Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
17 Sep 1896

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17 Sep 1896

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - September 17, 1896, Fort Wayne, Indiana Fri Xee Hlls Gorje a be k<iti�bll8hed la 1869. Sgt. Al Liegey proprietor. Blishel at Monroe Vixie. at Tsi Post fac at Monroe Artille Indiana As second class matter sept 17� 189� for Congress James m. Robinson. For sheriff Albert Melching. A mrs. F. Alleger of Decatur ind., is Here visiting relatives and. Old acquaintances. A Uncle Henry Miner who has been seriously ill for sometime is again Able to be about. A a. F. Hittepole of Nicl Ierson Kansas is in the City visiting Shad Rick Montfomery and other old . A Andrew Reynolds Alex Bell j. Blakesley and Wiiliam fillers of be eater were in on Eity Friday and saturday last. A a political meeting will be if ild at Enst Liberty Friday eve sept 18th, which will be addressed by first class speakers. A Bert Taylor has abandoned the. Horse undertaking business As he states his system will not stand a the chemicals necessary to be used in embalming. A diphtheria is said to be spread ing to in alarming extent in Many parts of the Stittle and at Hebren and other cities a number of deaths Are occurring daily. To. F. Zedaker has the contract of erecting a Large Frame barn for j. Niezer on his residence Rop erty. Work on the s am e a is begun yesterday. A Henry Barrone is calving pome improvements to his property on North main Sti get in the Way of tearing Down old Sieds and placing a new Fenee around it. A a. A. Mcintosh and fillers amp Bon were at fort Wayne saturday last with teams and brought Home some excellent Lake ice. The ice crop Here has been entirely consumed. A Levi Foster has moved with his of Annily from his farm East of town to the Home of his widowed step Mother just West of town. His Bon in Law will farm his place next season. A Quot a. T. Wilson received a message tuesday evening last announcing the death of an aged brother at his Home in Lasalle Michigan. Thomas left on the first train to attend the funeral. A George w. Mumaugh the annual meeting of the u. B., conference held at Lima Ohio last week. He returned Home monday and stated that the next meeting will be held at Decatur ind. A mrs. Sadie Staunton and Mother mrs. Clara Shields of Detroit Michigan has been in our City the past week visiting old acquaintances and looking after their property now occupied by j. Malin and family. A mrs. J. Lam bin and Louis Voirol of Jackson township were the guests of son and brother William Woirol and family of Allen Street sunday last. They were accompanied by Frank Oberly of the same township. A mrs. Eva Arnold Olio has been the guest of her Mother mrs. Sweany for the past two months left for her Home at Montpelier ind., monday last. She was accompanied by miss Grace Sweany who will spend several weeks in that City. A or. L h. Edwards and wife visited James Gailey and family in Milan township sunday last. Dock says everybody in that Beci iou is for Mckinley and sound Money l it what other report could you expect from a Quot dyed in the Wool Quot sound Money adv Cator such As our Fried us doctor is. A or. It. Mckeeman for the past four or five months stationed at Bluffton has returned to fort Wayne where he will resume his course of studies in the it. Wayne medical College. The doctor was in our City saturday and spent sunday with relatives in Madison township the spot of his birth and jul Droud Days. A mrs. A. Franks of Van Wert is Beve visiting relatives and old acquaint in Ces. A an amusing pugilistic encounter was witnessed in the South part of town tuesday evening which took place Between two prominent Young men of our City. A Philip Winters one of the oldest residents of Jefferson township died at the St. Joseph Hospital in fort Wayne last evening. Several years ago the deceased was kicked by a horse from which he has be ii a sufferer from that time and was the result of his death. A Don t trifle away time when you have cholera Moribus or Dirr Hoea. Fight them in the beginning with Dewitt s Colic amp. Cholera cure. You Don t have to wait for results they Are instantaneous and it leaves the bowels in healthy . S. Jones. A woe unto the. Young couple who on saturday evening last like Swine in a Fence Corner Wallow were discovered by a passer by. Indications were that both male and female had been partaking freely from the Beer bottles. Of course they Don t want their parents or any one to know anything about it no one that has any self respect for themselves parents or friends would. Only harlots and persons of the lowest degraded character would face such actions. A saturday last Anderson Murch land hired out one of his Best horses to a. S. Robinson to drive Tofu it Wayne. Or. R., reached his destination and was on his Way Home when he noticed that the animal was sick and at Zulu it became so bad that he drove into a barn and left it. Veterinary surgeon j. A. Johnson was summoned but the horse Dit a sunday afternoon. In the loss of this animal Breaks a very Fine Span of horses for or. . Last evening there was a quiet and rather surprising event took place at the residence of or. And mrs. W. A. Waterman in the South part of town. The event was in the Way of a quiet wedding the contracting parties being the miss Lovisa Montgomery and Orland v. Waterman. The words being pronounced by your Honor Esq. J. D. Alleger in the presence of the parents of the Groom and Brothers and Sisters of the Groom and Bride. After the knot had been tied the usual feast on occasions of this kind was partaken of. The Breeze extends congratulations and wish the Happy couple Prosperity and happiness As they journey through . -0�?0-Tlie greatest Day in the history of the comity. Grand reunion of the Farmers of Allen county at Robison s Park of fort Wavue ind., thursday september 24th, 1896. Band reunion and Frize contest of Allen county bands from which fort Wayne bands Are barred. 1st prize. $25.00 2d prize $15.00 3rd prize $10.00. 4th prize 5.00. Base Ball game for the Champion ship of Allen county fort Wayne clubs barred to the Winner will be Given a handsome prize. Old fashion Barbecue. Four alien county Beeves will be served free. A High class open Aii vaudeville performance. The wonder of the musical world $10,000 Orche Trion operated by electricity. The Only one like it in thie country. Mammoth dancing Pavilion music by the italian orchestra. Dancing All Day and evening. See the old fashioned Stone water Tower 100 feet High. Capacity 25,000 Gallons. The engine and pump operated by electricity. Take a Day off and renew old acquaintances. Everybody will be there. Everything is free. Entrance to Park free. Band contest free. Barba Cne free. Dancing free. Vaudeville performance free Orche Trion free base Ball free Tobison Park is the largest and finest resort in the state 420 acres Beautiful picnic grounds seven Miles North of fort Wayne on the St Joe River electric cars leave Transfer station Corner Calhonn and main streets every six minutes for the Park address letters for band contest base Ball Etc to Louis Heilbroner fort Wayne ind. A from a letter received from Uncle Thomas w. Hall a former highly respected citizen of this place now residing at Harr Maii tenn., we learn that he has recently been meeting with hard Luck in the Way of having his residence and a portion of his furniture destroyed by tire. Uncle Tommy As be was Best known when among us left Here about two years ago for Georgia where he expected to Settle but after reaching that Point he concluded he would go to Harri Man. Ten., where he purchased a tract of land and had just recently completed a new House which Cost him his Many friends Here sympathize with him in his loss. As to politics Uncle Hall says he is still for Mckinley sound Money and Protection and that Tennessee will go 40,000 for sound Money. Suffered eighteen years. Palius departed and sleep came mrs. Julia a. Broten of Covington tenn., those husband has charge of the electric Light Plant at that place has been a great sufferer. Incr ailments and speedy cure Are Best described by herself As follows Quot for j8 years i suffered from nervousness and indigestion. I tried every reran us recommended by family and friends but i could rot n j Relief at All. Two years r tto bin by Oliree loc.u.1 phy.=-i-Ciiiiis, Dii=.barret, m in Gay and Steroa Limicy is w. \ mk.&Quot-,. Jiaa a. By oven. Informed be that i had Neconis a corp steal hat there rvs Little Hoe for i. X tit a decide Cal to try or. Miles restorative a Ervine i a was then unable to cot to sleep mail Well on toward uavliicur., ail this time i had a a can Noiin i my left Sido. I iras Mosc Rnic Ajule inde ii. But after la King site Naif bottle of the i a rvs in 1 could sleep All tii it just As to Ell As lever did. Tuo list Iii is tie Only remedy that gave me and Relief whatever. I am now a Weil and Strybuc and i Thanh Ood every Day of my Lije Jar in. Miles mrs. Julia a. Blown. Or. Miles Nervine is sold on a positive that the first bottle will enc it. All druggists sell it at $1,6 bottles fory5, or it will be sent prepaid on Reccio of Price by the or. He is medical co., Elkhart . Miles Nervine teas coffees Siiger syrup spices tobacco.��. Fresh fruits Calif r?.i� dried fruits. Nuts. Oan files and caused Good Fis a. Quot Wool carpets Hap carpets. Floor Oil cloths Tabic Oil cloths window shades Luig Mats Chiueh get Matt bugs and liuolenm.?.sugars. All grades. The Cuba War has Hati or Nam to do with the sugar Marl let. The it Dpi it ii ii Are Lein ont off the Plata Titus destroyed and if continued will v Advance the Minoh More. Anticipate in higher markets we have m a Tarjie lot find will Montinne to sell at the late quotation a . 5 l--2o White Coffee c. I 1-2 Good yellow extra c,.io curl Cui and powdered cot fee a Sug a 5c.teas Gre ii. Ooi Oil a and Japak. The n Fri it has changed Bat Little since on last rept. Tulve Iniego s of teas conic and full i it Rich so besides they Are very cheap in com Par a a a on v. W h it few years Ngo alien no Tea could be Bon it it loss than 40o to Quot till it. A it e r a of Ell a Good Tea at 20c la. And a fair Tea at 15c la. Our Bocc to 5uc. I it by aver to be had anywhere no matter if Yon pay 75c for it. Young Hasou. Good. A of extra. 30c Best a of. Guy powder Good 30c very Best 50c. Ool Oug Biack Teo 25c beat 5uc. A Dolored , of a extra Best. 50c. A Gliah breakfast Best Quality 50c. Tea in 1 Poud packages 5e Imperial Best. reduced in All a Ottha. The Best now Down to 17c Erlb the Best asted Limo Loose. 20c Erlb Coulee in packages now 20c per la Java old Over quient. Now 2 it la. Government Java. I a Eil. Los it. Mocha Green 2 . A Lake fish and Boston fish. I a notice of of real St the. Notice is Hevel y give that bean Chot. As administer matrix of the estate of a a Eter Brauch it it pc deceased ii Der the order of the Allen circuit court of Allen county will offer at private Sale on the premises to let a sold brei after c Escrib bed to the highest bit scr on Tom Rishiy october 15th, 1890 at 10 o clock a. A. A it id on Euclid Suci Iee Ding Day until the Taie be nude. The loj lowing de Sovil Ted real , in Allen county India iia to Wir the Soutis half in of the West Liaf of the Bough we St Quarter of. And South half of the North Quarter iof the South West Quarter Hoth in Section six 6 township weary nine 29 North of Range Nifte it n 15 East. Terms of Sale. One third 13 Cash in hand one third i 3 in one 1 year and one third 13 in eighteen 18 Mouths. The de feed pain cents to be evidenced by the notes of the purchaser with free hold surety bearing six 6 percent interest payable with attorney s fees and without Relief from valuation or appraisement Laws and secured by a mortgage upon said premises. Clara 13e.\ucuot, adminis Katuin j. M. Robinson attorney Fob adminis Katkis. Fire a e i c in a. salesmen. We Grant one or two Meti in each comity to take orders for Nursery Stock and Are filing to pay Well for Good work. We agree to replace Frek anything that Dies from natural causes. We also have a Choice line of seed potatoes. Give us a trial. The Hawks Nursery company Rochester k. Y. Nice no. 1 Georgia cod Fisli. 6c la Good Hake looks like cod i i cod fish in 2 Pound bricks 7c la scotch herring $1.10 per to i herring 50c per Keg Labrador herring la each. -�?�1.50 per i Marc in ill kits $1,35 and $2.25 Mackerel per la 124c extra jello Mettr a i dried herring in boxes my Oer Box no. 1 White fish in kits i a y White in kits 50c Pickerel in kits $1.00 smoked Yurui Juu Iju a 1 l-2c each finucan daddies 9c. Bice Down to 4c lbs we have a Large shipment just to 9 Rice As Glt Odas sold at go for in la in is from Louisiana a. W it r molasses a Good Quality Down to i5c gallon and the Best Boliow it it a or is at 35c gallon also the Silver drips at soc gallon and Nice yellow Yoc gallon. -i.inseed. Harness and . led linseed Oil 50c Gullon Liaw linseed Oil. I i c Gulloti i .n.-. Is pm 50c gallon also in Small i ans 2 e can o i. Toc a a Alloi i a it Goc gallon machine Oil 2uc and Uoc gallon Castor Oil 7uc g lion i Oil toc and do Sastic dried fruits and . California peaches West. 15c can Green Gaes 12 l-2c c n a cots 14c can egg plums 12 can White cherries. 22c can i peaches o la yellow. Loo can Baltimore pie i East lies a can. At d it it it s cans , Nice goods. Loc can. This is 5c lower to an Titiev Tver so i beet Indiana packed tomatoes. 7c can Illinois ice pack ii com i a to the dried . 1 extra California Peac Hes 7o in c a prnuo.=t Quot pc to Large extra prune a Luo la California Liht v olt <1 Iii in extra to ii Scateni a Etc la be if London layers tic la no 1 new Zihui c in rants 6c la they Are nicer than those in it 7c dried Ai Iii esi0 and cigars Good cigars 50c per Box extra Choice t5c per Box Royal Seal Guc Bax artistic g5c Box c. C., $1.15 Box. Plug tobacco. Battle a 25c la horse shoe 43c la j. To. It c 1 Durham smoking 45c la mail Pouch 35c la Sweet conqueror Inch Fine Cut 20 and 40c and i i nors for medical use Only wines Are now very cheap All grades Are Down 20c gallon. We now Eil Best Cutie Aba Sweet wine toc gallon port Anri Sherry wine. 80c ,used to sell Thero at and formerly $1.25, now at 80g gallon no. 1 Iier Cul Ivornia Muscatel and Angelica wine 80c gallon a Hackberry wine gallon scotch ale Dublin and London Porter 20c bottle. We have two do. In of genuine Champagne in 1-2 pints usually sold at 81.25 bottle we cer it at Goc a bottle it was bought from the Avetine House precor Ufier the House changed hands. Brandy. Gin and Kuemmel. $1.00, sl50. Irl 75 i Iti Ion old 76, pure Bourbon $2.50 gallon other whiskies. $1.00, $1.25, i a and $1.75 , Oil Clollis Lino Lens. Rugs. Mats it pm nest matting and window shades the. Corner room we have devoted exclusively to these goods and a in it interest no line we have we can a nit All parties in prices and patterns. In Wool carpets Down to 08c, and Good ingrain 28 and o2e Yard a Brussels. 4&Quot.c a Yard Liest Brns Seis toc Yard velvets 75o Yard Nice lag carpet. Philadelphia make 18cyard chinese matting 12c, 15c and 20c Yard tugs 0c, 45c, 65c. $1.25, and $3.50 Olli cloths one Yard wide said. 20c and 80c one and one half Yards wide 30c and 42c a Ard to Yards wide. 40c and 60c Yard two and one half Yards wide 75c Yard linoleum two aids wide. 85c. And $1.25 Yard. Window Buve a Good Shade at 10c each extra at 25c each Best at 35c Eracli. Also lace curtains a Verj Nice one As Low As 45c pair extra Nice $1.00. $1.25 and $2.00 pair. We have a Fine line of these goods and can eave our customers Money of these Good to As Well As on other Wayne fruit House a. A Meese to sorial Parlours a Aoa cad Subis a a to Stag 2te�.tl3r use amp of. Shoo on South Street one door was of but Bezub office. Monroeville ind $1.25 per year. F. E. Kline r. W. amp we terms a Well drillers school of Short and fort Wayne ind. Send Lor handsome catalogue. L. Staples. Pafk. Wanted an Buhn amp co., Patent attorneys we Ehia ton d. A. For their s1,s00 Priam off galvanized steel or Wood. Galvanized or painting. Drive Wells Spray pumps tanks pipe pc. All kind of repair work a specially and promptly attended to. Jionzo Eville. Indiana. Banners not ii e. The Breeze office is prepared to furnish you printed envelopes it the following prices 250 xxx 6 Inch wove $1.00. 100 xxx g Inch wove .45. 50 xxx 6 Inch wove .25. We can furnish coloured or White All Good Quality. Orders filled while you wait. The Monroeville Breeze of ice Arm m acts Anu Nybom vow a Rell Feu a Wilby or. Miles nerve plaster. All Pala Bacie Hea by or. Lilies Pala put in

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