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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - August 2, 1888, Fort Wayne, Indiana Pittsburgh fort Wayne and cynic ago r. R. Fiche tile in off May 12h, 1888. Trains leave Loii Neville As follows East bound. At Antic exp Voss daily 6 00 a m f 7 2s a i l a express 1 2 0m l Kiil Frt ii it Lluc daily 8 -2.3 p m a Sven to a Ord. Fast . Ill Tim ave Ali express Mih Ihl it it m1 Frei Unitt v of acidic sex rii is. L-2 a a in stops every ii it in Limo Rudig. F sexed so do May. u r Sim Pink and a it it it t Yiirs i it it Quot ii it d to h r Ains Riidu a of or Idu Iid to clip inv o e Quot 1u1 it Pertsi it in a i. To Parrisi 13aii i a in w i Iino Al us Piisila Idelphia and to k. For a . Nuaros of i a re to ii a i a a ick cts. And Clu eks Kud a a a a i let the Riu uni Quot a Ai ply to in. I. In i , agent. Met proc ill ind Jamrs e. A Foi n. Iii Iager. G. F. T. At , a. 3�a�lkf/r rep let. Corrected weekly by d. S. Hed Elsheimer. Monroeville Ali urday july 26, 88. Grain. Old wheat 80c, new 70c Rye 4gc Corn 52e Oats Clover seed 4.00 a Sac Timothy Hay 12.50. Produce rotators 40 Navy Beans 2 00 Laid per lb., of butter 12c eggs 16e flour per sack 1 30 flour per bbl., 5.-20 Salt per bbl., 1.20 beeswax 18 dried Pardes 6c feathers geese 45c. To i came to stay. Bread has taken a Tumble. Four loaves for 25 cents or sixteen for $1.00. Eight Small loaves for 25 cents or thirty two for a Dollar All kinds of cakes and buns 8 cents tier dozen and no Light weight. D. C. Pot a. A miss Ella Nrman visited the Summit City last saturday. A six Hundred and forty four is the number of 1. O. Of f. Lodges in Indiana. Rj2 Quot music lessons on either piano or Organ. Also lessons in German. Miss. Edward Duke. A miss Lizzie Miller who has been quite sick for the past Veek is Able to be about. Lei Dickerson Quot Balm of life Quot is a a Bini a account will do me More Good at present j. W. Meeks. A work was commenced on the n. A a a m. In w. R. Li., at Adams station monday iat. A or. And airs. Joseph Lewis spent a port Ioji of week visiting relatives at fort Wayne. Good two foot Rule never Wear tight shoes but go to redo Zneimer s Model store for a Good tit. Pc. C. Meyers purchased the Engle Homestead now occupied by prof. J. B. Munger. A during the illness of Henry Miller his meat Market and grocery is attended to by Geo. Lallement. Goods in both checks and Phi in also embroidery and insertions of latest pattern. For Sale at Redel Shu Miuor s Model store. A the Payne review says Quot a. D. Macau contemplates converting the old court House at Paulding into an opera House. Pc Stellhorn county Coroner was in town monday last holding an inquest Over the remains of the late mrs. John she Ehan. sir is Over and c. J. Breman still hands in the front ranks and will pay the highest Price for eggs butter and country j reduce and sell All goods at reduced prices in order to close out. A Jacob handle Hai made Many improvements to his property on North main Street which gives it a pleasant and living like appearance. Pc. F. Allegar who has been head Sawyer for a f. Hayes the past year i Eternod to his Home at Decatur last tuesday. Owing to Hayes failure he a will not return a a. Of Hayes has thrown up the lease of Durnian s Mill and placed it in the High Nils of the owner d. C. Purman who will continue to keep it in motion and do All sawing on Short notice. A Sylvester Magner was slightly injured Lut tuesday by accidentally get tint Arm caught in a cog who while attending to his duties As Foreman at s stare and lied log act Ltd a. J a miss Jennie Campbell of fort Wayne is paying relatives Here a weeks visit. Thu a Stock of ladies Fine shoes which must be out at Cost in order to make room for new a lock at c. J. Bre Man s. Be. B. Bord has moved to the Resi Deuce owned by m. Atchinson on the North Side. A the Walnut Grove hand attended a Sui Day school Celebration near Van Wert . A t. Co Parrett of the Lake Shore j freight House foot Wayne avas tic a of be editor last bin Taay. I be. B. Bords thres Liing machine end Gine res. Died some needed repairs by a Machi aest from tort Wayne tuesday i last. I a a Counti Yman being asked in whom he Jait , sail a win a lie had a Ethid he put it in or. Fender s cough to icy. A a son of mrs. Stevens and Josei h Miller Ero Bot i Sli Giitl injured last monday a being thrown from a Load of Hay. A in different parts of the country a Vorm is destroying the potato crop so badly that Many Farmers Are blowing them u and feeding them to their hogs. A Farmers Are anticipating a Large yield from their Oats crop but Many will be doomed to Disapio ointment As it has been greatly damaged by an insect called the Oats Louse. A Oliver Taylor jr., by request was the guest of marshal Peckham at the hotel de Ca Laboose last sunday morning. Oliver will no doubt take warning from this lesson and change his course. A Harry Metzgar Deputy county clerk was in town sunday last viewing the sights and pleasures of. On his return he was accompanied by miss Ada Heller who spent several Days visiting relatives. A brother Detter of the Willshire Gazette has kindly consented to search the country for the Goat of which we made mention in a recent Issue and in the near future he will be on hand. So now delinquent subscribers candidates and others who owe us if you have any respect for the seat of your pantaloons Call around and see us. A Oliver Taylor or and Harry Bowers were before Esquire Cassady last mouda3 for being intoxicated and using loud and profane language upon cur streets last sunday mox Ning. There were others in the crowd who escaped arrest who should be hunted Down and punished likewise. Taylor and Bowers were each lined $9.75. A while sinking a Well at Niezer amp Ridenour s elevator last week Henry Mercer came near losing his life by Damps. His assistants succeeded in getting him out just As his strength gave Way and he fell to the Earth. Medical Aid was summoned and in a Short time the Suli ering Man was brought too and again renewed his labors. A Jackson township is said to be protected by a Pinkerton scout who is watching things gallantly. Lately he a pursued a big Black Bear for several Days but Bruin succeeded in evading the capture and now the Moss Ranger is seeking revenge. We would suggest that the people in that Section be on the Alert especially Young men. A those though in High places who slight and Dis oblige their friends shall infallibly come to know the value of them by having none when they shall most need them. The Best of life in All its various phrases is made up of receiving and bestowing Friendship and he who fancies lie can do without either loses More than half of life s happiness. A on their return Home from the dance last saturday night a Load of Young bloods from Here upset in the big ditch West of town. A number of empty bottles were found in the Carriage and from indications Tho con tents is what caused the buggy to get top heavy. Save the reeling condition of the boys and swelled Heads noticeable next morning no further damage was Baker s school House three Miles North East of Here a Sabbath school has lately been organized and now numbers some one Hundred regular attendants. On the 25th. Of this month Tho school will hold to picnic to which every one should attend and by so doing it will greatly encourage both the promoters and scholars to have renewed courage to push the Zagt ble work Forward. A Many Are complaining of the grape crop being destroyed by insects. A in Glen Falls n. Y., the latest fad among the Young ladies is called they count every time a gentleman tips his hat to them and when they reach 100 tips the Looth gentleman is supposed to be the one the lady receiving the tip will marr3\ the Quot tips Quot craze is spreading rapidly and the tyning ladies Are heard counting Tho Quot tips As one passes them on the Street. Decatur Ball players. For some time to Are informed numerous cd Lenges Liao been received l y our Ball tossers from the boys to p May a of Ball. Not having any regular organized club Here and not Lei a in Rac Iiene no be i Tanee of the Decatur boys propositions Avert made Lut on last thursday to Tho Surprise of Tho Monroeville Oates a Ninaber of rigs occupied let a a Hie composed of our neighbouring cily s hoosiers began to arrive with the determination of forcing a game upon the Home boys or make them acknowledge that they were afraid to play with any outside Ball chasers. With the usual As has for years been practice and allowing no foreign emigrants threats to be still client As to scare the boys out it was but a Short time until a nine composed of soil tillers and Side walk pressers were ready to proceed with the game. The Decatur boys stationed themselves prior to going to the ground in the Middle of our streets no doubt with the anticipation of exhibiting some of their skill As player Sand possibly so badly frighten our boys so that they would not put in an appearance. Not so however As scare is a Short word unknown to Monroeville boys so far As Ball playing is concerned and at the appointed hour were on the Diamond ready to give the visitors a few hours practice if nothing else. The game was called and not be Itig As tastefully uniformed As the Decatur boys the Home players Felt somewhat timid about putting in appearance but the is eater boys were More , from their actions to show their Gaudy uniform than to play Ball so by consent they were permitted to walk oat and take their places and As they did this Tolje dignity and pomp displayed was wonderful each one keeping an Eye upon the crowd of Young ladies that they might ascertain if they were noticed. Having reached the spot assigned them the Umpire made a few remarks and after calling several times for a Batter one of the Home nine to idly stepped up to the plate and game was called. Not wishing to cause discouragement in the Start the game to the end of the third inning avas nearly a tie after Ali ice the Monroeville boys became tired of fondling babes and lined Cut and at tie end of the ninth inning the visitors Avert convinced that they were not versed in the game and incapable of coping Avith Monroeville on base Ball. The score was 12 to 42 in favor of Monroeville. . The Decatur boys will no doubt be prepared to Liaa a revenge when our boys go Over there. It Avold add to the credit of the Decatur boys if they Avold use less intoxicating drinks when visiting strange places and not Only that they Avold not experience so much trouble in getting their Ris out of the livery stable. There actions Avert not to their credit by any Means. D attorney amp to jaw and Lotary Public practices in All Coli its in the county. Executes deeds mortgages leases and contracts. Pension papers a speciality office in Row s building Over Bremen u store Monroeville Baker y and is the place where you can get fresh bread pies c Akes and buns. Confection Aries nuts canned fruits Choice brands of cigars. Ice Cream and lemonade. I solicit a Eliare of the Public patronage and will sell at As Low prices of other place. Give Quot me a Call place of bus Netus in the Engle building formerly occupied by u. A. t its a ground hog Case to get them out of Ous Road As we contemplate making some change in our business we will Ofier oif oots. Bolles and at first Cost. Come and see us while this Opportunity to buy cheap lasts. No trouble to show goods. Come in and examine before purchasing. Ladies you Are respectfully invited to Call and examine my new Stock of Fine and latest styles of Sun ivies goods. I have the largest and most Complete Stock in town and in Low Price shall Endeavor to Lead the race by calling on me you will find that i am the Leader in All matters pertaining Tol Linery and Nolod. Respectfully / mrs. E. Baker. Monroeville ind Ilissa we desire to announce ivc it i i in to King pnot00 Aptus find tin tapes at Verv trice.-. Good on Cloudy Days As clean. All work warranted and u Gnann teed. Call and see us. In tie Engin building Over Slink s drug store before going elsewhere. 51 co. Monroeville ind. Lat Mim. Monroeville Blacksmith shop i Geo. Poctor. Prop. Having permanently located and fitted up a Glrst class shop in Monroeville. I am now prepared to do All Kavork Qeti to Niy Caie on Short notice and in a Good substantial manner. Horse Slio Eini amp wan work a specially. All work warranted and prices reason Able. I respectfully solicit a Shiira of that Liliy put Travag. Jsu Bym a a on South i keep the very choicest and serve them in first Clasa order. Try our Al Gant roasts our fair weights and Low prices. Highest Price paid for hides pelts and dressed hogs. Henry Miller. I. A. ,y ph7siciaii�n<surge0 in. / tenders o est on amp a services to the citizens if Monroeville and Vicinity All Calls i promptly attended to la it the Day or night. Office in building a a conc i door South from the South East

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