Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
14 Mar 1895

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14 Mar 1895

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - March 14, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana Breeze. Independent in All things Neutral in nothing old xxv no 44.mon�ooev�lle, Allen co., ind., tji urday March i4th, 1895. In a series vol. Xii no-11. J. A. Kif of Orn ii 1 to tra Pipii it a. Fiuk Ltd lie s. C. P. Mitchel a la Grippe is Here again with a in these Days of me phone cashier Jug vigor. One minute Telegraph electricity find steam cough cure is a reliable remedy. It people cannot Aiford to wait Days cures and cures . S. I or As Many hours for Relief. This Jones. I is our reason for offering you one i -Rev.chas. H. Murray who neither Days j was Here preaching at the m. E., i Church Over sunday left for his Home at Osceola ind., monday nor hours nor even minutes elapse before Relief is . S. . . A mrs. Elizabeth Tarr has her name added to our list of subscribe Bre Kab sent to the address of her daughter mrs. Dorris at Staunton year. Mrs. Porris re a in Siriani Tato Shanks. t i a upon her return Home to i i j a i Columbia City monday last mrs. A a by o-o--1 Cia Ham Mother of prof. Clapham goal Banjul Bur i took with her the infant babe of the ii lies com in f ,. J Cecily Quot left Here for her hew Home to the Monroeville and is anxious to hear from her gallery and see what a Fine life childhood stamping ground. Size picture you can get for $1.99. Vive make photographs nov for 99 cents per dozen. A Edwards Brothers Are closing out their entire Stock Ofa silos Erly to night. Reduced at All hours at ii Nies a a at raut. A is if Adams county i by last. S in Stock a Fine Lino a the town Board met in Addoum Jed session monday evening last to hear the report of the committee of the Board that visited Van Wert View i lists Caps and Winter goods room for their Spring Stock which is on the Road. A preaching at the m. Church next sunday morning at 10 30 clot Liing j last week to investigate and o clock instead of in the evening As s in Stock a Fine Lino of Stelli and son Maurice e in hic Iio on business. J Nond to keep in Pace the a Titov . A or. I i a snit i bras in it. A y neck i monday last. In. T villains of it. Quot Wayne i in Ini cwt tuesday on a a. D. A i or shipped two loads j of in Day last from this i v e. This in m pro Cli urch present usual. Every body Bear mind and be present. A protracted meeting is Grens it the Shiloh m. Just South of town. From the meeting will be a very interesting and profitable one. A they Are partly Here and car loads Are coming. Never before such Quality As Large assortment of goods brought to Amin Crabell was at Ashley ind., monday and tuesday a Bromon has Cut 30 % on All of of this week via iting Robert my his foot Wear such As boots shoes j late of and family and on business relating to that of Bis profession. And rubber goods. I id Winter Sale Quot at Boot licks a ill Only be continued a idiot time longer. of the firm of sri i amp Beil of Decatur was in town Ivion Uay on business. A a. Mckinin of Decatur ind., was in town sunday last the guest of miss Brandeberry. Salve sore a de Witch Hazel cures Sci Lils Burns indolent and i Ever i jails to cure piles. A Webster amp son s saw Mill will in a few Days Ijo again shut Down for r pairs Aii Ltd a Geiger Al remodelling. A John Clapham and Mother of Columbi City ind., were the guests of prof. Clapham sunday last. A mrs. C. F. Allegar who has been quite ill for the past few Days is reported Democrat. A Many Deal at the v Odel store because they save at least three cent on every article Over other dealers. A Oliver Munich of Maysville iiid., was in town monday last the guest of his old acquaintance d. Perkey. A mrs. A. A. Purman and daughter of it. Wayne was the guest of grandma Purman the latter part of last week. A mrs. We. Brown of Van Wert has been visiting relatives and old acquaintances in this Section the past week. A a. A. Waterman is said to have Many changes to make the coming season in the Way of move ing buildings. A Frank Kline the wind pump dealers made some repair to the water works Quot on the town Park property tuesday. A miss Clara Cook of Huntington ind., is a guest in the Home of eve. W. Murray where she will remain for some time. A Paul Drinkwitz of it. Wayne manufacturer of the Justice Cigar was in town monday last supplying his customers with cigars. A the Only Way to make a town grow prosperous is for All to lend a helping hand. Are you fully doing our part in this direction ? a or. And mrs. Petere Gernian of fort Wayne vere the Guet of their daughter mrs. Mcdarby j. B., Louis p., and to. F. Niezer and their Fame list sunday St a we Don t exactly need Money but Are Selling our goods in order to close the present Stock out to make room for our Large Stock of Spring goods on the store. A All who can should attend the sunday school convention now in Progress at the Massilon m. Church. It will be in session this thursday evening and All Day tomorrow. A a. T. Sanford station agent of deeper Clarion co. Pa., writes i can recommend one minute cough cure As the Best i Ever used. It gave instant Relief and a Quick . S. Jones. A who was that prominent Young Man of the South Side who walked four Miles in the country with one of the fair sex and was seen coming to town Between three and four o clock monday morning ? a mrs. A. Mundorff entertained a number of lady friends at her residence monday last. The Day was spent in sewing carpet rags and discussing such topics As usually come to the mind of women at such gathering. The Meese Brothers have began the work of Tea Piug Down the old half burned Structure one door Quot West of Shanks drug store on South Street recently purchased of Henry Krick to make room for their new contemplated Brick business room. A Louis Brown a Farmer living near Dixon Ohio killed a Young calf last saturday that had been ailing for several Days and on an investigation it was discovered that the heart of the animal Laid up in the Throat Between the shoulder and the jaws. A doctor h. R. Fish of Gravois Mills mo., a practising physician of Many years experience writes de Witt switch Hazel Salve has no equal for indolent sores scalds and bums. It stops pain instantly heals a bum quickly and leaves no . S. Jones. A thursday last at the residence of the brides father in Union township Adams county miss Mamie the amiable daughter of w. I. Wass was United in Marri be to Curtis 0. Reynolds of this township. The Broil in extends congratulations end wish Ilie Happy couple Prosperity and happiness through Lile. To the streets of that Cit improved by the Means of cracked Stone and gravel which material it is proposed will be used upon our streets. A or. D. Flanders who for a number of was conductor on the big "4&Quot rail Road with his wife Are now making their Home with mrs. Flanders parents or. And . George Gladden in Pilottown ship Adams county. With or. Gladden and wife or. And mrs. Flanders were on our streets tuesday last. A Young people especially Young men Are requested to save up their dimes so that they May be Able to attend the grand concert to be held in the near future at the Jones school House. Neighbors Quot Chick and John Quot were heard discoursing some very excellent music saturday night on their return from the re Hersal held by mrs. H. Drake. A night marshal Dens Llast eve nig discovered two men supposed to be burglars attempting to Force an Entrance into Miller s a Saloon on i Iain Street. Upon the unexpected approach of Iha a Hirshal the men took to their heels. In their flight the officer lire two shots but missed his aim and the burgers made Good their escape there were quite a number of tramps in Torii last night. A on tuesday last just As the family was about to surround the table to partake of their noon Day meal the House of George Pancake near East Liberty Isnec Miles Sou h of Titis place was discovered to by on lire by a neighbor and Belo e Iii client assistance could be procured i m Sci glib ors the ibanies had gained such that Uliey were beyond control thus the build ing which was a Frame Structure was a total a great amount of the Furi iture was saved. The building was insured in the Ohio Farmers insurance company for .5 k and the household goods for .-350, thus the loss is not so great. A the quarterly meeting held at the m. E., Church last fuday saturday and sunday was one of the most interesting and successful that has been held in the Monroeville circuit for some time. The attendance at each service was much larger than at any for some time. It was unanimously voted that the pastor Bev. Murray be returned to this place by the annual conference to be held next month at Logan sport ind., and the presiding elder Rev. Simpson assured the congregation that their desire should be granted. Eve. Murray has been with us but one year during which time he has made Many warm friends not Only in his own Congi negation but among members of All denominations and the citizens in general. Monroeville has in times past had Many faithful workers in the cause of christianity but none has Ever gained a greater Roll of Honor than eve. Murray is entitled of personal property beginning March 15th, the entire household furnishings of b. Clapham will be offered at private Sale. Said Oale to continue Uhitil All the property is disposed of. Terms Cash or approved note. A special Sale of Goshen seed Sowers at the new hardware store on saturday March 16th. Every body come and Avail you selves of the extremely Low . Spake proprietor. A the Quot hard scrabble Quot literary society held weekly at the hard scrabble school House in Union township Adams county is proving to be one of the most interesting Ever held in that Section. Many take part in these exercises who before did not View such entertainments of any Avail. A at the quarterly meeting of the m. E., Church held last Friday the Foll whig persons were elected trustees for this Church for the ensuing year j. D. Alleger j. W. Meeks w. A. Waterman John Griffeth and j. W. Edwards. The Board is the same As for the past two years with the exception of j. W. Edvards. A a severe rheumatic pain in the left shoulder had troubled or. J. H. Lopar 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 Chamberlain s pain Balm. Quot i Only made three applications of it Quot he says Quot and have since been free from All Heno Wreco mends it to persons similarly a illicit de. It i a for Sale by h. A. Shank druggist. Eve s Kain pastor of the Luth Ern Church at this place announced at his meeting last sunday evening which was attended by a Large Audi ence who attentively listened to a very Able Sermon that on sunday evening next a Union protracted meeting would begin at the Luth Ern Cli urch y the pastor eve. Kain and Eov. Jones pastor of the Christian Church. In these meetings subjects of interest to every Christian Man and woman and those who Are travelling in the paths of sin have been prepared and All Are invited to attend. A in our last Issue mention was made of the serious illness of mrs. Theresa Strass the aged Mother of Quot mrs. D. S. Lied Elsheimer and mrs. M. Strass of this place. On Sun play night last the afflicted lady died at her Home. No. 50 Lewis Street. Fort Wayne her daughters mrs. Sir ass and redelsheimer being at the bedside when the Mother closed her eyes in that Long sleep. T in Lin Era was held tuesday and was largely attended. Or. D. S. Redelsheimer and family and or. M. Strass and family were prese it. The deceased was at one time a res ident of Quot Monroeville. A Quot perhaps you would not think to but a very Large portion of diseases in new York comes from carelessness about catching cold Quot says or. Cyrus Edison. Quot it is such a simple thing and so common that very few people unless it is a Case 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 do not neglect or. Edison does not Tell 5 of How to cure a cold but we will. Take Chamberlain s 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. 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 related by Caldwell s 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 h. A. Shank and you win bless the Day you did. Floor Gie 38 lbs of 1-2 Patent flour Lor a Bushel of Standard wheat. Also Exchange Lor bran and middling euely Atoa a dollars Worth for a Dollar is the motto at the Jewby store of j. M. To Yob where Yon can final anything Yoa want in the line of we notches i to oils j Ewi cil. A Quot siege of a Pouesi and at Kock Bottom prices to Cloke out repaint of in All its branches promptly and neatly done and All work Warrall de. Call and see thy on the jeweler. Go to u is Ile Iii s a for dry goods boots shoes and groceries a Fine line of Candy tobacco and cigars always in Stock at the very lowest i Loeis. Is daily prepared to furnish fresh bread Rolls buns pies and cakes also at All hours warm meals Ham and eggs. Fried chickens Colb Ham soup. Also keep always in Stock fresh candies nuts canned fruits. Domestic fruits Best brands of cigars and tobacco Day or week boards Lizzie Miller. Pillars amp san i sen bergers old stand for fresh and Salt meats lard Bologna Aud sausage out prices Are reasonable. Ire life Ani Altal -o�?0&Quot Money to loan on farm property on easy Mente. No Oom Mission with the Bielaga of partial payments of and Amo Ank at any time and Stop interest c. Sonius agent Mem Mali Man drum Lim Al by sask

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