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

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28 Jul 1892

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - July 28, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana A Nti dependent in All things Feutral in he a a my. Old series vol. Xxiv. No Ilmon Allen co. Ind. Thursbay. July 28tli, 1892. New 8eries vol in no. 36 Jittie mid Rosville ind. Trans its a a neral banking by i Ness. Lie Colvos Dep it sits writes sex a Buffes Aad makes collections. Died at lir result Nee 1 i Hangliter leu Convoy. . It do Day Ravorn Iii this week. The funeral will be held Friday. A saturday last a team Hore is a As the season files i i Here and a owned by Al Martin and Arisen by everybody a hold have screen doors Avill 3owen, run off Blains treet and the Liede Shelmer Annex store Tore tie buggy All to a Iet to j the a e to get them. Ave have a a the ladies the lutheran mite hand and we have Cut the a George Baker who has for the past two months bean travelling with . Norton s Medicine show returned Home monday last. I Hore is tank it a feb Loans society will hold their next social the . And sirs l. Wright this thursday Evoniuk. A the Epworth league tie m. Churchi will be held next sunday eve Niue instead tuesday evening. All e. Are cordially invited to be present. A try a Lavista Cigar a smoke the new High life Cigar. A Rishi fur this season the year at by eau Quot a. A the Cooks favorite. Ele Ator half Ratut hour. A Quot i redelsheimer is Selling flour at b Iriel. A Davis sewing machine Needles for Sale at this Willce. A Fly paper and insect powder All at Shanks. A a Fine n spared table pickles at a. Lewis your Neville fruit House. A a. W. Meaks and win. Wagner a for Good country butter Edwards will pay tie Highes Price also for a l country i reduce. We keep our prices with the times also in Selling goods. A you have your Harvest Over an now sek a place to spend your Money. Breman stands in readiness to give you bargains. Many articles below Cost. A Tryan has removed with his Famich from Van Wert. O., to Liis place and is now com Fortal y located in the Shell property Allen Street. A miss Emma Strass. fort Vouyne was the guest cousins the a misses Lena and Carrie Strass Over sunday last returning Home tuesday morning. A August Jacquay the leading Carpenter Jeli Erson township u a in us a Eal saturday last and made us Happy were at Veneva ind., sunday last a i . Ujj. Clapham Columbia by depositing with us $1.25 sub scr p last. Tion. With a George Webster is improving is Baldwin property South Sti tet ,tnil., was in town thursday a James Bolyard has removed Iii family from this place to ind. A Frank Taylor has resigned his position in d. S. Lied Elsheimer s Model Ectore. A at Lewis fruit House the finest j3ai Ana a Lemons and fruits can be found. A a Large crowd attended the social at the residence mrs. Mentzer the is Dikiy last. A Charley Mcgovern near fort Wayne was the guest his aged Moth i this week. A mrs. J. Barnhart. Is quite ill Lii Sweek with summer la Grippe at her Home just North town. A Straw hats and summer goods at Liede Sheimei s Model store at prices equal to fort Wayne prices. A . Grant and miss Anna Williams Decatur were the guests friends in town sunday last. Mrs. Maggie Potts fort Wayne is the guest her Jia rents . And mrs. J. K. Parker this week. A no place in town keeps the Supply vegetables and foreign fruits As can be found at Lewis fruit House a a Large crowd was present at the festival held at the Massillon lutheran Church saturday evening last. A Jones is handling the same machine Oil this year As . Guaranteed not to gum and Only 35 cents per gallon. Pc. Baver it Olf Eale o., was in town to Day. While Here he made the Bike be a pleasant and substantial Call. A j. P. Nash who has been visiting Iii brother at Elkhart ind., for the Joast two weeks returned Home Friday last. A . And mrs. Peter Brady Paulding county Ohio was the guest and mrs. . Kauifman sunday last. A for Fine men s shoes plow shoes ladle s shoes children s shoes and shoes All kinds Call and exam Edward s Stock. A mrs. Stenger and . Kauffman Antwerp Ohio was the guest their brother . Kauffman and family sunday last. A Newton Barkley and Eli Baxter this place have enlisted in the regular army and will leave next month for Columbus Ohio. Pm. Haley who has been seriously ill for the past six months was Able to be at his place business tuesday last for the first time. Uncle Amasa Shaffer who has been visiting relatives in this Section for sometime past returned to it Diana. Olia tuesday last. This week by giving it a new cout paint. John Dicker is doing the work. A Quot dad and grandma Quot Hunsic Kii entertained their daughter in Law mr.--, h. Hunsicker Blu ii ton and grand child. Miss Lula Meyers it. Wayne sunday last. £5f�the Shiloh m. E., class will hold a festival at the residence John h. Brown tie evening saturday july 30th 1892. All Are cordially invited to turn out. . Kline amp co., have just completed a drive Well the farm Jthn Hoff uan at a depth 0 3 feet. Tiey Are now engaged in putting Dov n a Brown grave Yard Well the farm w. I. B. Wass. A a Large number our citizens were present at the methodist social held at the residence we. Eagy last evening. Thev report a Large crowd present and All royally entertained a a. J. Peters b. A. Mcintosh George Fry j. F. Marquardt John Marquardt and d. A. Marquardt. Composed a party pleasure seekers an excursion to Niagara Falls to Day. A a there is still a few pieces those dress patterns at led Elsheimer s Model store which can be had by the ladies at from three to ten cents lower than Ever sold in the town before. A before you sell your produce buy anything in the line dry goods boots shoes groceries visit the Edwards place business. We guarantee prices that will cause you to sell and buy. A Dull times effects every Branch business while this is True people Njust live and to do this everybody seeks to find the lowest prices for a no. 1 Artie Cle therefore Call at Breman d and you can find it. A ladies at a redelsheimer s Model store can be found a lot summer dress goods which is being closed at reduced rates this is an Opp Ortu Price they Hava heretofore been sold for. A lion. Cane pastor the lutheran Church at Harlan ind., will deliver a i at dress ii the question Temperance and Prou tuition at the Farmer s Alli Alicc Hall at 8 clock monday july 8ih i8d2. A free lecture. Come everybody. A everything must go d. S. Bedel Sheiner proprietor the Model store j 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 Model store if you buy your shoes and goods there. A londay last while Ali Rushing the Cahill farm Ortii West new i Haven Andrew Lothammer Well known in this Section had his right Arm seriously crushed Between the Elbow i and wrist which will probably necessitate the right Arm being amputated. A . Connolly is this week off a vacation for a Short rest. He is Rustica ing about Tui lakes and Tiu Innico re Soi Tsiu the Northern Art the state. The bit Uzi has the Promise a frat wish from in h. Slink who accompanies the doctor therefore we wish them a audant Success. A la regard to the item that appeared in our last weeks Issue m. B Knouse requests us to state the following you might say in your paper that your i Formant in regard to me being a Quot full pledged Cleveland supporter Quot was probably Labouring under a mental delusion i produced by in lobbing too much the democratic platform. A wednesday evening july 27tb Mary Brown Azife John Brown died at her Home in Madison town slip old age. The funeral will be preached at the House Friday morning at 10 clock and the remains interred in the the deceased was 67 years old. She has been a resident this Section for a no be Quot years. A sunday evening last one oui sports hired a Rig a. L. Martin to go to a singing school conducted by a g. Krewson near the state line. After tiie singing was Over he made a Masi Oue the fair damsels residing. Near Benton Shively s Mill. Upon driving at the ladies Home the gentle Man got out the buggy to hitch tie horse before Hellwing the lady out just As the gentleman reached tie ground the horse made a jump throw aug the lady out and starting Down the Road for Home reaching the bar about eleven clock. Jim was seen wending his Way Home about invt clock in the morning carrying the whip and Lap Robe. A we notice that . Bush the it. Wayne Saloon keeper Wiliom it made mention in our last concerning his acts in this place in company with two women whose character Are not unspotted attempted to contradict Cui statement in tuesday morning s Jour Nal it matters not How smooth air Bush attempts to cover up his dirt every word we stated was True and in hanging out in saloons with hide female characters until filled to running Over Bueky Lieut flour Exchange for 1 Busker Bucko Lieut. 20 lbs Rigour. Quot Quot a Lieut 40. Meal Exchange for 1 Basliel shelved c no 4.51hs meal. Bustier ear Corn 40 1i s meal. For 4 ceo Iii p id and elevator half Patent Anra Iii t cd to l e i round sixty to Are Loi in a regular milling , Floii Wlinich give in tiie Al Ove exch Nuh is ii us Winter wheat a id is certainly the Grade hour the Market Dity. Try it and be convinced. Leze ave you examined the new Stock and the until after Midnight we might Sav All night and other ise making disgraceful Quot is behaving them my that you will not have Vorry King Ai _ selves Quot we would be pleased if the speaker would relate to embrace. The ladies the ozarks Chapel what he would i term a bar room Chin can. The Bubek m. E., Church will hold a Lawn social shoulders the responsibility , Saifur the article and no one else is to blame Day evening August 6th. All Are most cordially invited to be present and enjoy an evening pleasure. A a fortunate creatures and therefor a the ladies the Christian Church merely made mention the facts will hold a Lawn festival at the residence . And mrs. We Brown Soith town Friday afternoon and evening August 5fch 1892. All Are cordially invited to be Pine an aged gentleman who for a numer years resided the ,m,.eijl0y farm.ii>9yjih-ea8t.to pwn a Bucklen a Arnica. Sale a j he Best Salive in the world for cd. Bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Etter. Chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is Guai anted to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Priv a 25 cents per Box. Low prices that we Are offering them. Is. Codo Olly t Kaii Faiad physicians and surgeons. Will attend promptly night Day cads. Office South Street one door West Shank s drug store Monroeville. Ind. Dealers in wind engines pumps tanks fipe ing Etc. Also and supplies. All work guaranteed. Address Monroeville ind . S. Mentzer if Simian and Supor Calls promptly attended to Day main Street. Monro Villi. Id. Xii Henky Geyer. And feed St Lexie to sorial artist hair cuts a lampooning and shaving double done in a neat and artistic manner and at reasonable prices. Ladies and Hildren s hair cutting a specs Alt. Call and see him. Breeze a a $j.25 single furnished Short notice and beast table Bates. Satole wagons always Ini readiness forr travelling men. Horses left in my Oare for one meal Day week will receive the Best care. Stable main Street near bail Boindi

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