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 Market he ports. Bui ror Ltd v a a. A mos i . Thor Nav sept. 17, �?T96. Plied us e. Corrected weak i y by a a. S. In . ,. .20 Ivy i. I 1 5. Kloc. -2. A lh.2<k-. Ufi use. Per lb.4<jc. Jct y . It fat a . 10. F k i a. I t1 1 a. 1 Lotif. I.-4 r 1 a a. He flour. Per Pound v in Tim j sgt in. Per bbl. A by it res in. A a Clover. To m to . Wiwi. 941 3.i3u 80 1.00 .1.50. 13 j i Al Ctol Mouv. Per a a it i j Quot. Of Iuka. I t r r re. Civ i. A hot. W i u.-. Week y by the mile Allevato r. A id. We eat. Monroe $3.40. .2. A l in to club. A. 40 w a Quot Loo Ilis �1 00 �1 a �jilt1 gi65la v. In it a a it irn a in it i it lbs. Z 45 40 a 5 it Cru. F it i it Nvia a a a it a. Or set f a 1 Lipini 1 it vol. Uiha i 71 i. L it it. Uis a. 1 100 ibs. A y it i in 2 2. 1.1 fat 4 00it ij-3. 1� <&13 re i in. .1.2. ,.00. Ltd a 100. C>0. Ltd to. I u.s�ok�?~1.2 . To ground per Loo ibs. 85. A a a Oil it it .11 ii v. A Ltd it. .50.25 $6 �0 \1-11 11 it i i Al v a. S a a hut. L ipod a Iii in to via Ltd it. in Uitz custom feed ground v. Luo t a a a 2.00 a join operas this a a Eck a Are Mil a. Inti arrangements for his old time Ralley Torch Light procession to be yield u it . A Harry eldest son i and mrs. S. Clem left saturday last for Terre haute ind., to enter the state Normal College. He expects to take a three four years course studies. A mrs. Baker Payne o., was Here saturday evening attending the Christian social held at the residence w. J. Cowan. On her return Home she was accompanied by j. T. Baker who remained there Over sunday. A Rev. F. T. Simpson fort Wayne was Here Friday and sat Day. He conducted the quarterly meeting the Monroeville circuit the m. E., Church at Massillon which was attended by Large audiences each Day. A parents whose children Are i acted with whooping cough should refrain from sending them to school allowing them to he about the Street. A number scholars a Ere sent Home from school owing to being afflicted with this disease. A this evening a sound Money meeting will be addressed at the g. A. Pi., Hall by Bash Bulson Lukens and Yarnell All prominent citizens the Summit City. The party also composes the Lukens glee club and thus All who attend will be entertained. L7t�� r i amp fir a fit la Xiv Large crowd gathered at the residence . And mrs. W. J. Cowan last saturday night to pay them a cordial greeting before Tak Jing their leave absence to their a future Home at Decatur. The ladies the Christian Church also held their social at the same time and were Well pleased Over the result both socially and financially. Be. Murrield has set an example for others to follow in the Way placing a new Feike along one Side the old m. E., cemetery. This is an improvement that should be appreciated by those who have a -.1 a i. I beg fort Wayne a it y tuesday. H in Tor Bucyrus o., departed relatives and friends lying e to miss Nettie Meyers a in this City the dead. Others should take up the work Dwiere . Murfield left off and continue it around the ground. A Bev. W. Murray and family will leave tomorrow Friday for a in stay hut. Pm s. Nettie Ireland Defiance 0., is to it her parents . Aud sirs. C. W. Rollins. A Silas Nelson returned Home. Of Quot i it Lav last from a two weeks visit week 8 visit among friends in the i tir Tives at Binil ton ind. A Ortli part tile state. While. I gone the kev., will conduct Quarter town lot. Free irom taxes y meeting services for his brother encumbrances Tor Sale j at Osceola in St. Joseph county. Price Call at this Orfice. Consequence the pastors and mrs. Steele deca-1 absence there will be no preaching guests . And at Robinson Chapel pleasant a i r fur w it in to mrs. S. M. Williams sunday last. A mrs. J. T. Baker returned Home saturday evening last from a weeks visit with relatives at Payne. Ohio. A we. Mercer and wife Salem Ohio Are the guests his was e / ,.� accompany -. Of i i i1 a Dickerson to Van Wert next Grove the methodist Church in town next sunday. Other services at the above named places As usual. A at a me. T no Phoenix b a s band last tuesday evening George aged father Daniel Mercer and other relatives this week. Floter Tsehan a we give 38 lbs 1-2 Patent flour for a Basliel Standard wheat. Also Exchange for bran and . A Albert Brandenberg has moved two Miles West Maples and Able the tailor has moved into the boy property vacated by Brandenberg. Week in which City a meeting will be held for the purpose organizing a band association to be composed All the bands in every City town township within a Radious seventy five Miles Van Wei to. The purpose this organization is to elevate musicians and draw All bands together twice a year More and have a general Good time such As was experienced at Van Wert last week. The Bryan club wigwam was a Poison Ivy insect bites bruises seals Burns Are quickly. Cured by Dewitt switch Hazel a am crowded last saturday even a j1 �?1m cing by anxious searchers advise and enlightenment upon the great question a a Money that is now being agitated. Addresses were Salve the great pile . S. Jones. A the citizens Jackson town ship and Vicinity will be addressed j male by Walpole Colerick one saturday evening at Baldwin ind., by the Hon. Carl p. Swain fort Wayne. A miss Beach arrived Here saturday evening last and began her labors As teacher the primary department in Public schools monday morning. A a boys will be boys a but you can to afford to lose any them. Be ready for the Green Apple season the Ablest lawyers and statesmen that Northern Indiana Ever produced and s. F. Swain. Next saturday evening another meeting will be held at which addresses will be made by Hon. John s. Snook a Paulding o., and Clem Kain son Rev. D. F. Kain our City. Glee club and band will also be present. A Hon. A. Hauseman by having Dewitt a Colin amp cholera1 Elkhart ind., will address the my cure in the . S. Jones. Kinley club and the people Mon a Louis Guillot George Baker Seville at the g. A. Shall next Louis Kaii Frank Jerome a Dritsos a. He Otto Reamsnider were at Paulding Quot t formerly been an i l adv Cator democratic principles Ohio wednesday last attending the and former chairman amp a county county fair who club m Progress in Centra committee his party in that City this we. A strict where he resides. This a it does no to matter much Wyeth j being the Case he will no doubt sick headache bilious Ness Indi Endeavor to enlighten the people Gest Ion and constipation Are caused upon the present sound Money Fry neglect by unavoidable Cir question and Tell what he know3 cum stances Dewitt a Little Early in his opinion the disadvantaged risers will speedily care them All. To the people and country should it Jones. I free Silver via the Duj a saturday next sept. 19th is just one Hundred years since the father our country the Ven Erable George Washington made his Farewell address to the people that Day. A the boys were out with their horns and tin pans last evening at the Waterman Montgonery Bell Ini and some the Young men indulged in an act that May Cost them More Money than sport. Esq. Mccormick will ask them to answer for their conduct. A it is stated that Rev. W. Murray was accosted by two unknown men la t Friday night Between this place and Massillon who ordered him to halt. The rever and has quite a spirited horse and thus succeeded in getting away from the scoundrels although it is said they followed him for some distance. Rev. Murray had been at Massillon attending quarterly meeting and no doubt the per Efra tors imagined he had drawn his pay. It is getting pretty thick when such Fellows attempt such an act upon a minister especially at times when they Seldom get an Opportunity to partake a sump thous meal let alone getting their pay. Did Yon Julver try electric bitters As a remedy for your troubles ? if not get a bottle now and get Relief. This Medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the Relief and cure All female complaints exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss appetite constipation headache fainting spells Are nervous sleepless excitable melancholy troubled with dizzy spells electric bitters is the Medicine you need. Health and strength Are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents and $1.00 at w. O. Sweany a drug store. A last saturday evening mrs. C. J. Bre Raan retired for the evening but had just passed into a doze f sleep when she was awakened by foot Steps in the sitting room opposite her sleeping apartment. Supposing it was her husband but the hour being very Early she wondered Why . Breman had closed Bis place business so soon and As she spoke to the person whom she supposed to be her companion quickening Steps were heard and the Man passed through the room and out the door through which he had entered. An investigation revealed the fact that the Man was a thief and had broken into the House no doubt supposing that no one was at Home. Airs. Bre Many a timely Awakening to doubt saved her silverware and Many articles which the intruder would have carried off but As it was he got nothing. As we have heretofore warned our readers we again admonish one and All to be the Alert for such dastardly outlaws and thieves. The country is full them and indications Are that we have some them among us. Great Triumph. Instant Relief experienced and a permanent Enre by the Mont Speed v and greatest remedy in the Roll a Ottoa. Cure for lung and Throat a Mease s Why wiil Jon continue to irritate your Throat and Lunga with Itiat terrible hacking cough when w. O. Sweeny sole agent will furnish Yon a free earn pie bottle this great guaranteed remedy its Success is simply wonder Ful As your druggist will Tell von. Sample free. Large bottles 50c and 25c. In writing. A written guarantee excellence goes with everyone the and it s a guarantee you can hold us to Quick Bakers Superior cookers powerful Heaters. Ask Fri the Peninsular Brand and be determined to get it a for Sale by j. 6. Niezer amp co jewel stoves Are sold by Geo. 8pak farm Machiner \ every description. Plows harrows cultivators mowers reapers and Grain d a is. Wasg6ns. Carriages and Illi s. Shelf and heavy hardware Ozet list .a.3stid Foice up tits ii wire Kail. Sto. F m spouting. Tin and Iron roofing a specify j. B. Niezer amp co. Building material lumber lath amp shingles. Pine amp always is Stock Gable ornaments door and. Window frames Maine to Ordie. New and elegant Poarch designs a specially. The Payne furniture and manufacturing co., Payne Ohio Are prepared to furnish the Trade with building material at the very lowest prices and Short notice. Poplar siding and Pine Florin it always in Stock and careful attention Given to the execution special designs in ornamental work. Give us a Call when in our City. Office and Mills opposite depot one Ohio. The Best organs pianos sewing machines to buy for durability and give Universal satisfaction is the spices and Malcome love piano. Waterloo and Princess organs and the Champion and new Idle sewing machines. For Sale in Monroeville by w. H. Leroy. A a a tvs a j a a a i Monroeville ind the Best ssi a Fornols bused at Reab Ckarle Bates. Sample wagons Aud buggies for coir Mercial travellers. Horses boarded it it the Day Wryk. Stable South Street. By Taylor. J. Dot alleges. Fri Bice attention Given to the drafting deeds Mort Gage and the collecting claims. 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