Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
18 Apr 1895

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18 Apr 1895

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - April 18, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana Breeze Independent in Ali things Neutral in nothing 0 i vol. Xxv. No 49.mokoeville, Allen co., ind., thursday april i8tli, 1895. Nfn a series Yolch no. 16. A a i. 13. Niezer. . C. P. Mitchel cashier. Of o Imam Bink Monroeville Indiana. -0�?0 , 30. 000,00. I a Casselman amp Casselman Are a it seems that everybody anti-1 a it will be an agreeable Surprise engaged in sinking a drive Well on Cipa Tesa Large potato crop this to persons subject to attacks of j the farm of William be Eban this season. At least a larger acreage bilious Colic to Leam that prompt week. J is being planted by Farmers than Relief May be had by taking Cham Otto beam Snider who has been y ? Holeva. And Diar Labouring with l. Dwyer near con slowed up and Plant Rhea remedy. In Many stances Voy Ohio for two weeks past is at i be attack May be prevented by Home. The vacant lots that have Here remedy As soon As the mrs. August Savieo is report to fore been covered with a the disease a ted dangerously ill at the family of weeds and thistles will this residence one mile West of town in preventing provide be Madison township. A of of transects a general Banhag Bnsi-t1f�?�s rav Foini 4 per cent., interest Fui Init depo . We solicit your Busi-11 s. Pear. 25 and Sale by h. A. 50 cent bottles for Shank druggist. X-.oc3l1 3aulil03. A Many predict ii a a season. A have you tried it not Why not. A dry summer the Browny ? a a. J. Cowan and wife were at Decatur wednesday on business. A now on display at the Model store the finest and most Complete assortment of Wall paper Ever brought to Monroeville. A eve. P. J. Price of fort Wayne will preach on missions in the Chris tian Church of this place next thursday evening the 25th. A remember the school picnic to be held next saturday by the schools of Madison township in the Grove near school House no. 6. Year bring Forth a crop of this i a or. H. C. Stewart the bus is a move in the right direction As band of the Young lady formerly it will not Only Benefit those who a known in this place As miss Bell Barnhart and daughter of mrs. John Barnhart writes us from floor Down 25c. I Patent per barrel $2.50. I bbl. Per sack 65o. H �1 Ltd it 33 bolted Corn meal. $1.25 per hundreds elevator. Till them but our town. A irs. Money Smith who some two months ago was badly burned i and All Hopes of her recovery was abandoned by her relatives and a pm her mini and that she is now con a grandpa Babbitt who has been seriously ill for sometime past a the world bin tar the Browny Jug gradually sinking and no Hopes 5c Eijia. Try one. Are entertained for his recovery. Red. Haley of Portland ind., representing the Hall Safe and lock company of Mansfield 0., was in to Avn the latter end of last week. Fesses Miller and Moyer of deceit or were in town monday last a lie Elcaney seed Oats free from in u k t a r 1. A a toil. A Constable a. J. Dog Gettis Crip King about on a badly sprained a Ejof. A every Liing in the restaurant Lino at Gleneys restaurant. A a. D. Mccormick is seriously in tit bids Home on the state line one mile North of Dixon. By her relatives an friends has so far recovered that j she is Able to get about the Home of her aged father or. George Meyers by the assistance of a chair. 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 on a Mere thread we tried one minute cough cure and its life was . S. Jones. 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. Aye Are bound to keep in Pace of comedians. Voth other . A r. J. Bainey of Convoy was Oji monday night last the t of his son Burt. Cooking made easy for women All the latest styles in fashion ble head Wear at Kauffman amp Ujj Ompson. A a. Weber is making some improvements to his residence pro s r on Tail Road Street. Breman has Cut 30 % on All of oot Wear Huch As boots shoes rubber goods. A mrs. W. Meeks was the guest of her Hui band att y Meeks last Friday and saturday. A Edwards Bros have received there Spring and summer Stock of latest style of lists a mrs. Y. Crane miss Albi a Montgomery and b. Alleger were at fort Wayne tuesday last. De Witt switch Hazel cures scalds Burns indolent and never fails to cure piles. A Meeks s Willi ims Are building an addition to their meat Market and grocery on Mulberry Street. A the Fenn Sylvania company make room for their which is on the Road. Spring Stock will place new steel rails on its line probable that Mart will new dwelling within the tji rough to Iii i Hice this summer. A if you want to have a Good during the coming summer time attend the minstrels april 25th and 2gth by the band boys. A Bills Are out from this of amp be announcing a grand minstrel entertainment and band concert to be Given by the members of the brass band assisted by a number of ladies and gentlemen of our City at any amount of fun at the min the or. 0. A a. A. M., Hall on the is Gays stress. Comic songs jokes and Day and Friday evenings april Vivere gags and the most laughable farce 25th and 26th. Ever rendered. We have All kinds a the easter monday dance held at Miller s Hall last monday evening was attended by a Large crowd by the use of the Quot new process Quot and the manner the affair was Vaper gasoline stove for Sale by g. Naan aged and the excellent music e. Spake proprietor of the new orchestra hardware store. Enabled All to enjoy themselves and a .1 t. It was not until the Quot we sea hours Quot a Edwards Brothers Are closing that the program was completed out their entire Strock of clothing and All left for their Homes. Hats Caps and Winter goods to a i i err t -. ,.a. A Ethel Winifred daughter of Levi a. And Almira f. Bolyard was i born november 18, 1894, and died a mrs. H. C. Miller and children april 16, 1895, aged 4 months and and miss Flora Crosby All of Cin 28 Days. Funeral services occurring Cannatti Ohio Are this week visit from the Massilon lutheran Church ing their aunt mrs. Mentzer and wednesday afternoon at three cousins or. S. And Marion o clock conducted by Prev. W. Mentzer. I Murray in the presence of a Congre a a. T. Sanford station agent of deeper Clarion co. Pa., writes i orium of the Church. I can recommend one minute j a in these Days of Telephone. Cough cure As the Best i Ever used Telegraph electricity and steam it gave instant reef and a Quick people cannot afford to wait Days . S. Jones. I or As Many hours for Relief. This a ,. Us our reason for offering you one 1 neither Days nor hours nor even minutes elapse before Relief is . S. Jones. A the new Church project is now assuming definite proportions. The Stone for the foundation Are now on the ground and if the trustees had not it Een disappointed in getting in the plans and specifications the trenches for the foundations would probably have been finished by this a county superintendent f. J. Time this is a matter of interest not Only to the methodist people of the town but to the whole fined in one of the asylums of that state for treatment. This will be a sad bit of news to the unfortunate ladies Many friends and relatives a Here. The husband however states in his letter that she is considerable better and Hopes for her recovery in a Short time. A those who never read the advertisements in their newspaper miss also agent for Loans fire and More than they presume. Jonathan life insurance in some of the most Kenison of Bolan Worth co., i reliable companies in existence. Iowa who had been troubled with. K. S09i�rs, agent Monroe Villa indians come to stay the undersigned has opened up in the Heller building with a line of Mccormick harvesters Mccormick mowers Zimmerman buggies Zimmerman Road Wagonis. Sur Reies farm wagons Etc. I have come to stay and invite All to Call and see me before buying and examine my Stock secure prices and terms. Rheumatism in Liis Back arms and shoulders read an item in his 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 a neighbor and his wife 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 he got a bottle and it cured them up in a week. 50 cent bottles for Sale by h. A. Shank druggist. A the easter Salve i which was broken up last sunday sores evening by the Accident near the Marquardt Church at that Church will be held next sunday All Are invited to attend. Democratic convention the democrats of Monroeville Are hereby called to meet in convention on saturday evening april 20th at 7 p. M., at the Grange Hall to nominate one town clerk one town treasurer one town marshal one trustee for the second Ward one trustee for the third Ward and one trustee for the fifth Ward. By order of the town Central committee. J. B. Niezer d. Kauffman s. Mentzer. A do ars Worth for a Dollar evening. A his new lot pm. Try on is having Board Fence placed around on West South Street. It is quite erect his enclosure Republican convention. Pie publicans of Monroeville Are requested to meet at the town Hall on saturday evening april 20th 1895, to nominate candidates for town election May 6th. By order of committee. Young and Towi Iship trustee Hoff a the Pittsburgh pay car passed Man assisted by his teachers will through Here wednesday morning hold an examination for the town let everybody talk up the new m. And Jiow the rail Road boys Are ship graduation class at the Slenis Church and help the town. Mer school House next saturday. J a doctor ii. R. Fish of Gravois a Charles Bates of near Convoy i lius sio., a practising physician Ohio was in town wednesday. He of Many years experience writes is an expert in the profession he Witt switch Hazel Salve has Fol love a and Farmers who have any no equal for indolent sores scalds pork in his line will not make a i and Burns. It stops pain instantly mistake in securing his services i heals a Burn Quicley and leaves no tuft to a -1 a i . A mrs. H. Beam Snider received surprised. At the Home of or. S. Roberts on thursday april Lith a pleasant Surprise party was held he having reached his 85th mile Stone in life. Or. Roberts is one of the first settlers of Jackson Toad ship town and has endured the toils and hard Happy. A just come to Tov a the great Browny 5c Cigar now for Sale every where. Try one and you will smoke no other. A a or. C. Neptune of Decatur will be at the hotel office the Host tuesday of each month to practice dentistry. A ladies All want the Best and have found this in the Quot Quick meal gasoline stoves Quot for Sale by j. B. Niezer amp co. I a message last evening announcing the illness of her aged Mother at Payne 0. In company with her son Frank she left to be at the bed Side of the afflicted this morning. A an item reached our reporters ear during the past week in which one of our respected citizens took part but owing to the Lively sensation the same would bring about if a miss Geritie Magner youngest daughter of Sylvester Magner ships of Pioneer life for 39 years. When the nand on the clock pointed to the hour of 12, a sumptuous dinner was spread with such luxuries As the season could afford. Those present were or. And mrs. Fred Meads or. And mrs. Charlie Bacon or. And mrs. We. Hol Saple or. And mrs. Jacob Leinin Ger mrs. Funk mrs. J. W. I Jones mrs. Adam Spieth mrs. A. Musgrave mrs. Grabner mrs. B. P. Holsaple miss Zoe Funk miss Eunice Holsaple miss Mary Lein Inger or. Henry Leininger miss Hattie Holsaple miss Maggie is the motto at the jewelry store of j. Tryon where you Cau Liuti anything you want a the lice of a tories Coj Ocikas is Zeota Oles. And at Rock Bottom prices to close out. Repair of in All its brunches promptly and neatly done and All work warranted. Call and see try until jeweler. Onro Evill restaurant and is daily prepared to furnish fresh bread. Rolls buns pies a d a Kes also at All hours warm meals Ham and eggs. Fried Chicken cold Ham soup also keep always in Stock fresh candies nuts canned fruits. Domestic fruits Best brands of cigars and tobacco. Day or week Board. Lizzie Miller. Church services at the methodist Church next sunday As usual. Sab in fort Wayne. A Quot Cut her Throat Quot so says the at 7 o clock lady who did not buy the Quot Quick Welcome to All these services. Meal Quot gasoline stove such As sold by j. B. Niezer amp co. Senior league at 6 30. Preaching committed As the brotherly feeling a 7 everybody cordially Veen Tei Tain will waft away and i the Breeze will give to its readers something to Ponder Over. Placed m print we Refram from Funk and miss Maggie Leininger. Giving the same. The feeble Steps when a late hour arrived they All and Gray locks has a great bearing departed to their Homes wishing in sparing the party and it is hoped or. Roberts Many More such that another such act will not be pleasant birthdays. One who was thebe. A the weather last evening was rather Cool for ice Cream socials a an excellent and interesting but notwithstanding this fact quite i program was carried out by the a number partook of the congealed i members of the m. E., sunday milk and sugar at the social held kinds of poultry delivered at school on sunday even ii Las. In the Bank building and the ladies Oreville or will upon notice the Bouse was Well filled. Were Well satisfied with to in get them., j. A is Bulman. J Ticie agent reduced rates to Piehi an Points via Pennsylvania lines. On tuesday May 7th. Home seekers Exon Sion tickets to Points to Michigan will pay highest prices for All with return limit of Twenty Days will Hon be sold via Pennsylvania lines. For Cau details apply to nearest Peno sultania poultry wanted. Pillars s san. Ide bergers old stand fresh and Salt meats land Bologna and sausage. Qua prices a or area am

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