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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 13 November 1902

nn - " i&DER IN HOT RIFLES and AMMUNITION Special Sale on Single Barrel Breecli ' Loading Shot Guns Next Week. Buck's Gash Hardware Leader in Low Prices Zbe TEribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., November 13. 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIB UNE meat be In before Tuesday coon to lb ure their appearance in the issoa of tba week. V-JUfc. i. a jUlXlJIXA $.11. I JJXXXV 2 ä LOCAL NEWS & Mr. II. J. Greenlun spent Sunday in Fort Wayne. Miss Maud Covert visited over Sun day in South Bend. Frank Rumley is quite sick at his home at Donaldson. Mrs. Simon York is vkiting rel atives in Argos today. Vera Wjmer spent Sunday evening with friends at Inwood. Mrs. Sarah Adams is visiting- her daughter in South Ilend. Misses Bertha Bowell and Lotta Love are visiting iu Argus. Dr. Sherman Johnson, of Bremen, spent Sunday in Plymouth. A! 'J'.ough has moved back to liy moutl' from Michigan City. Ora Switzer, of Inwoxl, visited with friends in this city evening. Judge ...

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. — 13 November 1902

POSTOf FICE ROBBERY Two Cases, One of Which Did Not Pan Out Well for the Thugs. DYNAMITE IS USED OH A OHUEOH Gossip Starts About the Speaker of the State Assembly Women , Baffle Politicians. Brazil, Ind., Nov. 8. The general merhandise store of John T. Miller, at Cloverland, this county, in which the postoffice Is located, was entered and robbed by four masked men Thursday night. Robert Gabbert, a young man, who was returning home at 2 a. m., saw a man iu the store and entered it. He was covered by the burglars revolvers, one of them standing guard over him, while the others blew open the safe, securing $75 in stamps and $25 in cash. Ihne "Were Not Good Shots. They also took all the merchandise they could carry. George Moore, who lives near, and who was awakened by the expiosion, attempted to stop the thieves, and was met by a volley of shots from the revolvers of the thives. lie was uninjured. The thieves escaped and their identity is unknown. This is the second time within the las...

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. — 13 November 1902

STOVES! STOVES! For every and all kinds of fuel Come and see our large stock o ÄSTLEY St HESS Leaders In Good Goods and Low Pices o TLbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., November 13, 1902. Advertisement to appear In THE TKIB DNE mcdt be in before Tuesday noon to in sure tnetr appearance in the issue of tba week. I & LOCAL NEWS & Miss Lizzie Miller is home frem Chi cago for a visit with relatives. Mrs. McCoy, of Bourbon, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Garrett in this city Wild jreese are living s uth indica tin that, there is cold we itlier north of us. Mrs. Jane Davis, of Bourbon, has gonr to Pittsburg to spencrthe winter with her daughter. Peter Rivar who resided eight miles east of here. has sold his Tarm and moved to Alabama. Mrs. Smith, who has been visiting at II. Ilumrichouser's, returned to her home at Piercer on Thursday. Daniel Deeds has retuined to his home in Warsaw after a visit of sev eral days in this city with Iiis son, Dr. Deeds. Ilenry...

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. — 13 November 1902

ALAII MASON'S PERIL Crows Greater Daily of Dying a Man Condemed for Three Foul Murders. BELLEB OF THE WATOHES FOUXD Cay He Got ' Tbem from Mason, Whom He Picks Oat from Among Seren. Boston, Nov. 10. After having given out Saturday night the confession made by a young negro, George L. O. Per ry, with reference to selling the watches taken from the murdered women Miss Clara A. Morton and Miss Agnes Mchee the police admit ted yesterday that Perry declares that Alan G. Mason is the man from whom he received these articles. This ad mission of the police was made just before youn Terry was taken to the Jail in East Cambridge, where Mason, the prominent Boston man under ar rest on the charge of killing Miss Mor ton, is confined pending a hearing In "the Cambridge court. In one of the Jail corridors Perry positively identified Mason as the man who had given him the two watches. Mason, by neither look nor word, betrayed any knowl edge of having seen Perry before. . How He Cmiue Into the Cue....

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. — 20 November 1902

7 PLYMOU BUNEo .11. coWvn THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN MARSHALL COUNTY. VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1902. NO- 7 VERY BUSY FOR BOTH Was Yesterday in the Strike In qirryfor Wayne McVeagh and Mitchell- THEIB CONFLICT WAXES WARM XaTvyer Fays a Compliment to the Strike Leader's Ability. Questions of the Day Deal Mostly with Boycotts and Violence and Their Effects. Scranton, Pa., Nov. 18. In the presence of as many persons as could be jammed into the superior court room yesterday Wayne MacVeagh, for the Erie company, and John Mitchell, for the miners, continued their struggle in the cross-examination before the anthracite coal commission. The fourth demand of the union, which calls for a yearly trade agreement, and which means a straight out recogni tion of the union, was the bone of contention, and when Mitchell parried a question regarding the boycotting of a coal and iron policeman by a hotel keeper, the . distinguished - attorney threw up his hands, laughed, an...

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. — 20 November 1902

Übe XCttbiine. EUMUh Ocf hmr 10. lOI. HliNDHlCKS & CO.. Publisher. Teiepnone Jls. ZT ,FFJCE la BltMll Block. Carter Caatar aad Laaorta Straau tUVKUTlSIKQ EAT 5 will taada kw on application. Zatereä tbe Poatolfiee at Pit aoeta. lad.. i aecond laaa aiaitar. SUBSCRIPTION: Oae Yar ta AItmc S.; Stx Moataa ti ceat: Tare Moataa a ceata. la thraral at any poatoflc. Plymouth. Ind.. November 20. 1902. The Only epaDlleae Paper la the Coaaiy Officials are takiag eteps to haataa the negotiations for lüo reciprocity treaty now pending between the United Stales and Cuba. The tweoty-nlne states carried bj Wie republican la tbe recent elect loa would cast 31 i electc Totes, or a majority of 164. ltepuolican pros pects fur 1004 seem fairly good. Official statistics enow that there la $29.36 cash in tircalation (or every inhabitant in this eountry. If you hiven'fc got yoirs, Jti somlng to yoo and you can get it by going to work. The solid West" la the term ap plied to tho Western states since the ...

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. — 20 November 1902

scar m no m Alleged Ghoul, White lUn. Ar rested and Put Under D&II at Indianapelit. OAHTBELL J0G3 HI3 POOB MEMORY Polle Obtain Nw Adnlntmi Mur derous Amultoi as Engineer SLat Nw Notes. Indianapolis, Nor. 13. William Mof fit, an alleged grave robber, waa ar rested at his home, 918 Roach. North Indiana pells, at an early hour jester day. Moffitt was implicated by Kafua Cantrell, Sam Martin and John Me- Endree. II is white, abont 53 year of age, and has a family. It is said that be baa been in tbe grave-robe Ing business for nearij a quarter of a cen tury. The detecüve say that he was employed as a janitor In 'one of the local medical college? a few years ago. The detective hare been getting evi dence against Mofltt for aevtral days. They bare bad bis name on their list since the investigation against the ghouls was begun. tMlnU IdanMflM Stfltl. Moffitt refused to talk, but denied that he knew Cantrell and the other ghouls, until he was confronted with Cantrell and other negro ghou...

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. — 20 November 1902

TZbe tribune. ; , 1 V ' ' Ef blUbed October 19. 1901. ENDR1CKS & CO., Publishers. Tele tin one .No. .'157. OFFICE la Bi$ell Block. Cort.er Centir nd Laporte Street. ' w tTtl-r HATfcÖ will b mo kduwi "n application kiitereU tut Pustoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. .- ecuLiU class waller. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Month 75 cents: Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postotece. Plymouth, Ind., November 20, 1902. The Only Republican Paper in the County President Roosevelt 1ms made ..d suggestion to his cabinet officers and all irovernment officials. He asks them to make their reports short, stating facts, giving figures and all needed information in the fewest words possible. If the republican legislature and executive officers Mil maintain the hih standard of the past the party w.ll increase itsmaiorities, bat should tn-iV forget and be led to adopt policies which cannot be defended, its power will wane as it should. Considerable comment has been rrade over the decr...

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. — 20 November 1902

BUCK'S m IUI mi THE LADIES are invited to call at our store between I p. m. and 9 p. m., November 22nd. to see a Rochester Electric Chafing Dis'u in operation, also to sample and learn how to make a delicious sugar candy. We. will have on display many tine, serviceable pieces of Rochester. Ware beautiful things for the table, convenient and durable ware for kitchen and laundry. Anv Pocket Knife, Carver, Butcher or Kitchen Knife left at our store November 21 will be sharpened Free of Cliatge. THE GENTLEMEN are invited on Nov. 22 to ex amine a fine display ot Robeson Cutlery, showing over 1000 different styles of Razors, Pocket Knives, Shears, Scissors, Carvers, Butcher and Kitchen Knives. Robeson Cutlery is made to suit you in pattern and price, with an edge always ready for use, and is sold un der an unqualified guarantee of perfection. November 22 will be the dav to select the very best in Tea or Coffee Pots, Trays, Baking Dishes. Chafing Dishes, Etc. Also in Pocket Knives, Razors,...

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. — 20 November 1902

ÜJlICOGIIIffiil One of the First Things President Mitchell Strikes for Before, the Commission. DEUAHDS IT IH HIS OPENING Zlinen Leader the Chief Figure To! the Day's Inquiry. Tells Over .gatn In the Form of State ment and Testimony the Case of the Strikers Salient i Features. Scranton, Pa., Not. 15. Tbe anthra cite coal strike commission yesterday began the hearing of testimony by which It will determine whether or not the workmen are receiving fair and just wages for their labor and wheth er their conditions should be improved. The star witness for the miners President John Mitchell took the stand in the afternoon and when the commission adjourned at 4 p. m. he was still under the fire of cross-examination by David W. Willcox, general counsel of the Delaware and Hudscn company. It was a trying day for tbe miners leader, but he seemed to stand the test welL 4 Notabl Day for tb Region. The opening of the sessions was a notable day In the annals of the law In the upper anthracite regi...

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. — 20 November 1902

STOVES! For every and Come and see fHSTLEY S: HESS Leaders in Good Goods and Low P ices TEbe TEtibune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., November 20, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TDB TRIB UTE mcjfe be la before Tuesday noon to in are tnetr appearance In the lssue of tba week. 'eeefcfr eo afcaf I & LOCAL NEWS ä J tTTTTTI TT TTTTTTTT TTTTTtI James E. Houghton i repainting all his houses In thl my. Mrs. Oscar M.vhlan is visiting rel atives at Tlowv this week. Harry HumrJchouser is here for a short visit with his parents. Miss Clare Carver has returned to Argos after a visit in this city. Eli Bowles, of Mixhawaka, a former resident of the Argos neighborhood, is wriously ill of typhoid fever. Miss Dollie Moore, of South Bend, visited Wednesday afternoon and over night with friends in this city. J. M. Lowrr, of Walnut," was a Plymouth rlsitor Thursday and made a pleasant call at ihe Tribune office. Rev. J. A. SinningiT has resignad as pastor of the U. B. church at ...

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. — 20 November 1902

HAS DiSÜEREÖ COAL Which, if It "Pans OuV Solves the Fuel Problem in the Ga3 Belt. FABM HAND WHO VAS GRASPING Wanted $23 to Tell His Secret-Sur- Eeon Contracts to Build a W New Nose Notes. Wheeling, Ind., Nor. IS. There Is more excitement here now than since the railroad was built through this sec tion. It is believed that there is a bed of coal underlying this part of Dela ware county, and that it extends over into Grant county. If this be true, the farmers around here say, the fuel question in the pas belt is solved. The town of Matthews, two and a half miles from ere, in Grant county, is located on the land formerly owned by William Slater. The town is the head quarters of the Chicago and Indiana Eastern railroad and is a manufactur ing place' of ?bout 4,000 population. Farm Hand Found the Coal. In 1803 Slater got from the cr'k nearby a lot of stone out of which he built the foundation for some houses. An investigation was made to see if there was stone enough for irora mercial pu...

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. — 27 November 1902

YMOUTH UNE THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN MARSHALL COUNTY. VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1902. NO. 8 PL TP' B HAVANA IS PARALYZED Except the Street Gars There Is Nothing Running in the Capita! of the "Pearl." STRIKE HAS A GEL? 05 TEE CITY Riots Take Place In "Which One Man Is Killed and Four Score Are Irjnred. Havana, Nov. 23. As the result of conflicts of a serious nature yesterday between the police and the men on strike here two strikers are dead and eighty-two other persons are wounded. Five of the wounded one a lieuten ant of police, whose throat was cut by a striker have very severe injuries. Eight other policemen are wounded. The police have the rioters well under control, but every precaution Is boing taken to prevent a further outbreak of disorder, and all the police and ru ral guards la the suburbs have been summoned to concentrate In Ilavana. Held Up the Electric Cart. The strike, which at first only con cerned the cigar workers, became gen eral yester...

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. — 27 November 1902

Gbe XTcibunc. LstablUbcd October 10. 1901. tiBNÜkICKS & CO., Publishers. n lepnoue No. '2.1, OFFICE in Bissel! Block. Corner Center Laporte Street. and KAThh will be made int-wi on piUcHtion. Tnt-rt-d the Post office at Plymouth. Iod. second class mailer. Hi- SUBSCRIPTION: One Year .n AJvance $1.50; Six Months 73 cents: Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postottice. Plymouth, Ind., November 27. 19C2i The Only Republican Paper in the County The revised list of the next congress elect shows that it will consist or 203 republicans and 173 democrats, with out a single populist. The official returns of the recent election in Mississippi show that the total vote In eight congressional dis tricts was 13,078. The election was a farce. Bryan des not see anything in the recent elections to change the political situation. He is right. It was practically all republican before and it is, if anything, a little more so now. The lily whites who are kicking up a row d.iwn South might as we...

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. — 27 November 1902

BACK TO FIRST HANDS Seems TaBethe Destination of tha Anthracite Mine Strike Matt sr. BEW PROPOSAL IS PÜT FORWARD By Which the Dispute May Be Settled by the Parties Interested. 'Suggestion of a Ten -Days' Hecess of tbe Commission That the New Scheme May Be Given a Trial. Scranton, Pa., Nov. 22. The in!ne workers, through their representatives, have asreed with the mine owners to attempt to adjust the differences ex isting beiwwen them outside the an thracite coal strike commission. The proposition was made on a compromise basis, and negotiations, it is expected, will be at once entered upon with a reasonable iiope of settlement. The rouph proposition which is to form the basis of negotiations 13 a 10 per cent, increase in wages, a nine-hour day, and trade agreements between the miners and the company by whom they are employed. The only one of the four de mands not touched upen is that of the weighing of coal by the legal ton. Terms Stated Are Only a Iiasio. While both sides have expr...

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. — 27 November 1902

übe Utibune, Established October !d. 1901. HENDRICK.5 & CO., Publishers. telephone No. 27. v f-FICE in Bltsell Block. Corner Center "and Leporte Street, cI16lNto HATtb will b mkOi kuowl on spplioatiob. Entered toe Postoffice at Plymouth. Iod.. as secoDvi class mailer. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in AJvunce ii.50; six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de litered at any postoffice. Prymouth. Ind.. November 27. 1902. The Only Republican Paper in the County Testimony of noted German doctors who attended Herr Krupp shews that the iron king did not commit suicide, hut succumbed to a stroke of apoplexy induced by mental excitement over charges published by Berlin paper. A strong anti-trust measure to con trol unlawful and harmful organiza tions of capital is now being devised by Attorney-General Knox, and an ef fort villi be made at the coming session of congress to make it law. It is hinted that the reason why the animate coal operators finally consented to a private settlement with ...

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. — 27 November 1902

SPEC IT ÄO HELL SALE DC 3 Saturday. Nov, 29, 1902 Every person buying a box of Loaded Shells, I will give five extra Shells. Buck's Gash Hardware Leader in Low Prices TLhe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind, November 27. 1902. Advertisement to appear In THE TRIB UNE meat be i before Tuesday noon to in jure tneir appearance In the issue of tba week. I LOCAL NEWS TTTtTtTTtTttTTttTTTttI TT Peter Gast is visiting in South Bend this weet. Samuel Keely visited over Sunday io South Bend. William Everly and daughter, went to Chicago Monday. J. H, Machett, of Bourbon, was a Plymouth visitor Monday. Judge Capron is assisting JudgeBer neatha at Rochester this week. Rev. W, ri, Lineberrvishome from an extended trip in eastern. Indiana. Jacob Holem is home from North Dakota where lie spent the summer and fall. Union Thanksgiving services as the Presbyterian church commence at 10 o'clock a. m. Mrs. Ray Bennett is visiting her Bister, Mrs. Earl VanKuren, in Elk hart this week....

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. — 27 November 1902

ÄSTO MinERS' HEALTH Strike Commission Strikes That Branch of the Anthracite Investigation. DOOTOES ARE PUT ON TEE STAND And Tell of the Disease of the Coal Diggers and Their Effect Tax Story That Makes Thera i Laugh. Scranton. Fa., Nov. 21. Ex-"Representative Wolverton, counsel f r the Reading Coil and Iron company, con tinued his Toss-examination of Her. Feter Kobens yesterday before tlie strike commission. The question of arriving at a fair price on rock in con nection with raining, Dr. Roberts said, was one that could be adjusted only by the mine employes and the com panies. He said It was far from the truth to characterize the operators as hard-hearted and unjust and os seek ing constantly to grind men diwn to the last penny of wages, as had been charged. Wt l verton read a long ab stract from Dr. Roberts' writing, which recited numerous- Instances cf vio lence, intimidation and boycott com mitted by the members of the union, particularly the Slavs, during the 1900 strike. Docto...

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. — 27 November 1902

4 " STOVES! For every and Come and see RSTLEY , Leaders in Good Go Z)c TIribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind.. Ncvtmbcr 27. 1902. Advertisement to appear in THE TKIR CNE meat be I bfure Tuesday noon to In sure tneir appearttie in the issue of th f Ä LOCAL NEVS ä g Mrs. A. Hoppe is at Larwill this week. Miss Jennie Shadel is visiting in Culver. All the railroads give Thanksgiv ing rates. Emanuel Trice is at work in Don aldson this week. William Plummer and family have moved to Meutcne. Thtte is nothing melancholy about these November days. Mrs. M. E. Johnson, of tnis city, is visiting relatives at Rocnester. Charles B. Tibbetts and family are preparing to move to California. Mrs. Lydia Appleman is visiting her niece, Mis. Mary Johnson, in Argos. The train going north on the Vuri dalia at 8:46 in the morning will here after carrv mail. Mrs. Richard Brakel went to Long cliff Thursday to see her husband. His condition is unchanged. A lawsuit at Sycamore. 111., has re ...

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. — 27 November 1902

CURRENCY PROBLEMS Meet Business in the Philippines and Seem Now to Have a Strangle Hold. CRY TOR A STABLE CIRCULATION Goes Up from the Merchants Gen. Miles' Adventure on a Stranded Ship. ManEa, rs'or. 24. Silver has suffered a further decline In value. The gov ernment has Issued a proclamation making the official rate 2ÜO for 100 gold; the former rate was 250. The possibility of the adoption by the Straits Settlements of a gold standard, and the reports current that Mexico Is about to abandon the silver stand ard, have greatly weakened the Indian and Asiatic silver market. Large quan tities of Mexican silver are coming here from China, as It is believed that much geld Is being circulated here on account of government expenditures. The fact that United States tiade is going to China, and the losses in sil ver, are seriously affecting the Insular treasury and business Interests gener ally. Congressional Action Wanted. The rapidly changing rates embar rass the business houses, making i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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