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

V WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1S3. ) VflT T NO DAILY ESTABLISHED 10- J vJ. . V. til. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ö, 1900. n-nin-n rirva'C cat railwat xnvs ptamw,;. X 1110 JJ O OX'jll J. O. I TRAINS AND fiUNDATS, i CtMS. ATI Wind Has Been Freely a Whirlwind May 0 Circuit Court at Frankfort Will Probably Enjoin Governor Taylor, and a Serious Clash Between the Factions May Result. BECKHAM PUT IN Will Act for the Democratic "Usurper" Until the Latter Fully Recovers. Castleman to Take Command of the Rival MilitiaArrest of a Democrat for Serving Court Notice on Taylor Goebel Improving. Dispatches from Kentucky indicate the political situation is extremely critical. The Democratic legislators held a session in the Capital Hotel at Frankfort, yesterday, and "ratified" their previous acts. Judge Cantrill is expected to issue an injunction to-day, restraining Governor Taylor from interfering with the Democrats. He will probably not heed it, and the Democrats may attempt to enforce it. Bec...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1S00. th? battle of Colenso. and, while admitting that there was an error of Judgment, contends that there was no error arising cither from rashness or incapacity. He Fays Colonel Long's Internal Injuries are very sever. A grave operation was performed on hlra on Jan. 25. The loss of this cfücer to the artillery forces Is, Mr. Churchill thinks, very serious. nncmiTs foii boeus. Crowds of Military-Looking: Men Landlutr at Loarrmo 3Irqnrs. LONDON, Feb. S. The correspondent of the Times at Lourenzo Marques, telegraphing yesterday, says: "Crowds of military looking men are still landing here. During the last two days more than a hundred, described as su?p!cious, have arrived In German steamers. These include a number of smart men, evidently officers, but most of them are low class, penniless adventurers. This morning some twenty of the better sort left for Pretoria. Many of them wore riding boots and carried field glasses. Thy were assiduo...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. New York Store Established 1N53. Sole Asrent BntterteU rattern. Fourth iientic Begins to-day at 8 o'clock sharp. E-COME. Pettis Dry Goods Co. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure This preparation Is particularly adapted to th Ireatment of acut COLDtf. COUGHS. LA JRIPPE. imONCHITIS. CATARRH. HEADACHE. ETC, and the formula as now prepared is the result of the long- experience and exhaustive rewoarch of the world's most Ulstlnrulahed sixclallst in this class of dUea.se. Hl'DER'S DRl'Q STORE, Wasb.in4 Pens. Sis Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. University 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. Mm W. Cor. Delaware and Ohio Streets. AMUSEMENTS. Hotel Topsy Tarry at Engllih's i Last Night. Patrons of English's Opera House must havo been watting for Just such a free-and-easy, mixed-up, hilarious entertainment as that afforded by "Hotel Topsy Tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 February 1900

4 HIE DAILY JOUltNAL SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 10C0. Telephone Call. CuMncff CfT.i I Editorial Roctns JS TEit3is of subscription. DAILY BY MAIL. Pallr enly, one month -70 Hailr cnlr. thr months 2. rally only, one year s 00 ra!ly. lnclu&rr Fun.lay. cr.e year..... W fA BurOT orly, one year 2.00 WHEN FURNISH ED BY AGENTS. ra!!.T. pr wek. by carrier 1" Pun&ar. single copr 5 ct Pally tnd Sunday. per week, by carrier.... ?j cts WEEKLY. Per year . 1-M Reduced Rate to Club. Fabsri-rbe with any of our numerous a;ent cr nd cubscrlptions to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis. Inl. Person ordlnr the Journal throuxh the mall fn the United Ftate should put on an o.ght-rK PIr a ONE-CENT postage Ktarr.p: on a twelve cr siateen-pajre paper a TWO-CENT potaStmp. Foreign pesuga is usually double theo rates. AM communication Intendei for publication In hls paper must. In order to receive attention, b accompanied by the name and address of the writer. Rejected manuscripts wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1S0O. OUT Oooo AH our odd Winter Suits and Overcoats men's, boys' and children's one of a kind every style of fabric, represented. Choice at Half Price When Clothing Co. NR-n. m I o 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 hv the consumer. These Sun-Bonnets are offered the trade ex. cluslvely by us, as the product of our own factory. Of all STANDARD MATERIALS, in various shapes and qualities. Notion Department Murphy, Hibben & Co. BOWB W33 OPFKR $3,000 U. S. Gov't, 1907, rej; 4s $9,732 Scott County, Ind $13,500 Jackson County, Ind 4s Prices and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. ' Useful Articles for Inv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 February 1900

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBltUAItY 3, 1900. jotn.iL,s ncsixEss dircctoiit. COAL Cobtrn Ccal Co.. East 23J street. Anth racltt. cokt. hard and oft coal. Phon 7445. DYEING BRILL Si CO., fancy" dyers and cleaners silk curtain, any color. rlned and finished quäl to new-also ladiet' llht cloth Jacket a pef!lty. 23 Maachusetu avenue and i;3 North I). Inula street. FLORISTS RERTERMANN FLORAL COMPANT. . Naw No. 241 Man ave.. 22i N. Del, st Tel. tMi LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE TAUNDRT. Work called for, uvnt Virr. ave. 'Phone 12C3. UANTEL8 AND CRATESP. IL PURSELL iMantsia, Furnace). i 231 Maas, are BALE AND UVERT STABLES 1IOHACE WOOD (Carriatet. Trap Buckbcarda. ate) 25 Circle. Tel. 1097. BIIOW CA8E8 WILLIAM WIEG EL. Ill 6cuth Par.ntylTanI.t tt UNDERTAKERS FRANK PLAN CHARD, n N. Pelawar st. Tel. 411. Lady Attendant WALL PAPERS IL C. STEVENS. New Etjle Wall Paper. Low prices. 30 N. Senate ave. Tel. 2 oo 2CS2. Fl.LHAL DIltCCTOItS FLANNElt & BUCHANAN 12) Norfs Illinois...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. SO NASSAU STREET, XEW YORK. Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities nxnVET EDWARD FISK ejXORGS IX. P.OCINSON, Utmber Nsw York Stock ExeLaBg. S.UT. DEPOSITS. S. A. I LLICHERcx CO.'S Snfo Deposit Vault SO East AVnablnRton Street Absolute safety against firo and burglar. Policeman day and nicht on guar!. Deigned for safe keeplnr of Money. Bon1. Wills. Ioeds. Abstracts, fcllvcr I'Ute, Jewels and valuable Trunks, Packages, etc. Contain 2.1W boxes. Kent S3 to 45 ryear. JOHN S. TAnKl.GTO...K.ManaRer. SPURT IN THE RAILWAYS D. ic O. LED TIIC STOCK 31 ARK CT IS GEEIlALi ACTIVITY. Jump In 3!etnl Stocks, Led hy Tennessee Coal and IronLocal IlttMinens Showed Considerable Life. At New York, yesterday, call loans were easy at VjZ-k per cent.;last loan, ZY2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4S per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with actual business in bankers' bill at $4.S7$ 4,8714 tor demand, and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 February 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. Toilet Specials First of all, there are to be 5hown Fome strikingly pretty stick pins at 23c and 50c each. Pulley Belts, of black satin, at 11.00. 73c and SOc Handsome Headed Delts. Jet or steel and Jet. are reduced from 11.00 to 73c A 25c card of a dozen shell Hair Tins Is offered at 19c tOc Chain Purses may be bought for 42c Chapped h:ind3 may be relieved with Almond Cold Cream, at 8c Blue Seal Vaseline will be sold at 4c 15c tubes of Viola Jelly will be priced lie 0c bottles of ShcfSeld'a Tooth Paste ro for j 17c Likewise, Den Dan Tooth Powder will be sold at 17c 10c Tooth Brushes will be 8c Lancaster Ginghams Crown's Matsukita Toilet Water, 50c bottles 43c Sanitary Soap &c 15 pieces of the regular 7c quality. In dress style plaids, are offered Saturday at 4c L. S. AYRES & CO. Sole Affen ta for Standard rattern. Manufacturer of Crllks acJ Fret Werk TO KEEP THE HOUSE WARM Prepared Paper We have it in a...

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

r JOURNA Part One Pages 1 to 8 J. WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1S23. DAILY ESTABLISHED VOL. L-NO. 35. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1900-SIXTEEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DEATH OF Died at 6:45 o'Clock Brother and Sister Began to Sink Yesterday Morning, and Passed Away a Short Time Before Justus Goebel, Another Brother, Arrived from Arizona. MR. BECKHAM SWORN IN AS GOVERNOR Oath Administered Without Delay and an Order and a Proclamation Issued. Republican Militia Officers Dismissed, General Castleman Placed in Charge and All Soldiers Now On Duty Ordered to Disband. FRANKFORT, Ky., Feb. 3. The bullet fired by an unknown assassin last Tuesday morning" ended the life of Mr. Goebel at 6:45 o'clock this evening. The only persons present at the death bed were Mr. -Goebel's sister, Mrs. Braunackcr and his brother, Arthur Goebel, of Cincinnati, who have been in constant attendance at Mr. Goebcl's bedside, and Doctor McCormack. Justus Goebel, another brother, who has been hurrying from Arizo...

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

7 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. had not been honored ho made the following statement: "It Is too late tQ do anything wore to-night. Next Monday the BhetiH will take possession of the Statehouse, by force If necessary. V"e will exhaust this county and neighboring counties If necessary to control the 3oldiers on guard here. If we don't succeed th?n McKinley will be called on to act." I.XJf.NCTIOX issui:d. Clash Averted by the Jmlgf Directing; that the Order lie Not Served. FRANKFOi.. Ky.. Feb. S. Judge Cantrlll. of the Circuit Court, this morning granted a temporary Injunction restraining Governor Taylor from Interfering with the meetings of the Legislature and from removing the Feat of the Legislature to London. Ky. The temporary Injunction Is to remain binding until Feb. IS. when the hearing to make It permanent will be heard before Judge Cantrlll. at Georgetown, Ky. -t the opening of court Judge Pryor rose and said: "Your Honor, we desire to offer a petition, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. 3 AGAINST THE RAILROAL FEDERAL RULING WHICH IXTEHESTS HOLDERS OP PASSUS. Question liaised in Salt of Virtor C. Yettc Decision In dam MunUatu Case In Superior Court. Judge Baker, of the Federal Court, yesterday gave an opinion In the case of Victor C. Vette against JuJson Harmon, receiver of tfco Baltimore & Ohio Southvrestern Railroad Company, declaring a railroad to be just as liable for damages to a person who has received Injuries while riding on a gratuitous pass Issued by the company as If he had paid his fare. The plaintiff charged that he was a passenger, riding In a passenger car of the defendant company, and that he vas seriously Injured by the derailment of the car In which he was riding, occasioned by the careless and negligent management of the train. The defendant answered that the plaintiff was traveling on a pass which had been issued to him at his request gratuitously, which pass embodied that the person...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. ÄDMITPERJUKY VIT!VESSKS IX CLARK CASH MAKE SIIAMCFtX CONFESSIONS. Say They Were Well raid for Making Kulme AniclarltH Attalnst Montana'a Senator-Elect. TESTIMONY AT WASHINGTON THAT REVEALS tXISlAL ROTTENNESS IN FAR "WEST POLITICS. Alleged Effort i DIacken the Character of RepreentatlTe Campbell, Who I Fronecutlns: the Case. STATEMENT BY THE LAWYER FLAT DENIAL OF CHARGES MADE BY TWO OF THE WITNESSES. Protest from Senator Hoar Asalnat Admitting Evidence "Which Coald Be of No Value to Anyone Special to the Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. The investigation Into the bribery charges against Senator Ciark. of Montana, by the Senate comxrlttee on privileges and elections, has uncovered a mass of rottenness and corruption such as Washington has never seen. '.All the witnesses thus far put on the stand by the defense have testified that they had been parties to a conspiracy organized by representatives of Marcus A. Daly to prevent ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 February 1900

V V 7 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. "Mb. M t : -X Itnin, OF ALL ODD 93 Quick K10 H AT HALF PRICE LVJ Men's. Bovs and Children's Winter Suits. jQrt Overcoats and Keefers kpj Odd Undergarments. UQ Verc willing to lose YeTre willti close out quickly bl When Clothing KU. ON RIGHT FLANK. (CONCLUDED FROM FIRST PACK.) Sir II. Colville." he writes, "shows the Grenadiers lost direction, and I found myself committed to a frontal attack." ' A COWARD'S TRICK- . Of the fame battle Lord -Methuen . reports: "A coward's trick now occurred. , A white flau was displayed, and our men ceased firing, and while the flag was flying a phot was flred by one of the party at our men. The entire force," adds the general. 'Is animated with the best spirits, and my sole regret Is that I have lost and must lose many more whenever I have to fight larj?e numbers of mounted Boers In strong defensive positions." Of Knslin. General Methuen " reports: The fighting was far harder than on Thursday, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. L'llSAIS IltSIXKSS DmCCTOltY. COALr ' : " s . COAL CcVufn Oa! Co., East 221 rtreefc Anthracite. ecke, hard and ort coal. X'hone 244. DYEING BIULL. & CO.. fancy dyers ani cleaners pI'.Ic curtain, any cocrr, clanfj anJ finished equal to new: .:o laiiV lUht cloth Jacket a rtaltjr. yv Massachusetts tvtnm aud 15 North Illinois treet. TLOhlSTSnERTERirANN FLORAE COMPANY. Nw No. 2il Hub i.e.. ZU N. fxl. it. Tel. 83. LAUNDRIESUNION CO-OPERATIVE IJIUNDRT. Work called for. Virg. ave. 'l'hon 12G3. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IL PUltSELL (Uant:, Furnaces). 231 ilis. are. BALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOI (Carriages. Traps. Backboards, ttc.) 2Z Ctrc'.a. Tel. 1077. 6UOW CASES , WILLI AU WIEGELE - lit Scuth Psnnijlranl-i st. UNDERTAKERS FRANK CLANCIIARD, N. Dslawar st. Ttl. IL Ladj Attendant. WALL PAPERS . . v. ; .. IL C. STEVENS. New Stjl Wall Paper. Low prices. 134 N. eenate avs. Tel. 2 on 2ZIZ. FLVLUAL DIUECTOHS FLANNElt & D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 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 it. ACCOUNTS MAY BE OPENED AT ANY TIME WITHOUT COST. Ho Regular Amount Required Open an Account To-day, You w ill be surprised how rapidly the Interest accumulates. Indiana Trust Co. Security for Deposit., $2,000,000. OFFICES IN COMPANY'S BUILDING. DO YOlAviSII TO Make a Loan ? FOR Straight Loans or Collateral Loans or Installment Loans SEK THE MARION TRUST GO. N. E. Cor. Monument Place and Market St LOWEST. RATES. . .REST TERMS. Mortgage Loans Made On improved property In Indianapolis and farms in Central Indiana on the most favorable, terms. . Collateral Loans Call and time loans made on approved collaterals at current rates. Tho Company is prepared to make liberal loans on Business-and. Residence Property, or for building, to be refunded In Monthly Payments. Central trust co. 150 East Market St....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 February 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. picturer g tin UCMEAFfT Manufacturer of (irillesaod Fret Work. PORTIERE PUSH mm ire BOND AY'S BARGAIN SALE Two rope portieres, $1.50. Monday, $1.11. Five rope portieres, $1.7. Monday, J1.29. Two rope portieres, J2.50. Monday, ll.Ll. Five rope portieres. 13.15. Monday, $2.12. Four rope portieres, $1, Monday, $2.08. Eight rope portieres, $1.50 and $3, Monday, $3.12. One lot of floral pattern reed portieres, $2.50. Monday. JJ.7S. One lot of geometrical pattern reed portieres, $L2C, Monday, 2c. These are all and no reserves Albert Gall Carpels, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 und 19 W'tmt YVnahlugrton Street. Hardwood Floors laid, finish! and raflniabed. Brilliancy The most Ircportant feature of a Diamond is its brilliancy. Fine color is desirable, so 13 technical perfection, but without brilliancy theso count for but little. To Insure brilliancy a stone must be properly cut, or, as the phrase goes, "well .made." We have Ions made a specia...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 February 1900

IT ÜNDAY Part Two Pages 9 to 16 T JOWRWA LxLd J PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TT ' &m INDIANA'S Reductions"Furs In view of the hundreds of fur garments sold, and the less than one hundred re-maining-, we'll not be satisfied with less than an absolute clearing of all winter furs. Scores of stylish muffs, scarfs and collarettes will now be offered at from one-half to two-thirds of real values. Judge by these few descriptions: ai S7.no Five Astrakhan Storm Collars of stylish cut, former price $13.50. AT 810Three Collarettes, with Astrakhan yokes and ripple borders of American Seal, $22.50 garments; also two Collarettes of Krimmer and American Seal, such as earlier sold at 130. AT Ö1S-50-One Persian Lamb Collarette, with American Seal border and top collar; also one American Seal Collarette, with Marten border and top collar. Either was earlier' priced $23. AT 817-75-Threo American Seal Collarettes, with border and tabs o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 February 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. through the interpretation of the secretary of the rmbas.')', Mr. McCreery. and a clasp of a delicate hand given to each. Tears of executive care have left as little mark on the face of President Diaz as has the activity left the Imprint of roughness upon the long-, $lim fingers. FAITHFUL WORSHIPERS. In Diaz Is placed a faith and adoration fecund in the Mexican estimation only to that -which has stained the stones of the road to the facred phrine of Guadalupe with blood from the knees of pilgrims who have traveled the four miles thither from the city. These pilgrimages are no longer made except on rare feast days, and then only by the most devout, but the devotion that prompted them Is understood by the Pullman rllsrlra who, even after a streetcar ride to Guadalupe, puffs energetically as he ascends to the chapel built in accordance with the legend, sanctioned by Home, that the Virgin Mary thrice appeared at this spot and comman...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. 11 -S3 TheCity'sOCIAL LIFE Events, Oayetles and Persona! Activities of the Week 3 3) The girl with red hair is now the rage. Bays a writer In the New York Sun, and the peroxide blonde Is utterly out of date, but any one who argues feminine wisdom and reform from that Is sadly mistaken. The women haven't changed their principles. They have changed only the color of their hair. The varying shades of auburn and chestnut are the thing, and the bleached are becoming the dyed. On the whole, it is rather an improvement. Titian red, artistically concocted. Isn't so aggressive as golden blonde. Then, too, it doesn't quarrel so loudly with complexions never Intended, by nature, to consort with golden tresses; and it doesn't show the same indiscreet tendency to turn olive green with age, which marked the blondlne's hair. Of course, it is a nuisance lor those who were blonde to go in for auburn; but, after all, they are better off than the bru...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 February 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 190C. Telephone Callit. Dullness Cfüi 22 J Editorial Rooms.. ....88 TCRsis of srncnirTiox. DAILY BY MAIL Dally only, cne month 1 -70 Dally cnlr. ihre monthi 2M r-aily cnlj-. cr.e year .W Daily. Includlr.c Sunriar. one year 10. CO Eurday only, one year 2 0O WHEN FURN'ISIIED BY AGENTS. Dally, p-r week, by carrier Is eta Punday. r!n;le copy t Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 23 ct WEEKLY. Per year 11.00 Ilcdnced Rate to Club". Fubcrlb with any of our numerous agents or ten 1 subscriptions to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis. Intl. Terscns aenjir the Journal through the mal! In ft Unlta States should put on an clght-iagre rarer a ONE-CENT pcstaje stamp; cn a twelve cr elxteen-paee paper a TWO-CENT poftase tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double the rates. All eonmonlcttlons Intend! for publication In this paper must. In order to recelvr attention, be accompanied by the name...

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