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News, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1897, Greenville, Pennsylvania Your Fri Tenton is cd cd toottt1 if tirade hero yom will and our Cone letter and Somo Good Holiday what would Mortko n More a Knopf lilo rat Iii my Hren my for in no wet i ind inn it tub or in in Rinvil Cru to inn to Lily per Thiel latest news from our Lee on the of Hull season owing to unavoidable no College column appeared in the news last a Brief notice of the events of that week appears in this and on thanksgiving evening and Symons gave a reception to a few Tho evening was spent Iuva rious and excellent refresh ments were a phonograph afforded much pleasure to those a very pleasant evening was and All appreciated very much the delightful hospitality of the professor and Over 100 people gathered at the Beautiful Hall of Chrysosto Nios literary society tuesday the event being the annual reception of Given in Honor of the new at about Oclock a Brief program was begun by a selection by Stammis followed by the address of delivered by president of Tho the response was made by Fred in behalf of the now after the response the time was spent in social the orchestra meanwhile dispersing Sweet under the direction of Miller and a corps of assistants refreshments were served in the latin which had previously been beautifully it was a late hour before the company commenced to and All expressed themselves delighted with the hospitality of the Chrysos it was a most Happy and a Success in every Partick foot Kjall season after Tho thanksgiving in which Allegheny was Defeated by a score of 12 to Ali ills team disbanded for the the team has lost four and won three and has scored 12 More Points Luiu has been scored against this showing is much better than could have been when it is considered that Thiel was compelled an entirely new and that the team was compelled to Buck against teams which outclassed it in the prospects for a Good team next year Are As none of this years players will and con december volume Star Hope Mission band a intercut Itig meeting in the Church monthly the Star Hope Mission baud of the presbyterian met in Tho Church Parlours monday and had quite a Largo and appreciative the misses Lulu Cora Jennie Chase and Netta Speir very kindly took part in Tho which helped the Little folks out the following program was carried out band Margie me Jeano Helen Anderson Mario pot it Dickey Toni Pictou Davis Lulu Hogue Vaughn Pott it John Scott our Mercer the news in Brief from our county items of Iii Frost Groin admit Triin Foik a Onitt Vaughn Anderson song by Cove Netta Jennie Reading of not Robert one of the most interesting tilings on the program was Tho gotten up by the Little As follows the edited by Laura Vaughn and Robert the Greenville not Soer will be published every ouch in a while unless the police it will be Republican in not because we Sido Rable new material May be expected by next a Largo amount of credit for this years showing is due to who brought the up As far As Good coaching possibly want another reports from Meadville state that Allegheny College has offered thick u Large sum Over expenses to play another manager of has heard nothing of thick has Given Allegheny two decisive defeats this and if another game is All that is asked is that she give Thiel a sum sufficient to make Aii object for the team to go into training this report is in Lino with the made by one closely connected with Allegheny Taggart and of and of played with Thiel on this is a deliberate nothing but a straight College team was and Allegheny was in spite of the fact that there was one of their friends at thiels practice nearly every let Allegheny make a fair and thick will give them another Good Earnest values in clothing or gents furnishing goods Call on the up Odate main believe in Tho Republican party but be cause there arc no More postmaster Carlin now denies that he voted for in accordance with a time honoured custom observed by the other Greenville to will under no circumstances Tell Tho truth about our terms of subscription Are per copy if not paid in to accept in pay ment of Ripe Frozen potatoes and setting advertising space is not for As All space will be used for getting even with those who say unkind things about i Oval Gibson will Start for Tho Klon Dyke about december in his air Gold to expects to be gout four or five a disastrous fire broke out in Martins cellar which comp lately consumed the Walls As Well Sirj the cellar the House was not Tho Post week him been Ono of quiet in the county and has seemed even More quiet after lie several Days of court during the two weeks just nevertheless that Ever Wake Ful and untiring him in formed us that our county superintend will be a candidate among a few others for Tho Republican nomination for Eckles has probably a Large constituency among different local politicians and especially among the Rural which should give him a great Walter Hall and the Bov choir the doctor was so excited that he jumped from a second Story window into one of his Shade from which he was res cued with great difficulty by Tho Junior Hook and ladder Fred Junior member of the firm of Keck has just returned from new York with a carefully selected Stock of Day of Yards of Yard of Calico and two and on half spools of Burgess in crop eng the Sho Creek saw d body loafing up Stream to immediately Rode his wheel into Tho Stream and rescued it proved to be one of John Sherbondy scare crows he had in his Corn Field last the Burgess is being congratulated on All sides for his a very exciting game of foot Ball was played in Tho Park saturday Between Tho main Street Squealer and the Alley they lined up a follows believe to can please both your Oye and your pocketbook this fall on Boss coins and look and Nee what you Keck weather corrected for Tho week ending december at Al of Thiol thurs by Privi Piti Davs 11 i n i a 2 c c s la 1 i3 i 48 is 24 a 21 t i 11 a t s w s w Hii w w no m 15 s Waln Oduy 8b Ai t thursday denotes Rise in denotes full in t in above Tun Otos Umont too Smull to diameter f main Squealer Guiyu Tillo Sou Keck Harry Watson Keck Beatty Mosseau Templeton blackmail Cleveland Alley Albert Shutt Heuan Miller Ray Aud Crayon Chas Wakefield Ralph bean Boyd inc Muisus John Rex or Roy bean Ray Blackmon Reid Forrester classified won Trust Kvatum or a no Tuiuli tooth a rooms Over West s main and Racu Iago to Lugo of Dimaul All work Prestt Yatrou of subsoil Jors for the to do without u Good costs per Saletkin news will be on Salu i7t Hubun ers until polonius news to Jota now is Good Timu to in j news notice wedding inv you if in Tho first Down Shutt fell heavily on putting him out of the Wakefield was put out for slugging sluggers scored a touch Down after five minutes Ander in attempting to kick struck Watson on Tho left dislocating his right leg the game then broke up in a general a meet ing of the choir it was decided to i so stright and Harry Keck for their As in the none but Bald headed men will to Pfotzer is making a Sot of false Teeth for weeks Templeton and Anderson undertook to organize a presbyterian Pedro but after a careful canvass of he congregation discovered that there was not a person in the congregation hat Ever heard of he John Alan will address the marriage Ible mens club on Friday on Tho the pleasures of a Long court of Why i dont get John Williamson is writing a Book a bachelors or de lights of single Riley bought two Railroad ties lust and has a Largo Force of men getting them into after this to will begin his canvass for town summer girl who dont eat ice John Roberts would like to arrange for a girl on tuesday As his other nights Areall you arc looking for bargains in overcoats or you will find them at blocks up Odate clothing remember the place and main have secured again this fall another lot of new single Woolen Blank such As to had a Rush for a year those who bought lost year know what a bargain they those of you who Haven seen dont know what you Are Keck bargains in clothing gents fur which Jive been might before Tho Tariff took effect and will to sold lower than Ever at Benni Soboff of the Trinity Church of gave the music lovers of Mercer a very enter Taining recital in Tho second presbyter Ian the boy choir consisted of 18 Small boys of from years of age and were especially Well on thursday evening Edwin shirts gave a Chalk talk in the first Presby Terian shirts comes from a family of artists which makes him Well fitted for this line of he also Caruo Well recommended and was received by a Large and appreciative Audi his memoirs of or Southern Guy Seman was arrested at com out Villa on monday evening for Tho larceny of in Money from of at his hearing before the Justice of the peace at Stoneboro on Plaud guilty and was bound Over to he is now in the custody of sheriff Gordon has been a business visitor for the past several when Job said truth was hard to 10 spoke truly when another an honest Man was hard to he also spoke Well but when the Man said Justice was to to said something just As Tho reasons of this Are probably but one we think was plainly shown in the trial of a Case last three men were called As character and evidently none the solemnity of an or that they were not there for any other purpose than to help the judge jury administer each swore As to the bad reputation of one of the Par ties to the although they lived in Tho Simic Borough and never even heard the character in question 1iojkrly Philip Landfried to Kittiko Laud in Puma tuning township John Vincent to Power of attorney to satisfy mortgage for the e Charles let to Power of attorney to satisfy mortgage for the John administrator of John to Simeon lot in Greenville Robert Glenn it us to Emma Laud in new Samuel Roberts to Elizabeth Roberts Laud in Grove it Elizabeth land in new John Parr it us to Hind in new James Stranahan it us to lot in sch Hoagland to Ida Laud in Fred Homo to Jacob Laud in Maggie Williams it Al to Miner lot in Grove to my lot in Francis duh to Louis lot in John Inman to John land in obituary of died Sun aged 77 to was a unlike of Mercer deceased was just ice of Tho peace at Hadley for 21 consecutive years and notary Public for Over 14 Noll Neil aged 75 died pm at his Home in of heart in was a of company Cue Hundred and forty Pennsylvania Volun James an i Muto of the alms died last aged Over 80 deceased was formerly a Resi Dent of Wilmington he was a member of the presbyterian Church and masonic Anna a Iii of Nour now Ham died at the residence of her at 1 Oclock at the advanced age of 84 she Wim the Mother of of this and was held very dear in the hearts of All who knew she was a Christian and will be greatly missed by the funeral took place from her late residence and was very largely Minn Amy miss Amy daughter of Anderson teed and of the first died last saturday afternoon at 4 of gastric miss teed was ill Only one and her death is u great Shock to her relatives and was 22 years of age and a Young lady highly esteemed by All who know the parents have the sympathy of the entire Community in their sad the funeral was held at the House tues Day at 2 after an illness of several months an Able minister of the departed this life november at the Homo of his Daugh James in new the funeral services took place on Satur Day Many friends of the deceased were present to pay the lust tribute respect to the fallen addresses were made by the first methodist Church exp coding elder of Bordon own and of prayer was offered by of the up Worth and of the Kiivit presbyterian the body was Laid to rest in the old King Chapel local items of interest in a con sensed n int Nice Ltd Lilon of our Cotnoir into of n the Many friends of a former resident of this will to pleased to hear of his recent Good for to clil1 from a which explains itself a music by Tho death of bin James of comes into posses Sion of an estate valued at Over the elder Fox Hud great six Al aspirations for his and sent him to Oxford and afterwards ton Gorman University to study music with a famous to had been in England Only a Short time when he met Dora a Beautiful Young he married her against his fathers and was driven from Home this was 15 yours and Fox Camo to where i of earned his living by teaching recently to was summoned to his dying fathers a reconciliation and Tho old Man left his son his entire Fox moved from this place to Binghampton about four Yean at he time of his residence in this place he win employed us professor in music at Lumu and was organist at presbyterian his old friends m this place All rejoice Over his Good school misses Stoyer and Oron spent thanks giving in the schools will close de Cember for the Christmas the enrolment of pupils in the schools Railroad notes Mil Cut Lysod a o u seven wreck cars loaded with p change of Imja stance sunday card Mont into effect or Road last the i and one Tii Vinci by one of was lie been caused engineers overlooking his the Carnegie company ims he hmm Stone on Tiu 1ro a Ulitin Kwh ill let John in Menor Butler among our the elixir will give of tin Butler will prove h the reformed cd Naitil Sui iday morning and of holidays 10 la Roll in evening ending november is do ill it who hits charge of Tho wrought now doing business in this reports that their sides in this Vicinity have Cuoio up to their fullest at present Over n car loud of ranges have been sold so in Robinson expects to sell at least in this there arc nine teams on the Road at they Are Well taken of in their quarters at Tho Weir barn on and have two veterinary surgeons to look after the salesmen with Robinson Are quartered the Arlington they Are a Jolly set of and Are very they Are up every morn ing before Daylight and by Are out on their an idea of the magnitude of lie wrought Iron Range can to had when one considers that they Are represented in every state in Tho us Well As every country in the Lodge of for Tho month thanksgiving exercises were Given by the pupils in All the about 200 patrons of the schools were present at these the next open Day will be febuary miss Anna now touching in the and miss Alice now in the former in this ate Turkey thanksgiving in ii ii miss Amy one of our High school was buried miss teed As a student in our schools was affable and Well her parents and relatives Tho sympathies of her classmates and teachers in their the spelling Book has Boon put into Tho High All along the line from he first years work to to eng Lish and the practical everyday features of an education Are being never before Lias so much Laid on Coin posit and rapid Rohl Miro the Cossitt 200 main now occupied by bus been leased by the Postoll co department for five beginning april i at an annual rental of which includes Light and steam Clements episcopal the Olin son ski t Ilij Hou that mid in Eveni Nir 0 in i he i will con this oven bunday sunday 7 Tho Greenville fire department in of wednesday evening and elected the Fol lowing olivers Charles Keck Ned Nero my 11rrlaf0 of Miff Ash and jump wan Hole Immert us Tho ivs Leibfo of the Marietta on third first thursday Alfe noon at i Oclock tie Cero irony in of Ihn relatives and Friend miss i Illie Hooser win and r and Bunp on Sicrie train 10 for and will in and Niagara Falls on their wed Ding Otis Elsio Luella Amy Ralstom Maggie Howard Mildred Viola Fred to Cloas Mamie John Weldon Marie Anna Frank Jennie City Yiu tuning Shenai Igo Greene us aug Greenville Hickory Hickory a Rino the new York male quartet appeared before a fair sized audio no at Laird opera thursday under the auspices of Tho Chrysosto Nios literary society of Tinel Tho program was one of Tho finest Over Given s and was of a very High or the voices of this quartet arc re in this the voices of this quartet arc Mark ably Well balanced and their enunciation As Solo they arc each receiving numerous miss As was very Well she fairly captivated her and he recitations were Given without on the whole the entertainment was us near perfection As and merited a much larger us Digneo than was Collar ettes were never so stylish As this we can show you the proper things and our prices Are Keck that a handsome suit and fits splendid who Viado it Gibson to beats them you bet dont forget that the Snag proof boots and overs Tor Felt outwear All we their sole jul scr Lich to Liy Illo the Lodge of which will to conducted by arc encillo in Laird opera tomorrow at will be a very impressive to which the people of Tho City Are cordially the program is As follows opening Lang syne Down thine ear me will Eulogy Youngstown quartet the lord is my Shepherd misses Sara Mabel Evelyn Bertha Van Sharon kindly Light remarks by esteemed leading Knight a Celiku Netta Jen Nie Cora we adore thee miters Evelyn Mabel closing audience joining in Benedict Iii a change in the schedule of Passen Ger trains on the Pennsylvania lines went into effect november under the new schedule time of trains at Greenville is As follows depart for the West at depart for the East at 5 7 i 5 a you Slick Lowden received quite an agreeable Surprise when he stepped off the at on thursday of Hist where he was met by a brass bund and the elite of that place in a he was greeted with three cheers for and was escorted from the to the town where a dinner was tendered in his in the evening in heared in the United presbyterian Church on behalf of the higher educational movement on foot in that Lowden came from Fredericksburg to this and May Well feel proud of his Royal Resep Tion Back to his old where he is very much Tivo suits Cor suit has been brought against r and Edwin Weaver in Tho sum of is miss sic by and Thomas miss Doit has been playing with the Fain ill of w h an employee at the Bessemer shops in this the defendant in Din is of now and in the Edwin of with circulating an absolutely false and malicious adeling a Vosh Derry Good Young Ladys j human is see rotary of the Mutual fire insurance and both to and his daughter stand very High in he com we Are Selling boys and a court was held lost saturday after noon at Tho Arlington hotel to fake Tes Timony in the petition for a guardian for Sara judge Miller was to have but was unable to appointed to act for taking the testimony in the Case and submitting it to him for his Freeland is Over 85 years of she owns a farm of about my which is situated on the Hadley and which her children say she is not Able to and Pray that a guardian be owing to the Large number of but one Side of the Case was that of Tho Tho Date has idiot yet been set for Tho conclusion of the Are Selling Young mens and boys suits and overcoats for less Money than Over offered before at would be More acceptable than a artistic Cabinet photo for Chris taxis from f Riold i Smith can Supply 87 suit has i Sou entered at Mercer by of the first in behalf of bin Albert against Tho Borough of for injuries the amount asked for is suit has Boon instituted Localise a pile of Kami was dumped on main Street in front of the Park several months and no Light or warning signal placed upon Bowers was in the employ of childrens cheap want to pay for i when will Init tin name style the Stock Man of your friends a Nice neat Cabinet photo of children or baby made at Smiths they will predate it Higlin Yony formerly Gem go Grauel and wan sent up Street on an it was about 0 of Clink in the evening and he was Riding a to trued out for a Rig in front of the Park and wheel struck the was thrown against the curb and Lay for some time after a time he managed to make his Way the store from which place he was taken for several Days his condition was very and for two weeks wok confined to Tho House with caucus won of the new thing in ladies Felt boots and Only at Keck did you get that suit in new Lork i got it at int it that the place to get your moneys j Only paid for Yon have Money to Burn dont Trade with us but if you want reliable goods at right give is a Keck son me Hawaka knit the Only All knit Wool Boot on the sold with Tho Goodyear Over for at Kef a Ever had for lid Yim hat suit it is a Best Money Only Slock and Liea stones at Gret Novillo Marble cd 1nees that cant be of those in Metlar and suits at powder pyre

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