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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 July 1902

YMOUTH TRIBUN J t WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 17. 1902. NO. 42 - - 7PTLJ i . ji . ri BALFOUR IS PREMIER Lord Salisbury's Public Services Are Ended and His Successor Is Named. KITCHENER, THE CONQUERING HERO Given an Enthusiastic Welcome on Arrival Hone. New Chinese Minister Appointed to the United StatesTwo Specials Tell About King Alfonso. London, July 14. The Marquis of Salisbury has resigned the premiership of Great Britain, and Right Hon. A. J. Balfour, the first lord of the treasury and government leader in the house of commons, has been appointed to succeed him. The Marquis of SalLORD SALISDUKY. Isbury tendered his resignation at an audience which he had with King Edward last Friday. Saturday Balfour visited the king and accepted the premiership. Knill an Era In National Life. Lord Salisbury's retirement was practically arranged at an audience of Lord Salisbury with the king a month tgo. to be coincident with his majesty's coronation: but the king...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 July 1902

WORSE, THEN BETTER About Represents the Daily Fluc tuat ons in the Chicago Strike of Freighters TEAMSTERS VTAli T TO TAKE A HAED "While Iielievers in Arlitration Ilusyr.iul Hopeful, Too, at Latest Advices. are Chicago, July 11. Business men of the city took fin active par: In attempting to settle the strike of the freight handlers yesterday, and some little progress was made. An njriTC-nieut was secured from the Frefirht Handlers union that the organization would abide by the decision of the Chicago board of arbitration, if that organization could arrange meetings with the the general managers of the railroads, and secure their consent also to arbitrate. The request for arbitration was riot submitted to the railroads until todaj There is grave doubt that th proios:tid:i will be favorably received by the railroads when it comes. IV hat the Koails Are to Do. Iut the arbitration people were optimistic It was said by a member of the Chicago board of arbitration that he had assurances th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 July 1902

ENAMELE Made in Austria. Every piece warranted for 5 years. Just arrived. Call and see them. john V, ASTLEY a I Ü. LJ L K Leaders in Qood üoods, Low Zhe Zxibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., July 17, 1902. .Advertisements to appear lu THE TKIUCNE niiiat fee i before Tuesday noon to lunre tneir ypearanre In tie Issue of tha wee's. LOCAL NEWS Lewis DeMoss, of Bourbon, is lying at the point of death. Konald Thomson and A. B. Personett are both quite sick with malarial fever. , Mrs. Kutterman. of Mexico, Miami county, iis visiting the family of William Strunk. ' Cleveland claims the distinction of a citizen who has made a million dollars selling pop corn. Miss Letta Cripe, of Warsaw, visited at J. C. Barrett's Thursday, on her way home frcm Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Williams, of the Warsaw Times, stopped in Plymouth Thursday on their w ay to Warsaw. Noah Smith, who is now in the Marion Soldiers' home, has had his pension increased to $10 a month. Mrs. Bert ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 July 1902

XLhc Cttbu'ne. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. L'elepnoue 'o. 27. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. uVlBTlbING RATES will be made known on application. Entered tie Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Monthsgrs cents; Three Months 40 cenu.deliverei at any postoffice. Plymouth, lad., July 17, 1902. An astronomer predicts tne end of creation between 1931 and 1933. That is certainly time enough to prepare for it, and have lots of fun besides. The new commissioner of pensions has adopted the rule of promoting clerks who have made the best record in the office. Under this rule one of the first to be promoted was an exConfederate. The harmony program is further being disturbed in this state by acrimonious discussion as to whether or not William Jennings Bryan shall be invited to come to Indiana to deliver political speeches. If Aguinaldo says anything Complimentary...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 July 1902

Bicycle Closing Sale A Fine $25.00 Wheel 4 Guaranteed the Season, For Slö.OO ucl;'s Gash Hardware Leader In Low Prices. A good Tandem for $15.00, to Close. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., July 17, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TOE TRIBUN E un:.-t te i before Tuesday noon to ia-ur-TQt-tr yprnrani'e in the issue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS Rev. Mr-.Rittenhouse, of Bourbon, was in iowu oa Monday. There wril! be an excursion to Michigan City Thursday. An.iur Ivline .drove to Burr Oak : Sunday to visit friends. Mrs. C. D. .Kyser is visiting her parents at Hictsville,- Ohio. Miss Emma. Protsman has returned from her visit in Chicago. Lou Seider, of .Donaldson, was iu . our city Saturday afternoon. Mrs. William ;Reed is quite ill at her home on South Walnut street. Miss Irene Carabin.went to Inwood . on Monday to isit ; friends for a few days. Dr. John Lied qutet. and ..wife have returned to their home . at Lincoln, Illinois. Some men return thanks before eating an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 July 1902

Zbc tlribune. Establ'shed October 10. 1901. ' HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE In bis.l Block. Corner Center and L?porte Street. ü,KTl5IU KATLrf will be made aoi or epi'iicstiou. Entered tre Postoffice at IMjruouth. Ind.. h second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six .Mor.th5?5 cents: Three Months 40 ctnts.ielivereJ at any rostoftice. Plymouth, Ind., July 17, 1902. THE STATE TICKET. Secretary of State. DANIEL . sTUKMS. Auditor of tnte. DAVID E. SMEUUICK. Treasurer of State, NAT U.HILL. Attorney General. CHAKLEi W. MILLER. Cierk Supreme Court. RUUER1 A. BROWN. Superintendent cf TuMic Instruction. F. A. COT TUN. täte Statistician. BEN J . F. JOHNSON. rtate Geoo?1t. W. . 11 LATCH LEY. Judge Supreme Court. Fifth District, JOHN H. GILLETT, Ju lies Appellate Court. FRANK R. ROHY, U- Z. ILEY. V. J. HENLEY. JAMES K. II LACK. I W. COMfTuCK. W. E. hOMNSON. COUNTY TICKET. K- prtseutatlve In Cnsrre&s. ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRICK. ReprercntHtive. PETf.R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 July 1902

SIX SCORE DEAD Terror of the Mine Gets Loose in a Pit in Pennsylvania; CORPSES ALL ALOS HIS T2A0S Total Death Roll Will Reach the Number of 125. Colliery Is a Tom!) Which Aftrr-!)amri Make Nearly Imi'cui'tr. bit Those Kscajin DM So Over lit ail ?.Ici. Johns-town. IV... .Tr.Iy 11. TI. t'rst four victims L.ivo l ien 1 i t.: I.t to the s-r.rf;i-v from tho KkKuike sii-ticn. Tin y we re Williiiiu Ik lir-MUi, vL W;-s ur.c.)n.-civi:s wl-on found; .Join: Metallic, alive ar.J in pvtty ;:...a1 shr.pe, ami two ur.ki.own 5I::vs, loth alive, hut uiioonsi ior.s. Dr. Joh 1 li. Lewman, of this city, v.i.o tr.m? up with the men, said he iascd twenty-five dead hodies, som. postures. of il.- ii in -ittin:r Johnstown, Pa., July 11. Two lmn-drev,-uiiiuTs iT.toml.ftl ly ;;n explosion in a mine whose main i-h.-.t't opens within the limits of this city was news to check with terror the ptdestrians on the streets lure yesterday. At first the rumor said that all in the "Holling Mill" mine of the Camlria Stee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 July 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO JULY, 10, 1 0O2 . AS 1TRNISHI.1 BT CRESSNER & CO., Owners of the only abstrr.cv books la the count. Abstracts of title to at', real estate In Marhall count compiled promptly ud accur&telv. Charles I Humes and wife, warranty deeä to Louisa A Martin, lot 15, Klipger's add Plymouth: $200. Harry Calhoun and wife, warranty deed to Ann Cross, Nof Outlot 1 Lowry's add Argos; $525. John C Sparcklen, warranty deed to Matilda Ellen Spracklen, lot 13, Klinger's add Plymouth; $1200. Wm F Young and wife, warranty deed to Solomon Lechlitner, lot 7, Young's Sub Div of Out lot 8, Cabell's add to Plymouth; $75. Win Horn and wife, waranty deed to Lewis Erwin, s hf of sw q of sec 11, T 32, R 3, ex school lot; $2500. Jas Clyde Field and wife, warranty deed to James F Matchette, lot 74, Thayer's 2nd add to Bourbon; $350. Martin II Rice and wife Q C D to Sidney A Vaughn, tract near nw cor of lot 'ol, in sec 27, T 32. Ii 1: $400. Ida M Smith, warranty deed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 July 1902

1 ' . YMOUT 1D BUN WEEKLY EDITION. Kecufdeid Ottice febO VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 24'. 1902. NO- 43 D ID NOT LOVE HESTER WATERS ARE FALLING CURIOUS SLEEP HABIT MITCHELL INDORSED FRETZ IS IN THE FLESH STATISTICS Of FARMS I Which Seeit to Account in a End Seems in Sight of the Dis Young Woman Who "Drops Off" Convention Decides to Carry on Result of the Continued Rains at So They Say, in Spite of His Writ ten Determination to Explore Eternity. Fin de Siecle Totals That Show Our Immense Agricultural Business. Measure for Charges Against J. W. Walker. astrous Inundation of the Farmers' Fields. at the Drop of the Hat, as It Were. the Anthracite Strike as a Test of Endurance. the Headwaters of the Mississippi. HE MAILED SOME POSTAL CAEDS , SOME EXTRA DAMAGE IS EEPOETED PLAN THAT WAS FINALT ADOPTED AS IT WAS AT THE CENTURY'S END SLUMBERS ON ANY OLD OCCASION GEOP DESTRUCTION IS VEEY GSEAT LETTES EE WEOTE TO A FEIEND TR -1 SOU LESOFRU H Producing a Sensation In Educational C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 July 1902

Ube üttbune. EtUblUbed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. I'eiepuoiie No. -7. OFFICE In Bissen Block. Corner Center nd La port e Street. fcDVEBTISING BATES will be mad known on application. Entered the Posto&ce at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Monthsjrs cents; Three Months 40 cents.dellvere J at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., July 24, 1902. THE STATE TICKET. Secretary of State. DANIEL. L. STOKMS. Auditor of State. DAVID E. SUEUK1CK. Treasurer of State, NAT U.HILL, Attorney General. CHAKLEb W. MILLER. C"lrk Supreme Court. ROBERT A. BROWN. Superintendent of Public Instruction. F. A. COTTON. State Statistician, BEN J. F. JOHNSON. State Geoloelst. W. S. BLATCHLEY; Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, JOHN U. G1L.LETT, Judges Appellate Court, FRANK R. EORY.J U. Z. WILEY, W.J 11 EN LEY. JAMES K. BLACK, I W. COMSTOCK, W. E. ROBINSON. COUNTY TICKET. Representative In Congress, ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRICK R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 July 1902

RESULT IS UNCERTAIN Clouds of Doubt Hang Over tho Convention of Bituminous Coal Miners. MITCHELL COULD DISPEL THE SAME But He Ilefus-s Either to Talk Out side or Advise the Men Inside What to Do. Indianapolis, Ind., July 17. This morning the national convention of the United Min "Workers nsseniMed in Tomlinson hall to discuss the advisability of (Tilling a strikt to aid 'the anthracite ir.cn who have Iwa out In the east for several weeks. The action of the convention is uncertain, althoua the situation indicates that there will he no walk-out o tho soft coal mm. There are so many circumstances, however, that may cbance the situation that speculation repirUIn? the result of the convention is practically worthless. If President Mitchell would declare his personal preferences it would not be difficult to foretell the outcome. Sphinx Not In It with Mitchell. At present he controls the situation absolutely, and can swinjr the delepates either way. lie will not say openly what he wishes, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 July 1902

ftbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, relepnone No. 127. OFFICE In Btssell Block. Corner Center . ni Laporte Street. 4UVhKT13INO BATES will be made mown on application. Entered tbe Postoffice at Plymouth, Ind.. as second class natter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Monthsl75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.dellvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., July 24, 1902. Mr. Bryan says there will be harmony in two groups in 1904. On all issues which the democracy may present, the republican party is prepared to make an aggressive fight. It is not ashamed of its record, either at home or in Cuba or the Philippines. The democrats of the SeventhNorth Carolina district yoted to indorse the Kansas City platform and then nominated for congress a man who voted for McKinley in 1696 and 1900. There is harmony for you. One result of the miners' convention quite apart from its effect on the strike is the decided indorsement and impulse it gav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 July 1902

Bicycle Closing Sale A Fine $25.00 Wheel Guaranteed the Season, Buck's Gash Hardware Leader in Low Prices. A good Tandem for $15.00, to Close. Zbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind., Juiy 24. 1902. Advertisements to appear In TDETKIBUNE iDKtt be In before Tuesday noon to Inture tnelr appearance In the Issue ot tba week. LOCAL NEWS Auburn will have a Masonic temple to cost 815,000. Harry Hisey, of Knox, spent Sunday in this city. Mr. John Abbot, of Mentone, spent Sunday with friends in this city. Miss Maud Fetters has gone to Knox, Ind., for a visit of a week. Miss Kate Stack and brother, Thomas, spent Sunday in Chicago. Rev. R. G. Upson and Rev. G. M. Mattox exchanged pulpits Sunday. Eleven perrons were killed in a hurricane at Baltimore, Md., Sunday. Mrs. Jane Tonquet, of Bourbon, spent Sunday with friends in this city. Miss Ertie Conger has gone to St. Paul. Minu., for a visit of several weeks. Misses Anna and Louie Protsman have gone to Warsaw for a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 July 1902

. 5 "I A 0 BADGER REPUBLICANS Take Another Full Day to Nom inate a Ticket, LaFoIletta .:.t the Head. COUPLE OF 0033 MISS CONEEOTIOff Slate Lacks Jnst That of "Getting There" P. B. Hill "Next President." Madison. Wis.. July IS. The -Republicans of "Wisconsin finished their work bi convention at SSÖ last nijrlit, after nominating the following ticket: For governor, Robert M. LaFollette, of Madison; lieutenant governor, Jas. O. Davidson, of Soldier's Grove; secretary of state. Walter L. Houser, of Mondovi; state treasurer, Jchn J. Kempi, of Milwaukee; attorney general, L. M. Sturdevant, of Xeillsville; superintendent of public instruction, Charles I. Cary, of Delevan; railroad commissioner, John W. Thomas, of Chippeva; insurance commissioner, Zeno M. Host, of Milwaukee. Two Slate Men Mi Connection. Robert M. LaFollette, who was again chosen to head the state ticket, received the nomination over John M. Whitehead by an overwhelming majority LaFollette, 790; Whitehead, 20G. With two exce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 July 1902

Barb and Smooth Mire Another carload of Smooth and Barb Wire, and a carload cf American Feirce. The only Fence made that contracts and expands with the weather. Always the same. Get our prices before you buy. JOHN V. ÄSTLEY AND SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Full Weights. TLbe TCtibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., July 24, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIBCNE mct be in before Tuesday noon to insure tnelr appearance lu the Issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Searles visited m Laporte on Thursday. F. W. Bess transacted legal business at North Liberty Thursday. Miss Bessie Evans has gone to Walas h for a visit of several days. Col. William Sears and wife have returned to their home in Chicago The car works at Michigan City paid out SO,000 to its employes Wednesday. Mrs. J. E. Turner went to Rockfield, Ind., where she will visit a few days. Hubert Reiser had his thumb sawed off at the Novelty factory Thursday. C. T. Allen, of Valparaiso, h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 July 1902

! I ' t 4 rll . - M 7 1 i 4 1 HAVOC AT BALTIMORE Most Serious Feature of Which Is the Loss of a Number of Lives. MANY CEILE3EN AEE ON THE LI3T Tornado Sweeps Down on the City with Terrible Effect. Watery Devastation of Farms on the Mississippi Probable Loss of $0,000,000 in Crops Floods in the East. Baltimore, Md., July 21. A tornado, accompanied by thunder, vivid lightning and a heavy rain, suddenly burst upon Baltimore at 1:30 p. m. yesterday, coming from the southwest, with the net result that eleven persons lost their lives, hundreds of houses were unroofed, trees in the public parks and streets were torn up by the roots, many buildings damaged and several people injured. The storm exhausted its fury in less than 13 minutes. The damage done in the business part of the city was comparatively slight, being confined to the blowing down of signs and injuries to loofs. It was in the residence portion of the city along the river front and in the harbor where the wind spent its violenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 July 1902

YMOUTH WEEKLY EDITION. Recorder' Office febOl VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 8 1 , 1902. NO. U BUNE FL .ff LfiWIHLABORSTRlKES Official cf the U. M. W. Sued for Libel Because He Posted Men as "Unfair" BAIL BOOT) OF $12.500 DEMANDED Which Is Promptly Supplied Loads Coal in Secret Other Legal Novelties Reported. Wilkesbarre, Ta., July 2C. J. F. Mullahy, secretary of the Stationary Firemen's Association of Pennsylvania, was arrested here yesterday charged with libel. Twenty-five complaints had been lodged against him by men who are now employed in various capacities by the coal companies in this section. It is alleged that Mullahy bad printed a circular containing the names of the prosecutors. He classified them under the head of "unfair1 workmen, and then, so it was claimed, posted them In conspicuous places throughout the region. Two women testified that they saw a man who looked like the defendant put up the circulars on telegraph poles near their homes. Magistrate Polloc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 July 1902

Gbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901.' HENDRICKS & CO., Publisher. I'elepnone So. 27. OFFICE la Bissel! Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. HIVcüTlSlNÜ KATES will be mad knows on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance ii.50; Six MonthsS75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.dellverei at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., July 31, 1902. THE STATE TICKET. Secretary of State. DANIELE. STOKMS. Auditor of State. DAVID E.SHEUR1CK. Treasure: of State, NAT U.HILL. Attorney General. CHAKLE3W. MILLER. Clerk Supreme Court. ROBERT A. BROWN. Superintendent of Public Instruction, F. A. COTTON. State Statistician. BEN J. F. JOHNSON. State Geologist. W.3. BLATCHLEY. Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, JoUNH.GIi.LETT, Judges AppellateJCourt, FRANK R. ROBV. U. Z. WILEY. W.J. I1ENLEY, JAMES K. BLACK, I V. COMSTOCK. W. E. BOBINSON. COUNTY TICKET. Representative in Congress. ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRICK ' Representative, PET...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 July 1902

HARMOriY THE THEME Of tho Address Delivered by VV. J. iBryan at the Nantasket Bez.ch Meeting:. ALSO NAMES A PET7 OF THE ISSUES Doth Past and Present Carmack Gives His Views on Expansion, Fast and Present. Boston, July 25. Nearly 4,000 Democmts gathered at Nantasket yesterday and participated In the' "harmony" meeting, .arranged by the New England Democratic Leagu?, the new political organization which is expected to develop its strength in the fall campaign. Mayor T. A. Collins, of this city, acted as "moderator," as he expressed it, and presented in order Edward 31. Shepard, of New York; Senator Edward W. Carmack, of Tennessee, and "William J. Bryan, of Nebraska, who exiKJunded and discussed the issues of this campaign to the marked satisfaction of the audience. Colonel W. A. Caston and Charles S. Ilamlin, rival candidates for the Dtmocratic gubernatorial nomination in Massachusetts, were both present. while Lewis Nixon, of New York, ar.d Representative "Wilson, of that state, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 31 July 1902

XEbe TEtibune. Est4fclikd October 10. 1901. tl ENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, letepuoue No. Ml, OFFICE In Bisscll Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. IDVIBTISIXG HATE 8 will b mad known on appUeatioa. Erjtert d tbe Postoffiee at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: .One Year In Advance fi.50; SI Months cents; Three Months 40 cents.deItvered at any postoffiee. Plymouth, Ind., July 31. 1902. The man who finds comfort in belonging to the so-called democratic party could dine on a basket of dry thistles and swear they tasted good. One difference between Bryanism and Cleveland ism is that the people dropped one before they tried it and tried the other before they dropped it. It is reported in Washington that Congressmen Watson and Landis aie in more demand as stump speakers outside of Indiana than any other men in congress. Tbe socialists of the Thirteenth district held a convention at Elkhart Monday ami nominated Elliott T. Anderson as their candidate for ...

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