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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - March 7, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana W weekly Breeze. A a. Hider ennant in All. Things neut dial j2v nothing a old series vol. Xxvi. No. 4s. Monroeville. Allen co., ind., . March 7th, 1895. New series vol. Xii no. 10. A a. B. Niezek c. P. Mitchel. President. Cashier. -0�?0 a zip a state us Monroeville Indiana. -0�?0 Capitol 30.000,00. ----0-0 Tran facts a general banking Bonsi Jess. Pit it a Ion 4 per cent interest on time deposits. We solicit your Busi lie 8. 3lioca,l . A fresh oysters at Glancye a. A mrs. S. M. Williams is afflicted with mumps. A Patent medicines reduced at Shanks. A Larry Wise of Van Wert was in town monday last. A Shank has in Stock a Fine line of stationery. A business is still improving on the It. W. Amp c. R. R. A we Are bound to keep in Pace with other . A Mike Miller was in it. Wayne monday last on business. A a. Smith is about our streets again feeling much better. A for fresh fish Call on b. Alleger a daily fish Market. A Henry Thompson was in fort w Ayne monday last on business. A mrs. W. D. Baker who has been quite ill for two weeks past is . A Breman has Cut 30 % on All of Bis foot Wear such As boots shoes and rubber goods. A John and Peter Clapham of Columbia City ind., were the guest of their brother prof. B. Clapham sunday and monday last. A the a mid Winter Sale at Edwards Brothers will Only be continued a Short time longer. A John Anderson was summoned to Delphos Ohio Friday last by a Telegram announcing the death of his wife a father. A mrs. D. S. Redelsheimer and mrs. M. Strass were summoned to the bed Side of their aged Mother in fort Wayne tuesday last. A Fon Sale a a Fine Black driving Mare five years old a nearly new buggy and harness. Cash or approved . Clapham. A indications Are that oranges will not be so cheap As at present next season. The severe cold Winter has badly damaged the crop. A some Twenty Young couple from the Marquardt Church settlement attended the services at the m. E., Church sunday evening last. A the Chicago times one of the leading papers in the a White City is no More. The paper was sold to the Chicago Herald company Satur Day last. A mrs. C. C. Meyers and daughter Lula of fort Wayne Are in town this week visiting mrs. Myers parents or. And mrs. G. C. Hun sicker. A Don t neglect that cough it leads to consumption. One minute cough cure possesses a double virtue. It cures and cures t. S. Jones. A we. Clem was summoned to fort Wayne saturday evening last by a Telegram announcing the serious illness of his daughter mrs. Lydia House. A Rev. Murray closed his two weeks series of meetings at the m. E., Church on sunday evening last. Several accessions to the Church was the result. W. J. Cowan James Laughunn and w. H. Baker were at fort Wayne wednesday evening last instituting a Lodge of or. 0. U. A. M. This makes the third Lodge of this in that Ait. A the Model store takes the Lead of All dealers in Monroeville at All times. No place Sells goods As cheap As is clearly proven by a visit to the store. Al 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 there is talk of building an electric Street car line from this place to Townley a station on the Findley and fort Wayne Road two Miles North of town. A Edw Ards 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. And mrs. James gaily have moved Back to Monroeville from fort we Ayne and Are located in rooms in the residence of e. W. Meeks on South Street. A we. Foster extra agent and formerly operator at this place passed through Here saturday last in route to Hobart ind., where he will remain permanently As agent. A Benjamin Alleger has opened up a fish and Oyster depot in the Smith building and will Endeavor to keep All kind of fresh fish on hand during the season suitable. A Friday last Thiee Hundred tramps marched into Decatur and took charge of the City. It became necessary to Call out the Malitia and citizens in order to control the gang. Saturday last w. D. Baker shipped the finest Load of cattle that has been shipped from this place for Many a Day. Or. Baker accompanied the Stock to Pittsburgh. A the Bank robbery at Angola mentioned in our last weeks Issue was not As serious As reported. The robbers Only succeeded in damaging the Large Safe but got no Money. A a. T. Baker writes to his friends Here that he has an addition to Liis family in the Way of a big boy baby. The balance of his family including himself is Down with the mumps. A promptness is a commendable Vii tue. That a Why we offer you one minute cough cure. It is prompt in Relief and prompt in curing. That is Liat it is made for. It. S. Jones. A people come from Maples Hoagland Dixon and every surrounding town to buy goods at the Model. The great Cut Price Sale is talked of in every House in the town ship. People Are aware of the bargains. A last evening Thos. Nill and Sylvester Magner went to fort Wayzie to assist in instituting an order of the or. 0. U. A. M. Their friends entertain fears of some Fate having befell them As they have not yet returned Home. A Dewitt switch Hazel Salve cured j. G. Gorrell of the worst Case of eczema veer known in the state of Indiana. It cures scalds Burns indolent sores and never fails to cure . S. Jones. A we. Clem returned from it. Wayne wednesday last where he with his wife was summoned last saturday by the serious illness of his daughter who upon his return is improving. The Mother still remains at the bed Side of the daughter. A the k. Of p., order of this place has received their new paraphernalia or costumes for working purposes recently purchased at a Cost of Over two Hundred dollars. It is one of the handsomest outfits Ever brought to this place. A the Large tract of land known As the Edgerton big Woods and Duck Pond in Maumee and Jack it son township has been purchased by a Colony of Ornish people from Ohio. The purchasers will Settle upon their new Homes during the coming summer. A canned goods at so a John Anderson and wife returned from Delphos Ohio this morning where they were attending the funeral of mrs. Andersons aged father. Grandpa Giffords a Elmer spake has purchased the Stock of hardware and stoves in the redelsheimer Model store and removed the same to his new place of musings in the Meeks building one door West of the Post office. Or. Spake will be ready to open up his place to customers in a few Days. 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 mrs. Ruth Perkins of Mays Ville ind., was adjudged insane in the circuit court at fort Wayne last week. It is said by her guardian that she has been of unsound mind for nearly four years. Mrs. Perkins is a widow lady and about two years ago kept House for a Long time for a. S. Argo in this place. A John k. Johnson who for several years past has been engaged in the saw Mill business in various parts of this and adjoining townships died at his Home in Union township Adams county this thursday morning. The Simeral services will be held Friday morning at Clarks Chapel Church and the remains will be interred in the grave Yard near the Church. 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 programmes have been struck at this office for a sunday school convention to be held on thursday and Friday March 14th and 15th, 1895, at tie Massillon m. Church in Madison township to which every body is invited to attend. The programme prepared indicates that the meeting will be interesting. Such Able and Earnest sunday school workers As editor e. A. K. Hackett of the Sentinel it Wayne Rev. Evans of Maples 0. Moh Ler and Craig fort Wayne. Addresses will also be made by such Home Talent As Rev. Murray Rev. Kain Clias tin Kharn John Van bids Kirk a. J. Shaffer or. A. Engle and others. Song services will be conducted by Elijah Houk. A grandma Wor Cassel wife of Lem Wor Cassel died at the residence of her son Hugh no. R 121 Green Street fort Wayne on monday last. Mrs. Wor Cassel has for Many months been ailing but recently was much better and left her Home in Madison township to pay her son a visit where she was again stricken Down and resulted in Iier death. The deceased was one among the old settlers in this Section and was Well known. She leave a husband Lemuel Wor Cassel several children and a Large Circle of friends. The funeral will be held Friday morning at the Marquardt lutheran Church of which she was a member and the remains will be interred in the Brown grave Yard South of town. A James h. Tartan of Williamsport this county and Mariha Slem Mer w Ere United in marriage sunday evening last by Esquire j. D. Mccormick at the Squires residence on the state line. Liis was the Squires first event of this character and while it is said that he was considerably embarrassed the knot was Well tied the Only omission on his part was the part imposed upon every minister or person who pronounces such ceremonies that of kissing the Ruby lips of the Bride which feature James is much grieved Over the mistake. Another incident is told of James that is quite amusing and that is that the next morning he was out Bright and Early Loo Long up and Down the Road for another couple who were seeking o to made one a sunday last be editor noticed some Twenty Young men and boys jumping on and off of moving trains. It is not necessary for us to state anything in reference to the danger or the unlawful deed for every one is aware of both but should one or More of them get Hurt or taken in by marshal Den Sel in the near future do not blame the Breeze for not giving you warning. A a Norih Side Young Man who wears his hat at an Angle of Twenty degrees has of recent Date been making visits to one of the fair sex Homes on the extreme South Side. He never goes in the House and for some reason has no anxiety to meet the fair Maidens Parent and frequently has he been noticed to quickly snap the parting nectar from the Dainty lips and with the exclamation a the is coming a Dart around the Corner. A a severe rheumatic pain in the left shoulder had troubled or. J. H. Loper a Well known druggist of Des Moines Iowa for Over six months. At times the pain was so severe that he could not lift anything. With All he could do he could not get rid of it until he applied chamberlains pain Balm. A i Only made three applications of it a he says a and have since been free from All he now recommends it to persons similarly afflicted. It is for Sale by h. A. Shank druggist. A one Day last week a Little boy named Gibson who resides with his widowed Mother in the East end narrowly escaped being ground to pieces beneath the wheels of a mov ing freight train which he was attempting to jump upon we Hile in motion. He missed his hold and fell beneath the wheels upon the rails and was being pushed along when a companion who happened to be near with the presence of mind grabbed the Little fellow by the coat Collar and succeeded in pulling the boy from his perilous condition before the wheels caught him fast. Fortunately the train was not moving very rapidly and when carried to his Home badly scared he vowed to never again jump upon a moving train. A a a perhaps you would not think 80, but a very Large portion of diseases in new York comes from carelessness about catching cold says or. Cyrus Edison. A it is such a simple thing and so common that very few people unless it is a ease of pneumonia pay any attention to a cold. There Are a great Many cases of Catarrh and consumption which have their origin in this neglect of the simplest precaution of every Day life. The most sensible advice is when you have one get rid of it As soon As possible. By All Means Dono neg i Lect or. Edison does not Tell you How to cure a cold but we will. Take chamberlains cough remedy it will relieve the lungs Aid expectoration open the secretions and soon effect a permanent cure. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by h. A. Shank druggist. Flour excl Aniie a we give 38 lbs of 1-2 Patent flour for a Bushel of Standard a Lieut. Also Exchange for 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 Oft diseases of All kinds. Get a Sample bottle 10 doses 10 cents of h. A. Shank and you will bless the Day you sugar. All indications Point to an and Vance. It will not remain much longer at 4c it will be we Ell to Lay in a Supply while the Price is Down. We have received another 100 barrels which we will continue to Seu at the reduction 4c la Best yell Oil new York sugar 3 l-2c lbs tra Nice Kew Orleans 8c la. Fort Watsy of bar dollars Worth for a Dollar is the motto at the jewelry store of j. M. Try on where you can find anything you want in the line of Lookis and at Rock Bottom prices to close out. Repairing in All its brunches promptly and neatly done and All work warranted. Call and see try on the jeweler. Go Tois. Mieirs for dry goods boots shoes and groceries a Fine line of Candy tobacco and cigars always in Stock at the very Lowe amp to prices. Onro Evill restaurant e and is daily prepared to furnish fresh bread. , thus pies and cakes also at All hours warm meals Ham aim eggs. Fried Mcken cold Ham soup also keep Aida is in Stock fresh candies nuts canned fruits. Domestic fruits Best brands pc cigars and tobacco. Day of week Board. Lizzie Miller. A pillars s san. Isenberger old staud Foi pro so and Salt meats. Lard Bologna and sausage. A Are Haiie 0-0 Money to Lon on farm property on Missy Menti. No comm�o8bion a i of. Elage of partial payments of u. Anoint at aay time and top inter c. A a 80mbrs. Age omit Tuio India ii enquire a 13bekkb

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