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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 April 1900

i I INDIANAPOLIS JOUKNAI r i Uj DDTPU nr'VTC ( AT RAILWAY KCT'S TANDS. OS 1 KIC-L O Ü-fcjiN IC. ) TRAINS AND 6UNDATS. SCENTS. WEEK LA" ESTAnUFHED DAILY ESTABLISHED 10. VOL. L-NO. 97. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1900. 4 ; ( DEEP MYSTERY DISASTER AT nEnDEItSDi nO THAT HAS NOT BEEN EX PL AI X KD. Five Companlr of Rrltlah Troops Which Were Guarding the Rail- --rar Have Disappeared. MESSAGE FBOM LORD ROBERTS A3 OTHER UN FORTUNATE OCCUR RENCE" REPORTED. Gatnere Unable to Find the M Inning Men, and III Lordship Thinks They Hare Been Captured. BOERS TAKEN BY 3IETHTJEN FIFTY" SURROUNDED OX A KOP AXD FORCED TO SI R REX DER. Gen De Vlllebols Slnrenll, a. French ' Soldier of Fortune and Chief of . Staff, Anionic the Killed. DESPONDENCY IN LONDON MANAGEMENT OF TUB CAMPAIGN AGAIN CRITICISED. Lord Roberta In Danser of Deinjr nor led from the Pedestal of Fame Leist Saturday Casualties. LONDON. April 7, 4:20 a. m.-Two Impor tant dispatches were received from Lord Roberts yesterday. One ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900. feveral 8tites and Territories such number or the United State? service magazine rifles und carbine, caliber .30. as are now required for arming all the. regularly organized, and equipped militia known 33 the National Guard f each State and Territory: Provided, that each täte and Territory be required on receipt of the new arms to turn Into the ordnance department. United States army, without receiving any money credit therefor, all United States arms of whatever description now in Its ros?eion. That each State and Territory as now provided by law hall make an annual return to the secretary of war of alt arms end other ordnance proierty Issued to them under this or any other act of Congress, and that any State or Territory may, as now provided by law. in addition to the stores and supplies issued under the provisions of thlä act, purchase for the Ii of its National Guard or reserve militia, at regulation prices for cash at the place...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900. New York Store Established Sole Asenta Ilatterlek rattern. The New t Parasols .Beauty - and Design Striking Features We trill open to-day for the first time this season a large and varied assortment of Imported and domestic Parasols. In the collection the most notable Is the "Duchess of York." It is a fancy coaching parasol, covered with white ctamlne with chiffon edge. The "Coaching" parasol seems to be the most popular this reason and will without doubt lead. We have them in all the new designs and. effects In stripes. Persian and figures, with borders hemstitched and plain. Prices 02,69 o &1S The display In the umbrella department, right of entrance, will be of interest to you. Pettis Dry Goods Co. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure Thfs preparation is particularly adapted to the treatment of acut ;OL.lS. COCCUS, LA GRIPPE. RONCHIT1. CATAKKH. HEADACHE. ETC. and the formula as now prepared II the result of the long experien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 April 1900

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, ArRIL 7, 1900 TUE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1000. Telephone Call. Business Offlct 223 Editorial Rooms M TEH. MS OF St'HSCRIPTIOX. ' DAILY DT MAIL. Pallr only, on month : 5.70 Ial!jr only, three months 2.00 Dally only, one year S.Ort Iaily. including Sunday, one year 1V Sunday only, oiw year 2.00 -'WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. rai'r. per week, by carrier 1" cts FunJay. snle copy S cts Dally and fcJunday. per week, by carrier.... 2 cts WEEKLY. Ter year R.OO Reduced Rates to Clubs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending; the Journal through the malls In the L'nlted 8tten should put on an eight-page rrr a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or lxteen-par paper a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rate. All communications Intended for publication In this paper mut. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900. 6 Sf3 f I NO INDULGENCE Required on deliveries of Domestic and full-fashioned Foreign Hosiery. Our stock is complete from the extreme 'low-end" to high novelties. OUR PREPAREDNESS For the season now at hand is apparent in Laces, Veilings, White Goods, Silk Mitts, Gloves, Neckwear, Etc. AX WHOLESALE OXLY.) MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. Useful Articles for Invalids.' 11 I I T -111 I . m . ,1 jtrcuninR una J toning imirs lor vaiiui xuu Hwt. Carrying Chairs, 'Wheeled Couche. Food Sterilizers and Desiccators. Kcedln and SpU t'unn. Electric Belts, Insoles and Batteries. Bath Cabinets. VIM. II. ARMSTRONG & CO., South Meridian street. Indianapolis. Inl. INCREASE IN FAILURES FIGURES SLIGHTLY LARGER INDER EXCEPTIONAL CONDITIONS. Small Growth of Wheat Export Iron and Steel Situation Expanding Business with the Retailers. NEW YORK, April 6.-R. G. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade to-morrow will say: Only twice In twe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900. 6 JOLIl.N AIS III SINHSS DIRECTORY. Wm. L. Rice, tvji West Michigan street. Telephones: old, 27; new, "Hi:. Terr'tory west of white river. COALrCOAL Ccburn Coiil Co., East 1 st. Anthracite, coke, hard and oft coal, fbone 244S. DYEIN X'HILL Ski CO., fancy dyers and cleaners; sl!k curtains, any color, cleaned and finished equal to new; Also ladlea lieht cloth Jacket a specialty. ZZ Massachusetts avenue and 1S5 North Illinois street. iLOKIaTSpertermann floral company. New No. gtt Mas are.. 22 N. Del. stJ Tel. 49. Laundries union co-operative laundry. Work called for. 13V 114 Vlrg. are. 'Phone 12fi. MANTELS AND GRATES P. M. PURSELL (Mantel. Furnace?.). 231 Miss, ave. PATENT V. II. LAWYER LOCKWOOD. 415-41 Vmok building. BALE AND LIVERY STAHLES 1IORACD WOOD (Carriages. Trap' Buckboards, etc.) Z Circle. TeL 1007. EUOW CASESWILLIAM WEIOEL. lie Sooth Pennsylvania at. UN D ERT A K ERS FRANK BLANCHARD, 3 N. Delaware st. Tel 41L Lady Attendant....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 April 1900

7 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900. When You Need Money.Come to Us Don't waste any time on the way. "We liuve the money and It Is yours on any reasonable pretext; your iersonal note, i you are a clerk, bookkeeper, salesman, pehool teacher, railway employe or other salaried rerson employed by a responsible roncen. Kasy payments. Fair treatment. Business rtrictly confidential. INDIANA MORTGAGE LOAN CO Room 4, Lombard Ilulldlng, 24 J, East Washington Street. SAFE DEPOSITS. A. F UB7CHER&C05 Sofe Deposit Vo.tJ.lt 30 Cast Washington Street Absolute safety against fir and burglar. Policeman day and night on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money. Bonds. Wills. Deeds. Abstracts. Silver Plate. Jewels and valuable Trunks. Packages, etc. Contains 2.X0O boxes. I'.ent 85 to 84fi per year. JOII3 S. .TAIlKI.CiTO.MMMM.SIanaser. MARKET WAS IRREGULAR l.VDtSTRIALS SHOWED STRENGTH, HAI LR O AUS WE IIB UEAVY. I'reinare to Sell Canned a Decline In Prices Local Trade Expand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 April 1900

B THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900. Toilet Luxuries Things you want at a price one likes to pay 25c for any article in the list. Craddock Medicated Blus Soap, a box. 25c Rogers & Gallet Violet Soap, a cake.. 25c Fancy Jeweled Hat Pins, settings of Turquois, Amethyst or Emeralds ...25c Fancy gold-plated Hair Brooches 25c Chamois Jewel Bags 25c Fancy Pulley Belt Buckles, medallions or plain j... 25c Woodworks Violet of Sicily Rice Fowder 25c All odors of Colgate's Perfumes, an oz., with bottle 25c Three extra large Hair Pins, on card. .25c L. S.AYRES&CO, Sole Agenti for Standard rattern. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. DIFFERENCES OF OPINION "Tho grammar's tod, But oh! my sou I wish you'd did, What Dewey's done." This was written after Dewey had done" for the Spanish fleet Whether it will still hold good after his announcement as a candidate for the Presidency, there may be difference of opinion. It is difference of opinion that make hor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

llffi o 1Ü 1 iD) A .Z - My" r-1 " H) TT A O- , r Pages I to 8 A Pmt One J, QU WEEKLY EST ARLISIIED tTTrVT T Trv rvrt INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1900-TWENTY PAGES. rRICE FIVE CENTS. DA IL. X tSTAULISIIKD lSiO. ) U J. JL N J. UÖ. MÄMDROWNED HAVOC PLAYED BY SUDDEN FLOODS IX PORTIONS OP TEXAS. Dam nnd Power House Washed Array nt Anstln and Eltfht Mm Trapped by the Angry Waters. UANY OTHERS PKOBABLY LOST VICTIMS M:Il AUSTIN 3IAY NUMBER TIIIHTY TO FORTY. City In Darkness rrlth the Colorado River Iloarlnf? Through I,ovrer Portion ot the Place. AN EXTRAORDINARY RISE FORTY FE KT WITHIN TEX HOURS AXD STI LI SWELLING. Railway Train "Wrecked and II l'aa enfipr Rarely Saved from Death In tlie Flood. KUCH PROPERTY DESTROYED NUJIEROUS BUILDINGS SWEPT FROM THEIR FOUNDATIONS. Railway Trafflc Interrupted on Several 1loads-CIrclevlHe Snhl to Have Deen Washed Awny. AUSTIN. Tex. April ".Heavy rains and a cloudburst, in central and southern Texas, have caused great destruction of property and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

THE INDIAUAPOLIS JOURNAL, ÖÜHDAY, AFP.IL 8, KZd. A special rule U1 be framed which will bring tha motion to a vote after several hours of debate. Both e!J';a are using their utmost endeavors to get every absentee to "Washington. The oppoitlon will make the first fisht on the adoption of the rule, but the Republicans who are eanV?!njr the situation express great conntlcr.ee In their ability to put through the programme apreod on at the Republican caucus on Thursday by a larger majority than was secured for the original bill. The Republican caucus committee on order of business of the Senate held a session to-day. but when It adjourned the members declared that nothing had been deflnltely decided on beyond a steady effort to secure final disposition of the measures now receiving the attention of the Senate. These are the Quay case, the Pnllippine bill, the Alaskan code bill and the appropriation bills. They estimate that the disposal of these bills will require two or three weeks' tim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUENAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1C0O. MANY PEOPLE WALKED and a new 'scale 'made -granting an -increase of 20 per cent, to outside day laborers. About five thousand men are affected. THE MYSTERY OF A PLAY TAXES ON INHERITANCES. CIIICAfiO TROLLEY LINKS 1IADLY CKIITLCD DV A STIlIKIi. ME.UIJERS Ol GRAND . STOCK COMPANY SEEK IXFOHMATIO.N. So Large This Year Scvr' York's Asnenfluirnt Hate Haw Ilecn Decreased. O W L 1 i i i 1 Itmv Men nt 'Work la the Toner House .eir'Srheine of Lnborltm The Minor' Strike. CHICAGO. April 7. The South Side surface lines, which were tied up last night hy a strike of power house employes, furnished very uncertain transportation facilities early to-day and thousands of people buffered delay. The cable lines were running, hut the electric lines, which act a? feeders on some streets, were not running at all, and on othor streets so infrequently and with so many delays that patrons preferred to get out and walk to the elevated stations or to the cable l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, IÜ00. X . : 'IS A ALLEGED ULTIMATUM CHINA, IT IS SAID, MIST SlITRHSS BOKHS WITHIS SIXTY DAYS, Or the Power Will Ijind Troop and Proceed to Inflict FnnUh- , . . mrnt Tliemaelv e. ACTION OF UNITED STATES MINISTER CoS'fiUR IXSTItl'CTKD OT TO SIGX JOINT PIIOTCST. Ill Ilepreentntlon and Demand Were, However, In Mne with Those of the Other Nation. "LONDON. April ". A special dispatch from Shanghai announces that the American. British. German and French minister have ent a joint note to the Chinese Foreign Olhce, demanding the total suppression of the Society of Boxers within two month and announcing that, otherkle, the powers mentioned will land troops and march into the Interior of the rorihern provinces of Shan-Tung and ChiIo, in order to secure the safety of foreigners. According to the same dispatch, the American. Italian and French legations arc riow provided with naval guns from the large gathering of warships at Taku. Liu Kun Ylh, viceroy ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1S00. 5 S i OPERATIONS DELAYED AMKItICAX AVOniC AT 1 Alt IS EXPOSITION IS BEING IIAMPCIIED. French People Retard Foreign Exhlblts In Order that Their Oirn JIny He lirt Put In Place. EPIDEMIC OF GALLIC DUELS IT HAS ITS Oil If5 IN IN THE ANTISKMITIC PROPAGANDA. saW he," "Is impossible. Coups d'etat are not made at the naval ports of L'Orient, Brest or . Toulon, "whither such troops would be broueht. Coups d'etat are made in Paris. I know something: of them. They have often, been proposed to me. The pro posers have not even waited . till I became a minister. They, were- satisfied . with my rank of ceneral. s . . But," he added amid laughter, "I said to myself,-my friend, if they make this proposal to you, they must have made the same to others, and I felt humiliated, and refused the proposals for three reasons first, I had sufficient self-pride not to commit the crime of treason against my coun try; second, I found the proposals Ptupld and imp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1CC0. HCOSIERSWON THE GAME INDIANAPOLIS DEFKATED. HOC1IESTEIt DY A XAimoW MARCilN. field AYa Hough and Errors Were Xameront-Ttam Showed Great Hatting Strength Ilasebnll Gossip. In the neighborhood of one thousand people gathered at Washington Tark yesterday afternoon to. help Inaugurate the opening ball gams of the preliminary season and to enjoy the pleasant ripples of enthusiasm "which creep over a "fan" "when the umpire cric3 out in stentorian tones, 'You're out!" to an opposing player. The opposing teams In yesterday's game were Indianapolis and Rochester, N. Y., the latter beics last year's champions of the Eastern League. Indianapolis carried off the victory but there was not enough of a margin in the two scores to weigh down the home players. "When all was over the score stood It to 13 In favor of Indianapolis. The frame wa9 not the kind that bubbles over vrlth excitement, but there was plenty of butting and also many errors, many of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 0, KZd. THREE CASES OF SUICIDE Finn and roisox Tim two ways ciioscx to i:nd tiiolhliis. (er Story Sprnnj? in the Duncnn Marder Cusp Hfynmn "Will Sustained -pit Library at YVnbnah. Fp'il to the Indianapolis Journal. MCNCIE. Ind.. April 7. To-day. near Iarel. Mrs. Rudolph Cravens, aged forty years, set fire to the barn and was ererr..itMl in the structure during the absence of her husband. She had taken treatment In an ln?anc hospital, but recently was released as cured. Three weeks ago her brother, Allen De Witt, hanged himself Jr. the barn. frank Gaughan, aged sixty-two years, was found dead In "bed this morning In this city, having taken his own life with forty prains of strychnine, while one-half of a grain would have accomplished the deed. He retired as uual last night and was fcund dead by a little granddaughter. His wife died two years uso and despondency Is given as the probable cause. Irrespective Bridegroom Took Ioion. ;ial to the Indi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APHIL 8, 1E0O. This Vcck-Eiwhlblt of Oils, Water Colors and Monographs BY THE If. LIEBER COMPANY, 24 WeMahlitan fctrert. Mficakdcrc? o! Grill aad Fret Work. GET IT QUICK! Two Carloads of MONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE AT 4, 5, 6 and 8 Cents COME EARLY THE GREAT SPRING CHANCE Albert Gall Carpets, Draperie?, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 IVeat Washington Street, llardwoed Floor laid, finish! and rsCnished. "TELL THE TRUTH" Spoclolsi Potatoes, I5c a bushel. Canned Goods reache. Egs and Green Gage Plume, FMrs. 1. Early June Sifted Pea?, 11c a can; fine Bwest Corn. "Pic; 3 lb. Tomatoes, V.ic Roasted Coffee? Santos, 13c; Maracalbo, Ve; Golden Itlo, SAC Tea. c; Mc. Tea. 40c." 1 lbs. Granulated Suffar, 1; 13 lbs. Boft A. $1. Everything the market affords In Southgrown vegetables. Monarch Grocery 112 E Washington St. Telephone H53 I6th and Illinois Sts, Tel. 1469. Jewelry of EasterTime Appropriate remembrances for Easter giving are found in abundance in the jewelry store. Ju...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

Part Two Pages 9 to 16 PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY -MORNING, APRIL 8, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ! i 1 i 1 t: r I r! r TT u ( no O 1 11 V I Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods. A O f Ik E A demands vour immediate attention. Not that we C the near future; that's assured by the most casual peep into our well-filled cases. But special orders for this week's delivery should be spoken for to-morrow. Making everybody's hat within a ''& dav is bevond even the Avres facilities. Incidentally, allow us to remark that vou'H miss 'Jjj spring's fairest millinery show if you pass this present assembly of swell headwear. Shoe Economy Points to Queen Quality When you can buy all the style, all the comfort, all the wear of a $5 shoe for $3, why waste that $2? Then, with one pair of Queen Quality outwearing two of the $1.98 , sort, where's the economy of so cheap a makeshift? Queen Quality Shoes are high enough In cost to embody every virtue of the most expensive, yet SJ ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

10 two of our IIro!or projectors hired a ! cros-cut ?aw for &0 cents an hour, felled a tree, rawed out boards, bought a piece of zinc, perforated It, and manufactured a "cradle." It con 51, and when ready to move weeks later the two owners fold It rt-adily Tr two ounces of gold, or An ounce of goh!, Jlf,, was a good day's work at that time, and $10. per day was the average man's luck. Gold, otherwise than L'd In the ground, was obtainable In Kan Francisco, and William Robinson soon left the gold-fields at "Weaversville for hauling freight at '0 per day In Sin Francisco. Food, dry goods of all kinds, tools, furniture, all cla5es of freight needed by miners was pourlr.jj Into San Francisco by ship loads from New York; mules and drivers were at a premium, and U or 3 per load from the vharves was easily earned. After two years of California life tha New Albany men, one by one, returned to their homes; by ship to Panama, thence to Xcw Orleans and to Indiana. A SECOND EXPEDITI...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

11 5 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1900. TteCity'sOCIAL-.UFE Events, Oayetles and Personal Activities of the Week E3 According to a New York paper, the fcostes. at a recent dinner, decided, after much 'agitation, to wear black with u l unch of violets. Mrs. A , looking lovelior than ever In Mack with a bunch of violets, was the lirst guest. Soon after l.f r came Mi.-s B in black with a bunch ol violets. The C'e and the D's arrived together Mrs. C being dressed In black with a bunch of violet?, while Mrs. D wuro Mack with a bunch of violets. Miss i: entered the drawing room a little j.ste. but no sooner had the first greetings hm made than an irrepressible, long-i-Mwn-out "Wc-e-H." went round the asm mMed company. Miss E wore black with a bunch of violets. "Was it planned?" r:-k"l on of the men guests. "Were all fix of you in deliberate collusion to ap- . ar this evening in uniform and a kind oi" mourning uniform at that?" The . rr.n had much difficulty In convincing th-...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 April 1900

. 12 i i "4 i 1 ' Q'JJ XJNX) Y J OTJH X I SUNDAY, APRIL 1000. Telephone Call. ru-'Inwr Orr.ce iZi Editorial noons 5 TLUKS OP 9il'I19C!lIlT10. V - UAIL.T J'r MAIL. DalJv only, ore month, v. too S.v Daily only, three mmths Ifcilly ofiljr, one yer Dally. Incl-j llrvr "Sun. lay, one year., fcunday only, one y?ar 2.W WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Taily. per wek. by carrier, I' rts Funliy. jfJnele coyv & ct Daily and Sunday, jer wek. by carrier.... -) cts Ter year U-W Xleducnl Itatcn to Clnbs. . Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or rni subscription tu tne JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. rmons nen-V.r.z th Journal thronen th malls In th rnitr.l SftR nhoul.l rut on an eleht-raKe paper a ONK-CKNT j-xtase tamr: on a twelve or 3ixte-n-pae paper a TWO-CENT potaire str.mp. Forrljjn pvta.i?e is usually double the rais. All communlrntlonj Intended for publication In tM rrr miKt in irriWr tr receive attention. be crompanled by the nam and address of the writer. Ileloot...

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