Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania
14 Jan 1899

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14 Jan 1899

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News, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1899, Greenville, Pennsylvania This january Royal baking powder absolutely motto Foroi Para Crape Crumn of tartar now Melton w g d j or Miller Cash rocket changes for advertisements must be sent in not later than thursday noon to insure prompt the Hunting has already local doctors Are having a har Vest of grip men think they Are artists they cant even draw a logical con stole two valuable Hunting dogs Froin Ein Mett thurs Day Wilson comedy will appear at Laird opera House monday and tues january 23 and physicians and will occupy the Parlours Over the Greenville National Bank after april for county offices Are now coming their names will be iou Iid in our announcement column in a few Michigan newspaper says that Frank Pfeffer was shot in the upper we Are at loss to know whether or not that is a vital bad boy played to a Large audience in Laird opera House tuesday the play was the Greenville orchestra furnished the grocery firm of Myers Latimer has been dissolved by Mutual James Latimer the business till be conducted in the future by Fred Bessemer Railroad company will try to break up loafing at the Grove City its an immense contract they have for the entire town Loans at the Conway has purchased the City conducted by taking Possession this popu Lar catering establishment is being thoroughly re papered and and will be put in old time we wish Coniway Success in his new newspaper goes right into the readers in and sits Down with it is of the table when to and in his hands while he smokes the it reaches him in an approachable that is Why newspaper advertising brings better re suits than other proprietor of the Crescent steam made an assignment for the Benefit of his last to James stright and Mcnally have been appointed the assign ment is Only Mcnary expects to pay his indebtedness in Gillespie of have filed an Appeal with prothonotary Georgo of the in the cose of the Commonwealth against Walter Gillespie pot tit Are the attorneys for who was found guilty in this of duty of murder in the second degree and was sentenced to 19 years in Tho air Brake instruction car wout to Albion where it will Roui Aiu for three it will then be brought Back to this place for a after which it will be taken to North Mer and eight employees will to admitted at one time and they will be Given thorough just motion in Tho Workings and Cost Fotiou of air brakes and will be taught How to i so them Gillespie who recently purchased wests have just finished remodel aug Tho store new goods and everything in the grocery line has been added to the which is now one the most Complete in the the store has been christened the Peoples and judging join the Many patrons go aug and coming at All it is Oer Well we wish the new firm City treasurer of now was murdered in his office last saturday the crime was discovered at there is said to to 110 clue to the guilty his head had been beaten to a the Safe j broken and perhaps in Money Blevins was about 70 years old and had been City treasurer for 15 he leaves a widow and two it is believed that he surprised the burglars in the we that they killed him to prevent tramps Are of having committed the when a Man has nothing to do he generally attends to it Fawn who helps other persons to get elected to a Good and asks nothing for the service he has generally gets All he of has presented a valuable Organ to the methodist episcopal Church at new the Organ will be placed in the new Church being barn belonging to Louis near the rolling was burned to the ground monday it contained farming several and a considerable amount of All of which was a troubled of received a letter last saturday which roads As follows enclosed find a Long time when Willie was i got 65 from it run along and i forgot about it was carelessness on my but better late than please forgive me As Christ has done your Humble Willie was logans who died about 25 years Logan thinks his brother Lent Tho writer of the above letter the 05 cents mentioned while a newsboy on Tho Lako Shore rail Road Many years the letter is quite a it was postmarked and was evidently written to ease a troubled new the popular Bell of will deliver one of his Best lectures in the Church of new next monday january who your Boss admission 15 Miller physicians and of have opened a Branch office in new Hamburg at George Layman either Miller or Schoonover will meet patients in this office each tuesday Between the hours of 9 and 5 Oclock leave Calls at new Hamburg Post a popular one of the most popular newspapers that comes to Greenville is the Pitts Burg during the exciting Days of the Spanish War the dispatch supplied the popular demand for late and reliable news from the and now that the momentous questions growing out of that struggle Are up for the management of the Dis Patch is fully alive to the popular Cle Mand for the latest the Dis Patch is one of the brightest aug news est papers that comes to Green to Gat hid of sheep Many lambs Are so seriously injured the Bloodthirsty sheep tick that they Are Loet without any thought of he these posts should be haunted unceasingly until the Hock is Reed from Early january is a food time to examine the ewes and free them from those which not Only draw the blood and thus weaken the but jul list much pain and a constant tormenting irritation on the it has been found a profitable operation to dip the sheep just before Winter sets in to free them from these but this May be Donje in another and easier Way by the simple method of pouring any of the common sheep or even along the Back of the sheep and guiding the liquid Down Tho sides so As to reach the any viscous liquid coming in Contact with Tho ticks will kill them by stopping their breathing which Are placed on their where there Aca but a few they May be freed from the ticks by opening the fleece and killing the insects with a Small Palf of taking care to kill the Young ticks at the same these will be found in the form of round 0cjike bodies scattered among Tho those arc the pupae of Iho ticks and should be destroyed with Tho full grown few shepherds know that those ticks Are wingless closely related to those voracious in sects which attack to Russ in the sum one of americas most a Moos physicians says scrod Ula is external so Romulous children Are often Beautiful but they Lack nerve Strong Stout Muscles and Power to resist for delicate children there is no remedy equal to Scotts emulsion of Codi Iver Oil with phosphates of ume and it fills out the skin by putting Good flesh beneath it makes the Cheeks red by making Rich it creates an appetite for food and gives the body Power enough to digest be sure you get Scotts Emul All Scott new s Watson has returned to of Grove was in town Harry Andrews has secured a position with Mcmurray was confined to his Home with Tho grip this Otto Mcmahon was the attest of his parents in Meadville this Schadle is Able to to around again after a siege with Tho january a son to Lewis Recs and Clarksville miss Florence of was the guest of miss Mia Mcneal this Mosseau has returned his studies in Tho University of Pennsyl january of Stewart aged 82 january a Daugh Ter to Harry Mck Ulcy and West january a daughter to Januies Gibson and Mercer Mccormick and love of wore in town on Busi Ness miss Ida Stuart and miss Evalyn Mil of were Tho guests of miss Jennie Moyer of was the guest of her Hickory this g Loveland and of were the guests of Bert of Clinton last the marriage of John of Stone and Clara Nee Gar of this has been Roll Campbell and sister of Are the guests of Brown and North main the misses Gertrude and Jennie of of were Tho guests of George Dorwart and Mercer this George Stephenson Lias returned to his Home in after a visit with his John and of this january at the Home of the brides by Harry Kric Bauni and Clara of Columbia has gone East to attend Tho wedding of his youngest his parents 47th anniversary will be celebrated at the same Tho misses Mabel Sara Evans and Evalu Bright will spend the Sabbath with of a member of the Lyric Roberts has rented his Corner she Nugo and Louisa to who will take Possession March Roberts will remove his family to miss Jeanotte of she has returned to her Homo after a very pleasant visit with her of and friends of Albion and torn of Lias again entered the employ of the Packard hardware of this Lucas will move his family hero and occupy a part of acres main the Alliance daily Leader of Decem Ber says of a former Greenville boy Hildebran has accepted a Posi Tion with the Willma Seavor Engineer ing of and will leave for that City Hildo Brau Camo to Alliance from six years since which time to has been in the employ of Tho Morgan Engineer ing he has a wide Circle of friends in this City who will regret that to and Hill Iobra Exro no longer to reside in that president do los of Tho new Castle base Ball club will be to elected appears to to a foregone con in the performance of his duties he has Ever been enthusiastic and displaying in periods of gloom that plucky characteristic so desirable in the chief executive of us association of Tho great National Pierce is deservedly not Only in his Home but throughout Tho interstate Cir and his reelection will Niewot with general Tele free Send your address to Bucklen and get a Freo Sample Box of Kings new life a trial will convince you of their these j pills arc easy in action and Are particularly off Octavo in Tho cure of constipation and sick for malaria mud liver troubles they have been proved they Tiro guaranteed to to perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely i they do not weaken by their but by giving tone to Tho stomach and j i owls greatly invigorate Tho regular x cents Bur sold by Shrom Kilito will make u limited season after Jan uary 1 As follows single return 50 Call on or address Melton Fredericks list of of tit jurors a Fawn Tot Tho third Mon any of 1800 Oreon Ollk in yep we Lilym John John we Lilym Ohn los West John we Lilym Lewis by inn Sandy bust John Joseph Sandy Jamoa Frank Henry Henry Sylvester Florence Joseph sugar Monroe Sandy West cutting out the elimination of wharves and reduction of grades has been going of the Pennsylvania lines until the main tracks of that railway system through out and Tho various branches extending into West now Jersey and Delaware arc about As straight As Tho Topography of Tho country will per Mit and requirements a vast amount of labor and Large sums of Money have been entailed in some instances to avoid Grade Crossings or to make Tho movement of trains As smooth As pos in doing which the Comfort of passengers was Tho first Tho annual inspection of the Pennsyl Vania system showed some wonderful improvements in this Tho All the Kussius is not so potent in his dominions us is Cleveland lung healer in Tho realm of coughs and it has Boon aptly termed Tho Monarch of the worlds so great is Tho Confidence of Tho proprietors that they sell every bottle of a positive no no your Money Back if you want Callou Blackmor Bon 104 main and a trial bottle Largo bottle 25 Fredericks sell the now Beacon incandescent Gas As Good As Tho Only 75 cents extra 20 Pittsburg Iron and wire Taylor Dean of Iron fam milk and Walro office und 2012uu205 Murkot few of our 8 cans fancy Columbia Elvor 8 cans now limn 8 Ciuch now Rod kidney 8 onus now 8 Eivins now 8 cans now 8 cans pounds fancy Oyster 8 pounds extra Hoda 8 pounds Wollod 8 1pound Baxos cleaned 8 1pound Liotos seeded pounds Nice 4 quarts Navy 10 bum so Meshino 0 bars Lenox a Bocklu and xxx new por ii Kinli per hoi Tigs Saunor per mince por Pilsbury per sack 1 to Are issuing punch cards and when you Havo had punched out to will give Yon free of charge a Nice Poco of a clock or h roasting cull and see the premiums and got a grand clearance Sale notions and Holiday goods commencing and All through this some goods less than at Cost and All other goods it special Low Black and coloured dross goods marked away Silks for shirt waists and trim mings less than dress goods on remnant table less than ladies Calico and to eco wrap pers less than now Bod comforts will to closed less than a lot of towels and handkerchiefs at silk handkerchiefs and mufflers at All other handkerchiefs sold special Low Price of table Linen and to arc making Low prices on hosiery and closing out Wool and Cotton Bla Kous fancy All Wool sacking flannels at Embro Dorios and Lacos will to closed see our Low prices on Outing muslims and Low Good Calico Ujj muslims 4 and c crash towering 5 and 0 Arbuckle and lion Coffee 10 highest Price paid for eggs and Lenox 0 burs Ivory 7 bars granulated sugar 25 25 misses and childrens having settled with our Eastern creditors at 40 cents on the and having1 rented on half of our store room to after april 1 we do not intend to carry anything but boys and youths for the next 10 or until this line is All we will Oiler our entire Stock of misses and shoes at prices you cannot hut take advantage As we give you the Benefit of this settlement on everything this we will Nam below a few of the Many bar gains you will find at this Sale 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 lace and Black to misses Luce and Black to childrens Luce and Black 75c to to infants soft Solo 50c women Felt shoes and 60o on Tho Dollar we will also Oifer All of our boys and youths Winter goods at exact while this Sale to make room for Spring remember there Are no old shop worn goods in this but everything fresh and if it is High priced goods at Low prices you arc 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 is As h you will never have another Chance to buy new and stylish goods at these prices Assignee of 2o6 main Greenvil masonic Block closing have others

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