Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 8 Aug 1895
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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - August 8, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana
A ement Ikall things Neutral in nothing old series vol. Xxvi. No 13. To Job Neville Allen co., ind., thursday. August 8th, 1895. New series yol. Xii no. 31. J. B. Niezer. President. C. Mitchel. Cashier. Up j run u k Monroeville Indiana. Of ocl Capitol 0.000.00, �?0�?0 trans acts a general banking but i a Iris. Pays of div i per cont. Interest on Lime depo its. We solicit your Busi-1 i e s. / a a cat her Throat a so says the a Adam Clem gives us a Cash lady who did not buy the a Quick Call and subscription this week also meal gasoline stove such As sold. Mac Vanhorn leaves order and by j. B. Niezer amp co. J Cash for the Breeze to be sent to Al. H. Noyer Lewis Noyer and Sac less Perry Mercer were among those j a our great Clearing Sale of sum who took in the bicycle races at a Mer goods Only continues two More fort Wayne monday. Weeks. It is our aim to regulate n Meeka amp Winans Sells grocer-1�?�111 Ici Ness the season and is As Cliea As any one in town must make loom Foi on fall and pays the highest Market Price for Cood butter and eggs. A Francis a. Krewson has additional Bonds with the clerk As guardian of the heirs of Sidney Gunther. Filed store. A the press review of Payne says or. Kauffman of Monroe a it is rumoured that a wedding will soon take place Between a prominent Young Man of Madison township and a Young lady of Monroe. This information came from Otis Buskirk to our informer but he did not exactly say that Otis was one of the contracting parties. A or. A. A. Snyder supt. Poor farm Winneshiek co., ia., save last Winter or. Bobert Leach used two boxes of Pewitte switch Hazel Salve and cured a Large running i sore on his leg. Had been under 3,1 Sau Ilos. A Pierres Bug killer is what you v. I it a i so Esmy a. Eduard Brown and wife were sit it. Wayne saturday last. A boarding by the Day or week aft glances restaurant. At in Fredline is visiting Rel Ortland ind., this week. E of or. And is dangerously to the infant a we. Steele a Bob Davis of accompanied by his was the guest of relatives friends in town sunday last. Ville was in town last Friday even-1 ,. A i a ii , of Mon Caie ? physicians for months with Mem Oreville ind., was the guest of miss out own How reef sure cure for 1 Cora Wiltsie last week. Fort Wayne brother Joe and a stomach and Bowel complaints Are Best relieved by the timely use of Dewitt a Colic and t cholera cure. Insist on having a our aim is to keep in line and this preparation. Done to take any considerable lower than other Deal . S. Jones ers in Price and Quality of a Model store. A Francis Parniuk has the foundation Laid and the work of laying the blocks began for his new Dence on his farm North of Towi . S. Jones. A Monroeville Lodge f. Amp a. M., holds a special meeting this evening to Confer the fellow Craft de a give upon two candidates. This Lodge seems to be having an unusual amount of work on hand As two More entered apprentices a Eli Pridgeon and wife on Are in waiting for the second degree tuesday last conveyed by warranty and two petitions were presented deed their eighty acre tract of for membership at the regular laying land in Jackson township to m. Meeting wednesday evening. Tresi a babe of Mercer county Ohio. 0. 1 t re i �11. Emmae Mtima Twenty foil Lind vet is a i suffered a firemen Viva Neslav plat form evening condition of is quite critics a visit the a Trodel and ask for tire Low priced goods. They Are equal to any sold other places for High figures and Large profits. A the town Well on Mulberry Street has been repair grandma Densel assisted by tile Veteran 1 As we a to dance August red dollars. A Uncle George Gladden a prominent Farmer of Adams county was in town saturday evening last and took a prominent part in �o1v a our drugs of w. 0. Thev Are ply be and d marshal a be it Rall Mgla it Ulon the Veteran a become quite an advocate of Well diggers Sweet and a for the Best Grade of sewing Mac Ine Oil Needles and repairs of the has the Vila Brown of with friends u All kind sad for any make of machine Call at the Breeze office. Log j a miss Margaret myer o Mon Here Roe Vilk is lying very ill at the Home wee. 1 of or. And mrs. 1. Donovan in i i Murphy was the guest of to Lis democratic a. And family near Payne 0, press. Friday night. A bicycles Are now taking the Good Quality of drugs is what1 leu Over carriages for pleasure want. We guarantee our s. A mrs. Ii. F. Hayes and two sons of Picago a evicting Rei a Ives in this place. Riding. Bezels Wieimer takes the a Lead Over a ill others in prices of All 1 goods. A a two year old daughter of Fred Marquardt was badly bitten face by a vicious dog belonging / watdlos0 1? Ewan Quot a to William Weybourne Friday eve de sit j. Strass a nil Liast. Hospital for sick watches. I a severe griping pains of the a Willis Souders Deputy county. Stomach and bowels instantly sind clerk was in town w wednesday on a effectually stopped by Dewitt a business for the clerks office. Colic and cholera . S. A Charles Gross a collector for Jones to e Indiana instalment co., of it. Wayne w is in town monday last. A boy Beaver who has been visiting Isaac Jones and family for the t at Meeks amp Winans be the old past two weeks returned monday reliable plaice to buy Good meats of last to Danville 111. Where he All kind and Home made Bologna Jis working. A a. A. Waterman was at Daw j a there is no doubt no failure kens this county this week mov when you take Dewitt a Colic and int lie residence of John Emen cholera cure. It is pleasant acts user. A promptly no bad after . A a several Good town lots and Jjo is convenient dwelling houses for Sale j a Rev. Evans of Maples was m at Low figures. Enquire at this town to Day Billing the town for a office. I grand picnic to be held at Maples t k \ a August 31st, by the m. P., Sab to for Rohe by of 4�?Tnt�?T hath school of that City. Housch amp cons printing establish Mundo Ftp populist movement. A easy to take sure to cure to pain nothing to dread pleasant Little pills. Dewitt a Little Early Bisers. Best for sick headache bilious Ness sour Stoms Icli and . S. Jones. A the daily times Post the new f be Silver paper recently started in of it it Wayne was sold sit Public a auction at the office of attorney. H. J c. Hanna monday afternoon. Or c. I. Tillo of the newspaper Union purchased the Plant for s 2,700 Cash. A excavations were made for new Side walks in front of the City hotel and bests Grant building this writing occupied by h. G1 Aney amp son and owned by h. C Taylor and the Heller property occupied by d. Murrield Edwards Bros and c. E. Somers. A Thomas and Harrison Jones of Delaware Ohio Rode to this place on their wheels Hist sunday to pay their uncles Daniel and Emanuel Murrield and their families a few Days visit. Uncles and nephews had not meet for Over eighteen Vears. With a very severe colds was almost unable to speak. friends All advised me to consult a physician. Noticing chamberlains cough remedy advertised in the St. Paul Volks Seitang i procured a bottle and after taking it a Short while was entirely Well. I now most heartily recommend this remedy to anyone life ring with is cold. We. A ii 678 Selby ave., St. Paul Minn. For Sale by w. 0. Sweany druggist. A what might have been a very serious Accident occurred this morning sit websters Mill. Harry Beckham son of Charles Peckham was standing und t the Pulley which run the Belt Winch Elco a is the sawdust when the Pulley Felt striking Harry squarely on the head. The wonder is he was not killed. The Pulley is Iron about three feet in diameter. The wound was very painful but no riots results Are apprehended at ment of fort Wayne was in town wednesday last. A a no drummers out for Meeks amp Winans. We hold our Trade by giving you value received for your Money. A Frank Webster of the firm of George Webster amp sons lumber dealers was at Van Wert tuesday last on business. A or. C. E. Neptune of Decatur a control of democratic officials the will be at the hotel office the first in Liana state prison at Evansville tuesday of each month to practice passe under the management of dentistry. J Republican officials August 1st. / a another Opportunity extended 1 a Amasa Shaffer of Indian Apo to lovers of dancing to attend the Lis formerly a prominent citizen of firemen a dance next wednesday our City who has been visiting evening August 14th. I relatives in this Section for the past / ladies All want the Best and a a a a nth left for Lis Bome my a Piave found this in the a Quick meal y a a ? a Farmers Are now reaping their annual Harvest and while they Are doing this they should take adv sin tage of the Low prices on All goods at bed Elsheimer a Model. A Monroe township it is said will vote at its next Opportunity saloons or no saloons. If such be the Case there is no doubt but what the a a noes will carry the Day. After Twenty years under the a my Little boy when two years of age was taken ill with bloody flux. I was advised to use chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy and luckily procured part of a bottle. I carefully read the directions and gave it accordingly. Ile was very Low but slowly and surely he began to improve gradually recovered and is now As Stout and Strong As Ever. I feel sure it saved his life. 1 never can Praise the remedy half its cd. H. Murphy while in the Oil Worth. I am sorry every one m Fields last tuesday the pleasure the world does not know How Good it is As i . Lina s. Hinton Grahamsville Marion co., Florida. For Sale by or. 0. Sweany druggist. A the m. E. Sabbath school of this place attended the Temperance the nine month old babe of a Csc lieu at Hoagland tuesday or. And mrs. Joseph won Cassel Hist m a boil it. A number of Oul died at the family residence on the a to Era were also present. Friedline farm South of town on of dropping the go Devil in an Oil Well that when shot was estimated to How 150 barrels per Day. Or. Murphy has pieces of the go Devil which was blown into a thousand pieces so terrific was the Force. Gasoline stoves a for Sale by j. Niezer amp co. Via the season is approaching for Good foot Wear and Edwards Bro. A. N j x thers Are Prepa ing for the Occa John a. Johnson was called to sj0i1 and have now in Stock the Pierceton Indiana monday last Best line of men>8 Boota boys Alk by the sudden and _ unexpected Lade its shoe8. Death of a brother of is. T. A it is said that some sneak / a All parties indebted to Meeks thief entered the House of we. So Williams will please Call and. Gibson North East of town Mon Settle up at an Early Date As we a Jay last during the absence of the have dissolved family and stole $22.00, belonging amp Williams. I to Becky w Allace. Saturday morning last. The funeral was held sunday at the Marquardt Church and the remains were buried in the Marquardt grave Yard. A three barns and a dwelling House were burned to the ground saturday afternoon in the Little town of Williamsport this county. The origin of the fire is unknown there was a Large crowd in attendance and Asib Iusi Riaboy the Case with the citizens of Hoagland when they undertake anything the picnic was a Success. There was Able addresses delivered by revs Iliin Evans Leniart and Many others whose name we did not learn and every one present was Well entertained. The citizens of Hoagland or a majority of them Are Temperance people from head to foot and but it is reported Tomt some children we wish that Allen county through had been playing in the barn in go Ltd As possessed with such a which the lire originated shortly be Community. Saloons would surely fore it was discovered. Loss about e a thing of the past. The Breeze $1.000. Had a representative at this picnic i floor Exclia Sre a we give but for some reason he has failed g8 lbs of 1-2 Patent flour for a Bushel to make a report of fit audard wheat. Also Exchange for bran and middling. Elevator. Cd. H. Murphy is contemplating a few weeks visit to his old Home Trenton n. J. Some time this fall during which time he will consider marvelous results. From a letter written by Liev j. Gunderman of Dino Dale mich., we Are permitted to make this extract a i have no hesitation in recommending or. Kings new discovery As the it suits were of Host marvelous in the in i i a i Case of my wife. While i was pastor the offer recently made him to go 0f the Baptist Ohn Racli at Rives tune up in the Canadian Northwest and Tio she was brought Down with pen will then make his final decision Monia succeeding Lagrippe terrible it has been nearly eight years since paroxysms of coughing would last d.h., has been Home and he thinks Bour with Little interruption and it a ii i seemed As if she could not survive it lie accepts the offer he had better Tjem Friend recommended or. Do his visiting before he goes As it Kings new discovery it was Quick in will be Many years before he again its work Aad highly satisfactory a re has the Opportunity of Ever j turn. Drs. Connolly i Kauf Fraaza physicians and surgeons. A .1 will attend promptly night or Day Calls office on South Street acc Esthe from Shanks drug store treet to Monroeville ind. Come to stay the undersigned has opened up in the Heller building with a line of Mccormick harvesters Mccormick Imo Welis Zimmerman buggies Zimmerman Road wagons sur Reies farm wagons Etc Biot lbs i have come to stay and invite All to Call and see me before buying and examine my Stock secure prices and terms. Also agent for Loans fire and life insurance in some of the most reliable companies in existence. C s. Somers agent Mojiro Oville of Mac for one Dollar has nothing to do with the prices of watches. Clocks and jew Bart. At Tryonis jewelry shop but to show about the value of goods obtained for the Money and the same ratio for work. This May be the last Call so bring a your jewelry watches clocks etc., for repairs and have them neatly promptly and honestly done and Don t forge your eyes. Best Dollar glasses h. The world at tiny on a t3ie jeweler. Restaurant and is daily prepared to furan. Fresh bread. R0lu5. Buns. Pres and ctr a also at All hours warm Mei. Ham and eggs. Fried Chick. K com Ham soup. Also keep always in Rcck. A a candies hitts asked fruits. Domestic a rvs Best brands of cigars and toe v Day or week to r Lizzie my a c3�?.�o a a Quot it pillars a a v \ Isenberger old stand a fees and Salt meat Laud Bologna and s on prices Are a Jason a
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