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   Albion New Era (Newspaper) - May 11, 1893, Albion, Indiana                                 jnín. Jais*  ; '"T  TV/0 DOLLARS A YEAR.  HEW TO THÈ LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY."  IN ADVANCE  Vol.  -> -  Albion. ]Sroble County, Indiana, May 11, 1893.  New Series VOL. XVIH—No 22  I WHt»-^!! for Thk Fr<A.  ii'JiEx s¡; i.\n: n Fsr ia'.  .s. I.AT-; A.  1;i ;i world st^f-dr,  ;ru-ii uroc! of -r^in — •• <-■■4, hî. 'u'.fî le .'.-r cure, ;• .¡1 -i. 'Uf •.'<>( r an- in. ''i'-d Ì:) Ir'?- ,11 f.^rtii, orpi),;i!V f' tious Î* cj'y.  '^T!''lit Uy.  ¡■•ilf.  their ('¡ill,  • l'Ut'went by. •• î'.f u-orst. ; .'1 rliyiiit»: i! hrnlcr h-v.rî^. -ir-; h i- heeii curs'd, •■ sirwv oar fjiîlir A''.! !! - nine. ' tiir.f's waki t ;\ - irol)iiek;  ist ulilutr" t t^ > Vi-, tli»i ir}::  \v>-roiì't Hl wii' -iiaiue wont by.  ' .¡riiiV niurc íaí» »¡i , ■ ijiie so vicioii ;y • ; ; '<1 •>t (-'.ii'tenieii. I' ■ • Ì. v:'t--. wii.'i, îi;» ¡<:uyet enjoyed. ,( tî:;'.,^:! r le ■ , :uainst i'.ie fraud, ■ icik''^ "-.i' %vi\i'-i and cliiMn-n cry: 'I ii V «nîlv tlj.' .vuy, 1h;ii's very broad: 'i ii'.'V v* -n'u t 111»,no, when Hh:ii:ie went by. A!> " tic!-: ;!i tre. the world f';it:iiiis Wiio ¡i'-', .'r ir- , to iri\ !• reli.-f, î^y l^niü- ], »I'. or ¡;;iins,  Oítl.o-, ••.ii'.sf grief.  T.- !'ot ; ii.ip ricií, u'td ^reat. ; e.ju.iin . ¡he ••"UKiller Iry" Whí) ílieir victitns "lie iu wait:"  uereii i ;U hume, when shame went i>y. l'Hî* v.hen üie tin..' > iid c ¡Jn -,  A" Î. l.Mip.- i.i.I. ^ijjp ^'.r in sijílit,  'J'íie evii-ninuled, wiil lie ditinb; TLieir nature's lUleJwith dro idf'.il ír¡<,'ut. i^<''i»urr<?(¡ from all the heij^uts above. r<T rock«, and hiil!<. lliey ll vainly sigh; But tîioiiKh, siili void of real L'>ve, They 11 be at h mie, when shaiuí! goes by. KK.nxeuy, ^EIJ.  Town aîîd County.  star, be- built  other  Jim fiftodgraff  The Three this season. 5  iliitrrac^.v-s-'ia-iL-  Sam TlriiT was visiting ih Garrett for a fow days last week.  Coinniipslocer Newaam was'm town oa Thnrsday evening of last week.  Wall Tap r and Window Shades— new patteros -Dr. Miller's drngstore.  The ct i » ard of education met iu thie pla?e on Monday of last week.  A daugbtor of Capt. J. B. White, of Ft. Wayi.e, died recently in California.  For Paint, Varnishep, aad Wall Paper go to Huston's and sav« mon-pv." 20wl0  TL  Written for Tíjk Nkw Kit a.  sr}'si:r oy tííe ska.  bv MAY < HA.VMEä din»:AX.  \Vc sailed stmifiht <Mit 'uto the ir'w'ti«: west. Tef gleaming w.rves fi i<:r, <1 c-. >: t«» crest, A sh.»en of ijlorj-: <)verhe;id t'ae -Stretched iu a blaz.. < i y<>l j .,¡1', .^■rli.i'MUi dyes, Till ether wide ami .mh <«1 'nicd tr:ii;Hforined And into living light ami e<>].<r v, ;u I 'ed!  With voices hushCil - f'Tn'rlfuI 01 llie world,— lhir<^nvas^»ma<l ,lv": jr<- ti.e '-«-t'-v. • •lolur'-'^  W  A.  (t -\\ , V'i' w  Ili'  ■d "I.t!  • ; ui ;i_'lr.  : . .1.  lift ■uillui KKi/e,  !- h ; u/.\ '  Ml-iiLV'  Ï lilM. ].l  .ai i!, vk'.  li.  Tliai iliv'''^"-.  1. l'Av«]ií  'ti-  1 i;v  I.- 'o\. ¡.■\T.ell :  «ve'.  — !• A N N \  ■w V.  'J!'  The Dr'lawar© county peach crop 1 this year prouiises to be better than ever before.  Frank Marks, the West Main-St. toGsorialist, made a business trip to Fort Wayne on Tuesday.  ("barley Faltón returned to work at Garrett on Thursday. He bad been visiting his parents here for a few days.  Do yon Itck faitb and iovehealth? Let us establish jour fniíH aod restore your hiialth with DeWiU's Sarssparilla T. A. Hujton.  A. Rhinefrank, express agent at Summit, DeKalb county, is in jail for appropriating $SGo belonging to the i U. S. Expreß Co., to his own use.  Mr. A, B. Young left on Tuesday of last week for I.rncolo Park Sanitarium, whero he will place himself under treatment. He hc^ been in pö©r lip/Jtb r Ajm '» timo.  Tb»' '^^-^fil Tel' c^ra]'.J Co, will put in a loop ia thf-ir line, from An-bnrii to Fort Wayne, to retain ccii-rcction with the latttn- city, frciu which tbey were cut out by soüie (leal of the Weateni Union.  Al via Skinner will boccmo a resi-deut of Toledo, Ohio, this week. He goi s there to placo on manufacture, oa a large scrile. a lí^a^ioa for tightening wire fences, of bis invention. His' la-iuy friend.- b^re wish him suc-iiess in the ändert tiling.  The b^t blood purifier on eni^h is Dr. Miller's Crown vSaraaparilla.  A satsafras tree ia Clay "county ia three and one-half feet in diameter at the base.  Circtkit court is in sessioo. Not much business of importance to the public on the docket.  School has closed, and the pupils arc enjoying the vacation, as are, doubtless, the teachers.  The republicans elected their entire ticket here, except the marshal.  Albion is republican as the results show.  Isaac Hufif returned home from Nappanee on Thursday of last week He has been working for Capt. Voris in his cigar manufactory there.  Frank Kimmell, formerly of Albion, is now located at Summitville, Madison couLty, Indiana, a growing gas I town, where is proprietorof the "Big Four" lunch room.  Mr. Barnum and Mr. Sweet, who attended the opening of the World's Fair, report that the exhibit is not complete, and that it will not be much before June that all the arrangements will be finished for a complete display.  "A wolf in sheep's clothing" —the sub-stituto offered by the '*culter" as^being jiiat a* good as Ayer's Sardapanlla. If you don't want to be bitten, insist upon having Ayet'» Sar8aparilla> even if it is a little dearer. Dt>pend 00 it, it wjli be cheaper for you in the end.  At the corporation election in this place the democrats lost the treasur er and one trustee, and gained the marshal And yet the Noble County Democrat says the democrats made a slight gain. At this rate of "  ho^ ic  control the entire board  ''When Shame Went By" is the title of a poem of more than ordinary iiicrit that we jmblish this v, 3ek from the pen of K. S. Latta, a valued contributor to The New Kr.\. To U8 it Reemp, however, that too many of us ari^ at homo when Shame is on the road, and that instead of letting bim go by, we open the doors of our hearts to him, and make him feel at homo there.  MotheriT íiT9t  'gain-u.itil iKev  mendiog Melol  ever^T^nere. ^^^  Sun.'^eyor Cooper spént a few days in Fort Wayne recently.  About 500,000 people attended the openicg exercises of the World's Fair.  Henry Coe left on Wednesday last for Fort W^ayne, where he will visit for a few weeks.  TLi'V are talking of an electric railway connect Gwré It, Auburn, Waterloo, Asblejr'and'Hamilton.  A son of A^er Smith, who had not Bean his fatblr for more than twenty year», was visiting hiai last week.  Jaioes Burroughs, of Ligoniet,  aged 10 years, died very suddenly of  congi '^tion of the stomach a few days ago.  Are you going to^ paint? It will pay yen to use Rubber Paint, the best paint in the world. Huston, agent. ' 20wl0  Tha Wawaka schools were supplied with some attractive reports from Thé New Eb^ job rooms last week.  Tr.vmps entered the residence of Mrs. Kresse, living west of Avilla, last week, and stole a watch and t^o watch chains.  •  The season for corn-planting is here and as yet there is but little plowing done. The outlook for this crop is very discouraging.  AI ranch office of the Chicago post office has been opened at the World's Fair gronnds for the occommodati^, of visitors and those domiciled there.  ounro  -VOR-  Ladies,  Babies, Lads, Lasses,  ....AXO.. Mund reds oí PAIR« for  Men!  nijnrn  üiiulü  CòmeOne and All and  Examine my Stock  Âad You Will bs Ooamoed  That better cannot he found elsewhere. As my stock is the best on market, such as  Drew, Shelby & Co.,  Pengree &: Smith, And Selz, Schwab & Co.  AimORK WmnANTEO:  mk  XWl wiB paj the highest markefe^nce  ^îid  EGGS'  A ^ In ^Exchange for Goods.  AI.BÌII81«. iniiiAiiAi  SUICIDE.  £, W, WALKER,  -, » ■ «»I •  XvíJTíB.e. s.,  (í-iDlKl-.Cíi.VSOUiH oí CuURliiOr  k  ifresu bread,  t x3uxs. pies and  CAKES, Every Day.  m  O  1 9  S  a  CIGARS, Tp-  BACCOS au<i a Fine Lia. of CANDIES-  .X  ])r mt)tne9r and üfTtninty of its cur« s Imve rna-le CMiambt'tlíiin'á U-'inciiy {fvnion.?. It ia inteti'i'vi cspeci-Rlly í'.>r Cdiii^lm, cold«, croup ri;:d wlioop- | ís t!i.' nro.-it líí' ctusi rem - i e^iy kiioTvn for tiiese-diseasea. Mr C^ Jî. ¡ Mrvi'\ el' l'i'.iuii City, Pa., bh\s: -1 haye 1 .'.fS'iM' on í'imiijl)-rlairj« Cou«.;.! Hí.'UK'<!y. l'xvariîinî eveiy i>oítl • n.jd h'we ni v< r Iieard of one frtiiiüí,' to í^ive, cTitir.'ftatiMÍ'ac tioñ . 50 cent hott';:» for saie ì)y T. A. lIu5,ton, .Vlbion, and M. L. llu.^scy, Croiiiwell.  The Denwn of Despair Inaomui«; and iti twin brother Dys-ivV.) ia, theoffipring of disordered \acb. X paßjiivQ cttre h fo0 nc|. ijp^ iJ&ndelion Bitters. Sold bj all Dfuggigts.  Miss Rebecca Maloney went to «'Chicago on Tuesday of last week to attend' the World's Fair.  Abel Barnum and James Sweet, who went to Chicago on Sunday eve  niog of last week returned on Wedr.csiliiv. ' •  A Luan narked Collin's' at Garrett,  accidentally shot himsel! fchfo\igh the  leg with a revolver a few days ago.  It is an ugly wound but not danger ous.  A terrible tragedy - was enacted in Keyser township last Saturday, of which through the courtesy of Herb Weaver we are enabled to furnish an exact account. Mrs. John Embry, was formerly the wife of N. J. Kirk, but some years ago they were divorced,' he taking their child with him, a boy, now about thirteen years old. Kirk's home is at Kunkel, Ohio, up the Wabash road. Recently Mrs. Embry took seriously sick, and fin ally last week. Kirk was sent for, and asked to bring the boy down to the ^^iftbj^f home west of Garrett, so that tiiG mother ooald see hi.tc. Kirk' started in a bug^y Iftst Thursday, the boy with him, and when he reached Montpelier, he borrowed a revolver of the marshal there. They reached Embry's Friday evening and with-  r ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, : and KOTARY PUBUC.  Albion, Indiana.  tS^^Offlce up stairs in Clapp Block.  X. JT. WRIGLEY,  : attornly-at-law, :  Albion, Indiana«  Office on York Street. Directly west of Court House.  JOHK W. HATS,  : PHYSIC IA N-  ANl)  -SURpKON.f .  Indiana.  , oniee at residence—south side East Mala Street -where all ealls can be made. 4yl  A ibion,  ■f^fAlbion ¥ Lodge,  No. 97 F. & A. M.  WM. THUMP, Sec.  out going in to seo his former wife, lieuularnieetiiipiYoiilst and.W Friday evenings ® of each months All masons of good standing  Kirk left th;i boy there, and went to «-'•e invited to itteud. a. b. vocno, w. m.  some of the neighbor's to stay over night. The next morning about eight o'clock he drove up to Embry's to get the boy to go home with him. The boy did not want to go, but Kirk persuaded him to get in and ride a little wavsi which the boy did. Af-:ter driving about forty ^rods, they stopped, Kirk went out in the woods,  Fordyce Wood, formerly court  stenoi^rapher for this circuit, biit liow i . , , , , . , ,  , , ^ ,, ! circled around a few mintites, and  private necr.lary to ^«^ator \ ilas, | ^^^^ ^  vi.-iited weok.  his . pariant i at Gni rett last  llev. William Talbert attended the fuüeral of .Mir. Talhert's fntber, near Iudiu^iaj<oliri i-ait .veek. Mrs. Talbert,  in: He toid the lad that possibly he wouU soon have neither father nor mother as be Qould not stand it to go-back home alor^e, then he pulled out.the. revolver and shot himself in the mouth. The frightened lad  A Washington dispatch says that who ha» been in^poor health for some juniped out pf the buggy taking the  time, was ai|jiile to attend. | revolver with him, and ran back to  Jobn Iro^ left on last Wednesday I ^^ '  . , i did not learn. Kirk was not taken  , I a-ilditig county, Ohio, where he | fhebuggy. He lived aboiit two  he is entitled to know what the spe- j has fai.ei a contract to put down sev- j hours, then died where he sat, and ÄÜC charges are. It is very likely to , eral lubr lhr wells. John is a hustler i there he remained. About three in  "the civil service reformers are strongest in urging that if a man is to bo removed from office for cause  i rcM'i üvs.ícrs Served at a  ■SB—  ^FURNITURE/,  be the policy of thePostofficeDepart I and a ^-ood workman. Ho was ac-ment ere long that whenever any | comparii m1 by Alex. Owens, of Green person, whether Congressman or pri townhbip.  vate citizen, prefers charges against a postmaster, he shall reduce them to writing and sign bis name a!id have them op3n to the public insnt^ction ! """ ' , in the l^ostotìice Department.'' republican candidate for  congress in this district, and if so  It is ; - "^sible that Prof. Deidrich, who has been consul to Leipsic under the lííirrison administration, will be  Department For several months a young man calling himself Louis Lockwell, but whos^, name is Height, has been in All and employed for a time as ciiik at thfi Williams House. Ho professed to be a single man, and his conduct showed to all who cared to  congressman McNagny wiil have to look sharply after the congressional plum tree in 18U1.  The Goshen Times says that at a recent session of the commissioners in Elkhart county ''a resolution was  the afternoon, some one notified Merica & Weaver, the Garrett under takers, who at pnce sent a man out to bring Kirk to town, also sending an officer along to give any needed assistance. Kirk was found, still in the buggy, and was brought to town, having been all this time, from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m., in the buggy where he was when he fired the fatal shot. — Auburn Courier.  albert ^ è: ^ eagles HDEINTTZST.  Rooms over Clapp's Bank. •vlTnlTti AL.BÍOIV,  K. OF P.)^  ALBION LODGE, NO. 223,  Meets every Thursday ev/Miiiip. All Pythian Kiiifihts in piod standing are invited to attend, fu.  UKO. W. SMITI^fu K. of K. aifU S.  .1. J. MARTIy. • C.C.  vl7n.5ltf  I? o.  jîtibion, Ind.  STOLEN PROPERTY UNEARTHED.  bbserve him closely, that he was a P^®^ ^^^^ ^^  man of no piinciple. It now turns out ihat ho was here under a false name; that he is wanted in Michigan for forgeryvand that while here he was guilty of petty thieving, and that he has a wife in Illinois.  <1^11. tl • ikestlii*^ '.V;Ì V  I A iir<';i;ir«Ml i.. s«H aii  LÌ:  : r:S-„The i  O^FURNln RI:. AT  : Ai^o.ill.ird. ' ^iu the I'lider tiiknin I-iij. proniiAlyand  : .." 'iiilly itt. ad< (ito at alltitiies.  ■ t iniiou.ice til thejiuhlicthat hö .!MÌv ,ind v.kriel le.s oí  Kl:¡)lj(:i-  KATI-;S Co  Respectfully,  A. FULTON.  If prices and a big selectiju couni for anything, it pays to go 10 miles out of your way to get Wall Paper  ofiJufetoQ. 20w2  % --------  ¥ A R M ERS- proctect your hogs by feeding Dr. Hàas' Hog and Poul try Remedy —for sale at Dr. Miller's drugstore. 17tf  feet in length be erected across a pn'dle ditch which crosses the high way on the line between Elkhart and Noble counties about one half mile north of the south east corner of Elkhart còunty, at the joint expense of said counties, and that notice of adop tion of this resolution be given by the Audit-or to the board of Commissioners of Noble county."  , A New Joke -  On ilic liver. When it is ont of order and y oil feel blue, try ft fe-.v do8<;s oí Rfí^us' Little üiant Pi!'» Your liver will appreciate tljc joke. Fur sale by Thea. A. Uustoo.  Last Thursday while working near the railroad east of this city S. C. Wilhelm and his hired man found a shoe box containing 24 pairs of misses' shoe? neatly concealed under a stump. The box had evidently been in its hiding place but a few days and when opened the contents were found in good condition. The shoes had been consigned to a merchant in Omaha, Nebraska, and had evidently been taken from a car while the train was standing on the east switch. Mr. Wilhelm at once informed the rail road authorities of his discovery and the shoes will be sent to th'eir deBti-na^on. They were evidently stolen by tramps who expected tO find larg er foot wear in the box.—Banner.  TVorth Star  -NO. 380,-  ty Meets everV Tuesday night. All Brothers in good standing areeordially invited to attend.  W. k. Wokdex. n. (j. Vl7n26tf ^ E. S. Bowman, Rec. Sec.  FRANK CLAPP  Has a work Horse for Sale.  OM TIME, f Desired  ^—  ]*íí('.H (if people have Piles, hut Dc\Vitt\ Witch Udzcl Salce ir,ill eure them. T. A. JJuëton.  Hop Plaster  Apply one; yovt don't have to suffer—the refief begins at once. Pain-killing, soothing, stimulating and strengthening properties combined. Clean, sweet, quickest« curing plaster known.  Both sides of the grcnuln« plaster show our signature. Hop Planter Co., Boston, IVoprietors. KnterprlaloK medicine-dealers everywhere sell It.  My Back Aches  <>   

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