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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1900. The hinem Department OFFERS ONLY the best and most reliable Linens from manufactur ers with whom we have had direct dealings through many years. Notwithstanding the rising market, we quote only the lowest com petitive prices. No better or more complete array of Damasks, Towels, Napkins, Crashes, Stamped Lin ens, Canvases, Glass Cloths, etc., May be had than with us. A shipment of fine Damasks and Napkins, now in Indianapolis Customs Office, will be put on sale to-day, together with seven new numbers of Huck Towels received this week. Samples sent if requested. MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. Importers Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (CXCLL'SI'ELY INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air I.l3. Pillow and Chair Cushions, Hospital Ulmes. Urinal, lied Pans. Fountain and llulb I5yrins:9. Hot AYater Bottles, Stomach Tube lnd Shower Baths. WM. II. ARMSTRONG & CO.. -SUIUIICAL I ' ST IS l' 31 ENT MAKERS 222 and 221 South Meridian St. criminality she Is ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1900. JOin.AL'S III'SIXCSS DIItECTOUY. COAL Oc burn Coal Co., Ea!t 22J t. An thracite, coke, hard and soft coal. Phone 2 3. DYEING BRILL & CO., fancy "dyers and cleaners; fllk curt Ina. aar color, cleaned and finished equal to new; al-o ' ladt' llaht iloth Jackets a ie clalty. 2' MojssAchutttL avtnu and läS North Illinois trft. FLORISTS P.ERTKRMAVN FLORAL COM FAN Y. New No. ZW Maw are.. '.Oi N. IM. t. Tel. MO. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVK LAUNDRY. Worte called for. - 1.H-14I Yirir. avc. Thon V. MANTELS AND GRATES P. L PUKSELL (Mantel, Furnac). 2S1 Ma.. av. PATENT LAWYERft- V. II. LOCK WOOD. 413-113 Lemclte building. BALE AND LIVERY STALLES HORACE WOOD (Carria-. Traps. Eu'k- hoar1. etc.) ZT, Orr!. TV1. 10j7. BROW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL. lit South Pennsylvania at. UNDERTAKERS FRANK ULANCHARD. M N. Delaware at. T 1 411. Lady Attendant. WALL- PAPERÄ- II. C. FT EVENS. New Styl Wall Papr. Low trices. iZ-t N. Senate ave. Tel. 2 on 22. FIXEKA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 February 1900

.THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1900. 3 RESERVES GOING DOWN LOAX EX1A.'SI05T TRENCHES ON DANKS SVRl'Ll'S CASH. rrofrmlonal XUrkft In Nerr Yorlr Un1.l T..1I a. count of Ilatl Wenther. At New York Saturday money on call was steady; actual transactions, 2 per riAai nffori f, of a, cent, closed ofTertd at 2fc per cent. Prime mercantile paper 4f?U per cent, j Sterling exchange was weak, with actual buslne In hmifor' hm at a STT,A sn fw Dusmess In inkers bills at J4.S7j4-S7U for demand and gt.S34.S4 for sixty, days; posted rates, S1.SI,.'&45 and J4.SS'34.SS; commercial bills, Jl.LSC. Silver certificates. SDfiGOc: bar silver, B0c; Mexican dollars. 47;c. fSar sliver at I London was steady at 27 7-lGd per ounce. Exports of gold and silver from New York io an countries ror the week ended Satur- I day were 51,032,973 In silver bars and coin, and 5271.713 in gold. Imports were 533.SC4 In silver and $32,118 in gold. The Is ports of dry goods and merchan dise for the week at t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 February 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1900. The Exhibition of Water Color Paintings will be continued Monday and Tuesday. While on this art floor, rtmembor the miniature iortrait artist. Usually a dozen cr more samples of his work are displayed Tine high quality of hl3 portraits Is quite as charming as the low prices are persua sive. $3.50 for Miniatures. $6 00 for Caintt Size. $10.00 for 8 by 10-inch size. We've also a lot of hand-colored photo frraphs of Swedish fclrls such as have been selected to reveal the peculiar beauty of this nationality at the Paris Exposition. Ropy, glowing maidenhood never had handsomer exponents. The photos sell at $1.50. Thousands of candles and hundreds of pretty candelabra candlesticks and shades are a present attraction. A humble ne cessity that long since ceased to be a ne cessity has been developed Into a thing of art. Moreover, our prices are one continual Furprlse of littleness. Colored Candles, 2c to 13c each. Candelabra and Candlest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 February 1900

INDIANAPOLIS JOUENA WEEKLT ESTAr.LI?Hr.D 1S23. 1 7nT T "VTI DAILY ESTABLISHED 1SCÖ. J vL. ÄJ ll V. OO. nTiTn-n q ( AT RAILWAY NHVS FTANPS. ON' KILJb O 10. ( 1 KAXNS AND SUNDAYS, 5 CKNTS. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1900. r OERS SCARED HURRYING TO DEFENSE OP THE ORANGE FREE STATU CAPITAL. May Soon Hare 30,000 Men to Realst the Advance of Lord Roberts and Ilia British Army. CBONJE STILL HOLDING OUT Iiis reason for refusing to sun- RENDER SOW APPARENT. Willing to Mnke a Startyr of Himself la Order to Give Ilia Country men Time to Mass Forces. ONLY 4,000 HEN IN HIS CAMP MOSTLY IX HOLES BURROWED IN THE IIA X KS OF THE RIVER. federal Thousand Roers Said to Be Wear Faard oberer Watching for a Chance to Rescue Cronje. BTILLER'S TASK DIFFICULT nAM)IERl!IG AWAY AT Til C STRONG EST POSITIONS OF THE BOERS. Lost Forty-Three Officers Killed and 1 Wounded Last Thursday and Friday White Bombarding the Enemy. LONDON. Feb. 27, 4:20 a. m. The Boers are assembling' an army near Bloemfon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBHUAHY 27, 1900. bury their dissensions. This drew state ments from Mr. McCall and Mr. Llttlefield, the two leaders of the Republican revolt. Both spoke In good temper, but abated not one Jot their Individual opposition to the measure. Mr. McCall said the modifications offered and the assurance from the President might remove the objections of those who had opposed the bill on the ground of ex pediency, but that his objections, golns deeper, to the constitutional question could not be assuaged by any such amendments. He should, he anounced, vote against the bill. Mr. Llttlefield's speech was along the name lines. He, too, he said, must op poses the bill. II. C. Smith, of Michigan, then offered an amendment to reduce the duty Imposed by the bill from 25 to 13 per cent. Mr. Powers, of Vermont, who was one of the objectors, and who was on the com mittee to meet the committee of friends of the bill, then announced his willingness to vote for the bill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1900. J New York Store Utabllhed 1S5.T. Sole Accnli Uutterlck Patterns. TO-DAY, at 10:30. Sale at Auction Of those beautiful Oriental Rugs Draperies and Pieces of BricaBrac You admired so much yesterday Rug Room, Third Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. 4 fr "CT 2' Vi 5 - 4 -H. Ä T -S .JI . T J A y -fro; ooeoopo roe ooooooooeeo f 1 ooooooooc la Sir Walter Raleigh In the days of good Queen Bess, was as proud of his neck ruff as are the gentle men who lay any claim to elegance and refinement, of the stylish neckwear that they always buy from our select stock. We pride ourselves on the good taste with which we cater to our patrons - In ties. shirts, gloves, collars, underwear, pajamas, etc, and by the Increase in our trade we know they appreciate it. . Paul H. Kraiiss, 44 E. Washington St. Shirt Maker. Shirting by the Yard. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure Tbl preparation 1 particularly adaptM to the treatment of acut COLDS. COUGHS. LA OKIPPE. BllO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 February 1900

-4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1900. rnTTT? T i TT V irTTTIXT 4 T TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1000. Telephone Calla. JDuslness Offlee 22S Editorial Rooms 8C terjis or subscription. DAILY BY MAIL. Paily only, on month Iallr onlr. thro months Pally nniy, one yar Is11t. Including Sunday, one year Euntlay only, on y?ar WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. TDailr. per we 5c. hy carrier Fun-iay. !n?I cofy Dally and Sunday, per week, tjr carrier.... WEEKLY. Ter year 2.00 S.OO 10.00 2.00 1.1 ct 20 eta .$1.00 Reduced Hates to Clubs. fubscrib with any of our numerous agents or nd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Intl. Tersons sending the Journal through th malls In the L'nlfM Srite should put on an urht-pa?e paper a ONE-CENT postage etamn; on a twelve or slxteen-pair paper a TWO-CENT potac tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper mut. in order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBKUAHY 27, 1900. 5 rouoer Cässimeres Worsteds The sort you used to pay five dollars for, and would now, but for the IBOHD $13,500 Jackson County, Ind 4s $105,000 Spencer County, Ind 3s $3,000 Union Traction Co , 5s Prices and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD Sc CO. 205 Stevenson Building. XI H II II II II II XI II II O MORTOX PLAC12 O 0 Beautiful, new, modern, strictly high-grade home house of 10 large XJ rooms beautifully arranged. fin- XZ ,-. lshed, decorated and chandeliered; fine plumbing; combination steel d furnace, brick-set; an ideal home s- $2.50) cash required; the balance long . time. Property value. $7,000. Jos. W. SelvajcAjt, 73-74 Lombard Bid. IS 13 Fhones 717. Z II H II II If II II II II II Pliyciloluii Outfits Emergency Satchels. Medicine Cases. In strument Sets, Operating Gowns and Cush ions. Physicians PocKet Knives, with Spatula, and all other suitable articles. WM, II. ARMSTRONO Si CO Surgical Instrument Makers--2f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 February 1900

(5 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1900. JOl'RXALVS HISINESS DIIIECTOKY. COAL-Ccburn Coal Co, East ZZi st. An jthraci:e, coke, hard and oft coal. Pfccne 2 US. DYEING- BRILL iCO.. f.in?7 dytrs an! cleaners; i!k curtains, any color, cleaned and f.nlhed eo.ua! to new; Uo Uilus' light cloth jacktts a sp cuity. 2. Massachusetts avenue and U North IIltna',5 street. FLORISTS KERTERIIAXN FLORAL COMPANY. No. 211 am ave.. 22 N. I1. at. Tel. 81. LAUNDRIES UNION' CO-OPETtATIVE LAUNDRY. T. orfc called tor. 13R-1H Virg. are. 'Phone ISO. ZIANTELS AND GRATES P. M. PURSELL (Mantels. Furnace). . Z-; Max. are. PATENT LAWYERS -V. IL LOCK WOOD. , 415-413 Lemcke building. SALE AND LIVERY STARLE.- IfOrtACE WOOD (Carrlarrs. Traps. Bu. boarla. etc.) 2 Circle. Tel. 1 v7. SHOW CASES-' ' WILLIAM WEIGHT 11a South Pennsylvania, at, UNDERTAKERS i'kank BLANCIIARD. ?J N. Pelauare st. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. wall papers IL C. STEVENS. Nevr Stj Wall Tarr. Low prices. Kt N. Senate ave. Tel. 2 on 2:S2. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1900. DEPOSIT YOURSAVINGS WITH THE INDIANA TRUST CO. Capital J!,CC0,K0 Liability of Stockholders . 51,000,000 Total Security fcr Deposits . S2,CC0,(XK) This company will pay you 3 per cent, interest, compounded semi annually, on deposits of $1 and up ward. NO FINES NO EXPENSE FUND NO WITHDRAWAL FEES You can withdraw the full amount of your deposit and interest "without any deductions whatever. OFFICES: INDIANA TRUST BUILDING, Cor. Washington St. asd Virginia Ave. S NASSAU STREET. JTETV YORK. Fisk &Robins6n BANKERS. Government Bonds and 'other Investment Securities harvey id ward rise 6Z0E0X H. ROBINSON. Member Ntw Tork Block rxebsar. WANTED-. Indiana Trust Co. Stock. Union Trout Co. Stock, licit K. R. and Ktorkjard Stock. Central Trost Co. btock. x orii2r 30 Shares Indiana Insurance Stock. KEW10N TODD, Broker, Ingalls Building. FEVERISH AND EXCITED JEW YORK STOCIC 31 A II K ET EXHIB ITED WIDELY VAUYIXG CHANGES. Xlnll roads I'p on G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 27 February 1900

8' THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1D00. $6.50 Now pajs for jour pick of all re maining "winter Cloth Coats The cheapest would earlier have cost you $15 mauy of them were $20 to $25. The sooner jou come the wider the choice. TO-DAY Is the last day of the Water Color Exhibit. Many of the choicest pictures to be seen at all must be seen now. L. S. AYRES & CO. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. DOING THINGS "You cannot make a whistle out of a pig's tall." says the old proverb, nor yet a silk purso out of a sow's ear." IN THE HOUSE Tou cannot fix a houso up properly with out good style In your WALL PAPERS CARPETS CURTAINS Nor yet without proper workmanship to do the job aright. The Right Way Tou cannot get these things for so little money or so eatlsfactorlly anywhere as at Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 West Washington Street. Hardwood Floors laid, finished and rsflntshed. g . NEW HOSIERY AND HANDKERCHIEFS The best values we have ever show...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 February 1900

JNMÄNÄFOLIS JOTONAL 7 A WEEKLY kstai:li?hed I VOX T NTO DAILY ESTAIJUSIIED lKtf. J JJ, J Ii V, INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. TTOTm? Q m?VrrC I AT RAILWAY NEWS FTANDS. ON 1 KILL O LhrS lO. TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. CENTS. SUME MH Unconditional Capitulation of the Boer Con mander to Gen. Lord Roberts. His Armyof About 4,000 Now Prisoners of War, and to Re Sent to Cane Town as Soon as Transoor- tation Can GREAT REJOICING Dispatches from Roberts Telling How He Cel brated the Anniversary of Majuba. Gallant Dash of British Troops that Placed Cronje at the Mercy of His Foes Buller's Men Fight ing Against Great Odds. LONDON, Feb. 28, 4:30 a. m. From John o' Groat's to Land's End there was cheering" yesterday for the Queen and a universal singing of the national anthem and there was cause for joy. Lord Roberts yesterday notified the War Office that General Cronje and his little army had unconditionally surren dered, having" become convinced that further resistance would be su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. trade, which the President recommended to j Congress in his message. It was said that In making that recommendation the Presi dent had taken Into account all of the fac tors which entered Into It. Its preat need of schools, the provisions which must be mads for the suppression of epidemic disease?, the necessity for the construction of roada and bridges and the other neces sary Improvements which the situation In the Iland Imperatively demands. He also took Into account. It Is paid, the fact that business on the Island Is In a deplorable situation and that fhe people are well nigh help!es3 to meet the ordinary demands of government. In this situation It was the President's view that the United States from Its abundance should extend a help ing hand, and he had in preparation at one time a message to Congress asking for an appropriation of $3,000.000 to be expended for the public schools of the island. Another phase of the subje...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. 3 New York Store Established isr3. Sole Acfiit Uutterlck Patterns. 10:30 SECOND DAY 2:30 Sale at Auction or- Oriental Rugs Hangings and BricaBrac Rus, Carpets, Hangings, Vases, Arms, Bronzes, etc, all to the highest bidder. Rug Room. Third Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. TI2L,L THIS TRUTH" NEW OLIVES Joit received. a shipment of new Oliven. In bulk 4 in clans. Theeare fine, and we can recom mend them. Notwithstanding recent atiff ad vance, will eil at low prices. MOXAKCIX GKOCERY 112 E&ftt WahinKtn street. Telephone 1153. Sixteenth and Illinois Ht. Tel- 1. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus iness enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J JÜR0TT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St Second largest Shoe Store In the World. T-l Iii AMUSEMENTS. The Kaiser's Plar Hissed. BERLIN", , Feb. 27. The first presenta tion to-night of "Der Eisenzahn" ("The Iron Tooth") at the Royal Theater, was a notable event, socially and artistically. All the tickets had b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 February 1900

V THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, 1900. Telephone CM1. Busings OJÜce 2Z Editorial Rooms S$ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BY MAIL. Pally only, on month $1.71 Dally only, thre months.. 2.00 Ially only, one yrar S.00 Itellv. Including tfunlay, one year . I)."! Sunday only, oh ynr 2.00 WJICN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Pailv. per wek. by carrier IS eta Fun-lay. slnel copy 5 cts Dally and Sunday, rr wk. by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Ter year $1.03 Iledaeed Rate to C'lnh. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or tend subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolt, Ind. Persons erdln the Journal through the malls in the United State nhould put on an elrht-pajfe rarr a, ONE-CENT pontage Mamp: on a twelve or alxten-pace panr a TWO-CENT poMaR tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double theae rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper raut, in order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. a MURPHY, HIBBEN Our NOTION DEPARTA1ENT solicits your favorable in spection of recent importations in Laces, All0ver Nets, Fringes, Very complete assortment of staple Millinery "find ings,M Seam Bindings, Bias Velveteen, etc. ovnoLKS. m: Useful Artic.- fur Invalids. Reclining and Hoi Cnalrs for parlor ind street. Carrying Cu.'. AVheeled Couche. Ffl Mertlizrs and Deeicmtors, Feedinc and bpU Cups, Electric Belts, IriBoles and batteries. W3I. II. ARMSTRONG CO i-r South Meridian Btrcct, Indianapolis, Ind. asmuch as It has secured all that was aimed at In effecting the Immediate re lease of the seized ship. Although Mr. Choate has taken a rather advanced posi tion as to the exemption, not only from seizure, but even from detention, of Amer ican goods on British steamships, the State Department has so far not committed Itself, being loath to unnecessarily estab lish a precedent that might prove danger ous In the future. Therefore the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 February 1900

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900 jouiNAis m sim:ss directory. COAL CcLurn Coal Co., Et 2C.1 t. An thraclf. cokg. harl anl oft coal. Phong 2 US. DYEING CHILL. & CO.. fancy dyers and cleaner: silk curtain, any olor. rlanol an l finished equal to new; alo ladw-M lirht cloth Jacket a ie rUIty. U Mas.achus Ua avtrju and IX North Ilhnols utrert. FLORISTS EERTEEMANN' FLO UAL COMPANY. New No. 241 Ma vp., :m V. I-1. t. Tel. H'". LAUNDRIES I'NION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. Vork called for. ra-U4 Vlrg. v. Thon KM. 1IANTEL3 AND CJ ft AT EH P. M. rURSELL. (Mantel, FurnicfO, il Ma. ave. PATENT LAWYERS V. II. LOCK WOOD. 41X13 Ijcmrke building. . BALE AND LIVERY STAHLES HORACE WOOD (CarrUe. Trap. Duck r board., etc.) Circle. TeL 107. B1IOW CASE. WILLIAM WE IG EL, . IH Fouth Pennyylvacla st UNDERTAKERS FRANK RLANCHARD. 'fi N. Delaware n. T1 411. Lady Attendant. "Wall papers JL C. HTEVENH. New Ftyl Wall Taper. Low prices. Si.) N. Senate ave. Tel. 2 on KUMKIIAL IIIIti;CTOIl3. FL...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. INTEREST ON TRUST FUNDS ON SAVINGS FUNDS ON FUNDS OTHERWISE IDLE PAID BY OUR ' SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. THE MARION TRUST CO. N. E. Corner Monument Place and Market Street. Open daily, 9 to 4, and Saturday evening. A Guaranteed 6 Investment Non-Assessable and Non-Taxable Preferred Slock in the NEW BATES HOUSE The mowt Important and desirable local enter prise since the Reit IUI I road. Three hundred and fifty thousand dollars pre ferred stock offered to individual Investors, with per cent, net dividends guaranteed. One-half this stock already subscribed by local capitalists In blocks of s'm and $K.txA Remainder to b Xlaced In smalfer blocks throughout th city and State to Identify a larger number with this majniflcent hotel, which will be continued under the old management. Subscription book now open at the office of THE CENTRAL TRUST COMRANI, Indian apolis. ERRATIC AND UNSETTLED STOCK MARKET FEVKRISH tXDER ATTACKS OX INDUSTRIALS. ' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 28 February 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. Percales Have you the patience to look through an assortment of over two hundred styles? It's your privilege, if you choose, here. And yet every design of the two hundred was carefully selected for points of beauty in color and pattern. It's a handsome show. Standard weight, fine texture, Fercales, white grounds, with blue, pink, black or heliotrope figures and stripes, black, navy, cadet or red grounds, printed in white or piece-dyed dark shading?: All TG inches wide. All 12c a yard. L. S. AYRES & CO. Aliiiufactarer of Grilles and Fret Work. V r h- M w f ve nave ine lvcsl frj 'y- CARPETS Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 Weit Waiblnrton Street. XI tr d wood Floors laid, flnlihtd and rflnihed. Some rare specimens of the etcher's art always to be seen in our cases. Etchings are not so generally popular as they have been, but the best work Is etlll being: produced and will always re main In favor. THE II...

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