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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - December 26, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana I Joe Pic Ynio a t in All this sgt Jse Uthal by old 8mes vol xxv no. To Coeville Allen co., ind., thursday. December my 1895. In series vol Xii. No. 52. J. B. Niezer. C. P. Mitchell Epif Side it. Cashier. A 1izin s stil k us Monroeville Indiana. Of of of Pitol 30.000.0 0. R a Sii cts a general b i King Busi Kirss pm its i div -11 i i cent in Tom est Ltd 11 us v a a Salii it Yoji Blip i in s. H a a Al pc it a Ait w years is Iju next Liolu Cly in the Snow Vivoni your Side Closi la Ioil Elioso of Stark county in Iii a via is ill the City. Out new buc us Lieut flour 15c per at the elevator. Sale a 1 y the Flay or week at or lances a it Egin wit i the new year by to the a Frank Smith is at Indian Apo ii taking in the Holiday sights. At a Fred Dennis of new Haven a is ill Oil City Christmas Day. Quot a. M. Strass. A the township schools closed Hist Friday for a two weeks Holiday vacation. A attorney Chichester Holder of c our county capital was in our City Friday last. A keep warm by securing a Tyr those underwear for ladies or men at Edwards Bro s. A the contractors began the work of putting the slate roof upon the new Brick m. E., Church. A mrs. Joseph Lewis is spending the holidays Vith her sister mrs. Is hot at Lima Indiana. A Esq. Martin and Ltd i Maples were in the City tuesday looking up their Christmas gifts. De a Little Early fisers for bilious Ness indigestion. A Small Pill 1 prompt . S. Jones. Our merchants did a Wise act when they thought it Best not to Uro Hase a la3 be Stock of Christmas goods. A by. C. Neptune of Decatur will be at the hotel office the first i tuesday of each month to practice dentistry. A a. L Shultz now located at Faton ind., is Here this week Enjo it ing he holidays with h. Dongle Toni and family. A James handle and wife of j i von partook of their Christmas dinner with their aged parents grandpa and grandma Jacob Han die. A the misses Maud Hoff and Ottie Westler of Wolcottville ind., Are in our City. The guests of their mint mrs. A. J. Doggett and other relatives. A attorney John Connolley of i Lansfield 0., is in our City spending the holidays with his sister miss Maggie and Brothers or. W. A. And Frank a or. And mrs. Thomas Murray who have been visiting at tie m. I a parsonage for a couple of weeks left for their Home at Huntington ind., is Here Heater. Come and see it at the Kew hardware store. Be. Friedline and wife of Jones Boro ind., Are the guests of Bis parents or. And mrs. J. D. Fried line South of town a owing to our desire to make some repairs to our office and print ing press there will be no paper issued from this office next week. A new years dance at Millers Hall. No Effort will be spared to make this social event entertaining and All enjoy themselves who attend. A had the weather permitted the contractors would have completed the Brick work on the new Bank mild Iii to Day with the exception of the Large fire proof vault. A piles of people have piles but de Witt s Witch Hazel Salve will cure them. When promptly applied it cures scalds and Burns without the slightest . S. Jones. A Edwards Bros have the Best line of fall and Winter hosiery for ladies ail children Ever on the mar Ket. Something new comfortable and durable. Ladies All Call for them. A the prevailing Snow storm this morning causes several contradictory items to appear. The Mother Earth is covered with a Blanket of Snow instead of slush and mud As on Christmas Day. A miss Delia Castle who is Stop Ping at fort Wayne spent Christmas with her parents or. And mrs. John Castle South of town. She gave the Breeze office a Call and renewed her subscription. A Rev. W. Mun a left the is Day morning to join his family at Akron ind. He will be gone until after new years. Consequently there will be no preaching at the m. E., Church next sunday night. A the season for buying Good foot Wear such As boots shoes and rubber goods is Here and no such Stock As is now on Sale at Edwards Bro s was Ever shipped to this City. A we. Mencer sr., has purchased a Large lot of Fine White Oak Timber on a tract of land near War a and with his son William left wednesday evening last for that City to Cut the Timber and work it up into rail Road ties. A it is pleasent to receive Calls from Fri aids and acquaintances but to the Printer it is annoying to listen to a prolonged conversation especially in the composing room. After the new year the Breeze composing room will be open Only to persons on business. A no excuse for sleepless nights when you can procure one minute cough cure. This will relieve All annoyances cure the most severe cough and give you rest and health. Can you afford to do without . S. Jones. A the next event of Iii Terest will be the old soldiers greeting and Camp fire in the Scarr building on new years Day. This is the annual meeting of the old veterans and a big time is expected. Invitations have been extended to eminent speakers not excepting such men As president Cir Veland and sex president Harrison and while it is not probable that those named will be in attendance others will be j that will entertain All present. Sufficient food has been secured to Supply five Hundred soldiers. No women will be permitted at this feast. A the Monroeville brass band made its annual Christmas greeting on our streets Christmas Day and played a number of Fine selection such As the boys Are capable of doing. The Day was warm and a Large crowd gathered around and showed their appreciation of the music by their frequent applause. This occasion numbered the Twenty second Christmas in succession that the band has made its appear i Ance on our streets. During this time there has been no change with the exception in members and of those who stood in the Circle Twenty i one years ago there Are out two faces remain that of j. F. Niezer and j. P. Alleger. A a at the regular meeting of w m. H. Luik Post g. A. R., held at their Hall last monday evening the following members were elected officers to serve for the ensuing year commander j. H. Fried line or. Vice commander Charley Richards or. Vice commander John Barkley quartermaster j. Pillars officer of the Day w. Brown chaplain j. H. Brown surgeon Abraham Barkley officer of the guard John w. Gailey trustee David s. Redelsheimer representative Charley Richard alternate c. Evard. A when most needed it is not unusual for your family physician to be away from Home. Such was the experience of or. J. Y. Schenck editor of the Caddo Quot ind. Ter., ban Ner when his Little girl two years of age was threatened with a severe attack of croup. He says Quot my wife insisted that i go for the doctor but As our family physician was out of town i purchased a bottle of Chamberlain s cough remedy which relieved her immediately. I will not be without it in the 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by w. 0. Sacany druggist. A major c. T. Picton is manager of the state hotel at Denison Texas which the travelling men say is one of the Best hotels in that Section. In speaking of chamber i Iain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea i remedy major Picton says Quot i i have used it myself and in my fam j ily for several years and take pleas i ure in saying that i consider it an 1 infallible cure for diarrhoea and i dysentery. I always recommend it and have frequently administered it to my guests in the hotel and in every Case it has proven itself worthy of unqualified endorsement. For Sale by w. 0. Sweany drug Gist. We again remind All of the dance at Millers Hall new years evening. A John Guillott Otto Rheims i Der and Henry Taylor of whose serious illness we made mention in our last Issue Are All improving rapidly and indications Are that they will be Able to be out on our streets again in a few Days. Losing Outsole a of jewelry regardless a of Cost at. . In Strass pm no Tare rooms. A Frank and Burt Taylor who Are now engaged As labourers in the Oil Fields near Bluffton ind., returned Home saturday last to spend the holidays with their parents or and mrs. Oliver Taylor. A the dry weather during the past summer caused Many to Grum ble and now those same people Are finding fault with the present wet weather. It has rained ten Days in succession within the past two weeks and the present condition of the roads recalls the Days when Farmers went to Mill on horse Back. A one minute cough cure is rightly named. It affords instant Relief a of suffering when afflicted with a severe cough or cold it acts on the Throat bronchial tubes and lungs and never fails to give immediate . S. Jones. A Uncle John Cine one of the Early settlers of Jackson township received the glad tidings last week that Uncle Sam had granted him Back pay to the amount >1.200and an increase on his monthly pay. In the future he will receive $1.00 per Day. He was not Only a hero in the War of the Rebelin in defense of his country but has passed through and withstood the hardships of this country from the Days Down to the present., a our Saloon keepers Are Likely to get in trouble in the near future if they do not soon refrain irom Selling liquor to habitual drunkard and minors and allowing minors to loiter in their place of business. We give this As a warning As there i is entirely too much of this kind of work indulged in. A Jacent Bott Eiberg of near Dix on was a caller at this office tuesday. He was erne of the crowd of j Hunters who have been rust Cating in the forests of Arkansas and returned Home last saturday. Jacent reix>rt8 the boys As having sue needed in slaying two Deer and a Large amount of Smaw game such As to orkies Antelope Jack rabbets Etc. Also that All enjoyed themselves and had a most enjoy me time. A a. H. Anderson. Philip Slem Mei and v. L. Shaffer who were recently appointed viewers by the county commissioners to View and re locate a Road in this township near the Fiat Rock eran Church went Over the a a posed new route and completed Tolj Sjef work on monday last. The. Re ii will be changed and turf satisfy to in Long Delire of the i re Perty owners and citizens in that Section. This is a Road that so would have sea changed Yeai s Agi n. N Quot my tit within so Days i go out of the jewelry Trade in Monroeville. To avoid packing and shipping Stock will sell at a very slight Advance on wholesale prices. Parties Desir ing anything in the line of watches clocks jewelry silverware spectacles Etc can save from 20 to 4.0%, by coming Early. Just the place to get you Christmas presents at trons. All those indebted to me who please Call and Settle promptly and oblige. Yours truly j. M Tryon. Till jeweler. Levill restaurant and is daily prepared to furnish fresh br�a1>. Rolls a tons. Pics and also at All hours warm meals Ham and Chich Teir cold Ham soup also keep always in Stock fresh candies. Nuts canned fru1�s. Domestic fruits est brands of cigars and tobacco,.Day or week Miller. Go to u As a Kinas s a Fok Dey goods boots shoes and gk0cerie3 a Fine line of Candy tobacco Hub cigars always in Fiock Ai the very Lowe att , and Sun a grows. Will Attell promptly night or Day office on South Street across the at Ceet from Shank s drug stare Loi Ironville. Ind pillars s san. I Soubeih Gers old a Tam a or fresh and Salt a lists. A Iid and aids a to a or a vices Are reasonable. 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