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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. Of the Superlative Sort The "When's" are ALWAYS GOOD olttlmes BETTER but these two are BEST decidedly more for YOUR money than any house offers. SUITS bd THE SUITS are In a number of stylish patterns, and are what's left of regular $10 and $12 grades. ISIS THE? When Clothing BOKB i $3,000 U. S. Gov't, 1907, reg 4s $9,732 Scott County, Ind 4s $21,718 Knox County, Ind 6s $13,500 Jackson County, Ind.... ....4s Prices and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. TO BE AMERICANIZED SENATORS SOT SATISFIED WITH TIIE SPELLING OF" "PUEIITO RICO. They Insist the Island Shall De Knoirn as Porto Rico.' Despite the "War Department's Order. MOVEMENT TO OUST SCOTT OPPONENTS OF TUB WEST VIRGINIA SENATOR GIVEN A HEARING. i Grounds on "Which the Contest Is Dein: Made-Ills Election Declared y to Be Illegal. WASHINGTON. Jan. 27. The Senate committee on Porto Rico has decided, so far as It can decide, that ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

1 ' ' ' 1 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, "SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. 6 JOinNAL-S BUSINESS niHCCTOUY. COAL Coburn CoaJ Co.. East 22 d street. Anthracite, cuke, hard and toft coal. Phone 2US. DYEING BRILL & CO.. fancy 1yers ani doners sllic curtain, any co!.r, rkn-i and finished equal to new; ! laoi lu'ht cloth Jütittt a specialty. 23 Mas cbusettd avenuo und liS North IlJinola street. FLORISTS HERTERMANN FLORA! COMPANY. New No. 211 Man avc.. 3 N. 11. tL Tel. Hi LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE J.AUNDP.T. Work called for. Kvli4 Vlrs. ave. 'ITione 1253. U ANT ELS AND GRATES P. IL FURSELL (Mantels. Furnaces). . 231 Uni. ave. BALE AND LIVERY STAELE3 HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Puckboard, etc.) 25 Circle. Tel. 1057. SHOW CASESWILLIAM WIEQEU lit South PannaylvanL- mt. UNDERTAKERSFRANK I3LANCHARD, 93 N. Uiiwjr, t. Tel. 41L Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS- , IL C. STEVENS. Nw EtyJ Wall Paper. Low prices. 130 N. Senate avt. Tel. 2 on ZLU. FLUilAL DIHECTOIIS FLANNER & BUCHANAN-CO N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

THE-INDIANAPOLIS -JOURNAL,- SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. PUT YOUR MONEY Here It Will Be Secure Where you can get interest on it, and still where you can draw it with interest, if you need it. Acconnts May Be Opened at Any Time Yithont Cost. NO REGULAR AMOUNT REQUIRED Open an account to-day. You will be surprised how rapidly the interest accumulates. INDIANA TRUST CO. Securiiy for Deposits $2,000,000 Offices in Company's Building. DO YOU WISH TO Make a Loan ? FOR Straight Loans or Collateral Loans or Installment Loans EES the marion: trust co. N. F. Cnr. Mnnnmtnt Place and Market St. LOWEST RATES. - BEST TERMS. Central Trust Co, 150 East Market St. TRUSTS of all kinds executed. DEFOSITS received on interest. LOANS made on best terras. REAL ESTATE sold and exchanged. RENTS collected. INSURANCE written. CHARLES K. COFFIN, President. OVID 1. JAMKSON. Vice President. CHARLES K. 1101,1.0 WAY. Vice Pres. and Treas. AUGUSTUS JK'.IMNOS. secretary. S. A; FLE1CHER& CO.'S Safe Deposit ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. REGARDED RS SERIOUS points. For several years past he was TROUBLE IS IN SIGHT chief clerk In the passenger department at Chicago. He leaves a widow, two "daughters and a son five years of age. THE ORPHANS' HOME. DR. IIMITY SAYS TIIK SMALLPOX RC 1'OIITS' AUC ALARMING. Tnn JOINT SCALE C03IMITTEE UNIRHSeberCo. AULE TO REACH AN AGREEMENT. County Hoard of Charities Slakes a Report on Its Condition. picture No Mistake Manufacturer of Grille and Fretwork. A PAPERED HOUSE Right, Tight, Warm and Bright..,. Monday's Bargain Sale 1,200 rolls Wall Paper at 3 cents, 18-inch border to match, 20 cents. 2,000 rolls Paper at 4 cents, 9-inch border to match, 10 cents. 800 rolls Gilt Paper at 5 cents, 18-inch border to match, 25 cents. 300 rolls Gilt Paper at 8 cents, borders to match, 40 cents. 10 patterns special Parlor Papers at 122 cents; borders, 50 cents. DO NOT LET YOUR CHANCES LIKE SUNBEAMS PASS YOU BUY. COME MONDAY COME Albert Gall Carpets...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

1 UND Part Two Pages 9 to 16 PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 7 AY JOURNA -o : : : : : Framed Pictures A clearing: sale that offers rare opportunities for the easy purchase of many pleasing- subjects 5 artistically framed. There's a lot of them enough for probably three days' selling, but that dej. pends. Anyhow, early comers 5 get the choice. ! Colored Landscapes Bright bits of nature, as revealed by (3 OOe ....Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods.... Small Frames Spring Dress Goods Taffetas for Half 5 camera and brush, reproduced by pro cess engraving' and coloring, then framed In gilt, silver, black or Fompellan green with tinted mats small pictures, but well worth double the price 2-lc Half-Tone Engravings 11x14 Inches, such subjects as Madonna 5 cf the Lilies, Inspiration, Dodenhausen f Madonna, Modern Madonna, Christ In the Temple, etc., framed In Flem- j sn oak! special price 30c ; Genuine Photogravures In rich brown ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. they work and beyond this, clustered graves the cone-shaped mounds with which China is "pimpled," to quote Julian Italph's graphic term. Here there Is a ghastllrress not to be Feen In the vorth coffins sitting out in the open field, wrapped with matting or left naked to the elements. A few have been roofed over or enclosed in brick- Mr. Archibald Little has called attention to the enormous waste that has ensued, in thus devoting thousands upon thousands of acres to such burial places. In this over-populated land where every foot of the soil is required to feed the throngs that are more than wing to cultivate it nd th.s with a perseverance and Industry hat has never been surpassed. He believes that an imperial edict might Jo much to reform the burial abuse in China, vested though it is in the very essence of Confucianism and ancestry worship, and cites the Influence of the llanchus, the present reigning family, in fixing the cust...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. 11 TheCity'sOCIAL LIFE E3 Events, Oayctles and Personal Activities of the Week E3- There hive been several delightful Innovations introduced in card parties recently, says a writer in the Baltimore American. fertile minds have succeeded in furnishing hut few entirely new games, but the old ones have been charged a trifle in some cases and novelties added to them. Whist, euchre, cinch, pedro, high five, hearts and many other games hava been improved upon and a few new games added, known as "sa" and CG0." and a new one of hearts and cinch, played in duplicate fashion, similar to duplicate -whist, with trays, h?.B been added to the already long list of means for providing enjoyment during the long winter evenings. Numerous coi.trivances are now employed by hosts and hostesses to entertain their guests. The different popular authors and poets have teen brought into play there are Dickens card parties, Shakspeare card parties, debutante...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUKNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1W0. Telephone Call. Bustneie Office 228 Editorial Rooms 86 TEI13IS OF StllCIlIITION. DAILY BT MAIL ra!!? cnly, me month 1 ra!y onlr. thre months " 00 Tally only, me yr J1"1 Ttilj. Includes Sun lay. one jear 1J-J Eorday only. one year -0( WHEN FURNISHED BT AGENTS. r-!!y, rr wek, by carrier CJ9 Funday. lrz! rcpy C-B Dally an4 Sunday. pr wk. by carrier.... 20 ct WEEKLY. M Ter year H-W Hfdnrrd Itntrii to Clot. Subscribe with ny of our numerous jents or nd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indiannpoll. Ind. Tersons senir.g the Journal through the malls In, the United States thculd put on an eight-rage laper a ONE-CENT rostaje Ptamp: on a twelve er Ixteen-par rapr a TWO-CENT pönale tamp. Foreign poaue is usually double these rates. All communication Intended for publication In this paper muit, In order to recelvr attention, re accompanied by the name and address of the writer. Rejec...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. 13 THE VOICE OF THE PULPIT A mi out, rrciiTiSEvr discohisk on -W O M A VS O r F O I IT L' X IT I ES. Br tlic Iter. "William C. Dnrn, I). D., I'll. D., rastor FIrt ConBrecntlonnl Cliarch. Stnnton, 3Uch. "And who knoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this." Esther iv. II. These words were spoken of Esther at a time when the lives of the entire Jewish people were dependent on her action. It Is not often a woman has the opportunity of saving the life of a nation, but Esther had such an opportunity, and proved herself equal to it. It is, however, rather of the thought embodied In the words of the text than o Esther that we wish to speak. Every age and every emergency has had the men reeded for the age and the emergency. And this is equally true of woman. She rr.iv not have been so often as conspicuous a figure, but she has been none the les3 Irrrortant. When Samuel's mother consecrated her boy to the service of...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

14 .THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. lar and ; Ecslnnlng to-morrow afternoon, at English's Opera Houso the people of Indianapolis are to be treated to their first view of the entire Jeffrles-Sharkey pugilistic contest, portrayed by a series of moving pictures thrown upon canvas from a photographic film over seven miles in length. The taking of these pictures at night by electric light was one of the most extraordinary feats ever attempted by a photographer. Prior to tho happening of this event it had been supposed to be impossible to take euch pictures by artificial light, except by the use of condensing lenses and perfect parabolic reflectors, the ccst of which is practically prohibitive. However. W'm. A. Brady and the Mutofcope Company, who accomplished the undertaking, devised a system of grouping the lights . beneath Ingeniously contrived reflectors In such a way as to overcome that greatest of all obstacles to artificial light photography shadows. "When Jeffr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS. JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900 PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. A Satisfactory Reference By F. M. ICopyriRht. 1300. CHAFTEH I. Parker paused In her walk, fearful lest the slightest noise should betray her. It was not dark yet. and Parker had no difficulty In recognizing the features of the Fiakers. One of them. Indeed, she knew perfectly well; for William, the second footman, was by way of being an admirer of hers, a state of things forced upon him against his better Judgment. "A very pretty gal is Parker," he had declared. "Farker's got style; and there's times when she might pass for quite the toff. But she's uppish, and nobody in the servant's 'all's good enough for her. A nice gal, but not the sort to make a man 'appy and comfortable." So it came about that r'arker. the Honorable Nora Vandeleur's maid, spent very little of her spare time with the rest of the servants. There was a legend extant that her father had once been a colonel in the army. Before the ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 28 January 1900

1 I IG THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. PASTIMES IN PORTUGAL tXCONYCNTIONAL CAYKTY IX WHICH II OVA LTV JOINS. A Beautiful nml AccompIllinI Qnffii, a Klntf Without l'ouer an! a l'uur Country Until y Covcrneil. Correpon.!enc. of the Indianapolis Joiirr.al. EN I tO UTK TO CADIZ. Dec. 13. Beforo bidding tuiicu to r.oor oM l'ortugiil. if you are tht re in summer, you should fpcnd a day at Ca.-caivs, the fashionable seaside report, fifteen miles from Lisbon. Tue village who; name I pronounced as If spelled Kas-kah-enge IK-s Just north of the Tagus's mouth, on the Atlantic, and may be reached by railway from Lisbon, or by boat down the river. It has a tiny harbor ot Its own, accessible only to coasters and other small craft, and Is supposed to be protected by a couple of antique fort?, which an American man-of-war would send to kingdom come In half a minute. According to Portuguese ideas, life Is a gid-y whirl at Cascares, particularly during "the season." when the royal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 29 January 1900

1 INDIANAPOLIS JOWBNAL H WTEKLY nSTADLISIIED 1S3. I VOT T "IVO 90 DAILY KSTAULISH ED lfO. J Li J INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1900. 11TTrT? O PT7VfrC AT RAILWAY NDVS STANDS. ON . lvIOÜi O V!i IC. J TRAINS AND SUNDAYS', 5 CLXTS. 7 s B LLER TELLS Confirms the Berlin Rumor of British Defeat in the Spion Kop Engagement. Says the Hill Was Abandoned Because of Lack of Water, Inability to Pull Up the Guns and on Account of Heavy Boer Fire. WARREN NOW SOUTH OF THE TUGELA Withdraws Across ,the River Without the Loss of a Man or Pound of Stores. No Statement of Casualties on the Kop, but Boers Say British Lost 1,500 Killed Ladysmith in Peril, and May Be Left to Its Fate. LONDON, Jan. 28. At 3 o'clock this afternoon the War Office posted the following' dispatch from General Bullcr, dated Spearman's Camp, Jan. 27, 6:10 p. m.: . On Jan. 20 Warren drove back the enemy and obtained possession of the southern crests of the high tableland extending" from the line of Acton Homes and Hong...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 29 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, i900. nnd a large quantity of arms. Six Carllsts", who arc implicated, :.cd across tiie frontier. Women riRht n Duel. TAUIS. Jan. K. Two women, both belonging In good society, fought a duel yesterday .it Marpeilles. One was Greek and the other French- One newspaper, giving nn account of th? affair. Fays that both married the same man. both loving him. rnd neither was willing to denounce him lor prosecution. After firing each live times the French v.oman was wounded in the 'eg. Tho same paper nays that women duels are mote common than is generally mppose'l . and it names several who are Known to have fought sword or ii.Htol duels within the list ten year?. Thty were wellknown actresses. - - - t Crrmnu Need American Product. BERLIN, Jan. ZS. The DeutFche Oekonomist points out to the Agarlans that Germany would get the worst of a tariff war wltii the United State?, In view of the fact that the United States is able to buy all present German...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 29 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1900. 3 New York Store Established 1853. Sole .icrnti Ilutterlck rattern. '. fadOpenin Sale Carpets and Floor Coverings To-Day Third Floor Pettis Dry Goods Co. spoon swrE? , ALL "WEEK Heavy Solid Sterling Silver Spoons at LOW PRICES. lO Knut WnnhliiKton Street. mama OUR Large Stock and Large Business enables us to undersell all others. - GEO. J. BI AROTT 22 to 28 East Wasb. St Second largest Shce Store In the World. McMunn's Elixir of Opium la a preparation of the drug by which Its lnJurfcna effects are removed, uhlle the valuable zndlclnl properties are retained. In acute nervous disorders it is an invaluable remedy, and Is recenvended ty the test phjslclans. 12. FCRRETT, Agent, 372 Pearl St., New York. AMUSEMENTS. Georg W. Monroe in "Mrs. B. O'Shaughxiesiey" seems to .be making a decided hit at the Grand Opera Hou3c, Boston. "William II. Crane will present his new play. "A Rich Man's Son." In Boston at the Holds-street Theater for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 29 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1900. HIE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900. Telephone Tall. Business Ciüi.....22S Editorial Rooms H TEIDIS OF 5UnCUIIT!OX. DAILY nr MAIL Pa!!? onlr. ene month....: $ -70 I'aHy cn'.T. three months 2.00 rUy only. rte year Dall.r, lrrlui:rs Sunday, on year 10 Burday ctiJx. one jear 2.W WIIEX FLT.NISHED KT AGENTS. VbUj, r-r ntfk, by canier 15 eta funiay. finale rcpy Sets Dally and Sunday. pr week, by carrier.... to eti WEEKLY. Ttr year fl-W Rnlacptl Ilnte to Clnhs. Pubsc.-iLe with any of our numerous a;enti or end tubacrlptloos to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis. Intl. Persons sandln the Journal through th malls fn the United Ftats should put on an eight-rage rpr a ONE-CENT postage dtarr.?; on a twelve r clxteen-par tpT a TWO-CENT potas tarr:p. Foreign poiuce Is usualij double these ratea. Ail communication Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention, be accompanied ty tit nam and addresa of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 29 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1900. 5 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 everyday 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 exclusively by us, as the product of our own factory. Of all STANDARD MATERIALS, in various shapes and qualities. Notion Department Murphy, Hibben & Co. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air rJ. rillow an.l Chair Cushions, Hospital Hin, Urlnalu, Hi Pan. Fountain and I5ulb HrtnK. Hot Water Bottles, Stomach Tubes and bhower Laths. WM. II. ARMSTRONG & CO.. SURGICAL INSTRUMENT 3IAKERS 222 and 221 South Meridian St. parks, etc., every name accompanied by a phonetical figuration of its correct pronunciation. Altogether, It makes an excellent guide to the visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 29 January 1900

TIIE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1900. P journal's msi.r.ss director!. COALCOAL Coburn Ccal Co.. East 221 treet. Anthracite, ecke, hard and soft ccal. I'h&ne 243. DTEING BRILL &. CO.. Tnry 'dvers and eanenj fllk curtains, ar.y color. cl.&n-'d an-1 finished equal to new; al.o la;o' lisht cloth Jact a specialty. UassacbU9riu avenue ana 15 North Illinois street.FLORISTS BEItTERMANN FLORAL COMPANY. New No. 241 Mass ate.. N Iet. t. Tel. I .laundries union' co-oieratil'e laundht, Work called for. lii-iu Vir, ave. Thone 12W. MANTELS AND GRATES T. M. I'LIISELL Mantels. Furnace). 221 Mt. ave SALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carnaree. Trap. Ruckbcarda. ate.) a Circle. Tel. 1057. EHOW CAS EH WILLIAM WIEOEL. lit South PnnylTani at. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BUNCUATID, i N. DlatV at. Tel. 411. Lady Attendant. WALL PAPE lift IL C. 8TEVENS, New Stjle Wall Paper. Low prlc-r. S3 f. Senate tv. TtU 2 on li2. I t.NCUAL UIUECTUUS FLANNER Jt BUCHANAN X Nor.h ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 29 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1900. DOUBTS OF THE FUTURE TIIEV TGXD TO FR03IOTR DULLNESS IS T1IE STOCK 3IAIIKET. War Situation IIa bat Little Effect on Securities A Dull Week In Local DailnrM Circles. At New York Saturday money on call was easy at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4I5 per cent. Sterling exchange was firm, with actual business In bankers' bills at $I.S7U'(f 4-tt for demand, and Ji.SlUgi.Sl' for sixty days; posted rates, J1.S3 and KSS; commercial bills, 4.S3UÖ &3. Silver certificates were SV.ifiWVzC; bar silver, 5;c; Mexican dollars, 471,4c. Bar silver, at London, was firm and higher, at 27Hd per ounce. The Imports of specie for the week at the port of New York were $12,776 In gold, and s3,557 in silver. Exports of specie for the week, to ail countries, aggregated $1,000,072 in silver bars and coin, and Z),Ka in gold. The imports of dry goods and merchandise at the port of New York, for the week, were valued at $3.034,621. Th weekly state...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 29 January 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1900, Exclusive Novelties In Fine Wash Goods. Rarely beautiful, indeed, have been the recent products of loom and printer, but half the charm is lost when frequent duplications of color and design occur. We've guarded carefully against that condition. Many of the world's choicest wash materials will first be shown here Monday morning" silk and cotton fabrics that sell at from 90c to $4.00 a yard. That fact should excite your interest, but there is another even more important. These goods are in single waist and suit lengths. We imported them ourselves and duplicates cannot be had here or elsewhere. Choosing time is now. The show and sale of new Swisses, Dimities, Oreandies, Foulardettes, etc., continues In the East Aisle. Not such another collection between Chicago and Pittsburg over GOO styles. L. S. AYRES & CO. Sole AjjenU for Standard rattern. RtT U CHEAPiyT lUnafaclnrer of Grilles tad Fret Work. A PAPERED HOUSE Right, T...

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