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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - April 27, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Pittsburgh fort Wayne and Chicago r. R. A schedule in effect Marci i 8th, 1888. Trains leave Monroeville As follows bound. Atlantic express. Daily 6 00 a to Crestline express a f 7 28 a m 3>rt.y express t 9 3� p in t2s Al Luff a let a a n m continue to pay High prices for produce. A owing to the illness of Rev. W. I. Taylor there waa no preaching at the m. Church last sunday evening. Any one intending to paper their House will save Money by buying wallpaper at redelsheimer s Model store a pied Elsheimer a Model store will Nofe enter the combination but will daily t 25 p in westbound. Fust line f 11 45-am Crestline express f it 48p m local freight f i-1-� p m Pacific express 12 50, a a stops every monday morning. Al to music lessons on either piano or Organ. Also lessons in German. Mks Edward Drake. A a countryman being asked in whom he put his Trust said when he had a cold he put it in or. Fenners cough a Quot War prices a Ali aug of the past. F daily except sunday. Pullman Palace sleeping and Buffet j he Ney. Cars attached to through trains run w without change West bound to Chicago 7. J should think so when Vall a East bound to Pittsburgh Harrisburg i a ej1 1 sl30um so when Wail a Baltimore. Washington Philadelphia per is sold so Low at redelsheimer a and new York. J Model store. For time tables. Rates of fare through tickets and baggage checks j a prof. Manger was kindly re Mem mud further information regarding Trio inv Liis pupils on. Thursday be running of trains apply to 1. A . F. Hayes agent Monroeville ind Nuis a Complete Surprise and an in James Mccrea e. A. Foid j a Cable time. Manager. G. P. Amp t. At t ,.pittsburgh a. J is done to buy your Spring and sum Moi dresses until you go to Redel shiite re a Model store and examine the Stock of dress goods. A Mentzer amp Mcintosh have abandoned their Branch livery stable at corrected weekly by new Haven und returned their horses 1. S. . J and big Gas to this place. Monroe Villa time Day april 19, 88. J �?ztatistien.1. Reports from the a 7 x it i a department slows that the condition wheat 83c, Lye 4gc Cora 4gc, of to crop in Indiana will be Oats pc Clover seed &i>0 a Sac 1 4.00 Timothy Hay 9.0. J Only about two thirds of a crop. Produce. A every one is making improvements potatoes 1.20 Navy peans 3 00 that will in the inter Cau a people who Laid per lb., 8c butter. Lie eggs 12c visit this place speak in glowing terms hour per sack 1 15 i Lour Pei bbl., amp a a thriving and nos porous town. Monroeville Public schools. Report for school year beginning sept. 3, 1887, closing april 20,1888. M. F. T. Number of pupils enrolled 138. 100.238 average daily attendance 99. 77. 176 a a a a absence chances for tardiness no. cases of a a a a weeks of school a a Davs a a a a 19. 14. 33 27104 205. 148. 353 31 154 names of pupils who have not been absent or tardy during the entire year. First Grade. Daniel Lallement Frank Freese Delbert Edwards. Total 3. Second Grade. Ida Freese Jolt Isenberger town and country news. Alice Miller. Total 3. Third Grade. Earle Corbaley. Total 1. Fifth Grade. Cd Larance Corbaley. Total 1. Grand total 8. Market a spout. 4.50 Salt per bbl., 1.00 beeswax la dried apples. 8c feathers geese 45c. Editor of Csc to go to s Model store for shoes there you will find the largest and most Complete Stock in town names of pupils not absent More than two Days during the entire year. First Grad 13. Roy Corbaley. Total 1. Third Grade. May Mercer Chauncey Debolt Ada Shell Freddie Freese. Total 4. Fourth Grade. Loa Lewis Mary Miller Adolph redelsheimer Bertie Brown. Total 4. Fifth Grade. Cora Davis Hattie Congleton Fransena Vince. Total a 3. Grand total 12. Luna Buchanan and Lydia Clem have not been absent daring the entire year. Bimonthly a port. In order to close out our Stock of ladies wraps and mensa Over Coats. We Elul sell a names of. Pupils who have not been please announce my name As a can and sold at Naves that def rom pit i Lue for Tho Offlio of Marshall Lor the a ski lat 1c� a a buy compe i absent or tardy dims the months of did town of Monroeville. Uko. Heller. A Octy commissioner. To the editor of the Breeze p Elise announce the mime of ram Nell it Olvy id of Jii Ekson township As a Candi Nate for county commissioner of District no 3 of Allen county subject to the decision of i lit democratic convention. Tion. J a the agricultural society will meet j next saturday afternoon at their Hall. After that they will meet the last saturday in every month during the summer. J a a barn owned by the Catholic de March and april. First Grace Overly Delbert Edwards Frank Miller. Second Ida Freese nomination was moved by Waterman John Isenberger i last week to the South Side of the lot j Cla Rauco hunger a Farmers ate blowing for Corn. A st la the improvements goes on. J upon which the new Church is to to a More new improvements. Let the erected. Good work 5,0 on. J a the Strong Point in which 1 a latest styles of furniture at lowest the a a Davis Lias fought and won so prices at m. j Many Battles is the a vertical feed Cita full Hue of Spring goods just an improvement used on no other sow received at Edwards. J la Chine. For latest styles of furniture at Low i in order to Easo Tea worrying of 2?rices Call at m. Strassl. A Frank old War is received a lot of new . The past week. A prof. Manger spent the fore part of this week at fort Wayne. Remen has the finest prepared Tabic. Pickles to be found in town. A a rubber boots cheaper at by Elsiei Mer s Model store than any where. Notions in great variety and at wonder Lully Low prices at Edwards. A mrs. C. A. Nill visited relatives at fort Wayne the fore part of this week. 1 a a. Bryan is spoken of As a Candida to for councilman from the fourth . A ii Igli Glancy is piecing a new Fence around his property on Barnhart Street. A Elmer spake and lady will occupy t in i ouse now occupy de by Jacob c Oiler. I kill Ards is leading All others in latest styles newest patterns and lowest p ice. A the work of repairing and remodelling the lutheran Church will so ii be it commenced. Henry i this adding some lasting improvements to his property on Mulberry Street. T a come to the Breeze office for your j b work. Sale and horse Bills print a on notice. A mrs Vilosa Kod Elsheimer returned from a weeks visit with relatives at it. Wayne. Yesterday. A mis. May Johnson of Van Wert. O., is spending a few lays with her sifter mrs. P. Erick. A Rev. Taylor pastor of the m. E., Church after an illness of several Days is Able 1o be up town. A after a weeks visit with relatives in Michigan mrs. Kiev. S. P. Steven resumed Home monday. A it Doug to fail to attend the concert tomorrow eve it the Christian Chapel. Admission 10 anti 15 cent. A the property of w. P. Smith on South Street has been greatly improved by the use of the paint Brush. A prof. Munger visited the City schools of Foi t Wayne with supt. Felt on tuesday and wednesday i the Young ladies who paraded the 1 streets recently in mens garments we i make tie correction of the evening 1 from saturday to Friday. I a under the management of mrs e. I Baker the Central House is conducted in such a manner that every one who stops there Speaks in the highest terms of the House As a first class Hoel. £2t�?Tshoes for men shoes for women. A shoes for misses a shoes for boys and shoes for children can be had at lied Elsheimer Model store. Prices lower than any other House in town. A Decatur Lias a girl who possesses the qualities of a heroine. In the ardent embrace of her Lover she endured the fracture of two of her ribs and a severe concussion of her lungs without a Mur me i. �?3. Vanosdale moved his family and household goods to fort Wayne i Sec monday where they will reside in the future. Grade. Freddie Colyer Frank Freese total 5. Grade. Alice Miller Calvin Miller total 5. Third Grade. Dovie Aue gear Edwards Ada Shell Grace Sweaney. C Harles Bramen Earle Corbaley Louis Fin an. Total 7 Focken Grad i. Loa Lewis Vergie Lewis Mary Miller Artie Edwards John Finan Otto Beame Snider. Total c. Fietti a Tjadie. Luna Buchanan Lydia Clem Cora Davis Minnie Murchland Clarance Corbaley Julius a a trass. Total 6. Grand total 2 the Abov is in acc Orcade with the teachers reports. I Essec fully j. B. Mux Geu Quot in or tie thirty Days. We have a hire a Ltd a of men and boys clot which we will sell lower than they can be bought at any other House in. The country in order to reduce our Stock before 1st. No trouble to show goods. Come in and examine before purchasing. Edwards makes a specially of the Best shoes in the Market. A a look before you leap. Done to buy before visiting m. Sir ass furniture booms where you will find a full assortment of the Best and latest styles of furniture. Prices lower than Ever been sold in Monroeville or elsewhere. My motto is a a Quick sales and Small profits. A on Quot wednesday evening of this week a pleasant to it us prise parly was held at the or. Vanosdale has Boen a its t reside Joe of Geo. Ident of this place for some Twenty Odd years. A grandma Fisher Mother of mrs e. Baker the popular Landlady of the j Meyer in Jackson township. The occasion being in Honor of mrs. Meyers 55 birth Day and was certainly enjoyed by her More than any period she can recall from her child Central House who has been quite sick a a cd up to tie present. There Over seventy live persons present and from reports All came prepared to have a More pleasant time than upon a common every Day visit. It has become a custom among the ladies who Are to take never kill the Hen that lays the Golden egg. The people have found out who has been their friends for two years past. They know we have stood by them and in return they Are standing by us. Hence the crowds that Fleck to our is Ore. New and Complex s Stock of clothing hats and Caps boots shoes and stray goods. Bargain Cash store of by to Fira Piir for the past two weeks has sufficient As to be Able to be up and about the House. Pm Quot forgiving is divine and some people Cau forgive anything but nobody would forgive a Man that will not take advantage of the Low prices that Are being asked for All kinds of goods at d. 5. Ked Elsheimer a Model store. Esp prices Cut to pieces on Wall paper at bed Elsheimer a Model store Browns 12c, per double Bolt Whites part on such occasions t o see that every thing is arranged properly and in doing this the3 never forget them st inviting p it of All that of prepare e plenty to partake of. The Supply of viands on the occasion in question was far greater than the multitude of guests were Able to consume there being no newspaper we desire to announce that we Are making first class photograph s and tiny types at very reasonable prices. Good Ipi Iotch son Cloudy Days Well As Clear. All work warranted and satisfaction Guaran tee Ltd. Call and see us in the Engle building Over Shank s drug store before going elsewhere. Engle a is co. Monroeville ind. A. Got Strolly physician Atul surge01t. Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Monroeville and Vicinity All Calls promptly attended to both Day or night office in building second door South from the South East Corner of Mulberry and South streets. A Dealfi in w. Moni Coeville it it. Keeps constantly on hand a full Hue of harness of his own Manta Cruz a it s to does bridles. Blankets. . I nets. Curry Combs brushes w i 1 collars Ami in fact everything usually kept in a harness shop. Repairing a special w v 15c, guilty 25 to 60 cents Border 2 to editors or reporter present the so r 8e, per cd come 10 and 25c,apiece. Pm a a a Al Quot As a 1., Extension 4 to 7 cents per cd. A tickets have been Stock at this office for the grand fair to be Given in this place by the members of the Catholic Church from october 15 to the 20 this will be the largest and most entertaining exhibition Ever held in the town. A miss Nettie Meyers who for the past year has filled the position As head Lack Lens a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores. Ulcers Salt Altheum be clerk and Book keeper at the bargain ver sores Tetter chapped hands Chil some chair and Many other valuable presents. . M. Argo in making the presentation made a neat and appropriate address in which he wished in behalf of himself and All who were pres but that the object of the Surprise live to enjoy Many More such occasions. ,. A a ,. I Blains. Corns and All skin eruptions. Cash store sent in her resignation last positively cures piles or no pay re a saturday. She will accept a position stud. It is guaranteed to give per of a to uni Immert it Mofal it turn satisfaction or Money refunded of clerk at Bedel Suluner a Zoitl a Horn a e. To if is reported. 1 a. Stank. Quot a on South Street i keep the very choicest meats and serve them in first a lass order. Iry on Al Gant roaster our fair weights and Low prices. Highest Price paid for hides pelts and dressed hons. Give me a cd and examine for yourself. Softli Side of Quot South Street opposite the Model st Ore. H. D. Poole. Monroeville Blacksmith shop Geo. Doctor prop. Having permanently located and fitted up a lies pc class shop in Monroeville f am now prepared to do All Werk entrusted to my care on Short notice and in a Good substantial manner. Horse shoeing amp was Lark a specially. All work warranted and prices reason g _ Able. T leaped fully solicit a share of Henry my Loeb. 4104? patronage hop. V

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