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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 June 1900

i THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 24. 1C0O. 10 ) POKER WITH MARBLES A NEW CAME INVESTED BY THE BOV OP TUG VINTAGE OF lOOO. It I Played Daily In Various Vnrtn of tbb Cltr-Weathcr Holds Oth er Pastimes In Check. The seductive American game of "draw poker" has. on innumerable occasions, as Its devotees know full well, been played by the aid of matches, buttons, tacks, beans, bits of seashell. and various other substitutes for money, uhen present neces. fity or the evasion of the majesty of the law required. It has remained for the In dianapolis email boy, however, to devise a form of poker to be played with the use of marbles. In the good old days "when we were twenty-one," marbles were played In but one regulation, standard way, and that by putting a certain number in certain relative positions at a fixed, distance and then "shooting" at them with another marble dubbed a "taw," held in certain wise between thumb and first finger. Such was the clumsy method in vogue in the youth...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 June 1900

" ) THE INDIANAPOLIS ''JOURNAL; SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1CÜ0. 14 LOCAL -MUSICAL WORLD SEVERAL EVEHTS ARC SCHEDULED F0H THIS WEEK. State 3rnIc Tendier' Conrfiillon Columhtm l'crftoonl Co sip of Interest. Louis Bra?ln. one . of the celebrated pianists of the nineteenth century, wa3 bom at Alx la Chapelie. June 24. 1810. lie was a teacher in the St. Petersburg Con servatory for a number cf years. To-rnor-row marks the arnlversary of the birth of Antoa Schott, one of the mcst celebrated of the earlier Vagnerlan singers. Born In Swabla, June 23, 1SW. Another name familiar to teachers and students is that of A. Loeschbarn, who was born In Berlin. June 27, 1S1D. Ills etudes for piano velocity. Opus. 63, 66 and 84, are used more than those of any other composer. Vocalists who love to sing the beautifully artistic songs of Robert Franz will be glad to know that this week commemorates his birth, which occurred at Halle, June S. 115. Franz is known as a ong writer of the highest type, and has written...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 June 1900

. v, THE IK D I AN AP OLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1300. 1C PUBLISHED BT SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT.! (A LONDON Oy RODERT Copyright 19(W by Robert Boehanan. It was clear to every one of the three that Berinthla was out of temper. She found it difficult. If not impossible, to keep the pose for many minutes together; she trembled, she shifted, her feet, she showed ber white teeth in a grin that did not at all resemble her usual smile, and every time that she was remonstrated with, her eyes flashed angrily. At last, unable to control herself any longer, she Jumped down from the dais or platform, and moved towards the screen which was drawn across one corner of the studio and formed a sort ot dressing or 'tiring room for the occasional ?e öf "models." 'It's no use." she cried, "I'm cttV And casting the shawl from her in the manner of one preparing to take a header Into a swimming bath, she disappeared be hind the screen. "What the devil's the matter with your' growled Eelford, & bearded ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 June 1900

20 THE INDIANAPOLIS i JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 24, ICCa FOR FEMININE READERS THE OFFICE OF CIIAPCnoX NOT AT ALL AX VASY O.NE TO FILL. Co-Operative Hoaackceplnx May Sohe the Servant Question The nrerlaatlns: Fnshlon Froblem. Epe.iklng of chaperons a Now York paper says: Sdclcly unchaperoncd 13 not society; it is merely a collection of foolish young people - who have hardly outgrown their schoolroom sports. In the day 4" gone by, before American society had become a fac tor of Importance, married women were supposed to spend their time at the family hearth, and their duties and pleasures were concentrated in domestic regions. Boys and girls ruled supreme, and parties and picnics, which seemed to be the chief form of gayety. according to the season, were managed exclusively by them. Indeed, mar ried people would have been deemed sadly out of place in the provincial society that 80 often prevailed. Some one said the other day that a chaperon is a development or an outcome of effete civiliz...

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

11 71 Part Three H Pages 17 to 20 A ) rillCE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 7 SUNDAY JOURNA r x ADULTERATION OF FOOD SCIENTIST OP COL13H1IA COLLEGE POIXTS OL'T 3IAXY FRAUDS. Salicylic AcII In Fifty Per Cent, of AH Canned Goods What .May lie in Oar liter-Distressing Results. John D. Quackenbos, In New York Tost. Adulteration implies the debasement of a pure article by the admixture of some thing Inferior In quality and value. whether Innocent or dangerous. A large j proportion of. adulterations arc commer cial frauds. Those usually encountered In trade have in view the reduction of food materials with cheap inert substances In order to Increase their bulk, and thus Insure more money for a less quantity of the genuine article. Hence the great mass of adulterations are seldom in any other respect injurious than that they in terfere with the processes of digestion and assimilation, or diminish the nutritive value of foodstuffs. Some, however, ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 June 1900

i nrrr ci nana ana rase, and thlnx no nr- If I be Focr. or old. or ail untlest; roor l.:7 17 tz-l f;:-T7 tiro' t C-;-; trffr! THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, ljULii)A7, JüIILI ,'2, IZZ'l 10 GENEALOGY AS A CALLING HEX AND WOMI2X 1VHOSI2 IHSINCSS IS TO SUARCII OUT PKDIGHEKS. Cunrncerltlc of the fimulnc Ances try llrinter utÄroTlIi of the Patriotic Societies. New York Evening Tost. It Is no uncommon thing in this year of the Republic to discover tho professional frenealosist who makes a comfortable living by ascertaining for plain Americans whether their lines run back through illus trious Uncase, or lead to cul-de-sacs before which curiosity stands paralyzed. Since the centennial, that prolific source of patriotic societies, an immense impetus has been given to the natural desire to know whence one sprang, and "who was who" along the ages in that stream of blood which finds Its latest embodiment in the inquirer. But it is not merely to prove cne's eligibility for membership In such r. Focle...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 June 1900

il)AY, THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SU JUNE 24, 1900. 19 IT ha lever a person mur from hlsierenue lie add to hit capital. How Much Do You Save? Do You Know that the - INDIANA TRUST COMPANY 'I'll n v- -irvw- ILL. I IUU 3 Per Cent. Interest On Savings Deposits of $1.00 and Upward, which May Be made at Any Time. Offices, Indiana Trust Building. Cor. Washington St. and Virginia Ave. NOTICI. Until October we will close at 12 o'clock in. on Saturdays. Real Estate We have many bargains to offer in In dianapolis Real Estate, both in improved property with good income, and in vacant lots and acres with an assured increase in value. Farties seeking desirable invest ments are invited to communicate with us. The Central Trust Company " ISO East Market Street. THE MARION TRUST CO. Is equipped to give the best attention to TRUSTEESHIPS Of every description. SAFE DEFOSITS. . S. A. rLfcTCHER& CO.'S Safe Deposit "VTeixxlt SC East Washington Street Absolute safety against Are and burglar. Po liceman...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 June 1900

0 THE IKDIANIJOL18 JOURNAL,- SUITDAU, JUIT "1 f - 1 w HAS PITY FOR THE BOERS tJUT FEHLS NO SYMPATHY FOR TIIC CAUSE THEY RCrnC&B.T. That I the roHIon of Mri. John ILnya Hammond, Who Spent Three Ycar AiuonK Thfiu-Her View. The Outlosk. A not infrequent question asked me by strangers if whether I do not sympathize with the Beer. To this always comes the Fame response: "I most certainly do sym pathize with the Boers, but not with their cause." I do not believe their cause is the cause of civilization or real liberty, but my heart poes out to them in the awful distress the war is bringing1 to them, and especially the loss of fathers, husbands and sons. I am writing as a woman to women and not as a politician, and it is women above all that this side of the war most strongly affects. No woman who has a mother's valuation of human lite can but be shocked and agonized by the bloody horrors of war. 'And the strongest test to a Christian mother's faith is to feel that out of these .wars G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 June 1900

jOtJEN V 1 W WFTKLT KSTAHLISKED I3. DAIL.Y KSTAHLISIICD I VOL. L-XC 7(5. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, TJOO. TTTT7 Q OT7"Vrrsl at railway nftws rr, Xlilljij O IjillO. I TRAINS AND SUNDATS. FTAND3. ON 5 CENTS. POLffi Ao A1E wcan hood Major Waller's Marines Ambushed Near Tien Tsin and Four Killed and Seven Wounded. Dispatch from Admiral Kempff Giving First Authentic News of Casualties Among United States Blue Jackets on Chinese Soil. ADMIRAL REMEY Probably Left Manila Last Night on His . Flagship, the Cruiser Brooklyn. Instructed to Carry AH Troops General MacArthur Has Ready War Preparations on a Huge Scale Under Way at Washington. WASHINGTON', June H.-Thc Navy De partment thiJ afternoon made rubllc the following telegram from Admiral Kempff, lated Che-Foo. June 21: In ambuscade near Ticn-Tsin, on the 21st, four of Waller's com mand were killed and seven wounded. Names will "be furnished as soon as received. Force of 2,000 going to relieve Ticn-Tsin to-day. This dispatch, gi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, "31 ON DAY, JUNE 25, 1900, for the departure of the six Chinese cruis ers was objected to by the senior naval officer, who Informed them that he had at his disposal a force sufficient to compel them to leavo if they objected to the pres ence of Jhe fleet. The Chinese cruisers are heavier armed than the vesseU of the all!es, among: whose six vessels 13 the United Sfatc3 gunbo.it Castlne. The rovers are said to have fatally un- 1r:(1mitil fh mimwr 1. ;!- rri tin n and armament of the Chinese, who for three yrars have been accumulating rifles at the rate of 20,) a month. The question here Is what are the powers going to do? Japan Is preparing to trans fchip this week 10,000 additional troops. Rus sia Is sending down from Vladlvostock all her available forces, estimated at from S.000 to 9,00) men, although recent events have fnown that the number of Russians on the Pacific coast has been overestimated. The Indian Council held a special meeting et Simla yesterda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 June 1900

THE .-.INDIANAPOLIS; JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 25, , 1900. New York Store EslnMlaheil Sole Acenta Ilutterlck. Patterns.-, .Today The Sale of Iron Beds New and up-to-date beds at awaj under their regular value. Now is. the time and here is the place for you to get an iron bed while they are down. The prices range from 03.C50 to s$58.SC5 r. Come down, vre know you'll say that's the greatest of all bargains. Fourth Floor. , Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus iness enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J. HAROn, 22 (o 25 East Wash. St. Second largest Shoe Store In the World. Hardwood Floors Laid, Finished and Rcfinisbed. H. E. HAMILTON & CO., 9 Pembroke Arcade. AMUSEMENTS. Mme. Selma Kronold has been ordered by her physician , to remain out of grand, opera next season, so she willrest for a year. -' - : - x Verdi's Tsabucco," which - Is scarcely Icno wn . by ' name to ' the present t genera tlon. . was eunsr recently In Rome lor the flrst Urne Jn ypars.' ' , -,.,,..- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, JUKE 25, 1000. Telephone Call. Buslne OrSce 2Z Editorial Rooms 8 teiuis of suhscriptio.v. dai lt by mail. rally cnlr. one rear 8.M 1..01 2-OJ t-allr. includinsr Sunday, on year... bund ay only, una year Pillf onlr. one month 53.70 Lai! only, thre months 2.W) WHEN: FURNKirED BY AGENTS. ralljr, per week, by carrier 15 cts Funrlay. s lnt;!e copy 5 cts Ltly ad tiunday, per week, by carrier.... 29 eta WEEKLY. Per year LM Red need Hate to Claim. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or send eubscriptlon to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending the Journal through the mails In the United tatf should put on an eight-pace paper a ONE-CENT postaj stamp; on a twelve or flxtef n-pasre parr a TWO-CENT postajce stamp. Foreign postage is usually double these rates. All eommTinlratlons intended for publicatUn tn this paper must, in order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and add...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1900. "Travelers' 'Dress-Suit Cases," 'Trunks," "Traveling Bags,' "Umbrellas," "Brushes," Etc. - "We "offer very complete lines at prices rather less than many specialty houses. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. Importers, Jobbers, Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (UIIULESALC EXCLUSIVELY) Free Kindergarten Field Day Washing ton Dane Rail I'ark - Wednesday JunC 27 til 2:33 P m Base Ball Manual Training School vs. Indianapolis High School Picked , Team. PECK'S BOYS BRIQADE BAND. Grand Exhibition Drill-Lieber Zouaves, English Zouaves.. If rain prevents, postponement will be until Thursday, June 2Sth. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Berts, rillow and Chair Cv-.ihJons. Hospital TUns. Urinals, Ped Pans, Fountain and Bulb Fyrlrii?es. Hot Water liottles. Stomach Tubes and Shower Daths. liath Cabinets. WM. II. ARMSTRONG & CO., -SURGICAL. INSTRUMENT MAKERS 221 and S. Meridian street. Indianapolis Ind. munlty at large a Just, kind, simple and sane solution."...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 June 1900

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1900 JOl'RNAL'S RUSIXESS DIRECTORY. Wm. L. Hie. 240 West Mich iff an street- Tel- r hones: old. ZXii; new, Xi. Territory west cf White river. COALr COALCcburn Coal Co.. Hast 22d t An thradte, coke. hard and oft oo iL Tbon 24. JTLORISTS- T.ERTERMAN'N FLORAL COM PANT. New No. Sl Mass are., XC N. DeL st. TeL MX LAUNDRIES Cniom ccopkrative latjndrt. Work called for. IIS-144 Vir, ave. 'Mioae 1253. MANTELS ASD GRATES F. iL i'UKSELL Uianteia, Furnace). 231 ÜB.SI. are. PATENT LASTERS V. IL LCCKWOOD, 41-41S Lemcke buKfltngr. 6 ALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Back boards, etc) 25 Circle TcL 1037. EUOTV CASE3- WILLMA1I WEIQEL. 2 South Meridian Street. Undertakers FRANK BLANCTIARD. 99 N. Delaware st. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. .WALL PAPERS II. C. STEVENS. New gtyl Wall Panr. Low price. N. feenate are. TeL 2 on 2-52. FL. VC UAL DIRECTORS. PLANNER & J1UCHANAN TJcensl emoalnicr. Can chip diphtheria and carlet fever. Ladjr erabalmrr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1900. MARKET IS A PAMC WHEAT OI'KXKll 2 7-SC AM) 3 7-SC HIGHER THAN FI11DAV. Total ninfor the Dar Wn 4 7-S Centn, ttIIH Curb Sales a Cent Higher, at 89 Cent Flat. COHN AND OATS INFLUENCED BOTH GRAIXS STRONG, ACTIVE ANE MATCH I ALLY HIGHER. Provisions Excited and Slrontr, Mak ing Good Advance New York Grnln Pits Panlc-Strlcken. CHICAGO, June 23.-July wheat, at the close of a sensationally bullish session to day, closed 4Tc over yesterday at SSc. It sold immediately after the bell rang at S3c. A strong advance at Liverpool and the al most total destruction of the Northwest crop were the factors. Corn closed iUttlHc and oats 4c improved. Provisions were ex Cited, July pork closing July lard 15c and July ribs l$c better than the close yesterday. July wheat "opened 2Tc to CT&c higher at S&c to S7c, advanced to SSc, declined to 8674c and then rallied to SSc, closing nt the last given price. 4?c over yesterday. This in cold figures Is the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1900. FOR FAMINE SUFFERERS a characteristic shake of their head?, and accompanying oaths, both paid. "DifTnt places. Yer goln with us?" And down the street they went, while the young man went in the opposite direction. ALLEGED EMBEZZLER. FROM fl COPPER MINE L. S. AyRESxsi CO I Indiana's Greatest CHRISTIAN c iiinciins OF Tiin CITV l.MTK IX A S KU VICE. J. II. TAYLOR GOING TO ATTEND "WEDDING OF HIS DAUGHTER. Extewlmsiry Opprt ratty Distributers of "Dry Goods Parasols Arc Cheaper Onc-quartcr. one-third end one-half less than recently 513.SO and $15 cncs.,.$S.OO $6. $7 and $3 oncs.....$5.00 Many $ J ones 5J.5Ö Of 200 Parasols still unsold ir rr 1 a over uu.il arc now uucrcu at I reduced prices. THE II. LIEBER COMPANY The Camera Season Is Here There's no such assortment in the State as here. Kvcry worthy make. THE H. LIEBER COMPANY Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. Knotted Fringe IN MONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE OF . . . Satine D raperies FOR MANTE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 June 1900

1' SFBIAKAPOLIS JOUKNAI r WEEKLY FSTAFLISHED DAILY ESTABLISHED IKO. I VOL. L-NO. 177. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 15)00. llTTni? O m?VrrC J AT RAILWAY NnVF STAND?. ON X JvlUJüi O LljlN 1 O. J TRAIN'S ANI BUXDAT8. ft CENTS. 7 1 ) ) REU OF Foreigners Succored Last Saturday by the Combined International Forces. Latter Started for Peking orr Sunday to Rescue Ad miral Seymour and His Troops, Who Are Said to Be Surrounded by Chinese. UNCONFIRMED JAPANESE REPORTS Foreign Ministers Are Said to Have Left the Capital Under Guard of Chinese. Rumor that Seymour Is a Prisoner Relieving Force Near Tien-Tsin Saved by Sikhs Wu's Appeal for an Armistice Denied. CHE-FOO, Tuesday, June 26. Rear Admiral Kempff reports, by a Japanese torpedo boat, that the ombined forces entered Tien-Tsin on Saturday, June 23, sustaining: small loss. . They started on Sun day to relieve the force which left .Tien-Tsin on June 10, and which is believed to be surrounded near Peking. According: to Japanese repo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 2fi, 1900. will result as did that of four years ago, waged from the Mme headquarters In the success of the Republican ticket. Branch headquarters will be? maintained In New York. In charge of former Secretary of the Interior Bliss, treasurer of the national committee, but the real battle will be fought In the West. During the month of July, while Senator Ilamia Is resting at Cleveland, he will be In easy communica tion with President McKinley, who will be at Canton. Between them the programme of the campaign will be formulated, with, of course, the aid and sanction of the ex ecutive committee. e - SOT A POLITICAL THI1 Roosevelt Will Come West nn a I'rl Tfitr Cltlaen, ot nn n. Candidate. CHICAGO, June 23. The Times-Herald, tomorrow, will say: "Governor Roosevelt will leave New York city next Friday for Chicago, arrivinc In this city on Saturday, and leaving the same night for Oklahoma City, where he will Rttend the reunion of his old regiment,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 June 1900

t THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1900. New York Store Established 1853. Sole Agrnt Dattrrlck rattern. There Are Two or Three Times as Many lash Here as in any other store the best qualities to be had, too. We don't want to invoice any more of them than we can help, so put the following prices on them to clean the lot up quickly: Crash Skirts ------ 49c White Pique Skirts $2.95 Denim Skirts . - - $1.50 Choice MiCt Skirts - $7.50 and S10.C0 . Second Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. I'nlreraltjr 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. m. 0. W. Cor. Delaware and Ohio Streets. AMUSEMENTS. -Oh. Society," a new play by J. II. Darn- ly. has had a successful production In Idverpol and will shortly be seen in Lon don. "Maria ge Prlncler." a new opera, is be ing rehearsed preparatory to puttlnsr It on la place or "Miss iieiyett ai tne xtenau eanca Theater,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, JUNK 26. 1900. Telephone Call. Business OtJlce......223 Editorial Rooms SC. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILT BY MAIL. Pally er.lr. one year Ä.M tilr. inciuditur Hun-lay, on year l.fti bunday only, on year 2.00 Dally only, on month $". 70 Dally only, three months 2.0i WHEN FURNISHED 11T AGENTS. Daily, per week, by carrier 1" ct Fun1ajr. slnele copy 5 cts Daily and Sunday, j-r week, by carrier.... 20 eti WEEKLY. Ter year $L00 Heilder! Unten to Cluhs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or snd urcrlptlon tu the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY. Indianapolis, Inl. Persons sending the Journal through the malls In th Unit! Stat i ghouM put on an e!ht-iftsrs paper a ONE-CENT pontage stamp: on a twelve or sixteen-rase paper a TWO-CENT postal? tamp. Foreign postag is usually double these rates. AH communlratlon Intended for publication In thl, rapr mut, In or1r to r-cM v attention. b accompanied by the name and address o...

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