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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTTRJSGHL PRICE TWO CENTS. ROLL CALL OR SECRET , I How Shall Vote in Caucus Be Taken? THE QUESTION TO-DAY Evans Men in Favor of Fair and Open Vote. THAT IS THE PARTY CUSTOM 111* Fading Away of the Blxliy Cnu diclacy—Projjreaa of Lowry Move. ,: ■." •:... .. Roll call vs. secret ballot is a contention ■which is occupying some of the spare. time of leaders' and privates in the senatorial race to-day. The talk in favor of the roll call method of voting is strong and open, of course; the argument for the other side is not loudly spoken, but rather quietly and fur tively whispered. • Precedent in Minnesota both in sena- i torial caucuses and state conventions is • for an.open roll call, every member cast- V^T'/ Vf. W. P. MeConnell—l would like Dairy and Food Commissioner for to be. ing his vote in a frank and manly man ner. Unless the indications are deceptive, the caucus when it meets Friday will vote by roll call. There may be a little contest over the question then, bu...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

2 HANDS CHOPPED OFF Bishop Hamer Tortured by Boxers in North China. SOAKED IN OIL AND BURNED With Htm Perished 5,000 Converts- All the Minion Building;* ,£ Destroyed. . Maw York Sun Smmolml Sorvlcm •San Francisco, - Jan. 16.— Advices from Hongkong* by the steamer Gaelic give fur ther details, of some of the revolting bar barities Inflicted upon missionaries and British converts in North China. Bishop Hamer, whose death was officially reported some time ago, was seized, while celebrating mass, bound ' and : - marched through the city, and as he counted his beads as he marched along, his hands were chopped off. He was then thrown into a loathsome prison. ■ Three days later he was wrapped in cotton, soaked in kerosene and burned to death. With him perished 5,000 converts, and every church and build- Ing connected with .the missions was de stroyed. Another priest, Father Heirinan; ' was seized with a confere. Father Hallet at Huiwa-chong and horribly mutilated. His companion's fate is u...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

r- WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 16. 1901. CURE THAT GRIP TODAY Thousands of people in this city suffering with colds are about to-day. To-morrow they may be prostrated with Grip or Pneumonia, (-rrip is spreading. Whole families are suffering. Many business places are crippled through sickness of employes. The disease is not necessarily dangerous with proper care and the right remedies. It is almost suicide to depend on quinine and whiskey or home decoctions. Don't trifle with a cold. Either take my Cold and Grip Cure or call in a competent physician. I can't say what your doctor will do for you, but I do know that my Cold and Grip Cure will speedily break up all forms of colds and grip. It checks discharges of the Nose and Eyes, stops sneezing, promptly relieves the Throat Lungs, allays In rlainination and Fever, and tones up the system. It cures Backaches, Headaches and Dizziness accompanying the symptoms of Grip, pro duces sleep and restores strength to the body. It is invaluable in...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, I J. S. McLAIN, , : MANAGER. ' EDITOR. *'■ THE J O I' H X A 1. in published 'every evening', •; except Sunday, at 47-19 j Fourth Street South,, Journal Building:, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. million, Manager Eastern Adver- ! tising. • . • • ;, ! v NEW:YORK OFFI€E— 87, 88 Tribune building. -';•,;■.,:',: I'; ■"=;■;' ■ ..CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SIBSCRIi»TIOX TKKHS I'njubie to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mall. One copy, one month. $0.33 Oue copy, three months 1-00 One copy, six months £.00 Oue copy, one year -i.OO Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 2C pages. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one m0nth............. 35 cents Single copy V.. ..:............. 2 cents CHANGES OK ADDRKSS ; Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their 1; former as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are' continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrear...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, 1901. ...THE... LADIES' EMPORIUM 403-405 Nioolfet Aye. Going Out of Business- Millinery ait dosing Out Prices. $10,00 Ladles' fliO OR Jackets 9wi<fv $15.00 Capes and ........$5.95 Jackets 90190 $16.50 Capes and *7 T R Jackets.... $■■ ■ %9 S«?!f!:.. '...'510.50 «). Lad:...:....512.75 Suits 5* 1 £>a I O $5,00 "Walking «2* e% thK. Skirts .?P^bsFO $8.50 Walking (jvo f*r- Skirts 9i)ia9 $3.50 Silk *rt pa Waist $di3U $15.00 silk £0 en Waist 9OIOU Spring Jackets reduced to $2.50 and $6.00. Children's Cloaks of all kinds. Ladles' muslin and wool Underwear, hosiery and gloves at your own price. To wash and polish Silver and Gold ELECTRq Jf SILVER SOAP g S|[jqqN try it once and the story is told. Postpaid 20c. In stamps, "Silicon," 80 ClhT St., K. Y. BEAR MOST GETS TEDDY ROOSEVELT CHASED BY A GRIZZLY He Stumble* und FalU, but the Bear Dropat Dead Xot Fifteen. Feet Away. Meeker, Col., Jan. 16. —Theodore Roose velt ha£ a narrow escape from a wounded grizzly o...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS Funeral of B. S. Johnson— The fu aeral of the late E. S. Jobnson was held at Pilgrim church at 2 am. this afternoon. Judge Loch re n Home— Judge William Loohren of the United States district court has returned to the federal building in Min neapolis after holding session of court in St. Paul. R. A. Banquet Committee— There will be a meeting of the Royal Arcanum banquet committee this evening, in the rooms of the grand council, 739 Lumber Exchange. Im portant business is to be transacted. Skating; Season Over— The six weeks allowed by the park board for the skatipg season expired last night. This means the closing of the warming houses only. Weather perniittiuK, skating may be indulged in as before. Cycle Trade Ass'n Officers— The Min neapolis Cycle Trade association held a meet ing last evening at 703 Nieollet and elected F. J. Sullivan, president; J. A. Hanson, vice president; J. W. Dates, secretary; Fred Koaeti, treasurer. Grip Among Teacher*— The BriP i 8 taking a tur...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, 1901, YERXA | Were you able to find the same qualities elsewhere as we . describe here — you would find the prices much higher. .''":- ::- ■„.■■ FRESH EGGS. oV 028"'^ 17C Fine Grade Sweet SoMcanSc . l dozen to each order. New Persian Dates round 5c Evaporated California Peathes v*u * ...8c California Prunes } nd 3&e Strawberries Sr^.;-.. g t Raspberries perefi^n ved ...8c Fancy Red Apples K el Bit Honey 13c Pure Fruit Jelly & .... 10c Oranges Sweet Mexican Dozen 15c California 20t Florida K5....'....... 30c LemOnS Dozen IOC Grape Fruit Each 5c Coffee. Always fresli—decidedly the best by from 3c to loc per pound—roasted by ourselves in the Blue Flame Gas Roaster. Fan&y Rio and Santos?"is@ Kobai Blend, a delicious Mocha and Java flavor; It cannot be matched at other stores AS. unless you pay 35c; our price... £ £ V Hoffman House Tins pleases on» everybody; per pound Q US - Cigar Bargains Vail en Crescent Cigar, box fi QA of 50 - .dlidy This i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

5 Cut Price ; Sale ■■■■V v TO-DAY IT'S '. > - ' MEAT CUTTERS. ■,: Regular $1.50, QfiA cut t0... .... ****** 47c-24c Kitchen Furnishing Sale Still Going On. ;■',;■. j 10c Counter Full of 12c to ■'- 18c Articles. SKATES—Barney A Berry. . 60c kind for . 440 - 950 kind f0r.... 680 $1.10 kind f0r. .770 . - $1.60 kind or $ .19 Ocnuine Sale. Discount on Other Hoods. W. K. Morison & Go. 247-249 I COLLET AYE. working every day but have a pe culiar weakness—who are .' Ely I DON'T WAIT A||||# UNTIL YOU &lI*EV ARE SICK. They should at once, consult AN KONESTDIGTOR Who will render you high-class serv ice. Young man, you know what your ailment is and what caused it. You cannot transgress the.immuta ble laws of nature without suffering the fixed penalty— hereafter, but right here in this life. Do not hesi tate. ■' -, Seek.. the council and aid of this kind, old, fatherly physician; who offers'you his helping hand. He will aid you to rise above your wrong doing, make a man of you, and li...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

Wednesday evening. January ie, 1901. GOING UP HIGHER Grade School Pupils Graduated Into High Schools. ALMOST FIVE HUNDRED IN ALL Interesting; Exerciser Will Be Held at the Four High School ■' £' Building*- The flr»t semester; of the public school year closes this week. The commencement exercises |for the j grade scholars who are entitled to enter the high schools at this time will be held ; to-morrow and Friday. Very, entertaining programs consisting of music, recitations,- essays and ■, speeches have been prepared for each district. The exercises of the east district will be held in the east high school assembly room at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning,. those of the central district at the Central high to morrow afternoon. Friday . morning at 10:30 o'clock the commencement exercises of the north district will; be held at: the .North high building.. in the afternoon at 2:30 o'clock the south district exercises will be held in the South high building. A total of 4&5 scholars will re...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

10 Annual=— __„ Pre-Inventory >r# ry 1 IVp 111 V Cl-1 Ly.i V Few Days ==Sate.. f No matter what the loss may be it's our policy to prepare for stock taking by reducing our stocks to the minimum. It's not a time "when we weigh losses. Thursday morning, and until sold, we will offer Every Jacket and suit in our house at prices in many instances less than the actual cost of the materials. We call special attention to the bargains in large sizes in the Jackets and Suits—sizes 40; to 46 bust. ' Tp C l^PtQ c aven'* a l&rge stock on hand, but if you find V, dL-rvClo your size we promise you a rare bargain. $10 and 2.50 Jackets <£ r QQ j $25 and $27.50 Jackets <t1 9s f) 815 and 816.50 Jackets &<n TQ ,830 and $32.50 Jackets <£-| rA A 820 and $22.50 Jackets <t jf) (V) 837.50 and $40 Jackets <£-| nCQ ■ Tailor Made Suits' " $22.50 and $25.00 Suits (M fA I $35.00 and $40.00 Suits <M Q CTA j 827.50 and $30.00 Suits' (hi A CTA $45.00 and $50.00 Suits <tOA Q .■i S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, 1901. Women's Depts. on Second Floor. 39th Semi-AnnvieJ Reduction Sale. >PS. Laddies' Jackets. -y^SJjfS 50 Ladles' All Wool Dress. Skirts, most Jsf\j&^*wify*s of which are silk lined throughout and ■ : fejs(!^L&firvklh worth from $15. to $18. $**J. 50 kC^^S Jfjr Special $5 and » \J4fbSf X 4 75 Misses' Jackets, wirth ' $7.50 $ C satiu lived. Special ** ZffijwwL^ 200 Ladies' Kersey, Boucle, Beaver >-rigjSg« ►Sjffik Jackets, storm and notch collar, silk and /r^^ySgrfoi^jySp " satin lined, velvet and plain $*f.50 JjfMa *^£t§sisT\> collar, worth $13 to $18. Special * f":'/\ dill ; 1--»V. 50 Plush Capes, 30 inches long, fur edge' i^\J \ m £Js/?s\] and }**■ trimmed, good lining. $^.5O \? \ XBfcltl/ mffe>*>~' Sold at $12.50. Special at $5 and » V **>>K^n^<l»'a 10° Ladies' J ackets in rough and smooth /KID/^sllr'A effects, silk and satin lined; $*X-5O /ilVri.- VI worth $7.50 to $12. Special at.. *J Women's Furnishing Dept. A lot ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

1 12 1 ST. PAUL'S FUTURE Question of Management Under Its | New Control. NO VIOLENT CHANGE PROBABLE St. Paul System, Its Extent and it* Finances— Stock In Demand. Special to The Journal. New York, Jan. 16.—Those who doubted that the : Hill-Morgan interests had ac quired control of the St. Paul road are now busily engaged on their own ac " count in providing schemes i for its man ' agement under the new administration. Xo serious disturbance is apprehended. Many St. Paul stockholders would be pleased to have things continue as they are. The company is in good financial con dition. It is asserted that it is earning 13 per cent on both the preferred and com mon stock. As the preferred receives only 7 per cent of this the holders of common stock cherish hopes that theirs may earn more before long. They justly regard the St. Paul system as a splendid property, destined to attain- a high degree of pros perity owing to the steady growth of the northwest, and the general advancement of the ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

WEDNESDAY E^^ETsT^G, JAOTJARY 16, 1901. Symphony Organs "We have several new symphony or gans which are of last year's styles ivhleh we will close out at half price. The symphony is a self-playing or jau. It can be played by hand or by >edal. This is a chance to secure an nstrument that your whole family can )lay. No knowledge of music neces sary. Sold at HALF PRICE while they last. METROPOLITAN BUILDING, M and 43 S. 6th St, Hinneapolis. LABOR PAYS THE TAX German Meat Law Increases Cost of Living 12 Per Cent. CORNED BEEF 20 PER CENT MORE The «.ernia.ii Workmen, With Small W'ittfea. Are Rt-dueed to the Bitterest Po.erly. New York Sim Special Service Berlin, Jan. 16.—Inquiries in industrial circles regarding the effect of the recent German prohibitory meat law on the con dition of workingmen. directed chiefly to factories (having their own commissariat, buying at wholesale and selling retail at cost to the workingmen, show that the coat of living to the workman averages 12 per cent...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

11 PRICEDOESNOTHOLD Wheat Continues to Seek a Lower Level. SHARP DECLINE ON THE CLOSE May Wheat Breaks Under 78c, a Ike cliue of Five Cent* From the . Recent High. Point. CIOM CIOM THE DAY'S RESULT To- Yes day. *«*'*• May wheat,. Minneapolis. 74% 75% May wheat, Chicago..... 75% VI . May wheat, Duluth 76Vi 77? a May wheat, St. Louis.... 74%. May wheat, New York... 81% Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 16. —Continued weakness abroad and a dally run of wheat into northwestern markets exceed ing in volume receipts of a year ago, are factors that bear heavily on wheat. Against these bearish Items th« market is stubborn. May opened this morning \*@V*.Q lower at 7594 c, and then dragged for a time in narrow range. Minneapolis was relatively firm* S and sold fractionally closer to Chicago. Liver , pool was %d to Hi lower and dull. Spot wheat in Liverpool was reported to %d lower, with a Id decline on Argentine wheat. Minneapolis and Duluth had 322 cars, against 231 last year. Chicago re...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16. 1901. A /Jm r/)|«^/r^J^f|y 2^ £~W*^*^*4 T^t* 2 **m **m f°r °ther businesses> why not for yours? There is no reason /IU VCK Ll^llllf /^S CjL lit it tLi lltl Tl %J^ Why moneys Pent '*" advertising should notbeasadvantaseous ______ : . ' ;.... ■■ ■■ \^^. **-* *^ V-*V^^T« A AMMAAg^ for you. TRY AN AD ON THIS PAGE. • ■■■;■ .-■■.■.•.-■■;■■: Deaths. : Almara Warner,' 3127 Newton ay N. 91 years. Alice L. Hellstrom, 914 E 19th st, 16 years Olaf O. Saude, 13 Eastman ay, 29 years. Adelaide Richmond, 34 11th st N, 46 years Elmira T. Harper, 911 3d ay N, 91 years Hazel G. Roettger, 2439 loth ay S, l'year Carl G. Smith, 715 Washington ay S. 5 i months. -■>-- Eva E. Dority, 1100 3d ay S. SO years. Thomas Galloway, 56 years. i Ann Gleason, 704 sth st N. 59 years. Marguerite Heimelt, 710 Main st NX. 76 years Stanley Lewis Nebehhan, 3213 Portland ay, '.' years. Grace Thelnia, 1808 Giraid ay NY C days. Patrons of the -want pat;'** should cut this out ' for referenc...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 January 1901

1G MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE FINISH CITY HALL Senator Potter Introduces an Au thorizing Act. BOARD MAY RAISE $250,000 This Will Complete Two More Floor* of the New City Hall •'.'■-. With Ease. Only ten bills' were introduced in the eenate this morning, but several are of particular interest to the residents of Min neapolis. Among them is one authorizing the courthouse and city hall commission to proceed to the completion of the city hall side of the public building. To that pur pose the board is authorized to issue cer tificates of indebtedness not to exceed $250,000. These are to be taken up by the proceeds of tax levies, not to exceed a rate of one-half a mill for any one year. The money to be 2 derived from this source will complete the second and third floors of the city hall, including the coun cil chamber and the Fourth street en trance. No more money will be needed for the building for a great many years. Larger School Levy. Another bill of interest to Minneapolis is one authoriz...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURN^gT) PRICE TWO CENTS. CAUCUS ON SHIP BILL Hanna Agrees to Abide by Its Decision. AVOID A PARTY SPLIT Caucus Will Also Discuss Isthmian Canal Legislation. ALLISON WILL STOP FILIBUSTER If It la Tried on His Appropriation ' Bill He Will Give Way to Subsidy Bill. From 77i« Journal Bureau, Room AS, Fast Huilding, Washington. Washington, Jan. 17.—Senator , Hanna's threat to withdraw the subsidy bill from consideration in the senate, referred to several days ago in these dispatches, was the chief reason for calling a senatorial caucus : to-morrow. Senator Hanna had begun to "get his mad up." Even his re- ; publican colleagues who favor subsidy leg islation could not control him in his de nunciation :of certain other republican colleagues who, in his opinion, ought to be outspoken for the bill, and of democrat ic members who are openly opposing it against what he says is the best interests of the country. A breach was forming ■which threatened serious damage to re publi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 January 1901

2 Orinoco Shipping and Trading company "for use against the revolutionists," the department suspected, seemingly with rea son, that the "revolutionists" in question were the employes of the Bermudez com pany, who were ready to fight for the re tention of the asphalt beds. Now confir mation of this view has been received. Needs the Money. One explanation of the disregard shown by the Venezuelan authorities for the wishes of the United States is that they are hard set to raise money, and finding that a big price could be secured for the pitch lake concession they are willing to resort to desperate measures to oust the Bermudez company to put new conces sionaires in possession and to obtain from them large sums of money. This is the situation as it is understood here. The state department has not tak en sides in the matter as between the Ber riiudez company and Warner and Quinlan. Its position is that the courts shali set tle the controversy and the department's willingness to resist a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 January 1901

THUKSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17, 1901. ■ Office. 328 Nic. Phone 12^_ Milwaukee Depot . "Leave. [fjjj>aiiy<-{Except St;ndar~| Arrive?" •TTsoa"£]CWcags,L¥"*Crosse,ililw'kee]Vo:sopm • 3:oopm Chlcago.La Crosse.Milw'kee *12:80pm • 6:2spmiChioago,La Crosse.Milw'kee * 3:2opm *7:3#pm Chicago-Pioneer Limited *B:2oam • B:4spm .Chic, Parlbault, Dubuque. *10:50 am t 3:oopm .Red Wing and Rochester. t!2:3opm t 7:60« m .LaCrosse, Dub., Rk Island. flo:9opm • 7:soam Northfleld, Faribo, Kan. Cy • 6:lspm t 9:00 am... Ortonvllle, Milbank ... t 5:45pm • 7:B6pm Ortonvtlle, Aberdeen, Fargo • 6:55 am t <:50pm).Northfleld. Faribo, Austin. tl0:00am |MDRm^EJTERNjpNE| 'r in f*"* st pm a n pvll t I) Ticket office. 418 Nlcollet At, Phone. 240 M. tEx. sun. Others dally. [ Leave Arrive Badger State Express— / 7:5* 1O:43 i hl'go, Mllw'kee, Madison > am pm Chicago— Atlantic Express.. 10:40 pm 12:06 pm Chicago— Fast Mall 6:25 pm 8:40 am Wth-Western Limited- ) 7 :;»O 8: Iff Cui'go, Milw'kee, Madison ) pm am W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 January 1901

f THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOK. THE OUR A JLJs published tevery evening:, except Sunday, at •17-45) Fourth Street South, Journal Building;. Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. unison, Manager Eastern Adver- i tising. .NEW YORK OFFICE— B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. • subscription terms Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month.. $0.35 One copy, three m0nth5............... 1.00 One copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year '..' .'•.. 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 ,v Delivered by Carrier. - One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents t HA.NtiKS OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED ' All papers are; continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until ail arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS ~ Subscribers will please notify the office i...

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