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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1900. Hit. ROOT IS PLEASED States government to carry out the prom ise of the Joint resolution. Cl'n.VS PARIS FAIR EXHIBIT. SO AGREEMENT YET Made from Grape Cream of Tar tar. Most healthful and effi cient of all leavening agents. being expended In China and Japan for the purchase of clothing and supplies, which should properly be spent in this country. A denial of these statements was made public at the War Department to-day. It was stated that the vast quantities of ruppllcs of all kinds required for the army serving In th Philippines are purchased In this country with a few necessary ex ceptions, and that American manufactur ers and producers are reaping the benefit ot these expenditures. AIDED STATE OFFICIALS MILITARY DID NOT ACT ALOXE IS THE COBUR D'ALEXE DISTRICT. United States Troops Merely Assist ed Idaho Authorities In Arresting IltotersW. II. Forney's Evidence. "WASHINGTON", March 15. In the Coeur d'Alene Investigation before the ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 March 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, . FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1900. JOl'H.VAL'S RtSIXESS DIRECTORY. COALCcburn Coal Co.. - East 721 rt. An thraclte. coke, hard and oft coal. Phone 2H5. DTEIXG HRILL Sc CO., fancy dyer and rlanrs; l!k curtains, any color, cleaned and r.nih?d equal to new; a!so ladit-s' liht cloth Jacket a spe cialty. 2-S Mas sarhuU4 avenue and 1 North Illinois atrt. FLORISTS BERTER1IANN FLORAL COMPANY. New No. 2! Mam ave.. 22Z S. Il. . Tel. H LAUNDRIES VN'IOX CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. XVora called for. m-lU Vlry. ave. 'Phon HO. MANTELS AND GRATES P. iL PURS ELL (Mantels. Furnaces). Til Mas, ave. PATENT LAWYERS V. IL L0CKW0OD. 41S-413 Lemrfc bulldinr. BALE AND LIVERY STAHLES HORACE WOOD (Carriage. Trar. Burk- boar Ja. tc.) : Circle. Tel. l'7. EHOW CASES WILLIAM WEIOEL, . 11 South Pennsylvania et. UNDERTAKERS FRANK II LA NC ! I A HD, V N. Iawar st. Tel 411. Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS- H. C. STEVENS, New Styl Wall Paper, Low prtrea. WJ N. Senate ave. TeL Z on 2002. FIXERAL DIRECTORS. FLA...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH Iß, 1900. '"3 "5 A Net 6 Investment Xon-TtixcilJlo Preferred Stock in the NEW BATES HOUSE SUCCESS ASSURED 7w&-thirds of the stock already taken by conservative home investors. Send for copy or PRINTED PROSPECTUS, Eivlns full particulars, with ll3t of sub scribers to date. The Central Trust Company IXDIAXAPOLIS, 1X1). SAFC DEPOSITS. . A. ILL1CHER& CO.'S Safe Deposit VoLtalt 3U Entt Waalilncton Street Absolute eafety against fire and burglar. Po liceman day and nlj?ht on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money. Bonds. Wills, Dteds. Ab tracts. Stirer I'late. Jewels and valuable Trunks. Packages, etc. Contains 2.100 boxes. Kent 85 tu 945 per year. JOI1X 8. TAHKl.GTU3TM..MM.3IanaKer. MONEY CONDITIONS POOR JTXIEY RETARD PRICES AND BUSI NESS IN WALL STRUCT. Sharp Break In the List trlth a Fiv Stronjc Spot Local Trade I lu Satisfactory Shape. At New York ye.3terday money on call as "firm at 45 per cent.; last loan, 4 per cent. Prime mercanti...

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

3 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH -16, 1900. L S. AYRES & CO. Sole Agent for S(nni!nrd rattern. Lounging Robes AND Dressing Sacques Are a prominent and interesting feature of the present exhibition of the Arnold reform garments. Sacques ..$1.00, $1.25 and upward Robes $3.00, $3.75 and upward The Specialties For Babe and Mother Are so well known that little of suggestion is neccssarv further than to state that Madam Demorest continues with us, and that every Arnold parment made is in stock. Mioafictorer of Grilles and Fret Work. Ö Daffodils I That come before the swallow I dares, and take the winds of March 4? with beauty. Our Drapery Like Daffodils They Take the Winds of March They Take Every Thing Else For Variety, Beauty and Economy OUR Displayed in all its C1IPTAIN spnng fullness and fine- crHPMF? ness, ready for your exam- mation. Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 Vet Washington Street. Hardwood Floors 114. finished an3 raflnUhed. Diamonds in Prof...

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

INDIANAPOLIS JOUENAI 7 WEEKLY ESTAT;I,IS!!Cr 1523. I V fT T V ''''. DAILY KSTAliLISlltID IVA. f VLi. la llx 7WA -rT Tnr o ni? Vrrc S at railwat news ftantv. os 1 KlÜ-h O LJbiN lO. TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. 5 CENTS, INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1900. w m 7 CURBREQUIRED MANY C OVtlHNATIO.VS ARE oveh- stepfing lawful nor us. Representative Overstrect Sees Dan gfr In the Tendency of Traut to Destroy Competition. FAVOBS FEDERAL CONTROL THINKS A CONSTITUTIONAL AJIEXD 3IENT IS NECESSARY. State rovrerles to Give Troper Re lief Unless the Restrictive Statutes of All Are t'niforra. - SHOULD BE NO PREJUDICE BOTH CORPORATIONS AMI L ADO II HAVE THEIR RIGHTS. Situation. Howrvtr, Is Snttlclentlr Grave to Justify the Dent Effort to Honestly Solve the Problem. SPECIAL COMMITTEE NAMED WHICH WILL CONSIDER THE QUES TION AND FRAME A 3IEASURE. Mr. Overstrect a Member, and He Will Endeavor to Deal Fairly vrlth All the Interests Involred. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON, March .-Repr...

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

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. time the may hope fcr Fome foreign In tervention or complication. Great Rrltain must, therefore, push the war with the utmost vigor ami must not spare any ef for to keep the navy and the home defense forces l.i the utmost efficiency, ready for any emergency." General Hector MacDonald's wound hn3 n"ur!y healed. He accompanied t.iO brigade to Bloernfontein. Iord Roberts' comments upen the earlier operations of the war In the London Ga zette and his absolute si'.en c respectirg Lord Methuen' dlspawh are regtirdtM s very significant. The Times observes that this silence Is perhaps more h!g?ilflrant than words, especially when connected with the fact that Lord Mttv.ien no Iontr takf any promlacnt pirt m tne cam paign. II LO K I I'CI X TK I X I C 1 1) K TS. Wonndrd Iloern Made Happy Roberta to Leu! III Army Into Pretoria. LONDON'. March 16. General Roberts reports that he found seven Dritish of ficers and forty-three men wounded In the...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. 3 New Yo r k St o re i:tnlIUlied 1S&3. Sole Agrnt Ilntterfck 1'ntterns. Points of Interest For the Day Shamrock stickpin? 1C 2,500 yards fhort lengths standard quali ty Seersucker Ginghams in blue, pink and ted ground?, with checks and stripes, a yard ...Sc Children' fast black, full seamless cot ton Hoe. . line ribbed, with double knee, heel and toes, regular two for 25c kind, for 10c 100 dozen Children's Handkerchiefs, In a variety of styles and patterns, with pretty-colored border?, 5c value. ...2c A clean up. About 15 dozen Men's col ored Laundered Shirts, with cuffs to match, were 73c and USc. for 35c Nos. 5, 7 and 9 Ribbons, In satin and taffetas, nice bright shades. Including pink, light blue, cardinal, navy, white and black, choice a yard 5c Curta la Swiss, all size lots, 1.000 yards at 10c 1,000 Carnations, a dozen 4'c 500 Galvanized Water Palte, extra good quality. 25c kind, one to a customer 10c Pettis Dry Goods Co. ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1000. Telephone tali. Easiness OJT.ce 238 Editorial Rooms S .tüiims or subscription. DAILY BY MAIL. Pally onlr, ne month Jal!y only, hrt months 2. no Ialiy only, one year Jallr. Incln.iini? Sunday, one year li.oi Sunday onlv. eno year 2.00 WIIK.V KUHNISiinD lY AGEXTS. Dally. ir we-k. by carrier 15 cts Furvlay, ulnelo copy 5 et Dally and Sunday, rr k. by carrier.... 20 eta WCEKLY. Tr year tl.00 Itednee! Kates to C'lnb. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or mni subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Person nd!nr the Journal through th mails In the United Jtt should put on an elrht-ps9 rapr a ONE-CENT postage tamr: on a twelve or sixteen-pare jip-r a TWO-CENT poftace rtamp. Foreign postage is usually double these rates. All communications intended for publication In thf paper must, in ordr to receive attention, be o-ojr.panied by the name and adJress of the writer....

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH TT, 1900. SuspenclerH. Tlie ltilorln fx Tjvxuxxx $3 SLimcdL ax the wy Confirmntlon St-ilts The merchandise for immediate or early delivery in such quantity as to foster a disposition upon our part to approx imate the old price level, is to offer a shopping- incentive not surpassed in ANY MARKET; As it is freely admitted to be only a question of time, how ever, when the exhaustion of early supplies will indicate the necessity of a higher average of price, it should favor prompt and liberal operation for the season's needs by the retailer before the hard-pan prices of the early season be come tantalizing memories. It has not been our policy To HE old i The' merchandise against partially prohibitive pending advances, but to offer our holdings at prices that appear to us to be rational, legitimate,' moderately remunerative, and of anaturc to suggest it as another of those 'plain duties" that you share in our advantage over 'first-hands" by tradi...

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

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. JOt'R.ALS RUSINESS DIRECTORY. Wm. L. Rice, West Michigan street Tele phones: old, a7); new. 3i:i. Territory weit of Unite river. COAL COAL Ccburn Coal Co.. East 22d st. An t h raclte. coke, hard and oft coal. Phon 1443, DYEING BRILL & CO., fancy dyers and cleaners; sllk curtain, any color, cleaned and finished equal to new; also ladles' lieht cloth Jackets a spe cUlty. Massachusetts avenue and 1m North Illinois street. FLORISTS Rnr.TFIRMAN'N FLORAL COMPANY. New No. ;ti Mass ave.. r N. pel. st. Tel. S40. LAUNDRIES union co-ornnATivE laundry. Work called for. I3-1I4 Vlrg. ave. Thon 12S9. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IL I'UnSELL (llanteis. Fumacf), . 221 Mass. are. PATENT LAWYERS V. II. LOCKWOOD. 42j-41S Lemcke building. SALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trans, Buck boards. etc.) 23 Circle. Tel. 1017. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL, . lis South Pennsylvania sL UNDERTAKERS FRANK RLANCHARD, Si N. Delaware at. Tel 411. Lady Atten...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. 5 NASSAU STREET, NEW TURK. Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities HARVEY EDWARD FI8K OBGE H. ROBINSON. Mtobtr Nw York 8tock Sxebaar. SAl'i: DEPOSIT. i. A. I LL1CMfcR& CO.'S :;u East UuaUlueton Street Absolut safety aealnst f re and burglar. Po-)ir-iiin day arvl cUh! on guard. lestgned for s.fe keeping of Money. Bonis. Wills, Deeds, Ab stracts. Fllver Plate, Jewels and valuable Trunks. Package, etc. Contains 2.100 boxes. Kent 5 to e-45 p er year. JOHN S. TAUKI(;TO.........Mnnaeer. LITTLE TRADE ACTIVITY THE FEU WALL STIIEET .INFLU ENCES NEGATIVE IN CIIAUACTEH. Indications Arc for n Leun Unfavor able Bank Statement Than Was Expected The Locnl .Market. At New York yesterday money on call was tirm at Vföl per cent: last loan, ZV2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, ö'S per cent. Sterling exchange was soft, with actual business In. bankers' bills at ll.baH for de mand and SJ.S2 for sixty days; posted...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 March 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. That Miniature You've been promising- yourself that lasting- portrait that you've hesitated about having1 made be cause well "perhaps $3.50 is too cheap for good work," or mavbe the price will be just as low a month hence" that miniature should be ordered at once. The painting will be satisfactory, or you arc not asked to accept it, and the price won't be so unreasonably low a few weeks in the future. Miniature $3.50 Cabinet size f 6.00 8 by 10 inches $8.00 (Art Floor.) b S. AYRES & CO. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. PRING IUQQESTIONS lhACl ACING "APRIL FOOL" we c) note that inspection and purchase in our establish ment on that day will go as far as oa any other day. Each day brings its increase now, and we would urge our friends not to put off till to-morrow, etc, not to stand upon the order of coming, etc The spring trade is setting in full tide. Be On the Top of It! Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, IT an...

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

Part One Pages 9 to 8 WFKKLT ESTABLISHED 1S23. 5"rrT T - DAILY ESTABLISHED 1S50. Ulj. Jj Q, 77. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1900-SIXTEEN PAGES. rRICE FIVE CENTS. h u : I 5t i. lWe ct M ctio. er er. e-procf -Parat 3 izi lent. S 1 &n. nort uallj baaL s the et ). 'S at Lhe TY SU R ht rn s- Ül or ! 3 AT VÄÄL RIVER nevt battle 3iay nc fought on Tim traxsva.il nonucn. Lord Robert Bnsy Pacifying lhe Free Stale and Seemingly nicot inic with Great Success. CAPE COLONY DUTCH SCARED 3IANY StHRENDEIUNG THEIR ARMS TO THE BRITISH FORCES. Revolt In the Northeastern Portion . Ilroken and Kitchener Prepar ing to Rejoin Roberts. BOSKS IN STRONG POSITION r ASSES OV TUB NATAL BOUNDARY ARB WELL FORTIFIED. Reeonnolmiance by Dnndonald News from Mafeking Anxiously Await ed Departure of Lady Roberts. LONDON, March IS, a. m. Predic tions are now freely made that there will be no more serious fighting in South Africa until the British reach the Vaal river, the dividing line between the Free St...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, T.IATIOH 18, 1CC0. Morning" ami "The Boys of Wexford." In front 01 tho officers mc;s they played the national anthom ami cheered the Queen. The usual lml mayor's procession took place in Dublin to-day. The lord mayor of Belfast and the mayor of Cork participated lut a numtxr of Nationalist mayors re fused to accept the lord mayor's Invitation to take part In the affair. The chief mag istrate met with a mixed reception and there were disorderly scenes at several points alonff the route of the parade. The undent ceremony of "trooping the color" at Dublin Castle was especially pic turesque. It wan performed to-day in the rrence of the lord lieutenant of Ireland, Karl Cadogan.-the Duke of Connausht, commander-in-chief of the forces in Ire ,'ar.d. and a brilliant assemblage. All the troops wore the shamrock. The second day's sale Of the Irish Indu?,-tri'-s" Association was opened at the Lon don Mansion House this afternoon by the lady mayoress, with prin...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, IJAItCH 18, 1C00. ST. PATRICK'S PARADE CIIOWDS OF I'KOPLE TJinoXO THE STHCCTS SCARING TIIC GIIEEX. The Street Demonstration Is Followed 1 y n Mretlnff nt Tomlinion Hnll-Tlic Addresses. Nearly everybody who had occasion to go cn the street yesterday afternoon wore a bit of green ribbon or an Imitation sham rock in honor of St. Patrick's day. The occasion was observed with great ceremony lr. this city. The weather early yesterday morning was Ideal. The sky was clear and gwe rromise of a beautiful afternoon. But during the morning an occasional cloud arrearct anc 'n tne afternoon a raw wind carr.e up. Still the weather was not un comfortable enough to keep the people at hr.m?. and at 2 o'clock, the hour announced for the raradc to start, the streets were thronged with people. The green could be seen everywhere, and almost every one who came out wore it. The parade started from the corner of Illinois and Maryland streets shortly after 2 o'clock. William...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAUCH 18, 1CC0. - . DEBATE WAS SPICY an official communique on the subject of the wedding in. a few days. MEXICO'S GEAND CANAL. SHIPPING BILL CHANGED IMPORTANT. AMENDMENTS MADE BY THE HOUSE COMMITTEE. MOllALS OF GEUMAXS DISCUSSED ALI. WKKK IX Till! ItKICIISTAG. First Step of the Great Serrernce Sy tem Officially Completed. EvMfncf Presented to SIiott thnt lie form In IVreded on nijr, IZntntrn and In PIncen That Employ Female. HEAT BILL SHELVED AGAIN t run i?mpi:iior iioMnAnnnn with PROTESTS AND PETITIONS, Comment of the Yrnn on the Cam paiKn Asalnnt Germany Now IIc 1ns Conducted by Pnrla Editors. (CorrrlKht. 15 ty the Associated Press.) BERLIN, March 17. Throughout the week the so-called Lex Ileinze, which gov ernment measure was originally designed against public Immorality In various shapes, but Into which the Centrist and Conservative parties have managed to smuggle a number of provisions curtailing the liberty of art, literature and the stage, o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1900. 5 "Woor- c crciy searfwltli ci fancy VCHt. - in Ml 'd? 1 i f- - i "Wonr- rt turn-down collar witli r frock or out-awny ooat. DOH'T Think it's economy to neglect tno appearance of your olotli-in:.. Foil to road oar dally ad JJL Iay f anoy prices; nere ax; reasonaoio AI1 TIIJS MAUD S.,2:08 3-4, IS DEAD THE FAMOUS TROTTER DIES THE AGE OF TWENTY-SIX. AT Was Queen of the Turf Until Pneu matic Tires and Other Devices Aided in Lowering Her Record. NEW YORK, March 17. Maud S., the famous trotter, died at Schultz's farm. Port Chester, N. Y., this morning. She was taken to the farm from New York a week ago. and it was intended to use her for breeding purposes. She was sick when she arrived there and had been under the care of a veterinary surgeon. She gradually be came wor?e, however, and all efforts to tave the life of the valuable animal were fruitless. Maud S. was owned by the Bon ner estate and was twenty-six years of Ege. Her trotting rec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1CÖ0. JOURNAL'S IlLSISKSS DIRECTORY. AGENT INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL Wm. L. Rice. 2jS West Mich I can street. Tele phones: oil. 27); new, Territory west ot ht river. ' COAL- COAL Ccburn Coal Co.. Hast 2Ci tt. An. traclte. coke, hard an! sort coal. Thone 2Uj. DYEING BRILL & CO., fancy dyers n1 cleaners; silk curtains, any color, cleaned and finished equal to nw; ladies' Ilht cloth Jackets a p- c'.alty. 2Cs Massachusetts avenue and li5 North FLORISTS PKHTERMANN FLOP.AL COMPANT. Nw No. ;u Mai are.. 22fi N. Ivt. st. Tel. SO. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OrEHATIVE LAUNDRY. XVorW called for. i:-14 Vlrg. av. 'Phone ttRX MANTELS AND GRATES T. M. PURSELL (Mantefs. Furnac). Z'A MaM. av. PATENT LAWYERS V. H. LOCK WOOD, IIi-419 Irncke building. SALE AND LIVERY STAHLES HORACE WOOD (Carriaec. Trap. Buck boarda. etc.) & Circle. Tel. 1007. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WEI O EL. 116 South "Pennsylvania sL UNDERTAKERS- FRANK RL.ANCIIARD. S3 N. Delaware st. Tel 411. Lair A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY; MARCH 18, 1900. THE INDIAN TRUST CO. WILL. PAY YOU 3 Per Cent. Interest on savings deposits of $1.00 and up. which rnay be made at any time. The full amount deposited may be withdrawn with Interest, without any deductions whatever. No Fines No Expense Fund -No Withdrawal Fees Executors, administrators or trustees of estate?, religious and benevolent Institu tions and Individuals of large or small mans will find this company a convenient and safe depository for money. OFFICES: Indiana Trust Building Corner Washington Street and Virginia Avenue. A Net 6 Investment XonTaxnblo Preferred Stock in the NEW BATES HOUSE SUCCESS ASSURED Two-thirds of the stock already taken by conservative home Investors. Send for copy of PRINTED PROSPECTUS, giving full particulars, with list of sub scribers to date. The Central Trust Company INDIANAPOLIS, IND. SAFE DEPOSITS. S. A. FLE1CHER& CO.S Snfe Deposit "VYaixlt: 3S East Washington Street Absolut safety against fire...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

8 THE .TNDIAIJAPOLiO JOUItUAL, SUNDAY, UAIICU ." 10, 1C. And every promise he made to UBERO investors at the reception he graciously tendered them at the National Palace, City of Mexico, January 23d, is now fulfilled . . . . . President Ma Äw leill? Preicti f UBERO 19 A SUCCESSFUL, ESTABLISHED. INCOME-PRODUCING PLANTA TION, of which the ABSOLUTE CONTROL is' in the hands of Investors, by reason of the fact that they purchase OUTRIGHT the entire 2,000 shares, of "which only a limited number remain unsold. UBERO IS NOW RECOGNIZED as one of the MOST IMPORTANT PLANTATIONS in all Mexico. It is no longer a mere project cr experiment, but A GREAT BONA FIDE, TROPICAL PLANTATION. , Thousands of dollars in gold have already been expended in development and equipment. The problematical period HAS BEEN PASSED, and UBERO stock could not NOW be placed upon the market with Its extensive Improvement at the UNUSUALLY LOW TRICE at which it was offered to its present stockholders. While the value of mo...

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