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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - May 17, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Re air Pittsburgh fort Wayne and Chicago b. B. Schedule in effect May �o2f.h, 1888. Trains leave Monroeville As follows East Bottand. Atlantic express Laily 6 00 a m Crestline express of 7 28 am Imp express 2 36 p m i of Cal freight f a m Fustine Waily 6 2a p m West bound. Arts line f 11 45 a m Crestline express f 6 09 p m freight f 1 00 p m Pacific express 12 50, a a stops every Monduy Luo Ruig. F in inv except Simciak. Pullman Palace sleeping and Buffet cars to Ali rough trains run without change. to Chicago East Tomid to , Haiti Surg i Ultimore Wiuli Lugton and new York. A for time tables Kates of fare thrown go tickets and baggage checks Auri further in formation regarding the running of trains apply to h Hayes agent Monroeville ind James Mcc Iliia e. A. Foed manager. O. P. Amp t. At Pittsburgh put town ail coi try news. 3iaii�zvet k e port. Corrected weekly by d. S. Redelsheimer. Monkey ill thursday april 19, 88. Gain. Wheat 82c, Rye 4gc Corn 46c Oats hoc Clover seed 3.50 a Sac 4.0u Timothy Hay 9.00. Pod lace. Potatoes 1.20 Navy Beans 3 00 Laid per lb., 8c butter 14c eggs 12e flour per sack 1.15 flour per bbl., 4.50 Salt per bbl., 1.00 beeswax 16 i3ried apples 8c feathers geese 45c. . Cocky commi36ioker. To the editor of the Breeze please announce the name of Samuel Bolyard of Jackson township As a Candi late Lor commissioner of District 1 of a Lien county subject to the decision of the democratic convention. Editor big Eek through tie solicitation of friends i live decided to be a candidate for the a ice of county commissioner Ironi tie first a District subject to the decision of tiie Allen county democratic . I ask the support and in ii of All my democratic friends. It nominated and elected i pledge myself to discharge the duties of the o e impartially and for the of the . Jasper w. Jokes. Foil shia Lff. To the editor of the Breeze please announce my name As a candidate for so Jerily of Allen county subject to the decision of the democratic nominating convention. George h. Viberg. A the Framo for Niezer of Biden our s elevator has been raised. A Frank Edwards is no sing a Large boil located upon his right Cheek. A i. J. Lobelia was Here saturday in the interest of the Empire company. A Niezer amp co., received two car Load of dressed lumber and one of lath yesterday. �?7. In Shouger agent for the Cham it Ion reapers and mowers was in town the past week. A Kev. Father Gnirke of Roanoke ind., was in town yesterday the guest of fat Ier Haftman. £�gmu3�c lessons on either piano or Organ. Also lessons in Gorman. Mrs. Edward Drake. A lion r. C. Bell was hustling around inning tie boys again yesterday. He seems to be in the race for congressman to win. A a countryman being asked in whom he put his Trust said when he had a cold lie put it in or. Fenner s cough h Ivey. A Esmond s flour Miu one of the largest in the i Ity of fort Wayne was a or oved by lire tuesday evening loss pc. E. Vebber is engaged in re paint ing tie owned by the widow of 1 lie Hue John Steinmaus now occupied by Bev. Jones and family. Miller known throughout a the country As Yankee Miller died suddenly of heart disease at Liis Home in Adams county tuesday morning. He being sick Only fifteen minutes. A As we go to press we learn of Tfir death of Uncle Jimmy Shaffer who passed away at ten o clock this morning. Funeral saturday at ten o clock. All friends of the family Are invited to attend without further notice. A on the 8th, Day of Jude 1888, the x o. O. Of a cemetery Wili Fco cd is i of wed the Graves of dec excised Asi Oidis. Decorated. All Donn, cd hots is thankfully received. On the same Day loto will be a Oia oat to tie Lii ghost bidder. A Jacob Cas Sady is repainting his residence. A a remember that at redelsheimer s Model 8t0ee is the place to buy your dry goods and notions. Stock Complete and prices that defy Competition. A Jasper Jone s announcement for commissioner of the first District appears in this Issue. He will make a tour around the county in a few Days to ascertain his chances. Thru you want to decorate and beautify your Walls and ceiling to Call at m. Strass and examine his Stock of Wall paper. Best Gold tinted Only 25 cts Good paper Only 6 cts. A we Are indebted to several persons of this place for tracing up a Bill which we were unaware was due us. Quot we have reference to the 10 cent line locals upon the Purchase of the fire engine a our heart Felt sympathy is with the Young Man and his Best girl of this place who were thwarted in procuring a marriage License recently on account of parents and guardian interfering. A a very pleasant time was enjoyed at the social hop held at the residence of mrs. Krick Friday evening last. Benjamin was in the Best of spirits and William took the cake in calling off. A Uncle Sammy Pool with his wife two sons Joseph and Horatio and their families will leave for California about the Middle of july where they expect to reside the remainder of their Days. Pc. W. Bollins has ice Cream on hand each Day at present it is rather Cooling refreshments. Charley is also making preparations to Supply the people of this place with vegetables of All kinds. A Phillip Krick has Quot purchased the harness shop formerly conducted by h. D. Poole. He will continue the business at the old stand and solicits the patronage of All who May need work in his line. President j. H. Smart has the thanks of the Breeze for Tho annual Register of Purdue University with an outline of study for 18s8-89. The College is prospering under or. Smart s jurisdiction. Quot Wien baby waa sick we gave her Castoria when a he we a a child Sis cried Doc Castoria Wien Eho Beamo Mia a he Clang to Ca Atria when so by children she gave Thorn Castoria a a tabular statement of the shares of work set apart and apportioned to each person benefited by the construction of the ditch known As the Solway main ditch can be seen at the Post office. The a Kex Model store Cali be found a fresh Stock of White leads Patent paints and oils. Parties anticipating painting their property can save Money calling at a redelsheimer s Annex Model. A an Exchange says there seems to be an idea prevailing that it is not a sin to steal an umbrella. We Don t know about the idea but the custom seems very deep seated and hard to Root out. In the last Day there will be a vast number of umbrellas accounted for. A on Friday evening May 25th ,1888, the ladies of the lutheran Church will hold the mite at the residence of we. Maxheimer. All Are cordially invited to turn out. The Monroeville brass band will be present and entertain those who May be present with music suitable for the occasion. Uncle George Snyder one of the first Farmers of this part of Allen county died at his Home in Jefferson township tuesday morning after a severe illness of several weeks. The funeral will take place from Tho a Nily residence to Day and the remains interred in the i. O. O f., cemetery at new Haven. A in this Issue appears the announcement of Geo. Viberg for Sheri if. Since filling the unexpired term of Nelson or. Viberg Haa proven himself to be the proper Man for the place and As he should have been elected four years ago when fairly and honestly Nomma Ted by the convention his party is doing him no More than Justice should it nominate him by acclamation. A from �11 appearances there is More a incr sold by on saloons upon the Sabbath Day than dirring the week. Last Sua fat we noticed this to tvo persons giving into tic differ sufi saloons tii within one ii Ora and 36van into Cic ated Iaan. Upon. Oui Street. Alta italic Lions Lou or five vrc.? ego \res9 in Havi Cush k to stopped Bat of late there seems to be no Effort made to capture and bring to Justice those who have no regard Lor the thnh the old Ball Rolls on first regular meeting. Monday evening the first regular meeting of new Law makers of the town of Monroeville was held in the City Hall All members being present in fall uni form precisely at the regular hour. President Finau brought the Gavel Down upon the polished table which was a signal for order a profound silence was at once noticed and to such an extent that the drop of a pin could have been heard which was Only broken by the Gruff voice of the chairman As he swung himself Back in his seat with As much Pomn As a president of the United states and stated that while it was a custom with All orders to appear in their Lodge room dressed in full regalia in his opinion each member of this Lodge should practice the gentlemanly Art of removing their hats while in session forgetting that he had not removed his own. Like the school boy when appearing before an audience for Tho first time Edward was no doubt considerably embarrassed not anticipating that any of Tho members save him would appear in the Council Chambers dressed in silk hats but was astounded to find clerk meters and the entire Council save the silent member from tie fourth Ward were donned in silk plug and Low crowned White hats. Regaining his sense of duty president Finan once More called the House to order and the Council proceeded to transact what business there was before them. Several important questions came up among which was the sinking of two More cisterns but owing to the present spirit existing among the people it was decided to table All Utill the next regular meeting. Several Bills were allowed after which the Bond of c. C. Meyers As clerk was read and approved Frank frees a be ii Meyers Security Bond of h. A Shank As treasurer signed by or. W a. Connolly and e. Finan was accepted followed by the Bond of c. A Ockham As marshal with j. W. Meeks and we. Murchland As securities was accepted after which the Board adjourned. Jay Lawn festival. A Lawn festival will be held on Hay 24th, 1888, in the Beautiful Yard of our fellow to was Man j. B. Niezer who has kindly Volunteer 1 his premises for that purpose. The proceeds of the festival will be devoted to the Purchase of a memo jul window in the st. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in course of erection. All on , who Are interested in the improvement of our town by the building of a stylish and Beautiful Church and the suitable decoration thereof Are invited to attend. The v,-.ill not be on an affair of financial interest but a most pleasant amusement of old and Young. J. B. Niezer who is universally esteemed and All members of Tho Catholic congregation of this place extend the most Hearty Welcome to All Wixo May wish to be present. Tho ladies will do All in their Powar to have refreshments prepared for Tho gratification of the inner Man. Ice Cream and cakes will be served. Ice Cream 10 cents and cakes 5 cents. Tee committee. Excitement in Texas. Groat excitement has been Causi a in the Vicinity of Paris tox., by the remarkable recovery of or. J. E. Corley Olio was so lie Pless he could not turn in bed or raise his head everybody said he was dying of consumption. A bottle of or. King s new discovery was sent him. Finding Relief he bought a Large bottle and a Box of or. King s new life pills by the time he had taken two boxes of pills and two bottles of the di.9 covery he was Well and gained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles of this great for consumption ire a. Shank s. A carpenters Are Busy at i resent. A ascension Dav or holy thursday an event observed As a great religious festival by the roman Catholic and episcopal churches occurred on thursday of last week. It comes on the 40th Day after easter and serves to commemorate the ascent of Christ into heaven after his crucifixion burial and resin Section. For summer kit Lien new will sell cheap easily moved. End quire at this office. Notice. Tho democratic voters of Moni of township Are hereby notified to meet at the town Hall in the town of Monroe Vine Allen county ind., on the 26, Day of May 1s88, at 2 o clock p. M. For the purpose of electing one congressional Delegate to attend the congressional convention also one Delegate to attend the joint senatorial convention. All Are cordially invited to attend. Vol. Dio Kibson \ John hates it committee. D. A. Kov j cot to co its a ground hog Case to get them out of our Road. As we contemplate making some change in our business we will offer Othir stood oif men and boy clothing dry goods boots shoes at first Cost. Come and see us Hile this Opportunity to buy cheap trouble to silo i goods. Come in and examine before kill the Hen that Lay Golden people have found out who Lias been their friends for two years past. They know we have stood by them and a return they Are standing by us. Hence the ii Odds that flock to our is Ore. New and Complete Stock of Clotho hats and Caps boots shoes and stray Cash store ladies you Are respectfully invited to Call and examine my new Stock of Fine and latest styles of a and summer goods. I have the largest and most Complete Stock m town and in Low prices shall Endeavor to Lead the race by calling on me you will find that i am the Leader in All matters pertaining to millinery and notion Quot. Respectfully Mes. E. Baker. Monroeville ind we desire to announce War i Fri King first class photo ozarks tin types at very reasonably prices. Of Root pi5 Oao 3 on Cloudy Days As we i As Clear. All work warranted and a a Arron teed. Call and see Lis. In the a Ingrie building Over Shank s drug store fore going elsewhere. Co. Monroeville Monroeville Blacksmith shop Geo. Doctor. Prop. Having permanently located and fitted up a first class shop in Monroeville i am now prepared to do All work entrusted to my care on Short notice and in a Good substantial manner. Horse shoeing amp Wagon to k a specially. All Wrork warranted and prices reasonable. I respectfully Solvith a 8hire of the Ablio it Ataro aage. Siop Maivis a on South st beet i keep the very choicest meats Sard serve them in Glrst class Ortler. Try our Al Grant roasts our fair weights and love prices. Highest Price paid for hides pelts and dressed hogs. Henry Miller. A a a Esicial and sue Geoit. Tenders his professional services to it j the citizens of Monroeville eaird Vicinity Ali Calls promptly attended to Bott Day. Or night. Office Lix building be cont 5 a apr 8 with from the so it i East Goral of Mulberry Aad Soi a or trots. Quot in t

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