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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 January 1902

Zbe .TEttbune. Ii ENDRICKS & CO., Publishers Advertisements to appear In TOE TKIBTJE must be In before Tuesday noon to Insure their appearance In the issue of that weekPlymouth, Ind., January 2, 1902. LOCAL NEWS Harry Fertig is improving. Dr. Stevens returned from Iowa. Miss Myrtle Boggs went to Argos. Miss Emma Prot sm an went to Lapaz. Homer Linkenhelt is getting along nicelv. Mr. Stepben Mossman went to Marion. Miss Mary Kenney went to Warsaw to visit. The young son of Fred Kuntzis improving. Mr. M. Hollinshead is here from Chicago. Mrs. A. Smith went to Tiosa to visit friends. Miss Louie "Wolford returned from South Bend. Mat Miller went to South Bend for a week's stay. Miss Martha Burton went to Kokomo on a visit. Mrs. E. Reprogle went to South Bend on a visit. Miss Martha Foss went to Culver to visit friends. Furnished rooms for rent;inquire of Mrs. C. Hoham. Mrs. J. S. Kenney went to Warsaw to visit relatives. The Blue Bibbon club will give a dance this evening. B...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 January 1902

ROOSEV&LTTOBE STRI6T U is His Purpose to Use Eveni Means In His Power to Put a Stop to the Discussion of the Schleu Gdse. Washing-ox, D. C. Dec. 20 It is understood that Admiral Schley and General Miles are to have a conference and agree upon some joint action. As a matter of military law Admiral Schley has no further step to take, except a formal appeal to the president, which, of course, is entirely useless, as Mr. Roosevelt personally indorsed the finding of Secretary Long. General Miles nas the right, if he sees fit, to ask for a court of inquiry. He can demand this as a right, and the president probably would be only too clad to order the convening - of the court. The difficulty is that the president himself personally censured General Miles, and so. if the court of inquiry exonerated the lieutenant-general, it would be forced by inference to "cor demn the president, which is 01 of the question, because the commander-in-chief could .not possibly be made the de' dant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 January 1902

Ube'TEribune. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TUE THIBCNE must be 1" before Tuesday noon to iuure tnelr appearanee in the issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind., January 2, 1902. LOCAL NEWS Miss Lucy Heart vent to Inwood on a visit. Joe Clifford has returned from Valparaiso. Arthur Carpenter has returned to Mishawaka. Mrs. II. M. Warnes went to Donaldson on a visit. Mrs. B. Styles went to Harris Station on a visit. Miss Clara Blackman went to South Bend on a visit. Miss Sarah Kyle has returned from a visit at Tyner. Bessie McPamel 'went to South Bend to visit friends. Miss Emma Holera went to South Eend to visit relatives. Miss Anna Baker has gone to South Bend to visit friends. Miss Minnie Snell, of Bourbon, is the guest of Lois North. Harrv Knoti was home with Iiis parents for the holidays. - Miss Effie Buck w ent to South Bend to be the guest of friends. Miss Sadie Eagen went to Lapaz after visiting Monroe Steiner. Joe and Peter Bergman have retur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 January 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO DEC. 31.1901 AS FURNISHED BT CRESSNER & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In the county. Abstracts of title to all real estate In Marshall county compiled promptly and accurately. John Barts and wife warranty deed to Jacob Vollmer E J of X W of S IT, T 34, It 3, consideration $1500, Clara M. Ditty et al by guardian, to Orien S. Ellis und J of N E 1 of X E i of S 13, T 34, R 3, consideration $1350. Henry AY. Miller and wife warranty deed to Henry L. Laudeman und of S W i of X E of S 20, T 34. R 4 consideration $600. Joshua K. Mow and wife warranty deed to George Swihart, lot 40 orig (Ilion) Tippecanoe, consideration $170. Joshua K. Mow and wife warranty deed to George Swihart lot 84 and 83 orig (Ilion) Tippccantc, consideration 873. Riley Warner and wife warranty deed to George Long and wife 20-24 A in X I of SE of S23, M.R. I..: 3-7G A in S 30, T 32, R3; lot 29 Fredericksburg, consideration 81025. Mi Kinzy dee'd by admix to Cora E. Iiissong ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 January 1902

ID) LYMOU WEEKLY EDITION. lers office tlfcbOl : Kocop. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. 1902. NO. 14 TRIBUNE NO DELAY Necly Prosecution Pressed Along Despite Protest. Witnesses Say Munclc Aan Made no Effort to Conceal His Methods e.vJ That Clerks in the Office Knew What Was Going on. Havana, Jan! 7 In the hearing of the postoffice cases yesterday Moya and Mascara, the Cuban stamp clerks, who are chargPd with sellin sr surcharged stamps for Neely without their passage through the books, both testified that they had sold tnese stamps on eighteen occasions, about 8100 worth each time. These were not included in the requisitions made on the stamp department and no record was made of them. Moya said that Neely made no. secret jof this. He gave no instructions that the money for these stamps should be handed to hinl CThe business was apparently 'done openly, and witness handed the. money to clerks in Neelydepaftment. - Reeves another of the accused, was on the stand for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 January 1902

Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R. B. OGLiESBEE, EdltOP. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center n4 Laporte Street. iVrüTISIN(j HATES will be made known on application. Entered the TuMoffice at Pljmouth. Ind., as secord class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: pre Year in Advanced. s o Six iMonths 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., January 9, 1902. It was Bryan who preached free silver and declared that no other policy could increase the per capita circulation. That circulation is now 85.59 greater than it was a year ago, when it was higher than ever before. Can anybody recall a single Important statement of Bryan's that has not been flatly contradicted by cold facts? Babcockism. which deludes a few republicans and delights all democrats, is as far from true republicanism as would be the doctrine that the present tariff is complete, perfect and unalterable, which nobody believes. The tariff is a flexible instrument,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 January 1902

MATOS' DEFI Manifesto That Sounds Exceedingly Spanish. Says Venezuela Ls Acaning and Periling ar me Edge of an Abyss, anJ that Castro is Responsible for Her Plight Appeals to His Countrumen. Fort de France, Island of Martinique, Jan. 2. (via Haytian cable.) Previous'to his departure from Fort de France General Matos the insurgent issued the following manifesto, calling on his feliow countrymen to take up arms : "To my Venezuelan Countrymen: Our native country is moaning; she is perishing. The pride and folly of a perjured magistrate have brought our country to the edge of an nbyss. Let us unite and save our native -land. Heedful of public opinion, and mindful of the honor with which a large number of my distinguished compatriots invested me when they "generously selected me to become chief of this crusade of redemption, I come to my country's aid quickly and with diligence. I bring with me all the necessary munitions of war to strengthen our will and render it irresistible. At the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 January 1902

Xibe Tribune. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO.-, Publishers. R. B OGUESBEE, EditOP. OFFICE in Bist!l Block. Corner Center an4 Laporte Street. KT1S1S( BATES will be mad knowi oq application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind., us second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: Cr.e Yer in Jatce$i.so Six Months 75 certs; Three .V.cnths 40 cents.de livereJ at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., January 9. 1902. REPUBLICAN CALL Meetings for Regular Reorganization of the Party. Tne republicans will meet in their respective townships, precincts or wards on Friday or Saturday, the 10th or 11th davs of Januarv. 1902, at such . times or places as the county commit tee may -agree upon, ror the purpose of transacting the following business: 1. For the election of one precinct committeemen for each voting precinct throughout the state. 2 For the election of delegates and alternate delegates to the district conventions, to be held on Wednesday, the 15th day of January at the places...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 January 1902

Zbe XEttbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., January 9, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TF1E THIOLS E must be in before Tuesday noon to insure inetr appearance In the Issue of that week. - ' LOCAL NEWS C A.Heeve has a touch of lagrippe. Roy Turner spent Tuesday in South Tend. , Mrs. II. DeCruss went to La pas today. II. II. Hall spent Monday at Rochester. J. B. Edding has gone to Bourbon to visit. Louie Jacoby has returned from Bourbon. John Lacher went to Mishawaka r Monday. Harris Riddle weat to Walkerton for the day. Frank Leonard spent Monday at South Bend. - Mrs. C. W. Baird went to South Bend Monday. Mri. Anthony Ober went to South Bend on a visit. lis Delia Blouser went to Chicago today to visit friends. Miss Coral Stuart, of South Bend, is here visiting friends. Miss Lizzie Suit went to South Bend for a week's stay. Carl Kloepfer has returned to Ann Arbor to attend college. Rev. L. A.Moench, cf Valparaiso, was in the city Tuesday. Good housekeeper...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 January 1902

WE FEAST Indiana Republicans Meet to Renew the Ties of Allegiance to Party. . THE NOTABLE ADDRESSES Keynote of the Coming Campaign Sounded By the Party Leaders. the New State Chairman Makes His Initial Appearance In Public Meeting. Indianapolis, Jan. 1. If there is anything in an outward expression o! enthusiasm," the Republican party in Indiana may fairly declare itself in fit End excellent condition for an entrance upon the coming campaign. ?or evidences of this enthusiasm were everywhere present yesterday at the annual Republican "love feast," and the signs were taken to be encouraging in an unusual degree. The meetof the Republican party workers of the state preliminary to the opening of the campaign was very largely attended, all sections of the state being represented, and the interest displayed on all sides and the evidences of complete harmony everywhere apparent gave cause for felicitation among the leaders cf t ie party. The formal meeting at the Denlson hotel was presided...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 January 1902

TLhc TErtbiine. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., January 9, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIBUNE must be in before Tuesday noon to insure tfietr appearance in the issue of that week. LOCAL NEWS J. X. Wilson spent the day in Lapaz. Miss Maud Adams has gone toSouth Bend. W. V. Clifford went to Lakeville Friday. II. II. Miller spent Thursday in South Bend. Miss Gertrude Soice has gone to Engte wood. Mrs. Elmer Young is reported on the sick list. Mrs. S. B. Yoder went to South Bend or. a visit. William G. Gray went to South Bend cn business. Mrs. John Giller made a rst in Bourbon Thursday. Miss Blanche Burden has go.ir to visit in South Bend. Miss Nellie Kline, of Ilibbard, is visiting friends here. Bay Massena, of Warsaw, spent Thursday in this City. Miss Madge Hume is suffering with an attack of tonsilitis. Mrs. Catherine English went to South Bend on a visit. Miss Bertha Scott has returned to Peru after a visit here. Joe Bergman is here from Mishawaka...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 January 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO JAN. T 1902! AS rCBNISHID BT CRESSNER & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In the county. Abstracts of .title to all real estate in Marshall county compiled promptly and accurately. Norman C Vogeli, warranty deed to Elizabeth Yockey, lot 20 Foltz Con add Bremen. Consideration $175 Otto C Vopeli, warranty deed to Elizabeth Yockey, lot 31 Foltz Con add Bremen. Consideration $175 AnnaC Yajen, etal, to Eliza J Caprou. lot 3 Sea Beach Flace. Consideration $200 Harriet! Bennett, and husband, to John C Capron, N 49 ft or lot p, O -ig riymouth. Consideration $1825 Albert B "Wickizor and wife, warranty deed to "William L and Minerva J "Welter, lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, AVickizer's add 2nd add Argos. .Consideration $300 Mmnie Lomis, heir of Mary Beerenbrociw warranty deed to reter J Kruyer, lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, is, 16, 17, E J of lots 1 & 2; Beerenbrcck's Sab Div of S of out lot 12 MeriU's add P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 January 1902

1 MOU ft WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10. 1902. NO. 15 PLY HPTT5)TTTD) IT YTYIC? V. ll FOXY GAME Prince Henry's Visit to America and its Meaning Emperor William Pays a Pretty Compli-; nroit to President Roosevelt In Naming Mis Yacnt, But There is a Political Significance In It. Washington, Jan. 15 President Roosevelt is being drawn into a game oi international politics. Curiousty enough his opponent is the one man among European monarchs, whom, in the popular mind at least, he most closely resembles in spirit and temperament Emperor William, of Germany. At present the emperor is forcing the game, out it will soon be President Roosevelt's move, and the whole diplomatic world is awaiting the result with interest. The situation, as at present outlined, is practically as follows: Nearly three years ago when Commodore Dewey was establishing the stars and stripes in the Philippines, Prince Henry, of Prussia, brother of Emperor William, and his chief office...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 January 1902

TLbc tribune. Established October 10. 190 i. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R. B. OGliHSBHH, Editor. relfpnone No. -7. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. liJVKKTISING RATES will b made known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind., as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.deHvered at any postoffice. Plyaonth, Ind., Jaiaary 16, 902. Some scientists advance the belief that bad smells do not carry disease as has been popularly supposed. Well suppose they don't; what is the use of having them around? No more important gathering will be held in Plymouth this year than the farmers' institute. Ample preparation should be made to give our agricultural friends a royal and hospitable welcome. Ft. "Wayne will do more street paving this year than in any former year. It is now the best paved city in the state, in proportion to area and population. A good pavement is the cheapest ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 January 1902

A GREAT SCHEME Nccly and Ralhbone were to Rule Cuba and Coin Millions Says Witness peeves in Turning State's Evidence. Havana, Jan. 11 In the trial of (J. F.W.Neely and others Reeves testified that a political scheme was on foot by which Rathbone was to be made civil governor - of Cuba, Neely the treasurer, and he (Reeves) auditor. Neely was declared to have said that when the foregoing arrangement had been made he he would "do business of this sort on a larger scale." This was - after the burning of the second lot of surcharged stamps. The witness wao related- the scheme of Rathbone and Neely to get control of the government of Cuba for their mutual profit was Reeves, the man appointed chief of postal accounts and one of the men who shared in the division of the plunder. He afterwards returned $4,000 to Governor-General "Wood and made a full con fession. Reeves testified that he was originally appointed by order of the Washington authorities, but that Rathbone had appointed him chi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 January 1902

XTbe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. S. B. OGLiHSBBH, Bdito. teiepnoiie No. 'll OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corn Center nJ Laporte Street. iiVKBT18INO BATES will be mad known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind., as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance Si.'so; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.deHvered at any pcstofSce. . J Plymooth, Ind., Jaanary 16, 1902. IT'S BROWN. Special to the Plymouth Tribune. Elkhart, Ind., Jan. 15 Walter Urown was elected chairman of the 13th Congressional district by acclamation. Mr. R. M. Stephenson of Rochester was not presented. Great enthusiasm prevailed. The democracy of Indiana is together," says the Kokomo Dispatch in its jubilation. "There are no factions, no bickerings, no differences." Has it not, then, heard of the titan's combat with the pygmy that is being waged in Marshall county? How can there be peace when Daniel Is not placated and Metsker is unfet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 January 1902

TLhc TTdbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., January 16, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB CNE must be 1 before Tuesday noon to In sure tnelr appearance In the Issue of thai week- LOCAL NEWS C. S. Cleveland is on the sick list. Will Bradley has gone to Laporte for a few days' visit. Gust Wickey is visiting relatives and friends In Mishawaki. Mrs. Alice Ee,tor went to South Bend for a two weeks' visit. Mrs, O. Agler and daughter, Katta- erine, are visiting Harvey Steel. Ernest Haag and family have returned to their home in Louisiana. Miss Christena Ulrich has gore to Fort Wayne for a two weeks' visit. 3Irs. James Watson, of Chicago, is visiting- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson, Frank Stevens, of Inwood, was the guest of Miss Mabel Strunk Tuesday. Miss Martha 2iifong who has been visiting in this city went to Ilibbard today. The farmers' institute will be held at the court house in Plymouth, Feb. 3 and 4. Harry Likenhelt came up from Rcchester to attend th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 January 1902

CONGRESS Opinions on the Nicaragua Canal Bill Presented. General Delate Closed and Discussion of the Amendments Beim Other -Walters of Interest Presented. Washington, Jan. 9 The debate on the Nicaraguan canal bill in the House developed sentiment in favor of giving consideration to the recent offer of the Panama Company to sell its franchises and property for 840,000,000, this sentiment taking the form of advocating the Morris amendment to empower the president to select the latter route if the canal commission on considering the company's offer recommends it and the required concessions can be obta ned from Colombia. Of sixteen members who spoke yesterday nine favored the Morris amendment. It was agreed that general debate should close today at two o'clock, after which the bill will be open to amendment under the fiveminute rule. The vote probably will be taken today. The speakers yesterday were Messrs. Lovering, of Massachusetts, Shackleford, of Missouri, Parker, of New Jersey, Mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 January 1902

TEbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., January 16, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIBCNE must be in before Tuesday noon toinure tnetr appearance in the issue of that week. . LOCAL NEWS Miss Anna Johnson has returned to Argos. February 13 is the date Used by the Blue Ribbon club for its next dance. John Ilaenes went to Bremen Friday to attend the funeral of his brother. Miss Jennie Match has returned to South Bend after visiting her parents here. There are forty cases of small pox in the vicinity of Sidney, Kosciusko, county. "William Davis, the blind man is in jail charged with carrying concealed weapons. Miss Ada Huling has returned to South Bend after visiting her parents in this city. Evangelist Webb is assisting Kev. Simonson. in special services at Richland Center. Mrs. Dr. Johnson returned to Bourbon Friday morning after visiting her brother. Dr. Borton. Jesse Hess has returned to Columbus Ohio, after a visit of several days with his bro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 January 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO JAN- IPS 1902 AS FURNISHED BV CRESSNER & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In the countv. Abstracts of title tSA real estata In Marhall county compiled' promptly and accurately. Louis Erwin and wife warranty doed to Thomas M. Phillips, N W 1 of S E I of S 2. T 32, R 3; N 20 A of E I of S W J of S 2, T 33, R 3; 1 A in S W Cor ol N E of S 2, T 32, R 3, consideration 82700. Daniel D. Keiver and wife, Henry Kelver and wife, Tar deed to Ilenry Kelver W 20 A in E of S W of S 2G, T 34, R 1. Henry Kelver and wife Far deed to Daniel D. Kelver S 41 A in E A of S W J of S 26, T 34, R 1. ."William R. Campbell and wife warranty deed to Frederick W. and Ananda Monroe lot 8 Flk 4 Ex 30 'by 60 ft in E Cor Tyner, consideration 3300." Mary Fhiliips widow warranty deed to Anna M. Knoll lots 8, 9, 10 Reerenbroks Sub Div of S I of Out lot 12 Merrills Add Fly mouth, consideration $70. Lewis L. Lemert and wife, Charles A. Lemert and wife warranty deed to Jacob C. ...

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