Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
26 May 1892

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26 May 1892

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - May 26, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana A Independent in All thin sri Neutral in in in a old series vol. Xxiv. No 5 Monko Eviline Allen co. Ind. Thursday. May 26th, 1892. New series vol in no. 27. Monroeville ind. Transacts a general banking business. I receives deposits writes exchanges and makes collections Bank in Odd Fellows Block a marshal Densel requests a to therefore be it resolved by the Mem warn All persons having Stock running Bers we. H. Link Post no. 301, it Large to keep it up be will be com that we request All business houses in pulled to take care it. J Monroeville to close their place bus it. W. Blair de close and George loess a 1 clock to meters fort Wayne were in town 4 p. M., to Sho a respect to our honoured thursday evening lust inspecting the dead. Sons veterans Camp. A there will be a number Candi a . Salsberry and daughter dates initiated into the mysteries the Ossian iiid., was the fewest . And Rebekah Lodge Friday evening next. A local sq.-uli1os, pm. Haley is still improving. A Fine toilet soaps and perfumes at Jones. Carriage and buggy paint a week Shanks. A Jones Small mixed paint is the Best to be had a j he Cooks favorite. Elevator half Patent flour. Lis i redelsheimer is Selling flour at $1.110 per barrel. Mrs. E. J. Miller Jefferson township the latter part last week. A miss Nora Brandeberry who is attending College at fort Wayne was the guest her parents. Or. And mrs. Geo. Brandeberry saturday last. A . And mrs. D. C. Potts fort Wayne was in town the latter part 1 is and tie fore part this week the jag eur . And mrs. J. A Parker. A . And mrs. Tryan Van Wert was in town the latter part it is said Mart is looking up a location to open a jewelry store. A printers Ink yes sir. When p. S. Died Elsheimer quotes reduced prices you can depend that be will do it. He is doing it now so go there to buy. A monday next . Norton s Graut two ten blow will exhibit in Liis place Aud is highly Reculin upended As no num b in in every respect ased. Represent a a. H. Ferry Convoy Ohio Vas in town tuesday. Bon. To . And mrs. S. Eose Sun the smallest Man in it is the div last a by Quot boy. I deceive the people. This is not practice by Bremen he sell goods As he advertises. Call and see Lue. A miss Pagofie Shell was visiting Fife kids it Tjw Luven sunday last. A before you paint your House Bani get prices material from Jones. Sale tirade a Good in Mill by 0. W. Meeks Monroeville. A Job and de Geyer was th9 guest relatives at beware ind., sunday last. A the frosts the last few nights have somewhat damaged the growing Cuit crops. A . Strass Cleveland o., was the guest miss Bosa redelsheimer a sunday last a but few suits those reduced priced cloth my Are left at redelsheimer s Model store. A no place pays More for country produce than we do and sell goods Warda. A a new tin roof is being put the town station House and other improve tents Are being made. A mrs. A. Brandeberry is visiting Lier daughter mrs. Frank Edwards at tort Wayne this week. A the Farmers Aud citizens buy at Lewis fruit House because they get the Worth their Money. A miss Lauua Buchanan left tuesday for Van Wert to spend a week so with relatives and friends. Fiss John Casselman is buying poultry at Monroeville and will pay the Market Price for the same. A Charley Crane has accepted a Posi Tion at Decatur and will move with his family to that place in a few Days. A to those people who Are always catering after Good articles at Low prices they a re directed to Edwards. A miss Susie Simons left tuesday last for Enen o., where she will be the guest relatives for a few months. A a. Davis manager the fort Wayne press was the guest his Mother mrs. H. H. Davis tuesday last. A Edward Clausmeyer the democratic nominee Aud next sheriff Allen county was in town tuesday this week. A a. Congleton has placed a new Side walk in front and around his residence property Mulberry Street this week. A . S. U. Tarney Auburn ind., was in tuesday last. Several patients were under his care for tue cure piles. A Joseph Mitton removed with his a All Are grumbling about High taxes but the Way to recover a portion it i i has received new boots shoes dry goods and groceries. A ladies at redelsheimer s Model store Vou will find dress goods to suit you and my prices Are irom three to ten cents lower than Ever sold in the town before. A the Gas at Well no. 1 is still burning. At the Stock holders meeting next month it will be decided whether another Well will be sunk the company dissolve. Be. Friedline will leave to Day for Chattanooga tenn., where he will visit his son Marion. He expects to visit several the Sou them states before his return Home. A the formation will Cost you Noth ing Aud Worth Someth ius to you. Call at Edward s and see what it is. A we have them now in Stock and will enquire you what it in a the dance held at Lizzie Miller s Hall Otist Friday eve Piug was attend it by a Large crowd Aud All report having had a Good time and 9veryti apr pay ing off quietly and peacefully a the annual convention the Titio Indiana and Michigan butter egg and poultry association win old its ii meet ing at the Beautiful resort Eagle Lake at Warsaw june 15 and 16. A the ladies the lutheran he Torch will Hoid their next social at the is Dence mrs. Smagner Friday afternoon june 3d, to which All fire most cordially invited to be present. Attorney a. A. Purman fort Wayne was the guest his aged Mother tuesday last. Andy has May friends in this Section and he receives a warm and Hearty greeting when i town. A at the town Board meeting monday evening last the clerk was instructed to procure a marshal s outfit consist ing Stai Mace hand cuffs and nippers. This should have been done Long ago. 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 s. Goods in my store Are fresh Aud my prices in line with others. A mrs h. Somera was suddenly stricken with a stroke paralysis Sun Day last for several hours her Coundi family to Decatur monday last. He j Tion was quite critical. 3he is improve a ship rented his farm North town to ing however and wiil in new Days be Charley Jones. A communion services will be held at the lutheran Church next sunday lit 10 3 j clock a. 4u Pov dually invited to present Able to be about again a at a meeting held by the q. A. B., last monday Evenin i the following Reso Lution was adopted. In As much As the 30th Day May is a National a Olidar. A the Stone and Marble for the new Marble works opened up by win. Mcgonagle amp co., the North Side in the Meyers building has arrived and the company is prepared to receive and promptly fill All orders. The new Enterprise is quite an addition to our town and parties desiring any article in their line should Call and see them and not go elsewhere. A after an illness Only a few Days Hattie Neoma daughter . And mrs. Tit Sirheim died at the family residence two Miles East Monroe Villa Friday last aged l a years 7 inti Wihs and la Days. The funeral was preached by eve. Bowen at the Fiat lock Church last sunday at 10 clock a. M., and was attended by a Large concourse friends and relatives. The remains were interred in the cemetery near the Church. Or. And mrs. Stierheim Huye the sympathy a Large Circle Fri Enda in their sad Beira lenient. A fort Wayne is aired. Taking Steps to have an old fashioned fourth july Celebration. Col. James gear y manager the worlds museum in the City is taking the Lead and with Liim at the Helm the undertaking will be a Success Lis he never fails in any Point he desires to meet. Had Iuorno Evoile a Geary we would soon be moving in to Victory. It is time preparations were being made to have a fourth july Celebration Here. A a spelling school was held at Dit Iet no 4, know Hon As the Crabell school ones Day evening at which there was quite a Lively Racket occurred be Wei n the sons b. F. Brown and a boy named Cowell in which the latter hit the eldest the Brown boys with Brick in acting a severe Bruise. Or Brown informs us that the Cowell lad is a rather unruly and bad boy and that his Case will be Laid before the grand jury and trustee Hoffman. A Jas. Gerling Shelbyville ind writ is Here to ascertain what the Chan Ces Are for locating a Large furniture factory at this Point. The town is open for All Aud any Enterprise that May i amp in among a and by sides giving them a Hearty Welcome will give Aid. A the Only thing is for the parties to mean business when they talk locating among us. Wind work never Achie ves any Success. Parties looking for location in any Enterprise Are invited to make this place a Point to visit. There is no place that has brighter prospects a quiet wedding for some time the Young people this place have been expecting a break in their ranks by the marriage some their number and while they had singled out certain ones they were taken by Surprise last thursday by the announcement miss Allice the accomplished and highly esteemed Dan Gater . And mrs. J. R. Parker a a she was the last one that the least Shadow suspicion was cast upon. Such is the Case however and her selected companion is . Ora Phipps. A Young Man who is a break Man the fort Wayne Road Between fort Wayne and Chicago and is highly esteemed among rail Road men. N the ceremonies were performed in a quiet manner at the residence the brides sister . And mrs. D. C. Potts 24 Johns Street fort Wayne by Rev. Northrop the Baptist Church there being Only a few immediate relatives present. Thursday evening the Bride and Groom in company Witlox a number relatives arrived Here and repaired to the Home the brides parents where the unfair was held m a gorgeous and pleasant manner. The Happy couple received Many presents among which was a gift 100 in Cash to the Bride by her father. Monday morning the newly wedded couple returned to the City and Are now at Home Wallace Street in a com portable and neatly furnished residence which had previously been fitted up f in their Benefit. The freeze extends congratulations and join with mrs. Phipps Many friends Here in we fishing them happiness and they a Jirney Trio ugh Monroeville elevator flour amp meal Exchange for Folb 59&Quot 58 Quot 57 Quot 56 Quot wheat 41 lbs 40 Quot 39 Quot 38 Quot 37 Quot flour 38 lbs 37 Quot 36 Quot 35 Quot 34 Quot flour and 1-2 Bushel offal. Buckwheat flour Exchange for 1 Bushel buckwheat. 20 lbs flour. Quot Quot wheat 40 meal Exchange for 1 Bushel shelled Corn 45lbs meal. For 1 Bushel eur Corn. 40 lbs meal chop grind Lnch 4 Tats per Klie Quot we Are to id a regular milling business and our elevator half Patent flour Wirich we give in tie above Ehehal be is to l e a a round sixty Pound Winter wheat and is certainly the Livest Grade Ilour the Market today. Try it and be convinced. Have you examined the new Stock furniture find the Low prices that we Are offering them i m. Stra.88. A orly Mettille Ina. F. E. Kline amp co. Drs. Co Dolly amp Kay Ifni and physicians and surgeons. Will attend promptly night Day Calls. Office South Street one door West a Shank s drug store Monroeville. Ind. Dealers in wind engines pumps tanks piping Etc. Also and supplies. All work guaranteed. Address Monro Emiliie. Ini14 . S. E. Mentzer Liy Siniari id Supor. Calls promptly attended to Day err main Street. Monroeville ind. Ilex via Lutfy. And feed guaranteed cure we Anthon ice our advertised druggist to sell . King s new discovery Lor consumption coughs and colds upon this condition. If you Are afflicted with a Gough cold any lung Throat Chest trouble and will use this re Medy As directed giving it a fair trial Aud experience no Benefit you May ire turn the bottle and have your Mon Eyre j funded. We could not make Liia offer i did we not know that . King s new discover a to wild be relied . It never i disappoints. Trial bottle free at h. A Shanks draw Siovie liar size 50o and $ljoo.i. Double single rigs furnished oils Short notice and reasonable rates. Sar.? wagons always in readiness for r travelling men. Horses left in indy Cave for one meal Day week will Rte a chive the Best care. Stable main Street near rail r it and aetili�?zfi3i>

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