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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - June 9, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana A a am a look at the t i idea. I Are Uliey the Sadr test bout Chui affo and new York Are to the in ult uti Between. It. Loud a nil Newyl re Are Uliey the shortest Toute Between Cincinnati and few York Arci Heuie silo test. Route Between Cine Natl and Chicago look at the Pennsylvania lines. Do they make connection for the a reach inf olt tins of the West and Northwest by Wuy of Chicago Ijo they make Connei Mon for Ali parts of the West and <1 Vei Oping Southwest by Way of Btl Anim i o by Way of Cincinnati Siml ii jul still a make Connet ton for Tow lust Cwi cent ers and pleasure Ana health Reb Ruof the Souch Quot look at the map Pennsylvania liiiie.��. Do they h a i the resorts of Mich-1 1� Tiv reach the to Quot it Kiln resorts of the Vilt Tho they extend 1� the oct i v so Ltd the new Jersey Oia a Quot of key through new York intr All i it Points in new England look at he map pm a Sylvain a Liuz a. Are they who Only Portera of railways t a capitals of Indiana flip Ioanid Ivaria with Theca i Al a be by Roj unon of their Thurnel do form tie links Tiina bind to i sections of the \ us is. Do constitute a or it Hii a vans he Woen live Hast Wesst set i., and South look at the map Penns Kama let iut is. T o Tiev traverse populous portions of a Postern f in Isalva Iii it Hio Aii�, the principal cities and to in or the Statos Leo they offer a or thle s in the Way of dirt Init s to tin res Zionts of those states for social and Cunikin crucial Intercourse ? look at the map for time of trains rates of fare end Flat Blind i Mardiat train service apply to May ticket Ati iut. Market reports. -w.j. Oowen and family Fere theto get along with log Hooi Honse and pay tiie teachers 76 cents a Day Bat now we Moat Hawe a land Brick school Honse with a Bell on and Here in town we have of e As big As a Enort Hotine with a superintendent and a lot of teachers and the whole rang of teachers in town and country Are Ltd too Minoh wages. Two dollars a week is enough for any female teacher and a Dollar a Day is Good pay for a male teacher. Now or. Editor i did t intend to say so much but i heard the other Day that the town Board were talking about Graveling the roads and that the township trustee had offered to spend $100 to make a search for gravel but when i got to thinking Over How Many foolish things we pay taxes for i could t help touching several of them up a Little i am satisfied that this whole town and country around Are opposed to spending one cent for gravel roads and if the town Board attempts to spend any of our Money for Kuch nods Euse we ought to declare their offices vacant and get along with out them. I have neveral other things for instance our county officers that i would like to write about but As i have written enough for this time i la let you hear from me again next week. Yours old citizen. Guest of relatives at pleasant Mill this week. A Lewis keeps the Best Brand of flour and it is the favorit among the ladies a for a neat and Complete Job take your buggies to Jones Wien they want repairing. In redelsheimer has carpets of All kinds and at All prices. Call and exam in them Jones the Wagon maker is now prepared to do All kinds of repairing on Short notice. A a portion of on new Stock has arrived and others will be on in a few . A dried fruits canned fruits and foreign fruits at Lewis fruit House and always fresh a miss Mary Haines of Warsaw ind., is the guest of her brother be v. J. M. Haines and family. Philip Burger and wife have moved from the Shaffer property to the Marion Mentzer property on South Street. A one horse Wagon a Large Copper Kettle 1 flour barrel 1 Trully Hay Fork two and second hand sewing machines. Call at this office. A an assignment a. S. Redelsheimer at the Model store is daily assign ing his goods to his customers at reduced prices. No other store in town is doing this. Summer right to the Point do you believe in making the Best possible use of your Money do to u want to get the most von can for a Dollar do you want that Dollar to by y not Only the most but the Best do you the popular route tourists. Fur i Monroeville thursday june 9th 1892 . Corrected weekly by d. S. Ived Elsheimer. Potatoes per Bushel. 30 lard per la. Butter per h8o. Eggs per Coz. La beeswax or ib.,.lc. Be Uttieri Gretise per 45c. Tallow. 3c. Navy beaus per Bushel.$1.80. Flour 1 or sack. 1.05. Flour per bbl.4.0u. Buck beat flour per Pound 3e Salt pet Bijl. New. 90. A co unwashed.22c. Rock Salt per Lou .�5c. Timothy seed. 1.60. Outa and com ground. Pure.1.50. Eye. Corrected weekly by the Monroe Ville elevator. Flour per bbl.,. $4.00. Linckwheat.20 and 40c Kye. 65c Graham. 3c by. Barley. Corn meal new and $1<i0 wheat red and White new.87c oats.32c Bye,.72j by cd wheat. Barley. 40 Salt new.90c new York. 1.20 Quot Kock per 100 lbs. 75c. Corn Kew. 45 flax seed.90 Clover seed c Oigt Clover seed ,.$ a s7.00 Timothy seed .$1,50 Wool unwashed. 23 Wool wa.slied.25 @ 28 Oil meal per 100 lbs.$1.50. Brau per 100,.-.90. Middling per 100,.$3.00 screenings. Per Bushel,�?.20c. Oats und Corn ground per 100 lbs. 1.15. Corn Chi i it go Iid 90. Hay ,.$ Hizy mixed Aud Clover. A Straw Oais Aud wheat. .$1.50 $2.50 Straw Rye .$3.00 $4.00 flour bran and middling Given in a a change for wheat. Custom feed ground tuesdays and saturdays. Corn meal thursdays. Town locals a Shank keeps a full line of paints and Oil. A half Patent elevator floor still takes the Lead a Davis sewing machine Needles for Sale at this office a 0. Bryan of fort Wayne was in town monday last. A Lewis has received a Supply of Fine Glt a machinery it stands prepared table pickles. Doh t forget your chickens Pratt is food is i he Best. Only at Shanks. A Hedqui inters for highest prices on country produce at Lewis to tit fourth of jul the citizens of monro�vi11e, held a Large and Euthon Sustic meeting on last monday evening at the town Hall to make arrangements for the Celebration Foi the of the coming 4th of july. The question of celebrating in going to the mountains or Ocean the 4th was carried with a Hurrah and resorts of the East or to the Lake re committee of five appointed to pre Gion you Are sure of a pleasant Jour pare a list of committees to be report. Ney if your ticket reads via Pennsylva at another meeting to be held on Nia lines direct route to the anglers last tuesday evening at the same Paradise in Michigan and to principal Pace the meeting adjourned to places of summer sojourn along the a Quot get a gain the next tuesday eve Atlantic in the alleghenies Adiron Ning. Tuesday came and with it a Dacks and the catskills. For details Good crowd of representative citizens address any ticket agent of the pen assembled at the town Hall and unania Sylvania lines or f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a. Gravel roads. What gravel roads in Monroeville whoever heard of such extravagance. We pay too much tax now. We Are taxed for Side walks drains sewers Bridges Road scrapers and worse than All the rest our town Board has taxed us for Public Wells to be sunk in different places on our streets just As though we have not enough water now. In the Good old Days before we had any of these things whiskey was enough cheaper than it is now and you did t see As much drunk Enesa As you do now. I Tell you we must get Back to where we started tear up the Side walks smash the Street lamps fill up the sewers and ditches or let them fill them selves up that won t Cost anything break the Road scrapers they Are Only a nuisances to fire to the town Hall fire engine Ca Laboose and All. Then Chase the town Board and the. Marshal out of town. Then we can have cheap whiskey and Low taxes once More and a Man can sit Down and enjoy a Little Comfort. Another thing people dress too Well Aud Are getting too proud but Side walks and Street lamps Are the cause of it. Let them walk in the mud they used to walk in the mud years ago and people were As Good then and May be a Little better than they Are now. Who cares for the bad roads no one need be in such a hurry that they can t wait till they get Good. They always have been bad in Winter Spring and fall some folks say there will be two or three Small towns Spring up on the North along the new rail Road and if we Don t look out they will take a lot of our Trade from Monroeville. Suppose they do who cares. We can go to it. Wayne and buy what we want if there was t a store in town. What we wont to do is to keep Down the taxes and Lessen our expenses and when i say we i mean not Only the people of Monroeville but the people for Miles around Monroeville and what i have said Aboite the expense for sewers in town applies just the same to dishes in the country they Are a nuisance Aud ought to be filled up. Before we Hai to much tomfoolery about ditching and draining we could get water anywhere at a depth of from 12 to 18 feat and Good water too but now we must have Wells dug a Hundred feet deep with new fan to reason that the deep Wells Don t furnish us As pure water As the shallow ones the nearer the top of the ground the purer the water is because rain water is the purest of any. Another thing i think its time to Call a halt on is Tho High Mously adopted the report of the committee appointed on Tho previous evening who reported a list of committees made up of our most substantial and re liable citizens. It was the sense of the meeting that we the citizens of Monroe Ville Aud adjoining townships should All act together in the preparation for and Celebration of our glorious 4th of july. Report of committee. To adjourned meeting of citizens of said town. Gentlemen and citizens. Your committee appointed for the Pur House i wages paid to school teacher a. We pose of selecting and reporting commit tees and other plans for the 4th of july Celebration of 1892, beg leave to submit the following we have selected and re commended. For committee on finance printing and advertising a. Shank John Alleger and e. Finan. For committee on program John Connolly William Dickerson and c. Holder. For committee on Parade Henry Krick de Johnson Sylvester Magner John Malon and James Doggett. For committee on military Henry Smith Silvester Maguey and or. W. Connolly for committee on music instrumental John Dickerson e. Weber vocal Orie Edwards Hattie Congleton l. E. Wright Grace Sweany Mary Niezer. For committee on amusements de. Johnson Frank Webster Charles Rose George Glancy Frank Walters Maurice Niezer Lee pillars John Meese a. J. Doggett. Charles Somers Walter Freese and de Mundorff. For committee on fire works w. A. Connolly. We. Dickerson Robert Elliott Nelson Stevens Mert Webster t. S. Jonas and j. B. Miller. For soliciting committee William Overly. D. Kauffman John Tillman a. H. Anderson James Savio Aud j. W. Meeks. For committee speakers on Aud invitations a. B. Niezer c. P. Mitchel and s. A. Mentzer. For committee on decoration John Gailey mrs. Congleton. Mrs. Sweany mrs. Overly mrs. J. B. Niezer Mattie Whittern miss Jennie Casselman miss Mary Brown an miss Francis Minster. For committee on grounds a. I. Montgomery and Abraham Barkley. For executive committee John a. Connolly e. W. Meeks d. C Purman. For grand marshal. C. Holder. John Connolly chairman e. W. Meeks Sec y new Meeks. Attorney Al Law notary Public and collecting agent. Special a Teuton Given to draft us deeds mortgage a Audi wills. Oil Joe with Bker Sze. Because by a handle goods of recognized Merit Only. constant aim is to produce better value. Better fit and workmanship and at the same time wer. The Price. We Are showing special bargains in mex amps suits it $5. $6, $7 and $8. Mens All Wool suits at $10, Worth $12.50. Mens All Wool Sui St $12 Worth $15.00. So Erial Sale of boys and children s clothing one Hundred and fifty suits size 4 to 14 years at $1.50 Worth $2.50, one Hundred dark cassimere suits size 4 to 14 years at $2.00 Worth $3.50. These Are bargains Seldom offered so Call Early. We guarantee eve str thing you buy of us. If not satisfactory we refund your Money. Headquarters for great bargains Globe one Price 01otln.iers, be hatters Corner Calhoun and main streets fort Wayne ind. Heft ton read this before it will do no harm to read it again. You can not read it too often. We can not say too much of the merits of Par Melee s dyspepsia kidney and liver cure. If you Are at All affected with dyspepsia or any disorders of the liver or kidneys you should try this remedy. Sold by Devil eve. Are Yon tanned freckled or son Lin int j use Hamilton s Oriental Balm. It re j moves All blemishes. Perfectly Safe. Prepared by e. M. Parmelee medical co., Danville n. Y. Sold by dealers. Parmelee s pile suppositories Are War ranted to cure. Never known to fail. Hundreds of sufferers testify to their virtue. 50 cents a Box. Sold by dealers. Do mos Nitos kill other insects. We Don t know. We do know that Parmelee s household ointment is the Best thing in the world to apply for insect bites Burns cuts chapped hands &c., for ulcers and Salt Rheum is sure to effect a cure. It is guaranteed to do this. Price for Large Box 25 cents. Sold by dealers. Shatia Choate without children. By t if the children Are troubled with Worms and Are peevish fretful uneasy in sleep and liable to tits they Are not so great a Blessing. Give them Parme Lee s Sau Tonine worm Raudies. Children like them and they effectually remove the cause of disturbance. Sold by dealers. The politicians gathered at Minneapolis. Were May of them badly affected with corns. Parmelee s Indian Corn cure is a sure cure when used according to directions. Sold by dealers. How to be Happy healthy Aucul Strong. Iron is Rich food for the blood hops Are a splendid tonic and quieting to the nervous system. Bucu acts upon the kidneys safely. Pii Melee s hop Iron Aud Bucu bitters is a perfect combination of agents in All their purity. It is a great renewed of strength la cases of poor digestion feeble circulation and exhaustion of Tho vital ener Gies it is the remedy to take. Weak nervous women and nursing mothers will find it a wonderful tonic. Sold by dealers. A action Jorse Slider and general jobber in Povhe Blacksmith line also of wagons and carriages. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction and i solicit your patronage. Shop on main Street opposite tha elevator Monroeville , feed amp Sah Stablo Monroeville in the Best of a Iasi furnish eyed at reasonable rates. Sample wagons and buggies for commercial travellers. Horses put Canden by the a or week. Stable on South a a Lor Bucklen a Arnio amp Salve. The bust said or in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Etter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions Quot and cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by h. A. Shank. Appoint Talent of execute. For All kinds of stationary Call at Tho Post Oil ice stand writing Papek, Cap Legal Cap scratch books pens pencils Ink periodicals of All Kirit. Also agents for All foreign Walters ind ?. To go to the Post Ortico for specs Acles. Use of Timoner for teat g to . Webster amp son. Having opened tip a notice hereby Given that the under signed has of the last wiil i us i it Malinda Kricun. Late ii a i to Liu Luau. Defeated. Said is to Beao Leub. Henk Laii Cit . E. W. Sli ski a y i of Summit Street i ask a share of the j patronage of the people of Monroe in Jand Vicinity. L shall keep on hair do Woood meats of All kind 1 and shall try to satisfy the people. Pm. Over3ly. A

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