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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - February 14, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana A he Iwic Fels in 1869. Trohn a. At Leger proprietor. Pub ski weekly at Rheb Recze 13uli-l>lno Moni Coeville. Ind. Entered at to impost of cat la Onroe a Ille Indiana As second class Natter thursday beb. L4tli i895. Obituary. In our last Issue we made mention of the death of mrs. B. Clap Ham. In her death caused one of the most sorrowful events that has taken place in our Community for some time and a loved and useful member of society has been taken away by death. Mrs. Clapham came among us about two years ago during which Brief citizenship she made Many warm friends. She was an energetic kind hearted and useful woman. Her deepest concern was for the welfare and happiness of others especially the Young people. She was an educated lady in music and delighted in lending her assistance in any entertainment of this character. She was an affectionate wife kind and considerate with every body. She will not Only be missed by her companion and Home of which she was the life and Joy but by her brother e. Perkey to whom she has been near and dear from childhood her class of Young ladies and gentlemen whom she had been instructing in music her neighbors and the whole Community. Mrs. Carrie Bell Clapham daughter of or. And mrs. L. Perkey was born at Hamilton ind., december 20th, 1869 and died in Monroeville feb., 7th, 1895. Age 25 years one month and 18 Days. She United with the m. E., Church of Bronson Michigan in 1887 and by letter joined the first m. E., Church of Albion Michigan in the fall of 1888, of which Church she w As a member until her death. She has had for some time a letter from her former Church which she desired to present to the m. E., Church of this place but circumstances forbade. During her Church life she was a faithful worker and always ready to do All in her Power to Aid in furthering tie work of the Church and christianity. She leaves a husband or. B. Clapham to whom she was married december 28th, 1892 and to Liis Union was born a son Harry Burnside a Abe aged ten Days which she also leaves. The funeral services were held from the Christian Church saturday morning february 9th., the Kev. W. Murray of the m. E., Church of this place officiating a crowded House of friends being pres ent. After the services the remains were taken to Columbia City jnd., where they were interred saturday afternoon. There was present relatives from a distance mrs. Perkey Mother of tie deceased mrs. Clapham Mother of the husband and two Brothers of Columbia City Eliza Smith. Dion. At her Home in Huntsville Alabama january 28th 1895, of Typ Lionil pneumonia Eliza Smith a wife of Nel Bou Smith aged 62 years 10 months and 13 Days. Eliza Davis was born at Dalton Wii Yno county Ohio March 15tli ,1832 and Raoyd with her parents or. And tiles. Sumuel Davis to Madison township Allee county Indiana in 1845, a few years later she became acquainted with Nelson Snaith and on october 18th 1849 they were married and resided on a farm near Massillon ind. Five children were born to them mag Gie William Calvert Silas and Janie. In the Spring of 1873 or. Snaith sold his farm and with his wife acid Cli ild Ren moved to Richland county wisc on bin. From there they moved to Kansas in 1874, residing on a farm near fort Scott. In the autumn of 1875 they returned to Richland county a Wisconsin residing on a farm near Ithaca until 1889. Daring this time the children had Marri eci and left the borne fireside to provide Homes for the Selvea. A 1889 or. And mrs. Smith moved to Mentone ind., to be year their two song William and Silas who were in vastness in that place. Four years later they moved to Madison county Alabama near their Young est daughter or. J. It a. Cass. A few a norths later Withiam and Hia family joined them. A december last or. And mrs. Smith moved to Huntsville to order that their granddaughter a juju 0tt�8, might enjoy the privileges the Ritj a Phoolo. About the 15th of have the thanks of the Institute Mem Bera for their kindness and generosity and we Hope none has reason to regret their attendance at any of the sessions Chas. S. Mamma Seo a a you ought to know this de witty switch Hazel Salve will heal a Burn and Stop the pain instantly. It will cure badly chapped hands ugly wounds sores and a Well known cure for . S. Jones. Feed a the Ever sold in this Market. Cheaper then bran and middling. 70 cents per Hundred. Oil meal $1.50 per Hundred. Elevator. Jana Arr a grandma Smith As she was familiarly called by her grand children was taken ill which subsequently terminated in her death. Her remains were brought North and placed near those of her father in Tho Willow Creek cemetery. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. A Spyker an were held in the Church at Ithaca thursday january 31st 1895. She leaves a devoted husband three sons two daughters fourteen grand children Btl Iofalo clip two great grand children five Brothers Best feed for tie m Ney and two Sisters to Mouru her death her a sleep in grandma Smith was a sincere Christian and had been a member of the lutheran Church for 46 years. She was firm in her belief and died peacefully resigned and Happy being conscious until the last moment. She was a True and devoted wife a kind and Loving Mother a generous and Liberal Friend and neighbor. She died in her Southern Home surrounded by her newly made friends and was Laid to re3t by her old friends and neighbors in the North. The old family Circle is broken Mother being the first to go and join that higher and grander Circle where death never occurs. Father is left alone with his children two of whom Are in Alabama one in Illinois and two in Wisconsin. He will make his Home in this state where he can be near the Dearest spot now on Earth to him. The place where Mother rests in the Willow Creek cemetery. Silas. Hardscrabble Friday evening feb 22 the school will celebrate Washington a birthday. Everybody is invited. We would advise Clarence Mumma to carry a Chart and Compass hereafter As marry May not always be on hand to direct him. The people in this Section Are Reques Ted to meet next tuesday evening for the purpose of organizing a Mutual improvement society. Harmon Ritner who has been under treatment at fort Wayne for an injured eve is Home now. He returns to it Wayne next monday. Our Young folks Are getting the Good of the Snow As every night finds them at some of the various churches of the surrounding Community. Hereafter the name of hardscrabble will be designated As Good scrabble the times have changed and the name hard scrabble is no longer appreciated hence the change. The lecture Given Here by prof. Dic Persou was interesting and instructive and Well Worth the trouble of attend ing and hearing aside from its medical advertising features. The professor commands Well his subject. Report of the 4th and last session of the Union township Institute for the term of 1894-5, held at school no. 2, Union township Adams county ind., feb. 9th 1895. The Institute convened at the usual hour the trustee All teachers and number of present. The opening exercises were conducted by the teacher of the school. C. A Mumma after which the work of the program was taken us. First subject a a. Review on lillies of Queen a gardens a by g. C. Mcelhaney which was both entertaining and huh Tractive. Following this the question a Are the girls and won eur of Ludiana better educated than the boys and Mon a was discussed by misses Rosa Barkley and Alice Clem on the Aii Irmatine and messes S. Mumma and Elmer on Tho negative. The next exercise a lesson in Tompkins philosophy of to aching was Condo cod in a Well written paper by Elmer Johnson. A Biog Rapiny of Henry Clay was read by c. S. Mamma follow ii g which miss Barkley recited a Homo Sweet Horae Quot a poem narrative of War time scenes incidents and alt3c-Tions which was Well chosen and Well Given. Tho subject a miscellaneous queries was next conducted As a class exercise by miss Clem and thu fore noon a work completed. Institute adjourned till 1 of clock. After dinner the remaining subject a Indiana and the nation was handled by s. Mcconnehey. The pupils of the school then rendered a program of songs recitations essays Etc. After a few remarks and announcements by the trustee the Institute adjourned and a Day of profitable work was ended. Teachers for the township Are no. G. Mcelhaney no. 2, c. S. Mumma no. 3, Tolosa Barkley. No. 4, Alice Clem no. 5, s. Mcconnehey no. 6, Elmer Johnson. The institutes of this term have been Well attended and the tethers have in every instance performed the work As signed them none baying Ever asked to be Exon sed. The Pat Reub of the tar Ioos districts specimen cases. S. H. Clit Ford new Cassel wis. Was troubled with neuralgia and Likeum Tim his St Macli was disordered his liver was affected to an alarming de Gree appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength three bottles of electric bitters cured him. Edward Shephard Harrisburg 111., had a running Soi e on Lii leg of eight years standing. Used three bottles of electric bitters and seven boxes of buckle no a Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and Well. John speaker Catawba o., had five Large fever sores on his leg doctor said to wan incurable. One bottle electric bitters and one Box Bucklen a Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold at h. A. Shanks drug store. Notice. All those who contemplate building either House or barn the coming Spring and summer will do Well to see me. I have had three years practice. For reference inquire of w. P. Anderson or George Ohler. Parties wishing to see me will please Call at my place of residence 5 1-2 Miles South of Monroeville or address me at Monroeville. A respectfully a. H. Bittner or. Application for License. Of to the citizens of the to Enship Monroe Allen county Indiana. N Otice is hereby Given that w e the undersigned Henry Krick and Joseph Mcintosh two male inhabitants of the state of Indiana Over the a a of Twenty one years will Jaue application to the Board of commissioners of Allen county state of Indiana at their next regular session for a License to sell spirituous vinous and malt liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time to be sold and Diane As a beverage at my place of , situated on the following described property to wit commencing at a Point seven acid fourteen hundredths chains South of the North East Codier of Section Twenty six 26 town Twenty nine 29 North of Range fifteen 15 East thence South one 1 Chain thence West two and fifty one hundredths chains thence North one 1 Chain. Thence East two and fifty one Hundredth chains to tiie place of beginning containing Twenty Iive one i25-10 of an acre in Ilon Roe township Allen county state of Indiana. Kuick. Joserh Mcintosh. Tired weak nervous could not sleep. Prof. L. D. Edwards of Preston Idaho in so i was All run Down weak nervous and irritable through overwork. I Sut cred irom brain Fatiga be mental Der cession Etc. I became so weak and nervous that i could not sleep i would arise tired Wiscour aged and Blue. I began taking or. Miles Nervine and Dow everything is changed i sleep soundly i feel Bright Active and ambitious. I can do More in one Day now than i used to do in a week. For this great Good i give or. Miles restorative a Irvine the sole credit. It or. Miles Nervine is sold on a positive guarantee that the first bottle will Benet. Al. .11 Druk slots sell it at 1.6 bottles for �5, or it will absent prepaid on receipt of Price by the or. Miles medical co. Elkhart lad. School of Short hand fort Wayne ind. For handsome illustrated Cata it x. H. 8taflss, pm set. Brew keds Clion Sale Izett suits and Over Coats. Pages m nearly a half. Hundreds of mensa All Wooll suits at s6.50 Worth $10.00, at s7.50 Worth $12.00, at $10.00 Worth $15.00, bring the boys in with you. There Are some special prices in their department too. Suits Al Over Coats. We guarantee everything just the same As though you paid regular prices and will return your Money for any dissatisfaction. A fab Stric tiv one Price clothiers furnishes and hatters Corner Calhoun and main sts., it. Wayne stoves for Wood or Coal. On Stock is the largest Ever brought to this Market and prices Way below last season. Buy of us o too shelf and heavy hardware. -a.3st33 Etc. Parts Ani varies a ies. o o of spouting tin and Iron roofing a special a j. B. Niezer or co. W. To 8en<i Logue Over one Muifun people Wear the w. L. Douglas $3 and $4 shoes. All our 009 Are equally . They give Tho Best value for the Money. Ulicy equal custom shoes in Stylo and fit. Their wearing qualities ago unsurpassed. Tho prices Are uniform Eta Nicu on Sola. From is to $3 saved Over other makes. F your dealer cannot Supply you we Cordovan French enamelled calf and Kangaroo. S3.60 police shoes. 3 solos. 2.60 and $2 workingmen t. S2&$l.75 boys school Shoa Radii so $3, $2.50. $2 and s1.7& if Yoor dealer cannot nipple govt write for catalogue. W. L. Douglas Broek Toa Many for Sale by a exd s. R�delsh�1m�r

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