot truthfully say 'best" where are no degrees of goodness is the Fonda Imperial, fronting the once fashionable Zocodovar, or Moorish plaza. In the heart of the city. Its rather impos ing exterior gives promises which are un fulfilled within, and the sophisticated vis itor bases well-founded apprehensions of evils to ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 June 1900

möIANAPOMS. JOUEMAI V 1' UP Jo "4 WEEKLY ESTARLTFHED 1K3. ) VOT T VH Id DAILY K3TABLISHED liZC. V JJ. lJ, -L U. '4j INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1900. tit o nrVTC J AT RAILWAT NEWS ftaps. on 1 IvlU-fcj o Lx!iiNlo. (trains and ELNDATS, t CENTS. v., i 1.1 V: FOREIGN ARMY READY TO FIGHT ITS WAY TO TIIK CHINESE CAPITAL. 1,500 Troops Repairing the Railway and Trying; to Reach Pek-. Ins from TIen-Tsln. 10,000 MORE WITHIN CALL WILL BE USED TO RACK UP DE MANDS OF THE POWERS. And Slay Even Take the Field Against the Boxers If It Become Necessary. PEKING NOW IN A FERMENT ALL FOREIGNERS FORCED TO TAKE REFUGE AT THE LEGATIONS. Section of the City Allotted to the Ministers Surrounded by Hovrl Ins Mobs of Natives. THEATRICALS AT THE PALACE E3IPRESS DOWAGER AMUSING HER SELF IX AN HOUR OF PERIL. 100 Americana Under Captain McCalla Among; .the Slarlnes Endeav or in sr to Reach Peking;. TIEN-TSIN. June 10. About 1.500 foreign troops of all arms left for Peking by two troop trains this morni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 June 1900

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1900. pits silver certificates In their place. . It opens the door wide for increase Mn the r.otcs of national banks'. It gives ' parity to all our currency. On the face of all our rrony, piper and coin, white and yellow. cp all our lond. all wages, nil trade, all banking, all business, it brands deep and mre. to Iv read of all men for all time, the pledge of gold Interest abroad and at home. The lowest rate of Interest borne by the bonds of any foreign nation is two and three-quarters per cent, on British con sols. This is to run until mi. and then to be two and a half per cent. On only a part of the debt of Germany, France and Rus sia I the rate as low as three per cent., and Italy no less than five "The average bank rate for money In the European centers, in the year ending with Juno lat, was 2.6 per cent, in Amsterdam. 2.7 In Paris. 3.17 In London, 4. in Ham burg and Berlin. From July 1. 1KÖ. to .March 2. 1C). the average in Paris was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1900. New York Store Established 1853. - Sole Affrnti Battertclc ratterns. A Shirt Opportunity.. ....For Men and Boys 6,000 Laundered and Neg- .' ligee Shirts at about 33Jßc on the dollar. All this season's make too, in Madras, Oxford, Percale and Cheviots, with attached or de tached collars and cuffs. Don't Miss This East Aisle. Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus Intss enables us to undersell ail others. GEO. J. MAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St. Second largest Shoe Store In the World. Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. University of Indianapolis, for all kinds of dental work. The fees are to cover the costs only. Receives patients from 9 a. m. to 5 p. ra. f. W. Cor'. Delaware and Ohio Streets. AMUSEMENTS. A Night In Town" is the name of tho farce adapted by Eddie Foy for his own use next season. Llebier & Co. claim that "Tho Christian" has earned gross receipts of $720.000 during its two seasons. xxx Ada Rena...

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

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1900. the Daily journal MONDAY, JUNE 11. 1000. Telephone Calln. Business Office 2CS Editorial Rooms 86 TE1&31S OP SITIISCRIPTIOX. DAILY BY MAIL. Dally only, one month fO-TO I)ally only. three months 2.00 I)ally only, on- year &.UU Dally, Including Sunday, one year 10.00 BunUay only, one year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Daily, per week, by carrier IS eta Funday. single ropy 5 cts Daily and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Per year 1.00 Red need Rates to Clubs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agent or send subscription to the JOURNAL. NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis Ind. Persora sendiruc the Journal through the malls in the United States should put on an eight-page paper a ONE-CENT poaUtge stamp: on a. twelve or sixteen-pape paper a TWO-CENT pontage stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper muft. In order to receive attention, be accompanied b...

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