Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania 11 Mar 1899
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News, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1899, Greenville, Pennsylvania
Mahdi Royal baking powder absolutely pure i tatter near Albert Allison Oreen Villo Gas Blackmon tablet1 Miller changes for advertisements must Besent in wot later than thursday noon to insure prompt sell our stationery and Wall paper will sell half interest to Good Man if taken purchaser to Call on Blackmor a want adv in our classified that is Good enough for Paris should be Good enough for Best form of House lease on the Market for Sale at the news that is Good enough for new York should be Good enough for Are not the Only Job printers in but can do Nice work and will please try the news the next night and every night service is proposed by the Gas company instead dark hour Greenville Kelly purchased a House and lot on South second West Farnill this consider Post office has been established in Mercer county at Leesburg named with Mckarney Sis tickets were sold in this place for Fredonia monday on of the organization of a new Lodge of the in that a special train brought the party late clerk in Black Mou beatles drug has Pur chased the City news depot from taking Possession the news Best of Suc Cess in his new Meadville special says that democratic in the Erie Crawford has been by his Republican that he will proceed no further in his contest for Gastons Lake Shore is re surveying a line Ashtabula Trumbull the idea is to avoid the curves and make it too expensive to haul Coal Ore Over the present line of Tho Jamestown and Franklin Sharpsville Furnace resumed on the blast being put on at As fierce is Tho and As May of the old employees As possible could to secured have been the having been thoroughly promises to make a Good Pittsburg sunday Leader pub Lishes a statement that my will be a candidate for state next the Eagle is not to speak for the on latest but the last time he was Home he said that to had no desire for the the statement is probably a newspaper now in the Artie regions prosecuting a new search for the will in Tho March number of my lures the plan on which he conducting what he aptly Falls his Campaign Aud explain Tho of his Strong Hope of its ending in securing to himself and Tho United states the glory of discovering the the article will be largely from photographs taken by the author Dollar performance at popular prices is the announcement made by miss Courtenay Morgan and her com who come to Tho opera House on and during the when anyone reads the list of plays presented by this for Many of which a High Royalty is their statement of a Dollar show at pop ular prices is no doubt ladies admitted free with paid 30 cent ticket opening Bill was introduced into the state Senate last week to regulate the Sale of the measure provides that any corporation or or any social or similar organization shall not sell liquor without a notice of application for a License fee is to Boas follows jul cities of the first and second classes in cities of the third class in boroughs and in the officers of such organizations Selling liquor without a License Are liable to pay a Fine of not less than or More Tau or undergo of not less than three Mouths an4 More wow what clue think of Tho new we Meh Street councilman can in of the Borough of offered a Resolution at a meeting of the Council on the 17th providing for the abolition of All electric lights in the Public streets of that and the substitution there fore of Welsbach Gas or other burners of equal illuminating Power water and Gas very Little electric lighting is used in the streets of Continental incandescent Gas methods Are largely in for there Are incandescent Gas the arc Light being found Only in such places As the boulevards and Largo Public Economy and increased effectiveness Are the grounds Given for the novem Ber the cities which Are today really Well lighted Are Many of the towns of North Germany and to a less degree those by limiting the use of electricity and developing with have found the solution of the economic and satisfactory lighting if we wish to seek for lessons and examples it is to those cities we must Paris is ahead of Buda Glasgow Aud most English cities in being november i am now lighting Twenty fourth and Twenty fifth streets with Wal Sachs from the new station of the Pennsyl Vania Railroad at the foot of Twenty third Street to fifth with this because i Tho increased cab traffic on those which i have recently requires the Best pos sible i was very much surprised during a recent visit to Paris to discover that Tho Welsbach had superseded electricity on All the grand ave especially is this so on the champs commis of Public new Charloe Stenburg says it is saving Money in consequence of having put Welsbach mantles in the Street Aud the amount saved is figured up As per to inc Tiou the increase in the this result is largely due to recent improvements in the mantles and in the the experience of North Berlin and West where Gas is supplied by the Imperial Continental Gas where for some time the whole of the Public lamps have been fitted with Wels that therein no More to pay for the better lighting with incandescent mantles than for the former Light ing with lit it is not contended that one Welsbach Light would furnish As much illumination to the Square foot As an electric arc but what is claimed for the Wels Bach system is that the illumination is better More lamps being and All parts of the streets being better lighted at less Cost than with the electric Greenvill Gas for the is baby too than j i if there must be some trouble with its Well i babies Are plump Only the e i the food is All right chil1 1 Didies Are pump my me f sick Are Are you sure j Dren cant help but grow i they must grow if their food nourishes perhaps a i mistake was made in the j i past and As a result the Dii f Gest Ion is if that i is dont give the baby i a lot of Medicine just use i your everyday common i sense and help nature a and the Way to do i it is to add half a j Ful of Scotts to the baby food three or four times a the gain will begin the very first Day you give it seems to Correct the digestion and gets the baby started right if the baby is Nurs ing but does not then the Mother should take the it will have a Good effect both upon the Mother and five years proves this Scott new Hwy in rain is confined to the House by Roberts and family have moved to miss Grace Jennings spent sunday with friends in miss Marian Law is visiting in Pitts Burg a few Days this James of is the guest of Billig Aud family at Burns was Tho guest of friends in Milledgeville Over miss Queen Kidd is Tho guest of friends in new York City at miss Fay of was the guest of miss Margaret a Nett this of Republican candidate for was in town miss Juvia of was the guest of miss Eva Moyer last miss Mary of connant is visiting her miss Harriet at John of Tho Public is lying ill with typhoid of was the guest of her Harry this of was in town on business thursday and made the news office a pleasant of Republican candidate for clerk of was in town on business last of Wilmington town Republican candidate for county was in town last Satur John of re turned Home wednesday after a Short visit with her parents in this John Gaiser and of has purchased the Lynn property on South Irvine and will become a citizen of Sharon about april his residence on Plum Street by on March Oliver Seiple and miss Mary both of the Vicinity of John Derr and of former residents of this have decided to Aud will occupy a part of Beachler Ngsi Dunco on Mercer Street after april of a former resident of this died in Philadelphia wednesday de ceased was 74 years of ago Aud loft a Fortune estimated at Koo Uco Aud sister and miss Sara of were the guests of Campbell Aud family Koounce leaves for Alaska next where to goes As a missionary for the presbyterian de Pearce has sold his interest in the Pearce Woolen Mill to his Tho change to take effect april Pearce will return to his old Home in Junction where he intends to reside to will go into business for himself in that of late adjutant of the fifteenth was in town a Fow Days this Tho guest of Stewart has made application for a similar position in the United states with Good prospects of securing Tho City Alfred widow of Tho late presiding elder of Tho Erio District of Tho Erie Confer once of Tho methodist episcopal died at her Homo in Erie on in her she leaves a family of five sons Aud two and Wheeler formerly resided in this and will to remembered by our older since Tho death of Thomas Lowry last Tho Fountain inn has been without a although Lias had almost 100 but he has finally scoured Ono that is hoped will fill All the wednes Marci Charles formerly of but whose Homo is in arrived Here Aud assumed the Tho new Dork made Many friends during his forum stay in this Castle courant Achre and wife entertained a Largo number of in a social Man Ner at their Home on Shenango last tuesday the House was brilliantly lighted Aud Cerise was the prevailing color in the dining following were present and mesdames me Heil till her James John John to of harpy Dean we Tho guest of her parents in Cambridge this Billig spent Friday with her of Espy miss Florence who had her Arm broken last is improving of Roub Lieut candidate for was in town of is the guest of his Kreps at Charles Pierce and wife and miss Matio Pierce attended Tho funeral of miss Jean new retiring Borough Secretary and Lias just closed a very Secco soul term of five years serv during this Timo Keck has had charge of Tho Legal affairs of Tho and has not missed a single mooting of Council during his term of his record for together with his Success in running Tho affairs of Tho Borough during Tho past five reflects much credit on and his services Are much appreciated by our 1 Diiro for take six to 10 according to and chop put in a Largo spider Over a hot fire then add about the same Quantity of Rye meal and vinegar enough to make a thick in Tho meanwhile stir it letting it simmer 5 or 10 thou put it in a Cotton bag Large enough to cover Tho lungs Aud apply it to Tho Chest As hot As Tho Pat out can when this gets Cool apply Aud thus continue by reheating Tho Aud in a few hours Tho patient will be out of this simple remedy has never failed in tins too often fatal usually three or four applications will to Sufall but continue always until perspiration starts freely from Tho this says Tho now eng land was formulated Many years ago by one of the Best physicians now England has Ever who never lost patient by this and won his renown by saving persons by simple remedies after the Best medical Talent had pronounced their cases personally to know of three persons who were saved by the remedy last Winter in after their physicians had Given them up to die and if a rec Ord was made of All similar cases during the last 0 years it would fill a Good sized Tho preacher Are to be believed the publisher of a country paper has a lot of treasure Laid up whore Moth nor rust doth corrupt nor thieves break through and says Tho observing editor of Tho Corry not that Tho preachers say so but they pro sent Tho strongest kind of circumstantial evidence that Tho Coin is there to our to sit and listen to their Laudat ions of the Good Man lying dead in his Corhn covered with and hear Tho Good minister grave where is thy Victory where is thy sting then Tho choir Safe in the arms of Thon to learn that everything Tho deceased had is in his wife Mimo and Lioy wont pay the i years Buck subscription for Tho paper that All members of the family have had and it sometimes Hap pens that Tho Man Tho preacher and choir carry on Tho wings of Eulogy and songs to Tho company of the heavenly hosts is one of those men who never subscribed for the ii for it has been going into his family for 1 or 5 and there Aro Many often times when Tho preacher so triumphantly cries where is thy Victory whore is thy Sling a Small voice in Tho pinched and impoverished country Edi tors heart sir Drent f i Imp Tom Fohrd 1 the above is the name 6f a new song i issued on the following incident t Tho i when chaplain of a Largo while passing through the Hospital Ward was called to Tho bedside of a dying the last words of the unfortunate youth were i see that you do not know but you know to Well Aud my i will die i pre pared his souls exit into eternity and whilst his hands were clasped in his last request was made in my dying moment Promise to what i will 1 Here gave him my word to then revealed his parentage who thought him now give to your word Candy cathartic who Ruhr Kenth Tolvo of Trio Lumlung fire in also notary office next door to a trial will babies pictures a expert operator in booms pair Gapch gallery at Grove mint Yon will solid Tny body a pfc dont Tell them where you Foroud i sent the body Homo to another but they never knew where 1 found tin Gulf tuft Muto purim Shenr 82 will Seairl the Tib ovo song to any address for 20 cents in Silver or Rogn Lii Price 60 make a mistake if Yon dont see on Lino of carpets nud int Titis be fore buying Keek if household Thomas eco citric heals wounds of any sort cures sore it never v to the having purchased Tho interest of of Tho firm of Keck i desire in behalf of Tho old firm to thank Tho Public for Tho very Liberal patronage to Irno received from them in the and also to say that i have a very Desir Able Lino of Spring footwear now on Tho Way which i will to Able to sell at prices to suit and want you All to Call and look Over our Lino before making your Spring no trouble to show you the hoping to receive a reasonable share of your patronage in Tho i yours Allison successor to Keck our terms will be strictly Send us no Nancy Jenl your Chi Klim i Hind i nil the address Keck is still giving Low prices on All kinds of dry goods and we have just received our new shirt our Cut prices will close them out this week and next our special Cut Price is on table sheeting and Calico 4 we have our new Percale and we arc still giving Cut prices on hosiery and underwear Worth 50 cents for 25 mens Fine Worth for mens work Worth for new lot embroideries will to sold Walkord Best family Lenox 1 bars for Ivory 7 burs for special on now Laeo Fino drum diluted to have the finn Bibb carpet highest Philoe pair1 for Liggs and now for the Spring House Ever helpful to the Thrifty housewife is this big House furnishing store of did you Ever get window shades cheaper than our and up Largo assortment Aud All heres a partial list of needful a Chili to i it 10 to 1yalliit Iniel i to Curi i Ljuko 5 to Hundy How mop a juror tfx hot or Musij 10 hum of Ifni Oil Panthe my tend Ull a lulled Largo Aulbort Jaunt to choose Matt in a to a Terry lhrke8t assortment in Mercer Tho Roll or Cash Tabler 160 main 5ooo Yards ribbon at 12c a Bolt now is Trio time to Purchase your Spring ribbons before Trio present Stock in As Thoro is an to have now More ribbons in Stock than Ovir in All Tho Staple shades for Spring your engine Vure mid tin As All of our Stock will to sold at old regardless of Trio As Long us 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