Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
3 Oct 1889

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3 Oct 1889

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - October 3, 1889, Fort Wayne, Indiana If. A i. A a Quot Independent in ail things Neutra m old sories Tel. Xxx. No 28. Mone Oey Lle Alle co., ind. . Octabell 3 1, 1889. New series vol. I no. 4�. Al a Coole Gullip a Liwok 11 Jonir craps. A nou vis the Tirao to Sui 3cribe. A big firm Cui it ? ii is gone to Ohio a a cold weather w fast . I Quot i j a Abraham Barkley Iii of the sick j lit. A our woo j pile is get Jig rather . A the i Ioctl has not Yot clanged a ii ids. A York has n commenced on the a a. Totts has the Clia Pion Coon foundation of them e. Parsonage. Deri. I a september with All its ethereal a for a Good a Uncle go to Potts j Nii Innesa a a thing of the past for the Baki iry. Tear 13s9, Roc Mios find Dpi daily at the fruit House. Re Khz Llu 1 incl nil a mrs. Hollopeter and children Are a s ending a Fey weeks with her parents. Near Maysville. I a. W. Smili and it a of Decatur. Wore tie guests of c. C. Meyers and j lady Hist sunday. 1 Cin tied t>.7u. Keval at a a _. Oto i i Aiko invoice of cd Jocius sit thin Fisli and tie fruit a Tho Adraius fair is of How a att. Uve 1 3-,v i g Twenty cents at ii is a Cdv it Al a 8 leads in prices on i at ice 05id a Jet have a Pio Sofiia. They a Tibia a i of her i i s. A rest a ids of Crary Ovid Tobac oops a s it Ocio Liy at a Oniani a. �?.03d.iy Evoniuk was tiie Hist night tac Library far at it Wayne. I go �0 a a a Saud so pc cd nos on a did i piyin4 Lor shoes. A Fnu a dui Kirk. O., i like g5 e to of n. Spain citing Ortli of Tovy. A the 12 k o dict is Tho plac3 to go to Glrst Elas a sub York at cheap i ites. �?0 e. Weber is punting the poits Sclia a of ii ouse in township week. Xuc Al at . It in Potito crop this year is doubt Thuv ii Ira Sefc Ever raised in this country.�5�pprodi tub oysters direct from East Minoie at Potta Lukery and lies Aarau A tvrs. T. Brown Ich saturday for a two visit with relatives near it Wayne. A pit a. C. M. Hollopeter of Geneva a ill i each in the my i j. Church next Sabbath evening. A Young America is bringing in the Grec a Wahi uts and Hickory nuts. He is a Idun serious boy. "7iae.me3�s come to the fruit House Wii ii your Una ter and Jiggs and see what we can do for you. A tie Massilon m. E. Church which Lias been finely Pape de and repaired will re opened next Sabbath. A at the fruit souse is the Only Pace where fresh goods Are received daily. This Adlace is always in the Lead. Quot vol to carry four on your o eau Buck. Leave orders at Tjie elevator and it will delivered free. A a. S. Argo and Daniel Barto Are getting the timbers in readiness for the erection of it Eizer amp a Ridenour a new Lay l Ara. A mrs. Cob Cowan and Mother of i t., Wayne were the guests of miss Lizzie Millor and Mother monday and tuesday of . Itt goes to Bedel Sli Einie s Model score for boots and shoes save 25 Ler cent so doing. A Tinele Sam Whitright has purchased the Shoei so now boys keep your eyes to bid he will double and you wont kno a it. Every oily Koonse s. The Best and cheapest Ever brought to the town a the chirp enter work on Tho new inns of a in. Ide Titzer was commenced last moving. A it is necessary that All work in Hir Mony in Ovador to secure the Best and Van tinges for our Tou n. A tuesday was election Day in North Dakota Bouth , Montana and Ash 1 Egton territory Liz a. Kill s new grocery in the Peter s building is tie place to go with your produce for High prices. A As the fall of the year approaches Aud Tho time for putting up f Toves is Here examine it the old Clinin Iveys. A after a three weeks visit with friends it fort Wayne miss Laura Scarr return cd Home last Friday. A Geneva has a new Bank and it is doing a big business. A Why can t Mou Rovillo have such an Enterprise of i of saved Woji Tjoa buying boots an d shoos at pie Holsheimer s Blondel store. For Sale. A a two seated buggy one horse Wagon Aud set of buggy Hai Ness. For further information inquire at this Willce. A a Fine Large has been rec eyed at redelsheimer s Annex Model store that would till the Bill for a fire alarm at the engine House. Columbia City Otto the women s favorite v in in at Texe fruit House. Eve. Hollopeter will commence a revival meeting at Clarks Chaviel next tuesday evening to continue one week. Communion services the following Sabbath. A those who have been negligent in attending Church of account of the warm weather will soon have to put up some other excuse As the Frost will soon Here. The cheapest lot of boots Ever brought to Monroeville at Edwards. A the Forepaugh show passed through town Over . Wayne Road last tuesday morning Enro Ute for Van Yeit where they showed ther huge a Savillion of a onders. A the editor of the Bellfontaine examiner says that Wapakoneta has More pretty girls than any other town of its size a the u. S. He evidently has been Injo Monroeville. A mis Lena Strass tilled the position of miss Minnie Mcgonigle in the school at this place during her absence last monday while attending the funeral of her Uncle at Decatur. A As the time of the synodical convention has been is hinged f pm october 1st to october 2i the there will l read Ida at the lutheran Church next i a a Quot u i Al la just received a the ?.r. E. Social has been Post sunday at the usual hour 10-.o a. M. until next wednesday eve i g on account of the Parson age being under repairs. A Praise your town your business men Aud their Euter ri8es. Talk about your Ood society churches schools and natural advantage of. A 11. Glancy Smith. J. Barkley and w. Mumaugh attended the run of of their old regiment which is being hold at fortland�?zxud., to Day. A Call at Breman a and examine the Lacre Stock of Rew dry goods find ibid Rob Vei Simiris Ali pts overalls notions of Ali kinds. Thi Pifcio is Are All new Aud bought at Novi Lig vites Itzy anti toners shall Buve Ibe i Eue it of Tho same us fall bag. A of Aimers keep your eyes open a gang of lightening Rod Pollei s Are opera Ting in this Section. A to their honesty to Are not Able to say but we notice our exchanges that in Yarious parts of the state a gang of these paddlers Are getting in their work. It is Well to of the Alert for such Iel lows. A sunday closing on the part of the saloons last sunday was As we Imper stand Tim Versley observed but there was a booming Quot Jug Trade Quot on saturday evening and in consequence a number of i win drunks were noticeable on the first of to a week. A Spei Ial policeman is n iy/4e>aileil to run in jail e to atrial a a Large Corn crop is anticipated oods season. Muslims and Cali Coes go to Edwards. A quite a number of our citizens took in the great Forepaugh show at forty Ayne last monday a diphtheria is becoming quite prevalent in Many of the cities and towns in the Central part of the state. Redelsheimer boots Aud shoes. Don t buy before e2.amining a .i3 Stock. A dais Iel Barto is suffering quite severely from two badly mashed King Persou his left hand received while handling some heavy timbers for the new Hay barn. A received at the elevator a new lot of flour which we will exch Linge to Farmers for wheat. Give us a Call you will receive As much flour As at any grist Mill. A Uncle John Todd of Madison tp., gave Liis Oil ice a. Pleasant Call wednesday and reported that he Lead husked an Neve of Corn which yielded sixty bits hols of shelled Corn. How is that for a Corn crop. a Quot the new store just opened in the p ters building Allie Nill is now ready to receive a share of the Public patronage. A an infant child of . And mrs. Geo. Crabill of near Dixon died last to Purslay evening. Funeral services Silt Irdy at Flat Bock Church and into Mout in the comet9ry near . A Micheal Miller and Dayton Potts log a tii Eshow at fort. Wayne last monday but it was Only after a Rido of several Miles on a Street car that they reached Tho grounds on which the great Pavillion was located. A Jimmy Laughlin is Happy and any one under a like circumstance would . His amiable companion after a pleasant married life of ten years of More presented Jimmy with a Fine nine Pound girl last evening �?0. J. Remah has in Stock a line of first chass men s suits which i am offering at prices below Cost in order to get Money invested out of them and get some Money in the drawer. The old building which has stood the storms for Many years situs Ted in the rear of Neizer amp Biden on s Large elevator has been razed to tie ground and preparations Are going on for the erection of a Large Hay barn. A last monday evening the teachers of our Public schools Gatheia l at the residence of . A. Wright of Elm Street being quite a Surprise to the old Geu it Leman As it was his sixty lord birthday. A pleasant time was lad All present. Mrs. Harriet z Etler residing on the John Sprague farm three and one Liaf Miles North East of town and one half mile South of Tjie Stephenson school House will sell All of her personal property at Public auction on saturday october 12. Pops for the same have been printed at this office. A last monday As we glanced Over our exchanges from it. Wayne we noticed among the marriage Liccar cts. One for August Miller and Bliss Mary n it Straan. Well the surmise is that it is our Jovial August but who is going to inform us As to the truth of the matter. All we have to say is that if such is the Case ausust had a Oetter bring the Nec scary cigars Fiir nature at tie Quot old reliable Quot Stan Wirich i will sell at Low p rices Call and see me before going opening. Having received my fall Stock of millinery goods i wish to announce to the ladies of this place and Vicinity Chat on Friday and saturday october 11th and 12th, i will give a grand opening to which a cordial invitation is extended to All to presents i have made an Effort in i my Pri it Stock to make the Best a election oods and the i ery latest Atolfi it. Misa aii Wii a Iii Quai. Also the finest line of my Groiss Ever Cuoghi o Monroeville. In Liis Bianch of my Ruilt j Jay set civil Atton Tiomi in a i Ita branches. And Aiu prepared to furnish ail kind of Cilius Casker air a ii Xvi globes. Embalming and will attend ail in Serais personally with e. Of House Carriage signed paper hanging a speciality. Call and see me before giving out your work address c. E. Web a. Monroeville. Pm a in a m 1s s i swill Litton key at Law booms 5 and 6 Bank Block was main Street fort Wayne. Ihu attorney at i a and Hoti airy Pumie practices in All courts in the county. Executes deeds it mortgages leases and contracts. Pen sit ii papers a sign Ecial Ity Olifice in Road s Bihling Over Remau s store. Monroeville. Lull. Am manufacturer of single and do bite repairing a Arnht done a full like of ii strife ets in fact everything usually kept in a dust class harness shop. £25"a11 goods will sold at the lowest and for Cash new Stock nothing new ladib3 and misses i lne is does. Meks ats boys Boot shoes of All description., every pair warranted to give Satia fat ctr n. A. A. Kill. Dealer in All kinds of wooden Cistern Clain mid drive Well of pimps. Special Atte Iti cims Given to putting Down drive Wells putting up Aud pairing lightning Iloda. Furnishing All kinds of Iron pump and piping for fill intr threshing engines tanks Etc. All kinds of repairs. Agent for the it Zebra in Ltd Star my a Aud perfection Wator elevator. �?�4b w. Quot if lit it a a Juji b., fort Wayne Jimh

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