Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 11 Jul 1889
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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - July 11, 1889, Fort Wayne, Indiana
It a and Gjendem in a things Neutral in old be ies vol. Xxx. No 16. Mone Oeva Lle Allen co., ind. Thuesday., july Lluli 1889. New series vol. Al no. 28 a acc salad los. Cd ill til Lii a ice a to ii Job work. Sail Tissi a Iii tuned mackeral it thai fruit Ifo Iise. Tres. H. Smith is absent from Quot Home visiting Rol. . A so ii Farmers have Alre amp a completed Mumi i in vast. A for Job work at Cliea rates Call at this Calca. A a. T. More big Gir it ave seated by ius wife Friday eve Nten to. A a Manber a. A. I. Boys from link a pent Iii Atli Quot iut a cd Voy Oil to. A Lily Slock i Ries Are All fresh Ait no old suck Lump Call and see c. J. A Tom n. A had it not Rcv a for Tilon Revillo people Tho club at Convoy would have been a thru slim. A Toli i Civ Xiloj us lady to turned the Star t it a i Quot lays visit with Rel a a Ives at to Iii ii in a. T. A a Liao is ill at his Home a month town Init we Ai g pleased to learn that Jie is rapidly a Iacov s a j. T c Paflas and Jabez a id i is if in saying the Cor Kiev to ill Boxt saturday. Al it . S a rain from Bat Liing in Fiat i the so Day. The water is not lit a bathing As it is stagnant. A am Nib Farmers near Maples Piave Boot . D our not giving in a Correct s a Ojo. Int monies hand the a ses . A Tiev. A j. Donglas will preach sunday i i the Clerch in Monroeville it 10 30 a. M. And at Fiat Loek at 8 p. M. A see our Gar Ilsi got prices and then let own judgment decide whether you fun do so Well �?.nywhere else As a Dixon will give the boys another Opp Ortu ii a to a ave a coloured Blossom put their nose Aai Wear Beefsteak Over their Eye next saturday july 20. One Mere platform dance. A the funeral Koswell David under tie the order i. O. O. F., hold life Sabbath was tiie largest Ever by the people in the Community vol Micro hold. Be. W. Morks is follow bag the pursuits Bachelor life. His wife and family having gone to Paulding county 0.,to spend a fear weeks with her parents . And . P. Ilar Desty. A Quot we uld suggest that the Law avoiding citizens Dixon make an Effort to break up out Lav pro seed ing As they have been pestered with during the recent platform dances. A Man who has an ear for music is one who endeavours to make his Hon e enjoyable to family and surroundings. Such can be said j. P. Parker who has just purchased a Fine deck r upright piano for his accomplished daughters. A get your Sweet baby a sice Gold ring at Knouse s. Ladies Gold ear pings Clil Drevis bar pins. Quot watches the Best for the Money gets Vest chains and charms no flies our Jewele Call and see How be shoes them off a those from Here who attended tie shooting match at Dixon the 4tb, report having a splendid time. The members tie Dixon club seemingly viewing with each other to see who could make it the most pleasant for the visit Iii sportsman. There Vas a Young woman named Fleet Quot who had bunions All Over her feet when she heard the glad news Wiir Well fitting shoes. I she Tum la Ltd right off her peat. Shoes for All at redelsheimer s. A it is with regret that we learn that s. D. Engle the photographer has decided to leave us having accepted a Pohs Tion with Jones at it. Wayne. Una Iii their Sony among us. Or and Mph. Eingle have m ule Many Friend and a a artist Hitt wok speak for Imu a . Satie Payne was in town tuesday. A postmaster Stewart and lady Sun Dayed at fort to Ayne. We. Murchland and family spent the 4th at Warsaw ind. Cd. S. Redelsheimer was at Colura Bia City Friday last week. Extravagance and Tor time avoided by trading with redelsheimer. A Bert Cassleman is again a ble to be at his a to it in his father s meat 2uarket. A miss malay redelsheimer is spending a few Days with relatives at fort Avano. A Wra. Draper a inserts that his last born is a dish Washer and a bouncing big one flour in ii i delivery d free. A miss Leona Spencer Belmor e o., is to guest Lier grand parents . And mrs. John Spencer. A John Niezer claims that the Young ladies wih Long Light hair Are the ones that catches his eye.5,000 bushels at the elevator. Tricks Good. A Many took advantage the excursion rates during the -1th, and visited relatives and friends at a distance. A m is Ida Garn Chicago and miss Minnie spake a furn ind., Are visiting . And mrs. Elmer Spak. A Fred s. Brown this Ohice and miss c. Davis Sun Dayed with relatives and friends in St. Joe township North it. Wayne. A if old sayings to Tryxie Pexce and Hai piness v. Id reign Over this land for sometime to come. All new born babes Are girls this season. A the band boys Are wakening from their heretofore slumbering condition and Are making arrangements to run excursion trains to pome City and Warsaw during the coming month August. A the 4th is Over and Monroeville people feel the effects not celebrating. Thin dress dollars was taken to other Lilaces that might have been kept at Home. A mrs. Beam who has been lying in a critical condition at her Home for the last two weeks is slowly recovering. Her sister mrs. Polka yellow and husband Batler ind., is at the bedside. A Niezer amp Ridenour Are placing their new machinery in position at the elevator and soon they will be prepared to do finding All kinds feed a much More extensive scale than in the past. A marshal Rose and supervisors the township have completed their labors the Public highways ung it is said that there Avert quite a number Able bodied men who failed to show up As required by Law. A mrs. Congleton who has faithfully served in Ite capacity treasurer Thel l e. Sunday school for the past five years tendered her resignation last Friday evening and miss Mattie Whittern was elected to fill the vacancy. Sunday last m St Mamie Laughlin fell out a chirpy tree and badly sprained her left aim from which she is now suffering considerable pain. Or. Mentzer was called to examine the membrane soon after the a Yent took place. A Call at Breman s and examine the Large Stock new dry Quot goods Fine shirts Over shirts pants overalls and notions All kinds. These goods Are All new and having bought at Low figures my customers shall have the Benefit the same by calling. A Coroner Keesler came Down last Friday and investigated the sudden death Jefferson Todd which took place at his residence in Jackson township saturday june 29th. It was reported by some one that Todd had been poisoned but tie investigation showed that such was not tie Chise. It a out the county som thing in the d0ighborhool fifty Dollari. A july 20th a Sabbath school picnic will be held near Dixon. A no. 1 mackeral fish aged new <3 piece eat the fruit House. Is i new groceries and dry goofs arrive Dally at the fruit House. A Best brands cigars and Coes a specially at Breman s. A a. R. Without x is. For shabby Ness when redelsheimer s clothing is so Low. A bargain Cash still keeping in Pace with other dealers in prices for country produce. A a has just received the finest lot men s and boy s hats in Monroeville. A Rev. Shaffer will preach sunday at Marquardt s at 3 p. M. A and at Monroeville at 8 p. M. Rfarmer6 come to the fruit House with your Batter and eggs ant. See what we can do for you. place in town where Monera get loaves bread for 25cts, is at Pott s bakery. A Al Quot Niezer amp Biden our have Recie Ved at their elevator two car Lead flour Brae chop feed etc., Xiv his a they will Exchange to Farmers for wheat. Give them a Call you will is Cieve the same As at any grist Mill. A those persons who have been in the habit carrying away paint from i the lutheran Church will get no Moro As the seats have been thoroughly cleaned and repainted. The ladies have also put in a new carpet which adds much to the appearance. By Hile in the Summit City the 4t.h, the Monroeville band put up at the Diamond conducted by that genial and Quot accommodating landlord James Wilkenson. The House is located Only two squares from Thep. W. Amp c. R. R. Depot and is conducted in a manner far Superior to airy in he City. When in the City the Reader is invited to Stop at the Diamond where the be to accommodations at reasonable rates can be had. A another fact has been brought to our notice that a Groin intent Young couple indulged in an evening ride. As usual tie flask Vas not forgotten and As they journeyed each imbibed quite freely. Their Heads became top heavy and soon the dude was sound asleep and the Dudine attempted to guide the animal safely Home but she lost her hut and when the barn was reached the Twain were embraced in each others arms Audi insensible their condition whereabouts. A the Monroeville school Board met wednesday evening july 3d, for the purpose selecting teachers for the coming year. Prof. J. B. Munger was unanimously chosen principal. The other teachers chosen were one m uses Peckham redelsheimer Quot Ric Monagle and Parker. The school Board have done their part it now remains for the teacher to faithfully perform their work and this can Only be done when the parents cheerfully and Rolv sustain the teacher. The coming term will begin the fist monday in september and continue for eight and probably nine Sale. Notice is hereby Given to All interested that the Solaway i lat Rock ditch will be sold a wednesday july 17tli, 1889, at the town Hall in Monroe Viii. Sale to begin at 9 clock. J. B. Nizer auditor Allen . I expect to leave Monroeville by the 1st August. Parties wishing photographs before i go must speak Quick cd. A in Glt. In Ufi h. A. Shank pliar32iscist.oris, he me Kioes pails Finkl prescriptions Cave ally Coni Poun it i l. Best brands i gains m Tow i. Slinks re store West Softli Street Monroeville. forc. E. House Carria get sign paper hanging a speciality. Call and see to out your work address c. S. Weber. in in attorney it at Law rooms 5 and 6 Bank Block was single and do lbs manufacturer main Street fort wayn3s. A cd ,1w re jct Irin Keats a Bono. A full Liy a attorney at Quot lavs Rand notary Public practices in All courts in the comity first cd a she Arne so shop. Executed deeds mortgages leases and contracts. Pension papers a speciality office in Row s building Over Breman s est and for Cash Only store Monroeville ind. A cues. A adj Dijla a in fact everything usually kept in it. 2a11 goods will be sold it the Low entire new Stock. Nothing old. All new ladies and a7isses Cine shoes. Mens and boys boots she yes All Deturi Paioa. Every Piir War Tim give Satulli Imti . C. A. Smice dealer in All blinds wooden Cise Rii Chain and drive Well pumps. Special attention Given to putting Down drive Wells putting up and repairing lightning ii ods. Furnishing All kinds Iron pump and Pip feg Ivor Fitl Fiig Lii meshing engines Tanka a Eto. 11 kinds repairs. Agent for the celebrated Tab wind k and perfection i iter elevator. La w. Main aim ii Perl so a
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