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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 4 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1C00. 13 family used. "I cannot tell, my lord," re plied the novelist, "except it be that my branch of the family -were the first that knew how to spell." - Collectors of the portraits of celebrities will be sorry to learn that there Is only one picture of the late IL D. Blackmore known to be In existence. This Is a line drawing which was reproduced some years ago In that London periodical, the Pub lishers "Weekly. Here the gifted author of 'liorna Door.e" appears with clean shaven upper Up. -with a round fullneck beard, and looking for all the world, as an English writer says, like the skipper of a channel trader. French people habitually reproach the lglih with insularity, and they retort by attributing to the French a contemptuous Indifference to anything outside their own borders. "There Is an element of truth in both chargrs." says a London writer. "As a race we travel -euch, and we are better linguists, or, rather, less confined to...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 4 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. S3- 'With the exception of the concert to be given Tuesday evening by the Indian apolis Symphony Orchestra, English's Opera House will be closed this week until Wednesday afternoon, when the newest Broadhurst farce. "Why Smith Left Home," will be presented at a special mati nee with the original company that com pelled the verdict In London and New York that it Is one of the cleverest farces on the tage. A reading of the names tTi the cast will suffice to show that this will be one of the most excellent entertain ments of the theatrical season. Heading the HsT'ls Maclyn Arbuckle. a comedian whose ability Is attested by the fact that he Is to star next season. Others In the company are Fred V. reters. Ban Mason, II. U. Bnyder, II. F. Robert, Miss Brandon Douglass, Mrs. E. A. Eberle, Rose Snyder, Gertrude Roosevelt, Blanche Carlyle, Anita Brldger and Mrs. Annie Yeamans. Mrs. Ycamans portrays a hauty cook, who re- Jolces In the name o...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 4 February 1900

I liefer THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. 15 By CUTCLIFFE HYNE. Coryrisht, 1300. She was not the repular Portuguese mall. Ehe was an ancient seven-knot tramp, which had come across from Brazil to Loando. and had boon lucky enoush to pick up half a cargo of coffee there for Lisbon. She called In at Banana, the sta tion on tho mangrove fplt at the mouth of the Congo, where the river rllot3 live (and on occasion die), and where the Dutch fac tory used to bring trade till the Free State killed it , with duties; and at Banana she had further fortune. There were 230 ne groes there. Accra men and Crooboys most ly, a gang: that had made their 13 or 20 apiece on the railway, and were waiting to go home. The passenger boys had collected their chattels, and were gathering in a howl ing, chattering mob by their surf boats ready to go on board, when tho first no tion came to me of joining her. It was the Danish harbor master who gave it. lie came up, under his old white umbrel...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 4 February 1900

IG THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1900. PHTNQ OQ IT PETIT TV IG I ITS WHAKSKSS AVAS FIRST DIS CLOSED IX TIIK WAR WITH JAPAN. Germany and Russin Pushing Their Respective Interest An Impover ished Common People. Correspondence of the Indianapolis Journal. SHANGHAI. Dec. 2-). The Germans In China, like their countrymen at home, have no very great affection either for Ameri cans or the English. There are isolated Instances of wann personal friendship, but the natural feeling, which is another term for the general feeling, is anything but friendly. The few rumors that reached us at the time of Prince Henry's visit to Shanghai and Hong-Kong were an uner ring evidence of the prevalent German sen timent, and the half was not told. At the official dinner given him here by the Ger man consul the imperial visitor made him self anything but agreeable. He made many very satirical Inquiries as to affairs In' the United States, taking no pains, brother to the Emperor though he was, ...

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

IWBIAWAPOLI JGUBNAI A a WEHKLY ESTABLISHED 1S13. ) VIT T Vn itl INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1900. tromr' q m?vfrc cat railway nkws ftanps. ox XlVlU!i O LXUiS 10. illlAINS AND SUNDAYS, i CENTS. rAIL.T KSTAIJLJtHKU 1J-50. 50. S XJ. Jk-ä a. ow. 7 PEACE SEEMS" Better Counsels Prevail in Kentucky and a Way of Settlement May Be Open ToDay. Alonzo Walker Has Been Released, Which Removes the Possibility of an Armed Clash in the State Capitol Grounds. DEMOCRATIC CAPITAL AT LOUISVILLE Beckham and His Friends Have Gone There, and Will Be Supported by Local Officials. Plans for Mr. Goebel's Funeral Completed Interment at Frankfort Republicans Will Offer a Com promise To-Day London's Protest. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. FRANKFORT, Ky.. Feb. 4. Governor Taylor will undoubtedly change his plana to-morrow, and there will be no clash be tween the mllltla and the State judiciary,, Judge Cantrell's order enjoining the Gov ernor from preventing the Legislature as sembling In the ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS - - JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1900. there building. Their losses aggregate C while th losses on buildings amount to fully Among th firms and Individual. that suf fered heavily from the Are are the follow in? whose places of business were on the east side of Fourth ar.d west side of Third street: A. Nasse, wholesale grocer; riant Feed Company. Krenning Glas3 Company. lias set's plumbing establishment. McLain & Alcorn Commission Company, Duller IJlock Commission Company. Nelson Distillins Company, Hake Ac Sons Commission Com pany. George Abenton. produce; Bauer Flour Company, Shaw & Richmond, pro duce: Fred Pohlman's saloon. Their losses aggregate thousands of dol lars and are partly covered by insurance. Late to-night John Cummlngs, private watchman of Penny & Gentles, was ar rested and i3 being held at the Four Courts pending nn Investigation into the origin of the Are. He was taken into custody as the result of a statement of a woman rooming oppo?ite...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1900. New York Store Established 1853. Sole Agents Datterlck Tattern. Second Day iienfic More good values to-day in this greatest of sales. Come come early. Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large 5tock and Large Bus iness enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J. IIAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St. Second largest Shoe Store In the World. Wfmk QcHaira's Elixir of Opium X m. preparation of the drug by which Its In jurious effects are removed, while the valuable medicinal properties are retained. In acute nerv ous disorders it Is an invaluable remedy, and Is recommended by the best physicians. E. FEIUIETT, Agent, . 373 Pearl St., Xew Yorlc. AMUSEMENTS. Playwright Charles II. Hoyt Is again in possession of perfect health. .Efflo Ellsler Is winning considerable praise for her clever Impersonation of Qlory Quaylo In "The- Christian." ! .Next May Blanche Walsh and Melbourne MacDowell are to play a return engage ment at the New York Grand Opera House. ' ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 February 1900

r. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY, 5, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1900. Telephone Calls. Eüüness Office ZZi Editorial Rooms I TUU31S OF suDcnirTiox. DAILY BY MAIL. Dally onlj, ere month -70 lially only, three months TaiJj only, one jear ' XliT. Including Sunday, one year 1 r) ßurday only, cne year -00 WHEN FURNISHED ET AGENTS. rally, pr wek. br carrier eta Sunday, single ropy .! Dally and Sunday. per week, by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Per year .T. Ilednred Rate to Clnbs. Fubsr.lbe with any of our numeroua ajents or ni subscriptions to the JOURNAL -NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, I ml. Persona sending th Journal through the mails la the United Etat should put on an clgnt-ra-K Paper a ONE-CENT postage (mp; on a twelve cr alxteen-pagt paper a TWO-CENT rostase tamp. Foreign postage la usually double these rates. All communlcatlons Intendei fcr puMlraticn In tula paper miiit. In order to receive attention. I cccmpanied ty the nami and address cf the writer. ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1900. 5 The Notion Department Has been having rather a busy time of it between the opening and ar ranging of new Spring And attempting to make the unusually early shipments of orders de manded this season, time has been at a premium. However the exhibit is now almost complete more nearly 50 than will generally be found in that our orders were placed among the earliest. Hosiery, Underwear, White Goods, Men's and Ladies' Furnishings, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, Notions, Small Wares, Manufactured Goods. murphIThibbeiv & CO., Importers, Jobbers, Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (SiTdlSSeV ) BOHID) $3,000 U. S. Gov't, 1907, reg 4s $9,732 Scott County, Ind 4j2 $13,500 Jackson County, Ind.. 4s Prices and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD 6t CO. 205 Stevenson Building. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Beds, rillow ami Chair Cushions. Hospital Rings. Urinals. Red Pans. Fountain and Bulb Hyrinves. Hot "Water Dottles, Stomach Tubes and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 February 1900

Harr. W. H. and K.... Leyendecker. J. P Linder. E Mcl heeters. C Ma:n. VV. R B. hrs' sub, II. & Co.'s ad. i.......... Holl. sub. A 2d n add Lieber s add M. sub. H. A Co.'s add 3.0 Kollers sub. D.'s 1st add...l.33 f).40 Sia.73 6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1900. JOU11XAIS BLSl.N'ESS DIRECTORY. COAL Coburn Ccal Co., East 22d street. Anth racite, evke. hard anl toft coal. Phone 2445. DYEING BRILL At CO.. fancy dyers and leaners silk curtains, any cc.lor, cleaned and finishe.1 equal t new; also ladiee' lieht cloth Jacket a spe cialty. Zs Massachusetts avenue and HZ North Illinois street. FLORISTS BERTERMANN FLORAL COMPANY. Kaw No. 2U ITasa a v.. ZX N. Jxl. sL Tel. t41 LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE IAUNDRT. Work called for. 114-144 Vlrg. ave. 'Phono 1263. UANTELS AND GRATER P. M. PURS ELL (Mantels, Furnace). 231 Uasa. are. SALE AND LI VERT STADLE8 HORACE WOOD (Carriage. Traps, Duck boards, ate.) 25 Circle. Tel. 1057. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WIEG EU HC Boath recnijlTinl st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1900. 1 j :1 HEAVY TRADE IN SHARES WALL STREET 31 All K ETS SHOWED AX INCHEASISO ACTIVITY. Kxcellent Bank Statement 3Iade a GoihI lniprrnnion Local Business for the "Week XV nn Very Good. At New York yesterday call loam were nominal. Prime mercantile paper, per cent Sterling exchange wag steady, with ac tual business In bankers' bills at ft-STf? 4.S7?i for demand, and 11.811.81 for sixty days; posted rates, S4.S3 and $4.S8SI.SS; commercial bills, $I.834.S1V. Car silver was '60;c. Mexican dollars, 4THc; silver certificates. KSGOVic Bar sil ver at London was quiet at 27d per ounce. Imports of specie at the port of New York for the week ended Saturday were $137,432 In gold and 9,037 In silver. Exports to all countries were J1.138.7S1 In silver bars and coin, and S7S.000 In gold. The Imports of dry goods and merchan dise at the port of New York for the week were valued at 113.091,514. The statement of the New York associat ed banks for the w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 February 1900

n.-.r. at Wuhchacff."" vr.. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1900, A Suit Sale Forty costumes in all, each made with tight-fitting" jackets and thoroughly up to date in ev ery feature. The materials are fashionable plain and fancy cloths the prices but little above half of earlier quotations. at $1:2.7:;- Twenty-flve Suits, whose regular prices ranged upward to $23. Jackets are ailk-lined. AT SI 7-."( Fifteen Suits t.iat are silk-llncd throughout. Suit and Jacket. For mer prices ran as high as $33. L S.AYRES&CO. Sole AffenU for Standard Pattern. picture lframing VR?fieberCa AUsafsctarer of Grillet and Fret Work. PORTIERE PUSH mm ire IIONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE t Two rope portieres, $1.50, Monday, 11.11. Five rope portieres, J1.73, Mondaj, $1.29. Two rope portieres, $2.50, Monday, $1.54. Five rope portieres, $3.2T, Monday, $2.12. Four rope portieres. $1. Monday, $3.98. Eight rope portieres, $1.50 and $3, Monday, $0.12. Ons lot of floral pattern reed portieres, $2.50. Mond...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 February 1900

7 INDIANA weekly established isn. I VHT T "MO Q7 DAILY ESTABLISHED ISiO. J WLl. Xj i J. Of INDIANAPOLIS; TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1900. D-nrnr Q nT?VrrC J at iuilway sns-3 stands, oh 1 lilUrj O L'.LilMO. (TRAINS AND SUNDAY?, CENTS. JOURNAL POLK PEACE TO BEIGN AN AGREEMENT REACHED I1Y KEN TUCKY'S WARRING FACTI OX S. Compromise That FaTors Democrats and Will Result in Taylor's Re moval, If Accepted by Ulm. LEGISLATURE TO EESUME ORDER FOR ITS MCCTINO AT LON DON TO DC REVOKED. Acta of the Frankfort Assemblage to De Validated and Beckham's Title Not to De Questioned 770 TRIALS TOR TREASON TAYLOR AND IIIS DEFENDERS TO ESCAPE PROSECUTION. Statement by the Governor Yesterday Evening-, In Which lie Said He Was Willing to Arbitrate. REPUBLICANS AT LONDON caccts or legislators held in THE LAUREL COUNTY CAPITAL. election Commissioners Admitted to the State-honse la Frankfort Re xnoval of GoebeFs Body. LOUISVILLE, Ky., Feb. 6. If the agreement drawn up last-night at the conference of the rep...

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

o V THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBItUAHY ß, 1900. Lawton's brigade In the Philippines and have accompanied his remains from that distant country. Mrs. Lawton was completely exhausted with her long Journey, and retired imme diately to her room. Ilcr eyes were suf fused with grateful tears when met by the reception committee at the depot, and in giving: expression to her feellng3 afterward raid to a Journal reporter: "1 cannot be gin to express to the people of Indiana what I feci. Tell them I thank them with my whole hearf for the honor they have shown to the memory of my husband. I shall always remember it and love them for It GEN. SH AFTER AT THE GRAND. General Shatter retired early to his room at the Grand Hotel, where he received a numbor of his old friends. In speaking of the tribute paid to General Lawton, at Fort Wayne yesterday he said he had never known a man to bo more universally mourned than General LXL.vton. Said he: "It seemed, when I watched the thousands of pe...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, . FEBRUARY fi, 1900. New York Store EMnblUhdd 1SS3. Sole Agent Rntte-lck Pnttcrna, Don't Forget the MILL en: Pettis Dry Goods Co. HALF PRICE SALE Of FANCY SHIRTS All our broken lines of Fancy Shirts, regular $1.50 quality, reduced to.. . 75 cents See Window Paul Ii. Krauss, - U East Washington St. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure This preparation U particularly adapted to the tratmnt of acut COLDS. COUGHS. LA GRIPPE. BRONCHITIS. CATARRH. HEAD ACHE, ETC.. and the formula as now prepared Is the result of the lone experience and exhaus tlrc research of the world's most distinguished specialist In this class of diseases. HUDER'S DRUG STORE, Wash, and Penn. Sts AMUSEMENTS. ; "She Stoops to Conquer at the Grand Opera House Last Night. If Dr. Goldsmith could have dropped into the Grand Opera House last night he would undoubtedly have experienced both bewilderment and amazement at finding his comedy, "She Stoops to Conquer," as fresh and capable of pleasing a...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1000. TelrpUone Call. 0 Euslne Office 22$ Editorial Rooms S5 TCHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY Br MAIL. Daily or. Ir. rna month 1 1.71 ,laUy only, three months 2.00 Dally only, one year 8.00 1 fitly. Including Sunday, ore year Iv.PO Sunday only, one year 2.0) WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Iaily. per wfk. by carrier 15 cts hun-iay. lr.cl copy , cts Dally and Sunday, rer wffk. by carrier.... 2J cts WEKKLY. Ter year J1.00 Rrdnrcd Ilatcn tu Clnlm. FubsHTlb with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Intl. Persons en.-lin the Journal through the malls In the Urlted Hr-ue nouM put on an elrht-pae paper a ONE-CENT postage ptamp: r.n a twelve or slxtfn-page raper a TWOCENT postajr tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In thlä paper must. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the came a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, .'2'EBItUAItY, 0, jCG). 5 Our Iravofce Disclosed a lot of broken sized Suits two and three of a sort, which were pood sellers at $12.00. Wc promptly threw them into the $8.45 Lot 5ee the Window All Men's and Boys' Winter Suits and Overcoats of which we have but one of a kind at Just Half Price When Clothing v. w Emergency Satchels, Medicine Cases, In strument Sets, Operating Gowns and Cush 1 r.. Physicians" PocKet Knives, with Sj-atula, and all other suitable articles. WM. H. ARMSTRONG & CO., Mirciral Instrument Makers 224 outii Meridian :-t. WILL RUN THE CAMPAIGN IIAItCOCIC AXD OVERSTUEET RE TAINED IX FOR 31 ER TOSiTIOXS. Itc-nicctcl Chairman find Secretary, Respectively, of tlie Republican ConcresMlonal Committee. Special to the Indianapoll Journal. WASHINGTON Feb. 5. As forecasted In these dispatches the republican congres sional campaign committee to-day re flected Representative Babcock, of Wis consin, chairman. and Representative Ovcrstre...

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

Cccrcd by u&Pct: erne THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FBDOTAItY C, journal's business diuectoiiy. CO A I Co fcm rn Col Co.. EH 221 trt. Anth racite, colte, hard and scft coal. Phons 244L DYKING DRILL & CO.. fancy drrs an1 cleaners Wc curtain, njr color. ImdH n.i fnl5 equal to new; alv Li.iiV llh; cloth Jarket a sp cUltr. VJt Ma?crhusetU avenu and 15 North lliinls etrccU FLORISTS BCHTKRMANS FLORAE COMPANY. Nw No. 241 Maas are.. 221 N. 11. sL TeL 141 LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE TjlUNDRT. Work called for. m-14 Vir. a?e. Thon 12GJ. UANTELS AND GRATES P. IL FCRSELL (Uaatala. rurnaces). 231 Maas, trt. SALE AND LIVERT STAELES HORACE WOOD (Carriar'S. Trap- Buck beards, etc) 23 Clrcls. TeL 1CS7. EIIOW CASES WlLLLA.il WIEGET. HI South FsraijlTs.nl et UNDERTAKERS FRANK DLANCIIARD. U N. Dlawar at. TaL 1L Lady Attendant. WALL PATERS H. C. STEVENS. New BtjU Wall Taper. Low prtcca. S3Q N. Bn.t art. TU 3 ob FLXCUAL DlKECTOItS PLANNER & BUCHANAN 125 North Illinois atreet. La Ij cmbal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1800. PUT YOUR MONEY . i ... . - Here It Will Be Secure Wheie you can get interest on it, anil 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 will be 5urprlsed liow rapidly the in terest accumulate. Indiana Trust Co. Security for Deposits, 52,000,000. OFFICES IN COMPANY'S BUILDING. S3 KASSAU STREET, JCEW YORK. Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities HARVEY EDWARD FISK GEORGE H. ROBINSON. Mesaber Nsw York Btock Exchange. S. A. I LLlCtihk& CO.'S Seif e Deposit Vovxlt :;; i:nt AVuMlilngrto street Absolute' safety against fire and burglar. To-li-frran day anl nlht on Kard. Designed for a f.- keejlni; of Money, Bon 1a, Wills, Deeds, Ab f tracts, silver Plate, Jewels and valuable Trunks. Packages, etc. Contains 2,1'jO boxes. I.'rnt b.l toS45peyrar. JOHN S. TAItlvIXGTOX MnnnKer. BIG DEMA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 February 1900

8' THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1300. ! , 1 I i New Underskirts Four choice designs that were brought out too late for the January sale. You'll find them excellent style and rare values at the prices. Cambric Skirt with deep flounce of lawn, c mbelllhol with three rows of Uce Inser tion, tucks, !e-p lace rutSeandO L unJfr dust ruffle, a bargain at.. Cambric Skirt vrith umbrella flounce of lawn, ornamented with forty tucks arrar.se! In groups, and extra 7Q width skirt at Z-awn-ffounced Cambric Skirt, trimmed with tucks and hemstitching, C 9Q under dust ruffle.. Mulin Skirt with lawn flounce, trimmed with two rows of lace laser- QRr tlon and lace ruffle JKJ L. S. AYRES&CO. Manufacturer ct Grilles end Fret Work. A Carpet Beater E2T The Prices at Gall's And such a lot of Carpets as you've got to choose from! We are stocked in the largest car pet room In the State ready to enroll varieties too numerous to mention, at prices to fit all purses. Albert Gall Carpets, Dr...

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