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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - July 12, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Fitt Skurge port Wayne Ani it Chicago r. R. A schedule in if May 121i, 1888j. Titus leave Monroe Vule As follows East bound. Ati mimic express to Lily 6 00 a m Creej Lihue Exi mss 7 28 a m Dav p in local freight 1 0 05 a la fast line Laily 8 25 p m West bound. In Saline f 11 45 am cart Minn express. F 04 p m Len Al Fri lit a a t 12 55 p m Pacific . 12 50, a a stops every Joii Dikiy Limo Ruiga. F daily except sunday. In Leraan Paiau a sleeping and Buffet caves attached through trains run with out Chani let. West bound to Chicago to Nikii. Harvis Burfie. a Asili Ngou Auto new York. For time tables Tiara of fare tickets and i5iiggai?e checks and i Uther in formation Lega Diug the run Niue of 1 ruins apply to h. Hayes of Jet. Mourou Ville Lud Jametia Iacoi a. E. A. Fotiu Iliili Iak a. A. R. Amp t. At Pittsburgh a. Market la Epolit. Corrected weekly by 1>. S. Lle Dilsheimer. Monroeville thursday july 5, 88. Grain. Wheat s5c, Rye 46c Corn 52c Oats in a Clover seed. 3.50 a Sac 4.00 Timothy Hay 12.50. Pm Lobule. Potatoes 1.00 Navy Beans 3 00 Laid p v lb., i a butter 10c eggs 16c flour per sack 1.30 flour per bbl., 5,00 Salt per bbl. 1.20 beeswax 18 dried apples 6c feathers geese 45c.towii and country news. If Pott s View Bukey is tie place for re Fri so mints. A log is at present at Astand-6tiu. A or. Mentzoir s office presents Fine Appe amut a in its new coat of paint. Pm. Atchinson Ijas gone to Michigan to eng Ige in tie Barber business. Red cards is making a specially of sur Umei dress goo is. Be 15. Fjord lius remodeler his threshing Mackine Aad is now ready for Busl it . To Yuri a i nasal All hours at c. W. Iio Liui Rist Garnnt. Only 25 cts. Ai ii demanding $1.50 per his and Are rather Acree at triese Price i. A Yon can save Money by giving to Edwards to Purchase dry goods. . Win. I Ireland returned Home it May Ironi a weeks with relatives at let uni it Ett ind. Etc a Masic lessons on either piano or Organ. Also lessons in German. Mils i Dawaud Drake. A Henry Kritik has had a new roof put of his Resi Lenee tie past week and is Hui us it Ropati cited. Is go to redels Wieimer s Model store for lawns Percale sateen and summer dress goods. A the Delegate from new Haven to the joint convention held last saturday of for. Wayne a Republic eau. Cof finest bread that Ever came to Jour Neville. Received daily from Van Veldt at c. A. To runs. A will. Magner is erecting a new Shuf a liver House of the bar Hurt farm i Ortii of town Lor a. C. Bryan. A a countryman being asked in whom he pit Liis Trust sail when he had a i Voltl of put it in or. Fenier s cough Honey. A a Farmer named Spaulding residing Ortli of town had thirteen head of sheep pro in Ltd by Tjie overflow of Flat lock into Iii past live held last monday. Farmers wishing to feed Lior will save Money by calling at Martins Bam on main Street. A j any of Miose who Are joining the Lleini Dieks and ii Arrison Chils should their Ward Obes and flour bar less at Lime before expending Money Lor Ranji it in gig. A Foj of to i smoke one of the cigars at Pool s a bakery you will be sure to smoke another. Be. E. Dol Yard and or. Mentzer were tiie Delege Les from Jackson and Monroe townships of which nominated w. S. Of Openheim for joint representative. Cd Wiite goods in both checks and Plain Al to Ems Rte Jery and insertions of lates t patterns. For Sale at Liedel a boiler a Model store. A Clearley an it Lerson the Well known sporting a Man Olio during the life of or. Leiter Many visits Here and in company wit i the doctor scared the for ests in quest of game died at it. Clemens Micoli Nguu Uvada last. A Days Are Gro ring Shorter. �?-,.tohn Spencer is repainting the front of h. Krick s Saloon. A. Hayes shipped Eif Fht car Load of Hickory logs the past week. A Fine beef roasts and Best of Steak at Bryan amp Farrand s meat Market. A new officers were installed by the l o. O. F., Lodge tuesday evening. A wanted at this office two Copie of the big Eek dated june 7th, 1888. A John Barkley jr., is the proud proud father of a new Bora daughter a a now Arning has been placed in front of Geo. Doctor s Blacksmith shop. A a new Culvert has been put in at the Junction of Mill and South Street. A the new court House at Paulding has been inhabited by the proper Iii cers. A Henry Miller publishes his notice of application for liquor License in this Issue. A a Nna Ber of Siena a Caps were picked up of our streets last thursday morning. A a. B. Mun Dort in into the a nerf of his own and m. Strass residence the past week. A a. W. Smith Lias erected a new wind pump of his farm in Madison township. Pm. Strass has during the past week had his Hearse repainted and remodeler. A miss. Kitty Miller is visited this week by her Cousin miss Miller from fort Wayne. Pc. W. Rollins Lias written for a first class Baker who will be on hand in a Day or two. A we. Wrist Lias finished born inf his first Kiln of Brick and is now ready to Deal them out. A a soldiers re Union will be held at Van Wert on the 21st and 22d of the present Mutli. A the Lafayette and it. Wayne Ball clubs have breathed their last. Fort Wayne s a re s-"00 in debt. A it. Wayne will when the new York Mahoning and Western Road a cliches that , have seven rail roads. A mrs. W. Brooks of fort Wayne is in town the Acuest of mrs. D. S. Bed Elsheimer and mrs. M. Strass. A w. S. Oppenheim the nominee for joint representative on the democratic ticket is said to be of hebrew decent a Why not have a soldiers re Union Here during the summer. On g. A. R. Post should take Steps in this direction. A tramps Are steering Clear of fort Wayne the police made a raid on them the outlier night and pulled in seventeen. A High water have disappeared and seven Bridges Are reported As having been washed out Between this place and Payne Ohio a a band reunion will be held at Tan Wert sometime in August or september which the Monroeville baud will probably attend. A we have some very Giddy Young girls in this Dace and Are frequently noticed by cur reporter indulging in Sonje very Mulady like actions. A the first Republican ratification meeting was held at fort Wayne last saturday Yin evening Hon. Major Calkins of Laporte addressed the audience. A a the Long pole May Knock the Persimmon but its the Short Price that knocks the purse o Man Lor Short rices go to redelsheimer s Model store. A it would be More Manly like and respectable on the part of Young men and boys if they would go beyond the town limits when bathing. There Aie always ladies upon the streets. A it has been frequently asked Why Monroe and adjoining townships do not join together and hold a fair at this place. It could be done if Farmers would Only join hands and go to work. A a photograph of col. R. S. Robertson is Hung in the show window of t a bargain Cash store with the words Quot our next governor Quot written above. H. Stewart is one of colonels most ardent supporters. A it scorn that since the democratic meeting last Friday evening that there has been a slight bit of dissatisfaction existing. The election of a gentleman whom some of them hold a potty spite against is the cause. Boys there Are indications of an unexpected swarm of bees at a Large Frame House just South of town any of you who have faint recollections of being out in that direction lately had better be making preparations to or vent being stacks a although not Large in Manly form c. A. Nill feels As though his clothes would t fit him the past week All on account of the birth of his first grandchild. A while is enthusiastic for Harrison he continues to see that the to Lei customers gets the Highes Price for their produce and sell them goods at Low Price. A a. Niezer assisted by an experienced hand from the Champion manufacturing company is kept Busy Placinar binders in order that tiie firm of j. 3 Niez r&co., have sold during the past six months. Quot Uthon Babr was sick tre Pavo her Castoria Vii in she a child Al a crie4 foirca8u.ria, Whon she Beamo miss she cling to Castoria when Alio child ecu Ahe Gare them Castoria a i cok out boys since tuesday evening last k. W. Meeks Deputy coun y prosecutor has been longing for a lawsuit another Light haired girl has con e to his House to share the Quot sacks of a one Hundred and twelve Miles in me i undid and seven minutes is the fastest time Ever made Ltd any rail Road. This is the time made by the train that conveyed Jay Gould from Chattanooga to Knoxville tenn., recently. A stranger Woi ild have imagined himself in the midst of a gang of outlaws had there been one in town monday Wiiilie the gang of tillers were making the rounds of the town firing of Quot revolvers. Proper officers should have pulled them in. A Pott s will make it an object for Yogi to buy your bread cakes cigars Bud at his new bakery lakes fresh bread Ever Day and keeps nothing but the Best Grade of cigars. Call Imd see what we have also try our ice Cream and lemonade. A John Rove lands formerly a harness maker in this place now residing at Lima Ohio was in town visiting his cousins a w. And e. W. Meek or. Rowlands was accompanied by j. Miler they Aie travelling in the interest o Row lands celebrated hog cholera cure. A a very pleasant meeting was recently held in a Grove near Massilon but it seems that the people in that Section Are not anxious to let the outside world know what they Are do Iii at least we Are unable to receive any re2 Ort irom any thing that transpires there. A Saloon keepers in towns in Ohio where the local option Law has been carried have cribbed together for the Purpo a of testing the right of the City authorities to c Ose them up. In some places the Laws have been decided unconstitutional and tie Saloon keepers have opened up full blast. The new rail Road Jasses through p. Mccormick s Large barn in Jefferson township. It is said or. Mccormick is Only vexed Over the idea of getting out to Peu and Slot the doors every time a train wants to Juass through. The id gentleman however is one of the Best natured old chaps that came from the Emerald Isle the matter can easily be Corpron Vised. Desirous of going out of the ready made clothing Trade. I will offer my entire Stock now on hand at prices below Cost. Such bargains As was never before obtainable in Monroeville clothing almost Given away. A i h suits for $7.00. 7.00 Quot Quot 5.00. 4.00 Quot Quot 2.00. 4.00 pants Quot 3.25. 3.00 Quot Quot 2.00. Good Quot Quot .y.�. Pants vests and shirts almost Given to customers 11 they will Only carry them out of my Way. Boots and this line i have also made a great reduction in order to sell my entire Stock out Only to Deal in dry goods and groceries a the future. Stock or Quot groceries is always fresh and and Selling As i do for Cash Only can afford to sell cheaper than any other House in town. Will highest prices Lor country produce come and see me and get bargain if a. J. tits a ground hog Casto get them out of our we contemplate making some change in our business we will Oser Otoji stools of , solids Anat first Cost. Come and see us while this Opportunity to buy cheap 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 goods. I have the largest and most Complete Stock in town and in Low prices shall Endeavor to Lead tie race by calling on me you will find that i am the loader in All matters pertaining to Hilliii cry and Mai respectfully mrs. E. Baker. Monroeville ind a i ibo Ltd win desire to annoy ii e t1i it to to it nit King ii is class i to i 0 a i m ii s a l tin types at very i in y l Iier. Of void on Cloudy Days As Well Asel a it. Ail work warranted and Santisi action Grimh a tee Ltd. Call and see us. In Tui e i a i building Over Shank s Dru store before going else Liere. Engli a co. Monroeville Pic it Jali Mil Ali. Monroeville Blacksmith shop i Geo. Doctor. Prop. Having located and fitted up a first class shop in Mon Orville i am Dow prepared to do All work entrusted to it care of Short notice and in a Good substantial manner. Horse shoeing amp Wagon work a specially. All work a minted and prices reason Able. I solicit a Simre of Tui it a >u�5 patronage. Shop mail a on South Street i keep the very choicest and serve them in first class Oiler. Try our Al Gina roasts our fair weights and Low prices. Highest Price paid for hides pelts and dressed hols Henry Miller. Oots Osrox i Iii physician stand surgeon tenders his professional services to a the citizen its of Monroeville and Vicinity ail Calls attended to both Day a or night. Office in building Secoll i door South from the South East Corm Jar of Mulberry. Had. Gut Ulii xxi new

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