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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - September 19, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana Old series vol. Xxvi. No. 19. Mo�?~4 eoe Ville Allen co., ind., thursday. September 19th, 1895. New series vol. Xii no. 37. J. A it. . President. C. P. Mitchell. Cashier. J it 1 Var Mai Monroeville Indiana. Ost Pitcl s3 30-000,00. --0�?0 try i Nofs a general banking Junr 4 per cent interest on film deposits. We solicit your Buai it s. V local 3ala.itos. A grandma Biegler South of town is seriously afflicted with i on nazism. A a boarding by the Day or week lit glances restaurant. A a. M. Glaney and wife were to lug guests of relatives at Rivage ind., sunday last. A buy your drugs of w. 0. Svy Jeanv. They Are puke and Finks if. Meeks j. Goodin and f. S. Quot Cwb Star Are at Chattanooga ten no see Thi i week. A mrs. D. Kauffman entertained a number of lady friends at her Home wednesday last. A Oliver Taylor and son Doss two 1 in the Western part of this a Nite this week on business. A look out for our display of school tablets and slates. They in for themselves at Sweany. A miss s. Hinten of Wapato Neia 0., was the guest of her aunt airs. Longs Worth Over sunday last. Several Good town lots and convenient dwelling houses for Sale at Low figures. Enquire at this office. A a. Godard is erecting a new a school supplies at Sweany Frame barn on his farm recently drug store. Purchased of s. W. Wass just mrs it m get arg0 accidentally South of town. W m. Magnet is Jujj from Jer buggy this morning doing the Oik. J and received slight injuries. She a for the Best Grade of sewing had driven to town to attend the machine Oil Needles and repairs of meeting of the Allen county w. C. All kind and for any make of a t. It., which is in session at the Chine Call at the Breeze office. A mrs. M. Heller of it. Wayne who has been the guest of her Sis Christian Church. A easy to take sure to cure Pam nothing to dread pleasant had gained such headway that the j department turned their attention to protecting surrounding buildings and keep the flames from spreading. The barn with its contents was a total loss. The origin is unknown. It was surmised for a time by Many that Monroeville was going to witness another conflagration similar to that no of �?T72 and �?T88, As the flying tenders set fire to several buildings among ter mrs. J. B. Niezer for the past Little pills. Dew7itt�?Ts Little Early few Days returned to her Home j risers. Best for sick headache which was w. A. Waterman a car Penter shop atm. Murchland a drs. Condo Ilyf Lauta physicians and surgeons. Will attend promptly night or Day Calls 5 office on South Street across the Street 1 from Shanks drug store Monroeville. Ind. A j. Klaber of sunday last Fostoria with his pro miss Nettie Meyers in 0., Best this City. A a. W. Thalen Lias opened up a i t a shoe shop in Monroeville up tie is Lac in stairs. He invites All to a la and see him. A or. C. Neptune of Decatur a will be at the hotel office the first tuesday of each month to practice dentistry. A examination school tablets. The largest in town for the Money at the Breeze office. Scholars Call and see them. A ladies All want the Best and have found this in the a Quick meal gasoline stoves a for Sale by j. B. Niezer amp co. A grandma Baker wife of Adam Baker sent a few Bunches of Fine grapes to be editor last thursday for which we return our thanks. A peaches plums bananas watermelons celery and All kind of fresh fruits and vegetables at Glancye a restaurant. A mrs. H. Glaney left wednesday last for Berne and Geneva ind., where she will remain for sometime visiting relatives and friends. A our aim is to keep in line and considerable lower than other dealers in Price and Quality of redelsheimer a Model store. A miss Viola Marquardt sustained one badly mashed hand and two fingers on the other last sunday while pouring milk into a milk separator. A visit the Model and ask for the Low priced goods. They Are equal to any sold other places for High figures and Large profits. A postmaster w. D. Baker was summoned to fort Wayne tuesday last to act As one of the viewers on a big ditch North. that City. A a cat her Throat a so says the monday last. A severe griping pains of the stomach and bowels instantly and effectually stopped by Dewitt a Colic and cholera . S. Jones. A or. And mrs. S. Bair of fort Wayne was in our City the latter part of last week visiting old acquaintances of mrs. Bair Nee miss Maggie Shell. A there is no doubt no failure when you take Dewitt a Colic and cholera cure. It is pleasant acts promptly no bad after . S. Jones. A the following question seems to be causing a certain Young Man of this place considerable uneasiness. A Why did Mamma give g. A. W7., the grand Bounce a f a Kauffman amp Thompson Are now prepared to show their customers a new and Complete line of fall and Winter millinery at exceedingly Low prices. A mrs. H. Anderson who has been the guest of her aged father John Friedline and other relatives in this Section for the past month left for her Home in Tennessee tuesday last. A Farmers Are now reaping their annual Harvest and while they Are doing this they should take advantage of the Low prices on All goods at redelsheimer a Model. A mrs. May Crow a a who has been the guest of her Mother mrs. M. Alleger and other relatives in this City for the past year went to Decatur saturday last to visit her brother Charles f. Alleger. A an infant child of or. And mrs. Adam Speith residing near Smiths Mill in Jackson township fell from a High chair monday last and sustained a fractured Collar Bone. A the season is approaching for Good foot Wear and Edwards Brothers Are Prepa. Ing for the occasion and have now in Stock the Best line of menus boots boys and ladies shoes. A miss Mollie Vizard who is working in fort Wayne sends us $1.00 to be applied upon a years subscription to the Breeze which she requests be sent to her address for one year. A stomach and Bowel complaints Are Best relieved by the timely use of Dewitt a Colic and cholera care. Insist on having this preparation. Done to take any . S. Jones. A a. K. Johnson of it. Wayne and the contractor who put Down the Cement Side walks in front of h. Krickus and b. A. Mcintosh a places of business on main Street was in town Friday last. A a son of or. And mrs. Eli Bauserman residing on the Ridge Road North of town was thrown from a horse wednesday of this week and sustained a fracture of both Bones in his right Arm. A jul our great Clearing Sale of sum Mer goods Only continues two More weeks. It is our aim to regulate our business with the season and thus must make room for our fall store. A As we Are about to go to press word was received Here announcing the. Death of mrs. Thomas Maloy which occurred at the family residence in Adams county five Miles South East of this place at 2 of clock this thursday morning. The body will be taken to Delphos 0., lady who did not buy the a Quick j Friday for burial. The deceased m6al�?� gasoline stove such As sold was a woman who was highly j. B. Niezer amp co. Esteemed by All who knew her. Bilious Ness sour stomach . S. Jones. A or. And mrs. H. Emerick of near Williamsport this county was Here saturday last attending the funeral of their Little grandchild son of or. And mrs. George Emerick which died at the family residence in Jackson township thursday morning last. The inter ment took place in the i. Q. 0. F., cemetery. A from All accounts chamberlains cough remedy is a godsend to the afflicted. There is no advertisement about this we feel just like saying Democrat Carrolton by. For Sale by w. 0. Sweany druggist. A George Singer a former resident of tins Section and who for a number of years past has been Post master at Dunfee this county was murdered monday night last at his Home in Dunfee. He was a brother of John Singer of Dixon Ohio. The fiends who did the deed supposed that or. Singer had in his Possession a Large sum of Money but he Only had $17.00. As yet no clue has been heard As to who did the deed. A the helping hand society of the m. E., Church is making arrangements to hold a fair in this place sometime in december. The event will be conducted several Days and the ladies solicit assistance from every one i Tjie Way of donating articles of various kind. This event will be the crowning entertainment of any held in this place for sometime Bear this in mind and every one assist As the proceeds go toward the completion of the Interior of the new Church. Flour Exchange a we give g8 lbs of 1-2 Patent flour for a Bushel of Standard wheat. Also Exchange for bran and middling. Elevator. A Peter Zurbrick called at our office monday last and Laid in complaint against a prominent Young lady of this City and a Young lady who resides a Short distance North of town and a Young Man who was their escort at the time. . Zurbrick states that these parties called at his residence and disturbed him about a and on sunday evening the same parties disturbed the singing class which was holding a meeting at mrs. Wyck offs on the Ridge Road. Peter was not in a pleasant mood and while he gave us the names and requested their publication we refrain from doing it this time but will not shield them in the least if such acts Are repeated and not Only will we give the names but give them an Opportunity of answering in Public to the prescribed Law for such de it eds. Beware n., c. And t. 4.�?a Vanderbilt can buy High priced goods. A poor Man cannot therefore there Are plenty of places to Deal for the Rich but comparatively few for the poor. The reason Edwards Bros Are Selling so Many goods is because the Rich and poor All can buy at Low figures. A for the first time in several months the alarm of fire was sounded upon our streets to alarm our citizens. A Blaze was discovered in the barn of c. S. Ridenour near the Catholic Church and soon the fire department which by the it it Way is equal to any in the state was on the ground and with the assistance of citizens was soon battling with the flames which owing to the exceedingly dry condition of the build ing and everything surrounding it and with the assistance of the brisk Gale of wind which was blowing and barn and others but All were discovered and checked before any damage was sustained. The new Catholic Church sustained slight Dai aage from heat. Taking it All All in All it was another Lucky Blaze for our City but it is to a great extent due to the Good work of our tire boys and engine. The fire occurred at 4 of clock just As we go to press therefore we Only give this Brief mention. Since we have the above set in Type we learn that the barn was accidentally set on fire by some Little children who were playing in the barn. A or. A. A. Snyder supt. Poor farm win Sheik co., la., save last Winter or. Robert Leach used two boxes of Dewitt switch Hazel Salve and cured a Large running sore on his leg. Had been under care of physicians for months with out obtaining Relief. Sure cure for . S. Jones. A new walks Are still being Laid and soon All will be completed. The Peters property occupied by j. Pillars and the Breeze office has a new walk. A in a recent letter to the manufacturers or. . Benjamin editor of the Spectator Rushford Y., says a it May be a pleasure to you to know the High esteem in which chamberlains medicines Are held by the people of your own state where they must be Best known. An aunt of mine who resides at Dexter Iowa was about to visit me a few years since and before leaving Home wrote me asking if they were sold Here stating if they were not she would bring a Quantity with her As she did not like to be without the medicines referred to Are chamberlains cough remedy famous for its cures of colds and croup chamberlains pain Balm for rheumatism lame Back pains in the Side and Chest and chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy for Bowel complaints. These medicines have been in constant use in Iowa for almost a Quarter of a Century. The people have Learned that they Are articles of great Worth and Merit and unequalled by any other. They Are for Sale Here by w. 0. Sweany druggist j grand millinery opening at Kauffman amp Thompsons Friday and saturday sept. 20 and 21. Everybody is kindly invited to attend. Be Klenz a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers , fever sores Etter chapped hands Chil Folius corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It�8 guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price �?~25 cents per Box. For Sale by w. A it. Sweany. Eiterer out of season. There is no time in the year when or. Caldwell a syrup pepsin is not a Benefit to Mankind. It cures constipation and indigestion and cures diarrhoea caused by bad condition of the digestive organs. Trial size bottles 10c, also in 50c and $1 size of w. O., Sweany drug Gist. _ the Silver craze. Silver has greatly depreciated Ini commercial values and May be found impracticable for Money purposes but thousands suffering from dyspepsia indigestion and constipation have found that 50c or $1 in Silver invested in Ltd. Caldwell a syrup pepsin is Worth its weight in Gold. Trial sizes 10 doses 10cby w. 0. Sweany druggist. Come to stay the undersigned has opened up in the Heller building with a line of Mccoemick harvesters Mccormick mowers Zimmerman buggies / Zimmerman Road wagons sur Reies farm wagons Etc. Biota lbs i have come to stay and invite All to Call and a see me before buying and examine my Stock secure prices and terms. Also agent for Loans fire and life insurance in some of the Mosi reliable companies in existence. C. S. Somers agent Indiana. All ready for work or play you want anything in the line watches clocks it of or jewelry just come around to Tryonis and select from a fresh Stock just Pur chased in Boston and new York for spot Cash and will be sold cheaper than Ever before. Done to let your eyes deceive you. Best glasses on Earth for one Dollar. To Yong a the jeweler. Onro Evill restaurant and sri a pm. X. Is daily prepared to furnish fresh bread. Rolls buns pies and cakes also at All hoots warm meals Ham and eggs. Fried Chicken f cold Ham. Soup. Also keep always in St conc Freeh it candies. Nuts canned fruits. Domestic fruits 1 Best brands of cigars and tobacco.1. Day of week Quot Board. Lizzie Miller. Ill i is 5 sum Isen wagers old stand for it fhe8h and Salt meats lard Bologna and a if Sage a is it Oates Jelm

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