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

Staat THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY. JUNE 19, 1900. 5 S Good stuff wo'll gain another customer Such clothing as wo of for this season is bottor than any roady-to-wcar cloth Ing wo havo over put on tho marltot boforo Cutting, mak ing and fitting havo kont pact with tho motor carriage AT Soo our $850 application $2,000 Lawrence County, Ind., 4s. $15,000 Indianapolis Qas Co. 65. Beit R. R. Preferred Stock. Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins, Co. Stock. Price and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. Ilx;vloIrixM Ot-itfltM. Emergency Satchels. Medicine Cases, In strument Sets. Operating Gowns and Cush ions, Physicians' PocKet Knives, wltli Spatula, and all other suitable articles. Bath Cabinets. WM. II. ARMSTRONG & CO., Sarg leal Instrument Makers t24 and Z28 fc. Meridian street. Indianapolis, Ind. CENSUS OF PORTO RICO rOPl LATIOX IS MXE-TKNTHS THAT OF 31 AR VI. A Ml IX tSlK). Area A1ont Three Timen That of Lone Island The Irh...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL. TUESDAY, JUNE 19, tSOO. jornxAL's business directory. Wm. L. Rice. rl West Mtch!cn street. Tde Thon: otd. ISIS-); new. Slit TcrroiT weit of hit tItt. COAL COAL Ccburn Coal Co. East ITi t. An thracite, coke, hard snd oft coal. Phono 2j. FLORISTS TiHRTEnMAVN FLOTTAL COMPANT. New No. 241 Mm .. t2t S. Del, at. TeL MJ. LAUNDRIES union co-orrnATivE laundry. Work esMed tor. 13S-144 Vlrg. ' hone 12g. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IX. PURSELL (Mantel, Fumac). 231 Mail. PATENT LAWYERS -V. II. LOCKWOOD. 41S-418 Lencke building. 6ALC AND LJVETtT STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Duck boards, etc.) S Circle TeL 107. mow cases WILLIAM WEIGEI m 243 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCHARD. n N. Delaware at. Tel 4IL Lady Attendant WALL PAPERS H. C, STEVENS. New Styl Wall rarr. Low price. 141 N. Senate are. Tel. 2 on 22. FUSE UAL DIRECTORS. PLANNER & BUCHANAN L! censed embalmera.) Can ship diphtheria and searlet fever. La4y embalmer for laSles and children. 32) N...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1900. SMALL SAVINGS ARK OF AS Much Importance as large ones, but the owners of small savings, as a rule, are not duly sensible f that fact. The um seems Insignificant. They look at them absolutely, not rela tively, failing to realize that rate of growth Is -what makes accumulations. THE INDIANA TRUST CO. Is formed for the purpose of advising as to an manner of investment and of di; reeling ana lAKin? cnar?e ui uuaus u. every kind that have to do with the pru dent ordering of business. It pays 3 Per Cent. Interest On Deposits of $1.0O and Upward. INDIANA TRUST CO. Offices Indiana Trust Building. CAPITAL $1,000,000 ci mm lie ..... 7? ftOO -"v a--.j t OFFICERS: J. T. FRENZEL. President. FREDERICK FAIINLEY. First V. Pres. E. G. CORNELIUS. Second V. Pres. JOHN A. BUTLER, Secretary. NOTICK. Until October we will close at 12 o'clock m. on Saturdays. Indiana Title Gnaranty & Loan Co This Company has the most complete Title Plan In Indiana, emb...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1000. tciures Framed pictures are much cheaper 20 tD CO per cent being an average reduction In price. One lot of riatlnura and Cartoon photograrhs in black and brown colonial frames are re- f if Triced from Jt.S to Ci.vlU Larper sizes of the Fame that Fold at $1.73. 52.50 and $2.73 are CO ff now offered at XZ antfvVIU Oval?. II by 17 Inches, 53 CO A kind ÄJ More elaborately framed SI tl Of ones JAJ A variety of Platinums which range in Fize from 8 by 15 inches to 15 by 20 inches, and that are framed in colonial styles with oval openings and frold burnl?hir. such as un usually sell at 1. S4.&"). K .&) and $12. are repriced $2.06. CO dfl so. HSO, and UUU L.S.AVRESfSLCO ilanufacturcr of Grilles and Fret "Work. As to Curtains, Carpets, Wall Papers North and insldo rooms require certain colors to lighten them. Sunny rooms require certain colors to tor.a dorm the glare. On all these points and such details as harmonious picture rails, da...

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

INDIANAPOLIS JOUBNAL I WKEKLT KPTATLtFUEn 1S. iaily kstaulished ij:o. i VOL. L-NO. 171. INDIANAPOLIS, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, lOOO-TWELVE PAGES. X IX-IAv-Fi O VJU11J.C J TRAINS AND SUN .'DATS, i CLNTS. DEfflNfi' FATE Russians Are Reported to Be Bombarding the Walls of the Chinese Capital. Unconfirmed Rumor, by Way of Shanghai, that the City Has Been Attacked on Two Sides by the Relieving Force. ALL FOREIGNERS POSSIBLY MURDERED Chinese Frenzied Over Destruction of the Taku Forts, and Massacring Christians. All Nations Hurrying Ships and Soldiers to the Scene of Conflict Admiral Kempff Given Free Hand His Fleet Augmented. LONDON, June 20, 3 a. m. "The Russian relieving: force ar rived outside of Peking this morn ing," says the Shanghai corre spondent of the Daily Express, and immediately began to attack the city on two sides, employing numerous artillery. The force ap parently arrived in the nick of time, for the Chinese assert that the attack upon the legations had been successf...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. iican national convention to order in the Kxport Exposition building, in West Phil adelphia, at 12:33 o'clock to-day. In the valley beiow him were crowded the eight een hundred delegates and alternates, and stretching away . to the four corners of the immense hall were endless vistas of people rising in terraced seats to the walls. He looked into the faces of fully fifteen thousand men and women. Opposite In a broad gallery were massed a hundred musicians, "their leader a mere pigmy In the dltanee. The platform on which he rtood Jutted out like a huge rock into an ocean of humanity. Uelow him and flank ing the Mage was an embankment thronged with the representative.- of the press of the country. Above was a riot of flags, bunting. 'eagles, shield.. Xw whole scheme of the elaborate decoration culminating in a huge jtortrait of McKinley nestling in the graceful folds of the American flag. About him were the working leaders of his par...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. 8 New York Store Established 1ST.3. Sole Ascnu Batterlck rattern. A special Each in SHIRT WAISTS and LAWN WRAPPERS The approach of stock-taking time makes buying a pleasure on account of the values given, litre are two from the second fioor that will merit your attention: LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, just the thing you need now, and how much nicer to have them all ready to slip into than to have to make them. These come In percales, lawns and dimities, in the most correct Kyle, and are strongly made. Prices were Jl. 11.23. st.50; for to-day. sn choice Z LAWN WRAPPERS, o cool and com fortable during the hot day. - They arc in light and dark color?, made with deep flounce, are full-and wide In the skirt; the regular Si.2S 70 kind, for vc Pettis Dry Goods Co. Trisri m-iis truth" Material for Wartn Weather Drlnki: IIIint's pure unferoiented ?rape Julcr. jiintr., Z"e; juart. 4."c (reduced from 3öc snJ 6c. DeUtour glniter ale, 124c bot, Jl.li a...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. MAKING A PLATFORM jOOD PHOfiltESS IIV SEWTOIt FA I II- Fiiianrlftl ami Other I'lank Complet rl h the Sit tiro tu ml tt re to 'Wliicli T !- re Referred. SYMPATHY TOR THE BOERS JECLAHATIOV IX 1'AMllt OP A CANAL ACHOSH CHTIll. AMERICA. II. II. llaitiiu Financial l(relutioii Added Te Actiou of Or den tin 1 Commit Irr. PHILADELPHIA, June 2".-The commit tee on resolutions is having considerable difficulty in agreeing on a declaration of principles. All the member practically agree on the sentiment to be expressed along the entire line of subjects to be cov ered, but the difficulty Is In finding com mon ground of expression. The full com mittee placed the matter la the hands of eleven of its members as a subcommittee. The subcommittee sat from 6 o'clock until 9 and then adjourned to meet at 12 o'clock midnight. The committee had before it the draft of the platform prepared by Postmaster Gen eral Smith and Senators Foraker and Fair banks, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS J OUKNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. 5 T7TDCT CI7CCTHAT JLllYOi 0L001Ui OPKM.U OF Tin: HKrtnUCAM XA. TIONAL COXVK.YTIOX. Detailed Report of the Proceed ing and Text of the Tiro Spreche and Prnyers. CALLED TO ORDER BY HANNA WHO WELCOMED DELEGATUS AND SURRENDERED THE GAVEL. 1IU Speech nrlef, bat Liberally Ap plauded, Especially When lie Referred to McKinley. SENATOR WOLCOTT'S ADDRESS REPUBLICAN PARTY'S WORK RE VIEWED BY THE CHAIRMAN. What It Will Do for Filipino If Re tained In Power National Com mittee and Platform JIakers. 1 PHILADELPHIA, June 13. The crowds were slow In gathering at the convention hall. When, shortly after 11 o'clock, tho band In the gallery awoke the echoes in the vast roof space there were not more than 1.000 persona In the great auditorium. But It was astonishing how rapidly the crowds began to arrive after that hour. They poured in in steady streams until they blackened the acres of seats. An un usually largo number were women, look ing fresh an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 June 1900

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. Telephone Call. Busings OiSce 203 Editorial Rooms 86 TKitJis of srnscniiTiox. DAILY IIY MAIL. rallr only, one month V-' Ually only, three months 2.W lally only, nnc year 8. 00 Iallr. lncluHntr Sunday, or.- yar 10.0) fcunday only. one year 2.W WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Pally. per wk. by carrier 15 eta Funday. sind copy 5 cts Daily and fcunJay, jxr wk. by carrier.... 23 cts WEEKLY. Per year J1.00 Reduced Rate to Club. Fubiwrrib with any of our numerous agents or seed subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Intl. Persons nriinc the Journal through th malls in the United staten should put on an elKht-pajce paper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or sixtcen-iKe paper a TWO-CENT pota stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communication Intended for publication In thla paper must, in order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, . WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. 7 THE ERIE IN EARNEST IT IS BACKF.D IS ITS DIFFEIIKXTIAI FIGHT HY OTHER ROADS. Steamnhlp Line rtrfnalnK Railway . Ofllrlal Tree Tranaportntlon General and Personal Notes. . In railway passenger circles a report Is current that an effort, originating with the differentia lines, to arbitrate the question of excess fares and differentials U under consideration. The fact came to light over a discussion by the other differential roads as to tr.klng the same action that the Erie ha?, withdrawing from the Joint passenger committee agreement. A gentleman who well understands the situation rays they will not withdraw at present, the reason for this delay In action being that they propose to allow the Erie to fight out this question with their silent assistance and their moral support, as they believe that one line fighting a question such as that Is as strong as fifty, if the one is in ear nest, and few doubt that the Erie Is all of that....

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1D0O. 8 tiii: Central Trust Company Arts as executor, administrator, ciarli.in. re ceiver, a or trustee unJtr will or by ap pointment o; court. Takes entire chirpc of estates, real and per sonal. Act 9H 8Ktnt for married women and other ir?r-ct!r. th"ir IrvJivl dual property in the r.ian ajtraent of their estates. Act as custoüan for will an! th-r Impor tant japers. and consults as to thrm and ail trust matters without charge. Office No. 150 East Market St. THE MARION TRUST CO. Is equipped to give the best attention to TRUSTEESHIPS Of every description. SAFE DEPOSITS. 5. A. 1 LLlCHhRc CQ.'S Snfo Deposit Vault 3G Last AVualilnRton Street ' Absoluta safety against Cr and burglar. Po liceman day and nirfht on guard. Designed for afe keeplnsr of Money, Bon). Wills. Deeds. Ab stract. Sliver Plate, Jewels and valuable Trunks, Packages, etc Contains 2,100 boxes. lient 5 to 4ö erfrar. J01I3 9. TAItKINGTO..........Manacer. BRIEF SPURT IN STOCKS A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. 66S tr aw MattSngs We can make 'prompt shipments of all grades "CHINA" and "JAP" Mattings, Cotton and Hemp Warps, jointless. inlaids, fancies, from S3.50 to $16.00 per roll. (Samples sent if requested.) Floor Oilcloths" and 66 Linoleums" For present or fall delivery. 1,000 pieces seasoned goods in open stock. Selling agents in this territory for Thos. Potter's Sons & Co., Incorporated. Stocks complete, low est prices always a certainty. No inferior goods at any price. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. Importers, Jobbers, Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. HXCLl SIVELY WHOLESALE. Useful Articles for Invalids. Ueellnlnir and Holling Chairs for parlor anJ jtreet, farrjlng Chairs. "Wheele-l Couches. Food rtTilizrs and iJeskcators, Fedlnic and ßpit Cur. KITtric Belts. Insoles and Datierte. Bath Cabinets. wm. if. akmstrom; & co., tli and S. Meridian street, Indianapolis. Ind. TO ASSAULT A WITNESS ATTE.MPT nV f LYDK JONES IX TIIK nnnciFii assailt c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 June 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. VICTORY FOR KENTLAND HWTOS COl.TY SCAT WAR SET TLED II V A HOT ELCCTIOX. Vote Inspectors Braten at Morocco Arrest of a Man "Who Strain Chil dren Chapter House Burned. gpeeial to tre Indian polls Journal. KENTLAND. Ind., June 10. The county feat election held In Newton county to day resulted in a. sweeping victory for Kentland. The Morocco forces were com pletely routed, receiving not one-half of the votes cast. The law required the town of I Morocco to secure 63 per cent, of the vote and in a total of 2,811 votc3 cast Kent land received It IS and Morocco 1,333. Morocco Imported a carload of hoodlums from Chicago, voting them solidly in favor of removal, and afterward, becoming alarmed, caused . their election board to throw out ' thirty-five of the seventy-five Illegal votes cast toy thl3 element. The challengers sent from Kentland to Morocco in the morning were set upon by a mob and driven from the town, some of the respect abl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. 11 JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. AfH-NTINDLOfA Wm. I IUce. 2S0J West Mlchlran street. Tele phones: old. 7i0; new, JUL Territory weit of vhlf river. COAL t'O A L Cc bum Coal Co.. East 221 st. An thraclte. coke, hard and oft coaL Phon 2415. florists mektermann floral company. New No. 241 Man avt.. ZU S. Pl. t. TL U9. LACNDRIE3- UNION CO-OPKRATIVE LAUKDRT. TVork called for. 12S-1I4 Vlrg. ave. 'Mione 13. MANTELS AND GRATES P. SI. PURSELL (Mantels. Furniw), 231 Mass, arw. PATENT LAWTERS V. IL LOCKWOOD. 41S-4H Lmctee building. BALE AND LIVERY 8TARLES IIOItACG WOOD (Carriaires. Trap. Back boards. fc) 2S Circle. TeL 1097. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WE I Q EL, 243 South Meridian Ftret. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCHARD. N. Dfitwtr u Tel 41t. Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS II. C. BTEVENS. New Btyl Wall Pap-r. Low prices. 39 N. Senat are. TeL 2 on 2C52. PUXCnAL DIRECTORS. PLANNER & BUCHANAN-Licensed erobalrn'rs.) Can ship diphtherial and scarlet fever. La...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 June 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. L.S.AVRESS3L CO Indiana's Greatest Distributers cf Dry Goods I THIFU WAISUT you Want Made right, of the riffht sorts of ma terial and priced right. We have White Tucked and Kuffled Waists, with the new lingerie sleeve: we have the all-over embroidery Waist; we have Waists of every fashionable material. In every popular style. We've a few at lowered prices. Tissue Madras Waists at $1.3$, In stead of tLM. Silk Novelty Waists at 11-05, In stead of 110 and $11 Misses' Shirt Waists at Do. Instead of -c and fl. Misses' Shirt Waists at SSc, Instead of and J1.50. Misse' Yoke Waists at 25c, Instead of 85c and SI. Women's Shirt Waists at 40c. In stead of 51 and H.2S. These two latter ones are the only offers of anything but new styles. THE H. LIEBER COMPANY PICTURES FOR Wedding Gifts THE H. LIEBER COMPANY, 24 West Washington Street. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. Ruffled Muslin Curtains ....A Pair. Be in the Push It only lasts thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 June 1900

IMBIANiüPOLIS JOUKMALo I y uhlicLiljrarsi 9 WEEKLY ESTADLIHEP 15C3. DAILY ESTABLISHED 1S0. INDIANAPOLIS, THUItSDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1900-TWELVE PAGES. O VyXji XJ. J TRAINS ANI SUNDAYS, I CCNTS. B r ! MO IASSAC1E Foreign Alarines, Under Admiral Seymour, Said to Be at the Chinese Capital. All the Legations Reported to Have Been Safe Last Sunday, but the Situation was Then Extremely Critical. MANY WILD RUMORS FROM SHANGHAI Emperor Is Alleged to Be Dead, and the Em' press to Have Committed Suicide. Imperial Palace Burned Hundreds of Boxers Slain Taku Forts Not Bombarded by Ameri cans Cavalry Ready to Go. LONDON, June 21, 3:50 a. m. The re ports of Admiral Seymour's arrival at Pek ing and of the safety of the foreign. le gations, originating from Chinese sources and cabled here from Shanghai, are still unverified. However, the Italian consul at Shanghai has wired to the Italian for eign minister. Marquis Vocontl Venostat, that the legations aro safe. The rebellion is ppreading far and w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 June 1900

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1900. Roosevelt out of New York ami away from the governorship. THE GOVERNOR'S ENEMIES. "The Governor forcing of the franchise tax arrayed the moneyed Interests In a mas against him. and It U not too much to say that the- representatives of over Jl.OOO.COQ.CM) got together and determine! that he must at all hazards be got out of his position us. chief executive of New York. Piatt stands very near these Inter- in xr int Imaipttf of tht-tr determl- Cn-T tliJ niiv " ..V - . nation. They coincided with Piatt's own ! Inclination, for Roosevelt has not been an ! amenable üovernur to the 'easy boss. and so Piatt was for any and everything that would get Roosevelt away from New York. "Senator Quay was also smarting from his recent defeat, which he attribute in great degree to Hanna. and knowing that Hanna did not favor Roosevelt, he thought he saw a way to even up the score with the Ohio senator, and so he had Pennsyl vania come out rough-shod ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1900. 3 New York Store Established 1S53. Sole Agent IJutterlck rattern. Pique and Duck SlUltSoooo A special lot of Wash Suits made with the open effect Eton and Blazer Jackets skirt made full, and with deep hem to allow for shrinkage. Were $5, $7.50 and $10, now $2.50, $3.95 and $5 Second Floor. 1 Pettis Dry Goods Co If You Appreciate A Good Thing See the line ol .AT.". KRAUS 44 East Washington Street. Mors WORLD- Ii i rpQ RENOWNED IlAlO for. 'A Ladies and Cenllecea Knox's latest creations ia Trimmed and Walking Hats. Call and see theo. Stephens' $3 Hats Best on Earth for the Honey. A. B. STEPHENS, Penns!vania St AMUSEMENTS. "Unleavened Bread" Is another novel which Is to be dramatized. xxx J. K. Murray and Clara Lane will have the chief roles tn "The Highwayman" next season. XXX "Queen Elizabeth" has been produced by Nance O'Neil at her Majesty's Theater In Melbourne. Australia. v , , xxx Eugenie Blair. Robert Downlng's wife. I? reported...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 June 1900

A THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUBNAL, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1900. T. C. PLATT IS PAIS THE SnXATOR-S FIUCTIREI) Rill caisixg iiisr to surren. TJnnhle to Stand tbf Strain of 'the Philadelphia Convention, He g Returni to Mew York. STATEMENT FROH HIS SON o WHO TIIIXKS Tlin SEYATOR WILL BE WELL IN A FEW DATS. Ilow Between Trtan fn Which i Uovrie Wai Sern, hat Xot Used Mr. Wa Too Wry .for Reporter. NEW YORK, June 2).-Thos. C. Piatt, of Nfw York, arrived from Philadelphia late this afternoon. As he walked through the corridor of the Fifth-avenue Hotel It was plain to be seen that he was suffering physical pain. His step was not elastic and he kept his lips drawn tightly. He did not, however, require the assistance of anyone, nor did he use a cane. When he reached his apartments he Immediately lay down on a couch for a rest of an hour or so. Harry B. Piatt, son of the senator, re ceived a reporter soon after his father's arrival. "The senator," said he, "while suffering. Is not very ill. The day he left...

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