Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
7 Jun 1888

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7 Jun 1888

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - June 7, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana A s i / / Csc a it 2v a Independent in All things Neutral in nothing a old series yol. Xix. No. 10. Monroeville Allen co., ind., thursday., june 7th, 1888. New series vol. A no. Ali Rosol �3ci Quot Uitos a a so of for year old Roan horse for Sale. Enquire at this piece. Cd. Millers now shoe shop has been _xiez01. Amp Ridenour s elevator is painted. I each a Jay be it iring completion. The Sisr Vul paper Down to g cts per Roll Ding is nearly All on and the Iron roof at m. Straps. Trill be put on Neyt week. The Archi a a. S. Argo and s. M. Williams Are again at Home. 8"good Wall paper from g to 25 cts Par Roll at m. St mss. A the picnic at the Knouse Grove next saturday is the fist one of tie season. A Wall Pao a lower than any other place at ii. Stras so Only 0 cents per Roll Best Gilt paper 20 cts. Text claims this will be the largest and most Complete elevator in the state. A fresh smoked hams dried beef and sausage at grahams meat Market a an tee Cream supper was Given at the residence of or. And mrs. Adam Marquart in Madison township last saturday in Honor of their 4son Jacob who returned from Warsaw for a Short visit. All those present enjoyed the of the old town pump at the Corner Casion. Of main and Softli streets has been removed and a new one put in. Music ii less is on either piano or Organ. Also lessons in German. My s. Edward Drake. A mrs. M. Cary Aud youngest son Hugh. Of cha1 Minoog i. Tmiu., Are the Geitt of her sifter mrs. O v. Drown. A the old Wass Homestead just South of town is being re modelled and painted which adds greatly to its appearance. A it. F. Shank is remodelling his build ing j ont Erly occupied let a Sami Pool preparatory to moving Liis drug store a be a York Wool buyer at Model store will pay highest a prices. Call and see him be Ore soiling cur Wool. A a special meeting of the Allen co. Agricultural society to which All members and others Are requested to attend will be held at their Hall on saturday june 1g, 1888. Come out As business of interest to every Farmer in the county will be brought before the meeting. A a music lessons on either piano or Organ. Also lessons in German. Mrs. Edward Drake. Pictures . B. Bax ter solicitor for pictures to enlarge will be at this place in a few Days to take orders. ,4s lie has been in the business for Home time and the pictures delivered heretofore have Given entire satisfaction those who have pictures they want made larger should give him their orders. A the up ing term at the Knouse school in mad Sou township closes a a. A. Quot Waterman has an increase j not a saturday and the scholars Are in hi.1- earthly possessions which causes Ina of Jar extensive preparations to have him to a Eli proud. His cow gave birth a picnic in the Beautiful Grove that sur the school. A Hearty invitation is extended to All. Prof. J. B. Munger to twin calves pc. B. Bixler Soli Eiter for pictures to enlarge wis it this place Friday last Deloyc Rizig some very handsome specs Vieni of workmanship. A usher Wing amp William a a Tore Irig your House. A the town Board met last monday evening and elected d. C. Nrman a member of the school Board. The selection was a Surprise to Many. A several citizens complain of boys destroying their gardens. They Are known and if repeated will answer for their acts before proper officers. T s Well that ends Well said the homely Man us he covered his red hair with a new hat purchased from the new Stock at lied Elsheimer a Model Stoke. A the work of laying the foundation for the new Catholic Church was completed yesterday and the workmen returned to their Home at Dellios Ohio in the afternoon. A a valuable Colt belonging to or. W. P. Buhl of Sheldon ind., Hung itself last saturday night on its mothers Halter strap at the Home of j. H. Llull in Marion township. I now is the time to buy Wall paper m. Trass has reduced his prices Down to g cents per Roll. A a Plank cover has been placed Over the new fire Cistern which completes the work. So soon As Brick can be had several More will be sunk in various parts of town. A Monroeville will not get the new Road it will pass through Jackson township and Cross the Pittsburgh Road at a Point near the old Wilson Law Mill site 1 Between this place and Maples. E2fthe ladies of the lutheran Church a will bold a festival at the g. A. 11. Hall thursday june 7th, 1888. A cordial invitation is extended to All. Strawberries and ice Cream will to furnished. A for the Benefit of the pleasant Grove m. E. Church an ice Cream social will be held at the residence of W. Bolyard on tuesday evening june 12. Turn out everybody and spend a few in open air and Hare a social Good time. Just two Good sewing machines one Howe and a Grover and Baker for Sale a t a very Low Price by J. Breman. A marshal Peckham has been instructed to enforce the Law in regar4,to horses pasturing upon the streets and com tons. It is dangerous and in order to save Cost and Troube Msahal Peckham requests us to say that Taliej must be shut up. Of Monroeville and Rev. R. E. Lenhart of Maples will deliver the addresses at the above picnic. La or Eile shei m Ess Batel store can is pm Ost desirable styles in Wall paper. All grades prices Low. A the following is a report of school District no. 9. Monroe to. Allen co., for the month ending May 25. 1sss. No. Enrolled 29. Average daily attendance 20. No. Tardy 1. Minutes lost by tardiness 10. Names of those who were neither tardy n or Al a sen 1 a m3 and Sherman Walker Flora Bel Emma Harvey and David Smith James Wright and George Baker. D. B. , teacher. T new lot of clothing just received at la welsheimer s Model a store. # a last Friday evening at the residence of James Shell an in Jakson township occurred a pleasant Surprise in Honor of the hosts Birt Diady. The affair was managed by a Largo crowd of relatives and friends who quietly met and arranged their program at a neighbors House and then proceeded to the Home of or. Sheehan and in his absence in town doing trading took Possession. All enjoyed themselves and Hope to meet together on Many such occasions. Cd tie jewel gasoline stove sold at Redl theimers Model store is the Best in the Market. A on a petition signed by a number of the leading Farmers of Jackson township which a vill be found published elsewhere in this Issue the county commissioners on tuesday of this week fixed july 14. As the Dale of holding an election in that township on the proposition to vote 84,000 Aid to the now York Mahoning Western Road in consideration of the erection of a passenger and freight depot in that township. Farmers in that Section seem to be rejoicing Over the prospects of getting the Road there fore the Small sum asked will be voted without a doubt. A a judge speaking of the value of local papers recently said a every year every local paper gives from $1,000 to $5,000, in free lines for the sole Benefit of the Community in which it is located. No other gency can or will do this. It May not be Brilliant or crowded with great thoughts but financially it is More of a Benefit to a Community than the preacher or teacher. Understand us now we do not mean morally or intellectually but financially and yet on the moral question you will find tie majority of the local papers on the question. The editors of the local papers do the most work for the least Money of any men on the Earth. Subscribe for your local paper not As a Charity but a an investment. A go to W. Hollins for your warm meals. Only 25 cts. A governor Hiil of new York has signed the Bill abolishing hanging for a All murders committed after january 1, 1839, and substituting death by Elic Trinity therefor. A the Davis sewing machine company is a solid company and when they warrant each of their machines for a term of five years you Ean rest assured that they will make them of the Best with the greatest care. There is no doubt the a a Davis will Wear three times As Long As it is warranted. To the largest Stock of shoes in town is at a Model store. A no sensible Man should get angry because a newspaper Man Dunn him for Democrat. And sensible men do not Good brother. Its Only those who by some strange provision of Providence have got just senses enough to keep out of an Insao Asylum that get Ned when Dunne in a business Telegraph. Cut if Short brother a sensible Man always pays for his paper in Advance. In All kinds of Straw and stiff hats redelsheimer s Model store. A an unknown editor who resides someplace in the realms of peaceful Bliss says that there Are two things that the pres3 cannot do. One of Thorn is to dissuade people from kindling a fire 1 with kerosene on account of Tulve explosion Likely to follow and the other is to Stop them from eating pork by daily narrations of trichina1 horrors. Customs and appetite Are both mightier than the pen in this instance. A the following bit of fact taken from an Iott paper by one of our exchanges meets with our Hearty approval be should esteem it a great is. Our friends would take pains to Tell us the news. Many Good people wonder Why they Are never mentioned in the paper yet they never come around to mention anything they happen to know. If a Friend visits them they do not name it. If any of their family go on a journey they remain silent. If a neighbor Dies they do not Tell the particulars. No matter what occurs the editor must get the news some other Way than by a them yet they May imagine the editor has pets and will help some Ai d ignore others and All that narrow sort of things. Now Good people editors Are not made that Way they Are a generous social Large hearted sort of Fellows who want the Earth and once having it in their Gnipp will squeeze All the greenness and All the meanness out of All they yet. Aud give it Back to their readers put up in handsome packages paragraphs. Hunt up the editor Aud cell him. City Drue store h. A. Shank pharmacist. Drugs Patent medicines paints Oik prescriptions carefully compounded. Best Brays of cigars in town. Shank s drug store West South. Street Monroeville. Ii Only ocular 3-m.ci xxx Ciesta Ler in this line i have a Complete Stock Raffl will at few a to All Calls Day or night. A special attention paid to ism Baliag. Hearse t Ura shed when desired. Cle culex in All kinds of furniture f n a it ? s amp vow or it a of so i to Sci incl Zebu and Sta,tioner3t, the general opinion is that the Moon has passed through the natural stages of birth and is now undergoing the changes incidental to Sinai decay. E know not whether this be True or false but we do know that there is but one genuine Davis hewing machine and that is the Only machine that uses the vertical feed. Don t fail to use it. Mam for y our a sensible View of the matter. The following article from the Nickerson Argosy is right to the Point and also from a Man who had experience in writing to newspapers before he became an editor a sometimes we hear complaints that country newspapers do not devote enough space to agriculture Aud i s various branches. There Are several reasons for this and As we have had some experience in this Lino we will give some of them. Four Farmers out of live never attend a Farmers club or Grange or a write an Urti clo for publication on any subject. They Don they wont attend to their Public interests As other Al asses do. Nine country papers out of ten would give one or More columns every week to any Farmer or organization of Farmers to discuss any and every subject pertaining to their interests if they would furnish the copy in time. Hundreds of such offers have been made. Very few have been accepted and most invariably after a Short trial they have failed because the Farmers failed to carry out their part of the work. For nearly two years we had charge of a Grange column and time time and again requested contributions from members and others and we never received one half a column All told. All papers understand that agriculture is the foundation of our Industrial system and no class of Public men Are More willing to assist the Farmers than the country editors if the Farmers would show a disposition to help themselves. Residence second House South of he decile Church. All Calls attended to promptly Day or night. Hearse furnished when desired. Also de ale 11 in and manufacturer. A of All kinds of Mimi writ repairing saw filing it in c., amp a. Finest and largest Stock of picture frames and moulding Call and examine rav goods at the cresent cityurnitu3e store moist Neville the undersigned having formed a Copartnership we Are prepared to take contracts the coming season in Brick and Stone work. Estimates for buildings furnished promptly on application. Prices at the very lowest figures and satisfaction guaranteed. Call on or address May amp Colyer id. Bread cakes pies fruits nuts candies lunch. Ice Cream milk s a. E. Ror Spruce Beer Ginger ale and lemonade look out for new advertisement in a few d As. C. W. . Feed stable Monroeville Best of i amp is at reasonable Bates. Sample wagons and buggies for commercial travellers. Horses boarded by the Day or week. Stable on South amp Mclntosh. It

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