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   Advance Argus (Newspaper) - December 22, 1887, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                u LEA MERCER Ffe DE5CEMBER t t T tnperance The temperance meeting announced for three oclock Sabbath afternoon at Opera House was recalled at a ami meeting was The house was pac 1 many were and many who did get in pelled to stand during the and stated the the brjef ially caljed to discuss a felative to the applications 1 license from this and urge ftepionr against the An aided by j at the PJiumeil of town Qf age on last Friday jtded ought wagtail enlist a Iriends in the rrahged that a ladies Mrsdfay slnnlid led the Ipusical part of the Wakefield sang as a solo the beautifuf and suggestive temperance Where is my boy the choif and congregation joining in the This the entire musical part of the program well rendered and well of the Refomied led in the opening Johnson read the scripture S was present by invitation and deliv Friday event worked ered the principal He stated that heTiad accepted invitation present upon the that permitted to stop at anrl llatr all h the He i and pay all to perance people Stated that the experience applications for in that place hss Pajstory to thepeople T He the business men of the town testify thiat their husiuess has not only not been but That the whichwere paid over the bars of Mercer during iS86 for drink have been mostly distributed among stores of the during tne necessaries of andjthat very much less particularly arriomr the young since the bars were closed He made a very stirring ap peal td the good people of Greenville to audience thatho granted in none would be granted in Altogether his speech and well calculated to induce men tb press another part of the intended sur was monstrate against license Judge Mehard a very neat compliment and assuredhisaudience that in all that goes to a good citizen and Upright he is the peer ofany one who occupied the jifet a few minutes Here was a How to keep froniliometill the propertime The wits of those laving in cliafge weVe sorely but finally it was discov ered that one o the parties in the residing had an important ilece was asked to go immediately to his home and to it 4The plan worked to a and McFate busy till near in trans acting the t In meantime all things were an i when homjS lie frJund his house s gf ntiemeh frimds of the 4 i y Jv i i town aiui three tabled spread for thpif that he was had timeto situation steady he was still lutther surprised he reached Ullud with A Coal Bank y ago Samuel solid Ralph Representative in the Legislature frArn one undivfdeo1 half InterestIn all the coal urr der his fartn with twerve acres Cannon sold of the Ift the rferhainihg half interestin the coal farm to of together with two the surface along McKees agreeing to take acres Clapps surface in lieu of the two acres stjld to also gave Header son take what additional land in fee he might desire to take at the rate of per Soon after this deal between Cannon and HendefstittjHen derson transferred an interest property to SarrfUel James Thompsoh and J of jjdving received the sgit in for the irfiis while judge Bredin upon the was appointed by the court to boundries of the and made a survey ftrf that pur Cannon for which was cpuft J jj arid deed The Embraced cleed tejnderpd was for and was not satisfactory to the owners of when life was in o and presented with an elegant oasy making the presentation responded briefly and with Ail were in vited to seats lii f 1 f 5 alter partaking of supper arfcl happy 1 anniversai if they had anymore wills Jo write on such occa sions they would send for By a little delay on the part of ihe ex and that he would rather fuse license tlian grant he can do so without dohig ii convictions as to He said were in Green temperance people themselves and not Judge He advised a thorough and con ducted canvass of the town with a view to call out all the available opposition to licenses i At the close of Millers address Johnsori fallowed in a few andhe in turp vvas by of the firm ofPackard Ap opportunity given who desired do so sign the remon considerable number camefopward at the pf the meeting and attached tlveiir naiaes tt the I i This jiieeting has efficiently givena decided impetus to tie movement in opposition to granting It was conducted as a temjberaLricfe meetipg should be without reference denomination or political was not hjmdjcapped by third party or im It moved Qn njght pf last 6f rsttvSetjSind carried off belonging to rwell asTsbme of of silye at but car fiea On Thurs day night they of McFate and carried off day suit of clothes and got oft a cotiple cf bo6ks and and papers of of P 1 not and been boughtou t his Hendersoti years ago Frank pr closed SOTE8 Anothertirm 01 the college year has 1 VerV satisfactory The not larfire as period of last has snH been up to the The machinery of college work has run more smoqyfte thaii for several have made rapid wUh a few passed credSpble They to their homes to spend and the buildings are for thOHfie almost The ProfesspfJllfter the the a v coverriyjE and hop der ort bijiks is gradually this serious indisposition able to continuei in the his duties for the college will aperron r m prevailing ing for the he ports hi Miss Siji some tinM m Bascoiiil and fBenninghoff to They nowclaiiu the rightunder the to She don nearer adds p to haven last weeH road Most Ijli sett ed in bi As a know wit know that ing worth that ers li time with ifrober are reported on the and colds the t who hasbeen liMeau is at horfle re pleased with the lethtns January who went west been heard any Sjttlian and look for her any hdff had the mhfortuhe and carriage tlamaged trttempting to travel the to Wlltihrrison before Will be asked as the rdad isrepbrt iat our frierids have afcood addi they the prem ises some two weeks ago and surveyed off some ten or eleven acres and tender ed to Cannon the money necessary to objected s the right to take of the on the owners right were concluded by thesurvey fnade by and drove the Kelvin party Oh last the searching party was arid resumed The Cannonb agam but tirne were1 overpowered off whereupon they came to jownarid made information before Esq against the them Vorcibie entry anl3 whereupon the following per sons to court and a big lawsuitirlively to Frank Bas Cbarlek James Zimnier Cyrus An latter roadfwithvj P ifortyfive t pOIl OR house and kt surrounding our Tpafces it valuable JTHe land was pur but the in his own to be at hJ3 finallv had it A Scotch Cooley cially slock psjrpoics Corner Mainand on the northsi n the per Its lepot on is which agent took and there and Last weelc Kinsman Bates cheese Flocti liead witfa that for named of business at the in of that old dispute was re and finally over the a bad but thein vtrigr brakeman thurnb of his here Glark the man was Our comes defence of System marshals arguments sibly thing dence tie popular no head pipposeci tion tHIsr The XTOTICK TO LOT The lot holders ot thi Sheiianstp tfttlpy AssoeinMon will hoia their ftnttunUfnccting lor the W election of a Hoard of on at seven it Kt A HE f 0 JOHN port Two with kitchen and good Property in Kinsman iwo u lies from ANW 20 the ttbtfce ssor put days in find triuch thd Was ot so a 215 tax pay furnish a or soirieone to devote to good of Gloryhas been ppst me owing to the illness of notice will in boys wont miss1 any Saturday Xmas ffranv Music by the Star e andoe entertained as because what ovar ready for reason Renown to and er in can be elected Orawfoirci County and are pbs we fail see any In the evi in of the he makes attsicks upon the plan far adop n 17 VEM known n is offered for for a short nnd upun terms make JOHN W d 224w TUj BBTINCJ OF NoliCB Is hereby given that the annual meeting or of tlu Greenville National Rank wilt ui the hanking tor the purpose ol elerting directors for the exiling EST SALEM INSURANCE The iecoiiil Miimml mettiiifj ol the Snlian ilntual limurnnce Company will be Mnygville Scftool on the second Uth of for the purposu of electing oftlcers for the cnmilug year ininsactlng such other buslntsa as limy legitimately conic letnre the derson Jacob jamds feress ami clothes from the the same night they residence of Vance cm Meadville and carried off his pantsarid secured a srriall of book Was left on the porch ait the resi dence of Soult near On the same night Henlein was visited but little of value if anything vvas car ried Early iivthe evening on Fri a sneaic thief Who had gained en trance into the residence of on the succeeded iri carrying of thirteen He rvas evidently a bold Onthe iarhe afternoon u scoundrel of the light carried off eral well mans one asked to a of the busi any hqrjwas any settled political 4uty in jofder to gain the grand army of There t and spt drluker bare baei Golden Sp and wh tree will i Impregnated w for tlje of these nioTa 1 ings1 ai Tjie best dead Men who houses at night off our property have no rightswhich is bound to re outlaws in the fullest sense They break into witjithefull purpose tp add murder to burglary if necessary to pre vent detectior or these and give them a warm yeceptiohjifi possibly irtliabloMet of Isabel wiriovv of the late of West Salem lied at oclock on niorninp The entertainment given by the at the Presbyterian last Thursday was agreeably diversi and with all the exercises the large audience seemed highly The meeting was opened with an appropriate prayer offered by and the The singing by the Y under the leadership of with Miss Anna McDowell at the was simply The MissesMary and Hattie Gardner ren dered Light in the in their incomparable and even sur passed As they were long and enthusiastically The Peder family was for The Model though sng under Heron uncle a ten minutes bristling with invin cible points great foe of t e Master Karl yours recited Ill be a fronl which it appears that the coming man will be a a slave of intoxicants and Veri the personal liberty folks have made a great mistake Eirls little oration who don nations should not suit thenrj thkt sible om they effect if county So far the sponcaerit the pfoiz and lar vote directly It nority ii thus all the Cvr county not r of the popular vote opposition to it mainly the towns being aptly styles the will be got out at the country and too well cannot be got towns have more pow candidates than they It must not tickets have to be are and argue that people died oclock on morning umonths and 21 a daughter of anearly settler on a tract of land through the Mead ville road tjiree miles north east of this and here was married to James Nelson in and took up residence ou the Nelson one milewest of where shewns born and hwre to reside until her a period of about 57 James her died about a quarter of a century Nelson leaves seven living chil W James and leaves 48 grand living amjdead and two great Shferwas buried at on concourse ofsuHiving relatives and friends follow ingher to the She was a mem berof the church of this place for a long series of years before her Precious in thesight Lord is the death of Meadville papers please IJnriiel limit farm In rymadininir one mile ol coiuaininK UUrlU nve houce mill excellent tooii or churd will be sold on reasonable Also the ad jolii UK farm owned by containing tliirtyeiKht ami onehalf Inquire ot 6th Two lots struoted on sixty each fronting Kagle street and ex tending On cm erectud a frame house in good late the property of Terms of mile nude known uy N 1ttf I ho annual lie Pymatunliifr Mutual VinInsurance will lie held at on January at teii oclock far the purpow of K one and for the t very ap his elocution and the audience rewarded him with heartv ap General Mead just live years of tliet set the house in a sto my by a unique rendering of The parody on Foes Miss Anna Laughry followed with a beautiful rendering of The Drtmdards in which her fine elocution would have btren creditable to a as it was to Miss Kate Burtons elocution then opened rire on license by introducing tlie remoii e againt the Griffin bouse strance Salt Rheum With its intense hot into painlul and the little watery often pauses inde Hoods Sarsaparillit has power over this It pufifjes the blopoland expels the hu tjie gjjjjj heajs without a fqt book Containing many state of to Hood Loweljj Black qre selling gopds discounf pf 15 per cent for the next and while he was circulating the Irwin made a rattling speech which must have caused some of our neutral business men to despise But as to this neutrality on there is no such There are some business men who even profess to follow yet will not re monstrate against the greatest evil and wickedness that the inventive genius of stimulated by the most unscrupu lous has ever They so refuse because it will hurt their busi ness but Christ says you cannot serve God and mammon And again Me He that gathereth not with scattered But they will not even write their names on a remon strance against the most deadly foe of Gods Kingdom on earth Then how foolish it is for them to themselves that their names are written in of npoke on temperance at the Baptist Monday to a large audience he made an interesting chemical illustration of the effect of alcohol on the not very pleasant to moderate He lectured under the auspices of the I Jamestown which is one of the most wide awake unions in the Clark has bought at public sale certain lands adjoining our depot acres on the west side of the road and south of the and twentynine acres on the east side of said road and south the and a tract of several ac enough in nomi out to the primaries if the ticket doesnt also be borne in mind which areindipen of and that witli very disastrou all sections of the been fairly advantages claimed for system in this and by our corre we think tha system presents all o them It is in itself the popu for the people vote candidate at the primar representation to the mi to the and s to have their say in Under the Crawford urality should there be six SlierirT ami voles be ui tlie whole county at the of tiitse had 500 votes and tlie sixth although vote more than half of two more than the he was the choice of those who attended Under the proposed nominated unless lie votes of election dis inajority ol the whole isiclfcsrit in the It s tliough the candidate who second or third districts to represent a Tlie total Republican vote of be much more likely ehoice than the candi foare plurality among and for whom onetwentieth of the whole had voted at the aciiuii or such other business as may legitimately conn before the the election to close prompt ly at two oclock ja OTICK TO Notice Is hereby given to the stockholders ot bo National Bauk of tlml a meeting will be held at their baoklng ottice on January be aud 4 for n purpose of electing dlreciors for the en 41 E XKCUTOKS Ksinteot Troy Notice Is hereby piveii that letters of administration on the csiatt of late of Hump ticlcl Mercer uave been grunted to of trumbult Ohio All persons having claims ordemnmls ngdinst the estate or fiiid are requested to make thorn known to Ihe undersigned without and nil pir Kons owing snld estate are requested to make imnie iltati Mett lOt liMINlSTKATOllS ot is herehy that letters of administration Die estate of late of the borough nf hnvclwen grudted to KrupB and wliose rewldencos in said All persons hiiving Claims or demands iiKainst the of the sail dcivilent are roquested to them known to the without and persons mving fnid estate are reiuieitcd 10 niaki immediate 1TCI HE Recent rail road Ixiensloiiri hiivi devel oped oxceptlonnllj fine min stock anil funning dis JIups and full upon cation to to experiment with uncer Bulls Baby Syrup at troublesome colic or lliicting the prescribe Ayers Sarsa s of and in every ic because this is saler to take and is more cent than any other It always be depended Affective blood X MONTAMi STOCK IN an txcliiHlve Brain MiimetiotR IN brittle IriiiiMformcO into tlio liiieMt HiKl Unify Nlntn in llu IttiKlN Nllll lo 1urilciiInrH to 1T17H7 IM M Uy llUl 11 BUSINESS of lailronds in a new and creates many new business opportnnlt Ing ex ulars regarding such Mjnnesotn and Dakota will appli cation tc Agtf PROSPEROU t sieuro line licvvriimciii near ciiil li oud full purtlcuU feeling your you are nervous of and want b not with s or very VOtL f uu you ina Jfaat ou alterative UL y LIver rfh Dakota never tid tKtter crops than those just Is recently adjacent to upon uppUqtiHpH to i you jpaying or running behind ou Can you Excellent several foM No unities existiVir1 and start healthy restore renewed health you will and only 50 cents iroms Drug Ing U Northern Thibntx 8C sent ITAUIIKN Agent for will address d5 It is absolutely the best known for female strengths whole can produce junous Barosma is prepared by E Ks Titusville iomp 222t   

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