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

I V Part Three Pages 17 to 20 A PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUNDAY JOURNA JLL JliLJL X. fa -t -- THE K. LIEBER CO. The Sun and An Eastman Kodak PRODUCE PHOTOGRAPHS THAT LIVE . a BSOLUTE perfection In camera building has been achieved by the 51 Eastman Company In their Kodaks for 1900. Wherever the photographic art Is practiced Kodaks are known as the standard in hand . camera value. Kodak quality and Kodak convenience have made them so, for they have that perfection In every detail which Is the first essential to the best photographic work. WE SHOW EVERY EASTMAN KODAK MADE and show them in intelligent and interesting manner, which cannot fall to Folding Pocket Kodak Folding Pocket Kodak Folding Bull's-Eye Kodak O i; D FK K ävo. 1 For rectangular pictures 2x 3 inches; capacity, 12 exposures without reloading; size of Kodak l3tfx6K inches; weight 14j ounces, length of focus and lens 4 inches. Price with achromatic lens, not loaded I...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 June 1900

IG THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUUE 17, IZÖd. THOSE HIGH BUILDINGS A SEW lOIlK AIICIIITKCT HOPKS FOR LI311TATION OF IIKIliHT. Enllt to Secure Air anil Light, .t Spare'. .Ther Dfffnl Their Purpose When Crowded Together. II. II. Robertson, In New York Independent. From an architectural standpoint It cannot be contended, I believe, that the high buildings of New York are slstitly or desirable, and though I have my share of professional responsibility In the matterhaving designed the i'ark Row building and that of the American Tract Company In Nassau street I shall not be sorry to see the law step In and limit their further erection. The beat that can be said for their appearance Is that, viewed frory a distanceespecially from the lower bay they give to the city's skyline a certain plcturesqueness which 13 not unpleqlng. There are some itrlking groups of giants. A closer Inspection, however, reveals defects which relult from the exigencies of the case, and ( do not see any way to ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL,: SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1C00. 10 SAVINGS DE PART A1ENT. As the population becomes denser and ravings accumulate there is Imperative :"" '-" im tuiivcnieni place to iU posit such funds. The savings of those who are not in commercial or Industrial business, cannot be made to yield a fair return so safely o. by deposit with this company. There Rre Industrious people In every community who are not able to use their surplus funds because they are unacquainted with values and their paving, therefore, lie Idle. In this department, the company accepts deposits of one dollar and upward at any time and pays thereon interest at the rate of 3 ner cent, per annum, compounded semi-annually, on May 1 and Nov. 1 of each year. There are no fines, no fees, no deductions of any kind. A way is thus opened lo the holders of small gums to fret a safe and regular return on them. While waiting for some other form of Investment, such as the purchase of real estate, one need not airbw mon...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1SG0. INCIDENT OF MOB RULE IMItMAX THEATJIKXT OF A GIRL OX THE STREETS OF ST. LOUIS. ranllae Urmrr Teil Ilorr She Was Beaten, Almost Denmlfd and Forced to II an for Her Life. St. Lcuis Republic. The outrageous assault upon Miss Pauline Kesscr, which took place on Memorial day cn Geyer avenue, between Twelfth and Ninth streets, has already been productive of several thing?. Anions them a petition to the Governor, an Indignant public sentiment against such mob demonstrations and the sending to the Reform School of. three young Bohemian girls who confessed to taking part In the assault tpon the unfortunate domestic. If the efforts of C. K. Reach, of No. 2314 Hickory street, who has represented himself to Miss Hesser to be an attorney of many years' experience, are successful, there will be another development to the assault upon that young woman. That will be a damage suit against the city of SL Louis for a largo amount of money. Miss Hesser I...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 June 1900

V 1 im)iaa di:li:iati:s mi;ung with conviction' cnowns. Titer rind Out n Few Thing Alton the Ntuttia of Candidates and the Sltuutlun lu General THE RAIN GOD HAS HIS DAY ;loom only nisrisLLKn ii v tiii: GUM IS Or CALIFORNIA. Personality of Theodore Roonevel Makes Its Imp re an on the Delegates Swarming- the Hotels ALL PREPARATIONS ARE MADE PHILADELPHIA RKADV FOR. THIS GATIII2KING OF THIS CLANS. Elaborate Prosramiuri for tlie En tertainment of DlatlngnUhed Guests from Abroad. THE CONVENTION'S PROCEDURE OUTLINE OF THE SCHEDULED WORK FOR THE THREE SESSIONS. Parade of the Visitors Few Dlir Dele gallons Yet In t'te City, tint Slany Are Sort on the Way. Special to th Indianapolis Journal. ' PHILADELPHIA. June' 17.-Charles II. llernly and Warren BIgler successfully guided an expedition of 150 distinguished Indlanians Into Philadelphia this evening. Most of the arrivals proceeded at once to the Lafayette, where quarters had been engaged for them, although many had to scatter among other hote...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 June 1900

DAMJEIl IN HHANdllAI. 'Women and children from Ticn-Tsin ant pouring Into Shanghai. The chief danger line Is that lue fact that the native town, behind the European r-ottloment, I full of tad characters, whose attitude h becoming every day more Insolent nml menacing. Tlie latest news to hand Is that 7.000 Rustlans, with twelve machine guns and twelve field guns, are marching from TlenTsln to Peking. Last week the foreign ministers warned the Tsung-LI-Yamen that In the event of an attack upon the lega tions, or of InJury to any of the ministers vor member of the staffs of the legations, the power In common would declare war upon China. To this ultimatum the Tsung-Li-Yamen, as usual, returned no direct reply. The answer of the Empress dowager Is, no doubt, the attack on the legations by the Boxern and the troops under General Tung Fah Slang." It has transpired that a few days ago the viceroys of the southern provinces received orders from Peking to co-operato with General Tung In the ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 June 1900

1 1 ILL The headline promises very muchdouble value. The actual bargain sustains the promise. You must see the silks In 'opIt to reach an Intelligent conrJurlcn concern, fng the Importa ncc of the offering The lot Includes Mack and colored Taffetas, elore fine weave; fancy plaids and stripe, m French ' Foulards In Mack grounds with white figures, scrolls and dashcis; all on center Ellk counter, at, n yard ... Pettis Dry Goods Co. I HAVE MOVED MY FULL LINE OP Fancy Groceries r TheWhen Building No, 40 N. Pennsylvania St. GEORGE R. POPr Art Glass and Parquet Floors Catalogues Mailed on Application H. E. HAY11LTON & CO. 10 Pembroke Arcade. OUR Large Stock and Large Business enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J. MAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St. , Second largest Ehoe Store In the World. AMUSEMENTS. "Faris' In 1900" will. bo produced at the lSTw Ynrk Theater in five weeks. xxx Henry Miller, it Is said, will star some time next reason in the dramatization of Mary Johnstons ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 June 1900

t Mll t.'..., , l.o . ' ...v.i.tl. Pully only. nan yur 'Dally, Inrluditur Hunduy, on year fcumlay only, uno yinr 2.00 WHtIN Fl'ItXlSHKD UV AGi:.N'T8. Pally, irr week, by carrier 13 cts tSunday, slnal copy S et Dally mid fcunduy, per week, by carrier.... 2) cu WKKKLY. Per year.. fl.uo Reduced Itntea to Club. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end ubncrlption to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sendlnir the Journal through the malli In the United Ktate should put on an eight-page paper a ONK-CBNT postage Mamn; on a twelve or slxteen-page paper a TWO-CENT pontage tamp, Foreign pontage la usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publlcathn In thla paptr must. In order to receive attention, lie accompanied by the name and address of the writer. Ilejected manuscripts will not be returned unleva pontage la Inclosed for that purpoise. THIS INDIANAPOLIS JOURAL Can be found at the following place: NKW YORK Astor llouao and Fifth-avenue Hot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 June 1900

BIAMAFOLIS JOTOMAI A 'EEKLT K5TAr-LTIIED 1SI3. DAILY ESTABLISHED I VOL. LTsO. 169. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MOUSING, JUNE 18, WOO. 1)T)TrT? 3 m?VfPC (AT RAILTTAT STAXTR, ON IxlLÜi O LlMO. J TRAINS AND SUNDAYS, f CCNTS. v OR THE FIELD INDIANA DELEGATES 31INGLING WITH CO.NVEMIOX CROWDS. They Find Oat a Fetr Things Abont the Status of Candidates and the Situation la General. THE BAIN GOD HAS HIS DAY GLOOM ONLY DISPELLED T1Y TUG G CXI US OP CALIFORNIA. Personality of Theodore Roosevelt Slakes Its Impress on the Delegates Sirarmlns the Hotels. AIL PREPARATIONS ABE MADE miLADELnilA READY FOR THE GATHERING OF THE CLANS. Elaborate Programmes for the En tertalnment of Distinguished Guests from Abroad. THE CONVENTION'S PROCEDURE OUTLINE OF THE SCHEDULED WORK FOR THE THREE SESSIONS. Parade of the Visitors Fctt TUg Delegations Yet In the City, bat Many Are Now on the Way. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. ' PHILADELPHIA. June' 17. Charles II. llernly and Warren Bigler successfully guided an expe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 June 1900

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 18, KOI there muft row be more than 120.0nn men outride the city Kates, all of them armed, although rome in a more or less crude fashion. The probability i that there are not more than 70,000 Chinese troops among them, all told. "Information from Peking brought hither by refugees say? that the city is in a state of panic. Incendiary fires are of nightly occurrence and scores of outrages are reported. DANGER IX SHANGHAI. "Women and children from Tlen-Tsln are pouring into Shanghai. The chief danger here Is that te fact that the native town, behind the European settlement, la full of bad characters, whose attitude is becoming every day more Insolent and menacing. The latest news to hand is that ".(XX) Russians, with twelve machine guns and twelve field gun, are marching from TienT5in to Peking. Last week the foreign ministers warned the Tsung-LI-Yamen that In the event of an attack upon the lega tions, or' of injury to any of the ministers r me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1900. 3 New York Store EtaUIIalid 1S53. Sole Acrnta Datterlck Patterns. Silka Price The headline promises very much double value. The actual bargain sustains the promise. You must see the silks In order to reach an intelligent conclusion concerning the Importance of the offering. The lot Includes black and colored Taffetas, close fine weave; fancy plaids and stripe. French, Foulards In black grounds with white figures, scrolls and dashes; all on center silk counter, at. a yard . .. , Pettis Dry Goods Co. I HAVE MOVED MY FULL LINE OF Fancy Groceries - TO The When Building No. 40 N. Pennsylvania St. GEORGE JR. POPP Art Glass and t Parquet Floors Catalogues Mailed on Application H. E. HAMILTON & CO. 19 Pembroke Arcaie. vOjUR Large 5tock and Large BusIness enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J JiAROH, 22 to 28 East Wash. St ( Second largest Shoe Store In the World. ; AMÜSEMENTS. "Paris' In 1W will bo produced at the New York Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JT7NF-18, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, JUNE 18. 1900. Telephone Call. Business Oifice 23S Editorial Rooms. " TEIUH OF SUBSCRIPTION'. DAILT BT MAIL. Dally onty, on month f).70 Ially only, three months 2.00 lally only, on year 8.' Dally. Including Sunday, one year lfl.no fcunday only, one year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Daily. per wwk. by carrier 13 cts fcuGday, tingle copy 5 eta Daily ud Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Ttr year - $1.00 Ilednced Hate to C'Inbs. Fubscr'be with any of our numerous agents or snd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY. Indianapolis Ind. Persons sending the Journal through the malls In the Un'.tH States should put on an eight-page paper a CNE-CENT postage stamp; on a twelve or tixtfi-page paper a TWO-CENT postage stamp. f )rign postage is usually double these rates. All eomnunieatfons Intended for publication In this paper muit, In order to rece4ve attention, be accompanied by the name and add...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 June 1900

TOE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL. MONDAY. JUNE 18. 1000. S traw We can make prompt shipments of all grades CHINA" and "JAP" Mattings, Cotton and Hemp Warps, jointless, inlaids, fancies, from $3.50 to $16.00 per roll. (Samples sent if requested.) Floor Oilcloths" and 64 Linoleums" For present or fall delivery. 1,000 pieces seasoned goods in open stock. Selling agents in this territory for Thos. Potter's Sons & Co., Incorporated. Stocks complete, lowest prices always a certainty. No inferior goods at any price. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. Importers, Jobbers, Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. EXCLUSIVELY INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air BMs. rillow and Chair Cushions. Hospital Rinsrs. L'rlnala. Bed Pans. Fountain and uulb Syrin. Hot Water Bottles, Stomach Tube and Shower Baths. I'.ath Cabinets. WM. IL ARMSTaONO & CO.. SURCilCAL INSTIU'MET MAKERS 124 and 225 6. Meridian street. Indianapolis. Ind. versatlon. makes a book considerably above the average fiction of the day In Its' e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 June 1900

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1300. JOURNAL'S nt'SISESS DHinCTOIlY. iOENTntJIDLAXATOU Wtt I. Rlc. 250 West Michigan street. Telephones: old. 2S7iO; new, 3U2. Territory west of Ahite rlrer. :oalZO.KL, Ccbum Coal Co., Kant 22d at. Anthracite, coke, hard and oft coaL Phon 214. rLORISTS rxnTnr.MAN?! floral company. New No. 2U Mass ave.. 228 N. Del, st. Tel. 141. LAUNDRIESUNION CO-OPnRATTE LAUNDRY. Work called for. 13-144 Vtrg. it. i--hone 123. MANTELS AND G HATES P. IL PCRSHT.T, (Mantels. Fnmic). 231 Mass. are. patent lawtep.&v. il lockwood. 41S-411 Lemck building. SALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. TJueVboards, etc.) 25 Circle TcL 1037. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEU 213 South Meridian Street. CND ERTAKETiS FRANK BLANCIIATID, n N. Delaware st. Tel 41L La 4 7 Attendant. IV iLL PAPERS IL C. BTEVEN3. New Styl Wall Paper. Low prlc. sea N. Senate ave, TeL 1 on 2X2. I II -I II 111 a I II I - 1 " ' FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FLANNTJK & BUCHANAN Li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1900. A DAY OF LIQUIDATION IT FOLLOWS A AVKEK OF TUB MOST MARKED STAGNATION Vrlce Movement of the Uerk With. 'out ftlarnlfleunrc The Sinner MarketsLocal Trade Conditions, At New York 'Saturday money on call iva. easy at 2 per cent. Irlme mercantile paper. 2' 4 per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with actual business in bankers' bills at li.S7iaft4.S7U lor demand anrt Ji.SlVi'lSiTs for sixty days; posted rates. Jl.&'i and Jf.&S1: commercial Mils. m4tKS4U. Silver certificates were JflfiSlc; bar silver, Cßlic; Mexican dollars. 474c. At London ftilver bars ?old at 27 ll-16d an ounce. Exports of precious metals for the week from the port of New York, were S3.570.585 In gold, and $Sif.013 In silver bars and coin. Specie Imports at New York for the week ended Saturday were $25,532 In gold and 1271,518 in silver. Imports of dry goods and merchandise lor the week at the port of New York were Tallied at 5,2IC,SS2. The week...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 June 1900

8 THE- INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1900. L.S.AVRESS3L CO Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods Man T5a.il ored Ejeclasi'Oc Style Costumes &o Order 49 j SfCtrts, $24 I Our Mr. McFarland announces as still unsold eighteen suit lengths and five skirt length of recently imported cloths and worsteds blues, browns, grays and tans. At regular prices the suit lengths made to your order would cost j, $70 or $75, the skirts from $30 to As a final clearing sale for the season, we offer any suit complete at $49; skirts, $21. These prices include silk, linings throughout and the workmanship of our regular corps of tailors. y L.S. AVREStSLCO mm THE K. LIEBER COMPANY PICTURES FOR Wedding Gifts THE H. LIEBER COMPANY, 24 Went Washington Street. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. 300 Spring Carpet Samples It Monday's Bargain Sale A GREAT CHANCE FOR PHTGr o o SOO Three IJundred of them (only.) They are I yards long. Regular value $2.25 to 5.00. Choice Monday, $1.38 Al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 June 1900

Ew, TWBI AMAPOLIS JOIJE.NAI V TVEF.KLY F.STAPL1PHED ICS. VOT T . .Yfi 1 7H DAILY ESTABLISHED VZO. ' JlJ. 1j 1J. IIU, INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 11)00. TlTTni? Q m?VrrC (AT RAILWAY NT.WS STAXP5. ON' 1 liiUXi O jXjj?S IC. i TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. & CENTS. '.y V V. AGAINST A TT TT China Has Virtually Declared War On All the Other Nations of the Globe. Turned the Guns of the Taku Forts Loose On the Foreign Warships and Killed and Wounded a Number of Sailors. ALL THE POWERS NOW FULLY AROUSED Germany, France, England and the United States Hurrying Troops to the Scene. Fire of the Chinese Silenced and the Forts Captured' Special Session of the National Congress Among the Possibilities. LONDON, June 13. 3:S0 a, m. China declared war against the world when the Taku forts opened fire on the international licet. The accounts of what took, place are still unsatisfactory, the best rcml-cfflclal Information being the dispatch received at Rerlin from Chc-Foo. It reads: "The G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 June 1900

2 -THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1D0O. ator was supporting Long he had little hope that Long would be nominated. Senator Hanna continued: "Well, what Is the matter with Fairbanks?" "Nothing In the world," responded Lodge. "Go ahead and nominate him. Nominate anybody you can. We are all standing; raJy to help you." From this conversation it Is apparent that the chairman of the national committee is Hill sanguine that a nomination for the vice presidency will be made only after an open struzele In the convention. OTIIER IiOOMERS TAKE HEART. With the appearance of Colonel Koose velt'a statement the managers of the vice Xretiden.lal "booms" withdrawn last night took heart again and renewed the sus pended work of canvassing. Of the avoweil fcnd willing candidates for the office Repre tentative Dolllver has perhaps the largest und most aggressive following, and it is thought that rather tnai. see Roosevelt succeed through a Quay-Piatt alliance, the Ohio senator v. Ill throw ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1900. r1 1 New York Store I itAhiiid issa. Sole A&rent Ilutferlck rattern. Basement Sale ToDay Screen dtor?, the Wabasb, 1-panel, walnut fctain, all eilc. from JfxtA to S::7, worth 10c, this saie ()3c Fancy doors, the Wabah, 1U inches, thick, 4 fancy cor.itr.-i and rati, natural finish, above 1 Si sUe vllö Wabath adjustable window percent, hardwood blck fcreen. height 'Jt lachf-f, extends -0 to Zr for Height SO inches, extend J to for Height tt lnchej, extends 21 to S7, for - Height a-: Inches, extends 21 to 27. for T.c?3 are about half price?. Screen wire, black and green. 21 to 2S inches wide, for l-jjC a Fuare foot. Poultry nttin. fquaxe foot. Puritan :as stove, 2 burner, triangle shape, ali nickel plated, 4f each Pettis Dry Goods Co. If You Appreciate A Good Thing See the line ot KRAUSS 44 East Washington Street. AMÜSEMENTS, Grace Filkins will not be Otis Skinner's' leading woman in "Prince Otto" next seasonx x x Edna Auj?r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 June 1900

iL THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1900. the daily journal TUESDAY, JUNK 19, 1900. Telephone Call. Easiness OiCce 233 Editorial Rooms S6 TER5IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAI LT DY MAIL Daily only, one month J. 73 Pally only, three months ? 2.00 Ialljr only, one year 8.00 Pallr, Including Sunday, one year 10.00 bunclay only, one year 2.09 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally, per week, by carrier 13 eta Sunday, tingle copy S cts Pally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 23 cu WEEKLY. Ter year.. J1.0G Reduced Hate to Clubs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or szij subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, 1ml. Persons sandln the Journal throuxh th malls lr. ths United i-'uts shouM put on an eiKht-pajce paper a ONE-CENT postage rtamp: on a twelve or Bixt"n-pa; par r a TWO-CENT pontage tainp. Korean watage is usually doubl the rate. All communications Intended for publication In this papr muxt. In order to r-ce4ve attention, be crompanied bjr the name and adJre...

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