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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 June 1900

i 7 1 IM) OLI TVEKKLT TTSTAFLTFUED ) VHT T "VO 10 DAILY ESTABLISHED 1SC0. J vi. -L J. LOO, INDIANAPOLIS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1900. -rvTrvn o nT?xTrrc at railway news ftands. on X 11V,1J O V;Jjll IC. 1 TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. 5 CENTS. S, A do KRÜGER TALKS TELLS A COIinCSI'OXDCM WHY HE FLED FR03I PRETORIA. Says He Would Onlr Harf Played Into the llniida of I he British by Staying in Hie Torrn. HE IS NOW IN A EAILWAY CAE WHICH WILL DK HIS CAPITAL UNTIL THE WAR IS OVER. lie Reiterates That the Burghers Are Folly Determined to Fight ; to the Last. TRANSVAAL TREASURE HIDDEN AND HE IIAS NO INTENTION OF TELL ING RODERTS WHERE IT IS. XIruffer Also Sara He Will Not Take Refuse on a Dutch War Ves- ael Drltlab. Prisoners. t LONDON, June 8, 3 a. m. The executive officers of the Transvaal government are la a railway car, which is shunted on a switch at Machadodorp station. President Kruger caused the Interior of the coach to be reconstructed some time ago. with a view to contingencies that have n...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1900. It was Mr. Cannon and not Mr. Grosvenor who embraced him. Mr. Lentz got In another word about the Coeur oT Alene testimony, which drew from Mr. Laeey. of Iowa, a shot to the effect that th? minority view of the Coeur d'AUne trouble had not betn sustained In Idaho yesterday, where the Democrats had in dorsed Governor Steunenberg's action. I do not believe it,'; replied Mr. Lentz. "At any rate he was not Indorsed In Sho- hone county, where all the facts are known." CAR-COUPLKR LAW AMENDED. A bill was passed to amend the car coupler law fo as to require railroads to report monthly under oath to the Interstate-commerce Comml?5ion all accidents to their employes and to make reports as to all collisions between trains. Mr. Overstreet, of Indiana. attempted to bait Mr. Lentz with a resolution to give a condemned cannon to the Sons of Veterans, but Mr. Lentz, with the remark that the Sons of Veterans would like to read the story of how their f...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY. JUNE 8, 1900, 3 New York Store established 1833. Sole Acents Datterlck Fatterns. a Black Goods Opportunity Of Importance ON- CENTER BARGAIN TABLE 44-inch extra heavy all-wool black Storm Serge, worth 59c, to-day a yard ooo ooo Pettis Dry Goods Co. "TELL THE TRUTH" Lion Coffee, 12ic a pkg; fine Santos, our own roasting. 15c a lb; Maraea (equal to a Zöc coffee), only 20c. 70c a lb for teas equal to $1 quality Young Hyson. Oolong, English Breakfast. Impe rial. A fine tea at 50c a pound. These are especially fine for Iced tea. Fresh country eggs. 12c; dressed hens. lie: dressed spring chickens. 25c a lb; new potatoes, 30c a peck. MONARCH GROCERY 112 East Washington St !6th and Illinois Sts. Telephone 1453 TeL 1469 UR Large Stock and Large Bus In ess enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J. JIAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St. Second largest Shoe Store In the World. AMUSEMENTS. The places of Irving, Terry and the Ken- dals In American theatricals next sea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 June 1900

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1900. 1 THE DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1900. Telephone Calls. Business OSc....&S Editorial Rooms...... 8 terms op subscription, daily by ma ii. Pally cnlr. one monh Si."1) IaJlr only, three months Dally only, on year 8-00 Iallr. including Sunday, one year 13.00 Eunday only, en year.. Z OO WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Iany. Pr week, by carrier 1$ cts Funday. single copy 5 cts Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 23 cts "WEEKLY. Per year $1.00 Tied need Ilatea to Cluba. 8-jbscrlba with any of our numerous ajents or send subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending; the Journal throush th malls rn th United Stat should put on an elj?ht-pae Taper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve , vr lzteen-pe parr a TWO-CENT posta? stamp. Foreign postage is usually double these rates. AH communications Intended for publication In this paper mut, In order to receive attention, be. accompanied by the came and a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1900. The absolutely pure BAKING POWDER ROYAL the most celebrated of all i the baking powders in the world cele brated, for its great leav ening strength arid purity. It makes your cakes, bis cuit, bread, etc., health ful, it assures you against alum and all forms of adulteration that go with the cheap brands. V RECEPTION IN PAVILION AMERICAN DUILDIXG AT TUB FAIUS - SHOW ILLUMINATED. French Official and Visitors Enter tainedKing: Oicar of Xorway nnd Sweden nt the Fair. PARIS. June 7. The United States Na tional Pavilion was attractively Illuminated thbrevenlng. the occasion being a reception given by the American Chamber of Com merce in Paris to the French officials of the exposition and the Americans In the city. The function served to bring together many, Americans and pome 5o0 persons at tended the affair. Among those present were Ambassador Porter and the embassy staff. Consul General Gowdy and the con sulate staff. Commissioner General ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 June 1900

l6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1900. JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. m. L. nice. 2305 West Michigan street. Tele phone!: old. S7id; new, 21. Territory west of btte rlrer. COAL j 4 COAL Ccfcurn ' Cr. I Co., Eit 22J t. An tbraclte. coke, hard and soft coaL Phone lui. FLORISTS- . - BKHTERif AVM FLORAL. COM PANT. New No. 2U Mass are.. 22 S. DeL at. TeL ill. LAUNDRIES tTNIOX CO-OPK R ATT VS LA UND RT. Work called for. E3-I44 Vlrg. are. 'f hone 1253. MANTELS AND G RATES P. IL PURS ELL. (Mantels. FumMf), 231 Mass. are. PATENT LAWYERS V. IL LOCK WOOD, , 41S-4T8 LmcVe building. BALE AND LIVERY ET ARLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. EucV boards. etc.) ZS Circle. TeL 1037. SHOT? CASES- WILLIAM WEIGEL. , 243 South Meridian Street. UND EF T AKERS FRANTC ELANCTIAItD, 83 N. Delaware st. Tel 41t Ladr Attendant WALL, PAPERS IL C STEVEN'S, New Style Wall Farf. Low prices. 9:3 N. Senate are. TeL 1 on 22. FUNERAL1 DIRECTORS. PLANNER & BUCHANAN Licensed mbtlmn.) Can ship diphtheria and e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 19Q0. tiijg: Central Trust Company Acta mm executor, administrator, puardlan. r reiver. !fiinn! or trustee unrter will or by ap pointment of court. Takts entire charje of eftttrs, real and pr icnal. . Acts as agent fr rr.r.rrled women and others rsrct!ng their In-iltldual property in the man- tfnint of their estate. Acts as custodian for will and other lmpor tint pipfn. and consult 3 to thtm and all trust matters without charge. Office No. 150 East Market St. THE MARION TRUST CO I " .V 3 INTEREST ' On alf Deposits of $1 or more " NO FEES OF ANY KIND. SAFi: DEPOSITS. S. A. FLE7CHER& CO.'S Safe Xt3TOfisit; 'Vo.vtlt 30 Eaat Washington Street Absolut safety against Are and burglar. Po liceman dar nd night on guard. Designed for afe keeping of Money, Bonds. Wills. Deeds. Ab stract. Sllrer Plate. Jewels and valuable Trunks. Packages. . etc Contains 2.100 boxes. lient 85 to If 45 per resr. JOIIX 8. TARKLGTO..ManRffer. STAGNATION IS MARKED .DULL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 8 June 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1D00. . Spreads Assortments are complete, even to those much "wanted and scarcely-to- be-found colored ones. ' Qualities mentioned to-day are above the average in merit, and, at the prices, are unquestionably low. Friocretl spreads for brass beds, in yellow, pink, light blue, red . and dark blue, largest size.$3.50 Same quality for single beds..$2.50 Hemmed marseilles quilts, in larg est size, handsome patterns, bargains at $2.50 Fringed crochet spreads, in the larg est size, all white, extra value at $2.00 L. S. AyHESxa. CO y otc Agents for Standard Patterns Mannfactnrer of Grilles and Fret Work. LINOLEUM As a floor covering" you know about It tough as ox hide fits like rubber. Good In all weathtr and all seasons. Do you know about the inlaid kind? Made under hydraulic pressure. The col ors go clear through they're In. Can't wear off. Beautiful as It's durable. Every pattern and each a work of art. All kinds of Linoleum covering the whole...

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

INDIANA; IQTONAL INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1U00. TT TrtT? O .OT?'VrrC S AT RAILWAY NWS FTANW. ON DAILY ESTABLISHED 1SC0. I Uli. lii U. luU. 1 lllXj ö JJil 1C, ) TRAIN'S AND SUNDAYS. I CENTS. 7 r BOXERSSTRONG SAID TO NUMBER 4,000,000, AND LED ItV ZEALOl'S FANATICS. 3!ore Povrerfnl Than Any Political Party in China, and Intrenched la 3Ian Communities. RUMORS OF A BIG BATTLE O.XE nEPORT SAYS tiOO OF THE BOX ERS WERE KILLED, While Another Acconnt Has It That the Chinese Troop Were Rooted Near Pao-Ting-Fu. OFFICIALS PLAYING DOUBLE OrESLY PRETENDING TO COMBAT THE DOXER JIOVE3IENT, Dot Secretly Encouraging the Fanat ic In Their "Patriotic" Cru sade Against Foreigners, INSTRUCTIONS TO CONGER 3ICST NOT INVOLVE THE UNITED STATES WITH OTHER POWERS. Cannot Formally Co-Operate, lint Must Protect Our Interests Mission aries Hacked to Pieces. LONDON, June a.-Definlte returns re garding the severe fighting: between the Chinese troops and the Boxers that was going on Thursday between T...

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

l'HE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1800. tucky, thirty-three years ago, and was converted on the streets of Covington. Ky., Ave years ago. He served a term in the Jefferson ville penitentiary. In l&SS, for lar ceny. He had been arretted In Indianapolis frequently during - the pan year and had caused much trouble in thin locality. Carey was thirty-five years of age. a son of Com missioner Lemuel Carey, and was well and favorably known. lie Wmm Frequently Arretted Hy the Poller fur Ills Adlon. The police here had no end of trouble with Johnson when he was preaching on the streets. He was arrested time after time for obstructing the streets and was several times fined In Police Court. There are now on the city clerk's dockets unpaid fines which were stayed. Johnson's - favorite place for holding his open air meetings was at the corner of Washington street and Kentucky avenue, where he would talk from a small pulpit on wheels. had quite a following among people who thought...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1900. 3 New York Store CatahlUhed 1S53. Sole Agents Batterlck rattern. ladies' Tailored Suits In Black and Navy Serge At Little Prices 50 well-tailored suits, made in the Eton and top-coat effects, jackets lined with tailor's serge or taffeta silk, skirts percaliae lined; price, to-day f 5.75 Good Brilliantine Skirts, S3.75 Well shaped, lined with percaline and ' bound with velveteen, excel lent value $3.75 Second-floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. KNOX'S WORLD RENOWNED HATS FOR yf Ladies a w fVTi in Triam and Gentlernen latest creations Trimmed and Walking Hats. Call and sec them. Stepbens $3 Hats JW Tomjt. Best on Earth for the Honey. A. B. STEPHENS, Pennsylvania St Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. University of Indianapolis. for all kinds of dental work. -. The fees are to cover the costs only. Receives patients from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. . V, Cor. Delaware and Ohio Streets. i AMUSEMENTS. Louis P. Werba, who smoothed the path ahead...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1900. Telephone Calla. Business Office 22 I Editorial Rooms SS thiims or subscription. DAILY BT MAIL. Pally onlr. one montti P 3 Dally only, thre months 2-00 Iaity only, ono year S.OO Iailr. including 8unJay, one year 10.00 fcunday only, one year .W WHEN FURNISHED BT AGENT. Pauy. per week, by carrier IS cts Fun-lay. Flnif copy 5 cts Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Per year fLOO Iletlaced Rates to Clnba. Pabwrib with any of our numerous arents or end subscription to tb JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending the Journal through the malls In the United State should put on an eljrht-r paper a ONE-CENT postage etam?: on a twelve sr slxten-pare paper a TWO-CENT poMape stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. A i! communications Intended for publication In this paper mu.'t, In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address o...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1900. ".Ton's Uno nockwoar; aulot, luxurious, dlgnlUod English scarfs Puro wjro, sobor grays and WM Colors, splendid silk 01.50 u From this you can drop. tics, hut not a Ono In (ho lot And shir to wo II, Just boo thorn aftor you'vo solve tod that wash string tlo at 5 cents, AT THE HIBBEN a HOLLWEG Importerfi and Jobber of DRY GOODS We can supply your immediate wants for India Linens, Silk Alitts, Pulley Belts, Ladies' Collars, Bal briggan Underwear, Negligee Shirts, Fancy Hosiery, etc, Prompt shipments. Mail orders given every attention. 52,000 Lawrence County, Ind., 4s. $15,000 Indianapolis Gas Co. 6s. Belt R. R. Preferred Stock. Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Price and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Bulldlnot. Useful Articles for Invalids. Reclining and Rolling Chairs for parlor and street. Carrying Chairs. Wheeled Couches. Food Fterllizers and Desiccators. Feedlne and Spi...

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

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, J UlSTB 9, 1900. JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Wm. L. Klee. K03 West Michigan street Tele phones: old. ZT0; new. 212. Territory of vvhita rUer. COAL COAL Ccbum Coal Co., East Ttd t. An thracite, coks, hard and oft coal. Phone 24IS. FLORI3TS BEnTETtMANN FLORAL COMPANY. Ner No. 241 Mm are.. 2:4 N. DL ft. Tel. SH. LAUNDRIES ! UNION CO-OPrPwATIVK LAUNDRY. Werk call! tor. US-144 Vir, are. Mon 12J. MANTELS AND GRATES . T. IL' PURSELL (Mantels. Furnaces). 221 Macs, arc PATENT LAWYERS V. IL LOCK WOOD, 41-41S Lemcke bulMlnf. BALE AND LI VERT STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriares. Traps. Duck boards, etc,) ti Circle. TeL 1037. fcllOW CASES WILLIAil WEIGEL. 243 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCIIARD, M N. Delaware it. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. WALL PAFERS II. C. STEVENS. New Styl Wal! Paper. Low prices. HZ) N. Senate art. TeL 2 on VZZ. FUXERAL DIRECTORS. PLANNER & BUCHANAN fLlcensed embalmers.) Can ship diphtheria and scarlet fever. Lady embalmer f...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1900. Indiana Title Guaranty & Loan Co 1 his Compiny hu the mmt complete Title Plan In Indiana, embracing the sc parate Plants of ELLIOTT BCTI.KR. WILLIAM C. ANDKRSON. and TIIEOUORK HTEIN. TheM have it food the tr st for more ihan a third of a century. TITLE INSl'KANtK, A ITIL1 CTh. LOANS. SAI-'K I) K POS ITS. $. A. ILL1CHER& CO.'S eSttfo Deposit Voult 3 F.nst Washington Street Absolute safety against Are and burglar. To Ueman dar and niht on iroard. Designed for sfe keepinr of Money, Bonds. Wills. Deeds. Ab stract. Silver Plate. Jewels and valuable Trucks. Packages, etc Contains 2.D0 boxea. iriit 5 lol5vfrTvar. JOIUV S. TARKINGTO.......3Inaa;er. WEAKNESS WAS MARKED JXFUKCH THAT BILLED WHEAT DCAnED Till", STOCK MARKET. XI renk Spread All Through the Mat. Which Closed nt the Ln Trent Loral Trade Conditions I nfavorable. . At New York yesterday money on call vm steady at Wi2 per cent.: last loan. 1 per cent. .Prime mercantile paper. ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 9 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1900. KJCO CALF 322. OS! Day! Six thousand pairs of Queen Quality Shoes arc produced every day. The makers have been for years acknowledged leaders in their line Women's Fine Shoes. Deal ers everywhere recognized the size atid facilities of the factory that was to produce Queen Quality. They felt that nothing- but the best could issue from where none but good had ever come before. Queen Quality at $3.00 became an instant success. It continues so from its manifold virtues. Queen Quality Shoes are perfect fitting, easy on the feet, ar tistic in outline and finish, and, at the price, the Fullest Measure of Value Yet Produced. Ther are all ntyle for all uses, ln.loora and cut-dre, walktnsr. wherllnsr, Koiflnjf, and house wear. The woman who hann't wen tnm has misled something, and she who ha not worn thm ha missel still more. They re a cellgJit to the eye and a comfort to the foou TH0S. 0. PLANT, of Boston, Maker. JW '39 W Other Styles. TRAGI ...

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

Vi THE SUNDAY JOURNA Pages 1 to 8 f Part One A J tVEEKLT ESTABLISHED 1CX. J VflT T TH 1 ftl daily established iszq. i J1j. JLi rSyJ. IUI. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1900-TWENTY PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. J HAS A PRETEXT RUSSIA MAY XOW OVERHL'N CHINA WITH HER TROOPS. Caapel Belonging- to the Czar's Sob Jects Destroyed by the Denth-to-Forelcnf r" Army BOXEES GEOWING MOEE BOLD AND FOREIGN INTERVENTION IS DEEMED ALMO jT CERTAIN. Russia Determined to Take Immediate Action, Joint if Dealred, bnt Alone If Necessary. FEANCE ALSO PE0V0KED HER AGENTS IN SOUTHWESTERN CHINA FORCED TO FLEE. American Mission In rel-Tang-Chow Darned Reinforcements Sent to Admiral Kempff. LONDON. June 10. Advices from the far East concerning the situation in China continue to be alarming, and It Is believed Quiet cannot be restored without the in tervention of the powers. The Chinese government, It Is now plain, either is un willing to. or Is Incapable of suppressing the Boxers. A dispatch from St. Peters...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1900. iandlns ojru Senatw Mason passed ly and met his sister directly in Iront of the door and stopped to .chat with her. As he turned towards the lresident's room Mr. McKinley was walk ( ing across-the room and the eyes of the 1 two men met. and they bowed to eacii I ether simultaneously. J "The President then started towards the door and the senator walked in to meet h;m. The two men shook hands and had a I chat of some moments' duration. The Pres- ident inquired when the senator would leave ine city. .Mr. Mason replied that he would be here for seveial days, whereupon the PresicJent said, 'Come over and see me before you go. The invitation was prompt ly accepted and to-morrow morning Sen ctor Mason will go to the White House and f.nish the conversation which was inter rupted by business. Senator Mason when seen refused to dis cuss the matter, but admitted he had met the President at the Capitol, and would go to the White House and have a...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1900. LflNDIS AND FARIS HERE tiik two nnniEs bxtat i v e s spexd A FEW HOURS I THE CITY. Doth Glad to Get Dnrk from Washing tonWhat They Say Po- , lltlcnl Gossip. Representatives C. B. Landls and George W. Faris arrived In the city from Wash ington yesterday, leaving for their respec tive homes at Delphi and Terre Haute on afternoon trains. Both are eager to take a brief rest after the work of Congress. Mr. Faris says ho expects to do all he can toward electing Holliday, the candidate for representative in the Fifth district, and Mr. Landls expects to be pretty busy in the Ninth district as soon as the campaign cpens. "I am told." he said, "that a Democratic newspaper has stated that I practically conceded my own defeat in the Ninth dis trict. Such a statement Is not only ridicu lous, but absurd. - I have not the slightest doubt of my re-election. No man can be nominated by the Democrats who will poll the votes Mr. Cheadle received in 18D6....

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 June 1900

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL1, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1900. STEPHENS HESITATES GOVCR.OR OF SIISSOl'IU DC LAYS GALLIC Q OUT Tim MILITIA. Confers vrlth St. Loul City and County Ofilcials and Iletnrns Home Without Taking Action. COUBTIUG MORE BLOODSHED ADVISES TRANSIT COMPANY TO RUN' ADDITIONAL CARS AT NIGHT. If Srrloni Disorder Continue lie Will TIi en Order Out Troop-l'n-vrlllinjr Depntles. ST. LOUI3. Mo., June 3. All expectations that Governor Stephens -would call out the state militia, to maintain law and order in St. Louis during the prevalence of the great street-railway strike were dissipated to-night when the Governor departed for Jefferson City without having taken any decisive step In the matter, nor giving any intimation as to what course he intended to pursue In the future. The subject of calling out the state troops was discussed at great length to-day by Governor Ste phens, the Police' Commissioners, sheriff and commanding officers of the militia, but no decision was reached. Whi...

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