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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1900. TWO SESSIONS DEMOCRATS 3IET I!t TIIK 3IORXING, WAITED FOR TUE TLATFORM, And Adjourned Until Late In Afternoon, After Listening to Speeche by Some of the Party Leader. m IB ANTIC YELLS TOE Ml WHO SEEMED TO HE THE MOST POPULAR MAX IN THE CONVENTION. Beckham Exhibited aa an Example of Kentucky Goebeliam and Per mltted to Talk Briefly. PROCEEDINGS IN DETAIL PLATFORM READ BY PITCHFORK TILLMAN IN THE AFTERNOON. I prearranged Demonstration That Gbtc the Delegate a Chance to Test Their Lnnet. - . SPEECH BY WEBSTER DAVIS yVTLO DRAMATICALLY RENOUNCED THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. I Romlnatlng Addresses Crow Eaten by Hill Not a Single Vote Caat Against Bryan. KANSAS CITY, July 5. Convention Hall Bras again besieged to-day by eager and lexcited thousands, and long before the jtlme set for opening the second day'a proceedings of the convention all of the streets approaching the building were solidly Inassed "with humanity, moving forward to fche many entra...

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

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1900. tomewhat la order. He was heard distinctly, his bisr voice flllinfr the hall, and at tach of the telling points In his address applause broke forth. Colorado Rave way to Illinois, and Judpe Thompson took the platform, while the audience a sain cried for "Hill." He bepan In a tumult, but goon received attention, and seconded the nomination In behalf of his State. . Judge Thompson did not take the ten minutes allotted him. and when he finished Connecticut yielded for David U. Hill. liven as the State yielded the convention took tip the cry which has been on Its tonsrue for two days. Flags waved and the delegates rose and cheered with the audience. The men from New York wearing the Tammany badges were the only delegates who k-pt their seats. Kx-Senator Hill forced h.s way to the platform and waved his hand for silence. When the cheers and cries of "Hill!" "Hill!" had concluded and the vast audience was seated he began to fpeak slowly, b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 6 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1900. rv till delegates wait all, day and lose theiii tempers. A Mlnnesotan Attempt to Talk lint a Kansnn Order Illm to licit a me His Seat. CONVENTION IN AN UPROAR CUT FINALLY QUIETS DOWN AND LISTENS TO A "FOG IIOII.W Indiana Chentlle Voice In Evidence Jadffe Drown, of Ohio, Permanent Chairman KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 5. The delegates to the Republican sliver convention straggled Into the Auditorium hall very slowly this morning and when Chairman Teller called the convention to order at 10:30 a. m. not more than half the delegates were present. Chairman Teller was ex tremely hoarse as a result of his long speech yesterday and yielded the chair to Frank T. Ransom.. of Nebraska. Immediately after convening, the report of the committee on credentials was called for, but it was not ready and. a recess was taken until Its report was completed. The California delegation came to the Auditorium to-day with the determination to force -the nominations ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 6 July 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1900. "J STATDIEN'T OF THE CONDITION The Marion Trust Co. ASSISTS. Mortgage loans Collateral Joans 5'HD,67S.M 9.255.00 2ü scf lianeous bonds Ileal csiat,- Insurance 'rental dtT'.'irtmfnt Advances, to C:tatf s Furniture anl fixtures .... Kcal estate and 1:410:11 2.015.1) 2.112.20 Bond premium J2.I'1.40 ...... '',2j. I , n.rAW r ;.2ri.:) Cash ....... Accounts '.receivable Trust securities ,Vnpld capital clock lso.ooo.nj . . . ; . ' LIABILITIES. Ca pi t .-if It oc k -. ; . : r. Undivided,' profits Savings deposit Real 'estate. Insurance rental department 'Accounts payable , Trust deposits , ' 7;U$2.11l.lJ jsno.noo.co 4;.sw.m 665. 603. S3 and ...... 4.K.31 ... fi. 4 . 2. fr3 163.507-33 ' y . : . OFFICERS. JOSEPH P. ELLIOTT. President. FERDINAND WINTER. Vice President. PRESTON T. K ELSEY. 2d V. President. P. C. TRÜSLER. Secretary and Treasurer. DIRECTORS. Uoseph T. Elliott. S. J. Fletcher, 8. P. Sheerln. P. T. Kelsey. Ferdinand Winter. Geo. C. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 6 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1900. .... - . . - r 9 JOURNAL'S DUSIXCSS DIRCCTORT Wm. I Rice. 2503 Weit Mich lean street. Telephones: old. 23750; new, Territory west ot white river. CO AI,- ! '- ! COAL Ccburn Co! Co.. East 2M st. An. tfcractte. coke, bard and soft coaL Phone 244S. FLORISTS n ERTER MA NN FLORAL COM PANT, New No. Ul Mas ave.. 22 N. Del, st. TeL UX LAL'NDKIES " UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRT. Work called for. 12S-H4 Vir, are, 'i-hone ItCT. MANTELS AND GHATES P. M. PURS ELL. (Mantels. Funncw). 231 Masa. ave. LATENT LAWYERS V. IL LOCKWOOD. 41S-41S Lemcke bqlMlng. KALE AND LIVERY STABLESHORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Buckboards. ?c;JSSjClrcl &HOW CASES WILLIASI WEIGEL. Hi South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCHARD. 93 N. Delaware st. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. .Wall papeus . IL C. STEVENS. New Style Wall Paper, Low prices. SCd N. Senate ave. TeL 2 on ZmZ. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FLANKER & BUCHANAN-Licensed em balmers.) Can ship dlphlherU an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 6 July 1900

in THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1900. L. S. A.y"RESf3L CO 1 J&Windottv We've arranged a display in one of the side windows of a most attractive lot of new, low-priced Pictures. Amonqr them are Medallions at 15c. Colored Pictures, matted, at 15c. Oval Engravings, mounted, at 10c. L. S. Ay res CSL Co. Indiana's Greatest Distributers of 7)ry Goods Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. A JUMPING JUNE HE midsummer month of July follows hard on the most active June ever known in our establishment; we don't expect you to be interested In our big sales, except as pointers that the ceaseless activity of our Modern Methods, bringing always the newest things, is right. You'll lind it always a pleasant place to :ome any of the many departments of our establishment, and you are cordially invited to come it all times. ALBERT GALL, Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 Writ Washington St. Hardwood Floors laid, finlahad and rsfinlahad. Diamond Rings... "It will be the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 July 1900

IMBIAMATOLIS JOUENAL whkkly i:sT.nr.iFiinD is::. vnt t vn ioq DAILY KSTAUi.ISHCD WA. VHj. li 1 J. löö. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING,' JULY 7, 1900. TT TfT? O prVTC 5 AT RAILWAY NEWS STANDS. nN 1 KILrJh o SuhtiS Lc. train and flvdayh, s cents. ? 1 1; r IE. STEVENSON Ä03IINATED FOR VICK PRESIDENT I1Y THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Received 5.: 1-2 Voten, Less Than Two-Thirds, hat Delegat Chanccd And Made Choice Unanimous. BUT ONE BALLOT WAS TAKEN jrwo hundred votes cast for HILL AND SD 1-2 FOR TOW.E. Latter Was Not Popular, While the Convention Came Near Heins Stampeded for "I Am a. Democrat.' CHECKED BY HILL HIMSELF while: tug demonstration in his favor was at its height. Blade a Speech from the Platform, Begging; the Delegates Not to Nominate Him FEW CHEEKS FOB STEVENSON C03IPAItED WITH THE WILD TUMULT OVER. EX-SENATOR HILL The Nominating Speeche and Incidents of the CI on! nff Session Proceedings in Detail Tor President ..WILLIAM J. BRYAN .Vite President ADLAI E. STEVENSON JV. J. BRYAN Bo...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1900. Telegraph, dated July 5. says the losses of all Chinese up to June 2D totaled GOO. According to the Dally Telegraph's correspondent. In a dispatch dated Thursday. United States Consul McWade has great Influence with LI Huns Chang and has persuaded him to Issue a proclamation containing detailed instructions to prefects, subprefects and magistrates. It orders them to detect, behead and otherwise severely punish Boxers. These officials, the proclamation says, will be held responsible for the safety of the missionaries and native Christians. The Governors of two Quoungs Join in thl3 proclamation. Another proclamation issued by Li Hung Chang directs that persons starting any uprising shall be at once beheaded, and that those spreading false rumors shall be severely punished. Thia latter phrase. In a Chinese Eense, means slow Strangulation by means of a wooden collar. Wholesale executions afe expected to follow these proclamations. Offici...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1300 - 3 New York Store Established 1S33. Sole Agent Datterlck rattern. Milfinds r Of Linens Two Cotton Towels for ..C Cotton Iluck Toweling, a Ar yard 00 yards Check Glass Cloth, In Ar the Mill End Sale u 73 dozen hemmed Huck Towels, Qr worth in this sale for -v-M-Inch Table Linen, worth 27c, Qr thlf sale for ÄOU 300 yards Mill Ends of Cream Damask, In 2. 2H and 3-yard length?, at ftr a yard $S-Inch fine bleached Damask, Efr worth 63c. this sale Napkins, in half-dozen lots, at, a half dozen, 34 c, 50c, 65c, 83cand $1.10 Pettis Dry Goods Co. Indiana Dental College Department of DentUtry. University of Indianapolis. for all kinds of dental work. The fees are to coTer the costs only. Receives patients from 9 a. m. to i a p. in. . Cor. Delaware and Ohio Streets. AMUSEMENTS. Louis Cassavant has been engaged by Klaw & Erlanger to sins the bass role In their new comic opera, "Foxy Qulller." xxx Everhart, a young man who does some rem...

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

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY- 7, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1S00. Telephone Call. Busings Oif.ce 2C5 Editorial Rooms S terms or srnscitiPTiox. DAILY RT MAIL. DaJJy only, on? y-ar W Dailv. including Sur.day. one year JO.oo Sunday only, one year 2.00 Dally only, one month $4.70 Daily only, three months 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. pally. pr week, by carrier IS cts Fumiay. ringle copy 6 cts Lmiy and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 23 cts WEEKLY. Ter year 1.M Reduced Ilntcs to Clnbs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or send subserlptlon to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending the Journal through the malls in the United htau should put on an eight-page paper a ONE-CENT postage Ptamp: on a twelve or Ixteen-pajfe paper a TWO-CENT postage ratesP" rrin I9la& 1 usually double these vA" rommur.3-atlons Intended for publlcattn In tt-U paper must. In order to rece-ive attention, be accompanied by th name and addres...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1900. 5 1 rrrz - . . v MAN'FG DEPÄITIENT OFFERS COLORED SHIRTSLaundered and Negligee In men's, youths' ahd boys' size Percale, Madras and Oxford. WHITE SHIRTS, NIGHT SHIRTS, WORK SHIRTS, OVERALLS, JACKETS, COATS, CAMLET PANTS very complete lines LARGELY OP OUR OWN 'MANUFACTURE carefully, made from the best material.' Prompt shipment at less than recent quotations. HIBBEN. HO IMPORTERS, JOBBERS. Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (WHOLESALE $47,000 U. S. Gov't coupoa 3s $2,000 Lawrence County, Ind 4s $26,000 nonroe County, Ind 4x2s Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Indiana Title Guaranty and Loan Co. . Mock. Trice and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. Useful Articles for Invalids. Reclining: and Rolling Chairs for parlor and street. Carrying Chairs. Wheeled Couches. Food bu-rllizra and Desiccators, Feeding and Spit Cuiw, Klectrlc Belts. Insoles and Batteries. Rath ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 July 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 190D. JOURNAL'S nUSI.B33 DinECTOIlY. Wm. L. Rice, reoi Vvest Michigan street. Telephones: old, ZSlZu; new, Jli. Territory wt of r.its river. ' COAL . - COAL Ccburn Cosl Co.. East 22d si. An thraclte. coke, hard and oft coaL Phon 244S. VLOKISTS PCRTEnMAVN FLORAL, COMPANY. New No. 2il Mass ave.. 22 N. Del, st. TeL 140. L'NION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. Work ftlH for, 12S-144 Vlrg. ave. 'Ihone 12. MANTEI-S AND GRATES P. iL PURäLLL (Mantel, Furnaces). 231 Mm. are. i'ATENT LAWYERS V. IL LOCKWOOD. 41S-4H Lemcks building. to ALE AND LIVERY STAHLES HORACE WOOD (Carrlas-es. Trap. Burkboards, etc) 23 Circle. TeL 1097. feliOW CASESWILLIAM WEK3EL. 2 13 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERSFRANK MLAKCHARD. fr! N. Delaware st. Tel 4IL Lady Attendant. wall papers IL C STEVENS. New Styl Wall rrr. Low prlees. 63 N. Senate eve. Tel. 2 on 2. fuxcr.il directors. FLANNER A BUCHANAN Licensed embtlmfrt.) Can ship diphtheria, and scarlet fever. Lady embalmer for ladlea...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1900. 7 Indiana Title Gnaranty& Loan Co Ii i Company Its ihc mcBt complete Title rian in lnd!r, tmbmrirr the separate Plantaof JtiLLlOTT 4t MUTl-Elt. WILLIAM C. ANDKItSON. and THEODORE STEIN. Tt-.cn hire tccd the test for more than a third of a century. TITLE ISri:ACE.AI5STRACTfsLOANS. SATi; DEPOSITS. S. A. I LL1CHÜH& C0.5 Safe Deposit Vtitilt SO Unat Washington Street Absolute safety against fire and burglar. IoIlceman day and nlht on guard. Designed for afa keepin of Money. liond. Willi. Deeds. Abstracts, surer Plate. Jewels and raluabla Trunk, Packages, etc Contains 2.1 boxe. Bent 3 to 45 reryear. J OII.1 S. TARKI.GTO?TMM.M..Manaser. SHARES SHOW WEAKNESS WALL STREET L" NABLE TO HOLD THURSDAY'S STRENGTH Prnctlcally All Department! Under the Hammer of the Bear Local Trade a Little Better. At New York yesterday money on call was easy at per cent.; last loan, lVa per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 3;jV2 Ier centStelln...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 July 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1900. L. S. AyHESfSi CO Ha 1 f-Ho lid ays Half -Day Sales Start to-day Saturday. Judge of values by these few items: 8 to 3 a. m.-Slx Beauty Pins for.jio Stan. lard Calicoes at.SJJ.o 9 to 10 a. m. Children's Trimmed Straw Hats lOo White Drcts Goods at -lo 10 to 11 a. m Good Iiwns at.,..15o 15 yard3 of Sc Muplln for ... ll.OO 11 to 12 a. m Silks at sTo Checkrd Dres3 Goods at lOo We close for the customary summer half-holiday at 12:30. L, S. Ay res CSL Co. Indiana's Greatest Distributers of 7)ry Goods Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. 66 ACS FROST Would be rather out of his beat to put in an appearance now, Jap Fixings, on the other hand, is much at home. Come and see him. Jap Screens and Portieres, Jap Veranda Curtains, Jap Seats and Stools, Other Porch Curtains. Summer Goods, all of them better than arc usually found, and at better prices (for you). ALBERT GALL, Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 Weit Washington St. Hardwood ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

r UNDÄ URN Part One Pages 1 to 8 Jo' DAILY ESTABLISHED ISM. V OL. 0. 189. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1900-TWENTY PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. JO I KOT YET S LAIN FOREIGXERS IX TEKIXCZ WERE HOLDING OUT OX JtLY.3. Arrival at Shanghai of a Courier from the Chinese Capital rrith Important Xevrs. IWO LEGATIONS WERE INTACT AXD TIIE MIXISTERS AXD GUARDS WERE FIGHTING DESPERATELY. Ttto Tioninnd of the Imperial Troops and 3Iany Leaders of the Boxera Had Been Killed. HAVE POOD AND AMMUNITION AND CAN nOLD OCT FROBABLY FOR SEVERAL WEEKS LONGER. Slay Be Yet Rescued If the Japanese Army Xovr Invading; China Is Fat to Forced Slarchei. USUAL BATCH OF BUMORS EVERY WHITE PERSON" IX FEKIXG SAID TO HAVE BEEX KILLED. Torch Applied to the Legations and the Bodies of Foreigners Cremated, According to One Report. LONDON, June 7, 9:15 p. m. The Foreign Office has issued the text of a telegram from acting Consul General Warren, at Shanghai, confirming, from thoroughly trustworthy sources, the news rec...

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

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUHNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1900. fcf the Paciflc coast. The matter of running a third ticket will probably tie determined after a conference of the Kader at 2-IneoIn. as it U understood that many will meet Mr. Bryan there on Monday. National Chairman E.lmund'ton, J. R. ."Weaver and Thomas Patterson spoke for the Populists, while Chairman Tillotson. ex-Senator Dubois and Representative Shafroth Fpoke for the Silver Republicans. All of the Silver Republicans pledged their hearty support to tho 5iryan and Stevenron ticket, and the Populists said they "were earnestly In favor of the election of Uryan. but pointed out the difficulty of Indorsing the Democratic ticket without being placed In the position of dictators of the party, something that the Populists of Kansas. Nebraska and South Dakota would xiat stand. Tho Silver Republicans presented the names of Chairman Tillotson. Senator Teller and ex-Senator Dubois for representation on the Democratic executive committee. ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1900 CAREER OF AMELIE RIVES TUE FAMOUS VIRGINIA ALTIIOItCSS IS DANGEROUSLY ILL. Uaaband Summoned to Her Side Strange Story of the Authoress of "The Unlet or the Dead.' .Washington Tost, July L Amelle Rives, once Amelie Rives-Chan-lew, now Princess Troubetzskoi. the famous authoress of 'The Quick or the Dead," i3 lying almost at the point of death at the home of , her father. Colonel Albert L. Reeves, at "Castle Hill," Albemarle county, Vfrglnial The final chapter of her romantic career is being written, and though the end may not come for some days, perhaps even weeks, 11 i3 known that the princess Is but a wreck- of her former self. Vor almost a month her husband. Prince Troubetzskoi, has been with her. His studio in Washington was hurriedly closed three weeks ago when a crisis came, and though he has only paid the princess semimonthly calls hitherto, this time he ha? remained by her bedside. Unusual interest Is felt In Washington, not only...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1900. I GERMANY IS AROUSED 'all classes or people discussing events is china. Emperor "William and Ills Ministers of Opinion that the Sitna- - tlon ! Serion. . ... . ...... Alt'1 "VACATIONS' POSTPONED . 22:. t'NTIL TUB TANGLE IX THE FAR ; -. EAST IS UNRAVELED. Revised Vfrnion of the Kaiser YenKrancf Speech Delivered Lnst Week to IIU JInrine. ICoryrisht. 1000. by the Associated Tress.) ' BERLIN'. June 7. The news from China overshadows everything here. The usuallyquiet, self-contained German nation, both high and low; has become highly nervous. Every bit of news from China is commented on heatedly everywhere. Opinions, withal, differ locally among the masses, but the majority believes with the government that the Chinese situation is most serious. This results; too. from Emperor "William and a number of the Cabinet ministers having postponed "their summer vacations, because it is expected that before long the weightiest decisions must be take...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, . SUNDAY, JULY .B.lS'OO. Thunderstorms and cooler In the so QUEER DOINGS IN BOSTON REV. rxlAXIv SANDFOUD'S HOLY GHOST AND IS SOCIETY. Mysterious Services The "Saver" Betieed by the AfHictedHyaterical Women and Strange Prayers. Boston Letter. The templo of the. Holy Ghost and Us Society in Boston has become a house of prayer and mystery. Only the elect attend the meetings, but the work of "saving" the suburbs of Boston still goes on, and the Rev. Frank V. Sandford is a very busy man. Ho is so busy that when he gets inside the temple a guard surrounds him, and the lame and the halt and the blind, and those who wish to receive salvation direct from the leader of the Holy Ghost and Us Society must first pass muster before a host of lesser lights who have become ordained. Mr. Sandford's plans for the future are very uncertain. He says he acts as God dictates, although In his prayers he commands the Almighty when beseeching does not bring the desired results. A f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY; JULY 8, Ku3. - JoÜXlNAIS uusisnss diuectoiit. AG C.T INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL VVrn. L. EL, rfc 3 West Michlran street. Telefhor.M: ol.I. 7iu; new, 31-. lerr'tory west I VMte river. COAL- ' COAL Ccbnra Coel Co.. Eut 22d t- Anthraclte. coke, bard and oft coal. Phon 2443. floristsncr.TnnwAVK floral cow pant. Nw No. 241 Mass tvt.. 22 N. Del. st. Tel. W. laundries" l-nion co-operative laundrt. TVork call! for. 133-144 Vtrg. 'hone 123. XlA.NTELS AND GRATES P. XL FURSELL (Mantels. Furrac. SlMmiTl. i'A'i'HM LAWYERS V. II. LOCKWOOD, 415-411 Lemeke building. bALÜ AND LIVERY STABLES HOHACE WOOD (Carriar. Trap. BucV boarü. etc) Circle. Tel. 1M7. fcUOW CASESWILLIAM WEIOEIh 243 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK RI.ANCHARD. 9-J N. Dtiawtr it. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. Wall papers- . II. C. STEVENS. New Styl Wall Ppr. Low prices. iZ') N. Senat aTe. . Tel. 2 on FLi:ilAL DIItCCTORS. FLAN N ER & RUCJTANAN Licensed embalmers.) Can ehlp diphtheria ar.l scar...

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