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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 18 July 1901

Ply Rep i M 11 r. o out Ueccmlers VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 10,. 1901. XO. 35 JL JL W WWL JL MORGAN WORRIED Officials of the Affected Combine Belittle the Efforts of Workmen in the Strike. New York, July 17. J. Pierpont Morgan is said to be badly worried over the steel strikeMorgan is a good fighter, and ordinary setbacks bother him but little. .It is said that his firm, J. P. Morgan & Co., owns in round figures SOC,000 shares of the common and preferred stocks in the steel trust, and through its patrons is carrying fully that much more. The decline of about 12 points in the last ten days on'these holdings represent in the shrinkage of values a tremendous sum. Morgan would not say a word about the strike, and all his partners have been cautioned to keep silent on the subject. Similar orders were probably issued to other officers of the steel trust, as none of them would say a word yesterday, Charles M. Schwab, president of the trust, held a long confer...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 18 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. H END RICK Vdlior aid l'ruprlelor. OFFICE In Bissell Block, Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth, Indiana. Post Office as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance ?mo; Six Months 75 cents; Three Mov.ths 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice. e mouth Ind., July 18 1901, NO TARIFF TINKERING. A jrreat manv democrats are ciam orinor for a reopening of the tariff! question and a few republicans are joining in the agitation. It is easy to see why democrats should attempt to revive tariiT reform, since they have no other issue with which to go before the people, but it is not easy to discern any good reason why republicans should 'aid them on their design. Nothing sits so like a nightmare in business and industry, nothing so stifles new enterprises and paralyzes old ones, r.s a tariff agitation. The bitter experience from 1SS4 to 1S9G ought not to be forgotten so soon. Business men and manufacturers do not want to repeat that dose p...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 18 July 1901

RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE AT EVANSTON Dowieites Drenched by Fire Department and Clubbed by Police Before They Yield to Superior Force and March Dismall) to the Dungeon Under Guard. Chicago. July 11. One huudred Dowieites, escorted by a hundred of the staunchest of the Zicn guards, were again attacked by the crowd of 4.000 people in Fountain square at Evanston. The Zionites were charged by the pdice and lire departments, and were marched to the Evanston police station, where they were kept in the courtroom for an hour and a half. During the fight between the Zionites and the police and fire departments many of the Dowie disciples were injured. Fifteen of the elders were arrested and locked up for an hour. The Dowieities went to Evanston in a special train of three coaches. Stopping at Dempster street, they formed into four lines, the elders and women in the center and the guards lined on both sides of the column. The procession marched north in Sherman avenue to Davis street, where Polic...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 18 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDIUCKS, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissell Block, Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered at the t'rynouth, Indiana, Past Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.5; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 43 cents, delivered at any postoffice. . Plymouth Ind.. July 18 1901 The Plymouth Republican, the oldest newspaper in that city, has been enlarged and appears in a complete new dres and in better style than ever. It is one of Indiana's liest weeklies and serves the community -in which it is published in a satisfactory manner. South llend Tribune. FIFTY YEAKS OLD. The enlargement and improvement of The Eetublicax in its last issue is in a way a celebration of the paper's semi-centennial birthday anniversary. If we had known the exact date wj w ould have arranged for a special is sue and the tornmemoratian would J have been worthy of the vent. It was some time in the summer of lS'il, and probably in July, that the first printing...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 18 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENimiCKS, Editor and rroprllor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUBLICAN must be in before Tuesliy rtoon to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind.. July 18, 190t.LOCAL NEWS Mis. Nancy Brown is Mi the ick lit. Miss Lola Everly has Wen vWthiir relatives in "Warsaw. Mi.s Tcarl Day, of South Tend, is visiting Ies.sie Haag. Jonathan Brown has returned from a viit at Columbia City. Forest rontious of Chicago spent Sunday with friends in this city. Miss Maude Hampton, of Rf:lieter was a Sunday visitor in Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. "WW. Taseher, of MWiawaka are visitin? in this city this week. Conductor "Will Smith of the Lake Erie is rusticating at Bass Lake for a few days. Miss Louise Wolford is in South Bend visiting her sister I laddie, who is at St. Mary's. John C. Jilson came over from Chicago Saturday evening to spend Sunday with his wife. Major Iauk, the Pennsylvania am dnctor, is very sick and is unable to perform his duties. MissEdna...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 18 July 1901

$ Angus Corbly 's Captivity c C A Storv nf Earlv Indian Life Northwest of tho Ohio River. ? 9 ? . C BY A WRITER OF MARSHALL COUNTY. Chapter v. BRADDOCK'S DEFEAT. (Cout.uuatlon) All these things inflamed the imagination of our brawny Scot, now as big, strong, well-grown lad just entering Iiis teens, and he set up an insistent entreaty to be allowed to go with the rest, not doubting the campaign would be victorious and of brief duration. Sammy John was sorely put to it to meet all the arguments advanced by the lad, especially as he was so eager to go himself and entertained the same opinion as to the outcome of thi adventure, and one day he fairly gave in under the pressure and declared that both should go and witness the rout of the frog-eaters. O, that was a joyful day for Angus, be sure! He had long been deplor ng his sad case in not hearing from home and he had been disappointed because the approaching war had delated his protector in the annual visit to Philadelphia, where the la...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 18 July 1901

The Republican. TVM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor aid Proprlftor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUBLICAN must be in before Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, lnd. July' 18, 1901. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. J. E. Houghton is home after taking treatment at Lanvill. Mrs. PriscillaSe well left Thursday for a visit at Homer and Mattoon, 111.H. G.Davis, engineer at the Novelty, is the proud father of a new daughter. Miss Mabel Gk1, of Knox, is the liest of Miss. Grace Estes for a few days. Corn has reached .") cents in Chicago without the assistance of Phillips or any other man. Miss Willow Boulton,of Englcwood, is visiting her uncle, Senator Parks, for a few days. Frank Nicolai resumes business at his old stand in the Corbin block barber shop Monday. J. It. Losey is getting stme tine illustrated advertising matter for his newly patented hitchpost. James Confer returned to the naval academy, at Annapolis, after spendin' his leave of absence here. A. T. Wallace ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 18 July 1901

Utk nppstit Suggests groceries Which Suggests JACOX Phon 60 Don't Contract for four Binder Timne Until You Have Gotten Prices From BUCK. ALL, FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for their Fine Fat Stock AT TURNER'S, PLYUOUTH. Uro Irin nio.iutii sum in. SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEN A Full Line Of Frames For Crayon "Work And Do The Work Mvsclf. PICNIC GOODS of all Kinds' Now on Tap at The Whan Grocery. nerlval of Enrrlnp:. Since Cleopatra's time and her magnificent" lVflrl earring, which played such a prominent part in her life, or, rather, death, this particular piece of feminine jewelry has conic In ami pone out regularly with the tide of popularity. Just now earrings are considered quite the correct thin, though for 10 or 13 years they have scarcely been worn at all. The "groMTi ups" of that period are probably prepared to welcome thera as old friends. To the others it will be a new experience and means having the cars pierced Jewelers have been predicting for the last two years the r...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 25 July 1901

Ply 10 111 IL VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1901. NO- 3G .1 Ji SUNDAY ALL PRIOR RECORDS WERE EXCEEDED The Great American Corn Belt Sweltering Under a Spel! of Unprecedented Hot and Dry Weather Causing a Great Loss. Some Sample Records. Keiihsburjr. Ill 112 Treeport, 111 110 Virginia', 111 110 Burlington. Ia 110 Slinonk, 111 109 Mattoon, 111 103 Galesburg. Ill 109 Chariton, Ia 107 Keokuk," Ia 107 TerreIIaute,rd 107 Decatur, 111 106 Dubuque, Ia 106 MishawakaI'dlOG Sioux Citv, Ia 10 St. Louis; Mo 106 Springtield,Ill 106 Omaha, 2eb 105 Kansas City 104 Lacrosse, Wis 10-t Madison, Wis 104 Plymouth, Ind 103 Cairo, 111 100 Frankfort, Ky 100 Indianapolis," 100 Chicago, July 22. Temperature anywhere under 100 degrees was considered bearable in the heat belt yesterday, and po'sta likeChicago, where the intensity was tempered by breezes, were especially blessed. Throughout the west come reports of prayer-meetings held for the especial purpose of praying for rain and a cooler ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 25 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, editor and Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center anJ Laporte Street. 3nte.-4 at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.5; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice. ' Plymouth Ind., July 25 1S01 The Plymouth Republican has been enlarged from a six to a seven column quarto, has purchased an entire new outfit of type, headings, etc., and is now and always has been just about the best all-around weekly in 2sortli ern Indiana. Kewanna Herald. a Plvmonth Reoublican has just had its golden anniversary eel ebration, which was marked by sever al notable improvements in that ex cellent sheet. It is claimed to be the r.irit rcinpr in Marshall county, its X A w ' progenitor being the Plymouth pilot. South Bend Tribune. The Weekly Plymouth Republican came to us last week enlarged one column to the page and all dressed up in bran splinter new type. The Republican ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 25 July 1901

THRILLING ADVENTURE . OF A GIRL ON Mt. HOOD She Become Unconscious on the Summit and was Saved by Tobogganing Down the Slope in the Arms of a Man Strapped o a Plank. Tacoma, Wash.. Julv 18. Unconscious, borne over crevasses and glaciers in the arms of companions, and finally, when hope was almost gone, saved by the daring invention and heroic feat of one man who turned himself into a human toboggan, Miss Bethel Rawson of Demoss, Ore., arrived below the snow line on Mount Hood after a descent unparalleled in the history of mountain climbing. Miss Rawson was one of a party of twenty-five who started to make the ascent of Mount Hood in the morning. The climb to the crater is a desperate one. At noon, when the party had reached a point three hundred yards below the crater rock, a blizzard swept over the peak. Exhausted by the climb and overcome by the intense cold Miss Rawson became unconscious. The sleet and rain were so thick the climbers could not see the length of" their guide line....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 25 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENOKJCK8, Miff m lfrlf r. OFFICE in Bissell Block, Corner Center and Laporte Street. Hnterea at the Plymouth, Ini'ana, Post Office as Seconi-Class Malter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; - Six Months ?s cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice, Plymouth Ind., July 25 1901 The Ohio democratic convention drew four feet of editorial "holler' from the Plymouth Democrat. Think of it! Forty-eight straight inches of "ouch" in one issue! 'o other paper in the state has taken it sosiiard. NO OCCASION FOR UNEASINESS. The New York Weekly Financial ."Review says: '"In the general situa tion there is no occasion for uneasi ness; on the contrary there is much basis for confidence. General business is fairly active," in sound condi tion, and the prospects are for a good fall and winter trade. About the only case of overdoing has been in Wall street. Extraordinary and somewhat confusing conditions had carried prices to an excessively high level, an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 25 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, EJltor aid Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUBLICAN must be in before Tuesday noon to insure, heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, lnd. July 25, 190',. LOCAL NEWS J. X. Wilson's family is camping at Tretty Luke. Ralph Carroll is visiting II. E. Buck and family. Maurice McKenzie is visiting at Indianapolis this week. Miss Van Lieu, of Lakeville, is visiting Mrs. B. M. Seybold. Dewtird Fouts, of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiiing Howard Vanscoick. James Marshall spent Sunday here with his brother, the ex-sheriff. Mrs. Daniel Hahn and Mrs. Alice Toland, of Bourbon, are visiting Mrs. Peter Disher. Mrs. D. Frank Redd, with Helen and Russell, are visiting her parents at Climax, Mich. Fred Mann, of Chicago, a former "West township resident, was in Plymouth over Sundav. O. S. Gaskell and wife, of Burke t, Ind., visited over Sunday with O. F. Ketcham and family. George Hulve rson of Chicago is visit inghis grandmother, Mrs. II. Hulver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 25 July 1901

9 c c ? c Angus Corbly's Captivity A Story of Early Indian Life Northwest of 9 9 BY A WRITER J3F MARSHALL COUNTY., ClIAITEU 0. CAPTURED RY THE INDIANS. (Contisiuatlou) Elenip hastened to the camp of his own family or clan and related whaj he had seen. All of them knew the boy personally or by good report and it was at once agreed that his life should be spared. By the custom of Indians any one of them had the right to claim a captive as a slave or to adopt him as a member of the family, so Elenip, with his clan behind him, hurried back to the scene of festivity where they sought out the captor and master of the prisoner and set up their claim, though not without an offer of compensation. A horn of powder was the price agreed upon and delivered and Elenip again entered the circle of dancers, this time with a firm tread and stately air, wherein a loud voice he proclaimed the captive as his young brother and announced an intention to take him home and make a great hunter and warrior of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 25 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, JCdltor ad Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUBLICAN nust be In before Tuesday noon to Insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. July 25. 1901. LOCAL NEWS M. K. Myers is at Toledo last week on busiuess. Miss Mav Swindell returned to Kalamazoo, Mich. Friday. The Argos band concert is changed from Tuesday to Thursday night. Lord Morris, of Plymouth, was a Bourbon visitor a few days this week. Mrs. Harry Armstrong and daughter, Helen, went to Rochester Friday. The state militia went into camp near InJ.'anapolis Saturday for a week. A. K. AVallin, the well-driver, returned from Chicago Wednesday evening. Miss Ethel Jeffries has gone to Huntingdon, Ind., to spend her summe. vacation, Prof. Baldwin, who has been visiting here, has returned to his hörne in !New London, Ind. The Bourbon telegraph liar has been having full swing lately in the Chicago Gironicle. Miss Blanche IMsher went to 'iagara,N. Y.Friday for an extend...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 25 July 1901

An Appetit Suggests t (groceries Suggests 1ÄC0X . Phon 60 Don't Contract for four Binder Tuiine Until You Have Gatten Prices From BUCK. ALL FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for their Fine Fat Stock AT TURNER'S, PLYMOUTH. CORRESPONDENCE Uro rffl i l IIÜÜ.IUUIH. SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEN A Full Line Of Frames For Crayon Work And Do The Work Myself. PICNIC GOODS of all Kinds Now on ftp at The When Grocery. Don't Walk Around when you can buy a Good Bicycle for little money at Firestone's Harness Shop. UNKYILLE ITEMS. , Mrs. Moore, of Bremen, visited last Sunday with her parents, Mr.. and Mrs. David Wright. Several from here attended the quarterly meeting at Lapaz last Saturday and Sunday. Edward Annis and wife, of South r.end, spent a few days last week visiting with relatives here. Farmers are having considerable trouble getting hands to take care of their grain in this vicinity. Miss Maitlahd Montgomery, of Edmore, Mich., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Badabaugh, at this place. T...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 1 August 1901

1 9 mouth none VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. 1901. NO- 37 Plyi Rep hi ' LOTTERY Drawing for Lands and Homes in Oklahoma One Thousand Glaims Awarded Yesterdau in the Kiowa-Gom-. anche Indian Gountru. El Reno, Ok., July SO Oklahoma's great land lottery began hero yesterday, and when the commissioners appointed by the Federal government adjourned the drawing for the day 1,000 of the choicest of the 13,000 160 acre claims in the Kiowa-Comanche country had been awarded. Thd first name drawn from the wheels was that of Stephen A. Holcomb of Paul's Valley, I. T. for a homestead in the El Reno district, and the second Leonard Lamb of Augusta, Ok. These men select the two choicest claims in this district. The capital prizewinners, however, proved to be James R. Woods, of Weatherford, Ok., whose name was the first to come from the Lawton district wheel, and Miss Mattie H. Beal, of "Wichita, Kan., who drew the second number in that district. They will have the privilege of ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 1 August 1901

The Republican. TTM. O. HEXDBICKS, Editor ad Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Cornr Center and Laporte Street. ' ' Entered a the Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office us Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year fn Advance $1.50; Six .Months 73 cents; Three Months 40 cents, deli vereJ at any postofiice. Plymouth Ind., August 1, 1901. ' The Plymouth Republican, said to "be the oldest paper in Marshall county, celebrated its golden anniversary a few days ago. Several improvements were noticed as a reminder of the event. Warsaw Union. Trade at home and always speak well of your town. That is the way to boom. Hon. Samuel Parker, of Plymouth, is to succeed the late Judge X. O. Boss as solicitor for the Panhandle railroad in Indiana. It has been the understanding for sometime that Senator Parker was to succeed Judge Ross in this capacity. "When the appointment is formally made it will probably become necessarv for Senator Parker to move to Logansport. He is admirably fitted for this import...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 1 August 1901

INSANITY INQUESTS INCREASE ATTORNEY GENERAL FILES SENSATIONAL REPORT. Liberty Cheapened by Wanton Recklessness of Incompetent Public Servants. Indianapolis, Ind., July 2". Attorney-General Taylor yesterday filed with the governor a sensational report on the insanity question, in which he urges that j the. state board of charities at once examine the insane hospitals , of Indiana to ascertain how many sane persons are being wrongfully detained in them on account of the lax insanity laws. He also sent to tho board of health and charities the result of the investigation of his chief deputy, Mr. Hadley, into Indianapolis insanity inquests which W3 submitted to him by Mr. Hadley yesterday afternoon. Following is the attorney-general's report to the city board: "I send you herewith a report of the insanity investigation rrade by my deputy, Mr. Cassius C. Hadley. From this report it appears that insanity inquests have very rapidly increased in number within the last few years in this 'city...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 1 August 1901

The Republican.. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor mm A Proprietor. OFFICE in Biss.;II Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 Cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., August 1, 1901. The Republican is "he oldest newspaper in Plymouth, it was recently enlarged and attired in a new dress, and is thus enabled to appear in style oecoming us age ana dignity, it is one of Northern Indiana's best week lies. Laporte Herald. The excellent Laporte Herald,which dates back to 1838, celebrated a birth day Tuesday by issuing an illustrated description of its very complete printing plant. It says that its constant endeavor is to please the public, and in this it has surely succeeded admir ablv. There are three propositions upon wnicn ine limes would nice to see a test of public sentiment at the con gressional election of next year These are: Regulat...

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