Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 14 Apr 1892
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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - April 14, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Or a pm Quot Independent in aft things Feutral in 01 1 series vol. Xxiii no 51 , Allen co. Ind. To Fly Irskay. April us 18<j2. New a series Voi in. No. , ind. A we m you in be ban Pyrc Lahl $ the prod Rev now copied by a. C. By an. O i b Tinli Ifert. Street j. W. J miss Ollie by Vii commenced i Teao Hin the Spring term Segool at tie u less Wieimer school Liaise monday lat. Transacts a general banking Busi to la cae j b. In Etal. A. Get a tril Miller attachment will lie bus. Ilece Ives deposits rites sex chag�3 Aud makes collections 11 it to . C. E. Hollopeter Seymour 0 let Rya it who was re c Nelv a tired in Marrugo to miss Florence Harp is now located tie James la Ryiant farm Ono mile North Dixo i. A i to w it l<1ii c were Imp la at the Catholic cd Troli by Tatlier Bank in it Block iliac a sq.-cli"b3, a last Stin it Lay was Palm in Lav a Fine so ftps a us perfumes at Rouos. A . Mesils Maples was in town tuesday. A Jones snip cell mixed paint is the Fabo had. A . , is ill at he re own a 11 title it. A Shanks is head quarters Fot Pilot its poultry food. Pm. Frank s fort Wayne a in town i Moolay last. A the season rubber boots is still Bere Aud Edwards has Vliem. A Farmers ate now making prepare Louk to per. Out their Spring crop. Cd. A. Fetters has sold his forty a re farm East to town to Jake by a. A be it Yea paint your House torn get Prii ids Fiat Eric crony Jones. A Lewis Keps no. 1 buckwheat for. It is Seq tall to any the in Fket a by rember the Wattsr entertain in Lents tit the and lutheran it ewes. A Quot we. Meatier is building a new i4$ce around his property 09 barn Kirk steet a mrs. Alice Boner de eater ind is visiting her father Robert Sweet Luis week. A the youngest child . And org. We. Mencer is suffering wit i up Utheria. A Timothy Baldwin has filed a s Bond As Justice the peace Jacl a township. A Fred Savio is building in Addi Tioy to i property Wash Ogton Street a but few units those red cod priced Clotil Iii Are left at Kede Aheimer s Model 8tnre. A Ira j. David Union township Adams county Lias moved with his family to Decatur. A \ m tines left wednesday list for Warsaw ind. He was accompanied by his son. Earl. A no place pays More for country produce than we do and soil goods lower a Edwards. A a hedge Fence has a in p to d around the Catholic cemetery Aud Church to e Patst week. A a. E. Golden has moved the Henry Miner farm Ner Dixon which he will to l t is season. A the Farmers and citizens buy at a kiwis fruit Houe h cause they get t a Woit it their Mcvey. I mrs. O. E. Kauffman has open-e4 a Miil iric by store at Lier residence in Trio Thomas Heller j Rai erty. A . And mrs. P. Brady near Hirtman Send y last the contract info 7- Aitt it Are aug St s Ivy and Julia Iloilo a a Ich a Al Shonesy miss. A s. I Quot Montgomery re Eiver a Telegram thursday last Annona ctn the ill be r h s brother at a Okaneta left in the evening train to be at St the guest the Misse i v Virgie and j it is a Mored that Philip Fry an Cedarville i td., was in near town -a.1ni3 Loa Lewis. A Elijaki look after eighteen years married life was made to rejoice last week by tue arrival a big boy a his i Jine. Lat so lbs it was Palm Sandav and was appropriately observed at the St. Rose Catholic Oliuch. Next Suud in is easter. A Baxter s tile Mill South Monroe Ville in Union township Adams county was put in operation for the season wedge Sdiey last. A Bev Hanes preached his first Sermon ills second year at this place 1 is Sandav evening. It was attended by a Large crowd ii Call at mrs. D. E. Kauffman when in need millinery goods veil Quot baby bonnets Etc. All new goods and prices reasonable. A misses Alice and Viola Parker left monday evening last for Chicago Illinois we re Thev will spend a few ays visiting friends. A a for India Brandeberry is making her Home wife i her a . O. W. Brando Berry at present. She will visit friends at Van Wert this Eek. A indications from the actions and Eon net the past week the coming cof test for town res will be As Lively Ai in november next. A Siimes Alexander who has been staying with Henry Barrone and family. The past Winter returned to Pitts i High pa., thursday last. A Probert Elliott a oved from the Martin Halev property in Mulberry Street monday last to j. W. Smiths property Allen Street. A c a. Philips and family who have resided in this place for the past year left last week for their former Home a Tenn. A i Diard Erwin Quot be Ciatur who has Many friends in this Section has received tie re nomination for repress n Active t be democratic ticket. A a. W. Meeks has made some changes in his meat Market room for that purpose putting in in addition to his Nie it Market a Stock goods. A printers Ink yes sir. When d. S a Edels Wieimer quotes reduced prices you a in depend that to will do it. He is doing it now so go there to buy. A . Meyers fort Wayne was c dlr a Here the Day last to con it with d a a Mentzer in tie Case mrs. Geor be Miler who id dangerously in resident m Idison township w 11 in the near future move wit i his family to port wave. His farm will be tilled by Iii son. A the form Ilion will Cost Yon Noth log and Worth some hitter to to i. Call at Edward s and see what it is. We have them now in Stimik and will enquire von what it is. A Ada Gartley fort Quot Wane is St no a week at the residence Hai Uncle and ant an Ltd mrs. Get. B Asdeberry. She will accompany Hep grandma to Van Wert. A Dan a to. Of Maples. Ind., was in towns in Lav last. He reports balt Ines As being at a standstill in Maples. He gave the Brezic office a pleasant Call while Here. A till cases craves Doggett and Redel shinier and Mccormick is. Doggett and redelsheimer Tolfe defendants took a Chuago venue from Esq. Sheehan to Esq. Of d. Brake. A Nora Brand Berry will be a student at Taylor University itt the near future. Be will take her departure from Mon Riceville monday to Miff next to be abet i t several weeks. A mrs. D. E. Kauffman it wishes r inform the ladies that she has in clients de a full line is Nail Linroy goods id has employed a a experienced trimmer. She respectfully in Tes Al to Call. A Mother in Law once in a great while t Goel where to buy Bart 4nd i can always get a Good article and at Liv in g prices at Bremen s. Goods in my store Are fresh and my prices in line with others. A Tii Eold building recently purchased by Isaac Taylor is being moved Otlie lot. At the Corner main and rail Boad Stree. It will a remodeler and a new addition built thereto to replace the building recently distr five by fire. A mrs. A. Brandeberry who has been visiting her daughter mrs. Frank Edwards in fort Wayne for the Pant two weeks returned Home thursay in last. She was a Ompa ined by miss Ada Gartley. A a society the patrons inns try was organised at the Foster school Hoime wednesday eve aug. April Goth. Quite a Laige number enrolled their names and the society launches out with fair prospects. A . John Gorrell Ossian ind., for la 59&Quot 58&Quot 67 Quot 65&Quot wheat. 41 lbs 41� Quot 39 Quot 38 Quot 37 Quot flour 38 ibs it 37 Quot 3� Quot 35 Quot 31 Quot flour and 1-2 Bushel Utis Eralte buckwheat flour Exchange fori Bushel buckwheat. 20 lbs flour. Quot Quot wheat 40.meal Exchange for 1 Bushel shelled Corn 45lba for 1 ear Corn. 4 irlb3 meal chop grinding 4 cents per Basw. Waa redoing a regular born Tow sip a bul flour Wui Cliwe give in the Imam a rotted a a Tiara impound Winton wheat and a note amp Kir Oil the Ian Frei tit Day. Try it and be cow faced. Niezer amp you examined the new Stock furniture and the Low prices that we Are offering them. I . A George Barrone. Moved with his was in town the latter part last week family from the old Shick property near the 1 Ai Road to the Martin Haley property Mulberry last. A Jack Izzard who has been attending Medio �1 College Ai Lebanon. Ohio in the interest the building and Joan shoo Iti i Liana a Itna Ted Street to a Joy at Ludim Zapolis. He succeeded in doing quite a business while Here. A . Philo Crane is said to be St. Lima o., working the citizens that for the past six Montun was the guest his pare Iii near Dixon Ohio last Wjk. A a number from a own attended tie Sale the s Muel Bolyard farm Thui Day last. Everything is report Fayne Ohio was the guests . And a having sold for almost their full mrs . Kauffman sunday last. A Jessie Fos a is now comforts in Loca de the filler from South. Of Torii raq Ottly purchased by him. A we. Shaffer and sister Var saw. Ind., were the ests relate Tel and Friend near town sunday last. Place As a physio Piatt Quot who Ean cure ill diseases and that he is the owner the largest Pusen in the land. He i. Working updo ran assumed name aq4 claims Hijji Hoine is in Michigan. A the Cooks favorite. Elevator half Patent flour. Value. J All Are Arnm Bliner Yaboni h go Coclis wat is a�djewell7. Taxes but the Way to recover a Portio 1 desiring to discontinue the depart a is it redelsheimer hag received re in which clocks new bots Hoeft dry g ols and Tro Satchw and jewelry Are kept in order to make room for tie Durga and new a we. Ilo it Inson came Here Ifon a at Oak fur Niebr i so i a a Lias Magner who was seriously lat to Tah charge his by Tipra Agri will offer for a ale toe mkt re Stock ill the week is again a ble to a in Tural and Impleman Roann while above named Gouda at Groat in reduced at his Plitas a Sineas monday it. It Aasia Amity i prices. Now if your Opportunity to a to those people who tre always a Sam . Purchase this class Good. Of Lori in after Good Artillea at lop i Liin. To Philo a clocks Are the Best the Walf yes firs Fth Tii a 4ireott x to bows Fdl. V1o Havo Beon Viii tag a to Lar mrs class and Mil 1 the in Etc to in Lara. P. Wii a. I f the and Spee Timilee at a if a put we the Brih j. He a pm to to to mlle a tto. Has Era ors. Code a Lay amp a a Fri physicians and ski sons. Will attend promptly night Daji Catt office at . Connolley a office a Bery Street. I Pion i Roeve a be. A Nal dealers unwind engines pumps tanks piping Etc. Also and supi>li6s. Allow Ali go we red. Address Man Tollville. Ind for Sale. Town property House and two lots Llerik Street. Good Well barn and Wood she a Tiff that $500.House Aad lot close to school Buu Jung. Mut be sol Eric $300. J. Do Aix Oisiu agree its to amp rat qty . S. E. Mentzy and sop Calls promptly attended to a es�-night.�?�ice Maia Street and feed \ v a it Qubie single rigs Fiorni hit him boo k notice and trav in is Ito Tityk my stent a
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