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   Advance Argus (Newspaper) - January 26, 1888, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                3R v y 30 wlthln the FOR fnrm InWe8t Salem om oontatulng 57 i ir wA i8 ou Apply William Williams or In Jan TOR D mime UUUBC orchard and good n ls H Kinsman rSad two Uiltes from Apply to INN MoCC 20 10H ding North 284 Varnev On is erected a frame h ot ol tiale made known by WMl July 187 Main FINISHED ITS The CongreMlonal Conference Concluded and Everybody IFrom New Castle The second session of the Committees of Conference to devise a more satisfac tory method of making nominations for the Congressional District was held at Bower Janu ary and conclusions arrived at that were satisfactory to every member of the The four counties were represented by the following gentlemen l MansfieldM M rp Notice Is hereby given that the hooks of W ba on after The the old in Masonic IARM FOR RL farm ne milo east of containing thirty ve house and excellent or ichard will be sold on reasonable Also the ad SiSB Jy P M containing and onehalf Inquire ot 6th Account of Estate LawrenceJohn Hiram v r was in the chair and E Phillips The minutes of the last meeting were read and Mr Lowry moved to reconsider the resolution passed at the last meeting fixing the number of delgates for each county at and amend it so as to hx the number at Sword moved to amend by saying The amendment was discussed some length and finally 1 he question being on the motion to amend to after considerable discus it was carried a vote of 10 to 2 Mecklen offered as a plan for electing delegates to the Congressional Convention a resolution which after dis cussion was amended so as to read as follows at In the Orphans Court of T i f Mercer 16 John of January 188Son motion the Court i Hl 8heRkley to distribute the balance In the account among the heirs of Bf TUB uereby 8lven thnt wl attenl W the du ties of the above at the offlce of Judge dJt Mereer Fri the JOth day of at 10 o clock at which time and place all parties Interested attend If they P UDITOllS In the Orphans Court of Mercer 8 of Account of Estate of Michael January f And January on motion Court ap to distribute the bal ance In this account among the To all persons interested Take attend to the duties of my above ai my In the borough of on Feb ruary at 8 oclock at which time and place al parties in interest may attend with their It they think KUDBR J26 3t m WflOM IT MAY will be held Third Street m the city of on the 10th J one thousand elKht hundred and at one oclock in the afternoon of that of the persons for and on whose account It n rolling property and franchises of tneShenango and Allegheny were heretofore u sale held at on the Nineteenth day of April 188T bv s f Circuit Court of the United Mates for the Ueslern Metric of In a suit wherein John is the plaintiff and the Shenango and Allegheny Uuilroad Company and are Such meeting will be held for the purpose of organ izing a new by electing a President and Hoard of and or doing such other tuinicH as are requisite and proper in the premises under of Pennsylvania in that Purchasing That each county of this Congressional District shall be divided into subdistricts equal in number to the number of delegates to be elected in that county to the District Convention that each delegate to the Convention be a resident of the subdistrict which he is to represent in the Convention that each delegate be elected by the votes of the Republicans of his district at the regular primary meetings of the Republican And that the dele gale elected from any district be allow in case he cannot to name as a substitute a Republican in the same district to represent him but no voting shall be done by and the substi tute must have the credentials of his That at the same time the Republicans of said districts shall indi cate their choice of a Congressional can didate by vote or according to the method in use in the county of which said district is a That the delegates from the respective districts shall vote in the District Convention for the candidate who received the greatest vote in the so long as rules hereafter to be adopted will That the candidate for Congress shall be nominated by a convention of dele gates to be composed of fifteen gates from each county in the District which said Convention shall be held bi annually within the District on the sec ond Tuesday after the last county of the District has elected i oclock m of that Said Convention shall fix the place at which the Convention of 1890 shall by and each succeeding OongroBBloiml New Castle The Mercer Dispatch finds fault with the conclusion arrived at by the Confer of the Committees of this Congres sional It cannot see the differ ence between the plan proposed and the old conferee and says It would be a great deal cheaper and just as satisfactory to have three conferees as The Dispatch cannot be in or else it does not By the svs tem the delegates will be elected by the people at tfie same time that they vote for the It is not likely will be less than two candidates m a One of the candidates will have more votes than the both will carry some town wh se delegate will favor the man the people voted In the convention to those will probably vote for the candidate who was successful in that though some may not At any they will be the servants of the and should feel bound to du what they think will best subserve the interests of the people ot the Having to pay their own there will be no but a nomination wi I Itlcely be madtr the first The delegates are not under the control of the and it is not at all likely will be able to con trol all the delegates from any countv By the conferee system the three con ferees are appointed by tue candidate and under his The candidate CHAIRMAN COOPERs CALt The Stftte Campaign By the Itcpnb llcun Convention Chairman Thomas of the Repub hcan Slate has issued the following call for the State Conven HEADQUARTKKS RKPUBLICAN STATE I J hJi State Convention will beheld in the Opera house at Harris burg on the last Wednesday of the at it oclock for the purpose of nominating one candidate for Supreme two persons for Presi dential Electors at Large and twenty eight persons for Presidential pays tluir for the owns They will contin to vote for him as long as he tells them and when a nomination is finally tTla by representatives or it is not f the but by arrangement be ween the It is often a nut terof bargain and sale between them kach candidate has three whic can use as long as there is any hope and when he finds he can not be can sell to the hights and best This has been done and is one of the things the people com plain of in the conferee system It is practically impossible for on man to own or control twenty men so even for and foolish to alk about him being able to barter then off for a present or a promise to be fulfilled in the future I there not some difference there It is easy to understand why Mercer county politicians want the pro rata sys By the method they propose Mercer county can combine with any other county in the District and make a nomination no two counties can make 5 uuless Mercer is in the Ihe plan proposed by makes that county almost equal in influ ence to all the other The fair thing is the way the conference arranged I be named by the delegates from the Congressional districts where districts have not previously named Also for the election of four delegates and fouralternatesatlargetothe Repub lican National Convention to be held at June The attention of Republicans throughout the State is re spectfully directed to the following per the holding of State the conduct of the THOMAS POWKLL I KREDRKICK W JCor January MONTANA rail road extensions have devel oped exceptionally fine min era stock and farmlnir ills and fail up appH ItlnneVola Sc STOCK Mock IN excliiMive grniu conn try MUIUPSOIH in foeliur IBI rHiiNformcd Into the nnd dairy in liiudNMllll lo PnrlicnlnrH free HpMicallou to WAHBEW oellent business o PROSPEROUS North Dakota never bad better crops than those just to secure fine Ocvernment nlds aml ace Maps and lull upon application to SDCCESSJ you paying heavy or running behind you move to new location Excellent which will increase in valne several fold other such opportunities Full particulars FAILDRJE WARREN OF CROPS Is an unknown experience in Central and Northern Dakota and Min Maps and full particu Address Paul on small y continue working OH a Vvoni arm Why try to secure a living Horn such highpriced or heavilvmori gaged farms why work on rented land Why not for yourself Why not secure once some of the lowpriced but very fertile and well located lands adjacent to railroads now to be obtained by those Lo ing to ISorthcrn Dakota and where you highpriced or wornout land yolTnowlcrunv not go and look the andTeeY for ft or at least obtain further 0 which will be sent if you will H GenPasg ESTAHUSHKD 1872 Diploma Awarded First Premium Sorpiito Industrial and Diploma Awarded I low at Pcnna State PIRKCIITS English Sine Black Writing Fluid Has no Try U once and be convinced Send for manufactured by M Convention shall fix the place of meet ing of the following McDowell moved that the num ber of delegates from each county be increased to The chair decided the motion out of as the resolu tion offeied by Mecklen was pend Findlay said a majority of the Re publicans ot Mercer wnt a representa tion proportioned by the Republican vote but if they must be content with equal they preferred that it be not less than Spearman took the same Ihe chair again informed the gentle men that that subject was not before the and could not be until the pending resolution was disposed On motion the resolution of Mr Mecklen was laid on the table for the Sword then renewed his motion for an amendment making the number fifteen instead of The amendment was adopted by a Ofivi1 W Dillon voting No Mecklens resolution was then taken off the table and adopted by a unanimous Miller offered a resolution tha after the loth ballot all the delegates be relieved of The resolution was Lowry offered the following reso lutions That the mjoritv of the votes cast in the Convention shall be necessary to a choice Mecklen moved to reconsider the resolution relieving delegates from in ductions at the loth Carried On reconsideration the resolution to relieve delegates after the loth ballot was Phillips made a motion in regard to the Convention to elect delegates to the National After some discussion it was generally conceded that this Conference Tad noth ing to do with the and the mo tun was motion the Conference adjourned sine through the deliberations it was manifest that every member of the Con ference desired a harmonious meeting and all seemed willing to make conces sions where no principle was involved Lach committee will doubtless recom A Dastardly The devil evidently has some exceed ingly zealous servants in Kansas We are inclined to think that some of them go farther in their deviltry than their master wants them He is sup posed to have a little policy as well as method in his The following is a dispatch of the associated press of the dated at Kansas City Sam Jones did not preach at the Priests of Pallas Hall this as he in tended because of a piece of villianv which rendered the building temporarily unfit for evangelistic When James janitor of the entered the building about seven oclock this he found his George strapped to a bench He untied and Anderson then said that iall an hour after the meeting was over ast night a man with a revolver in his hand approached with the as ststance of confederates bound him the One of the hoodlums the mask of an When Anderson had been seurely men burned the hymn books and and oil into the piano and Both instruments are About worth of hymn books belonging to who travels with Sam were How to Create The Philadelphia Times says manent ruleu for Conventions and delegates to the State Convention shall be chosen in the man ner in which candidates lor the General Assembly are the State Conven tions ol the Republican party shall be held not earlier than the third Wednes day of except in the year of the Presidential when it shall be held not more than sixty days previous to the ctay fixed for the National Conven and except in Gubernatorial years At east sixty days notice shall be given date of the State Convention we recommend to the county that in their rules they allow largest freedom in the general participation in the primaries consistent withUhe preservation of the party The State Convention of June 1886 having abolished Senatorial representa to the approaching State Convention will be selected according to the number of Representatives in the Legislature to which each county or city is entitled under the Representative Ap portionment law passed at the recent session of the THOMAS compliance with requests from In many that National rules of the Republican party be Chairman Cooper has apended them to the call as to wore f oo RePubllcan National Convention ot 1884 adopted a resolution offered bv Galusha of PennsvlvaniL which now embodies all of the National rues of the party touching the tim for calling conventions and the election of The text of the rules in as offici ally printed in the 7078 Said National Committee shall issue the call for the meeting of the National onvention six months at least before ie time fixed for said meeting and each Congregational district in the United shall elect its delegates to the National Convention in the same way as he nomination of a member of Congress s made in said district and in the Ter itories the delegates to the convention ifiall be elected in the same way as the lommation of delegates to Congress is made and said National Committeeshall Describe the mode of electing delegates or the District of An alter ate delegate for each delegate to the Rational to act in case of ie absence the shall be lected m me same manner and at the same time the delegate is And the delegatesatlarge for each State and their alternates shall be elected by State conventions in their respective States The changes embodied in the from the rules and customs which previ ously can be explained very brefly specific limitations as to the time of selecting State or district dele gates have been conventions cannot The sleighing is and our neigh bors are taking advantage of it by haul ing logs and stave AMcConnell and wife visited and David on Monday Aunt Harriet is anxious to know who aid the shooting on Saturday evening It is strange young men cant let innocent old people The many friends of Miss Clara Mc Connell decided to surprise and thinking her birthday would be a fitting time Miss Clara was induced to visit a and when everything was in readiness she was sent and when she returned found the house illuminated and neighbors and friends to the number of sixtyfive had assem After a hearty greeting from she was informed that this was her birth 3Vr frsPlendid supper was serv i in a neat presented Clara with a number of ele gant presents among others we noticed a handsome rocking album and several other seasonable All tar ried till the we sma hours and wishing their friend Same happy have not been of a character tending to Beneral Public gstH a great deal has been accomplished n the way of disposing of private bills and the way thus cleared for the considera important iate session on Monday last confirmed the nomination of Lamar as Justice of the Supreme also the Cabinet was a nurtlPSL nomination was a party excepting that Rid deberger voted with the Democrats ocm did also Senators Stanford and on entirely con of side and tfie line of opposition covered the official and political record ot the nominee as well official oah o of After the oath had been adminis tered he was assigned the chair of the junior jus tice at the extreme left of the since many returns of KENNARD Vaughn preached quite an inter esting sermon on temperance in the U church last Sabbath Some of our young folks attended the oyster supper at Osborn last Thursday A very pleasant time is re Miss who has been stav ing m Greenville lor the past two weeks returned home last has been visit ing friends here or the past two weeks returned to her home in East Fallowfield last and Will of this visited friends near Atlantic last Saturday and Sabbath Frank and Harry of visited friends in this vicin ity last who has had an at tack of is now The young folks of this vicinity intend having an oystvr supper some evening this I suppose we might as well report a good for that is generally the case when our young folks get to The thermometer registered 10 de grees below zero Sabbath Amy of is the guest of her McGrana this of this place were the guests of and of last Satur the five important session in Washington durine Probably the most lar g attended was that of the National were repre oresen frnn interests were present from all parts of the A series of resolutions were adopted urg S Congress the importance It i rebuilding and immediate action in and efficien n an ecen not only for maritime defense but for the security of our commerce and trade upon the high The other n those to Pn i f National Pure Food National To bacco and the National Window Glass MaS Each of these conventions and the confines i wltln the confines of a single it is impossible for me to Sve i them more than a passing Although it is reported that Speaker MMUness is not of a serious na still there is a cH He is serous na reat deal of anxietv is riends his a suffering from nervous and Bunnies of the good The Baby Buntings are taking advantage sleighing and moonlight Thompson McMannis received a dispatch from one week ago last stating that his David had been killed while working in a spoke factory m that It seems that he was struck m the breast by a piece of scant ling thrown from the He was hurt on Friday afternoon and died on Satur day morning at 5 McMan nis started at once for and arrived in time for the which took place on Tuesday at 10 Dave was a citizen of this place until two years when he went to Ken tucky to join his A who had preceded him one year He was an estimable young man and respected by all who knew He leaves a wife and two children in Ken tucky who have the sympathy of a host ot friends and relatives in their late be IDEM Prostration which was doubtless brought about by overwork During the two or three weeks immediately preceeding the reconvening of after the holi U is Said that he himself so persistently to work in organ izing the committees that he deprived himself of needed rest and exercise It is to be hoped that he will soon entirely recover and be able to resume his X cial but at present he is confined I Jim Physician States that it will be several weeks at least before it will be prudent for him t thought to business to devote a Report of Groenvlile Publlo Schools for the Monih Ending The All ST So111 and Retail at ve for fountain d22 ISw mend that the County Committee rep resented by them endorse the plan adopted by this and all must feel satisfied that a long step has been tftken in the right Most otherwise strong in body and will become unhappy and break down when afflicted with rheuma If they would only try Salvation business genius who understands how to create business and profit by the decay of dryrot business ad vertises in the holidays simply because he always advertises but he spends most in advertising when slowcoach houses dont advertise at There is always a decided lull in business after but business never stops and it is ever worth seeking if business men know ho v to reach The grandsons of their who still linger in practically close up with Christ They dont know how lo create Business and they cant help They have spent three or five times as much n holiday circulars for the waste basket as liberal newspaper advertising would lave cost and they are at the end of their known methods but the pro gressive business man understands that there is always business to be and he also knows that there is much less are in and counties have been displaced from former district delegates must be selected Irom the new Congressional in like manner as candidates for Congress are Members of the State Committee and officers of County Committees will rapid ly promote a knowlege of these rules by requesting their publication in all of their local Rebublican How It Wag A correspondent of the Pittsburgh Dispatch tells how Randalls defeat for chairman at Harrisburg was accom He writes as follows Some of the friends of Representative Scott are so jubilant over the result of the Harnsburg fight that they cant re frain from telling how it was The postmaster at Muncy is one of these talkative He is one of a committee of five who represent the as sociation of postmasters which held a convention in Washington some time ago in the interests of an increase of pay and who have charge of bills looking toward that which are now pending in this The Muncy Founders day address will be deliv ered in the Lutheran Church of the Holv hereafter subdivide into district conven1 on Thursday 2nd tioimfer by of Pa McKee is delivering a series o lectures on the Science ol Mathematics belore the Senior Lecture hou every Saturday morning at 8 oclock Some one perpetrated a practical joke 1 i tions for the selection of district dele since this class of delegates must be elected in the same way as Repres entatives to Congress are nominated and of the respective 1 new apportionment laws m Tuesday morning by locking the chape but we guess he will not do i on native cus The first sleigh ride of the season was secured by some of the students availing themselves of the free ride to Working Bert Loutzenhiser has been elected business manager of the Thielensian in place of James We wish him success in his new A new species of international con tests has been instituted at It is a mush and milk eating contest between the representatives of Canada and the United Thus far wears the Profl to Senior in recitation l take that as Sir con duct havent got Next gentleman competition for it after the holiday rush Rostmaster returned from Harrisburg to r IS from the He understands that when there are fewer to compete for the smaller volume of it is his oppor tunity and he does most of his advertis ing when the newspaper columns are not crowded and when he can offer extra inducements to A square three times a is ur privilege if you Judiciously use gans need And the postmasters did the best work by all They came to time in great would you believe of 40 Presidential postmasters that I wrote to requesting them to be present and pull off their coats for Scotts 33 bob bed and they all worked like it was I never saw any thing Of it was a close but what would it have been if the postmasters had flunked How is this lor civil service The whole matter becomes a Editor Advance Argus If the proceedings of Congresss during the past week can be relied upon as a criterion of the it may be safely predicted that the days of long drawn important measures out discussions of upon the floor of the House have passed In there appears to have been de veloped a determination upon the part of the that the discussion of the merits ot pending bills should be qpnnned to the ropms of the respective committees having the measures in charge and to allow the report of the committee to be indicative of the proper course to follow in the disposition of the measure by the al though the proceedings of the week and tardy marks is but there is still room for a larger especially in regard to The first semiannual promotions have been made and a great majority of pu pils are Those who failed in heir examinations can console them elves with the thought that four months vi 11 bring them another chance for pro East Miss Washburu has the best record in punctu ality for the past Her room of ortynine pupils had no tardy Room Miss had nly 23 halfflays thus making he best r ecortl of attendance during the Now is a good time to visit All arents and friends are cordially invited o visit any room at any The Popiilutiou of Oroeuville Is about and we would say at least a4Lare troubled with eorne affection o the Throat and as those com plaints according to more numerous than We would ad vise all not to neglect the opportunity to s Balsam for the Throat and Sold by all   

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