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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - August 16, 1888, Fort Wayne, Indiana A up a a Independent in All things Neutral in nothing. Of it 01 1 serie vol. Xix. No 20. My nil Eville Allen co. Ind., thursday. 16tb, 1888. New serie vol. A no. 33. A a ocal tos a Al Argaitis in Meir s lists at Edwin la a All go to the picnic next saturday. ��3"bri�jg your boy a to Edward s for la Weir . A a Many Farmers live to Weir thres Liing completed. A Quot wheat is turning ont far better than All . Air. J. Iii by of it. Wayzie was the of j. Pm Lau Lilin sunday. A the Brick As spread Over to Lyans now Yard lust wednesday. A or. John Finan of Payne Ohio visited friends in town thursday Las a music a Saona on either piano or Organ. Also Les Tona in German. Edward did Ake. A Geo. And we. Vover Are both Don n with sickness. They reside near Dix on a methodist Church will Welcome you at their services next sunday evening. A a m.7 Aber of Young ladies attended the Ball at Payne Ohio last Friday night. A Patent Riant men Are Makini their i appear Ica. Farmers should look out for fcber.2. A eol Abone of fort Vrane. A tie guest of mrs. C. Sher or last Vek. A Udo Lei Iii lip was in town Suu Lay. The great of his daughter mis. E. W. Meeks. Of e bar is is now opening up the finest lot of men and boys hats Ever Bron Glit to Titis Market. It music lessons on either piano or of Gan. Also Les oos in German. Mas. Edward Duke. It. S. Heller it is said will in a few Davs embark in the manufacturing business at fort Wayne. So tie Rae cry May fall but it can t fall As Low As the la rices at redelsheimer Model Stoke. A Jacob Handell is framing Lewis Muy s new residence. Laying the Brick foundation will be begun next week. Trim those Shade Trees if you want to save them. People Ai e not desirous of having to Weir eyes punched out a Kev. Taylor of the m. E. Church baptized sever Al converts in the St. Mary s River near Decatur last sunday. A Niez. R amp i Denoner have been taking in Grain at the rate of twelve Hundred bushels per Day since last saturday. A Only a Small crowd turned out to the meeting of the Hendricks club at their new Headquarters last saturday evening. A Young ladies Are organizing red Peper clubs in various towns and cities. It is to protect them from the insults of ruffians upon the streets. A Johnny Finan although his father Ujj a government official cares not whether Cleveland or Belva Lockwood is elected he has a Nev Sycicle. A a. 11. Parker has set an example that every citizen should pattern after. He has moved the weeds and Given his premises a thorough cleaning up. A Postoia iter Finan closed the Post office last suture by from 10 till 2 o clock out of for the Lata general Sheridan and in accordance with the instruction of the Post master general a while Many will go to Clark s Chapel to the picnic next saturday the 3 pleasant Grove and other Sabbath schools cout template going to pleasant Hill on the Finan farm in Faulding county Gettig on prgp0��,� fit cd 0tree� a run pm to to u i it pm it Ald a us be thai if a my to it walk iliac a a he old rth Nih Auto i a a a at ��ppro�0bm so to a alies Tatt a my a tem a a a i ibo a Yff a w ii a Dlf tut a a a no a Tuini a at was in we if 4mtb 0f be to of Ftp Mefi ii of Ming a a but a amp a my but a a it a i pm a a Mai and h to a is a St and to tamed Banff Wiiest Hutts for the least Money Evel brought to Monroeville at Ewul d s. A Monroeville can Astrain Clow Over Decatur so far As playing base Ball is Cor c red. Smoke the High life Cigar for Sale at Potts bakery. A mrs. Geo. Lobelia and children of will Shire Are visiting her Mother mrs d. Wyer near East Liberty. A a. P. Smith is now engaged in buying Timber for the Peters Box and lumber company fort Wayne. A marshal Peckham has had a gang of men engaged in cutting Down the weeds along some of the streets. A John Harvey of Richland county Ohio was the guest of Hiis brother o. H. Hai vey the of re part of this week. To. H. Harvey raised a radish in his Gar it Len that measured Twenty Fiir inches in length and twelve inches in circumference. A Kev. I. J. Bicknell is in town shaking hands with old friends and acquaintances. He preached to the people at the methodist Church last evening. A Peter Zurbri a left last tuesday for Buffalo new York where he will Pend a few Days visiting his aged Iother and taking in the sight of Bis old Home and nip Ria Falls. A a be misses Annan and Mary daughters of or. And mrs. John o Rourke port Wayne at e enjoying the pleasures of a weeks visit with their grandma aunty and Uncle. Or. W. A Conolly. A Frank Jackson the gentleman who has leased j. A. Johnson s Black Smith shop is having one of the finest signs in town painted. Frank Edwards the artistic Painter is executing a he work. A the lecture last saturday evening at them e. Church by a Man and woman was a farce and nothing would be More profitable and beneficial to any Community than to immediately drive such Cranks out of town upon their arrival. A last saturday night the i. O. O f. Lodge room at Bluffton ind., was totally destroyed by fire. The origin of the fire was caused by the throwing of a burning Cigar upon the floor. This carelessness is frequently practice and and it is the cause of Many buildings being destroyed. A on saturday the 25tb of the present month the democratic Hendrick s club of this place will raise a big Hickory pole. In the evening a grand rally will take place at their Hedvi Tartera. Every Democrat and All who Are in sympathy with the party should turn out As this will be the first gun fired in Monroe township. A of late there is More interest be ins taken in Sabbath schools by people who heretofore never attended than the old workers. A should awaken and take a deep interest in the work that is the up building of any Community and will save Many a daughter and son that is travelling Down the dark Road to ruin that of the sunday school. Come out and do your duty every old worker and encourage Liose have lately buckled on the Armor. Be. Finan and we. Clem two of of Monro Villes most expert nimrods were out Hunting last tuesday and if space would permit we would relate some of Quot their narrow escapes from the bears and wild cats a they explained them to the crowds As they congregated about them upon their return. De however after discharging several loads throng i a duster of Brush at a supposed Bear succeeded in killing a fat Gicand log Azu William a Chip Munk. Ii air Toaru of ii Alth held a to Stern it in to consid to la a 1unf�0 Fimi a Jawed amp no Othet did a a a a a it Iii or a ii of Sci a they in�6r��� Ihu a a a ii a Ivy Eity Board of lib Alt la of ted and amp pts a a a Earl Titian in Frh the Nonty my Bwl Ven Veineer of Todd Oai Ilo pm a Glander i were Umno the a a in amp tfx a Hou �h9 not led to a hmm if if no do of Iha be pm Vej i�k9 so a Nials a a Quot when in town Call at Edward s and see his hats. A on saturday september is a picnic will be held at pleasant Grove a Moke the High life Cigar for Sale at Potts bakery. A miss Ada Heller and Harry Metz Ger of it. Wayne were again in town last sunday. I biggest Quantity and beast Quality for Money at redelsheimer s Model store. A a daughter of or. And mrs. Clem has been confined to her bed for the past two weeks by sick Neais. A a May amp Colyer begun the work of laying the Brick foundation for George Webster s new dwelling hopi a. A misses Mollie Quinlan and Kaie Laii Chhn visited tie Beautiful Siim Nie a resort at borne City last saturday. A John Anderson brought to this Market last week and sold to Niezer amp i Donour the finest and Best Load of outs sold this season. A Siimes =on, of Kokomo ind., and Henry Morrison of fort Wayne were at the bed Side and witnessed the by Fuji moments of miss Lydia Doggett. A slay your chickens and prepare Well filled baskets members of the m. E. School and All others for a big tin e is expected next saturday at Clark s Cli Ariel. A wonder if those two Yonng Ladic s from town we visited the country last sunday related their nights pleasures to their parents on their return Home Bolyard has begun making Brick on his new Yard South of town. Brick Are in demand and if Good Brick Are made by Bolyard he will find ready Sale for every thousand he can make. A As the season for elder berries is Here. Homer Casselman Intel ids going to Paulding county to gather quite a sup Jay for the Winter months providing a Young Saloon keeper Don t object a or. Hilton has not recovered sufficient from his recent illness As to enable him to return to this place. He will under All probabilities spend the remainder of his Days with his son at Convoy. T Ftp a by a lady on saturday last an Opportunity to save Money by trading with Kede Bheim or. The loser can have tie last Opportunity by calling at the Model store. A a. A. Waterman returned last tuesday from Hicksville Ohio where he has been the past two weeks at tie bedside of his sick Mother. During his absence or Waterman was also confined to Bis room by several Days sickness. A next tuesday the second game of Ball will be played Between the Monroeville and Willshire clubs at this place. A Small of admission of ten cents will be charged to the grounds to Aid in defraying the expenses. Come out and encourage the boys. A George Bauserman was badly injured yesterday morning by the breaking of a piece of machinery connected to a threshing machine around which he was Labouring. His Skull was badly fractured and other injuries a hich Are quite painful. He. Was brought to town and or. Conolly dressed the wounds. A the undersigned has now in his services one of the Best Bakers that he has had in his employ since Helms been in business in Monroeville and is now prepared to fill orders of every description on Short notice and at Low rates. Thirty two loaves of bread for $1 and ice Cream twelve cents per quart. C w. Rollins. A an honest Man sixteen years ago a Man by the name of bluntly was a Boarder at the residence of or. Henry a Reimensnider ill Luck caused his sudden departure to More lucrative quarters and nothing was heard of him until last tuesday evening. He came Over from Decatur with a number of broiler Odd Fellows of visit the Lodge of this place while Here or. Blemly at the resilience of or. Heimen made himself known and paid by debt be had Leit behind Lii a six two a Ngo. A City sue store h. A. ,r32iacist.drnp, Patent medicines paints oils. Prescriptions carefully compounded. Best brands of a Gaes in town. Shank s drug store Quot wet South. Street Monroeville. Erri Talm is Arll x rx2.a.exxa. Is Fex in this line i have a Complete Stock and will attend to an cart list Day or night. Special attention paid to embalming. Hearse furnished Ashen desired. Iso dealer of Fum Tyre Wail pm d�c0eatn3 p4peb, so Xool in colds . 3ta-tiorlex3r, a dealers in Day goods clothing groceries notions Etc., 233 amp 235 Calhoun St fort Wayne ind House is Only one Sinai e North of the Pittsburgh depot newly our Nishil Best of and rates l reasonably Low. Travellers far ii s Ami the Public in general Are invited to Call at the Diamond when visiting the . Quot Quot stat ilteirxsoxa., proprietor. Or. S. E. Mentzer pity Simian and surgeon having opened up a store in Dixon of. Our Stock is it rely new ire i and con Postil of not Liuji but the Best Aridj will continue to keep Utji Stock on hand. To have located Here and have 1 come to stay and shall our Euvora to Supply the citizens of Dix ii Aii t surround Iii Coni Kinnity set ii articles As is., a Ces sary to sustain life and Clad the Calls promptly attended to Cidy. E solicit a a Loire of the natron-1 on main Street age and will Endeavor to give Satis act Lon. Both in prices and goods. If you will Only give is a Call we guarantee that you Wilc Inte la ick a second Iuie. There is no of a my staking their produce to Monroeville or else litre to obtain High prices for we warrant Yon that we will pay As much either in Cash or Trade As can be procured elsewhere. Don t forget tie place and come and see us. Yours truly Dav or a hmm s far kind successors to j. A Meeks our prices which Are the lowest in town Are As follows boiling meats from 4 to 6 cts. Boast meats a 7 a s Quot steaks Veky Best 8 Quot 10 Quot i highest Cash prices paid for hides pelts tallow beeswax Etc. She ? at my Fps old Stan d in Easi synth Street i Monroeville Indiana. Undertaker and embalmer. Residence second House Softli of the decile Church. All Calls it ten Ltd de to promptly Day or night. Hetiso furnished when desired. Also dealer in and manufacturer a of All. Kinds of repairing saw filing &c., amp a. Finest and largest Stock of picture fkame8 and moulding Call and examine my goods at the cresent City Fra Nitshe store moxie Neville i a Quot a k m

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