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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 December 1902

i 1 1 L i 1 4 I ' X I u 5 Vi if 1 vl 1 1 ') . f - - ; v . I FOR THE HOLIDAYS ONLY 200 Sets Rogers Bros. 1847 Knives and Forks .3, ONLY 4) Look out for imitations. None genuine unless they bear the trade mark 1847' Rogers Bros. Most complete line of Nickel Plated Ware in the county. Call and see the iine. Buck's Cash Hardware Leader in Zhc Tfribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Pymouth, Ind., December 18, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIR DNE mudt be i" before Tuesday noon to ln ure tneir appearance in the issue of thtw week. 3 A I CC A I MPIAC A Herbert Brvan is on the sick list. Circuit court convenes next Monday. Mrs. Ezra Barnhill is improving slowly. Dr, Burkett has returned from his hunting trip in northwestern Tennes see. Mrs. Wm. Grimes, of Denver, Ind., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ed Saline. Mrs. Benjamin Switzer is lying at the point of death at her home north west of this city. Mrs. Amsley, has returned to her home after a visit of a few days with Mrs. J. D...

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 December 1902

GETS READ! FOR WAR While He Proposes That the Trouble Shall Be Submit ted to Arbitration. PLAN OF VENEZUELA'S PRESIDENT Puerto Cabello the Center of Interest Threatened with Bombardment. Missouri Statesman Solicitous About the Status of the Monroe Doo - -- trine Xo United States Warships Needed Cfc- Tet Awhile. m; London, Dec. 13. A dispatch to The Daily Mail from "NVillemstad, Curacoa, elated Dec. 11, says: "The foreign resi dents of Puerto Cabello are taking refuge on board the German cruiser Vlneta and the British cruiser Aniadne, and these vessels an threatening to bombard the port" Washington, Dec. 1 -After putting men at work fortifying Puerto Cabello and La Guayra, calling out every Ven ezuelan between the a?es of 18 and 50 years, hurrying mijitary material to the two threatened ports, ar- GRAND CFXTKAL PALACE. CARACAS. resting all r.ritih and Germans .at Puerto Cabollo (but releasing those arrested at Caracas), seizing British ship, and generally showing his will ingness to ...

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. — 18 December 1902

H I I i i ? 4 n - 3 ' I 3 'i 14 i li STOVES! For every and Come and see KSTLBY öt HESS-? Leaders in Good Goods and Low P ices XEbe TCtibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., December 18, 1902. Advertis iapr.:s to appear In TDE TKIB CNE meat be In before Tuesday noon to In sure tnelr appearance In the issue of tba week. TloHTnIwsT TTTT TT TTTX'rtJ Tit VTTTTrf The average Indiana farms contains 97.4 acres and its value ir sfc 3,793, The matron of the Iva. isko coun ts intirmarv brought a c'uiid to Hriglit side Thursday afternoon. Calvin Bachman slipped while load ing piokles at Grovertown Thursday and has a badly sprained ankle. Mrs. George Edwards, formerly Miss Ella Wiltrout, has returned to her home at South Haven, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur White, it Chicago, have been spending a ew days with relatives in this vicinity, Mrs. Rena Reisner, police mairon of Indianapolis, brought an elc en year old boy to Brightside Thür day evening. D. W. Albert has returned to hi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 December 1902

GOHETO HER GEHERAL Widow of General U. S. Grant Passes Away After Several Months of Illness. GOES TO JOIN THE SILENT MAJORITY Whither Her Soldier Husband So Long Preceded Her Only One Child Present. Was'hin?toi), Dec. 15. Mrs. TJ. S. Grant widow of President Grant, died tit hfr rpshlpiir- In this Htv nt 11 'IT p. m. yesterday. Death was due to heart failure, Mrs. Grant having suf fered for some years from valvular disease of the heart, which was ag gravated by a severe attack of brou- Uns. C. S. GKANT- chltls. ITer a?e prevented her rallying from the attacks. Her daughter Nellie Sartoris was the only one of her chil dren with her at the time of her death, her three sons, who had been sum moned here, not having arrived before she passed away. Change fop the Worse on Friday. Mrs. Grant had been suffering with a severe attack of bronchitis for some time, and then kidney complications developed, a sudden change for tiie worse in her condition occurred late Friday night and she grew wors...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 25 December 1902

I A ; . ID) LYMO Kec'or'der'g OSce febÖ3l THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN MARSHALL COUNTY VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1902. NX). 1-2 y BUNEo THE M a. A M. Sw nananSBBTZ M 4 '. i i: I - $ if JOB HE DOESN'T WAHT President Not Thirsting for Fame as Umpire in an Inter national Row. BUT WILL AOT IK EE VENEZUELA Provided the Allies Will Hare No One Else John Ball Formally Declares War. Washington, Dec. 23. President Roosevelt has not accepted the posi tion of arbitrator of the Venezuelan controversy. In fact, when the official day closed he had not received, formal ly or officially, a request from the European powers that he act as ar bitrator of the dispute. These state ments are xn.ide on the highest authori ty. The only other development of the imbroglio yesl&rday was a formal dec laration of war at Trinidad, B. W. I., against Venezuela. In an Informal manner the president has been notified that the European powers intimately concerned in the present South Amer...

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. — 25 December 1902

XEbe Tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnoue "o. 27. JFF1CE la Blsssll Block. Comer Center and Laporte Street. liVKKTI81N(i KATES will be mw) snowi on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. . The Only Republican Paper in the County Plymouth, Ind., December 25. 1902. United States Minister Bowen now has charge at Caracas of the interests of Great Britain, Germany, Italy and Holiand, besides those of this coun try, lie is the most manifold minister on record. Commercial affairs in the Philip pines seem to be looking up. Not withstanding the depression of silver and the constant fluctuation el its value, the great lack of labor and means or transportation, an epidemic cf rinderpest among the cattle and a strict quarantine because of the cholera, there was considerable in crease in tiie trade ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 25 December 1902

! ? f! ) Ei OF W A R III SIGHT That Trouble in Venezuela Cert Probably See Its Finish . Pretty Soon. OASTEO C0N0LUDE3 TO SUBMIT Being So Advised by the Principal BnsinessMen of Caracas.. Hatter Is to Go to Arbitration, Vene zuela Haying Put Her Cat e into the Hands of Minister Dowen. Neir York. Dec. IS. The following is from Caracas, dated Dec. 17. "It has been decided that the Vene zuelan difficulty shall be arbitrated, and the discussion of terms of settle ment is now going on. United States Minister Bowen undoubtedly -will be one of the arbitrators. The govern ment fears that coercive measures will follow the establishment of the block ade, Caracas, Dtc. IS. Indications here are that Venezuela will yield to the demands of the allies. The leading citizens of Caracas have addressed a Joint note to President Castro ask ing him to give full powers to United States Minister I'owen to effect a ter- SZ3BET.T W. BOWEf, XT. 8. SffiflSTEB TO VCN'XZCEIjA. inination of the present difficulty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 25 December 1902

Zbe tribune. EaUbllshed October 10. Wol. HENDRUKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 5J7. JFF1CE la Bissel! Block. Comer Center tnJ Laporte Street. 4UVKBTI8IN(i BATES will b md ww on application. " Xntered the Poatoffice at Plyxuouth. Ind.. if second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year tn Advance $.y; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered tt any postoffice. The Only Republican Paper in the County Plymouth, Ind, December 25. 1902. Dewey's fleet is so distributed that it may said tourround, at a short distance, the blockading ships of Ger many and England. Tue arrange ment is an excelleut one for an Amer ican celebration of Christmas in the Car ri bean. Bv refereace to our news columns it will be seen that Hon. Charles F. Griäta of Hammond, is dead. No man in Northern Indiana had more friends than he had, and his death in the pjime of life seems a great loss to the state. Hundreds of friends in almost every county in Indiana will feel al must like they had lost a r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 25 December 1902

OWN G 0:-TH;E. F.RlE DURING THE HOLIDAYS 3 : YICTÖR .' Talking Machines & Records irr. Call and Hear Them at Bock's Cash Hardware Leader in Low Prices. XEbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth; Ind., December 25, 1902. Advertisement to appear In THE TKIB- DNE men be In before Tuesday noon to 1d ure tnelr appearance in the Issue of tba week. VI ll,Llf liili I & LOCAL NEWS&f Hrt TttiT it A Merrr Christmas to all our read ers. D. C. Cole is visiting his daughters at South Bend. , Mrs. Ed Saline is -visiting her par ents at Denver, Ind. Mrs. C. E.Smith and children spent Monday at Valparaiso. . Mrs Thomas Hirnes and son are vis iting relatives at Warsaw. Erastus ness visited J. O. Hess in S uth Bend, over Sunday. Glenn Seybold is visiting relatives and friends in South Bend. The dagoes went to Chicago to visit Harry Burns is visiting at Args. Mrs. Wilkinson is visiting relatives at Rochester. Mrs. Lucy Phillips and son are vis iting at Argos. Joseph unase. or ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 25 December 1902

L 110 1 IFIFD Venezuela Learns What Ports the Allies Have Determined to Put Out of Business. BHUTOP IS TO BE3IU TOMORROW Uncle San Has Some Very Dangerous Ships Close By. Shafroth and John Ball on the Guar anty Platform Together Ger many Worried Over the Feeling Here. Caracas, Dec. 19. It has been learned from r.n official source that the allies yesterday notified the Venezue lan authorities at La Guayra of the blockade, to become effective tomor row at 3 p. in., of the ports of a La Guayra, Fuorto Cabello, Coro, Ma racaibo, Carupano and Barcelona. London. Dec. 19. The Brussels cor respondent of The Daily Telegraph says that Germany is supporting the claims of Belgium against Venezuela, which amount to $1.230,000. Caracas, Dec. 19. President Castro has clothed Minister Bowen with full powen to effect a settlement with Great Britain, Germany and Italy. Bowen simpiy awaits the consent of the United States state department to assume this task. Shafroth Would Give u Guaranty. "Washingto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 25 December 1902

l i i r r l ) ) ) ) 1 STOVES! For every and Come and see o HSTLEY Leaders in Good Goods and Low Prices TLbc tribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind. December 25. 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIB UNE mcjt be In before Tuesday noon to In sure tnetr appearance in the Issue of tha week. ' rr I LOCAL NEWS & Mrs. J. S. Btokesley and two boys went to Chicago last Thursday for a visit of a few days. Mrs. Jonathan Pickerl, of Argos. who has been seriously ill for several weeks seems to be improving slowly. Prosecuting attorneys are preparing to ask the legislature to fix their salaries In every county or district in the state. Mrs. Frank Fertig spent Thursday at Argos. at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Shindler, who has been sick for sometime. Mrs. P. II. Ball and little son, Leo, ha 'e returned from their visit of sev eral weeks in Ohio and with relatives at Columbia City. The lower house of congress has passed the bill appropriating a half million dollars for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 25 December 1902

ENGINE GOES OH ATEAR Before, It Stops There Are Two Wen Killed and Two Train Wrecks. HOW IT HAPPENED IS L MYSTERY 1 Railway Kmplojea Want State Train Inspectors Young Woman Commits Suicide. Libert, Ind., Dec. 23. One of the most peculiar wrecks in the history of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day toa road occurred near this place short ly after 3 a. m. yesterday. An en gine, used as a hill engine on the hill east of Liberty, ran wild and collided with freight trains on the east and west sides of Liberty. Michael Foley, a brakeman, and Daytcn Osborne, a fireman, were killed, and Engineer Pat rick Callahan, of the pusher, was In jured. Brakeman Johnson is also among the Injured. Took the Bit In Her Teeth. The hill engine. In charge of En gineer Patrick Callahan, with Osborne firing, left here at 2:20 to push an east bound freight over the hill. The hill engine bad orders to return to Lib erty and take siding for a through freight When Callahan and his engine reached the siding, Callahan...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 January 1903

. S 4,- e-" Tv-- 1 THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN MARSHALL COUNTY VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUA11Y 1, 1903. NO- 13 BUNE ü K 1 i i jv. A. r f 7 j i ! f , r t I DHE CUBAtl PROBLEM That May Do Solved Through Ihe Proposed - Tariff Conces-" sions to the Island. 13 SHE IEEE AITO UTDEPESDEHT? Germany Thinks Bo Will. Demand Similar Concessions Under the Favored Nation Clause. Washington, Dec SO. Considerable opposition is developing to the ratifica tion of the Cuban reciprocity treaty now pending in the senate.. It is not taking quite 'the form that the opposi tion to the Cuban legislation took last spring, but It is sufficient in substance to give concern to the friends of the treaty. From time to time, as oppor tunity offers, the president is discuss ing the matter with senators, particu larly those who are known to have ob jected to the enactment of legislation extending tariff concessions to the Cu ban republic. Two Classes of Senator Opposed. Several weeks ago it appeared ...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 January 1903

; ' 7 ' "be tribune. Established October 10, 1901. HENUkUKS & CO., Publishers. Teiepnone No. 27. jrFICE la Blsssll Block. Corner Ctntcr and ' Lsports Street. 1DTE2TISIN9 RATX3 will be mad known on applieatioa. rntereü lue Postofliee at Plymouth, Idä.. ae ieeoüd class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $.50; Six Months 75 cents; Thret Months 40 cents, de llvered at any postottce. The Only Republican Paper in the County , Plymouth. Ind., January 1, 1903. But for the Monroe doctrine Ven ezuela would pass into European bands territorially. The South Americans can see now that there Is but one re straining hand between them and the foreign war lords. - Even J. Pierpont Morgan is feeling the effect of the coal famine. A ten ant in one of his houses has sued him because the house was not kept warm enough. Thus do the rich sutler alike with the poor. President Roosevelt continues to disappoint the predictions of those critics who thought be would prove headstrong and impetuous. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 January 1903

CiULjtllllSBO Loses No Time on Arrival in South Africa in Beginning His Mission. XN00IS0DT SOME MILNEB GOSSIP Pleads with the People to Cultivate Friendship, Forsettin; Old Wrongs and Irritations. ' Durban, XataL Dfc. 27. Colonial Secretary Chamberlain and Mrs. Cham berlain, who left Portsmouth, England, Nov. 25, on board the armored cruiser Good Hope, landed here at 1050 a. m. yesterday. They received a warm welcome from large crowds of peo- pie. vi ae sytrwucs tuauc vuuiu berlaln In the course of the reception function were notable for their strong. x- S HARBOR Or DtTKBAX. tone of conciliation, and his expression of confidence in Lord Milner, British high commissioner in South s Africa. Bearing in mind, seemingly, the ru mors that his visit would lead to the displacement of Lord Milner, Cham berlain declared his belief that his vis it would have the effect of strength ening the hand of Lord Milner, who he hoped would be as great in con ciliation as he had been in the main tenance ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 January 1903

EtabtUb October 10. 1901. MbNDRlLKS & CO., Publisher. Telepnone No. 157. jmCE In BlsstU Block. Corntr Center and " Uiporte Street. S.DVE2T181N0 RATES will be made knovc on application. Entered me Puttoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. . seciud class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yr la Advance 1.50; SI Months cents; Three Months 40 cents, de . (rvcrei at any postoffice. - The Only Republican Paper In tbe County Plymouth, InA, January 1, 1903. The Mexican ambassador at Wash ton, confirms the report that his country is preparing toadopt the gold standard. . . In England, France, Germany ana throughout Europe there is a chorus of praise for American diplomacy in bringing about a settlement of the Venezuelan affair by The -Hague tri bunal. . . ' 'Rear Admiral John C. Watson de clares that the United States must enlarge its navy to keep pace with widening interests. He thinks the present congress should authorize the building of six new fighting vesswls. King George of Saxony, has ordered the prep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 January 1903

a. 'I 1 i 1 1 r 1 V (SARD My trade during the past year has been the largest I have ever enjoyed, for which 1 desire to extend thanks to all of my patrons. I believe that this is the result of the low1 prices and the excellent value that has governed in every salt... This palicy I propose: to continue during 1903 and invite ,my;oi Jy .customers ard all others lo visit me when in need of anything in the hardware line'. ' With best wishes to you and.yours and the compliments of the season,. 1 remain, v : Yours thily, n H. E. BUCK, The Cash Hardware Man. . Leader in Low Prices. - Zhe TEtibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertisements to appear in THE TKIB CNE mat be 1 before Tuesday coon to In sure tnelr appearance In the Issue of tha week. Plymouth, Ind., January 1, 1903. I , LOCAL NEWS & . Vertt Wymer spent Sunday at Bour Don. Kollo Leonard has returned to Chi cago. . ., . . J Herbert - Vöries spent Sunday at Sooth Bend. J . Charley Turner made a business trip to Chicago M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 January 1903

PLOT OF THE GHOULS They Had Schemed to Steal the Body of General Harrison for a Reward. EOW 1HEIB PL AUS WERE BAPFLED According to a Letter Received at Indianapolis Serious Wreck on the RailNotes. Indianapolis, Dec. 2G. In a letter received by tbe police superintendent, a . detailed story of a plot to rob the grave of ex-President Benjamin Har rison was given by a man named Wal lace Simras, and tbe police are now looking for the writer and will investi gate the matter. The letter states that Rufus Cantrell, who is now under indictment-for stealing bodies, was to rob the grave of the ex-president, and convey the body tn the office of a lo cal physician. Dotal la of tha Conspiracy. A rumor of theft was to be put in circulation, and after it was confirmed by the opening of the grave it was supposed that a reward would b of fered by the family for the body. In the meantime, the body was to be placed in a physician's office, and aft er the reward was offered it was to be taken to the cou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 January 1903

iOVES! For every and all kinds of fuel Come and see our large stock 6 7XSTL.EY St HESS?- Leaders in Good Goods and Low Pices f Zbe ZEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear La TOE TKIB ONE out be In befcre Tuesday noon to ln ure tnelr appearance In the lssoe of tha week. Plymouth. Ind., January 1, 1903. I ä LOCAL NEWS & Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kleinbenz are visiting in Obio. Misses Bertha and Minnie Hillsman are visiting at Peru. Peter Emenacker is home from Michigan for the holidays. Mrs. Paul Bucher spent Christmas with her daughter, at Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hand are vis iting relatives east of Bourbon. Mrs. A, J. Petcher, of Bourbon, spent Chrismas with her son in this city. Charles "W. Mattingly is now fore man of a printing office at North Liberty. Miss Nettie Matz, of Bourbon, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harley, in this city. ' Mrs. Sophia Greiner is visiting her son, John F. Greiner, at South Bend this week. . Mr. "Wagar, of Valparaiso, spent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 January 1903

I THE TURKISH WOMAN. jIer Friday Excursions on the Sweet i Waters of Asia. Friday Is the only day on which i Türken women enjoy a little liberty j and release from the dreadful seclusion 'In -wljtch they are always kept, and they jre not slow to avail themselves of thfr chance. On Fridays every one goes to the Sweet Waters of Asia, j which consist of a small river running about two miles Inland, with trees and .meadows on each side. Hundreds of i boats assemble and glide tip and down the river. Every boat or caique has' itwo or more Turkish ladies on board. The sight Is a very fine one. as each' jprivate caique Is most carefully got up, and the boatmen wear brilliant liv eries to match the cushions and the long embroidered cloth which hangs over the stern and trails In the water. The khedivah of Egypt Is one of the' finest. In crimson and gold, embroid ered with crown3 and fishes. Besides the liveries the parasols make a won derful show, and here may be seen all the latest Parisian ...

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