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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 February 1900

INMANAPOLI IOUÄNAI A WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1X2. VHT T VO A 7 DAILY KSTAHLLJ!IKD l&O. f VJlJ, -Li "1 i 4 , INDIANAPOLIS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1900. PRICE 3 CENTS. i$7JKlLKfSE 3 FTANPS. OS DAYP, 5 CENTS. 7 CTTCTn? A f 1 TAT oiiuJUiMjJu nimm LOUD nOUCItTS HAS 1'OSSIIILY CUT the wires hchind him. IV o Word frost the Ilrltlnh Command er-In-Chlef Since lie Urean the larndon of the Free State. LONDON HOPES TOE A BATTLE anxious for cronjc to make a STAND NCAR KIMUURLEV. III Line of Communication vrith Dloemfonteln Already Severed by the British. GEN. BULLEE AT CHIEVELY BRITISH REPORTED TO HAVE RE TIRED FR03I RENSDURG. Gen. Catacre and Ilia 12,000 31en Sup posed to lie Trylnyr to Join Rob erts Lancera Killed. LONDON. Feb. 16, 4:20 a. ra.-As the wire? aro closed to correspondents with Lord Roberts, and as nothing further from him has been communicated to the public, the military adepts spend their time in Btudying maps, topography and figuring out the possibilities of Lord Roberts's ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1900. only reason for suppo?lng that he and Daly were now on good terras was found in the fact that some of their children were very Intimate. After this Dr. Tracey had con tinued by saying that all "they want Is a fair show," "and I told him' continued the witness, "that underany circumstances they could count upon That." Justice Hunt said that after this Dr. Tra cey had made an appeal to him to get off the bench on account of hl3 health, he hav ing been threatened with lung trouble; that the doctor had told him that if he continued ho was sure to break down, as the poItIon was very laborious; If he would accept the proposition he could take a rest, go abroad, visit the Farls expo sition, hive nothing to worry about, and thus Indefinitely prolong his life. Judge Hunt paid that he had replied to this that he appreciated what the doc tor raid about the desirability of getting or? tfe bench, but that he could not see his way clear to acce...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1900. 3 New York Store Established 1S53. Sole Acenti Uatterlvk rattern. MEN Come to Our Unlaundered Now Going On s Pettis Dry Goods Co. "TELL THE TRUTH" Monarch Grocery Motto. . All the new Vegetables, fresh from the South. Mushrooms, 50c a pound. Oranges, 20c, 30c and 40c a dozen, . . Monarch Grocery 112 E. Washington St Telephone 1453 16th and Illinois Sis., Tel. 1459. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus iness enables us to undersell all others. CEO. J. ilAROTT, 22 to 28 tast Wasü. M. Second largest Shoe Store In the World. AMUSEMENTS. Hot'a "A Black Sheep" at tie Park Last Mght. The comedies of Charles II. Hoyt seem to be enjoying their second childhood since their Introduction Into popular-priced thea ters, and right healthy, lusty children they ere Indeed. Every one that has come to the Park this season has been given a warm reception, and "A Black Sheep," which was seen at that house yesterday afternoon for the first time, was not a whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Iß, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY J6, 1900. Trlrpltonc Call. Business OSce 203 I Editorial Rooms. .S6 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY DY MAIL Dally or.!r, one month $"-70 Dally cr.Iy. three months Z.W Iaily vnlv. rne yar Illv. lnclu-lln Sunday, one year l'W Euihiay only, one year ; 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED IiY A&EXTS. Dallr. per vrk.. by carrier 1" cts Fuirlay, si"!?l copy 5 cts Daily and Sunday. per ftk. by carrier.... 1) cts WEEKLY. Per year 11.00 Reduced Rates to Clubs. Fubsorlbe with any of our numerous agents or send subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending the Journal through the malls In th UntTfl Stnf should put on an elpht-pair paper a ONK-CENT postage stamp; on a twelve er slxteen-pac pa pel a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postaK is usually double these raten. All communications Intended for publication In thin paper muxt. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 February 1900

INDIANA'S CLAIM JUST REPORT OF SENATE COJIMITTEE ON A JOINT RESOLUTION. Federal Government Shown to Owe This State 714,170 for Discount on Bond and Interest. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON. Feb. 15.-Senator Fair banks, of tho committee on clalm, has prepared the following report to accompany Jclnt resolution No. 66, a measure of Im portance to the State of Indiana: The committee on claims, to which was referred the Joint resolution (S. R. G6) au thorizing and directing the secretary f the treasury to pay certain claims of the 'State of Indiana, after careful examination of the same, do thereupon make the following xcport: "The claim of the State of Indiana Is for reimbursement for discount, expense in curred In negotiating, and Interest paid on war loans, under and by virtue of an act of Congress approved July 27, 1S61 (12 Stats.. IS6), which Is aa follows: " That the secretary of the treasury be, and he Is hereby directed, out of any money In the treasury not otht-...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 February 1900

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1900. jomAis nusi.tcss diucctoky. COAL- COAI-Coburn CcsJ Co.. Hast 221 street. Arth raclte. cuke, hari and oft coat. Thon 2M-V DYEING ERILit & CO.. fancy dyer and cWners silk curtains, any roior. fUatifl end Pnislw-i eiual to new; also ladi-' lisht clcth Jackets 0 r cialty. z& Massachusetts avenuo a&.l liS North Illinois strtu LOR1STB BERTEHMAN' FLOItAL COMPANY. Nw No. U )Jii v.. r1 N. ifl. it. Tel. M. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE lAUXDTlT, work callM for. 11H-Ut Vlrg. avf. Thon HOTELS AND CRATES P. if. PURSELL (Mantels. Furnaces). SI Hurt. are. LATENT LAtVTERS V. II. LOCK WOOD. - 41S-11S Lemcke buildln. BALE AND LIVERY STAELES HORACE WOOD (Carnage. Traps. Euck beards, ete.) 2S Clrcis. Tel. 1037. 6 HOW CA8ES WILLIAM WIEGET 1H gcutb PannsylTanU t. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCIIARD. a N. Dalawar st. TtL 411. Lady Attendant. WALL rAI'ERS IL a STEVENS, New Styl Wall Taper. Low prices. SCO N. Senat ave. Tel. 2 on HI FIWEUAL DIRECTOR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1900. LOANS, RENTS, REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE, TRUSTS of EVERY KIND. THE MARION TRUST CO. N. E. Cor. Monument Place and Market St Hours, 9 to 4. and Saturday evening. Mortgage Loans iiade cn Improved property In Indian apolis and farms in Central Indiana on the most favorable terms. Collateral Loans Call and time loans made on approved collaterals at current rates. The 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. SAFE DEPOSITS. S. A. F LE1CHER& COS 30 East Washington Street Absolut safety against Are and burglar. Po liceman day and night on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money, Bonds, Wills. Deeds. Ab stracts, Silver Plate. Jewels and valuable Trunks. Packages, etc. Contains 2,100 boxes. Kent 5 to 845 je jear. JOHN S. TAHKI.GTO.M..M.3Ianaarer. NO DEMAND FOR STOCKS PROFESSIONAL TRADERS LEFT TO . MANIPULAT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 February 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUHNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY lfi, 1900. NEW RIBBONS j And Fancy Neckwear. There's a pretty show of them down this east aisle. The neck wear takes cm all the fluffy light ness now so fashionable, while the ribbons, in their beautiful new pastel colorings, reveal a dainti ness much beyond anything in recent years. 2 A iaRD rays for cholco of a score f C of hades of excellent quality new 4- lnch Taffeta Ribbons. 0r A YARD is likewise the pric of some new Ribbons In novelty weaves. These measure CVi Inches in width. A f - A YARD opens for your choosing Uv Eomo beautiful Persian Ribbons very new and stylish. A YARD pays for pick of some of J-- the prettiest rtyl and colorings you've tver seen la Novelty Rib- bona. L S.AYRES&CO. Manufacturer cf Grilles and Fret Work. The Edge of Appreciation Electricity in the air this kind of weather! Makes trade snap. Puts an edge of eager ness on buying and selling. Sharpens the appetite of appre ciation. You "value" better the full...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 February 1900

INDIAN AFOLIO JOIJENAI WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 123. I VfT ' T VH AO. DAILY ESTABLISHED l&ZQ. ( U-L. JLi i VJ. 40.. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. DDinr o nuvTC i at railway news ftandf. 1 HICL O (JPiiS Lb. trains and slndayp. s cu? ON' EN TS. 7 KIMBERLEY Cecil Rhodes's Diamond Town Relieved by General French's Flying Column, Which Spent One Night in the Place, and Then Dashed After Cronje and His Army of Boers, Who are Supposed to be Retreating to Bloemfontein. DISPATCHES FROM Who Is Now Installed at Jacobsdal, the For mer Headquarters of the Enemy. Rumor That General Buller Has Again Crossed the Tugela, After Bombarding the Boer Positions Near Colenso, for a Day and a Night. LONDON, Feb. 17. Ktmbcrley has been relieved, and the British are pursuing General Cronje and his army of Boers, who are prob ably trying to reach Bloemfontein, the capital of the Orange Free State. This is the most important development in South Africa in the past twenty-four hours, and it h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, lflOO. mau?a, said that In the years to come. In considering pensions for the soldiers of the Spanish war. the sickness due to mal administration of army affairs would have to be rccognlied. Mr. Cummlr.KS (Dem.. N. Y.) paid a trib ute to some of the dead New York heroes, StrgL Hamilton Fish and William Tiffany, and to the splendid valor of Governor Roosevelt. The mention of Governor Roosevelt's name brought out a round of applause. 'The only objection I have to him." said Mr. Cummlng?, "is that he is a Republican." Laughter. Mr. Manor: (Rep., Ta.) Faid it was un fortunate the pension question had been brought up to create partisan rancor. Dur ing the past few years the Democratic op position to pensions had disappeared. It should not bo revived now. Justice would be done to the Spanish war soldiers with out sectionalism. Mr. Gaines (Dem., Tenn.) denied that the Democrats were opposed to liberal pen sions; they were hostile only to unw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. New York Store KstnMUlied 1853. Sole Asents Oaftsrlck Patterns. OP TIIC MILL END SALE , ....T0DAY This means Bargains. Come. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure This preparation Is particularly adapt! to tb treatment of acut colds, corans. la GRIPPE. IJKONCMTIS. CATARRH, HEAD ACHE. ETC.. and the formula as now prepared Is tha result of the Ion experience and exhaus tive research of the world' most distinguished speclallit In this class of diseases. KUDER'S DRUG STORE. Wash, and Peon. Sts AMUSEMENTS. Julia Arthur In '3Iore Than Queen' at English's. No one knew better than Miss Arthur the powerful hold she had upon the affections of Indianapolis theater-goers, but even she was plainly surprised at the marvelous re ception accorded her last night. It seemed as If a general order had been Issued days ahead of her coming, commanding all the members of society's most exclusive cir cles to turn out, and in their most gor geous attire. The en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 February 1900

A THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1000. Telephone Call. Business Offle 23S Editorial Room .8C TER3IS OF stnscitiPTioN. DAILY BY MAIL Pally only, on month Ial!y only, Ihre months lwily onlr. or. y-ar Iallr. Includlnc Hunlay, one year Sunday only, one year "WHEN FUKXISHgD BY AGENTS. pally, rf r wk. by carrier Sunday. In: coy Daily and Sunday, r wwk. by carrier.... . r.7o . 8.0 . l .n . 2.00 13 cts 5 ct 29 eta a'er year Reduced Hates to Clubs. Rubcrib lth any of our numerous agents ot 9nt subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY. Indianapolis, Ind. Pron endln? th Journal through th- malts In th Untt-l tut houli put on an etrht-rat paper a ON'K-OBNT lostagp Mamr: on a twelve or ixten-iae papr a TWo-CENT poftare tamp. Foreign postage la usually doubl toes rates. All communications Intended for publication la thla ppr mu-t. In orUr to receive attention, tw? ccompanled ty th name and address of the writer. Hejecfed manuii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. 5 LOT 084 A line of high-class Union Underwear, gj J regular $1 grade; special for to-day. .. & We've a lot of fancy Hose, stripes mostly, and broken sizes of 50c and 75c grades, all sizes in the lot, but not of every Cr kind, up to 10 14', choice to-day äJJ All single Underwear garments at exactly half price When Clothing 66 PLACING As past season has demonstrated, and as present one seems likely to additionally confirm DOES NOT COMPLETE THE PURCHASE It is, more than ever before, desirable to have the order with some one on whom you can rely for delivery. Our stocks throughout every department were never previously so large, or contracts'for the future so well in hand, and in this season of short" and "delayed" deliveries, you will not obtain better satisfac tion in any market, whether for PRESENT or FUTURE shipment, than with MURPHY, HIßBEN & CO. Iixiportcr9 Jobbers, Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (EXCLUSIVELY WHOLE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 February 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. JOURNAL'S Dt"SI.ESS DIRECTORY. COAL-Coburn Ccal Co., East 22d street. Anth racite, coke, h.ard and gcft coai. Thon 2U-'. Ii Y KiK a BT.ILL & CO., fancy drfri anl claneri silk curtains, any color, cleaned and finished equal to new; also lad.-?' Iliht cloth Jacket a ep-eUl'j-. Z2 Masfachusett avenue and li3 North Illinois stret. FL-OIUfcTS KEItTEriMANK FLORAL COMPANY. . ?:w No. Ul Mn ava.. r N. Del, st. Tal. 4 LAUN'DRTEfU. UNION CO-OPF.RATIVE LAUNDRY. y.ork ci!f.j for. 1-S-lU Vlrg. tTt. Thon lZtt. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IX. PÜREELL (Mantels. Furnaces). 231 Mass. ivt. PATENT LAWYER ft V. II. LOCK WOOD. 413-41$ Lftncke building. bale and livery staples- HORCB WOOD (C.rrles. Trspe. Buck- boards, etc.) a Circle. Tel. 1C77. EJIOW CASES WILLIAM WIEG EL, lit Bouth Pennsylvania at. UNDERTAKERS FRANK CLAN CHARD, Palawan at. Tal. I1L Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS H. C. STEVENS. Nw Etil Wall Paper. Low price. 34 K. Senate tvi. TeL 2 ob XC...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 February 1900

V THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. S NASSAU STREET, XEW TÜRK. Fisk & Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities ninVET EDWARD FISK QXORGK n. RODINSON. Member Nsw Tork Btock Exc2cgt. SAFE DEPOSITS. S. A. I L11ChLK&.C0.'5 Safe Deposit Vnvtlt 31 East WnililuKtnn Street Absolut safety against fire and burslar. Po liceman day ami night on guard. Designed for af keeping of Money, Lon.i.i. Wills. iXed. Ab tracts. Sliver Plate, Jewels and variable Trunks. Packages, etc. Contains 2,100 boe. Lent 1 5 to 1 4L r)rar. J 01 15 8. TARKIGTO.........Mnnnger. WEAKNESS AND APATHY Ihstingiisiiim; featliies is the xew york stock. 3iarket. 2Vet Changes on the Day's Operations Were Small Local Trade .More Llrelr Under Detter Conditions, At New York yesterday money on call vras steady at 2'd per cent, last loan, 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4Q5 per cent. Sterling exchange was firm with actual business In bankers bills at UffAßXt for demand and I4....

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 February 1900

8 INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. L. S. AYRES & CO. Sole A cents for Standard Patterns. Men's Ties Ten Cents They arc not new, of course. But because the new spring ones have come, these must be gotten out of the way, In the lots are Tecks, Bows, Four-in-IIands and String Ties, that recently sold at 25c to 50c each. Choose at. 10c Kid Gloves at 75c These are from the overhead trim. Hardly soiled, yet not fresh enough to return to stock. Some $1.00 qualities, quite a lot of 51.50 ones. Hooks or snap fast eners, all sizes, a pair 75c Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. Carpet Considerations Like the Flowers That Bloom - In the Spring . uc ahead with an array of IOW Carpets as much be yond the ordinary as present times are ahead of past. The prosperity of Indianapolis re flected in the Greatest Carpet Room in the State. Come See Its Contents AT Albert Gall Carp eli, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 And 10 West Washington Street U&r4woo4 Floors laid, finlcb4 and r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 February 1900

JJNDÄ r OUR Part One H Pages 1 to 8 WEEKLY KSTAr.MSlinn DAILY ESTADL1S1UID 1SC0. J VOL. L-NO. 49. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1900-SIXTEEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Y NAL. ANOTHER TRIAL Bl'LLER MAKING A FOURTH AT TE31PT TO REACH LADYSMITH. Unconfirmed Report that He Has He occupied Vaalkrnnts and that tire Enemr Uaa Retreated. BLOW TO FREE STATE BOERS TRAIN OF SEVENTY-EIGHT WAGONS CAPTURED RV THE BRITISH. Belonged to Cronje'a Armr and Con tained Store of All Kind, Includ ing Explosives, Rifles and Shells. bubo: KEB ,S FORCED TO HALT, AND GO INTO LAAGER WHILE RE TREATING TO BLOE3IFONTEIX. Harassed on the Veldt by Gen. Kelly-Kenny's Brigade and Shelled When Ther Established Camp. BRITISH 1LENACED AT BE AAR ROBERTS'S ARMY REPORTED TO HAVE LOST A LARGE CONVOY. Kitchener, the Hero of the Sudan, Directing Operation In the Orautce Free State Gen. Gatacrc Attacked. t LONDON, Feb. 18, 3:50 a. m. The "War Office made the usual statement at mid night that It had no news, but at a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 February 1900

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. held In hlsh esteem by all he served under. It was greatly to his advantage that his lot was cast with one of the best cavalry regiments In the service, the Nineteenth Hussars, a splendidly trained regiment, perfect In demeanor and apiearance. It accompanied Lord "Wolseley In the Nile ex pedition in lM-5, and won his unstinted approval on all occasions, especially when employed in outpost duties and reconnols sances. "French was Its major and second In com mand, and he went with it on that momen tous expedition of Herbert Stewart's, which was thrown across the Bayuda desert as a last forlorn hope to rescue Gordon in Khar tum. At the tierce conflict of Abu Klea, when Stewart was struck down with Bur naby, French with his regiment was en gaged, and again they were at Metemneh when Redvers BuIIer's opportune arrival was so happily instrumental in the extri cation of tne force. "A strong bond of union appears to have grown up betwee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. 3 NEW PLAYERS SIGNED 80?n3TIIIXa about g.iidm:h, skv- UOLI) AXD DIODV PLY.. President Wntklns Plcnied with the Local Uabnll Outlook-Work At the Park. The player signed by the Indianapolis club during the week are James A. Card rter, of the Fittsburg National League Cub; Ralph Scybold, of the Cincinnati club, and Dibby Flynn, of last year's team. Gardner Is a pitcher whom Connie Mack had engaged to pitch for the PltUJurg team, but only participated In the home games In 1SD6 and 1S37. In 1S0S he rltched for the home team under Manager "Wat . kins, and was the hero of a great number, of ver lose contests, it seeming to be his fortune to get Into the games where the fccores would not exceed one or two runs and extra-lnnlng games, the team a! y putting up a fine fielding game be hind Iiis wonderful pitching. In fifteen consecutive games that he pitched In 1SD3 there were ten of them In which five hits were made off him and five In whic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. BRITAIN'S ISOLATION how nosnnnxiY's jeremiad was received in i:glaxd. Lord Salisbury Sacrificing Politics to What II UffKnrtlm nn the Highest Clnn of Statesmanship. GREAT BRITAIN AND BTJSSIA LITTLE DOtllT THAT TI1H LATTER IS TRYING TO STEAL A 3IARCII. Secretly Scheming? to Get Possession of Afghanistan nnil Possibly Pcr- In Diplomatic Game. Copyright, 1W, by the Associated Press. LONDON. Feb. 17. A week that opened with the new of General Buller's retreat and the consequent gloomy forecasts re garding the entire phase of the war, but closes wiih the relief of KImberley and the general belief that the turning point of the campaign has ben reached, scarcely admits of any other topic. Quite naturally, the news from the front la Jubilantly told and retold until subsidiary matters of In terest, such as parliamentary proceedings, secure but passing notice. Of these the most notable was Lord Rosebery's vivid analysis of Great Britain's I...

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