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

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21 Jul 1892

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - July 21, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana Acc Independent in All things Neutral in Ifo Ising. I old series vol. Xxiv. No 13. Mimi Yeyille Allen co. Ind., thursday. July 21st, 1892. New series vol. In be. B5 Mon Roe Ville ind. Transacts a general banking Bonsi a receives deposits Quot writes sex Clian res Kaiui makes collections . A it ask in and Block .1 bq.-a-ilo3, a try a Lavista Cigar. A summer is hero in Earnest a smoke the new High life Cigar. A fish for this season the year at Breuan s. A i Quot he Cooks favorite. Elevator half a Milton Barto Hoag Antl ind. Was the guest his Tatlier the Hon. Or. S. Barto Eail Eoal Street sunday lust. A for Fine men s shoes plow shoes ladle s shoes children s shoes and shoes ill kinds Call and exam Edward s Stock. A Monroeville within the past few years has been steadily stepping Forward and is now marked As an orderly and quiet place a a number our citizens Are contemplating taking a few Days Outing at the various lakes in the Northern and Western 2 Art the state. 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 George w. Japp a prominent contractor ill fort Wayne is said to be the leading candidate for Sherifi Allen county the Peoples ticket. A you have your Harvest Over and at Patent hour. Morris Griffith was in town Quot seek a place to spend your Money. Breuhan stands in readiness to give you saturday 1 l i i i 4. Bargains Many articles below Cost. A services at the m. E., Church next sunday evening at the usual hour. Edv. Owen will also hold service at the lutheran Church sunday morning a mrs. Liev Jones who has been Here for the past three weeks visiting friends accompanied her husband to their Home at Mccomb o., tuesday last., a Esquire Sheehan will soon move his household goods and children from his farm just North town and take at up his residence within the corporation limits. A from tiie number persons that Are com i aiming colds and bad coughs the past week there must be a disease similar to that the epizootic going the rounds. A the i. F., cemetery presents a bet Cir appearance since the grass has been Cut Down and streets levelled. The masonic cemetery Jias been treated in the same manner. Luloh m. E., class will hold a festival at the residence John h. Brown the evening saturday july 30th 2. All Are cordially invited to turn out. A grandma Franks a former resident Titis place now mailing her Home with a relative at Columbus Grove . Is visit my her Niece mrs s. Magner und other relatives. A tiie second visitor at this a Frise since our list Issue that caused us to place to his credit the subscription Price the Juji kkzi5 was Liev. A m. Haines pastor them e., Church. A there is still a few pieces those i dress patterns at a Ickelsheimer s Model store which can be had by the ladies at from three to ten cents a i Quot sedols Wieimer is Selling flour $ 0 i barrel. A Davis sewing machine Needles for Sale at Liis lice. A Fly paper and insect powder All kind at Shanks. A to iliac m. Bailey fort Wayne was ill town monday last. A James Follins was at Payne o., thursday last business. A Fine prepared table pickles at a. Lewis Monroeville fruit House. A . Coulter saw Mill Man Miles. Was in town Friday last. A miss uni Duffy the Milliner is the ghost her parents at Churubusco ind. A at Lewis fruit House the finest bananas Lemons and fruits can be found. A the county Board tax review Are at Wori tie valuations corporations Liis a Eek. A mrs. We. Brown left monday last for a two Wec ils visit with her parents in Van Wert county Ohio. A Straw hats and summer lied Elsheimer s Model store Espial to fort Wayne rices. Pm. Tryan. Went to Tan Wert saturday last to make preparations to remove his family to this place. A mrs. J. T. Baker left tuesday this week to join her husband at their new Home at Pendleton ind. A the mastering m. Tryan s new building is about Comaj lated Anu will soon be ready for occupancy. A Rev. Jones delivered two eloquent serious at the Christian Church last sunday morning and evening. Pm. Tryan has purchased the property heretofore owned and occupied lower than Ever sold in the town goods at at prices Fer formerly an old resident this and Madison townships now residing at Warsaw ind., did the work. A ladies at a Model store can be found a lot summer dress goods which is being closed out at reduced rates. This is an Opportunity that you will not have Verry Long to embrace. A pilchard Harris a prominent Farmer Paulding county. O., was in town Friday and saturday last week the guest his father in Law Henry beam Snider and family. His Mission in this Section was to buy a team horses. A during the two weeks a cation granted eve. Haines his appointments will be filled by Bev. Markle fort Wayne. Lev. Markle is an excellent preacher and every one should embrace the Opportunity and hear him. A As the season flies is Here and everybody should have screen doors the Liede Shelmer Annex Model store is the place to get them. We have a lot hand and we have Cut the Price they have heretofore been sold for. A the ladies the Massillon lutheran Church will give the people an Opportunity attending a Lawn social saturday evening july 23rd, in the Beautiful Grove that surrounds the new Church. A special invitation is extended to All. A everything must god s. Bedel theimer proprietor the Model store is always up to the times and carrying his Banner at the head the procession he is in it and so will every Patron the Lodel store if you buy your shoes and goods there. A Esq. H. Drake who has been engaged As Street car Driver in fort Wayne for the past four live month has been released from that position and he is now at Home where he will remain. Tiie change from horse car to the electric system is the cause his release. The new system does not require so Many hands. A among the first to give us a Call since our last Issue and make the editor Hap y in tha Way replenishing our Cash Aci out was pm. C. May a prominent Farmer Adams county he left a Quot a Quot with us As subscription the by Kyzr a the Sam time exclaiming that he could not do without the Best weekly paper in Allen county the Buk feb. A after the services at the m. E., Church last sunday a fair audience being ?ent, the pastor Bev. J. M. Haines was by Vole the granted a vacation two week. During these weeks rest the reverend with his family will attend the Eagle Lake Assembly near Warsaw and visit relatives and friends in the Westein and Northern part the state. The congregation acted wisely when they for by Jacob h. Shell and family. A no it lace in town keeps the Supply vegetables and foreign fruits As car be found at l6wis fruit House a Rev. J. P. Nash left Friday morn ing last for Angola ind., to be absent a week two i iting his brother. Jones is handling the same a fore. A a Large crowd was present at the dance held at imiller a Hall tues ii Eveni Nir last. The Best order avas i ice granted the vacation to their worthy Leader and pastor. A it being made Kuoy in among tiie women that . A and mrs. J. Shell who have for years been residents maintained and themselves until hours. A before Vou sell your produce Chine Oil this Vear As last. Guaranteed i buy anything in the Hue dry goods not to Gam and Only 35 cents per gallon. A trustee Hoffman has let the contract for a new Brick school House in the District known As the Foster school. A the child Henry item Jack Sou township which was recently bitten by a vicious dog is rapidly improving. Boots shoes groceries visit the Edwards place business. We guarantee prices that will cause you to Seil and buy. A . And mrs. Fred. Heiser Quot Williamsport ind., were the guests . And mrs. G. C. Hunsicker sunday last. All present enjoyed 1 pm remove from alter the we Small midst a scheme was quietly put foot to stroll in upon mrs. Shell by her lady friends and spend a few hours in a social manner. Friday evening last was the time set and according to arrangements at the appointed i hour they All gathered together at the selected spot and in a body Mii relied in upon their victim. Thev however did not a convention the people s party Opportunity to carry out their Allen county will be held at fort Success Luuy. In Tak Wayne saturday August 13tb, 1892, a a a heir Hooters by Surprise As the for the purpose nominating a county ears and All ticket to be voted for at the november preparations had been made for the fio la 5 a Quot 58 Quot 57 Quot 56 Quot a heat 41 lbs 40 Quot 39 Quot 38 Quot 37 Quot i our 38 lbs 37 Quot 3 Quot 3.3 Quot 34 Quot flour and 1-2 Bushel off ale. Buckwheat flour Exchange for 1 Bushel Buick Lieut. 20 lbs flour. Quot Quot wheat 49 Quot meal Exchange for 1 Basliel shelled Corn. 4.51bs meal for 1 Bushel ear Corn. 40 lbs meal chop grind inc 4 mis per Beislie Quot Fawe Are do Iii a regular milling business and our elevator half Patent flour which we give in tiie above Exchange is guarantee Ltd to be ground sixty Pound Winter wheat and is certainly the honest Grade flour the Market to Day. Try it and be convinced. Ave you Sci. R is parties reception. As they filed in All election. A Dull times effects every Branch were heartily received and during their business while this is True people mus i stay royally entertained. The event live and to do this everybody seeks to will Long be remembered by All who a miss Angie Somers is visiting rela prices for a no. 1 Art had the pie asure being present and Tives and old acquaintances at Ossian tier before Call at Breman s and you they can rest assured that their pros lad. She will be absent two three a a a a a a a a Aill be Ever remembered by the hostess her companion and family who were at Home . And mrs. Shell with their family left monday last for fort a Tyne in which City they will take up their future Home for the time weeks. A heavy Hail storm in some part the to Nide last Friday which caused quite a sudden change in the atmosphere. A Jack g. Fry Madis ii township spent bunday last at fort Quot Wayne. to have Bomel attraction in that cite can find it. A Esquire j. Sli Eehan returned Friday last from a two weeks visit with his son in Law Drayton Hill at beware Adams county ind. He reports every thing in the Way crops looking not As Well As in this Section. A the Carpenter work the new Frame House John Neadstine North 6emp.leted. Wii. Shaf end quit Douro ing being they leave with the Best wishes their friends. Everybody support their Home Ropwr. Ii oily amp amp to physicians and surgeons. Dealers mind engines pumps tanks piping Etc. Also Quot Stella and supplies. All work guaranteed. Monroeville. Ind will attend promptly night Day Calls office South Street one Coor West 0 Shank s drug store . Or. S. Mentzer to Asician and torpor Calls promptly attended to Day i main a Greet. Monroe Villa ind. Xii Tsze s and feed Cheney artist hair cuts shampooing and shaving double single rigs furnished Ooi done in a neat and artistic manner and at reasonable prices. Ladies and children s hair cutting a specially. Call a see . Short notice and season Ojile Bates. Sar.?ple wagons always in readiness log travelling men. Horses left in mov care for one meal Day week will re a _ chive the Best care. 1 stable main Street near Kail Bohol �?�251 a. Maamor Toni

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