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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 May 1906

i Recorder's Office febOl TD YMOU ID)' PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1906. NO. 32 VOLUME V i TtilTH THE BOURBON TRAGEDY. William Bates Shot Dead and Frank Bates Badly Wounded 'by Fred Rcttingcr. Bourbon and Flyimoiith, and in fact almost the entire population of Mar shall county, were stirred by the trag edy at Bourbon, Saturday, afternoon, in which William Bates, one of the old and prominent citizens of Bour bon township was shot through the heart and of course, instantly killed, and Frnak Bates his son, was shot through the arm, by Fred Rettinger, a young farmer of. the same neigh borhood. - ; , A feud arising over some trivial matters, had existed for several months between Rettinger and the Bates family, and it seems that Ret tinger had prepared to kill William and Frank Bates and Mr. Ellinger, a farm hand for Frank Bates,' on the first provocation. ' The parties lived on adjoining farms about two miles from Bourbon. Rettinger sold some ! hogs to Ben Berson Friday; and Sa...

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. — 17 May 1906

THE PLYMOUTIITRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. - - Publishers. 1906 MAY 1906 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa i 2 T4 T 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 O 9 G V; I5thV23rd j) 1st. Sth. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF TH WORLD. . Conrts and Crime' Accidents and Fires, Labor and Capital Grain, Stock and Money Market. Tragedy at Bourbon, Ind. William Bates, 65 years old, of Bourbon, Ind., was shot to death while his son, Frank Bates, is fatally injured as the re sult of an attack made on them by Charles Reddinger, a neighbor. Reddinger is now in jail under a strong guard to prevent a it reatened lynching from being carried oit. The shooting was the outcome of a fued which started last summer over a trivial dispute relative to a bill for thresh ing.' One of fhf wrwn nttrnetfvl hv th shooting was Bates' son. Keddinger turn ed on young Bates and shot him through the lungs. Pulijanes on the Warpath Again. ' Manila special: The...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 May 1906

0m 1 i i i i r t I J 1 1. 1 1 I 1! I i! j; f i It i i 'i 1 ' i - 4 V 1 s i! a - f ' n.H 1 for The Term oNfis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHATTER XVI. (Continued.) An hour after sunrise next morning the fraU boat, which was the last hope of these four human beings, drifted with the outgoing current toward the mo'ith of the harbor. When first launched she had come nigh swamping, being over loaded, and it waa found necessary to leave behind a great portion of the dried meat. They made tedious way with their rude oars; a light breeze from the northwest sprung up with the dawn, and, ' hoisting the goat-skin sail, they crept along the ciast. It was resolved that the two men should keep watch and watch; and Frere, for the second time, enforced his authority by giving the first watch to Rufus Dawes. "I am tired," he said. "and shall sleep for a little while." That night the wind fell and they had to take their oars. Rowiag all night, they made but liftle progress, and Rufus Dawes suggeste...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 May 1906

I ' hZI KIRSCHBAUM TLbe Grttmne. Only KepuMioan Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKÖVCÖMPÄNY PVSLIHKERS. OFFICE Bissell Building, corner Laporte and Center Streets. Entered at the Postofiice at Plymouth, In diana as second-class natter. Plymouth Ind., May 17, 1906. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State - FRED A. SIMS. re Auditor of State JOHN C. BILLHEIMER. Fee Treasurer of State OSCAR HADLEY. Fr A tt or ney -General JAMES BINGHAM. For Clerk of Supreme Court EDWARD FIT2PATRICK. For Superintendent of Publ? InstructloB F. A. COTTON. For State Geologist W. S. B LATCH LEY. For Etat Statistician J08EPH STUBBS. Fer Jodf of Supreme Court. First Dis trict JAMES H. JORDAN. For Jisflfc of Supreme Court. Fourth DLs . trlct LEANDER J. MONKS. Fcr Appellate Juflfe, First District (twe U Le elected) C. C HADLEY. WARD H. WATSON. Fe. Appellate Judge, Second District (tare to be- elected) DANIEL W. C0MST0CK. ' J. M. RABB. FRANK ROBY. THE COUNTY CONVENTION. Every Republican Will Be. Allowed a ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 May 1906

, - t hook at the Price! Davis strictly puro Load! $7.25, pet OR Buck Load (load and zinc) ) 100 lbs. The above leads have been soldn Ply n -outh for over 30 years. Trjey are the best. Dcvoy and Pioneer JVIhted Paints at $1.45 per gallon. , There are no batter mixed paints made. Every gallon guaranteed.- BUCK'S CASH : LOCAL NEWS Henry Nash, of near .Walkerton, was a Plymouth vistior Tucsdaj Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Cole are ing in St. Joseph county this ek. D. W. Jacoby is the new street commissioner selected by Mayor Lo gan. Ralph Leonard is attending the state meeting of funeral directors at Indianapolis. Ed. E. Rogers, the. painter and pa per hanger, transacted business in South Bend today. Farmers are very busy planting corn this week and the gTound is in excellent condition. W. S. Ramsey and wife of Bour bon, visited relatives and friends in Plymouth Tuesday. E. C. Martin visited relatives and transacted- business at Richland, Ful ton county, Tuesday.; - ' Mrs: Harry Miller has retur...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 May 1906

- , ivtlJ X : -'":k !':' v, f ' '-. n'i 1 ' i- i. - f ' - -1 ' a 4.4. P m 4.4. OLITICAL It HH-fr-HK- t l l-l -I l l i -l-frl . cvT-rT-i"! TT i i I The President' Alm. That part of President Roosevelt's "muck rake speech referring to the taxation of fortunes "swollen beyond all healthy limits.' has started a train of discussion and provoked a storm of criticism over" what Is termed "social istic doetrine." But after all the Presi dent is seeking the solution of a prob lem that we all know exists and that If permitted to go unsolved threatens to Involve the country in great diffi culties. We have endeavored to make ourselves believe that these gross In equalities would in time adjust them selves, but no one has ventured to ex plain the method by which the desired result is to be attained. There are some large fortunes hon estly won. The question as to how much a man may earn legitimately in a lifetime has not been answered, and cannot be definitely answered. Nor do we believe that the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 May 1906

KIDNF:YTROUBLES Increasing Among Women, Bat Sufferers Need Not Despair THE BEST ADVICE IS FREE Of all the diseases known, with which the female organism is afflicted, kidney disease is the most fatal, and statistics show that this disease is on the increase among women. JlirsEm m a Sawyer Unless early and correct treatment is applied the patient seldom survives when oner ths disease is fastened upon her. We telieve Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most- effi cient treatment for chronic Udney troubles of women, and is the only med icine especially prepared for this purpose. When a -R oman is troubled with pain or weight in loins, backache, frequent, painful or scalding urination, swelling of limbs or feet, swelling under the eyes, an uneasy, tired feeling in the region of the kidneys or notices a sediment in the urine, she should lose no, time in commencing treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, as it may be the means of saving her life. For proof, read wha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 May 1906

: LOCAL NEWS WANTED 300 light hogs, Schlosser Iros., Plymouth. 30t;J Miss Ruth Wilt came up from Uourbon Friday afternoon, to visit until Monday with rtlatives here. Miss Minnie llenney, who is em ployed at Valparaiso, visited in Ply mouth Thursday and Thursday night. Ed M. Wright of Bremen, was in Indianapolis to witness the laying of the corner stone of the K. P. temple. William Huff has purchased th. Weise business building in Bremen, the tallest brick building in that towf. David Hull of Argos, one of the oldest and staunehest Republicans of Marshall county, wafc a Plymouth visitor Friday. II. X. Slater, State dairy insp'ector, is spending a few days in Plymouth, making experimental tests at Schlos ser's creamery. South Bend Republicans will hold their county convention June 2, the same day of the big Republican con vention in Plymouth. Mrs. J. A. McFarlin, Mrs. Ira Garn and daughter, Katherine of . this city, and Mrs. J L. McFarlin of Chicago, spent Friday at Argos. M. Milton S...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 May 1906

cordrUOScj5tOL Re TUT LYM nrTLJT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1906. VOLUME V NO. 33 P QU V f i t s f A. V I 1 I, 1 i I i 3 ! , i 4 1 4 3 i-r H 1 4 8 i 41 4 J J i 1 1 i A SIGNAL VICTORY. Was That Gained by President Roosevelt in Rate Legislation Contest. It looks very much as if Presidert Roosevelt had outwitted the railroad senators and had won a most re markable victory over corporate in uence in the senate. The extent of the victory or the amount of good it will accomplish cannot be deter mined until a decision of the United States supreme court shall interpret the broadness of the court review amendment submitted by Senator Allison, the adoption of which was the turning point of the great fight. It may confidently be . expected, however, that the amendment was entirely satisfactory to the president and his advisers, and that its adop tion in no way will detrimentally affect the general workings of the law controlling rates. That President Roosevelt played a deep and succe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 May 1906

THE PLYMOUTHJRIBUN& PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. - . Publishers. 1906 MAY 1906 ßu Mo" Tu We Th Fr Sa "o ö i 2 rTT 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 H 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30. 31 o o OOP O O O O CL. Q.N. M.-TN F. Q.ÄF.M. 15th23rd. ) 1st. Te? 8th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND OOINGS OF THE WORLD.. Court and Crime Accidents and Fires, Lai bor and Capital, Grain, Stock and Money Mark eta. . XSx plosion Causes Earthquake Scare. Two terrific explosions which shook buildings throughout Racine, Wis., caused hundreds of persons to leap from, their beds, believing there had been an earth quake. Later it was ascertained that the shocks were caused by an explosion at the Rand & Laflin powder mllis, located in Pleasant Prärie, Kenosha county. Mes sages from that place state that the glase and press rooms and the Corning mill were blown to pieces, involving a loss of perhaps $23,000. Windows in houses throughout the village were broken and some damage do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 May 1906

for The Term of By MARCUS CHAPTER SVII. (Continued.) "By the bye, said Vickers, "I sup pose we shall have to get that fellow up for the trial. We hare to identify the villains." "Can't you and I do that?" asked Frere, uneasily. "I am afraid not. I wouldn't like to swear to a man after five years." We had better get up a few prisoners who were at the harbor at the time," said Vickers, I wouldn't let the villains slip through my fingers for anything." "And are the men at Port Arthur old men?" asked Meekin. . "Old convicts," returned Vickers. "It's our place for 'colorlal-sentence men. The worst we have are there. It has taken the place of Macquarie Harbor. What excitement there will be among them when the schooner goes down on Monday! Most of the prisoners are lifers, yon see, and a trip to Hobart Town is like a holiday to them." "And do t'jey never leave the. place when sentenced for life?" said Meekin. How distressingr "Never, except when they die, said Frere, with a laugh; "and the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 May 1906

LAUER' XLbc TEtlbune. Only Kepublioan Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS &COMPANY OFFICE Bissell Building, corner Laporte and Center Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, In diana as, second-class matter. Plymouth, InL, May 24, 1906. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. rr EecrvtAry of SUt fKE0 A. 8IM3. Fw Aodltor of Stata JOHN C. DILLHEIMIFL Vw Traaaarar of bata OSCAR HADLEY. fw Attoraey-Oaneral JAMES BINGHAM. For Clerk of Supreqat Court EDWARD FIT2PATRICK. For laparlottrudaat of Public Instruction F. A. COTTON. For Stat Geolotlst W. 8. B LATCH LEY For BUtt Statistician J08EPH 8TUBBS. For Jodfo of Supramo Court, Firat Dla txlct JAMES H. JORDAN. For JoCao t Supremo Court. Fourtb DU. txlct LEANDER J. MONKS. For JLspdllat Judge, Flrtt District (two to do olacted) C. C. HADLEY. WARD H. WATSON. For, ippollata Jndft, Stcond District (tkroo to bo olocted) DANIEL W. COMSTOCK. J. M. RABB. FRANK ROBY. No wonder the attempt to loot the San Francisco subtreasury failed. It was aii impulsive,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 May 1906

t BUG FINISH AND PARIS GREEN JLA BUCK'S. I LOCAL NEWS I -Mr. and Mrs.. Elmer Young spent Sunday in South Bend. There will be 21G graduates at Pur due University, June 'I. Mrs. iu H.. Dunham of Chicago, is-here for a visit of two weeks. Henry B. Allen was visiting pickle ' stations west of Plymouth Monday. W. M Augustine of South Bend, transacted business in Plymouth Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Taylor of South Bend, Vis:ted over Sunday in Plymouth. - . . . - . , - Mrs. Griffiths of South Bend, was the guest of her brother John Haines, a few days. Rev. J. W. DcLong of Donald son, is spending a few days at Elk hart this week. Rev. . I. S. Cleaver left for Lafay ette Monday morning to attend the G. A. R. encampment. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tasclier, of Mishwaka, are visiting their mother, Mrs. E. Tascher, in this city. W. Thomas of Elkharf, visited over Sunday with Oliver Soice. Harry Buck and other relatives here. Mrs. William Harness of Hamlet, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 May 1906

POLITICAL t lUt iiit i t i i ilSüi 1 111 1 Shaw and Independence. Iu Lis speech before the Missouri Re publican Leagie, Secretary Shaw paid his resiect to the Independents In poli tics, whom he described as Man Inco herent, undisciplined aggregation . of well-intentioned men following a pur poseless though ambitious leader who promises much Impossible of fulfill ment, and whose chief argument is an Indefinite protest against well recog nized and Inherent evils which have existed from the Infancy of the race, and which will continue to exist while men remain mortal." The Secretary of the Treasury de clared that one of the greatest evils of the time was "the trend toward the obliteration of party lines." He sketch ed briefly the history of the country to show that the various progressive steps have been made through party organization, and not by any set of men acting Independently of party.' While the Secretary's position has been criticised freely by the so-called non-partisan press...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 May 1906

. . la HuTfaker. I Owe Mv Life to Pe-ru-na,' . Says Mis. Huffaker. Mrs. Mittie Huffaker, TL R. No. 3. Colombia, Tenn., writes: 7 was afflicted with dyspepsia for several years and at last was confined to my bed, unable to sit up. "We tried several different doctors without relief. " had given up all hope ot any relief and was almost dead when my husband bought me a bottle of Pe runa. "At first I could not notice any bene fit, but after taking several bottles I was cured sound 'and well. 7 Is to Peruna I owe my life to day. "I cheerfully recommend It to all sufferers." j3u La- Douglas 3-3?&35?SHOESBg, V. L. Douglas $4.00 Gilt edge Line cannot oe equaneq at an price. ft ist: Capital 2.50c,Dod Yf. L, DOUGLAS MAKES A CELLS MORS MEM'S S3. BO SHOES THAN AMY OTHEtl tJAHUF A O TURER IN THE WOHLD, C1 fl finn REWÄRO to mvon who, can O I UjUUU disprove this tatement M I could take you into ray three large factories t Brockton, Mass., and snow you the infinite care with which everV pair of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 May 1906

xvmiig., v AJwiiw! , iw 11 iuwijj "u;,li. ni win(i lnaa of idd : ; LOCAL NEWS R. E. Whitlock is visiting at South Bend. Miss Walters is visiting at Michi gan City. We are promised rain tonight and tomorrow. Charles Glaub returned to Kokomo Monday evening. Excursion to Indianapolis over the L. E. & W. next Sunday. Sweet potata plants for sale. Win. Wagoner, southeast Plymouth. w2d3 John Flaharity and Mr. Casey of Fort Wayne, spent Sunday in Ply mouth. 4 Curtis Adomeit has accepted a po sition in a telegraph ofhce at Fort Wayne. H. 15. Whitlock came down from Bremen Saturday to visit his family until Wednesday. Unfavorable crop reports come from the southwest and the price of wheat is advancing. Mrs. S. L. Ritchie has gone to Mishawaka for a visit of a week with her sons in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hendricks of Logansport, arrived Tuesday noon for a visit in this city. Most farmers are done planting corn and corn is coming up nicely but rain is needed bdly. Mrs. Elnora Romig ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 May 1906

SfMOUT Office feb03 11 JisC VOLUME V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1906. NO. 34 LJT RUNE r i CONVENTION POSTPONED. No Republican Convention at Plymouth, Saturday June 2. F. E. Gam has recalled the del egate convention which he called for Saturday, June 9, and called a mass convention to meet at the court yard in Plymouth June 2, a half hour earlier than the con . vention called by the regular Re publican organization, and the call is entirely different from the regular Republican call. He says or perhaps Mr. Boys says for him, that the call is in the inter est of harmony, but taking the call on its face, everybody will see that it is the most flagrant at tempt to permanently disrupt the party ever made in this county or any other county. All that has been done m the past by this fac tion is as nothing compared with this call. Had Chairman Hen dricks called the regular Republi can convention to meet at the same time and place, June 9, after this faction had called theirs, such...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 May 1906

THE PLYMOUTHTRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. EEHDRICKS Q. CO., - Publishers. 1906 JUNE 1906 Su Ho Tu Wo Th Pr Sa o 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 10 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 O O Q O 3 13th jj 21st ) 29th. yg 6th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES Af-'D OOINGS OF THE WORLD. , Caarta and Crimea Accidents and Fires, Labor and Capital, Grain, Stock and Money Markets. Serious Earthquake in China. A special from Victoria, B.C.,says: The Chinese mail brings news of an earth GU&ke, causing a great loss of life and damage to property which occurred early In May at Uniankai in Mongolia, a chasm everal feet wide was caused by the earth quake. The walled city of Uniankai wa3 almost completely destroyed, the loss of life being very heavy. Shocks are also ported at Fokaen Province in China, the most disastrous being at Chuen, in Chou prefecture, where many buildings were (destroyed. Mail advices also report a serious defeat of Chinese and Japanese troops by Chinese b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 May 1906

for The Term ofjlis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER XIX. The mutineers of the Osprey had been long since given up as dead, sad the tory of theh desperate escape had be come indistinct to the general public znlnd. Now that they had been captured in a remarkable manner, popular belief invested them with all ort of strange urroundings. They had been accord ing to report Lings over savage island ers, chiefs of lawless and ferocious pi rates, respectable married men in Java, merchants in Singapore, and swindlers In, Hongkong. Their adventures had heen dramatized al a theater, and the popular novelist of that day was engag ed in a work descriptive of their won drous fortunes. John Rex, the ringleader, was related. It was said, to a noble family, ne had very prospect of being satisfactorily hanged, however, for even the most out spoken admirers of his skill and courage could not but admit that he had com mitted an offense which was death by the law. The already crowded prison was rec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 May 1906

LAUER' -v V Gbe tribune. ünly Kcpublioaa Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS&CÖMPANY OFFICE Bisseil Building, corner Laporte and Center Streets. Entered at the .Postoffice at Plymouth, In diana as second-cUsa matter. Plymouth, Ind., May 31, 1906. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Secretary of State FKED A. SIM3. Andttar of State JOHN C. BILLHEIMER. Pw Tiaasurer of Statt C8CAR HADLEY. fw Attamey-aaneral JAMES BINGHAM. For Clerk of Supreme Court EDWARD riTZPATRICK. Ir ltprlntndnt of Public. Instruction- F. A. COTTON. T9t Stat Geologist W. 8. Ö LATCH LEY. Far Stat f tatlatlclan JOSEPH 6TUBB3. Fsi Jniia of Supreme Court. Flrat Dis trict JAMB8 H. JORDAN. J ode of Saprem Court. Fourth DIs. LEANDER J. MONKS. DlIat Jadce. Flrat District (two xm bo aiectoa) ' C. C HADLEY. WARD H. VATSON. Ft Apylltt Jtdf t, Secoad District (thrto M b ejected) DANIEL W. COM STOCK. J. M. RAPD. FRANK RODY. RULE OR RUIN. Is The Policy of the Bolters. They Refuse to Compromise. The following letter and reply speak for t...

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