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Boers Fight British, Who Suffer
KITCHENER WANTS MEN
Historian Atonvnsert Siys Great Dritaiii
Is in Great Danger and b Losing
Ground a. d me .Pillar of Her Do
minion arc Trending
Durdan, Natal, Oct. I A
force of 1500 Boers, commanded
by Gen. Botha, made an attack,
which lasted all day long. Sept.
2G, on Portitala, on the border
ofZulaland. The burghers were
finally repulsed, but at a heavy
cost to the garrison whose losses
were an officer and eleven men
killed and five officers and thirty
eight men wounded. In addition
sLxty-three men are missing, of
which number many are believed
to have been killed or wounded
The BGer commandant Opper
man and nineteen burghers are
known to have been killed.
London, Oct. 1 The Daily
Express publishes a report that
Lord Kitchener has asked fcr
25,000 moro seasoned mounted
men and for power to hang
rebels, traitors and murderers
without reference to the home
BniiLix, Oct. 1 Foreign inter
vention in South Africa is vital
for England as well as desirable
for the Boers, according to Prof.
Momnisen, Germany's veteran
historian, who has just been
elected honorary chairman of the
new German Transvaal com
mittee. Replying to a pro-English
pamphet by the late Prof. Max
Mulier ,f Oxford. Prof. Momni
sen ojiys: "In .what lerrible
danger Great Britain finds her
self is clear to many of her
frii'uds and all of her enemies.
The Prusso-Austrian war was
finished in seven days; the Franco-German
war in seven weeks.
The shortness of iho-e conflicts
made it possible localize the
catastrophes and ert the threat
ening world-conr- .gration.
"Concerning the Boer war
everything is uncertain except
its length. Every day gnaws
the roots of England's position
before the world. Her military
and political power pales before
the civilized and still more before
half-civilized nations. One pil
lar after another of her gigantic
dominion on land and sea trem
bles. Is there no help?'
Milwaukee, Sept. 30 The
annual tour of inspection of the
board of managers of the Nation
al soldiers' home was completed
yesterday with the inspection of
the national home in this city.
Gen. McMahon and? his fellow
members left for their several
homes. Gen McMahou, speak
ing for the board, saiJ:
The board has decided to
maintain canteens at all the
homes for the good and sufficient
reason that experience has taught
us that it is better for the .veter
an and for the people in the com
munities in which the homes are
Historical Event in Kansas.
Courtland, Kan., Oct. 1
Ceremonies attending the unveil
ing of a monument., erected by
the state, to mark the spot where
Lieut. Zebuion M. Pike hauled
down the Spanish 3ig arid caus
ed the stars and stripes to be
raised for the first time in Kan
sas territory, wei held here
yesterday. The monument is
located -at the Pawnee Indian
village, close to Courtlacd, on
land given to the state last win
ter by Mrs. Elizabeth. Johnson.
The ceremonies were attended
by members of the state histori
cal society, headed by secretary
of state, Geo. V. Martin and
prominent men from all parts of
Did Fcrtit fire.
Red Cliff, CaL, Sept. 30
The biggest forest fire ever
known in this locality is raging
cn B-ttlo mountain and threaten
ing the town. Tho conflagration
cztc-ds for two niilos along the
rrczt cido cf tho mountain.
TWINS, TRIPLETS, QUADRUPLETS.
Chicago Woman Bears Fourteen Children
in Seven Years.
Chicago, Oct. 1 Apparently
deserted by her husband, who
for three years had been wrap
ped, up in an effort at mechanical
invention, and almost penniless,
Mrs. Joseph H. Ormsby gave
birth to quadruplets, three boys
and one girl, in a little frame
cottage at 400 West 43d street,
which is used as a grocery and a
dwelling. The children are
small but perfect in form and
there is declared to be an excel
lent prospect of their living if
they receive the proper care.
Kind neighbors, whose sym
pathies have been enlisted by the
unusual circumstances, have lent'
a hand and Captain Lavin of the
stockyards police station inter
ested himself in the case. The
attention of the humane societies
will be brought to the family and
every effort made to provide the
This is not the first time that
Mrs. Ormsby has brought a plur
ahty of children into the world.
In seven years of married life
which, until her husband became
a victim of the invention craze,
was a happy and comfortable one,
she has borne fourteen children,
of which seven, counting the
four born yesterday, are now liv
ing. She gave birth to twins
twice and triplets once.
OLD TREASURE FOUND.
Money Sent to General Buroynein 1777
Bennington, Vt , Sept. 30
Ten thousand English sovereigns
after lying for nearly a century
and a quarter in an old hulk at
the oottom of East bay. LaUo
Champlain, have been recovered
snd are now deposited in the
Allen National bank in Fairhav
en. For many years there had
been a tradition in this part of
the state that, at the bottom of
East bay, near Carver's falls,
was a sunken boat containing a
large amount of English gold,
with which it was intended to
pay off the troops of Gen. Bur
- The gold was shipped from
Quebec in a small sloop, with
crew and guard of ten men, the
expedition being under the com
mand of one Captain Johnson
it was miemieo to i p nver tho
money to Burgyne, as his men
were almost in a state of mutiny
because they had not been paid.
The vessel was attacked by
Americans, scuttleJ, and the
A civil engineer, who drew
the plans and superintended the
construction of the big dam at
Carver's falls for an electric
power station, concluded that he
would investigate. Taking with
him about thirty men he chang
ed the course of the stream, and
then with pick and shovel soon
had one side of the sloop free.
A charge of dynamite broke up
the hull. The -timbers were
found in good condition.
In the cabin was found consid
erable glass and other ware, fif
teen muskets, mueh the worse for
their long immersion, and other
minor articles. An old irou
chest was found in the captain's
room. "When opened it was
found to contain 10,000 sover
McKinley Islands ' .
Washington, D. C. Oct. 1 A
suggestion which is meeting with
favor is to change the name of
the Philippine islands to, McKin
ley islands. It., is intended to
bring the proposition before the
next Congress. A pan of the
scheme embraces the idea of be
stowing on the different islands
and provinces the names of the
men most prominently identified
with the acquisition and manage
ment of the islands. For in
stance, the members of the Amer
ican commission which negotiat
ed the Paris treaty would thus be
honored, as well as the names of
Admiral Dewey, General Law
ton, Governor Taft and Geueral
Religious Editor Dead.
Chicago, Sept. '30 Dr. Will
iam C. Gray, editor of the Inter
ior, died at 1:05 p. m. yesterday
at his residence in Oak Park. He
lapsed into unconsciousness at 2
a.-m. and sank gradually till the
end came. Dr. Gray had been
ill splice last May.
Americans Attacked by Filipinos
War Deparrncnt Startled txj News of
the Serious Disaster The United
States Troops Wae Surprised at
breakfast and Torced to Retreat.
Manila, Sept., 30 A disas
trous fight b -twee ii United Stales
troops and insurgents occurred
Saturday in the island ofjäamar,
near Balangiga. A large body
of insurgents attacked Company
C, Ninth Infantry, only twenty
four members of the company es
caping. All the others are reported to
have been .killed. Aceordiug to
the last returns the strength of
the company was seventy two.
The company was at breakfast
when attacked and made a de
termined resistance, but the
overwhelming numbers of the
insurgents compelled them to re
treat. Of the survivors who have ar
rived afBasey eleven are wound
ed. The survivors include Captain
Thomas W. Conuell, First Lieu
tenant Edward A. Bumpus, and
Dr. R. S. Griswold, surgeon
Captain Edwin V. Bookmiller
of the Ninth Infantry reports
that General Hughes is assemb
ling a force to attack tho insurg
ents. Tho .insurgents captured all
the stores and ammunition of the
company and all the rilles except
Washington, D. C, Sept.So
News of the tight between troops
of the Ninth Infantry and ihe
insurgents in the Island of Samnr
yesterday reached the v ar de
partment during the early hours
Sunday and created a sensntiou
in official circles. It was the
first severe reverse that has oc
curred for a long time. Still,
the officials were not unprepared
for news of just this character
from Samar. in which the revolu
tion started by Aguinaldo still
Samar is a country about
as large as the state of Ohio, and
tho American forces of occupa
tion number in al! between 2,000
and 5,500 men. These are dis
tributed among various posts in
the island, a large numb r being
located at the more important
centers. Spain never made any
effort to occupy Samar, and it
only has been for probably three
months past that the United
States has undertaken that work.
The latest . report made by
General Hughes to the war de
partment was that the number
of insurgents rifles aggregated
about 300. The Filipinos car-
Tied on a guerrilla warfare, and
operations against them were
The disaster to Company C oc
curred, , it is believed, while it
was engaged in an expedition to
clear the country ot roving bands
of these insurgents. The fact
that the Americans were attack
ed while at breakfast indicates
the daring and pluck of the in
Mrs. Sutherlin Gets Divorce.
A judgment granting the wife
of Wm. Sutherlin a divorce on
the ground that he had been sen
tenced to the. state prison for
twenty years, for manslaughter,
was affirmed by the appellate
court. He resisted his wife's
application for a divorce on the
ground tha the crime of man
slaughter, of which he was con
victed, was not an "infamous
crime' within the , meaning of
the law. but Judge Henly, in an
announcing.the decision of the
appellate couit .to the contrary,
said that the legislature' intend
ed that the conviction of either
party after the marriage, .of any
crime the punishment for which
is death or imprisonment in the
state prison, should be a cause
for divorce in favor of the inno
cent party, the term "infamous
crime" being used as synonymous
Marshall County JTair JBxcnrtlons to
Bonbon via Pennsylvania Lines.
Excursion tickets to Bourbon account
of Fair will be sold October 1st to 1th.
inclusive, fron Columbia City,Wanatah
ind intermediate ticket stations on
Pennsylvania lines. 829 Local Agent
about rates, time of trains, etc.
Goshen, Ind , Oct. '2 All
telephones in the court house
and public buildings were remov
ed yesterday because the county
council refused to make appro
priations to pay for the rental.
The county officials and the
public at large are indignant be
cause deprived of a public necessity.
Sampson Out of a Job.
Washington, Oct. 2 Admiral
Sampson yesterday surrendered
command at the Boston navy
yard. His successor, Rear-Admiral
Mortimer L. Johnson, who
is on his way north from Port
Koyal to take command of the
Boston yard, called on Secretary
Long to pay his respects.
Mrs. McKinley Doing Well.
Canton, O. Oct, 2 Dr. Eixey
decided to go to Washington
last evening to remain indefinite
ly. He says that Mrs. McKin
ley 's condition is good, that she
is bearing up well, and in a gen
eral way is in as good health as
she was a year ago and that he
has no apprehension for the near
For BometLi ig good, try Mrs. Austiu's
Famous Pun- Cake Flour, ready in a
jiffy. , Your grocer bag Hon band.
The Correct Population r Cltlvs and
Town In the Nirthwi'tt
Located aiong the line of the Chicago
& North-Western Railway, id shown id
a booklet just issued by that Company,
copy may be obtained by sending stamp
to V. B. Koiekern, 22 Fifth Ave., Chi
cago, Chtnp UouikI Trip Home Merker's Rate
ia Nor. I'ac, lly,
Oo the first and third Tue?das ot
each month, up to and ircJudirg Sep
rember the Northern Pacitic Railway Co,
.vill sell, to points on its line wwt tf
Litte F.!l?. Minn., roucd trip tickets
at the rate of one'fare plus S2.00.
For full particulars, a'MrefB J. E.
Turner D. P. A. N. P, 11 Jacks in Place
rdianapolis Ind., Chas. S. Fee,
' G. P. & T. A.. St. Paul, Minn
My hert aod hod another cliimd.
IÜ3 plea had come too late.
It'e ever thus with people without
pluck and vim.
Take RocKy Mountain Tea, don't pet
left agaio. J. V. U9.
Through SleeperTo M Arqnpite, Mich,
Chicago & North-Western R y. 8:00 p.
m. daily. Marquette for breatifaet.
Temperature delightful. Low rate tou
rist tickets with favorable limits For
full particulars regarding rats, time of
trains and descriptive pamphlets apply
lo your nearest ayent or address W R.
Kniskern, 22 Fifth Ave., Chica??, Ill;
Home: k er Low Rates
21 day limit rouod trip tick )ts to
points West, So ithwest and Northwest
vi the Nickel Plate Riad, Oct 1st and
13th, at special lo.v rates. Inquire of
' earest agent of the Nickel Plate Road,
or, C. A. Asterlin, T. P. A., Ft. Wayne,
lua., or R. J. Hamilton. Asjent, Fort
Wayne, led. 175 4 4Gi2
Tnose famous little puis. De Witt'?
Little Earlv Risers compel your liver
and bowels to do their duty, thus giving
ou pure, rich blood to recuperate your
oody. Are easy to taKe. Never gripe.
Kindles anew the tires ot youth, bal
ances up the joys and sorrows of life. It's
vain and foolish not to use Rocky Moun
tain lea made by Maiison Medicine Co
.-c. J. W. Hees.
Convince yourself that Ely's Cream
blm deserves all that has been said of
it as h. means of quL'k relief aod final
cure in obstinate cases of nasal catarrh
and bay fever. A trial 6izs costs but ten
cents. Full size, 5J cents. Sold by drug
gists or mailed by Ely Dros., 5G Warrun,
Mt. Olive, Ark., May 17. 1001.
Meesr. Ely Bros Please seed mo one
bottl of Cream Balm, family size, I
think it is the best medicioe for catarrh
in the world. Very respectfully, J. M.
Low Rates on Tasilay to Pan-American
Expoftltlon at Buffalo N. Y. Via
On Tuesday Sept 24, Oct 1st, 8tb, 15th.
22nd and 29 1 h the Vandalia Line will
sell round-trip excursion tickets to Euf
falo and return for $3 70 from Plymouth.
Good connection made bath goioig and
returning at 3 uth Bnd with L S i M
S or with Graod Truok Riilroads. Tick
ets good for six days from date of sale.
A Typical South African Store.
O. R. Larson, of Bay Villa. Sundays
lliver, Cape Colony, conducts a store
typical of South Africa, at which can be
purchased anything from the proverbial
"needle to an anchor." This store is
eituated in a valley nine miles from the
nearest railway station atid about twen-ty-Gve
miles from the n jrest town. Mr.
Larson eaye: "I am favored with the
custom of farmers within a radius of
thirty miles, to many of whom I have
supplied Chamberlain's remedies. Al!
testify to their value in a houaeho'd
where a doctor's advice is almost out of
the question. Within one mile of my
store the population is perhaps sixty. Ot
theso, within the past twelve uitnths. no
less than fourteen have been abdolutly
cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
This must surely be a record' For sale
byJ.W. Hess. - .
DdWitt's Wtch Uazel Salve should be
promptly applied to cute, burns and
scalds, it soothes and quickly heala the
injured part. There are worthless
counterfeits, be sure to get DaWitt's.
J. V7. Hants.
II. B. Wliitlock and family ate sup
per at C. L. Andrews Monday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson and little
son, of Maxinktickee, visited at James
Logan's last Sunday.
Bev. P. L. Browns, , of Culver, and
Rev. Cramer, of Logansport, visited
at C. L. Andrews last Friday.
The road from the Liggett gravel
pit to Plymouth is in a terrible condi
tion caused by so much gravel haul
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse lloham and lit
tle daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Clias.
Thompson, of Plymouth, visited the
family of Dudley Wiggins last Sun- j
Mr. and Mrs. David BottoiiT went
to Xorth Liberty Saturday. They
will go to South Bend from there to
visit their son, James, and daughter,
Mrs. Oliver Spitler.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Andrews w ill go
to South Bend Thursday morning for
a few days visit. They will also at
tend the reunion of the Ninth Indiana
Infantry at Misliawaka.
Dixon Lake, Oct. 2, 1901.
TYXEH AU VICIXITY.
Miss Edith Harris, of Texas, is here
visiting with her grandparents.
Frank Staley, of South Bend, was
visiting his mother last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Haag spent Sun
day vih their son Henry at Peru.
Miss Jessie Jerrall was in Plymouth
Mrs. 'Andrew Korp visited
friends at Lapaz last Sunday.
Trank Haag, of Yoikville,
came lost week to visit with his fath
er and other relatives.
. lr. Denaut and sister, of Walker
ton, were calling on friends here one
evening last week.
Mrs. M. Stoops returned from Ind
ianapolis Sunday where she had been
visiting with Mrs. Alfred Thompson.
Miss Julia Thompson went toXoi th
Manchester last week to stay with
her parents this winter.
Polk township schools will com
mence next Mondav. The teachers
who have lteen selected to teach at
, . ... .
iyncr are .nessrs. uiggins ana Davis
and Misses Jerrall and Huffman.
Excursion lo Micliignu City.
Oj Sunday October 6;h the L. E. &
W. will run an excursion to Michigan
City and return. Special train due to
letve Plymouth oin at 10.42 a. m.
Rate for the round trip only 73
Do net fail to take advantage of this op
portunity to speod a full day on the
shores of one. of the beautiful lakes.
taee ball, boaticg, tUhing aod hundreds
of amusements to entertain you and
afford a delightful day's outin?. Take a
steamboat ride on the lakes. Bring
your wheel along.
For further information call on ticket
agent L. E, & W. R. R.
4iI wish to truthfully state to you and
the readers of these few line that your
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is vilhoat ques
tion, the beet and only cure for dyspepsia
that I have ever com3 in contact with
aod I have used many other preparations.
John tJeanj, West Middlesex, Pa'. No
preparations equals Kcdoi Dyspepsia
Cure H6 it cootains all the natural digest
ants. It will digest ail kinds of food
aod cau't help but do )nu good. J. W.
Iron aud Copper and Where They Are
Fully and interelinglydcscribed in the
tliusTited boosletjcoDUining large in
tiexed map, plainly indicating the region
in which this valuable ore is found, now
ready for distribution by the Chicago &
North-Western R'y. Copy will be mailed
to any address upon receipt of two-cent
stamp by V. B. Kniskern. 22- Fifth are.,
The Annual Ohio Excursion
Via Vandalia Pennsylvania Lines
will leave Lakeville Ind. Oct 3rd 1 1901,
For rates and particulars, call on or ad
drees W. F. Schallborn Agent Vandalia
Line Lakeville. Ind. or C. M. Wbeeler
r. P. A. Teirellaute. Ind.
If you want eome just as good" "I
make it myself," Remedy, try an imita
tion Rocky Mountain Tea. Twill make
you 6ick and keep ycu sick. J. W. Hess.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH CONVENTION.
PeuMsylvania Lanes the Official Route to
Tberf2.ct-rsoft.be Christian Mission
ary Societies have issued a circular in
forming members and friends about the
arrangements made for the trip to Min
neapolis for the 52d Annual Internation
al Convention of the Christian Church
es. Ice Pennsylvania Lanes are an
nounced H9 the Official Route from Ind
iana points. "Excursion tickets for the
evei.t will be sold via Pennsylvania Lines
October 8th, Dtb, 11th and 13th, good re
turning until October 19th with privi
lege to extend to Otober 31et.
Piaos have been shaped to bave the
Indiana contingent mako daylight trips
to Chicago over the Pennsylvania LtneH,
Wednesday, October 9th. going through
together on the Convention Special with
the prominent officers and Excutive
Board, for which the followirg conveni
ent train service has beeu selected:
Leave Ft. Wayne ...10.15 a. m.
M Columbia City 10.50
" Warsaw .1131
' Plymouth 12.07 p. m.
Lrave Valparaiso 1.15 p. m.
Delegates and friends are urged to see
that their tickets read over the Pennsyl
vania Linea via Chicago. Information
about fares and other details may be se
cured by cotaaunictic2 with ticket
genta of the Pennsylvania Lines,
A TOM RSm
Any man can produce a total eclipse
of the sun, so far as he himself is con
cerned, by holding a dollar close to his
eye. The total eclipse
of health is often pro
duced in much the
same way, by letting
the dollar shut out
from view all other
things and interests.
A great many people pay for wealth with
health and admit at last that they have
made a poor bargain. In the chase of
the dollar people are too eager to take
time to eat regularly or choose proper
food, the stomach becomes disordered or
diseased, the food eat
en ceases to nourish,
and physical break
Dr. Pierce's Golden
cures diseases of the
stomach and other or
gans of digestion and
nutrition and so enables
the strengthening of the
body, in the only way by
which strength can be ob
tained, by food properly
digested and perfectly as
" I suffered for four years with
pain in my stomach so that at
times I couldn't work nor eat,
writes Mr. Frank Smith, of
Granite, Chaffee Co., Colo. I
wrote to you about my sickne
and was eld to use your medi
cine, which I did with good
resuits. I only used four bot
tles of Golden Medical Discov
ery,' and must say that I am
entirely cured, and feel like a
new man, aod I can highly recommend your
medicine to any suflerer."
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, 1008 pages, fret on receipt o.'
stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
Send 21 one-cent stamps for the paper
covered edition, or 31 stamps for the
cloth-bound volume, to Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y.
"For six years I irai a Tlctlm of dys
pepsia in its worst form. I could eat nothing
but milk toast, and at times my stomach would
not retain and digest even that. Last March I
began taking: CASCAKETS and since then I
nave steadily improved, until I am as well as I
ever vras in my life."
David H. Mckpht. Newark. O.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do
Good, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gru-e. Kc. 2jc.5lc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Strrilaf Btmräj Coapaat, Lienf, iSmmtrrml. !kw Tark. 311
! llfl.Tft.Rin so' and i?unranted by an dmg-
: HU I U'DHll gisu to tlllE Tobacco HaWt
the: q rea t
BUFFALO, N. Y.
MAY TO NOVEMBER, 1901.
Make arr . eiuvucS now ror your sun
tner vt tion, and j in one of the
special iow tale personally conducted
Lake Erie & Western
The Pioneer Niagara Falls Ex
Both shows this year for one adtnis
sion ror inn particulars, c ill on
ajrents Lake Erie & Western R. R., or
C. F. DAl .
General Passenger Agent,
cjmmnn niiinuini nswsisuisinnnn
I Silver Leaf Flour 1
I Best $1.80 per hundred.
s Zehner's Mill
Kindly taka no'ice that tily's L quid
Cream Btluu is of great benefit to those
sufferers from na?al catarrh who cannot
inhale freely through the noee. but mu6t
treat themselves by ppraying. Liquid
Cream Balm differs in form, but not
medicinally from the Cream Balm that
has stood for years at the head of remed
ies for catarrh. It may be used in any
nasal atomizer. The price, including a
spraying tube, isTocts. Sold by drug
gists and mailed by Ely Brothers. 5G
Warren St.. New York.
Cooetipation neglected or badly treat
ed, leads to total disability or death.
Rocky Mountain Tea absolutely cures
constipation ia all its forms. 3ocents.
J. W. Hees,
Don't get eide-tracked in business
Dullness eoraetimes passes for- death.
Men with hrainä reach the goal. Rocky
Mnuntair Tea puts gray matter into
ones Lead. 352. J, W. Ileee. ,
It is OHsier to keep weil than get
cured. De Witt's Little Early -Risers
taken now ar.d then, will always keep
your bowalsio perfect order. Tbey never
gripe but promote an eaey gentle cti n
For a bad taete in the mouth take
Chamberlaitd Stomach and Liver Tab
letB. For sale by J. W. Hees.
Strltkeu Wltii analysis,
Ilf Dilereen Grimett, of this place, was
stricken with partial paralysis ar.d com
pletely I ott the use ot one arm and 6ide.
After being treated by an eminent phy
sician for quite a while without relief.
mv wife recommended Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, and after using two bottles
of it he is almost entirely cured. Geo.
R. McDonald, Man, Logan county, W.
Va. Several other, very remarkable
cures of partial paralysis have been ef
fected by the usa ot this liniment. It
ia moat widely known, however, as a
cure for rheumatism, epraics and bruizes.
Sold by J. W. Hees.
VSs, TRADE MARK SäfSTIHC
Vanaalia Time Table.
Is Effect Joe 2,
Trains leave Plymouth, lud., u follow:
t:2- Htii, ii.r South Beud
.No lu. ex tun.
No 14, " 12;01 pru.
No b, " . l':0 pui.
No 12. Sunday only... 9:4 aiu.
No 21, ex Sun 5:4. am. for Terr? Haute
No 3, ; ;....li:M p4u.
o 9, ;;:0 pro, for Lo?ansp.,rt.
No 11. Sunday .uij t:.'i tü.
Laktj Muxliikuckee -nnüay tela; excur
sion train cue P'ymout h. fuih b- und 9:14 a.
m., letuming train h-oe Muxluauckce .:.
p. hi .
For complete time card. jr;v'r,s nil tr tik
and stations, and lr fui. i"f--rM-ituij as to
rates, thiouzh car.. te . adre- (.'. Hartman
Ageut, Plymouth. I nd.. E.A.Ford Lieur!
Passeoger Agent, m. L-jt.is. Mo.
Lake Eil& Wexirt-Tj lt. K.
In EfTiC oi ai'i .ifMr J imI ty. 1 r i 5. t - l
Trains will leare Plymouth as follows:
No. 20. T-.ledo. Chicago & .Michigan
Express. Ex. ir.nday 12:W1 pza
No. 22. Toledo. Detroit & Chicago
Ltmited, Dally 5:13
No.24. Muncie, Lafaette& Michi
gan City Special. Ex. Sunday 11:59 pm
No. 21. Detroit, IndlanapoiU & On
oinnati Expres. Dativ f;5y am
No. 23. Uhicajro, Detroit, Toiedo
Indianapolis Fast Line Ex. Sun-
day i. :-2S ara
No 25. Chicago. Toledo & India
napolis Special, Ex. Sunday 5:13 pa
KI.EGAXT NEW SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT.
Trains Nos. 20, 22 and 24 rank oir-ct con
nection for Toledo. Detroit, Chicieo and ail
points Eat. North and Northwest.
Trains 21 and 23 maVe immediate connec
tion at Indianapolis Unl n Station for Cln
cinnitl, Louisville and all points in the
Southeast, South and South est .
Tta.n 25 connects at Indianapolis withfast
trains for t. Louis nu Southwest.
For further information call at L. E. &W.
J. M. DACBENSPECK.
Agent Lake Erlefit West ti. H.
F.C.Daly' GMeral Pa--ntrr Atfeni.
::oldin first or second class tickets in 1ay
:oarhes on thru trains, insuring scrupulou.Mt
-cioan cars enroute.
Est: red down.
I Plate ransenc'r
"West: reJ up.
9 I 2
4 Trtim Daily. 3 S I 1 Li
t 18 15 10 2b
9 33 ... CLic&co..
.1 00 10 15
4 C9 .- Valparaiso..
4 57 So. tmuh
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6 27 ....Hibbard ...
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5 62 3 43 9 4
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7 i' I 3. 1 66 ...CleTtlaud ..
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j 6 60 3 3d! 7 35 .. Nw York..
Ü0 05. 5 W I Boston
I l.ocai I tmi. ra.-tt.iund between tutif Ieland ami K ii'x",
n.y on Mt.uJay, He lnesdsy and 1'riday ; Weettxiuiii ' i.
du Tuesuay, tliuri lay and Saturday.
LUhttypeA.M Dark type P. M.
t Dully txcvj.l Sun Jay . f . on Mpnkl.
r-ra-wirff Room Sterin? Cars on N:. 2, 4 an 1
thru to Cleveland, Erie, P,utT?lo, New York
nnd lioston ; on Nos. 5, Ii und l toChirairo. Heals
pre served at '"up-to-date" Dining Stations ttr:-i
in Nickel Tlate Dining Cars at opportune rural
hours Uai-'snjre checked to destination. )a
üxjiüry you will find our rates are always lower
ii in via other lines, service considered.
Fr rates and detailed information, address B.
F. Horner. General Passenger A cent, ("levcla-id.
p., C. A. Asterlin, T. V, A.. I'U Wayne, Ind.. -.r
Wal Ticket Acent
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K-l ti::u.t a Furstos to leti vtssenptn trc.m Vart U.m
er pf:r,U wt tircot. x S'op oa Wfal to reeeir er üscic't
fru J 1 nrawh or nin't : therect
ü: !72 Train Ka. 24 oo coBnrtion east f Pittsbarrt ;
ta. .;or litta u eastern poiati will tot bt ln-jtnd oa iti
J. L. PHCiv. E. A. FORD,
Genrsi Kinawr. c iTlr 1 Pacurva 1 f
1 or time cards, ratts of fare, through tickets,
bljrteo Checks and flirthpr lr.f.mnitl.in r.
guiiing the ninnin? of trains, apply to any
Agent oftuerennsj lvanial.in.es.
In eflect June 24. tOOO.
WEST BOO D
No 56 No 8 No 6 stations.
A. M. PM.AM.
I PM ' PM . t A M
LvSouth Bend Ar 11;.V 6:15 7:00
SS&S Junc.jll:50 6:10 0:50
Rntfby 11:375::V 6:2ft
Warwick- 11:27 5 44 6:18
Gallen 51:18 5;i'5:5.t
Glendora 11.07 5:22 5:27
Karoda '10:58 5:14 5:12
Derby '10:50 5:0f 4:57
7:55 1:50 7:30
8:35 2:08 7:50
8:54 2:18 8:02
9:: 2;40 8:25,
9:48 2:48 8:33
10:04 2:57 8:43
V ineland... 110:43 4:58 4:45
10:30,3:10 0:0QiAr. St. Joseph Lr.il0:35 4 :50 4:30
Dally except Bonaay.
iTains ivos, 55 and 55 are local freights bu
will oarry passengers.
Connections made with m.11 11n aAins
out of Chicago without the delay and ex-
For full Dartloularalnanlre nf 1vai ticket
agent or ädaress,
All trains arrive at and depart from Van ßureü
iXrvH Union Passenger Station, Chicago.
I ni formed Colored Portera ntfonrl t.a
U."1W83 FRAJfX U. II ALZ,
Traffic Mn. Traffic Mr. . . ,
I I. A I. 8.S.&S. Dir.. I. I.fcl
8treator 111. 6t. Joe. MicnlKan.