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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 September 1902

4 - t (r A GOOD TIME BAVIS'opNEVIM STRICTLY PURE WHIT Only $6.50 Strictly Pure Linseed Oil always at the Lowest Market Price. I handle nothing else. BUCK, The Cash Leader In ZEbe TErtbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., September 4 1902. Advertisements to appear la THE TKIR- ÜE meat be in before Tuesday noon to ln ure tnetr appearame in the issus of tha week- ITToCALNsTf Master Suit C. Lambert I? visiting S at Argos. !, Mrs. Xewhouse and daughter Hazel 5 are visiting at Arnos. i I Claude Soice is expected home from j the Philippines in a few weeks. : Frank Chaney and family are vlsit- ing relatives and frienas in Michigan. t Mr. and Mrs. John Flaharty, of Ft. Wayne, visited over Sunday in Plym outh. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Glass are vis iting their daughters at Wabash this iweek. Richard Tea had two horses badly injured Saturday on wire fence of the pasture. I Miss Pearl Krouse, who has been 'employed here, has returned to her home at Argos. There were heavy & ,s ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 September 1902

ROOSEVELT' ADJURE In Behalf of a Settlement of the Strike the Anthracite Region. PUBLIO ALLIANCE DESIRES PEACE Disappointed at the Stand Taken by Financier Morgan, It Turns to the President for Help Gen. Gobln Issues War Orders to Ills Troops Quiet in West Virginia. Wllkesbarre, ra.,Aujr. SO. The Tub Hc Alliance, of this city, which has been endeavoring to bring about n set tlement of the coal strike in the inter ests of the business men of the an thracite region, has sent the following appeal to President Koosevelt: 'To the Tresident of the United States: Sine? the inception of the bar barous and senseless struggle In the anthracite coal region we, the r.on- eombatmits who stand upon neutral ground, have suffered the Inevitable fate of such unfortunates. Th tide of battle ebbs and flows over and about us. We have endured patiently. We have petitioned humbly. We nad hoped for much upon J. I. Morgan's return. Rut now, after a struggle of four months' duration, a period of suf fering ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 September 1902

Barb and S Another carload of Smooth and Barb Wire, and a car load of American Fence. The only Fence made that contracts and expands with the weather. Always the same. Get our prices before you buy. mm V. ASTLEY AND SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low TLhc Zfrfbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, hil, September 4 1902. Advertisement to appear In THE TKIB DE meat be ii before Tuesday noon to In sure tnetr appearance In tbe issue of tba veek. I ä LOCAL NEWS & f City schools open Monday, Sept. 8. Hoy Bailey, of Peru, is visiting rel atives in this city. Dr. Knott has returned from a vis it of a week in Nebraska. Mrs. John Ileckart has gone to Mentone to visit until Sunday. It is now reported that Alaska has the greatest copper mime in the world. Mrs. L. M. Styles and son, Albert, visited Mr. Styles at Rochester Thurs day. Mrs. Paul Ilauk, of Adrian, Mich., is visiting at Henrv Hauk's in this city. Prof. II. B. Brown, of Valparaiso attended the teachers' institute here today....

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 September 1902

unuviv iiiü I llüllIÜ Senator Fairbanks Delivers a Notable Address At Kansas City. LABOR MUST BE FREE With All the Prerogatives Which Pertaiu to Fretdoni What Organ ized Ls-bor Has Accomplished. The Serious Problems Attendant Upon Foreign Immigration Con ditions Are Growing- Better. Kansas City, Mo., Sept 1. The la bor organizations of Kansas City united in a notable observance of la bor's holiday. An imposing procession in which thousands of wage-earners participated, was the feature of the morning. At the afternoon meeting, held in a grove near the city. Senator Charles W. Fairbanks, of Indiana, was the guest of honor and the speaker of the day. He was heard by a large aud.'ence. which received his address with every mark of approval. Senator Fairtanks said: "Mr. Chairman, members of the la bor organizations of Kansas City, fel low citizens: We do well to celebrate Labor Day. It is fitting, indeed, that one day in all the year should be dedi cated solely to the interests of labor;...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 September 1902

MOUTH BUN WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 1 , 1902. NO- 50 ST.L 0 PLE CAUSEOFHER ILLNESS Given Away by a Man Who Seems to Know of What He Is Talking. To All the Parties Principal to the Great. Coal .Strike to Call It Off. Clarkshill People Co in Proces sion Against the tellers of Tanglefoot. As the Direct Result of the Action of Germany in the Hay tien Troubles. Scheme Which Gives Points to Made Plain When the Surgeons Of Those Dastardly W oman Kill Anything Extant of the City Boodle Kind. - Lay Bare the Inside of ings Husband Threat ens His Wife. Her Stomach. EASOALS S WOEE THEIE LIVES AWAY MUBEELLTHE ABSENT IS RETURNED PICKETS DO A DEEP OF MURDER BRASS 3 AND IS IN THE PAEADE KAISEE'S GUNBOAT PANTHEE ACTS OUEIOUS THINGS AEE tOUND THEEE SAD EXPERIENCE OF TWO SISTEES PL TRI T O D O L UG OUIS BOODLE SM A 1 CHURCH MARCH ONTHEDEIviOH C T ROT K WATCH MOTHER J 4 i 'Tells a Story, to Scare the World'. Fair People. .And Cause Them to Sit Up Nights and Watch...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 September 1902

ftbe Tmbune, EstiblUhed October 10. 1901. ti ENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. L'eiepiioue Ho. -7. OFFICE In Blssell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. k VEUT181NU KATES will be made known on application. Intered the Postoifice at Plymouth. led. secimi class matter. as SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Monih$;7S cents; Three Months 40 cents, de Uvered at any postothce. Plymouth. Ind.. September II, 1902. THE STATE TICKET. Secretary ut täte, DANIELE. feTOKMS. Auditor of State, DAVID E. SUEKK1UK. Treasure! of State, NAT U.HILL. Attorney General, CHAKLSs W. MILLER. Clerk Supreme Court. ROBERT A. BROWN. Superintendent of Public Instruction, F. A. COTTON. Stute statistician, BENJ. F. JOHNSON. State Geologist, W.. BLATCliLEV. Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, JOIIN H. G1LLETT, Judtfts Appellate Court, FKANKK.ROBY, U. Z. WILEY, ; W.J. HENLEY. JAMEa K. BLACK, D W. COMsTOCK. W. E. hOBINSoS. COUNTY TICKET. R preentniive in depress, ABRAHAM LINCOLN Ii KICK Ke preventative, FE...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 September 1902

..- ' 4 1 .J i a -i V I ISLEAPPEAR-S DOOMED "Terrible News Comes Again from the III Fated Island of Martiniqua. AWTCJL LOSS OF LIFE ESPOETED Ship Brings the Story That Tot Pc lee Claims 2,0C0 More. lore Than 1,500 Now Said to Have Been Killed ty L.ast Week's Ca tastrophe France Pro Tides Relief Money. Paris, Sept. o. The Paris edition of The New York Herald publishes a dispatch from Pointe-a-Fietre, island of Guadeloupe, dated Sept. 4, which says that constant detonations heard there last night indicate a terrific vol canic eruption on the island of Mar tinique. Thick, black clouds were seen the southward of Guadeloupe, and the heat at Pointe-a-rietre was intense. Castries, St. Lucia, B. W. I.. Sept ü. The Itoyal Mail steamer Yare ar rived here last evening from tb isl and of Martinique. She brings the re port that a violent volcanic eruption occurred there Wednesday night, and that about 2,000 persons are said to have perished. Larj;e numbers of peo ple are leaving the island. Poln...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 September 1902

o II be tribune; Established October 10. 1901. tl ENDRICKS & CO., .Publishers OFFICE In Bissll Block. Corner Center Laporte Street. and vtiallslM? KAlhO will be UM tuul on application. Vnttrtd iLe PostofEee at Plymouth. s-ecoud class matter. Ind.. as SUBSCRIPTION: One Ye.r in Aivanc $.50; Six Months;7j cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoff.ee. Plymouth, Ind., Septem ber II, 1902. As this is comparatively an off year in Ohio, John R. McLean & giving Toru Johnson a good deal of rope. When McLean opens his bar'l in ser ious rivalry, Mr. Johnson will have a dizzy sensation. . -' ; The fact that anthracite coal is be ing imported from Europe by the big dealers in New York will go far to wards settling the strike in this coun try and reducing the retail price of the article. The Washington Tost .n independ ent democratic paper savs that Tom L. Johnson met about as much oppo sition iu the Ohio convention as a man usually does when he is called to shave a corpse. T...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 September 1902

IT A GOOD TIME DÄVIS'orN EVJ WS' STRICTLY PURE OLD PROCESS WHITE LEAD Only $6.50 per 100 Lbs. Strictly Pure Linseed Oil always at the Lowest Market Price. I handle nothing else. BUCK, The Cash Leader In Zhc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind.. September II. 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB DNE m est be "in before Tuesday noon to in sure tnetr appear am e in tbe Issue of tha eek. IXl6calTTewsT Ed win Mayer, of Chicago, spent Sundav in this citv Ferdinand Spahr had three sheep kille i bv dogs last week. v ' ' ' Dr. Weiser, of Tyner, thinks of lo cating near Petoskey, Mich. Over $5,000 was taken out of Plym outh by the excursions last week. Miss Ida Heater has returner1 from a visit with her parents at Kewanna. W. V. Clifford, of the Schlosser creameries, is speeding this week at Hanna. Miss Hope Erwin, of Bourbon, stopped here Monday, on her way to Indianapolis. George W. Stewart, marshal of Knox, was in Plymouth in full uni- form Monday . Mr. and Mrs. J...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 September 1902

a mm M M TS Gaston's Ministers Get Rid of All but a Single Saloon in That Place. OBUSADE AGAINST SLOT MACHINES Mayor Who AVill Depend on Kind Words for Order Indiana Stete News. Gaston, Ind., Sept C As a result of the crusade- that has been made for several weeks by the ministers of the town against the Gaston saloons, the four saloonkt eiers asked for a conference with the ministers, to see what could be done to end the strife. After the conference the ministers in formed the saloon men that there was but one saloonkeeper In the town that was operating legally, he being Ben jamin Itartlett, and the others were notified that affidavits had been filed against them in the federal court. Minister Act the Sleuth. Gaston ministers recently played the part of detectives, and slipped into sa- , loons mat. were operauug uunng legal hours. The ministen say that .n.,i,a -ni r ilu-.n all saloons save one will now be driven out of Gaston. At the conference of aloon men and ministers the former ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 September 1902

Barb ant! Smooth Mire Another carload of Smooth and Barb Wire, and a car load of American Fence. The only Fence made that contracts and expands with the weather. Always the same. Get our prices before you buy. JOHN V. ASTIEY AND SON .headers in Qood Goods, Low Prices and Full Weights. XTbe ZCribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., September 11 1902. Advertisements to appear In TUE TRIB ÜNE mcit be In before Tuesday noon to In jure tnelr appearance In tLe Usue of tba week. 1 OrAI NFYN . j LVVxttL. 1 1 1 f i O -o j, At t tT-TTI ttttittTK cijj w ...JU4J to the president was not serious. Miss Marie Hendee of Anderson, Ind., is visiting at James W. Thayer's. Iowa democrats rejected resolutions reaffirming the Kansas City platform. Mrs. Homer was called to Warsaw j Thursday by the serious illness of her aunt. I l rosts in tne norm srariea a scare j Harry bernetha, of Rochester, dera in the grain market and wheat, 00;,-,,; candidate for 1udre. was in and oats went up. A br...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 September 1902

IIEG01TI0IIS FUTILE Gov. Stone Goes to New York City to Talk Up the Strike " Settlement. " But succeed?; in doing kothiik Pierpont Morgan Will Not Interfere l?oosvelt'8 Position. ' "', New "Yprk, Sept. 10. Gov. Vm. A. Stone, of Pennsylvania, who came to ii.!. 'i i - l jsr M. J 1-- ims ciiy auu uiuue uu tuun uunii;; yesterday to see what could be done towards settlkig the anthracite coal strike, returned to Ilarrrsuurg. l"a. last night without apparently having been able to accomplish a settlement. There were rumors afloat that the gov- WILIJllf H. TBXTESDkZM. ernor's visit had results, but George W:' Perkins, of J. P. Morgan & Co., denied that there was any change In the situation. Word to the same ef- -...nr. -! . 1 1. I ,l!otnn.n telephone from President Truesdale. of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad, who is out of town. - Morgan Decline to Interfere. Governor Stone was accompanied to the city by Attorney General Elkin, of Pennsylvania, and Senator Flinn, of Pitts...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 September 1902

PLYMOUTH BÜNE Jmnr:a- -it LI 11 Ii Recoidet'e Office l ebOl WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1902. NO- 50 t 1 r SURPRISE III POLITICS Speaker Henderson Declines His Eleventh Unanimous N im ination to Congres'.. DISAGREES WITH THE I0UA IDEA !His Letter of Declination Gr-en in Its Full Text. . .President and Senatorial tdvtsors Agree on No Itevlslon of th Tar iff Result of a Coa fai ence at Ojster Day. Dubuque, la., Sept. IT. The follow ing letter addressed to Hon. C. E. Al brook, chairman of tie notification committee, Eldora, " Ia-Is published: My Dear Sir: I have never an swered the kind notice communicated by you and your associates, advising me of my nomination for the eleventh time l-y acclamation as the Republic an candidate for congress for the Third congressional district of Iowa. DAVID n. UESDNRtjOS. Reported conditions In the public mind in my district upon public policies in duced me to take this delay. Since my return to the district I h...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 September 1902

XTbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, reiepiione Ho. 'JIT. OFFICE la Blsscll Block. Corner Center nd Laport Street. .UtViBTltUNb KATEÖ will b midiino on spplication. Xntered the Poetoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. second class maiter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $.50; Six Monthsl7S cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, IrkL, Septerr.bcr 18, 1902. 12ie republicans of Texas have bur ied tteir differences under a desire to bury the democrats. The democrats of Colorado show .sone zigus of reformation. ' They re fute to fuse with the populists. Senator Morgan thinks the trusts might be controlled by taxation. It may be; there are few things that taxation can not do. Think ot that combination of St. Louis boodlers taking a solemn oath in which they c d to appeal to Al mighty God. hat became of ihe oath they VjoL when assuming the duties of the offices to which they were elected? The . Louisville Courier-Journal makes a...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 September 1902

FIRES Id THE WOODS Coast and Cascade Ranges for Hundreds of Miles Swept by Ftames. HAffY PEES0N3 IN GREAT DANGLB Some Fall Victims and Others Are Missing Much Property and Timber Destroyed. Portland, Ore., Sept 13. Forest fires are burning over the Cascade and Coast ranges from British Columbia to the California line, destroying mil lions of feet of timber, many farm houses, and barns and much live stock. Two persons are known to have lost their lives, others are missing and scores are hurrying to places of safety. At Bridal Veil, Ore., the rainier saw mill and the Brewer mill were burned. Elsie Palmer, -proprietor of the Palmer mill, was burned to death, and a man named Trickey is missing. About forty mill hands are In danjrer of being sur rounded by fire. On Mill Plain, near Vancouver, eight farm houses were destroyed, and Mrs. Hendricksen and her two children are missing. Fires Pres on Every Side. In Washington the town of Enum claw, on the Northern PacJöc, in King county, Is In ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 September 1902

M. LAUER d6 SON She TEtibune. EUblUheÄ October 10. 1901. ttENDRIwKS & CO., Publishers, teiepiioue No. 127. OFFICE In llssell Block. Corner Center ni Laporte Street. w Vcnl lblNü äAT&b will b wmi tuowb A -tppiicatioD Iniert-d tbe Pustoffice at Plymouth, Ind.. as see-j iid class mailer. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months.7S cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered it any postoftice. Plymouth, Ind., September 18, 1902. REPUBLICAN MEETING. The Hon. Charles W. Miller, candi date for attorney general, will address the public on the issues of the day at the Centennial Opera House, Plym outh, Saturday Sept. 26, 1902. Every one invited to hear the Issues ably dis cussed by one of Indiana's best ora tors. You must jude a political party by what it does, and" not merely by what it says or by what pirt of its members wai t dene without being able to secure it. There seerts to be no cms? for ap prehension b?caise of the condition of the money market in Xew York. If the s...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 September 1902

Hanges! Hanges The largest assortment of flanges in the eoanty to select from. fio faney prices, and every stove guaranteed as good as is made Call and see them. BUCK, The Gash IiEADEH IN XEbe ZEribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., September 18, 1902. Adrertisements to appear In THE TKIB CNE mot be 1 before Tuesday noon to In sure tnetr appearante in the issue of tba week. I & LOCAL NEWS Rev. W, E, McKenzie goes to Lafay ette next year, W. II. Love transacted business at Bourbon, Monday. Misses Flora Koontzand Meta Kuhn are visiting in Bremen. Rev. A, P. De Long is Plymouth's new Methodist preacher. Leander Southworth and Charley Ulrich spent Sunday at Elkhart. Mrs, A, Massena and children, of Linkville, are visiting at Warsaw, Martin Albert is visiting the family of his brother at Elkhart this week. Charley Kitcheyof Donaldson, vis ited triends in this city Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrv Richev, of near Lakeville, visited relatives in this city Sunday...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 September 1902

STONE AIID MITCHELL Governor and Strike Leader to Have a Conference Over the Anthracite War. PLEA OF THE IWLE'S ALLIANCE Heard by the Governor, Who Says Nothing, Except "Thank You" Quay Call on Baer. Wilkesbarre, Ta., Stpt. 12. Presi dent Mitchell completed arrangements yesterday for a flying trip to Phila delphia and Harrisburg. At 8 a. m. today he met a committee from the state legislative hoard of railway employes of Pennsylvania, and at 3 p. m. he will leave for Philadelphia, where he will address the United La bor Councils of that city. Tomorrow morning he will start for Harrisburg, where he will hold a conference with Governor Stone. He expects to re turn to Wilkesbarre tomorrow even ing. People'! Alliance Sees Gov. Stone. Harrisburg, Pa.. Sept. 12. Governor Stone yesterday gave hearing to a com mittee of the People's Alliance on the subject of the str'.ite. The chief spokes man was Daniel J. McCarthy, of llazle ton, who said the People's Alliance represented the business peop...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 September 1902

0 (fir MalleableRange Exhibit September 15th to 20th, 1902 Everybody cordially invited to call and see the range in operation. Biscuits and Hot Coffee served all week at our store. Ob J. V. Astley & Sons ' . XTbe TEtibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., September 18, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIB UNE mcjt be In before Tuesday noon to in sure tnetr appearance In the Issue of tba week. V UttttlttjllLilly I LOCAL NEWS & Miss Bertha II ills man is visiting at Columbia City. Miss Louise Ball has gone to Pierce ton for a visit of a few days. The enrollment of the city schools is thirty more than the enrollment last year. R. C. Kloepfer has returned from New York with an immense stock of new goods. Dr. Edward J. Ball, of Valparaiso, is visiting his mother, brothers and sister in this city. Misses Maggie and Mary Sloan have returned to Chicago after visiting rela tives in this county. Mrs. Henry Taber went to South Bend Thursdav to see her son John, wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 September 1902

MEN TVVlCt Wf.h Hl II till I i-U The Whippers Being Whitecapc, Who Are Severe orv Two of . Their Victims. CIVILIZATION III WAEHIOX COUKTI Treacher Mobbed Because lie Spok Plainly Palmer University Open State News. , Nashville, Ind., Sept. 17. Mat Stur geon ami wife, vho were recently whipped by whiU-caps. near Iiloom'ng ton, are still being pursued by the "regulators." Sturgeon, who returned to Brown county after the first whip ping, was taken out and switched Sat urday night. William Caldwell, who was so brutally whipped by white caps on the night of April 22, was again dragged from his bed in the night and switched. The first Cald well whipping was the most brutal that the whitecaps in this part of the state had ever been guilty of. Ca of Brutal Outrage. While returning from a social . he was overpowered, stunned by a blow on the head from a revolver, and, with a rope' around his neck, wa dragged and jerked nearly a mile, lie was taken yft the road to a hollow, tied to a tree, the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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