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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 23 June 1900

IMBIANAJPOLI JOUB V WHKKLT KRTABLIFHED J VHT T "V O 1 7 T' DAILY ESTADLiSHKD liCO. j V-lj. Aj-iv. 111. -T "V INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, l'JOO. TiDTrir o nii'VPC at railway news stands, on I TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. 5 CENTS. 7 WAR IN CHINA SEVERE FIGHTING REPORTED AT THE CITY OF TIEN-TSIX. Foreign Settlement Shelled by Either Boxer or Imperial Troops, "Which It la -Not an Yet Known. XIANY WILD RITH0RS CURRENT ALL MISSIONARIES HIT THREE SAID TO HAVE BEEN KILLED. American Consulate Destroyed and Buildings Occnpled by Europeans Also in Rains. CHINESE HAVE BIG GUNS HCT ARC OVERMATCHED BY THE SKILL OP FOREIGN TROOPS. Russian Field Pieces Said to Be Doing Good Service in Destroying; the t Eoemr'a Fortifications. iADIHRAL 2r.UCE'S ADVICES Cr.ESSACE THAT WAS READ IV THE British hoi sc OF COMMONS. American Marines Reported to Be En Cagrd 1,300 Foreigners Alleged to Have Been Massacred. I LONDON, June 23, 3 a. m. The silence of JPeklng continues unbroken. Four thousand rr en of the al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 23 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1900. Tien-Tsln during extreme low water. In this case, the only recourse Is in the use of troops and naval battalions afoot. The distance from Taku to Tien-Tsln Is about thirty miles, but the traveling is bad and If there is much opposition the Journey might occupy several days. HURRYING TIIK TROOPS. .The emergency described in Admiral KempfTs dispatches has kd the War Department to make an extra effort to hurry forward the Ninth Infantry from Luzon to -Taku. It was reported by General MacArthur upon the receipt of the original order to send these troops to China, that, owing to the break in railway communication between Tarlac. the hcadiuarters of the Ninth, and Manila, and the prevalence in the harbor of a typhoon, It would probably not be possible for the troops to get away before the 21th Inst. The War Department is now determined that this movement shall be hastened, if it Js possible to dp so, and has instructed General MacArthur i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 23 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1900. 3 iNew York Store . ' Established 1S53. Sole Acents Ilntterlck Patterns. Parasols and Umbrellas Pretty Ruffled Parasols, "with lacet rimmed edges, six ruffles, new and pretty; they come in red. navy, light green and . royal blue, also braided effects and foulard silks, with plain white borders $3.00 - - Colored Crianseable Silk Umbrellas, . with pretty borders, tight roll case and tassel, with princess handles, for $3.75 Children's Parasols, size 16-inch, with "one rufi-e. red. nurrjle. lavender. rose and green . 75c Right of Kntrance. Pettis Dry Goods Co. KNOX'S WORLD- H ATC RENOWNED HAID FOR Ladies and Gentlemen Knox's West creations crVf V In Trimmed and aiking .S&3S StepHens $3 Hats Beat on Earth for the floney. A. B. STEPHENS, Pennsylvania St Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. University or Indianapolis. "for all kinds of dental work. The fees are to cover the costs only. Receives patients from 9 a. m. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 23 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1000. Telephone Call. Business Oif.ce 233 Editorial Rooms SS TERMS OF subscription. DAILY BY MAIL. Pally only, one yar 8.00 Dally. Including Sunday, one year 1 Cundar unly, on year 2.0U Pally only, on month Xli tally only, three months 2.00 r ' 'when furnished dy agents. Dally, per week, by carrier J3 cts .Fundajr. ylr.ple copy 5 cts Dally and Sunday, i-er week, ty carrier.... 2) cti WEEKLY. Per year Jl.OO . Reduced Hates to Club. SubcrlL with any of our numerous aeenta or end subscription to tho JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, IndlnnapolU, Ind. Persons sending the Journal through the malls In the United Htat shouM put on an eljrht-pae paper a ONE-CENT postage utamp: on a twelve or slxteen-par paper a TWO-CENT postasre stamp. Foreign postage is usually double these rates. ".yuiiauniiaiions :nienaea lor puuwr:ai.icm in tr.La paper mut. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and addre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 23 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE - 23, 1900. Dob AT WIHHEGÜ. Boys' Special Suit Sale at $4.25 and $6.75. Ken's Special Suit Sale at $6.75, $8.50 and $11.75 And other Saturday attractions. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. Importers nnd JotterH o ICDifr GoodL and Iotioin All the requisites for travelers' comfort. Trunks of every description. Dress Suit Cases in Grain Leather, Alligator, Sheep, with reinforced leather corners, brass locks and trimmings.' Also, cloth-covered and canvas Suit Cases and Telescopes. we: offer $47,000 U. S. Gov't coupon 3s. $2,000 Lawrence County, Ind., 4s. $15,000 Indianapolis Qas Co. 6s. Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Price and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. Useful Articles for Invalids. Reclining ani Rolling Chairs for parlor and street. Carrying Chairs. Wheeled Couches, Food ftrlllr and Desiccators. Feeding and Spit Cups. Klectrlc Delta, Insoles and lotteries. La...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 23 June 1900

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1900. joluxal's nusi.Ess diiiectory. agect'IndlXnaTl Win. L. Rice. SSOS West Michizan street- Tete-hnn-M: oil. ZS7Z0; new. 21i2. Terr?.ory west of fcit river. COAL - - - CO A L Ctbtrn ", Coal Co.. East 22d st. Anthracite, ob, bard and oft coaL Phon 2445. FLORIST3 BnrrrERMANN floral compant. Now No. &U Mass ave.. S N. Del. sL TeL Ell j a T!crrir?i - l'N!ON CO-0PFRATTYT3 "LAUNDRY. T7orX cabled for. 13S-1H Vtrg. ar. "I-'hont 12SX 1M3CTELS AND GRATES P. XL. FUIULL (Mania!. Furnace). 221 Mass. are. JATENT LAUTER8V. XL LOCK WOOD, 415-41S Lemcka building. BALG AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Buckboards, ttc.) 2i Circle TeL 1037. SHOWCASES WILLI Alt TV EI GEL. 243 Couth Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRAfK BLANCnARD. 99 N. Delaware st. Tel 411. Lady Attendant. .WALL TAPERS IL C. 8TE'EN3. New Etyfe Wall rarr. Low prices. szo r. Senats ave. Tel. 2 on zz. FlWLItAL D111ECTORS. PLANNER & BUCHANAN-fLIcensM emhal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 23 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1900. 7 Indiana Title Gnaranty&Loan Co "Mi Ccmrany has the ivr.n complete Title Plan in In.liAn. embracing the, separate Plants of ELLIOTT fc BUTLER WILLIAM C. ANDERSON. and THEODORK STEIN. Tlicie have steed thetm for mere than a third of accntury. TITLE INSURANCE. AHSTKACTS.LOANS. SAFE deposits. 5. A. FLL1CHER& CO.'S Safe Ieiooiit: Vault 20 Caat Washington Street Absolute safety against fire and burglar. Policeman day and night on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money. Bonds. Wills. Deed. Abrtracts. Silver Plate, Jewels and valuable Trunks. Packages, etc. Contains 2.139 boxes. irent f Stoff 45 rerTear. JOHN 3. TAIIKI.GTO..........3Innacr. SHARES ACUTELY WEAK EXPECTATIONS OP A BULGE RECEIVE A SHARP SCTDACK. Grangers Led the Decline, bat "Were rassed lr Public Utility Stock Conditions of Local Trade At New York yesterday money on call v&s easy at lVl. per cent.; last loan, 1 per cent. Prim$ mercantil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 23 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1900. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work- RUFFLED CURTAINS 3 YARDS OF THEM This Week. Only a Pair A Chance to Beautify the Home within the Reach of All. Don't Forget Only This Week Albert Gall Carpels, Draperies, Wal! Paper, 17 and ID IVrat Washington St. Iltrdwccd Floor 113. finished and rcflnlabcd. INDIANA NATIONAL INCREASE. Its Aiiftiment Ilalned to SJSoO,000 Other Corporatloni. Thirty-three assessments were completed by the Board of Review yesterday. The largest Increase of any of the corporations submitted was that of the Indiana National Bank, which was raised to SSSO.OOO, JCO.OOO more than last year. Tho assessments are as follows: Piamond Steam JLaundry Company $11.155 $11.103 It I. Kads & Co 3.5i 3.500 Comstock & Coon?e Co.,... 43.8S3 26,700 Pred Deltz Company 20jOO 20,000 El Rio Tropical Plantation Association 815 new. J. F. Darmody Company.. 15.000 15.000 Conde Implement Co 50.000 50.000 Columbia Club...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

OURNAL. SUNDAI Part One Pases 1 to 8 PRICE FIVE CENT?. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1900 TWENTY TAGES. Ilil EilCAN Small Force of Marines in Tien-Tsin and Another Detachment Outside the City Major Waller, Formerly of the Battleship Indiana, and a Gallant Band of Blue Jackets, Repulsed by the Chinese. SITUATION MORE CRITICAL THAN EVER Probably Few Foreigners in Tientsin Have Escaped the Fury of Their Enemies. Dispatches rfrom Admiral and Others, Telling of Grave Conditions A Proclamation Issued. WASHINGTON", June 23. Dispatches received to-day from Admiral Kempff announced that fighting was in progress near Tien-Tsin. Beyond the Information that the American marines under Major Waller and 400 Russians had been engaged with the Chinese army and that a second attack with a force of 2,000 was about to be made, no rpeciflc details were received. t The officials waited anxiously throughout the day to learn the result of this second moverrent. but tip to a late hour no further wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

INDIANAPOLIS JOUniTAL, ' 'SUND AY, JUIT2 24, ICCD. 2 In? on the lith and Is now at Shanghai fays that all the legations except the British, Austrian and Belgian have been burned, the foreigners taking refuge with those three. ... , Another dispatch from Shanghai ?ays: I'Only seven ir.rupp frunt are employed In the tombardment of Tlen-Tsin. There is till no news -of Vice Admiral Seymour. The gfflclal3 here arc anxious, business js practically suspended and all the respectable Chinese look lor foreign protection in the event of a rising. "It is officially .said that the dowager Empress has issued emphatic instruction? for the extermination of all foreigners in China. Large numbers of refugees arc arriving here from the north. All 13 quiet licre and in the Ylang-Tse Klang valley." If the assurance of the Chinese minister at Berlin relative to the safety of Baron Von Kettcler. the German minister at Peking, can be credited it will tend materially to brighten the situation at the Chinese...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL SUNDAY, . JUNE 24, 1300. CLYDE JONES IS GUILTY VERDICT, IX THE DKnCUU ASSAULT cask at ri:nu. roiPf Coantr Farnifr Kill. His Wife and Himself Troubles of a Heroine T. II. A I. Railway Sued. Frccial to tfcs Indianapolis Journal. PERU,' Ind., June 23. Clyde Jones was found guilty, to-day. on the charge of criminal assault and the abduction of Nellie Berger, and the Jury recommended his commitment to prison under the terms of the indeterminate sentence act. The jury was out all night. Much satisfaction Is expressed with the verdict. The personnel of the case, not lesa than Its peculiar feature?, has been of absorbing interest. Of chief interest has been the marvelous coolness shown by Jones all through the trial. Only twice did he show iolent anger, and rarely was annoyance vi.-ible in his countenance or manner. Jones did not show any change of countenance when the verdict was read, lie was expecting th5 result and had told the officers for several days that he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

i THE INDIANAPOLIS OUIUTAL, SUNDAY, JUNE y 24, lCOtt IL w i i i I In Tic: IVf , or. tl-.; rA' to ir : t i - re f. f t r: I Ii FUTURE OF CHINESE EtnorKAN rownns ii.wn xo rnnAUit.v(;i:n piioc.iiamml:. .Will Inunre Snfctr of Forelpmcr Helore Drrltüns "What to Do vrlth the Umprcss nml Her Advisers, ALL HTJHORS ARE UNFOUNDED aot:ii.; avill uk agrekd ox til ql'ict is restored Ercrybody in the Dark a to the Ileal .Situation Russia and Ja pan Mar rieht It Gat. " Coryrlght, 1S00. by the Associate Tress. LONDON. June 23. From every capital in Kuroro and from every news center the world over there is pouring Into London an amazing, interesting stream of stories purporting to foretell the action the powers Intend to take in regard to China. According to usually well Informed correspondents at Rome, Vienna, Yokohama, Paris and Herlin, the powers are now deliberating as to the advisability of imprisoning the dowager Kmpress of China, and are busy arranging the details of the long-ooked-for partit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

5 Fair rreather. GERMANS AKD CHIM St. Petersburg in connection with matters relating to the funeral and Interment of his Striped or fancy flannel coatand trousers no vest, but a father, the late Baron Muravieff. MURDERERS DEPORTED. HOW THE BOXER UPRISING IS VIEWED II Y THE KAISER'S PEOPLE. IB, Fitzharrls and Mullett Break a Door Indiana's famou Hit Store on the Cunarder Servia. Che R. Utebcr Company THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1U00. -H 1 Ml h1 ?vj-v -if , Ipi - At V fa v ; - -vZH This season, and they are so Inexpensive that one can have a vanoty without wrecking tho pockotbook. Dluo flannel, striped flannel or serges, att como In this weight. at TMP- ry Lt DEATH OF MURAVIEFF freacii OFFICIALS COXSIDEIl IT .v BLOW TO THE ALLIAXCE. American Traveler Have n IHßh Opinion of the .Minister and Speak in "Warm Term of the Czar. VIEWS OF CHINESE UPRISING DELCASSE OUTLINES THE POSSIBLE RESULTS OF THE EMEtTE. Position of the United States Strength, ened In the Orient Final Comp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

) THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL', ' SUNDAY, JUNE 2-1, lZd. jorum's cwnnss directory. - V.'m. L. RIc. 2r, i Vtet Michigan street. Ttie-r:-!ons: o!J. 2i750; nrr, 2152. Territory west ol Y.hit river. COALCOAlCcbum Col Co.. Fast S2d ft. Anthracite, eoie, hard nd soft coal, Phon 24. FLOHISTS"lnTEP.MANN' FWHAT, COMPANY. New No. 2U Masj are., S N. Del. ft- TeL S43. LAUNDRIES t'NION CO-OrKHATTVE LAUNDRY. -Wer called Ter. 13S-1 Vlrg. ave. 'jphone ISO. XIANTO.S AN'Il GRATES T. iL I'UIEU (Hantels, Furnae).21 Mass. are. PATENT LAWYERS V. II. IX CI! WOOD. . 41S-41S lmcke buIMlns. ßALn AND LIVEHY STADLKSIIORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Duck, boartla. etc) ä Circle. TeL 1037. 6HOW CASES - WILLIAM WEIGEL. 2 Bouta Meridian Street. UXDET.TAKEnS FriAN'IC ULAXCTIARD. 93 S. Delaware st. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. .WALL PATERS II. C. STEVENS. New Sty!- Wall Parr, Low prices. SO N. Senate ave. Tel. 2 on rt.CRAL DIRECTORS. FLANNER & RUCHAJJAN fLiccnsed embalmf rs.) Can fhip eilrhthrrla and pcarlet fever...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1SC0. SIDiNEY LUCAS WON IT TOOK THE THIRTEENTH AMERICAN DUIlDV iT WASHIXGTO.V PAUK. Result Warn 5nch a Great Sarn?ie That the Thirty Thousand Spectators Forgot to Cheer. EASTERN COLT, JAMES, SECOND WIIILE LIEUTENANT GIIJSOX, THE FAVORITE, FINISHED THIRD. Winner Was Almost Neglected In the Retting, Odds Against Him RangIns from SO to 1 to 0 to 1. CHICAGO, June 23. Sidney Lucas, almost neglected In the betting, at odds of 20 to 1, won the thirteenth American Derby this afternoon at Washington Park Six lengths behind him was the Eastern colt James, and still further back, struggling to no avail, was the vaunted public choice, the even-money favorite, Lieutenant Gibson. Barrack, Advance Guard and Sam rnilllps brought up the procession, which carried little joy to the 20.000 spectators who saw tho great classic decided. That rush of Sidney Lucas through the stretch and that falling back of Lieutenant Gibson was so sudden, so startling, it fairly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

.0 THE ' lUDiAiff APOLIS JOURNAL, SUM DA?. iTIT 2-1-i ' Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. rrmmnrm Deep Knotted Fringe IN iMON DAY'S BARGAIN SALE OF Saline raperies FOR MANTELS AND WINDOWS Launders beautifully and costs 83 cents. Oak Screens Sllkallne Filling 98 cents Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Vail Paper, 17 and 10 West Washington St. IT&rdvrcoä Floor laid. fin!tea and raflnlthei. SCHLEICHER' 5 hj 18-22 North Meridian St. We Can Save You Money.... ÜAPERIES k cmo to in .9 9 DON'T YOU THINK.... That a specialist in any line of business, one who devotes his whole time and study to perfecting" one thing", is better able to serve you than the ordinary merchant? Specialists in DIAMONDS Wc can interest you in QUALITY, PRICE and SELECTION This is the last week of oar 10 per cent discount Jo Co I1FIB Importer of Diamonds yz N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, Ind. Danbury w Ii Are the Lightest Good Hats on me Market Rough or Split Straw for 1 In Yacht or Sailor Shape. NEGLIGE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

Part Two Pages 9 to 16 PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1900. TRICE FIVE CENTS. i In d i i cl n cl Maiwlih-atyl Waists, of striped Madras. plain plait- In front, box-plait ick. pir.K. Blue c Madras Waist?, with narrow wWitstripes set wide apart on blue, lavender and pink grounds, serpentine front plait Sl-40 . pir.K, erne and hello yrfÄ - ' tAMt f t India Linen WaUU. with almon J i ". V ! fW.. ft l tucks hack and front. ' fc. ASVÄ'? ivCM laired cuff, and ck,. a ' ÄIW'T V -'S. VHMVA?C1 De hofaoms of htrt Wai a 5? 21 More waists, more styles and the season's lowest prices. Those we've named are but a few of many different designsall new. Others in a bewildering wealth of color and texture claim consideration. Isn't a display of over one hundred styles worth your f while? It is a present feature of our second floor. Two bargain offers: 13 O Thtrt Watst at 49c Reduced from $1 and $1.25. Wash Good New arrivals and Kv several more ivJ laminar um 52 equally fashiona...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE IX-, KCa. bonea of Cardinal Llcndoza he "who suggested the plana that brought to successful !sue the siege of Grenada. Ills Uncage was one of the noblest In Castile, and he reconciled within himself the apparently Inconsistent qualities of priest, warrior and s tatepman. As his tomb ?ets forth, the title of Tertlus Hex, "Third King of gpaln," from the degree In -which he shared the sovereignty with Ferdinand and Isabella. Cardinal Ximenes. too the great prelato who was once the obscure Franciscan frfc.r, occupies a splendid niche, above whi :h hangs his scarlet silken hat, covered with the accumulated dust of three hundred and fifty years. OTHER FAMOUS TOMBS. Every Spanish cathedral is a kind of "Westminster Abbey, and this of Toledo is particularly rich in famous tombs. Fach of its twenty chapels fifty-six feet long br fifty wide, 316 feet high and in form like the cathedral itself Is as large as many churches; each contains its illustrious...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

I THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1S00. 11 The City's SOCIAL LIFE m mm Events, Gayetles and Personal Activities the Week Thf Srnslblr AVhlMer. Mirl Jtn A4hm. may hr trib tnrr. at portir her cards with hr conndn at vhen he ud1nfy saw in th room of th club. rsehn to writ- mth n. trni old Ptuh. 7.t.Suen A wrarlr.jr a kok of car. Marias a whi?tr with coura rr."st rarr, An-1 to th- rctr in th room h pvk: What writeat thour Tns ghost icroanM out. Jok. As from my n.li-n yoj mfght hve guA; I write th nma of tho who?? tyrttm Is th Best. "r0 'don't " '" lIarU ,"r0U mll' Th Own r'p!lM. Mar smilM. as waa her wont, ljr most d-risiv umil. "I thn demand lou write nm on who f1ay arccrdinc to her ntn I. The grt laughM out and left. The nxt day f he came arain. with quite, a different air. And showed the ranies who. scores were ortnst bt. And lo: Maria's name led all th ret! Washington Star. The Filipino Klmo. A soMier writing of the Filipino girl's klmo to a Southern raper says: It is a s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 24 June 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUITI2 THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1000. Telephone CaIIm. Business Ot?Ice......ra" Editorial Rooms SC THUMS OF Sl'IlSCItirTION. DAI LT UY MAIL. Pally only, one year Dally, inclvi.llr.qr Survlay, on year Sunday only, one year f. 00 ID. 00 2-00 Pally only, one month V-W Pally only, three months 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Pally. per wek. by carrier 15 cts Fun-iay. Uncle copy,.. 5 eta Pally and Sunday, pir week, by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Ver year J1.00 , J Reduced. Unten to Claim. - Subscribe wrth any of our numerous agents or stnd subscription to tfce JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending tbe Journal through the malls in the United States should put on an elght-pae paper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or slxten-pae paper a TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper mutt, In order to rece-lve attention, be Accompanied by...

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