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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

c mrl "TT n n n sa n vr -v " a tt-"V tt T7 v r sr A Tr f ? ' H N N Ä J KNA i. PagesHoS Part One PRICE FIVE CENTS. TVEF.TCLY ESTAnr.TSIIED lSCJ. UA1L.Y i;i:TAL;Lisiii;i isio. jVOL. L-NO. 56. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1900-SIXTEEN PAGES. 4 -" " " sr v U.; 1 1 -f A U ,11, KJt Kr V -IX- W-iL. N .--n n r-io BOER REPORTS all r.vvon.n le to tiic armies op tug TWO REPUBLICS. Dispatches from Cape Colony and n Inl Statins that the British IIhtc Been Repnlsed. BUMOR BY WAY OF BERLIN THAT SAYS CRONJE HAS DROKCX THROUGH ROBERTS'S LINKS. Commandant Delarey Reported to Have Inflicted Severe Loss on the British at Arundel. BUHORS NOT , CONFIRMED LO.NDO.X WAR OFFICE DOUBTS THE STORY OP CRONJE'S ESCAPE. Eelleve It Will Re Impossible for the Doer Commander to Evndc .. the Army of Lord Roberts. BUIXER ADVANCING SLOWLY XmiYIXG THE EXE MY FROM THE KOPJES ACROSS TUE TU GEL A. Roers However, Say He Has Deen Repulsed vfith Heavy Loss Soinc of Ills Casualties. LONDON, Feb. 21 Boers and their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1900. McCall spoke ca lmly and showed a deposition to accept ax:y of the compromises suggested. Mr. LlttVefleld was more vehement, declaring that he had not surrendered his views against thi measure as a whole, although he felt disposed to tuin the subject over to the PreskWiit as had 1 en proposed. 3Ir. Llttlefield ah sussest-Jd that free trade he given to Porto Rico, with a distinct declaration thrit this should not operate as a precedent applicable to other Insular possessions. Thl was met with a counter proposition from Mr. Throop. of Pennsylvania, that the per cnt. rute as provided by the original till be retained, with a declaration that this should not operate as a precedent. Neither proposition was favorably entertained and they were not .pressed. Up to midnight none of the propositions had been voted on and. members began leaving the hall. The feeling prevailed, however, that the two-year limitation would be agreed on as a ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1900. THE SIEGE FROM WITHIN' vivid m:scmiTiox or i:xperlUXCKS AT LADYSMITH. According to a Letter "Written In oTfmber by the Late 3Ir. Steeven CiUtrnce There Was MnddenluR. London Mail of Feb. 1 I was coins to give you another dose of the dull diary. But I haven't tha heart. It would weary you, and I cannot fay how horribly it would weary me. I am sick of iL Everybody Is sick of it. They said the force which would open the line and set us going against the enemy would tesrin to land at Durban on the llth and get Into touch with us by the ICth. Now it is the CSih; the force, they tell us. has landed and Is somewhere on tho line between Marltzbiirjj and Estcourt, tyit of advance not a sign. ' Buller. they tell us one day. Is at Bloemfontein; next day he is coming round to Durban; the next he is U prisoner In Pretoria. t The only thing certain Is that, .whatever Is happening, we are out of it. We know nothing of the outside, and of the ins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

n THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1900. DEB ATE IS INCIDENTS OF ;JHE WEEK IX THD nniTisu parliament. Chamberlaln'R Bitter Reply to Re. nevral of Changes that iff Vn Implicated in Jameson's, Rnld. . LORD BOSEBEE-Y'S SATIEE DIRECTED AT THE (JOVEXMEXT PEEKS IX THE LITER HOl'SC. IrUh Olmtrnctlon Harren of Rest'lts Condition of the avy a Fruit-. fal Topic in London ' rCoDvrlirht. 1D"0. by the Associated rress.) LONDON. Feb. 21. Apart from uiev dramatic change that came over the sit- I nation in South Africa the event of the fi week was undoubtedly Joseph ChamberIain's vigorous, almost vicious eelf-defense in the House of Commons. Tho colonial secretary met the accusations and demands with one of those terrible fighting speeches for which he Is noted. With venomous retort and scorn he once more denied complicity In the Jameson raid, denied the socalled revelations of the Independence Beige, and with deft phrases presented the opposition's agitation as a personal attack on h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1800. 5 UA min OF Boys' Star This week SO cloven txll ltiracls are offered at 19c, 8O0, GOo and C5o. All tlx o others have been sold at prices rang: ing from GOo to I$1.C0. JSotitlx Room. WHEN CLOTHING STORE $13,500 Jackson County, Ind.r. 4s $105,000 Spsnccr County, Ind 3s $3,000 Union Traction Co. 5s Prices and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. A BLIZZARD IS HERE BIT CHIEF WAPPEXIIAS SAYS IT WILL SOT LAST LONG. A Cold Day and a Strome Wind Make Things Uncomfortable Weather Conditions Elsewhere. Cheer up, It will be warmer to-,day. At least Weather Observer Wappenhans said co last night, and If his prediction comes true his reputation as a weather prophet Is assujed. It Is probable that the present cold wave has been more keenly felt by the citizens of Indianapolis than on many occasions when the temperature was fifteen degrees lower than at present, and all on account of tho terrible...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1900. . V-. J01RNAL IH SIRSS DlttKCTORY. IV COALCOAL Ccburn Coal Co.. Fast 2C1 t. Anthracite, coke, hard and sort coal. Fhone 2413. DYEING 23RILL & CO.. fancy Ayera and c!--anrt: silk curtains, any di"r, cleaned and finished equal to new; also lariif?T lltrht cloth jacket acsprctl:. 22"i Massachusetts avenue and 1CÖ North Illinois street. .. . . - . FLORISTSHEUTEIiMANN FLORAL COMPANY. New No. 211 Ma ave.. N. Dd. et. Tel. 10. LAUNDRIES ITSIOS CO-OPHRATIVK LAUNDRY. Work called for. lZS-Ui Virg. ave. Thon Ktt. 2XAXTELS AND GRATES P. IL 'PURSELL (Mantels. Furrae). 21 Mass. aVe. PATENT LWUKRSV. IL LOCK WOOD, 413-415 Lerr.cke building. BALE AND LIVERY STAHLEd HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap". Euckboardi, ftc.) 20 Circle. Tel. V)V7. fciiow case: WILLIAM WEIGEL. 116 South Pennsylvania si. UDEKTAKEUS FRANK ULANCIIARD, 5'j N. Delaware at. Tel 411. La3y Attendant. WALL PAPERS J IL C. STEVENS. New Style Wall Paper. Low prices. ICO N. Sen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1C0O. PUT YOUR tiOIIEY WHERE IT YILL BE SECURE, Vbere 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 TIA1E WITHOUT COST No Regular Amonnt Required. Upen anauuuui iu-uy. luuwm De sur-I prised how rapidly the interest accumulates. INDIANA TRUST CO. Security for Deposits, $2,000,0C0. OFFICES In Company's Building, INTEREST ON TRUST FUNDS OX SAVINGS FUNDS ON FUNDS OTHERWISE IDLE FAID BY OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. THE MARION TRUST CO. N. E. Corner Monument Place and ' Market Street. Open daily, 9 to 4, and Saturday evenincr. A Guaranteed 6 Investment Non-Assessab!s and Non-Taxable Preferred Slock in the NEW BATES HOUSE The most Important and desirable local enterprise since the Beit Kallroad. Thre hundred and fifty thousand dollars preferred tock offered to individual investors, with 6 :t cent, net dividends guaranteed. One-half this stock already subscribed by local c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

iL G Eu?.' . niBIAWAI-öLIO- JQUItlULr SUNDAY, : DlluAI ( N ' - ' ! Framing Pictures We are equipped to turn out the new Ideas In frames at the emallest possible cost. You've positive assurance- of 'Itlghtness in any framing intrusted to us. THE H. LIEDER COMPANY, 24 Went Wahlnj;ton Street. lanufaclurcr of Grilles acd Fret Work. Odd Laieof Curtains MONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE sweeps then all of the very best patterns' and styles of Saxony, Nottingham, Brussels, Tambour, Rococo, Embroidered Swiss, Ruffled Swiss, Irish Point, Cluny, etc. Curtains that were Curtains that were 'urtains that were ?urtans that were Curtains that re Curtains that wre Curtain that wr Curtains that vrt-re Curtaln3 that were B our a ho v windows J2.5- MonJay. J1.C7 Z.fri, MönJay, 2.00 X2. Monday, 2.17 .(, Monday. 2.e7 S.uO. Monday. 3.33 Monday, 4.0) 9.0. Mon!ay, l'J.i, Monday, 6.7 L'.Oo, Monday, 2.0) on Monday. Albert Gall Carpels, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 Went Wnshluffton Street. Hard woe J Floors 113. Cn!h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

) t ' - Part Two NBA! JO IUJRNA H Pages 9 to 16 iL 'A A rillCE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1900. FRICE FIVE CENTS. 0; o; 0: 0: : o; 0: 0 ol o; 0: ox 0: O; o: oX oj 0: 0: o: ox 0: o" S ox c: o5 c; o ox ox 0: 0$ 0: ox oX o o; ox ol o x ox ox o ox 01 oooo c ' 2 o oo 050 jJO o o o o o TT QJJ Ms But wonderful how it dovetails into the fashion literature of the day. A little style is good for the best of us and a bit of economy doesn't hurt the wealthiest. The Ayres store has long kept one aim one idealin view, namely, to be first on the market with fashion's fairest fancies and to price them in a way to compel your confidence. Panne Velvet Who can describe its richness, 0 its luster, its elecance? Who can z.s resist its beauty? Panne is to qX fabrics what gold is to precious 05 metals, and what the diamond is among: gems. France submitted Oj it to the w;orld; fashion honored it 05 with unmistakable approval and X womankind has accepted it with 05 real delight. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

10 THE ETDIATTA?OLI3 JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBHTJAHY 25, ICC3. 1 ty pillars marble In the bUer houses, tapia (mud and lime) In the poorer. In the- fumnier the court Is covered by an uwr.ins (toldo). and then becomes the drawing room of the Inmates, where they sit , all day longr. dine and receive their guests in coolness and comfort. Here tertullas are given the pleasant. Informal receptions which are about the only evening parties ever given In Seville. These patios shoiw very clearly the Individual tastes of their owners. Each has a central fountain, or a very old, mo?9-grown well, with olives, banana, pomegranate and other trees growing around It; some are brilliant with f ower3, others enriched with statuary and othc-rs have ancient cypress trees cut into fantastic forms of temples and pagodas. ITie "zaguan, or short hall, which leads from the street to the patio. Is the place where the young ladles of the family receive their calls the ladles on the Inside of the high, carefully-loc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUUNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1C0O. 11 . . ' i . - ' ' ' " ' ' , . ! -a TheCity'sOClAt LIFE 1 3 Events, Gay e ties and Personal Activities ofN the Week The rudeness of many young men at social gatherings, and their disregard of the cot:rtc?y due their hostesses, is often a subject of remark. The following incident tearing on the matter I3 related by the New York Evening Sun: There's a girl here I want you to meet," a hostess to a man at her ball the other evening. "Let me take you to her r.ow and present you." "Oh er after this next dance." said the man. "I'm engaged for it. but as soon as It's over I'll be aro'jnd." The next dance passed, but the man failed to turn up. Later in the evenir.s the hostess by accident met him again. "Oh. I want you to meet a girl," she said. Come with me now and be presented." "After this next dance." said the man. "I'll come then, I promise you." "No, you won't either." said the hostess, turning on him suddenly, "you'll put on your co...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOTJIUi AL SUNDAY, 2EBHUAPAr 25, IZZd. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1000. Telephone CalU. Eimlnwa Office...... 5" Edltorla.1 Rooms 8 TERMS OP SUDSCRIITIOX. DAILY BY MAIL. rally only, rne month $.71 Dllv only. thrtM months 2. Daily only, on year 8.00 Dailv. lnclu5in? Sunday, one year l".no BunJay onlr. on year 2.00 VVHHX FURNISHED ET AGENTS. Pally. per vek. by carrier IS cts Fun-iAy, slrcle copy 5 cts Dally and tuiiday, per week, by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Ter year ILM Iledarrd Rntes to Clnhs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or sn-i subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Inrilnnnpoll, Ind. Persons sen-llnr the Journal through th malls In the L'nlfM Ftate should put on an elht-rre paper a ONE-CENT postage mmn: on a twelve er sixteen-pasre rapr a TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign postage is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication tn this papr must. In order to receive attention, be ftcwnpanled by the name a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1S0O. 13 fl COMMUNISTIC COLONY iciii:asixo rno?pnniTY op settli:mi:t at am ax a, iowa. Xtulllliel Many Ycnr Aro, Thin Community Heinnln One of the Few Oat of Many to Succeed. C?w York Evening Tost. ( The days of Economy are numbered, but th- Society of the Inspirationlsts at Amana, I., appears still to have before It many j-ars cf prosperity and growing membership. The Amana community owns some lO.') acres of rich bottom lands along the low?, river, a short hour's ride by rail from Cedar Kapids, and its picturesque villages there are seven of them crown the low i!opes two or three miles distant from enrh other. These groups of houses are of wool and unpalnted, and their gray-black wall?, with their drapery of vine?, set Sown In quaint geometrical gardens, have a charm as distinctive and restful as it Is 2i;I. ult to describe. Ilach village of the Inspirationlsts suggests a bit of the fatherland transplanted In bulk to the middle West, a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

Ii s THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBItUARY 25, 1CÖ0. Bei " -1-'-rJWLn '" IJ' - ,J -"L--n---"u-L-L-j---j-n.-.a-.-.-.- -i. j --i----r.--- inj-ij-r.i-i-n-r - r '"-"-r r n-' -"'-n--n IJ '-' -n-'- i-rnn- J 5 TT-n-t ' ' " " -m 4 ENGLISH'S ) -n-n-rt PARK : William Gillottcs new farce, "Because She Iovod ilim So." will bo the first offrrins of the current week at English's Opera. Hou5? and will bo presented twice, to-rrorrow and Tuesday nights. The piece Is a farce of sentimental proclivities and It3 possession of .popular elements Is demonstrated by the Ions and successful run vhlch It enjoyed at the Madison-square Theater. New York, last seascn. Charles Frohman d-eclaxes It to be the funniest and most successful farce he has ever handled. It ha3 all the brightness and cleverness that might be expected In n. vork of Mr. Gillette's. Notwithstanding its necesarily exaggerated situations, there Is a refined tone in the whole thing and a delicate quality of humor that has caused It to be...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1900. 15 Legends OF T .Fallot Man r5 We read in Holy Writ that Adam and Eve ate of the forbidden fruit, and for their disobedience, were cast out of paradise, and condemned to eat their bread in the sweat of their face?. And as a circumstance bearing out the truth of the Biblical story, ire know that man has been eating his bread In the sweat of his face, or some other fellow's face, ever since. There have been many diverse opinion? as to what sort of trre it was, the fruit of which our Illustrious ancestors were forbidden" to eat. Modern speculation has not solved the problem, and, so far as we know, theology has not formulated any particular dogma, belief In which Is absolutely essential to salvation. This point, should not be overlooked, lest we incur the wrath Lo come by reason of our Ignor ance. The Habblnlcal writers differ widely concerning the fruit, the eating of which resulted In the total loss of our patrimonial estate. Some ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 February 1900

in IHE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1900. INDIA'S GREAT FAMINE nVCXTY MILLION ACRES OP IllltlG.ITUU LANDS NOT CNOLiill. Xhoasnnds of ntive Will Starve for Lark of AVnter Korr "War n Disadvantage. Epecial to the Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON. Feb. 21. India Is again confronted vcith the misery of a prtat famine, anl England, even with a disastrous war In South Africa upon her hands, will have to stretch forth a strong arm to help the suffering millions of her far Eastern peninsula. Over 50.000,000 souls are now reported to be affected by tho famine, and with the famine area rapidly expanding. A London dispatch states that the sum of $S.7CO,000 will bo expended on "relief works," and that already over 2,000.000 pereoas are receiving relief. "Water, or rather Its lack. Is the cau?e of the affliction. This year both the monsoons and tho winter rains failed and left the earth parched and dry "for months. Yet the English by their public works In India and their great Irri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 February 1900

INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL WEEK LT ESTABLISHED VHT T VH 7 DAILT ESTABLISHED IKO. J KJlj. J XSIJ. U(. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2ß, 1900. -rTmm o m?VTC j at railw at newr ftanps. on 1LJJU O WiJllXO. J TRAINS AND SUNDAY". I CEXT8. 7 CRONJE ST Surrounded by Lord Roberts's Army, with No Chance of Cutting His Way. Out Alive. Willing to Surrender in Order to Save Slaughter, It Is Said, but Prevented by the. Hot-Headed Boers of the Transvaal Contingent. MANY PRISONERS General Buller's Army Reported to Be Within Two Miles of Outposts of Ladysmitli. Strongest Positions of the Boers Yet to Be Taken Kruger Urged, by Botha and Steyn to Sue for t Peace Two of Gatacre's Officers Killed. LONDON, Feb. 25, 3:55 p. m. The War Office publishes the followingdispatch from Lord Roberts: "Paardebergf, Feb. 24, 12:20 p. m. Parties of Boers, recently arrived from Natal, attacked our outposts in force again yesterday. They lost a good many killed and wounded and nearly 100 prisoners, including a comma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1900. from Matanzas. Clenfuegos and Havana with twenty-seven cabin parsensers and Icrty-six discharged soldiers. The Sedgwick al?o brought a quantity of baggage, fifty-four soldiers' bodies and iZZQ,m in specie. ROLLING HILLS BURNED. Fire nun n Killed and 100,00 Worth of Property Destroyed. DETROIT. Feb. 25. Fire to-night in the plant of the Detroit Steel and Spring Company' works destroyed both the company's rolling mills and caused a loss of a fireman's life, besides indirectly resulting in Injuries to a physician and ambulance driver. The property loss i3 about $100,000, fully insured. Tho blaze started from an unknown cause In the rolling mills engine rootn. The doubl rolling mills buildings. 4COxl3Q feet la elze, were destroyed. Fireman Timothy Keohane was standing In Hubbard avenue when an eighty-foot Iron stack fell across the street, striking and killing: him Instantly. A hospital ambulance running to the scene collided with a s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOXJENAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1900. New York Store Established Sol Agent Dutterlck rattern. Exhibition of Oriental Rugs Draperies and BricaBrac A most unique collection of master works from the Orient that ihould appeal to every lover of the Oriental art, and Is without doubt the finest collection wo have ever had the pleasure cf shoeing you. Rug Room Third Foor. "TELL THE TRUTH" Warming Drinks for Cold Weather. fry car froth-roasted llrfTmin Ifoune Coffee finest Viich and Java blend sold In Indianapolis . 35c a Pound. E7"We sell $1 grade of teas at 70c a pound Monarch Grocery 112 E. Washington St. Telephone 1453 I6tb and Illinois Sts., Tel. 1469. OjUR Large Stock and Large Bus. ' iness enables us to undersell all others. . GEO. J. XIAROTT, 22 to 28 East WasSt Second largest Shoe Store in the World. AMUSEMENTS. Julia. Arthur announces that after the current season she will assume her husband's name In public as well as privately and be known as Mrs. Cheney, of Bost...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1000. Telephone Cnlls. Busings OSloe 2C3 I Editorial Rooms TERMS OP SIBSCIUPTIOX. DAILY DT MAIL. Pally only, one month $1.71 Illy only, thr month 2. Ial!y only, on year Pallr. Including Sunday, one year JIM Sunday only, one year 2.00 WHEN' FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Pallr, per week, by carrier 1" cts FunJay. irKl copy S ct. Dally and Sunday, jr week, by carrier.... 20 eta TEEXLY. Per year... Jl.M Reduced Rate to Club. FubsTibe with an7 of our numerous agents or nd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons endin the Journal throush the malls In the United states should put on an lj?ht-pa9 paper a ON'E-CEXT postage amn: on a twelve or !xten-pe paper a TWO-CENT notae tamp. Foreign postage la usually double these rates. AM communications Intended for publication in tni paper must, in order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of the writer. Reject...

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