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   Advance Argus (Newspaper) - January 19, 1888, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                F Ott A hoime and lit on the We IOR MERCER I haven number ot choice farms ami town lots which will bargain within the next Jt Vlease inquire of j5tt FOR The William WilllnniF In Wcsl P tour and a half miles from Oreenvll c remaining 67 is offered for silo on reasonable Appl to W Ilium Williams or in Oroenv in P IOR ABOUT THE BUCKSHOT Two acres of good on which 8 framo rtth kitchen Kxcellent orchard and good Is situated on tlw Kinsman Hrnperty u from water 20 Two lots situated on Eagle sixty feet each street nnd ex lemilne North 214 On erected a house In finod lute tin property of M Terms of nmiii iy July 1 Htr Notice is hereby that the books of the into firm of Clirt Grocers will be closed and ready for settlement on nnd aftir I Wf snme will be settled at the old in Masonif by the sivvivinj continue1 Hie Continued from After the uproar that followed the pro duction of two sets of returns in the House had somewhat subsided Thad deus Stevens arose and carried out prob ably the most audacious and unheard of proceeding ever known in a legislative He made a motion that the House proceed to elect a The motion being he put it to a vote and decided it He then appointed two and they took their places by the side of Clerk who was about to proceed with the election of a Speaker in the regular Amid the greatest con fusion the two elections were The Stevens party elected Thom as Cunningham Speaker viva Stevens declaring the Cunning ham was tscorted to the Speakers The Democrats elected William Hop kins by calling the Cunningham swore in the Stevens on a Tes tament he took from his When Hopkins was escorted toward the Spea as did the but the latter body had no Speaker and no quorum for several days after the disturbance of the and the Cunningham House of course I tTA AII Important nll From the It is known to that for some years the increasing labors of the undersigned in connection with his Western hospitals directed his thoughts and efforts towards securing one or more coworkers in these The experience of Roth lllVa J I I Committee of with a force of cit captured the arsenal and held it against the Governors In the capture of the arsenal and the subse quent chase of a number of the force that had held Baity Sowers took an emphatic but independent intro ducing the fignting tactics of the Spring The weight ot popular sentiment was entirely against the proceedings ol Thaddeus Stevens and Governor resident Van Buren having been ap pealed to for United States troops by through his Secre DecSO If TTUUM KOU The Daniel Knub farm in ryiimtnnlng one mile east ot cinlnmlng Ihiriy Hve bouse ami excellent or chard will be sold on reasonable Also tlie ao farm owned by NY containing thirlyeiizht and onehalf Inquire of Oth The following described property will be exposed to public sale by public outcry or venJUi on tbu on JASITAHY nt 1 oclock the following described real estate belonging to the estate of Keuben de All that certain piece or parcel of land situated In West Salem Mercer Ia anil bounded and described as follows On the north by lands of Carnes and Ann on the east by lands of Ibc SbenaiiKo Allegheny hailrouil Company and 1 Klsenharts on till south by lands of and mi the west by lands of Marcus llortz and Samuel Fulks heirs and con I nliiffSU more or Improvements wo fint Miirn chair Cunningham arose and an nounced that the House stood adjourned until the next The Stevens party then left the hall Hopkins took his and the Democrats organized the House in the regular Among the outsiders who had come to Harrisburg com all quarters ot the State to take in the quarrel was what Thaddeus Stevens called a gang of feiocious addicted to the lowest habits and The men thus described by Stevens were from Phila and their leader was Baity He was a Spring Garden which was the top round in the ladder of fame in rowdyism in those days Sowers originally came from Bal for that reason he was dubbed The Democratic leaders always disclaimed any knowledge of the bring ing of Sowers and his gang to Hams and the weight of evidence is that local Philadelphia with a deadly grudge against Thaddeus Ste were alone responsible s presence at the capital during the ex There is no official evidence to that but the contemporaneous testimony of men and prints points un had no The Hopkins had all the records and appurtenances of that branch of the and met but had no The Governor called out the militia and placed Patterson of Philadelphia in He placed the State ar senalin the hands of a lorce of Whigs among the sick and orphans at the In and of the stilutions in before he was called to Thiel and his special qualifications for this led to the earnest desire to secure his He was induced to visit the field two years but could not regard it his duty to again resign the position to which he was called by the without some clearer evidence ol the divine Only when thus regularly released from the presidency of Thiel would he consent to visit the Institution a sec ond with a view of ascertaining his While doing so in the Council of the English Lutheran Church at Wicker invited him to fill their nnd shortly nfter an un animous call to become their pastor was This unexpected issue in volved the reconsideration of the whole Belton is at home from the and reports good success in the barrel swing Belton is visiting the guest of John Landis visited at Fredonia and the past Reuben who was visiting at Union the guest of her returned home last We were a little soon in announcing the arrival of Miss Sue as she did not arrive until Saturday Our attention was called to the error last Sat We were was David Hamilton will call on the farmers and show them a handy set oi farmers as he is agent lor this Stenger bought a fine jyearold tary of to stud propri etor ol Wilsons where he ses sions ol the Cunningham House were finally locked his doors against and thereafter met in ihe Supreme Court Alter a week ot this which was a constant provocation tu tlme of the Cunningham Hutler and John Stur dvant ol LnzTne county and John Montelius of that body and took their seats in the 1lvnise giving that body a quorum Thaddeus Stevens read the thiee mer out of the party in a fierce article of The Senate refused to was convicted and sentenced to three months in the Bair was acquitted of embezzle ment and the prosecutor to pay the lohn Swartzand John with larceny by Alexander were convicted and sentenced to nine months in the The cases of Perry charged with conspiracy to and charged with aggravated assault and were FROM Editor Advance Argus The holiday season is past and the new year substantially Far manufacturers and capitalists with idle funds are casting about arranging plans for rounding out the newborn year in full symmetrical To what extent all these incipient designs mistakably to the ItlllllllK OU IllJl m It large twostory frame dwelling lartfc barn and PenrOSC and other out all in excellent A b rood orchard and a fiood well at each bouse and abundance f spring water lor This is a very Buckshot War the valuable situated about two miles from Green ville aucl thretIourths from The soil is naturally good and is In a hiKb state ot The buildings are very fences In good repair and everything about the properly com modious and A part of this farm is un derlaid with good block Onethird of the purchase money to be paid on the confirmation of the sale by the Court and the balance in two equal annual paj the de ferred payments to bear interest from the date of confirmation of sale and to be secured by bond and UEKMAN Administrator of Ueubeii fact that if Speaker of the killed during the mission of Baity Sowers and his Philadelphia followers would have been entirely The uproar in the House during the organization proceedings was tame com pared with the proceedings in the Sen ate soon When Thaddeus Stevens and his followers left the House after the Cunningham adjournment he went to the Senate accompan ied by Secretary of the Commonwealth The Senate had a WJhig ma the Hopkins House even alter it had a but at last the Limning ham forces and all but rhaddetis Stevens and the four Philadel phia members claiming seats under the Mitunis sent in by the Secretary ol the Commonwealth took their sents m the Hopkins House and acknowledged its The contest of Porters election was He was inau the Senile recognized the House and the revolutionary episode was at an A Senate committee to investigate the late disturbance1 ami its causes was Voluminous testimony was but there is no printed record of any report ever having been made by this Among the interesting facts that were made known by the investigation was the existence of a conspiracy among certain Democrats to blow up the rail road train carrying the militia from Philadelphia to The leader of this conspiracy was Thomas Mc member of the Legislature from Bedford Pleasanton McElwee had purchased Unable to ignore what seemed to he the leadings of after weeks of anxious an under standing was reached between the In titutions and the congregation at Wick colt this Price not Luke Reeser has returned home from a visit to friends in Btaxion comes to the fore in an ar ticle supposed to answer some imaginary wrongs done him in the We would advise Braxton to take a walk cine ot these line mornings and let the getule zephyrs blow through his hair and cool his alabaster brow lor it must have been very humiliating for him to own that the society ever prospered except under his magic power but we heartily agree with Braxton that Tyler Paine was a er to the great joy of both parties acceptance followed to the joint call then For the Roth will reside in the midst of the now placed on paper and stored away in memory will be realized cannot be de termined till the urchin year shall have taken to bed in dotage and abdicated to the oncoming The final bal ancing of accounts at the end ot the year with be in full measure with large profits with other large multitudes success and encourage ment with the third and last class a arge number will meet with failure and It is a dominant pro pensity with a myriad host of mankind to change their houses and dwelling places to oilier with the osten frend and able worker in the sible purpose jf bettering the conditions and that he was greatly No one of life and home and in acquainted with the society will doubt calculable disappointment is too often Nor has the society ever succeeded in the To no class does this more importing one to fill his pertinently apply than to the farming hear him as soon as left the Thousands of farmers have dis ciety it withered asvay and was on the posed of comfortable homes in verge ot when the valient BraxCentral and Eastern States to squat upon ton1 rushed to the and throwing a larger number of broad acres on the himself into the saved the soplains of the West to live and toil ciety from an untimely We through life deprived of almost every A Following IK the Annual Statement of tbe Pyma tnnint Mutual Fire Insurance Company for the year ending 1HS7 Cash lit hands of Premiums and assessments in course of Total aid 1SS7 congregation at Wicker perform ing all the duties of pastor on Sundays and at other but by virtue of his call from the doing a cer tain amount of service during the week for them an their interests and In the great scarcity of laborers for this difficult and responsible the arrangement made seemed the best pos and the Church will rejoice with not only in the supply of the vacancy in but also in the prospect of valuable aid and There is work enough for three laborers at Milwaukee and and we trust it will not be long before men are t cj If3 t admire courage and true but beg luxury in the domestic economy of the Kotntnfin tnpm nnrl PPO linjiaflwilrl tn which thev were aCCUS leave to decide between them and ego The truth of the matter the society never fully recovered from the dose of Braxton it received last The general opinion is that nothing short of a trip across the English Channel or an emetic would cleanse the society from the effects of the He thinks we are limited in knowledge or household to which they were accus tomed in their old This feeling of unrest will undoubtedly prevail with many so long as there is unoccupied land in this western To those who own no matter how I would emphatically be contented where you You may have heard glawing accounts of the aud par Swo arranged I But in the we Tulal liabllilUK mill of premiums and assessments re ceived iliring the year Total Paid for For Salaries of Treas Board if and For salaries of For stationery Total Amount of lossth inciirrii during the year Total amount of and assessments received since organisation of company Total amount of losses paid tram organi to Amount of Insuruncv in lorce rail road extensions have devel oped exceptionally fine min stock und farming dis Maps and full upon appli cation to MOUTAUAi Charles Penrose was There were several contested seats that but the one that attracted the most attention was that contested by Charles with James on the ground ot gross The district was in The Senate Chamber was packed with The action of Speaker Pen rose in admitting Hanna to his seat called forth violent speeches from sev I era and the con having obtained the privilege of made a harangue that aroused the crowds in the galleries that were friendly to him and shouts ot kill Stevens Kill Penrose Kill Bur rows drowned the gavel of the Spea ker and the cries for Stevens and Burrows stood by a window near the Speakers Penrose finally left the chair and joined According to the testimony of George Hal ol Cumberland county the candles had been lighted in the being late i i the From the outside and Penrose could be seen where they Hall was in the where he saw Editor of the Harrisburg Iron a radical Democratic talking with three or four roughlooning He heard one of them say Anything less than death is too good for Penrose and LWU i for the laying of a mine under the rail road to be sprung as the tram con taining the soldiers was I he of the Lord for these are thankful for the aid in and fervently pray God for additional Providence Dr Roth ex we could see wherein a literary society ticularly of central its unlim hinders school Hear him A ued capacity in production and inex inaM cant chop and saw at the same haustible short and mild Strange isnt it Neither can a climate unsurpassed for a scholar recite a lesson in grammar and which I would say the whole truth has arithmetic at the same Does never been There is always Braxton mean to convey the idea that some occasionally a good year for because a scholar has taken grammar he all Those years are the excep cant successfully have any other When an athlete decides to I enter a contest he does not confine I FIUVIUC111C lUllLlllt besin his ministry Wicker STOCK an grain country i bvlnir rapidly iMfttruiwl into Hie liiifN Mlock mid dairy Male in tin Ill Ion itirait laudN NIIII conven ient lo 1iullculnrn application HEW BUSINESS builiing f railroads in a new and fertile countr creates many new affording ex cellent business opportunitiesPartic ulars regarding such opportunities in Minnesota and Dakota will be sent upon appli cation to Minn The fellows were armed with dirks and Cox also had a club Hall had been standing on a stepladder near the Senate chamber While he stood looking at the men the noise of a great fracas was heard in the and Hall ran to get his place ladder Editor Cox and the man nith him ran to see what the fuss nd they got a position near The ommotion in the Senate had been aused by the inflammatory speech made y the contestant of Hannas The crowd had broken through he bar of the Senate and was making toward Bur ofe deadly scheme was Me Elwee admitted the truth ot Pleas antons The position taken by the Democrats in the Buckshot name arising from the fact that the muskets of the malitia were loaded with buckshot was greatly strengthened by over whose case the session of the Sen ate had been broken up in so threatening a manner on the 4th of es tablishing his right to the seat that Dad been given to aud being admit ted to it on the report of a committee the majority of whose members were Whigs Thaddeus Stevens refused to recog nize the legal status of the House ot and in a letter to constituents virtually resigned as a mem A special session was called to meet and Stevens took his Representative McElwee raised the point that Stevens was not a mem ber of the This point was sus Stevens was refused his and Speaker Hopkins issued a call for a new Stevens was and at the next session had the satisfac tion of voting for the expulsion of his from the House Park on the second Sunday in Struck by a The many Mercer friends and relatives of Miss Bertha Zahniser will be pained to learn of the following terrible acci which occurred near her Wednesday The The correct with the exact truth inseparably connected with is that the halfcrop years largely predomi himself to exercising one arm or one I kinds of domestic grasses have been and all have So far as known and experimented it is an impossibility to get a permanent pasture with any known variety of tame There are hundreds of farms containing he highway to I one hundred and sixty acres that have One point in our article has evidently been under the plow for fifteen years Braxtons which continue to yield apparently as the Friday afternoon exercises instead of well as when first bioken The time regular literary on Saturday will come when this abuse of the soil VW w but every member of his body is trained for the Just so with the Ii he would succeed he must improve every opportunity that presents A literary instead of hin dering school is another step in This plan was advocated at a recent meeting of the and in the words of others Braxton thems me Has he discarded the or was it merely to reconcile the Friday afternoon enemy l 1 grossly insulting a fellowmember while PROSPEROUS North Daliota never had better crops than i those just opportunities to secure line ficvormncnt lands recently near excellent coal fields and adjacent to Maps full upon application to C Are paying heavy or running behind you mova to new location whic will increase in valne several fold in five No other such opportunities Full particulars upon application to Gen FAILURE OF CROPS is an unknow experience in Central an Dakota and Min Maps and full particu Tars regarding sent Addres Pass Paul WHY The Cannon foal Hank Case The Cannon Coal Bank case at Mercer last week resulted in the conviction oi the parties who went upon Cannons premises to open the new ble entry and Detainer was the charge and it was Of course the result of this criminal proceeding will not necessarily affect the civil suit which is to in which the question of title telegram dated at January says Miss Bertha daughter of of this nnd Frank of were struck by the Youghiogheny express at Monahan near this evening and received injuries which may prove Mullen was driving Miss Zah niser to her and when nearing the crossing the horses took fright at the train and dashed across the The striding the threw it and its occupants more than a hundred The horses received not a Mullen and Miss Zahniser were picked up Miss Zahnisers ear is literally crushed off and a hole is pierced in her besides several scalp and her physicians fear she is injured Mullens injuries are a fearfully cut a fracture of the Forci1 arm and several slight It is also thought that he is hurt Miss Zahniser is aged about twenty years and Mullen about The couple are engaged and were to have been married durinsr the early to no literary adherent or was it just a slip of the tongue The above is why wa gave Braxtoii the name ot Big and as he as for because we need a chief to civilize People differ in small as as large we never heard of any of the in the absence of a sauce offering his hand to take but this may be the proper thing in other And as to the society being of Can a person be out of danger and still be compelled to inhale poison Compared With the great liraxtou I confess I am but a diminutive Such abstruse such wondrous When I It cuts to the I would hardly be guilty of Krom debasing aughter of formerly f this occurred from the resi ence of her on Monday at 3 Miss Zahn ser was fatally injured in the railway ccident at MARRIAGE J James Margaret way with angry threats Stevens and While the i of nd surveyed j spring iSSitag So the Seer fTom off by Bascom and Benninghoff will be We are sorry to learn that Miss Zah and tapping two of the men We have not learned definitely njser died on Saturday Her re were with Cox on the ex1 Qn wiat KrourKi the criminal case mains were brought to Mercer for burial d Penrose and have I was decided against Bascom et butj on Burrows have escaped bya back window presume that it was upon the general Cox and his companions hurried theory that a man m ay not forcibly take They ran to the through which DOSSession of that to which he has a le1 possession to surren Is it IiiHtlnct or Reason The late James Wallace was the owner of a large Irish setter Dur ing the doctors illness the dog seemet was Jumping out of the window as j jer it We presume that Bas1 to miss and in a few days appeared his rough companions and Hall 8ot com and Benninghoff will now proceed to realize that he was sick in bed u with against Cannon by writ of ejectment or He came into the hall and lai back to the to test their right to take ad ditional surface from the Cannon farm and editor of the Carlisle of another who is not iw 11 MT on i I it they started in pursuit of the provisions of the Henderson always taking the same po It was afterward learned Pruv S1U nn of the he WOHK FOn or on sma salary Why continue working on a worn out farm t Why try to secure a living from sucb highpriced or heavilymort gaged farms t Why work on rented land Why not start for yourself Why not secure at once some of the lowpriced but very fertile and well located lands adjacent to railroads now to he obtained by those go ing to Northern Dakota and where you can make a larger net profit per acre than on the highpriced or wornout land you now occupy I Why not go and look the situation and see for A or at least obtain further which will be sent if you will address J WABKKN dlG Senate wed have had Then three It was that one of the three men with Cox was Baity and it was supposed the editor was with him to point out to him Stevens and the On the morning of the Cunning down at the foot of the lookin When put out he returned at ever The funeral of Miss Bertha will yet the majority of farmers here propose to plow and crop their lands right along to an indefinite The soil requires It will not always submit to being jaded with the plow and give in return a flattering It will in the end refuse to yield at and the tiller with his plow will be driven to the 1 have heard it frequently said by Kansas Corn is King Evidently they did not come from Any man with a thimble full ot brains and common sense knows that grass is Upon the final solution of this problem depends the future agricultural prosperity of central and western Some writers claim that Alfalfa has proved to be iron clad against severe drouth and makes an excellent pasture The condemn it as being too coarse and not forming a compact Absolutely it is nothing but a weed looks like an ungainly weed and prows like a In ponder well in mind the greater advantages to be derived and enjoyed in a land where sparkling rills and brooks abound where perennial periumed with red and white impart their Iragrant perfume where the diligent honey bee luxuriates and gathers in bountiful store delicious sweets with which to lubricate your This letter is already too With the permission of the will hwe something on large and small fruits at another The The Canal Bed proposed reorganization of the OhS ounced for the fifth of this has Wm F Castle been Carrie May Marie De Marko f Howard j ohio River Lake Erie Railway and the shenango Allegheny an Uhio nounced for the hi who repre sents the New York Reed today that he was sick and confined to his bed and that the reorgan ization must necessarly be postponed until his The surveyors who are over the canal bed road came up and got off this morning at Conneautville and resumed the survey from that point to wards They are taking out some curves in the It is confidently beleived that this road will be built through to Girard this The plan article of agreement in order to enable them to mine the coal under the On the day of the he walked about uneasily until the proces There is no dispute as to the ownership sion when he came from the di rection of the Park along the line of car ham Speaker of the Stevens House of I but denies the right ot any one to rase i riages until he passed the house did not deem it safe to Of tne surface of his farm without his retraced his steps until he reach conseiu take the and he deputed Henry a Philadelphia to act in his Spackman attempt ed to take the but he was ejected from the and the Cunningham body met in room 40 in Wilsons The Governor recognized it as the legal Bulls Cough Syrup ed the under which he took a posi tion and walked to the Since We are astonished at parties who inthe funeral he moves about disconso troduce new remedies for coughs when seeming to realize that his master they should know the people will have I has never to Castle Butler Emma f Creek French Crktp Lawrence f COURT TRIALS Marie de Marko Tusio and Antonio i P of were acquitted of the seems to be to run from Guard to Erie charge of by the and at on the Nickle Plate Liber y once took out a license and were married street and run north down Cascade to by Squire oi the bay for dock was also acquitted of the iame charee Curious typographical errors and ver Frank Bascom and the nine others bal combinations often occur even m who were with him were convicted of church The New YorK forcible entry and but sentence man of last week reports lat wUhheld till the second Monday of FebThomass church Mary and ruary The prosecutor was Samuel the fa at of West and the difficulty once to be reshmgled and re grew out of a dispute about the and bids are hand fhip of the coal on his I cost will be some Nathan arrested for that at   

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