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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 9 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 9, 1900. DULL STOCK MOVEMENT TRANSACTIONS ALMOST NIL. ON A i.owiiii piucl. basis. Analyst of n Surirlftlnj? Statement of the Associated Banks Resume of Local Trade Condition At New York yesterday money cn call was nominal; no loans. Irlme mercantile paper, ZQWi per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with actual business In bankers' bills at $1.86? for demand and HS3!sfil.Sl for sixty days;. posted rates. $4.S3 and $4.S74; commercial bills. JI.S3tj4.S3U. Bar silver was filSc; silver certificates, 61YiG&c; Mexican dollars, 4S;c. The weekly statement of the associated New York banks, issued Saturday, shows thd following changes: Surplus reserves, decrease $1.270.300 Loans, decrease 6.57S.G00 Specie, Cecrease 1.363,700 Legal tenders, decrease 1.504.600 Deposits, decrease 6.40O.30O Circulation, increase 67,700 The bmks now hold $15.5S9.200 In excess of the requirements of the 23 per cent, rule. The New York Financier says: 'The statemen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 9 July 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 9, 19Ü0 f L. S. Ayrcs S81 Co. Indiana' Greatest Distributers of "Dry Goods Finest Foulard's 95c Thp satin.flnihrd sort the han.lm 5omt't productions of the famous c Cheney Ilro.'s mill. Our styles are the fir.t choice of thU season's printing, and the as. sortmnt fmbraces every wanted color and effect. Tt&ittcd Foulards 79c The? from the same well-known maker. All arc In fre?b, new patterns, and are the best grade of tht ?tyl rllk. The regular price is Jl.ojj a yard. Japanese Wash SilK 39c The genuin eorded Kalkaii. In an assortment of pink?, blues and heliotropes new style stripes. Until now these goods have oid at 43c a yard. THE II. LIEBER COMPANY The Camera Season Is Here There's no such anortment in the State Ä-5 here. Every worthy make. THE H. LIEBER COMPANY Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret "Work. all Goods Which have come ahead of time Monday's Bargain Sale AXMINSTER RUGS 0x12, worth regularly, $25 Monday, 75 of them $19 75...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 10 July 1900

Uo WEEKLY ESTABLISHED ISZ2. ) irnr Ä DAILY ESTABLISHED U30L VOL. L NO. 191. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 19Ü0. Tnn m miHTmn t AT RAILWAY X ITA 8 FTA7P"i 1 lVlUJb Ö LJri lC. ( TRAINS AND SUNDAYS, i CENTS. SAVEDBYCHISG LOYAL PRI.NCE PRI2VHXTED DESTRUCTION OP TUB LEGATIONS. With Ten Thomaud Troops Tic Seized All the Ammunition Belonging to the Heavy Gam. WAN WAS THUS THWARTED ENABLE TO CSE ARTILLERY AGAINST TIII3 BESIEGED MINISTERS. Tans Ln, Commander of the Northern I Chinese Army, Assisting Chine Aaralnat the Rebels EXODUS PEOM TIEN-TSIN NONC03IDATANT3 LEAVING BESIEGED CITY FOR SAFER POINTS. Allied Forces Attacked Again by the Boxers and Thirty of the Former Killed and Wounded. ' JAPAN MAY BE GIVEN KOREA IF SnE SUCCEEDS IN SUPPRESSING THE CHINESE REBELLION. Celestials Sapplled with Cannon, Machine Gans and Rifles by Great Britain and Germany LONDON. July 10, 3:25 a. m. With the foreigners ln Peking probably safe amid civil war. with Prince Ching on their side, with the pow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 10 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1CC3. Ch!nc?e service was reported to the War IXpartment to-day In a telegram from Vancouver barrack?, Washington. It says the transport Lennon parsed out of Columbia river to iea at 7 o clock this morning. carrying X horses belonging to the Sixth Cavalry, twenty-eisht riding horses for packers and I1)) pack mules. HORSK3 AND HULKS. Keccnt orders of the War Department ln Yölvft the vending of about 4,000 horses and mules from this country to the Philippine? Most of thase are cavalry horse?, forming an important part of the equipment of the squadrons of the First, Third and Ninth rudiments of cavalry ordered to the Philippines. The transportation of the ani mals across the Pacific Is a difficult prob lem. The transports available are not near ly sufficient for the extensive movement in prospect, and It will be necessary to procure at least Fix additional animal transports. Even with the Increased supply of vessels it will take a long time t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 10 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL,. TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1C00. New York Store EatablUhed 1853. Sole Acent! Datterlclc rattern. Fine Salvage Sale The much-advertised "Black Cat" "Leather Stocking" brands, for ladies, children and men, marked at One-Half Their Regular Prices Don't miss this chance. Pettis Dry Goods Co. I YOU GET I What You Want i I IN Soft Shirts I AND Underwear! IKRA 44 East Washington St. Indiana Dental College Department of Deutlfctry. 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. 9. AV. Cor. Delaware and Ohio Streets. AMUSEMENTS. Taul Potter is reported to be at work upon a new play for Charles Frohman, which he will deliver completed in a very short time. XXX "Little Miss Sherlock Holmes" Is the title of a new vaudeville sketch which Sheridan Block Is presenting at Proctor's Fifthavenue continuous house In New York this week. XXX "My Lady Dainty," Madeleine Lucette Ryley'f new comedy,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 10 July 1900

P. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, .TUESDAY,. JULY 10, lL. -"X - THE DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, JULY 10. K00. Tels-plionc Call. Bixin Orflc I Editorial Rooms Ss TKU.M9 or M nsCIUPTION. DAILY BY MAIL. rUy en!r. one rear I'i!r. including Sur.day, one year lr Fun-lay onir. one year 2-00 Iai!y onir, on month t-1-"0 La;iy r.nly. three month WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. rnnr. it wk. i y currier r cts tun-lay. ln?l. cop v 5 cts liir and Sunday, it week, by carrier.... Ii et WEEKLY. Ter year $L0O Ilednced Ilntcn to Cialis. Subscribe tith any of our numerous agents or -r.a subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis. Intl. rw.n sending the Journal through the malls in th Unite.! Mate should put on an elRht-pae rarer a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or lxteen-i. par a TWO-CENT powtae tamp. Foreign postage is usually double these rate. All communications Intended for publication In this paper mut. In order to r-celve attention, be accompanied by the name and address of the writer. Inje...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JULY 10, lCCO. 8 LT "14 WB3I UrttIn I?lXAlolanH Oixtllt. Emergency Satchels, Medicine Cases, In strument Sets. Operating Gowns and Cushions, Physicians' PocKet Knives, with Spatula, and all other suitable articles, Bath Cabinets. WM. II. A KM STRONG & CO., .Surgical Instrument Makers . 221 and 22i h. Meridian street. Indianapolis, lad, EDUCATORS IN SESSION OPENING OF A SEHIKS OF MEETINGS AT CHARLESTON, S. CNattonal Conncll and Other Rodle An Interesting; Paper on High School Statistics. CHARLESTON, S. C, July 9. Although the general convention of the National Educational Association will not be called to order until to-morrow afternoon, large numbers of delegates have already arrived. The hotels are crowded and to-day's trains brought in delegates from many parts of the country. Charleston has thrown open many of her private homes to the visitors. The delegates spent the day In visiting the many points of Interest in the city and reveli...

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

0 jotnxAis ni3iEss dhiectoiiy. AUcLM INDIANAPOLIS JOURN. Vn. L. Illc. :i West Mlch"ean tret. Telephon: oSd. 27; new. lliX. Terrory west of. V Ml rlYr. COAL CTALCcbu-n Coal Co.. Eut 1 t. Anthraclt, coif, fcard an Ott coaL Thon 244S. FLORISTSmr.TITPMANN FLOTtAL COM PANT, Nw No. 2il Maw ar.. Stt N. D. t. TL M. La ln d n i es UNION CO-OPnr.ATlVE LAUNDRY. Work called for. 1-3-14 Vlrr. arg. hon 123. MANTELS AND ÖIIATEÜ P. XL rUnSEIX (Manttl. Furnte;). Li Mm. aTp. kATKNT LAWYER V. H. LOCKWOOD. . 41-4l1 LmCK panning. bXLL AND L1VKUY STAULDi HORACE WOOD (Carriage. Trap. Backboard a. ?cji 2ä Circle. TeL 1037. WILLIAM WEI GEL. m tat m 11 South Meridian Street. UNDEiiTAKERS FRANK RLANCTIARD. , m Vi U. Dlaw are at. Tel 4U. Lady Attendant. VVALL PAPEU II. C STEVENS, New Btyl Wall Tarr. Low prices. S33 N. Senat av. TeL 2 on 22. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. PLANNER & BUCHANAN Licensed cmbalmers.) Can ahlp diphtheria and carlet trrr. Lady rabalmr for ladles and children. 223 North IUIcola at. Tele...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 10 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JULY 10, ICoO. Indiana Title Guaranty & Loan Co 129 East Market Street. 1 W Company na the most complete Title nan in Indiana, cn-.tracinr the separate Planta of WILLIAM C. ANPF.1WON, 4 and THEODORE 8TKIN. Vttte tAxe atcod the ten for more than a third of -la century. T1TI.K iy SVltAy CE, AILSTKA CTS, LOANS. 3 Per Cent Interest Will be paid you on Deposits of $1 and Upward Which may be made at any time, by THE Indiana Trust Co. Corner Washington Street and Virginia Avenue. NOTICE. Until October tve will close at 12 o'clock O. on Saturdays. BAKER- VA WTER LOOSE LEAF Time, Money and Labor. LEDGER Manifold Bill and Charge Order Blanks. Manifold Order and Hhipping Books. J. O. COPLAXD, 927 Stevenson Buildioj. New Phone. 2259. safe: deposits. S. A. I LLTCHER& CO.S Safe Deposit Vault 3G Ca at Waahlnffton Street Absolute safety against fire and burglar. Po liceman day and night on guard. Designed for lafe keeping of Money, Bonds, W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 10 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUL7 10, 3C33. G Uhc Mannish is a thoe you should pet acquainted with. It Is made especially for L- S. Ayres Sc Co., to ncpply a local demand for a truly mannish style in a light weight. The sole I heavy, with hand sewed extslon welt, the heel is broad and low. the toe somewhat wider than a silver half dollar. Here Its mannl.h features end. for. although the stitching and outline are bold, the uppers are as l!sht and cool as any on could demand. Besides the brown Rushy, which is laced, we al.-o furnl-h the game style In black or brown button boot or lace Oxford this latter at $2.50. A patent leather boot modeled ator.fr the fame lines Is much liked; full-size assortments of all. L. S. Ay res (L Co. I Standard Tatierns. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. Hardwood Floors OOOOOOOOOOOO All may look alike to you, but they are different. Unless they arc Put Down Right They are Not Up Right That is our way. We guarantee our Hardwood Floorsaking- them ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 11 July 1900

INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL 7 -T1TnT O nrVTC j AT PAILWAT NKV.-8 FTANPS. ef I II IL L O L JbiSlO. (TRAINS AN D SUNDAYS. I CUNTS. VOL. L-NO. 192 p INDIANAPOLIS, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1900. DAILY JTAlILI.-IiKL liCG. APPEAL FOR AID KJircnou or china asks the assistanoe or three powers. Implores Ruin, Ilrltalu nml Japan to Suppress the Rebellion and Upbuld Ilia Government. ElErnSS IN POWEE AGAIN HE IS SAID TO HAVE APPOINTED NEW PRI31K .MINISTER. Yonc Lu, Commander-in-Chief of the Northern Army, Now Her 3IaJest' Chief Adviser. AUTHENTIC NEWS WANTING NOTHING TO SHOW THAT THE PEKING LEGATIONS STILL EXIST. II am or that the Empress Ts the Real Protector of Foreigners from th'e Slarderous Boxers. HARD FIGHTING AT TIEN-TSIN ALLIES ATTACKED RV SEVENTYFIVE THOUSAND CHINESE. One Company of Russians Almost An nlhllated British and Germans Also Suffer Severely. LONDON". July II. 3:30 a. m. The Shanghal correspondent of the Daily Mai!, telegraphing yesterday (Tuesday), says: "A message has, arrived...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 11 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1900. ay, 'If the republic goes down. I am not to blame for its downfall " Great applause and cheer?. TIIK i: K.IXG MF.KTIXG. Ovation to the Candidates Speeche tiy Tonne, Ilrynn nd Other. At the evening meeting Mr. Eryan and Sir. Stevenson were given a tremendous greeting by the crowds. Roth were cheered asala and again as they appeared on the platform. Mr. Towne delivered the most extended speech of the evening meeting, outlining the campaign arguments on vhich the Democratic part' will fight the campaign of 1900. Mr. Towne gave his first attention to the monetary question, admitting that the Issue had changed In importance since l.W. but insisting that it was still a live issue; that the principles of bimetallism an as true now as they were In 1S0C. Trusts, were denounced as an Inherent cart of the Republican administration; accumulated wealth, he said, had already Inaugurated a period of national decay, and that to the "reform forces"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 11 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1900. New-York Store Established 1S33. Sole Acrnts natterlck rattern. Imported Wash Goods All our -fine Mlk and cotton novelty . stripes for shirt waists and dresses, worth II to 51.50. In this sale, a CQ. yard OVC Imported Swisses, the Mc quality, OQr . All n-Tit nf TiHntfrl Vrnrh nrtranriles .. In light and dark colorings, 45c OP k quality, reduced to AcJC On west . bargain table, odd pieces of Madras, Swisses and Tissue?, In 1Q i regular 33c quality, this eale iyo West Aisle. i Pettis Dry Goods Co. lor Picnics, Luncheon and Light Feeds! Bayles's Lunch Ilerrlnsr. In glass. 13c; Anchovies. In chow-chow. 23c: Shrimps. In solid dressing. 25c; Frankfurter Sausage. Imported, S3c a can; potted meats of all kinds. MOXARCII GROCERY 112 Eaat Waahinjrton street. Telephone 145S Sixteenth and Illinois Ms. Tel. 1469. OUR Large Stock and Large Business enables us to undersell all others. ' . GEO. J.ÜAR0TT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St. Second largest Shoe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 11 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL se-v.nXKSDxv, july n, iooo. i im r - - , ! Telephone Call. Bi!rs3 Otnce...:..23S I Editorial Rooms SC ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. v . DAILY BY MAIL. Dally only, on jr rxuiy, tni-lu'linfc Sunday, one year 1CMI fcunday only, one year 2.00 Daily only, one month V"."0 Dally only, three months 2-00 WHEN" FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Pally, per wck. by carrier 13 cts Fun-lay. in?le copy 5 cts Lai)y and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 29 cts ' " - . WEEKLY. Per. year 11.00 Reduced Rate to Clubs. Subrerlb with any of our numerous agents or end sub;ipUon to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, liid. rersors sndlng the Journal through the malls In thi Unp- Htst should put on an eUht-pase rPr a ONE-CENT postage tamp: on a twelve or sixteen-pase parxr a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper mu.t. In order to receive attention, be accompan...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1900. 5 PRINT DEPARTMENT Offers Selection from Open Stock of More Than At prices covering all the changes announced on July 9, and anticipating those yet to be made. Complete lines of all the qualities produced by "American," Allen,11 "Cochecoe," "Columbian," "Garner," "Gloucester," "Hamilton," "Pacific," "Simpson" and "Windsor" Mills, including ROBES, rWILLS, Etc . HIBBEN 9 HOllWEO IMPORTI3KS, jonuiiRs. Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (WHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY.) wi3 o ixe: re $2,000 Lawrence County, Ind 4s $10,000 Honroe County, Ind 4x2s Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Indiana Title Guaranty and Loan Co. Stock. Price and particulars uion application. CAMPBELL, WILD Ä CO. 205 Stevenson Building. Useful Articles for Invalids. Rrcünlns an.l TtolUn? Chairs for rrlor and street. Carrytng Chairs. Wheeled Couches, Food bterllizT and Desiccators. J-Vedlng and Spit Cur. Llectrlc licit s. Insoles and Batteries. JJatfc Ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 11 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1900. JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIUECTORT. AULNT INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL Wm. L. R!e. ZW West M!chran utreet. Telephono: old. liliJ; new. 31i2- Territory west of hlt rivr. COALCOAL Ccburn Coal Co., Eat 22d st. Anthracite, cokefaardandsortcoj FLORISTS PnnTERMAN'N FLORAL COMPANT. New No. 241 Man arc. 22 N. Del, at. TeL 141. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRT. Work caned for. i:-144 Vlrr. ve. ,,-bon 1WJ. MANTKLS AND GRATES P. IL PURSELL (MacUU. FurnCM). - 231 Masi. ar. PATENT LAWYERS V. XL LCCKWOOD, 41S-41S LemeVe bulMIn. -ALU AND Li VERY 8TABLE3 HORACE' WOOL (Carrla-es. Traps. Buckboard, efcj; zi Clrcl. TeL 1097. fcllOW'CASES WILLIAM V:r.IGEL. 213 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK RLANCHARD. J N. Delaware at. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. Wall papersII. C. STEVENS. Nw Styl Wall Parr. Low prices. Si) N. Senate ave. TcL 2 on 22. FL.VERAL DIRECTORS. FLANNEU & BUCH AN AN (Licensed embalroer. Can ship dtrhtherla and scarlet fever. Lady emba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 11 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1900. 7 Real Estate We have many bargains to offer in Indianapolis Real Estate, both in improved prcrptrtyTith good income, and in vacant lots and acres with an assured increase in value.. Parties seeking desirable investments are invited to coir.municatc with us. The Central Trust Company ISO East Market Street. THE MARION TRUST CO. Is equipped to give the best attention to TRUSTEESHIPS Of every description. Municipal Bond Sale $8,000 5 Ten-Years Irvington, Indiana. The town of Irvington, Ind.. will on July 21, LOO, at 8 o'clock p. m.. at Town Hall, cell at public auction $S,000 worth of renewal bonds dated Aug. 1, 1300. Interest semi-annual. Principal payable Aug. 1, 1310. Right reserved to reject any and all bids. Address. S. V. McGaughey, clerk, Irvington. Ind. I OFFI5K $1,000 Indiana Insurance Stock. $5,000 Belt R. R. & Stockyards Stock. $3,000 Indianapolis Gas Co. $1,000 Indiana Title and Guarantee Co. $500 Indianapolis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 11 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. 1900. f i AGAINST THE METERS one line and returning over the other. DOES NOT SCARE THEM will go to to Canton to be present at the KNEW NOTHING ABOUT IT Both lines are considered official routes, and circulars over the signature of L. A. notification of President McKinley to-morrow of his renominatlon. The Indiana member of the committee which Is to notify the President is John D. Widaman, of War Clark, transportation manager, have been ssued and circulated by both companies. giving time of trains on both lines and In both directions. saw. REPUBLICANS REGARD THE DE.MOUNTIL AFTER THE DEATH OF THE LATE POST3IASTEIU CITIZENS OF Tili; SECOND WARD HOLD A 3IASS 3IEETI.NCU CRATIC TICKET EASY TO BEAT. BOARDS IN CONFLICT. END OF THE WAR. Q 7tnbrelta. A. A Dollar and a Half They arc blue, green, red or black, of a fine quality silk serge, mounted on closc-roll-iflg: frames, with such popular handles as Princess, ivory, decorated horn, Dresden and f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 12 July 1900

IMBIAMAPOLI 10U1EMAI A TVT.f.KltY STAHI.tPHED llZZ. DAILY ESYADL15HED IMVOL. LXJ.Hhcl.ihr, INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1900. - - rtiiTin f T T k IT TV k V KKW'S STANDS ON riiLCrj O LJjilC. illLMNS AND SUNDAYS. 5 CENTS. 7 ROUT OF ALLIES I'OREHiX ARMY SAID TO HAVE BEEX DEFEATKII AT TIEX-TSI.X. Eaitfrn Amnnl neoccnpled Ity Chinese and (irrmt Los Inflicted on Its Offender SIX HOURS OF FIGHTING heavy r.rxs or a fort Ti nEU ox THE IXTEItXATIOXALS Latter Lacked Adequate Artillery to Ileplr and Suffered Also for Want of Ca air 7 TAE EAST NEWS FOREBODING THIS 3LOnXISO DISPATCHR ALL OF A 'PESSIMISTIC NATtnC Jlot One nellable Word from Feklnc glare 5Ir Robert Hart' Alarming; Message Was Received. II HUNG CHANG SUMMONED PROBABLY FOR THE FlItrOSE OF MEDIATIXG WITH THE POWERS. He Mar Also Be Wanted. It la Sogsrit ed. to Break the !Yera of the Peking Tragedy to the Xatlons. LONDON, July .12. The Express this morning' publishes a dispatch from Tien-Tsin, dated Friday last, via Che-Foo,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 12 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1900. earnest campaign all along the lino, with much speaking. The general speaking I do not think will commence much before the 1st of September, hut between now and then there will be occasional addresses by Mr. Roosevelt and possibly some others. "Along what 1'nes. lo you expect the campaign to be fought?" "I think the contest will settle down to virtually two issues. One of these, probably the chief one, will bo the currency question. Tue. Democratic convention has znr.de it so. They refused to accept the verdict of four years ago. They have proclaimed their Ftand for silver, and the battle, of four j'ears ago on that question will have to b fought over. There is no such lsfiie as Imperialism. That I a fiction. There can be no Imperialism In a free country. Rut the question of upholding and strengtnenlng the government In dealing with the Issues growing out of the war and in administering th new people brought under, our care and prot...

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