Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania
11 Feb 1899

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11 Feb 1899

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News, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1899, Greenville, Pennsylvania It the of psalm of f he Horn to is told of free Lorick the icing of Asho seated one Day in his private a writ ten petition brought to him with flip re Fuist that it should ims immediately the King had just Oil from and from the Glare of the or some other so dazzled were his eyes that he found it difficult to make out a single word of the writing his private Secretary happened to absent and the Soldier who brought the petition could not there was a a favorite waiting in the and upon him the King the Page was the son of one of the noblemen of the bit proved to be a very poor ills pronunciation was and he did not modulate his voice so to bring out the meaning of what he every sentence was uttered with a dismal Monotony of the is if it did not differ in any respect from that which pit ceded Stop said the is it an auctioneers list of be sold that Yon Are hurrying Over Send your companion to another Page who stood at the door then and v him the King gave the the second Page began by and by Clearing ills Throat in such an affected manner hint the King jokingly risked him if he had not slept in the Public with the Gate the night be the second Page had a Good share of and so was not greatly confused by the Kings jest lie determined that he would avoid the mistake which his Comrade had so he commenced Reading Hie petition slowly and with Groat for emphasizing every word and prolonging the articulation of every but his manner was so the that the King cried out Stop Are you rocking a lesson in the elementary sounds out of the room but no Send me that Little girl who is sitting there by the the girl thus pointed out by the King was the daughter of one of the labourers employed by the Royal Gardener and she had come to help her futher Weed the Flower it chanced like Many of the poor people in she had received n Good the King gave her the Ami she rapidly through the open ing lines to get some of what it was she her eyes be gun to Glisten and her breast to what is the matter asked the King dont you know How to read she address ing him with the title usually applied to him i will now read if you the two pages were a but to leave the said the King the Little girl began to read the Peti it was from a poor Whoso Only son had Ucen drafted to serve in the although his health was delicate and his pursuits had been such As to unlit him for military his father had been killed in and the son had a Strong desire to be come a portrait the writer told her Story in a Sim concise that carried to the heart a belief in its truth and Ernestine read it with so much feeling and with an articulation so in tones so pure and when she had the into Whoso eyes the tears had a now i understand what it is ajl about but i might never have i should never have Felt its had i trusted to these Young whom i now Dis miss from my service for one advising them to occupy the time in learning to As for my Young continued Tho i know you will ask no better Reward for your trouble than the pleasure of carrying to this poor widow my order for her sons imme Diate lot to see if you can write is Well As you can Tonko this pen and write As i Dicho then dictated an which Ernestine and lie Call ing one of his to bade him go with the girl and see that the order was Ernestine had the satisfaction of aiding her father to Rise in the so that he became the Kings chief the King did not but had her Well educated at his own As for Tho two she was indirectly Tho moans of doing Uichi ashamed of their had they commenced studying i till they overcame the faults that had offended Tho both Roso to a one As a Tho other As a statesman and Tioy owed their advancement chiefly to to bold a Little Post ii Only three years who had had no experience in the mutter of broken limbs beyond that afforded by the Causa cities in Hur fam ily of had the misfortune to fall and break her own and As soon As Sho discovered what had happened to she cried out will it drop off the Mother i will hold it so that it will not Hurt Yon till the doctor comes and he will fix it nil the Little one pressing her lips together and trying to to do hold on tight so that sawdust wout runt youths Senrt tends or f Timoty Antl paper vests each to bought now in place of Chamois they Cost it Quarter As much As the Are equally and less there is a hygienic Way of dancing As Well As of doing other a dancing teacher says that to make a Good dancer it is necessary to breathe no one will dance Grace fully who does not throw out the Chest and Lake deep breaths and a Long there is n pretty woman living at one of the big new York residence hotels who has won a hoop almost Ever since she can re she has them made for her Small and no one would imagine she wore but they Are there just the Shu is a Plumy and her idea is that she la a Tittle Marc satisfactorily and modestly dressed the a woman physician says she believes that the first and important step in education should be a knowledge of fundamental physiological an ignorance and disregard of which bring about conditions of body which hinder or prevent entirely a perfect perform Ance of the duties of or an enjoy ment of its hulls for health and self preservation Are Given out by workers in Many lines of sociological work among the such the doctor should be taught the number of Bones in the human but a general knowledge of the Laws by which it is the new York cooking school was founded in 1s70 and incorporated two years in 1ss7 the school had Only one the last report 1897 shows ten teachers and one superintendent miss Tho rooms i Tho United Charity building Are Well suited to the work and the furnishings arc neat and according to the report the courses cof lessons include classes from thirty two different or besides two classes in three for Hospital nurses and several classes for the school has sent out teachers to the where successful classes have been established among the practice classes for women in Plain and fancy childrens classes in cooking Are special feat ures of Tho visitors Are Wel come the practice classes every wednesday afternoon at 4 a a to made entirely in mounted Over a silk or Satin foundation or the bodice part made in Plain or fancy or whatever material is employed for with sleeves and Yoke of the frills being of pattern is arranged with a lining the darts in which stitch then cover front with Satin one c the a Watt the full material which in Plain with and a Derann Wither across figure also at Waist to la nine the fronts hooking invisibly Down and on eth Esildo of fastening is Fath or fld the Ivins Dnton Yoko is to to Cut in Plain silk or and covered with Tho full Yoko of which is gathered along lower eds re Back and also Over Tho is Over a lining which can to Cut in Chiffon or the full shove is twice folded Down Centre to form two which run along and draw us to length of lining to which Tho fullness could be caught in visibly Here and there to retain it in Quantity of 42inch 3 Yards 22inch foundation a 11 Yards 0 jul Cleb fur slice four or five bananas very thinly May them in a Glass am Sprinkle them quickly with and n few drops of make u Cus Tard by beating four eggs with Throe Tible spoonfuls of Castor and mixing them gradually with a Phit or which has Ixon heated but not this mixture into a stand the in a Saucepan cof boiling Over the and stir continually the sl11l any ill til thu rns Tard remove it from the fire and continue to stir at until it is May ui0 f Ivou Ved As in this a Fow drops of essence of and two or three of will be the to in Connecticut they have Bratty hew cure for it of a thorough soaking in of course the patient does not take the cure but As he is posed to be in a dangerous Way he 18 not consulted in the at Here is Tho method of procedural As adopted by a Hartford on the second Day of the disease the patients temperature reached with a rapid difficult respiration and rapid after bathing patient in water As cold is Ite for periods one hour the doctor found that Tho temperature remained the still above 10g and the pulse was then he decided to resort to the application of but in the Section where the patient that article was not easily to be pro and the idea of substituting Snow for ice occurred to the rubber protectors were placed on each Side of the and after the patient had been stripped of All his the physician took a spread it out half and Cov ered it Over with Oil inches of the patient was placed in this soft bed of after which the other fold of the Sheet was covered with the same amount of making a he was then wrapped up the two every portion of his body excepting his face being completely covered with the ice next to the cold water was then poured Over All portions of the Sheet with the idea of turning the Snow into the Atmos phere of the room was As cold As it could be but it was not frigid enough to reduce the dampened Snow into a solid on the other it was found that next to the body the Snow the fact that the body was completely encased in the mass of Snow and the ice cold water was in Contact with every pore at the same moment brought benefits that could be obtained by neither cold bathing nor the application of within three quarters of an hour Tho patients temperature dropped to 103 a fall of and the with almost absolute Relief from this improvement lasted about six when both the fever and the delirium the Snow Bath was repeated with the same successful re and for four Days the treatment was continued at intervals of a few at the end of that time the crisis was reached and the patient made a rapid and uninterrupted recon new York take Arntz Gutt Elf feet on i the by special with i certain la if variety is one of the charms of then fashion has Lucre than it usually has to recommend it this there Are hardly gowns alike i every he fancy seems to Anywise be be two ii a Long Redli Gote and a Short jacket or a invite round bodices with ii Nln backs Are coming into favor and some of the models have the old fashioned number of but those Are the rare exception As Satin Matching to cloth in color is one of the seasons the lower part of the skirt being entirely of the on thing which is very evident la the detail of trimming and Flun a in Tho crack let a and hit it a mighty i and Tho log will be split Tho crack but if you keep striking Tho Tho log will finally fall it is so with Yon Havo a or cow for Yon place an nov Iti news for one it May sell the animal with one or it May not but if you that adv Thoro for Rhino Tho horse or cow will ultimately Flud a that Tho to look its like an entering you dont know How Tho split will travel at each but you do know that you have a firm that Tho kind of a wedge Tow news it will bring business to any store if Yon hit it every Tho larger Tho adv Tho quicker Tho finish generally is that nothing sex j opt Cream lace is so Usel Las lie Black and White this is especially i Rue of red which invariably have some touch of popular a piping of j Black Satin with one of White set j close to and a Row of Black braid sewn close to one of White Are both effective ways of producing the desired a wide Collar of White Satin covered with or of White cloth is very striking on red crowns and Nile As stunning on Black cos allows of stitch lug Are the will meet in their masonic next tuesday at 8 of will meet in masonic at will meet in their Hall in the Goodwin next tuesday at 8 Oclock will in their Over Fredericks shoe next thurs Day at of will meet in masonic next thursday at 8 of will meet in pythian Mathers next Friday at 8 of will meet in by think Mathers next monday at 8 Rathbone will meet in pythian Mathers next thursday at 8 Young mens Catholic Union will moot in their opera Tomor at 7 0 the when your hand and Yon fool constr and out of with your stomach sour mid no just buy n package or am take n from 1 to 4 you will be surprised at it Lesliy they will to their curd headache and Rouse the liver mid Mako you fool a Rippy 2t sold by nil Medicine of the tending poll san Biira Noo companies of also notary of Loco not door to commercial hotel opposite if eve Kythine flush commercial Trade satisfaction Wyoming Cobalt find Tiu valuable Muriul made Iii Cobalt is better than balt mine is More desirable than the richest Golden Bonanza of All the Rocky this is the talk one Hedaia at the miners National Bureau of Den ver this is the talk that is electrifying the Western mining world for Cobalt has been discovered at grand encamp and the French Mineral Charles has added new laurels to his reputation for the Dis it is not the first discovery of Cobalt in hut it is probably the Moa the Metal is never found in a pure but mixed with or some other Cobalt Ore is Worth a ton for each per that the Ore and the French mineralogist has found that grand Encampment Ore to contain 4 j per of Cobalt is Worth a there is one mine in this District where thousands of tons of this Ore Are already in Cobalt is the Active principle that colors Blue All porcelain and and from it the worlds great churches and cathedrals receive their delicate shading in Blue in their arched windows and Cobalt is the Active principle of Blue in Oil and water it is one of i the rarest Sweden and Bohemia have in the past furnished the bulk of the Poult represents millions of Dol Lars of French and to lays it All at the feet of the grand encamp ment miners for Ore containing the mine in question is a Copper arid in addition to its Copper which is 70 per cent its Ore yields to the ton in this is Only one among hundreds of Copper mines at grand and if they All contain Wyoming new mining District within a year May be producing More wealth than any three other mining districts in the not excepting the the Transvaal and cripple inter the nuni Mif Smili Iff if a Man Falls so a to strike his head violently on the ice or on the pave or if he gets a blow Over his he in said to see the cause of this curious phenomenon is found in a peculiarity of the optic the function of that nerve is to convey to the brain the impression of u recognizes nothing in the world but it is susceptible to no other if acted upon by any other it communicates to the brain the intelligence of the pres ence of that agent by sending along its Liber hashes of Light irritate this nerve with a Prace or other instrument and it conveys no sensation of but simply that of Luminous Tho pain of the blow on the Eye or the fall on Che head is realized through the nerves of general sensation Ina a is Tible to pain or other the optic Siervo vends to the brain its re port of the Slioch by Sparks and v usual finish for Tho cloth collars and the in Len Mich a Well when no Laco is in stitching is Tho latest and most Chic of All Iho modes of Trimm Luff without regard for Tho ele Gance of the a dark Helios Rosie with a touch of Pale Blue in tie i rimming on the Bod ice is another fashionable the use of Pale especially in Miroir seems to be very Gen Ivr Seijiu in embroidery Aro used us Cluth gown in and Satin waists with charming effect la Tilo Tho following Aro Tho prevailing mar Ket prices in this corrected each Friday by grocer por fancy Dairy por por Ninny por fancy full por por Wilt pin1 por 10 i 10 Corn 10 in Tho por ii Oblong Tho por Tho por Young Tho por Knul Ihli Iho Tor mocha and por por Fern Stu por Oran por Grado por or Lulu por Kona por por Cheshut Ridge on Tho farm of David by of n Anllo of Iovu Coal found in thin which no hol Tiik ii follow of i at inn la delivered Block Coal nut and Slack Ordich loft lit Mem nil a costs Kro enry or id Kiln a Hoith it air will Roo Lotf prompt Box what is nicer than an Iron Fence err it makes Imus tie Limme and Yard and a rods to lie value of the ror Iron fun Clair of every in rely and wire screens Lor windmills and threshing set Taylor and win solos por la Pur la Standard per Windsor por ii Likel por la por por quart por quart purim Biol por por por 100 i Kocot per Puok Bah a very effective substitutes Irod cml by rows of Feather stitching outlining narrow Wiite Sutlon ism land done in crowds of different the fish or stitching is spread out n i Spryn Vilott each Vine Iii fluid a Strong contrast ing Tkv silk a Nisi is us dior por por and after february Tho club Bing rate of tub news and Tho Pitt Elrar weekly Post will to por the Home Mer dont blow in Money on some thing useless simply born us sonic sleek Tou Ned agent talks you into quicker business men Sec that they cant got results out of a Handbill or Tho better it will a Handbill has no it Tho House wife Doest like some in Trudor to throw Winsto in her Yard or on her and mighty Fow hand Bills Aro they Aro not kept around Tho House for they go into Tho was to ask your wife and Seo if this int dwt or in All kinds of pictures and Justice of the Doody inn do and Ici Ipoh mid Iii non but Inch All Mikil i Kwh will rim leu prompt and agent for Mcdowell ail work Brown Tarrh of certain t ions i Tike consumption death from vim Pimption n Rii result of neglected Ca in run work i Farinon Ionly with nature to eject the tuber Eleis from Tho find to that if u euro for consumption Jer Uriu is the head thin letter from of four about her a byways Janina Medicine Kaii daughter Bud every by nip of of of by vials mid Frau Tunis Sliu was so unit 110110 of thought Trio could in May of Bih who had taken told me if anything would help her Iriina j from a Little of it and Musiu Rock Iundy and began giving it to during the first few Days she was no Wells she would Only u half Lea spoonful at but i gave it to jims often us she could Bear in lbs than week would Walls two Hundred Yards and Back without rest ing sin kept getting in two Leo months nhe seemed to be in Well As she Ever Wuriu her 1 and does every one that Snew about that it butt cured her a tune is new wholesale liquor store is Olio to you got Tho Bent Eye whisky Fol for medical wine and if m ale and exist go to where you can got All kinds of we do not sell goods at Only of which Avo a which we Nell at Cost Jor Iho next Jiu As to wish to make room Lor Spring our and Bailee Are All gift run rockers a we have a very hid of them to choose chill and see is buying 158 main Stout

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