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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 2 July 1900

r THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MOND AY, JULY 2, 1900. r V 'f ! ) V T Some Revision On LEADING BLEACHED, BROWN and COLORED COTTONS, PRINTS and LININGS, have been made by MILLS and AGENTS. We carry representative lines, and offer prompt delivery at prices covering any changes in value. Our Clearance Sale Of Broken Lines, open stock, continues. Odd lots, broken color and size assortments, irregular sizes. Incomplete lines seasonable goods throughout all departments, at prices to close.' HIBBEN, HQLLWEG & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Bfds, Pillow and Chair Cushions, Hospital Rings. Urinals. Di Pans. Fountain and Bulb ' 6yrtn. Hot Water Bottl. Stomach Tube and Shower Baths. Hath Cabinet. WJI. II. ARMSTRONG & CO., SURGICAL INSTRUMENT MAKERS 221 and 22 S. Meridian atreet. Indianapolls. Ind. of Carter II. Harrison and believes that . he can secure the second place on the ticket if placed In nomination. Mr. Gahan and Mr. Hinrichsen, o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 2 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 2, 1900. JOCRNAI3 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Wm. L. Klee. 2MS West Michigan street. Telerhonn: old. 2s7; new. 31-2. Terr.ory west of Nvhlte river. COAL CXAL Ccburn Coal Co., East 22d st. Anthracite, coke. bard and oft coaL Thong 2441 FLORISTSPERTERlfANN FLORAL COM PANT. New No. 241 Mm are.. 22 N. Del, at. Tel. 41 LAUNDRIESUNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. Work called for. m-144 Vlrg. ave. -.-bona 12S3. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IL FURS ELL. (Mantels, Furnace). gl Mass. are. PATENT LAWYERS V. IL LOCKWOOD. 415-4H Lemcx bullying. ALE AND LIVERT STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Bacxboarda. etc.) 2S Circle. Tel. 1037. IHOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL.' 2U South Meridian StreeL L'NDERTAKERS FRANK RLANCIIARD. N. Delaware at. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. Tv'ALL PAPERS II. C. BTEVENS. New Styl Wall Paper, Low prices. 92!) N. Senate are. TeL 2 on 22. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FLANKER & BUCHANAN Licensed embalmers.) Can ship diphtheria and es riet frer. Lady "nblmr for ladi...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 2, 1900. 7 SHARES ARE VERY DULL AROIlTIVi: KILL MOVEMENT OP Fill. DAY LOST AMID STAGNATION. Better Toue of Wheat and Cotton Crop Report Helped Storks In Late DenllngM Local Trade Situation. At New York, Saturday, prime mercantile paper was CIVi per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with actual business In bankers' bills at M.S6U for demand, and 5L83i for sixty days: posted rates, JUilitH.Si and $4.S7Vi; commercial bills. J4.SClf4.S3U. Bar silver was 61Uc; silver certificates, W32c; Mexican dollars. 4$Hc At London, silver bars were steady at 2SVid an ounce. The weekly statement of the associated New York banks, issued Saturday, snows the following changes: Surplus reserves. Increase. Jl.332.525 Loans, decrease 1.557.300 Specie, decrease 453,300 Inegal tenders, increase 193.S00 Deposits, decrease 2.733.300 Circulation, increase 9160) The banks now hold I16.S53.375 in excess of the requirements of the 25 per cent. rule. Saturday's New York stock...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 2, 1900. JL. S. Ayrcf CSL Co. VTHOLS TEHIJiG Lower prices on tapestries and velours make it especially advantageous to have your worn chairs looked after now. Then, they are easier spared a few days during the summer. Shall "we send a man up to make an estimate? L. S. Ay"RES3i CO j Indiana's Greatest i Distributers of Dry Goods J THE H. LIEBER COMPANY The Camera Season Is Here There's no such afortment In the State a here. Every worthy make. THE H. LIEBER COMPANY Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. TDUGS MATS .lu ush for If 11 onday's BARGAINS 200 Brussels, Axmlnster and Velvet Ru5, at 57 cents. 500 cuttings of fine Carpets, suitable for mats, chair bottoms, cushions, etc., at 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c and 35c each. THIS IS AN UNUSUAL CHANCE. COME EARLY. Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 West Washington St. Hardwood Floors laid, finished sad reflnlshtd. Vacation Money Tea cannot afford to go without a summer Vacation. if you have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 July 1900

INDIANA JO.KNA v. WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1S22. DAILY ESTABLLSilLD liM. VOL. LNO. 181. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1900. nntnr o m?"vrrc iat railway not stands, on J.jJU O W-Lil-LC 11JIAIX3 AND SUNDAYS, i Cb.MS. 7 POLIS -I i BRYAN IS BOSS B03IINATES THE DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES AT KANSAS CITY. Hot Wielding IM Power Openly lint Secretly Exertlnjc Hin Influence to Hold the Convention' Work. PLATFORM MUST BE 16 TO 1 NOTHING LESS "WILL DE ACCEPTED BV THE SILVER APOSTLE Nebraska Deleg-atea, Fresh from the Home of Their Slanter, Load In Demandln ' a Specific Pled et QUEER . STORY CIRCULATED IF RESOLUTIONS COM3IITTEE SIMPLY 2ND0RSES CHICAGO PLATFORM Xlryan May Hasten to Hannas City, Demand a SIxteen-to-One Plank and Decline to Ran if Refused. riEVOIT AMONG EASTERNERS PREFER MODERATE PLATFORM IN THE INTEREST OF HARMONY. Hill Silent Concerning III Visit to Dry an Latter to Electrify the Convention with a Speech. KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 2. The throb and thrill of a great national assemblage ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1900. intervention of Japan for a settlement of the Chinese rebellion. A3IHHICANS WOUNDED. List or .nrae Cnlilnl from Che-Foo ly Admiral Kemp IT. WASHINGTON. July 2. Admiral Kempff to-night forwarded from Che-Foo the following list of casualties to date among; the American landing forces: Seriously Wounded. JAMES F. LANNIflAN, corporal. J. K. MILLKK, private. V If. MORRIS, private. KD PROVKNSHAL, private. JOHN HtJNDER, private. IV. If. NICHOLS, private. T. THOMAS, boatswain's mate. B. BENSON, gunner's- mate. H. A. HROMAN, apprentice. H. SEWKKSON. landsman. CADET TAUSSIG, boatswain's mate. Coxswain Thomas and thirty-four others are reported slightly wounded. Admiral Kempff stays: "Ships crews of all nations re-embarklnff. Soldiers and marines remain ashore. Captain McCalla on duty." Captain McCalla was reported wounded In a previous cablegram, so the latest news Indicates he was not badly hurt. WILL PL'XISII CHINESE. Germany Determined to Ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1900. 3 New York Store Established 1853. Sole Agents Dattcrlclc ratters. Two Days' Business in One To-Day. Closed All Day the Fourth The Mill End Sale Is the attraction better goods better values than in any previous sale of its kind. ' Come do your trading" to-day the way things are going you maybe too late for the things you want. Pettis Dry Goods Co. I What You Want j ,N Soft Shirts j !ANDUederwearl UT 44 East Washington St. Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. University of ludlanapolli. for all kind or dental work. The fees are to cover the coifs only. - Receives patients from 9 a m. to 8 p. ra. , W. Cor Delaware and Ohio Streets. AMUSEMENTS. Madeline Lucette Ryley, -who wrote "My Lady Dainty." Is to play the heroine when the piece Is produced at Brighton. England. - ' XXX Edna May Is reported to be Intending after a short trip to Taris to return to London and play a boy's role in "The Silver Slipper." a new operatta to be p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL.' TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL . . TUKSDAY, JULY .1, 1900. Telephone C'n II. Business Oifice....'..2C8 Editorial Roomi 85 terms or siiiscrhtion. DAILY BY MAIL. Ianr only, nno j-ear 8.00 Da 1 1 j-. Including Survlay, on yvar lft.W Survlay only, one year 2.00 Dally only, on month 1 10.70 Pally only, three months 2.W WHEN' FURNISHED EY AGENTS. Daily, per wek. by carrier 13 eta Fun.lay. lnrle copy 5 cts Dally and Sundar, per week, by carrier.... 2') eta WEEKLY. Per year '. $1.00 Reduced Hate to Clubs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolin, Intl. Persons Handln the Journal through the malls n the United tat rhould put on an elht-page laper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or Flxteen-pae paper a TWO-CENT poptajre tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper mu5t. in order to receive attention, be accompanied by t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1900. 5 J h tt XX PI1 I WIS OFPIJR $47,000 U. S. Gov't coupon 3s. $2,000 Lawrence County, Ind., As. $15,000 Indianapolis Gas Co. 6s. Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Price and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. Iymlolekr'm Outfits. ' Emergency Satchel. Medicine Case?, In trument Sets. Operating Gowns and Cushion, Physicians' Pocket Knives, wltll fSpatula, and all other suitable articles. Bath Cabinets. T3I. II. ARMSTRONG & CO., Surgical Instrument Makers 424 and 225 S. Meridian street.' ladlanapolls, Ind. by George B. Cox. of Cincinnati. containIn; the latter's resignation as a member of the national Republican committee. Mr. Ilanna stated that he did not know as yet whether he had the authority to receive Mr. Cox's resignation', but had no doubt It would be accepted. Further than this Ihe chairman declined to discuss the mailer. It seems quite probabl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1900. JOl'RXAL'S DUStXESS DinECTOllY. agSTtHK'dlXna Wm- L. Rice. 2SC3 Wet Mtchlran treet. Telephones: cid. 2STiö; new. 21-3. Territory wett ot vhlf rUer. COALCOAL Ccburn Coal Co.. East W rt. Antbraclte. coke, hard and oft coal. Phon 24 . FLORISTS New No. 241 Mass av.. 2-8 N. Pel, t. Tel. 41. LAUNDRIES UNIOS CO-OFFTRATTVK LATJNDRT. Work callM for. 1C3-144 VI re ire. 'Miona 123. 1IANTEL8 AND GRATES V. M. PURS ELL tManula. FamacM). . 231 Mas. aT. PATENT LAWYERS- - V. II. LOCKWCXr. . 41S-41S Letncka balldlnc. 6 ALS AND LIVEHT ETABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriage. Trap. Backboards, etc.) 2 Circle. TeL 1097. feHOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL. , - . 213 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS - " FRANK BLANCTIARD. , , M N. Delaware st. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERSIf. C. FTEVENS. New Stxl Wall Psper. Low prices. 933 N. Senate aye. Tel. 2 on 22. FOERAL DIRECTORS. FLANNER A BUCHANAN Licensed emfcalraera.) Can ship diphtheria and ce riet fever. Lady embalmer for ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1900. 7 PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL BE SECURE WHERE YOU CAN GET INTEREST On it. and still where you can draw it I and the interest, if you need it. j . i :r i I ACCOUNTS MAY BE OPENED AT ANY TIME WITHOUT COST NO REGULAR AMOUNT REQUIRED. Open an account to-day. You will be . . . surprised how rapidly tne interest ac- . cumulates. INDIANA TRUST CO. SECURITY FOR DEPOSITS, $2,000,000 Offices in Company's Building XOTIC1S. Until October we will close at 12 o'clock m. on Saturdays. Indiana Title Guaranty & Loan Co 1 Ms Company has the most complete Title nan in Indiana. emDrseing me separate i lamsp ELLIOTT & BUTLER. WILLIAM C. ANDERSON. and THEODORE STEIN. Thea bare stood the test for more than a third of century. TITLE INSURANCE. ABSTRACTS, LOANS. SAFE DEPOSITS. S. A. HLTCHER& CO.'S Safe Deposit Vciixlt 3U East Washington Street Absolut safety arainst fire and burglar. To llceman day and night on guard. Desi...

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

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1900 L. S, Ay res CSL Co. 22c a yard Choice now, without reserve of any silk striped American printed Challie 20 styles to choose from. L. S. AyRES&. CO Indiana's Greatest Distributer of Dry Goods Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. AT FIRST HAND Carpets, Curtains, Rugs, Draperies, Hardwood Floors, And at Lowest Prices Always urines, au Fret Work, Walt Paper, Albert Gall's Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 West Washington SC. ITtrdwood Floera laid, finished and rsflnlthtä. Best Values In HOSE That Wear, 10c, 15c, 25c; 35c, 50c and up mm lO CAST WASHINGTON STREET. Vacation Money Ton cannot afford to to without a summer vacation. If you hare not raved enough money for a rood, interesting, refreshing trip, you should endeavor to borrow the money. It will be easy to pay up the money in little installments, while it would be hard to settle with nature for not takln needed rest. If you hold a good, permanent position we c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 July 1900

INDIANAPOLIS 10UBNAI VOL. DAILY ESTABLISHED 1SS0. MAN I PERIL MAY LOSE CONTROL OF THE COXVEXTIO AT KANSAS CITY Delegation After Delegation Opposing III Desire for a Specific Slx-teen-to-One Silver Plank CONSERVATIVES IN SADDLE UNEXPECTED CHANGE IX SEXTI3IENT HAS DEVELOPED. Committee on Resolution In Favor of a Simple Reaffirmation of the Chicago Platform NOW DEPENDS ON ME. BRYAN IF HE OPEXLY DE3IANDS A SEPARATE SILVER DECLARATION Tie Convention 3Iay Bow to Hit Will, bat If He Remains Silent There Will Re No Radical Action. OPENING SESSION TO-DAY SCI1E3IE TO XO 31 IX ATE BRYAN BEFORE ADJOURNING TO-NIGHT. W. J. Invited to Speak to the Delegates on Thursday Convention Prosramme The Crovrds. KANSAS CITY, Mo.. July 3. With flags flying, bands playing1, streets resplendent with the blaze of bunting and myriads of lights, and with the ear assaulted by the deafening conglomeration of bombs and rockets and crackers and marcning clubs and drum corps with this confusion of patriotism and polit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1000. man in New York who can draw a platform? We have been told pretty well," he went on, "what the platform la to be and the New York state convention agreed to stand for It. There Is little use of eloquence and they do not want eloquence. They want a man they can trust. Any proposition presented by Mr. Hill In the committee would not receive the same consideration It would if presented by a man like Judge Van "Wyck. It is not eloquence and no ex rerlence in platform drawing that they want, but confidence. The committee would not be as susceptible to Mr. Hill as they would to Mr. Van Wyck on any proposi tion of conservatism. Mr. Hill can have no complaint. He was at the head of the party as long as he chose to remain. The suggestion that he is insulted because we did not put him on the committee is ridiculous. He is at the head of; the delegates at large and is consulted on all questions." John W. McMahon said: "For fifteen years Mr. Hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900. New York Store LilHliIUhnl ISS.'L. Sole AKrnli Ilutterlek Patterns. CLOSE ALL DAY f ' f "l f I ..Independence Day. j Pettis pry Goods Co. OUR Large Stock and Large Business enables us to undersell all others. GEO. JJ!AROn,22 to 28 East Wash. St Second largest Shoe Store In the World. Hardwood Floors - - Laid, Finished and Refinisbed. H. E. HAMILTON & CO., 19 Pembroke Arcade. "TlÜLrL, THIS TRUTH" " -' Low Price on All Luncheon Goods BEAD THE LIST: : Sardines. Salmon, Lobster, Shrimp. Brook Trout. Mackerel in Tomato Sauce, Calf's Tongue, whole Ox Tonjrue, Veal Loaf. Frankfurter Fausaxe (Imported). Olive, Pickles, etc Twenty-seven different kinds of Cheese. i MOXAKCII GROCERY .112 Kast Washington street. Telephon 1453 Sixteenth and Illinois fcts. Tel. 1469. AMUSEMENTS. . Lavinla Shannon and her husband (Giles Shine) will be at the Hotel Normandle, Washington, D. C, during the present month. XXX Sbakspeare's, orucdles are be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 July 1900

4 JHE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900. ALL IN SORE STRAITS STORY OK T!IK SUFFERINGS OF FOR EIGNERS IN PEKING. IHany Said to Have Iloen Killed and .Wounded and All on the ' Verse of Starvation. CHINESE AHE CRYING "KILL!' AXD rniXCE.TlA HAS SWORN THAT ÄOXE SHALL ESCAPE. Little Probability that the Minister and Other Will De Rmcaed, Even If Xow Alive. LONDON. July 4. 4:50 a. m. The Shanghai correspondent of the Time telegraphIns on Monday says: "The edict issued at Peking on June 26 amounts of an open challenge to the powers, and practically declares war. It commands the provinces to enroll the Boxers and troops to assist to expel the foreigners." LONDON. July 4, 2:30 a. . m.-;-Couriers ho are arriving at the seats of government of the southern viceroys from their agents in Teklng give vivid but fragmentary pictures of what Is being enacted in the capital. These couriers seemingly left Peking a day. or two later than the mesnger of Sir Robert Hart, the Inspector general o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900. 5 UNION PACIFIC RFFAIRS lUMiltAL OVnilTl HMNCi SAID TO BC is ijtOGKi:ss ox tiiksl: lim:s. Carer Cnln In PaMfngfr Traffic of the niK Four Vnnilalln Sinke av Remarkable Hun to St. Louis. The long-expected assault upon the old officers of the Union Pacific has broken out. Superintendent of Motive Power McConal. who has been with the company twentyone years, has been removed. Samuel Hutchinson, assistant general passenger agent, after fifteen years service, has been asked to resign and tendered his resignation taking effect July 1. and it is Faid other eld officers -will go soon, especially General Manager Edward Dickinson. Dickinson has grown up with the Union racific, having first been with the road In the capacity of section man, . later as telegraph operator, etc. These changes have come about as a result of the orders of President Burt Jew blood 'is being substituted in head of flees as rapidly as possible. In many retpects office ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1000. Telephone Call. Busings Oifice Editorial Ttooms M Ti:ims of sunscniPTiox. DAILY EY MAIL. Pally only. "ne year 8 00 Daily, inciuiins Sunday, one year ,w Sunday or.Iy. one year Patty only, one month JO. 70 Ually only, three months 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Pally, per week, by carrier 15 cts Funlay, single copy 5 cts Daily and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. rcr year ..1.09 Reduced Rates to Clol. Subscribe with any of our numerous ag?nts or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolls Ind. Person endin? th Journal through the mails In the L'nlt! graten should put on an elgnt-pae raper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or slxten-patce paper a TWO-CENT poptape tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. AH communications Intended for publication In this paper mut. In ordr to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of the writ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4', 1900. RECENT PUBLICATIONS. The llelgn of Law. James Lane Allen has given this story a title which does not easily associate itself with Kentucky the land it celebrates so It may be as well to say at once that it has to do with the moral and spiritual, not lhe civil law. It Is a story of the development of a soul, the growth of a religious life; a record of the encounter of a simpleminded young believer In God and Christian teachings as he has tound them in the EIble with a man-made creed, lie is net lble to accept the creed, and his rejection 3f it. with the consequent ending of his eherished hope of becoming a minister of the gospel and the disappointment of his parents, is a tragedy. The theme is not new In fiction. Variations of It are the burden of "Robert Ellsmere." "John Ward, Preacher." and The Story of an African Farm." It is not an especially attractive theme,' ither. to those who look only for liSht fiction-thls illustration of...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1D0O. STATEMENT OF TilE CONDITION OF TIIC Indiana Trust Company At the Close of Business, June 30, 19C0. ASSETS. Collateral Loan f ."520,GSn.5 SlortaKC Loan 337,ÖS"5.14 JIunlclpnl Ho ml 200,310.0 Other Stock. and nondt . . Si.IsS. ll l'rfmlnm on Honda ....... 3,033.37 Company' IlulItlliiK 307,000.00 YnnKa and Farnitnre 50,000.00 Insurance Department .... (5,3 ll. 1Advance to llntnie 2,307.27 Caib and Doe from Itankii Company'? Funds.... $vl,6T9.23 Trust Funds 135,0b j.W-0S7,030.Sl $3,1 11, 537.33 LTACILITICS. Capital Stock . .f 1,000,000 raid In f8 10,000.00 S orpins ..............a... ,000.00 Undivided Profit 14,220.49 Deponits 2,073,002.00 Doe Trust Department 137,777.85 $3,111,507.33 OFFICERS. J. P. FRCXZEL, President. FRED FAIIXLEY, Vice Pres. E. G. CORNELIUS, 2nd Vice Pres. JOIIX A. BUTLEn, Secretary. DinECTons. Fred Fahnley. O. ?. Frunze!. Edward Hawkins. E. G. Cornel lu3. James Frcctor. II. V. Lawrence. J. P. Frenzel. James F. Fail...

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