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 Royal baking powder absolutely pure mob ism pc new Toua of totter new Day tort changes Tot advertisements must be sent in not inter this Al thursday soon to insure prompt the commences on february will soon be Timo for the chirp of the Early Waddell will pitch for Detroit next Allegheny evening record has been absorbed by the Pittsburg Welk had one of his feet badly crushed at the Bessemer shops last Fri and the Rhine at Laird opera House next february Riley gave a reception to her dancing class in armory wednes Day the wednesday will be the first anniversary of the blowing up of ill fated Battle Dollar spent with the Home Mer chant will come Back if spent with an out town youll never see it a lineman for the Mercer Telephone had his right Eye injured by a piece of wire last a brakeman on the bes had his hand crushed Between Tho draw Heads while at work tuesday Complete program of the Farmers Institute to be held at next wednesday and will be found Page representing Patrick of the Pitts Targ Stock has opened an in the opera Andrews House on Street was totally destroyed together with its insurance new Post office has been established at Leesburg on Tho about five Miles South of to be called steel ceiling was put in Keck Hutcheson store room this changes Are being made and the store Given a thorough the apron Bazar in the presbyterian Church Parlours on Talo tinos Day open at 3 Oclock sup per of hot Chicken and biscuit served at s bring your Greenville Gas will occupy Che Adams express room after april the Gas office will be moved to this and a Lino of Gas fixtures will be put on Shrom this been appointed superintendent of the company and Shrom will continue As treas real widow Brown played to a packed House in Laird opera House Friday the show was and the specialities up to manager Holby has booked the show Lor a return and it will get another Large As it is one of the Best shows on Tho Road this new improvements at she Nawugo Are contemplated by Tho Bessemer in Tho near a new inter crossing will to put in by the and Erie Tho Bessemer will also secure a water from the Erie and will erect a water it is expected that arrangement will save much time for both North and South bound trains on the Washington Post advocates the whipping Post of be Olden time for a wife eater is a Crea Ture More deserving of Corporal punish ment than almost any other living Ani and we have several right Laero at a few applications of the lash to the Bare Back of a wife eater would soon convince him that he ought to be better might possibly make a Man out of last evening at the opera Toole opened to and delighted a Large audience Killarney and the who reminds one very much of the late is oho of the most capable actors that has appeared on the his quaint humor kept his auditors constantly and Bis pretty the kind reach the were thoroughly Toole is ably assisted by miss Lillian be Woolf and a company of this slow Wii appear at Laird opera House next secure your seats Patron Feo ouf Hottie the Brewry is Vitta hues and the Rhine at Laird Brefa House next february Central Public school at is to be remodeler and in and when completed will con Tain 12 the estimated Cost of the improvements is from to of the american Ottavy will observe february the anniversary of the blowing tip of the As a which they will Call Maine Nee Liws to say the Spanish Navy wont have finished their work on the books of John the dered City treasurer of new they found the amount of the robbery to have been there is still no clue to the remember that the Home Mer chants Are Here All the ready to sell the Best of everything at lowest and to make flood everything they so always the travel ing agents the cold shoulder and spend your Money at answer to an inquiry of collector of the 28d regarding the requirement of Revenue Stamps on checks drawn by depositors against their own funds in the commissioner of internal Revenue says this office has held and still holds that any Check presented by a depositor for the withdrawal of funds to his must be and no other decision could be rendered unless the Law should be Butler shoe store changes Oliver Jones purchased the shoe store of Frederick this and will take Possession March Jones needs no introduction to our having been in business in this same stand for about six Jones has been out of business for about a and has been working in Youngs town and Dpi ring that he is an experienced shoe Salesman and an enterprising Young and we wish him we Are pleased to announce that Frederick will remain with he will continue to travel for Duttenhofer wholesale shoo of he has been on the Road for 18 years and last year sold Over Worth of Frederick expects to open a water oui in this place for his in the near future for the convenience of their Trade in Fred Ericks Eastern Ohio and Western the entire out put of this company is pairs of shoes per Frederick will erect a handsome now dwelling on his Corner Shenango Street and Louisa next the first Story will to of and the second of Charles who had charge of the store while owned by his will also go on the but has not yet decided where he will asm your doctor ask your physician this ques what is the one great remedy for consumption he will cod liver nine out of ten will answer the same yet when persons have consumption they loathe All fatty yet fat is Neces sary for their recovery and they cannot take Plain cod liver the Plain Oil disturbs the stomach and takes away the the Dis agreeable fishy odor and taste make it almost Unen what is to be done this question was answered when we first made Shotts emulsion of cod liver Oil with hypo although that was nearly Twentyfive years yet it stands alone to Day the one great remedy for All affections of the Throat and the bad taste odor have been taken the Oil itself has been partly and the most waive stomach to it not in ten take and digest the Plain nine out of ten can take scots emulsion and digit Why it cures so Many of Early even in advanced cases it brings Comfort and greatly prolongs nil new Burnett is in Boston Fol Busi Ness King Hlor is lying ill in his room at the of arrived Homo thursday miss Josephine Leech was Tho guest of Sharon friends this Lew willing and wife visited free kids in this Gillespie and wife entertained friends thursday Charles setts and of arrived Homo Mon february a Ter to Fred Keck and Eagle miss Evalyn Bright has gone to Nash for an extended visit with of is Tho guest of her Fred Eagle miss erne Roberts was the guest of her e Mer this George Wheeler and of were the guests of friends in this place this of is the guest of her Shenango of los califor was Tho guest of his commander of the fifteenth arrived Home tuesday of Leech a candidate for county was in town Jamie who has just resigned from Tho is the guest of his Albert Mcneal and daughter Myra left for Niagara to witness the ice Bert Shepherd is Tho guest of his Mother in this he was a member of troop third and has just been discharged from Tho serv Viola Ball returned to her Home in after spending a three weeks visit with her misses Jennie Crawford and Anna City miss Marietta Brown is the guest of miss Bird of she will visit of kit Tau before her return of the left on Erie train 8 pester to spend a few Days with Liis Daugh miss who is attending a medical College in that of who was a member of company fifteenth which returned from Georgia on is the guest of his Frank formerly train dispatcher on the Bessemer at has been promoted to the important position of division operator on the Colorado Northwestern with head quarters at Onutz and of were Tho guests of Muntz and this Ollie is now manager of the harness depart ment of Kaufman having just resigned a similar position with Solomon Harry who has arrived informs us that his re ported locating in Athens was a we received a printed notice of Tho same from a member of Tho regiment upon which to based our Mercer the condition of Hay Wood re Mains about Tho same As last some clays he takes considerable nourishment and his friends have renewed Hope for his ultimate but to is in a very critical and has a Long Road to travel to regain his wonted Alan received notice from his former Transfer congregation that they were going to pay him a con sequently 25 drove up thursday and spent the oysters wore served and an enjoyable time All around was Tho when they departed Alan was bettor off than before they arho that Road eth let him under a very pretty Home wedding took place at Tho Homo of and Burg february when their daughter Mury was United in marriage to Arthur of about 25 couples witnessed the which took place at High when the wedding March they took their stand under a Beautiful Arch of Smilax and the Bride being dressed Iri a Beautiful White silk gown and the brides maid in White or while the Groom and Best Man were stylishly dressed a Vaughn after congratulations the company proceeded to Tho Diu eng room where a Bountiful dinner awaited the presents Wero Many and the Happy couple took leave 014 the evening train for Green their future their Many friends wish them happiness Aud pros heal brownies in Vlnka it f tit inline i the of Innea Eben a South Ament East claims to have discovered a race of living brownies near the head Waters of the Orinoco River in the wilds of if describing his Sullivan says the queer child people Are about four feet in their skin from head to foot is it Brilliant Reddish translucent in their legs Are Tike pipe scarcely the size of a Childs while their arms Are ridiculously Small and and their stomachs Are out of All Porton to the and distended Back As Well of their faces Are Flat and flabby like those of Palmer Coxs i think they number to they Are moving Over Sands of Square it was purely by Accident that 1 came upon some of their roving a traveler might have to search for months in the same Region in order to find any of All those which i saw were in different parts of in measuring these Little Folk i found none Over four feet and eight and the women were much they use the style of head dress so common among african of shaping Many designs by mixing mud with their hair both men and women do clothing in their Village is worn Only by and then Seldom More than a cloth Over the but they bedeck them slaves with Many brass and Copper or have tribal Marks that sometimes cover the entire upper body and these Are made by silts in the they live in Little houses called of mud or Woven dried entered by crawling on the hands and i went into one it seemed like a Childs there were queer Little Fetich gods set up All they represented animals mostly and there were Many ugly specimens of Clay pot there were Little Fetich doctors in Clay and Many other things of the sort suggesting most superstitious they i All though some of them seem to have an idea of a supreme spirit of Illnick in flu n Rren Nilve of the Best remedy in the world for an impending attack of malaria or chills and fever is Strong Black said the drummer with the Quill in his As he walked up to the Cashiers desk and paid for lunch for Early yesterday morning i awakened with the usual accompaniment of the i had hot follow ing them came a sensation similar to having cold feet dancing a minuet on ones track in the Winter in several Hundred Miles from out of reach of my of and i was in a get Ting the ague when you Haven a sym pathetic spouse or a Loving old Mother near to douse your feet in Mustard Baths and rub your Chest with Cam is not the pleasantest thing in the so what did i do but adopt the suggestion of a fellow who said hed had the agy a dozen o times and drank i swallowed five big Brawny cups of the and when i arose today i Felt like a it had effected a Orleans null Ilia Homo on Hui tvs colonel Ell she do Board of Gohner is probably the Only Man whose Home is on a ii has just built a House on the spot where his beloved wife on Tho Beautiful Mountain near his at the Structure la a Small but substantial Octagon of and on the great Iron opening into the sin Gle room is the inscription one in life and one in colonel de who is past four score lost the partner of half a Century five years his wife was his Comfort and his inspiration in and now she is his Solace in around the windows the rarest flow ers have been and the Ven Erable patriarch spends Tho Days in beautifying the surrounding at night he finds repose and rest within touch of Tho grave he loves so new York a Minn musical the Man with the musical heart is puzzling the surgeons out this marvellous Man is Joseph a when the ear is applied to his Chest the regular and heavy beats of the heart Are surprisingly each beat is accompanied by a squeak which sometimes changes to a Clear musical to has sold his body for to a medical society for examination after exp resident of the Academy of in speaking of Milkow skis heart it is a most interesting especially to All it is apparent that there is a trouble with the valves of Bis the latter has grown Lar much the same As it is necessary to have a bigger pump when the valves of a smaller one Are York them hear you have been in several do you prefer the a and have you often been wounded create do As be americas have i am note mooch stuck on be great reductions dry goods 25 pieces English Good value at 10ct now 5c per 20 pieces Light and dark now so pieces of Standard now Al Wool blankets at Cost this Reinhart 215 main seven Good reasons Why everybody should use Zuschlag sons it is from from Sulphur mid Otlmor Forn Lfan pinkos Tuoro Ntuli lusts Longor Tymn other Trio to is no Hoot and loss Hurt Ami it Tooh not it Troy your Slovon mid n you Roco tvo Intro i mlle to the ton my lot Al 11 in it is a Homo produit and Money paid for it both to support pm for i b in i i Homo in Lair mid to Tunis to Tho support of Tho Maronn Nta b and Clorah in our instead or Goyim to and trusts of Othur Lound Tlush mid to labor a nigh sup ports other it in by All Good judges to to Worth a Dollar a Ion More Tymn any other grm Loof soft Coal that Comoa to this the undersigned is agent for this Cool and Sells it at per soils Tho Baugh Coal at per All orders loft at my livery opposite Tho i will receive prompt v to the lowest prices in Greenville for two weeks v dry goods and a lot of surplus Stock for less than Cost dress goods on remnant half regular remnants of Plain and fancy Silks for half now lot of fancy Stripe Silks for waists sold Black and coloured a lot of ladies and childrens Wool and Cotton Worth 00 and 75 for 80 and 10 ladies fleece and Calico Worth Aud for 75 Cotton blankets will to sold at bed Worth and for 05 Aud ladies Muslin underwear will to sold ladies and childrens Wool Hose at outs heavy Cotton Hose l pairs for 25 gents Good Cotton Hose 5 pairs for 25 ladies Good Black Hose i pairs for 25 closing out a lot of childrens Black Worth 10 for 5 childrens extra Good Black Hose reduced to 10 a lot of Percale and Worth 12 for s remnants of Percale and lawns for half fancy All Wool shrunk Worth 50 cents for to have our new embroideries Aud remnants of embroideries and half Wool Fascinator and Hooda at Low prices on Outing closing out lace and Sash curtains see our Prico on wide shooting we Are making the Low prices of table linens and Good and 4 cts Good and 5 cts Good and 5 cts soiled Cost Lenox bars 25 Ota Ivory bars 25 cts granulated Arbuckle and lion ote we pay the highest Price for eggs and bargains Furll the time at the Cash Racket store 4c for outs safety leather watch Oha Iii 1c for spool Basting for Largo water 6c for Twofoot jointed 5c for 24x24 Turkey Bod 10c for a goo Butcher 5c for i hair 3c for a Box of shoo 5c for a Wisk 3c for a bottle of Loc for enamel padding Loc for ladies silk watch Loc for extra Largo for 40 wire hair for bottle Black Loc for wire hair 50c for a tubular Pivot Ting Ivory Farmer needs 3c for Largo bottle machine 5c for a 0 or 1 lamp for wire potato 16c for Slaw

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