Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania 18 Feb 1899
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News, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1899, Greenville, Pennsylvania
Royal baking powder absolutely pure Mew Allen Peoples lecture Boot ugh of changes Tot advertisements must be seat in not later than thursday noon to insure prompt the forget the election next tues this begins february and ends on april covering a period of 46 men use the deep ministerial tone of voice in talking of everything from expansion to the buttons of their woman has a vague idea that All her husband does every Day is to open his smoke and count his Small Blaze was discovered in the residence of Gibson Early last saturday Forenoon caused by a live Coal falling from a grate in the first annual Ball of the Bessemer division held in armory Hall last monday was a social about 100 couples were far As we can one sex has no advantage Over the Many a school teacher has married a on the other Many a Man has chased off after a political think that people Are going to you to buy just because you have been in business for the past 20 years or old tie dont make a must advertise if you would be Success grocers association of Mead announces that hereafter the Gro Oer men of that City will discontinue the use of All periodical and Street car trading Stamps and schemes of All what advertising they do will be through the of member of the legislature from Craw Ford has introduced a Bill to pay school directors for one Day and mileage for attending the convention to county superintendent also to prevent the use of Money by the Candi is always the first sunday after the full Moo ii which happens upon or next after the 21st Day of and if the full Moon happens on a easter is the sunday it May Ocas Early As the 21st of March or As late As the 25th of this year easter Falls on april Byerly says that the Mercury fell so suddenly last Friday night that mule in Pynie tuning while in the act of making a was Frozen with his heels in the a Man who will circulate such a yarn will no doubt go where they Cut no ice1 and laughable complications from mistaken identity in the heal widow the reigning farce will furnish amusement lovers a merry and thoroughly enjoyable evening at the opera february this is a Novelty in Farci Cal in that it tells a most amusing Story and that it really has a the engaged to interpret the Var ious roles in the real widow Brown is Strong and comprises some of the Besl known fun makers in the theatrical of course there Are the latest in dances and attempting to thaw out pump under a Largo water tank on d Moyers Corner Penn Antt Shenango the pack ing around the pump took an alarm was turned in and the but the fire was out before the companies arrived water was turned against the orders of who is very indignant at the conduct of the depart it is understood that to Wil Wake complaint to the City against the departments in alarm should have been sounded in the first neither should any water have been thrown after the fire was out this fire will Cost the Borough tvo Oul Nice one half mile East of Greenville on it ten 15 acres of Laud with a 7 roomed Large barn and out mum 500 bearing fruit Good a it would be an Ideal Homo ror parties that work to Taco tube rolling Woolen factory or any of the three railroads that go through at the same time have their own fruit and this prop erty is for Sale at a very Low cull an4 look it Over and get Price and terms of Allen Turner on there Are Telephone connections in House on Over 800 phones in Green a of 5ry 6p the coot min nov after an Hud aft Mil Rudolph in tha Deutsche tells some stories about Prince Bismarck that have not been told in detail in heh Only was passing through inter Den when he heard be i Ltd him the report of a he turned quickly around and saw it Young Blind it aiming at him with the still smoking Bismarck ran toward the and seized the hand in which he held e and with the other hand be grasped the assassins the had time to slip his pistol into the other and shot times in Quick Marck Felt himself wounded in the shoulder and injured in one of his t he held his assailant fast until Sev eral soldiers ran up and secured then Bismarck walked quickly to his which he reached Long before any report of the affair got the it had several Call ers when her husband came he reeled them All and asked o be excused for a few minutes on account of a pressing there upon he retired to the next room and a Lily wrote out an account of the attempt on his which he sent to the returning to the he joked in his usual Way about his in punctuality at Lun and ate with a Good when the meal was finished he went to kissed wished her Mah Zelt in the old German and added you see that i Ani Quito dont you she stared at whereupon he added you must it be my somebody has shot at but it is As you Klffot remarkable eight of the most remarkable marriages on record took place in the Par ish of says an sex two named mor in and have each eight Chil four sons and four Rheaume four sons have married Morins four and morons four sons have married the daughters of a foul Lull All this ill War rant youve been buying some More useless just to keep up appear College admit the in dad theres a couple of greek lexicons and a latin dictionary in those Money makes the Mare you quoted the Young Man who is too frivolous to to answered his pondering Over to Check Book but you dont want to travel so fast to risk a runaway and a smash ton Friend Over the wine after dinner your wife is certainly a brilliantly handsome i should think you would be jealous of Host Tell you the i i never Vita anybody Here that a sane woman could possibly take the least fancy for the nature babies and children need proper rarely Ever medi if they do not thrive on their food something is they need a Little help to get their digestive machinery working Coe liver Oil with hypo phosphates will generally Correct this if you will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful in baby bottle three or four times a Day you will soon see a marked for larger from half to a according to dissolved in their if you so will very soon show its great nourish ing if the mothers milk does not nourish the she needs the Emu it will show an effect at once both upon Mother and and f All Scott new Allen f Tif net was a business visitor to Mercer of now York in in in All sati at in town this recorder of was n town on business of is the guest of friends in this Long has returned from a six weeks stay in the Oil Clifford of now spent sunday at his Homo in this tet Lary has returned from it Isit with relatives and friends in Union Earl of was guest of friends in this place this miss Jennie of West is the guest of relatives in this miss of Oil was he guest of her brother in this place this misses Laura Hill and Maud sued grass Are visiting the formers parents at Burg miss Jane of was the guest of John Hull and family this miss Frances Moser gave a Tea party o a number of her lady friends last 3aturday miss Jessie Tillotson has returned from a several weeks visit with friends in Jersey Miller entertained friends at her Home on Franklin Street last Friday of was the guest of her David Days and last of arrived hero last saturday to take Barge of pollards Preston of was Tho guest of her Maclen and this of was in town yesterday on business connected with the Peoples lecture miss Minnie Peato gave an enjoyable Valentino party to Tho ladies bicycle club and their friends tuesday Tho was in Grove City this superin tending the completion of his Branch gallery in that Mcelhaney and family have moved into weeks 292 main where they will make their future february at the Home of Tho brides by Charles Knap Pomberger and Frances Patterson and Tho misses my Martha and Flo of drove up to this place thurs and spent Tho afternoon with Thomas of this was honoured by an election to the presidency of the stale plumbers which met in John of was elected cards arc out announcing Tho marriage of miss Effie youngest daughter of and Samuel of Jefferson to the ceremony is to take place at Tho Homo of Tho brides parents at High next february Warren the now clerk for Tho county moved his family from Leech Corners to Mercer last week and is now Busy with his now Baker takes to his new work Liko a Duck to and has already made himself very popular with the court House Tho condition of Hay Wood is about the same As last week except to is a Little to is receiving Tho Best possible but his friends realize that the end is not far his physicians have abandoned All Hope and Are direct aug their efforts to making his suffering As Light As John of Lake a candidate for county commissioner subject to Tho decision of Tho Republican waa in town thursday look ing for Mcclure comes from a township which has not been favored with a county office for a Good Many and is making a Strong convass to would undoubtedly make an efficient officer if Captain of company fifteenth has reopened his office in the masonic and resumed his to believe Martin made As great a sacrifice in a business and personal Way in serving his country As any other Man in the fifteenth the doctor had a very lucrative practice Here before the and it will not be Long before to regains no other Largo City is its quiet As railway engines Are not Al Lowed to blow their whistles within the City there is no loud hawing by and the Man whose Wagon gearing is Loos and rattling is subject to it the courts have a arge discretion As to fines for noise the negro whistlers who make the night shrill and musical i Washington would have it hard time of it in a German strangest of Plano playing in regulated in before a certain tour in the Day and after it certain hour in the night the piano must be silent in that musical even Dur ing playing hours a Fine is imposed for Mere banging on the in it is Only during the Carni ral and on fete Days that the sound of the French Horn is at other seasons it la rigorously prohibited by the German intolerance of noise is not recent who demanded absolute had 130 houses torn Down in Prague and sentries posted nil round in the to secure there Isa tradition that still tur Lher Back in time a Bohemian Shep seeing the Monk Adelbert blew on his pipe in Tho Monk called Down the curse of deaf Ness on i it pays to 00 hungry in debt so rerun and until Onn of luvs the most persistent creditors and baddest collectors in the world Are said to be those of it is not uncommon for them to literally live up on the Doorstep of a debtor for Days at a it is the custom for the Dun to sit at the door of his victims tent and allow no one to go out except by his during this Welge he neither eats nor allows his debtor to this starvation is kept up either the debt is paid or the credlto1 gives up the in which Case is considered the Laws which this common practice is regulated Are Well not even the chief governors of the country Are exempt from when the debt is Large or the Case in some other Way it is the custom for a number of collectors to surround the tent and sometimes even the bed of the debtor to make sure he takes no the requires As a matter of fairness that the collector should not eat during the to the strongest stomach War new York i think i shall have to discharge my office whats the matter with him All there is for him to do a the office is to tear off the sheets once a month from the various calendars hanging on the and when he Tore them off on the first Day of March he kicked because february was such a Short a trial will babies pictures a expert operator in rooms Over Branch gallery at Grove is again abroad in Tho Tho if you breathe May to full of its fatal dont neglect the grip of Yon will open the door to pneumonia or con sumption and invite its Stiro signs Aro chills with Lull heavy mucous discharges from the sore Throat and never let go dont Winsto precious time this Congh with or cheap cure it at onco with Kings now Tho fallible remedy for bronchial kills Tho disease heals the lungs and prevents Tho dreaded effects from Tho Price 50 cents and Money Back if Mot a trial bottle free at shroud drug lecture of John on last Days of Tho in Laird opera tuesday february should not to forgotten by any of our it will to a rare such opportunities Aro not often auspices of John Dickey Post few of our 8 cans funny Columbia River Salmon i cuts now i jew a Hugh 25 8 ones now Rud kidney 25 8 cans now puns 25 8 cans now Corn 85 8 Civ no now ton Tooh 8 cans Benec Otumfo 85 8 pounds fancy of Tor Cra Ukura 8 pounds Oxtra soda Cra Kors 85 8 pounds Kun Llyl Oats 85 8 1pound Liotos Dunne currants 8 1pound boxes of Cudtud to Isiiah 85 4 pounds Nice Luo 85 4 quarts Navy Noaim 25 10 bars Sunshine soap 85 0 bars Lenox soap 85 Arbuckle and xxx co Foo 12 now per Pound w Ibn Yush per Pound 15 closing out Holiday Silver to do not wish to hold these goods Over and Honvo marked them Down to actual if Yon want now is Thor Timo to got your inspect Otto por quart mince por Pound Pilsbury per sack 05 in the Mccarroll Bill is a Good As v t we no issuing punch curds and when Yon anybody who knows anything about j out will Law and court houses will dem1 of a Nico piece of to clock or of crafts like who refused to cull und Ami Tho pm sums mud bound by any caucus simply i of Tho fear of helping Quay in his have the thanks of All fair minded masonic Block who will follow after him in the years to Send us no Cost you Job of son com piste 1111 of handsomely f Kuril and to arty ii your vital pm Jamji Piil 10 Lirije i to Iii different Bell Thirn Mir friends m Iii mils scud us Lalloo Imit Fri mull i address err Rte shoe Sale misses childrens women Tan and Black and women Tan and Black and women Tan and Black and women Tan and Black and to women heavy to misses Laco and Black to misses Laco and Black to childrens Laco and Black 76o to to infants soft Solo 60c women Felt shoes and 60o on Tho Dollar to will also Oiler All of our boy unit youths Winter goods at exact while this Sale to make room for Spring remember there Are no old worn goods in this but everything fresh and if it is High priced goods at Low prices you Are looking you will surely come and see this Sale will commence on january and continue until the goods Are All do not put off buying until your site is As Assignee of 2o6 main on monday morning we will begin a special Sale of ladies and miss Sand childrens we Are determined to in every garment in our and during this Sale will Oiler All Gar ments at just garments i garments for for garments for garments for and so on through Tho whole just Cut in we arc not trying to unload old the garments referred to above arc this years new not with this goods cannot stay with us Long if dont delay Benninghoff Winter clearance Sale out at overcoats and pants made to order at a Cut of on fourth or 25 per off for now is the time to secure bargains at the old reliable firm of 185 main
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