Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 28 Apr 1892
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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - April 28, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Weekly in All things Neutral in nothing. A old series vol. Xxiv. No 1moini�oeville, Allen co. Ind. Thursday. April 28th, 1892. New series vol in. No. 23 t Monroeville. Ind. Transacts a general banking business. Ileceive8 deposits writes exchanges and makes collections. Dank in Odd fellow s Block 1 ski Witos toilet soaps and perfumes at Telegraph announcing the i Ness of his Mother. A still Cool weather. A Only one More week of school. A next monday is the town election. A Fine to not. A Jones Small mixed paint is the Best j to be had. J a the Cooks favorite. Elevator half Patent hour. A Shanks is head quarters for Pratts poultry food. A Monroeville Ball tossers have not yet played a game. A m. E. Argo of fort Wayne was i i to in wednesday last a John Lilak Sley of Decatur was in town the latter part of last week. A William Sheehan is building a new barn on his farm North of town. A bet re you paint your House or barn get prices on material from Jones. A Farmers Are blowing for Oats and c it in. Few potatoes have been planted a the Chicago base Ball club seems to be meeting with hard Luck thib season. A Lewis keeps no. 1 buckwheat i flour. It is equal to any put on the Market a horse buyers of Decatur were in this Section saturday last buying horses. A Payne of. Is not so sure of getting the new Mahoning rail Road As it was a Mouth ago. A mrs. Henry Smith who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks is convalescent. A but few suits of those reduced priced clothing Are left at a Model store. A no place pays More Tor country produce than we do and sell goods to wards. A atty e. W. Meeks and Henry i Rick were at Decatur ind., saturday last on Legal business. A the Farmers and citizens buy at Lewis fruit House because they get the Worth of their Money. Is John Casselman is buying poultry at Monroeville and will pay the Market Price for the same. A a Lodge of the Rebeckah degree of i. O. O. F., will be instituted in this place in two or three weeks. A a mrs. D. Is. Kauffman has opened a millinery store at her residence in the Thomas Heller property. A a. S. Banks of near Hicksville Ohio was the guest of or. And mrs. W. A. Waterman sunday last. A or. And mrs. Hugh Stewart of fort Wayne were in town saturday last visiting their Many friends. A the i. O. O. F., cemetery trustees set out Over one Hundred new Shade Trees in the cemetery last week. Or. And mrs. M. Tryan of Van Wert q., was the guests of relatives i Aud friends in town sunday last. A the residence of b. A. Mcintosh is receiving a new coat of paint. J. Dickerson is executing the work. A to those people who Are always catering after Good articles at Low prices they Are directed to Edwards. A or. And mrs. E. Pillars of Areola ind., was the guests of or. And mra pc. Holder atty was attending court on monday of this week and received his commission As notary Public. A this is the season of the year to set out Shade Trees sow grass seed clean no and otherwise improve your property. A Morris Strass was appointed administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Hess monday last. C. Holder atty for estate. E3pcall at mrs. D. E. Kauffman when in need of millinery goods veils baby bonnets Etc. All new goods and prices reasonable. A mrs. George doctor left saturday last for Warsaw ind., to be at the bed siae of her sister who is reported As being seriously ill a James Sorgen was called to Harding comity Ohio thursday last by serious Ili a master Sam Smith son of w. P. Smith of fort Wayne was the guest of or. And mrs. J. R. Parker the latter part of last week. A miss Francena Vince of fort Wayno was in town Friday and saturday last the guest of her parents or. And mrs. John Vince. A Rev. Jones delivered a Temperance Sermon to his congregation at the Christian Church last Sabbath morning. Rev. Hanes also spoke upon the subject of Temperance to his audience sunday evening. A fort Wayne has another addition to the rapidly growing and prospering City which is a credit to the City and of which All can feel proud. It is the new White National Bank which was thrown open for business on monday last. A or. And mrs. T. W. Hall received a Telegram monday morning last an a bouncing the serious illness of their daughter mrs. E. Hodges at Spring Field Ohio. They left on an Early East bound train for the Home of the afflicted. A a leap year party was held by a number of Young people at the reside ice of or. And mrs. Johnny Goodin on Barnhart Street last thursday evening. They report having had a very Good time Aud being highly entertained. A elder Jones of Mccomb Ohio preached at the disciple Church sunday and also monday evening. He is meeting with Good Success since he begun his labors at this place and secured two accessions to the Church Sun Monroeville elevate a a std flour amp meal Exchange for Folb 59 a a 58�?o 57 a a 56 a a wheat 41 lbs 40 a a 39 a a 38 a a 37 a a flour or 38 lbs 37 a a 36 a a 35 a a 34 a a flour and 1-2 Bushel of offal a the bite of a Rattlesnake a Taran Day which were baptized monday Tula a Centipede or a scorpion Are Al-1 us no. Eve Roost invariably sure death unless an antidote be taken in time. A marshal Mcgonagle with a Force of men were scraping the roads the latter part of last week. They now present a More passable condition a printers Ink yes sir. When d. S. Redelsheimer quotes reduced prices you can depend that he will do it. He is doing it now so go there to buy. A keep politics out of religious meet Ings As it is no place for it. Like every thing else it will be the ruination of every Church or society that it gets into. A Joe Sterling who has been in the United states regular army for the past eight months is the guest of his parents in the North part of town this week. A All Are grumbling about High taxes but the Way to recover a portion of t is redelsheimer has received new boots shoes dry goods and groceries. A a Force of men Are at work extend ing the Side track at Dixon. The same gang will be Here in a few Days for the purpose of extending the switch at this place. A ladies at redelsheimer s Model i store Vou will find dress goods to suit j you and my prices Are from three to j ten cents lower than Ever sold in the town before. P. Meese has moved his residence on Barnhart Street to the Center of his lot placed a Brick foundation beneath it and made other improvements during the past week. A the information will Cost Yon Noth ing and Worth something to you. Call at Edward s and see what it is. We have them now in Stock and will enquire of you what it is. A the numeration of school children taken by t. S. Jones Secretary of the Board of trustees last week shows a falling off of Over seventy children from the number last year. A Friday april 29th 1892 is Arbor Day in Ohio and will be duly observed throughout the state by appropriate exercises in All the schools and the planting of Trees and shrubbery. A a so mrs. A e. Kauffman wishes to inform the ladies that she has purchased a full line of millinery goods and has employed an experienced trimmer. She respectfully invites All to Call. A the property owned by the i. O. O. F., order and occupied by the citizens Bank is receiving Many improvements. The Interior and Bank furniture will be repainted and otherwise remodeler. A Mother in Law once in a great while i go elsewhere to buy but find i one third of the school children of this place Are daily permitted by parents to ramble about the streets instead of being at their places in the school room. Indiana should have a Law like Ohio in which it compels every child to attend school until they reach a certain age. A a the infant child of or. And mrs. C. Crane which has been suffering for the past several months died on sunday last. The funeral was Heid at the m Church monday afternoon the pastor Rev. Hanes officiating. The remains were interred in the grave Yard near the Church. A the prospects of getting a grist Mill at this place do not look very favourable. Like the question of gravel ing our streets the citizens do not seem to work together. Just As Long As this state of affairs exists just so Long Monroeville will remain in its present Dorment condition and we will be in the mud. A fort Wayne has taken a sensible step by abandoning the idea of jointly building a county court House and City Hall. The City has let the contract for a City Hall to Cost 60,000. This City is greatly in need of a new City building As it has Only what you might Call a two by six Hall petitioned off for office purposes. As for the new court House the present Structure is plenty Good enough for the present. A some people seem to entertain the idea that an editor has nothing to do but Call around from House to House and ascertain if any of the family has gone away whether they Are All enjoy aug Good health or if they Are visited by a father Mother brother sister Uncle aunt or cousins. For those people and especially grumbles we would say bring your items to the office or hand them to us on the Street and we will gladly insert them. A As announced in our Las or. Lone Star with his specially company appeared at Bremanis Hall and gave three entertainments thursday Friday Aud saturday evenings. Each evening fair audiences were present and none went away displeased with the Ces. The two funny Meu messes Beard and Raycraft Are a whole circus in themselves and they can produce sufficient amount of sport to compel All to leave the Hall with sides sore from laughing. Or. Lone Star conducts his shows in such a manner that the most modest person need not hesitate about attending. The doctor informs us that he will again visit our place sometime during the coming sum buckwheat flour Exchange for 1 Bushel of buckwheat. 20 lbs of flour. A a a a Quot wheat 40 a a a a a a meal Exchange for 1 Bushel of shelled Corn 451bs meal. For 1 Bushel of ear Corn 40 lbs of meal chop grinding 4 cents per Bushel. A a we Are doing a regular milling business and our elevator half Patent flour which a it it give in the above Exchange is Gaurani eed to be ground of sixty Pound Winter wheat and is certainly the a nest Grade of flour on the Market today. Try it Aud be convinced. Niezer amp Ridenour. Row Slock of furniture have you examined the be w Stock of furniture and the Low prices that we Are offering them. M. Strass. Aon.xo3trille, ind. E. Kune amp co. Drs. Cornil amp Kahao physicians and surgeons. Will attend promptly night or Day Calls office on South Street one door West of Shank s drug store Monroeville. Ind. Dealers in wind engines pumps tanks of out a tub it a Tri. Per Lorman a Pip Gill Etc cd also tvs Folstr t7vrells and supplies. All work guaranteed. Monroeville. Ind. Or. A. E. Mentzer physician and surgeon Calls promptly attended to Day or on main Street. Monroe ill ind. John pillars the fore part of this week. A mrs. J. B. Davis of port Wayne,1 can a ways 6et a a Ood a tide and at Liv j features. His visit last week gained Vas in town saturday last at the bed in amp prices at Bremen a. Goods in my for him Many warm friends and on his Side of mrs. H. H. Davis of Alje store Are ,rosl1 Aud w prices in line return Wil receive much larger put it Tref a with others. J Ron age staid the Feather Peroni. For Sale. Town property Mer and in addition to his present com House a and two lots on Allen Street. Good Well barn and Wood-shed.,. Price Pany will have quite an addition m the of Way of full blooded indians and other j House Aid lot close to the Public liver s and feed stable school building. Must be sold Price a do Alleger,1 agent do Roevina double or single rigs furnished on Short notice and reasonable Kates. Rumple wagons always in readiness for r travelling men. Horses left in my care for one meal Day or week Wili re it a chive the Best of care. A main Street near Kail Road. A Martin. Prop a
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