Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
31 Mar 1892

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31 Mar 1892

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - March 31, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana Weekly a a t a i Independent in All things Neutral in nothing Quot old series vol. Xxiii. No 49. Monroeville Allen co. Ind., thursday. March 31st, 1892. New series vol in. M. 19 Monroeville ind. Transacts a general banking business. A receives deposits writes exchanges and makes collections in old Block announcements Fok sheriff. To the editor of tie be neat that you aun Aunce the name of Edward , to the people of Monroe and end rounding townships As ii candidate for sheriff of Allen county subject to the does Vioti of the democratic Dor Ninaking convention to be held april Lith 1892. Many democrats Eui ror be eur a please announce my name As a candidate for sheriff of alien county subject to the decision of tie democratic primary april 9th. Thomas . County c031missi0ner. My. Editor a please announce my name As a candidate for commissioner of Allen county from the first District a a abject to the decision of the Democrat nominating convention april 9th, 1892. Jasper w. Jones Jackson township. A mrs. G. C Hunsicker is the guest of her son Henry and wife at Bluff Ficon ind., this week. A no place pays Moi e for country produce than we do and sell goods 1 o w or. Red wards. The Farmers and citizens buy at lev is fruit hour a because they get the Woi til of their Money. A mrs. Or. Liilo Crane and family Are visiting her Mother. Mrs. M. Alle Ger at fort Wayne this week. A John Dickerson has been engaged the past week in repainting the Interior of we Singer s store at Dixon. A Henry Taylor the 1 very Man had the misfortune to Loose one of his Best horses by death on tuesday last. A wedding in Gigli life is soon to occur in this place. Boys have your old tin cans and cow Bells ready. A miss Dora Geyer who has been staying near new Haven for the past year returned Home Tuest Lay last. A bring your horse Bills and Sale Bills to Thi-5 office As we will guarantee satisfaction and at prices reasonable. A to those people who Are catering after Good articles prices they Are directed to Edwards. A a gang of men has been engaged in pulling up a number of new wires along the fort Wayne Road the past week. A tie 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. I a a. T. Wilson has moved his Boot 1 and shoe shop from Over Dickerson amp son s grocery store to the office building formerly occupied by Connolly amp Kauf Niau on Mulberry Street j cd. Crabiel of tuesday last traded his Hue Normaa stallion to a party in Warsaw and the horse shipped to that Point tuesday last. He received in return a full blood Normal Mare. I a the members of Monroe Illo Grange held their quarterly general meeting at their Hall on saturday last. The usual feast was partaken up in the Hail and a general Good time waa had. A Rev. Hanes left wednesday last for Anderson ind., to attend the annual m. E. Conference which is in sess i Ion it that place this week. It is Bop j de Tliatha May be returned to this charge. A Mother in Law once in a great while i go elsewhere to buy but find i always can always get a Good article and at Liv at Low ing prices at Bremen s. Goods in my store Are fresh and my prices in line with others a on the 8th of april. Constable Doggett will dispose of the tile attached by him As the property of j. H. Ind flour Smeal Exchange for la 59 Quot 58&Quot 57 Quot 56&Quot wheat 41 lbs 40 Quot 39 Quot 38 Quot 37 Quot flour or 38 lbs 37 Quot 36 Quot 35 Quot 34 Quot flour and 1-2 Bushel of offal i. Representative. Editor of weekly Breeze a announce the name of a. H. Bittenger As a candidate for representative subject to the decision of tie democratic nominating convention april 3th. Many . Or. Editor a please announce the name of Charles Dalman of pleasant township As a candidate for repro i tentative subject to the decision of the democratic convention april 9th. 1892. Many democrats. Prosecuting attorney or. Editor please announce my of a Ime As a candidate for renomination for the office of Price cutting attorney of the thirty eight judicial District. Subject to the decision of the democratic nominating convention of april 9th, 1892. P. B. Colerick. Surveyor. Or. Editor a please announce my name As a candidate for Surveyor of Allen county subject to the decision of the democratic nomination Conven Tion april 9. 1892. Chas. W. Branstrator. A Niezer amp co., Are placing a new Williams at the suit of David s. Redel roof on their Lime House near the rail a Beimer. The Sale will take place on Road which was burned during the recent fire. Attorney e. W. Meeks has been the tile Yards near Dixon. A a. W. Edwards leaves this morning for Anderson Indas la Delegate from buckwheat flour Exchange for 1 Basliel of buckwheat. 20 lbs of flour. Quot wheat 40. Meal Exchange for 1 Bushel of shelled Corn. 45lbs meal for 1 Bushel of ear Corn 40 11 3 of meal chop grinding 4 Quot a we Are doing a regular milling business and our elevator half Patent flour Wuich we give in the above Exchange is guaranteed 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 amp Ridenour. Re appointed Deputy prosecutor at this in a Monroeville circuit to the Laconier place by prosecuting attorney p. A Colerick. A mrs. S. Martzan daughter Grace returned Home from Bluffton where they have been spending the Winter saturday last. A mrs. V. Brown who has been visiting relatives at and near fort Wayne for the past month returned Home monday last. Wednesday morning fort Wayne journal reported James Steele Well known in this place As dying at his Home in Lafayette ind. A or. And mrs. John Galaway and son of near Huntertown ind., were the guests of or. And mrs. Isaac wisely Over sunday last. A Adam Roe of Poe p. O., this Conn to was in town wednesday looking after the Roberts estate which several parties Are wanting to buy. A train no. 8, East bound was delayed at this place last saturday two hours by the melting out of the grates in the fire Box of the engine. A mrs. Rev. Haines who has been seriously ill for the past two months has so far improved As to be Able to be no and about her Home again. A atty e. A. Meeks was at fort Wayne tuesday last looking up the title to the piece of land sold by c. M. Robinson to we. R. Sprague. 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 Isaac Seibolt has rented the Howell farm recently purchased by John till Nan in Madison township and to wedge Sdiey last.x-ioca.1 Sci Uitos a Jones Small mixed paint is the Best to be had. A Shanks is head quarters for Pratts poultry food. A John Wilson. Jr., of fort Wayne was in town tuesday last. A the season of rubber boots is still Here and Edwards has them. A a number of the schools of this township closed last Friday. A it is rumoured that the firm of moved his family there Laughlin amp Savio has dissolve it i. A mrs. Vav. D. Jaker is seriously ill at her Home on Mulberry Street. A before you paint your House or barn get prices on material from Jones. A our hotels and restaurants have enjoyed a Lively Trade the past week a Lewis keeps no. 1 buckwheat flour. It is equal to any put on the Market a a. J. Cowen and family spent sunday last with relatives in Adams county. A the Robin and Blue Bird Are Here thus according to the old adage Spring is with us. A but few suits of those Reda oed priced cloth my Are left at redelsheimer a Model . Isaac Walters is Serlo sly ill a All Are grumbling about High taxes but the Way to recover a portion of it is redelsheimer has received new boots shoes dry goods and groceries. A miss Effie Friedline who has been attending College at Portland ind., for the past five Mouths came Home on a Short visit Friday last and returned tuesday. A americans Are the greatest letter writing i eople on the Globe. American tongues licked the backs of Stock of furniture $37,000,000 Worth of Sticky Stamps during the year 1891. A saturday last the county prohibit Tion convention was fort Wayne. It was an interesting meeting and a full county ticket was nominated. N. H. Whittern win. and ence for the purpose of electing delegates to the general conference to be held at Omaha Nebraska in May. A the Pennsylvania company re Nae to pay the amount of corporation tax due the town this year. They have made the town treasure h. A. Shank a tender of one Hundred and some dollars while the amount is Over two Hundred. The Case will be protested. A two Youthful lad who run away from their Home in the Eastern part of Ohio were captured at this place saturday last by a detective who was on their track and taken Back to their parents. They a Ere both apparently Bright Little Fellows Well dressed and passed the courage to carry their Way through. A grandma Ohler who has been quite ill at the residence of a her son George in Union township Adams co several Miles South of this place died sunday morning last. The remains were brought to this place monday morning last and shipped to her old Home in the Eastern part of Ohio on the morning train. A sunday last a freight train pulling through town East bound Over the fort Wayne rail Road was noticed to contain fourteen cars that were filled with 4650 barrels of flour donated 1 y the Minneapolis Minnesota grist Mills to the sufi terbers of Russia. This amount is a portion of the $108,876.53, raised by the citizens of Philadelphia. A the Brick building of which we made mention in our last which Isaac w. Taylor had under contemplation of erection to replace the building recently destroyed by fire is a thing of the past. Oar Hopes Are blasted from the fact that Taylor has purchased the Large Frame dwelling House know As the Shick property and is now ing preparations to upon the Burnt spot Twenty foot front to new u of Furnire have you examined the new furniture Low prices Are offering them. M. Stra.8s. Is Ceon Xoe Lle irld., and the that at her Home on barn Huri Street Irum. Geo. Eagy Wene Placedo Ilie Mountj liotart disease. Central Committer. Mak rave the some he will erect a the old Structure and greatly remodel tie old building. When completed the same will be used As a restaurant bakery and hotel. Clocks Watelier and jewelry. Desiring to discontinue the department in my store in which clocks watches and jewelry Are kept in order to make room for the Large and new i am receiving i will offer for Sale the entire Stock of above named goods at greatly reduced prices. Now is your Opportunity to Purchase this class of goods. The clocks Are of the Best the watches first f. E. Kline k co. Drs. Connolly i to physicians and surgeons. Dealers in wind engines pumps tanks piping Etc. Will attend promptly night or Day Calls office at or. Connolley s office on Muj Bery Street. Monroeville ind. Or. S. E. Mentzer pity Simian and surgeon Calls promptly attended to Day in main Street. Monro evil to ind a also and supplies. All work Guaran need. Address Monroeville ind for Sale town property. House and two lots on Allen Street. Good Wel barn and Wood shed. Price $500. House and Jot close to the Public �landvarirntd7ana the jewelry school building. Must be sold Price and feed and spectacles at prices to suit the Pur Eha Aorl. J. D. Alleger Arient double or single rigs furnished oni Short notice and reasonable Bates Sciple wagons always in readiness for travelling men. Horses left in off care Tor one meal Day or week will chive the Best of Oare. Stable on main Street near bail Boadi. A Haeth Fronti

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