Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 4 Aug 1892
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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - August 4, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana
A. War Lait a a Independent in All things Neutral in old series vol. Xxiv. No 15. Allen co. Ind., thursday. Aug ust Ith 1892. New series vol in no. 37. I Monroeville id. Transacts a general banking Busi nes. A receives deposits writes exchanges and makes collections. in orm fkr lows by Ock Jooa ,-u.i"bs. A try a Lavista Cigar. A smoke the new High life Cigar. A we. Wright is Laid up with a sore foot. Pm. E Argo was in town monday last. A fish for this season the year at Brennan s. A several refreshing showers the p St week. A the Cooks favorite. Elevator half Patent Ilour i redelsheimer �8 Selling flour at 00 per barrel. A we Lewis fort Wayne was in t Jan Friday last. A Davis sewing machine Needles for Bale at this Ofhie. A Fly paper and insect powder �11 kind at Shanks. Is. U Tarney Auburn ind., in town monday last. A the Grange held their regular meeting last saturday. A everybody read he new Globe adv. In Titis weeks Aisne. Connelly was at Van wer t monday last . A still marshal Densol is having new Street Crossings put Down. A born to . And mrs. Michsel Shonesy Friday last a boy. A Fine prepared table pickles at a. Lewis Monroeville fruit House. Pc. Ridenour and c. P. Mitchel were at Dixon o., monday last. A Rev. Isai in Bauserman Jamestown o., was i it Quot in thursday last. A Rev. B. Hollopeter Chuu Bosco ind., Vas in town monday last. A at Lewis fruit House the finest bananas Lemons and fruits can be found. A remember the prohibition meeting at Khe Grange Hall next monday evening. A David d. Baxter a former resident the s place now Decatur was in town saturday. Cd. Redelsheimer leaves for Chicago this evening to make purchases goods for fall Trade a mrs. J. Handel who was seriously ill the latter part last week is age in Able to to up an l around. A attorney e. V. Meeks. Accompanied by his wife was at Decatur wed mesday Legal . A Louis Nir Zer and family and John Niezer ind George Knecht were at Decatur ind., sunday last. A Straw hats Aud summer goods at redels Laimer s Model store at Prees equal to fort Wayne prices. A no place in town keeps the Supply vegetables and foreign fruits As car be Fouad at Lewis fruit House a Esq. H. E. Drake has rented a room in the Buchanan building and Lias located his Justice office therein. A Phil Handel Payne Ohio was in town sunday last the Guet his aged parents . And mrs. J. Handel. Jones is handling the same n a clique Oil this year As last. Guaranteed not to gum and Only 35 cents per gallon. A Tysiac Tracy and wife near Convoy o., was in town Friday last the guest . Aud mrs. Is tac Walters. Mrs. A Crane on3 cd Cdr n returned Home wednesday evening in m a four wee is t�3�t Ira to tit s in Job Jit a Wooster Barkley has joined the u. S., regular army and will leave it r Columbus . The latter Piirto this m Atli. A fir Fine men s shoes plow shoes a. A a a j m a Lades shoes children s shoes and r Silv Pijl found trip shoes ill kinds tall Aud exam de a k. P. And soldiers excursion to Warsaw thursday August 18, Ward s Stock. A Rev. Haines who is attending the Island Park Assembly at Island Park near Warsaw was in town sunday and filled his regular appointments. A misses Sallie and Nannie Davis and master Joe Davis fort Wayn was in town sunday last the guest relatives and friends. A miss Eva Hollopeter accompany in d her father to this place the past week Aud is being agreeably entertained by her Many Voung friends. A mrs. Rev. O. W. Bowen who has been visiting relatives and friends in Cli Ichigo iii., for the past four months returned Home saturday last. Rev. Hane i and family returned tuesday last from a two weeks vacation and enjoying the refresh ii in Breez it from the lakes at . A you have your harvet Over Ard now peek a place to spend your Money. Brendan Stani sin readiness to give you bargains. Many articles below Cost. A for Good country butter Edwards will pay the Highes Price also for All country produce. We keep our prices with the times also in Selling goods. A . And mrs. O. Phipps accompanied by mrs. D. C. Potts fort Wayne spent sunday last in town the guests their parents . Aud mrs. J. R. Parker. A Marion Mentzer Decatur was in town saturday last. Marion has pure leased a half interest in a livery barn in that place and is doing a very Good a the regular meeting the Rebeckah decree Monroeville Lodge no. 309, will be held Friday evening next at their Hall. All members Are requested to be present. A Friday last a Small son . And mrs. Henry Roy was buried from the family residence North West town. The child died from cholera inf Antum thursday last. A the prospects for raising sufficient additional Stock to sink several More Gas Wells in this Section Are encouraging. Already several Hundred dollars has been raised. A the Monroeville band has been secured to furnish music for the Of i. Picnic to be held in Walker s Grove 3 1-2 Miles North East Monroeville saturday. August 13th. A . E. Wever ticket agent at the station asks Liat we request those Young men who conveyed Beer to their lady Fried us at the station last sunday take the girls to the Saloon next time. A there is still a few pieces those dress patterns at a redelsheimer s Model store which can be had by the ladies at from three to ten cents lower than Ever sold in the town before. A Mcgon i cry a amp Meeks have removed their Marble works to their new b Gulding rail Road Street. When entirely completed Thiv will have a very inviting Aud convenient place . Be a a i in Quot pm your produce buy Anythia g the Lic dry goods. Boots shoos Groper i a visit Tolje Edwards place i Siuess. W e guarantee prices to Ianc will cause you to sell and buy. A Dull times effects y Branch busines., a while this is True live and to do this everybody seeks to find the lowest prices for a no. 1 Artie Cle therefore Call at Breman a and you can find it. A ladies at redelsheimer s Model store can be found a lot summer dress goods Whol is being closed out at reduced rates j this is an porn a mrs. Rev. O. A Bowen upon her return Home saturday last after an absence three four Mont los was accompanied by her Mother Chicago who will Ream Here two three weeks. A the 18th inst Monroeville Lodge k. Of p., no. 360 will run an excursion from Monroeville to Eagle Lake near Warsaw. On this occasion quite a number our citizens have expressed their intention going. A the personal property and real estate the late John Barnhart were appraised by j. P. Nash and j. D. Alleger monday last. The amount not reaching five Hundred dollars it All bylaw goes to the widow a the ladies the Christian Church will hold a Lawn festival at the residence in. And mrs. W. Mbrown South Otton Friday afternoon and evening August 5th 1892. All Are cordially invited to be present. A the funeral father Pine whose death was mentioned in our last was largely attended Friday last at the St Rose cat Fiolic Church father b. Hart Man officiating. The remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery. A As the season flies is Here Aud everybody should have screen doors the redelsheimer Annex Model store is the Jalace to get them. We have a lot hand and we have Cut the Price they have heretofore been sold for. A report daily come to us boys and men jumping moving trains Ere Long we will be Able to chronicle the fact that one them has lost an Arm limb fatally injured killed out Rii it. Marshal Densel should see to this. A mrs we. Barnhart Beagle Miama county Kansas is the guest her parents . And mrs. We. . It Tias been seventeen years Smee she left the place her birth arc went to Kansas she is accompanied by two her children. A Geo. W. Brandeberry pleasantly entertained his employees at his palatial suburban residence thursday evening last. Ice Cream cake and other viands the season afforded were served. All report As having had pleasant and enjoyable time. A several changes have been made in the band. J. F. Niezer who for the past five six years has been playing the big Horn tuba has been changed to a Tenor and George Baker takes his place. These changes have been made for the Good the band. A the sports who so gracefully escorted the Decatur damsels about town sunday last and made so much noise Are requested by grandpa an grandma to kindly so Flowers the n x time. Quot dad Quot a some intention causing the boys some trouble. A Daniel Bottenberg an old resident this township who has been quite ill since last november has recovered so that he was enabled Tobe upon our streets Friday last. Daniel has Many friends in this Section and throughout the county who will be pleased to learn his recovery. A pre Parati is Sre already being arranged for the soldiers reunion to be held in this place by the 30th Indiana regiment in May next. This undoubtedly will be one the greatest events that our people have Ever had the pleasure entertaining. Every citizen should encourage the measure. A senator . J. Morgan was in town wednesday and paid the Breeze office a Short visit and contributed to ours meal Exchange for 60 1b 59 Quot 58 Quot 57 Quot 56&Quot wheat Al lbs 40 Quot 39 Quot 38 Quot 37 Quot flour 38 lbs 37 Quot 36 Quot 35 Quot 31 Quot flour and 1 -2 Bushel offal. Buckwheat flour Exchange for 1 Bushel buckwheat. 20 lbs floor. Wheat 40 meal Exchange for 1 Bushel shelled Corn 451bs meal for 1 Bushel ear Corn 40 lbs meal chop grinding 4 Ceils per Bisk Quot we Are doing a regular milling and our elevator half Patent flour which we give in the above Exchange is guaranteed to be ground ii it Pound Winter wheat and is certainly the finest Grade flour the Market to Day. Try it and be convinced. Niezer Ridenour. Took Fiir Milure have you examined the new Stock furniture and the Low prices that we Are offering them y m. . Zub our Mettille ind. Kyle amp 00.rs. To Ouye la Iii a. Physicians and surgeons. Nity that you will not have Verry icing Ward the subscription fund that enables to embrace. A the Little 22 months old daughter mrs. Lillie Conover Nee Lillia Cas Sady Well known to the Citize is Tia place died at the Resi Danca mrs. >7, this paper to be a weekly visitor at his Home for another year. The doctor is looking Well and feels confident from the present Outlook that Cleveland will be the winning Man in november. Cassady in fort Wayne saturday and. The indications Point in that direction was Bujea Suji aay iat i at Piest dealers m wind engines pumps tanks piping Etc. Also and supplies. All work guaranteed. Address Monroeville orb will attend promptly night Day Calls office Soutsi Street one door West Shank s drug store Moi Ironville. 2nd.dr. E. Aoa a a Greos Calls promptly attended to Day main Street. Monroeville. Id and peed so a. 33 Xijin Heney Geyer. To sorial artist hair cuts a lampooning and shaving done in a neat and artistic manner and at reasonable prices. Ladies and children s hair netting a specially. Call and see him. . A a double single rigs furnished Short notice and reasonable rates. Sac ple wagons always in readiness for to aveling men. Horses left in Niy Quot Caie for one real Day week will re Olive the Best care. Stable main Street near rail Road to
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