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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - April 4, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana Independent in All things Neutral in nothing Quot old series vol. Xxv. No 47. Monk Neville Allen co., i\d., thursday april 4th, 1895. New series vol Oil no. I t. A. Niezer c. P. Mitchel president. s state Bank Monroeville Indiana. Of of of Pitol a 30.000,00. Transacts a general banking Busi Nefs four 4 per cent interest on time deposits. We solicit your Busi-11 e s. A Ioc Sil 3ql"a.itos. Gym. Clem was in it. Wayne monday last a a cleaned seed Oats free from must v Ator. A tie weather the past week has been rather changeable. �?3"or table Oil cloths go to red Elsheimer s Model store. A the a Arm meals and lunch to be had at Glancy s Excel All. A a. Marquardt was in fort Vav Ayrie monday last on business. A a e Are bound to keep in Pace with other . A tie a Stock of canned goods at s is All fresh. Prices Low. A a Mars have been Busy the p is week sowing Oats and grass be d. A attorney a. Clapham of fort Wayne was in town wednesday. A ivies. Meyers is improving but in Nettie is not much utter. Breman has Cut 30 % on All of his foot Wear such As boots shoes and rubber goods. A Edwards Bros have received there Spring and summer Stock of latest style of hats a music has been secured for the a nce on the evening of april 15. 11 Are invited. A assessor Meyers assisted by Eli Bauserman began the work of assessing last tuesday. De Witt switch Hazel Salve cures scalds Burns indolent sores and never fails to cure piles. A grandma Clayton aged wife of e. Clayton is quite ill at the family residence in Madison township. A april fools Day came in with a slight be Luff of Snow which Only covered Mother Earth for a few hours. A or. C. Neptune of Decatur will be at or. Mentzer s office tues Day april 9th to practice dentistry. A see those new goods just univ de at the Model store. They discount anything Ever offered before. A ladies All want the Best and have found this in the Quot Quick meal gasoline stoves Quot for Sale by j. Iii Ezer amp co. A miss Celia Brady of Payne Ohio who has been the guest of her sister the past week returned Home tuesday. A Quot Cut her Throat Quot so says the lady who did not buy the Quot Quick meal Quot gasoline stove such As sold by j. Niezer amp co. A a Martin formerly of this place now located at fort Wayne and engaged in the livery business in that City was in town saturday last. A we. Mercer a Monroeville boy now residing at Salem Ohio writes Home to Liis relatives Here that he is the proud papa of a baby girl. A Deputy Post master George Baker Quot is All smiles to his Best girl miss Ridenovr returned Home Aiter a two weeks visit in it. Wayne. A a. T. Banford station agent of Leeper Clarion co. Pa., writes i can recommend one minute cough cure As the Best i Over used. It gave instant Relief and a Quick to it. A. A Mike Carl and Tom Haley two sports of Convoy 0., were in town sunday last Waltzing their Best girls about town. A the four year old child of or. And mrs. Daniel prouder has been seriously ill the past week at their Home South of Touti. A Niezer amp co., sell More farm machinery Road wagons and other articles than any other dealer. A car Load the past week. A the Semi annual convention of the a c. T. U. Will commence the 11th and 12th of this month at Huntertown this county. A mrs. Kauffman and miss Lena Thompson were in fort Wayne the fore part of this week attending the millinery opening of Armstrong amp co. A la Grippe is Here again with All of its old time vigor. One minute cough cure is a reliable remedy. It cures and cures . S. Jones. Pc. W. Purman representing declare amp Manning nurserymen of Rochester n. Y. Delivered a Large consignment of fancy potatoes Here monday. Be. Goddard who recently purchased the Small tract of land just South of town of s. W. Wass has with his family moved into their new Home. A cooking made easy for women by the use of the Quot new process Quot Vaper gasoline stove for Sale by g. Spake proprietor of the new hardware store. I tip come to the Monroeville gallery and see what a line life size picture you can get for $1.99. We make photographs now for 99 cents per dozen. A Edwards Brothers Are closing out their entire Stock of clothing hats Caps and Winter goods to make room for their Spring Stock which is on the Road. A miss Emma daughter of or. And mrs. S. F. Baker county commissioner elect is seriously ill at the Home of her parents near Dixon with spinal disease. A on easter monday or rather on the evening of april 15th, at Miller s Hall in Monroeville a dance will be held and All who love dancing Are invited. A Wallie Purman received a Fine lot of seed potatoes saturday last which he has been delivering to Farmers who previously ordered them during the past week. A Quot the Jolly Farmers Quot Are booked for our town and will appear at an Early Date next month. Please Bear in mind As it win be Well Worth going to see and hear. A a. Try on and wife returned Home from their two weeks Indianapolis visit wednesday evening. They also visited relatives and friends at Montpelier and Bluff ton. A or. D. Kauffman accompanied Homer Casselman to Pittsburgh pa., saturday last. Casselman took two car Load of Fine cattle to that Market from this Point. A the aged Mother of mrs. Clayton jr., who has been dangerously ill for several weeks past at the Home of her daughter in Madison township is considerable better. Be. W. Slaughter of the firm of Lantz Bro s amp co., soap manufacturers and w. D. Walker of or. Prices baking powder company Chicago were in town this morning. Be. F. Murchland has accepted the position of carrying mail and messages for the Pennsylvania company and also finish up telegraphy in which Art he is advancing rapidly. A the largest and most Complete Stock of millinery goods that Hae been brought to Monroeville for years can now be found at fan it Man and Thomson millinery stand. They will have their grand Spring opening Saturn amp a april Goth. Read air advertisement to be found in to Uez Oatlie eighth age. A now is the time to buy bargains you May not have the Opportunity always. The Model store offers you More and better goods for a Dollar than any other House in town. A there will be no prayer meeting at the m. Church this thursday evening on account of the sunday school convention at the lutheran Church. Every body ought to go to every session of the convention. A John Maley of fort Wayne was the guest of his aunt mrs. Mitten East of town last week. Maley was at one time an apprentice in the printing business at the Gazette office in fort Wayne in the room where be editor was Foreman. A George Glancy w. J. Cowan Smith Nelson and w. H. Baker were at Payne 0., sunday last As a committee of the or. 0. U. A. M., order to visit w. Delong a member of that order who has been seriously sick for the past two months. A doctor h. R. Fish of Gravois Mills mo., a practising physician of Many years experience writes de Witt switch Plazel Salve has no equal for indolent sores scalds and Burns. It stops pain instantly heals a Burn quickly and leaves no . S. Jones. A last sunday morning s fort Wayne journal produced quite a sensational article in which it stated that j. W. Smith had brought suit in the Allen circuit court against Henry Taylor for $3.000 damages for attempting to Decoy the affections of his wife. A John a. Wybourn who for the past two years has been taking lessons in telegraphy and carrying mail and messages for the Pennsylvania company at the depot in this place resigned his position april 1st and has returned to work on his father s farm West of town. A Public services at the m. Church next sunday evening at 7.30 Oclock. Epworth league meet ing at 6.30. There Are special reasons Why every leaguer and every Church member Shovald attend this league meeting. Let every one who is interested in the Young people of the Church be there promptly at half past six. A Frank Winans who has the past Winter been teaching the District school at East Liberty and with his family occupied a portion of the u. B., parsonage with Rev. Meads in East Liberty moved to town tuesday last and Are now located in the g. Glancy property on Summit Street and formerly occupied by prof. Clapham. A a. H. Bowman pub. Enquirer of Bremen ind., writes last week our Little girl baby the Only one we have was taken sick with croup. After two doctors failed to give Relief and life was hanging pm a Mere thread we tried one minute cough cure and its life was . S. Jones. A Doss Taylor has rented the Barber shop heretofore conducted by James Meese on South Street and will manage the same. Doss understands the to sorial Art from top to Bottom and guarantees to give satisfaction. Be is a Young Man raised among us and needs no introduction. He solicits a share of the Public patronage. A Frank Davis formerly of this place now located in business at Audubon Iowa was in town this morning paying his brother Henry and family a Short visit. He was accompanied by his brother j. Davis of fort Wayne. Frank has the appearance of health and Well kept and Doea not reside in the districts of his state where the people Are in a amp it. A in these Days of Telephone telegu aph electricity steam people cannot afford to Wai it Days or As Many Bonis Foi r�3lv3f. This is our Eason for offering Yot one minute cough cure. Neither Days nor hours nor even minutes elapse before ref is t. S. J a Harriette Harshman the aged grandma of Dora and Alexander Parker who Are now making their Home with their Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Alexander Anderson 1 celebrated her 90th mile Stone in a life april 3rd. 1895, she has three daughters and one son still living. Her husband Woolsey Harshman died six years ago at the age of 91. The aged lady still resides on the old Homestead in Paulding county Ohio which they bought in the year 1849. A what a Dollar will buy at redelsheimer s Model store. 20 Yards Best Calico 2 Yards Good unbleached Muslin 10 2-3 Yards Best shirting 16 2-3 Yards Good Outing cloth 16 2-3 Yards apron Gingham 12 1-2 Yards Best Blue demos 10 Yards Zephy dress Gingham and Many other goods at equally Low prices. A the m. E., conference is Over and the ministers who were out of a Quot Job Quot a week ago Are again consigned to various appointments. It is with pleasure that we can state that Rev. Murray will remain with us another year and Hope for a longer period. He has won the esteem and Good will of not Only the members of his congregation but All people. He is an every Day preacher and citizen and not one that always wears a Long silent face like Many preachers. Our esteemed citizen j. Niezer is nursing a badly bruised and sprained wrist sustained by breaking through the Board Side walk on South Street in front of the Engle property. As the Board broke he fell and in endeavouring to catch himself fell upon his Arm. He is however at his Post of duty at his elevator. Mrs. C. P. Mitchell 1 also sustained a heavy fall tuesday last by being tripped by a Loose Board in the Side walk in front of the property owned by Joshua mag Ner on Elm Street. This is the time of the year when there Are Many walks that should receive the attention of property owners and it would not be out of place for the town Board grievance or Quot smelling Quot committee to make the rounds of our streets and order them repaired and where necessary new ones put Down and it would not be out of place to pass an ordinance to allow nothing but Brick Stone tile or Cement walks to be put Down. In making improvements let us have substantial ones and one that will avoid damage suits such As the town is liable to have brought upon it at any time with such walks As we now have. The Board should seriously consider the Side walk question in connection with the present Street improvements that Are on foot. A those who never read the advertisements in their newspaper miss More than they presume. Jonathan Kenison of Bolan Worth co., Iowa who had been troubled with rheumatism in his Back arms and shoulders read an item in ids paper about How a prominent German citizen of it. Madison had been cured. He procured the same Medicine and to use his own words Quot it cured me right up Quot he also says Quot a neigh to and his wife were both sick in bed with rheumatism. Their boy was Over to my House and said they were so bad he had to do the cooking. I told him of Chamberlain s pain Balm and How it had cured me begot a bottle and it cured them up in a week. 50 cent bottles for Sale by. H. A. Shank druggist. Flover give 38 lbs of 1-2 Patent floor for a Bushel of 8t�xidard vhf at. Also Exchange for bran and middling. Elevator a True Salas it has been said that habits a constipation is the Cau a of fully one half the diseases thai flesh is heir to. Keep your bowels related by Caldwell s syrup pepsin and your system will be in proper condition to keep off diseases of al2 kinds. Get a Sample bottle 10 doses 10 cents of h. A. Shank and you will bids the Damp a a dollars Worth for a Dollar is the motto at the jewelry store of j. Tryon. Where you can find anything Jou Quot Wanti in the line of a to faces. Clookie. j. And at Rock Bottom prices to close out. Repairing in All its branches promptly and neatly done and All work warranted. Call and see try on the jeweler. To to uis by Iii s a for dry goods boots shoes and groceries a Fine line of Candy tobacco and cigars always in Stock at the very lowest prices. Oneo Evill restaurant and is daily prepared to furnish fresh bread. , buns pies and cakes also at All hours warm meals Ham and eggs Fried chickens cold Ham soup. Also keep always in Stock fresh candies nuts canned fruits Domestic fruits Best brands of cigars and or week Board.,Lizzie Miller. Pillars $ san Iii Enberger old stand for fresh and Salt meats lard Bologna and sausage. Or of Are Reaa Onalle fire life and addle of 0�?o-Money to loan on farm property on easy Menti. No Yommi Sioa with the pro it a a Page of partial Paymela of my amount at any time and top internet. C. 909ibrs. A fit Msith. By sask psf

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