Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 20 Oct 1892
Read an issue on 20 Oct 1892 in Fort-Wayne, Indiana and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 20 Oct 1892 Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - October 20, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Independent in Oil things Neutral in old series vol xxiv. No �6. Allen co. Ind. Thull Day a cibber 20tli, 1892. New series vol in no. 4l j. 13. In yzeta. C. Youse a Rie silent. Vice tres. C. P. Mirchel Ca is still Bank a of of Nuler sly the i India Iii. Of of the Laws of theft id up capital Al 3 0.000,00. Of of a general Bali in business. deposits writes sex Clia Iii is ii jul Ina Kos collections. Bank in Odd Block Al Rera Ember tron when you vant of a m Tryon has Jast the anything in tie jewelery line. A watches and clocks pairing All guaranteed. Intend every i citizen should turn out tomorrow evening at the col Rubus Day exercises. Show your Patriot ism a no place in town Keevis the Supply of vegetables and Foi eign fruits can be found at Lewis fruit Inoue a a Large lot of prints and in skins at i Tiernan s that is being closed out to make room for a new Winter Stock. A Lle freshing showers the past week were a Welcome guest to the Farmer. They will Start the new sown wheat. Li.1 Vav ill Amie pest boots and shoes Ever brought to Monroeville. A merchant j. W. Edwards. Is that can lie had. And if you buying Call and see his Stock. A a Large delegation of Deino rats will go to fort Wayne saturday evening next to attend tie Hon. D. W. Vorheese reception and Railey. The in Monroeville brass band will a comi Niny Triem. A have tried almost every known remedy for itching piles with out Success Fili ally bought a Box of de Witt s Witch Hazel Salve and it cured me. A Haskins Peoria 111. T. S. Jones. A wednesday last Adolph Bede shei Nier a fined one Dolhar and costs in i All $11,05, by your Honor j d Alleger for cowl by ii its. A Friday is a Legal Holiday a a Rush of or b work this week. A fruit c ins and jars at Remau in Sci will have a vacation tomorrow. A the m. F., choir was reorganized s i i i i . in Sellini flour at 0 per barrel. A 1 5vis sewing machine Needles for Sale at this Olifice. A the place to buy your paints and oils is at thanks. A Fly paper and insect powder of All at Shanks. R of in Fober goods a eth varies. Evening last for his former Home at Mansfield o. To be absent several Days. On a charge of carrying concealed weapons. The Atli Davit was sworn to by pling about on crutches caused by the Jujj a Congleton amputation of an in growing toe Nail. T r. R. A a gentleman of this con nov who a att v John Connolly left sunday a 1 i. It. \ a a has exc3ll it it judgment remarked to us the other Day that he knew of no Pill so Good for constipation dyspepsia and a the order of free masons of this in a complaint As de Witt s Little place will give a supper and entertain in by . S. Jones. A at the residence of Frank Gladieux i in Jefferson township a Large pole was raised saturday evening last in Honor of Frank s favourites Cleveland and Stevenson. A number of Adil resses were delivered to the Large crowd present. A tic tui in will be closed Friday it by Inga Nalio Aal holi May. A we. Singer of Dixon is having an addition Dixit to his residence. A go to Shanks for your drugs and toilet articles. Pc. W. Kollins who has been quite is k the past week is improving. A per. Gamble of Dixon is rejoicing Over a big 12 Pound girl. A the saw Mill Yards at this place and Maples Are Well filled Avith logs. Or in boots and shoes for a Jylka 111 lie Money at Edwards. A Hon g Colerick and a a Pur Man speak Here on the evening of oct 27 the mrs j. Sweany is visiting her Oan ter jars. Pumau at Montpelier. Ind. A an Ash pole will be hoisted at the residence of Cale Townsend saturday next a a. S. Ivo Binson and we. Sweany were at Decatur monday Lasc on business. �?.1. Sorgen left saturday last for a weeks visit with relatives at Dunkirk Ohio. A at Lewis fruit House the finest bananas Lemons and fruits can be found. A Uncle Billy Van Horn is reported quite sick at his Home in Madison Lias goods suitable for Birtle Day and wedding presents a John Anderson has erected a new Frame dwelling House on his farm North of town. A for ladies and misses hats child rens Caps and bonnets Call at mrs. D. Kauffman s. A piles of people have piles but de Witt s Witch Hazel Salve will cure . S. Jones. A or. Watt of Decatur was in town monday last in the interest of the Davis sewing machine. De. Ment St. s Day december 27th. Quot we. A. W Aterman will go to Williams station saturday next to hoist a Cleveland Ami Stevenson pole. A James Graham and others will speak at the Grange Hall Friday evening oct. 2stli on the subject of prohibition. A the Monroeville Lodge daughters of r a Ackah Are a in Iii arrangements to give a supper or festival in the near future �?7\irs. D. Kari Man respectfully invites the ladies to Call and examine her new and Complete line of Winter i goods. A or. Ainsworth of fort Wayne has been in our town the past week in the interest of the insurance company he represents. A vice president Morten passed through this place. Enro Ute to Chicago Over the fort Wayne Road wedges Driy morning last a or. Alleger and his Best girl miss Annie Harter of fort Wayne were the guests of be editor saturday evening last. A Call at mrs. D. Kauiz Raan before purchasing Els Liere. No shoddy or shelf worn Good but novel and new. Call and see. A a spirited Rifle shooting contest was held wednesday last in Langhlin s Grove East of town Between j. M. Tiyon and j. B. Miller. A Don t be fooled. Before you buy visit Bremen and see if he has what you want. His Stock is fresh and Pri-c3s to suit the buyer. A the country residence of county commissioner Jones in Jackson town Shi i is being Lem Deled and a Brick foundation placed beneath. The eve. Sutten pastor of the u. B. Church of fort Wayne delivered a lecture on prohibition at the East Liberty school House tuesday evening last. A Robert Mclyn Tuerff formerly a popu Lar merchant of Dixon is going to Ashley in the Northern part of this state where he will locate and engage in business. A Maples Quot republicans and democrats Are in Harmony. Both parties have towered upward handsome Ash and Hickory poles by the Asu Istance of one another. A mrs. S. W. Long and son Earle wife Aad son of real estate agent Long 01 Van Wert Ohio visited with the family of j. A Tryon the latter part of last week. A a. L. Tillman in addition to Bis Saloon at Baldwin has remodeler the building and placed therein a first \irnnilalfn1 How cheap eds class Stock of groceries with Frank Yir Ivars is Selling Freese As overseer boots and shoes. this City of consume �?0. Valentine l Deboldt Worm Tion. A familiar headline in t it its Cassel o. Waterman and we. Deiwert pretty risky to neglect a cold or cough. Were at Genera. Monday. Que minute cough cure is pleasant a Mph Pps of Hanna ind., is Safe and . S. Griest of her brother or. A. Bark Ley and family the s week. A the Walnut Grove m. E., Sabbath school will hold a social for the we. P. Baker was at East Benefit of the school at the residence of Liberty p h forepart of this week j. W. Gilbert two Miles North of with a i amp eco Load of cattle. _ Pixon saturday evening next. A it s not very pleasant to cough and Hack. To Kun or Iain in Chest and Back. Many peole could Stop it for sure l Gay sign by using one minute Congh . S. Jones. I Lui trustees of the m. E.,Hurch Are by request of the president. .1. Alleger Noti ibid to men. At the Ollice on monday evening next at a for tic in ribose of attending to of Init Hurt Nice such As tie Iii big of a s Xton. Contracting for Winter Wood Etc. A in company with prof. Martin the Quot Pilgrim a Singer Quot who is giving a musical convention in Liis place we visited Maples Friday last. A Call at our Oll Friend a. Crawford s i lace of business we found him Busy taking care of the Many customers that daily Call to see him Adam is the Hub and spokes of the thriving Village. A Peiterson township has a progressive number of citizens and is up with the times especially on the gravel Road Questi it a. During the past summer she has built several Miles and within two years will have a gravel Road from Maples to fort Wayne. We Are informed that these roads have been All built by the Farmers and with slight extra expense. Wily not Monroe town ship awaken and a pattern after her neighbor. A a merry bus party consisting of mrs. A. Phipps of Hauna ii d., mrs. 0 a. Phipps. Of fort Wayne mrs a. Barkley mrs. Parker misses Iminta Barkley and Viola Parker drove out g Miles in the country and took dinner with or. And i irs. C. Peck Liam and made Calls on Numerosi s relatives in that Section of the country they reported a charming time and had Many pleasant remembrances of their dem Gotful entertainers. A a reported outbreak of cholera at Helmetta n. J., created much excitement in that Vicinity. Investigation showed that the disease was not cholera but a violent dysentery which is almost As severe and dangerous As cholera. Or. Walter Willard a prominent merchant of Jamesburg two Miles from Helmetta says Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy has Given great satisfaction in the most severe cases of dysentery. It is certainly one of the Best things Ever made. For Sale by t. S. Jones druggist. Wanted having purchased the Blacksmith supplies such As horse shoes. Horse shoe nails Iron Etc., of S. Redelsheimer i am now prepared to furnish All blacksmiths with these articles at reasonable rates. I have also added a Large Stock of Wood material to this Stock and in addition buckwheat Miour Exchange Tot 1 Basliel of buckwheat. 20 lbs of flour. Quot wheat 40 meal Exchange for 1 Basliel of shelled Corn. 451bs meal. For. 1 of ear Conn. 4 1 lbs of meal in Quot to Vve Are doing a regular milling . And our elevator half Patent flour Wirich we Gitti in tiie above Exchange is Gaurano Quot cd to be Gronlid of sixty Pound Winter Wii cat. And is certainly the Grade of hour on the Market today. Try it and be convinced. B a o King 4cn�o�os Perbix. Low prices that we Are offering them. A m. Strass. 3ivd or2.roe-Illo, inca. Itta Aidif film physicians and surgeons. Will attend promptly night or Day Calls office on South Street one door West of Shank s drug store air Neville. Ind. Dealers in wind engines pumps tanks piping Etc. Also to tells and supplies. All work gear Atleed. Address Monroeville ind or. S. Mentzer Lifs Ciari and Supor Calls promptly attended to Day or on main Street. Monro eve ill i id. And feed Henry Geyer. To sorial artist hair cuts Sha pooling and shaving double or single rigs furnished on to having these goods for Sale 1 am pre done in a neat and artistic manner and and reasonable rates. Pared to do All kinds of blacksmithing it reasonable prices. Ladies and childrens hair cutting a specs Alt. Gall and see Shiqi. On Short notice and in a Workman manner. Bobbt e. Elliott a oath Street Monroe till. Lodi. Like Breeze a i1.25�o Sao pie always in readiness Fot travelling men. Horses left in my a care for one meal Day or week will re a chive the of care. Stable on main Street near rail Road a.,martilt�?zprob3
Search the Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.
Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.
Why are newspaper sites important?
Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
What is the best way to search newspaper archives?
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
Why should I get a NewspaperArchive subscription?
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!