Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
4 Feb 1892

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4 Feb 1892

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - February 4, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana A a a a a a a a Independent in All things Neutral in old series vol. Xxiii. No 41. Monroeville. Allen co. Ind. Thursday. February. 4th, 1892. New series vol in. No. 5 Monroeville ind. Transacts a general banking business. Receives deposits writes exchanges and makes collections. Bank in Odd Block ,l Iquitos a Pratt takes first class pictures. A the diphtheria scare has wafted a Way. A Buchanan a still k up 4 i Best of cigars a Curling Irons 5 and 10 Testa at Shanks. A Jonathan Flemming was n town Friday last. A the Best Coal Oil at Shanks 10 cents per Gal. A go to Shank for your drugs and 1 prescriptions. A As we go to press mrs. Rev. Hanes is some Shank keeps a full line of drugs and Patent medicines. A second band dance at Glancye a rink february 15th 1892. A dry goods clothing and groceries at Edwards at Cut prices a new Stock of drugs at Jones Call of him for your prescriptions a a. L. Martin has traded for a Fine full blood Hatani Lotomau stallion. A mrs. W. D. Baker is a lowly recovering from a spell of sickness. A Jones still has headlight Oil 175 degree firmest at Only 10 Eta per gallon. A Headquarters for highest prices on country produce at Lewis fruit House a Lewis keeps no. 1 buckwheat flour. It is equal to any put on the Market a miss Bertha Strass of Cleveland is the guest of miss Rosa redelsheimer tins week. A the schools were taken up again monday morning last after a vacation of one week. A no House sails goods cheaper than Edwards and you always get a first class i a icicle �?33remau invites you to his store with your produce and ascertain his prices on goods a the roads Are again in a and Tiv and Sloppy condition causing business to rather drop off a the next county meeting of the patrons of Industry will be held a this place in March. A Nrman amp Tillman Are receiving a Groat amount of logs and Hub Timber on their factory Yards. For Sale of Trade a harness shop Stoi k. Tools Etc. Also House and lot. Enquire of John Rose. A Geo. W. Mumma sues David d. L5axt.hr it. A on a note for $148. A. Meeks ii attorney. A have it of examined prices at the Fodel store lately. If not do so at your earliest Opportunity a Xou Are invited to attend Iho entertainment saturday evening at the Hall Over bremen�?T8 store. A a the Farmers and Cit z is buy at i a visa a fruit House bos Ause they get Uio Worth of their Money. A William Lezer of fort Wayne amp pm it saturday last with his Brothers Barney Louis and John. A Buchanan Brothers have some candies and Holiday goods left they a re Selling at reduced rates a among those of the Breeze patrons who contributed to our Quot banking account recently was Martin Haley. A the past week but few of those who we Are watching and waiting for cd subscription have gave us a Call a Jacob Colver has rented the lower Story of the Grange building on wet South Street and opened up a Cooper Shoop there in for the Mann facture of Cracker barrels for Skeleton amp Watt of fort Wayne. On saturday evening next the w. Of letson�?T8 big specially company will give an entertainment at the Hall Over Bremanis store now occupied by the new order of j. O. Of a. M. The proceeds Are for the Benefit of the new order. It is said that tie programme wiil be highly entertaining and will be Well Worth witnessing. Pc of John Chalmers editor of the Hoosier tiding lectured to a crowded House at the pleasant Kallev school thursday evening. The colonel advocates labor organizations and is forcible in his pleadings. He is a Brilliant speaker Ana attains eloquence in his delivery. He will take part in a joint debate to occur in this place in few Days a Frank Kline of this place has purchased machinery for sinking tubular Wells which will be on hand in a few Days and he is now prepared to receive contracts. At the meeting of the town Board monday night he was awarded the contract for sinking a Well on the Public Square for fire and watering Pur poses. These Are the Only Wells that should be used As the Supply of water is pure and healthy. A the report circulated about town yesterday to the effect that Uncle Johnny Hayes for Mauv years a citizen Here and in fact one of the first settlers of the township had died at the Home of his daughter in Convoy is untrue. Just As we Are about to go to press received information by Telegraph that the old gentleman a condition was quite critical and very weak and that the end was momentarily looked for. The Many friends of the afflicted and family Here Are pained to hear of this sad news and Hope he May speedily recover. A the third teachers Institute for Madison township was held at the pleasant Valle j school House five Miles West of Monroeville last saturday and a general Good time was had. J. J. Peters was elected chairman and miss Anna Brewer Secretary. Among those present who took part in the exercises were Rev. I. J. Bicknell Esquire e. J. Miller Louis Driver miss Elsie metzer m. A. Smith l. A. Leu Harc j. C. Llull Bert Somers miss Louetta Walters h. C. Getty g. He Herington of Maples and others. To Aglael had a big representation present composed of the advanced pupils of that Village. A on tuesday february 9tb, a special put Tiu Vestibule Buffet sleeping car in charge of competent attendants will run through this place in route for san Francisco. First class tickets Reading Over above lines to any Point in California beyond and via s pc car upon payment of regular Leeping car Nitts. Inti be cars will be attached to train no. 9 and parties taking these trains Are not compelled to change cars from the time they take the train Aptil they arrive at their destination. Any one contemplating taking a trip or Are. Going Wust should Call and see the tick it agent at this place. A father Hartman is meeting with great Success in receiving subscriptions for the new Hail and school to a built on the premises of St. Roses Church. I the Well known liberality of the Mem-1 Bers of his congregation has in this Init stance eclipsed All former efforts. There is now no doubt As to the outcome. The erection of a handsome building for the purposes mentioned several times in the brr Kab will be begun As Early in the season a the weather and the condition of the i ground will permit. The edifice will 1 be an ornament and a great improvement to our Little City Aud a credit to the enterprising members of St. Roses Church. A it is the Man that does As he advertises that people rely on. Cali at the Model store and see what you can save. A mrs m. Alleger of fort Wayne was in town the fore part of this week the guest of be editor and other relatives. A redelsheimer has a Stock of Winter clothing for men and boys which he is offering at prices below fort Wayne prices a mrs. B. F. Helwig. Of Bluffton is Here administering to the wants of her afflicted father and Mother or. And mrs. Jacob Handell. A George Reynolds is said to be a a a Dandy As an auctioneer. At the majors Sale tuesday everything went for a Good round Price. A or George Jorndt of fort Wayne and miss Jennie Biggs of Hoagland were United in marriage at the brides Home last tuesday evening. A the number that United with the m. E., Church at the recent protracted meeting was thirty two instead of Twenty two As we stated in our lost. A foreign subscribers should remind themselves of the slip off paper with Floures on that we recently sent them. They denote the amount you owe us. A lost Between Christman and new years two Small red paper covered Dav books. Finder will please leave the same at this office or with e. Whitney. A Rev Hanes owing to the serious illness of his wife did not begin his series of meetings at Clarks Chapel last sunday even aug As was announced in our last. A two infant twin children six weeks old. Of or. And mrs. Samuel Ginther. Died sunday evening and were buried in the i. O. O. cemetery monday. A Tinow is your time to buy ctr eap millinery goods children a hats and Caps. I also want to sell my entire Stock out if mis Angie sommors a a second hand log Wagon a one horse Wagon a Large Copper Kettle 1 flour barrel 1 Trully Hay Fork two and second hand sewing machine. Call at this office. A if you want to see something new. Durable and a perfect Model of Beauty Call at m. Strassl furniture establishment and examine the Square Extension parlor Tab is. A a. A. Mcintosh who now reside on the Henry Krick farm in Madison township contemplates leaving the farm in tiie near future and engage in business in this place. A the Indiana history which we Are clubbing with the $ 2 75. Can be Sean at this office. It is neatly printed and would make an interesting addition to Vona Library. A Ameda Chausse. Orcas assessed Ramento will be accepted seventy five cents and costs by Justice Alleger tuesday. Mur dial Mcgonagle having picked him up in a Public place under the influence of liquor. A Rev. Bowen closed his series of meetings at Massilon sunday evening last with encouraging Success. The reverend is now battling in the Good work at Antioch near Hoagland. A at a regular meeting of the town Board monday night it was decided to Siu a a number of tubular Wells in various parts of town for fire and watering purposes. This is a proper move As the town is greatly in need of pure water and plenty of it. A John Hayes jr., a former resident of this place now of Chicago was in town wednesday morning. He was on his Way to Convoy o Iio to visit his aged father John hares a who is Lyince a serous la ill at the Home of his daughter in Tomt Pla a. A Jules Paroz a big Bur by Frenchman was fined four dollars and Cost by Justice Alleger tuesday on a charge of committing a assault and i t Ery upon Ameda Chausse or. In of us j pickled pork about As cheap As flour of bail or payment of the sauce he was too bbl. No., 1, mess pork 200 lbs escorted to the Allen m Uty jail to in bbl $9,50 per barrel or 5o la. Neves marshal Megonagle to main of j Bee said so Low. Thirty three Days. I of Tway a of suit a Oval. J. M. Strass s tie jeweler. Zly or Xoe Rille . Monroeville elevator a std flour amp meal Exchange for fio la 59�?o 58�?o 57�?o 56�?o wheat 40 lbs 39 a a 38 a a 37 m 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 Liala. Buckwheat flour Exchange for 1 Bushel of buckwheat. 20 lbs of flour a a a a a a a a wheat 40. Meal Exchange for 1 Bushel of shelled Corn 45lbs meal for 1 Bushel of ear Corn 40 lbs of meal chop grinding 4 cents per a Nobel. Quot Sowe Are doing a regular milling business and our elevator half Patent flour which we give in the above Exchange is guaranteed to be ground of sixty Pound Winter wheat and is certainly the finest Grade of flour on the Market today. Try it and be convinced. Niezer amp Ridenour. A ii a a successful Man a is Olts Rie that attends to his own business my business is to sell furniture and my study is to buy g-d0d and sell them at Low i eice8. 1 have recently purchased and have now in my furniture looms almost an entire new Stock and is actually the finest line of goods Ever shown a tiie town and that you May be convinced that such is tiie Case a ind that i am Selling at prices As i ret it resent that of the lowest i invite All to Call and see for themselves. Also make undertaking and embalming a specially m. Strass. A or Roe Tille Uriel. Drs Connolly 4 Rohan physicians and surgeons. Will attend promptly night or Day Calls office at or. Connolley s office on mul Bery Street. Monroeville ind. Or. S. Ment7�r physician and Surbeer Calls promptly attended to Daj c on main Street. Monroe Villa ind. Attorney at Law and notary Public practices in All courts in the county. Executes deeds mortgages lease unit contracts. Pension papers a speciality office in Smiths building. Monroeville i my chop feed at the saw Mill of Marqa Arufe amp Whitney in Madiax a township we Are prepared to grind. J chop of sad on mondays and tuesdays of each week. I Mab Dart amp Whitney. A the is the bist. Skew so my his up. 8uhi0mjw�.w.r. Jim Klee. It i it Chicano Tolton a in Atu Annm. Sale by agents want h. i let Titi

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