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   News, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1898, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                Your Boy of girl can enrtt n good years schooling tor winning first or second prize in bur Muentlotttil Help In our tlonnl A nduontioti H worth nioro Ihmi PER JULY VOLUME Classified Sharon Iron Works plans aud specifications mndo for nil kinds of buildings buildings superintended correspondence so Dentistry in all its branches vitalized for unlnloss extraction of Office over Sam uel Wests corner Main and Race Mor all kinds of business uromptly and carefully attended tb collections made and money loaned fourth door north of NOTARY acont and notary public Ac Doations and all legal business properly exe Office next door to Bessemer WINING T1HE best meal served in the city for 23 cent Is at Morses dining and boarding par 207 Main street side Prompt and polite service given to Board by the day or wish an easy an artistic haircut It or a refresliing call at Thomas barber corner Main and Mercer Particular attention given to Indies mnd childrens B oneacre almost adjoining borough Gillespie E IMKBY Transportation Line Bel Phono 188 all calls promptly large mink collarette finder can have same by proving ownership and pay ing for this Inquire at TUB NEWS office wedding mvi Ii furnished on short Leave your ordei at TUB NBWS SOW TO MAKE you are on of employment and want a pay you from to monthly clear above expenses by working if you wan to increase your present income from t WOO by working at odd write the GLOBE 723 Chestnut Philadelphia stating whether married or singlo last or present and you can se care a position with them by which you cai make more money easier and faster than you ever made before in your rR farm of 52 acres in Wes Salem on the Greenville anc Vcrnon one mile west of Maysvillo goot barn and everything in first class Also a small farm of nine acres containmi 250 peacl 42 apple 14 poar 12 cherrj trees and six plum trees three fourths of a mile north of Also one house and lot in Moysvillo goot nil in good For further information call or adores T EAL ESTATEKor Inquire of Pn Building lots in good Two building lots on Clarksville Twostory large Tylor Good large Elm street easy terms Two building lots on North Main JoxSCK Twostory five kitchen 6 ncros three miles north of town cheap 68 acres land three miles west of town easj Restaurant in good town centrally located paying Fiveroom large lot and nea rolling mill Hotel property in small town good location for livery Bakery and confnctionory in live town well established trade good reason for selling oasy Auditors x FINAL account of execute of Imbrio in the Orphans Court of Mercer at June And Juno on motion of attorney for Jono appointee auditor to report distribution of the funds m the hands of the executor to and among thos entitled L By the Notice is hereby given that he niidonrftfncc auditor will attend to the duties of the abovi appointment at his in the Borough o on August u 10 oclock at which time and place all in torostod may attend if they see Our Clubbing By special arrangement with the pub lishers we can give our subscribers tlv Ixiiioflt of a special reduction in the pric of periodicals whou taken in connection with THE NEWS as follows THH NEWS Now York McCalls weekly PittHburg Pittsburg Chronicle Cincinnati New York Louis Globe Lift Ohio Bemorosts Family Hoards Cosmopolitan Country Frank Leslies Week to a a UUBIIU a Pittsburg Xappincotts gO New York Scientific We can save you money on any pape or magazine Will quote price on application for any paper or maga aine not mentioned in above It is cheaper to take TUB NEWS than to do Any of our subscribers who havo paid for THE NEWS a year in advance are en titled to above A Narrow Thankful words written by Ada of Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my langs cough set in and finally termi nated in Four doctors gave me saying I could live but a short I gave myself up to my determined if I could not stay with my friends on I would meet my absent ones My husband was advised to get Kings New Dis covery for coughs and I gave it a took in all eight Jt has cured thank God i saved and now ft well and healthy Free trial bottles at Shrom drug Regular sie 50 cents Guaranteed or pnce We carTcleau your light colored ing aM look Ukejiew U8 a trwl We v OUtt HBtlCAtlONAL low Ton Can Oet Good Contest Now Do you want an education Have yon he means to get it Will you work for t In order to increase our subscription ist we have decided on an educational Our plan is as follows We will give two first and second the boy or girl who will secure us two largest numbers of new paidup subscribers to THE NEWS for one year at per The contest is now open and will close January which will give all interested a fair shauco to be one of the The first prize will bo a years tuition to Thiel This is an institution for the Christian educa tion of young men and young It is under the control of the Pittsburg synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Its in addition a one years preparatory course and three years academic offers choice of one of four regular four years collegiate the the sci the philosophical and the lit each leading to its proper together with special courses in shorthand and For address B The second prize will be a years tui tion to Freclonia Fredqnia This institution offers a thorough scientific course of four leading t the degree a liberal teachers course of three a college classic preparatory course of three be sides courses in btisiiicss and clo The curriculum is eminently practical and is made to conform to the most modern demands and methods While graduates of the scientific course are admitted to the second year in pro fessioual schools of is rather the sphere of the Institute to close up the wide educational gap be tween the common high school or academy aud the college also to pro vide a more practical and speedy prepa ration for postgraduate work than usually found in classical Thus while ample opportunities are offered to prepare for professional the man of the the day laborer may receive a training enii nently practical in courses not weighed down with a lot of cumbrous studies which cannot be of if of any benefit or For cativ address Fro The contest is now the rules o which are as follows The contest is open to The years tuition will be good any time after Jan uary Sample copies of THE NEWS will b furnished the contestants All subscriptions must be new ones no renewals will be The cosl must accompany each Each subscription must bo for on One name for two years wil count as two and so on Subscriptions can be sent in at auj and proper credit will bo given each contestant as the names are re The names of the winners o the contest will be published when con test is Here is a good chance for a live boy o girl to got a years good schooling a little Get your sis parents and friends to help you Write us for sample copies of Tin NEWS show them to your am got into the contest John of is visiting her George Beil Fitch and one or two others were victims of a sligh illness last Cannon sold his stock of drugi to Pluminer who will con tinue the Wheat threshers report a yield of 20 to 30 bushels per The quality not up to the There will bo preaching at the Baptis at the usual b is of Miss Lucy of near Orange loft Thursday for Middletown where she will attend tin Shenandoah Valley Clothing Cleaned by the French dry Coats 25 75 cents over to 50 cents to dress 7 cents to kid 35 cents to 8 Orescent Steam Dye 15C Main Never before have you had an op portunity to buy tan shoes so cheap auc so early in the season as at present a Keck will see that you don miss your tram Pell phone are closing out ladies an gents tan shoes early this season can save you CaJJ aa4 see us OUtt WASHINGTON pocial Correspondence to TitB July to orto Rico I and on to Spain are he of President Cinley and his uodoro Watsons fleet will probably in the way to Spain before this U and the expedition ngalnsf Jorto Rico will bo started at the possible Havana is to W eft alone for the time as the do ay is daily weakening the cffectivenes of Blancos The war department is perfecting ar rangemeuts to send the wlft surrendered at back to Spain under in accordance with thd onus of aud they will nirricd off as soon us Sending hem to Spain is the best possible thinjj to do with It will bo chcapeij hau feeding them and keeping them n either in Cuba or in the Jnitcd and even if it ii would still be the best way to get rid ot Secretary Algor is very proud of Better lie lias received from a geutlcmaid who held high command in the uuioiJ army during the civil and who has a worldwide reputation as an an thority on military The touoV of the letter may be judged from thif extract You have shown the world what American staff departments under a head of great executive ability create in an It is difficult to create an equip it and move and it requires a peculiar kind A Washington delegation of the Reel Cross society made a personal investigation of the arrangements foi the comfort of the sick and wounded the hospital at Fortress and report all patients comfortably provider for in the way of To meet a the Red Cross lias issued an appeal for contributions of delicacies for the It might be supposed from the teudt of the European cable that tiatious for peace between the United States and Spain were under way Such is not the There has been no in no word from Spain on the govornmeul has had an ample sufficiency of uego tiatingwith and is not likely to countonhuco any in connection wit There will be no need for any When Spain thinks she has beei thrashed she can obtain our terms of peace by asking for At they will not be deviated there will be no occasion for any negotiations the terms must be either accepted or ro jectcd at The statement thin President McIOnley had told the of peace to a European order that he might make them knowi to was a barefaced with uo1 even a probable It is noi customary for the victorious country to offer terms of peace before they arc asked and any statement that Presi dent McKiuley has done or that lie intends doing may be put down us Sarah Stambaugh to Julia Wishurt property in Barrick et to Clara Holmes property in Forker to powu of Gilmoro to Hannah prop orty in to Vim laud Miller to Wilson land ii East Lackawauuock Van Horn to Carpenter laud in East Lackawauuock township Ohl to propert ii Thiel college to prop orty in Bacher to property in Kenierer to prop orty in Adam Laughlin of James Hoffman to Cozartrt property in William to H laud in Sandy Creek township McKay to John propurtj in Grove Courtney to John prop erty in Grove John Floyd to prop erty in Grove Baruick to Edward prop erty in Strong Garfield tai shoes now going at pep pair at clean op dye anything that can be cleaned or Orescent Bteaii Laundry Dye 150 Main street Every person to kMw that we have reduced the prices of all ladies auc gents tqfl shoes 50 cents to Additional the stars off your you dont advertise your goods lobody else forget the merchants teachers institute will bo held Mercer on August Call at THE NRWS office for visiting or the Columbia ngout n this has sold 21 wheels this hot games of baseball may bo for the coining week on the large homegrown tobacco plants arc on exhibition in the windows of Reiss Sharon Herald says that a part of the Kimbcrly iron works in that place is expected to next now departments have been added to THE NKWS this chitectural and agricultural columns page are always admitted to the athletic field aud the free use of touuis croquet grounds and bicycle original poem on Our Country will be found on page Its author is a well known Mercor county The poem is well market report for this week will bo found on page This will bo a regular fentnro with TUB NEWS herafter and merits a direful Young Lutheran him in stalled a new cylinder which makes a very valuable addition to their plant on College They are very busy at present aud Betting out a flue Fields Cycle Club took their weekly spin to Thursday instead of Hartstown us was 3j members being The next run of the club will bo to Hartstowii next Thursday new recruits for the heavy artillery were sent from this vicinity to Sherideus Point last and about that many more will bo sent in a few assisted by Martin arc the rocuiting They want about 250 men in proprietor of the spoke and handle this week con tracted with a largo eastern firm foi buggy spokes and a largo amount of buggy It will toko 81 cars to deliver the spokes and 12 cars for the This is a very largo ordoi and means steady work for the handle factory for soino time to a stranger enters our town treat him well he is entitled to your He may gain such it goo impression of our town through your kind treatment that wiU sometimes hoi yon and your town to a wonderful ox Dont treat him like a dondboin until you know him Do tuitc is a little rule that i practiced by some of our homo poopli would not only help them bu their towu men say that the price o most goods in their line have gone up and that an advance of to will bo made on all suits this It is also stated by exchanges Unit leather has advanced and with boots and Now is thn time to lay in your supply of fall aud winter and boots and Buy from those merchants who advertiso in TIIK and toll them that you saw their advertisement in THK The man who advertises is the man who has tho Andrew Rowan will in the August number of McCluros the story of tho socrot journey lie made from Jamaica into and across ia order to louru from General Garcia what support and cooperation we were to expect from the Cuban insur gents in the war then just begun with Apart from tho positive dangers that besot uvory step of it was a journey full of discomforts and difficul and General Miles pronounced Colonel Rowans execution of it an act of heroism and daring that has rarely been excelled in the of The article will bo illustrated from sketches by tho Cuban Enrique who accompanied Rowan through the latter half of tho AMONG Otitt tSmmctt Will preach in tho 1st 011111011 at Jamestown Sunday after Tho Erie annual conference of tho Methodist church will be held in Frank in on September Tho United Prosbyteriims of western Pennsylvania will hold a reunion ut near on Inly of lias accepted tho pastorate of tho Luth eran churches uonr towu which wore in Troutmans The fifth annual reunion of the Re formed churches of northwestern Ponn sylvanla will take place nt Counoaut Lake on Services at at 10 Gorman Childrens service in tho evening nt English services at Johns at post Tlie subject for tho Young Peoples mooting of tho United Presbyterian church tomorrow evening How to havo a happy Job fl Ilda Emmotts subject for next Sunday morning will be Tho Presence of God in a Future Sunday school at 13 Evening Hours with Men and List of letters remaining uncalled for in tho postofftceat Tues July ArmituKe Jttines Brown M B unity H M BrotiMoii TOIM BuuKtunau Mubel Dultou B ttiul J J DeckorKA Ford B A Howard Mrs Mrs P J Mm Vuttwna N W Hollistir J B HoomiT Mm Eliza Kerwchnur GIXJ B Morford Mrb M A Mitchell Uotert B MoMulltan H P Stuwurt Kuniuel Widdol David Mwrts Mrs 9 H Mirstfrove B P RCUHU Aniia Bohufur MorrU Keck HEATHS Hauua Sonlt died at her home on Columbia Saturday at I 50 Soults maiden name wus Hannah and she win born May in Glearfield On Juno nho wns united in marriage with Michael They moved to Morccr county about 8i5 yearn died in Of this union 1 1 children were born of whom flvo arc living of Clarks Mills Miss Elizabeth Sonlt and of this place of and of Kan Tho funeral soryicis were con ducted Monday afternoon by her Teua widow of tho late Julius a resident of Al legheny county for the last 45 died suddenly of apoplexy at 4 oclock Monday afternoon at JUT lute homo in Allegheny iico was 57 years of a mem ber of tho well known Hebrew family of that Her husband for many years before his about seven yearn was a clothier aud both were very active in church and charitable work among their peoplo Tho deceased is survived by two sons and six Tho Hanuachs wore at one time residents of this Mr Hannach at one time being proprietor of the largo clotliijg ostablishniont now run by Hitter Ichabod one of our oldest and bout known frou this life WodnoHdny morning about K Goodwin had been failing for the past gradually growing worse until tho Ho was born a North York Maino October being almost 78 yoai old at tho time of his Ho was married to Miss Rhoda March 22 of which union throe childroi wore Goodwin was a nonliov of tho Into Samuel who flgnm KO prominently in CJrwnvilloH curly Ho was also a nephew o War Governor of Vermont and was a cousin of Admiral now Goodwin hah not boon in active business for ina but lias lived quietly at his hoini at tho corner of Morccr and Clintoi Ho has boon In clinrgii of tin interests of tho Goodwin wliicl osvns considerable in Greou Deceased loaves his wifo aud on to mourn his Thi funeral was conducted Friday aftor Intonnout in the Shwinugo Vul ley Persons calling for letters will please give date of adyertisiwg It Bkiles returnert last Friday from where lio hart beei in tho interest of tho Shelby Tubo Co stateH that tho Now Oustlo tubo works was taken into th Shelby Steel Tubo while ho wot The company has cloned thi plants at N Cuyahoga and tin Biower plant in The maim faeturo of tubing will be couceutmtw in tho five plants at Kllwood Now Greenville and Thit will probably liuyo tho effect of iucrcas ing tho tube business in Bert Hauso Grove City Carrie Spobu Kremis Duuiel Gunsloy SlmrpsvilU Ella Baker Wheatlauc Sheakloy ville Poarl Fisher Sheakloy ville Albert Mahler Mary Cook Tin NPW The now tiro whistle was placed in wsitlou ou the Electric light plant on aud in evening tho citi wero stnrtled by a most unearthly oroochitip which out n to learn tho The whistle worked all and is guaranteed to wake tho doml tho tllstniico of owe This is but tho beginning of alt tiro alarm which Our tiro laddies hnvo under To Our Sii Tho subscription of Tim NEWS is per year in To enable our subscribers to tell how thoir account stands aside front tho volnmo and num ber on the litllo yellow label nt tho right of thoir we will place a star opposite their nniiio for each years sub scription If hero are two stars your nnmo will do note two years and so When yon seci a stnv opposite your unmo you will confer n fnvor by calling nt our oillco and paying np tluw saving your solf front being annoyed by Watch tho slurs and keep thorn off your TUB Spend Your Moruiy Too much cannot bo said nbont thoso unprincipled or business rnou outoftown concerns instead of spending thoir inpuoy at An exchange coinon rijafHtto the point with tho following Tho men who a local and who nro our help to build up the and when our transient concerns they a blow at their own Do not patron too fakirs and such when you know you CUM buy bettor goodn cheaper of your own And this ro siKumibilily runts on tho Immuess man us If ho runs oil to the city when lie wants anything not in his own par ticular ho object if tho pooplo follow bis If ho is a clothier or milliner and goes to another town for his dry groceries or ho bliimo tho dry goods dealer or printer for fjoiuK to tho city for his clothing or The GvoouviUo Firo Department have charge of our merchants picnic tills and propose to make it a Tho picnic will bo hold at August All biwiucHS places in town will ho closed on Mint Tho boys expect to havo n largo Tho procoodH will tfo toward wiring tho town for alarm At present it is intended to put one alarm box In tho oast and west which will bo con nected with an annunciator at tho elec tric light works in tho middle whom tho now flro alarm whistle him boon After I his part of tho program is put tho boys intern to place an alarm box on College avonuo and Morccr Otiior boxes will bo placed us fast as Mako up your minds to attend Mils picnic and help the youll go your moiioy per Imps inoro Uinil iJiat somo Dont forgot tho August Kilty ol Mill Tho commitlco appointed by Mercer Lodge Independent Order of Odd to arrange for observance of the fiOtli aimivdrsnry of Iho institu tion of the have so far progressed with their work as to bo nblo to imHuro tho Bociily Hint n KueruHslul occasion IB in storo for July An orator of tho the of has been Marsh is a past grand mimtor in tho order and thoroughly with its work and honco an interesting and instructive addivns may be Marsh is also manager of the West ern Pennsylvania Odd Follows Relief Thn lodgehas arranged for a freo dinner for all Odd Fellows and whilo invitations havo beon tendered by any individual momber of tho ordor who may be in tho vicinity is cor dially Tho exorciwH of the afternoon will bi opened with a followed by tho uddnss and lodge his tory at thu court Music for the day will to furnished by the Citizens band of In evfuing a reception will bo Umrtured in tho Sodal Ciiolo which rooms have boon engaged for tho ontiro day for headquarter accommo dations for tins All who coiuo will be furnished their arrival with a program of thu il Ilxinirglon To August Go yinsteamor from Krio and return Watch for Smith represents tile Home Fire Insurance of Now of of Phil Central of also general ageut for Old Reliable New York Life Insurance of New If yon wont insurance that in call at office   

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