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

INDIANAPOLIS JOUKHAI WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1K3. I "VTkT T TCi ) DAILY ESTABLISHED 150. J VJJ JITIN U. Zi). INDIANAPOLIS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1900. DDinu q nusT I 67. h?J 1 liiViJ J XkJ. (THAWS ASU BWiP, vi...... r r .y 4 TAKEN BY GEN. WARREN War Office Notified by Buller that Spion Kop Was Seized Tuesday Night. Boers Were Surprised and Fled, but Later Attacked the Hill, and Inflicted Severe Losses on the British. GENERAL WO OD GATE Warren Holding His Position at Last Accounts, but Subjected to Heavy Fire. Much Hard Work Yet for Buller Before Ladysmith Is Relieved An Officer's Story of the Battle of Colensol LONDON, Jan. 26, 5 a. m. Nothing has been heard from Gen. Buller since his message to the War Office yesterday, announcing the capture of Spion kop. At mid night the War Office announced no further news had .been received from the front for publication to night. The dispatch received from Buller yesterday was dated Spear man's camp, January 25, 12:10 a. m. It read: s 4 'Gene...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. ead. Bartleit, Drewer. Broussard of Louis iana, Burleson. Catching?. Chanler, Clay ton of Alabama, Cooper of Texas. De Armontl. De GrafTenried. Dinsmore, Elliott. Fitzgerald of New York. Gayle, Green of Pennsylvania Crieff of Georgia. Hay, Howard. Kttchln. Lester. Lewiü, Llttlefleld, Livingston. McClellan. McCulloch.Maddox. Mcy, Meyer of Louisiana. Newlands. Bans dell, Ilhea of Kentucky, Richardson, Bob bins, Robertson of Louisiana, Sims, Slay den. Smith of Kentucky, Snodgrass, Ste phens of Texas. Hwanson. Turner, Under wood, Wheeler of Kentucky, Wilson of Idaho. There were over a score of . speakers to day and the closing speeches on each side were particularly able. Mr. Lanharn, of Texa., closed for the majority and Mr. De Arrnond, of Missouri, for the minority. ROBERTS'S STATEMENT. Mr. Roberts was present throughout the day and only left the hall after the result of the last vote had been announced. As he did so he cave out a st...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 January 1900

1 I V THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. New York Store EtallUhed 1853. Sole Acmti Datterlck rattern. Specials in IERY Bought before the great ad vance in prices. Hundreds of styles to select from all our ov;n importations, too -prices lowest possible. Sc to 50c a pair. East Aisle. Pettis Dry Goods Co. "TELL THE TRUTH" Monarch Grocery Motto. Kote these prices: 18 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00 Royal Baking Powder 39c Fncy Early Ohio Potatoes a bush. GOc California lemon cling Peaches heavy syrup. 22c Elgin Creamery Butter 20c Hoffman House Coffee 35c Monaroli Grocery 112 E Washington St Telephone 1453 16th and Illinois Sts., Tel. 1469. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus iness enables us to undersell all others. CEO. J. MAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St Secccd largest Shoe Store In the World. AMUSEMENTS. The Adventure of Lady Urania" 'at Lngllih'a Laat Night. William Morris and Miss Frances Drake furnished excellent entertainment to a large audience at English's Opera House las...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. - i HIE DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. f - Ti i Telephone Calls. Euilr.fs Cf..t 228 I EJltorUl Rooms fS Tcnsis of sunscniPTioN. DAILY BY MAIL r!!r only, rn month . .. 5 .70 rvtlly cnlr, three months .. 2- r ally onif. cn year ' w Tal!r. tnolui:r. Sunday, one year 1) W Eurday only, one yar 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. rl?y,' p-r wc-k. by carrier JS et Fun-lay, cJnjle ccpr 5 ct Lally ani Sunlar, pr week, by canier.... 20 cts W EEKLY. . . Ter year.... H-W Reduced Hate to Clnbs. f ubfr.ib with any of our numerous agents or en1 subscriptions to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indlunnpolla, Inl. Persons Bending the Journal through the mall In th United State should put on an clgia-pajf Taper a ONE-CENT jottage tamp: on a twelve cr s!xteen-para papr & TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign postage la usually doubl thesa ratea. All communlcst'ons Intend i for publication In Uli paper mut. In order to receive attention, ce cronipanled...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. O BRYAS THEIR CHOICE PEXXSYLVAMA IJC3IOCIIATS WAST COL. XV. J. TO II I X AUAI.X. Hectlnfc t the State Committee Fol lowed hj Speeches Delivered by the Xcbranka Orator. C0HI2JG - ISSUES OUTLINED DEMOCRATS WILL WAR AGAINST TRUSTS AND I3IPEUIALIS3I, And Tbelr Candidate Will Continue to AdTOcate Silver In PInces Where lila Talle Will Not Harm. HARRISBÜRO, Pa.. Jan. S.-The state Democratic committee set the pace for the Democracy of the other States to-day by making Colonel Wm. J. Bryan its choice lor the presidency In 1300. This action was taken by the committee while Colonel Bryan was on his way to Haneburg from 2ew York to attend the meeting and con fer with the party loaders. This is prob ably the first time in. the party's history that the Democrats of Pennsylvania have indicated their choice for President In ad vance of the state convention. There was a, large attendance of Democrats from over the State to meet Colonel Bryan and h...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 January 1900

AMÜSEMENTS. 6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. COAL Ccbnrn Coal Co., Eas Ci street. Anth racite. xke. hard ani toft ccal. I'bcne 2U5. DYEING ERILL & CO.. fancy Tyers ar.l r1anra s'.lk cunaliu, an v oolor. rl.ine1 and finish 1 i'Jal to new; al!o la-lUr' light cloth J:c)?t spe cialty. i AlissacinucJa avenue ani Ü5 North IllinoU street. FLORISTS BERTERMANN FLORAL COMPAQ. Ktw No. 211 Man are.. 22 N. rl. it. Tel. HA. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPETlATrVK TAUNDRY. .Work called for. 13S-14 Vir, ave. 'Phone ES3. 21ANTEL3 AND GRATES P. 1L PL7R8ELL (Mantels. Turnte tu). 231 Mass. are. BALE AND LIVERY STABLES ' HORACE WOOD (Carrlaret. Trap. Euck bcarda. stg.) Circle. Tel. 1SS7. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WIEG EU HI South rt-naijlTanli wt. X7NDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCH ARD, X. Delaware et. Tel. 41L Laly Attendant. wall, paper- H. C. STEVENS, New Styl Wall raper. Low prices. t30 K. Senate ave. TeU 1 on FUNERAL DIRECTORS TL. ANNER tt DUCTI ANAN S3) Norh Illinois s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. ON- ..REAL ESTATE.. AT BEST INTEREST RATES NO DELAYS TERMS TO SUIT BORROWERS THE MARION TRUST CO. N. E. Cor. .Monument Plsce and Market St Central Trust Co. 150 East iMarket St. TRUSTS of all kinds executed. DEPOSITS received on interest. LOANS made on best terms. REAL ESTATE sold and exchanged. RENTS collected INSURANCE written. CTTARLES E. COFFIN, resident. OVID H. JAMKSOX. Vice President. CIIARLKH k. JIOLLOWAY. Vice Pres. and Treae. AUGUSTUS JENNINGS. Secretary. S. A. FLETCHER& CO.'S Snfe Dojooiit VsitxTt SO Eaat Vush InKtor Street Absolute safety against Are and burglar. Fo llcman day and nUht on guard. Designed for fafe keeping of Money, Bonds, Wills. Deeds. Ab stracts. Silver Plate, Jewels and valuable Trunk. Packages, etc. Contains 2.1'jO boxes. Kent $?3 to 8 15 je jtr. JOHN S. TAItIvIGTOV...Mnnncer. AT STAGNATION'S LEVEL 1IARKID DULLNESS IX TUB NEW YOIUv 31 A II K CT FOIt STOCKS. Spasmodic Efforts to Chance the 'Coarse ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 January 1900

8 THE' INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. L S. AYRES&CO. Sole Affents for Standard rattern. Women's Tailored Suits Reduced We mentioned the fact a few days since. The mere mention brought a steady stream of customers the following day. Why shouldn't you buy now? Your only disad vantage is in choosing from broken assortments of sizes; but that ob stacle is more than offset by such reductions: Suits that were recently selling at from $15 to $30, are now priced $10, $12.75, $1 1.75 and $19.75. L.S. AYRES&CO lUsofactorer of (Jrilks an J Fret Work. Take 4 Of i ... op ... Tapestry Damask, Turko man Portieres What do you have? A SNAP! A BARGAIN! We are illustrating: this, all this week thus: 13.50 Portieres at J2.C2 $4.00 rortlerea at 3. $15.00 Portieres at , 11.25 $17.50 Portieres at 12.62 ISTThe chance of the year for House Hangings. Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and ID West Washington Street. ITardwood Floor Uli. flnlsfctd and rfln!tht DIAMONDS From...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 January 1900

SPION IHBIANAEOLI JOUMNAI H A WEEKLY ESTABLISHED IS2L DAILY HS TA DLLs I ILL) 1-O0. VOL. L-NO. 27. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1900. TT T "YT? O nrVTC CAT rtAIL'VAT NF. S STAM'S. ON X iVJAjXi O IJllXO. JTHAI.NS AND SUNDAYS. 5 CUNT 7 KOP Gen. Sir Charles Warren Unable to Maintain His Position on the Exposed Hill. British War Office Notified Briefly of His Sudden Re treat in an Eighteen-Word Dispatch from General Buller. THE SITUATION REGARDED AS GRAVE. Rumor Current in London That Later and Worse News Has Been Suppressed. Over Seven Hundred Britons Killed and Wounded in t Seven Days of Fighting, and the List Not 1 Complete Views of Experts. LONDON, Jan. 27, 5 a. m.--Early yesterday morning all Brit ain was still rejoicing over General Buller's dispatch notifying the War Office that Sir Charles Warren had captured Spion kop. Bj noon the jubilation had given way to dejec tion, for the unexpected announce ment was made that Warren had been forced to abandon his posi tion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900. under Major Johnston. carried the bridge and town, gallantly racing artillery anl rifle ür' The progress of the movement begun about three month3 ago toward the return to Spain of the. prisoners released from the Fllijjnos 1 reported by General Otl3 In ' the following cablegram received at the War Lkpartment to-day: "Relen-ed Spanish prisoners, seventy four oflicers, 1.0 enlisted men. twenty-two civilian officials, twrr.ty-one wives and thirty-five children were furnished trans portation to Spain yesterday." A CALLAT DKFKXSK. Official Heport on (he Loss of the Little (iunbunt 1 rdanetn. WASHINGTON. Jan. CO.-Thc Navy De partment has made public reports from Coxswain Greene and Apprentice Powers, members of the crew of the ill-fated Ur daneta. describing the capture of that boat by the Filipinos last September. In Indorsing the reports. Admiral Watson eays they show that the little gunboat, un der command of the late Naval Cadet Wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 January 1900

- THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900. New York Store Established 1K5.1. Sole Agents Hntteriek Patterni. Blankets Cold weather's calling for them. These are some of the many specials bought last year, before the advance, ard hence the prices. Special 11-4 wool Blankets, with blue and red borders, J2 Q8 12-4 white all-wool Blankets, with blue, pink and yellow borders, worth tfcSi HQ J2 now, a pair 4i5.VO 20x27 Feather Pillows. wgh CI Kft Zhi pounds each, price, a pair...' Remnants of Elucrdown and French Flannels, one-third off already, marke 1 down prices. Remnants of cambric, soft- m j ' finish, 10c quality, a yard A y2 Fine Cheviots for boys' Or waists and shirting, a yard Basement. Pettis Dry Goods Co. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure treatment of acute COLDS. COl'GHS, LA GUII'l'U. TJIiONCIUTIS. CATARKH. HEAD- AL(l tu. tii.. ana tne iurmuia as now jTfiar-u Is the result of the Ions x;Tlence anil exhaus tive research of the world's most distinguished sprciKusi in mu ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1D00. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900. Telephone Call. Burnett Offlt 2Z Editorial Roorn EC teiisis of subscription, daily bt mail DaPy only. cn month ' -J' Dally en!r. three months vr r!!y cnlT. rne year ?? Daily. including Sun-lay. one jear W-WJ Surday only, one year -00 WHEN FURNISHED BT AGENTS. rally, per w ek. by carrUr l cJt Fanday. Injl cop J CJS Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 ct WEEKLY. Ter year H-M nedneed Itntes to Clnbs. Subscribe with any of our numerous azents or tend subscriptions to tLe JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Tersons sniln the Journal ' through the mall la the United statt should put on an clznt-ra? paper a ONE-CENT postage t?rr.r: twtive er sixteen-page paper a TWO-CENT postaze tamp. Foreign postage la usually double these rates. All communications intended for publication !n this paper must. lr order to receive attention, le accompanied by the name and address cf the wr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900. X; J, Y SEE THOSE MEN'S SUITS A wide rancfe of patterns a good range of sizes. They're broken lines of S10 and $12 grades. . We show OVERCOATS at $8.45 That'll make your eyes stick out. When Clothing MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO., Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions, 135, 137, 139 and 141 South Meridian Street. In the "SUNRISE" brand of Bonnets is found an article of every day use which is of better construction, handsomer shape, superior laundry, and sold for LESS MONEY, than similar goods can be made at home by the consumer. These Sun-Bonnets are offered the trade ex clusively by us, as the product of our own factory. Of all STANDARD MATERIALS, in various shapes and qualities. Notion Department Murphy, Hibben & Co. Useful Articles for Invalids. Redlining and Rollins Chairs for parlor and trt. Carrying Chairs. Wheeled Couch-, Food bterlliiTS and Lk-aiccators. Jr'eodinx nd Hi Cup. Electric Delu. Insoles and Batteries. WM. II. ARMSTRON...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 January 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900. JOLHXAL'S ni 5INCS3 DIRECTORY. COAL ZOA LCc burn Coal Co., East 22d street. Anth racite, cuke, hard and oft coal- rhone 2145. dyeing BRILL & CO.. fancy dyers an1 cleaners silk curtains, any colx-, cleaned and finished equal trt new: ai.- ladt1 licht cloth Jacket a spe alty. 2C Massachusetts avenue and li3 Nortii Illinois street. florists BERT ER MAW FLORAL COMPANT. New No. 241 Mm avt., 22 N. Del. at. Tl. 8. '-AUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE lAUNDRT. tork called for. US-XH Virg. ave. 'Phone 1263. MANTELS AD GRATES P. U. PC KS ELL. (U&otlll. rumacw), 231 Mass. art. 8 ALE ANT) LIVERT STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Ruck boards, ate.) 25 Clrcla. TtL 1097. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WIEG EL. Ill South Pennsylvania at. UN DERTA K ER8 FRANK BLANCH ARD. I N. Dalawar aU TaL IL Lady Attendant. WALL PA rE RS II. a STEVENS. New Stjle Wall Pap-. Low yrlcea. tJO N. Senatt avt. Tel. 2 on 2252. FL' SCHAL DIRECTORS FLANKER it BUCHANAN 2 Nor....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900. S "SASSAU STREET. "SEW YORK. Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities IIA Ii VET EDWARD FISK CEOEGB II. ROBINSON. Mtaaber Niw York Btock Excfcaage. Indiana Insurance Stock, Indianapolis Insurance Stock, Vernon Insurance and Trust Stock, AU Loci I Stocks and Bonds, New York and Chicago Stocks. NEWTON TODD, 7 Ingalls'Block. S. A. ILL1CHHR& CO.S Snfe Deposit Vault SO East Washington Street Absolute safety against ßre and burglar. Po liceman day anl nlbt on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money, Bonds, Wills. Deeds, Ab stracts. Eilver Plate, Jewel and valuable Trunks. Packages, etc. Contain 2 IX boxes. Kent 5 to S45 pe year. J OH S. TAnKlXtTO.V Manager. ANOTHER DAY OF INERTIA KEW YORK ITOCKI DULL, "WITH A DECLINING TK.NUÜ.NÜY. International Stocka and Industrials formed the Hallt of Uastnesa Locsvl Trade Conditions. At Nw York, yesterday, money on call was aaaler at VQZ per cent; last loan, S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 January 1900

8 TUE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, lflOO. L.S.AYRES&CO. S1 A Kent a for Mnndard Puttern. The Necessities Of a modern toilet are numbered by scores; its luxuries are legion. Save a little on each and well you'll have more to spend for something else, Mennen's Talcum Powder pays war rev enue ca a 23c selling price; we quote IOC Pozzonl's famoii3 Face Powder, 09 fle?h. white or brunette OäC Lubin's Illce Powder, 4-15 pack- Ofl ages -UC Velota Face Powder, 2Cc pack- agvs IOC Standard 50c Perfumes, all odors, Ofr one ounce, with bottle OyC Dr. Wright's Perfumed Path Tab lets, a box ääC Crown Toilet Soap, all odors 14c Small size bottles of Colgate's OO Toilet Water .... -SAC Shell color Side Combs, 23c kind, fQ. a pair IOC 2oC Pompadour Combs lQc 75c Jet Belts, or Belts of Jet and nr Steel; special Saturday OyC A lot of 30c Belt Buckles 35c Baby Pin?, regularly 25 a pair... 18c Gold-plated Stick Pins, 25c kind 2Cc Jeweled Brooches lOo Dressing Comb?, shell color or OQr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 January 1900

TODAY OUR Part One Pages 1 to 8 J, WEEKLY ESTABLISHED Id DAILY ESTABLISHED l&L jVOL. L-NO. 28. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MOKNING, JANUARY 28, 1900-SIXTEEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. r NA RUMORS ALL Unconfirmed Reports of Disaster to Part of the British Army in Natal. General Warren Said to Have Been Trapped on Spion Kop, and to Have Lost 500 Men Killed and 1,500 Wounded. STORY DISCREDITED Situation Considered at inet Defense Cablegram from Commander Roberts Saying there Has Been no Change in Conditions Mafe king Probably Relieved. LONDON, Jan. 28, 5 a. m. Many grave rumors were in circu lation here and on the continent yesterday and last night, but up to this hour none has been confirmed. It was reported in Berlin that the German Foreign Office had re ceived news that General "Warren had suffered a serious defeat, los ing eleven guns; that Spion kop was a veritable trap, into which the Boers poured a murderous fire when Warren had been caged, and that irr consequence of Warren's rout B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. armed men or the mountains, testified that he had voted for Mr. Goebel. but that he believed Taylor was elected and could nee no reason why such resolutions should not be presented to the Legislature, lie testi fied that a majority of the election officers in Fayette county were Democrats. Con cerning his own precinct, the witness was asked whether it was Democratic. Senator Allen, of Fayette county, a member of the loard. a.ked the question. The witness re plied that he had curried it when a candi date for clerk by about 150 majority, und added that Senator Allen knew how he did it. Asked by an attorney for Taylor If lie carried the precinct honestly, the wit ness said he did not know how to answer the question and it was not pressed. W. E. Pumeyer, a Republican inspector of Louis ville, testified that he had been ejected from the voting place of his precinct by force and that the-precinct had made no re turn of the vote cast. -Pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 January 1900

Mrs. Buddenbaum. C68; Mrs. Van Tuyl, 324; Mrs, Heller, 310. stetter, 77; Mrs. Wenzel, 94: Mrs. Ballman, uowung i-easrue: Knabe Starr THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. 3 : i ' I " " i BOWLING FOR THE WEEK . SGVFIIAL HIGH SCOIIES ARC MADE ON THE VAIMOIS ALXKYS. t ' .! Konpariel CO.TJ Central 30,173 Orkntal 31.113 71 CLTJ 42 42 45 The High Average In the Different League Tlie Ludie Section Howling Notes. There were several high scores registered la the various bowling: leagues last week. F. O. Vinson, of tho Capital City team, made a new record for Individual scores In the Indianapolis Bowling League last Thursday nlfi'at when he scored 212. Graff, of the Stonci Palace team, in the Marion County Leajuc, also made soma high scores. The odds on the Marion team winning the championship In the Indianapolis League increases each week as they con tinue to win three straight while their nearest opponents lose from one' to two games each week. The Blue Labels, of the Tenpin L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 January 1900

U.SON PLOT UNDONE fearful cnnm barely prevent ed at teure iiai'ti:. Train Laid for n BI Fire, Which In dotihtedly "Would Have ('out a Score of Unman Lives. DH. CASTO IS UNDER ARREST 8KVGRAL OP HIS CLERKS ARK UN DER SlSIICIO. WITH HIM.' Fire Put Out Before Oil nntl Dynamite . Conld Catch Detail of the 'lot other Indiana ev. Special to th Indianapolis Journal. TEURE HAUTE. Ind., Jan. 27. Five men, . Ire ludin? the proprietor, were ar rested to-day. charged with attempting to destroy, by fire, the drug store of Dr. Jabcz C. Casto, at Third and Main streets, and the Indignation following the discovery of the plot Is such that it would not be sur prising if the law were transcended and furrmary punishment mtert out to the principals in the crime, which, had It been ruceessfirl. would have resulted not only In the destruction of much valuable prop erty and the endangering- of neighboring business block, but undoubtedly, also. In the taking of many lives, as eighty-two persons were sleepin...

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