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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

A! Part Two price fiye cents. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. iL ULi Ma Pages 9 to 16 3 -L 1 JAS JJu JLL V. SoAyress.Co jTf'iAM'SR A good story always bears re telling", especially if there's a sequel. We said a good deal about fine wash goods recently and will probably continue to proclaim the fact that there's not such another assortment as this within the bounds of Indiana. To-day we anounce some newly arrived organdies and some very pretty mercerized shirt waist novelties. French Printed Organdies, in designs of rare beauty, none like them to be seen elsewhere, priced G5c, 45c and 30c Shirt Waist materials of silk and linen and mercerized cotton, a yard, S1..10. f)Oc, rOc. Soc and 29c Lately arrived, S2-Inch Printed Batistes, at lgc and 15c Irish and American Dimities are now represented In -an assortment that numbers over 13 pieces, a yard ;55cf ocTlSc and 15c Elegant French Plaues, plain and printed, at 45c and 30c Embroidered Swisses, of our ow...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

10 further to the left, and, finding" that tt was impracticable for his army to go on to the designated point of conjunction be cause of the impassable road, signal? were sent to the watch tower of Jaro and Gen. Carrenter was ordered back to Jaro to wait fcr the weather to dry up, and the two bat talions of the Eighteenth Infantry and the battery returned to Jaro and laid by for nearly a fortnight. General Hughes halted at Tigbauan instead of returning to Hollo. FILIPINOS IX RETREAT. Then there was another long, deary sea son cf rainy weather, fo much prolonged that every one wondered if the rainy sea son was not setting in anew. Dut by Nov. 20 the roads were reported to be in fair con dition, and the signal corps men on the watch tower, who had been signaling with lamps at night to General Hughes, re ceived orders directing General Carpenter to make a direct frontal advance on Santa Barbara, intending to himself come up Irom the rear. Accordingly, on the morn ins of Nov. 21, Genera...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, IJARCH 18, 1CC0. 11 - y""i,"''m'w'"m'w''''''"m""""w'"w"""i''"'""''"'mw"'"'''"'""""''m fm . g I Mrs. A. S. Comstock, Mrs. John J. Cooper, I ' I "V " n 'A -HI " CCT ' i iT- llisa Jessie Carrenter. Miss Kate Cook . rt IW - x ( JCll fvL d ' 1 t&a v.? The City's (SOCIAL LI FE ti Events, Gayetles and Personal Activities crf the Week At the best New York houses the dinner tnrns are growing shorter every .year. The -wlr.es arc fewer, although choicer, and thrre is a noticeable lack of flowers In table decoration. A very few flowers may be Ucd, but the trappings on the tables of the most fashionable are sparkling crystal, the finest damask and good silver, with very, very few flowers. A writer In a New York paper says of the fervlns at fashionable drawing room entertainments: "All of the. smartest sup pers aro sit-down affairs. The buffet Is abfolutely de mode in New York, although there 13 still the awful scramble for some thing to eat at the big entert...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

12 THE SUNDAY JOUENAL SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1000. Telephone Calls. Custnees Office 20S Editorial Rooms M TERMS OF SL'DSCIUPTIOX. DA1LT BY MAIL. Pally only, one month P.Tft laily only, three months 2.00 Iaüy only, one year S.O) Pallv. including Sunday, one year Sunday onlv. on year 2.00 WHEN' FL'HNISHCD UY AQENTS. Iaflr. per week, by carrier 1" et hurvlay. Kins! copy 5 eta Dally and Sunday, pr wk. by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Ter year L00 Rednced Rates to C'lnhs. Fnbscr.be with any of our numerous agents or nl ubsorlptlon to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. person sending the Journal through the malls In the United st-tte should put on an eight-page Taper a ONE-CENT postage rtsmp: on a twHve or etxten-paxre parr a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage Is usually doubl these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention, b accompanied by the nam and address of the .writer. Rejected manuscrlpta will not be returned ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

f 1- -" IlfDIAIIAPOLIS' JOURNAL. SUNDAY, HAUCH 18, a 'it u.a. IS FOR FEMININE READERS fl(.IC WOMEN ASKED TO WHY- AUK 3IVCH AN.OYED. Itlnm L,II on Women for the THxl.it cncc of Servant Problem Art Stu dent Life Vorion SiiffKeat Inn.. The impertinences encountered by un p?rrled women from their friends and ac quaintances who aro curious as to the c-i::5f of their single blessedness are thus touched uiion in the Chicago Evening Post: "Oh, girls, I have been having the most er.barassing kind of a time." "A book agent, wasn't it?" queried Cl gal". "Oh. no; it was our neighbor. Lawyer X. II came to talk over some committee wfrK. "Did he ask you for a check, Placida?" a.-ked Literaria sympathetically. "Oh. no, worse than that; but I may as well tell you all about it or you'll surely think there is a mystery. I suppose he is u.-oi to quizzing: people, and so he said It In the most matter-of-fact kind of way. Do give me a cup of coffee first. Make It hot and very strong." "Said what, Placida...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

II THE INDIANAPOLIS ' JOÜItlTAL, '"SU1TDA7, HAUCH- IQ, The Surprises of Love, a new comedy from the French, which was recently pro duced with gTeat success in -New York by Charles Frohman, will be ?een at English's Opera House Wednesday night of the cur rent week. There 13 to be but one per formance, and this Is the only regular at traction booked for the present week. Despite the fact that certain New York papers condemned "The Surprises of Love" cn the ground of its alleged lax moral tone it secured a greater fashionable fol lowing than any other attraction of the year In the metropolis. This was due to the fact that It was presented at the Lyceum Theater, acknowledged to be fashion's temple of the drama, and also to the presence In the cast of Elsie De Wolfe, a well-known society belle before going upon the stage. Associated with her in the present production is Mr. II. Reeves Smith, who won great favor by his work In "A Brace of rartrl.lges." The piece will be ut on at English's...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS - JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAUCH 19, ICC3. 15 The Worst Soldier of the Regiment By CYRUS TOWXSEKD BRADY. Copyright, 1300. by Cyrus Towniend Those of us who -were conscious of any thin? In particular during the drowsy hour of rest which usually follows morning bat talion drill and precedes the noonday mess call, had ben, for some time, vaguely tare of the music (rave the mark!) of a dit.ir.t band, which fcemed to be coming In our direction. However, since wandering bands were continually promenading through the park at all hours of the day ar.l some of the night, no one gave it a moment's thought, until, far down on the fank of the camp, some of us saw a little procession entering out confines through th guard lino, when we immedlately Bwoke to the fact that It was the new band which had been recently organized for the rcpirnent in Philadelphia, and which had t. . n fondly expected; It was followed by a I.irge number of men Just recruited to fill c ;f the quota of the regime...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 18 March 1900

Iß THE IKDIAITAIr ÖLIC . J0U3ITAL, GUITDA7, 12Il o " THE SIGHTS OF CANTON AN AMI: RICAS IVOMAS HAD SO TItOtllLIJ IX GOI.X; AIlOtT ALOMJ. Interesting Handicraft Carried oa In IMnln Ylev Oriental Harunln Dri In irliu Pirate Störy. CorToipoTKlnce of the India napolis Journal. CANTON, Jan. 8. We were wakened at daylight by a din that discounted the con fusion of tongues at Babel. The steamship was surrounded by sampans, most of them rowed by barefooted women, thinly clad in blouse und trousers of blue cotton, al though the morning was bitterly cold. I did not wi?h to go ashore until after break fast, and as I made my toilet in my room at least a dozen swarthy faces wen? lressed against tho window, men and worn en watching mo curiously or offering me their sampans to the quay. It was a dull, chill morning, the first day of tho new year, with a keen east wind and an over cast 3ky. How the half -clad, half-fed crea tures could live In such a temperature was a mystery, but they not only liv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 March 1900

IMBIAMiJPOLIB JGUKNAL, Vkeklt established its. I rrr j vrn no UlLY ESTABLISHED 1SC3. J V UL. j--"l U. I Ö. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORMNG, MARCH 19, 1900. TmTrm o nT?vrrc i at railway news ptands. ox X XVlUriJ O --Lj11 AO. TItAlXS AND fe UN DATS, i CENTS, T ELIEF likely I O DAD I LIT Y THAT PLU3IER HAS RAISED 3IAFEKING SIEGE. latest Sevrs from That Point Dated the Twelfth, trlth an OfTlrlal DU- patch Dated the Tenth. FREE STATERS SURRENDERING EIGHTEEN HUNDRED GIVE UP ARMS TO GENERAL POLE-CAREW. Strong: Peace Partr I Said to Be Forming Anions the Influential Burghers of the Transvaal. WEBSTER DAVIS ONCE MORE HE SAYS KRUGEn AND JOUDEIIT ARE BECOMING UNPOPULAR. Story of an Amazon Legion at Pre toria St. Patrick Dar Celebra tion Military Operations. LONDON, March 15, 4:30 a. m. The news from South Africa to-day 13 entirely satis factory to the British public. The relief of Mafeklng U not yet announced, but it 1 extremely probable that this is already accomplished by Colonel Plumer's ad vaa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 March 1900

7 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900. men back to work prior to the time arbi tration takes place and Is concluded; and, "Whereas. It Is the fundamental princi ple of the National Metal Trades Associa tion to arbitrate labor disputes only In the abence of strikes and lockouts; now, therefore, bo It "Resolved. That the former Joint agree ment this day unanimously adopted by the Administrative council of the National Metal Trades' Association and presented to he executive officers of the International Association of Machinists Is the only prop osition which the National Metal Trades Association has to make; and that the committee again presents the agreement to the executive committee of the National Association of Machinists, and requests them to accept the same by affixing their official signatures, ami notify them that this association Is ready to sign the agree ment jointly with them." The Chicago union of the International Association of Machinists met to-day and In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 March 1900

3 THJi INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, 3IONDAY, 31 ARCH 19, 1900. New York Store Established IS 5 3. Sole Aernt rjatterfck rtterns. L3C TOE THE SPRING AND SUMMEE . bc-lntr nhown In every department of. our fTeat store. The brightness, freshness and auty of the new season reflected every, where. Tho stör was nover brighter nor fresher nor more bristling with newncvs tban rlxl.t now. The invitation Is yours to come anJ see this spring's most fash ionable things. Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus iness enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J. MAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St. Second largest Shoe Store in the World. AMUSEMENTS- "The Casino Girl" Is to be given its in itial production at the New York Casino to-night. The sale of seats for the Thomas concert will open this morning at 9 o'clock at tho Big Four oßlce for subscribers only. To-night Louis Mann and Clara LI pro an Trill give the first presentation of their new farce, "Professor and Pupil," at the Park Theater, Boston. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 March 1900

f -.--' THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAUCH 19, .1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1900. Telephone Calla. Eutin OfUce 2ZS Editorial Rooms 8 TERMS OF Sl'HSCIlIPTIO.N. DAILY BY MAIL. Pally only, one month lmA Iiiy only, three months - Iailr only, on year S.oo Pally, inoludmc Sunday, one year KM Sunday on I v. on year 2.00 WUK.V KL'KNISIIED BY AGENTS. Piillr. per we?k. by carrier 1" cts Funiay. sl:il copy 5 ct. Pally and Sunday, r'' wic. by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLi'. Per year 11.00 Ilednced Itatrn to Cialis. Fubscrtbe with any of our numerous agents or nd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Fersons sendln the Journal through th mails In the United Htite should put on an elht-pace PPr a ONE-CENT postage Mmp: on a twelve or slxten-pajre paper TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communication Intended for publication In this paper mut. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900. 5 rTn IB 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 ITo JHEolcöl 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 a nature to suggest it as another of those "plain duties' that you share in our advantage over "first-bands" by trading with MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. JOjry Goods, Notions. (WHOLESALE EXCL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 March 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900. JOURNAL'S ntsixcss DinncruRY. Wrn. L. Uice. 2'V" West Michigan street. Tele rhones: ol-i. ü7i); ntw, 3IÖ2- Territory west of White river. COAL COAL Ccburn Ccal Co, East 22d ft. An thracite, coke. harJ and soft coal. Phon 2Ui. DYEING I2RILL & CO.. fancy dyers and cleaners; silk to new; als ladies' lUht cloth Jackets a spe cialty. 23x Massachusetts avenue and ILZ North Illinois street. FLORISTS PERTERMANN FLORAL COMPANY. New No. 211 Mass are.. ZZi N. Del. st. Tel. Sn. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. Work called for. 123-1 Vlrjr. ave. 'Phone 1253. ÜANTELS AND GRATES r. M. PURS ELL (Mantels, Furnaces), 231 Mass. ave. PATENT LAWYERS V. I. LOCK WOOD. 4U-41S Lemcke building. SALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE "WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Buck- boards, etc.) 2i Circle. TeL 1W7. BIIOW CAKES WILLIAM WEI GEL. Ii South Pennsylvania st. UNDERTAKERS FRANK RLANCHARD, 93 N. Delaware st. Tel ill. Lady Attendant WALL PAPERS II. C. STEVENS, New Styl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900. 7 MANY LOANS CALLED IN SLJiriiisi: or Tin: avi:i:ic as shown DV AXK STATi;.Mi:.T. General Level of Trices Higher for Share and Lower for Ilondw Dis appointing Local Trade. At New York, Saturday, money on call was firm at 5 per cent Prime mercantile paper, ZHVi per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with actual business In bankers bills at $4.S0 for demand and J4.S2 for sixty ilays; posted J rate?, K83H and $4.87; commercial bills, Silver certlflcates, COUfjdUc; bar silver. 60c: Mexican dollars, 47c. In the Lon don market bar silver hardened sharply to 27 ll-16d per ounce, which was attributed to the announcement of the French gov ernment that It will receive tenders March n for 20.000 kilos (41,003 pounds) of the white metal. Imports of specie for the week at New York were $3,305 In gold, and 6,731 in sil ver. Exports of sold and silver from the port to all countries for the week aggre gated $1223,708 In silver bars and coin and X13...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 March 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900. There's a happy reaction in favor of eofter clinging weave?. Foulards are In high favor. Crepe do Chine la more than popular and even those wool mixed weaves such as Lansdowne and Fllk vyarj? crepes have reappeared. You want to Fee them. You ought to see them, and there's no Question but ihat you'll see most and best here. FOULwVRPS-Two hundred styles at 73c, $1." ILIO. IL23 and upward a yard. WASH SILKS Quite as many pieces, all at the uniform price of 40c. CREPK DE CHINE Every conceivable shade and tint, H a yard upward. SILK HANDKERCHIEF SQUARES The rarest and prettiest to be had, IL to 13 each. LANSDOWNE3, CREPES and the like, in all popular tints, IL20 a yard and up ward. L S.AYRES&CO. Sole Agents for Standard I'ntterna. picture lFraming KTUCHUPET Manufacturer of Griürs and Fret Work. 10,000 Rolls OF Wall Paper Monday's Big Bargain 5,000 ROLLS AT 2,000 ROLLS AT 6c And They Won't Last Long. Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 March 1900

TU IMBIAMAFOLI I "v? Cr WEEKLY ESTABLISH ED ) "VTIT T VH TO INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1900. rRICE 3 CENTS. f AT RAILWAY NHV'S STANT?. OX 1 TRAINS AND SUXDAYF. i CENTS. I'AILY ESTABLISHED 1S50. V -J ( AT KROONSTAD IIOIIIIS CONCENTRATING Tiinnt FORCES NORTH OF BLOKJIFOMEIX. Have Decided to Mnkf n. Stand Against Roberts In a Town Sur rounded by Hllla and Janslea. NO . NEWS FROM MAFEKINQ IlEPOnT THAT THE TOWN HAS BEEN RELIEVED NOT CONFIRMED. British War Office, "Without Advice, but Mr. Wyndham f Opinion It la All Rieht." HOBE HILL WORK TOR BULLER WILL ATTEMPT TO DISLODGE THE DOERS FRO.1I DIGGAHSBERG. possibility that Methnen Will Ad Tanee on Pretoria by Way of Bus tenbergr Ollriera Movements. LONDON, March 20. 4 a. m. The War Office has had no news up to this hour confirming tho report of the relief of Mafe klng, but George Wyndham, parliamentary under secretary for war. replying to a pri vate inquiry In the lobby of the House of Commons about midnight, smilingly said: I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900. there is no prospect of an early agreement upon the tariff provision. ncjccTKi) nv tiic hoise. Sfnnff Cliqncc In Porto II I can Re lief 11111 Not Acceptable. WASHINGTON. March 13,-Tne Hons to-day refused to concur In the Senate amendments to the Porto Klean relief bill. The Democrats supported a motion to con cur on the ground that It would avoid further delay In extending relief to the In habitant of the Island, but the Republic ans stood firmly behind Chairman Cannon In his demand that the House should in frist ort Its original provision to appropriate not only the money collected on Porto Rlcan Roods up to Jan. 1. but all subse quent moneys collected or to be collected. Then Mr. Cannon moved that the House i.onconcur In the Senate amendments. He explained the changes made In the bill by the Senate, which, he paid, restricted the appropriations to the duties collected previous to Jan. 1, 10. The House pro vision appropriated al?o ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900. 3 J, V New York Store Established 1J."3. Sole Agent Butterlek ratterna. We invite your attention to Our Opening Displays of Spring Millinery, Capes, Jackets and , TaiIormade Gowns ToDay Muslo Second Floor Pettis Dry Goods Co. Fashion's Latest Conceits In Furnishings are to be had here at all V times. Our Late Arrivals In Fancy Shirts and Neckwear Will satisfy the most critical taste. . See Our New Line of WALKING STICKS In side window. They are decided novelties. PAUL H. KRAUSS, 44 East Washington Street. Shirts to Order. Shirting by the Yard. C AMUSEMENTS. Tie Nevr Masjdalen" at the Grand Last Night. It is safe to assume that no one will care to acknowledge responsibility for the selec tion cf "The New Magdalen" as the stock company's offering at the Grand Opera House this week. A more dreary, uninter estlng piece of dramatic literature could scarcely be conceived. It is dull, hopeless misery Ions drawn out. In fact, last night's a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 March 1900

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, MARCH 'JO, 1900. Telephone Call. Business OSIce 2T.S Eöitortal Rooms 85 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. DAILY BY MAIL. rny n!r, on month f.70 Pally only, threw months 2.00 Ially only, on year S.00 lailv. Including; Sunday, od year lo.no Buuoav nr.iy. on yar 2.00 WME.V FURNISHED BY AGENTS. DaJlr. per wfk. by carrier 1 ets Funday. einöle- copy 5 ctx Lally and fcunlay, ?r wk. by carrier..-. 20 eta WEEKLY. Ter year fl.00 Reduced. Rates to finita. Fubcr1be with any of our numerous agents or end ubcriptlon to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis. Ind. Persons sending th Journal throusrh the mails In the United 8tits should put on an cUht-r Taper a ONE-CENT rosta? utarap: on a twelve or slxten-pae r-apt-r a TWO-CENT -wtaR stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper mut. In order to receive attention, be cfompinltd by the name and address of the ...

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