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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - April 19, 1888, Fort Wayne, Indiana A ii or cede. A a Itab blushed in 1sc9. John b. , proper. Pm Jim a a Sny do the brew a be 3uildin�, e0kk0eti1le. Indiana. Ferms Lor fio vet by Droum on copy one Yaar postage included.$1.35 one oops six month. A a .75 amp is copy tji Reo Mouths a a a a .35 a Ingle copies.06 Kates of advertising r x Pov line Brevier . Ftp dial ratesf6r dlr play . Job work promptly a1id neatly Dohe. L 30 00 ? of in 00 to 35 id �8 00 let a Tes of and Eris not the following a a the rate a of advertising Ili the v ii Keck. One Stu be our insertion. Our Square four insertions. One a Quave three months. One Square one year. One co Mali one year. A column one year. Column one year. Cards Fen lines or Quot when taken by tiie year x-w�?��joc�1 notices in local column cd Iii per line for each a a local locals under this j head 0 cents line insertion i each subsequent insert Ion. -5 cents per 1 line. Ir3 notices of tar Higes and deaths i it vill be published Gratis. Obi i nary tick s. Car is old thanks. Church socials find Sabbath school concerts will be Cli v Ted half Prie. 6. A do Nini tra Torso and no ties $2.25. All other Legai advertising per sonar for fir insertion and 5i> cents per s or re each in-f�crt3oii.-j- Ira a it work one Hail added and ruled and ii guru work double Price. Air vant it Pound. Lost and for Bale notices. 25 cent each insertion. Marina not s Cros a itis. Weddings Are plenteous. A a log in a Corn crib. Bouquets Are coming in appearance. Quot Why ave the majority of negroes republicans be deaf to the quarrelsome and dumb to the inquisitive. John n. Huffman s pet has almost disappeared. In was a boil. Be reporter visited the Home of Nicholas Heilman sr., a sunday last. W e learn that the matrimonial Bells will ring near Naples the 24 inst. Since Philip pry received his new buggy he wears a great big smile. James Adfield moved Thiee Miles South West of Here wednesday last. Anger May glance in the breast of a Wise Man but rests Only in the bosom of fools. Cora in by of Maples was the guest of miss Nettie Gratian the hitter part of last week. But Liia was not in the Way of them enjoying themselves for a Good time was had by All present. Be reporter extends to Vliem a warm congratulation. A have you seen those Spring goods at eed Elsheimer a Model store. tuesday april 10th, 1888, or. We. Berman of Adams township to miss Bell daughter of John Nail of Jefferson township. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Choc la in the German lutheran Chapel six Miles West of Here Between the hours of two and three p. M. When the Bride and Groom arrived at the Home of the brides parents a feast was spread consisting of the choicest dainties and the guests about fifty in number smiled As they devoured the wedding feast. The i clemency of the weather made it some what bad for the occasion As a Poi Tion of the guests that had an invitation could not attend but however those who were present amused themselves in a sociable and political conversation and by drinking a sufficient Quantity of the Foamy beverage until in the evening the program avas changed to the tripping of the Light fantastic toe. Everything went Oil peaceably and quietly and the Best of order was manifested by the guests As could be anticipated with the exception of Daniel g., As he hooted the words a a whoops be hoc Teeth to re Ville. Trull nit. At Monroe Al ,33 scatter messes. John Fry sr., Henry Fry and John Castle were in it. Wayne on sat-urda3 last. Philip Fry who was quite ill last week we Are pleased to state is Able to be Aboul again. Our brother pc was noticed in this Section Iasi week shaking hands i his old friends. J our this is one of the enjoyable of j the cold epidemic is the main ailing j casinos be reporter has witnessed and j at present. It arises from the sudden j May their Joys through life be As deep changes of weather. J As the sea and their sorrows a As Light i the measles and mumps have almost i Astl a foam is the wish of your Humble taken a clean sweep and but Lew cases servant. Re he presents furnished in j can be heard of at present j Quot Wui. Howell is a poor hand to judge individuals from the Way he made his gcotuie.-. On George last saturday. Emmet. Whitney can ikast on having i the finest Holstein cattle Lor Sullivan drives the hairy while Emmet guides . Hull Wall paper and Ces Lilg decorations at mock Bottom prices. An elegant line to select from. P handsome combinations with 1 come and see us get goods to suit you and save Money. Exports to match up handsome combinations with harmonious . It Loncz. Lii Ici Usta Alioa window curtains artists materials. 90 Calhoun Street fort Wayne ind. Will express Sample bocks and pay Cli Arges loth ways. Telephone to. 285, fruit House Peis the year a great Zebed a a Tisza. In. . Prunes Clea Pex Tab Axi. Udine cd a apples Best q so. Psi Pov ured. Sus cars teas and Coffee s. T be pit the guests were As follows Daniel and Stephen Bolyard clothes wringer a i tie Wiler Iuan. Cane bottomed chair or. And mrs. Jacob Fry lamp John Bolyard table cloth miss Riel ii Dower bed spread a. Norwald Bible Clara Sanders pair vases mrs. Daniel Nail six dinner plates sirs. M. Thompson Elmr Gadav april in i883. Russia is expelling tows from their territory. Quot Western Ijo oms this Spring seem to be on to e decline Tun recent a Railroad strike Cost Over two million dollars and the promoters accomplished nothing. N i35rwa3�erkabimflka? Miasma county republicans at their convention last week endorsed Hon. Albert Porter for governor. Riik ans of Ohio seem to be More in favor of Blaine for president than their own statesman John Gherman. Half dozen napkins i Nam Aminous we. Bearman and wife will locate on j cake stand Henry Bolyard set table John it Aii Sunn which was recently j knives and Forks John Quot Webster wine vacated by grandpa cattle in Jefferson township. in this Section seem to be on the decrease instead of gain a ground. If they expect to gain ground they want to be wakening up. Hoscoe Fox Kling Ono of the greatest statesmen this nation Ever produced died at his room in the Hoffman House Annex w wednesday morning. He was a Republic and by his Deil the the party has lost a be actor w Hose place cannot easily be supplied. It has now been discovered by the business menus Exchange acc it. Wayne since the recent e0le upon Tho gravel Load Purchase that two of said roads Are lawfully the property of Allen county their Charters having expired some time since. How strange it is that this discovery was not made before it looks a Little As though the Exchange had the cat by the Tail but did not dare let it go until alter an Effort was first made to defraud the tax pay ers out of the Price of them if possible. A saw a a a Tou a citizen. On sunday last a Young Tough at Maples Thomas Middleton by name finout provocation assaulted a tramp named Simon Goin Zor on the rail Road track near that station. Young Middleton remarked to so to companions of Liis that he proposed to have some fun with the Lone tramp and commenced pelting him with stones. It appears that he found a Boulder of considerable size which to threw with such Force that striking the tramps leg on the Shin Bone an a ugly compound fracture resulted. Later the victim of the malicious assault was taken care of by the citizens of Mariles and was taken to the st. Joseph Hospital in the City of it. Quot Wayne by James Fry and Sam Hite the latter a Constable who also arrested Middleton and delivered him to sheriff Yirberg. The injuries to Geinzer a leg were so serious that it was found necessary to amputate it monday afternoon. Middleton who has served a term in the i a orm school and is not yet of age was taken before Justice Ryan monday on a charge of assault with intent to kill. I33e was remanded to jail lorem in Ped Thyl Alesuk of Liis victim s jul try Rita Geo. Middleton and Geo. Jaap both of Maples with their families moved to it. Wayne last monday a week where they intend to locate. No Sabbath school last Sabbath on account. Of the i clemency of the weather. Preaching at the usual hour by Rev. Bow next Sabbath. Frank Maples of Maples known As a Telegraph operator has come to the conclusion that he will not accept his position in China for s75.00 a month. Julius Monno and Louis Gerrard of Jefferson township will run the tile factory this summer which is now vacated by same a Bacon in the above township. The Massilon correspondent in a recent Issue asked the following question a Why Are some people like an interrogation Point a answer because their ask so Many questions. Married at the bridles residence in Adams township tuesday april 17, or. Jacob Flaugh to miss Lii Liia Dover the occasion was a Verj pleasant one and our Best of wishes go with these Young folks. Jim delivered an eloquent discourse on the Public Highway at this place last week. Jim is a Hustler on discourses but he emphasizes his words to the highest Point and the result is that he runs out of atmosphere. The Massilon reporter has an excellent signature but we advise him to add a few More words As u. C. I. X. Feet to Excel next new year As it would suit his proceedings that he has stamped since his arrival As a reporter. To Templi Atily extend our thanks to the individual who gave the full historical explanation of the easter egg in a recent Issue of the Breeze. We judge from that flowery anecdote he would make a first class poet. A Lints Bobby you Are to inquisitive. Last saturday Henry Blakely and family moved to Wapakoneta Ohio. He came Here last fall having rented one of p. Marquardt a farm which is now vacated by l. Bolyard but the latter refused to yield so Blakely returned to ius old Home As he had no work Here. The boys known As Hinzie Doc and Park had poor Luck on their fishing expedition recently for they hailed a a Jack with Tho intention of catching a sucker but their fishing tackle broke Well i mean their false novel leaked out before this Issue. Phew boys local sittings Are not so scarce that we must write pm Down As to Are told and for All of that it is to Early in the season for Flash to bite especially suckers. Miss Mary Al Felt and or. John Hoffman sr., both residents of this Section wore United in the holy Bonds of Matrimony at the grooms residence on sunday last april 15, 1888. A minister who preaches the gospel at the German lutheran Chapel three and one Hall Miles South West of Here tied the knot. But Lew Gaes Tjw were present. Set a. E. Bacon half dozen napkins Lydia Richard Honey dish Mary Richard vegetable dish Henry Norwold Settable knives mrs. Eliza Bolyard bed spread Abbie Whitney fruit dish Philip Veit lamp Geo. And Mary Fry bed spread Adah Dickerson fruit dish Annie b. Wright perfume bottle and be reporter a pair of towels. . Notice of election. To the voters of the incorporated town of Monroeville ind. Notice is hereby Given that an election will be held on the first monday in May 188s, the same being the 7t5i Day of May 18s8, at the town Hall of Monroeville Indiana for the purpose of electing the following officers to wit one trustee for the first Ward. A a a fourth. A a a a treasurer. A a clerk. A a marshal. In witness whereof i have Hereunto set my hand Aud Seal of said town this 10th Day of april 1888. Cimias. C. Meyers clerk. An end to Bone Edward Shepherd of Harrisburg. 111., says a having received so much Benefit from Eleft tric bitters i feel if my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years my doctors told me i would Havo to have the Bone scraped or leg amp sated. I use i. Instead tire bottles of electric bitters and seven boxes of buc Kienz a Arnica Salve and my a it a is now sound and electric bitters i e sold at fifty cents a bottle and Fiuek Lens Arnica Salve at 25 cts. Per Box by s. A. Shank Western and Southern excursions. Reduced rates via Pennsylvania lines West of Pittsburgh. Ticket at one fare for the to and trip to representative Points in Iowa Minnesota Dakota Nebraska Kansas Arkansas Texas and new Mexico will be sold from stations on the Pennsylvania lines West of Pittsburgh on March 2th. April 3d and 21th, May 8th and 22nd, june 5th and path 18s8. Tickets atom fare for the round trip to representative Points in Kentucky Tennessee Louisana Mississippi Alabama Georgia North and South Carolina and Florida will be sold on March 20th an i april eth Aud 23d, 1888. All tickets wiil be Good returning within thirty Days from Date of Sale. For further Aud. Complete information apply to the nearest passenger or ticket agent of the Pennsylvania co. Pittsburgh Cincinnati pfc st. Lotus by co., or Chicago st. Louis amp Pittsburgh r. R. Co. 5t. Of ? no Advance on sugar. The Market is Strong and higher but having per chased a Large Stock at the decline we can still sell at the old prices. 1 est con Recti ouers a sugar 7 a Choice extra sugar go Cut loaf Tugar and powdered a sugar Sec granulated sugar t l-2c Nice Brown 5 1-2. 3&io. And Java coi foe Green and hosted. The coiled Market under Short crop influences but mainly through speculation has ruled High All the season but the limit has been reached and codes Are now lower. The very Best Golden Bio 17c Good fair Kio 13 old government Java Best 23c Choice roasted Limo Best la Best .isted government Java 28 Dannemiller 20 German 20c lion Coffee 20. , Slack and Young Hyson 20c Good us Best 30c Imperial Tea. Good 30c Best. 30c Gunpowder Tea Good 30c Best 50c Oblong or a Hyk Lei ,2-> Best ode Japan Tea Good 25c Best. 5�?~5c. English Bra Ikea it the Verv Best 50�. Our Tea Trade in consequence of Hie a priced coffees has doubled the past year. Goo i teas at 20 Aud 30 cents a Pound is relatively cheaper thin Coffee at 22c. A Pound. We Purchase direct of the import i a and sell direct to our customers thereby saving our customers the intermediate profits of the wholesale merchant Aud jobber which is at least 10 to 20 cents. Foreign fits Malaga Valencia raisins 12c Needles Sultana raisins 10c Loose mos Catel raisins 14c Santee currants 8c shelled Almons 30c leghorn nitrous 23c Orange and Lemon Peel 18c. Best turkish prunes. 3c layer figs lbs layer dates 8c new Valencia raisins so pitted cherries 25. Domestic dried fruits dried raspberries 30c dried peaches 10c dried apples 0c dried blackberries 13c California peeled peaches 30c dried California apricots 20c. Candies toy pure stick amp Frenchi Casady. Best stick Candy 10c Best French mixed candies 10c Cream Caudy 13c. Huts. Brazil nuts 10c quart soft Shell Almond 15c quart English walnuts and filberts 12 l-2c quart. Assorted mixed nuts 15c quart. Syrups Maple and sugar syrups and new Orleans molasses. Pure Maple syrup sue a gallon Golden drips 40c a gallon sorghum. 50o a gallon new Orleans molasses 30 Best 50c a gallon. The sorghum is splendid and 10c lower than to Ever sold it before. Wines and ijiquor3 for Marieal purposes. Old 70, 82.30 a gallon two year old $1.75 one year old $1.40 p a gallon new Yvo Hisky $1 Aud 1.25 per gallon port and Sherry wine $1.2j per gallon California wine $1.25 per gallon wines in bottles 40c. Machine oils. Fisli Oil 3lard Gil and neat afoot Oil and headlight Oil and Castor Oil. Fish Oil per gallon 70c heat foot Oil 80c per gallon lard Oil 70c per Gal Ion machine Oil dark. 20c per gallon Golden 30o per gallon Castor Oil �1.75 per gallon headlight Oil 12c per gallon. Tobacco and cigars plu.? tobacco smoking tobacco and Fine Cut. Horse. Shoe tobacco 50c j. T 45c rats 35c. Glory 45c old port 40c wild Flower 40c. Per Pound. Fine Cut 35c, 50c Best Ioc per Pound. Biio-20c, 25c Best Durha 45c per Pound. Choice cigars $1.50 per Box Good cigars Goc and $1.00 per Box 25c on tie 313ollar saved at tie fort Wayne fruit House the Ille Geb Seni Sef Crenela i amp order Aad Siva de a. Naa9 this Pater Sqq then ordering a i a or. S. E. Mentzer physician and surgeon. Calls promptly attended to Day or a gut a of fico in main Street. Mohbosvili., who. A a it 0 92 Beautiful $275 Organ a amp $99.00. Stool Book free. Other Beautiful styles from so to $375. Circulars free on application. Special 30 Day offer now ready. The oldest Organ manufacturer la Washington n. J. 30 years j organa to lib sort an will be sent on 15 Days test Thal. 29,000 of these organs now in use. They Aro Beautiful they Are Sweet their Are a toting arts Irmaa be manufacturer ily. Aug Tom Washington n. J. Black Smithing in All its departments. Horse shoeing a specially All orders in my line promptly filled a also yet chinary surgeon. All diseases of the feet such As corns contracted feet. Quitters Sand cracks Etc. Aud All diseases of the Domestic animal Jive Caret id attention. Shop and office on Corner of Maiu and intr Chart streets Monroeville Tod. This i m. Dawson attorney at Law. And g Bank Block East booms 5 main Street fort Wayne ind shoe shop. Having opened up a shop in the Dunezk building i am now prepared to do ail work eur trusted to my care on Short notice in a Workman like manner and at Low prices. Boots and shoes made to order. Call when Vou have any work. O a _ . C. E. House Carriage sign and ornamental paper hanging a speciality. Call and see to before giving out your work or address c. A. Weber hours Cilie

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