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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 5 September 1901

pence Best Quality -All Sizes. 0 i I buck's Gasn Hardware I LEADER IN LOW PRICES. wi y ' V STANDARD AND LIGHT WEIGHT at Prices that are The Lowest. BARB The merry-go-round has pulled up and moved away. Miss Fav Dunham is entertaining Miss Pearl Wiseman, of South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hendee, of Anderson, are visiting relatives in Bourbon. ' The masonry for the large vaults in the new bank building was begun vesterdav. Misses Josephine and Jessie Curnick, of Irving Park, Chicago, arc guests of Mrs. C. T. Mattingly. We offer great bargains in light ve hicles to avoid wintering them. J. N. Wilson & Son, Plymouth. 42t3 Center township, Starke county, voted four to one Tuesday in favor of building thirteen miles of stone roads. J. C. Ramsay and Quincy Kleckner leave today for Devil's Lake, North Dak., where they will remain during the threshing season, after which they will gQ to Washington and the northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Lee M. Kendall arrived Tuesday evening and took up ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 5 September 1901

Angus Corbly's Captivity 5 ? 5 V A Story of Early Indian Life Northwest of BY A WRITER OF MARSHALL COUNTY. CIIAITEU 11. AT MUX-SEX-KUCK-EE. (Contlnuat on) In their hunts they often met some of the Indians in the woods, but the haughty savages would pass them by with imperturbable indifference and if spoken to would respond only in grunts or in the fewest possible words. Some of the soldiers were inclined to resent such disdainful airs but Angus, remembering what1 he had learned from Sammy John of blessed memory, j always insisted that kind and respectful treatment of the Indians would obviate much misunderstanding and; trouble. On one occasion he and two 1 comrades saw a Wea hunter fall heav-1 ily from a tree while investigating a raccoon hole and they ran to his assistance, finding him much bruised . and shocked but with no bones bro- j ken. They carried him into the vil- J läge, rubbed his bruises with soothing . oil and Angus, knowing his language, j spoke kindly to him while min...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 5 September 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENÖKICKS, Editor mm a Proprietor. Advertisements to appear In THE REPUBLICAN must be In before Tuesday noon t insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, lnd. September 5t 1901. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Mary Morrison went to Columbia City Friday for abrief visit. Albert Böhmer, who lives near Bremen, was in tow a Friday. Indiana gets $31,862 from trie federal government for militia purposes. Mrs. Kate Fink, of Argos, who has been visiting here, returned home Friday morning.Mrs. Elma Fribley, of Bourbon, is considered to be out of danger again, after a critical illness. Mrs. AY. W. Sponsler and her son, George, went to Wakesha, Wis., to remain about two weeks. Mrs. C. Swoverland and daugh ter, Pearl, went to Denver to attend the old settlers' reunion. A goodly number from this city and vicinity attended the old settlers' pic nic near Lapaz Saturday. Mrs. Ii. B. Sheets and son, Alfred, went to Monterey Friday where she will visit for several days. C. W. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 5 September 1901

THIS AND JaRfATr2AVE BARGAIN TABLES: No. 1 Women's Shoes. .. . : 98c No. 2 Women's and Misses' Shoes 59c No. 3 Men's Shoes $1.39 No. 4 Men's and Boys' Shoes 98c Come while they last. t Ä. Shamhiigh, It6? CORRESPONDENCE. TYXEIl AND VICIHITY. Mrs. Lilly Johnson visited with friends at Laporte last Sunday. Mrs. D. It. Richardson and son returned to their home in Chicago Monday. John Richardson is having his house painted by Wilson a.idFogle of Plymouth. J. E. Johnson went to Chicago Monday and bought a caj: load of stock. Mr. and Harry Bennett, of Michigan City, spent Sunday here with relatives. , Mr. Meredith, II. L. Jarrell, John Drake and James Deagles went to Michigan Citv Sunday on the excursion. Tyner, Ind., Sept. 4, 1&04. Appeals to the reason of thinking people. Tho world is weary of substitution, therefore see that you get Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madison Medicine i3o. 35c. J. W. Hess. D1XOH ItAKJB RIPPLES. Mr. Clyde ManneTing ,from 111., is visiting his uncle Fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 September 1901

The Plymouth Republ (CM JiQ Recorders office llfcbOl PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1901. NO- 43 VOLUME 4-: o. X 4 -1 ATTEMPTED STORY OF THE ATTACK. Buffalo, N. Y. Sept. "-President McKinley was shot twice by an assassin as he stood in the Temple of Music at the PanAmerican Exposition at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The shots were fired by Leon Czolgosz, a resident of Detroit, who came here recently from Cleveland. The would-be assassin at first gave his name as Fred.Nieman, and said he had lived in Detroit, Toledo, and Chicago. After the crime the man declared he was an anarchist, and had only done his duty. The attempted assassination took place in the presence of 3,000 persons who had crowded into the Temple of Music, and while 10,000 others stood outside the temple waiting for a chance to enter and shake hands with the President. The first bullet struck the sternum in the President's chest, deflected to the right, and traveled beneath th? skin to a point directly b...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 September 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Cdltor Proprietor. OFFICE In Bissel! 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 lr.i.0 September 12, 1901. Warden G. A. II. Shideler, of the State's Prison at Michigan City, has sent his resignation to Governor Durbin and will return to Marion, his former home, where he will reside and look after his business and political interests. Mr. Shidejer has made an excellent warden and his friends believe that he will be a candidate for nomination for some office on the state republican ticket. In his very interesting historical sketch, prepared for the old settlers' picnic at LaPaz, the Hon. Daniel McDonald brought out the fact that after the creation of Folk township, in Marshall county, a petition presented to the county commissioners requested that the name of iNort...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 September 1901

THE PRESIDENT'S GREAT SPEECH. Buffalo, X. Y.t Sept. C "President's day" at the Pan- . American exposition dawned bright and clear, with the temperature sufficiently low to make the day all that could be desired. It was" evident from the crowds on the streets early in the morning that the attendance would be large. Business houses and private residence were gayly decorated with flags and bunting, and banners were stretched from windows and across streets bearing words of welome to the president and expressive of the sentiment which the great fair is designed to foster "Peace to Pan-America." Although the time anuounced for the departure of the president from the home of Mr. Milburn in Delaware avenue was 10 o'clock, crowds began to assemble in front of the house, but those most eager to catch a glimpse of the president and Mrs. McKinley indiscriminately invad ed the beautiful lawns of the adjoing residences and some even went so far as to climb upon the verandas. With music, military...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 September 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, ' Editor q Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Comer 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., September 1 2, 1901. FURNISHING THE NEWS. The Evening News on Friday and Saturday again demonstrated its superiority m the local newspaper field and emphasized the difference between a home-print paper and one that is half printed in another state. Friday afternoon, after go.'ng to press, we received the intelligence of the cruel attack upon the president and in a little while we had on the streets an extra edition containing the news up to 6:40 p. m., hours later than that presented by any Chicago paper that reached here that night. Situruav we were able to issue an extra at noon presentincr the news twelve hours later than that contain ed in any Chicagt) papers reaching he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 September 1901

"V. Best QualityAll Sizes. STANDARD AND LIGHT WEIGHT I at Prices that are The boats 6ash Hardware LEÄDER IN LOW PRICES. The Republican. W3I. G. HENDRICKS, Editor aad Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUBLICAN must be in before Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. September 12,-190. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Frank Fertig is visiting in Argf. W. B. Kvle is visiting relatives in Allen connty. Scott Marks and family have removed to Chicago. R. F. Kleckner made a business trip to Argos Wednesday. Mrs. Dr. Edison, of Bourbon, was a . Plymouth visitor "Wednesday. Geo. II. Thayer is transacting business in Chicago this week. Lemuel Littleton, of Walnnt township, was in town Wednesday. Mrs.. Wallace who has been very ill the past two weeks is convales2ent. It is reported that J. B. Bowell is lving criticallv ill ac hishomeinGoshen. A baby boy is reported at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schooner, north of town. Prosecuting Attorney Harry Bernetn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 September 1901

Angus Corbly's Captivity 9 C A Storv of Earlv Indian Life j Northwest of the Ohio River. 5 2 5 BY A WRITER OF MARSHALL COUNTY. J CHAITER 12. the ricnx at the river. (Continuation) Iiut hark! Suddenly lrom the bushes on both sides of the trail bloodcurdling whoops broke upon the still evening air and a dozen naked savages burst into the path upon the burdened men bent on capturing them alive and putting them to "ic torture. They had chosen to :e the attack at the end of the portage because their victims would then be tired and lesson their guard. Biit startling as the onslaught was the little company was prepared for just such an emergency. The three carrying packs bore them in a manner so contrived that they could be instantly dropped and these were engaged w ith their assailants in a flash, while the fourth was temporarily protected by the canoe under which he was thrown. It was not the intention of the attacking party to use knives and they had left their guns in the brush. The fi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 September 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, lüUllur aad Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUBLICAN must fceln before Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, tnd. September 12,1901. LOCAL NEWS Helen Redd has returned from Climax, Michigan. O. P. Bair, of South Bend, was a Plymouth visitor Saturday. Miss Carrie Eiick returned hone Thursday from Marseilles, 111. Miss Iva Disher returned from a three weeks' visit at Geneva, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. M. Alexander returned to their home at Tiosa Saturday. Miss Jessie Toan returned Saturday to take up her school work at Attica. Frank Southworth returned Friday night from his visit in Northern Michigan. Eber Burch, who has been seriously ill at his home near Tyner, is reported considerably better. The twelve year-old daughter of Dr. Rannclls, of Argos, died Thursday, but we have no particulars. Miss Ida Effley, of South Bend, came Saturday evening to be the guest of Miss Mamie Southworth. Buggies, surreys and r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 September 1901

CORRESPONDENCE. AltUCS TWI3TKLI3G9. Band concert Thursday evening". Harry Turney is on the sick list. - Herb Hoffman is sllghly improving. John Bixler and wife left Monday morning for Buffalo. Dr. Rannells and wife are visiting in Chicago this week. The Shaffer saw mill resumed business Monday morning. The front of the Leader dry goods store is being repainted. AY. II. Keck and wife, of Hamlet, are visiting with Mr. Landis. A special " program is being pre pared for the concert tomorrow night. John Booker moved into the property formly occupied by Eliza Cannon." ' Fred Rannells and P. J. Manuwal drove to Bourbon yesterday to witness the ball game between Argos and Bourbons which resulted in a victory for Bourbcn of 17 to 8. Argos, Ind, Sept. 11. . Genuine Rocky Mountain Tea is never Bold In bulk by peddlers or less than 35c. Don't be fooled, get the tea made famous by the Madijon Medicine Co, J. W. Hees. ' TYNEIl AKD VICINITY. II. J. Curtis of Plymouth was in town Sunday. A girl was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 September 1901

; . 1 D .VI o i-LL -Li J Uccoi'-U'rs ofl'icc 17fel01 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1901. JST0. u VOLUME 45. TR p-.tü b 1J JA. vs jj S Ni N - st- j THE LATE WILLIAM M'KIITLEY. HIS LUST MY AT THE -CAPITOL Dead President bies in State in tne Great Building That Was Tne Scene of so MugU oi His Triumpn. MEMORflöLE JOURNEY TO WASHINGTON Washington, D. C, Sept. 17 AU day yesterday the funeral tram bearing the widow and her dead moved swiftly past conti n- j uous demonstrations of sympathy i and sorrow. From the silent lines of -railroad men and their families standing with bared and bowed heads in the railroad yards at Buffalo, through the grouped farmers mile after mile and the crowds in village, town and city, the sad journey was remarkable for the manifestations of feeling by all classes of citizens. Everywhere and every moment it was the samegrave and saddened face?, bowed and bared heads, bells tolling, oands playing solemn dirges, or other recognition of the dreadful thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 September 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS Cdltor ABd Proprietor. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office as Seeon J-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; SU Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any postofSce. Plymouth Ind., September 19, 1901. THE NATION MOURNS. Upon receipt of the news of President McKinley 's death Archbishop John Ireland dictated the following statement to the correspondent of the Associated Press: "The nation mourns. "Well may she mourn. She has lost her chief magistrate, whom she loved so dearly, in whom she so willingly reposed her pride. William McKinley is now dead; his memory will live adown the ages as that of one of the most worthy to have been the president of the republic of the United States. 'I knew him closely; I esteemed him; I loved him. He was the true man honest, pure of morals, generous minded, conscientious, religious. He was the noble citizen, proud of bei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 September 1901

n Mm r r mm KD M LIT over the hard granite pavements. Surging masses of people numbering in the hundreds of thour ands, lined the streets and the housetops, and took advantage of every available point of view Lo., 2:13 a. m. President McKinley has just RlTFFALO. SeDt. 1 , A. passed away. The peace which for a week past had been denied him is now his, and the shattered body has parted from the heroic soul tha gave it strength. MRS. McKlNLEVS CONDITION. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 14, .8:40 a. m. Dr. Wasdin says Mrs. McKinley rested well during the night and is feeling quite strong. She bears up -wonderfully well in her grief. Some of the apprehension as to her is passing away. THE NATIONS MOURN WITH US. Washington, D. C , Sept. 14 Secretary Hay has notified foreign nations of the President's demise and messages of condolence are pouring in from all over the world. through the agency of an assass in's bullet with the short space of one human life. As the senior member in rank of the cabinet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 September 1901

The Republican. WORSE THAN GOLDMAN. Mrs. Carrie Nation's anti-cantcen a5lJ?&m zeal led her int0 an intemperate dec oraTST bissei, Biock. Comer Center P ga President McKinley Laporte Street c. . 7777 TT " " uerea anne Klj mouth. Indiana. Post Office as SeconJ-Class Matter. LBM.RIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; öij .lonxns 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de- uverej at any postoffice. Plymouth Ind.. September 19,1901. at Steeplechase park, Coney Island last week. In the course of her lect ure she said: "Bill McKinley deserves to die. He Is the friend of the brewer and the drinking man. I have no care for him. , lie deserves just what he got.' Emma Goldman, who is decen eiiuugu 10 aamiL mat sne is an an President Roosevelt ma v be depend- archist, never carried intemDerance eu upon always to do the right thin;: to such a length as that. John Most at the right time in the right wav. the whisky fiend with tangled beard He does it instinctively and without never, even in his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 September 1901

Jpeoee mips Best QualityAll Sizes. STANDARD AND LIGHT WEIGHT at Prices that are The buck's Gash LEADER IN LOW PRICES. The Republican. WM. O. UEXDRICKS, Editor d Proprietor. Advertisements to appear In THE REPUBLICAN must be in before Tuesiay noon to insure heir appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth.tnd.. Se Umber 19.190't. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. AY. II. Love has returned from Tippecanx W. E. Bailey went t Indi.mapi.ilis Tueday to attend the state fair. Mrs. Rebecca list is returned Saturday evening from a visit of ten days at-Peru, Ind. Dr. Jacob Ross of North Liberty spent Sunday with Iiis parents in Fiymouth. Mr. and Mrs. i. i. South wo; th returned Monday fn,m their visit at Cleveland and Rr.Calu. Rert .t. Gilmore. a successful insurance man of Chicago, visited his parents here Sunday. Charles Keliism left Monday to visit his mother at his old home in Hornellsville. N, V. The Mozart club met with Mrs. Stella Prummond Tuesday evening t( reorganize for the winter. IT. Lopgbrake, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 September 1901

Angus Corbly's Captivity , A Story of Early Indian Life and Northwest of the BY A WRITER OF MARSHALL COUNTY. CHAPTER 1 CONCLUDED. Angus and his comrades worked their way by easy stages up the St. Joseph to the lake, then across to the otherSt.Johephand down totheMiami, where his two Indian menus aecinea that instead of returning to the AVa-ba-li they would follow the fortunes of the sergeant, and so to Detroit, reaching his destination in October after one of the most courageous journeys ever made by man. His report to the commandant at Detroit, while not encouraging to the British cause, wis highly valuable and in the hands of n less stupid and arrogant man than General Amherst, to whom it wes transmitted, would have been productive of good results. The expedition was so successfully accomplished ttiat Sergeant Corbly was commissioned as a lieutenant, in which capacity, he saw much service at the western posts during the period of Tontiac's conspiracy. The ranger returned to his co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 September 1901

The Republican. WM. O. UENDKICKS, Editor aid Proprietor. AJvertisemnts to appear in THE REPUBLICAN roust be in before Tuesday noon to insure heir appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. Se tember 19,1901. LOCAL NEWS AY. E. Leonard transacted business in Wanatah Saturday. IK Steinbacn, of Bourbon, is visiting his daughters in this city. Stephen Bagely is seriously ill at his home ia this city. Mrs. K. C. Kloepfer has returned from her visit at Milwaukee. A. P. Elliott was down town for the first time in two weeks. Frank A. Hendricks will left Saturday for a trip to New Orleans. Miss Theresa Miller has returned from a visit of three weeks in Ohio. Misses Lulu Carey and Alice Daubenspeck spent the day in South Bend. Mrs. Marion Guyer, of Chicago, is visiting relatives and friends in this1 citv. m Henry Humrichouser spent Sunday with his son Harry at Tierceton. Edward Zechiel, of Union township, has rone to Tiffin, Ohio, to enter college. An infant cmia or .Mr. ana irs. j ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 September 1901

DECLINED GzoIqosz Stands Mute Betöre flrralflned For Munter Buffalo, N. Y.. Sept. IS Leon F. Czolgosz, the assassin of President McKinley, was arraigned before Judge Edward K. Emery in the county court at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon on the -indictment for murder in the first degree in fatally shooting President McKinley in tho Temple of Music at the Pan-American exposition Sept. 0. A:am iho stubborn prisoner refused to plead, or even to utter a word or sound, and, the Hon . Loran. L. Lewis, ex-supreme court iustice, entered a plea of not guilty. The accused will be tried in the supreme court next Monday morn ing. . Crowds flocked to the city hall to see the prisoner, but the uncertainty surrounding the question as to whether or not counsel could be secured for him saved congestion of the court-room and corridors of the hall. The most notable incident of the day was the hissing of the prisoner by the crowds who surged around him as he was being escorted down the steps, still draped...

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