Indianapolis Press in Indianapolis, Indiana
8 Aug 1900

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8 Aug 1900

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Indianapolis Press (Newspaper) - August 8, 1900, Indianapolis, Indiana Bryan s speech in fax jul on pages 4 and 5 in Ira nto iils Catho Obj a it edition vol. . 204. ikd., wednesday August 8, 1900.�?fourtee�zi pages. Two welcomes the nominees with crowd of 100,000railroads bring 29,000 from Indiana and sister states Bryan declares imperialism the Paramount Issue. Iii Pacific oceak���l-nd3 a a 5 mass of and cheers / at Milit try of Fork one vast Hurrah when the nominees Carriage drove up to the stand or. Bryan confronted acres of faces As he began one of his most striking speeches scenes among almost countless throng. Legation in jeopardy messages by ministers Mac Donald and Conger report situation gloomy. Grand a ovation to Bryan Asnithe Parade passed on Down town streets troops and boxers keep up Rifle fire it was after 2 s0 when the Oarr lag it Stevenson and of afternoon Walton or for the exercises to begin the Era in Onri of Sun was beating own on them As if a Ryan Ana ave them into the canal for the a Wike of coolness. As a ine Man Ray mar led there was great a a Tea of the in. sixty defenders killed so far two he mired women and children a mime gtd

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