Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
21 Jan 1892

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21 Jan 1892

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - January 21, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana Weekly Breeze re Independent in All things Neutral in nothing old series vol. Xxiii. No 39. Allen co. Ind. Thursday. January. 2lst, 1892. New series vol in. No. 3. Unz Nevii. . A . Jece ves deposits changes and makes collections. Several Sleigh ing p 11ti<-s h Ive visited various friends in the Conn try the p St week. A James Bell of nov r Ossian ind., was the guest of his a a a red father Uncle John fell last. A a Largo sled Load from t ii it place Nutten led 111o debate at a he Kede shei transacts a general banking Luisi-1 met school Lions last Friday evening. A receives deposits writes exp a it is the Man that does As lie and i vertices \ hat people it it a Call at a the Model store and be what you can . A j a a of to Csc of Winter a a it Jih Block clothing for men Anil boys which a lie is offering at prices below fort Wayne Price. Edna eldest drug dior of or. And mis. ,1. B. To ii�3�?�, is Salt tearing with la Gippe at the Home of her parents on Al in Stiver. A u ass Ida tie a insidew1-o has been t Home with he parents Lor the past Mon h. Left last Lor her labors in Chicago. A mrs. F. T \ Hodges of Ohio. Mccomi a Allied by Austin of the same City is Llie Guet of her Parent i. Or. And mrs. W. T. Hal. A d. Mercer has resumed pm or s visit at East. Live poo e. Ohio. Due win t i. 1 it a is some b a Ter. A a Pratt dues first. Class pictures. A country Lions Are now in order. Be. W. is again con lined to his room a Suchana s in keep the Best. Of cigars a mrs. Or. Crane and daughter May Are sick. A Jolt Fiose visited Payne of. Tuesday last. A or. And mrs. J. H. Shell Are Down with la Grippe. A the Best Coal Oil at Shanks 10 cents Pelt Gal. A a. T. Baker is at Home this week with his family. A the Harvest is about completed in this pm Ace. A the Monroeville band Lias purchased a new tuba a Esquire h. E. Drake is among Tho sick this week. A miss Annie never is recovering from a spell of sickness. A Shanks still leads in drugs medi cites toilet articles Etc a to or. And mrs. A Martin a b g boy was born monday last. A dry goods clothing and groceries at Edwards at Cut prices. Be. Dencil and family visited relatives at Convoy sunday last. It. S. Jones is tie Prond papa of a now born babe this morning. A new Stock of drugs at Jones Call on him for your prescriptions a miss Clara Geyer of fort Wayne is visiting har parents this week. A in it c z. Taiylor is to Day moving Iris to his farm West of town. A the Buchanan family have All been on the sick list the past. Week. A Sleigh ing parties spelling school and literary societies Are now in Ord r. A Jones still has headlight ii 17n degree Rire it test at Only 10 cts per gallon. A miss Maggie Cassidy of fort wave is visiting old a Quail Ance hero. A he Idzu triers for highest prices on country produce at Lewis fruit House a god at Strass bought for to i Day Trade can be bought at reduced 1 rices a Lewis keeps no. 1 inc Kwh at flour. It is equal to any put on Ali a Market a mrs. Cd. Finan Aad mrs. A. Kauffman visited relatives at Payne 0, Friday to Sec. A no Hoult a soils goods cheaper than Edward to and you always get a first Cias Virl i a e no Eluting attorney James m to Burson Mai in town be tuesday on Legal business. �?23remau invites to i to his store with your produce and ascertain his prices on goods Fons be on Trad it harness shop Stock tools Eta. Also Riouse and lot. Enquire of John Rose. A have 30u examined prices at the Model store lately. F not do so at your earliest Opportunity. A the Farmers and citizens buy at Lewis fruit House because they get the Worth of their Money. A Buchanan Brothers have some candies and Holiday goods left they it Stu aug a red cd Jat a ring his absence he has passed thro go a two weeks attack of la Grippe. A a number of our Young people loaded themselves up in a led and a it it out to the spelling school at j01 school House last Friday evening. A the piles of tie on to h Side i of the rail Road through town have i e n removed which causes that f Cali y to present a rather Barren . A John Dickerson has accepted a to ii Ion As hoop Shaver at d Inver for Crawford of Antwerp with head qua trs for the present at Ridgeville o. A lost Between Christman and n w evening last a Sleigh ing party of Fen Alleger and miss Grace Sweany Edward Man Duff and might a Nettie Geer visited the Home of or. And mrs. Charles f. Vlieger. At Decatur. A the Derrick and machinery that was used in sinking the last Gas Well hive been torn Don loaded on Board of cars and shipped to other quarters where Gas or Oil is thought to be in Mure abundant Supply. I of far we have no room to gum de Conr the patronage we Are a it Civ i ii this year. Old scores Are being s and paid in and new sub pc hers Are confine in. There Are m n v however that we Are w. Iting to hear from of. Mun Dorit an carry Wisbon two Young men of this place a amp a f in to fort Wayne tuesday last. Via the Box ear line it was a a her a old Tii for the boys and one of them Are now nursing a Frozen foot and the Otic or a Fruzen ear. A e. Quot Weber the popular stat on a end at this place and his son pro a Lii feed wit i a Grippe. M s. Weker was Ilso a victim it t l he d a e b t has recon r d Nili Lieut to enable her to be Able to be about administering to her husband and Chi d. A wednesday of this week mrs. Mckinnan. A a Imie Liis place from Lier Home a a Ito gland to Settle with d. Connolly while a it the doctors House conversing she revived a Feie a ram announcing sudden death of he1 Sou he Hail left at to tie in j apparently Good health. J a a Sleigh ing part Cors St no of mrs. M. L. In Arney mrs. Fred pan Knirs. Jno. Sullivan or. H. And p. Shugars mrs. Henry Geralds Mies Ella Cdonald a d mis Mary Kerns a Lee j a we 1er Rulle zn.c3. A a a a s p a ski i e a a v f 1 a Verri so or for Fin la 50 a a 5.s a a ii a a 5o wheat 40 u s air a a 3s 37 a a 3g a a flour or 37 is 3t a a 3 3-1 a a 33 a a flour and 1-2 Bushel of Ottar a. Buckwheat flour Exchange Pori big Spiel of . 20 lbs of s Ioury. A a a Lieut 49 a a a a a a meal Exchange for 1 Blishel a it of of fuelled Corn. 4oibs meal for 1 Bushel of ear Corn -10 lbs of meal chop grinding 4 cents per Basliel. A so we Are doing a regular milling business and of elevator half Patent flour Wirich we give in the above Exchange is Ganja need to be ground of sixty a Pound Winter wheat and is certainly the ii est Grade of flour 011 the Market to a Day. Try it and be convinced. Niezer it Ridenour. Of Payne Ohio were to e tie Sis of or. Years two to mall rid paper covered and mrs. Or. Kanfi Frau wednesday of this week. Day books. Finder will please b ave the same at this office or with e. Wait Uey. A there is hardly a House in the town but w hat one of the family is Afflic Tad with some disease. This causes the town to present the appearance of a Hospital. Egg now is your time to buy millinery goods children a hats and Caps. Also want to sell my e tire Stock out if Mips Angie. Somm is a Isaac Jones the Wagon Makr is wearing his hat 011 one Side of his head this week All 011 account of a big girl at his Home presented him tuesday night by his wife. 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 machines. Call at this office. A the Indiana history which we Are a dubbing with the 3 in Kex for $2 75. Can be seen at this office. It is neatly p Ivd and would make an i 11 Teres tin Ltd a to your Library. A if labor and hustling is and Ovid Nice of Success Dames m Trobinson will to the next Isman from to is he 12th Indiana District to succeed the Barker c. It. Mcclellan. A Wir. P. Hobbs of this Section who r a gently enlisted in in regular army at i a Ort Wayne with several other new has tra inferred his business to recruits were taken to Colu bus Par Indian Polis and has gone to that City arks for military training Friday to reside. He wities us to have the j Bukic Zic follow him to his new quark a. W. Edwards wide and Young St trs child a among the sick this w Elk. 1 a Elmer spake and wife left wedgies or. Edwards has however recovered Day morning for Auburn into pay sufficient to enable him to be up to his parents relatives and old acquaint Pla e of business a few hours yester Tepee a weeks visit. Elmer is also the d in. Chosen Delegate of the republicans of pm. E. Griffeth. Is celebrating this the 8 Tow Shipto in present them at the week Over a Fine big baby boy present District Republican convention t it bed him by his wife monday last. C. Held it Auburn saturday next. Elmer a. Nill also feels somewhat a stuck up is a staunch adv Cator of the principles Over the event As he ii once Moro Par a and in hi3 selection no mis grandpa. Take was Matie. A Joseph Lewis Ard Femi y were 1 on Orel with a visited irom to Eph a aged a the members and Petrona of Flat Bock Church reorganized their Sabbath school last sunday and elected the following officers to serve the ensuing Vear sept. S. F. Baker assistant John Lohi Niller Secretary Harry Cle j assistant miss Eliza Crable treasurer j. E. Bof Ulenburg librarian miss Adella Brown chorister Jeremiah Clem. A Daniel Bottenberg a highly respected citizen of this town slip who has been con lined to his bed by sickness for the past month we Are pleased to announce has recovered m Ili Lieut to enable him to be up about his room. We Hope he May continue to improve and his usual health restored in a Short time. Be. S. Norris alias a dude a who re Ceu by me Quot with an Accident by getting his 1 a lid Mallil a the result of which has him to be a cripple is now operator in the train masters office of the Chicago West m Ilii an Rad Way company at White Cloud miehign.11. J he writes for the Bukke 10 be Contin a tinned to his address fur another year and St lie Cohl not get along with i out i. A l. J. Bobilin state agent of Indiana for the cel a Bra Ted Empire mowers by papers and hinders with Headquarters at fort Wayne for several years a successful Man is Wooste that attends to his own business my business is to sell furniture and my study is to buy glm d and sell them at Low i a Alces. 1 have recently purchased and have now in my furniture booms almost an entire new Stock Ami 1 is actually tha finest line of goods Ever shown in a the town and that you May be convinced that such a Cash and that 1 am Selling at prices As i ret resent., that of the lowest i invite All to Call and 1 see for themselves. undertaking and embalming a specially m. Strai a. To a. Drs Connolly amp Violav. Physicians and surgeons. Will attend promptly night or Day Calls office at or. Connolley a office on mul Bery Street. Monroeville id. Gra Fitl Eor. To Melsome of Ala by the 1 tier Ai o last week. He 1 As Rea h d his 94 h tule Ston in life a q i Al spi y and w i rattling by him tel j. Hoop poles. The undersigned will pay the High est Cas 1 Price for hoop pole d or. S. E. Wentzek physician and surgeon Calls promptly attended to Day or on main Street. J Monroeville ind. Chop feed at the saw Mill of Marquardt amp Whitney in Madison township we Are prepared to grind Jbv. Of i attorney at in saw sin amp icon amp by Public. Practices in All courts in the countr. Executes deeds mortgages leases and contracts. Pension papers a sneer Ali a o office in Smiths building. Mauiro Eville. Ind. Ver chop peed de at our shops in Monroeville or at on mondays and tuesdays of Dixon Ohio. All Kimis Wilt i e a Ken each week. Naku amp Box. Mak Quardt amp Whitney. Fotouie�0 for Sale by Cal Ftp Usta a a a. A Lazier amp co. 10vjtiaiid our

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