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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 March 1904

2t BUY EOCENE If you have been having trouble with your Lamps try EOCENE OIL. Has no bad habits no smoke, no smell, or does not go out at night. Is the'only satisfactory illuminating oil on the market. Sold in Plymouth only by TLEY I Zhc TEribiwe. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to api eir In TBE TKIR U2E mcit be In beforeTuesday noon to Injure tnelr appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., March 17 1904 I & LOCAL NEWS & t SleigUlnsr again this week. Mrs. C. S. Cleveland is visiting at Lima Ohio. Edwin and Milton Mayer were borne over Sunday. Mrs. Shermiai IIull is seriously ill with pneumonia. ' Miss Lydia L. Shafer is visiting at Peru this week. Dan Jacoby is busy this week in the interest of his candidacy for sherill. Edward Jolly and wife visited over Sunday with relatives at Walkerton. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heminger were visiting relatives atDonaldsonMonday. Ora Jacox and M. Falkenstem, the horse buyer, made atrip to Bou...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 March 1904

SCOUTS T Russ and Jap Meet North of Ping Yang and Exchange Leaden Souvenirs. 2T0B0DY STOPS ANY BULLETS But the ZXuscoTites Do the Retreating in the Case. Port Arthur Again Bombarded, but No Details Given Land Engagement Likely in the Near Future. Tokio, March 1L Russian and Japanese mounted scouts met north of Ping Yang Wednesday. After a brief engagement the Russians retreated. No casualties are reported on either side. St. Petersburg, March 11. The czar has received the following message from Viceroy Alexieff, Jated Mukden, March 10: "The commandant of the fortress at Port Arthur reports that about 1 o'clock this morning the outlines of vessels, apparently torpedo ioats, were seen at sea within the JAPAJTESK CAT A LKTVCI. area swept by our searchlights. Our batteries opened fire upon these vessels. Our torpedo boats put out to sea at 2:40 a. m., and at about 4 o'clock met th enemy west of the Liao Tishin lighthouse. After firing several shots the enemy retired to the south in the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 March 1904

Zbc Zxibxxnc. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdYertlsements to api ir in TBE TKIB DNE meat be in before Tuesday noon to lniure tnetr appearance in the issue of tbat week. Plymouth, fnd., March 17, 1904- I 5 LOCAL NEWS I F. TGarnand hpent Friday in Valparaiso. Mrs. Deane has gone to Chicago for a visit of a few days. Mrs. George Keefer of Bremen, went to Bunker Hil! to attend the funeral or her aunt. FOR SALE Farm at sacrifice if sold before April 1st. See Bissell Plymouth Ind. 23t3 Mrs, Ella Palmer, of Bourbon, came up Wednesday afternoon and visited over t.ight la this city. Mrs. Delbert Bryan, Miss Grace Grube and Mrs. Frank Ilammond are rep rted on the sick list. Mrs. E. C. McKInney was called to Bourbon Thursday by serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. C. F. Jones. Dr. Mumford of Missouri declares the Dutch farmer has no equal as understanding proper soil fertilization. Messrs. II. B. Allen andC. A. Wills are busy these days arranging for the growing of pickles the com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 March 1904

SALT WITH THIS Two Reports That Russia Has Given Up Port Arthur. FRO.Vi TOKIO AND TIE!! TSIM One Says the Position Has Been Virtually Abandoned. The Other That U Has Fallen-Toso'i Report of the Shooting; Last Thursday Details of theMght. London, March 14. A dispatch to The Central !Tews from Tokio fays: "It is 'asserted here thrt the Russians virtually have abandoned Pert Arthur." Tlen-Tsin, March 14. An unconfirmed report has reached here that Port Arthur has fallen. Tokio, March 14. It is reported that a Japanese cavalry patrol engaged a party of Russian scouts near Kasan, west of Anju, Saturday. The Russians numberetl thirty. Confirmation of the fight Is not obtainable. Port Arthur,' March 13. Everything is quiet here today. 1 t Tokio, March 14. Admiral Togo's report of the fourth attack on Tort Arthur by the Japanese fleet on March 10 reached Tokio late Saturday afternoon. It seems to set at rest the chronology of events before Tort Arthur ßince Wednesday of last week, and fixes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 March 1904

1 LYMOUTM BUNE T7 TT I JS h M L .1 IK: S 11 1111- PLYMOUTH INDIANA. THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1904. NO. 25 VOLUME III i Hi i: a :- IS 1 f i I 5 i FlfilllG HEARD AT SEA "Yin Kow Reports What May Bö a Naval Engagement Six Miles South. 3TJT FOURTEEN SHOTS MADE OUT Haza Too Thick to See ThroughSquadron Sighted Off Kinchöw. Russian General Contradicts Report of Landings Made by the Japs, Who Arc in Force at Anju. Yin-Kow, March 22. Firing was heard off the coast, apparently about six miles to the southward, fourteen shots having been heard between 7 and 7:30 this morning. The morning .was hazy and It was Impossible to distinguish objects at sea. A credible report has reached here that two cruisers and five gunboats were off Kinchow yesterday.. Cronstadt, March 22. The Vestnik, the leading service organ here, surmises that the Russian Vladivostok quadron has gone to attack Mororan (in Valcano bay) and Otaxunal (in l3hikari bay), both in the Japanese Island of Yorzo. Russian General Reports St. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 March 1904

ftbe tribune. Established October 10, 1001. Omj Republican Newipaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE Bissel! Building. Corner LaPorit and Center Streets. Telrpiione No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in adTtuce, 1.5t; Sil Alontb. 75 cents; Thrjf jlout ü, U cent, delivered at any postoffice ADVEUTISINO RATES made known on application. Entered at the po-tr.fflce at Plymouth, Indiana, a wwmd-clHsH mall matter. P.ymcuth, Ind., Match 24. 1904. James J. Hill ani Iiis associates announce that they will obey the law as Interpreted by the supreme court and get out of the merger business. Already a bill has been Introduced in the House providing fixed allowances sor clerk hire in postoffices. Evidently some eood may omie out of all the trouble. Tee congreaman who gets home without a postal stamp on him will be entitled V the whole band wapon and can be bis own drum majnrr Though not an autograph fiend, it is believed that Mr. Bearers is in possession of a 1 ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 March 1904

V i U Ml IK 1) i i.i- ! Li! i: M 'I i ' i i ä I Hi DOGS ARE QUIET "Russians, However, Said to Have Lost a Destroyer by Their Own Mine. UEAELY ALL THE CBEW KILLED Togo Sighted Off Port Arthur Makaroff Sails Out and Back Ajraln Ito Reaches Seoul. Seoul, March IS. The Japanese authorities hare beea advised that tha Russian cavalry in northern Korea has partly reorosed tb Yalu river, and that a Cos?nck battery bag also withdrawn. A samll Russian force still occupies Chong Ju. London. March IS. The qusdron of Admiral Togo was sighted off Tort Arthur TVednesCay morning is the ßtory ent frcm Paris as coming to The Echo de Paris from Port Arthur. Another war story this one from Chef oo is that on Wednesday the Russian torpedo boat destroyer Skorri -struck upon an unplaced mine and was blown up and only four of the crew were saved. It Is also alleged in the same dispatch that the Russians are lining the coast of the LiaoTung peninsula with torpedoes. Japan Still Landing- Troops. The correspo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 March 1904

Zbc tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFrlCE-BIssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in advance, 11.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents, dellrered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postofPce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind.. March 24. 1904. "Honest Tom" Johnson refuses to become a Hearst boomer. The vote of the miners demonstrates that the people can still be trusted. The democratic state committee of Nebraska has sustained Mr. Bryan by a Tote of sixteen to fourteen. About as close to sixteen to one as he will get. - Congress will probably adjourn within a month. This will be much earlier than usual, but there is no business that calls for a prolonged session. In yiew of the Supreme Courts decision in the merger case, and the manner in which the cour...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 March 1904

BUY. EOCENE If you have been having trouble with your Lamps try EOCENE OIL. Has no bad habits no smoke, no smell, or does not go out at night. Is the. only satisfactory illuminating oil on the market. Sold in Plymouth orly by TLEY&.HE UC Zhc TEribune; HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertlsements to appear In TEE TKIB DJE nut be in before Tuesday noon to lnmre tnetr appearance In the Issue ofthat week. Plymouth. Ind., March 24. 1904. LOCAL NEWS & f Rollo Leonard returned to Chicago Sunday evening. - S. W. Jackson made a business trip to Bourbon Monday. A. W. Groshans of Chicago, is visiting A. B. Cleveland. It is a wise leap year girl who looks carefully before she leaps. A baby girl is reported at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bissel. Tan shoes are coming back in style again according to style-makers state ments. Hon. Daniel McDonald went to Indianapolis Monday for a visit of a few days. C. T. Allen the jeweler fell on th e icy steps at h's resid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 March 1904

WEHT TO HIS L IT Sully, the Cotton Bull, Butts Up Against Too Hard a Proposition. fiUNS UPON FINANCIAL BOCKS Furious Seenes on New York and New Orleans Exchange Brokers Go Frantic When the News Comes. New York. March 19. Daniel Sully, the cotton operator who has for fltoon mnnth Wn th. hlf flnififteen months been the biggest figure 1 il. . iL ..... 11 -1 111. I UK COllUU IUaiNfLS Ol IIJK WWiU, orkl v. ho has "bulled" cotton from 7 cents a pound toover 17, y e s t erday announced his inability to make good engagements on the New Ycrk Cotton Exchange. Within a few moments cotton fell nearly $13 a(bnle from the highest figuresof the day. Scenes the announcement of the failure it has been the privilege of few brokers to witness before. Traders in the street have witnessed stock panics in preTious years; corners have been broken, and many crasues have been recorded; but none has been accompanied by such frenzy, and confusion. ' When the Failure Was Announced. Shortly after the afternoon ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 March 1904

' Zke ZEtibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertisement to api er in TUE TKIB UNE mct be In before Tuesday noon to In sure tnelr appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind.. March 24. 1904. i LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Deane has returned fiom a visit of several days at Chicago. r James Trowbridge of Inwood, transacted business In Plymouth last week. We had tbe usual Saint Patrick's day weather, rain, snow and sleet. Key. A, II. Zilmer went to NoblesTille last week 10 hi Id a series of meetings. L. C. Dillon is preparing to build a fioe -residence on his farm north of Culver. Miss Kate Stack has returned from a visir. of a week with her sister in Port Wayne. A. D. Jacoby arrived from Elkhart test week to remain until after the funeral of his father. Oil Jones. Daniel Riggens and Edwin Snepp of Bourbon, bave enlisted in the United States army. Dan Seaour went to Chicago Friday to take a position with a lare and prominent musical organizatijn. Philip Pontious. of Poplar Gr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 March 1904

WAR DIET III SESSION Japanese Parliament Opened by the Emperor, Who Reads His Address in PersonEE DECLARES RUSSIA INSINCERE Which la Why, II Says, Ho Went to War Summary of Reports of J, the Progress of the Campaign. Tokio, March 21. With stately ceremony the special sessicn of parliament, convened to provide the raoney needed to wage the war against Russia, was opened. The emperor, clad In the uniform of a generalissimo, rode In the great state coach from the palace to the parliament house, and per MUTStmro. rarzBOB or jatas. sonally read his address to the peers and commoners. For the first time the crown prince attended the ceremony. He followed his father to an Improvised throne in the peers hnll and stood close by his right side while he read his appeal to his subjects. From Palac to CapitoL The emperor's escort from the palace to the parliament building presented a brilliant appearance. The populace, which was out In force, received Its ruler-in absolute silence the highest ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 March 1904

1 -1 ? i 1 i Recorder's 02ce fet03 ! VOLUME III PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31; 1904. NO- 2 PLYMOU TRIBUNE 1 i i t. , i i j I f 4 V 1 FIGURINGUPTHECOST Floods in Michigan and Indiana Have Caused a Loss That . Is Heavy. TKT imilOITS FOE INDIANA Besides Eleven Lives So Far as Known Somewhat Abating North, but Growing Whose as Ii , Sweeps South. Detroit, March 29. Encouraging1 res ports from Lansing, Flint, Kalamazoo and other towns where flood damage ' have been estimated up in the hundreds of thousands of dolars show that the danger and distress are largely centralized in the Saginaw valley and around CSrand Rapids in the valley of the CSrand river. And at Grand Rapids It is estimated that 14,000 people are in distress, and at Saginaw a large portion of the business section of the city is flooded. Ou the Shiawassee river near Chesaning twenty-five families were rescued from the homes on a sugar beet farm just in the nick of time before their houses were almost entirely submerge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 March 1904

XCbe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Oolj Republican Newspaper In tb County. HENDRICKS & CO., PüBLisnERS.i OFr'ICE Btwell Building, Corner LwPorte and Center Strtets. Telephone No. 27. tJDBCRIPTION RATFS One Year. In advance. 11.50; Sil Months. 75 cents; Three Months 4U cents, delivered at any post office ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at tfce po-tofflee at Plymouth, Indiana, as 8eoond-clH9s mall matter. Piyirouth, Ind., Marchs 31. 1904 . J. L. Broderiwk shu.ved some sense at list by pleading guilty; Walter Brown should d the same thing as 8 kd as possible. Tfte Swedish census shows the low est death rate of any civilized nation. List year it was only 16 49 per 1000. Norway comes next, aud Britain third with 18.8 per 1000. Those demos ats who believe that Judge Parker will be a strong candi date because he has no jecord, should recollect a phonograph without a re Cord is never attractive. Twelve New York churches hava j .iued together to ligh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 March 1904

EL CASE OF T 111 MOVER PLANS A TEST will be the Imprint of the house turning It out The identity of the house will not be surrendered to the union. OHM9 BRAVE BUM RESCUE IDE MICHIGAN Ml s Government Completes Its Testimony with Evidence'Thät Is Interesting. STORY OF INSPECTOR COCHRAN And of a Newspaper Man Who Interviewed the Accused Kansas Senator. St. Louis, MaTch 23. government has rested Its case in the trial ot Senator Burton, of Kansas, who Is charsfHi with having illegally accepted fees from the Rlalto Grain and Securities company, of St. Louis. In concluding its evidence the government howed by the testimony of Chief Postoffice Inspector Cochran, of Washington, that he had been requested by Senator Burton to call at his. Burton's, office on the afterncon that Burton's - indictment was made public in .Washington. Inspector Cochran testified that Burton had asked him on what charge the indictment had been returned. What Barton Told Cochran. "I told him. continued Cochran, that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 March 1904

be tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Oair Rep&bllcan "Newspaper In the ftouaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishees. OFFICE Bissell Buildlnfr, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In advance, 11.50; Si Months. 75 cects; Three jdonthMO cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-c'.ass mail matter. Plymouth, Ind., March 31, 1904Political Announcements. For City Marshal. I am candidate for Marshal subject to the decision of the City Republican Convention and hall be thankful for the support of all repubiican voters. j.F KlSCB. Tbe year 1904, with two big nres, a war and widespread floods to the credit of its first quarter, promises to eclipse the catastrophes of 1W03 Duties of managing the republican national campaign, which were performed by the late M. A. Ilanna, probably will be divided between two ct more men. The number of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 March 1904

m 1 I I We Have Moved V From Laporte Street to our new headquarters in the Speicher Block on Tlich- igan Street, just one square north of Post -Offfce. We now have the largest hardware store in the county and carry the Finest Line of Goods in this part of the State. We invite, you to call and see us. Respectfully, As t ley & Hess. 1 Zhc TEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertisements to appear In TUE TKJB ONE mc4t be In before Tuesday noon to Injur tnelr appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., March 31. 1904- 3 LOCAL NEWS . A. "W. Polph of Teegarden was in Plymouth Tuesday. W.J. Banks will organize a Grange at ArgosJThursday evening. Frank Leonard is home from South Bend foe a vacation of a week. Charles Foltz is again operator at the Pennsylvania station in this city. Mrs. George Hupp, of Bourbon, spent Tuesday- with relatives in this city. S. J. ITayes and Jacob Carbiener of Bremen, transacted business in Plymouth Tuesday. E. F. Bickell ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 March 1904

HAVOC RIDES ASTORM Chicago's Vicinity Visited by the Elements When They Are in a Rage. SWEPT BY THE V7IHT) AND BAIfl Hammond, Indiana. Harbor and Grand urossing suner. Little Loss or Life but Mach of Property House Dlown Into Ik Quarry W" ires Down Everywhere Chicago, March 23. One of the most evere storms this city has known in many years passed over Chicago last night. Great damage was done in the suburbs to the south of the city, and considerable loss was sustained by the people living to the north of the city proper. The storm did not strike the business portion of the city in Its greatest force. Havoc at Indiana Harbor. The storm In the vicinity of Indiana Harbor was the most severe ever, known there. One person is known to be dead, several are fatally hurt and at this writing there are several others reported missing, and they may be buried in the ruins of their homes. A two-story brick building, known as the Barker building, was blown down and a number ol p3ople ""O had sough...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 March 1904

XEbe Gtfbune HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear In TBE TKIB ONE mut be In before Tuesday noon tolnure tnetr appearance Id the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., March 31, 1904I & LOCAL NEWS & Mrs. A. C. Capron is visiting in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Smith are visiting at Lapaz. Frank Reynolds has gone to South Bend for a visit of several days. R. A. Chase left for southwest Kansas last week to look after his oil interests. Mrs. W. II. Craig has returned from a visit of ten days with her children in South Bend. The dog tax collected and turned into the dog fund of this county amounts to 31002. Mrs. Mary Downing djed at her home in Bourbon, March 18, aged 79 years and 5 months. Mr. and Mrs. George Schearer went to Elkhart last week to visit with relatives. The beef trust has announced another increase in the price of meats. But then, that is an old, old story. James McGuire has returned to South Bend after a visit of a week wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 March 1904

BEAR IS QUI VIVE Jap Again Fails to Get Past His Guard at Port Arthur. s': SE1ID3 III FOUR GREAT SHIPS v With a Purpose to Bottle Up Makaroffs War Fleet. Hot Battle of Torpedo Boats MakarorTSalL Out to Fight, but the V Japs Decline Plot at Vladivostok. Mukden, March 2S. General Kuro patkin arrived Lere yesterday and proceeded to the headquarters of Viceroy Alexieff. St. Petersburg, March 28. A report from Vladivostok says that a mine has been discovered under the for'.reea with wires leading to a Chinese Louie In the town. Tien-Tsia, March 28. The Russians fcave proclaimed New Chwans under martial law. St Petersburg, March 2S. Vice Admiral MakarofT, commanding the Russian naval forces at Port Arthur, has sent the following telegram to the emperor, dated March 27: "I beg most humbly to report that at 2 o'clock this morning the enemy made a second attempt to block the entrance to the Inner roadstead. For this purpose they dispatched four large merchant steamers, conveyed by six torped...

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