Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
9 Jun 1892

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9 Jun 1892

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - June 9, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana Independent in All things Neutral in nothing a old series vol. Xxiv. No 7 Monroeville Allen co., ind., thursday. June 9tli, 1892. New series vol. In. No. 29 1_ _ _ Monroeville ind. Transacts a general banking business. Receives deposits Quot writes sex Clauges and makes collections. Link in Odd Fellows Block a Fine toilet soaps and perfumes at Jones. A Carriage and buggy paint at Shanks. A Jones Small mixed paint is the Best to be had. A the Cooks favorite. Elevator half Patent flour. Pc redelsheimer is Selling flour at $4.00 per barrel. A Davis sewing machine Needles for Sale at this office. Pm. E. Ago fort Quot Wayne was in town tuesday last. A Adolph redelsheimer spent sunday last in fort Wayne. A before you paint your House Baru get prices material from Jones. A mrs. F. Geyer was the guest relatives at Van Wert o., last week a Fok Sale Trade a Good Sartre Mill by j. W. Maeks Monroeville. A miss Lisa Edelsb Timoi is the guest relatives at fort Wayne this theek. A miss Lena Strass is visiting rela Tives and friends at fort Wayne this week. A a number from this place attended the Ball Gaolie at fort Wayne sunday last. A but few suits those reduced priced cloth my Are left at Bede Heimer s Model store. A several new subscribers have Bee a added to our Subano Ripton list the past weel a no place pays More for country produce than we do and sell goods wards. A miss carry Lipes fort Wayne is the guest . Find mrs. Jacob handle this week. A mrs. I. O. Jones Rockford Ohio is visiting her Mother mrs. John Barnhart this week. A mrs. O Tooly is improving her property Mulberry Street by giving it a new coat paint. A the Farmers and citizens Bay at Lewis fruit House because they get the Worth their Money. Is. Barto is improving his residence property near the depot by giving it a new coat paint. A mrs. Nettie Ireland. Of Yan Wert the guest her parents and mrs. C. Bollins this week. A John Casselman is buying poultry at Monroeville and will pay the Market Price for the same. A miss Ollie Bryan closed a very sue term school at the Hode shei Mer school House Friday last. A mrs. A. B. Mccoy Van Wert. Wab the guest her brother John Manderson Aud family last week a prof. Clapham. Who so ably con duo ced Over school the past Winter was in Tow n the fore part this week. A to those people who Are always often up after Good articles at Low Prilep Uliey Are directed to Edwards. A in miss fran Cena Vince fort wave was the guest her parents . And mrs. John Vincej sunday last. A miss Katie Langhlin who has been visiting friends in fort Wayne for the Paet week returned Home saturday ight. A Daniel Bottenberg who resides exist town was at Decatur attending in Tual school commenced ont last a next sunday june 12th is child rens Day Aud will be appropriately observed by All the churches this place. A Bev. F. Jones Mccomb Ohio preached a very Able Sermon to a Large audience at the disciple Church sunday last. A we. Shaffer Warsaw ind., was the guest relatives and old acquaintances in town the fore part this week. A it is rumoured that a prize fight will take place at Maples the fourth july Between two prominent citizens. A a cordial invitation is extended to All to attend the childrens Day exercises at the lutheran Church next sunday evening. A a. Beam Snider and family were at Payne Ohio the fore part this week attending the funeral their Niece mrs. Harris a Albert Brandenberg left tuesday last for his Home at christians Burg o., where he will be the guest his parents a couple weeks. It. J. Scott fort Wayne was the guest his aged father and sister who reside North town the bidge Road the latter part last week. A printers Ink yes sir. When d. S. Redelsheimer quotes reduced prices you can depend that he will do it. He is doing it now. So go there to buy. A the ladies Christian Church will give a Strawberry and ice Cream festival at Grange Hail Friday afternoon and evening june 17th. 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. A Bobert Hearn Geneva ind., was the guest his parents who reside two Miles North town the latter part last and the fore part this week. A All Are grumbling about High taxes but the Way to recover a portion it is redelsheimer has received new boots shoes dry goods and groceries. A James Robertson w Ooster o., accompanied by . Hayes was the guest his aunt and Uncle John m. Anderson. Thursday and Friday last week. A ladies at redelsheimer s Model store Vou will find dress goods to suit you and my prices Are from three to ten cents lower than Ever sold in the town before. A the town Board met in regular session monday evening last. Nothing importance was done except the appointment to s. Jones the school Board. A miss Mary Rouse who has been visiting her parents at Alton 111., for the Parst few weeks returned Home wednesday. She was accompanied by her Mother. A owing to the i clemency the weather the in Theran social held at tha residence mrs. S. Magner last Friday afternoon was not Ati Endea by a very Large crowd a account the almost impassible condition he roads the dance which was to be at Lizzie Miller s Hall last Friday evening was postponed in til some future time. A the information will Oost Yon Noth ing and Worth something to you. Call at Edward s and see what it is. We have them now in Slock and will enquire you what it is. A . And mrs h. Goa Glatta Aad daughter Misa Hattie and . And mrs. . Klisit we a at Decatar tuesday last attending the funeral . Congleton s Mother. A . S. E. Mentzer left for Indianapolis ind., monday last to attend the meeting the grand Lodge knights pythias As a Represa native from the Lodge at this place. A Peter Lauphlin who has for sometime past been Eia Plover As night Oppe Rutor at this place Titis been Transfer red to Plymouth. Iii. His place Here Una been filled us John. Fiu Aii. A a very pleasant party was held at the residence . And mrs. We. Max Heinie one mile South town tuis Daj evening last a Large crowd was present and All report having a Good time. A Mother in Law Oace 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 other George Knecht left for fort Wayne monday last where he has accepted a position. We must say that we were sorry to see him go As his smiling face was always a daily visitor at this office a wednesday last As the East bound local freight was leaving the station the engine jumped the track at the switch running for about Twenty feet after it left the track it was several hours before the engine was Gotte n Back again and ready to leave its trip. A a number our citizens among whom Are c. C. Wright e. Spake M. Edwards d. J. Baxter j. D. Ally Ger Jason Bottenberg Frank Webster Mert Webdter Homer Casselman and several others attended the Republican National convention held at Minneapolis minn., this week. A tuesday last papers were issued by Esquire Sheehaw and placed in marshal Wencel s hands for t he arrest Nathaniel Scott for trying to defraud Joseph Lewis out $52 Board Bill. The trial was held in Squire Sheehan s office at 1 clock p. In. Lewis received judgement for the amount which was settled. A Minneapolis minn., West hotel the great Republican convention is in full blast and a full delegation from every state. The Blaine club that left fort Wayne sunday at 2. P. M. Was the largest club Here until the Cincinnati club arrived and the Chicago club came with 800 Strong. The boys that left Monroe Ville Are having a Good spake. A the ladies the lutheran Church will hold their next social at the Resi Deuce mrs. W. D. Baker saturday evening june 18th. This soc Al will be something out the regular line As a regular supper will be served and each one will be furnished with a menu the supper. Also vocal and instrumental music will furnish a part the evenings entertainment. All Are cordially invited to be present. A a Wise women once said there were three follies men that always amused her. The first was climbing Trees to shake the fruit Down when if Thoy would wait Long enough the Frait would fall off itself the second was going to War to kill each other when if they Only waited they would die naturally Aud the third was that they should run after women when if Thev did not do so the women would be sure to run after , a among the list names appearing in saturday morning journal fort Wayne which compose the Central Grammer school graduating class we see the name miss Fannie Kohn. Miss Kohn the salutatorian and is a highly accomplished Yong lady and a Cousin misses carry and Lens Strain and misses Rosa and malay be Dilsheimer this place. She also Hae Many friends Here who Are glad to hear the High Honor conferred upon cases. S. H. Clifford new Casbe wis. Was troubled with neuralgia Aud Rheum Tia i Iii stomach was Dit ordered Liis liver wet to a acted to a alarming de give appetite fell away und he was terribly Ved it need in Fletch an Ltd atre Ngab tji Reo bottles Al Mccrie Bittera cured him. Edward Shephard Harrisburg Iii., Hul a running a Ore Iii leg eight years standing. Used three bottles elect i it i Bittera and seven to it ones a Ecklon s Arnica Salve Aud his leg is sound and Well. John to peaker Catawba 0., had five Large fever Enoree his leg doctors said he was incurable. One Quot bottle electric bitters and one Box Bueil ii s aria Ca suite cured him entirely. Sold at h. A. Khaalid drug Al Ned flours meal Exchange for 601b wheat a lbs flour 38 lbs flour and 1-2 Bushel false Quot 59&Quot 40 Quot Quot "37. Quot 58&Quot Quot 39 Quot Quot Quot 36 Quot Quot a a. A 57&Quot 39 Quot Quot a 35 Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot 56&Quot 37 Quot Quot Quot 3i Quot Quot a a buckwheat flour Exchange for 1 Basliel buckwheat. 20 lbs Floii Quot Quot wheat 40. Meal Exchange for 1 Bushel shelled Corn 451 is meal for 1 Bushel ear Corn 40 Iba meal chop grinding i cats per Busk a bwe Are doing a regular milling business and our elevator half Patent flour which we give in the above Exchange is guarantee it i to be ground sixty Pound Winter wheat and is certainly the finest Grade flour the Market to Day. Try it and be con iced. Niezer amp Ridenour. Have you examined the new Stock furniture und the Low prices that we Are offering them. M. . A Orloe Ille Inci. Of e. Kline amp . Co Dolly i eat and physicians and surgeons. Wilf attend promptly night Day Calls office South Street one door West Shank s drug store Nio Ziroe lie. Ind. I dealers Ikwild engines pumps tanks piping Etc. Also Tail Olix Tell and supplies. All work guaranteed. Address Monroeville , s. K and Sim Calls promptly attended to Damp a j night.�?�ice main Stoat. Monroe Vilry ind. jux and feed important to a rink. The following will interest the Farmers especially those who shop under the fact tie Siegi Slature passed at its last eee Sion it is Necessia a Liat All Peroue having sheep killed by Doks shall have a Uch sheep so killed appraised by two disinterested free Liol Deis the township in Whigob said sleep Are killed before the owner can report the s83d16 to the township Tini Jaitee and receive pay for the some. Such site rent and appraise meet must by Boru to. . Double single rigs Short notice and Keason Vattes. Aah a it in wagons always in Reni Lieness Foa travelling men. Horses left in by Oare for one meal Day week will Enrel Ive the Best care. Stale a main Street near ramp in Soad a. Exam Pray

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