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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 January 1904

P YOU have been having trouble with your Lamps, try EOCENE OIL. has no bad habits no smoke, no smell, or does not go out at night. Is the only satisfactory illuminating ol on the market. Sold in Plymouth only by ASTLEV & HES 5S Zbe Tribune. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to ippear In TBETKIB ONE mcit be 1 before Tuesday noon to Injure tnelr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., Jar.uary 7, 1904o a I Ä LOCAL NEWS & I Wood wanted tn subscilptim. Walter Hilton has returned to hi work at Cincinnati Ohio. Erm Crup is quite sick with quin sy and stomach trouble. Washington Kellev spent Sunday with friends in LMymouth. Frank McCrura was taken to his home at B urbou Saturday eyenfner. Mrs. Holdorff ar.d family have re turned rrom their visic at South Bend. Plym uth Chapter, No. 49 It. A.M. installed officers on Weloesday eveningPWtLOUtb chapter No. 26, Eastern Sur installed officers Tuesday even ing. Mrs. Johnson Brownlee is a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 January 1904

GREATEST . ' HORROR OF A CENTURY b right tul Disaster in a Theater at Chi- . cago, Chicago, Dec. 31. The most horrible theatrical tragedy for many years took place Yesterday when from some cause which at this time not THE ILL-FATED L AS : ' v v. : v ..-jh I .w-'-iw mir """" i '"TT... y . ( i f' 1 f" " V A I TIT--. certainly known a fire broke out In The sight of the bishop gave cour the new Iroquois theater on Randolph aSe to many while the Uoruan Cathoi , lies who were injured received sacrastreet between Dearborn and State. ,. - m , ments from him upon the scene. It At the time the house was crowded to was not until after he had been aswitness the play "Blue Baard," which sured that all the injured" were taken out and that there were no living peo has been running there since the open- ple in tne rlace tlllt be consented to ing. The audience, composed very large- be taken out. Sheriff Barrett who , - , .... . ,, saw Bishop Muldoon taking off his ly of women and children, immcdi- ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 January 1904

TEbe gtibune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. advertisements to appear In TDE TKIB DNE mnst Xyc in before Tuesday noon toloure tnelr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.; January 7 1904 Frank Thomas was a Lapaz visitor Jew Year's day. E. F. Short, of Knox, was a Plymouth vislto Saturday. Who is Hubbard? Ask the gentleman from Newton county. The old year made a had record by going out like a besom of destruction. E. T. Gallagher and T. A. Scantling are spending a few days in Columbia City. Miss Ada Haa returned Friday evening from a visit of a week with relatives in Chicago. Mrs. Alpha Ball bas gone to Chicago for a visit of a few davs with ber mother and other relatives in that city. Mrs. D. S- O'Brien and little Ruth Seider of Grovertown, spent New Year's day with relatives in Plymouth. Mrs. Page and Mrs. Klingman have returned to Chicago after a visit of several days with their sister, Mrs. Eockhill. Rev. Jacob Hester will begin a series of revival meeting...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 7 January 1904

IltftRLY SIX HUNDRED Will Be the Total of Those Whose Death Results from the Iroquois Fire. BIX 70UHDED HARKED TO DIE Total of Bodies Found and Died of Injuries Is Now 589 -Much Unclaimed Property Awa!2i Owners. Chicago, Jan. 5. The "total of the dead by the-Iroquois fire to this writing is 5S9; the identified. 5S3; unidentified, 4. Those identified since last report are: Mrs. Anna Dixon; 43 years, 100 Flournoy street, idei titied by Wr husband, A. Z. Dixon, and by dentist. Dr. El well, and Mrs. Mary Forbes. 24 years old, 244 Oakwood boulevard. Identified by sister, Rita Forbes. Probable Total Death RolL With the death of Miss Wild, a teacher, and Leroy Relnhold, a little boy, the roll aggregates 5S9. There are six injured whos? death is considered pretty certain. These will make the grand total of lives lost 505. Bodies Yet Unidentified. The unidentified bodies aredescribed as follows: lioy Shoe marked "Holden's," black ribbed woolen stockings short trousers of black and gray check...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 14 January 1904

i i 7" if -... 1 in i PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THUJiSD AY, JANUARY 14,15)04. NO. 15 VOLUME III ' i t - j Mi 1 1 !j :MI MI! 'Mi ! f vhü ) - ? i f ? i'i , 5 j i: STARTLED THE JURY Woman at Chicago Swears That Six Doors in the Iroquois Theater Were Locked. :SAT7 PEOPLE FIGHTING POE LIFE Behind Them, She Declare, but They Iroved To Be Six Large Mirrors. Chicago, Jan. 12. Startled by testi mony to the effect that six additional doors opening from the secnd balcony f the Iroquois theater were closed while the people fought frantically tack of them to escape from the ho!o--caiist, the coroner's Jury adjourned to verify personally the evidence. Am!d the ruins of the playhouse the witness, -who accompanied the jurors, corrected her testimony and admitted that what she had taken for doors were mirrors -over the foyer front of the second bal- , cany. The members of the jury heaved I sight of relief at this discovery, for the woman's evidence was the most startling yet submitted. Saw People Fighting t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 14 January 1904

Zbc tribune. , Established October 10, 1801. Osuy Republican Kewtpaper In the Coaaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFHCE Bl&eil Building. Corner LaPorte and Center Strreta. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year. In advance. 1.30; tlx Months, 75 cents; Three ionth?. 40 cent, aellrered at any postoSce ADVERTISING KATES made known on ap- . plication. Entered at the poUifflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second -cUsb mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., January 14. 1904Sen)rtorxMorgan reopened bis tight against the canal by seeking delay In the committee, but was defeated. Mis sissippi senate instructs the state's United State's senators to vote for the treaty. Ever since Governor Altgeld pardoned those Haymarket anarchists, Chicago's degeneracy and lawlessness have increased from dar to da v. That unmerited act of clemency was a consul mistake. South Bend Times. Wars (if the last 3,000 rears are supposed to have .cost, $600,000,000,000. Etch man who falls on the bat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 14 January 1904

oniGGs is cor Ex-Member of Congress Found Guilty of Transgression While a Member. HERCY IS REQUESTED FOR HIM Because He Didn't Know the LawDietrich Present Another Technical Point. New York. Jan, 8. After deliberate f:g forty-five minutes a .lury found exIteireseutative Edmund II. Driggs guilty of accepting money to procure a contract between a private company .and the government while serving as a nember of congress. Tho jury recommended mercy, li recponse Judge Thomas said the recommendation was eminently fitting, as Driggs had coü Ct-cted himself with dignity, and because he undoubtedly violated th statute unwittingly. Judge Thomas said he lelieved Driggs was only. guilt j la a technical sense. Refueea Iii in a New Trial. After the jury had been discharged the court denied a motion for a Dew, trial, aud reserved decision on a motion for a stay of proceedings pending an appeal. Judge Thomas told the counsel they might agree upon a day for sentence. He said: 1 wish I could inflict ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 14 January 1904

: rbe Gribune. . Eitatliibed October 10, 1W1. V - - " ' . , v.-?.; Omi i Republican Newspaper ia th Coaty. HENDRICKS kCO.t Ptjblisiizrs. OFFICE Bissel! Buildlöfr, Corner LftPorte od Onter Streets. Telephone No. 21. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in advance. 11.50; fell 'Months. 73 cents; Three 4onth.4U cents, delivered at any postoffiee ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the po-U'ffiee at PljmouUr Indiana, as second-cUsMuall matter. Flymouth, Ind.; January I4.J904 ; ehat.r Dietrirfl.'uf Nebraska escapes Mti a technicality. .At-this rate, statutes or justice--will shortly be relegated to blind -'asylums as curios. The Japanese minister at St. Petersburg officially denies the. report that Japan has sent troops to Korea. In Jact, the report is what might .be - . . . termed premature. ' '. figures completed by the New York . .. . .- i ' assessi rs show a large Increase In values -over those of .last "year.- Andrej Carnegie is given as the. largest individual- taxpayer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 14 January 1904

5 A r 1 t v i i i f M i j f 4 i 1 BUY F ' YOU have been having trouble with your Lamps, try lUULIJL uiu. nas no bad habits no smoke, no smell, or does not o out at nicht. Is me only sausraciory uiuminaim on on me mantel, aoia in Plymouth only by " r i mi ÄS TLEY&-.HE Zbe ZEttbime. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisement to appear in THE TKIB DJE mcit be in before Tuesday noon to lnure tnetr appearance in the Usue of that week. . Plymouth. Ind.. January 14. 1904- & LOCAL NEWS & Peter Gast Is visiting-irr Argos this week. , Van C. Search is visiting in Tippe canoe towusbip. County Superintendent Marks spent the day at Bourbon, . W. IT. Matthew transacted business at Bourbon Monday. Miss A wait, of Grovertown, was a Plmoutn visitor Monday. (xeorge Dun fee and sister of Tyner, visited over Sunday wita relatives in Etna Green. Miss Garriso i of the Mexico school, visited over Sunday with her parents iff Donaldson. We have four kinds of s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 14 January 1904

:-wn .s .-ÄsJM5.-:aiwji.p '-aw.. --x.-htw -v-vw- V Kt , . . ... . . RAILED BY CHECKS JUDGE VERSUS Man Who Is Missing and Whose Friends Do Not Try to Explain Matters. STORY OF A KIDNAPED GIRL ' I Her Mother's Effort, Apparently to to Get Her into a Fanatical Sect in Colorado Danville, Ind., Jan. 8. John Mccormick, former prosecuting attorney of Hendricks county, and former town clerk of Danville, bas been missing for two weeks, and no one Is tble to tell what has become of him. The last known of him was when he left Danvim on Sunday. Dec. 20, going to Greencastle on the noon train. It is thought that he was not well supplied with money when he left, as he gave a check at the Danville station in pay ment ol his railroad ticket to Greencastle This check was cashed when it was presented at the bank, but a few days later other checks cime la which went to protest, as they overdrew his account. Checks Mark 111 Trail. . The protested checks ranged to amounts from $3 to $2.,and came from Gr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 14 January 1904

be tribune. HENDRICKS Cz CO., Publishers. Advertitemtnta to appear la TBS TK1B ÜNB mcjt b 1 before Tuesday noon to injure tnelr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., January 14. 1904 & LOCAL NEWS & I The trial of the four car-barn burners began at Chicago Wednesday. James Cheney, waodied recently in I'ort Wayne, is said to have been worth about $14,000,000. A little of that warm weather that is promised might be sent along as a sample, just to let us see what it is like. Congressman Jesse Overstreet, of Indianapolis, has lose $35,000 by the failure of the Columbia City Heel factory. ' , Mrs. McFarlane, or Elgin, Illinois, attended the funeral of James McCallum in this citv and returned to her home todav. m Farmers institutes will be held in Plymouth Jan 13 and 14: in Valparaiso Jan. 15andl6;in Rochester Jan. Jan. 18 and 19. A novel restaurant at the world's fair will be one with the. walls of the building made of glass tanks in which will swim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 14 January 1904

BY A HAIR S BREADTH Steeping Man Misses an Awful Deatii on the Trestle cf z Traction Line. . ' HIS HORSE TOOK HIM THERE And la the Victim of. a Trolley k Car Decision Against Onions lu , Court State New. Noblesvillc, Ind.. Jan. 12. T. R. Moore, a young man of Fisher's Station, went to sleep in his bujrgy at ni Slit, and the liorse drew the jehivle upon the viaduct of the Indianapolis and Northern traction line, a mile south, of here. -At the oint cii the viaduct where the horse stopped MoorV was fifty feet above the ground. It was 12 o'clock, and Moore was intoxicated as well as asleep. A limited car was due fire minutes after the horse stopped. Hon Fallt Through the Trestle, Moore had started home, and the horse followed the grade of the traction line over the crossing of the L. E. and W. railroad. It even crossed the iron bridge over the railroad without accident, and the Jarring of the buggy on the ties did not seem to waKen Moore, so that he did not realize the danger he was In....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 January 1904

Ar 1 1 -. TLJT UZ? ' ' 1 1 PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1904. VOLUME III NO-IG i 3 - s -; I V J ACCUSES UNCLE SI General Reyes Charges Him with Complicity in a Conspiracy in Panama. . HIS NOTE TO SECRETARY HAY Refers to "Reputable American Newspapers' for Proof Hay's lieply to the Complaint. Washington, Jan. 19. President Roosevelt has transmitted to the senate additional correspondent touching the relations of the United State with Colombia and Tanama, covering the period from Dec. 23, 1903, to Jan. G last. A statement of grievances on the part of Colombia was presented to the state department by General Reyes on Dec. 23. General Reyes says that the course of the United States' worked deep injury to Colombia, and he cited the treaty of 1&46 as shoving that the independence and sovereignty of Colombia was to be maintained intact between the two governments. Rights of the Colombian Congress. General Reyes said with reference to the Hay-IIerran : treaty that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 January 1904

&be tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Only RepubMcan Newspaper In th Couty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE Biss-ell Rulldtnp. Corner LPorte andVntt rNrn. Telephone No. 27. fCBH'Ull'MON RATFS One Year. In dhik. l 10; M Months. 75 cents; Tbrre .4.th.4i .- t. delivered nt ijr pwiffice ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the poUffiee at Pl mouth, Indiana, a second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., January 21. 1904 The state of New York ÜI levy no tax this year, and has a surplus of $3,000,000. A state hxed like that can afford to spend $101,000.000 in canal Improvement. Congress has dis.:overel that the government Is paying for a mile of Carriages iised by cl .rks in making social calls and a till has been introduced to correct the abuse. St. Joseph county with nearly onetbird of a convention's delegates bound by the unit r tie is a pretty difficult proposition in a political convention. An apheval will come sooner or iater. Belief ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 January 1904

7 1 1 . . . HEATH -IS A WITNESS Ex-First : Assistant Postmaster General Testifies in the Machen Case. CIRCmiLOCUTION IS EXPLAINED Sells How Business Is Done in the Hatter of Adopting New Postal Device. Washington, Jan. 1C In tie trial of August V. Machen, the troff brother and Dr. and Mrs. Lorenz, charged with conspiracy to defraud the government, the defense scored an important roi'ji with respect to the character of evidence to be Introduced at this time by the government. The defense in&isted that the government had not brought forth any documentary vidence showing the existence of a conspiracy to defraud the goTernmeDt .ami that tbe testimony offered naturally should follow the evidence of conspiracy so as to .specifically connect the defendants with the various transactions which had "been referred to. The court sustained the point. Star WltneM of the Day. The witness of the day in whose testimony the most interest would be taken was Perry S. Heath, ex-first assista...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 January 1904

TSfoe- tribune. EsUfclisbed October 10, 1801. Omy Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Blssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone Ko. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in adduce. 11.50; Six Months. 73 cents; Three Months, Hi cent. delivervd at any postoffice ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the potofflee at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. . Plymouth. Ind.. January 21, 1904"William Jennings Bryan is convinced that hin party issue is Man vs. Mammon. In the little drama which he is acting out in his brain, Man is enacted by W J. Bryan and Mammon by W. R. Hearst The Southern newspapers, Demo cratic and Eepublicar, have adopted a motto in regard to the Panama business which expresses the duty of the United States in three words. It is as follows: "Stop talking. . Dig." - The United States Asiatic fleet, whi-h is now moving about in far Eastern waters, does not have to en quire whether...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 January 1904

o) rrr r YOU have been having trouble with your Lamps, mm m. Hi try bUUuuu, Uli., nas no bad habits no smoke, no smell, or does not o out at night. Is the only satisfactory illuminating oil on the market. Sold in Plymouth only by TLEY übe tribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB UNE mcit be in before Tuesday noon to lnture tnelr appearance In the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., January 21, 1904. ttzi I LOCAL NEWS & Mrs. Mary Locke is 1siting at Argos this week. Two wolves were killed near Wanatah last week J. A. Molter transacted business in Donaldson Monday. George Davis, of Kentland, spent Sunday in Plymouth. Arthur Wiltfong returned to Chicago Sunday evening. Mrs. Levi Lauer has returned from a yisit of five weeks In C-ilcigo. Charles Syhirt, and daughter, of South Bead, visited over Sunday in Plymouth. Mrs. Joseph Ilanna, of Laporte, was here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Peter Stegman. , .. Rev. William Dais. of Door...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 January 1904

.WVi.'.A.'' IITERES1G IF TRUE ; t T SEOUL III I F KNOCKED OUT AG1 RATE OF TAXATION 1903. f ft, Notice b hereby given to the Taxpayers of MARHHALL COUNT V, INDIANA, that the Tax Duplicate for the year 1903 is now in my hands and that I will attend at the Treasurers office, at Plymouth, as the law directs, for the purpose of receiving Taxes now due. ' n it TC followi1nS table shows the rate of taxation on each One Hundred Dollars' woxth of property,-and also on each Poll, in the several Townships and Corporations for the vear 1903: What a Special Says Governor Durbin Said to Pres ident Roosevelt. But He Throws Little Light on the Chicago City Building Inspection Methods. Native Korean Press Advocates Housa Adopts the Usual Motion Against the " Merit System," as Administered. the "Elimination" of Foreigners a la Ah Sin. BEY AN OH A SPEAEINO TOUB INSPECTION FORCE WAS SHORT OUR MINISTER TEARS MOB LAW QE0SVEK0S AKDKEPITON HAD County mate Xax Tax Township and Corporation Ta: Poll Tax. MAYO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 January 1904

HENDRICKS Cz C0. Publishers. Advertisements to appear la TBE TKIB DNE mtU b V before Tuesday noon to insure tnelr appearance in the lasue of that week.Plymouth, Ind., January 21, 1904. f & LOCAL-NEWS I a 'wa Miss Bessie Leonard is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. Huw at LaKeville. Jonathan Edgar, of tbe Burton institute, is viittng at his old home in Cleveland Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fink have returned to Lapaz after visiting in this city and Etna Green. , F. Fitzgerald has returned to his heme at Ashtabula, Ohio after taking treatment at the Borton Institute. The members of the Christian Sunday school ;ire requested to meet at Kuhn's hall Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Peter Stegman. jr., reached home from Omaha, Thursday, to attend the funeral of his mother who died Wednesday morning. Adam.E. Wise went to Goshen Thursday in the interest of the K. O. T. M. He is great ti nance keeper uf that organization in this state. Arthur Wiltfong arrived from -Chi cago Wednesday after...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 January 1904

DELINQUENT TAX LIST 3 . 0 c c c p a Auditor's Office Marshall. County, Indiana. Plymouth, January 15, 1Ö04. .. I, H. L. Singrey, Auditor in and for said County, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct list of Lands, City and Town Lots returned delinquent for the non-payment of taxes thereon for the year 1902, and former years, together with the taxes for 190.", as returned by the Treasurer of said County, and that the Fame are chargeable with the ft mount of taxes they each stand charged with in said list. Given uuder my hand and the Seal of the Iioard of County Commissioners rf caiil PnnnK- ot- t l-o t t v rf II t Ii li ia ltd. .1 ... r 5 ' , a a o .1 O o E Description of Lands and Lots and Names of Towns or City. 4 NAÜE3 OFOWNEKS Of Marshall County, Indiana, for the Year 1902 and Previous Years, Together with the Taxes for the Year 1903. s o $ c I i I; 5 s Iii ' ? J vi - f 4 . 1 Hi Hi! ' V 4 3; lis, City and Town Lots returned delinquent for the non-pay-t...

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