Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 7 Jul 1892
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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - July 7, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana
M a Independent in ail thing 8 Neutral in nothing. >1 old series vol. Xxiv. No 11.moxmioeyllie, Allen co., ind. Tuesday. July 7tli, 1892. New series vol. In. No. 88. Jen , ind. Transacts a general banking Busi nest a receives deposits writes sex clan tres and Makos collections. Of Fank a in i it no it Fei lows xoca.1 of a a a try a Lavista Cigar. A kit o in arrest to past week. A smoke the new Gigli life Cigar. / a Fine toilet soaps Aud per Furnes at ions. A warm weather the past four or five Days. A a i a the Cooks favorite. Elevator half Patent hour. It a Kede Aheimer in Selling flour at $4.00 per barrel. A Davia sewing machine Needles for Sale at this Bilicke. A a Chas. Somers is at Home on a vacation of two weeks. J Fly Piper and insect powder of a All kind at Shanks. / a Lewis has received a Sui it ply of Fine prepared table pickles. A the fort Wayne artificial ice company Lias of ii used bands. Uncle Tom s Cabin will be in Monroeville on monday Only 11th. A mrs. J. A Rollins has been numbered with the afflicted the past week. A before Yon paint your House or barn get prices on material from Jones. Is Tiit i amp to her Home one half mile North of town. A Al. A if you want Glass that Avont Hurt the Eye the Post Oil ice is the place to get them. X / a list few suits of those reduced priced clot Liing Are left at Llewela Heizier s Model store. Pc. It. I fillip s Pavilion Uncle town s civil in is billed for this place on by oliday next. A John Nail jr., and his recently a a wedded wife of Maples ind., were in town on the Ith. A to place pays More for country produce than we do Aud sell goods to Wei. Red wards. A the Farmers and citizens buy at Liev is fruit House because they get the Worth of their Money. A Elias Magner and wife Are at fort Quot Ivajoe this week visiting friends Aud attending the s. V. Encampment i to those people who Are always catering after Good articles at Low prices they Are directed to Edwards. A an infant child of Imp. And mrs. A. Isenberger was buried in the i. O. O. F., cemetery on monday last. The child died on the evening of the 2nd. All Are grumbling about High taxes but the Way to recover a portion of it is la Adelsheimer has received new boots shoes dry goods and groceries. A an assignment a. Redelsheimer at the Model store is daily assign ing his goods to his customers at reduced prices. No other store in town is doing Liis. A a new and Superior thing just out. Eye plot Ettoil for thresh ers and saw Mill men. You will not buy any More goggles when you see toe new Eye protector at the Post Olliee. A Mother in Law once in a great while i go elsewhere to buy but find i can always get a Good article and at living prices at Bremen s. Goods in my store Are fresh and my prices in line with others. A Mcgonagle amp Meeks have purchased the vacant lots on the North Side of the Railroad where once stood the old Indiana hotel and Are making preparations to erect a building for their warble and Stone works a att y j. A. Connolly and or. Kaif Man were at Payne Ohio., on business Weill essay last. A mrs. Snider of Ohio was he guest of her sister mrs. Or. Kauffman Over Sanilay last. A c. Holder the attorney at Law was called to Juc Sou township on professional business tuesday of last week. Quot a Jones is handling the same Ina Cliine Oil this year As last. Guaranteed not to gum and Only 33 Centa per gallon. A Aaron in Ryan was in town on the a Ith and a manufactured the celebrated Quot Jabo Quot ice Cream Oandy Lor the k. P. Stand. A mrs. Emma Lindsley of fort Wilyne was the guest of her old friends or. And mrs. A. Llo Binson on the Ith. A Quot miss Kessie Lewis of fort Wayne was the guest of her Brollier or. Jos Epli Lewis landlord at the Central hotel on the 4th. A the new regalia for the Rebeckah Lodge far Excell the regalia of any other lodges in this place. Uliey Are perfect beauties. Printers Ink yes sir. When d. I Adelsheimer quotes reduced prices you can depend that he will do it. He is doing it now so go there to buy. A the smallest Man in it is the Man that will deceive the people. This is not practice by Bremen he Sells goods As he advertises. Call and see me. Cd. C. Potts and family of fort Wayne who were the guest of or. And mrs j. R. Parker the past few Days returned to their Home wednesday last. Ladies at redelsheimer s Model store von will find dress goods to suit you and my prices Are from three to Teo cents lower than Ever sold in the the information will Cost you 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 a terrible wreck occurred on the Wabish last saturday evening during the storm in which five persons were instantly killed. The Accident was caused by a washed out Culvert. A a. 13. Niezer has purchased tie elevator at Convoy Ohio. He will greatly improve the same by building larger aint adding new machinery such As is used in the elevator at this i lace. A a feature of the Strass Liedel shimmer wedding that is not frequently observed is that the grandparents of both Bride and Groom were present witnessed the ceremony and shared the pleasures of the evening. James l. Doggett drug clerk in redels Wieimer s Model drug store will leave saturday evening next for la Graitge ind., to is end a couple of weeks with relatives and friends. Jim is quote a favorite among Tho fair sex thus his return will be anxiously looked for. A High Webster an old citizen of township who Lias been confined to his bed or about his Home for the past four or five years has recovered to enable him to be upon our streets last week for the first time in five years. He is looking quite Hale and Hearty. A j. W. Smith received his be Quot St Ige i Ara lie Nalia last week and with Emmet Whitney made their appearance on the streets the 4th dawned in their make up of an irishman and negro. Jim proposes to Endeavor to Excell p. T. Barnum when he starts out on the Road. His first exhibition will be at Ereman Hall in this place before taking his departure for the East. A James a. I lollies and his assistant manager Sylvester lose Are deserving of i raise for the excellent manner the conducted the immense crowd that thronged the Large Dat form on which the dance was Given on the Ith. Intoxicated and i persons who did not behave were showed the sidewalk. Tho Best of order was kept and nothing occurred that Staj Evl the festivities of the occasion. A a Mong the great throng of people that visited Monroeville on the Ith there could not be found a single boy Man or even a girl that could be induced to attempt to climb the greased Polo. Next morning however. Ca Tail a Stephenson made an Effort while still Laho Rifi under weight of Ith of july Celebration a the following Oili cers were installed by District Deputy grand , v. L. Shaffer As officers for the ensuing term of Monroeville Lodge. No. 28 3, i. O. O. F., at the regular meeting tuesday evening lat w. Ii. Eaker n. A Quot we e. Wright y. G j. D. Mccormick r. A Wriight treasurer John Gooden Warden j. Colyer conductor Edward Densil 1. A p. , r. In a g. C. Hunsicker i. S., y. G. A the dance Given at the Miller Hall on the Ith was a grand Success in every respect. The Best of order prevailed throughout the Day and the intoxicated and disorderly persons usually found of such i laces on the Ith were not to be seen As Tuey were not permitted on the floor. Joseph Mcintosh the manager is deserving of much credit. At the sane Hall on the evening of july 19th another Opportunity will be extended to it All to participate in another dance a miss Ella Doud Huq has been Here tha past week visiting friends left tuesday morning for Defiance where she will begin teaching is Viool monday next. Her Best Man i Fink Walters accompanied her to ind., where both miss Doud and or. Walters have relatives. From appearances the couple will take relatives and friends by Surprise in the near future. Frank unhesitatingly admits and miss Doud will not deny but what the question has been propounded and As soon As Frank is awarded his diploma As an operator then Tho been it by will be pronounced. ? a the presents received by mrs. Strass Nee Rosa redelsheimer at the event of her wedding were numerous and costly. They amounted to Over three to Tousand dollars in various articles and two thousand dollars in Cash. This a undoubtedly the most popular wedding that any citizen of Monroeville Ever had the pleasure of enjoying. The Bride Aud Groom Are now at Cincinnati a a ter a wedding trip to Chicago i Lih Waukee wan Akasha and other Large cities. Next week they will be at Home at 12g Woodland ave. Cleveland in their costly and it palatial mansion that had been previously fitted and furnished by the room. A a horse attached to a single Wagon owned by Frank Reimensnider and which was being driven by Don Webster became in manageable at the farm of Geo. A. I5randebsrry, West of town yesterday and came dashing through our Streits. At Tho Corner of main and South streets Young Webster was thrown from the Wagon to the ground and tie wheels passed Over his body. Eye witnesses of the Sceno supposed that the boy was badly Hurt by fortunately he received not a single scratch. The animal dashed on Sou Eliward and upon reaching tiie South part of town was stopped. The Wagon was a total wreck and was left Seart ered along the streets through which the animal ran. A the comfortable and neatly Fiatt d up Oil ice of or. Connolley Aud Kant Man on South Street seemed to be Headquarters for Tho ladies on the Ith. There was a crowded audience at this Point during the entire Day and among them was some very very Good looking Young ladies. While or. Connolley and brother John who has his office in the same room have both reached the stage when numbered with the widowers and bachelors we did not suppose that the matrimonial question was thought of but we Are told that two of the fair sex this being leap year pondered considerable owing to the fact that they did not gain an Opportunity to approach the question. Or. Kauai Mau while of a quiet nature and a married Man he could not help but cast an occasional glance about the audience. He is however versed in matrimonial life and for the sikh of his few. Hairs kept quiet. For buckwheat flour excl Iange fori Bushel of buckwheat. 20 lbs of flour. Quot wheat. 40 a meal Exchange for 1 Bushel of shelled Corn Isles meal for 1 Bushel of ear Cornio lbs of meal chop grinding 4 a its per bask we Are doing a regular milling business and our elevator half Patent. Fiji in which we give in the above Exchange is Ganja feed 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 i Ridenour. Have you examined the Nel Stock of furniture m. Stull is. N is. To Isoo. Y a la a Iii in in physicians and surgeons. Dealers in wind engines pumps tanks piping Etc. Also Fri to sir and supplies. All work Guaran eed. Address Monroeville ind will attend promptly night or Day Ca office on South Street one door West c Shank s drug store Moi Ironville. Ind. Or. E. Mentzer 01, of Siniari oui Calls promptly attended to Day of a in 3iain Street. , ind. Elias Magner. To sorial artist hair cuts shampooing and shaving done in a neat and artistic manner and at reasonable prices. Ladies and children s hair cutting a specs Alt. Call and see Lum. Breeze and feed double or single kids orig Short notice and be rates. .sar.7-p e wagons always in readiness forr travelling men. Ilor ses left in my care for one meal Day o week will receive the of care. Stuie on main Street near rail Road a.
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