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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUItNAL, SUNDAY, A?ML 8, 1CC0. IS GIANTNATURALFURNACE IlBMAUKABLC DISCOVERY OX THE AMERICAN ARCTIC COAST LI NC. Tvenr MIIcj of n Great CHIT Seamed vrith Coal Smoking and Blas ius Ice All Around. St. Louis Republic. The roost extraordinary feature of the arctic regions has now been discovered. It is a burnin? cliff 2,000 feet in height and twenty miles lonp, the whole of which is a rr.ass of flames and smoke. This amazins discovery has been made by Trof. A. J. Stone, of the American Museum of Natural History. Professor Stone vis ited points of tho arctic never before ex plored. This may be the reason why the picruntic burning cliff which he discovered has never been referred to in the reports of previous arctic explorers. When seen from afar Professor Stone at firt supposed that the great cloud of smoke issuing from the burning cliff was a cumins storm. He ordered hU party into t. Storni camp, where all went to sleep. The following morning the cloud was still there....

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 April 1900

11 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1900. THE MUSIC FOR EASTER sriiciAt, piiocnAMMKs to ni: uivnx DV Tili: CITY CHOIRS. A Wealth of Jnjoas Anthrmi Appro printe to the Day Old and AfW 31 UM I Ca As a rule the EaMT musical Fcrvlce Is the xv.ont Important to the choir of the en tire year, even eclipsing Christmas with Its wealth of Joyous anthems. The local choirs have made the u.ual special prepa ration this year. and many lntere.tlnff pro grammes will be found below. The Prot ectant churches are ulng a better class of muflc than for some time past, some pro grammes containing 4 Gregorian reminis cences, the foundation of pure religious music. The Catholic churches have chosen very sparingly from their many masters, the most prominent bring Carl Maria von Weber's ma53 In G and parts of Mozart's mass, No. -12. The reveral sacred cantatas to be given are from the best of modern composers. Catholic Clinrchea ST. MARY'S. High Mass at n o'Clock. Kyrie Gloria Farmer VeH Creator La...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1C00. 15 gr PUBLISHED BT SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT KIM 7TV J P i ne reasi or toe widen wi By MRS. EQERTON EASTWICK, Author of "The Rabic3 of lUjunir," Etc. Copyright, iwo. b7 Mr. Egerton Eastwick. Er : What a delightful little golden god. Phil!" v "Ah! If one could loot, him! "Why he E;u5t bo worth " Thirty thousand rupees," said Miss Carr. 'Andrew told me this morning." They were standing before the golden im cqe of Supramanlm Swamz an Incarnation of Siva the property of the Tenang Chit- ties, and he was squatted upon a ledge or altar beneath the central dome of his tem- There was but little daylight In the place, but the flames of small innumerable Limps pierced the gloom of an undefined lackground, casting a reddish glow over th precious yellow metal of the Image, while not far away cymbals clashed and tom-toms beat, and hundreds of little bells tinkled not unmusically. The lamplight touched the white gown end fair English face of the girl who...

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

n 10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1CCÖ. FOR FEMININE READERS ART OP COXVnitSATIOX SHOULD DC LEARNED WITHIN THE FAMILY. JCln1 Women Are Cultlvntlnj Orator ical Talent Kanter Clothe and Easter CJ If tv Various Hint. I believe that the ordinary family con versation around the dinner table has much to do with the dullness and weariness of "society talk," Fays a writer In the New York rot. There b no reason why any reasonably Intelligent iarty of near rela tives should not have great enjoyment In the exchange of their Ideas and opinions and sharpen each other's wits to a very keen edge. Perhaps a negative course might help and finally take fruitful Issue in a very agreeable affirmative. If all discussion of neighborhood gossip could be forbidden, it xnlght be a good beginning. That In family conclave it should be resolved that at din ner time no one should discuss whether rZlr3. ' had "lost her cook again," or why she could never keep a servant, might prove helpful. That th...

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

f Part Threel - I -" -1) Ä 0 v Fares 17 iz 2 J OD PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. New Idea Patterns Are rrrfrrcd because it is not necessary to allow for scams thus paving labor, material and a amoral nuisance; and Jim think, the price for any and all ia tut lO cents Dr Such is our case. Overconfident Manufacturers and Wholesalers find they have overestimated iheir outlet and are forced to unload at a big loss. OUR CAPACITY FOR UNLOADING places us in a position to take advantage of the situation. To-morrow Their Loss Will Be Your Gain If you avail yourself of the opportunity you will find it the greatest money-saving offering in Dress Goods for many a month to come. The offering consists of this spring's choicest weaves and colors. An early attendance is desirable. 35c, 40c and 50c Dress Goods To-morrow N . 25 Cents a Yard HENRI KTTAS Yard wide, new spring shade?, black and colors, Ck; quality. SERGES i Inches wide, all the leading: c...

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

COPY 18 32 :ndiai;apolig jgIjiiual,. giwday, -Ai'niL. 8, ic:. SEE ALSO FOLLOWING x-Quccn Isabella, lived In regal Kate, his .halls filled Mrith rlrgrant furniture, costly i'ntlnz ar.l -iTorwcs and his grounds con- ".ins acre of orans proves and rare Actions of tropical plants. The palace tvas Luiit for a navai ?tum vj un v ... - . i Vi nm. panions of Columbus and dedicated to the mariner's paint In gratitude for having been avel from a tempest. Isabella gave it to her Flstrr, the Duchess de Montpen fier. and after the revolution of is 15 ?he and her hu.-nand made it their principal residence. They were exceedingly popular In Seville, where they did a great deal of pool by careful and discriminating charity, nnd also In the encouragement of art and rdcill of every ' description. San Telmo's marble courts and halls', embellished with rrabeuc? and verses from the Koran, a fountain playing In each chamber, are beautiful beyond description, but, being en tirely without rire-piacvp. are a...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS. JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1C0O. 10 It Is not -what you earn, but -what you rave, that makes wealth." Have you acquired the habit of system atic savins? Arc you In debt? If so, do you want to prepare to meet it? Do you want a safe and permanent In vestment at a fair rate of interest? iv you wish your money to aceumulatc jv?thout causing- you annoyance and care? Are you trying to collect money for any particular purpose? Are you putting aside a fund to take care of yourself in old age? Arc you prepared to meet the "Rainy Pay" which comes to almost everyone sooner or later? DEPOSIT YOUR SURPLUS FUNDS IN THE Indiana Trust Co. 3 PER CENT. INTEREST Faid on Deposits of $1 and Upward, which may be made at any time. Offices in Company's Building A Net 6 Investment Preferred Sleek in the NEW BATES HOUSE SUCCESS ASSURED Two-third? of the ttock already taken by conservative home investors. Send for copy of PRINTED PROSPECTUS, giving full particulars, with list of sub-t-cribers...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 April 1900

20 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, . APüIL .0, 1ZZ2. Adflc Ritchie and Toby Claude are the bright particular feminine stars of the London r reduction of "The Itelle of New York." which is to bo the sole attraction at English' Opera Houf-c the current week. The engagement 1 for Frltlay and Saturday n!5ht3 and a .peclal matinee Faturtlay. Mit a Ritchie was comparatively unknown In the theatrical world three years ago, but her clever work in "The Bello" has determined her position as one cf the foremost oubrettes on the Ameri can Ftage. It Is scarcely possible that the njational reception accorded Miss Toby Claude In New York fomc weekn ago is not familiar to Indianapolis theater devotees. Kven the mo.t conservative of newspapers In the metropolis fairly "raved" over her chic beauty, dainty form and fetching ways. It Is haid that Rflna May was con sumed with Jealousy as she stood in the winK at the New York Casino on the first performance of "The Belle" after the re turn from London ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 9 April 1900

JOUBNAI rary jSJ n ri WEKKLY FSTAFI.TS!IEr 1C3. J VAT T Vfk QO DAILY ESTADLI.SHED J ' JJ. J IN VJ, Ot). INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1900. Q rT?VfTC I AT RAILWAY NKYVS STANDS. OS lLjj O jjl lO. J TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. J CENTS. INBIAMAPOLI ) V V f ) IN TIGHT PLACE UOEHS SOW TIIVIXG TO PEX IT ROB ERTS IN BLOEMFONTEIN. Wirr Reported to Hnre Been Cut and Attempt 3lade to Destroy the Hallway to the Sooth. FIGHTING EXPECTED SOON WOMEN AND OTHER N0NC0MBAT- AMS ORDERED TO LUAVC. Report from Pretoria that Gen De Wet Has Captured -l.'O Ilrltons and Valuable Stores. FREE STATE IN ARMS AGAIN RESULT OP It ECKST It EVE HS ES TO THE IIH1TISII INVADERS. Boer Boastlnsr that the Slormberg and CoIesberK Commandoes Have Escaped Capture. NO TRACE OF IRISH FUSILIERS CEXEIIAL CAT A CUE Altltl VED AT REDDEnSBtHG TOO LATE. Boer Arrount of the Water Worki Affair Effort to Arouse the Stvail and Ilaiutos ' Aenlnit British. LONDON. April 9, 4:50 a. m. When it Is borne in mind that all the dispatches fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 9 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. mines In the Transvaal are worth fighting for and we are going to keep on fighting until we get them.' The British love for gold la proverbial. Wherever gold has been discovered, there the British have turned a wistful and longing- eye. When gold was discovered In Alaska, only a few years apo, It will 1? remembered how quickly an ef fort was made to extend the Canadian line far enough westward to take in the gold fields. And no doubt had the British gov ernment not been anticipating the present troubles over the gold Melds In the Trans vaal there would h ive been trouble on the part of the United States RoveMment In keeping control of the gold fields In Alas ka." Referring to the Jameson raid and cer tain incidents connected with It. Mr. Davis asked: "How long would the people of our Republic stand it If foreigners from any country in the world were to come here and. after getting rich in our gold mines, would undertake to control our...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 9 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. New York Store CMabllahed ISM. Sole Agent Bntterlck Pattern. Printed Silk and Satin Foulards For the spring season. A magnificent assortment of the new weaves. PRINTED TWILLS, PRINTED LIBERTY SILKS, PRINTED LIBERTY BROCIIES, PRINTED PEAU DE SO IE, All in the latest and most novel de signs, among which will be found Per sian Cashmere, two tone, three tone and illuminated effects, comprising a collection of high-class Silks ia prices ranging from.... 85c to $2.00 a Yard West Aisle. Pettis Dry Goods Co. fUR 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. Ada Rchan is playing In repertoire at the Olympic Theater, St. L,ouis. the current week. Edward E. Rice is getting up a summer opera company for one of the parks In the suburbs of St. Louis. Jane Hading is soon to rcapper in Paris at the Gymnase in Henry Bataillc's new play, "L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 9 April 1900

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1S0O. Telephone Call. Du-Ine Office 22$ I EJitorial Rooms 86 TERMS OF Sl'IISCUIITIOX. DAILY BY MAIL. Dlly only. on month IMliy only, three months. 2. no 1.00 in. M 2.00 Dally only. one year.. Dallr. Incl'Kltnjr 8un!ay. one year.. Sunday only, one year WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. l"a!!v. per wk. by carrier 13 cts Hunlay. single copy cts Pally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Per year. $1.00 lied need Unten to Club. Eub-erib with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Person endinsr the Journal through the malls In the United Statin should put on an eiht-pare paper a ON.S-CENT postage otamp: on a twelve or s!xteen-pace paper a TVVtVCENT po-taire stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In thla paper mut. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and ad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 9 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. -ft 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. (AT WHOLESALE OCIY.) MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air 11. rillow and Chair Cushions, Hospital Rlnici. Urinals, Ked Pans. Fountain and Bulb hvrJncs. Hot Water Bottie. Stoir.acn Tube and Show rr iUthJ. Bath Cabinet. WM. H. ARMSTRONG & CO.. SL'GKICAL INSTRUMENT MAKERS E2 and 224 South Meridian St. past, must be acknowledged by all who know anything of the subject. Prof. Wlck ersham Is to be congratulated on having produced such an excellent contribution to the literature of the day. Published by Charles Scrlbner's Sons. The Prelnde and the Tiny, Kufua Mann's "The Prelude and the Play" U a high-clap novel, and It Is po modern the characters...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 9 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. JOURNAL'S IIUSIXKSS niRIICTORY. Wm. I Hlce. 2;,i Weat Mlchta-an trt. TI phone:: old. 2S7); new, 31i2. Territory west of white river. COAL COAlr-Ccburn Coal Co.. Ewat 2td t. An thracite, cke. hard and oft coal. Phon Zu. DYEING BRILL Sc. CO.. fancy drers and cleaner; silk curtains, any color, cleaned and finished equal t new; also ladles' llht cloth Jacket a spe cialty. 23S Massachusetts avenue and U5 North Illinois atret. FLOKLSTS- HERTKRMAN-X FLORAL COMPANY. ' Nw No.241 Mans ave.. N. Del, st. Tel. SM. Laundries irNioN co-orRi.ATivn laundry. Work called for. U3-144 Vine. ave. Thon 1W. MANTELS AND CiKATEs r. M. rURSELI (Mantels. Furnace). 231 Mass. are. I'ATÜNT LA WYE KS V. IL LOCKWOOD. 41S-411 Lemcke building. bALE AND LIV'EUY fcSTAI.LEi HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap Buck- poaro. etc bliOW CASES WILLI A if WEIOEL. 25 Circle. Tel. 17. US South Pennsylvania at. UNDERTAKERS FRANK RLAN'CIIAHD. 9 N. Delaware at. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. Waul,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 9 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. BANK RESERVES LOVER ui:kklv statcmcnt showed a taxli:i) mo.m-:y situation. Vrrk Trice Chance Irreunlnr. with Some .rt Lodm-n-Fntorablf As pect of Local Hnslnraa. At New York Saturday money on call was steady at Z'ai per cent.; last loan, 4 per cent. Prime mercantile raper, 4fi5 per cent. Sterling exchange was steidy, with ac tual business in bankers' Mils at il.hf&i'Q for demand and Jl.ttVji SSV for six ty days; posted rates. Ji.M and 31.S?1,?: com mercial bill?, !.824 tS3. Silver certMeates were GOflSlVic; bar sil ver, 59-c; Mexican dollars, 47ic. At Lon don bar silver was 71 an ounce. Exports of Rold and silver from New Tork, ior the week ending: Saturday, were $"'1,737 In pold. and ?1.3,S17 In silver barg and coin. Specie Imports for the same per iod were &I,7'j6 In gold and 72,15T In silver. The weekly statement of the associated Js'ew York banks. Issued Saturday, shows the following changes: Surplus reserve, decrease $1.9...

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

8 THE .INDIANAPOLIS -JOURNAL,' MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900. L. S. AYRES & CO. Sole Afifnti for Standard Patterns. The Miniature Artist Announces this week as the last to which he will extend his pres ent special prices. Twenty more orders will fulfill his contract, and this extension to next Saturday is a concession which wc trust you'll appreciate as much as wc. Miniature &X3.r0 Cabinet Size t$000 8 by 19-Inch size IH.OO (Art Department, Third Floor.) This Week-Exhibit of Oils, Water Colors and Monographs by jo lire t. ixixxi3re. THE H. LIEBER COMPANY, 24 West Wanhlnjctan Street. Maonfactarer of Grilles and Fret Work. GET IT QUICK! Two Carloads of Wall Paper MONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE AT 4, 5, 6 and 8 Cents COME EARLY THE GREAT SPRING CHANCE Albert Gall Ccrpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 ad 1 TOcat Waalnto Street. Ctrdwood Floor UI4. fiaUh3 a&& rtflnlshtd. Hi- ft H 2 Jm.m The Present or the Future? Which Is of the most pressing concern? The present, moat certainly, because one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 April 1900

Y 1 IMBI AM AEOLIS JGUBW AI I V.r SSS'S,BR;iIi5,Kc,Sia- l VOL. -Jtfb,, . - INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1900. PRICE 3 CENTS. OSS'SSSSSSiiSS. r r r" f i I . 1 ? J NO EASY TASK BRITOSS BEGIXSIXG TO REALIZE ROBERTS HAS HIS IIA.VDS FILL. Aoir Reluctantly Admit that He Has a South Afrirnn Winter Cam paign Before Ulm MUST STAY AT BLOEMFONTELN UNTIL RHMOtSTS AM) WARM CLOTH ING ARC SECURED. Lord Kitchener Assigned (o the Duty of Protecting the Railway South of the City. 1IAFEKING TO BE RELIEVED EIGHTH DIVISIOV OF THE ARMY ORDERED TO KIMUKIILKV. Bewildering Movement of Troop and Alumerous Rumors Efforts by Boers to Capture? Brabant's Horse. LONDON, April 10, 5 a. m. Britons are now beginning, though reluctantly, to real ize that Lord Roberts Is In for a winter campaign lasting several months. This Is the end. In a few words, of the high hopes based on Lord Roberts's brilliant dash to Klmberley and Bloemfonteln. Preparations are being made to hold Bloemfonteln against surprises. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900. pealed to the State Supreme Court and was there decided a.ilnst Gundling. He then brought the case to the federal Supreme Court, alleging the ordinance to be con trary to the Constitution of the United States. Justice Beckham delivered the opinion of the court. saying: Regulations respecting the pursuit of a awful trad? or busdness are of vtry frequent occurrence In the various cities of the country, and what such regulations hall be. ami to what particular trade, business or occupation they shall apply arc questions for the state to determine, and their determination cornea within the proper exercise of the police power by the Mate, and unless the regulations aro ?o utterly unreasonable and extravagant In their nature and purpose that the property and personal rights of citizens are unnecessarily and In a manner wholly arbitrarily interfered with or de stroyeo without due process of law, they do not extend beyond the power of the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 April 1900

TEE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900. 3 New York Store Established ISM. Sole AfenU Butterlck Patterns. TBOOKS. Deep Price Cuts A good line of titles from such authors as Dana, Carlisle, Hen tj, Spencer, Cain, etc. The standard edition of 12mos, cloth bound, worth 50c, for 20c Taper-back boots, a good assort ment of titles 5c Miss Rorer's Cool: Book, paper bound 8c East Center Table. Pettis Dry Goods Co. Easter Novelties Neckwear, Shirts, Gloves, Walking Sticks A large assortment of CORRECT STYLES In every department. We have Just what you want No use looking elsewhere. Paul H. Krattss, 44 E. Washington St. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Core This preparation Is particularly adapted to ttaa treatment of acute COLDS. COUGHS. L.A GRIPPE. BRONCHITIS. CATARRH. HEAD ACHE, ETC. and the formula aa now prepared Is the result of the long experience and exhaus tive research of the world's most distinguished specialist In this class of diseases. HID ER' S DRUG STORE. Wash, and Pecn. Sts ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1000. Telephone On II. Business Office 223 Editorial Room. .SC TCR3IJ OF St Il.SCIUPTIOV. D.ULY BY MAIL. Daily onlr. n month $1.7 lally only, thre month .1 2-ll Ially only, one yar 8.'") Dally, including Sunday, one year l'. Luri-lay onfy. cne year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BT AGENTS. Dally. per week, by carrier Funday. finely copy lally and Sunday. per week, by carrier.... WEEKLY. 13 cts r, cts 20 ct .-1.00 I 'er year Itedncert Rate to Clnbu. Subscribe with any r.f our numerous agents or end subscription to the, JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis Intl. Person sending the Journal throuzh the malls In the United states phouM put on an elght-pajre rEer a OXR-CEXT poatait- stamp: on a twelve or slxte-n-.Tacre paprr a TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double tlu'se rates. All fomraunioatlons Intended for publication In thL paper must. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by th...

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