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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - October 31, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana Your happiness depends upon a healthy body and a contented health is seriously in danger unless your blood is Rich red and Sarsaparilla is the one True blood purifier prominently in the Public Eye. Hoh c Dille cure All liver ills bilious ii Usu amp full la Ness headaches. 25c. Not a perfect machine. Rubinstein was undoubtedly inaccurate at times. People who held scores through those Long programs could find that out. He not Only embroidered even Beethoven but he would invent Bach. What he invented was probably quite As Good As what he happened to forget and always extremely interesting. Still it was not note for note and that is what the dullard gloated Over. Bulow was More accurate but even Bulow forgot or manufactured a bar or two occasionally. But these if spots were spots in the 8un, and certainly All Rubin Stein did or left undone serve but to accentuate his individuality and display his Genius in new and startling lights. _ a big regular army. The mightiest Host of this sort is the army of invalids whose bowels livers and stomachs have been regulated by Hostetter a stomach bitters. A regular habit of body is brought about through using the bitters not by violently agitating and griping the intestines but by re enforcing their Energy and causing a flow of the bile into its proper Channel. Malaria la Grippe dyspepsia and a tendency to inactivity of the kidneys Are conquer cd by the bitters. Beyond. Belief. New Rector St. Fashion Church a i regret to find an alarming proportion of doubters among my parishioners mrs. For undred Quot mrs. Found red Quot what else can you expect the Bible says that the four Hund refi. And the people outside of it All came from the same parents. It s York weekly. Women s rights. Mrs. De female is it True that among the zulus the women Are the Solo owners of the houses traveler yes Madam and the ought to own them. Quot of course they a yes. They build the earliest Cap was probably composed of the skin of the head of an animal worn with the hair outside nose and ears protruding. This form of Cap has been depicted on Many ancient monuments. A cry a help result of a prompt reply. Two open letters that should suggest to thousands of american women it go and do likewise. Terecia to oct lady Little Falls minn., May 11,18m. Quot i am suffering and need your Aid. I have terrible pains in both sides of my womb extending Down the front of my limbs and lower part of my Back attended by backache and pains in the Back of the neck and ears. The doctors have Given me opiates to quiet the pain. I have a very High fever nearly All the time. I am nervous and cannot stand. My doctor says 1 must keep in bed. Now i place myself under your care. I am Only Twenty one years old and too Young to a mrs. Chas. Paknek. The above letter was received by mrs. Pinkham at Lynn mass., May 15, 1894, which received a prompt reply. The following letter reached mrs. Pinkham about five months later. Note the result. In role Falls mink., sept. 21,1894. Quot i deem it my duty to announce the fact to my fellow sufferers of All female complain rite that Lydia e. Pinkhan a treatment and vegetable compound have entirely Emred me of All the pains and a a Lfering i was enduring when i wrote you last May. I Fol longed your advice to the letter and the result is simply wonderful. May heaven bless you and the Good work you Are doing for your Axel a lbs. Chas. Pabb Leb. A All the druggists in town say there is a tremendous demand for Lydia f. Pinkham Quot a compound and it is doing lots of Good among the women. If you Are sick and in trouble write Toke. Pinkham. Belief a Ait Yoo. Hoosier happenings news of the week concisely condensed. That oar Nei rebors Are doing a Matten of general acid local interest alarm Lagrey and deaths accidents and Grimes per a onal pointers about Indian Ian. Minor state items. The Post office at Berlington has been Dis continued. Alexandria is importing labourers and wants More. Geo. Hallman was killed by an electric car at Lafayette. The Noblesville foot Ball team averages 186 pounds in weight. Seymour has erected Over 100 new buildings since last Spring. The fort Wayne diphtheria epidemic has proven to be a false alarm. Joseph Monroe old Shelbyville citizen fell from a Lia mow and will die. Some of the Shelby county schools have tossed on account of Scarlet fever. Ella Duncan aged 15, of Terre haute has killed herself with a dose of Poison. Teams Are Able to Cross the Ohio River at new Albany on account of Low water. A Gas Well recently drilled in abandoned territory near Marion yields 3,118,000 feet daily. The firebug is getting in his work at Brazil. The town has had eight blazes in a week. Ersie Longfellow aged 6, of Rushville was burned to death. She was playing with fire. A Farmer near Brazil had raised two pumpkins one weighing 99 pounds and the other 104. An Eagle was killed in Wabash county recently which measured eight feet from tip to tip. Kokomo thinks it will be in keeping with her City tone to Vestibule the Street cars. It will be done. Burglars broke into a country Church five Miles Southeast of Wabash and stole an eight Day clock. A six foot vein of Silver is said to have been found near Centerville. The sinking of a Shalt has begun. Tie electric Light and water works Plant at Shelbyville was sold for $75,000, by order of the . Court. The horse meat industries at Lammond refuse to move although the sheriff has ordered Thoni to do so. James Smith a Marble dealer , had his left hand Cut off while attempting to climb on a freight train. Ehmood is going into the courts with the l. E. Amp w. Railroad because the Road will not employ iii men in the City. The first National Bank of Greensburg has found that a draft issued for .$8, a few weeks ago has been raised to $8,000. J. I. Rosencranz a Shelby county Stockman was thrown from a horse a few Days ago and is not expected to live. Anderson Jones aged 75, of Newbern and mrs. Miranda Gant aged 70, of Loarts Ville were secretly married at Columbus. Mrs. William Kramer of Ehmood was terribly scalded by the accidental spilling of a pot of boiling Coffee upon her left Side limb. Tie body of an unknown Man was found floating in the Lake at Michigan City. The Only Mark about him was Quot a. &Quot>51&Quot on his shirt. Harry Wheeler of Marion was thrown from his buggy in a runaway and was dragged three Block ?. He was seriously injured. A passenger train on the b. Amp o. Ran into a freight near Vincennes. The passenger was wrecked and four freight cars burned. Josephine Kenier of Johnson county who fell from an unprotected Bridge has been awarded $3,000 damages against the county commissioners. George Llo Lunan aged 10, was killed by an electric oar in West Lafayette. The wheels Over his Abdomen almost cutting the body in two. Pickard s Mills or the Little Quot town o As Whitcomb Riley called it had its business portion burned out. It was caused by a Gas explosion. Sallie Davis aged 14, died near Rock port a few Days ago and her body was found to be covered with bruises. The Coroner is investigating and excitement is High. Rev. Lia Deu Rayburn of Kokomo is dead. He was one of the Pioneer preachers of Indiana and was the oldest methodist minister in the state into into service. He was born in Kentucky in 1812 and began to i reach in the Early 30 s. He officiated at 1,277 marriages. Thos. Puffy of Dora Wabash county ran a Needle in his Heel eighteen years ago and it broke Olf in taking it out. The other piece has just made its appearance through one of his toes. It has never bothered him until now Willie Sturgis 17 j cars old was Riding from Sling Ley to Wilkinson on a freight train and while attempting to alight the Iron hand hold gave Way and he was killed by being thrown against the Trustle work of a Bridge. The Accident occurred a shot distance West of the station. Uis body was so badly mutilated he was hardly recognizable. The City of Alexandria has been made defendant in a $16,000 damage suit filed by a o. W. Young who alleges that he was badly injured while on his Way Home one night recently by falling in a deep excavation made in lowering the water works pipes. He alleges there was no Light there and asked damages for the injuries he sustained by the Accident. John Howe of Elwood has brought a $5,000 dam to e suit against Dan Teters the owner of the bloodhounds used to capture him and or. Pierce father of the Young lady whose locks Howe was charged with cutting of. Howe was kept in jail one Day and proved innocent whereupon he began action for damage against the girl s father and the owner of the dogs. Highest of All in leave bring u. S. Gov t report Bowder pure a Fakie a business instinct. Little Jakie Finerman a 7-year-old newsboy who lived at no. 832 South Street came within an Ace of Selling his last paper the other afternoon. He was on the East Side of 7th Street when a Man on the opposite Side of the Way whistled for a paper. Trolley car no. 728 was coming Down the Street at a rapid gait and Jakie did t see it nor did the Motorman see the boy until it was too late. The Little Chap was struck and thrown Flat on the ground while the fender passed Over his body. In the meantime the motor Man had applied the Brake and when the car came to a Stop the boy s head was touching the wheels. Both the Motorman and the conductor thought the Little fellow was killed. He did not utter a sound As he was dragged from his perilous position but when it was discovered that he was Only stunned by the Shock the Cir was allowed to proceed. On recovering his vocal Powers Jakie s first words were hey where s Dat Bloke wot wanted a paper Quot a Philadelphia re Ord. About breathing. In the Ordinary respiration of Man 16 to 17 cubic inches of atmospheric air passes into the lungs 20 times a minute or a cubic foot every 5i minutes�?274 cubic feet in 24 hours. The lungs hold 2.80 cubic feet. At each respiration 1.375 of oxygen is converted into a carbonic acid was. The nitrogen inspired and expired is exactly equal. During the act of inspiration the lungs have been found to be the coldest part of the body. The honeymoon May be considered at an end when the bridegroom reads the morning paper to himself at the breakfast table. Low rates Are offered to Points in Michigan and Wisconsin account Hunters excursion. Ask agents of the Nickel plate Road for detailed information. A Man never pretends to Tell a woman the truth. That which he tells her is known As gallantry. Piso s cure for consumption is an especially Good Medicine for . M. R. Avent Jonesboro Texas May 9th, 1891. True happiness is to be possessed of no ambition for the future and no regrets for the past. Hunters rates to Points in Michigan and Wisconsin Are offered by agents of the Nickel plate Road until nov. 15. Somehow it is awfully hard to believe that a hero can be made of the Man next door fits stopped free by or. Kline s ire to nerve restorer. No fits after first Day s use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and <2.00 trial bottle free to fit cases. Send to or. Klint Icil Arch St., Phila. A. Bust or the Wondim. The rising suit stove polish the cakes for Cea ertl blacking of a Szefi the Sun past polish for a or chef after dinner same applied and shed with a clock Morse bros., props., Canton mm�., . Ailed Sloate Kiln dried Superior to any. Rolled Oats. 5old Only in2=Pound package sat All grocers Muscatine oat meal co. Muscatine Iowa time gallops under the Spur of the moment. P Setimo i a to air to. Morris i n o i w a Avash Norton d. O. Scot 88fuily Proee outes claim late principal examiner u. S. Pavilon Bareau 3 in in last War 15 Adiani Catita Rit Dmn. At too the nervous system is weakened by the neuralgia torture. Every nerve la strengthened in the cure of it by remarkable offer free to Jan. I 1896. New subscribers who will Cut out this Coupon and Send it at once with name and address and $1.75, will receive our handsome 4-Page Calendar lithographed in 14 colors. Retail Price 50c. Farbb the youth s companion every week till january i 1896. Farbb the thanksgiving Christmas and new year s double numbers and the companion 5a weeks a full year to Jannary 1897. _ _ ____43 a both 6 co Apa Hiom Quot a times a there Are few famous writers in great Britain or the United states who have not already contributed to the Yout i s companion but some illustrious recruits have been found who collaborating with the old favourites will enable its editors to make the paper notably Brilliant during the coming year. Statesmen poets famous scientists and travellers eminent lawyers and delightful Story writers will provide entertainment and instruction for our friends and subscribers in a Richer measure than Ever before. Our distinguished contributors. The Princess Louise. The Dean of Salisbury. The Marquis of lome. Bishop Cleveland Coxe. The lord chief Justice of England. Bishop Doane. Sir Benjamin Ward Richardson. Sir Edwin Arnold. The Secretary of the u. S. Navy. The Secretary of the Interior. The Secretary of agriculture. Judge Oliver Wendell Holmes. W. H. Russell of the London times. Admiral Elliot. Frank r. Stockton. Charles Dickens. W. Clark Russell. Archibald Forbes. General Nelson a. Miles. F. D. Millet. Hon. Thomas b. Reed. Andrew Carnegie. And More than one Hundred others. Camille Fla Marion. Justin Mccarthy. Admiral Stevens. Admiral Markham. The youth s companion 201 Columbus ave., Boston mass. Send Check Post office or express order or registered letter at on risk. Quot a handful of dirt May be a Houseful of keep your House clean with Sapolio Quot health Sjo Nal a health signal. The baby s Mission its work in life is growth. To that Little bundle of love half trick half dream every added ounce of flesh Means added happiness and com. Fort. Fat is the signal of perfect health Comfort Good nature baby Beauty. Scott s emulsion is the Best fat food baby can have in the easiest form. It supplies what he cannot get in his Ordinary food and helps him Over the weak places to perfect growth for the growing child it is growth. For the full grown new life. So sure you git serifs a Mullion Watn you want h maj not m Ehtan tube Titus Bcott amp Bowne new York. All druggist 50c. And $1. Texas via a do you know that Tho Fai mor has More opportunities for making Money in t Tiz than almost and state in this great country interest yourself in the subject and see How True this is. Remember the Wabash in Che great steel Boll Highway to All Point West and Southwest. For Viates routes Luapi and general Ini creation. Call non or address the nearest agent of the Wabash system of write to r. G. Butler d. P. A., Detroit. Mich. F. H. Tristram. C. P. A. Pm Teaburg. A. P. E. Dombaugh. P. T. Toledo. Ohio. R. A. Thompson p. Amp t. A., i Ori Wayne in j. Halderman. M. P. A. A 201 Clark St., Chicago. La j. M. Mcconnell. P. Amp t. Lafayette ind. D. Maxfield d. P. A. Lala Apoua. Ind c. S. Crane. G. P. A t a. St. Louis. To. F. W. N. U. No. 44�?95 when writ into advertisers Hay you Law the advertise ment in Thia paper

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