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

i PLYMODTM rv'U RIB IG 1 -1 . - THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN MARSHALL COUNTY VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1903. NO- 14. '4 -'J- vi i i ( ; f v m t. I BLOCKADE iSTO GO Oil No Let Up on Venezuela Until an Arbitration Agreement Is Reached. 0A8TE0 HELD TO HEED PEODDETG All of Which Accounts for Recent Seizure of Venezuelan Craft by the Germans. Berlin, Jan. 6. The allied govern ments' determination In the case of the Venezuelan blockade appears to be that pending the signature of the arbitration protocol the blockade with in the limits agreed upon shall be sharply applied. Hence, unless the preliminaries for arbitration are ar ranged Immediately, action similar to that adopted at Porto Cabello will naturally be taken at other ports. By making the blockade felt, it Is claimed. President Castro's decisions will prob ably be hastened. There is also an impression that President Castro ought to hare a taste of the allies power while making up his mind, as a com pletely e...

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. — 8 January 1903

Zbe Utibune, Established October 10. 1901, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers.! lelepnoue No. 27. JFFICE la Bltseil Block. Comer Center od Laporte Street. 4XY EBTI8IN Q RATES will b mad known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. m 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., January 8, 1903. One trouble with the proposed reciprocity treaties Is that nobody thoroughly understands them. Their results are entirely conjectural. Marconi is preparing to Install a wireless transcontinental system through Canada. His experts are now eo route to the Rocky Mountains to study atmospheric conditions. City of Mazatlan, Mexico," has been -visited by genuine Asiatic plague. Disease is spreading, and thousands of the residents are deserting their homes and goinjr into the country. Great alarm exists in neighboring towns. The Northern In...

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. — 8 January 1903

El YEAR S EVENTS Annual Reception at the White House Sses 7,000 Persons - in Line. HEOALLS A LONG-AGO PUNOTION TTaen the Sound of the Hammer Hin glcd with the Faaiares. Sow the Day W'm Celebrated In Far Away Delhi, the Historic East i Indian City. Washington, Jan. 2. President Roosevelt's New Year's reception was one of the most brilliant rents In Washington's recent social history. All callers were afforded tne opportunity of greeting the president and Mrs. Roosevelt and exchanging with them the compliments of the New Year. No distinctions were made except such as were rendered necessary In preserva tion of order; and the greetings ex tended to ail high and low, rich and poor were n J Ike cordial and sincere. The general public, for the first time, had an opportunity to see the widely heralded improvement In the White House improvements which when completed will have cost about $600, 000. Taking m Look Backward. Just 102 years ago President John Adams and his wife opened the White ...

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. — 8 January 1903

LAUER & SON ISbe Uribune. Caffctfrh OctobT 10. 1901. - ' HEN'JKKKS 6 CO., Publishers. telepnone Ko. -7. OFFICE la Blasall Block, Comer Canter and La port Stria-.. - tuVK&TlBlNtt HATES will be mdo Known on application "Catered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yr In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents: Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. The Only Republican Paper in the Couaty Plymouth. Ind., January 8, 1903. The Boston Chamber of Commerce has adopted a resolution advocating general tariff revision and approving suggestions of President Roosevelt for establishment of a permanent tariff commission. While there is still a good deal of official hope in Washington that the Cuban reciprocity treaty will be ap proved by the senate, the unofficial opposition to it hasn't flung any white flags to the public breezes. .. Charles Page Bryan of Chicago is to be made minister to Portugal, and to be succeeded as minister to Switzer lan...

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. — 8 January 1903

A CARD. My trade during the past year has been the largest I have ever enjoyed, for which I desire to extend thanks to all, of my patrons. I believe that this is the result of the low prices and the excellent value that has governed in every sale. This policy 1 propose to continue during 1903 and invite my old customers and all others to 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, , Yours truly, H. E. BUCK, The Cash Hardware Man. Leader in Low Prices. Zbe ZEtibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisement to appear In THE TRIB ÜNE mcü be In before Tuesday noon tola iure tnelr appearance in the Issue of tba week. Plymouth, Ind, January 8, 1903. I ä LOCAL NEWS'ä I V. P. Kirk spent Sunday In PlynQ outh. Miss Gertrude Soice has returned to Chicago. Albert Hume returned to Winona this morning. ' Mrs. John Ruff has returned from her visit at Fort Wayne.:. David Swigart, of Culver, was a Plymou...

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. — 8 January 1903

SYSTEM IS TO BLAME Evansville Judge "Found Out" Doing Something That Is Common in Politics. BO THE EDITORS SEEM TO STATE Accused Man Collapses and Brother Is Also 111 Farmer ' ts. Oil Man Items. His ETansville, Ind., Jan. 2. Jndge Louis O. Rasch, who has admitted that he accepted money from men "whom he appointed to positions In his court, la prostrated over the turn his affairs has taken and Is In the care of a physi cian. At his home Is his brother, Ed ward II. Rasch, who has been pros trated by worry orer the publicity of the Judge's actions. Physicians who are attending the two men decline to discuss their condition. Edward II. Rasch ended his term as county re corder Thursday, and turned the of fice over to his successor, Theodore Kevekordes. Pabllor4ntlaiat I Divided. Judge Rasch was under a physi cian's care and nothing further rela tive to his affairs was given out. The public sentiment here is divided. Some people believe that the Judge should get off the bench, while other...

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. — 8 January 1903

TOVESI For every and Come and see HSTLEY &t HESS Leaders in Good Goods and Low Prices ftbe fltibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TQE TKIB UNE mxM be in before Tuesday noon to In sure tnetr appearance In the Issue of tba week. Plymouth, Ind., January 8, 1903. I a LOCAL NEWS & Mrs. Beerbower is visiting In Fort Wayne. Peter Emenaker has returned to Mishawaka. Mrs. Thornberry Is home from Col umbia City. Elmer Glass and family, have moved to Fort Wayne.. Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Ball spent 2sew Year at Valparaiso. Richard Brakel was returned to the asylum at LongcllfT Friday. A. Kline, of South Bend, spent New Year's In Plymouth. Albert Webber will commence buy ing stock again next week. . Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Ball visited in Chicago Thursday and Friday. John A. McLean, has returned from Sault St, Marie, Michigan. Miss Lydia Blubaugh and her moth er are home from Jonesboro. Ind. Leopold M. . Lauer, has been re appointed pnecuting attorney here. Edgar ...

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. — 8 January 1903

WHERE IS DUDLEY AT? oheriftalty of Sullivan County Seems To Be a Matter of Much Uncertainty. GIBOUIT JUDGE STANDS BY DUDLEY County Commissioners Hit Him Hard A One More Ghoul Given Away ', by Cantrell State Notes. Sullivan, Ind., Jan. 6. That the au thorities and people of Sullivan coun ty means to recognize John F. Dud ley as sheriff of Sullivan county was indicated yesterday morning when the January term of the circuit court opened and Judge A. 3. Harris recog nized Dudley as sheriff. Dudley Is per forming the usual functions of the sheriff about the court But his case received a body blow when the coun ty commissioners held a session and turned down his claims for $200, due him as' sheriff of the county. While the commissioners have not said what they will do in allowing claims to the sheriff. It is understood that they will not recognize Dudley as that officer. Dudley has not filed his bond for his new term. ' ' Thing Ar Pretty Badly Mixed. ; Notwithstanding that the county cler...

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. — 15 January 1903

TP' 11 K. THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN MARSHALL COUNTY VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1903. NO. 15 PLYMOUTH Ii n id. WERE FOHD OF RESTS Wsre the Anthracite Miners if the Tcstimony of the Dosses Is Correct.:"' " ; HOLIDAYS WEBE VEST NTJMEE0U3 Union Inflnence on the Pay' Work Was to Limit the Amount ' Done, They Say. A - ., ' Philadelphia, Jan. 13. The proceed-, lng before the anthracite coal strike commission yesterday consisted prin cipally of the calling of witnesses by the Ivejaware and Hudson company to tell of the conditions existing In and about its collieries, and to refute cer tain testimony presented against the company when the miners side was being heard. In the absence of Chair man Gray, who Is ÖL Brigadier Gen eral Wilson again assumed the duties of chairman. The first witness yester day was Abel I. Culver, of New York, controller of the Delaware and Hud con company. His, direct examination brought out nothing new beyond what he had stated on Saturday...

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. — 15 January 1903

LAUER & SON EsUblUbed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publisher. telephone No. -7. OFFICE In Btssetl Block. Corner Center and Laporte S tri au KüTlHINt RATES will be mde Knowc n kp plica ioa. Zntereil the Poetuffice at Plyroonth. Ind.. as J second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One ar in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Month 40 cents, de ' llverei at any postotf.ce. . U T , - . . I 1 ' - T The Only Republican Paper in the County Plymouth,-1 nd.i January 15, 1903. The remaining public lands are tne heritage of tbe people. It is the duty of our national lawmakers to see to it that the people are not deprived of that heritage by land monopolists:- No more shocking aud disgraceful revelations of class persecution and proscription have ever been made than those before the anthracite strike commission concerning the persecution of nonunion men by union strikers. They are enough to make one's blood boil. The governor of Pennsylvania in his annual message says the recent m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 January 1903

Ulli 0!1THE DEFENSE LWely Incident of the Investiga tion of the Strike in the L Anthracite Regions. GRAY AND MITCHELL IN AEGU2IENT On the Question of the U. M. AV.' lie eponsibility for the lleijjn of Terror. rhibdelphij, Jan. 9. A feature "of the proceeding before the coal strike commission yestertMy was the excep tion taken by President Mitchell to a remark made by Chairman Gray that he would like to see the miners' un ion come up out of the mire into the sunlight. The miners president said the union shockl not be indicted un less a connection could be shown be tween it and acts of lawlessness. The head of the commission replied that he did not wish to indict the organiza tion, but hoped it would disentangle Itself entirely from the violence and lawlessness committed during the strike. Parker Ralici as lata. The Mitchell incident was brought about by Commissioner Farker. An thony Ferguson, of Mahanoy City, out side foreman at the North Mahanoy colliery, of the Philadelphia and Rea...

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. — 15 January 1903

tEbe TEtibune. EctablUbed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnoue No. 27. JFFICE In Bisscll Block. Corner Center and Lapone Strtt.. ADVERTISING RATES will b made known . on appUoation. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, ie Itverei at any postoffice. The Only Republican Paper in the County Plymouth, Ind., January 15, 1903. This winter's experience with the fuel squeeze adds decidely to the pub lic desire to regulate the trusts. Congress should lose no time in locating the huge profits that stick fast somewhere among the coal oper ators. Developments in Wall street are considered favorable in spite of irreg ularity in prices, easier terms for money being most encouraging symp tom. As private individuals, companies, corporations and syndicates are nov buying up Indiana coal lands in large quantities, what is to prevent the state purchasing and holding a few thousand acres on its own account? A coal reservation might...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 January 1903

r:.:;;c !:r:::. " I . . . Mr. and Mrs,Simori ,B. Nussbaum ,mam TT 1 PER CASH TEbe TEribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in THE TRIB UNE mcit be in before Tuesday noon to in are tnelr appearance In the Issue of tha week. Plymouth, !nd, January 15, 1903. -....... ........ I & LOCAL NEWS & g Miss Angle Houghton spent Monday in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Simons have returned from St. Paul. . Jesse Aliraan went to Chicago. Mon day to pa retire-goods. ' Chicago was the coldest of all the big cities Sunday. , Mrs. F. J. KeMey is' visiting at Baltimore, Maryland. Tern Wymer spent Sunday with friends- at South Betid. Mrs. Sheets, of. Troy, Ohio, Is visit ing at W. T. Leonards. Frank Thomas is now employed In Fay "Woodward's barber shop. Edwin Mayer, of Chicago, visited over Sunday with his parents in this city. The weather man does not hold out much hope for warmer weather to morrow. Rev. W. W. Lineberry Is visiting the M. P. churches in central Indiana this ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 January 1903

THE GOVERNOR'S DESSÄGE Cmtlemea of the Senate and Ilouse of llepresentatlres: The Sixty-third assembly of Indiana con Tenes at a time of universal prosperity. Peace, happiness and contentiuont more generally prevail than at the convening of any other session of the peneral assembly In the history of our coin monvrea 1th. and I jiVjx with the people of the state In re tnruin thanks to the Giver of all gifts for the pt-nerou bounty He has bestowed upon us all. Capital and labor are profitably employed nd mutually satisfied; Industrial and manufacturing enterpriyes are converting our reonrces Into products which are be ing carried into -very avenue of trade nnd commerce; the farm and factory are rich ly productive; railroad construction Is penin? new territory, and applied electric ity Is connecting our cities and towns into Close neighborhoods. . As a result of yonr deliberations I bo speak a session fruitful of just and con servative legislation along the lines of the state's needs. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 January 1903

STOVES! For every and Come and see HSTLEV S HESS Leaders in Good Goods a d Low Pi ices o Cbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Ad vertlsements to appear iu Til E TK1B DN E be ii before Tuesday noon toln- ture taetr appüaraiue :ln the issue of tua week. Plymouth, Ind., January 15, 1903. i LOCAL NEWS J Ice on Dixon Lake is eight inches thick. J J. W. Maxcy was looking after tru- ants of Bourbon schools Thursday. ; Benjamin E. Wallace, the circus? man, is quite ill at Iiis home in Peru. J Wm. Vantrees, residing southwest of Bourbon, died Jan. 6, aged 50 years. j Mrs. W. F. Ilerrold, who has been seriously ill during the past two months, is improving slowly. An eighteen-year-old boy at Hart ford City has become 'insane from smoking cigaretts and declares he will kill himself. A will made before the wsr has jusn been dug up at Wabah. It may af fect a lot of property and deprive some people of their homes. Mrs. J. S. Cresswell is visiting her sister in Chicago. She aud her chil dr...

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. — 15 January 1903

Illlvracic?, Jan. 12. Ti c:l:rs Vc-lctcrci 2 tzzz tzlz-? czto ct 0 p. o. ycitcrdir. r:-::;r cc-:rj cz- . y - HEW D0II1T ISSUE Who Has the Corner in Coal and Why Should It Be So Scarce. . 8IATE 80L0H8 GOIHG TO PIHD OUT Brazil Field Turning Out Tons of . , Black Diamonds Story of L Thirteen Note. Indianapolis, Jan. 13. In the Indi ana legislature yesterday the coal fam ine was brought cp by the introduction of a resolution calling, upon the two houses to Investigate the coal situation, and if it is found that an unlawful combination of coal operators and dealers exists to have persons responsi ble for the famine convicted." Senator Johnston (Dem.) introduced the reso lution. Mayor Bookwalter Issued : a proclamation last night asking for donations of fuel and money for the poor. Tf returns are not sufficient to meet conditions the city will appro priate $10,000 to buy coal for distribu tion, and if it cannot be purchased will ask railroad officials to confiscate it as it passes through...

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. — 22 January 1903

TliiPLYMQTOII 1 i i THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN MARSHALL COUNTY ;i A 4 S VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, l90H. NO. 16 i 1 It I 1 r 1 Is SOME OLD Sill Chicago's Special Grand Jury Indicts Forty-Four Men and Companies. BEASOff FOR THE SHOE! AGE IN CO AI Purely Economic, the Jury Sayn Gathering of the Miners fc w Strike Commission Report. Chicago, Jan. 20. Indictments against f orty-ronr combines, corpora tions and individuals were returned yesterday. Although held not respon sible for the present high price and scarcity of coal in Chicago and Cook county, twenty-seven fuel companies and seventeen dealers and operators were indicted by the special grand jury for conspiring to do injury to the pub lic by entering into combinations in restraint of trade. But this combina tion had nothing to do with the short age of coal, the cause of which the grand jury was empaneled to discover. Jut Happened on the Wickedness. In a long it port presented to Judge McEwen in the crimi...

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. — 22 January 1903

Gbe tribune. CatafctUhod October to. I9CI. . HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Tclcpnonp No. 37. jmCE la Elsill Block. Com? Cntr aad Laporte Strceu 1DTT2TISINQ BJLTE3 will b mad known on application. Entered tne Postoffice at Plymouth, Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year u Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. The Only Republican Paper la the Couaty Plymouth, Ind.. January 22, 1903. It is a large undertaking to hold up 76,000,000 people for one of the neces sities of life. The coal trust has roused the wrath of ; the people and must take the consequences. , , Railways of the United States plan to expend this year in betteiments and extensions about $3,000,000,000. Cen tral Passenger Association fixes up rate differences and agrees to maintain tariffs. President Roosevelt has espoused the interests of the people as opposed to the interests of corporate wealth. It remains to 03 seen if the people will stand by him or w...

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. — 22 January 1903

HUMS LIKE WIRE I lected as a site for the federaPbuIIdlng at Anderson, Ind., the property at the northeast corner of Eleventh and Jack son streets; price,' ?20,000. ' CAIIT FIRE THE WIRES GET COAL, SOME WAY n7-ri '0 FAIRBANKS ELECT OH LT South Carolina Statesman Be gins Stringing It and De livers One Section. AI3 THE AUTHORITIES ARE SLOW Could Hare Basted the Trusts Long Ago If They Had So Desired He Says. Washington, Jan. 13. Senator Till man began the stringing of his "live wire" yesterday, but gave only one sec tion of his attack on the -powers that te. He began by saying- that Aldrich, since the resolution (Vest's for free coal) came ub had become more stren uous, and had exhibited more feeling and earnestness than he thought him capable of. The energy of the ven erable and brilliant senator from Ml3- SENATOR TILLMAH- souri, Tllman said, had put a spur to the lapsing horses In the house of rep resentatives and those in the senate, who have been cold-bloodedly contem plating the ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 January 1903

M . LAUER SO N ONE PRIOE OUTFITTERO : flbe tribune. Ctxi,Uhd October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone .No. 27. JrFICE In Bltscll Block. Corner' Center and La port Street. tOVKKTlSINQ BATES will be mad known on application. Entered the PostoSF.ee at Plymouth, Ind.. as second class in alter. 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.. January 22.1903. Sott coal can co enter this conti try free, of duty for the first time in its history, as a duty was imposed up on coal In the first tariff. - . .". If. grand Junes and citizfens com mittees had beun the search ; after conspiracies, to prevent the mining anrj delivery of coat during last sum mer they might have discovered quit an extensive one. Officials of the war and navy depart ments declare that the extension of the eight hour law to all government contracts would cause endless . em- i ! -...

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