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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - January 3, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana
in All things neut in a in nothing is i i cries vol. Xxvi. No. 34.monkoeyilliallen co., ind., thursday. January 3rd, 1895. series vol Oil no. 1. J. B. , c. P. Mitchel cashier. Of o Monroe Ville Indiana. Of a a a pit 3 0.000,00. A of or in Iofi a general banking ?. Tii is Lour 4 per Cotic. Interest Linie ii it. A units. We solicit your Bibisi i a s. O Baij Litos. It ii Picc is afflicted with j yet i As. Al it a vines red Iseed in Price at wards Dro s. is Clos Iii All Holiday a ads it. Over but below l in a ext Oli for Cash it 3iolel store. A in v. Iii Ray is holding pro Traci cd meeting at Clarks Chapel. A pen Yio Vard and Uncle Jessie of ter i Ive exchanged residences. A a. C. Aili Iii a left wednesday last i Quot r Talis Michigan to attend College. A irs. J. Meese spent the l Oli a is at Lima 0., with rela i ves. A miss tranch Miller is enter-1iiiih g miss b. Shell of to. Quot Wayne tins week. A George. Knecht celebrated new Yiirs Day with relatives at Valpa Lii Iso lid. A miss l. Shutt of fort Wayne a of. The i lust of miss Edith Clem i Quot irs. Walters of Lueeler ind., is tie guest of Isaac Walters and family. A sirs. Ferd Geyer was at Dayton Ohio visiting relatives during the holidays. A stirs. D. Dickerson spent the Lugt iday i her parents at i Oledo Ohio. A or. And mrs. John Fredline or. Spent the holidays at Lulaton ind., relatives. A our merchants enjoyed the largest Holiday Trade Ever known for Many years past. A dogs killed and maimed ten sleep for 0. A Bittern on the night of december 20th. A mrs. W. Meeks of fort Wayne is in town this week the guest of her husband. A Frank Smith returned tuesday from a weeks visit with relatives at Bluffton ind. A for Sale every article in the Lewis grocery. From Day to Day until All is disposed of. A mrs. Edward Webber and son Fred spent the holidays with her parents at Carey Ohio. Is. J. Montgomery and wife were at Middle Point Ohio ears Day visiting relatives. A miss Lizzie Klye of it. Wayne spent new years the guest of miss Carrie Strass. A Albert Brandenburg and wife entertained his Mother and a brother during the holidays. A attorney c. Kain of Bluffton is the guest of his parents Bev. Kain and wife this week. A prof. B. Clapham of our Public schools was at Columlus City ind., last week visiting relatives. A Charles Geyer has sold to Quot we. T. Wybo uni Twenty acre tract of land in Madison township. A the new fort Warpie Al Findley rail Road is now running three regular passenger Travis each Way daily. A Bern Ember the Hospital for sick watches is located in Strass furniture booms on Xii ill Street. A or. S. A Robinson of White Pigeon Michigan was the guest of his Brothers Amasa and Adam the past week. A misses Emma i Vilier and Virnia Evers of Van Wert Ohio were the guest of miss Dora Geyer sunday last. A Charles Niezer held the Lucky number that gave him the Type Ariter disposed of last week by e. Weber. A or. And mrs. G. Spake of Auburn ind., spent Christmas in town Tho guest of her parents or. And mrs. C. A. Nill. A Diniel Bottenberg one of our most prominent families entertained a brother of his from the West during the holidays. A Don t buy clothing hats or boots and shoes until you have examined goods and obtained prices at Edwards Brothers. A preaching at the m. E., Church next sunday morning at 10 30 instead of in the evening. Every body Bear this in mind. A Edward pillars and family of Areola this county have been the guests of their parents John pillars and wife the past week. A mrs. C. P. Mitchell accompanied by her son Vern made a Holiday visit to her parents and former Home at bidge farm 111. A Edward Geyer an old Soldier was in town new years the guest of his brother Charles and i erd and attending soldiers reunion. A mrs. John Barnhart has returned Home after an absence of two months with her daughter mrs. I. 0. Jones at Winamac ind. A miss Raifsnider of it. Wayne returned to her Home tuesday last after a two weeks visit with the misses Ida and Minnie Murchland. A a. P. Geyer who is attending the m. E., College at Upland ind. Was at Home with his pare its a Geyer and wife during the holidays. A Higley Hinton of St. Marys Ohio was the guest of Liis grandparent grandma Longsworth and we. Steele and family of Allen View Street. A Charley Doud of Ney Ohio or. And mrs. George Bryan of returned to his Home wednesday Portland ind., Are the guest of mrs. Last after a weeks visit with his old Bryan father Daniel Miller. It los. Pic a. Jones of Van Wert was the guest of friends in this place during the holidays. School mate and Friend Walters. William a Jacob Marquardt would greatly appreciate the kindness if the per a i. Son who took his Buffalo Robe from am. Mencer and wife enter for his buggy during the recent tamed a number of re natives and Camp meeting would return the intends from Ohio on Christmas. Same. A get your groceries at Lewis t i j r As we sell the cheapest and the corp ire and of highest prices for country produce. Obio returned Home i this thursday morning after a Lela and Gertie Magner were spending the holidays with mis. The guest of relatives at Columbsu Ireland parents or. And mrs. C. W. Grove Ohio during the holidays. Eollins. A Henry Smith was at Ohio was City last week settling up the a among the pleasant events of the holidays was a family gathering affairs of the late grandma Martz. To the country Home of William Kin the Way of a Holiday gift Maxheimer two Miles South of town the wife of h. C. Davis presented besides the family there was seated him with a bouncing big girl baby around the Festal Board a number and Mother and Dai her Arfe get of relatives from Ohio who rectum Ling along nicely. Papa is Happy de Home wednesday morning last. I a mrs. Minnie Deiwert House i keeper for w. Wass it. Wayne was the guest of her parents in. And mrs. A. B. Mundorff Christmas Day. A our popular land lord of the Central hotel and the Monroeville fruit House Joseph Lewis has been slightly under the weather the past week. A mrs. Jolgui vyers of Quincy 111., and mrs. Theo. Harris of Payne Ohio Are the guests of their sister and Mother mrs. H. Beam a Snider and family this week. A commencing saturday morning january 5tii 1895 redelsheimer at the a it l store will sell clothing boots and shoes hats and Caps and dry goods at ii for Cash. A we made an Effort to get All the events of the past two weeks and if any Are omitted it is the fault of Liliose who were apprised of Vliem and did not hand them to us or our reporter. A while in town during the past week the guest of his daughter mrs. J. T. Sprague John Smith of Bluffton paid this office a Short visit. He was accompanied on his visit by Liis wife. A Peter Laughlin of Valparaiso ind., was in town the fore part of this week visiting old a Inai Nten Ces and looking after his property in this place and farm two Miles North East of town. Pc. C. Wright after spending the holidays with his aged parents or. And mrs. A. Wright returned to his Lai ors As teacher of one of the District schools in starion township tuesday morning last. A Nick Hoffman a prominent Farmer of a Madison town is up tides presenting be editor sit i a Large full of Fine apples As a new years gift pays for two years subscription to the Breeze. A Uncle Alexandc Slater who has been quite ill for some time with rheumatism requests us to return his thanks to the citizens and friends who so kindly cared for and assisted him during his illness. A the personal goods of the late John scar was sold at pub lie auction on Friday last. A fair crowd was present considering the rather Cool weather and every article sold was sold at fair prices. A or. And mrs. Phipps w. P. Smith and family d. C. Potts and family All of fort Wayne partook of their Christmas meal from the Festal Board of their parents or. And mrs. J. A. Parker in this City. A mrs. James Laughlin has been the guest of relatives at Marion ind., the past two weeks. She was also at the bed Side of grandma Laughlin Mother of James who has been quite ill for some time past but who is improving. A Christian h. Schrick one of the Early settlers of Monroeville writes us from his present Home in beading pa., and requests that a copy of the Breeze be forwarded to his address for one year. He is anxious to hear from his old friends and neighbors. A attorney John Connolley of Mansfield Olio is Here the guest of his brother or. W. A. Connolley and sister Maggy. Their younger brother Frank formerly of this place now of san Francisco California is also their guest but we Are sorry to say is so badly afflicted with rheumatism that is unable to get about to shake hands with his old acquaintances. A a. T. Hall and wife received a substantial Christmas gift from their daughter and husband or. And mrs. Hodges of Springfield Ohio in the Way of a barrel of such viands As the season affords. Also numerous articles of wearing appear Rel that will be useful to them Dur ing the Winter months. Such gifts would be acceptable to Many not excluding the editor of the Breeze. It is not frequently the Case that children remember their aged parents in such a pleasing and accept Able manner As the event in ques Tiou. Christmas. Christmas was a Day of Good cheer in Monroeville and nearly everybody seemed to be merry. As is usual at All Christmas tides sary crowd no dance was held in the afternoon and All efforts were concentrated to make tie evening hop a howling Success and it was so made. The crowd was so Large. X f i.1 c a i fat the Hall was Bare capable of the auspicious event of the is ivors accommodating it but it was a Good natured crowd and willing to Bear with a Little inconvenience in in birth was commemorated by the various churches by appropriate services participated in mainly l y the sunday school scholars find the choirs. The Glrst held was at the lutheran Church on sunday night the exercises being Given a Day ahead i the Pursuit of enjoyment. Barring one or two incidents of minor importance the crowd preserved the very Best of order throughout the entire evening and the in i the two cases spoken of being Irnne m Uler to avoid Ammri Ting arrange Tell ejected from the room no ments made by the outlier churches. Unmoved it a univ Dis l la name of Timeir program As pre lasted mull alter i i i sly announced was Christmas i o clo to a a and right Well does it deserve cd and was a Cre it to it Wio worked so hard to Niaki it name. A cordial invitation had i. 1 1 i. 1 1 Jit a Success Hen Exten led to everybody to a it tend and Fri indications it would seem that the invitation was Cepter. By six o clock the were comfortably Lilko and at of clock there was t a foot of stand Given by miss Louise Niezer Laii ing room any when Lery Vestil uie an social . One of the leading society events seats of the holidays took plume last at 71 Day a veiling. It was a Recei Uon b in Lulu lug tand Given by uss Louise Niezer . Aiole it Gul Gater of Var. And a stairs were tilled in Honor of the issues Grace Weber packed in Cohu table full by men wary Sullivan Grace women and children who were Anna o Llo Urke Laura a German there to hear acid were bound to do acid Constance Leller Alloi Foi t so no matter what the Hico Neui a Wayne. A Pleasac it it i vening was ence. A great Many could not get spent in singing dancing play Iii in at All and were compelled to re charades and other games. Vav is turn Home. The program was Avo i a who is an dec oni Ili shed rendered in a very commend Ible pianist won great a Riise Freni the Mumer and the Large audience was guests by her excellent inter Vita More than compensated for its j tons of some very difficult music trouble and a convenience. The such events Mark epochs in the Prii Dupal features of the program lives of our Young folks for social were a violin Solo by miss May events Are very rare in this place Clem who completely captivated the audience l y the Giace and ease with which she Hanciles this difficult Hist Ament and the singing of mrs. C. Hoelle whose voice possesses a Cleir Sweet powerful intonation and a capacity and Compass a a a at were a revelation to her hearers. Santa Claus was the chief attraction for the Little folks and after he had treated them liberally the audience dispersed Well pleased with themselves and the world in general. The Christian Church. For some cause. Public installation. One of the principal events of last week and the one which perhaps entered the greatest interest was the Public installation of officers held by the of. Amp a. M., on thursday Evenmo. The masons families and their friends were there to the number of about one Hundred and watched the proceedings with much interest and close attention. George Webester acted As g. W. M., or principle installing _ officers and conducted the in the Christian Church presented a Pressie ceremonies in line style very Nice program to its friends after the installation the visit Drei and the parts were very Well rend repaired to the i. 0. 0. F., room ered the Little folks especially re which was used As a reception room ceiling great Praise. Of course j and were soon called Back into the Santa Claus made his appearance j f. A. A a room to partake an of heralded by the Chimes of Sleigh Oyster supper furnished by a to i Bells and gladdened the children select Robinson. After supper the hearts by Muni cent gifts of toys hours were spent in shining play and Liberal allotments of Candy a ing and dancing until a Nev Day just what use the Good Saint had j Hal been ushered in when the for Sleigh Bells when no Noav was guests departed thanking the to be found is not apparent but it is arsons warmly for there enter very Likely that he uses them Mere Tain ment and hospitality by from Force of habit and would probably take them along if he was to go boat Riding during the summer. Church. Or. O. U. V. Probably Trio most enjoyable soc Iii event of tiie Lio Lulay season at our quiet town this year occurred our veil tuesday even Iliff of Liis week. Udon the Occas recitations which were deserving of great Praise and Wen received while we of people besides the members of a huge Star from which the enter the wore duly pamment was named formed the Liu Talle and had taken their Center of attraction for on it were invitations were Given ii suspended the presents. A neat i Bieu Ibex of the order Conception was a Chariot drawn by a Iii a to which Many re bonded. Five neatly attired Hittle Girts and j William Dickerson Harvey Crabill e occupied by another Little girl who w. Leeks and not member was the representative of Santa a mde Short uddresse.-, which were Woli Claus and came to do his work at received by the of the order that place which she did gracefully in order was a slim piteous fest and capably. A Large crowd at ten served at the Aleks building to which ded the entertainment and every Aii were invited and to a Yuichi All res. Bonded with a Good will. If anybody present missed this part of the i Jgr Aiu it was his own fault As the in Vitalio one seemed Well pleased with it. Christmas Uay. On Christmas Day the principal attraction was the festival Given by 1 everybody and it Cost nothing. The firemen. Dinner and supper i were served in first class style by. 1 a i. I i 1 largest of order ii Ere. The gives and Sisters of the Brave All thins considered it was a grand laddies. The voting for the several Success a a Izaal Sij i a time generally prizes was not As spirited As is plenty to eat. Everybody seemed we rally seen on such of Cosmore to be Well and the members of seen on such occasion highly a Preiato but the results were very Satis fac the manner in Wuich the people res tory from a financial View. Three bonded to . Little gilds received dolls for secur f a lit ing the largest number of Tes i Viz misses Ealing Sprague and Crane. Mary Guillot received the ladies Gold watch May Mencer the Gold ring Alta Lewis the necklace and George Glancy the chair. The boys had advertised a dance for both afternoon and evening but Wing to the absence of the flit to Down acc. I Patent per barrel $2.50. A Quot i bbl. Per sack 65c. U it. A. A Quot 33e. Bolted Cora meal. $1.25 or Bunin -red,., ele Yakob. A. A pm
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