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   Advance Argus (Newspaper) - February 2, 1888, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                l MERCER FEBRUARY R I have a number of choice and town lots which will be sold at ft bargain within the next 8C Please Inquire of j5tf ARM FOR F The William Willinins In Wesl Salem fonr and a half mllcsTrom containing 57 is offered or sale on reasonable Apply to William Williams or in F OR Two acres of good ou which Is a frame xith kitchen Excellent orchard and good Property Is situated on the Kinsman two from Apply to IUIODA ASS MoCC 20 B Two lots situated on Eagle Dlxty feet each fronting on street and ex tending North 234 On om la erected a frame house In good late the property of M Terms of sale ninile known uy July 187 Main July Mtr Notice Is hereby given that the books of the lute firm of Cllft will be closed and ready for settlement on mid after The game will he settled at the old In Masonic by the surviving who continues the Dcc29 tf F ARM FOU The Daniel farm In one mile cast of containing thirty five house and excellent good or chard will be sold on reasonable Also the ad joining farm owned by containing thirtyeight and onehalf Inquire ot Pa Account of Estate In the OrphansCourt of of Mercer 1 John of January And January on motion the Cour appoints Sheakley to distribute the balance in the account among the heirs of decedent By TUB Notice U hereby given that I will attend to the du ties of the above at the office of Judge In Mercer on Fri the JOth day of at 10 oclock at which time and place all partie Interested may attend If they j203t Auditor Reuben Hecker is very with small hopes of One ot Joseph Wheelers children is sick at this Born To and a Mother and babe doing Stanton Ridgway has a new He bought it from of At Joseph Snyder moved to his new farm on Thursday of last Joseph says it was a little cool for Sorry to lose the family as but as they dont move far away suppose we will see them Henlein sold his fine bunchof steers to lor 12 Not so bad for one but knows how to sell as well as how to Our neighbors are making good use of the fine sleighing by hauling logs and stave and the young men are haul ing fairer but lighter Moats and daughter Nellie visited Ridgways on Saturday of last ol visited at David Youngs on Saturday and re ports Sharpsville as drying up by de let her There must be something intoxicating in the atmos phere about as we saw signs of it on Isnt it about time to look out good candidates for the spring Nom inate a good ticket then turn out and elect the timber is in the all we have to do is to get it By a letter received from Paine we learn that it is cold in He says it has been 35 degrees below zero Not so bad for a warm had a splendid supper a id dis persed Jacob Martin is reported seriously Hattie of spent last weetc with her parents Fred employed in Sar geants store in is at home with his parents m this afflicted with Fourteen Thiel College girls of Green ville sleighed up to our last Mon day Anna Alan being the only one we had the honor to know gave our house a pleasant The Irame of Louis Householders new store is ready for It is twentytwo by sixtyfive two and stands on the northeast cor j tier of Liberty street and the Householder has pushed A UDITOKS Account of Estate In the Orphans Court of ot Mercer D o Michael Jnnuary And January on motion Court ap points to distribute the bal ance In this account among the Bv TIIK To all persons Interested Take that I will attend to the duties of my above at my in the borough of on Feb ruary at 9 oclock at which time and place al parties in interest may attend with their if they think J28 3t T 10 WHOM IT MAY Notice is hereby that a meeting will be held at the ofllce ot Hopper South Third Street in the city of on the 10th day of one thousand eight hundred And at one oclock In the afternoon of that of the persons for and on whose account the rolling property and franchises of the Shenango and Allegheny Railroad were heretofore at a sale held at on the Nineteenth day of by virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of the United States for the Wesiern District of in a suit wherein John is the nnd the Shenango and Allegheny Railroad and are Such meeting will be held for the purpose of organ izing a new by electing a President and Hoard of and of doing such other things as are requisite and proper in the promises under I the laws ot the Suite of Pennsylvania in that behalf 1 Purchasing THOMAS POWELL f FREDERICK W 1 January MONTANA rail road extensions have devel oped exceptionally line min stock and farming dis Maps and full upon appli cation to STOCK IN an iiHive Kralu neBoln In bolnic rnplclly trnnNforiiied into the fluent Htoek null lxlry In the Chfiip InutlM Hllll conven ient lo niton Hitpiiciuioii 10 UTIIIT BUSINESS building IM H W of railroads in a new and fertile country llJj II creates many new affording ex cellent business Partic ulars regardingsuch opportunities in Minnesota and Dakota will be sent npon appli cation to Agtf Minn North Dakota never had better crops than those just Many opportunities to secure fine Government lands recently near excellent coal fields and adjacent to Maps and full upon application to paying bohind Are you eavy or running b an you move to new location Excellent which will increase in valno several fold in five No other such opportunities Full upon application to FAILURE j OF CROPS is an unknown experience in Central and Dakota and Min Maps and particu lars regarding sent Address Pass Paul TTTTTTT WORK FOR or on small lly U V salary Why continue working on a worn JJ out farm Why try to secure a living from such highpriced or heavilymort gaged farms Why work on rented land Why nol start for yourself Why not secure at once some the lowpriced but very fertile nnd well located lands adjacent to railroads now to be obtained by those go Ing to Northern Dakota nnd where you can make a larger net profit per acre than on the highpriced or wornout land you now occupy Why not go and look the situation and see for or at least obtain further which will be sent if you will address WAHHKN 115 FROM ANOTHER Editor Advance Argus If I am a judge of personal I think that the hornets nest was struck in my first reply to And as all the fun rests in letting them then raising them I will thrust an other gravel stone and wait for the with your I will quote directly from your found in the ADVANCE and ask you to please read another of the same found in the ADVANCE ARGUS a week later and reconcile the matter for the many readers of the Quotations are as follows i Literary on Satur day evening was agiand 2 In union there is 3 The num bers have taken hold with a will that speaks well for the future success of the 4 The music was a leading and we heard a gentleman sav it would have been a credit to some of our city And many only for if will read his article of a week later and compare his pointblank he surely will wish that people didnt know who Bar ker and il they did that they would remember him as no more and for In a personal conversation with B a few days he remarked Tyler Paine had the thing monopolized no dif ference which side produced the argu got In his article of he eulogized the gentleman very This statement agrees well with those preceding If the readers of his articles will take pains to compare them you can see that there is no cre dence to be placed in you seem to make capital out of some errors in my in reference to hristmas if that had been it was a very weak It looks too much like a drowning man grasping after a sooner than go down with out catching hold of Your own contradictions preceding this will condemn the erroneous Con cerning the afternoon I will not answer this for two i I answered it personally for him 2 It would include the third and pro bably the fourth Be it far from me to pick a quarrel with my Suffice it to I was taught tp sweep my own door yard and let my neighbors If would have had a little knowledge of this kind instilled into his youthful he could have years that a knowledge of ones igno rance is the stepping stone of I have spent considerable time trying to find out what is gnawing at Barkers and am willing to confess that I am puzzled unless this theory is He wants to be bell sheep or no sheep at No one would object to making him bell only that we never thought it advisable to bell the sheep that was most likely to go We always did admire selfreliance and true but conceit and bigotry we must the great I always felt sorry when I could not say as much for a friend as that friend could for If you were to follow Barker in his lotty flights of either upon the stage or through the columns of the ADVANCE you in your hear the eloquence of Patrick the logic of and possibly the quick wit and keen percep tion of Henry But we are wont to think As we have thought before The Clay is there as all may But Henry is no building along consid ering the with commendable The building is designed as a store and sales room for the products jf his The pro prietor is a s plemlid baker and a first class and we are glad to see the evidences ot his The nightly meetings in the Baptist and Presbyterian churches during the past three have been inter esting and well and quite a in the have been led to seek the one thing At the Presbyterian Communion last fifteen persons were added to that Rev pastor of the began tlie annual revival iiigs last Sabbath pastor of the Baptist has been holding meetings in this place and Orangeville every night fur nine closing last Friday Will of visited here last James who has been in Chicago fur some will come home this The Jamestown Social Ten played the Black Diamonds at to a Jamestown it is last Thursday When the Hartstown Band played here Jamestown gave them a good house on a bad But there is as much difference between folks as there is in anybody least seven years before being eligible for election to he cannot hold the The eleciion will therefore be declareiI void and the seat In case of this in which the man who receivis thfi greatest number of votes is is not customary to irive the election to the candidate who stood and hence Lowrv will gain nothing the success of his efforts to un seat The eleciion will simp ly be declared void and a new one will be Although most of the legis lation during the past week has not been of general public still the Com mittees having charge of the several ap propriation bills have been muking rapid progress and it is expected that the Ceneral Deficiency Bill will be repor ed House during the coming One who has visited the Capitol during he time that Congress is in session that a lady could walk irovigh the bulding without danger of and yet on Wednesday last lady while passing through one of the orridors of the bulding was improperly ddreiSsed by an elderly and she nly escaped from her tormentor to fall rito the hands of The Capitol s the resort of a class of many f whom are known to the who liotild excercise their authority in keep meet ESrABUSIIED 1672 Diploma Awarded First Premium Soronto Industrial and Diploma Awarded at Penntt State Fair English Blue Black Writing Fluid Has no But Iuny Try it once and be convinced Send for manufactured by Sold Wholesale and Retail at 28C7 Peuii PA for fountain d22 ISw ng them out of the Whltn Cross Editor Advance Argus An interesting report is given by our state of and recorded in the annual report of the Pennsylvania We give only a few items Thirtyfour counties have taken up the work as a department and appointed The bill which we sent to the Legisla last as the De Costa both houses and became a raising the age of protection from 10 to 16 wisely adds ft is not but the Holy Spirit in the that can make men feel that in degrading a woman they degrade them selves to just the same Our the future must be taught purity in the The motherhood of the land must bts aroused and made to feel that the success or failure of this great reform rests to a great extent indi vidually with How can we do this work in the best and wisest way is the question coming home to clie hearts ol many already awakened Chris tian women in Pennsylvania In Editor Advance Argus The weather during the past week has been extremely The River covered with a sheet of ice several inches in and navigation has been entirely suspended Early in the week a heavy fall of snow furnished us with the best ot sleighing and every available vehicle upon runners has been brough into Sleighing in Washing ton is so unusual an event that few are prepared to enjoy it when it anc lucky indeed are the liverymen who chance to own cutters or in fact sleigh of any Ten dollars per hou is a high prite to pay for the use of a horse and but that price has been readily paid during the past anc the liverymen have not been able to sup ply the Those who have eithe been unwilling or unable to pay the price charged by the liverymen and yet hav been determined to enjoy the sleighing have resorted to every imaginable ex pedient to accomplish their Some of the vehicles that have appeared upon the Avenue during the past week have been both novel and unique in con The favorite vehicle seems to be a large sized dry goods box mounted upon bent gas pipes for runners others have substituted for the a large sized crockery with straw neatly braided in and out among the Some of the sleighs of this kind are extremly handsome and lullv as comfortable as the more expensive vVashington seems to be fostering a new which ai the present rate promises to assume startling It is that of grave It has been discovered that a large number of graves in the several colored cemetnes in the sj d over SOQO literature sent neighborhood of the city have been rob seven bed during the past few and an in And so this worlr whirll tivn Armstrong county an earnest coworker has been found in the ounty Superin tendent of Public and an effort made to interest Leaflets placed in the hands of Sabbath school Mothers meetings have been held in a number of Mary Allen has lectured on the subject of Purity in Westmoreland and McKeah Her lectures are and have been largely reported by the local press Pastors have been re quested to preach and in mnny counties have thus reaching many hearers with the gospel of In Lawrence county the of New Castle have taken up the work and looo pages of literature At Lehigh the has expended nearly in this work furnishing a room and gath ering the girls from the pro viding them with suitable literature and tryingto influence them to live pure and useful In McKean connty social purity is made a special thing in one Sabbath School a number of sermons and many copies of the Phil anthropist Philadelphia county reports a large number of ministers as active in the legislative work of last Over names were secured to the petition in favor of a better pro tection for our young Prominent physicians give lectures or health Altogether 20 addresses have been Venango has held nine meet Westmoreland reports mothers talks 76 pledges literature Mark Twain nnd From the Western There has been a good deal said and written about the ill feeling between the late Gibson and Mark That some of this at least is greatly exaggerat ed or entirely untrue may be inferred from the following It has been asserted that they disagreed about the wording of the and Twain re fused to have anything to do with it The which we have in our pos it is the beautiful hand writing o and as Twains name ap pears first among the it is evident that no serious disagreement arose from the Following is the addres To His Imperial Majesty ALEXANDER Emperor of Russia a handful of citizens of the United traveling for un as becomes our unofficial no excuse for presenting our selves before your save a desire to offer our grateful acknowledgments to the Lord of a Realm through good and through evil has been the steadfast friend of our Native We could not presume thus to present ourselves did we not know that the words we speak and the sentiments we reflect the thoughts and feelings of all our countrymen from the green hills of New England to the snowy peaks ol the far Th ough few in we utter the voice of a One of the brightest pages that has graced the worlds since written history had its was recorded by your Majestys hand when he loosed the bonds ol twenty millions of and Americans can but esteem it a privilege to do honor to a ruler who has wrought so great a The lesson then taught us we have profited and our Country is as free in fact as before it was in America owes much to Russia is in debted to her in many ways and chiefly or her unwavering friendship in the season of her greatest That the same friendship may be hers in time to we confidently pray that is and will be grateful to and to her Soverign for we know full well that she will ever forfeit it by any premedita unjust or unfair it would be treason to SAMUEL J Respectfully tendered on behalf of the excursionists ol the American Steam Yacht Quaker August tense excitement among the colored people has been engendered by the pub thought that lication of the It is A surprise party ot three dozen of our excellent and considerate young people assembled at Pealers last week Tuesday the occasion being the twentieth anniversary of the birth ol his eldest The young man had no thought of the significance of the till Harry on behalf of numerous presented him with a fine silver watch and gold He also received a beautiful bible and a nice cameo With music and mirth the party spent a very pleasant half the work has been carried on by profess and that most of the bodies have been sent to medical colleges at distant The robberies have how been confined entirely to the color ed as the body of a white lady who was buried in Mount Olivet Ceme try last week was found a day or two later on the dissecting table of one of the medical colleges in this The District Republican Convention for the selection of delegates to the Na tional Convention in assembled in Willards on Tuesday As there were contesting and as a large majority of those present were the liveliest kind of a time en Notwithstanding the efforts of Frederick and other prominent c uiored men counselled har mony and the Convention resol ved itself into a in which each of the rivalfactors contended fiercelyfor the possession of the The services of the police were finallyrequired to prevent further disorder and the hall was It will be remembered that four years ago just such a disturbance followed the attempt made by the colored people to select delegates to the National Conven As the people of VVashington have no voice ia the deliberations of the Con the idea of selecting delegates and sending them to Chicago is to say the least Representative of is to be unseated on the petition of his oppo nent at last exRepresentative The Committee on Elections of the House report that who is a polled more votes than his opponent but as it appears that although he has resided in America since before the he has never been and as the Constitution of the United States declares that a man must have been a citizen of the United States lor at And so this which two years ago had scarcely a foothold in is The little grain of mustard seed planted Ellice Hopkins in her Appeal to American Women in the form of leaflets scattered over the na tion by the may in due time become a tree with mighty White Cross and White Shield Mercer County Leechs Douglas in The London Boot and Shoe Trades Journal contains the following in its issue of December 24th A novelty in advertising appears in the pages of the Boston Boot and Shoe A full page is occupied with the portrait of of Broc and the names of the five specialties that he Douglas is famous irt the on ac count of the boycott placed on his because he has dared tp introduce the lasting machine into bis His portrait gives the idea of a farseeing man of about forty years of His career is well known to readers of the American trade and it is by no means the least thing he may be proud that he has thoroughly learned everything connected with his and has earned his living at every branch The The dedication of the Presbyterian Church took place on A reg ular little blizzard was blowing at the The magnificent edifice was well filled both afternoon and who were surprised by the fine and instruc tive Grand sermons were de livered by Dunlap in the afternoon and Taylor in the A short address was abo delivered by The singing was grand and the participants deserve special But the crowning feature was the way the members subscribed the money neces sary to pay for the Over two thousand was It wftl pay off the debt and still leave money in the treas u Services were held last West Middlesex Local Institutes The local institute for Greenville and neighboring townships will be held in this place next 4th The sessions will be held m room East and begin promptly at 9 and The following program will be observed Need of Better Apparatus for Country North Wants of the Moreland Classical Tinker Adoption of a Course of Brown How to Secure Cooperation of Par Ray First Lessons in Mercer The Culture of Georgia Sharpsville Music in Public Lightner Shall we have a Standard for Gradu ation in High Informal To why turn your bnok upon Your longtime friends and neighbors t Why quit the Held where twenty years Have crowned your useful labors The people ask not lor a They love their welltried teacher Nor would they swap tberfr Brftlaln off For any other Long huve yju and with Your Churchs cause to cherish Committed to a st rangers hand Your In might perish With lengthened cords and strengthened Your Zlon stands In beauty 0 leave It lest weM cusurwt You hear the call of DUTV The greedy Still on the East U calling Enticing hundreds ot our The scene Is quite appalling 1 Thousands have heard the Western Her golden call obeying Tis time to and here you flnd Good reason for your Tls time the West trained her own On her own sons relying Tho East has no more men to First her own wants supplying Englewood Look elsewhere for her mission Remain to cultivate liny this be your decision I A Brief Biography of tteorge General George who has created such a sensation by his attacks upon the methods and teachings of was born in on the 22d day of He was about to enter Yale College when the war He was in Chica on his way east after a visit to his brother in Wisconsin when he joined the EightyEigth Illinois Infantry as a private and when the regiment was fully organized he was elected Cap tain of Company He passed un harmed through several but was finally desperately wounded at Chica and saw no active service after that Shortly after the war he went to and aoon becom ing actively identified with the politics of the was ranked among the foremost leaders of the Republican party As a political orator he stood head and shoulders above any man of either party in He was appointed AdjutantGeneral of the and to this position he owes his title of He was elected to the Fortythird Congress from Louisiana for the State at His seat was contested by ex Governor and he was not awarded his seat until the closing hours of the last day of the last just in as he ones to draw his pay for two years per diem and expenses of amounting in all to something like fourteen thousand Sheridan declares his fame as a Con gressman is immortal in one I got more money for less actual service than any man who ever served his coun try in the same the way he put when asked regarding his con gressional He is no relative of LieutGeneral Philip Upon this subject he once humorously said in a political speech I am constantly asked what relation I am to Sheridan let me answer that question so that there can be no possible I am not his nor his his father or his his uncle or his aunt nor his wifes aunts sisters In I am no possible relation to the great He has had quite a number of misfortunes in but being a relative of mine is not one of General as he is called by his close is one of the most jolly and entertaining of keen of ready of with few equals as a As a platform orator he is eloquent and While the field he is engaged in is a new one to it is already he will achieve a brilliant He will lecture in the Opera Friday Nome FoollMli People Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of They olten it will wear but in most cases it wears them Could they be in duced to try the successful medicine call ed Kemps which we sell on a positive guarantee to they would immediately see the excellent enect after taking the first Price soc and Trial size At all She stood at the gate in the late Spring and when she said she felt neuralgia kiss her rosy cheek but she only for her mother had invested 25 cents in a bottle of Salvation Important Are you troubled with Dyspepsia or diseases of the or T he Features of the YoutAs Companion announcement for 1888 just published are its six illus trated serial by Ste and its two hundred short stories and tales of its arti cles by eminent including the Right Profes sor Lord Louisa George and one hundred other popular The Companion has two million readers a Every family should take lloiueltcitt Mwu in As well as the and others are invited to call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemps Balsam for the throat and a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is I JUfiVSUVi Ajl V AV1U llw JT t3j Vi OVllilJg VHHlViy ULJVSii UAdlla Bladder If Tutts Pills will surely guaranteed to cure and relieve all chronic cure As a blood purifier they have and acute bronchitis and no Sold Price 90 and   

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