Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 16 Jun 1892
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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - June 16, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Weekly Breeze Independent in All things Neutral in Lii series vol. Xxiv. No 8mo Troey live Allen co. Ind. Thursday. June 16tli, 1802. New series vol. In no. 80. �2fgbs ind. Transacts a general banking business. A receives deposits writes changes and makes collections. A Fine display 4th of july goods at Shanks a the smallest Man in it is the Man that will deceive the people. This a Tom Stevens John Spencer and a one armed Frenchman while Well filled with Budge engaged in an amuse ing altercation in Hoys Saloon just As we Are about to go to press. Marsh Al is not practice by Bremen he Sells j Eusepi interfered and spoiled the fun. S00 a a let order Tisha. Call and see j a l Pilgrim it a of time cuke me j of this place is in town this week and i a All Are grumbling about High among other incident of times gone by tuxes but the Way to recover a portion he relates that himself a. S. Argo and of it is redelsheimer has received win. Migner Are 11e Only remaining Bank in old Fellows Block Al s3q.ta.itos. New boots shoes dry goods and groceries. Cd. Crabill. Had the misfortune to have 1 is Fine through bred Belgin Colt injured last week. It is in rather bad shape but David has Hopes of its recovery. A a. Mccomb and mrs. S. Smith of Fairmount aare the guests of their c. A. Maica citizens that were Here in 1sg2. Ith of july. By res. Ent p int toward a grand Celebration i a Monroeville on this Day and in on next a Lull program of exercises i 1 be Given should the a committees succeed in carrying out their plans now Laid out. Done to Mako arrangements to go w Liere. A after an illness of eight years Margaret wife of d. Sliver by who re a Ltd Eal exch �?4th of july at Shanks. A Fine toilet soaps and perfumes at cousins and nieces or. And or Jones. I Ridenour and or. And mrs. D. Drake sides on the state line died on Friday a Jone Small mixed paint is the Best j this week. A evening last. The remains were to to had. Elevator half at a the Cooks favorite Patent hour. A Quot iut it 1 1 Wieimer is Selling flour i 0 per barrel. A Davis sowing machine Needles for Sale at this Ohice. A Fly paper and insect powder of Alt kind at Shanks. By. A. Wat Armau spent sunday last at like Osville A a p. S Nuh. Of fort Wayne was in town monday last. A Boberi Gauraud was the guest of his pared s Friday last. A Maurice Wiezer. Spent a Day on the lakes at Joine City Friday last. A before you paint your House or a ladies at a Model by Quot a a a he a a in piece on saturday Ami a Ltd a. Vou will find dross Roods to suit a a ppm a to a 8ma11 v�?o�8� a year to Quot Ard Michigan for interment. For fio la 51 a a 58 a a 5 4 a a 56 a a wheat 41 lbs 4i a a us a flour or 38 lbs 37 a a 3 5 a a 3 a a 34. A a flour and 1-2 Basliel of Otu ils Ore you will and dress goods to suit you and my prices Are from three to i ten cents lower than Ever sold in the town before. A miss Eva tones miss Bell Reimen Snider and Benjamin Vlieger All of it. Wayne spent sunday last in this place with the parents of miss Lei Snider and be editor. A a Quot Friday next Julius Strass who has been attending the horological school at la Porte Indiana for the past four or five months will be at Home and invites All his old friends and customers with All others i who May have watches clocks and other j jewelry that needs repairing to Cal and see him at his old stand in the furniture a the information will Cost you Noth ing and Worth something to you. Call at Edwards and see what it is. We have them now in Stock and will enquire of you what it is. A c. S. Ridenour of the firm of Nie Zer and Ridenour is nursing a badly sprained ankle this week which he sustained last Friday near Hoagland by barn get prices of material irom Jones. A leaping from a Wagon Load of Hay. L o c Salk on Tuadi. A Good j a a Large Nuibe of our citizens will Salt a Mill by j. A. Meeks Monroeville j attend the democratic convention at a we. Brown has erected a new j Chicago next week. Cleveland will be wind ?3imip of Iii farm just South town. A but few suits of those reduced priced clothing Are left at Eudeis Heimert a Model Stoie. A no place pays More for country produce than we do and sell goods lower. Red w Arda. A the Farmers and citizens buy at Lewis fruit House because they get the Worth of their Money. ¿3? Casselman is buying poultry at Monroeville Aud will pay the Market Price for the same. A ii. Glancy is giving the Fence a oud his residence on Barnhart Street a new coat of paint this week a to those people who Are always c iter ing alter Good articles at low7 prices they Are directed to Edwards. Misses Vilosa Miller and Delia Adair of Hoagland were the guests of relatives in this place sunday 1 ast. A John Laughlin. Has accepted a position As bar tender in the Sample room of the Aveline House fort wave. Pm a. Doggett who has been work ing at Pine Bluffs Arkansas for the p is three Mouths returned Home Friday last. A the great Barnum amp Bailey circus will be at fort Wayne july 9th. This is the greatest and largest show now on the Road. James a. Robins will give a larg platform dance on the vacant its South of his place of business on main Street on the 4th of july. A Charles Somers left tuesday evening last for Hillsdale Michigan at which place he has accepted a position As agent for a Book concern. A ther is a movement of foot on the part of Monroeville Lodge i. 0.0. F., to erect a Large and commodious new Hall during the present year. Al remember the Laaied smite society of the lutheran Church to be held at the residence of w. on saturday evening next. No one should miss this event. A printers Ink yes air. When d. S. Bezels Wieimer quotes reduced prices you can depend that he will do it. He is doing it now so go there to buy. A while uploading machinery from the cars monday last we. Robinson had his left hand badly lacerated by the Cutter Quivea of a mowing machine. Of a the nominee that the old Battle May be fought Over Between Jim and Harrison. A the ladies of the pleasant Grove m. E., Church will hold a ice Cream social at the residence of Clement eve urd on wednesday evening june 22ud 1892. All Are cordially invited to be present. A or. And mrs. Mitchel will in the near future be at Home in the Brick residence owned by Amasa similar in the South part of town which has been leased by or. Mitchel for a term of two years. 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 a. Goods in my store Are fresh and my prices in line with others. Pm iss Maggie Shell left wednesday morning for Youngtown Ohio where she wiil remain during the summer visiting relatives. Miss Ada Shell also it it Oil the same Day for fort Wayne to remain a few weeks. J w. Smith Wras last Friday observed on a vacant lot in the South part of town practising in the Art of Tum bling Aud jumping. He expects to j Start out of the Road with his great show about the Middle of August next store room of m. Strass. A the children a Day exercises held at the methodist and lutheran churches in this place and various country churches surrounding on sunday evening last were attended by Large crowds and the exercises were highly appreciated. The programs were appropriate Aud those who took part did credit to themselves. A on wednesday of this week a free medical dispensary was opened up in fort Wayne. The object of the institution is to furnish medicines and the Best medical Aid the City Aii ords free of charge to those persons who Are in urgent need of such Aid and Are wholly without Means to procure it. There is 110 City that extends More Charity in All cases than fort Wayne. Pm. Tryan Well known throughout this Section formerly of Dixon o., now residing at Yan Wert has decided to locate in this place Aud engage in the jewelry business. A new building will be erected the work of which has already been begun on main Street. Mart has Many friends Here who with All our citizens will extend to him and his a Hearty Welcome among us. A on wednesday last Edward Mun do Riscuta figure on the Railroad East of town in collection with a Young lady named Ellen Slattery that might have proved rather serious to the Young maus character had the matter been carried in to the hands of the Law. It is is said however that the Young lady resisted the attempted insult by leaving her hand come in Contact with Edward face with such fore that he yet feels the Ell act. A Rev. Hanes and family left for Warsaw ind., monday last where mrs. Hanes and children will visit her Moth buckwheat flour Exchange Pori Bushel of Encke Lieut. 20 lbs of flour. A a a a a a wheat 40. Meal Exchange for 1 Bushel of shelled Corn -151bs meal for 1 Bushel of ear Corn 40 lbs of meal chop grinding 4 a eats per Baseel vi.0we Are doing a regular milling business and on elevator halt Patent flour which a it give in the above Exchange is guaranteed to be ground o it sixty Pound Winter wheat and is certainly the finest Grade of ii our on the Market to a Day. Try it and be convinced. Azer amp Rideno you examined the new Stock of furniture and the Low prices that we Are offering them. Strass. 3on.ro�trill�, ind. A i or and sister while the Beveran will a it will be of interest to every Mem a Ait f 1 attend the annual meeting of the m. Ber of the masonic fraternity in thi3 Section to know that grand Warden Smedley of Greencastle ind., is dead. The funeral took place sunday last. He was Warden of the grand command Ery i nights Templar. You sunday june the 12th 1892, the Crescent paper Mills owned by it. Wayne capitalists was completely destroyed by fire incurring a loss of $118,Uoo. These Mills were located at Hartford City ind., and was the largest of the kind in the state. A mrs. Sprague Mother of j. T. Isaac Aud Yum. Sprague of Blui ton is in town visiting relatives. She is expecting to buy property hero and make this her future Home. Her son j. T. Or better known As a Happy Jack will also move to this place. Is. P. Sheerin Secretary of the democratic National committee with his Force of clerks is already at his quarters in Chicago. He estimates that fully 100,000 strangers will visit the Garden City from various parts of the Union of the occasion of the demo a tic convention. Church lyceum of the fort vane District held at Markle ind., this week. Rev. Nash is also present at this meeting and an Eilfort will be made to have the next session of that distinguished body of ministers he a at Monroeville. A at High mass 8 o clock a. M., tuesday morning at the St. Llose Catholic Church was witnessed by a Large congregation the scene of a charming wedding ceremony. It was Tho marriage of or. John Blee of fort Wayne to miss Mary Grille the cultivated sister of the Rev. Father Hartman who performed the ceremony. Miss Francis Minster acting As bridesmaid and or. Blee brother of the Groom As groomsman. Among the audience who witnessed the nuptial tic was Rev. Father Ignatius of the St. Mary a Church fort Wayne Rev. S. A. Moen Cli of Plymouth and or. Hanes of Plymouth Thev were the Reci plauts of Many costly and Liau some presents. The Uke Eze joins in extending congratulations and wish them happiness Aud Prosperity As they j journey through life. The Happy con pie left on tie noon train West of a wed Diug tour after which they will return to this place Aud be at Home in the property now owned and occupied by miss Lizzie Miller Aud Brothers. P3 l my a co do i Connolly Kilafas physicians and surgeons. Will attend prompt y night or Day cads office on South Street one door West of Shanks Njg store Monroeville. 2nd. Dealers in wind engines pumps tanks piping Etc. Also Xou Bla a t?17"ells and supplies. All work guaranteed. Address Monroeville. Id important to Farmers the following will interest the Farmers especially Thosa who raise sheep under Tho act of the legislature passed at its last session it is necessary that All persons having sheep killed by dogs shall have such sheep so killed appraise i de by two disinterested free holders of the township in which said sheep Are killed before the owner can report the same to the township trustee and receive pay for the some. Such statement and appraisement must be sworn to. C. Hoffman trustee or. S. Men zek physician and surges Calls promptly attended to Day or on main a Street. Monroevillr., ind. Liver z and feed stable a double or single rigs furnished on Short notice and Keas Najde Kates. wagons always in readiness for travelling men. Horses left in my care for one meal Day or week will to Celivo the Best of care. Stable on main Street near rail Road a. Marti1t, Prou
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