Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
28 Feb 1895

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28 Feb 1895

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - February 28, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana A Independent in All things Nev trial in �1 1 series vol. Xxvi. No 42.Monroeville, Allen co., ind., thursday. February 28th, 1395. New series vol. Xii no. 9. A b. Niezer president. C. P. Mitchel cashier. Of of citizens state Bank Monroeville Indiana. Of of Capitol -$30,000,00 --0-0 transit cts a general banking Basili of a. Psis four 4 per cent interest i time deposits. We solicit your Busi Quot get s. A a ocal so . A Patent medicines reduced at Shanks. A a John Magner is ailing this week. A Shank has in Stock a Fine line a of stationery. C. Somers was at fort Wayne Jav Jomsky last on business. Be. Finan was at Middle Point 0., tuesday last on business. A Burt Casselman was at Auburn ind., on business tuesday last. A a. G. Hoelle of Convoy was in town thursday last on business. A a. M. Strass and Mother Are in fort Wayne visiting relatives. A we Are bound to keep in Pace with other . A vim. Clem attended the horse fib it a at fort Wayne monday even-ill0be. Weber and family attended the horse show at fort Wayne tues Day Hist. A it is rumoured that there will be a wedding in this place in the near future. A John pillars was at Areola ind., Friday last visiting his son de and family. A Breman has Cut 30 % on All of his foot Wear such As boots shoes and rubber goods. A a. S. Arpo is at Valparaiso ind., Liis week visiting his Daugher mrs. A. C. Bryan. A the a mid Winter Sale at Edwards Brothers will Only be continued a Short time longer. A Maurice Niezer attended prof. Bartholomew s Equine Paradox at fort Wayne tuesday last. A i. S. Redels Wieimer was at Cleveland 0., last week visiting his daughter mrs. H. Strass. A prof. Clapham of our Public schools was at Columbia City ind., saturday and sunday last. A a. Humphrey tie inspector for the Pennsylvania rail Road was in town wednesday last on business. Pm. G. Burt of fort Wayne was in town tuesday last looking after the business of Weil Bros amp co. A Louis Guillot filled the positions of j. Miller and George Knecht at the elevator tuesday last. A Henry Krohn returned Home wednesday last after a weeks visit with his Mother near Greenwood Ohio. A there will be preaching in the Christian Church sunday morning and evening by the pastor Kev. Jones. A Deputy postmaster George Baker is Able to be at his Post of duty again after an illness of two weeks. A Jack Haley brakeman on the p. F. W. Amp c. R. B., was in town tuesday last. There must be some attraction Here. A the goods we Are Selling at our bargain sales Are not shelf worn nor old goods but As fresh As any in the store. A we. R. Brown had the misfortune saturday last to lose his pocket Book while transacting some business Here in town. The pocket Book contained some notes and a Small amount of Cash. A mrs. D. Buchanan of near Payne 0., was the guest of or. And mrs. Albert Brown South of town saturday and sunday last. A a Thomas s. Heller of of t Wayne is on our streets this morning. He is Here looking after property owned by him in this place. A a. Miller wife and daughter and mrs. H. Zollinger of fort Wafaie were in town Friday last the guests of relatives and friends. A George Ginther has commenced the erection of a new dwelling House on his farm West of town. Martin and Driver Are doing the work. A Twenty eight members of Monroeville Lodge no. 360. K. Of p. Attended the District meeting of the order held at fort Wayne tuesday last. 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 passenger conductor John Bevington and daughter Florence of Pittsburgh pa., Are the guests of d. C. Purman and other relatives this week. A Ocoine 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 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 or. C. Neptune dentist of Decatur ind., will be at the office of or. S. Mentzer on tuesday March 5th for the purpose of practising dentistry. Call and see him. A George Baker who has been seriously ill with the mumps for the past two weeks is again Able to be on our Street. His Mother mrs. W. D. Baker is now Down with the mumps. A John and Philip Meese have purchased the ii Rick property on South Street. It is said that the old Structure will be torn Down and a new building erected this coming summer. A promptness is a commendable virtue. That a Why we Oiler you one minute cough cure. It is prompt in Relief and prompt in curing. That is what it is made for. It. S. Jones. A attention comrades. Next monday evening is regular meeting of we. H. Link Post g. A. R. Let there be a full attendance. Business of Jones commander. A a cried fire but the people All Over the country have the past week been advertising for the redelsheimer Model store in the Way of telling about the goods and Low Pri Ces can be had there. A George Bauserman who resides three Miles West of town in Madison township has purchased an eighty acre farm near Scott 0., and will move with his family to that place in the near future. A headache is the direct result of indigestion and stomach disorders. Remedy these by using de witty a Little Early risers and your headache disappears. The favorite Little pills . S. Jones. A Henry Hunsicker of Bluffton ind., was the guest of his parents or. And mrs. G. C. Hunsicker tuesday last. Mrs. Hunsicker has been quite sick for the past week but at present is slowly improving. A the Steuben county Bank at Angola ind., was entered by burglars wednesday night and the supposition is that the Boodler succeeded in getting away with a Large amount of the Cash deposited in the Safe. A a dance was held at the residence of Monroe Miller three Miles North West of town saturday evening last. With one or two exceptions nothing occurred to mar the pleasure of the evening and the participants All report a pleasant time. A Muslin Sale at redelsheimer a Model store. Good Muslin 4c per Yard. A the town Board Are talking of putting Down a Large sewer on main Aid South streets. A a. Crabill with his Force of carpenters Are again at work at the new residence of Henry Krick on West South Street. A James Doggett of the Annex Model dry Good store is off of duty this week owing to being afflicted with an attack of mumps. A it is said that Monroeville has a male citizen that indulges in an act that is by far More degrading than a brute would commit. A the exhibition of a Patent fire extinguisher in this place last Friday proved to be a total failure and the agent took his departure from our town in not the Best of spirits Over the results. A the Culvert crossing South Street in the West end broke Down last Friday evening. Marshal Densel promptly displayed a danger signal and the repairs were made saturday morning. A Dewitt switch Hazel Salve cured j. G. Gorrell of the worst Case of eczema Ever known in the state of Indiana. It cures scalds Burns indolent sores and never fails to cure . S. Jones. A Jno. D. Alleger of the Monroe Ville Breeze is receiving compliments from everybody and it is ail on account of a new dress by which the appearance is greatly change d and of course for the Chicago newspaper Union. A notwithstanding the existing hard times we Are now enduring and after All that has been said by the newspapers about fakers and swindlers it seems that some of our Farmers will continue to allow themselves to be taken in by such Fellows. A we Are informed by or. H. A. Shank our popular druggist that about March first a practical and Well educated being a graduate of one of the leading colleges in Illi Nois vote it Iua by surgeon will arrive Here from Chicago and wi-1 make this his permanent location. A the town Board is still hanging to the question of repairing our streets and it is but just to our town that they should and in order to prove our assertions the Reader has oily to cast his eyes Over the streets of our town. China has not yet made its appearance but ii Idica tons Are that the Distant country will soon be discovered. A Here is an editors timely suggestion As to How to a break oxen a if Only one of a Good plan would be to hoist him by Means of a log Chain to the top of a pole forty feet from the ground then hoist him by a rope tied to his horns to another pole. Then let descend on his Back a five ton pile Driver and if that done to break him let him Start a newspaper and Trust people for subscription. One of the two ways will do it a the commodious Home of mrs. We. Wright in the South part of town was ablaze with ladies last saturday the occasion being an All Day hem stitching party. A number of ladies responded and spent a pleasant Day and at the same time distinguished themselves As capable Hemmers and stitchers. It was one of those pleasant occasions where every one has a Good time for which much credit is bestowed upon the hospitable hostess. Pc. F. Alleger who by the Way is one of the number of the same family Asye editor celebrated the 88th anniversary of his birth at his Home in Decatur ind., on thursday evening last. A number of his friends embraced the Opportunity and gave him a Complete Surprise and after gathering at Bis Home some 35 in number and their captive had surrendered the evening was pleasantly spent. The event was slightly premature As Charley had not reached his 38th mile Stone until the next Day feb. 22, 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. A the infant babe of or. And mrs. Enoch Clayton and the infant babe of or. And mrs. Howk ens both families residing As neigh Bors near the Boston store in Madi son township died wednesday morning last. The funeral of both children were held to Day at the same time at the Massillon m. E., Church the pastor Rev. Murray officiating. A a Des Moines woman who ha9 been troubled with frequent colds concluded to try an old remedy in a new Way and accordingly took a tablespoonful 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 following 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 discovery of so Quick a Way of curing a cold. For Sale by ii. A. Shank druggist. A patronize Home is one of the ways of building up your own town and county and increasing the value of property you have. While everyone should have the right to Trade where they please or where they can do the Best for them selves yet those who a certain Community have to depend some upon others to some extent for their living and to that extent they owe a debt if Only that of gratitude but still they owe it and should be willing to the same. Such Are the facts with business men they deserve the patronage of the Community in which they live so Long As they do their part by helping to keep up the necessary part of the building up of the interest that go to the general improvement of the City or country in which they live. The most contented people in this country is the neighbourhood where they help one another. This is patronizing Home and helping to improve our own Home. Flour a Silian a a we give 38 la of 1-2 Patent flour for a Bushel of Standard wheat. Also Exchange Lor bran and middling. Elevator. A True saying it has been said that habitual constipation is the cause of fully one half the diseases that flesh is heir to. Keep your bowels regulated by Caldwell a syrup pepsin and your system will be in proper condition to keep off diseases of All kinds. Get a Sample bottle 10 doses 10 cents of it. A. Shank and you will bless the Day you sugar. All indications Point to an Advance. It will not remain much longer at 4c. It will be Well to Lay in a Supply while the Price is Down. We have received another 100 barrels which we will continue to sell at the reduction 4c la. Best Yellott new York sugar 3 l-2c la. Extra Nice new Orleans 3c la. Fort Wayne fruit cattle Sale the undersigned will sell to the highest bidder 20 head of Jersey cows and heifers fresh and coming fresh at the Stock Yards in Monroeville Indiana on thursday March 7th 1895, beginning at 1 of clock p. M. These cattle Are from the Best herds in Kentucky and will be sold on a credit of eight months by the purchaser giving his note with approved Security. A k. Wisenb Sreb a dollars Worth for a Dollar is the motto at the jewelry store of j. M. Treen where you can find anything you want in the line of watches. Clocks j . A a a Specto lbs and Silv e a War e3. At Rock Bottom prices to close onic repairing in All its branches promptly and neatly done and All work warranted. Call and sentry on the jeweler. Go to m Mliss for dry goods boots shoes and groceries a Fine line of Candy tobacco and cigars always in Stock at the very lowest prices. Onroevill1 restaurant and a is daily prepared to furnish. Fresh bread. Rolls buns pies and cakes also at All hours warm meals Ham and eggs. Fried Chicken cold Ham soup. Also keep always in Stocek fresh candies nuts canned fruits. Domestic fruits Best brands of cigars and or week Board. Lizzie Miller. Pillars 5 san Isenberger old stand for fresh and Salt meats lard Bologna and sausage oar pries arc , life Ani Accident i 0�?0-Money to loan on farm property on easy payments. No commission with the pm Elage of partial payments of any amount at any time and Stop interest c e. Somers agent Star milk wait eat in quire at Bebel a office

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