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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900. 9 ome Kevisio: 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 JHÖTjLWEG & CO. IMPORTERS, Dry Goods, Notions, Wooleiis, Etc. Useful Articles for Invalids. Itee.ining and Rolling Chairs for parlor and street. Carrying Chairs. "Wheeled Couches. Food Sierillzs and Desiccators. Feedin and Spit Cups. Elctrlc Kelts. Insoles and Batteries. Bath Cabinets. 1V3I. II. ARMSTRONG & CO.. C4 and 225 S. Meridian street, Indianapolis, Ind. AGREED ON OSE POINT UE3IOCnATS, rOPt'LISTS, SILVER RE PUBLICAN'S ALL FOR 10 TO 1. Tripartite Conference at Which There Was Unanimity of Opinion ai ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 4 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900. BRYAS SOT CHANGED still in p.won op free amj tx LI3IITED COINAGE. . . Permission Given to Reprint an Old Letter in Which III Position M Plainly Stated. HE IS FOR THE 16-T0-1 RATIO AND ANYBODY WHO SAYS HC IS NOT IKAKS FALSELY. lie. Has Not Yet Annonnred His In tention of Gointc to Kan na City Visitors at Lincoln. ' NEW YORK, July 3. William J. Bryan Jri response to a private telegram urging him to drop the silver Issue wrote a letter to the managing elltor of the World which was received on May 2. The World to-day requested Mr. Bryan's permission to print thi following extracts because 'they give Eastern Democrats who do not know him a clearer conception of his character than any of his published' letters or spreche? Mr. Bryan gave his permission and the World will to-morrow print the following: . "Whenever you Fee in the newspapers that I have ' abandoned silver or side tracked it "or "tried in any way-to evade It you can set It dow...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 4 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900. 11 journal's nusixcss directory. y AGEXT INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL Vn. L. Klee, west Jiicniran aireeu eie- r'ione: old. ZS:j; new. Z1L Territory weit of Vnlt river. COAL- : COAI-CcDurn coal Co.. kbi zza mi. w taraclte. coke, hard and oft coaL Phon 244. FLORISTS- RERTERMANN FLORAL. COMPANY. New No. 241 Mn tv.. ZZi N. Del, st. TeL W. LaL'NDKICS UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. Werte called for. 121-144 Vlrr- 'Maone lffl. 11ANTKLS AND GRATES P. IL. PURSELL (Mantel. Furnace). 231 Mui. in. Latent lawyers V. IL LOCK WOOD. t 413-411 Lemcke buiMlnr. 6 ALI AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (CarrUret. Traps. Buck board, etc.) Circle. TeL 1037. fciiOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL, m South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCIIARD. 90 N. Delaware t. Tel 411. Lady Attendant. V ALL PAPERS . II. C. STEVENS. New Styl Wall Papr. Low prices. 820 N. Senate ave. TeL 2 on ZZi. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. PLANNER A BUCHANAN Licensed embaliners.) Can ahlp diphtheria and scarlet fe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 4 July 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900. Th j MolMay XÜill find our store closed all day. 1 JL. S. lyres Company Indiana's Greatest distributers of Dry Goods I THE H. LIEBER COMPANY The Camera Season Is Here There's no such assortment in the State as here. Every worthy make. THE H. LIEBER COMPANY Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. Your Summer Suit We can make it, whether of Wall Paper, Carpets, Curtains, Cool Draperies, Screens or whatsoever things of the kindthat make home nicer. 'Twill suit the wife and mother exactly to have this sort of things, and if they are suited you are happy. So what better "sum mer suit" can you get than by com ing to... Albert Gall's Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and lO Weit Washington St. nrjwocd Floors lall finished aai rsflnlihiS. Danbury Straw Hats Are the Lightest Good Hats oa the Market Hough or Split Straw for $1 In Yacht or Sailor Shape. NEGLIQEE SHIRTS-In Madras Cloth, with two late style, high band, turn- do wn collars and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 July 1900

JKMA 1 "w QU DA.I.V l-STALLLUCÜ": VOL. L-NO. 186. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1900-TWELVE PAGES. T)T)Tnp O rl?1VTrrC IAT RAILWAY NKWS HASPS. rN I IvICxj ö ClilSlb. tkains and Sundays : ci;nt.:. ' " ' i i - - ft piAMNDHILL 'LY TWO DEMnrniTB wm CEIVKD OVATIONS YESTEIIDAY. :ntl at Chicago In 180G In Hn- Of the Xebraskan Duplicated at Kansas Clty DEMONSTRATION TOR HILL THAT WAS XOT RELISHED BY CROKER, AXD Hts FELLOWS. Tainmnnylte. silent When the Conl Yentlon Went Wild Orer Men tion of the Ex-Senator. THREE SESSIONS WERE HELD BUT NOTHING WAS ACCOMPLISHED BEYO.D ORGANIZATION. Tailnre to Report riatform Caused Break in the Plan to Nominate Bryan on the Fourth. ENTHUSIASM HADE TO ORDER BRYAN DID NOT APPEAR, SO HEAD WAS EXHIBITED. HIS Shreird Scheme to Uncork Cheers .Which Worked Like a Charm Scenes In the Galleries. KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 4. Amid Bcenes of tumultuous enthusiasm befitting such an event and such a day, the Demo cratic national convention began Its ses sions to-da...

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

uiible. except to those close to him. The name ef Mark Hanno, uttered v accents which did not imply approval, was the first thing the crowd at large caught, and al though not many knew Just what the rals-t-ile had been, or whether It had hit the xr.ark. there was a howl of delight. Ills prognostications of Democratic success r.ext fall were the signal for another vocal rpasm, and when he declared that If the Democrats of the country had not sufficient lonfidence In their delegates to Intrust the eau5c of Democracy- to them, they would aot have tent them here to nominate a candidate for the presidency. This, coming from a man of Mr. Altgeld's known atti tude upon the silver question, was taken ty the 15-to-l advocates as a direct cham pionship of their cause and they were on their feet In an Instant, shouting and wav ing; hats and handkerchiefs with the great rst enthusiasm. So loud was the cheering that the speaker was compelled to suspend his remarks until the uproar had subsided. ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUHNALy THURSDAY, JULY ICC 3. New York Store Established 1S53. Sole Acmti DutterlcU Patterns. ToDay Apron Ginghams, a yard 3 c Cotton Crash in a heavy quality, a yard ... ..4c Plain White Goods, a yard ....... 4c Fancy Ribbons, a yard lc Children's Hosiery 6c Men's Half Hose 4c. Ladies Hosiery.. . Ladies' Undervests 4c Children's Parasols 23c Ladies' Crash Skirts 39c Screen Doors 59c Pettis Dry Goods Co. I YOU GET j j What You Want I I IN Soft Shirts j jAND Underwear j IatMA ; 44 East Washington 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. 6. W. Cor. Delaware nnd Ohio Streets. AMUSEMENTS. Delia Fox and her sister are at West Baden. It Is said that Miss Fox will head a large comic opera company next season. XXX Wilton Lackaye is said to have succeeded In producing the best dramatization of Xes Miserables" that has ever been...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JULY 1C 0. FALL OF TIEX-TSIN STATIVE QUARTER OP THE CITY IS SAID TO HAVE XICCX CAPTURED. Chinese I.onnen Since the Fighting; II e con Reported to He Between 7,000 nnd SMK). 'ALLIED FORCES WAITING WOULD HC SUICIDE TO ATTE3IIT TO HCAC1I PEKING NOW. Great Army la Needed to Dislodge the 200,000 Chinese in the "Way The Empire Divided, ' LONDON, July 5, 2:40 a. m. The com manders of the allies in Tien-Tsln Inform the correspondents that it would be suicide to attempt to reach Peking with the troops now available. In the face of the colossal force of imperial-troops and Boxers occu pying the country bctw-en Tien-Tsin and Peking. So far from taking the offensive, the 12,004 international troops at Tien-Tsin and the 8,000 others at Taku and immediate points can barely Keep up communications, fighting Incessantly with overwhelming numbers, using far more numerous artil leries than, the allies. This telegram has been received: "Shanghai," July 4, 11:10 a. m....

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

THÜ IUDIARArüLIG JOUHHAL, THUESDAY, JULY 5, IZZd. 0 DAY SESSIONS openisg rnocKnDi.G5 of the DEMOCItATIC CONVENTION. Incidents Attending: the Assembling of the Delegates nnd Scene In and About the Hall SPEECH BY GOVERNOR THOMAS OX ASSr3IIXG THE CHAIR AS TEM rORARY PRESIDING OFFICER. Republicans Arraigned for All Man ner of Alleged Misdoings and Democracy Apotheosized GREAT DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE READ WITH MUCH SIIOW Image of Bryan Ostentatiously Exhlb ited Hill the Hero of the Day Second Session Brief KANSAS CITY, Mo.. July 4 All roads here this Fourth of July lead to conven tion hall, -where Chairman Jones, at noon, called the national Democratic convention to order. Throughout the night there had been no sleep, for the sky was lurid and the noise deafening from the sound of rockets and cannon and every conceivable kind of noise. After daylight the shock developed Into one long continued roar, in which the patriotism and enthusiasm of the party was blended....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 July 1900

II 'fUE INDIA!? APOLIG JOUIIITAL, THÜRGDAY, JULI' "f 0 THE DAILY JOURNAL .THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1900. Tflrphonc Call. Business OrSce ZA Editorial Rooms M teiois of srnsc:miTiof. CAIL.T DT MAIL. fWülr o!r. on yr S-00 Dailr. Including Sunday, one year li.oo Sunday only, one year 2-04 Taitr only, one month $0.70 Daily only, three months IW WHEN FURNISHED BT AGENTS. Pally, per week, by carrier eta Fun'iay. single copy eta laJly and Sunday, per week, ty carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Per year - IU Reduced Ha ten to CI ab. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY. Indianapolis, Person sending; the Journal thoorh the malls In the United tat should put en an etht-pae paper a ONE-CENT postage stimp; on a twelve or txten-pae paper a TWO-CENT postage stamp. .Foreign postage is usually double these rates. . All communications Intended for publication In this paper roust-, ia order to receive attention, be accompanied ty the name and address of the w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 July 1900

THE " IHBIAITAPOLIß JOÜIIIIAI,, THOHODAY, JULY 5, lluS. SILVER REPUBLICANS FIRST SRSSIOX OF TIIDIR CONVEN TION TOORLY ATTENDED. SIerc Sprlnkllns of Tcople In the Hall "When National Chairman Torrn e Called Delegates to Order. IWO SPEECHES DELIVERED JIE3IARKS OF MR. TOWNE AND THE ONCE TEARFUL TELLER. Latter Say He I Greatly Pleased Because He Left the Repub lican rnrty In 189G. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July 4.-The na tional convention of the National Silver Itepublican party met In the Auditorium to 2ay. The delegates -were slow in arriving and it was some time after 12, the hour fixed for the convention, when Chairman Charles A- Towne's gavel fell, and the party, formed in St. Louis four years ago, Efter the bolt of the advocates of free silver from the Republican national convention, was launched on its first regular national gathering. Twenty-four States and Territories were represented at the conventtion. Compara tively few spectators were present, owing to the assembling of the Democra...

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

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1CÜ0. ÜJiVEILED AT PARIS STATTE OF T1IK GREAT LAFAYETTE, Fit AX CO-A M Ell I CA rresldent nf the Itepablle and Ills 311nlcr, Noted Diplomats and Other Notabilities Prftent. SPEECHES OF BABE ELOQUENCE R0l'.OCD PERIODS OF ARCHBISHOP IRELAND'S ORATORY. Porter Loabrt, Peek, 31 m. Mnnnlns and Thompson Anionic the Speak er at the Ilrllllant Errnt. PARIS. July 4. In the presence cf the President of the republic, M. Loubet, the United States ambassador, Gen. Horace Porter, and a brilliant assemblage of repre sentative Frenchmen and the most promi nent members of the American colony here the statue in honor of General the Marquis De Iiafayette, the gift of the American school children to France, wan presented to the nation by Ferdinand W. Peck, presi dent of the Lafayette memorial commis sion, and was accepted by President Loubet In behalf of France. This latter fact con stitutes eloquent testimony of the im portance the French government attache...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1800. yHm UrH 1 1 L2' WIS 0 1113 K 047,000 U. S. Gov't coupon 3s 32,000 Lawrence County, Ind 4s $26,000 nonroe County, Ind 4y2s Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis fSre Ins. Co. Stock. Indiana Title Guaranlj&ad Loan Co. Stock. Price and particulars lipon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Beds. Pillow and Chair Cushions, Hospital lUnjrs. Urinals. Bed Pans, Fountain and Bulb fcyrinpes. Hot Water Uottles. fctomaca Tubes and Shower Baths. Bath Cabinets. WM. II. ARMSTRONG & CO.. SURGICAL INSTRUMENT MAKERS 224 and 223 S. Meridian street. Indianapolis, Ind. HORROR AMD SHAME CONDITION OP A FIELD HOSPITAL, AT BLOE3IFOXTEIX. Text of the Letter of Burdett-Coutts, Exposing Dereliction of the Brltlsa Medical Staff. PATIENTS DIED OF NEGLECT tiO StTPLIES FOR THEM, NOR A SUF FICIENT HOSPITAL) FORCE. Lot on the Hard Ground, AVI thou t Shelter, Nourishing Food or Medi cine Jolted. In OX'Wagon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 July 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS J0U3KAL, THURSDAY, - JULY G, ICH. STATE1ENT-0F-TUE CODITION OP T3in Indiana Trust Company At the 'Close of Business, . . June 30, 150). ASSHT. Collated Loan r20,r,0.S5 SlnrtKiiKr Loans ........... ;JT 7.1H.'J.14 Mnnlclp.il Bond IKid.-T IC.OG Other tockR and Ilondn .. 513,2S,41 l'rrmlnm on Bonds . ..... 3,933.37 Company' IlulltlinK ....... 37,0OMH) Yr.tilts nmi rnrnhure 'ßMOO.lK Inmranrf Dfpnrtmrnt ,3I9.2 Advanrfi to Estates '2JVJ7JZ7 Cash and Due from Bankst Company's Funds'."... -SM.Ci9.23 Trust Fund?........'.'.. 1ZZ,Z-0.1Z 0S7.039.Sl 3,1 11, .'507.33 LIABILITIES. OinHitl StnrL- 1 IMM1 IMMI T ' ' Paid In . .' :. .$810.000.00 Surplus ............. 75,0K).00 tndlrlded Profit 1 12. 10 Drpotlt ,073,c:(;2.00 Dae Trast Department 137,777.8." $3,111,507.33 OFFICERS. J. r. FnnZTL, President. FI1ED FIIMY, Vice Pre. K. G. CORNELIUS, 2nd Vice Pres. JOHN A. DtTLEH, Secretary. dir.ectos. Fred Fahnley. O. N. Frenzel. -Kdward lla-wklns. K. G. Cornelius. Albert Lieber. James P...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1900. 11 JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. AVri I P.lc. ".Vest Mlchlsan'street. Tclo rhues: old. 2S:Zi: new. 31:2. Territory west of UMlo river COAl CO AI. Ccburn Coal Co.. East KJ t An thraclte. coke, hard and oft coal. Phone .44. FLOUXSTS- "" r.nRTKHMANN FLORAL. COMPANY. New No. 2tl Mais ave.. 22$ N. Del, st. Tel. t4X UNIOX CO-CrEr.ATTVE LAUNDRY. Work called for. 12S-144 Vlrr- are. 'Mi one 12S3. liANiEI-S AND G KATES P. iL PURSELL Olaculs, Furnace;). 221 M. . PATENT LAWYERS V. XL LOCKWOOD. , , MJ, tiJiL.il AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Euck boards. etcj 25 Circle. Tel. 1037. fclKVCASE5J WILLIAM WEiGEL. ..,. . . 14S South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCIIARD, 3 N. Delaware at. Tel 411. Lady Attendant. V ALL PAPERS H. C. STEVENS. New Sty! "Wall Paper. Low prlcea. N. Senat are. Tel. 2 on 2X2. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. PLANNER & BUCHANAN (Licensed embalmers.) Can ahlp diphtheria and scarlet fever. Lady embalmer for ladl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 5 July 1900

Erfüllt 12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1900. L. S. Ay"RES32. CO Gray Sf(irts at 5.98 They arc made of all-wool gray cheviot, unlined and trimmed with an applique of black taffeta the best value of the season, all in the new flare shape. Sec them Thursday. L. S. Ay res S3L Co. Indiana's Greatest Distributer of Dry Goods Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. loir Summer We can make it, whether of Wall Paper, Carpets, Curtains, Ccol Draperies, Screens or whatsoever things of the kindthat make home nicer. 'Twill suit the wife and mother exactly to have this sort of things, and if they arc suited you are happy. So what better "sum mer suit" can you get than by com ing to.... Albert Gall's Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 West Washington St. Hardwood Floor laid flntah3 ana raSalahtd. r DICYCLE GLOVES. . 25c and up ROWING- GLOVES 50c and up CHAMOIS GLOVES 75c and up The real ntuff. 10 CAST WASIJIXGTOX STIIECT. BELGIAN HABE BREEDERS Association Holds Its First Annn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 6 July 1900

JOUBNAI WEEK LT ESTAItLTSIIKD 1523. l VTiT T PllMiVtf L Daily established igo. J V JLt. la' !lIOfa INDIANAPOLIS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1900--TEN PAGES. 1 KILL O L-biN 1 C. TRAINS AND SUNDAYS, i CUNTS. IKBIANAFOH 4 r 1 I BRYAN CHOSEN UNANIMOUSLY N03IINATED BY THG DE3IOCRATIC CONVENTION. Iii lC-lo-1 Plank Inserted In the Tlat . form, bnt Not 3Iade the lune of First Importance EXTORT MADE TO BURY IT BY DEVOTING 31 ANY "WORDS TO AN-TI-ISIPERIAL1SM Friend of the Candidate Tartly Robbed of Their Sliver Victory on the Resolution Committee. SCENES III THE CONVENTION .OLDHAM'S NOMINATING SPEECH FOL LOWED BY A DE3IONSTRATION. Nearly Half an Hour Spent by the Del egates In Slaking Themselve Be lieve They Were All Happy, HILL'S SPEECH TOR HARMONY WELL RECEIVED BY ALL EXCEPT CROKER AND HIS BRAVES. Little Applause for the SIsteen-to-One Flank, but Wild Tumult Over the Other "Paramount Issue KANSAS CITY, July 5.-Willlam J. Bryan, of Nebraska, was to-night unan imously placed In nomination as the...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY ' B, . 1900. dowager, the letter reads, are completely under the thumb of Trlnce.Tuan and Yang KI. Dispatches from Hong-Kong say the Triad?," a secret society, are assuming a tnreatenlng demeanor on the mainland. Li Ilungr Chang has sent 5,000 men to oc cupy the Bogue forts at the mouth of the Canton river. The Shanghai correfpondent of the Dally Telegraph wires under date of July 4: "Yuan Eikal, Governor of Shan-Tung, tele graphs the French consul here that Prince Tuan Is preparing an edict ordering the extermination of all foreigners. This Is probably Intended to prepare the public for tho worst news. Chinese cumulative re ports, which are generally believed here, declare all the foreigners in Peking have teen massacred. The safety of all foreign ers in North China depends upon Japan's prompt action. Japan has 70,000 troops ready, but is prevented from sending them to China by international jealousies." JAPAN IS CAUTIOUS. The morning papers h...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1900. New York Store V Established 1S53. Sole AcrnU Ilatterlck rattern. We Close ToDay At 12:30 In order to rrive our emnloves a half i Iioliday during the heated term, we shall continue the custom inaugurated by us last season of closing our store j each Friday during July and August at 1220. We .respectfully request our patrons tö co-operate with us in this movement I by doing their Frida- shopping before noon. We shall offer each Friday dur ( ing the Season such special attractions S as will make it to your interest to come down. . To-day, on account of our Mill I End Sale now in progress, our store is lull of special bargains. Pettis Dry Goods Co. "TELL THE TRUTH" Specials for Saturday: Dressed hen. 11c lb; spring chickens, 25c lb; lard, per lb, 10c and Ec: choice rib roasts, 15c; rump boiling pieces, 12Vsc; chuck. 10c. Dairy butter, 12V-;c; Elpin creamery, 17c; fresh country butter, choice, 25c. Fresh roasted Santos coffee. 15c lb. All ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY G, 1300. THE DAILY JOURNAL ) : FRIDAY, JULY G, 1000. Telephone Call. TJusinejs Office.. ....223 Editorial Room f8 TCRMS OF St 'USCHI PTION. : " ' DAILY BY MAIL. Paily onlr. on yar.... H-M Iaii-. in'-l'.i lintr Sun-lay, one year lt.t0 bunJay only, one year 2.W Pally only, one month Jl.Ti Daily only, three months 2.00 WHEN FURNISH HD BY AGENTS. Daily, par wftk. by carrier 1 cts FuTnlay, single copy 5 cts laily and fc'unday, pr week, by carrier.... 2) cts WEEKLY. Ter year .. 1.00 Rrilrtrcd Rates to Onus. Fubscrifwith any of our numerous agents or send subscription to the journal; newspaper company, "Indianapolis, Xnd. Person sendlnr .the. Journal through the malls In the Unite! State should put on an eight-race paper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or sixteempae paper a TWO-CENT poatagre stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates.. ,-. All communications Intended for publication In this paper rnut. In order to receive attention, be...

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