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   Albion New Era (Newspaper) - November 23, 1893, Albion, Indiana                                 TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.  •HEW TO THE LINE. LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEV MAY."  IN ADVAr^CE  Vol. XXII—No. II  A.lbiori3 I^oble County, Indiana, jNTovember 1S98.  New Series VOL XVIII-  ■No 50  BRONZE TURKEYS  IH.\VKOVKltf;(»('1i(>i. i' Uroii/«'Turkeys l»rf«l from ;i liiH- Turn. over  ^O lE'OTJI^TIDS.  And Ifen« wfiurhing: from to Pounds» each.  Tliesi'Turkt'vs were lu'iici' tiii'\ an*  nii^icd in brooders, verv r \ .M K and I'rccilcr«^.  Xo be 1^0Id br*\*'«»en- — NOV. 1, and Vi,  FÖBREST L. WllIfiliT. All.ion. Indiana.:  JijUe^ideiioc iii¡!. n north auii miles \vf<t of All'ioii.  i.MVt  AJjJJ Kinds  Repairing, Blacksrnithing, Horse shoeing, , dune at  Hoffman & Go's.  Road Wagon Fnctorv, Near depot  To Wliom It^ay Concern:  This is to certify that W. H. Are-hart, of Albion, Noble county, Indiana, is our authorized general agent for the state of Indiana, with full power and authority, and wishes to secure some good canvassers. This is a good chaLce for any man of experience in canvassing who wishes to make money. Address \V. H. Are-uart, Albion, Ind.  General Agent for  F. S. Taft k Co.  F. S. Taft, ) D. D. Sheldon.  Baltimore S^- Ohio Railroad In Effect July 9, 1893.  Arrive at Albion—Arrive at Albion—  east bound. westbound.  No. 4— '2:17 am. No. 7— 5:15pm. " 12—10:00pm. '' 11— 3:45 am. " 14—11:09 pm. " 17— 1:19 pm. " 10—11:11am Local — 2:05 pm Local— 8:30 am.  Xloilc rinCP Albion postoflice-Mdllb VylObt (foil)-eas! 10:41 am.—7:30 pill.  Coiii}; west ri:4i' pin.  Chioin^ VÍKlít !'ou.l> .lor-« J.*  exeepi oa Suiiday when ft ció»« af 5 p. m  j. r. vuickktt P. m.  WORTH DOUBLK THE MONEY.  Send at once to John Sebastian, G. T. A., C. R. L & P. R. R, Chicago, 111., and receive, postage paid, the slickest deck of cards you ever hand led. Only Ten Cents per pack, in stamps or coin. 49m3  Z. JI. WJilGLEY  A r r o K N K\- A T - L A W.  Albion, Indiana.  Otiice on York Slrei-t. Directly west oí Court House.  Z. W. WFLKEIi,  ATTOKNEV-A r-LAW, and NOTA 11V ITHLR'.  Albion, Indiana.  Offiee up stairs in Clapp Bloek.  JOHY W. HA YS,  T'HV.SICIAN —  AM« :  ; —>I;K(;KO.\.:  Albion,  Indiana.  Oüiceai r<-^i'liMicr-s.iutii side East Main Street-where all i-au- c.in be niavle. 4yl  Written for The New Era.  rELLOW LEAVES.  albert ^ e. ^ eagles IDEISTTIST.  Rooms over Clapp's Bank. vnnlTti Al^BIOlV, I!VD.  Diime nature's rule, we de u-Iy love, When field, and wood, are ^reen ; AihI, all around, an«i all above, Are blent, in one bright scene. Yet, but a link, is siimiiicr-tiine,  In nature's inoviiiii eliaiii; And tlionfili a boon to ev'ry elltiii;.  Its briefness, >;ives ns pain. Beyond sweet .June, the tl.-.-tin;.: d lys,  <;row short, and shorter -till; Ia'ss potent, are the solar rays.  And, eveiiiiiii's breath is eliill. The leaves which decked the living wood,  From lieat, a welcome screen, Tliat shafts of sun, an«l st )r,n witlistoovl,  Are in transition seen. TliP lovely trri^<'n, niid y. dow, blend.  In colors bright, as gold; An<t, to the eye, a beauty lend Tliat words have never told. And, i»rij:hter still, the tints appe.ir.  As frosty morninjis dawn; r.iit. whrn tlie Hutuniii win.Is draw near.  We «luickly tind them {io"«'. And we, are near of kin to leaves.  With Rreeii.and yellow sta:;.-. And, in the last, the spirit grieves  The niva^'cs of ajre. The green of life, with sp.irkling i:l<»w.  Makes but a transient stay; Like leaves, we. into yellow grow.  And, pass, like leaves, away. When leaves have done tht-ir work they fall.  And in deep sileiu e li''; Nor, will they rise, at human call,  To greet the "longing eye." And, we mu-«t lie. as low, as they  But. if, in iJod we trust. When eomes, the final judgment <l:iv.  His tniinp will wake our dust. Then all the dead, from far. and near.  Who've watched, believed and prayed. Will, at tiie pearly gate appear,  In shining robes arrayei". Beyond the grave's djirk i»rHon-i>en, Where, death no life-cord cleaves. They'll dwell in fadeless bow'rs. an<l then. There'll be no yell nr leaves.  Kenneov, Neu. —[K. S. Lati a.  Written for The New Eua.  NOVEMBER.  Ah! November thou art with us, With the same cold sulh ii grace : Kobed in garnients dull and sombre: llain droi)s tears u|K)n thy f;ice.  O'er the fields so brown and barren, Thou dost wander at thy will: Ah! full well we know thy presence In th© air so bleak and chill.  Ail ¡miiited ,  With beäitr Strang« and r?.rc; Tliuu hast hurled, and wildly scatter'd O'er the landscape, everywhere.  All the birds have sought a covert, Or to sunny lands have flown, Since the days have lost their brightness. And the nights have longer grown.  All the little llowers have vanish'd; Sullen rolls e.'u'h innnnuring riil. And all nature seems as i)lacid; Silenced by thy austere will.  But the winds are ever sighing; Storm clouds sweep the skies across, And all nature seems as grieving O'er the beauty it has lost.  Ah we wonder not that sadness Is engraven on thv face, For thou art the last remaining Of the bright autumnal ra«'»i.  And thou dost proclaim i lie coming Of one graver and severe. And the closing up forev.'r Of a long, eventful year.  —[Mus. M. A. A. Sexter. I. a when ck, Mass.  l/MDOJ/  -KNOCK- ^^  IMIUUIV  nniAiM  UOill!  DDinrn  -rRICLS"  ! lilULU  Towx AND County. !  ATC. SCHWAB'S.  Piosocotor Fleming was in town on i Thursday. |  Mr. and Mrs. George Shipley, of ^ South Chicago, attended the funeral i of UicharJ Williams. f  I  The grip has made its appearance in Goi^heu, and the News bays prom-isen to become epidemic.  Ex auditor Wm. S. Kiser was at ; the Hub oa Tuesday, as was ex audi- | tor Jas. C. Stewart, on Friday. i  Dauiel Woolverton, of (it).slien, ' was arrested at that place oa Wi^dops-dav last f'.)r passing spurious couu- i terfoit dollars. |  I Judge J. H. Baker, of the Federal ;  I Court, and Mrs Baker will make thoir home at the Deiinisou Uouse, Icdi auapolis, tbis wititer.  Mr. and IMrs. Fred. Gappinger, of j fi-this place, spent Sunday of last week i vvith the family of Mr. John Gap pinger, of Kendallville.  Rev. Harrold, of Goshen, is the new lutheran minister here, instead I of Rev. Deifeabach, as was reported at the time Rev. Erick resigned.  Fort Wayne's tire last week destroyed the Aldine Hotel, of which James Shepler, formerly of the Williams House, Albion, was mine host.  D.indruli' is due to an eniV-ciiled state of the skin, Hali's li^iir r »¡aick-  eos the uu'riiive I'imctions of the skin, hoalioi,' au.i preventin«; the foruiatioD of dandrulf.  Ex sheritf Richard Williams and  Mrs. Chas. Campbell died within  about the same hour on Tuesday.  The burials wore on the same day— Thursday.  Judging from the last is'^'ies ^-f tht AidoD pap^ra the busifiQfca miji uf i* that place seem to be waking totheir [ interests. 'J^he newspapers show a tioe display of advertisement». —Gar rett Clipper.  The Agricultural College at Lansing, Mich., has its vacation at this time, and the students from this vi cinity, Otho Riddle and Louie Ed wards, are at home.  Prof, and Mrs. W. B. VanGorder drove to Avilla on Wednesday morning after receiving a telegram that the father of the former was at death's door. The latter died on that morning.  ter ■; if; -¡t x "k'.- v, 's-  ALBION, IND.  n l irst Oiiality iN Split Boots,  FOIt  worth  BOOTS  1.50  %  $1.60  M>K  1.25  worth  ^ Calf Shoes  i^.25  brain School Shous  $L00  FOR  90c.  have the best _ Try them.  $2.50  Men's boot on Market.  SILVER DOLLARS ^^^ SCARCE.  AT MARTIN'S HARDWARE gSJVS!^  Hardware as at any place in the County.  They have the celebrated Steel Beam Bryan Plow —The Leadinct Plow of the Day—  ALSO THE GIBBSTND FAIRFIELD PLOWS AND ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS  01 i VC J' Points, Faiì'Jìcìd Poiìits,  . Barrh /'oÌ7?i%,  Bryan Points,  Solid Comfort Points-, St. John Pcints,^^  COMMISSIONERS' COURT.  Order of Business for December Term, 1893.  The Hoard of Coiiiuiissioiicrs of Noblo ('(«uiily. Indiana, liave adopted tlu* follow in« onh-r ol business for the iH'ceiulier Term, isij.5, of said Board,viz:  Mom>a\ . December 4.—Applications for Liquor Licenses.  Ti ksi»ay. DecemberDitciies.  Wki).vksi»av, December <;.—Koads.  Thtk^kav. De<-ember 7.—Appointment of Secretary of Hoard of Health.  FitiDAV. Dec«'mber X.—Claims and Miscell in-eons business.  saxriiuav, December «.—Claims and Miscellaneous Idisiness.  All bills to be allowed bv the Commissioners must be tiled with the Auditor on or betöre the first day of the Term. Hills not tiled bv that time will be continued to next tt rr.i. This will be strictly adhered to. Those having business before said boar.l will be governed i>y the above order <if business.  Hy order of Hoard. S. Hai'M, Auditor of Noble County, lud.  (JlarJc .'^oinist, ^ -  Will sell the balance of ourp ,inArT\Ty OTAl^JC^ Atand ])elow Cost in order uAoULlnii MU\ DO  T0.031j0SEÍ TBEEDV^ OUT.  We sell the following named Heaters, well known in this county for their excellent heating and iire-holding qualities:  Garland, Monitor Parlor-> We have a few old-Peninsular-, lloitnd Oak. style heaters at-  Your own Price—The Money will make ns tumble in price. Try us, at  Martin's Hardware, Albion.  Non-Resident Notice.  mK. OF  ALBION LODGE, NO. 223,  Meets every Thurvday evc nini,'. All Pythian Knifihts in ;iood standinji are invited to attend.  (iEO. W. SMITH. .Ik. K. of K. and S.  W. H. M< KWLN, C.C.  viTirdtf  Ida M. Whitman, vs.  Samuel F. Wliltman.  Tj^;;Albion ^ Lodge,  [r^': No. 97 F. ife A. M.  Retiular meetines oii 1st and :id Friday evenings <if each month. AH iuHs<»ns ot -.iood standing au; invite.i to itteiid. A. H. Yorx«;. W. M.  WM. TKI MP. .Sec.  I. O.  O.  VIortb SUir  -WO. -  j^lbion, Ind.  Hr"Meetsevvr< Tile (¡.tynigiit. All Brothers in Kood standint; are cordially invited toatteud.  Wm. H. .M< Kwkv. N. G. y^7n26ti K. S. Bowman, Uec. Sec.  Stat'' of Indiana.  Nol)Ie County, ss: In the Noble Circuit Court of Indiana. No :tOJ5.  J Complaint for Divorce  HK IT KNOWN, That on the L'lth day of No-vemlier, IXiKl. the above named jilaintitl by her attorney filed in the oltice of the (Merk of the Nolde Circuit Court of Noblt> County, in the State of Indiana, her compl.iint a^Hinst the above named defendant, and the said plaintiff having also tiled in s.iid Clerk's ollh-e the allldavit of a c<»nipetent person, showing that said defendant. Samuel F. Whitman, is not a resident of tne State of Indiana; and tiiat tin object <»f this action is to obtain a divorc e; and also the aflldavit of said plaintiff that tlnj residence of said defendant is to her unknown, and whereas said plaintiff having by endorsement on said complaint re'iuired said defendant to apjiear In said Court and answer or demur thereto, on the Kth day of .lanuary, isi>4.  Now Thkkf.kore, said defendant last above named is herelty notilie<l ot tiie filinji and pendency of said complaint against him, and that unles's tie appear and answer or demur thereto, at the Ciillinj; of said «-ause on the 8th day of January. the same beinp the 7th judicial day of a term of said Court, to i»e beKim and held at the C^mrt H<»nse, in the Town «d Albion, in No!>le County, Indiana, on the first Monday in .lanuary, 18iH, said oomidaint, and the matters and thin^cs therein containe»! and alleged, will be heard and  determined In his absence. .....  FUANK 1'. BOTHWELL, Clerk  of the Noble Circuit Court.  November 1.3, 1W<3.  Thomas M. Eells, Attoniey for ri'lT. 49w3  The beHt blood purifier on earth ie Dr. Miller's Crowo Sarsaparilla.  FARMERS, protect your bogs, by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog and Poultry remedy. For eale at Dr. Ililler's drug Btora 18nl7tf  E. B. Gerber will succeed N. B. Newnam as one of the board of county commissioners at the December session. "Nick" has been a familiar  tigure on the board for a long number of years.  The president and Dan Lamont mysteriously disappeared from Washington for a day hist week. It cfuis-ed commeut, bat the newspapers didn't know that th«y wore out be hind the barti kicking theinsolvHs for the position taken in Hawaiian mat ters.  At last there is to be a new pen sioQ board for tbis coanty at Kendallville, to supercede Drs. Hays, Gilbert and Green. The new board will consist of Drs. Geo. Teal, John Dancer and William Veazey. Albion is left out in the cold, and soldiers are not in it to any groat extent.  Deputy United States Marshal Wilkinson, of Ft. Wayne, was in the city on Tuesday to secure the attendance i of witnesses in the case of a physi cian whom he arrested at Burr Oak for sending medicine through the mails for an unlawful purpose. The medicine which was intercepted is said to have been addressed to a young lady iu Ligonier.—Leader  There are but few peisons who knew hitn who will not foel sorrow at their h<»artsat the death of the whole souled editor of the Goshen Democrat. Among these few wo number the "dead-beata" who swindled him out of small amounts on subscription, advertising and job work, to whom he gave considerable free advertising. He had a holy horror of d;>ad-beaiism and dishonesty, and of tnen, whether in or out of the editorial profession; ; I who refused to pay their debts, and ' boasted of being *'ooUection proof."  WHEN YOU BUY, TRY US.  THE - INTER - OCEAN  Most ro])ular Rci)ul)lican Xewsoapcr west.  - am> has  PIT  LrAllGEBT  DAIí.Y (:• . ; •)S(ì.oo SIìMI-WHIALV  u  ViMUCmr ) liVù WHHKLV / $1.0(1 ''  ...\s ;i newsi'iiper 1 Iii". INri'U Ot'KAN keeps ;iuivast ol ilie tinns ., ..in:;ll r.-N|M'et-;. Il .^ìcires neither iior expense in seeniini,'..,  ..ALL Tili; NKWSand the l'.KST OF CUKKKNT MTKKATCUH..,  SPECIAL SERVICE, Mid-Winter Fair.  2^^^Coriim»>ncing October 23d, the  Great Hock Island Route inauguia-  ted a Daily through Tourist Car Line  between Chicago and Los Angeles,  via the Chicago, lijck Island and Pa-  citic to Kansas City and Ft. Worth,  and thence by the Texas Pacitic to El  Paso and Soiitherii Paciilc to Los Angeles.  lldTTI^It YKT,  Arrangerti>nt has been concluded to run this car on to San Francisco by this southern route, which is an excellent one in winter season. Kb-member this car leaves Chicago daily at <) p. M , by the Great Kock Island Route.  The above mentioned Tourist Line is in addition to the double weekly service from Chicago, Tuesdays and Thursdays via Rock Island Route, Denver and Rio Grande and Southern Pacific through Pueblo, Salt Lake, Ogden and SanFranci&o to Los Angeles.  Low rates and excellent service, coupled with the fast time made by passengers on these Tourist Cars, make them as they deserve, very popular.  Any Coupon Ticket Agent can give facts as to ra^os, and remember second class tickets are accepted oa these cars.  Address for full particulars,  J.NO. SEB.i8TlAN, G. T. A., C. R I. & P. RT., CXIIC-A-O-O.  What 13 this .  anyhow  7  It is the only bow (ring) which cannot be pulled from the watch.  To be had only with Jas. Boss Filled and other watch cases stamped with this trade mark. A postal will bring you a watch case opener.  KeystoneWatch Case Co.,  PHILADELPHIA.  MYSTERIES!  I  W  T^ T  \\  Y - INTER -- OCEAN  ..l< edited es[)eeial]y for those who, on aeconnt ot mimII servi.'e. or......  . any oiiu r reason, <lo not t.ike a d:<il\ p.i|ter. In its eolunins are ti»......  ..li" fonnd the wet'Uly news of all the world eontlensed and the......  ..rreani ot in>' liti-rary features of the Daily.  ft consists h..........  AS A TAMILV j-'AlM-K IT lìXClìI.S A Suiipleinent, illiistnititi, in Colors„k ..............................pa.iks  ......M.ikinu in .•^,11 SIXTl'l'X I'.iiies. This SniMdenient. eoiitainiiif; SI .K .....  ......pajr-'s (tf H. ¡idilli:-M:.. ter. and TWO lull pa^re lllnstrntions, is alone.....  ......wnrth til.-pr j. e (•h.ir:;ed for the jciper. TIIK I NTKU ()<'K.\ S is......  ......piildi>lH il in Cliieau the news and eoniinereial center of all we>t......  ......ol the Alleiriieny .Nloiin);iins. and is better .-^hipted to tlie needs of......  ......the pee.ple oi tliat section Than any other p iper farther K.isC It......  ......is in .iceord witii the ¡ eople of the West both in Polities and Lit-......  THE JA TE7Ì OCEAjY,  Chic((i:io.  riT^i^y spceial arrantioiDent with the publishers of THE INTER OCEAN we are able to oiler  BOTH The Weekly Inter Ocean BO"^  ONE  --AM»-  ON  YEkR ' Albion New Era, YEAR.  t€íK 'IHK SI .n OF  [  JO  VT  T  Silii!  iiifii!  the Nervous System the Seat of Life and Mind. Recent Wonderful Discoveries.  Nn mystery has ever compared with that of human life. Ithasbeea the leadinir suhjeet of professional research and study in all ay:es. But uotwithstanding this fact it is not generally k n o w V that the seat of life is located in the upper part of tho spinal c o r tl, uear the ba>o of t he b r a i n. and so sensitive is this portion of the nervous system that even the prick of a needle will causo instant death.  Recent discoveries have demonstrat^^d that alltheoiiiansof the body are under the control of the nerve centers. Located in or near the base of the brain, and that wlien these are deranged the organs which they supply, wuti m>rve iluid are also deranged. \\ hen it is remembered that a serious injury to the spinal coni will cause paralysis of the body below the injured point, because the nerve force is prevented by tlie injury from reaching tli»» paralyzed portion, it will be understood hoyv-t!ie deraniiement of the nerve ccnters wiil cause the derauRement of the various organs which they supply with nerve force.  Two-thirds of cnronic diseases are auo to the imperfect action of the nerve centei-s at the base of the brain, not from a deiun-je-ni-nt primarily originating in the oi-^an it-.»^elf. The proat mistake of physicians iii treating; theso diseases Is that tliey treat the o' '-;aii rather than the nerve centers which are the cause of the trouble. ,  Dr. l'«.\nklin miiiefs, the celebrated spe-cialist.has profoundly studied this suljject for over 20 years, and has made many imixjrtant di-coveries in connection with it. chit-f'imon!; them being the facts contained in the ahov»; statement, and that the ordinary methods «)f treatment are wrong. All headache, dizziness, dullness, eonfusion, pressure, blues, mania, melancholy, insanity, epilepsy, St. Vitus dance, etc.. ar.i nervous diseases no ijiaLier how caused. The wonderful success of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is due to the fact that it is based on the foreiroirifrpi inciple.  i)!i. Milks' Restouative Nekvink is sold by all druKgists on a positive guarantee, or sent direct by 1)r. Miles Medical To.. Eikhart, Ind., on receipt of price, ?l ucr bottle, six bottles for g3. express prepaid. Iu coataaua neither opiates nor dangerous dru^s.  ^SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.   

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