Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
8 Dec 1892

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8 Dec 1892

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - December 8, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana Weekly a Independent in All things Neutral in a old series vol. Xxiv. No 33. Moko Eville Allen co. Ind. Thursday. December 8, 1892. New series Voi in. No. 48.a. It j. 13. N1ezer. C. Youse president. Vice pres. C. P. Mitchel cashier. Of a a Quot Warren Davis Ltd one of his fingers badly pinched at Redel Aheimer a factory monday last. Wonderful boots and shoes. Of of incorporated under the Laws of the state of Indiana. Of of paid in capital s30.000.00. Of of transacts a general banking Ness. Receives deposits. Writes Exchange and makes collections. Tumiati. Recently was wednesday last Sinfen Rtse by judge of Rourke to sixty Days in the county jail. A smal in size great m results de wietes Little Early i users. Best pills for c Jas tiption Bent for Siek head a sgt remember Tryon when you want Allie Best for so in stomach. They anything in the jewelery line. A never Gripe t s. Jones pairing All guaranteed. J a the wind from the North blows a no one should fail to read the a Harp and keen and bad effects of advertisements in this Issue. Yon May c a ids Are seen. One minute cough find just what you want. Cure so Safe and sure will quickly per the new Bank at Convoy o., was form wondrous cure. T. S. Jones opened up for business thursday last. A remember that or. J. W. Younge Busi a Niezer is president. M. D.,of Rort , will be at the a the i. O. O. Of. And f. Amp a my a Central House. Dec 2t>rli or. Younge will nominate officers at their next is a Quot special it and is quite successful in All his t of chronic diseases Mur mlle elevator a std Monroeville. Ind. City hotel amp Kes Tarrant. Located near the depot and Best of accommodations. If Al 20c lodging 20c. Braid by Day or week. Cold and warm meals at All hours. Fresh oysters by the dish or quart l Resh bread pies and cakes. Canned goods Etc. Best brands of cigars and tobacco. Open Day and night. I. W. Taylor prop. Flour amp meal Exchange meeting for the ensuing year. On the 18th inst a change of time of the arrival and depart Are of trains from Thi. Station will take place. A a humane society should be organized m this place. There Are several cases that should be attended to. A no place in town keeps the Supply of vegetables and foreign fruits As car be found at Lewis fruit Houe and deformities. A Rev. J. P. Nash returned wednesday last from a two weeks absence from town at Ossian and Zanesville and in the interest of the masonic Mutual Lite Iti Surace company which he now represents. Fio la 59�?o 58�?o 57 a a 56�?o wheat 40 lbs 49 a a 38 Quot 37 a a 36 a a flour or 37 lbs 36 a a 35 a a 34 a a 33 a a flour and 1 -2 Bushel of offal. Buckwheat flour Exchange for 1 Bushel of buckwheat. 20 lbs of flour a a a a a a wheat. 30 a a a mrs. E. Stras Nee miss Rosa redelsheimer of Cleveland Ohio is the Bushel of shelled Corn. 45ll>s meal _ to o i for 1 Bushel of ear Corn 40 lbs of meal guest of her parents or. And mrs. S. A the county commissioners granted Joe Delheimer. Sixty licenses monday last. Two of these were for Perso is m this place. A w 8 our Ine to a Llull it Rush a inst. Jed wards big local a i Oiler skat ing will soon be in or Der a in is Selling flour at a .90 per barrel. A or. A Ireland of Maples was in town tuesday bust. A a. L. Martin lost a Fine two year old Trotter last week. A go to trons and examine those Nice eight Day clocks. Bar a us in rubber goods at Edwards. Tryon has received a lot of new goods for Holiday Trade. A the item Elsheimer factory was shut Down tuesday last. A Call at Shanks and see his toys and other Holiday goods. A a car Load of Coul arrived tuesday to be used at the Gas Well. A hit Frau invites you All to Call Aud examine his new goods. A Bov. Llanes is holding protracted meeting at Massillon this week. For Winter clothing and underwear go to a Model store. A Johnnie Pine is from a balt by sprained ankle the past week. Haa Soots and shoes for Ihne Money at Iskiw Aiu. A Bert Brown of fort Wayne was in town the latter part of last week. A now is the time to select your presents. Shank has a Complete Stock a a new Shingle roof has been placed on the Grange Hail the past week. A wooed blankets and Roolen goods at Liedel shimmers Model store. A a. M. Tryon the jeweler is in Chicago buying goods for Holiday Trade. A at Lewis fruit House the finest bananas Lemons Aud fruits can be found. A Holiday goods. Fine display of Albu Uii Aud Plush toilet cases at a a Hanks. A Shank has the goods and at prices pc iat every child can have a Christmas present. % a Charles e. Somers is now Selling Nursery Stock for the u. S. Nursery Eow Pauy. A the finest display of Lampa Ever brought to the City is at Shanks. Call and see them. A order pins of various designs at m. Tryout. Just such As make a Beautiful Holiday present. A Jamea Potter proprietor of the hotel Avenue in Van Wert waa in town thursday last. Piles of people have piles but de witty with Hazel Salve will cure them. T. S. Jones. 1 truss Lias i lie styles Aud your puce time you want to pay. Has the bust Aud cheapest boo los Aud shoes Ever brought to Monroeville. A Rev. Kain delivered a very Able discourse to a Large audience at the lutheran Church last Suud by evening. For Salk a forty acres of land in mad Sou township to to Miles South West of Monroeville. Enquire at this office. A the Christian Endeavor society at Maples is growing in strength Aud interest. Many new members Are being added. A a. Peckham and wife of fort Wayne spent sunday last with mis. Peck Hamas parents or. And mrs. A. B. My ado if a the election is Over but has not affected the Price of goods at Bremanis in the least. We have received a new Stock for Winter Trade. A grandpa Wolf of Adams county who recently had an operation performed on one of his eyes has lost i sight in that Eye. A Rev. Jones will preach at the Christian Church next sunday morning and evening to which All Are cordially invited to attend. A we Deiwert has moved to the old Meeks Arm North of town. He will run the saw Mill located on the farm by j. W. Meeks. A Sweet breath Sweet stomach Sweet temper ail result from the use of de witty a Little Early risers the famous Little pills. T. S. Jones. A Woolen goods Cali Coes muslims and underwear at Bremanis. These were All bought at Low figures and will be sold in the same manner. A the fort Wayne driving club has purchased their own grounds Ard propose to fit up the finest Aud Best equipped race Conte 19 the state. Jito f Pic yes m Tryon has just the Vav it la. In Best Wai Olies and clocks that can be had. And if Yon intend buying Call Aud see his Stock. Pro cafe Strass has received a the past week u num Ber of Fine rocking chairs just the proper articles for Holiday ote sents. A Rev Albert Brandenberg will preach at the methodist Church next sunday evening at 6 30 of clock M. All Are cordially invited to attend. A the i. O F., order of Maples Are making arrangements to give a pub lie installation of officers and a festival on the evening of january 8th 1893, cd. Mercer has resigned his position As bar tender in j. Tillman a Saloon Whf of he has filled for the past seven months. Henry Eling takes Bis place. Plural anal Well we have All a Ieve Jana. Ltd of him but Vou have not seen the new Stock of chairs and furniture received by Strass the past week. Meal Exchange led Corn. 45ll>s meal Al of ear Corn 40 lbs of meal chop grinding 4 Eek per Bushel. Her Many friends Here will be pleased to Greet her pleasant face again after an absence of six a a a a we Are doing a regular milling business and on elevator half Patent Mon los j flour which we give in the above Exchange is Gaurano eed to be ground of sixty Niezer amp Ridenour. For the Holiday Trade. I have received for the Holiday Trade one of the largest and bes selected Stock of new style furniture brought to this place. These goods i am offering at reduced prices and guarantee every article to be lower than the same can be had elsewhere. M. Strass. Worix Petrille ind. A the negro Craig who stole the Over coat from the re Dimce of d. C. Pottoe Pound Winter wheat and is certainly the finest Grade of flour on the Market to the wives daughters and Sisters Day. Try it and be convinced. Of the members of the k. Of p., order met at the order s Hall wednesday evening to Mike arrangements for the supper and entertainment to be Given bar the order in the Peters building Monroeville on Christmas eve. R amp Frank Reimensnider at j vjci1j.\% a. Smiths old stand is buying All kinds of wild inrae and will pay the highest Cash prices for the same. Also keeps All kinds of ammunition and Hunters supplies always on hands. Call Aud see me. A John Lio ekr travelling agent for the John c. West Patent Medicine com Pauy of Chicago 111., was in town tuesday last in the interest of the com Pliny which he represents. The West advertisement appears in this Issue read them. Procure their remedies and be benefited. Sold Only by h. A. Sharks in this Section. A Badwin the delinquent county tax collector who everybody is aware that he menus business when he comes has accepted a position As Book keeper of the new Glass factory recently established at Upland ind. Which will begin operation about january 1st and employs about 400 men. He is to receive a salary of $1,200 a year. A during the past week the following persons culled at our Sanctum paid up and ordered the by Ekok continued for another year stating that it was proper to patronize Homo paper and that the by Kzze was by far the Best local paper in the county Isaac mar Quardt j. L. Evars and Peter Beau Cliot. We return our thanks for the favor and More especially the to Mali Mentar mention and Hope others will follow. A it is strange that some people especially property owners who Are Al ways anxious to see our town build up and Prosper will always go to other Points to Purchase goods and give for eign concerns the Benefit of the profit instead of patronizing Home industries. They want people to invest Money improve the town that their property May increase in value but when the question of buying goods is raised the Home merchant is always to High they can get the article for less Money in fort Wayne or elsewhere. If an improvement or Enterprise is mentioned we done to want that it wont pay or Benefit our town or you poor class go ahead invest your Means and if we see it is a Success and Benefit then we will fall in line of course to reap the profits. Such citizens and we have them right in our own midst Are of no Benefit and the sooner they get ont of a Community the better they Are the ruination of any town and not any More Benefit than the recently constructed wind Mill and water tank erected by the town boards on the town lot and that is Only Money thrown away the town would derive far More Benefit if the monuments were out of the Way and the Pound which they occupy tilled in Monroe i lip restaurant and fall and Winter Mille Hery. Mrs flt. A. Mcduffee offers a magnificent Stock of fall and Winter millinery consisting of hats Bois Risters children a i hods velvets ribbons Etc. A to Tiv is daily prepared to furnish fresh bread. Rolls buns pies and c ikes also at All hours warm meals Ham and eggs. Fried Chicken cold Ham. Soup. Also keep in Stock candies. Nuts canned fruits Domestic fruits. Best brands of cigars and tobacco. First class a Che always on hand. Will a finish for so i Alan Vidics private gatherings the a rtt St Best of ice Cream on Short notice and i a v/1 oui will a to x reasonable prices. I hair ends a lampooning and shaving. done a a neat and artistic manner Ancl Day or week Board i at reasonable prices. Ladies _ a�<2 t a a if a. A children s hair cutting a spec in us Lizzie Miller i a amp a us see ius a prices within the reach of All and a will be to your advantage to Call before purchasing elsewhere Hope to see All my old customers and Many new o nes. . Monroeville ind. Jas t. Baker

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