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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 23 March 1900

f 7 INDIANAPOLIS JOUENAI 1 A WEKKLT ESTAHLISIIED 1C3. 1 VOT T VH GO IMII.r ESTADLirllKL 10. j J.J 1J. O,. INDIANAPOLIS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1900. TiTfcTOT O ni?V'IV (AT RAILWAY CT'S 8TAM) I'JALOrj O UIil IO. ( THAINS AND SUNPATP, CKNTS. A MAFEKING AGAIN REPORTED TO have been relieved. DrltlnU War Office I Snid to Hare Bern Notified, lint la AValtlnjr for Confirmation. PLUMER HELD AT I0BATSI WHERE HE IS TIIHEATEXED BY A superior force or docks. Col. Bailen-PoveH Only Hope of Snceor, Therefore, Rests on the Column from the Soath. BOER RUMOR OF VICTORY C ATA CRE SAID TO HAVE BEEN ROUTED BY OLIVIER'S FORCE. Rrltlsh Are Alleged to Have Suffered Henry Losses In Killed, Wound ed and Prisoners. ROBERTS RECEIVING ARMS MANY FREE STATERS SURRENDER- ING TO THE BRITISH. Pretoria Prepared for a Long: Sieg; No Farther Peace Negotiations r-Krager and Steyn. LONDON, March 23, 4 a. m. Again there is a persistent rumor that Mafeking has been relieved. It Is even asserted that the War Office has ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 23 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. vide for the continued exemption from duty of the articles which were exempted by the President's order. They also tind the House bill deficient In that It falls to pro vide any means of collecting the duty which It imioses. There will be a confer ence with members of tho ways and means committee of the House, and If the lat ter do not discourage amendments these will be offered. There is. however, an ac knowledged fear that If the bill is amended In any respect It may be difficult, if not Impossible, to secure its acceptance by the House on a conference report. On this account there may be no effort to modify the bill. A report will be made to the Senate com mittee to-morrow as to the attitude of the House, and if this report is ad'ere to amendment Mr. Foraker will be authorized to renew his rt quest for unanimous agree ment to fix a time for a vote. It will also be agreed that the committee shall not attempt to amend the bill. In r...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 23 March 1900

Mies' THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, 31 ARCH 23, 1900 3 New York Store Established 1So3. Sole Agents Ilatterlck Patterns. ""annual ousecleaning Sale Begins ToDay Little prices rule necessities for irouseclcaning", Kitchen things, etc, all in this great sale. Conic early. "TELL THE TRUTH" 18 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00 19 lbs. Soft A Sugar $1.00 110 lbs. Yellow C Sugar $1.00 Choice Santos Coffee 15c 1 bush., CO lb.. Potatoes 55c 3-lb. can of Bartlett Pears, Egg Hums and Raspberries, each 15c Monarch Grocery 112 E Washington St. Telephone 1453 16th and Illinois Sts, Tel. 1469. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus iness enables us to undersell all others. . CEO. J. MAROIT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St Second largest Shoe Store In the World. FUN WITH A RAW RECRUIT. lie Is Given a Task at the Recruiting Station. Yesterday was house-cleaning day at the recruiting station, and all the recruits from the "squad room" were brought Into serv Ice. One recruit, who was Inexperienced with the use of scrub ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 23 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. - 4 rrTTX Tl 4 TT V inTTT"VAT situation with evident satisfaction. "The lUh DA11A JUUKIS-L, colonists Qf an our grpat p05Sessions It FRIDAY MARCH 23 1900. cays, "have shown themselves to be born J soldiers, and the nation at home has real Telephone Calls. 7ed for the first time with a delight, not Bmlng Office 238 I Editorial Rooms M ;ree from wonder, the worth of the re- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. sources it has to draw upon In days of its DAILY BY MAIL. trouble In its strong sons from beyond the Dally only, ne month to.W seas." Who knows but In some future war Daily only.' oSrwr0.?""'.'.!!!!.'.!.!.!.!.! loo regiments of Porto Ricans and Filipinos Daily, including Sun jay.'ciie year n.m win briSae,j together and fighting un- unday onlv, on yr -0O WHE.V furnished BY AGENTS. Cer the American flag against its enemies? Dally, per wrelc. by carrier ! et Sunday, single copy cts Dally and Sunday. rr wk. by carrier.... 20 cts ANIMUS OP THE SUGA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 23 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. PEPPERY IRISH STEW ERIN'S M. IVS WASTI2 SAl'CK IN THE HOUSi: OF COMMONS. Stir Up Strife t'ntll Mr. Ilalfonr Inter Tcne nnd Itentorea Order Out of Confusion. STEPHANIE WEDDED AGAIN MARRIAGC OF TUB l"X FORTUNATE AUSTRIAN CROWN PRINCESS. Archduke Itudoir Traffic Death Re called Pari Curnlvnl Vic toria nt a Hospital. LONDON, March 22. There was con siderable excitement In the Houe of Com mons this afternoon resulting from at tempts on the part of the Irish members to secure more of the House's time, in which they succeeded, after noisy dis plays of passion on the part of both the Irish and their opponents. Only the tact of Mr. Ualfour, the government leader, caved the uproar from developing Into a scene of violent disorder. The discussion of the financial relations between Ireland and Great Britain was set down for to-day and John Redmond, the Irish leader, desired to obtain all the time possible. Therefore he appealed to the promoters o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 23 March 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. jom.vus iusinks nmrccTonv. Wm. L Hire. West Michigan street. Tele rhowii: oll. Z7r. new, 31 Si. Territory west of White river. COAL COAI Ccburn Coal Co.. East 224 t. An thraclte, coke, bard an! ort coal. Thon 2M5. DYEING BRILL. &. CO.. fancy dyers and cleaners: ttlk curtain, anr color, cleaned and nn'.jhed equal to new; also ladies Ujrht cloth Jackets a spe cialty. 23 Maeachusetu avenue and 1S3 North Illinois street. FLORISTS PEIITEIIMAN'N FLORAL. COMPANT. New No. 211 ilass ave,. 22i N. Del. at. Tel. i LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OrERATIVE LAUNDRT. Work called for. Vits- ave. Thon 12C3. 1IANTELS AND CRATES T. IL PURS ELL (Mantels, Furnaces). r , . 231 Mass. are. PATENT LAWYERS ' V. II. LOCKWOOD,. ' 41J-IIJ Lemcke building. BALE AND LIVEP.Y STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carria". Traps, Buck board, ta 2S ClrcU. TeL 1077. 8IIOW CASES WILLIAM WEI GEL. US South Pennsylvania at. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCH ARD. Vi N. Delaware at. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 23 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, .1900. A Net 69o Investment Xon-Tnxablo Proforee! Ondr ft in KFU RATES HOI'M4 lIMMIMIwtVMIU iuw nu" T- I SUCCESS ASSURED rrWÄ,i-,. e -tL- nlrendv taken bv ui I 1j I conservative nome investors. ocu or PRINTED PROSPECTUS, giving full particulars, with list of sub scribers to date. The Central Trust Company IXDIAXATOLIS, IXD.. . LONDON BOUGHT HEAVILY FULLY SEVENTY THOUSAND SIIAIIES TAKEN IN WALL STRUCT. Speculation Was Fnrlons, the Itall ' road List Ltatllnß-Increajilng Strength of Local Daalnesi. At New York yesterday money on call was firm at 4 to 6 per cent.; last loan, 5 per cent. ' Prime mercantile paper, per cent. Sterling exchange was firm, with actual business in bankers bills at for demand. -and $i.S2H4.824, for sixty days; posted rates. $1.83 and W.trW .1 fft,i. hnr outer .ciiiiicdica ncio vuhuvi?4v., ver, 53T4c Mexican dollars, 47c. At Lon don bar silver was 279d per ounce. The railroad stocks had their innings on -the -Stock Exch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 23 March 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, 31 ARCH 23, 1900. Ayres Millinery For the Spring of Nineteen Hundred Is receiving and deserving: a more gracious reception than usual. The fact is doubly complimentary. "Womankind long" since learned to look here for novel models as well as prevailing types. Our hat-making knowledge now finds expression in a double-case display of winsome headwear. You're invited to see it. L. S. AYRES & CO. Sole Agent for Standard Patterns. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. Selection Time These are the days when folk who expect to "fix up," think to "treat" themselves to some new CARPETS, CURTAINS, WALL PAPER. Put the time in wisely selecting. Then, when the weather breaks. comes housecleaninfr and the new things to fix up with are put in. "We are busy the?e days help ing our friends and patrons to select. We have the largest stocks, the greatest variety, the lowest prices and tho most abundant willingness. Come come In the morning If you can and inspect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 March 1900

4. V 1 BIANAPOLIS JOURNAL WEEKLY ESTABLISHED lS. ) VHT T YH QO DAILY ESTABLISHED ISiO. J JJ. lj 1 U. Oü. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1900. TTTriT? o nrVTC 5 at railway news standf. on X IvIOÜi O V-JCj1 lO. I TRAINS AM 8UNDATB. CENTS. m NO SURRENDER REPUBLICAN "RECIPROCITY SENA TORS STANDING DY Til i: I It GUNS. Will rcrmit No Hasty Action Iy the Advocates of a Tariff on Por o Rican Products. TEN ABE FOR FREE TBADE AND FIVn OTHERS WILL ASSIST IN DELAYING FINAL VOTE. No Necessity No tt for Railroading the Dill. They Say, for the Relief 31 easnre Will Soon Re La nr. ACTION OF. THE COMMITTEE WILL ATTE3I FT TO FASS THE HOUSE DILL WITHOUT CHANGE. Postponement of Senator nererldee's Speech Regarded ni n Wise Move Iowa Delegation Surprised. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON. March 23. The Forto Rican relief bill will soon be out of the way. The Senate adopted the conference report to-day and to-morrow the House will probably do likewise. The President will sign i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY; MARCH 24, 1900. like to know If he Is In favor of free trade with Porto Rico." Mr. Foraker replied that his position had been set forth fully In the report on the Forto Klean government bill. The com mlttre. he said. Investigating the subject became convinced that the people of Forto Rico could not stand direct taxation "This Might and not burdensome taxation." said Mr. Foraker, "y.as determined upon by the committee as a generous and merciful neans of alleviating the suffering of the Ivple of Porto Itlco." Mr. Tillman replied that he had not read the reiort written by Mr. Foraker, because h5 had net time to follow the vagaries of a committee which changed its mind every week. "The senator from Ohio ha changed front on this subject," he deelarrd. Mr. Foraker The senator has no right to disbelieve any statement I may make. Mr. Tillman disavowed any Intention of reflecting on Mr. Forakcr's veracity, but replied. In connection with an editorial In th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 24. 1900. New York Store Established 1N53. Sole Agfnli Butterick rattern. SECOND DAY Housecleaning Sale Bigger and Better Bargains Come to this, the greatest of all sales. It means money to you. Pettis Dry Goods Co. KNOX'S WORLD RENOWNED BATS -FOR- I ndies and Gentlemen Knox's latest creations kV ln Triaimcd and Walking N Hats. Call and see them. 7 . OlCpUCUO QU 11U10 Beat on Earth for the floney. A. B. STEPHENS Pennsylvania St Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure Thli preparation Is particularly adapted to the treatment of acute COLDH, COUGHS. LA ORIPPE. BRONCHITIS. CATARRH, HEAD ACHE. ETC, and the formula as now prepared la the result of the lon experience and exhaus tive rtsearch of the. world's most distinguished specialist In this class of diseases. HUDER'S D&i'Q STORE, Wash, and Penn. Sts Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. L'nlreralty of Indianapolis. for all kinds of dental work. "The fees are to cover the costs only. Receiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, . SATURDAY, MARCH 24, rJOO. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1000. Telephone Call a. Eu!nw OtZce ZZi Editorial Rooms 85 TER3IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BT MAIL Pally only, on month Jwilly only, three months . Z.'X . i.00 . 2.00 15 eta 3 cts 20 cts Ia!ly only, on year Ially. Including Sunday, one year Sunday only. one year WHEN FLHNIfJHED BY AGENTS. Dally, per week, by carrier Sunday. ln;!e copy Dally and Sunday. rr wwk. by carrier.... WEEKLY. Per year .11.00 Redaced Hate to Club. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sendlr.r the Journal through th malls In the United St should put on an e!?ht-ra Taper a ONE-CENT postage ntmr: n a twelre r Ixteen-pHK paper a TWO-CENT po"taff ftamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention. b accompanied by the name and address of the. nrlt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, M AUCH 21, 1900. ... w 5 Fnlr In ONE DOLLAR. Pants will be hers for first comers to-day. They're the three dol dollar quality, and contain nearly all of the sizes. Spring Shirts are here, and they carry all modern attachments and improvements at Cents Some 10-ccnt bargains in odd Neckwear to-day. They include Puffs, t Tecks, Strings, Bows and Four-In-Hands. These will make it a busy day and night AT THE Confirmation Suits. See us about The Man Behind the Counter Is more nearly coiicerned with "direct deliveries" than "Direct Agents," with a dependable market rather than one whose chief claim to distinction is "cheapness." No Uniformity of Price Exists in the cotton-goods market of to-day. ' Prices vary according to the Seller's ability to meet the demand for certain merchandise. Fixed Jobbing or Retail prices that have been in vogue for years cannot be changed in a day. On the Other Hand . When it becomes a question of lowering the qual ity of goo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 March 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900. ' - ' JOURNAL'S nt'SIXESS DIRECTORY. t Writ. L. Rice. 2 West Michigan street. Tele phones: M. Tis; new, 2 Li Territory weft of White river. COAL COAL (Toburn Coal Co.. East 22d t- An thracite, coke. barJ anl oft coal. Thone 2 US. DYEING BRILL &. CO., fancy riycrs and cleaners: silk curtains, any color, cleaned and finished equal to new; a ladies' liht cloth jackets a spe cialty. 25 Massachusetts avtnue and North Illinois street. florists phrtermann floral company. New No. 211 Mass ave.. tA N. Del. at. TeL Sil. LAUNDRIES UNION' CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. Work called for. lS-141 Virg. ave. 'Phone 12C9. IIA NT EL?. AND GRATES r. iL PURSELL (Mantel. Furnac). 2J1 Mass. are. PATENT LAWYERS V. II. LOCK WOOD. 41.-tH Lemcke building. SALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Buck boa rda. rtc.) Circle. TeL 1037. SHOW CASES WILLIAM YVEIGEL. IK South Pennsylvania st. UNDERTAKERS FRANK RLANCIIARD, yj N. Delaware at. Tel 411. Lady...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1900. 7 SS XASSAU STREET, SEW TOIIK. Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities HARVEY EDWARD CIOEGK H. ROBINSON, Vfamber Ntw York Stock Ex einer. "The Siberian Mining Syndicate" Controlling Reach and Trunda of over One Hundred Square Miles opposite Cape Nome, have decided to place 2,000,000 aha res on the market at 5 cents per Share, and (iuarantee 15 per cent . monthly for tbe first year, After which time, parties wishing to dis pose of stock, company guarantees to re deem same at par. Address The Siberian Mining Syndicate, SEATTLE, WASH. ERA OF PROFIT-TAKING IT HESILTED IX A WD K lilt MAH KET FOR NEARLY ALI SlIAIli:. ABKrtmlvr Strength In a Ycvr Stocks Hud o 1? fleet on the General Lint v. Local Trade la Active. At New York yesterday money on call was rtrm at 4 to 5 per cent.; last loan, 4 per etr.t. Prime mercantile paper, J'al Pr cent. Sterling: exchange was li regular, with ectual business in bankers...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 24 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900. We Are Selling Shoes Eegan this morning. No half-hearted effort, cither. The modern shoemaker a factory that covers acres of ground, half a dozen stories tall deserves that its facilities redound to the consumer's advantage. Retter footwear is now pro duced in this country for less money than ever before at any price in any country. We proved to our own satis faction that Queen Quality embodies every virtue of the highest-priced shoe made. We offer it to you on that proposi tion. Of fifty-nine styles manufactured, almost half a hundred are here for your choosing in every style and last. The uniform prices ar $3 FOR (-A FOR BOOTS 4Z.dU OXFORDS You may pay more for less; yoa can't lay better at any price. This new Shoe Store is over "The Press,' adjoining our suit department en the second floor. You reach it by the west elevator. If you haven't a present shoe want visit it anyhow for the show of spring style footwear and the beauty o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

1 1 Part One Pages 1 to 8 WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1KX t TrT T . DAILY ESTABLISHED 1SC0. . V UL. L 0. 84. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 25, 1900-SIXTEEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. MM U V VU I Ii V A w . I r Y )) k Y A I . rj . tx I I i f I '-v I I i " - SHOT BY BOERS I'ARTY OP BRITISH OFFICERS POT TED" DY THE ENCMV. Lleai. Lyison Killed, Cols. Crabbe nnd CodrlnRton, Captain Trotter and n, Trooper Badly "Wounded. HAFEKING STILL BESIEGED apprehension for the safety of colonel plu3ier's force. I In a Three Long Trains of Supplies for Colonel Baden-Powell, Which, the Boers Are Anxious to Take. GENERAL FRENCH RESTING HIS SOLDIERS DISTRIBUTING LORD ROBERTS'S PROCLAMATION. Boers Said to Be Rallying: at Three Points Skirmishes In Natal Re view of tue Situation. LONDON, March 23. At a late hour last night the War Office posted the following dispatch from General Roberts: "Bloemfontein, March 2i Yesterday, Lieutenant Colonel Crabbe, Captain Trot ter and Lieutenant the Hon. E. Lygon. of the Grena...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, T.IATM7E 25, ICOO. or rich birth and f xalted parentage, -which too often stunt-ambition, but was born on a level with the great mass of his country men ami-was Inspired by their hopes and aspirations and impressed by their strug gles and. i-elf-denlals. .The loftiest, charac ter is a flower which blooms among the Htern realities of life. -- He had an early passion for knowledge and bent all his energies to attain an edu cation. The facilities offered the youth were meaner at best, but he availed himself of them to the utmost. He early deter mined to become a lawyer and devoted his energies to that end. Upon his entrance to the bar ho dedicated himself to the work of his chosen profession with diligence and determination. He Impressed himself upon the bar and the bench as a forceful lawyer and of more than ordinary promise. He was conscious from the beginning of the Inadequacy of his preparation for a profession most ex acting in its requirements. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

3 THE TRIAL WAS A FARCE It. Mrs. Wvnn. hIS frrlJkM Rt the oman. and asked SJIti,.! ,eZ 6Ure she would llka that iula.r.Aook And the woman said, very book,?-' 5VM: 1 am. fond of 0rea Dooks. So. hugging the prize, she went on her way rejoicing. The hat counter af- BISHOP W'CABE IS HERE rence B. Fitch, partners, doing business under tho name of Waddy &. Fitch, was filed in the Federal Court yesterday. Sanders is the owner and patentee of a grading machine. The machine was hired by Waddy & Fitch, who are building a railroad through Knox county, and Sand ers was employed to operate It. Sanders claims there is due hlra on account of wages and rent for the machine Jl.074.7t. THE WOMEN'S CLUBS. CmCKERIIIG PIAITOS. CAI'T. JOIIX FANNING ItKMAIXS IS THU ViHIZ DmWIlTJXOT. TALKS KXTIIISIASTICALLY ADOIT one or the greatest attractions yes yan? nearJy every one stopped to 42Sh iat thl hats whIch Miss Ketcham. ET?. . carKe of the department, has nad trimmed to look nearly like new. lhe rece...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

-'...'-"'i wMiiu vtJ.UU uuu up.' THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, IJARCH 25, 1S00. CAPITAL IS $160,000,000 tug CAiixEnin company iivconroR- ATEI) IX AUW JCIISKV. l'lllilK Fee Wn $.12,000 and the An nnal Frnnrhhc Tax Will lc tt,-7,-,0 hint of Stockholders. TRENTON. N. J., March 2!. The Car negie Company, the formation of which has resulted from the conference of An drew Carnegie and II. C. Frlck to fettle the business difficulty between them, was incorporated here to-day. The capital la JiC),w0,O"j and the stock is all subscribed. The subscribers and the number of shares of each are as follows: Share?. Andrew Carnegie, . New York S6.C7J Henry Phlpps. Pittsburg 17.2 21. C. Frick, IMtt?burg 13.181 Charles M. Schwab, Braddock, Pa.... 18. Francis T. F. Lovejoy. Pittsburg 7.021 Lawrence C. Phipp, Pittsburg Wm. 11. Singer. Allegheny 2.823 Thomas Morrison. UrarMock SSI D. M. Clemson, Pittsburg fcM James Bayley, Pittsburg 8S4 Andrew M. Moreland, Pittsburg MO John Walker, Allegheny Tai Charl...

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