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Albion New Era (Newspaper) - September 14, 1893, Albion, Indiana §h Mim TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. /'HEW TO THE LINE.LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." IN ADVANCE Vol. XXII No. 1 * j^lbion. IS'oble Coxanty, Indianas September 14» 1893. New Series VOL. XVIII—No 40 Written for Thk New Era. THE FOREST. FIRE ALARM. NO MISFITS GO. ' J r. Geo. 0. Russe -MERCHANT TAILOR- ij^lbion, Indiana. Shop on Vjtmt .'Tlnin Ntreel^ MADE TO ORDER. TliV ME WHEN WANTING aI plain or Stylish' »V'lT, nVEKCOATora I U Fair of PANTS :_ We Guarantee l-irst-Class Work. Styles, the Latest ( PRICES to Suit Your Purse. ALL WELL WORK GUARANTEED. WELLS! JOHN L HAGUND ruts in Wells of all kinds on short notice. y^ooo I RON nHAIN PUMPS, I PUMPS, V PUMPS. And all kinds of Repair«. If vou are in need oiTAî^K.8. Pipes, Hydrants. Also handle all kinds W-i",,, Goo«.. call and sef. us kkfoke buvino. We do all kinds of PIPE FiniNG, And You will find us at A. J. Pabks' PuMF Shop, ^lloiorL, lan-d. WELLSI nu. ww^Wif^ùMkimÊff} Written for Thk New Era. THE FOREST. (), Rive to me. the graceful charm. The soothing and the blissful balm, That like nymphs and sun-kiss'd flowers. Are found within the wooc'y bowers. Various are the scenes of mirth, The Joys and pleasures of the oartii; But dearest unto me of all. Are those within the forest tall: Where the sylvan solitude rin;is With the sweet song the brown tbriish sings; And the tears of Isis bloom Far away in ebon gloom: Where salubrious fragrance rare Richly hides the ba!my air; And weird music, by the bri^eze. If made among the b<Miding trees: While here and ther-», down through rifts, Beaai:i of su.ili<;Ut shiue and sift; Giving a bright, soft, golden haze, To all surrounding foliage: Where mosses and lichens rling. And bubbles forth the little spring— Bidding me to bow and dnnk. The limped liquid at its brink; And the samian wine defy To in sweetness this outvie: Where full many a trailing vine With nchest drapery entwine, Making arbors dark and green In the woodland's bri;4ht€st sheen: Where celestial Venus i oves. In beauty,throuumbeageous groves: Where placid nils and babbling brooks Glide on through glades and hidden nooks: Meander 'round in gra^^eful mood Whate'er their little course intnide: Never heeding darksome shades: Lightly failing o'er cascades: And new strength ever gain. Rushing onward to the main. I cannot tell, O forest grand! Thou t>eautifier of the land: The secret joys that reign supreme. When thy sylvan robes are seen: Longfellow, Anderson, Pope and Gray, All sang thy praises in their day; And mayst thou thus, while eons reign. In grandeur stand and peans claim. lawakxcb, Mass. j. Sekteu. Town and County. Dr. and Mre. J. W. Hays attended tbo oncampineat at lodianapolia last week. (Jhas. Knhn and wife, went to Aa-ders )D, Ind., last Wednesday to vihit friends. C. G. Aiehelo, of Kendallville, was in town on Monday of last week, as was J. D. Kelly. L II. Wrigley was visiting friends at Richmond, Ind., his old homo, da ring a portion of last week. Mr. A. G. Cole and family, of near Ligonier, were visiting in town last week the guest of R. J. Uarkins. Mr. J. A. Senter, of Massacbasetts, oontribntes a very creditable poem to this issue, entitled ''The Forest." KARL'S CLOVER ROOT will purify your Blood, clcau your Compiczion, regulate your Bowels, aud make your Ilead clear as a heii. 25c. and 50c. e Written for The New Era. THE WORKERS. FOR Nobby Suit Overcoat AND ^OWt JL' Of Though victims here of toll and pain, Opposed by evil's tide. The friends of him, who once was slain, Through him, are Justified. They know the power of grace to beal, The maladies of sin, And unto all their race appeal, And strive to take them in. They, ia tlie humble footsteps i limmrnfi ^ ' ^ -call on- OHN S. GREENE, I^ERCHANT TAILOR DPexfect DF'its I And First-class Workmanship Guaranteed. Try me. Bast Hide Hquare, AlMon. ■RS. EUillU HATCH. He had not where to lay hts head. In all of «arth's wide zone. In idleness they find no gain, And still by night, and day, In «v'ry street, and ever>- lane They teach the better way. They truly hope, much fruit to find Among their fellow men; Yet, worn In body, and in mind They sometimes question when? The early, and the latter rain, Descend tipon the land, Though long the waiting yet the grain Springs up, at God's command. And so, may zeal, and prayr's and tears. Seem lost on stony ground. But after long, and anxious years Faith's precious fruits are found. T'.>ilon, ye saints, whose hearts are stirred With love for all your race. For Christ, the Lord, the Living Word, Beholds, with smiling face The when of life, from hence should be A beacon, shining bright. For, as the night's dark shadows flee Before the rays of light. Just so, shall end, your life's tunnoil. When tasks, are all complete; And you shall find, a richer soil. Around the Savior's feet. 'Tis but a narrow space divides— Not far your home above. Soon, death will send the veil that hides. From all the friends you love. The precincts of the ray less tomb. Are quickly passed, aud O! In beauty.and immortal bloom. No toil, nor d jatli you ll know! Kexxedy, Neb. R. 3. Latta. Agents (male or female) make $10 a day. New iaventioD. Ev-erj boasehold mnst have it. Small outlay, big profits. Perfection Hfg. Co. 155 St Clair St., Cleveland, Ohio. 39w3 Money to Loan on Long or Short Time—At 6 percent. Interest. PrÍTÍlege to make partial payments. Eoqnire of W. H. McEwen, lltf Albion Ind. Office over E Walters' Grocery. HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS. Dr. MUf MedUxU Co^ Etkhart, Ind, I>BA» fins: For 20 yean I was troubled with h«an disease. Would frequently have falling spells and smothering at nimt tiad to sit up or gk out of bed to breathe. Bad pain in my left side and back mostof the time; at lart I becan* dropsicaL I was very nervous and nearly worn out. gThe least excitement would cause me to thousandsE?^ wtth flnttntag. For the iMt fifteen Tears I ecmld not sleep ou my left side or back until began taking your JVM» M0mH Cmrm. I had not taken it vwy (ottgnntaiMtmnchbetter.aiidl can now sleep on either side or beck without the toeet dieeoa»» fort. IhaTenopain,naotiienng,dfnpsy,iM>wlnd on flioaisch or other disagreeable symptoms. 1 am aide to do aU mr own hoowwork without any trouble andooostder myself ctaied. Skhart, Ind., 1MB. Mat. Elmika Hatol It is now four yean ilnoe I have taken any Am tn better health than I have been Notice, All persons knowing themselves indebted to me will please eall and settle between now and the first of October, as I have sold ont and will quit bosiness at tbat time. Mbs. K S. Baker, 3Ôw3 City ResUnrant. John A. Ott, of Cbarabuaco, was among our paying callers on Tuesday last. His favorite paper is The New Era. The G. A. R. "boys" say that the railroads estimated the number of strangers in Indianapolis last week at 300,000. Patriotism centered at Indianapolis last week. The "old boys" who made, our Nation a nation with a big N. were there. Melol has no equal for bleeding or itching piles; use a bottle and be convinced. Melol should be kept in every family, it may save the life of your child by having it at your hand. If the Fort Wayne Jonrnal is to be l^eliwed, Dr. Parker, of the Kendall ville Ne^s, is a "peace distarber" in the democratic family of the 12th The nightwatohman at BatUr, was accused of stealing a aadk of flour, was discharged, as there was no evidence to show that he committed the theft, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stoops have returned from their visit to Goshen and other places in Elkhart county. Mr. S. says the drouth has been of longer duration there than here. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Favinger, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Winebrenner and Miss Viva Kitt went to Chicago on Thursday last where they will spend a week at the W^orld's Fair. For a sluggish and torpid liver, nothing can surpass Ayer's Pills. They contain no calomel, nor any mineral drug, but are composed cf the active principles of the beat vegetable cathartics, and their use always results in marked benefit to the patient. A large attendance is reported in the Albion schools. It is a shame that there are yet children on the streets, of school age, who probably never saw the inside of a schoolroom. It is an object lesson teaching the necessity of compulsory education. Mrs. Alvin J. Skinner, of Toledo, was visiting relatives and friends at Albion, her old home, last week. She called to have The New Er/i make them weekly visits hereafter, bearing to them the news of Albion and vi cinity, in which they are interested. It is given out that the burning of the U. B. church near Auburn was the result of a feud between the two branches of the church there. They may all be good christians, but it looks to us as though there would be some christians miss heaven by a few "laps," in the end. J. B. Kimball, of Kendallville, was in town last Tuesday. Krans Bros., of Columbia City, have failed for a large amount. The wife of Rev. Erick has been quite sick dnring the past week. Wall Paper and Window Shades— new patterns—Dr. Miller's drugstore. A gang of Postal Telegraph men were working on the line here last week. George Frazure and Mell Denlar spent a few days of last week in Chi-cago. The "Blue Gills" returned from their outing at Bear Lake on Tuesday last. The "old vets" report a splendid time at the Encampment at Indianapolis last week. Put your money in the bank or leave it with the printer, is a good suggestion of the Kendallville Sun. Thos. M. Eel Is did not enter the race at Indianapolis last waek, owing to lameness resulting from a sprained limb. There was no fight at Roby on Monday night of last week. The presence of the state troops prevented it. If you desire a luxuriant growth cf healthy hair of a natural color, nature's crowning ornament of both sexes, use only Hairs VegetaSlo Sicilian Hair Re- Baltimore Sc Ohio Railroad In Effect July 9, 1898. Arrive at Albion—Arrive at Albion— east bound. westbound. No. 4— 2:17 am No. 7— 5:15 pm. " 12—10:00pm " 11— 3:45am. " 14—11:09 pm " 17— 1:19 pm. " 16-11:11am! Local — 2:05 pm Local — 8:30 am. 30 pm. \I;ÍÍ1q rincp Mctilï) V>1Ü3C doing east 10:4l am.—7; Coing west 12:49 pm. rhirnn-r^ Nißht I'oueh closes at 7:30 p. m., UillUI-^U o.i Suiirtav when it 5 p. m. ................closes at .1. r. VuickettP. M. DRAIN TILE On Thursday last at abont three o'clock the fire bell sounded the alarm of fire and in a few moments i.he engine and hose companies were out and headed toward the scene of the fire, which wh'i loentevl in the woodshed and summer kitchen of Mrs. Snrah Irons' residence on South iberty street. B efore the companies reached the scen«i the fire had been extinguished by buckets. A arge number of our citizsns were out to lend assists ice if needed. -at the- ALBION TILE FACTORY. J^Not Burned with Gas, but with W^ood, and Warranted to Give Satisfaction. (Pj-ices as Follows.) 3 inch tile, .per 1000 feet____$10.00 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 15.0C 20.00 26.00 3200 45.00 65.00 90.00 newer. Mrs. John Eaton, of Garrett, was visiting her parents, Mr. ' and Mrs. Richard Williams, for a few days last week. Mr. Williams is yet an inva lid. Mrs. John Gill, who has been vis iting her parents—Mr. aud Mrs. J. B. Riddle—and other relatives and I II jpi fe hfr home hi Chidago ^ l^*And still Special Discounts Of for Spot Cash. FRANK LANDGRAFF. Z. W. WELKER, i ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, i j and NOTARY PUBLIC. : Albion, Indiana Office up stairs in Olapp Block. L. H. WRIOLE T, liUSSi!^.' CU R E D Bmmn 0»r« saved my Ufe ^^ " ^ •od made me a well woman. I em now <8 yean or age. and aa ahle to do a good day's work. May wait lan. Im. KiJmtA Hatol pm IIOIIKV aCTURNCD. Dr. Xllee' Hew Heart Cue at Draggleta. Sold by T. HUSTON. Albion. HARVEST EXCURSIONS. Yes! The Rock Island Route gives low ratee for Three Excursions this Fall. August 22d is the first one aod the rate is low. Ask any ticket agent of any railroad, or any agent of the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway, and you will be informed as to partieolan. and also as to dates of the second and third excursions in September and October. Jno. Sebastian, 87w8 Qen*! Paseeoger Agent ThursdHy last. "True Workers" is the title of a very fine poem which appears elsewhere in this issue from the pen of R. S. Latta, of Nebraska, whose poems are always made up of grains of pure, poetic gold. The poet was looking down the vista of coming years and had his eye on the present democratic con -gress stealing the Reed rules for its government, when he wrote about "stealing the livery of heaven to serve the devil in." Rev. Erick preached the funeral of Sherman Weeks, at the home of the deceased, on Tuessday last. A large number of sorrowing relatives and sympathising neighbors and friends followed the remains to Rose Hill cemetery. The democratic party in congress (as well as elsewhere) is the unfortunate possessor of two wings, anc when one wing flops the other refuses to flop. It is only by the aic of the republican members—the equalizers—that the thing is able to move in the right direction. The Ways and Means committee of the lower house of congress are preparing a tariff bill, and last week heard some citizens of Bermuda who were asking that duties on certain of Bermuda's products be decreased. The fact was brought ont from them that it was the producer and not the consumer who paid the duty. PLEASE PAY, : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Hap^' x:^* ... ;.. fen OÉ«eonYorká6^, ' ^ Directly west of Court House. FIRE ALARM. The Best Preserves. How to be always successful in preserving; how to make the very best jellies. Jams, pickles, etc., and how, at the same time, to do it economically, can be learned from Ayer's Preserve Book. The recipes are all practical and never fail. Ayer's Preserve Book mailed free to any address on receipt of a two cent stamp by J. C. Ay er Co., Losvoll, Maes. ^ llModl^ilianli; JOHN^ W. HATS, :PHYSICIAN- and 'SURGEON.: Indiana. OPftce at residence—south side East Main Street—where all calls can be made. 4yl Älhion, ALBERT ^ E. ^ EAGLES DEIsTTIST. Rooms over Clapp's Bank, Vl7nl7ti Ai^BlOW, IWD. -^K. OF P.S^ ALBION LODGE. NO. 223. Meets every Thursday eveuinti. All Pythian Knights in good standing are invited to attend. GEO. VV. SMITH, JR. K. of K. and S. W. H. MCEWEN. C.C. Vl7n51tf A rAlbion ^ Lodge, No. 97 F. & A. M. Regular meetings on 1st and .3d Friday evenings oi eacli month. All masons of good standing are invited to attend. A. B. YOUNG, W. M. WM. THUMP, Sec. I. o. o. jS^lbion, Ind. A Good Thing to Keeo at Hand. From the Tioy (Kansas) Chief. Some years ago we were vtry much sul'ject to severe spells ot cholera morbus, and now when we feel any of the symptoms that usually preceed ihst ailment, such lis siclcne&s at the stomach, dlarrhajs, etc , we become scary. We have found Chsmberiain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrlcn Remedy the very thing to strai^jliteo one out in such sasee, and always keep it about. We are not writing tili« »or a pay testimonial, but to let our readers know what is a good thing .to ktep handy in the houso. For sale liy T. A. Huiton, Albion, aod M. L. HuMey, Cromwell. All persons owin^ us on account or note are requested to pay, in full, before Oct-1st. J. I)- BLACK. 39W3 , 0. J- BLACK. Nortb Star Lodge, -NO. 380,- Meets every Tuesday night. AU Brothers in good standing are cordially invited toatten»!. Wm. H. McEwen. N. C. Vl7n26tf E. S. Bowman, Rec. SiC. Salesmen, to s^^ll our choice and hardy nursery stock. Many special varieties to offer both in fruits aud ornamentals, aud controlled only by us. AVe pay commission or salary, give exclusive territory and pay weekly. Write us at once aud secure choice of territory. MAY BROTHERS. Nurserymen, 29W20 Rochester, N. Y. FARMERS—proctectyour hogs by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog andPoul try Remedy—for sale at Dr. Miller's drugstore. 17tf (world^S FAIR) as advertised, my ^ X J^^ Jc3 • ^^—WILL NOT BE AT HOME^— For a period, bnt it will be to your interest to consult Mr. Jacob Easlt in regard to the merits of the time tried and firb tested PHOENIX INS. CO., of Hartford, Conn. m Trains Nos. 5 and 7 from the east were late almost every day last week. Emerson F. Clemmens, of Chicago, has been visiting in town the past week. Most of the G. A. R. "boys" returned from the encampment on Wednesday night. Mrs. Rachael Hogan left last week for Ohio where she will visit relatives and friends. A new sidewalk is under way along the south side of the Clapp block on East Main street. William Ray and wife, were visiting m town last week. Mr. R«y is an engineer on the B. & O. road. THiniiyililfiilii - »III rHin movB^ back* to YotIe tofrnsi^p froilii ' the John Huffman, farm north of . town. Frank M. Prickett has acted as deputy auditor during the September session of county commissioners' court. If yon have a friend abroad who is interested in the news of Albion and of Noble county, send them The New Era. SHILOH'S CURE, the great Cough and Croup Cure, is in great demand. Pocket size contains twenty-five doses only 25cts. Children love it. Sold by Druggists. e Mrs. Jennie Hindley, who has been visiting in town for some time, the guest of Mrs. N. B. Rogers, left for her home in Ohio on Wednesday last. But little business of importance, except to the parties directly interested, has been transacted by the county board. It was principally routine business. Clyde Coverstone, of Bristol, Ind., son of Rev. Coverstone, a former pastor of the U. B. church, of Albion, was visiting for a few days at this place last week. Tllmerson A. Prickett, after a visit oi about a week here with his parents and friends, started on his return to Kansas City, where he is employed as book-keeper and stenographer, on Thursday evening. We have received a copy of the Corvallis, (Oregon,) Gazette, of which Conover & Kitson are the publishers. The Eitson of the firm is Elmer E. who is well known in this county, a son of J. R. Kitson, of Ligonier. Malarial and other atmospheric influences are best counteracted by keeping the blood pure and vigorous with Ayer'fl Sarsaparilla. A little caution in this respect may prevent serious i! loess at this season. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the best ail-the-year round medicine in existence. The man who grapped the mile age book from the agent at Butler some weeks ago and made his escape, has been arrested. Tne Auburn Courier says that "his name is Adolph Widney, and renides near St. Joe. His people are highly esteemed citizens, and thnre is no way to account for his strange conduct"
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