Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania 4 Mar 1899
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News, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1899, Greenville, Pennsylvania
R Tot Saf Mattott baking powder absolutely pure Light or Gas Lake will Havola License this new Oatle Council has passed a curfew a want cad classified Kennedy was this week appointed postmaster at Grove at the opera House Friday Aud saturday and 80 of Clarks has been granted a pension of per recruiting office for All branches of the regular army has been opened in new Advance Argus moved into their new Toj the this of has Tweett appointed receiver of the Glear Field National vice Hay of Grove has introduced a Bill in the legis lature asking for an appropriation of for the Buhl of freight wreck occurred on the at the main Street crossing last several cars were de delaying traffic for a Short one capitalists have formed a company to manufacture seamless tub ing in opposition to the steel tube their Mill is to be located at Beaver now with of this has purchased the general merchandise store of in new and will take pos session april Niles Man has been fined and sentenced to 80 Days in jail for slapping wife because she would not join the presbyterian a queer Way they live of converting people in that Ham a meeting of Tho Bessemer club last monday it was decided to the organize Tho a committee was to select suitable quarters for suite of rooms for the and instructed to report next tuesday even an Exchange fires this hot shot at the newspaper Borrower when your wants to borrow your paper him if he didst Tell the editor of that paper when he stopped it that lie had More papers now than to could every woman Magazine contains Nevico on How to choose a husband on moral and physical 4iiid every girl who is engaged to the Man who asked her believes she followed the advice to the constables fee Bill has been by under the pro visions of Tho Bill constables Are allowed for making returns to Tho court of t Aud for attending Ward am Borough a Man is poor Aud Owci Little Bill hero and there is no reason to should to considered dishonest the who is earning Money aug not occupy aug Tho front seats Aud All Tho promo Lieut is Tho genuine second trial of Joseph Edwards indicted on Tho charge of murder in tin second degree for Tho killing of at this place last Wil begin at Warren on March i the Case was heard at the last term o court and the jury returned a verdict o but a new trial granted Edwards Hubbard enter average merchant will get angry it1 Yon Tell hint Yon dont believe therr any Good reasons Why people shout a patronize in preference to his com thus to will Pou out to fill a but it rarely occurs t the average merchant to give the Public those reasons in his h seem to realize that such is the Best sort of Only sort o advertising that is real press and Little while we read or the discovery of the Sti Giest Umu or the Laziest of but according t a Exchange the meanest Man a really been found at he sold i a on half interest in a cow insisted it Tho front half calmly appropriating All the while he Force the Soninlaw to feed Aud water the pow twice a lao recently hooked the old maa and be i now suing the Soninlaw for Hunt writing Bryant is said to have written than Topsis in a do foe is sold to have White to Rob Nscott Crusoe in six Thompson required three years of Ime to revise and finish the Clark required sixteen a cars to prepare the concordance to shakes Swift employed the Odd hours of Over to years la work upon the talc o a a Lawthorne spent six months to n year to the composition of each of his spent the Leisure hours of it Early four years in the preparation of the first two cantos of Childe har Dickens says in the introduction to David Copperfield that he spent two years in the composition of that Emorson is reported often to have spent from six months to a year in the composition of one or two Short from first to consumed four years of tolerably steady labor i the preparation of the Faerie Hume spent fifteen years in collect no materials and writing his his Ory of and two More years n revising and correcting Healing lion sob in stoves Are not used to any extent by native in building their houses they Lay Down a system of flues where the floor is to these flues begin at a which is usually placed in an outer shed or connecting closed from this fireplace Tho flues extend in a More or less curved like the ribs of a round to a Trench at the rear of the which in turn opens into a which is usually placed same distance from the Flat Flag stones Are then placed carefully Over these and the whole is cemented Over and finally covered with the thick Oil paper for which the country is this paper keeps smoke from entering the and a Little Straw or used in the fireplace for cooking the serves to heat the Stone floor and gives an agreeable warmth which lasts till the time of the next two heating Dally serve to give the people a warm upon which they sit in the Day time and sleep at by leaving their shoes at the the inmates preserve the paper which from constant polishing takes on a Rich Brown Huil seen him i am troubled greatly by said the possibly i ought to preach at suggested the pastor quietly but nevertheless has your wife kept up her music since Slie was married has kept on playing the our latest improvement in three times present save Borough Greenville Gas you need atty lace Erat Ains this Spring if you cant afford to miss seeing our Stock Keck anaemic girls need a fatty food to enrich their give color their Cheeks and restore their Ujj health and u Safe to say that they nearly All reject fat with their cod liver Oil with hypo phosphates of limes soda is exactly what they require go it not Only gives them the portent element cod liver Oil in a palatable and easily di1 bested but also the hypo phosphates which Are so Valuja ble in nervous disorders that usually accompany anaemia Scotts emulsion is a j fatty food that is More easily digested than any other form 1 of a certain amount of flesh is necessary for j you can get it in this we have known per sons to gain a s Day while taking Scott new Mien has secured it situation in mashers was in now Lastlo on justness George London was in Jamestown on business Lewis Day has secured a situation in con ways miss Anna Ealston spent sunday Wiki Pittsburg miss Grace Beatty is Tho guest of Mercer friends at of Union was it town on business miss Nell of spent tuesday with miss Alice of was ill town on business of was the guest of friends in Liis place miss Clara Gilbert has returned from a visit with friends in february a Daugh Ter to and James Sheakley and family have taken apartments in Tho miss Mabel of is the guest of Klu Ziph and miss Alice Schadt is in Cleveland in the interest of Tho Spring millinery will of Youngst Owsij spent sunday with relatives in this of Republic Cru candidate for clerk of was in town miss Mary of spent sunday with the misses of this of was the guest of his this Fred Mccoy and of Are the guests of relatives in this miss Pearl of was the guest of her the misses Rei this of re publican candidate for was in town and Achre have is sued invitations for a party tuesday March Van of Cleve land is the guest of her Hani Iii Aud of was Tho guest of his this Gibson has received an appointment of trustee of the cottage state Hospital in miss Belle Chase of Allegheny spent sunday with her pare Tsiu j Lewis of has been visiting dior miss Mary and friends this miss Alice of Grove was the guest Oil her main this Siplo and were Tho guests of friends in Youngst Wii Over Achre and wife will return to next where they expect to make their future Emery and wife of coup East were the guests of Hamilton and family of Eugle Over Muckroy and miss Anna of were the guests of of this this of the fifteenth has returned from and is he guest of friends in this place at Frank Garbor has gone to where who will be Tho guest of Sam hum and of this miss Rose Reimold Aud Bertha Rotor cd Home after a three weeks visit with relatives and friends in Grove Lowd ii attended u Mout aug of Tho National superintendents of the United states in last returning Homo Irwin of this and miss Rosettie of were married on Tho evening of March 1 at his residence by february at the residence of Columbia Fred Dor of to miss Libbie of West Mercer february at the Home of Lindsey in West Salem by Frank of and miss Margaret of sheriff commissioner Loveland and commissioners clerk Warren of stopped in town a few hours last Satur Day Oil their Way to Sharon to attend the funeral of Aud Johnson attended Tho funeral of their Allie this week at it will probably be remembered by Many of our readers that Taylor is the lady whose husband met a tragic death at Pittsburg about 5 years Suiro Williams yesterday performed Tho ceremony uniting in Matrimony Henry Seabury and Mary the Groom is a sprightly lad of 79 sum while the Bride is on the Shady Side of 07 both have been mar ried before and Are Sharon Sharon Pittsburg so Nitsch misery Ruffld so timey deaths have been caused by the that every one should know what a wonderful Rem Edy for this malady is found in Kings new that distress ing stubborn cough that inflames your robs Yon of weakens your system Aud paves the Way for consumption is quickly stopped by this matchless if you have chills and pain in the Back of the soreness la Bones and sore Throat Aud that cough that grips your Throat like a you need Kings now discovery to pure your and prevent put Timonia or Price 50 cents and Money Back if not a trial bottle free at shroud be drug commercial everything commercial Trade satisfaction Send of he h juju of i 11 in if Oil com paid 10 itonilsotiw11 Tiff Crint of Fric mls Al two More the lowest prices in Greenville closing out Holiday Silver to do not wish to hold these goods Over and have marked them Down to actual if you want now is the time to got your inspection jeweler dry goods and a lot of surplus Stock for less than dross goods on remnant half regular remnants of Plain and fancy Silks for half now lot of fancy Stripe Silks for waists sold Black nud coloured near silk for a lot of indies and childrens Wool and Cotton Worth 00 and 75 for to and 40 ladies fleece and Calico Worth and for 75 Cotton blankets will to sold at bed Worth nud for 05 and ladies Muslin underwear will to sold ladies and childrens Wool Hose at outs heavy Cotton Hose 4 pairs for 25 gents Good Cotton Hose 5 pairs for 25 ladies Good Black Hoso b pairs for 25 closing out a lot of childrens Black Worth 10 for b childrens extra Good Black Hoso reduced to 10 a lot of Percale Aud Worth 12 for 8 remnants of Percale and lawns for half fancy All Wool shrunk Worth 50 couts for 83 to have our new embroideries and remnants of embroideries and half Wool Fascinator and hoods at Low prices on Outing closing out lace and sushi curtains Sec our Price on wide shooting to arc making Tho Low prices of table linens and Good and 4 cts Good and 5 ots Good and 5 Eta soiled Cost Lenox bars 25 ots Ivory bars 35 Eta granulated ote Arbuckle and lion cts we pay the highest Price for eggs Anil j the thing for Spring is the popular use of a Spring Medicine is founded on with the coming of the Spring season comes a dragged out condition and u general lassitude summed up in the familiar phrase that tired from the Gross effects of the fatty foods of there is no Medicine equal to Ayers it not Only cleanses the but revitalizes it puts a Spring into the step and a sparkle into the Eye that be Token it restores the lost induces refreshing reduces the liability to disease by neutralizing the conditions essential to the development of disease As a Spring Medicine during Tho months of and i know of no other preparation that can begin to compare with ayes h is Tho Leader of 11 i cannot speak too highly in Praise of Ayers from i can recommend it Ai the Best Spring Isaac i have used Ayers Sarsaparilla in my family for years and highly recommend a Spring it has no Jilley Ayers Sarsaparilla has been a household companion in our family for i take it beginning in it tones up my gives mean excellent and makes me sleep like u As n blood has no Superior in my Ayers Sarsaparilla is without an equal As a mood purifier and Spring an4 cannot have Praise i have watched its effects in chronic where other treatment was of no and have been astonished at the no other blood Medicine that 1 have Ever and i have tried them is so thorough in its an4 effects 90 Many permanent cures As Ayers
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