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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 31 January 1900

Speer. Pcrmclla C 13 2 c 3 c o 3? . o r. o c c 2, C. o - - o es e 2. Ec3 - J? o mm SS? 5 ft : : O o 3 O o (41 . c j : ? - i c : Z : : v i t : c (je O : 5 a : o NAMES OF OWNERS. DLSCIUITION OF LANDS AND LOTS. x C . o NAMES OF OWNERS. DESCRIPTION OF LANDS AND LOTS. : r 2. i M : 3 o 3 : 3 -1 ' o o 4 2. - M M 3 3 CT3 IXDIAXArOLIS (Continued.) INDIANAPOLIS (Continued.) THE INDIAlS'APOLIß JOTJUNAL SUPPLEMENT. 4 r Hau. Frank A. & Magdalena & Jo sephine M. Schaf do 2 CSC Frank A. llaus's New York st sub do do do I. T i d alena 242S6 I. & c i .1 do do do do Maus. Magdalena do do do do do Maxwell, Maria .. Meglnnls, Sarah E Meredith. Frank A Mescall. Mary C. et al Metzger. Harry 'A - do Meuser. John It .1 do do do do do do do do 9 lo;.... iif.... 12!.... iui . . . . 111.... 15.... 16i.... 17 i ! do Heuser. John R. and Wilhemlna do do do Mexican Coffee and Rubber Co.... Meyers, Lisetta J. and Ii. J. Meyers, Rebecca J do Mick, Wm. E. and Edw. L Milam, Wm. B. and Lovina M Miles, Nann...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 31 January 1900

i............. Topp. Geo. H Ind. Car Co.'s add i.............. rC54,West hrs add 103 ft w e n k.... i.... J., J., R. & Gs sub and add, 40 ft Ritter) THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT. Ii - 3 o c 3 o s o o IB 2 c 3 n 32. 5 r. o r. 1 op a C g P ? . a : 3 3 : c r- : -a n o c 3 c 5? Orr H E 2 c r P o 2p ? : p : c l o o f : hi : p : k i pi 3 MP 3 H O P C " "1 r 1 I B n P CP c HS M 123 ' o c c P r o el o v; 3 k a : o m o C r o 2? r P ?? NAMES OF OWNERS. DESCRIPTION OF L.NDS AND LOTS. NAMES OF OWNERS. DESCRIPTION OF LANDS AND LOTS. : o 3 r M - o : o . u : p : 3 3 S3 "I o o 1 3 o Ü 5" 1 p 3 & EC O T3 3 Fpraue. Edgrar B... Fprague, Roger A... Btalhut. Chan. A Stanbaugh, Henry J CO Standard Real Estate Co do Standiford. Jo?h C. and Sarah II..:... .Stanton. Ambrose 1. and John E. Scott do do da do do do Staple. Wm. A.... fitar Savin sr and Loan Assn Staten. ESle St. Clair, Martha A St. Clair. Wm. M. and Martha A do Steele, Ebenezer Steinmetz. Jacob L Stelbrink. Henry Stevenson. Henry...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 31 January 1900

15 51 : o 3 (9 O THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNALSUPPLEMENT. C3 C ft 6 3 o p 3 . i q : ö n 1 o - S o : 1 2L rr 3 : 3 : : : w ? ? c s? E3 3 5 I o - z. 2 " c 're 2 5 NAMES OF OWNERS. . DESCRIPTION OF LANDS AND LOTS. : " : : ' 1 5 3, - V m I jjj jg. j? j I rS : ? : ?. . i i i iii ..... . 3 C E V- 3" c 1 C - : 3 o : c : 3 - C n r o c S u : P e : - rt 'A ', n X O : o NAMES OF OWNERS. DESCRIPTION OF LANDS AND LOTS. o :'3 o : c t 3 : r : p 3 3 C Foe. William A Prouty. M. F 72550 7237 72531 4 Rector, Anna E Redman. Wra. M. and Maud M Rhodes, Samuel S Bitter. Frederick .. Ritter. Fred O .- Ritter, llattle T ""-V I - I a. t-ojj, 72G00t 72601 1 Rodgers. Jasper N. and Hary A...... Rooker, Louisa do do do Severn, Henry Jr Sewell, James W Shade. Laura II Fhioman. Flora B 72C0x;T. 7261 i ,... 72627, ?.!$, 72031) 72ol3 H. 72G51D. . ( . Shotwell. C. A. & 11. C. Atkins........ do Bloan, Mary F. gmlth. Ida G...:. do 72G53, 72ttiII. do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do TATE OF IND...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 31 January 1900

Iß THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT. SIDELIGHTS. ON GRANT DISTINGUISHED 3IG RELATE. IX TERKSTINO ASCCDOTE5. The General Realised 111 Great Tnk Hovr lie Vetoed Inflntion Dill and Defied Sir. Illalne. New York Letter In Philadelphia Press. A day or two ago a little company of xnen who have been for years prominent In affairs here were discussing the great events elsewhere in the world, which are characterizing the closing days of the year, and. of course, the commanding topic was the war in South Africa. Among oth ers who were in this group were Commo dore Van Santvoord, Salem II. Wales, whose association with the Republican party began with the foundation of the party, and who is father-in-law of the secretary of war, Mr. Root, and ex-Senator Warner Sillier, Noah Davis, formerly chief Justice of our Supreme Court, who was defeated by one vote In the Republican caucus as the party's candidate for United States Senate, his successful competitor having been Roscoe Conkllng, and forme...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 1 February 1900

OLI JGIJBMA: INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY . MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1900. TT T1T? O nrVTC (AT RAILWAY NCTS STAM i'N WEEKLY F.STAl;M?lir.D IS23. DAILY ESTABLISHED UZO. t V' -1.-NO. 32. lXLKjrj o vy-ir o. trains and m ndays, s cents. KIIN I. II lliH IJnLüli IWBIANAE . . s 1 f AS William Goebel Propped Up in Bed and fhe Oath of Office Administered. J. C. W. Beckham, the Democratic Claimant for the Lieutenant Governorship of Kentucky, Also Sworn in by Chief Justice Hazelrigg. REPUBLICANS TAKEN BY SURPRISE Democratic Legislators Did Not Hold a 'Meet ing, but Signed a Formal Statement. Two Governments Now in Existence and Trouble Prob able Castleman Placed in Charge of Militia by Goebel Latter Is Improving. FRANKFORT, Ky., Feb. 1. At 1:10 o'clock this morning Mr. Goebel was asleep. His physicians had retired and nobody was in the sick room except the nurses. FRANKFORT, Ky., Jan. 31 William Goebel was shortly before 9 o'clock to-night sworn in as Gov ernor of Kentucky, and J. C W. Beckham a few min...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 1 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1900. the Republican. left Frankfort during the day declaring they were Kolnft direct to London, but r.o Democrat f o declared him self. The words iulon. Laurel county." are not words that rlease Democratic ears. In fact, many of them declared their lives would not be safe after they reached the town. It Is a iIace of about 1,000 Inhabi tant? situated in what I known as the feud country." The Inhabitants are rr.o.n ly mountaineers and largely of a most en thusiastic typ? of Republican faith. The county 1j on of the sreatest Republican strongholds In the State. The people of Laurel county are Intensely for Taylor and intensely ajralnst Goebel and all his works. It la this latter feeling that causes the Democratic members of the Legislature y feel a hesitancy about venturing at the present time, when party feeling runs so high and so bitter from end to end of the State, within the confines of Laurel coun ty or Into the neighborhood of Lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 1 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY,' FEBRUARY 1, 1900. 3 New York Store Established 1S5.1. Sole Acrnli Bntterlck I'atterns. JACKETS Kersey, Cheviot and Venetian Jackets, man-tailored and silk lined, special, $3.49, $7.50, $9 Second Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. Grabbing Hooks Not Required These kind of prices bring customers in . Puffs, Ascots and Teck Ties, $1.50 and $1.00 qualities Reduced to 25c Oxford Mufflers Reduced to 50c Paul H. Krauss, 44 East Washington St., . . . Shirt Maker. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure This preparation 1 particularly adapts to the treMment of acut COLDS. COl'GHS. LA GRIPPE. BRONCHITIS. CATARRH. HEAD ACHE. ETC., an! the formula as now prepared la the result of the Ions: experience and exhaus tive research of the world's most distinguished specialist In this class of diseases. . HUDER'S DRUG STOKE. Wash, and Pean. Stt Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. University of Indianapolis. for all kinds of dental work. The fees are to cover the costs on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 1 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY, 1-KBRUARY 1, 1000. Telephone Call. Euslne CfTe 233 Editorial Hooai tS t 1:1ms or siiicription. DAILY DT MAIL. rrHr only. en month I r-ailr rnlr, thrc months 2.00 Tallr cnlj. rne year rol!r. Includlnff Fun Jt. on year 13-M ßirday only. cn Tear 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. ral!r. pr tvrk. fcy carrier I1 Sunday. In;;: copy 6 c, Dally aoJ Sunday, per we-k. by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Per year. Reduced Itutfi to Clnli. FSub-crlb with any of oar numerous agents cr end cubscrlptlons to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis. Intl. Pmons ndlnsr the Journal throujh the ir.alli In th Unttet Ftatcs ihotild put on an eight-pate rrr a ONE-CENT poatate tamp; on a twelve cr ilxteen-i,ajr paper a TWO-CENT po?taje tm. Foreign pc tag is usually doutU the rates. All communications Intended for publication In papr must. In order to receive attention. ccompanled by tbe name and addreis of tne riter. Itejected manu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 1 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, iSGu. The Cold Snap Brings Value Snaps 'arm heads in regular $1.50 Silk Plushes and Plain and Choice Choice Choice of all kinds and shapes Cap? that were $1.00 Fur Gloves $5.00 anil $0.00 kinds at $-5.00 $4.00 grades at t3.QO 3.00 grades at S.OO Sl.no grades at 1.00 bd When Clothing $3,000 U. S. Gov't, 1907, reg. ...... 4s $9,732 Scott County, Ind 4i $13,500 Jackson County, Ind 4s Friers and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Beds. Pillow And Chair Cushions. Hospital Rings. Urinals, Bed lan. Fountain and Bulb (fringes. Hot Water Uottles, Stomach Tubes and hhower Baths. WM. II. ARMSTRONG A CO.. SURGICAL. INSTRUMENT MAKERS- 222 "and 224 South Meridian St. RELEASED BY TURKS ITALIAN GinL WHO HAD UEEX PLACED IX. AN OFFICER'S IIARE.M. The Porte Ilalltloied ly Khifr Hum bert Ambassador IlnsMiun Jubl Innt Over the Persian Deal. CONSTANTINOPLE. Jan. 31. Owing to the refusal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 1 February 1900

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1900. jouit.Ais nrsixnss directory. COAL - COAL Cob'jrn Ceal Co., ra.-t 221 street. Anth nett. c;e. hard and soft coal. Phon lliZ. DTEING BRILL. &: CO.. fancy 5vn ani cleaners silk curtains, any eclor, eini and finiVifd equil to ntw- al.-i lv!iV likht cloth Jacken a p cialty. Massachusetts avenue unj Iii North Illinois trrtt. FLORISTS PHRTKP.MANN FLORAL OOMPANT. y No. 241 Mi ac. N. 11. n. Tel. V9 LAITNLKIES UNION' CO-OPERATIVE JAUNDRT. Work called for. m-n Vlnr. ave. 'I'hone 1TG3. MANTELS AND CRAT04- " P. iL PLUS ELL Mantels. Furnaces). 221 ilu. av. BALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carnacj. Traps. Buck boards, ste.) 2S Clrcia. Tl. 1037. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WIEGET lit South Pt. tu rlranU t. UNDERTAKERS FRANK B LAN CHARD, f N. Palawrar t. Tal. 411. Lady Attendant WALL PAPER II. C. STEVEN'S. New tjl Wall Paper. Low prices. I3Q N. Scat av. Tel a op rS2. Fl'XEItAL DIRECTORS FLANNER it BUCHANAN 230 Nor.h Illl&ols street. Lady ei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 1 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1900. PUT YOUR MONEY Where It Will Be Secure Where you can get interest on it, and still, where you can draw it and the interest, if you need iL ACCOUNTS MAY BE OPENED AT ANY TLUE WITHOUT COST. No Regular Anionnt Reqaired Open an Account To-day. You will bo surprised how rapidly the in terest accumulates. Indiana Trust Co. Security for Deposit?, $2,GG0.0C0. OFFICES IN COMPANY'S BUILDING. 88 NASSAU STREET, HEW TORIC Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities BABVET KD WARD TISK flXOROS XX. ROBINSON, Uimbtr Niw Tork Block Exc&asg. jiAKnnroMTv S. A. 1 LfclCHERct CO.'S (Safe Dojoojsit Vcitalt SO East "Washington Street Absolu sarety against fire and burglar. Po liceman day and nUbt on guard. Designed for safe k epln cf Money. Bonds. Wills. Deeds. Ab stract. Fllver Plate, Jewels and valuable Tn4ka. Packages, etc. Contains 2.100 boxes, Kent 95 to 845 pe year. JOHN S. TAHKl.GTO........aianager. ACTIVE TRADE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 1 February 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1900. One of these two prices will now pay for any one of over two huudrcd reiaaining winter .coats. 59.75 Ij the price for unrestricted choice of any cloth coat in thU choice stoc A week ago thn same garments were fellin at $19.73; a month a?cr they would have cost you tJ), JCO or 56.75 Pay3 for the p'ck of all thoe previously priced from to $13. It's an eye pleasing assortment ut a purse-pleasing price. Pußßarrcc Scarfs Are the Mvtll fcnih for a stre-t hat. If you know of them ou'll be ß'atl to be apprises! of their arrival; if not, you should ?-ee them as the latest kink of up-to-date mil linery. 'A dozen colorings at TCZo LS.AYRES&CO. ilaocfccturer of Grilles and Fret Work. KOTE IT rnom wnrlr. nntnt. frpsrn- H ingr and relief ornamentation of various kinds are fairly challenged by the new at tainments in Paper Hangings, 7ith their special colorings and designs for special needs; and the Paper Hangings get the most of it We ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 February 1900

JMBIANABOLIS JOUENAI WEEKLY ESTABLISHED IS3. I VfT TVH UQ DAILY ESTADUSHED WM. J WAJ. A. 11 V7. OO. INDIANAPOLIS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. PRICE 3 CENTS. f AT II ATIAVAT NFTlVf FTANT?. ON 1 TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. & CUNTS. r r : i GOEBEL IS LOW IIIS COSDIflOX THIS 3IORXIXG SAID TO DE CRITICAL. Physicians Afraid of Dlood rolionlng, and Say lie Mar Die In Convul sions Any Jllnute. SITUATION STILL TANGLED DEMOCRATS HOPEFUL OF SECURING I.VJUXCTIOX TO-DAY. Will Apply to the Fiscal Court for nn Order Restraining Governor Tay lor from Interference. BABRED FROM THE CAPITOL MET WITH ßAYO.NETS WHEN THEY TRIED TO ENTER YESTERDAY. Governor Taylor' Authority 5ot Rec ognised by at Bank and the Pen itentiary Warden. GOEBEL DEFIED BY 1HXITIA WILL, NOT ODEY THE ORDERS OF THE DE3IOCIIATIC "USURPER." Conference at Wlilch His Supporters Refuted to Abide by the Decision of the Federal Court. At 3T o'clock this morning' Mr. Goebel was alive, but his condi tion was said to be critical. There was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 February 1900

2' THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. carried part of the water from the several Glazier nozzles In operation and formed a thick mist, which froze to the faces and clothes of the firemen and spectators. EXPLOSIONS SCARE TUB CROWD. The crowd settled down to watch with wonderment the work of the department and the progress of the flames, confident that the adjoining buildings would be saved and thtre would no other cause for alarm or undue excitement. Hut this de lusion was noon dispelled when there was a report In the rear of the buildings which resembled the distant rumblings of a bat tery of artillery. The first report was fol lowed by another explosion, and still an other and another caused the spectators on Maryland street watching the tire from the rear to stand awe-stricken for a mo ment and then to hastily retreat to a piace of safety. The several explosions were caused by the Intense heat on the canned poods on the second and third floors of the Stout buildin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS. JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. New York Store CatnMUheil 1K53. Sole Aernt Uutterlck Patterns. FiYe Dress Goods Values Tint Appeal to Year Better Judgment NEW PLAIDS-Fcotch Plaids. Bright Plaids, Camel's-halr Plaids, all , color?, a yard . vi-lnch two-toned all-wool Figured Nov elties, In a broken lino of colors, rlf 7c values for, a yard ... 4Mnch Paquin Series In two-toned ef fects. Imported fabrics, worth il, special for, a yard viyc 43lnch Irarorted Scotch Novelties In high colors, checks and plaids, former 12.73 quality. In this sale, a 0r yard VOC EXCLUSIVE SUIT PATTERNS 14 High Novelty Suit Patterns, our own exclusive designs, were formerly $20, $25 and 130, to-day they are, v s(l each West Aisle. Pettis Dry Goods Co. "TELL THE TRUTH" Monarch Grocery Motto. i SPECIAL, PRICES. IS lbs granulated sugar. $1. California lemon cling peaches, heavy sirup, 2(c. Gllt-cdgc sliced peaches, 20c. Egg plums and green gages. Jlc. Fine sweet corn, 13c quality, at 11c. Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 February 1900

n THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; FRIDAY, . FEBIIUAIIY 2, 1900. HIE DAILY JOURNAL . FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1000. Telephone Call. Easiness OfSca 22S EJitcrlal Koomi S TERMS OF 5U11TRIPTIOX. DAILY BY MAIL. rAf!.r only. rn month I -7( T'alfy oplr, three months 2. I !!jr only, cne. year 8M rllT. Incluyirr Sunday, one year 10 W Eurday on!y. cne year WHEN FURNISHED BT AGENTS. Dally. pr wwk, by carrier s !" Sunday. ln;! ropr ct Dally and Sunday. pr week, by canler.... 20 eti WEEKLY. Ter year ILM Reduced Rate to Club. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents er end subscriptions to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis. Ind. Persons sending; the Journal through the malls !a the United Ftates should put on an tlght-ra? paper a ONE-CENT postage tarr-p: on a twelve er sixteen-pftze raper a TWO-CENT liotace stamp. Foreign resucs i usually doubl the rates. AH communication Intended for publication tn this paper must. !n order to receive attention, o accompanied by to nam and address ct tha writer....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUAEY 2, 1900. Prof. Geo. F. Barker, M.D., University of Penn.: "All the constituents of alum remain (from alum baking powders) in the bread, and the alum itself is reproduced to all intents and purposes when the bread is dissolved by the gastric juice in the process of digestion. I regard the use of alum as highly injurious.' Dr. Alonzo Clark : "A substance (alum) which can de range the stomach should not be tolerated in baking powder." Prof. W. G. Tuckor, New York State Chemist : " I believe it (alum) to be decidedly injurious when used as a constituent of food articles." Prof. S. W. Johnson, Yale College: "I regard their (alum and soluble alumina salts) introduction into baking pow ders as most dangerous to health." In view of such testimony as this, every care must be exercised by the housewife to exclude the over and over condemned cheap, alum baking powders from the food. Baking powders made from cream of tartar, which is highly refined gra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 February 1900

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. JOUIINAIS ni'SI.NCSS DIRECTORY. COAL- COAL Ceburn Co! Co.. East 224 trt. Anth raclte. cik. hard anl oft coal. Iliona H4S. DTEIXO BRILL it CO., fancy dyers an1 cleaners silk curtains, any color, rleinM an j finished equal tn .newLk,M !! llzht cloth Jackets a sjv e'lty. 4 Massachusetts avenue and 15 North Illinois street. FLORISTS RERTCRMANN FLORAL COMPANY. New X. 241 Mm av.. Kt N. Dai, st. Ttl. IM. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE 1 AUNDTtT. work caIlNl for. Vlrg. ar. Thon 12C3. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IL PURS ELL rllanta!, furnaces). Z31 Mm. mr; I ALE AND LIVERY eTADLES HORACE WOOD (Carria. Trap. Buek boards, etc.) Clrcla. Tal. 1077. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WIEOEU 111 Bouth PanntylTtnlA at CNDKRTAKERS FRANK DLANCHARD, 3 N. Palawan st. Tal. I1L Lady Atttnganf WALL. PA PC RA IL C 6TEVEN8. Ntw Etjla Wall raper. Low prices. Iii N. Senats av. . TtL 2 oa , , , . FUNERAL directors FLANNER it BUCHANAN-CO Noi-th Illinois strat. L4j em r truer, for l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. XX YOU WISH TO Make a Loan ? FOR Straight Loans or - Collateral Loans or Installment Loans EKE THE MARION TRUST CO. N. E. Cor. Monament Place and Market St IXDWKST HATES. BEST TERMS. Central Trust Co. 150 East Market St. TRUSTS of all kinds executed. DEPOSITS received on interest. LOANS made on best terras. REAL ESTATE sold and exchanged. RENTS collected. INSURANCE written. rilAItlER E. COFFIN. President. VIL B. JAMKSON.Vice President. CirARI.FH K. HOLLOW AY. Vice Pres. and Treas. VUUITC J K.N N IN OM. .Secretary. SAFE DEPOSITS. S. A. I LL1CHER& COS Sojfe J3erosit Vtauilt CO Enat IVashtnston Street Absolute safetr against tire and burglar. Po liceman day and nlKht on guard. Designed for afe keeping of Money, Bonds. Wills. Deeds. Ab stract. Silver Plate. Jewels and valuable Trunks. Packages, etc. Contains 2,lw) boxes. lient 5 to S43peyear. JOHN S. TAHKI.GTO....,Manauer. WALL-STREET BUOYANCY TERY MAnKED IN ALLL RUT THE THACTIOS S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 February 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. Pulley Belts Have rou seen them? They are new, anu decidedly smart. The qualities we are showing are made of heavy black satin ribbon. . Their adjustment is unique, and well, you ought to have one. Two styles at 50c ' '' : One at 75c. ''.!' , , Two that sell at 31. ' 2 J. Jersey Cloth We called it Jersey Flannel in Tuesday's announcement. Bat "what's in a name?" The material is the fame that became par- of almost every woman's wardrobe some ten years or so ago. Terhaps you remem ber its comfortable elasticity. Now it is to be used for Shirt Waists. Here in these colors: Bc Cadet. Gray. Pink. Lavender. and Dark Cardinal. 50-lnch width Jersey Cloth, the d t yard Zpl.OO L S.AYRES&C0. Mtcofactarcr of Grilles md Fret Work. CORNER STONES -OP OUR ESTABLISHMENT Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 aad 19 Weit Washington Strt. Hardwood Floors laid, flnlthcd and raflnlshtd. Ye Clean Your Diamonds And examine them to see If th...

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