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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 June 1904

$2.00 Rates for Wire Nails by the Keg. g C? R to ce na inn Ike OS Q tf.ta.VS piI IVV Galvanized Binder Twine at CS 0? i& I BUCK'S CASH HARDWARE, Leader in Low Prices. Zbe TEtibune HENDRICKS & CO;, Publishers. AdYcrtlsements to appear In THE TKIB TJNE mcit be io before Tuesday noon to In are tnelr appearance in the iasue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., Juue 30,1004. : LOCAL NEWS & Rev. R. G. Upson is home from Wi nor a. .".'"' Mrs, M. Brown is visiting at Wal kerton. A. W. Dolpb, of Teegarden, was in town Monday. A. North . transacted business at South Bend Monday. Rev. J. F. Pressnal preached at vValkerton Sundav. Bert Cleveland was home from In dianapolis over Sunday. Mrs. I)r. Asplnall and daughter, are visiting in Chicago today. Miss Gertrüde Peterson has returned from a yisit at Walkerton. . O. E. Johnson of tne State bank, spent Sunday at Valparaiso. The Robinson show has billed the town for their great show July 11. Miss Maggie Kennedy has gone to Chicago for a visit...

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. — 30 June 1904

ROOSEVELT AHO FAIRBANKS ARE ATTHE BARRIER Ready for the Great National Race That Finishes in Next November. CLIMAX OF A GREAT MEETING Comes "When the President Is Chosen Unanimously to Succeed Himsel Speeches of Governor Black and Stu ator Beveridge Naming the Convention's Choice. Chicago, June 23. Frjmptly at 10 a. m. today Chairman Cannon called to order the Republican national con vention in its last session. The action of the day was a foregone conclusion. Everybody knew that the ticket would be Roosevelt and Fairbanks, it having been announced yesterday that Ilitt was to be withdrawn for the second place. The scenes as the men of note came into the hall were the same as on previous coiys, and the band played BSXATOR BETXEIDGE. as usual, while looking down on the assemblage were two great portraits instead of one that of the leader who has passed away, and that of the lead er who was to be named before the convention closed, for the heroic por trait of Roosevelt that was shown a...

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. — 30 June 1904

I a Ha mJkm t mm m&m Mm f n f 1 1 D!w rrtudrt lur ine Dig by buying your Revolvers and Blank Cartridges 5 KSTLEY t 302-304-306 North 9IIcltiau St. i$ ? 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ZThe Tribune, HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. .uverllseiiieutfc lu Lpfcar Iii THL TKIB ÜNE meat be In before Tuesday noon to in jure taetr appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind.. Juue 30.1904- : LOCAL NEWS & Mr. Lrtt Isey, rcturBed to South Bend last week, Mrs. John Sieders was taken to Longcliffe last week. Mr. Sam Schlosser made a business trip to South Bend last week. Mrs. E. Switzer and Mrs. R. Gra ham are visiting at Grovertown. Miss Anna Houghton and Miss Liz Pierce lert St. Louis last week. Mrs Mary Halsey returned to Chi cago after visiting Miss Mary Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. John Zirp and family left last week for Kentucky where .hey will visit. Dr. T. A. Borton and grand-daughter Jane, visited at Bourbon last 'week. Mrs. Sarah Langdon and daughter Alice, went to Rochester last week en busine...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 June 1904

LAW FOR RURAL CARRIERS Postofltce Department Issues Orders in i Pursuance With the New Regulations in Eflect Atter July !. It is ordered by the Postoffice De- partment, in. pursuance or tue new law relative to rural mail "service, wuicu is iu eueci ou uuu ou.y x, mat rural earners are noi permuteu xo solicit Dusiness or receive oraers oi any kind for any person, firm or cor poration. No mailaable matter may be handled by rural carriers while serving their routes, unless the proper) postage has been prepaid, with the single exception of county newspa- pers, which, under the law are per- mitted to be carried free throughout the county in which they are puousn- . . . . . i ed, to actual subscribers, and such newspapers addressed to subscribers, V - A. I wno resiue on rural routes, must be deposited at the postoffice the same as papers for other suoscrioers. The hire for merchandise carneo on request of the patron of rural free de livery must be paid by the patron. Carriers will not be ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 July 1904

IT YPTT u i I? i - U VOLUME III PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, ULY T, 1 904.' NO- 40 1 : : i Recorder's Office feb03 FLYMO t . U i: ! ! V !! i i i if 5 ! vi ; ,1 'S 1 i! M 'Hi -1 v :i Si A t ; a T NINETEEN DEAD '"" AT LITCHFIELD Four of Them Are Not Yet Iden tified and There Are Some Missing. EEVISED LIST OF TEE KILLED Come Miscreant Timed the Switch, Says President Ramsey. Fire Score More of Those on the Fated Norge Brought to Port Alive Captain Telia the 6tory of the Wreck. CL St. Louis, July 5. A special to the Post-Dispatch from Litcheld, 111., says: Nineteen are dead and a number Is missing as a result of the wreck on the Wabash railroad here Sunday night, when train No. 11, from Chi cago, left the track at a misplaced witch and crashed into a line of freight cars standing on a sidetrack. SeTen hundred persons were on the ill fated train at the time it dashed Into the sidetrack. Two more bodies hare been taken from beneath the wreck age. The remains of Hon. I. R. Mills, internal r...

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. — 7 July 1904

tEbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In th County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFrlCEBissell Buildtnjr, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. 8UBSCRIPTI0N RATES One Year. In ad vance, HA); Sil Months. 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the potofSce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth. Ind., July 7. 1904- Madison county has two candidates for United States senator. They are Governor Durbln and Edgar E, Ilen- dee. The question agitating the minds of the Parkerltes is which of the two does Grover prefer. He indorses Par ker, but goes fishing with Harmon. " -Theodore Roosevel is the only pres ident of the United States who was bom in a large city, all the others having first seen the light in farm houses or in small villages. Apparently there are to be no dark horses in the Indiana senatorial cam paign. Every republican who is ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 July 1904

s Pre-Convention Talks in " the Hotel Lobbies at the . World's Fair City. CLEVELAND ECOil 13 III FRONT Those Pn3liinjHi3 Name Aiming to Defeat Judge Parker. Gorman and Folk as Dark Horses Nut to Crack in Formulating a Platform Illinois Contest. St Louis. July 2. rraetieally the only feature of political interest as sociated with the approaching Demo cratic convention discussed in the hotel corridors is the possibility of an at tempt to stampede the convention to ex-President Cleveland. There was a decided effort on the part of some of the friends of other candidates to KX-PRESIDET CXXVXLAHTi. pooh-pooh the suggestion, but others of them, while expressing their confi dence that it would come tt naught, frankly admitted the existence of the booru," and set themselves to work to counteract its effect. The Cleveland boom comes from the east, and is di rected against Judge Farker. Parker Men Welcome the Doom. The friends of Judge Parker met the situation boldly and apparently are welcomi...

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. — 7 July 1904

Zbe Uribune. Established October 10. 1901. Only Republican Hewepaper in tb Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFUCE-Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Street. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In ad vance, II JO; Six Months. T5 cents; Three Months, 40 cents, deliver d at any poatorace ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Xdtered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind.. July 7. 904 Republican National Ticket For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For V:ce Prsldnt. CHARLES W F AI RAN KS, of Indiana. republican State Ticket. For Governor, J. FRANK HAN LEY. For Lieutenant Governor, HUGH TH. MILLEti. For Secretary f State, -DANIEL E. STORMS. For Auditor of Pthte, David e. herrick. For Treasurer of State, NAT U, HILL, For Attorney General, CHARLES W. MILLER. For Reporter Supreme Court, GEORGE W. ELF. Fuperlateixlentof Public Instruction, F. A. COTTON. . Chief of Bureao of Statistic!, JOSEPH H. ST U ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 July 1904

. LAUER & SON 2 ALL CS 01 Not a Foot Carried Over Rubber Hose BEST QUALITY Buck's Cash LEADER IN 0? be TEttbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisement to ftPp.arlD TBETK1B CNE nut be in beforeTuwd.ynoontolD- are tbetr appeanoce In the lisne of th&t week. Plymouth. Ind., July 7, 1904. & LOCAL NEWS t B. E. Ryder is home again. Ilarold Barr, of Hamlet, spent the Fourth in Plymouth. Frank Gocbenour of Knox, spent Tuesday In Plymouth. A. Becker's family was home from Chicago and Noblesville. , Leo Muster, has gone to Columbia City to spend his vacation. Bert Strunk and Edd Snepp, spent Sunday evening at Rochester. Earl Tuttle or south Bend is the new barber atRhinehart's. Hon. 11. G. Thayer is Improving slowly but is not able to sit up. Miss Alice Huff, of Bremen, is the guest of Eva and Fay Wickizer. Rev. Mr. Clark, of Texas, is vis iting his sister, Mrs. Dr. Knott. Mr. and Mrs. D.E. Elickof Chicago, spent the fourth in this city. Miss Irene Kuhn, has returned from ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 July 1904

MILES BOOM BOOMED General Is Evidently Not Elimi nated from the Possibilities at Indianapolis HIS FRIEIIBS GET TOGETHER Woolley Explains the Gsnerl's Posi tion and Late Letter. Temporary Chairman Supplies a Roast for Both Old Parties and Itoose relt Platform Committee in Trouble. Indianapolis, Ind., June SO. The boom for General Miles for the Tro hibition nominee for president wa3 given a decided forward movement by a public meeting of delegates and vis itors at the state house following the adjournment of the afternoon session of the national convention. Fifteen hundred people were present, of whom over 4 GO wore delegates' badges. Alonzo E. Wilson. Illinois state chair man, presided. John G. Woolley, of Chicago, editor of The Voice, gave evidence as to General Miles' position. He said he had been iu close com munication with General Miles during the past six weeks by letters, visits and conversations. Explains tbe General's Position. "I do not know that he will accept the nominati...

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. — 7 July 1904

s Ths LONG and SHORT of it Is THAT IT VTOX PAY YOU TO USS LOWE BROTHERS DAYTON Ready-Made COLORS INSTEAD OF WHITE EAD. decause: They wear Better. They cover more surface. They are more convenient. (No tinting necessary.) They dry with a smooth surface and hence keep cleaner. The colors and tints ere clearer and more permanent. Their covering capacity saves S3$ per cent, of first cost, and their unequalled durability 75 per cent, of ultimate cost. COLOR CARDS OH APPLICATION. ASTLEY &' HESS, 302304306 N. Michigan St. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TBE TK1B UNE mcit be In before Tuesday noon to in sure tnelr appearance In the Usue of that week. . Plymouth, Ind., July 7. 1904. ! & LOCAL NEWS & i Fred Logan is home from Onaway, Mich., for a few days. Jas. A. Grafty, of Indianapolis, was in town 02 business last week. Mr. A. E. Sbutts of Elkhart, was in town on business last week. Dr. Hitchcock and wife have re turned from their wedding trip. Mrs....

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. — 7 July 1904

PATRICK KEEFE DEAD Victim of the Litchfield Disaster on the Wabash Railway Last Sunday. BIES OF HIS TERRIBLE SCALDS Desires the Doctors to First Kelieve His Friend Tragedy of a House Coat Items. Indianapolis, July C Patrick J. Kyan, city inspector of weights cna measures, and John Keefe, of 2149 Korth Meridian street, have returned from Litchfield, 111., where their uncle, Patrick Keefe, of Kentland, a well- knov.n Indiana politician, died of in juries in the AValash line wreck f Sunday. Keefe was on his way to the St. Louis convention as alternate dele gate, lie had also been chosen last May as nominee for Democratic elector for the Tenth Indiana district "With him was James B. Roberts, of Kent land, a wealthy real estate man, and candidate for treasurer of Newton county, who also died from steam scalding. "Wanted Ills Friend Believed First. Keefe and Iloberts were in the for ward coach, and the steam from the overturned engine enveloped them. Keefe was conscious up to wltiin five ...

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. — 14 July 1904

i 7V X PTN Recorder's Office feb03 VOLUME III PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 15)04. NO. 41 BUNE l IUI 1 1 . i j J i ) i j V 4 i i I THATFAIWOUS"VVIRE" Judge Took a Long, Hard Think Before It Was Sent to St. Louis. T7AS AWAKE SATURDAY NIGHT "Waiting to Hear What the Conven tion Decided Upon. Some Approving Telegrams D Isens tion of the National Chairman. ' ship by Mack and Howell Tasgv.rt Is San Esopus, N. Y July, 12. Light was "thrown on the history of the now fa mous Farker telegram and the reply to it from the Democratic convention at St Louis by a close friend of Judge Parker, who declined to allow the use of his name. "When Judge Farker went to bed at 9:43. Friday night," said this man, "he did not know any thing about the financial side of the .platform which had been agreed upon more than was outlined In the. very brief bulletins telephoned from Kings ton. When Informed at 0:50 a. m. of the bare fact of his nomination he Imew no more. s Bod Off In Deep Thought. The first...

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. — 14 July 1904

Übe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. Omij Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Biuell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in ad vance, 11.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Months. 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind.. July 14 1904 Tbe drift Is so strongly in the di rection of Parker that It will cover him over completely In November. The democrats have figured it out that tbe oest thing to do is to forget their past performances on the roon cy question. The profuse democratic talk about a sane and safe candidate'1 naturally leads to the inquiry: "What have you been giving us?" The democrats at St. Louis have agreed to Ignore the 16 to 1 theory and declare the money question settled wisely by republicans. The voters of the United States will never g...

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. — 14 July 1904

Mllll Coliseum at St. Louis Packed to Hear the Democratic Nomi- nating Speeches. ''. LOHG WAIT ON THE PLATFOHM Winch Is Finally Adopted by Unan mous Voice. Speeches of the Nominators Send the Convention "Wild T"wo Little Girls Do the Woman in White" Part. St Louis, July 0. The national Ttemocratfc convention, met yesterday -atllO a. m. and found that there was nothing for it . to do, the resolutions committee not having completed its Tvork. The time until a moment be fore noon wn3 taken up with' demon strations of more or less - vigor. " At noon a recess was taken' to 8 p. 'ni., that being the time set by the' resolu tions committee , to be ready. Ii B.n I1 A n nan with ttm n.rrnrtn When the convention met at 8 p. in. the hall was jammed with people, regardless of tickets. Had there been a panic there would have been a catastrophe. Among those present was General Miles, who was there for the first time. The prominent leaders were all given demonstrations before and after the chairma...

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. — 14 July 1904

Qbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. Oaiy Republican Newspaper in the Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OrrlCE Blsell Building. Corner LftPorte and Center streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year In ad vance. II JO; Six Months, 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents. dellTered at any postoffice ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indi ana. as second-class maU matter. Plymouth, Ind.. July 14, 1904 Republican National Ticket For Preslder. THEODORE KOOS1 YLT, of New York. For Vice President, CHAKLE3 W FAlßANKS, of Indiana. ; Republican State Ticket. For GoTernor, J. FRANK HAN LEY. For Lieutenant Gorernor, HUGO TH. MILLEtt. For Secretary of State, DANIEL E. STORMS. . For Auditor of State, , ' DAVID . bH ERRICK: For Treasurer of State, NAT U, HILL, . i - Fof-Attorner General, CHARLES W. MILLER. For Reporter Supreme Court, GEO ROE W. 8ELF. . uperlntenSentof Public Instrnctlcn, F. A. COTTON. Chief of Bureau of Statistics...

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. — 14 July 1904

CR CR cr cr CR CR CR cr CR CS CS CS CS CS CS cs CS CS CS ILL Not a Foot Carried Over Rubber Hose BEST QUALITY Buck's Cash , LEADER IN CS cs TIbe. Uribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publlshtr. AaTertuemeou lo mppr 1b TBE TH1B CMS men b. la beforeToeidaynaaa to In var. tttelr.ppnrtBC. 1b th Imq.'oI UBt eck. . . PlymsvSi. Ind.. July 1 .1904. LOCAL NEYS f Dr. Stephens visited at Valparaiso Sunday. Ed. Biggins was home from Valpa raiso over Sunday. , Fred Kipfer is down from Bremen Monday on business. Mrs. S. M.. Shakes made a busi ness trip to Chicago Tuesaay. Frank McCrum of Bourbon, is vis iting with relatives in this city. Mrs. Charles Richenbaugh.of Bour bon, spent Monday in this city. George Gilson has returned from Goshen after an absence of several weeks. Miss Getrude Morsches, of Anderson is the guest of Mr. Ward Rayburn of this city. Mrs. J. R. Losey went to Warsaw Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ilelen Shorb, ." , . Mr. and Mrs. Horn of Valparaiso, visited over Sunday at Conra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 July 1904

Opposition to Him Crows More Uncertain as the Situation , Develops. HILL SURE ' OF THE BESTJLT Incident Showing the Convention's Sentiment To Be Conservative. CHEERS FOR GROVE R CLEVELAND Most Notable Outburst of the First Session Vice Presidential Dooms Williams Smokes His Cigar, "Regardless." St Ixmls, July 7. The domination of conservative sentiment in a national convention was never moreemphatical 'ly demonstrated than when Tempo rary Chairman Williams In the course of his speech opening the Democratic national convention spoke the name of Grover Cleveland. There bad been generous applause for men , and ore- JAMES K. JONES. torical statements from the time that National Chairman Jones cavel fell, but the enthusiasm evoked by Cleve land's name surprised .everything pre vious in that line. The outburst was spontaneous and prolonged, and it was difficult to hurry the convention to or der so that Williams could go on with his speech. Parker Mhe Mn of Destiny. ThlH outburst was not f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 July 1904

v ' SEE TlSlS PERFECT ION Combined OIL STOVE, HEATER and LAMP at ASTLEY & HESS' 302-4-6 N. Michigan St. c ISbe TEttbune, HENDRICKS Ö CO., Publishers. Advertisements to Appear in THE TK1B UJtE men be la before Tuesday noon to In are tnelr appearance in the lisue of that week. Plymouth id., July 14. 1904. I LOCAL NEWSäf C. J. Eich transacted business at Bremen Thursday. Miss Anna Martin has returned to Her home in Etna Green. Miss Dessie McDonald Is visiting relatives at Springfield, 111. Miss Nona Meiser, of Columbia City, is the guest of Mrs. W. F. Young. Mrs. D. , Moore, went to Kendal! ville Friday for a visit of several days. John Flosenzier, went to Bremen Thursday for a visit of a few davs. Mrs. James Voreis went to Colum bia City Thursday for a visit of a few days. Mrs. A. L. Benedict is spending the week at Muncie with friends and rel atives. The delegates to the democratic na tional convention from this district were assessed $100 each. The Eastern Stars have made ar ran...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 July 1904

CLOSING SCENES ARE SFHSATIONAL Judge Parker Explodes a Bomb in the Democratic National Convention WEITES A TLANK FOB. HIMSELF That Is Not in the Platform as Adopt ed at St Louis. Bryan Gets Oat of Bed to Meet Jhe Issue Last Se 8 m Is Kicked . Davis, or West Virgin a, for Vice President. St,Touls, July 11. The closing scene of the Democratic national convention presented a climax to one of the most remarkable national conventions ever held. As a supplement to the third cession, which did not adjourn until nearly G a." m. Saturday, after an all nigfct session, crowded with excit ing events, the fourth session did not adjourn until 131 a. m. yesterday, and during this session the most sensation al event of a week of sensations took place. The third session adjourned to meet again at 2 p. m. Saturday, and the worn-out members rushed away to get something to eat and then a few hours sleep. Bryan at the Edge of Collapse. The most weary man of all the 1,000 delegates was William J. Bryan. ...

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