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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 22 August 1901

publ o A. o 11 iL 10 Recorders office VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22. 1901. Re il FIVE DAYS r Spent by Two "Men in a Tunnel Under Lake Erie .Mysterious Signals Reveal Presence ot Living Hen In me Tunnel at Scene or the Cleveland Crlt Disaster and a Thrilling Rescue Is Effected Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 20. After bein; confined in the tun nel under L&e Erie since Wed nesday morning, when fire de stroyed crib No. 2, two men were yesterday afternoon taken out alive. They are Adam Kest, 25 years old, of this city, and a man named Eugine, 43 years old, who resided at the crib, but has rela tives living in this city. They are now lying semi-conscious at the Huron street hospital.where, with careful nursing, the physi cians say, they will soon recover their former strength and prob ably be none the worse for their thrilling experience. Shut eff from the upper work., the men knew nothing of the ca tastrophe that killed so many of their comrades and imprisoned them. They k...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 22 August 1901

s. The Republican. WM. G. HENDRICKS, Vdltor and Proprietor. OFFICE In Bissel! Block. Corner Center and La port e 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, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., August 22, 1901. GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. The fifty-two weekly numbers of The Republican would make 3,328 pages of the ordinary book size, or twenty books such as sell at the stores for $1.50 each. Thirty dollars' worth of reading matter is furnished every year to our subscribers for $1.50. The 300 daily numbers of The Evening News would make 9,600 book pages, or 64 books worth $96 at $1.50 each, which our readers get for $5.20. The matter in these papers is more varied and covers more diverse in terests than can be found in any book. Every phase of human life and acti vity, every human impulse and emo tion, every passion, every vice and virtue, every form of expressio...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 22 August 1901

TAMMANY New York State Senator Says the Machine is Loyal Brilliant Irishman Talks also of 1ce In New Yorfc and Chicago and Says Retcrmers or the Parkhurst Stripe do not Reform Sags Ode! I Is an Astute Politician- Chicago. Aug., 17. State Senator Thomas C. O'Sullivan of Jsew York City, who addressed the Irish Nationalists at Oswald's grove Thursday, yesterday talk-, ed freely on national, state, and municipal politics. Senator O'Sullivan is prominent in Tam many hall circles and a member of the committee on resolutions. ÜVhen seen yesterday at the Aud itorium he said: New York City was the only locality of importance in the east to give Mr. Bryan a substantial majority. I do not hesitate to say that if the elimination of the silver policy from the democratic platform had been carried out at Kansas City the cily would have carried the state with it. By the elimination of the plank the state can be counted upon to go dem ocratic hereafter. I believe there is an inclination on the part ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 22 August 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Cdltor at IToprtetor. OFFICE ir. Bissell Block, Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office -i Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoflfice. Plymouth Ind., August 22, 1901. Chicago is short on corn kings, but the suffering among those w ith money to lose will not be intense so long as the bucket shops keep open regular hours. The Elkhart Evening Review has just passed its 29th birthday and throughout its entire life its present editor, A. P. Kent, has been with tiie paper in an editorial capacity. The Review has always occupied a very high position in Indiana journalism and has attained great influence. GETTING RICH QUICK. It is just as well, perhaps, for the young men of this country that the corn kings, no matter how honorable and amiable they may be, should not round out brief spectacular careers with large wealth as the ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 22 August 1901

OMITTED TAXABLES JOE GLASS CUT tr STOLE A WHEEL gmmmmninimnimmnimnHniHiHmmnimiiininimg List of Untaxed Personal Property Found in Plymouth. Vicious Attempt of a Crazed Man to Wiley Yazel, a Young Boy From Nap- SjT &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& ÄL1 Kill the Night Police.' panec, Gets Into Trouble. Ci a 0? o o 88c Per Barrel For Ten Days. BueK's Gash üarüware LEADER IN The Republican. WM, G. HENDRICKS, Editor Hd Proprietor. Advertisement to pre' THE REPUB LICAN must be in before Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., August 22, 1901. LOCAL NEWS "WANTED -Roy to do work at this office. Joseph Emenaker is visiting his parents here. Rice and squash are the best sub stitutes for potatoes from a dietetic standpoint. La Porte Fanning Mill for sale. Good as new, cheap. 3St3 George D. Marks. Ex-Postmaster Conger is on the sick list today, ana H is feared by the doctor that he ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 22 August 1901

I Angus Corbly's Captivity! 5 : 5 v A Story of Early Indian Life and Adventure in the Territory j? Northwest of the Ohio River. S ? BY A WRITER OF MARSHALL COUNTY. J CnAPTEH 9. OX THE ST. MARY'S. (Continuation) Tlier were conducted in pompous state to a large cabin of logs and seat ed themselves on the ground in sol emn silence, at the head of the room, where the trader sat, the other in vited guests being ranged on either side and the squaws lingering in pro cr humility at the outside of the loor. All being seated the host hand ed his pipe to the chief, who took a whiff and passed it along, no word be ing spoken while it made the circuit of the room and was returned to its starting point, then the trader arose and made a speech of welcome in the Indian style in which he called the Mohicans his children and praised their prowess as w arriors and hunters: to which Tullihas responded appro priately and declared that he was a loyal son to his distant father, the King of France, and wou...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 22 August 1901

The Republican. " WM. G. HENDRICKS, Edltr aid Proprietor. Advertisements to appear In THE REPUB LICAN musi te In before Tuesday noon to insure heir appearaire in the issue of that week. P mouth, Ind.. August 12. 1 901. LOCAL NEWS Miss Honore Parks went to Logan sport Saturday. FOR SALE:-Baby carriage in good condition. Enquire at this office. A Flaschentraeger went to South Bend Saturday to visit his daughter. Jas. K. Houghton, of Chicago, is spending a brief vacation with his family here. Mrs. W. R. Stuckey, of South Bend, who has been visiting here, returned home Friday. Mrs. S. J. Burgner and children, of Donaldson, visited relatives in this city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Parks went to Bourbon Friday morning to attend the reunion of the Parks family. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Listenbeiger, of Ft. Wayne, w'ao have bee? vfcitJng here, went to Hi obard Friday. Mrs. Geo. Frash, of Wakrusa, Ind., who has been visiting here and at Bourbon, returned home Friday. W. II. Taylor, of Rochester,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 22 August 1901

i TWO I WEEKS f ONLY ! 1 SUMMER Gleaf anee Sale iir. i ii? . r- we are nusiung lor as usual we are giving the 4 Here are some of the bargains: " Men's all solid double sole Work Shoes, worth $1.50, now $ 1.17 1 One lot of Men's Shoes worth 2.53, now 1.98 4 Men's $3.50 and $4 po Tan Shoes..... now, 2.48 Women's $3.00 and $3.50 Tan Shoes..... now 1.98 One lot Ladies' Patent Leather Oxford, regular price $2.50, now I 89 There's a decided pleasure in store for both of us J as the result of our offering this week. Don't forget to see our School Shoes for Boys and Girls; they are ready now for your inspection. Iht largest line we have ever carried and at the Lowest Prices. H. A. SHAMBAUtiH, CORRESPONDENCE. MAIEXKl'CKEB ITEMS. P. J. Garn is recovering from a se vere illness. The Lake Mill is placing a new feed jrrinder in position. O. A. Lambert has disposed of his -drav line to Stavton & Landis. Judge Baker, of Terre Haute, was a guest of Col. L. B. Martin over Sun day. Mrs. Bert Bibl...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 29 August 1901

TJ R vmo cpuoi Recorders office 17feb01 VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1901. NO. 41 SHREWD POSTAL CLERK MYSTIFIES DETECTIVES Indianapolis Railway Mail ftoent Captured ftUer Three Years Unconfirmed Suspicion o! His Guilt. Indianapolis, Aug. G. One of the most remarkable letter stealing records made since the establishment of the railway mail service is credited to Frank M. Smallwood of this city, who for three years baffled detection and so won the confidence of the government officers that they actually apologized to him on one occasion for having suspected him, and afterward counseled -with him as to the best means for catching the thief. At times it seemed as if the thief was actuated only by an in ordinate curiosity, for there were weeks at a time when letters ad dressed to women only and written by women only were tampered with or actually stolen. Then again packages containing jewelry, dry goods and other articles would be rifled or open ed and inspected and...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 29 August 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor Mid Proprietor. OFFICE in BisselJ Block. Corner Center anJ Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six iMonths 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., August 29, 1901. All the Democratic papers are abusing- President McKinley because he allowed the lands in the Kiowa-Co-inanche strip disposed of by lot. "When the land of Canaan was given to the Israelites God gave Mtrses the follow ing command: "According to the lot shall the possession therefore be divid ed among the manv and the few." The Almighty considered this mode of distributing land the best and it seems that it ought to satisfy a Dem ocratic editor. These words from Archbishop Ire land have the true ring of the Ameri can patriot: "They who cease to work must in no way interfere with the liberty of others who wish, to work. The personal freedom of the individual...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 29 August 1901

UM furh- rki l i.A.-, vj. HOT TIMES IN IOWA'S DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION Kansas Gitu Declaration Stands in Everu Particular but Democrat ic Utterances Relatino to War ot the Rebellion Ruled Out bu Close Vote. For Governor T.J.fUlLUfS For Lieutenant Governor.. G.E. FERGUSON For Supreme Judge. . JOHN SHÜRTLE1 ForSupt. Instruction W For Hallway Commissioner.... P. JOHNSON ..A.C. BRICE Des Moines, la., Aug. 22. The silver wing of the democrat ic party captured the state con vention, which yesterday nomi nated "a full ticket and secured the adoption of resolutions reaf firming the Kansas City platform, but only after a protracted fight in which the heated scenes of all past contests within the party were far eclipsed. The test of strength came on the adoption of the resolutions committee, the silver men secur ing the substitution of the minor ty report by a vote of 658 3-5 to 558 2-5. The contest in the com mittee on resolutions was exceed ed in warmth and noisy demon strations by the f...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 29 August 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDBICKsi Editor aid Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissen Block. Corner Center an4 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, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., August 29, 1901. It is high time for the Muncie u , . l , i : : . ,. i . l suspended i nd the duty of closing it devolves upon the republicans of the state. Sufficient facts have come to light to show that it is based solely upon the commercialization of politi cal influence, that it te.iches the pro- pull, and it has no honest right to exist. Starting with the lowest township and city offices in Delaware county, its roots have reached the "White House and its visible branches have extended even to the islands be yond seas. The party ought not and cannot sustain the burden of infamy that has been placed upon it by its Muncie leaders and their coadjutors elsewhere. RAILROAD ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 29 August 1901

PROF. HAHNS CONCERT. 09 09 09 F e nee Wire Best QualityAll Sizes. BARB STANDARD AND LIGHT WEIGHT at Prices that are The Lowest. Bu6K's 6asn Hardware LEADER IN LOW PRICES. to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to The Republican. W3I. G. HENDRICKS, Editor aad Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUB LICAN must be in before Tuesday noon to Insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, lnd.9 August 29 . 1901. LOCAL NEWS i Mr. and Mrs. Bert Marble Sunday in Plymouth. B. F. Shively is ver; sick at his home in South Bend. Cal O'Blenis, or Argos, was Plymouth Mondav on business. Earl Herrington went to visit for Bend vesterdav to davs. Miss Anna Combs, a former school teacher of Plymouth, is the guest of Mrs. Wm. O 'Keefe. James Oliver has donated to the citv of South Bend a beautiful and f- Michigan City has ordered the con struction of several miles of cement walks. Miss Bertha Calip, of Tiosa, return ed hoii ejTuesday after visi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 29 August 1901

Angus Corbly's Captivity 9 A Story of Early Indian Life and Adventure in the Territory C 2 Northwest of the Ohio River. r 5 2 5 BY A WRITER OF MARSHALL COUNTY. J CHAPTER 10. FALL OF DETROIT. (Continuation) The emotions that filled the breast of Angu? Corbly as he beheld these scenes may be imagined. For the first time in years he saw the flag and soldiers of his country and his longing to escape from bondage burned with in him more intensely than ever. His mind was wholly given over to de signs for an early -flight as he return ed to the drudgery and abuse of the camp after witnessing the delivery of the town and he soon learned that he would have to act promptly if at all, for his masters began their prepara tions to return to the Tippecanoe for the winter's hunting. Ansrus went about his slavish work as usual and endured the persecution of the hideous old squaws without in dicating the subject of his thoughts, but he was carefully noting the dis position of the camp for the night ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 29 August 1901

The Republican. WM. G. HENDRICKS, Editor rid Proprietor. AJvertisints to appear in THE REPUB LICAN must be in befor TuesJay noon to Insure heir appearance in the issue of that weekl" Plymouth, Ind., August 29, 190i. LOCAL NEWS Idona Cord ill went to South Bend Saturday. Mrs. E. L. Shakes returned from a visit to Monterey Saturday. Mrs. Lucy Bondui-ant, of South Bend, is a guest at the home of F. E. Gam. Miss !Nancy Barts, of near Bremen, went to Fairmont to visit for several davs. Miss Ruth Thomson returned Srt urday from a trip up the St. Law rence. 'Billy" Casad is treasurer of the "Si Plunkard" company that will play here this season. The horticultural institute at South Bend closed Friday, having been entirely successful. Mrs. W. Rosebaum, of South Bend, who has been with her parents near Argos, returned home Friuay. Mrs. Joseph Scott, of Kokomo who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Otto Wilson, returned home Friday. Miss Leonore Deeds, of Plymouth, is the guest of her relatives, ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 29 August 1901

THIS fgy AND' BARGAIN TABLES: No. 1 Women's Shoos 98C No. 2 Women's and Misses' Shoes 69C No. 3 Men's Shoes..... ..$1.39 No. 4 Men's and Boys' Shoes 98c Come while they last. fl. Ä- ShamtaMh, Ba, AEGOS NEWS Hand concert tomorrow night. TIazcl Rannells is seriously ill with bright 's disease. The Sclioonovcr store is receiving a new coat of paint. Wm. Sarber went to Chicago on business this week. Wm. Cannon returned to South Bend this morning. Med Biewer has disposed of his milk wag;on to Lewis ITess. Mrs. Joseph Bryan, who has been seriously ill, is improving. James Cannani and wife attended the reunion at Plymouth today. ElmeT Connor is visiting friends at Indianapolis for a few days. Emery Gray is now proprietor of the South end butcher shop. II. Iseral made a business trip to Chicago the first of the week. The Hoop factory is being torn down and will be moved to, Kokomo. A new cement walk is being put down in front of L. J. Hughe 's barber shop Lincoln Seeore, of Kendallville, is...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 5 September 1901

H nf vmo oJ Oil (uLJI ilo Uccov iiet VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1901. NO. 42 f THE STRENUOUS LIFE TEDDY PREACHER TWO PRACTICAL SERMONS. Be Ye Doers of the Word and not Hearers Ortlu"-"Ler Your Light So I Shine Before Tien That They ri-jg See Your Good Works." Chicago, Sept. 2 Vice Presi- dent Theodore Roosevelt put in a busy day in Chicago yester- day. Everywhere he went, al though his movements were un heralded, he received an ovation. 5e was recognized as he drove through the streets, and at every v corner where two or three were to do work under discourage gathered together he was c om- ments. If under a strain you lay pelled to acknowledge a salute, down you are weak, but if you In the morning, after an early push on you will come out ahead breakfast, he went to the Trini- in life. But remember, in all ty Reformed church m Marsh- this we have got to do our duty field avenue, where he delivered to our neighbor as well as to our- a sermon, in which he arg...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 5 September 1901

The Republican. ffM.O. HENDRICKS, tdHor mm Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissell Block, Comer Center nj Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth, Indiana, Post Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months -5 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered t any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., September 5, 1901. Which shall be the recognized offic ial organ of the Marshall county de mocracy, the Democrat or the Inde pendent? The tight is now on in earn est, big guns have been fired on both sides and more will follow, and the faithful will be in turn appealed to, cajoled and threatened by both con testants. If the Democrat has so comported itself as to merit the esteem and confidence of the party it has so long represented, the wabbling, mis named and unreliable sheet that is snapping at its heels will make little headway. Öne who has followed the editorial course of the Independent through its lightning changes of the past few years will be at a loss to know just whe...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 5 September 1901

KINDNESS REQUITTED RGUINAIDO'S WIFE REPAYS AT TENTION SHOWN HER BY JMERlGfN OFFICERS Plans ror a riliplno Uprising In Manila Were Revealed by Her nnd mc Ghj Saved rrom What AMght Have Deen a Terrible Massacre of Whites. Denver, Colo., Aug. 30 Ma nila would have b-en captured and burned and the inhabitants massacred if it had not been for Vtobravprr of one woman the .iv ' vrife of Aguinaldo. There was a well planned scheme a year ago ast May for a general uprising of the natives in Manila. The plan was to set fires in various parts of the suburbs, a series of fires which would divert the at tention of the gards, and, while tey were busy extinguishing these fires in outlying sections the insurrectos were to storm the city. Orders had been givn for a wholosale massacre of men, women and children. All this was prevented by the loyalty and devotion of Mrs. Aguinaldo, who at the risk of her life betrayed the plans to the officers in the city. Mrs. Aguinaldo had some time previously been t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 5 September 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Cdltor mm A froprletor. OFFICE in Bissll Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street, Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana. Post Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.5; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months o cents, de livered at any postofiice. Plymouth Ind., September 5, 1901. An Austin (Texas) paper a few days asro mihlisbed the .'ollowinsr item of news: The representatives of the oil syn dicates Of which former Governor S. Hogg: and former United States Senator Charles A. Towne are at the head arrived here today to oppose the measure now before the legislature which provides for a tax of 2 per cent on the pross receipts of the oil produc ers of Texas. The Standard Oil Com pany has also sent a lobby here to de feat the bilL Are these the men who but a few short monthr ago were raising their voices to high heaven about taxes and trusts and the Standard OilComyany? AVhat is to become of the dear people since Hogg and Towne have g...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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