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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 16 July 1903

II BUGS! BU BUY- Q)flOö)? rmn 1 F UVJU UU Buck's-Cash Hardware Leader in Low Prices 0 XEbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appeat In TUE TKIB ChE meat be in before Tuesday noon to In ur tnelr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. July 16. 1903. 5 & LOCAL NEWS & I Mrs. S. E. Harris spent Monday in Argos. Mrs. Flo Fugle is visiting relatives in Lapaz. Emanuel Price 's spending a few days at Hibbard. Monroe Steiner transacted business in Lakeville Monday. ITenry Aukerman has gone to Chica go for a visit of a few days. Miss Lena Uaglev has gone to Chi cago to spend the summer. "We pay 15 cents a dozen for eggs- Hartman 's South Side Grocery. 39tf Mr. and Mrs. Louis McDonald were down from Chicago over Sunday. Carl Strom'eek has returned from a sojourn of five weeks in Michigan. Chew "Stronghold" plug. A perfect chew. Tags 1 cent each. 194-djtv6t Clinton Bondurant and George Fos ter went to South Bend this after noon. lOghtand Hill Byer...

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. — 16 July 1903

POPE SLOWLY DYING Bulletin Calls His General Condi tion Im proved--Faint ngAt tacks Do Not Recur. BTORF OF THE PONTIFFS ILLNESS He Gets Some Good Sleep Recovery Not Impossible Incidents i- Itome, July 8. the otüclal tuHctin of the poie's condition was Issued at 8:13 this evening as follows: The remainder of the day has passed without recurrence-of fainting attacks. The pulse is less frequent, but a little more iegular. The breath ing is calm and the general condition Improved. LAPPONI, : MAZZONr Home,. July 9, 5:25 a. m. The pope la asleep. The condition of his lungs Is not worse. There is as yet no sus picion of serum gathering again in the pleura," but the disorder of his kid neys is disquieting. During the early part of the night his holiness was somewhat restless. The occasional brief periods of sleep were disturbed POP! LEO XIII. From a late photograph., by difficulty in breathing. Pr. Lap poni and Pope Leo's valet, Pio Cen tra, did their best to nourish the patient at brief in...

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. — 16 July 1903

: lodern 1? 4 CKLL RND 7v V JUST ARRIVED If HSTLEY' HND HESS J 7" . TEbe XEtttmne. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertlsement to appear In THE TKIB UJiE meat be In before Tuesday noon to ln are tnelr appearance in the Issue of that week. Plyroocth. Ind.. July 16. 1903. J , LOCAL NEWS g 4 Mrs. W. F. Herold is visiting at Linkville. Albertus Simons has returned from Minneapolis. The Blue Ribbon Club has the hotel at Pretty Lake. Miss Maude Jacobson spent Thurs day la Walkerton.' Mrs. Dr. Durr. went to Rochester to visit relatives and friends. Miss Cleo Cooper, of Culver, is vis iting her cousin, Miss Myrtle Hunt. F. Bofinjjer, of Chicago, is at Pretty Lake, with R. C. Kloepfer and family- Charley Corbin and his daughter. Catherine were Chicago visitors Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. William Rice, of In dianapolis, are visiting at Harry Arm strong's. Miss Nora Rodgers went to South Bend Thursday n on for a visit of a few days. A. L. Sneaks, of Chicago, a former resident of Polk township i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 16 July 1903

BE fill! HEARER Death, Will Mrs. Johns, Without Making Herself a Subject for the Undertaker. DEEP DOWN A YOSEUITE CREVASSE be Drope Wblle Alone and Spends Fifteen Hours Next Door to Eternity. Yosemite Valley, Cal., July 15.- Mrs. Johns, of New York city, who has been staying in the valley for a few days, was . found in a dep crevasse back of Sentinel Dome. Mis. Johns had started from Glacier Point hotel to walk to Fissures, located some two miles from the hotel. Mrs. Lewis, the manager, of the hotel, cautioned her against going too far without a guide, and admonished her not to remain aft er daylight began to fail, as there was grare danger of losing the trail. Mrs. Johns did not return, and Mrs. Lewis realized that something had happened. Only a short time before Mr. Garron, of San Francisco, had missed his way over the trail, and nothing was heard from him until the next afternoon. Found Far Down m Ledf . No trace of the missing woman was found at night. Early next morning the sea...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 July 1903

We Give Tradiog Stamps for the Full (Amount of All Subscriptions to Tr)e Tribune. me ' Recorder' Office febOTs VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1903. NO. 42 PLYMOUTH BUNE. 1 THE UTE POPE LEO XIII. Sketch of the Life of the D ceased Pontiff. EPOCHS IB AS HONORED OAEEEB. flli Great Ability Shown All Through Cl Life A Head of the Church He Did a Great Work Ills Career la Detail Ilia Dall Life. Theexceeding ability of the late pope, the genius which enabled him to transform a friendless church into a church having friemlj everywhere, lay in several great -qualities of mind. He had a patience which nothing could tire. He could wait months or year, as need be, until his time came. He had no delusions. Joachim Pecci saw things as they were, not as he would have liked to have them. He bad no aniraoai ties, fie believed it enemy an enemy on.'y " until he could makt him a friend, and he was always ready to welcome a friend. He recognized talent at once and never sooner Vinn in ...

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. — 23 July 1903

TTbe TCtibtme. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFMCE-Bissell Bulldlnjr, Corner LPorte and Center Strtets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION""" ATES One Year. In afl ranee, tl-50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Month., 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice ADVERTISING KATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the potoffice at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., July 23, 1903. The Indianapolis Journal sav tbose democrats who were hoping Bryan w tuld resign his leadership after his ,ecnd defeat are having brought home to them rather forcibly Ihe old saw; "Democrats seldom die and neYer resign. ' Promoters and organizers of trusts are out of a job. The trust craze is at an end. 1 1, is now a condition, not a theory, that confronts Wall street. Colombia's Congress is said to be swinging around to a more favorable view of tne Penama canal treaty. Common sense ought to prevail even tually in a...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 July 1903

STRIKE A(ID THE LAW Are Having a Tussie in tha Courts at Chicago That Is In teresting. DOINGS OF THE UNIOH "PICmS'' Get Many of Them Into Troubh Police Ht to Fight Blobs of S r en. CLIcajo, July 1G. With the excep tion of the famous railroad strike of ISm. when Eugene V. Del s and his lieutenants kept the United States courts busy, the strike at the factory of the Kellogs Switchboard and Sup ply company has given rise to more litigation than any other labor trou ble Chicago his known In many yea s. The war-like caniiaign conducted by the strikers to win the contest, in volving numerous assaults, riots and other unlawful demonstrations, has compelled the Kellogg company to cp peal again and again to the courts for protection against the trades union ists. Arrests almost without number have been made and sentences of tii.es and Imprisonment have been given for contempt of court, assault, etc. parrow and the Jajre Dlsagrre. Appeals have been taken In all the cases, and In one case a le...

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. — 23 July 1903

Zbe Uribune:: Established October 10, 1001. ' Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE BIssell Bulldtcp, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In ad Tance, 11.50; Sli Months, 75 cents; Throe Months, 40 cents, delivered at any post office ADVERTISING KATES made known on ap plication. Entered at tbe postoffiee at Plymouth, Indi ana, as 9econd-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., July 23. 1903. Pope Leo's remarkable lifeisended He died at 4 o'clock this afternoon. A biographical sketch of his career is given la this paper. . Tre matter-of-fact statement tbat prospective witnesses before the Breathitt county grand jury are mak ing .their -wills affords a pleasant glimpse of the state of public mind and morals down on Troublesome creek. . . . Tbe suspension of building opera lions In New York, covering over one du oared .millions or dollars, in a measure accounts for tbe slump in tbe price of iron. This sus...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 July 1903

.BUY I? RR 3 F UULb U Leader in Zbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear In THE TK1B DNE meat be in before Tuesday noon to In jure tnetr appearance In the Issue of that weeW. Plymouth, Ind., July 23, 1903. i LOCAL NEWS " Mrs. Aspinall spent Monday in Chi cago. - Henry Hall transacted business in Valparaiso Monday. Miss ITarriet Bissell went to War saw MoDday afternoon. Rev. S. M. Yenn went to Fort Wayne Monday morning. Mrs. Davis, of Grovertown, visited in this city over Sunday. Ilarry Vinnedge is here from Chi cago for a visit of a week. Frank and Joseph Hendricks.of Elk hart, spent Sunday in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver C. Chase, of Chicago, were home over Sunday. Chew "Stronghold" plug. A perfect chew. Tags 1 cent each. 194-djtw6t Ed. Gil'er, of South Bsnd, spent Sunday with his parents in this city. John J. Nier, of West townshtp, has gone to Kane county, 111., to work on a farm. Dr. Borton was called to Kansas City last week by the serious illnes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 July 1903

MM. IS EMPHATIC Kischeneff Petition Incident Is Closed So Far as Uncle 1 Sam Is Concerned. DOCUMENT DEOLIBED BY THE OZAB V7hcn Asked by Kiddle if It T7ould Be Received. Committee or the D'nal D'rith In formed of the Fact Te-t of ; the Paper Russia Was Aaktd to Consider. Washington, July 18. Secretary Ilay has sent the following letter to Messrs. Straus, Wolf and Levi, the committee of the B'nai B'rith on the petition to the czar: "Sir: I am directed by the president to acquaint you that this department Is informed by the American embassy In St. Petersburg that the imperial government of Russia ha declined to receive or consider the petition in rela- v CZAR 07 RUSSIA.. tion to the condition of the Jews In Russia which was addressed to his majesty the emperor by a large num ber of citizens of the United States, and which this department, by direc tion of the president nnd at your re quest, undertook to transmit to its high destination. I am, sir, very respect fully yours. . JOHN HAY."...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 July 1903

, l 1 rw- , Luti L l i ..--i 1J .JY'!U !; 1 rr : Vjlz ry::;:ir-j r.v tr:jl f:T W 2 V . , v w , ff f, CRLL KND SEE THEM v HSTLEY KMD HESS TEbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdrertiiemeoU tö ppear In TBETKIB VSE mc4t be in before Tuesday noon to In sure tnelr appearance In the issue of that week. Plymouth, !nL, July 23. 1903. Mrs. Belle Jordan has returned from a visit at South Bead. Harry Miller, of Chicago, Is yisiting his mother and relatives in this city. Mrs. Bidwell, Mrs. Freary and Mrs. Burdick were Chicago visitors Friday. John C. Butler is surveying streets in Argos and ditches in that vicinity this week. J A I rn K MCltC Mrs Mel,ssa Iw, aged 94 years. 3 So LUwL iICä 53 if J died suddenly at Glshen Thursday Ufr! afternoon. Mrs. Clay W. Metsker has returned from a visit with relatives and friends Josephus Wingate, an old settler of Uorth township, is seriously ill. Henry Hawkins has sold his barber shop to a" Mr. Wickizer, of Chicago. Mrs. C. La Brash went to Chica...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 July 1903

POPE LIIKG III STUTE MISTER He Enlightens Hennessy Regarding the Republican District Chairmanship. ' 'tfvHWAT'S all th' prommynint raypublikins a-chasm' up V Chicago now fer ?" asked lJ) Hennessy lne other evening. "Oi see be th'. pay per thot Frank Boss, r c' Yockey ' . an Pickrell and ithers wor makin business thrips t' th' city. Is there scmethin' doln' about thot Chr ronicle shop?" ' tY're wr-rong;" said Mr. Dooley. ''They niver rache th city. They've "bin dr-roppin' off at Valpo t see Congrlssm'n Brick, who's got a law su:t before th' coort there. These local shtatesmin, Hennessy, imagine they be gr rate polytishuns, an' think they're patchin' up a gr-rate schame, but wan iv th' poor suck'rs is ndin' fr a good har-rd fall. Ye've pr-robab'y -heard th' shtory iv how Walt Brown, iv Ilk'har-rt, thVprisint disthrick chairm'n, his.conclood'd he have enough iv polyticks, an' how our own Prankie Boss had a swellin iv th' head thot Br-rown's politycal shoes wud be about th' right soiz f...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 July 1903

We Give Trading Stamps for the pull Amount of All Subscriptions to Tr;e Tribune. PLYMOUTH pij-RK IMP fcb03 Office VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 30,.1'903. NO. 48 rvvecordet'e 11 11 H'-M CLOSE Oil THE TRAIL Of the Convicts Who Did Murder in Escaping from the Fol som Prison. . OHE OF THEM KILLED ID A FIQHT Others Making Ibr tbe Mountains floetagr Freed Danville, ILL, Sheriff to Slake It llot for Rioters. - ; Placerrllle, CaL, July 20. Of tlie thirteen convicts who escaped from the .täte penitentiary at Folsom twelve are tili at large. Joe Murphy, who was serving a fourteen years sentence for robbery, was shot d d In the fight Monday night at Pilo; Hill. S. M. Gordon, the reported leader of the gang, who Lad been sentenced to forty-five years for robbery, dpserted his followers soon af Kr they left the pris cn. He was heavily armed," and it la 'not known in which direction - he sought safety. A negro convict named Sea vis, -who was reported wounded in encounter with tte o...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 July 1903

5 , i , V i ;'i t i V J Tbe tribune. Eat&blUbed Ootober 10, J 901. ' Onlj Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFlfICE-BIssell Building Corner LsPorte &4 Center Strtets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In ad Tance. II.W; Sli Months. 75 cents; Three llonths. to cents, deliver-d at any post office ADVERTISING KATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the pouffiee at Plymouth, Indi an a, as second -els ss mall matter. Plymouth. Ind., July 30. 1903. The Evansville affair cost the state nearly $4,000, while the property loss is placed at t40,G00. A thirty-year-old confidential clerk at Buffalo is charged with embezzling over $300,000. This is surely an era of young men and large transactions. Disclosures of extortion by New York labor unions is expected during the trial of Lawrence Murphy, former stonecutters' union treasurer; $200, OOO it is alleged was paid In one year to prevent strikes. The Irish land bill passed the House of ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 July 1903

IT IS IIP TB TEE Ulli Foreman Miller Reports for Work at the Government Print his: Office. HE WILL TAKE HIS OLD PLACE Strikers Given Jail Sentences and Heavy Fines Tor Contempt of Court. YTashington, July 3. V. A. Miller, foreman of a division in "the govern ment printing office apaint whoseifin ßtatement the bookbinde s union Is fighting, appeaml at the government printing office and reported for duty under instructions from PubFc Trint er Talmer. The bookbinders have an nounced that they will walk" out if Miller goes to work and that the allied trades will take sympathetic action. The civil service commission Las Is sued a certificate of reinstatement to the public printer, and rainier an nounced positively that In accordance with the order Miller would return to work unless meantime there was an executive orde.- to the contrary. Union Take Cseles Ae'lon. A committee of the bookbinders un ion has filed with the civil vice commission a topy of the i&otesr against Miller. This p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 July 1903

Oil r:r:-3 1-3 Trieo cZzs. Zbe, tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Oalj Republican Newipaper in the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Blssell Bulldins, Corner LaPorte aod Center Streets- Telephone No. 27. SU BSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In ad vance, I1.5C; Six Months. 73 cents; Three Month?, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the postoffiee at PI) mouth, Indi ana, as second-class mail matter. Plymouth, Ind., July 20, 1903. There is still some work doing around- the postal headquarters at Washington, notwithstanding the hot weather. Last week they trimmed Hedges. If the South Bend Times sizes up the situation correctly, a majority, of the labor troutles this summer have been brought about by men thinking too much concerning their own rights and not enough concerning the rights of others. A Japanese gentleman who has been lecturing at the University of Chica go says his country could give us many valuable poin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 July 1903

Go Where You Please and When You Please This is a Free Countrybut Rott WW lien On Hardware, Paints, Oils, Bicycles, Etc., before you buy. uck's Cash -Hardware Leader in Low Priceo i Zbc XEnburie. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in THE TKIB D men be in before Tuesday noon to In jure tnctr appearance In the issue t that week.' Plymouth, Ind., July 30, 1903. I ä LOCAL NEWS Miss Mar Scott is visiting relatives In South Bend. Edwin Mayer was home from Cuica go yesterday. Louis Allans spent Sunday at a Columbia City. The business men will picnic at Pretty Lake, August 6. Eoscoe Daum, of fcouth Bend, is home xisiting his parents. Thomas B. Lee. or Bourbon, was a Plymouth visitor Monday. Mrs. W. II. Crate is. visiting her children in South Bend this week. Miss Bessie Bottorff has grone to Winona where she will remain several days. Miss Gilie Farry, of losben, is visit ing in tbis city witti Mrs. II. IIol dride. A. Bidtilc went to South Bend Mon day where he expects...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 July 1903

OBSEQUIES OF LEO Kill Burial May Be Hurried and a Day Taken Off the . Lying in . State. OEOWrB VIEW THE POPES REUAIHS I Hülm Soldier Guard St. Peter for tb First Time in Modern " nutory. Rome, July 23. At 8 p;in.- all was la reacfiness to take the body of the pope from the Vatican to the basilica of St. Feter'8. The mournful proces sion gathered around the bier, which was lifted by the sediarl, who In the lifetime of Leo XIII had carried him In the scdia gestatoria. The dead pon tiff was clad in all the pomp of his holy office. Leading the p.ocession as It passed out of the throne room came 1 CARDINAL GOTT I. -grooms carrying lighted torches. Be hind them, walking with measured tread, were the aged niace-bearers and other domestics of the papal house hold. The ticket of the noble guard and all the clergy of the Vatican, wearing their surplices, followed. Cardinals Join the ProccMlon. Immediately in front of the bier the pontifical silver cross was held aloft. Behind the bier came th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 July 1903

r. ,JUST KRRIXZED CKLL KND KSTLEY KND HESS 7 TEbe TObime, HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear la THE TKIB OJiB mct be In before Tuesday noon to In sure taelr appearance In the issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind, July 30. 1903. 1 & LOCAL NEWS J Alfred Grater has returned from a visit At SoutbBend. Fred Kuhn is building a new boat house at Pretty Lake. . Miss Ella Craig went to South Bend Thursday to visit relatives. There was a street fair and harvest jubilee at Tippecanoe Friday. Mrs. Fred Schrom, of Chicago, is visiting her parents in this city. Mrs. S. C. McCallip and children, of South Bend, are visiting in this city. Floyd Linkenhelt came up from In dianapolis Thursday to visit until S in day. C. W. Yearrick and Mrs. C. N. Tubbs were Rochester visitors Thurs day. Mrs. Florence S. Babbitt, of Ypsl lantl Mich., Is visiting Mrs. Mary Holdridge. The Maxinkuckee Assembly will open August 6, and remain in session three weeks. Mrs. Kate Trowbridge and daugh ter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 July 1903

MOB RULES DANVILLE Illinois Town Experiences a Reign of Terror for a Whole f Night. BHEBIFF DOES HI3 DUTY BBAYELY V7ith a Handful of Dspnties He Suc cessfully Defends the JaiL On Negro Is Lynched and His Body Darned with the Usual Savage , Accompaniment Many , Rioters Wounded. ' s' Danville. Ilk, July 2T.TWO killed and" twenty-two wounded, ;the police station wrecked, tlie county Jail with few of its windows left uushattered, t!ie city In -the hands of the state troops and a feeling of uneasiness and dread rivalling everywhere. Is the situation loft by the race riots of Sat urday night.. The revised list of dead and injured f.om the rioting is as fol lows: Name f the Dad and Wounded. The dead: John D. Metcalf, negro, lynched and burned; Henry Gatter man, killed by the negro Metcalf. The injured John Devore.rtght thigh man g!od by load of buckshot; Adam Mur ray, shot In forehead, will recover; Bicknell, buckshot in right leg; Clement Mobaker, buckshot in right leg and aim; Edward Har...

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