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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - February 14, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana We ii dependent in All things Neutral in not Inq 01 1 series vol. Xxvi. No. 40.Monroeville, Allen co., ind., thursday. February huh 1895. series vol Xii no. 7. J. Niezer c. Mitchel. President. Bank Monroeville Indiana. -0�?0-oa-Pitol, $30.000,00. --0-0 transacts a general banking Busi Nef its. 4 per cent interest on Lime deposits. We solicit your Busine ,l Saio its. A Patent Medicine reduced at s links. A Deputy to it Ost master Geo. Baker is do Aii with mumps. A Hiram a on Leto is Down wit i Ruma ism tic ast week. A Elianic will have a Fine line of Valeu Tiney. A the ii fire family of m. Steir Leim is Down with the mumps. A we Tirc Siirid to keep in Pace other . A Cary Ewing and wife of fort Wayne Wie the guests of relatives and Friend in town sunday last. A a. C. Fry is now employed As he a be ebb Coli actor and solicitor. A Henry Smith has been Down with fever and rheumatism the past week. The i. 0. 0. Of Lodge worked in the third degree tuesday evening last. Cd. C. Purman has again been oni ined to his Home by sickness the past week. A Breman has Cut 30 % on All of his foot Wear such As boots shoes and rubber goods. A Bev. Kain and wife Are enter tuning their daughter from Auburn Indiana this week. A we offer you bargains. Wii you accept them. Go to the Model store saturday feb. 16th. A Bev. 0. W. Eagy is the guest of his parents or. And mrs. We. Eagy of Madison township. A or. J. Isei Iberger of Kansas is tie guest of his brother s. A. Isen Berger and family this week. A Louis Noyer has passed the required examination to enter the United states regular Sei Wice. A Tom find accompanied by Ilia Best girl of Payne Ohio was in town tuesday evening last. A Louis Kain Odio has been absent from town since his recent i conviction returned Home monday last. A mrs. C. Shields accompanied by Ber son Samuel was at Decatur tuesday of this w Eek visiting relatives. Pm. Argo w As in town monday last for the first time since his taking Down ill some three months a go. A one week old child of or. And mrs. Geo. Howe jr., died at their Home in Jackson township tuesday last. A done to buy clothing hats or boots and shoes until you have examined Good i and obtained prices at Edwards Brothers. Charley Taylor has accepted a position As student at the fort Wayne rail Road station in this place to learn telegraphing. A Rev. Murray began his series of meetings at the m. E., Church last sunday evening and will continue for three weeks. A the Radical u. B., people of the class on the state line and located in Adams county Are holding an interesting meeting. A promptness is a commendable virtue. That a Why we offer you one minute cough cure. It is prompt in Relief and prompt in cur ing. That is what it a made . Jones. A bargains bargains bargains come everybody. Buy and save Money. Model store saturday feb. 16th. A the jump epidemic is still prevalent in this place and the doctors have under their care some Twenty or thirty cases. A Lynus Noyer and Charles Taylor have accepted a position As canvassing agent for d. H. Murphy the picture dealer. A the singing class at Jones school House in this township under the management of mrs. L. Drake is progressing finely. A Louis Wright head clerk and business manager of the Bede shei Mer Model store is confined to his Home with mumps this week. A miss Lizzie Gailey who is Stop Ping at fort Wayne spent sunday last at Home with her parents or. And mrs. J. W. Gailey just West of town. A by a spells buy. A a by a in a spell bargains. Yen can have that Opportunity by going to the Model store saturday feb Alary 16th. A mrs. C. Street Meyer accompanied y her son John bedding of fort Wayne was in town monday last the guest of her sister mrs. We. Mentzer. A it is reported to us by a citizen of Dixon that one Day during the past week a Young Man of this place canvassed the City of Dixon soliciting alms. A on the evening of february 8th, the infant babe aged 5 weeks and 4 Days of or. And mrs. Bev. Biley Peters died at their Home in Herrera Dakota. He come to the Monroeville gallery and see what a Fine life size picture you can get for $1.99. We make photographs now for 99 cents per dozen. A Dick Adams a prominent Farmer of Madison township was on our streets wednesday last for the first time in six weeks during which time he has been quite ill. Pm. Try on the jeweler will leave monday next for Cincinnati Ohio to be present at and attend the annual meeting and banquet of the scottish write of masons to be held in that City. A the social announced to be held by the ladies of the m. E., Church on the evening of february 22nd, Washington a birthday has been postponed owing to the protracted meeting that is in Progress. A owing to the severe cold weather last week or. Neptune the dentist of Decatur was unable to be at this place last saturday Asa noun ced in our last weeks Issue but if the weather permits he will be Here next saturday february 16th. At or. Mentzert a office. A when sunday school teachers instruct their scholars As to tiie filthy habit of chewing tobacco they should be careful not to pass the filthy Weed out to them As soon As the school is dismissed As Vas prac tired by a teacher at one of our churches sunday last. A fort Wayne is soon to have a new democratic paper. It seems that there is at Jire sent a split in the party line in the City and the present democratic papers do not Sanction the desires of the dissatisfied portion thus the new publication is to be brought Forward. A the concert and social previously announced in these columns to be held at the lutheran Church to night has been postponed owing to the illness of several of the band boys and in respect of mrs. Clapham who departed this life last thursday and who was a sister to e. Perkey Leader of the band. A the District annual meeting of the order of k. P., will be held in fort Wayne on tuesday february 26th, 1895. The District comprises All of the surrounding counties and the meeting will be red letter Day for the Summit City As there win be thousands of members of the or it Der a reseat a to Day is St. Valentines Day and Many a pretty pictures and Sweet verses were sent through the mails to a Sweet a mrs. Theadore Leininger has our thanks for copies of the Breeze dated october 4th and 11th. This completes our omitted numbers from our last years files. Clyde a. Noyer who has been stopping in this Section with Lynas Noyer and g. W. Brandeberry for the past three years left tuesday morning last for Eldora Iowa to make his future Home with his brother. A Dewitt switch Hazel Salvo cured j. G. Gorrell of the worst Case of eczema Ever known in the state of Indiana. It cures scalds Burns Iii aleut sores and never to cure . S. Jones. A tuesday morning of this week the fire dip in tent was called out for the first time since the burning of the Krick building on South Street last fall. A Chimney in the residence of we a. Drapers residence on the North Side burned out the cause. The fire laddies were promptly on hand and ready for work if necessary. A we Mencer jr., shot and killed a vicious dog let belonging to mrs. Norris last Friday. William is considered an expert Hunter and a Brave Young Man but it is said that in this Case at the crack of the gun and yelp of the dog he wished into his Home and Pleach for his kind mothers Protection. It is now a week since the occurrence and Billy is still trembling. A bed Elsheimer a school under the care of the teacher a. Branden Berg out visiting the various schools Chhe to Tiship and enjoy ing a Sleigh ride monday last. F. Ball and m. Krewson piloted the party and the urchins seemed to be enjoying themselves As they passed through town with the stars and stripes floating Over their Heads. The state senators who Are opposing the Bill to place the lag on every Sci tool House should have a witnessed this scene a a. Crawford a prominent merchant and citizen of Maples was in town monday shaking hands with old acquaintances and friends. He remained Over Naglit and attended the meeting of the k. Of p., order of this place and took part in conferring the rank of Esquire upon a candidate. Adam has just recently recovered from a Long and severe spell of sickness Wlinich to a great extent has changed the former robust 5ind healthy appearance of Adam. He informs us however that he is improving rapidly. Is. S. Davis writes us from his Home in Richland Center wisc on son for a Samile copy of the Breeze and also announces the death of his sister mrs. Eliza Smith wife of Nelson Smith at their Home at Huntsville Alabama on january 2stli 1895. Or. Davis in the Early settlement of this part of Allen county resided near Massillon and left Section for the West in 1856. He assisted in build ing the Pittsburgh and it. Wayne rail Road through Monroeville at a time w Hen there was but one House in the City and that lonely domicile was occupied by John Barnhart and wife. He states that he still has relatives and old in quaint fences in this place and around Massillon. A a. F. Zedaker of Maples was in town monday last. It is rumoured that a a Zed is quite a favorite among the fair sex of that place and from appearances has gained the affections of one in this place. A few evenings since he escorted his Best girl Home from Church at Maples but merely Hung on the Gate Long enough to say Good night Vivien he darted around the Corner where another was in w waiting with whom he linked arms and repaired to her Home in the West end of town from which he was noticed making his Bow by a passer by just As the a we sea hours had appeared. We Hope this will not create any harsh words or heart inching Between his int de future Zappi Nesiti a done to neglect that cough it leads to consumption. One minute cough cure possesses a double virtue. It cures and cures t. S. Jones. A on tuesday last a number of members of the Rebeckah Lodge of this place loaded themselves into an excursion conveyance prepared by Samuel Ginther and repaired to the country residence of or. And mrs. W. H. Baker near Dixon and unceremoniously took mrs. Baker by Surprise. The event being in Honor of mrs. B., having arrived at her 40th mile Stone in life and was enjoying this event All by herself when the party filed in upon her. Tie party enjoyed the visit hugely and it was in deed a pleasing event to mrs. Baker. In Token of the esteem the party hold for her the Sisters presented her with a handsome easy rocking chair. W e will not mention of the journey going and coming but a Farmer relates it As quite was in excellent shape. A a Des Toines woman who has been troubled Vith frequent colds concluded to try an old remedy in a new Way and accordingly took a table Pooi Ful four times the usual dose of chamberlains cough remedy just before going to bed. The next morning she found that her cold had almost entirely disappeared. During the Day she took a few doses of the remedy one teaspoonful at a time and at night again took a tablespoonful before going to bed and on the follow ing morning awoke free from All symptoms of the cold. Since then she has on several occasions used this remedy in like manner with the same Good results and is much elated Over her discoverer of so Quick a Way of curing a cold. For Sale by a a. Shank druggist. A on saturday last a. H. Anderson unceremoniously took his departure from Home and town not even notifying his family of his intentions or his destination. His act caused considerable gossip and hustling More especially among those to whom he was Indeli Ted and several who had endorsed paper for him at the Bank. Or. Anderson has for years resided in this City and with one exception that of Par taking too freely of the flowing bowl is a Good citizen. He is an old Soldier and show a his service in defense of i his country by the loss of one Arm one Eye and other wounds Al out his body. On the Day he took his departure he had just Drew his quarterly pay from Uncle Sam amounting to $150. This being the Case and knowing his habit is what caused greater alarm among his friends and family fearing that some misfortune might be his lot. Nothing was heard of him until this morning just As we were about to close composition when his wife received a letter from him stating that he was at Huntington ind., where had entered the institution and was going to take the whiskey cure. We say amen to the step he has taken. A in these Days of Telephone Telegraph electricity and steam people cannot afford to wait Days or As Many hours for Relief. This is our reason for offering you one minute cough cure. Neither Days nor hours nor even minutes elapse before Relief is . S. Jones. Long Jex Clinge a we gite 38 lbs of 1-2 Patent flour for a Bushel of Standard wheat. Also Exchange for Brau and middling. Elevator. Big Kevii Tiou on sugar. The sugar Trust and the Independent refineries in new York have got into a fight on prices. This of course Means a Benefit to the consumer. We live reduced granulated half a cent this is the lowest Price on record. We have just received 100 barrels which we offer at the reduction of half cent per Pound. Best Standard Jura no lated 4c per Pound. Nice Coffee a 3 l-2c Pound. Choice yellow new Orleans 3c Pound. Froix House. A dollars Worth for a Dollar is the motto at the jewelry store of j. M. Try on Liere you can find anything Yoa Wani in tie line of .tci3 is. =��50t0xjes j and s t Al . At Koek Bottom prices to close aft repaint ii in Ali Ita branches promptly and neatly done and All work warranted. Call and see Triy on the jeweler. Go to Jis. My Lily a for dry goods boots shoes and groceries a Fine line of Candy tobacco and cig hrs always in Stock at the very lowest prices. Onro Evill Bjes Aurant and is daily prepared to furnish fresh , bu3sts,pies Ani it cakes. Also at All hours warm meals Ham an1> eggs Fried Chicken cold Ham soup. Also keep always in Stock fresh candies. Nuts canned fruits Domestic fruits. Best brands of dt6ars and or week board.,Lizzie Miller. Ite bergers Aid stand for fresh and Salt meats lard Bologna Aud . On px�oo9 Are Rea onal it let a re. Life Ajo accilus --0�?0 Money to loan on farm property on easy Menta. No Ood omission with tha Lago of partial payments of Anaf amount 1 any Tibiae and a top int Ere a c. S011br8,Monroe vice a at

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