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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 May 1904

LAUER & SON $2.25 For a 16-in. Cut Guaranteed Lawn Mower. Also a complete line of Ball Bearing Machines at Bottom Prices. -.- -:- -:- BUCK'S GASH BäRDWäHE Leader in Low Prices. TLhe TEtibune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertlsements to appear in THE TKIB D2E mcit be lo before Tuesday noon to in nre tnelr appearance In the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., May 26, 1904. & LOCAL NEWS Circuit court convened at 1:30 p. m. Monday. Mrs. Dan Jacoby is reported quite sick again. Peter Ilahn of Bourbon, was a Ply mouth visitor Monday. E. C. Martindale transacted busi ness at Knox Monday. Esquire Xeff, of Tyner, transacted business in Plymouth Monday. William Holland transacted busi ness at South Bend M nday. Mrs. Ilannah Senff and daughter, are visiting in Culver this week. Surveyor Grube is doing some worK in the vicinity of Culver this week. Robert Beagles is adding a grocery store to his meat market in Tyner. Miss Grace Vinnedge, of Lapaz, is visiting her uncle, Wesley Er...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 May 1904

L SUFFERS REPULSE St. Petersburg Has an Unconform able Report Which Tells That Story. HEAVY LOSS BY THS JAPS Official Eeport of a Fight North of Fen-Huang-Chen tw Japanese ltetreat op Are Driven Back Tokio Reports Another Kind of Battle Togo's Disas ter Described. St. Petersburg, May 21. A report lias been received here saying that General Kuriko has been repulsed with great loss. The report cannot be con firmed. Tokio, May 21, 10 a. m. A trust worthy report has been received at im perial headquarters that the Russian cruiser Bogatyr ran ashore outside Vladivostok in a heavy fog and was destroyed. This is the first ship of the Vladivostok squadron to -be destroyed. St. Petersburg. May 21. The fol lowing dispatch from General Kuro patkin to the emperor, dated at Llao Yang, May 19, has been received here: 'A detachment of Cossacks engaged a detachment of the Japanese ad vance guard on May IS north of Feng WangrCheng in a mountainous dis trict. The fight began in the morn ing and laste...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 May 1904

1 We Have Moved quarters in irrt igan Street, just one square north of . Post Office. We ((( nnxxr hi'a 'u lorn-Act h-nvlwrir ctnre in the countv and Ii carry the Finest Line of Goods in this part of the State. l lilt We invite vou to call and Hit tnt . - XTbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TBE TKIB DNE mv.it be in before Tuesday noon to 1d- nre tnelr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., May 26, 1904- : LOCAL NEWS & I Mrs. Frank Hendricks visited at Elkhart last week. C. A. Mills, the pickle man, has re turned from "Wisconsin. Miss Lena Carr went to Rochester last week to visit over Sunday. Miss Bertha Stockton has returned from a visit at North Manchester. Charley Foltz, the telegraph operat or cas moved to Warsaw. W. E. Bailey and his sister, Mrs, Benedict, went to Macy last week and visited over Sunday. Mrs. Mary Frymier of South Bend visited relatives and friends in Tippe canoe township last week. The Sioux Falls preach...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 May 1904

SQRTIED1D ilOTOCCUR Report of a Bad Backset to the , Japs Seams To Be a Shanshaigram. IHXED UP WITH ANOTHER FIGHT Cossacks and Japs Get Together West of the Yalu River. Former Put Up a Vigorous Resistance Alexieff Persuaded by the i Czar to Retain His Post. London, May 23. A dispatch from St. Petersburg to Renter's Telegram coaipany says that the report of a sortie by the Port Arthur garrison has riot boon confirmed. It appears, says the dispatch, to hare ori;rinatetl in the receipt of Lieutenant General Stoes sel's report of the fight nt Kin-Chau, this, together with the fact that Gen eral Stoessel commands at Port Ar thur, giving rise to the rumor that the garrison had made a sortie. Note. Saturday it was reported that the Russians at Port Arthur had made a sortie and defeated the Japs, who were said to have lost 1,000 men. Tokio, May 21 A supplemental re port has been received here covering the opposition encountered by the Jap anese fcrce which landed at Taku shan, about fifty m...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 2 June 1904

"i 1 Trm TT TT T7 TRIBUNE 1 1 iL VOLUME m PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 190. NO- 35 LYMOUTH 01! A HISTORIC FIELD President Roosevelt, Standing Where Lincoln Once Stood, Eulogizes the Dead. EE SPEAKS Iff A POUBIUG RAIN Children Strew the Gettysburg- Graves Trith Fragrant 'owere Chicago Veterans Turn Out Despite Bad Weather Ceremonies at the World's Fair. Gettysbnrg. Fa., May 31. On histor ic Cemetery hill, overlooking ground halloaed by the blood of half a hun dred thousand brave men, and In the presence of a concourse of thousands who had assembled to pay tribute to the memory cf the nation's dead, Pres ident Roosevelt delivered a notable address. On nearly the same spot, on Nov. 10, 1S03, President Lincoln deliv ered the" Immortal address enunciating principles which have rung around the world for more than a third of a cen tury. Military Escort for the President. President Iioosevelt was escorted to the cemetery on the battlefield by a body of several hundred veterans et the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 2 June 1904

XTbe ftrtbune. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFrlCE Blssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATE9One Year, in ad nnce, 1.50; Six Months. 73 cents; Three Months, 4U cents, delivered at any postoffice ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., June 2, 1904. . Republican State Ticket. For Governor, J. FRANK II AN LEY. For Lieutenant Governor, HUGH TH. MILLER. For Secretary of State, DANIEL E. STORMS. For Auditor of Sthte, DAVID-E. &IIEKRICK. For Treasurer of State, NAT U, HILL, For Attorney General. C II ARLES W. MILLER. For Reporter Supreme Coürt, GEO ROE W. ELF. uperlntendentof Public Instruction, Fr A. COTTON. Chief of Bureau of Statistic, JOSEPH II. STUBBS udtre Supreme Court, 2d District, OSCAR II. MONTGOMERY. Judpe Supreme curt, 3d District, JOHN V. HADLEY, County ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 2 June 1904

WILD lilllOCEIIT Jury at Bedford Acquits Him of the Murder rf Miss Sarah Schäfer. JBIG RTWABD IS HOW OFFERED Newspaper Will Giro $1,000 for the m Slajer's Capture I lung Jury at llisin Sun-Sterns. Bedford, Ind., May After Doing -cut three and one-half hours the jury In the trial of James McDonald, charged with the raunVr of Miss Sa rah Schäfer, rendered a verdict of not guilty. It was decided beforehand that the court house bell would not be rung when the verdict was returned, fearing that a mob might be formed. McDonald was brought Into the court room In a roundabout way. Th court room was filled with those who had waited all day for the verdict. McDon ald's wife was not in the court room. Jury's Verdict Is Applauded. After the verdict was announced theTe were cries of "Good, Jim," and applause. McDonald's attorneys re fused to allow him to make a state ment. The verdict was reached on the seventh ballot. The first stood nine for acquittal and three for conviction. Mc Donald was fo...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 2 June 1904

Übe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Blssell Build In?, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No 7. 8ÜBSCRIPTIO RATES One Year. In ad vance, 11.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents, delivered at any pcatofflee ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., June 2,1904 Republican Convention. The republicans of Polk township will meet lo mass convention at Ty- ner Saturday June 11, 1904 and 2.30 p. m. for the purpose of nominating a township ticket, delegates to the County convention, and transacting any otner necessary business. Every republican in the township is reques ted to attand. F. E. Head. Tp. Chm. - Parker is in the lead for the Demo cratic nomination, provided a tongue tied man with 122 delegates behind him can be magnified into a leader. Fred II. Myers may not be a candi date fo...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 2 June 1904

. LAUER & SON f; yz a wcricci MM wm m and Durability Any one can brush It on No ono can rub it off Plastico is a pure, permanent and porous "wall coating, and does not require taking off to renewas doall kalsomines. It is a dry powder, ready for use by adding cold water and can be easily brushed on by any one. Made in white and fourteen fashionable tints. . ' c:iti-kälsol:i::e co. GRAND RAPIDS. MICH. For full particular and sample card ask H. E. BUCK m mm w. m mm a 9 nnffC n LtAUcK in 11 TEbe TEtibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TEE TKIB UNE mcjt be In before Tuesday noon toin are tneir appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., Juue 2,1904. : LOCAL NEWS Levi Ebie has gone to Hartford, O., to spend the summer. Ray Bennett made a business trip to Indianapolis Tuesday. E. C. Martindale went to Bourbon on legal business Tuesday. Rev. II. A. Spitler of Warsaw, vis IteJ friends in this city Tuesday. Peter Emenaker came down from Mishawa&am...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 2 June 1904

GREAT FIGH rn 1 WON BY JAPS AT KIH-CHOÜ Mikado's Men Storm the Heights and Sweep the - Russians South. THOUSANDS SLAM l!l BATTLE Victors Said to Have Lost 12,000 in Killed Alone. Positions That Were All but Im preg nable Stormed by the Gallant Men Who Hare Bearded the Russian Bear. Chicago, May 2S. A special to The Daily News from Chefoo says: "Japar announces that the entire coast of the Liao-Tung peninsula lying south of a line between Pitsewo on the east and Pulantien on the w est Is in a state of effective blockade by the Japanese nary." Washington, May 28. A telegram, dated Tokio, May 27, has been re ceived by the Japanese1 legation here which gives the report of the com- mi. I ruler of the Japanese army on the LU-o-Tung peninsula of the capture of Kin-Chow. After ennunierating with GENERAL OED. great particularity the guns the Rus sians had in position the report says that a reconnaissance was made on May 23, which developed the Russian strength In men and guns, and then proce...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 2 June 1904

;v a. "firVPfc We Have Moved ' igan Street, just one square north of Post Off fee. 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. P I Astley & Hess. TLbc XCribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TUETKIB ONE mut be in before Tuesday noon to In sure tnetr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., Juue 2,1904 I LOCAL NEWS & I Robert Barnblll visited relatives and friends in Argos last week. Norman E. Bailey is visiting his fatber and sister in this city. Judge Hess delivered the memorial address at Knox, Monday, May 30. MisLeona Yarman of Bourbon, vis ited friends in this city last week. Morris Agler has returned from a visit of ten days in Van Wert county, Ohio. Many of the school teachers will spend their vacations at St. Louis tbis year. Miss Lena Carr has returned to her home in Rochestor after a visit in this city. Mr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 2 June 1904

THE! ALL STAND PAT Resumption of Balloting by Illi nois Republicans Shows No Change of Sentiment THREE PÜTHE BALLOTS TAKE)? Cannon Sits Down on Smoking, bt; Delegates Can Continue to Chew Roosevelt and Wisconsin. Springfield. 111., June 1. The lie publican state convention, after a ses sion lasting an hour and a half? and after taking three lallots for governor, adjourned until 10 a.'m. today without having broken the deadlock. The con vention, after an eleven days' recess, reconvened at 2:13 p. m. There was a manifest falling off of enthusiasm. Governor Yates was cheered as he en tered a few minutes before the con vention was called to order, but the entry of the other candidates' was un observed. Cannon Rends Them n Rale. Chairman Cannon opened the pro ceedings by having, read the rule of the house of representatives which, among other things, prohibits smoking upon the floor of the house." "Gentle men," said Cannon, "you have adopted that amongst other rules. The chair cannot enf...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 9 June 1904

1 , i ' 1 r i T2 I i. :( PTT ! 5 Recorder'e Office feb03 ! itilil . VOLUME III PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1 904. NO- m; J TT TT PLYMOU 4 "i I .; X S 1 i " : i t k I it i 71 i 1 1 4 U i i h e T 1 4 J 1 f H i DEVILTRY DONE IN COLORADO Cripple Creek Joining Region in a Furor Vf Excite ment, RED WAR LOOMS HEAR AT IIAIID Dastard Doed Blows Twelve Non Union Men to Shreds. 43tatton Platform Blown Up at Inde pendence Riot Follows at Vic tor In Which One Is Killed and Six Wounded. Denver, Jnne 7. It is stated that in the storming of the miners union building at Victor by the guardsmen seven union miners were shot dead. Another story, hoeveT, is that no one , was killed. Cripple Creek, Colo., June 7. Twelve men were killed by the explo sion of an Infernal machine at the railroad station in Independence, and seven others were seriously injured. Eleven men were killed outright, and one died later from their wounds. Ail the killed and injured with the excep tion of two men from the Dead...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 9 June 1904

Established October 10. 1901.' Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFMCE Blssell Build la;. Corner Lt Porte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In ad . ance. 11.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING KATES made known on ap pllcatlon. - Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter Plymouth, Ind.. June 9. 1904. Joseph W . Folk has enough instruct ed delegates to lusure his nomination as the Democratic candidate for gov ernor ot Missouri against any and all opposition. This is a great victory over the boodle element and the cor rupt Missouri machine. Senator Quay left two sons, one of whjm, Richard, has figured more or less in Pennsylvania politics, and since his father's death has even been men tioned as the latter's possible succes sor in the senate. He positively de clines to have bis name used in that connection, however, The Nebras...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 9 June 1904

n n n r t pmn hllhnulhi nioiuniiDt Mayor .Smith, of . Bedford, Says That of the "New" Schäfer Murder Evidence. 4jLLLESPIES ASK FOR LIBERTY Will Go to the Supreme Court if Nec essaryHunt Continues Tor the Lost Child-State Items. Bedford, Ind., Juno 4. W. II. GliJ dell, editor of a P.razil nowpjiriper whe was summoned to appear before the grand jury to testify regarding eertain evidence which he is supposed to have obtained prior to the printing of an editorial bearing upon the Schäfer murder mystery in a recent edition of bis newspaper, has not appeared at ihis writuig. Only a few witnesses were examined and they were closeted with the jury but a short time. Mayor IILxon Smith, a member of the investi gating eommittre, said: "It is all iiv.-it-.it history with me. 1 do not think any man will be convicted." Judge Wilson said: "It seems that the eartli has been secured. ISome Ihing has to happen before the crime can be fastened upon any one." Other Reports Arm DIflerenU In spite of the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 9 June 1904

liPiilsbury's Bes!- :.L Ube .TErtbuite. Established October 10, 1001." Only Republican Newspaper intht Coaaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Blssell Building, Corner LnPorte and Center Streets, Telephone No. 27. bDBSCRIPTION BATES One Year. In ad vance. 11.50; Sli Months. 75 ctnts; Three Months, 40 cents, delivered at any postofSce ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind. June 9.1904. Republican State Ticket. . For Girernor. J. FRANK HAN LEY. For Lieutenant Governor, HUGH TH. MILLER. For Secretin rf State, DAN1BL E. STORMS. For Auditor of Stute. DAVID E. sIIEKRIUK. For Treasurer of State, . NAT U. HILL. For Attornr Gneal, CHARLES W. MILLER. For Reporter Supreme Court, GEORGE W. ELF. Superintendent of Public Instruction, F. A. COITON. Chief of Buretu of Statistic?, JOSEPH H. ÖTCBBS. Judse Supreme Court, 2d District, ' OSCAB H. MONTGOMERY. , . Judrt Supreme Court. 3d District, J...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 9 June 1904

Carpenters, Mechanics I Cr? q, p I have put in stock a complete line of the Celebrated Diamond Edge Tools, Every jjij Tool is guaranteed to be perfect. If you C? want the BEST call for Diamond Edge. & C? SOLD ONLY AX 1 BUCK'S CASH HARDWARE,! Leader in Low Prices. fc& TEbe tribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TBE TKIB CJlE mcdt be lo before Tuesday noon toln vture tnelr appearance la the Issue of that Plymouth, Ind., June 9.1904. I LOCAL NEWS f E ) D Corn planted three weeks ago is growing nicely. Clarence Thresh has gone to Val parlso to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sayre of Elkhart visited In this city Sunday. Miss Hattie Thompson has returned from a visit at South Bend. Mrs. JohnH. Dili, of Elkhart visit ed in West township last week. Cleta and Wilda Wilhelm are visit ing in Green township this week. The fiist Indiana fair for the year 1901, opens at Fort Wayne July 4. A. W. Dolph, of Teegarden, trans acted business in Plymouth Monday. T...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 9 June 1904

JAP FIGHTERS push right on They Occupy the First Line of Forts at Port Arthur. . HEAVY GUUS ARE IN POSITION On Heights Said to Dominate the Stronghold of the Russians. Kassian Squadron Attempts a Sortie, but Is Forced to Return-Stocs-. sei Reports of Kin-Chow CasualtJ- State ruents. London, June 4.- -A dispatch from Tokio to The Daily Express says that Field Marshal Yamagata has been ap pointed commander-in-chief of all the forces lu the field. lie is expected to proceed to the LiacnTung district Bhortly. x London, June 4. The Home corre spondent of The Central News tele graphs: "A Tokio dispatch to The Giorriale d'ltalia says that the Japa nese have occupied the first line of the outer fortifications of Tort ' Ar thur after a feeble resistance. The correspondent at Tokio of the News J ...Olli II .. I ,JI T I ' .- FIELD VAKSHAX MAG ATA. Agencj Liberas says that four divis ions of Japanese troops have occupied Kwan-Tung heights, on which they Lave emplaced heavy artillery domin ating...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 9 June 1904

M s v i I i ! K l 1 ) ( ( : V -J i a. it I A' i i: I I 1 MlCffl Which have been sold Road Wagons Driving Wagons Bikes AS TLhe TErtbime. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TBE TKIB DE mcjt be in before Tuesday noon to in sure tnetr appearance In the issue of tba week. Plymouth, Ind., Juue 9. 1904. ö I nrAi nfwq ö UW W W WWW WWW WWWW fTWfl kJ Miss Lois Ilumricbouser is visiting at "Warsaw. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Drummond visited Id this city last week. Indianapolis had 200 cases of ty phoid fever during the month of May. Dr. McGill and wife came down from Chicago last week to visit at Brightside. Mrs. Andrew Bowell and Mrs. II ub bard went to Argos last week to visit relitivesand friends. Sidney Becker came hom- from Chicago last week to attend com--mencement and visit his parents. Harry Lackey has moved baci to Plymouth from Walkerton. He is employed In the H1s cigar factory. Mrs. Frank Tanner spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jcn Mitchell, ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 9 June 1904

FLAMII1GRIVRS OF WHISKY LOOSE Fourteen Lives Lost, 3,000 Cat tie Dead and $1,000,000 in Property Destroyed. EXPLOSION STARTS THE BLAZE Thirty Thousand Barrels of Whisky Are the Fire's Food. Torrents of the Burning Spirits Sweep Through the Cattle Pens. Leav ing the Beasts Dead in "Windrows. Teoria, 111., June G. An explosion which occurred in the eleven-story warehouse of the Owning distiller?, the second largest in the world, com pletely wrecked the budding. The ruins immediately took tie and com municated to three adjoining buildings, burning them to the ground. Fourteen men were buried beneath the ruins and burned to death. Six others were seri pusly injured. The loss on buildings and whisky arid spirits s'ored will ap proximate $1,-300,000. Tin fire spread to the stock yards district, where a dozen large cattle barns fil ed with cat tle, were burned. List of the Dead and Wounded. Of the dead eight bodies have been recovered, only four of which have bven identified. These were: G...

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