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   Albion New Era (Newspaper) - December 28, 1893, Albion, Indiana                                 ne llUon  y  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.  HEW TO THE LINE. LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY."  IN ADVANCE  Vol. XXlI-No. If).  A-lbioiis î^oble Countv, Indiana, December 28, 1898.  New Series VOL. XIX—No.  Wrilleuior Tuk Nf.w Kha.  CHRISTMAS.  Tow^n and County.  Oh: rliri'^tinas! lilfsst-d riirlstrnas!  Til»' «i;iy of ¡ill tin- ye;tr. When angels with n-jok-ini;  Siiis: Hosaiiua's sweet and clear.  Hear Ihein chant the story-  In ;; fnanpir low, Lay the kin« of jilury  Wrapiied in swaddling clothes.  With bowed lieads beton' them.  DalK' and mother mild. Wise meji look wilh wonder AHlie heaven-born child.  Thoatrh loim years have vanished  Sini e that irhirioii'^ morn. Betiilehei'i's star stil! shineth; Ever b. < koninK on.  Kver on and upward.  Hear the kon^i again ; I'<-a.-e to fut Ih ioivv.-r. And goiid w iil to men.  oai.fshhk;. ii i . -:an>a E. Wkl< h.  Writtenfor Thk New Eka.  christmas.  The "Manteli.o" i.s the latest Photo out. HarklessLat them ia three sizes for the llclidhvs. Iw3  13 ■  RAILROAD.  In Effect Nov. 19, 1893. Arrive fit Albicu— Arrive at Albion—  EAST BOI ND.  No. 8 .........'i.''! I  "  Lo< al .  J WEST BOUND.  ..|i.iii ' Nil. 7.......r):."," p.ni"  ...11 a.ni 1.5........ ;i:1.3 a.m  ... 10:4.; p.in 17........ 1 :J0 p.m  .. 1 i-O ji.ni ,l.oc;il ........ 8:30 a.m  *Train>- sfi»p wlien flagged.  Mail:  :30 pm.  a At Albion postoliice— ^^^ «;.>ir.g east 10:r.()am.—7: (loing west lli:50 pm. Night Mai". . loNcs at 7::io p. ni. No Mail sent out on iinnday evening.  J. r. Pkh kettP.M.  For fine Perfumes go to Miller's.  Sheriff Shaock wa» laid op with the grippe all of last week.  The Democrat got out a very cred-itabe double number for the Christ-maa issue.  Harkless is prepared to furnish Photo work on short notice for Holidays. Iw3  Mrs. Welker and little daughter returned home from Kendallville on Wednesday last.  Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Young left on Tbureday last for Oswego, New York, where they will remain indefinitely.  The president's message iu a nutshell is this: "I would put the corrupt queen back on her throne if I could."  Easter Sunday comes on the '25tU day of March, the earliest date possible. The prophets say this means | aa early spring.  I Our old friend, George W. Cosper, ex-postmaster at BrimiielJ, is suffering from a second attack of paralysis. George has a host of warm friends at Albion, where he formerly resided, who hope for his recovery.  Dr. Prices Cream Baking Powder  World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.  IVERY AND FEED STABLE  M. MHAFKR, Proprietor.-^  Near nineteen centuries have sped.  Since shepherds heard the .strains. In which, sweet angel voices led,  Above .Indea's i>lains. The song was new—the singers, fair;  And sonnds. like odors sweet. Descended fn)m the npper air, The .shepherd's ears to greet. The substance of that angel song,  How strange, to mortal ears: WVll might the shepherds listen long.  With mingled joy, and tears. The joyous news, then sent afloat.  Has traveled, earth around; And aching hearts, in hunts remote.  Have, i>eace, an<l comfort found. Then, ring the bell-;; ring soft. an<l cle;ir;  Ring loud, and louder still; l'i>r our Tnimanuel is hei^e.  And says, to all. "good-will." When Christ was born, the ''wise men" saw  His star, supremely bright; And, witli a reverential awe, Tl'.ey journey'd by its light. As, if on soni;' great mission bound  They braved the wintry air. And. halting by a stable found,  The I'riiu-e of glory there. They saw, :ind seeing, they believed,  Then, of ilicir treasuH's gave; J'or, ifi bis face, tlioy had jjerceive«!,  A iiiati'hiess jxnvi.T to s.'ive. Tlicy s , by liirht, (Iivii:e]y s!ied. What noil.' had «^eon before— Iving. whose s)»irit kingdom spread, To .K-can's farthest shore, r.ut, v.ho, the mystery can tell.  Of lift 's str.uiire i.-libs, and flows: He siilTered death, then broke its spell.  And in full triumph rose. All hail! to thee, our risen Lord:  W»' i>rai>e with ev'ry breath, Th(i Christ; who, all our sins abhor'd.  Vet saved us, l)y his death. May we, with Innnbh'uess, most meet:  With penitence, and prav'r. Approach, our holy sov'reign's seat. And, cast our anchor there. KENNKDV, Ni:n. —[U. S. Latta.  THE HAWAIIAN MESSAGE.  He Wiiî rarnlsli You Firb^Cla»^ Riofswith or without Drivers.  He Wni Ornish Geniie, Siylisii Teams for the Use of Ladies.  He will Supply the Wants of Traveling Men with Sample Wao;ons, HE WILL CARE FOR AND FEED YOUR TEAMS.  will Supply the Wants of ALL, and at Reasonable Prices.^^^J Keeps none but trustworhy men about his stables.  Make No Mistakes and Remember the Place—On the Alley East of Court House, Albion, Indiana.  nHAFER^S STA-BLES FOK SUITABLE PRICES A!VD STYLISH RIGS.  F,  URNITURE!lU/iP/?/œ5 ::  m-  URNITURE ! |î :: to Suit Times.  Tlie undersigned ¡  takes this ' way toan-, noùnce to| the ]»ul»lic j that he is j now pre-p.ired to skli- all ' kinds and vari et i es of Fl'Ii.V-IT'iUKat re (1 n <• e <¡ rates.  Itesiifí-t-fully.  Judge Adair says he is trying a genuine assault and battery, with felonious intent, case of grip—that is, Dr. Weber calls it grip—but the judge says he has headache, earache, toothache, neuralgia, rheumatism and a throbbing stonebruise on his heel. As to backache and all other general and special aches, he says he has ez-p.^rieDCod like itr-inci^j's last  suake of ague tliirty five years ago. —Columbia City Commercial.  That's it. When you have "all the ills that flesh is heir to" at one time, with a good many heretofore unheard of ones trying to get a foothold, that's the grippe.  Elsewhere in this issue will be found calls for a county convention to be held at the opera house, Albion, Jan. 13, for the purpose of selecting precinct committeemen, and also to select delegates to district conventions of the republican party. Let there be a good attendance. As this is to be a republican year, the ball should be set to rolling by enthusiastic hands. A chairman of the county central committee will also be select ed on that day by the precinct committeemen chosen at that time.  In response to resolutions by both houses of congress, which he dare not ignore much as it is evident that he desired to do so, president Cleveland transmitted to congress on Monday last the papers in the Hawaiian matter and a message explanatory of himself and secretary Gresham in their efforts to overthrow the provisional government and the restoration upon its ruins of the monarchy.  There is nothing new in the mes sage or papers; that is there is nothing: that the public have not known, and hence nothing that can make the policy of the administration Jess a "policy of infamy," as the New York Sun, the ablest of the democratic papers of the country characterized it months ago, and nothing that can make that policy loss hateful to liberty loving people everywhere. Nowhere in the message does the president intimate that this message aud accompanying papers were demanded of him by the representatives of the people, but he ignores congress entirely and would have the public bo lieve that the action in the oiatter on his part was voluntary.  He knew that the action taken by himself in the Hawaiian troubles was not sanctioned by the liberty loving people of the United States, or of the civilized world, for that matter; he knew that restoring corrupt monarchies was distasteful to the Ameri can people, and knowing this, his message is, instead of being the state ppper of a broad minded statesman w-hiug to give the facts in the case, the plea of the pettifogger to con-pf^ and mislead the public  rWOp\pg]^3FOR|$2.]  THE - INTER - OCEAN  -IS THK-  Most Popular Republican News])aper west.  AXI) has-  -<-THB JuAR©BST OlEOUiATIOJi.H DAILY (I§-i:rr-)^<5.00 ?í;AH DAILY (^.y) ^«.«0  SI:MI-WF,I-KLV §2.00 " WKHKLY . $i.o(»  a  ......As a n»'wspaper THK INTï'"U OCKAN ki'ei)s abreast of the tun« s .....  ......inali rcsj)ects. Ir spares ui'ither pains nor i-xpciise in securing......  ......Aid. ÏMK NEW.S and th ' HI':ST (JF < I'KKKNT LH EUATL K1-;......  THE - WEEKLY - INTER - OCEAN  ... .Is I'dited especially for those who. on acionnt of mail service, i.r......  ......any other reason, <10 not tako a d.iily paper. In its »•olu!">ii>; are to......  ......be found th»> v/eekly nev. s of all t!i»» world condensed and the......  ......cream <»1 th'i literary features of the Daily.  AS A FAMILY FAl'EK IT LXClil S  A Siijiiilenienr. Illustratili, in Colors Oi' KKIHT Additioinl PAOI-S  ......Makinj: in all SIXTICKN Piídos. TinsSiipplcì-i'-nt. containiní-'SlX .....  ......íMLr.'>i of Keadinu Mr. tor. and TWO iiill p:.-.- illu-^ti-iTlriìs, i> al'MK-.....  ......worth tile price charK«-ii f.ir (he jiatu-r. '["UK INTKH OCKA.N is......  ......publi-hed in t'hicajx the news and ( (iiiniien ial cciitcr of all west......  ......of the Alh'uheny .Mouidains. and is better üdajded to tlie l e^-ds of.....  ......file people of that section than any other j):;]ier farther Kast. It......  ......is in aeeord with the people of tlie West both in Politics and Lit —..  ......erature.  THE IjYTKB oc e ax, Chicago.  m  'By special arraniiftment with the publishers of 1 HE INTKR ^OCEAN we are able to offer  BOTH The Weekly Inter Ocean BOTH  ONE —— ONE  YEAR The Albion New Era, YEAR.  FOR THE SVi.n OF  AT ONC  J.  Mmh  1  « -/.O „;/  >i Crjcr^  »I-  HCarcf'jUj and Pio/r:.t,'y Mite  Undertaking Line, + -K  Featherbone Corsets and Waists.  Coi rect Shapes. Best Materials. Latest Styles. Most CoRifortabie.  Recommended by  Ladies who wear them.  TRADE-MARK REQ18TERED.  Dress-Makers say: "They are the best fitting corset i>n the market." Merchants cheerfully refund the money after ^ week's trial ii not satisfactory. Call for them at the stores. f  FEATHERBONE CORSET  SOLE MANUtACTURERS,  KALAMAZOO, MIOHIGAN,  Bro. McDonald, of the Banner, now says that the Indianapolis News only reported "a part" of the conver sation he had with its reporter. This istheiirst time he has denied the correctness of the reported interview. Of course if our brother said some thing that was not reported—something that would have placed him in a different light before the public, we have nothing more to say, but the denial comes in at rather a late hour.  President Cleveland intimates in his recent message on Hawaiian matters that the reason he did not restore the dissolute queen to power was because she would not grant amnesty to the members of the provisional government. A poor excuse is better than none, but even president Cleve land will not be able to make the intelligent people of the United States believe such stufiF as this.  CO.  FOR SALE BY  D. BLACK. nRYGOODS, CLOTHING,/^  . ALBION_______ ^ BOOTS and SHOES, VJ  CGroceries, ^Notions.  HARKLESS has a tine lot of Birds Eye Views of Albion and vicin ity taken from the courthouse tower, size 8x10 inches. Nearly every house is shown in one or another <jf these views. Just the thing to send to your distant friends for Christmas; mailed post paid, to ex residents of Albion, living in any part of the United States on receipt of 50 cts. each. State what part of the town is wanted. All invited to call and see them; they are line. Iw3  For Ohristmas Cards go to Miller's  mind in the matter. To do this he finds it necessary to, by implication, impugn the motives of his predecessor in office, and to discredit all the acts of the legally constituted minister of the United States to Hawaii, Mr. Stevens. To do this he finds it necessary to rely implicitly on the statements of Mr. Blount, an individ ual who went to Hawaii with no constitutional authority to act for the United States; an individual whose verbal and private instructions no doubt were to make a case against the United States if he could, and to take such evidence only as would place the United States government in the wrong. Blount's acts at Honolulu warrant this inference.  The president would have the public believe that the revolution that caused the over turningr of the mon-archy was without cause, when it is well known that it was the queen's purpose to set aside the constitution of that country, and trample upon the rights pf the people there that  caused the establishment of the provisional government.  President Cleveland dwells at length upon the fact that but a short time elapsed after the provisional government was established before Minister Stevens recognized it as the government of Hawaii, and seems to find in this fact proof that it was by the acts of the United States minister that the new government was given life. He fails to tell the public that on the same day that the pro visional government was recognized by minister Stevens, it was also rec ognized by the representatives of Kussia, China, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Austro Hungary, Bel gium and perhaps oth^r powers. V\\)uld the representatives of these countries have acted as they did, if it had been United States bayonets that established the new ggvernment and overturned the monarchy ?  C —NO MISFITS  Geo. O.Russell, Jr.  -MERCHAMT TAI LO R-  ^Ibion, Indiana.  Shop on F.ust ITIain Street,  0  MADE TO ORDER.  Try me when wanting a  '^lain OF Styli|h  »HIT,  VEKCOAT or a Fair of PANTS.  We Guarantee First-Class Work.  Styles, the Latest.  PEIOES to Suit Your Purse. )  FOR  ;3obby Sur Overcoa-  AND  OR A'  of  E'-A-iTTS,  -CALL ON-  u  OHN S. GREENE, .......\ /[ E RC H A N T T AI LOR  IPexfect :F"its I  And First-class Workinansliip Guaranteed. Try me.  £ast Hide iilquare, Albion  SPECIAL SERVICE, Mid-Winter Fair.  J^^ComDjencing October 23d, the Great Rock Island Route inaugurated a Daily through Tourist Car Line between Chicago and Los Angeles, via the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific to Kansas City and Ft. Worth, and thence by the Texas Pacific to El Paso and Southern Pacific to Los Angeles.  UIHITTKR TCT.  Arrangement has been concluded to run this car on to San Francisco by this southern route, which is an excellent one iu winter season. Remember this car leaves Chicago daily at <3 p. M., by the Great Rock 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 SanFranciso 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 rates, and remember second class tickets are accepted on these cars.  Address for full particulars,  JN'O. SEBAST1.4N^ G. T. A..  C. R I. & P. R Y., OXilO-ii^O-O.  CAN YOU WRI're?  Special News Correspondents wanted in every city and town in the U. S. and Canada. Address, with stamp,  International Special News As-saciatltin, Boston, Mass. ^ami  DRAIN-  at the  ALBION TILE  lAClOKV  /—Not Burned with Gas, But with Wood, and Warranted ^—To Give Satisfation.—^  • i'ru'krt asfom.ows;  8 inch tile per 1000 feet $10.00  4 " " " '' '' 15.00  5 " " " •• 20.00 ' 26.00 ' " 32.00 ' " 45.00 ' 65.00 ' " 90.00  6  7  8 10 i 2  ■AND STILL  Special Discounts for Spol Cash. FRANK LANDGRAFF.  yoilcc of linai Settlement.  Id Iho ni:itt«T oi tlii^ e.^t'itc f In the No'ole (.'ircuit of .loliii W. <iriin. (le- - 0>urt. coast'd. \ ,la!i!i:iry Tomi, 1894.  Notirt' is lu'rehy that th«'undersigned an  as Administrator de l)«)i>i.s noil oi" tlie Kstate of .lo'.in W. (iriin, «UM-easeil, has pri'sented and tilv'd Ills at-coiint arni vouchers in lin.-il settlement ol saitl «'State, and that the same will eome iil)f<)rthe exaiiiiiiation and action of said Circuit Court  ON THE 8TH I»AV Ob' JaNUAUV, at which time nil persons interested in said Kstate are retiuired to aiUKMr in said (Mrcuit Court, jnul sliowcau-se, if any tiiere l>e, why said account ai'it V >uclu'rs shoulVl not l>e approved. And th;' lieirs of said estate and all (ilhers interested therein, are also hereby required, at the time an i pla<'e af<ue.said. to app ar and make proof of their heirship or claim to anv part of said, state. BEL\ liKOUdnXON,  '.>w2 Administrator de l>onis non.  Repairing, Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing, ¿cc., done at  HOFFMAK &  Bead Wagoa Factory, Near de{K)t.   

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