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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 May 1902

BUNE borders office UfelOl WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 8. 1902. NO. 31 MINERS MAY STRIKE A BLOODY BATTLE THE FLAG TO WAVE NEW STARS IN THE FLAG. FAILURE OF BROKERS GIRT FOR ADMIRAL SCHLEY SAMPSON IS DEAD v i 'i .I ? 3 (1 In Case of a Tie-up 52.000 Operatives Will Be Affected. AS MR. HANNA SEES IT Situation b Very Delicate, but He Hopes Adjudication. Philadelphia, May 5 District President T, D. Nichos. of United mine workers, returned Saturday night from the New York conferences -with the coal operators. Like all others who attended the conference, he was not inclined to talk at any considerable length on what was done. On only two things would he permit himself to be quoted. Gns was that the heads of the coal companies accorded the miners' representatives a full and patient hearing, and the other that nothing was accomplished save that they were told that they could come again at any time and be heard, without any stipulations being made as to the capac...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 May 1902

I 1 i , -.1 V, . I j Zbe TLxibimt. EitablUhed October 10, POI. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telephone No. 127. OFFICE In Bisse.ll Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. 10TEBTISINO BATES will be mads known on application. Entered the Postoffice at .uiy mouth. Iod.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 15 cents;Three Months 40 cents.de llvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., May 8. 1902. By annexation Cuba can secure free commerce with the United States, its best market, both for exports and imports. The door of prosperity and stability stands open, an:! Cuba will enter before manv years. According to reports the peace movement among the fighting Boers is proceeding satisfactorily. The war is still technically and actually under way, but the chances for its cessation in the next few weeks seem to be favorable. This is a prospect at which the world rejoices. Tfce postmaster general has appointed a committee to consider the questi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 May 1902

CRUSHED TO DEATH Wild Stampede of a Thousand Employes Follow the Cry of Fire. EIGHT WOMEN KILLED Victims Crushed to DccUU m Stairway, and x1any Others Seriously InjuredPhiladelphia, May 1 In the short space of half an hour today eight girls and young -women met a horrible death, three others were fatally injured, and between forty and fifty others were seriously injured. This terrible list of deaths and injuries was due to a senseless panic that took place m the cigar factory of Harburger Homan & Co., a branch of the American Tobacco company, whose big factory building, covering an entire block of ground, is located at Tenth street and "Washington avenue. An elevator accident i:i which a deaf and dumb boy, Isidor Baccus, was injured, caused some one to give the alarm of fire and then a wild stampede set in among the thousand or more employes in the building. The building in which the disaster occurred is a five-story brick structure. Twelve hundred persons were at work a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 May 1902

Zbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnoue No. 21 OFFICE In Bisse!! Block. Corner Center ani Laporte Street. 1DVESTI3ING BATES will be made known on application. Entered the Tüstoffic at Flywouth. Ind.. a9 ecot-3 ei matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance fi.50; Six Months 75 certs;tThree Months 40 cents.dellverei at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., May 8, 1902. Mr. liryan continues to make it plain that be is as ready to vote for a goldbug- in 1904 as the goldburs were to vote for him in 1S96 and 1900. Thirteen thousand . immigrants from Europe arrived in New York last Fridav aud Saturdav. This breaks all previous two-days records in the history of the immigration business. Congressman Crumpacker believes that the anti-suffrage cure practiced on the negroes of the south needs investigation as much as the Filipino water cure. Crumpacker 's head is level. Poisoned spears and hidden pits filled with poisoned lance were one of the dif...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 May 1902

iiininnmiiinHiHiinnininitntininmimiiiitiniiiiiHiHig I For Gasoline Stoves YOU SHOULD BUY j The Original I New Process J CALL AND SEE THEM 2 I Buck's Cash Hardware jEE Leader In Low Prices. r3 kPaiaiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiuaiiiiaiuniiiiiiu TEbe TEribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., May 8, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TOE TKIBCNE meat be in before Tuesday noon to insure tnelr appearance in the issue of tba week. Local news Sidney Becker, of ob!esville, was home over Sunday. Edwin Mayer, of Chicago, spent Sunday in this city. A fine mare for sale or exchange. Call on Dr. Aspinall. wtl Mrs. Kellison went to Bremen Monday to visit several days. Charles P. Drummond, ot South Bend, spent Sunday in this city. Mrs. Israel Rothenberger and familv visited over Sunday in this city. . Samuel Fravert, of Sappanee, spent Sunda; with his mother in this city. Wm. II. Myers is building a handsome residence on his farm near Rutland. Mrs, Earnest Pome...

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

PRESIDENT IS FIRM Trust Threats Fail to Swerve Roosevelt From Path of Duty. tt& WILL ENFORCE LAWS If Statutes Are Violated txj Combines, Offenders Will 15c Punished Regardless of Politics. Washington, May 2r-Attor-ney General Knox's rebuke to the New York gentlemen who sought to arrange for a conference between the 4 'beef barons" and the law officers of the jrovernment, clearly represents the attitude of the administration. Neither the president nor the attorney general has invited the beef barons or the representatives of any other trust or combination whose business methods are under investigation to a conference. The attempt to create that impression comes from circles entirely outside the administration. President Roosevelt lias a very clear idea as to the dignity of his office, and as the executive he is consultir g only the attorney general and his advisers in the department of justice in matters of such prosecutions. He followed that course in regard to the North...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 May 1902

TIE 0 ü .11 Genuine No. 40 Oliver Points, only - 25c JOHN V. ASTIEV SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weights. Xibe Tribune. i HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Inr, May 8, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIBCNE mcit be I" befure Tuesday noon to insure tnetr appearance in the issue of tha week . LOCAL NEWS Bunnell, the furniture dealer, has a "fine new delivery wagon. Mr and Mrs. L. Burwell have gone toWarsaw tobe the guests of relatives. County TreasurerO'Keefe reported 6.000 tax reeeipts taken up at noon on Thursday. Maurice Lauer, of 3Iuncie, will move to the Simons house oa West "Madison street. Eura Fogel who has been visiting relatives in this city returned to South Fend Thursday. Mrs. J. Y. Firestone, of Bourbon, came liefe Thursday, to be the guest of Mrs. O. F. Ketcham. A marriage license has been issued to Stephen Garraid aged 54 years and Susie B. Fore aged 32 years. Congressman Robinson was renominated by the democrats of the Fort W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 May 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO MAY 6, 1 902. AS ITRSISHCD Br C RESSNER & CO.. Owneri of the only abstract books In the count?. Abstracts of title to all real estate lo Marh&ll count j compiled promptly and accurately. Maria Bullock and husband warranty deed to John Todd lot 14 and e hf of lot 15 Cressners sub div to Plymouth; consideration $850. Heirs of Jacob Long dec'd warranty deed to Ccnrad Danner n hf of se q of sec 11, T 33, R 3; consideration $3,750. David M Bowser and wife warranty deed to George E Bowser e hf of sw q of sec 11, T 34, R 3; consideration $2,100. Jacob B Parker and wife warranty deed to George E Bowser sw q of se q of sec 11, T 34, R 3; consideration $2,600. Delilah A Amones warranty deed to John Deal ne q of ne q of sec 27, T 34, It 3; consideration $1600. Heirs of Mary Morris dec'd Q C D to Elizabeth Jones 2A a of s end of ne of sw q of sec 26, T 35, R 1; consideration!. James H Matcliett and wife warranty deed to Lydia A Pletcher ne q of n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 May 1902

PLYMOUTH UNE. WEEKLY EDITION. itr oi!jCe j-f VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 15. 1902. THE THE VOLCANO'S FRIGHTFUL FURY Thousands of Dead Bodies Strew City of St. Pierre, Now a Total Wreck. DEAD ARE BURNED IN PILES At Least 30,000 Perished in Disaster and Eruptions Still Continue Investigation in Progress. Fort De France, Island of Martinique, May 13 Investigations that are now being made at the desolated city of St. Pierre show that the original estimate of the extent of the disaster and the frightful loss of life were in no way exaggerated. It is practically certain that 30,000 people have perished. Many of the victims are buried under the avalanche of mud and lava that destroyed the city, but there are thousands of dead bodies still visible, and the sight is one one of the most frightful horror. Louis H. Ayme, the United States Consul at Guadeloupe, has reached the desolate spot vhere St. Pierre stood, and confirms the awful story in all its essential details. He is aut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 May 1902

Gbe tribune. Established October to. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. rlepnone No. -7. OFFICE in Bissen Block. Corner Center and La port e Street. 1UVKUTI31NH RATES will be mad knon on application. Euiervu tr.e Por-toffice at Fl mouth. Ind.. as eo.rd class ciatter. SUBSCRIPTION: One! Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents;Three Months 40 cents.deHvereJ at any posteffice. Plymouth, Ind., May 15, 1902. The Ilavemeyers are erecting four beet sugar mills in Colorado. They do not see.11 to fear that a possible 20 per cent -eduction in the Cuban tariff will destoy the beet sugar industry. "When an earthquake comes along the theory that the earth's surface is a mere crust seems easy to accept. It is- plain enough then that the human creature skates on very thin ice indeed. "That old fool from Soutli Carolina" is the name applied by democratic senators to Mr, Tillman. They do not object to his defamation of Americans in the Phillippines, but to the truth he tells about the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 May 1902

v VV-'miJS "sis1 SENATOR TILLMAN : SPEAKS THE TRUTH His Candid Admission of Crirrinal Practices Infuriates His Democratic Colleagues. SENATORS Dr-SERT CHAMBER Seek to Repudiate the Statement of the South Carolina Statesman By Refusing to Hear Him. Washington, D. C May 8 Senator Tillman yesterday confessed the crimes' of the -democratic party in the south and almost broke the back of the opposition to the Philippines bill. Every other ; democratic senator left thesenate chamber soon after Tillman began to speak, and they remained in the democratic cloakroom until he had finished. They sought by conspiciously and dramatically absenting themselves to repudiate Tillman's tirade, but in his confession of the crimes of democrats against the negroes in the south he spoke so much truth that they realize the incalculable injury he has done to their opposition to the Philippine bill, but particularly to their attack on the United States army. In the democratic cloakroom an indignation meeting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 May 1902

TLbc tribune. EsUblUhcd October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. relepnoue So. 'Ji7 OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte. Street. ADVERTISING RATES will be made known on application. Entered tbe Poatoffiee at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One! Yer In Advance $1.50: Six Montis 5 cent;Three Months 40 cenU.dellrered at any postofficc. Plymouth, Ind., May 15. 1902. German financial papers, moralizing on the monetary outlook, claim the situation in "Wall street is threat ening. General O. L. Spaulding, first assistant secretary of the treasury is to be retired by Secretary Shaw. His ideas do cot harmonize with those of the new chief of the treasury department. The Cuban flag was jaised over Morro Castle Sunday for the first tsme, the occasion being the arTival at Havana, of President-elect Palma, who will remain there until inauguration, May 20. Yes, we butchered the niggers like sheep to keep them from voting, and we have no apolog...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 May 1902

giniiimniniiinniiimnimnnmmHnininiiHiiHJHnniiHK 1 For Gasoline Stoves YOU SHOULD BUY I The Original I New Process CALL AND SEE THEM fj I Buck's Cash Hardware j Leader In Low Prices. 2 pjaunaiiiiiuiüiüiiUüüüiuiUiiiihiiüiituiiüiaaiiaiiiiiii Zbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind., May 15, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIBUNE meat be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance In the Issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Charley Corbinis reported on the sick list. Dr. Ritchey, of Donaldson, was in town Monday. Jesse Caton has gone to Knox to visit his father. Bert Beerbower came home Monday for a brief visit. Otto Knoblock spent Sunday with friends at Argos. Miss Ida Bailey has gone to Chicago for a visit of a week. Charles Protsman has gone to Chicago for a visit of a week. Ed Kuhn, of "Warsaw, spent Sunday with his parents in Plymouth. Mrs. Dr. How, of Lakeville, is spending a few days in this city. John R. Walle, of Culver, visited over Sunday with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 May 1902

25,000 KILLED IN WEST INDIA ISLES Earthquake and Volcano Wipe Out 'City of St. Pierre on Island of Martinique. MANY VESSELS ARE WRECKED Craters Active on Adjacent Islands and People Are Peeing in Terror' y From Their Homes. ' St. Thomas, Danish West Indies, May 9 The town- of St. Pierre, on the Island of Martinique, has been totally destroyed by the recent earthquakes and volcanic disturbances on the island. - Almost all of the inhabitants more than 25,000, are said to have been killed. The harbor was crowded with shipping1, and every vessel was either destroyed or badly damaged. The news was brought here by the British steamer Roddam, which was badly damaged and which lost seventeen men in the disaster. Captain Freeman was himseli badly hurt. It is feared that adjacent islands have been badlv damaged and that there has been a fearful loss of life. For several days earthquake . shocks have been reported by cable on the islands of St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Dominica, Antigua, and St Kit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 May 1902

i saures aant.icsssfc:'rsrv "a"- THE OLIVER Pi Genuine Ko. 40 Oliver Points, only 25c LeaJers in Good Goods, Low Zbc ZTribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. PiyiDuth. Ind , Miy 15. 19 32. Advert:.- merits to appear In THETKIRUNE rm:t re 5 lefure Tuesday noon to Insure tnir sp; tarance In t).e issue of tha LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Lord. f Culver, was in this citv Thursdav. Mrs. Horace Merrick wert to Meni tone Thursday to visit relatives. Frank Overmeyer, of Burr Oak, du! business in Pivmoutli Thursdav. Mrs. Minnie Kinch has gone to Warsaw to be the guest of relatives. Mrs. Eli- Farker, of Maxinkuckee. transacted business in town Thursday. Mrs. Iter droves, of Hibbard, transacted business in town Thursday. Miss Floienee Hirnes left for Chicago Thursday, where she will remain permanently. Mrs. Lawson Kleins went to Mentone Thursday to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swe"-t. : Jonathan Brown has gone to Columbia City fcr a visit of a few weeks with his daughter Mrs. James F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 May 1902

REAL ESTATE. TRANSFERS TO MAY T, 1 902 . AS rrRNISHED BT CRESSNER & CO., Owners of the only abstract books In tue county. Abstracts of title to all real estate In Marhall county compiled promptly and accurate!. T A Borton warranty deed to Geo. TV and Harriet M Baxter, s hf of lot 151 orig Plymouth; $1125. ' Bnj F Kosenbury, warranty deed to Beniwell and Lillie J Mitterling, lot 3, Martin's 1st add Bourbon; $ 400 TVm Huff and wife, etal warranty deed to Thomas J Walter, lot in Bremen Cora, 60 ft w & 50 ft s of nw cor lot 1, Blk 8, Martin's add; $75. Jacob Hanz and w ife, warranty deed to Walmer Bros, mrt of lot 13, Orte Bremen; $1400. ' Frederick TViegand and wife, warranty deed to Gottlieb Amacher, lot 13 & 14. Vollmer & Sauer's add Brej men, $550 George Hess warranty deed to Jacob II and Zylpha I ness, sw q of ne q.and e hf of nw q of ne q of sec 20, T 34, R 3; $1500 George Hess warranty deed to John and Emma Barts, ne q of nw q and w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 May 1902

LYMOUTH TRIBUNE ,A1 I Weekly edition. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1902. NO. 33 II II I I u 11 11 i i j t l- CYCLONE KILLS TWO HUNDRED Tornado Sweeps Over Texas and the Town of Goliad is in Ruins. SAN ANTONIA LOSSES HEAVY Cloudburst do Much Damage in Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota and the Dekotas. San Antonio, Texas, May 18 Two hundred people -were killed by a tornado at Goliad, Texas today, hundreds wounded, great property damage done, and half the town destroyed. The tornado struck the town late in the afternoon, traveling in a northeasterly direction. Beyond a marked fall in temperature and the lowering clouds tinged with green, no warning of the calamnity was given. The storm struck Goliad almost in the heart of the city, and wrecked buildings as if they were of cardboard. Both telegraph and telephone wires went down at 7 o'clock, when the above meager facts were received, and all efforts to effect communication with the stricken citv have failed. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 May 1902

.?- TCbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE In Bissen Block. Corner Center and Laporte'StreeU IDVXSTiaiNQ RATES will be made known on spplicatioa. Entered the Postcffice at.Plj mouth, Ind.. is eeond claM matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One! Year In Advance fi.50; Six Months 75 cents;Thre e Months 40 cent. delivered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., May 22. 1902. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Clerk. Editor Tribcse: Please announce that 1 am a candidate for Clerk of the Marshall Circuit Court, subject to the decision of the Kepu oilcan county convention, called to meet in Plymouth, Saturday, June ?, 12. F. M. McCbort. Havana and Santiago are boasting that they are the cleanest and healthiest cities jn the world. Uncle Sam has proved himself to be an excellent housekeeper. Senator Tillman wants to see freedom and unrestrained government for the far off Filipinos, but he believes in slavery and the shot-gun policy for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 May 1902

OLD SOLDIERS HAVE OPINIONS They Put in Print What They Think of Critics of War Policy. NEW OFFICERS ARE ELECTED Encampment Closes and Next Session Will Be Held at Anderson. Indianapolis, May 15 "Whereas, Certair, citizens of the United States are now criticising the conduct cf our comrades-in-arms who are defending the American flag and American institutions in the Philippine islands: and, "Whereas, Such conduct brings fresh to our memory like c cisms made by the copperheads of 1860 -and 1865; and, "Whereas, The veterans of the war for the union abhor and de: spise all citizens of the United States who refuse to support our government during war and cannot see wherein the copperheads of 1S99 and 1902 are less venomous than their ancestors;therefore, be it "Resolved, That the survivors of the war for the union heartily approve the conduct of the United States in the war with Spain and the insurrection in the Philippine islands, and that we hold in scorn and contempt all citizens of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 May 1902

XEbc tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE In Blssell Block. Corner Center and La porteS treet. 1DVEBTISING BITES will b mad known on application. Entered the Postoffice at.Plj mouth. Iod.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: OneJ Year In AJvmnce $1.50; Six Months 75 cents JThree Months 40 cents.deUvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., May 22, 1902. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Clerk. Editor Tribcse: PIeae announce that I am a candidate for Clerk of the Marshall Circuit Court, subject to the derision of the Republican county convention, called to meet In Plymouth, Saturday, June 7. 1902. F. M. McCrory. REPUBLICANS TO MEET. The republicans of Marshal1- county are hereby called to meet in ra;iss Convention at the various places ct meeting in each tewnsrip on Saturday, May 31, 1902, at 2 o'clock p. m., for ihe purpose cf selecting delegates and alternate delegates to the county Convention. The apportionment ...

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