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   News, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1898, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                II f f I 5 ir The Best fosultfl In advertising do not come to those who talk the but to those who talk most intelligently and effec PER NEW MAY War Talk Is mi the war Keep yourself posted by rraullhR our review of Hin jmgos two and VOLUME Classified Dentistry in nil its branches vitalised air for painless extraction of OiTieo over Sam uel Wests corner Main and Race all kinds of legal business nromptly and carefully attended to collections inade and money loaned fourth door north of NOTAHV agent nnd notary public do postions and nil legal business properly exe Office next door to Bessemer IUNTNG rflHE best menl nerved in the city for 25 cents I is at Morses dining andboarding par Main street side Prompt nnd polito service given to Board by the day or TF you wish in nn nrtistic haircut I or a refreshing call at Thomas bnrber corner Main and Mercer Particular attention given to ladies and eliildmis IN Mav l In the Court of Common by her next Plena of Mercer Heil June Frank J To Frank Two subpoenas in above case having been turned tho said Frank above named are hereby to appear in said Court of Common to bo held at on the 20tlj day of being tho flrst day of next term of said to answer the said complaint and show if any you why nn absolute divorce from of matrimony should Sot be granted to said Nellie May You are also hereby notified that the com plaint in tho above ease will be heard before Slid Court and determined on June nt which time and P W r diningroom girls at National Hotel Ed Dcriar Two good girls for Main scarf pin liberal reward if re i turned to TUB NEWS FOR SALEPhaoton and Harness both al most Tluol R onetiere almost adjoining borough ttillospto OW TcTMAKE you are out of employment and want pay a von from to monthly elear above expenses by working if you want to increase your present inuomo from MJOto by working at odd write tho GLOBE 723 Chestnut stating whether married or last or present and you can se cure a position with them by which you can ninke more money easier and faster than you ever made before in your D EAL li Inquire of Building lots in good locations XWOStOly IlUUSti jut Good large Elm street easy terms Two building lots on North Main Twostory five kitchen I acres throe miles north of town 58 acres land three miles west of town easy Twostory six slate kitchen attached Fiveroom Inrgo lot nnd neni Hotel property in small town good location for livery Twostory Stewart Want 50 to 75 acres land near Also want to buy from three to five acres of land near Notice to SEALED proposals will bo received at the office of the County in up to 2 oclock on Juno towit For the stonework of a bridge over run in Simdy Creek near Fisher For the stonework of a bridge over Little Shonnnso in Lake near Shannon Specifications of the above stonework can bo Hoen at tho Commissioners Proposals must be accompanied by a with goodI and sufficient conditioned tor the faithful performance of the if Blank bonds and proposals for tins purpose can bo obtained from the No bid will bu entertained unless in accord ance with the above Sopornto bonds and proposals must bo filed for each separate piece of Tho Commissioners reserve tho right to re ject any and all By order of County Notice to mHE Treasurer of Mercer will moot the taxpayers of the several townships and boroughs in said county for the purpose of collecting the state and dog taxes for tho year and for receiv ing mercantile and other licenses for the said between the hours of 0 and i at tho following times and places Fairviow and at Wednes day June at Wednesday at Thursday fore and Thursday Ghrovo City nnd at Grovo City at North Saturday Juno Jamestown and at Griffin Juno Hempfleld and West at Arlington Wednes day luid Juno Blind at Pierce Juno at New Saturday aftor Livokawanuock and ut Green Tuesday June West Tuesday Jwio at Carver Wednesday and Juno 15 and Friday June Wolforeok and at Friday June Sandy Lake Borough and at Central Juno Millcreek and Now at New Tuesday Juno Doorcreek and at Tuesday Juno Salem and at Wednesday Juno at Wednesday Jilno Taxpayers of Wheutland and Hickory town Hhipcuil meet me either at Shurpsvillo or West Sugar Grove and at nearest East Lacka Springfield and at my oraco in the Court from June 23 to All persons are requested to preserve their tax All persons who have been assessed by the Mercantile and those who have commenced tho Mercantile Appraiser completed his will call secure their licenbe while I am in theu yieinity without I will not caU at their places of busiwess to collect the vho not paid on or before 09 fee MEKCER Court Proceedings News froiii tho County Special Correspondence to THIS On the special trial down for the first Monday of September the fol lowing cases have been placed Albert Bowers tho borough of Greenville Roland and commonwealth David Wil sou Harry who has been confined iu jail for several the result of au action agaiust him for was released this week on his own recogui znnce to appear in court the third Mou day of On Tuesday afternoon the sheriff wns called to the Trout below Grave to qiiell a strike Avliich is being carried on by the minors of that A parade had been but the sheriff on arriving found no violence had been displayed and came back to The following wills have been re corded James Mercor 110 letters Andrew Dola ware letters issued Alfred letters issued Joseph no letters Susannah West letters Property Samuel Phillips et to William laud in Warren Woods to Emma property iu Jackson Mary Murphy to Patrick property in Jeremiah Thomas to Alfred property in Agues Stevens to Mary Bcich Lyons to Addie pro perty in Massou et to Margaret deed of partition of laud in Thompson to Jessie property in Burns et to John property in Grove Crawford et to John property iu Grove Billia Wilson to John property iu Grove Cornelius ot to Steven laud in Keifer to conl laud in Morrison et to Mollie property iu John Dwyer to Ellen property iu John Stewart to Francis property in Bono to laud in Beuo to Wilbur laud in Harrison to laud iu Sugar Johu Campbell to John laud in IMiirilago Uber Harrisville Alice Beye Frcdouia Roberts Kenuard Mary Stevenson Keuuard Wesley Christy Greenville Annie Nicholas Greenville James Ferry Pino Mary Ginnery Ernest Bapp Sharjfevillc Catherine Mooro Sharpsville Howard Buckalo Sharon Helen Zuber Sharon William Swartz Mercer Ethel May Eastlick Mercer Horses The undersigned will bo at Browns Juno Power Juuo for tho purpose of buying all kinds of horses in condition for eastern IiirUi Conneaiit Beginning May and until further the will sell round trip tickets from Greenville to Exposition Park at 50 cents Tickets good for day and date stamped on back EMRBV Transportation Lino Bell Phone 1SS all culls promptly wedding iuvi jjj furnished on short Leave your order at Tim NBWS Notice to JUMKO BALED proposals will bo receivid at thu of flco of thu County in Mer up to 3 oclock Juno towit For the superstructure of an iron bridge over run in Wolf Creek luur Mont gomerys of ono of 44 feet clear wa and 14 foot tho superstructure of an iron bridge over run in Libirty near Me of one 38 feet clear and 14 foot suporstrueturti of an iron bridge over Little Shtnango in Lake near of one 2s feet clear wa and 14 foot tho superstructure of an iron bridge over run in Sandy Creek near John of one 25 feet clear water and 14 foot Tue above bridges must be of Bufficient ca pacity to sustain a rolling weight of 125 pounds to tho square Constructed to a factor of must be accompanied with all nec essary speotflcatiomj and strain to enable au engineer to figure proposals nmst be will be WILL I EVER FORGET IT Memorial All comrades will moot at tho post room Sunday May at 7 and proceed to tho Lutheran where Roth will preach the memorial On May coinnidos will meet at the post room at 1 and pro ceed to Laird opera where sovr ices will bo conducted as follows I Prayer by Lincolns Gettysburg Chaplain Benediction by procession will then form on Main street and move to tho cemetery in the following order Burgess and John Dickey Other societies will be assigned places in tho lino by the Will proceed up Main street and out College avenue to tho after decorating tho soldiers the line will reform and return to College i Sheuango and North Mercer streets to tho post Comrade Plimp Leech will bo chief marshal in the He will bo as sisted by Comrades Burnett and The post has secured a room from Achre over Bitters clothing for making and preparing wreaths and flowers for use on Decoration All whoso names have boon announced as committee will please report for work this and a general invitation from tho post commander to all tho ladies who arc interested iu tho Grand A special meeting was called for Friday evening at 8 at tin1 post at which business of im portance came before tho And IN While tho linemen of tho Bessemer were reconstructing tho telegraph lino just north of last they discovered a monster black sunko coiled around one of tho telegraph They attacked his royal highness with pike and soon had him stretched out on the Tho suako measured 13 foot 4 inches from tip to Tho men then laid him across the rails so that when a train raw over him ho was cut into four Many men of tho freight stopped to see this monster snake and can vouch for tho truthfulness of the above This snake wasaboxit eight inches longer than any ever killed in this part of tho of tho same species being killed near this same spot about 12 years NlcliolusClirUly A quiet and home like wedding was solemuivied at the homo of tho brides Louis Nicholas and on Clarksvillo at high in tho presence of tho immediate friends of tho contracting It was the marriage of their Miss Anna one of our best young to Wesley a popular and respected young uiuu of this Euimett performed tho after which they all retired to the dining room to partake of an elegant Miss Myrta Keck as bridesmaid and Wood as Tho bride and groom left on Erie train 8 for tour west amidst shower of rice and the best wishes of their taw York First Vlelil The Young Mens Club will ffive their first field day at their now grounds next Great preparations for this event have been Our merchants have remembered tho boys and will donate the prizes to be contested for in tho different Tho grounds nro now complete iu every barring inclement their first day will undoubtedly bo a grand The club now numbers about made up of tho best young men in the Tho exorcises will begin at oclock and adjourn 12 until 8 thereby not interfering with regular exercises to be held by the Tlie club will tho Baptist church nnd form iu lino of march on Peun street to dowuMaiu to Hotel up Main to from Columbia to and up Phim to tho Tho following is a list of tho events and prizes 1UCYCU3 2 first Photos 2 second Photos first Shoes yi second Stockings boys Knifo 100 slow Pump TWO First home run by member of club Chair KUNXING 100 first 100 second 50 Stogies 150 yard hurdle hurdles three foot first 150 yard second 75 boys Wheelbarrow Sack Shoos Threelogged 2 Shaving Tickets Potato Shoos Egg Pin Heavy Brush Throwing High Broad stop and Shoes first Stationery 4 second LAWN Cigam Phi First Handkerchiefs Second Strop Tho members of tho Young Mens Club kindly invite tho people of Grain villa to attend this field day of tho Tho grounds will bo opened to tho public free on this Come and soo tho grounds that have boon prepared for the benefit of tho youug men of this A New Hull Indications point to a revival of base ball iu this place this For several seasons this city has been rather slow as to taking an active part in base ball as compared with former Tlie Young Mens Club have organized u team and several junior teams have also been The latest and what is expected to be our strong tearo has beou organized as follows fljraj IMWO second base thirdbftjse shortstop Suydw left fields right catcher j fOSHANV It AT Our Aw n of Luxury Lift CASH May To Our Frionds At Homo This marking tho fourth week of our rose ns grny nnd foggy us Roll call and morn ing exorcises arc and ns lliis loiter is hcing written t ht boys nro busily engaged in their camp This loi lot consists of making straighten ing out tho tents and sweeping up the dirt and rubbish which has neenmulntPil Jin day Many slraiifaro oatlis and grumblings can generally bo luii during the the course of thin A certain K Roy Bendy by can just now bo hoard fondly and earnestly invoking blessings upon ho unlucky hoad of somo win last night scattered glass in of his dwelling not IHMHK a her of tho AntiSwearing up his end in a nnd pic Ho nnd Mmlin just returned from 1 Tnrrislmrg Ins whore thoy bad boon to nttoiu a conclave of fho Kuiglits Pos sibly tho sudden transition from tho luxury of a warm nnd comfortable Coathor bod to tho harsh roalitios of sleeping in a tout has somo thing to do with Boattys In honor of a visit from Bomo of tho Knights rf Krops last even ing ordered a gnuid roviow to bo hold on tho parade Tho remaining throe regiments and three troops of cav alry turned out to and Mioir fine appearance elicited much applause from the After review the visitors and their wives woro ontorlninrd tho headquarters thanks to Slouys well known and excellent culinary an elaborate supper was tendered This promptly at 0 and by order of tho commanding a general court mar tial will bo This is tho first court martial of this encampment and it is to bo hoped that tho two a cor loral from A and a private from will off with a nominal Tho court martial will bo held in tlio iioadqimrtors tent and under tho aus pices of tho following officers lout of Eighteenth regiment Fifteenth regiment Four regiment Judge Private Ralph Grimm ro from homo a 10 horsepower of limhorgor Its balsamic odor can 10 smelt and heard all over What Grimm hasnt oaton or given iway is now chained to one of con or polos of his It is that the remaining piece will bo released from its sndoringK by a bur ial which will bo detailed for that Appropriate Horvicos will bo Alec Gillcspio will sing a hymn of Aycrs says that mans lot is uliort and full of Night beforelast whilo taking a short stroll by his ind musing over ho vanity of things in and tho trials and tribulations of tho cook shanty in Wheats lofty panderings woro suddenly nnd Lfriovonsly disturbed and brought down to dull earth again by tlifir ownorH falling into a largo hole tilled with about three foot of water and red Thin jcourronco in itself was enough to fill ono with grief and but Wheats cup of misery overflowed lust when tho hearing an ex tremely robust and very disturbing jioro issuing forth from his pulled liim out and marched him to the guard Henry one of Ayros tout only usoapwl tho mmm fnU by being Ho proved sioknens aid general dolieato state of health by showing tho guard tho cork of tho bottle out of which ho took his Henrys as well as the recent linens of is something similar to tho case of tho old who upon uaviug apple dumplings as big as her liead for complained sho wan no iick she could only oat nine of Skipper bolter known since tho recent removal of his hair as Bill spends most of his lime in inglingafter the wily His efforts o fur have not boon very up to present having caught lothing but a cold but still Ins Ls lumo ul and dreams of a day ho will orpotuato tho name and puitimo of Isaac Walton by somo single deed of irowcss which will astound mid at the same time stock tho wholo company with fish for weeks to In tho meantime we all wait Extra duty is daily being imposed on tho boys for nonattendance at roll calls and We noticed tho other the Eighteenth regiment quar ftyp 4 inusjdan awl a for being A Kurd Emmett delivered tho Insfe of u scries of lectures on tho sociiil in tho Baptist church Tuesday His subject was Day or the Hope of Knunetfc is a wonderful orator and handled liiw subject in a very ahlo Ho fully demoijstrated to his audience that world is growing using as argument incidents of evorydny in such a way that his moaning could not be The showed careful preparation tiud abound ed in many struifihtfvomthoshouldor delivered with bat fearless grace which has on wed for Buuuott such an enviable reputation as an The lecture was both a moral and instructive and contained much good if followed right hero at would help a long toward making the world bettor that as tho speaker said the world will grow bettor ns wo show out1 fellow man and sisterwoman thnt chiulty that was given to tho world by tho man of which is Thou ahull love thy neighbor an On this prin ciple hangs the Hope of Tho Ladies poseil of tho Misses Sara Bertha and Mnbol rendered several selections during tho which woro very well received by the largo audience Tito grace with which theao young Indies answered ropoutedou cores won for thom tlio most kindly fooling of thoir uudi and was with great reluctance that they were permitted to Thoir voices blend in the perfect harmony fhoir seloctioim show much study and careful preparation thoir pronunciation is faultloss in fact thoy rank second to none iu this of tho Greenville can well bo proud of tho Ladies Lyric That they can please everyone is attrstod to in words of tho highest praise by tho press in whatever city thoy make an I Tho next engagement of this quarto to will bo at Orarigovillo next June in I ho Methodist To our Orangovillo friends wo can recom mend tho Ladies Lyrio Quartotto iu onus of the highest Miss Mar iotta will also take a part on this occasion and render of her most clioioo This an opportunity for lovers of music and elocution that should bo taken advan tage If you hear them you will bo disappointed if you miss hearing them tho Would it not bo a good idea for residents and business imm on Mtiiu street to swcop tho Ktrupt in front of ilioir homes nnd hnmniKs places next Monday ninrniiifjV The ntrnot sprinkler can thus bo dispensed with for tliat ind our will itok liuvo to wade through any mnd on Main up early and do yonr olinro to tho street in sliapc for A very pretty wedding at tho homo of Charles and Wednesday at S tho contracting parties being their and Ed of Tho core moiiy was performed in tho midst of about JOO relatives nnd friends of tho happy They woro I ho recipients of many useful and vnlnablo of a Khower of good wishes for prosperity and much happi ness in their now step in The brido is a very popular young hav ing many friends in Imrfathoiy Charles being an old Green Tho groom is welltodo young business man of Miss Volla and Seiple and of attended tho returning homo TIIK NKWK your harness repaired at second door from up s Pennsylvania is about to putou a Sunday train Dairymou between New Castle and Jamestown have petitioned for u Sunday train iu order to get milk into and tho request has boon Tho trains will go on with thu new schedule which is expected to take oifect 0V Hibly not until Juno   

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