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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 February 1902

'ii TTIHIE PLYMOUTH BUN Kcconlers oilice 171'ebOl WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1902. NO-21 i J 1 n f M si :1 ARE SUSPENDED South Carolina Senators Arc To Be Punished. ENROLLED BUT VOICELESS Tillman, the Aggressor, Likely to Feel the Heavy Haul of Senate's Wrath After Due and Calm Investigation The Committee on Privileges in Session. Washington, D. C. Feb. 26 The President of the senate yesterday directed the clerk to restore to the roll the names of Senators Tillman and McLaurin of South Carolina. It has been agreed by the republican leaders that this was a vise course for the presiding officer, but that the South Carolina senators should not be permitted to vote while they are held in contempt by the senate. It will be for the senate to make this order, not the pres ident of the senate. President Frye simply shifted the responsibilitv- for the order of the- senate. Tnere is no doubt that the senat' will continue to prevent Tillman and McLaurin ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 February 1902

TL)c XEttbime. Established October lO. 1901. HENDRICKS & C0MPublisher5. Itfiepüoiie No. S57. OFFICE In B!ssU Block, Corner Center and La port e Street. 1DVKBTISINO RATES will be mds mown on application. Ectert-d the Postoffice at ?lj mouth, Iod.as second class -ai&tter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Y-r in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.deHvered at any posteffice. Plynoath, lad., February 27, 902. President Roosevelt's action in setting on foot a prosecution of the railroad mergers is causing a commotion amonjr the trusts. There is but one party in Mississippi, so the congressional districts have been gerrymandered in favor of a particular set of democrats. The force of habit is powerful. Census report on domestic animals shows total value of $3,200,000,000 for the country. Iowa leads the states iii value of holdings and Texas is lirst in point of numbers. The war taxes passed in 19 to meet the cot of a foreign conflict will be wholly wiped out...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 February 1902

AGAINST SCHLEY President Roosevelt Uupholds the Court of Inquiry. GOtiAflND ONLY NOMINAL Officers of the Battleships Fought Independently "Without Following? Signals All Are Entitled to Credit. Washington, D. C Feb. SO President Roosevelt's answer to the appeal of Rear Admiral Schley for a rehearing of his case has been made public.. The President says: I have received the appeal of Adnvral Schley and the answer thereto from the Navy Depart ment. I have examined both with the utmost care, as well as the preceding appeal to the Secretary of the Navy. I have read through all the testimony taken before the court and the statements of the counsel for Admirals Sampson and Schley; have examined all the official reports of even kind in reference to the Santiago naval campaign, copies of the log books and signal books and the testimony before the court of claims, and have also personally had before me the four surviving captains of the five ships, aside from those of the two Admirals, which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 February 1902

be tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers Telepnone No. -7. OFFICE in Bisseil Block. Comer Center Laporte Street. and lotffcKTISING RATES will be made knowi -on application. Ectertd tbe Postoffice at Plymouth. led. is second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., February 27, 1902. Oh for a Judge Capron, exclaims the Laporte Herald, to bring the bunglers of this citv to their senses! It is now high time for the senator from South Carolina to hand in their resignations again real ones this time. Bryan hates to part with his old friend. In a recent address in Michi pan he said: "If the silver question is dead, why be afraid of a corpse? If there is enough life lett in it to scare a gold bug, there is enough life in it to be. saved. '? This would infer that the great apostle of free silver is going to try and revive the sleeping thing, and tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 February 1902

THE CONVENTION FILE TWO . REPORTS IS CONSUMATED CJÜc are Headquarters for Wire and all kinds of the very best Harduiare JOHf V. RSTUEY & SOfA Li ad si's in Good Goods, Lioui Piies and Honest LUslgbts. TLhc TEtilmne. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, lnd.t February 27, 1902. Adrertisements to appear in THE TKIBCNE mast be in before Tuesday noon to insure tnelr appearance In the issue of tba LOCAL NEWS Yern Miller spent Sunday in Bremen. Willie Harrigan visited friends in Bourbon Monday. C. C. Bondurant, of Bremen, was in town Mondav. -Carl Yockey has returned fmm a visit in South Rend. Dallas Stone, or Inwood, spent Sunday with Miss Mabel Strunk. If you want rieh, wheaty flavored Ci ackers, buy Fox's "Forex." Miss Jennie Fontious was a morning passenger to South Bend Monday. Miss Julia Lamson, of Culver, is visiting the family of John Bowell. Miss Protsman, of Lapaz, was home to spend Sunday with her parents. Miss Cora Leonard spent Sunday in Lakeville wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 February 1902

REVOIT IN SPAIN Storm Center at Barcelona Hundreds Shot Down in Riots. General Weyler in Control of the Army Machinery Qvil War Imminent. Madrid, Feb. 21 Spain is in the throes of a revolution. The center is at Barcelona. Troops and organized rioters are in constant conflict there, and many hundreds have been killed or wounded. The man of the hour and the one practically in supreme control of the nation is General Wevler. That mart'al law will be declared at once throughout the whole of Spain is certain. This will place the destinies of the revolting peop"'e in the hands of the man whose! course in Cuba was responsible for the SpanishAmerican war and the disasters which followed. For years Spain has feared the blew that has fallen. That it should come on the eve of the actual accession to power of the young- king is not only significant, but it is more perilous to the future than can be foretold, The who.e of Spain is in terror. The riotiüg at Barcelona and at other points is only t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 February 1902

ZEbe .ffribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., February 27, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIBDNE must be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance In the Issue of tha LOCAL NEWS Peter Richard has returned from Monterey. John Engle, of German township, was in town Thursday. Mrs. Anderson Beagels, of Tyner, was in town Thursday. "Will Kevnolds went to Monterey to visit until Sunday. Mrs. Copley went to South P.end for a visit over Sunday. Mrs. I). 1?. Young has returned to her home at Culver. 4 Miss Margaret Manuwal will visit a few days in South Bend. The West township high school 'visited Valparaiso schools Friday. Miss Carrie Klick has gone toKvanston. 111., fur a visit of several days. Mrs. Lydia Appleman is visiting in Argos with her daughter, Mrs. Jones, We have had excellent sleighing for three weeks apd the weather is still cold. William Xorris. of Rochester, was the guest ot friends in Plymouth over night. Mrs. LeRoy Lackey, of Chica...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 February 1902

HEHRY IN Royal German Visitor Heard Philippine Discussion in the House and Bailey's Defense of Tillman in the Senate An Enthusiastic Welcome. Washington, Feb. 25 The visit of Prince Henry and his suite lo the capitol yesterday must have been not only a gratifying expedience to the royal visitor on account of the warm and flattering reception he re ceived at , . both the house and senate and of the opportunity it afforded him of meeting personally-.'the leaders of both houses but it must have been an extremely interesting experience as well. The prince not only saw the houses of the American people at work but he witnessed some of their rare and intensely dramatic moments which come in that body occasionally at the conclusion of a great debate. The prince and Iiis party arrived at the eastern entrance of the capitol at 4 o'clock. The party was met at the great bronze door leading into the rotunda by a committee from the house. Brief cordial greetings had been exchanged, the prince an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 March 1902

WUTH TP' 11 K. BUNE WEEKLY EDITION. Hecorders office lTfebOl VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH c. 1902. NO. 22 1 i 4 - K -1 -1 THE NATIONS DUTY Establishment of American Authority In the Philippines Cannot Be i . Neglected. SENATOR FAIRBANKS. TALKS OUT Speaking to the Question of a Philippine Tariff Bill, Indiana's Senior Senator Urges Congress to Uphold the Administration in Its Efforts to Deal Fairly With the Natives. Following is the address of Hon.T Charles W. Fairbanks, United States senator from Indiana, speaking on the Philippine question in the senate Friday, Feb. 22: "Mr. President, it is with some reluctance that I enter the cyclonic atmosphere of the Philippine debate. A Bense of duty alone impels me to venture some observations upon ;he questions which have been discussed upon the pending bill. "The discussion has taken wide range, covering many subjects not germane to the measure before us, and we have long been familiar with many of the arguments made. In fac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 March 1902

Tifoe TTribune. Establ'shed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. I tMfiimoif No. Ml, OFFICE In Bissell Block. Comer Center anJ Laporte Street. e.KTlHING KATES will be made known on application. Entered tbe Tostoffice at Plymouth. Ind., as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; j Three Months 40 cents.deHvered at any postoflice. Plymouth, Ind., March 6, 1902. The next Indiana republican congressman to face a convention for renomination is Major Steele, our neighbor to the south, and thö indications now are that he will have the fight of his life. He will be followed by Landis and Overstreet, of the ninth and seventh districts, the former of whom especially is marked for opposition. So far renominations have been the order of the day in congressional conventions in this state this year, both Cromer and Holliday having snatched victory out of apparen ; defeat in exceedingly hardfought battles. "Watson and Crumpacker were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 March 1902

DREAM OF IRELAND Redmond Says Island Would Be Justified in Resort to Arms. Speaking cf the Boers, He Says They Will Secure Their Independence and tint Cape Colony V7111 Be Lost to the BiHish Crown Reports Now Being Sent to England Are Optim.stic and Untrue. New York, March 1 William K. Redmond, M. P.. brother of John E. Redmond, the Irish leader, who recently came to this country -with Joseph Devlin, to increase, if possible, the membership in this country of the United Irish League and to stir interest in the Irish cause, started for Boston today where he will speak tomorrow on the Emmet anniversary. Before departin? todav Mr. Redmond said: CT v "The Irish forces were never so well organized and united as now. I have been quoted as saying that we could put a great and irresistible force into the field, but that is not true. "What I did say was that Ireland would be justified in resorting to force of arms The twelve thousand members of the English constabulary in Ireland now make an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 March 1902

XTbe ZTcibune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. tot-ottoi! No. Z1 . OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. 1ÜYEF.TI8INQ BATES wUl be mad known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Iod.as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents;lThree Months 40 cents.delivered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., March 6t 1902, "William II. "Watson, president of the Pioneer furniture company at Euclaire, "Wisconsin, died last- Friday. He left an estate worth $50,000 but no will and no heirs. It is said that he has no relatives living. "While cities are spending more money as the years pass and taxes in all have been increased, all of therr. are in straitened circumstances. Chicago is compelled to cut salaries and other expenses, and even New Yoik reports a lean purse. The Boers have developed a new military idea by breaking a cordon with a rush of cattle intermingled with sharp-shooters. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 March 1902

Zhc Tribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., March 6, 1902. Advertisements to appear in THE TKIBCNE must be I" before Tuesday noon to Insure tne'.r appearance In the Issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Fred Morshes is on the sick list. Cora Geisel man wis a Warsaw visitor Tucs lay. Charles Hartman, of Loansport, was in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Rhinehart are visiting in Warsaw. Charley Ritchey, of Donaldson, was in this city Saturday. Mrs. John W. Wolford is spending a few days in Chicago. Miss Tenie Jones, of Culver, was a Plymouth visitor Monday. Charles Stahl, of Culver, was a Plymouth visitor Monday. Miss Carrie Bussert has returned from Detroit, Michigan. Mrs. R. O. Cox has gone to Warsaw for a visit of several days. Miss Dollie Moore has gone to Indionapolis for a visit of ten days. Mrs. C. A. Rockland went to Donaldson for a visit of a few days. Miss Stella Gilmore, of Chicago, is the guest of Mrs; Louis McDonald. Mr and Mrs. Elmer Glass have gone to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 March 1902

ONE LIFE'S MEANING Senator Beveridge Gives An Estimate of Washington's Influence On History. NEED OF AMERICAN CHARACTER The Cultivation of Discipline, That Force for Which Washington Stood 60 Largely, Is Urged irv Eloquent Terms Amid Fitting Surroundings. Following is the address delivered by the Hon. Albert J. Beveridge under the auspices of the Un!oa League Club, at the AuJiicrium, Chicago, on the afternoon cf Feb. 22, 1002: " Ladies and Gentlemen: The meaning of Washington in American history is discipline. The message of Washington's life to the American people is discipline. The need of American character is the cultivation of discipline. Washington did not give patriotism to the American colonies. The people had that as abundantly as he. He did not give them courage. That quality was and is in the American blood. He did not even give them resource. There were intellects more productive than his. But Washington gave balance and direction to elemental forces. He was the genius o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 March 1902

."XCbe TEribune. SENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., March 6, IS02. Adrertlsements to appear In TOE TKIBUNE must be 1 before Tuesday noon to insure tnelr appearance In the issue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Peter Ulrich is very sick. Yellow river is beginning to show the effect of the thaw. J. E. Marshall is having a new sign put up at his store. C. B. Tibbetts was in Mishawaka Thursday on business. Mrs. Cora Howard has returned from a visit in Lapaz. The editor of the Culver Herald was a Plymouth visitor Thursday. The final arguments are being made in the Neely trial at Havana. Mrs. Joseph Davis went t j Warsaw to visit relatives for a few davs. Mrs. Lucinda Green has gone to South lnd for a few davs' visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Paul have gone to Walkerton for a few days' visit. "Will Bollinger, of Donaldson, was among Plymouth friends Wednesday. Martha Spencer has jiled a petition to have Robert Johnson's sanity investigated. Mrs. F. J. Tittsworth aDd Miss Mary...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 March 1902

HENRY IN CHICAGO Prince Reaches the City and Will Remain Twenty-Seven Hours GRAND BALL IN HIS HONOR Forty-Eight R joins Reserved for the Prince and His Party at the Auditorium Hotel Where Festivities Will be Given. Chicago, March 3 Chicago will welcome Prince Henry of Prussia tonight. All arrangements for the reception of the nation's guest are complete and the weather forecaster promises cloudy weather at worst. Prince Henrv and his suite will arrive irom St. Louis over the Alton road on a special train at G:30 o'clock. The start from St. Louis will be made this morning at 11 o'clock and the run made by easy stages but without unnecessary stops. Every precaution will be observed by the railroad company for the safety of its distinguished passenger and ample time has been allowed so as to bring the train into the Union depot exactly on time. Although the Prince's stay in Chicago will be only twenty hours' long, every effort has been made to so arrange the program as to permit the Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 March 1902

. 01 it ArRecorders office 17feb01 WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAltCH 1 3. i NO- -: PLYMOUTH ..3) J". . 40 s . 5 1 f. 1 :i 1 i 4 BOER VICTORY Genera! Methuen is Captured by Boers Under Delarey. Torce of Twelve Ttoüaand Ken Attacked and Routed fcy Boers-Forty-oas Slain, Seventy-seren Wounded and Kasy Are " 3Us3'.ns Causes Great steck. London. March 11 General Methuen is a prisoner in the hands of tha Boers. His force of 1,200 men was routed by General Delarey last Friday near Litchtenburg, and his four guns were captured. General Methuen was himself wounded in the thigh. Three British off.cers and thirty eight men were killed. Five British officers and seventy-two men were wounded. One British officer and 200 men are said to be missing, though there is doubt on this. All the'British baggage was captured. The disaster was announced in the house of lords Monday by Lord Roberts and in the house of commons by the war secretary, Mr. Brodrick, who read the details...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 March 1902

Zbc Tribüne. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 337 OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. 4J3YEETI8INQ BATES will be mad known on application. Entered the Toiätoffice at Plymouth. Ind. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance fi.50; Six Months 75 cents.lThree Mcnths 40 cents.delivered at any postoffice. Plyaoath, lnd.t March 6t 1902. The date set for the retirement of Mr. Long as secretary of the navy is May 1. Congressman Foss, of Illinois, is most favorably mentioned as ;tiis successor. The railroads evidently have faith in the continued prosperity of the country as is is announced that $200,600,000 will be spent this season on improvements. Four of Uncle Sam's battle ships have been ordered toColombian waters as a safeguard of American property interests. They may also be regard ed as a tirst-cjass guarantee of peace. General Funston there is not much war in the Philippines, but we must not al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 March 1902

MAKES IT PLAIN President Roosevelt Listens to the Boer Representatives. U. S. 6ANN0T INTERFERE President Will Try to Ameliorate Conditions Conditions, But He Tells the Boers That This Government Will Take No Part in the South African Struggle. "Washington, Mar. 6 Messrs. Wolmarans and Wessels, ihe Boer representatives, who came to the United States from Europe for the purpose of conferring with the Secretary of State, have achieved their purpose. They were received by Mr. Hay at 11 o'clock today. It was distinctly understood that the Boers were to be received as private citizens, and not in an official capacity. Secretary Hay talked to them freely with this understanding. The principal object of the delegates was to induce the United States government to do something to terminate the present bloody struggle in South Africa. They were not very specific as to Trhat they wanted, and apparently would be satisfied with almost anything from intervention direct to a simple tender of the sr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 March 1902

be tribune. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone Xo. 127. OFFICE in Bissell Block, Corner Center and Laporte Street. 1DYEHT181NG BITES will be made known on application. Entered the Poetoffice at Plymouth. lDd.,as secocd class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance S.5; Six Months 75 cents;iThree Months 40 cents.delivered at any postotfice. Plymouth, Ind., Marchl3, 1902. THE DEMOCRAT IS SOLD Metsker Buys the Plant for $10,000. Consternation Among Old Line Democrat. The Plymouth Democrat will cease to exist, except in name, after this week. Hon. Clay W. Metsker who voted with the railroad corporations to kill Senator Agnew's Calumet ship canal bill, has purchased the plant for $10,000. o wonder the labor organtions have jt in for the lobbyists who succeeded in convincing legislators that it was their duty to vote in the interest of the railroads. But this is, perhaps, of less importance here than the fact that there will no longer be a d...

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